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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i - j- i aj - a ajHg rfy vO t mTT n TuTuii t VOLUME F A vV IV t eliminating Elsewhere Â¬ RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY PENSION STATISTICS Gathered From a Recent Letter From i A 1I8 11 M 1891 V1 J LgtyJ2tpuUfr NUMBER i 35 E T BDRNAM TTORNB rS- - A T L A W - RUHMOVD - - KSNTICKY KuilliiiL- nassV 1 SI LLIVAJ XV - i jK In South Dakota the storm that was When Albert Garvin became warden at Eapid City has extended over KtsmKY of the State prison at Stillwater Minn the entir Aberdeen Huron For eighteen months I had an he made use of the experience he had Pierre re- Â¬ and other points lormerry eating so- - e on my tongue I was gained at Joliet in the many years he porting a very severe blizzard T lo t local physicians acted as deputy warden there and made laul Pioneer lress eirresp indent at ief the sort WELL an immediate search of the prison cells Pierre says the worst blizzard sin ly grew worse I finally and recesses both inside and outside of lias been raftinf there since Saturday and was entirely LA W AT the main building and the search re Â¬ nirlt with little prospect of cessation eured after using a few A K vealed an astounding array of knives The thermometer went as low as twenty C B McLemore slung shots hammers daggers sawi below Sunday morning and it has lieen Hcndtrsm Tcsu and other implements Among the freezing all day Trains will start out prisoners there are the famous Younger in the morning lut it is doubtful if on Blood and Skin TREATISE brothers and other desperate and law they will be ane to get through DKNTAL URQKRV The free Tme Swift Specific less criminals and the finding of such Huron correspondent of the Pio Â¬ Atlanta Cia I V 8L CKKK1 weapons indicates that many convicts neer lress J says the snow storm were planning an escape None of the which set in there about Washington Feb 8 Sxhate Petitions 1KSVJLLR AEXTCChT knives however were found in the cells midnight Saturday night was still in were presented from New Orleans banks dep of the Young ers progress at six oclock Sunday night recating further discussion of tbe tree coinage ytliinc and has developed into a gigantic bliz fcheme The bill to extend the time for tbe LAWLESSNESS IN CHICAGO filling of vacancies by tbe Piesldcnt was passed zard almost equal in fury to that of debate on the fortification bill was contin Gamblers Resist Constables and Detec- Â¬ Tbe until adjournment the GRASS ROUTE lanuary 1888 the raged al daythirty-fA WILKES SMITU ued tives a Rattle of an Hours Duration wind blowing at a velocity of from HOU8X The sundry civil bill was reported to DENTAL SURGBON Ending in the Ollicers Defeat to forty miles an hour driving the Slioiu st ami Quickest Route from Cenive tbe House this afternoon It carries an appro-Three constables and five private de- Â¬ prlation of 134212970 Kb M III kv ID There is an increased tral KctiUiokv to All Points North snow in blinding clouds and drifting it tectives made a descent upon a Clark appropriation of 14713112 for public buildings ad South v a high as the fence tone The stm m Officii street gamblimg house Chicago Thurs- as compared with the appropriation for Ibe prevails throughout South Dakota and tm r m year In FAST LINK PKTWEEX bill to day morning with warrants for the ar-Â¬ current fiscal E-- F Noyesthe House the The de- will probably interrupt railroading to a pension Mrs was passed rest of the proprietors on complaint of bate on the Diplomatic and Consular Appropri- A heavy snow considerable extent MOKUAN 1 J S Herman Miller who alleged that ation Dill was continued until adjournment a at Omaha Neb Sunday morning Washinotok Feb Sxmatx Among the he had been cheated out of nearly blockaded street car traffic ICth 1890 Sdiiiuie in hi KESTCKr reported and placed on the Senate calen0 in the place The heavy bills were tho following Senate bill to provide Reports from portions all of dnr doors were barricaded but the officers for the inspection of vessels carrying export Ko 3 Ho 1 the State show that the storm Uadlaun National HOUTU UOUND iisuii of the law beat them down with sledge- Â¬ cattle from the United States to foreign counUnity Ki Sun was very severe In the northwestern t-tries Senate bill to prevent adulterations of A free fight which lasted hammers part of the State the blizzard lias been nearly an hour followed the officers on rood and drugs Mr Blair presented the creLve 8 io a ni raging for twelve lours and w ELBY W BURtilN dentials of his successor Jacob H Galllnger one side and the gamblers on the other and they were placed on file After a short ex dare not venture away from their DBNTIST Several persons on both sides were bad ecutive session the doors were reopened and s In the southern part of the iy hurt and the constables were finally legislative business was resumed The fortifiState snow is reported very heavy and Kfniickv Arr ni forced to withdraw their forces without cation bill was taken up and after certain drifted from four to ten feet deep The w A Powell was The Military lotliiiu having succeeded in serving their war amendments then passed up and passed Academy bill was heaviest snow fall of the season came Arr taken but rants with one amendment and the pension approHampton la Sunday The at New priation bill was made the unfinished busi EXIT EROlSl THE COFFIN wind is in the east and a fierce storm is REMARKABLE TRANCE ness After an executive session the Senate IHYKli raging A universal blockade is antici- Â¬ The SuioKel Corpse Can Arise in Case Her adjourned A Young Woman Remains In One for Arr Hocsx The Senate bill was passed for tbe pated Condition lrores Only a Trance Arr I vim Nearly a Year Retaining Consciousness retirement of Lieutenant John H Mclllalr Mr Refusing to believe that his beloved JM BLACK bat Lnable to Make it Known McKinley asked unanimous consent that durA POLISH SOCIETY daughter Mamie is dead George Potts No L Miss Grace Gridlcy has just awak Â¬ ing the remainder of the session tbe House No 3 rSIClAtf AXD SUKi NORTH 11 Whose Primary Oliject KxSuti Ex Suu Daily Muriler and of Ocean Grove N J refused to have ened from a most remarkable and pro- shall meet at 11 oclock a m Mr Rogers Â¬ Ark objected firomlarT the Sliiclilinfr of the Malefne her interred and has taken extraordiThe House Run House Kv As the committee of the whole on thethen went Into tors From the Vengeance of the Law nary precautions to catch the first longed trance at Amboy 111 diplomatic and Lve 8og am result of religious excitement she went Consular appropriation bill The bill was after -r5 William and George Butaairage Matt sign ox returning Hie lYt Miss Potts D yiLLJENMN m ltl Moldazes and lulurnikus four 1oland who was nineteen years old was a into a comatose condition nearly a year discussion laid aside with a favorable recommendation and subsequently passed and m AXD SURGE ers have been committed to the county pupil in the Comstock school New ago and continued in that state up to the committee proceeded to the consideration the of Lve ni t A ii jail at Shenandoai la in default of York City and she apparently died after present time taking no food during that the sundry civil appropriation bill Mr Chand i kv Kim She has ler Mass spoke In favor of a proposed amendLve H bail each for murderously cluli having taken morphine pills on Sun Â¬ time except in liquid form ment Secretary of An bing and stabbing live of their fellow day last The pills had been prescribed now regained the use of her muscles not to instructing thepayment of anythe Treasury Klairs n Nullnnal Arr I approve the expense atand is in a fair way to recover She YV Harris countrymen who were instrumental in a drug clerk of arlyle v tendant upon a meeting of the Worlds Columshe was conseious all the while bian Commission having a friend of one of the accused sent her acquaintance Lve or of tbe Board of Lady ManVery few people be K GIBSON but was unable to make the Lve ij n n to jail for assault and highway robbery that death was caused by mor- Â¬ to her friends She repeats fact known agers except such meetings as may be called at conversa the time of the dedication and opening of the The men named are ringleaders of a phine and as if to strengthen the sus V ANDSURGBON tions which occurred in her hearing Worlds Fair The House then adjourned An y which has for its main object n Coroner Schultze of New York Washington Feb 5 Senats Among the during her trance the avenging of wr its mem bills reported and placed on the Senate calenq bed Mr Potts not to inter the MAYSVILLK BRANCH dar was one Increasing the pension of General bers and the payment of all ex girls body Mr Potts had purchased Minnesota Indians Dancing Custers widow to ftoo a month The pension of members whoget into trouble before i plot in Mt Prospect Cemetery and The Governor of M i nncsota has re- Â¬ appropriation bill was taken up It appropriDully Piiily NOUTll lllirNl Â¬ the Courts The discovery of the so- had a grave prepared for the reception ceived a letter from the citizensof Poss ates for pensions for tbe year H3a17s0sB for ii xsull cietys existence is of great importance if the Ixxly but instead of lieing lower fees ton Polk County saying that the In- Â¬ 5OOUOand expenses for examining surgeons for tslarles of eighteen pension agents Of late it has been almost impossible ed into the grave Miss Potts body was V INDSURGBON dians are still dancing ard Ixtasting and for olerk hire IS 0000 Tbe latter forthe Commonwealth to convict Doles put in a receiving vault and the lid of that in a few weeks there will not be a increased by an Ken i i i kv mono of crimes on accour t of the vast amount the coffin was left off so that in case white man left alive in the thirteen liin is on Appropriationsamendment of the Committee to 1410000 Another Arr M of testimony put xp in favor of the ac the girl was in a trance and showed towns amendment reported from tbe committee i near the Red Lake Ueservation cused This kind 3f testimony is now of awakening certain death by The settlers are abandoning their farms strikes out the proviso limiting to two dollars am of a pension attorney and 755 pro believed to have been supplied by pn Mr and stock A couple of companies of the compensation a proviso limiting suffocation would be avoided inserts in lieu of it such comW EVANS M fesMonal witnesses members of the Potts also ordered the sexton of the No 12 No 1U militia are asked to protect the settlers pensation to five dollars The latter amendt Ually INK society emetery to pay frequent visits to the in case of an outbreak ment gave rise to a very long discussion i x Sun fSCAN AND SlRi All the committee amendment having been vault and ascertain if there had been Lovers Fatal Quarrel agreed to the bill was passed The following anKlNTl l KV An Extraordinary Marriage At Chicago a barber named Jessie Os any perceptible difference in the bills rere taken from the calendar ami nnsae corpse Milton Drown aged eighty four of House bill to authorize the construction of a borne shot and dangerously wounded prisranoxi of the he saw his Mr from the moment daughters Annerton Ont will next Tuesday lead tunnel under New York Bay Senate bill au He Miss Blanche lenient a milliner Air ace upon which there was a flash was to the altar a bride in the person of Mrs thorizing tbe Secretary of War to cause an exthen shot himself probably fatally ploration and survey to be made of tbe interior TAYLOR j The shooting took place at the door of loath to believe that she was dead but Margaret Clickert aged ninety seven of Alaska and appropriating I1000M for that The groom has buried four wives and purpose Miss Clements home where the barber was in a trance Pracliticnrr in Medi me and Surgery N House The House went into committee of Kui ion n in had been watching for her to appear mourns the loss of fivo the bride-to-b- e Boomers SnoaklnK In Mr tbe of Illinois k EN 1 i K v ci nail Her last husband died two on wholesundry Pays n appropriationIn tbe chain The couple had been engaged but According to the plan agreed upon by husbands ctyll A rnvv bilL Tho luthe years ago at the advanced aged of 124 Worlds Fair paragraph having been reached quarreled Osborne was under the inhe Cherokee boomers several families years The bride and groom elect aro it was agreed owing to the lateness of the m Arrive fluence of liquor when the tragic affair ook their departure from Caldwell hour that Its debate should tx postponed until colored and were slaves in Virginia occurred Kan Friday for the strip They start to morrow Mr Bland Mo offered a silver id before daybreak so as to not attract JOHN M FOSTKR free coinage amendment to the paragraph proTwelve Thousand Short The Worlds Fair Finances viding for the recolnage of gold and silver attention and all went by different Suit has Wen brought by Fa Treasurer Seeberger of the Worlds coins Milan x a nd s i I against the outes Other families will follow each Fair Directory regarding the increase County 111 Washington Feb 4 Ssxatz The eight No KKS I l K KloU men of J M Little ex county itlu r until the boomers have located of 85 000000 in the an unt required hour bill iras antagonized by Messrs Cockrel in- No und Vest and advocated by Mr Sherman It treasurer who resigned his office last themselves on the strip This secret rililllolaliili N i of the strip is lieing made so as said All the talk about the Kxposition was agreed io vote on thebill to morrow The August He was said to hurt Company having over figured its re Â¬ naval appropriation bill was reported to the ade the vigilance of the Cherokee A r- pointed by the board of N The com Â¬ Sennto to day by the Appropriation Commit- sources is sheer nonsense en investigating the police who are now patroling the Cher- - pany never figured upon running the Lfl reported it carries items npervison aggregating 111 M 1 jkee lands sM 433001 ad they report that exposition upon any 810000000 basis about J31M6 byor House more than the tins in WluclieK- - treasurerumouut allowed the Senator Collum V It the deficit w ill not exceed S12000 Girl and Her Lover Eaten by Wolves The S10000000 guarantee was demand Â¬ introduced a bill appropriating 8iO0X to en S AND SURGEON I Mil News of a terrible tragedy whichhap able the Secretary of War to purchase a lestmg ed by CongrMilitia of the united States K rm Hall raachinc tor tensions and compression tor use vernment of Kieff has A communication was laid befof at the Kock Island Arsenal 11L The Oklahoma Elections House Wednesday from the Secretary been received at St Petersburg While McKinley asked unanimous Horse Kihl mi jlit girl and her lover were out Later and official returns of Wednes-- consent for Mr present consideration of the organiza- Â¬ of War relating to the militia the atacked by days county elections in Oklahoma bill providing that nothing In the tariff act shall walking they were tions of the country It is shown that ill on any S M LETCHER The man vainly tried to beat show that the Democratic and Alliance be held to repeal or impair the reciprocity the total strength of the organized wolves YV Kl MINmiN Ti militia is 106269 officers and privates them off and took refuge in the limbs tickets have been victorious Outhrie treaty witn the Hawaiian Islands Mr Bland Mo objected Tbe iin i 1U PHTSICIAN AND si RGB ON f a tree whence he saw his affianced and Logan Counties elect the straight committee ot the whole House then went into There are however 7695243 men unMr Iayson 111 In liiciniiatl Kentickv s rK IllMlN I IN iilt iN V Iii A Jen Maur organized who would be available for ievoured The sickening sight caused Democratic ticket Payne County is half tbe chair on the sundry civil appropria11 MSI military duty The State of Ohio has him to faint he fell to the earth and and half Democratic Alliance King- tion bill The effort of Mr Bland of Missouri inrlnnimu Ky civil fisher and other counties on the south to tack tho silver bill on the sundry VXl ap militia roster There was also devoured In u M The nil liiii propriat on bill was defeated 134 to in oiimierie liuilil 5110 10men ou heror general officers 83 arc solidlv Democratic are Generals IliX remainder of the day was consumed In debate nfiinitli u French Tariffs Burglars Revenge on the sections of the bill relating to the Worlds men in the cavalry 543 artillerymen MI W BRIGHT The Tariff Committee has rejected e ilouiile dally train hilt Wi Burglars entered Edward Fays Fair appropriations and 4488 infantrymen n in- ub committees proposition for a wholesale wine house Cincinnati and Washington Feb 7 Ss natb The resoon colonial and sessions was adopted ur tax of seven francs Was He Murdered broke open the safe Not finding any lution In favor of night debated and amended The eight hour bill was ednesday night the foreign sugars end has substituted At 6 oclock from and recommitted to the Committee on Educamoney they knocked the bungs Mali body of a man horribly mangled was three francs as the amount The Bnd- - the barrels allowing 88000 worth of tion Senator Sherman from the Committee l hi llllrl N rail found in the yards of the L enmittee has decided to reject tho wine to escape into the sewer on Foreign Relations reported on amendment E Scuihern way Dirmingham Ala The man has maaent sugar bill and will pro- proposed to be made to tbe diplomatic and Consular appropriation bill which contemplates Boy Crushed to Death been identified a King a saloon man hat the French Chamber maintain Central American mission HOLTON At Akron O Clarence Renninges the division of the one to Include from New Orleans who was there nego-Â¬ the status quo V It G Ry Co Lea Nicaragua aged eight was crushed to death by his Into two missions tiating for the purchase of a saloon He Costa Rica and Salvador and the other HonHomeopathic Physician end Surgeon The President Glad to 81gn It caught between the spokes duras an Guatemala The President sent had a certified check for 83000 the joint feet being KkNI HK1 The President Friday for Senate tbe following Short Line to the North and but the check was not found on the resolution extending thesigned to thirty of a wheel and his body dragged in be- Â¬ to the yors of Customs Charles nominationsMich time J Robb Sirv Ho tween the wheel and the wagon body No one saw the man run over irii lit days in which the President can select igan City Ind Emerson Elheridge Memphis Northwest and it is supposed be was robbed and Tenn the head of an executive Murderer Sentenced murdered and the body placed on the i successor to in case of vacancy by HOUSE In tbe House the Worlds Fair sec At Sedalia Mo Thomas Williamson lepartment tt li io inediriiics sen sundry civil appropriation were dis tin railway track 4s Time Table in EtlVct December 4th 1S0O The period al- Â¬ a leader in the salvation army was con- Â¬ tions of theT e death of Representative Phelan resignation death or posed of Remedy for Anthrax victed of the murder of Jefferson and of Tennessee was reported and a committee aplowed by the old law was ten days Arrive K AT LIZ II I Dr Hankin the well known En- Â¬ Charles Moore father and son and sen- Â¬ pointed to attend the funeral Representative ily Kx Sun kichmnd glish investigator Family Poisoned With Arsenic Filbtan of Illinois Introduced in tbe House a who is studying the tenced to be hanged March 20 bid to provide for a graduated income tax to rftrsiciA a xd s i iff box The family of Mrs Ernest Steinart Koch method at the hygienic institute meet expenses for pensions and the army and Miles Denies the Charge Fi iimond KaacTLXstv in Berlin has disclosed the nature and Kansas City Mo was poisoned by arseof Massachus Representative General Miles denies the charges mado navy Introduced a bill Candler authorizing the method of manufacture of his remedy nic in cakes and her servants husband to day etts imc 22uK W Main Mtreet Burnam t igainst him by Mrs Jefferson Davis in Postmaster General to contract with any perfor anthrax The remedy consists of 1 under arrest up Malm nil liullillli945 r tier book of cruelty toward her husband sons or companies operating telegraph lines for proteid matter extracted from the rat Vcr More Opium Seised while he was a prisoner at Fortress tbe transmission of telegraphic correspondence t 330 r with the aid of fifty per cent of glycerat rates to be agreed upon Mr Evans of Fifteen thousand dollars worth of Monroe HAS HOOKER ine the extract being precipitated with smuggled opium has been seized in PortÂ¬ Tennessee reintroduced the bill heretofore offered by him to establish a limited postal telealcohol When it is to be used it is dis- land Ore Saloon Wrecked by Citliena VETEMXARr SURGBON It graph service A saloon that was opened at Benton solved in water and injected under the R IHATE ONT VET COLLEGE inforina- To Colonise Jews cdulciaad other skin Ridge O was invaded by citizens and Notes From the Capital Colo- Â¬ The International Society for A K 1Fk wrecked and the liquor poured into tho Tiilrt Aernt Wants the Treaty Ratified rlnary Dentistry and Kterlllty a A BILL granting a pension of 8100 per Richi nization of Russian Jews has been in- - toad ally The President has recommended to month to W H Powell late Brigadier JJ rated in California with a capital NVit iliKr 10 CUMXafl Ky the Senate the ratification of the treaty Fall From a Trapeze General and Brevet Major General of divided into two hun- Â¬ ml hi n Richmond K signed by him wil h representatives of dred thousand i0 Edward Lepps aged eighteen years Volunteers was introduced Thursday shares The society will exclu- Â¬ nteen other Nations for the purchase a tract of land and locate a was killed by a fall from a trapeze in by Senator Sherman sion of firearms and spirituous liquors THOMAS B AYKES tbe Y M C A rooms at Charleston olony on it The Committee on Invalid Pensions from Equatorial Arica and the abolition W Va have reported a bill recommending an VETERINARY SPECIFICS Why Sam of the slave trade increase of pension to the widow of the Cured by the Lymph Cokiiig Age referring to the Palestine For Horses Cattle Sheep Dogs Hogs W A Walters a St Louis consumpt- - late General McKibbin from 520 to 830 Memorial Against Lotteries AND POULTRY Incident in which he was attacked by ive is reported cured by Kocks lymph a month A bill introduced in her beÂ¬ Senator Stewart Wednesday present- Â¬ Bat ex mayor said I am afraid this Book an Treatment IMTlirr and Chart heal Freeof Animals w half proposed an allowance of 8100 per TO RICH ed a memorial of the National Farmers kind of thing is not going to stop here HAVING IVRETURNS Inflammation Snow storm In Mew York State I tiewlel to lHve 111V CHTna FevcrnttonKettt ions Vlilk Fever month General McKibbin died recentAlliance urging that Congress amend f iinal IHeuitigiliit AA smart Aleck will want to whip A violent snow storm in New York ly of cancer the result of disease con nd selling Kheomatlsm ion aeain 10 tin KH rslrutim UariroDischarges the Constitution so as to prevent the es- Â¬ 1 ain wont have peace until I State has done great damage to tele- tracted in Libby prison while he waa a Nasal Collection of Ac of Re tablishment of lotteries in any State or tU some one Boot or inb Worms I ill thank you for your patron- phone and telegraph wires in Albany Captain count uncus Heaves Itieamula Territory Kr -- lii or CJripea Bellache Auburn and other ci FF Misrsrriagr Hemorrhage Naval Station at Hawaii Holocaust in an Orphan Asylum The Instrument Didnt Work Lrinary aud Kidner Diseases HH Ernplive Dlfeanei Maaa To Assist Hebrew Im nljrratlon Senator Hale has reported favorably in an orphf n A terrible fin Uncle Raw back entering lamp store II Disease of Dint tlon Iaralysi Baron Hirsch has atithori appropria Â¬ asylum in Moscow The building was JK Thar Ive brung this instrument back TOOOOO for the burn tion round and most horriblo Seligman to draw on him for S r00000Â¬ Dealer Whats the matter with it to assist the work of Hebrew immigrailishment of a naval station at hf ul Uncle Sawback You said it was a -JorVeeDruggists or Sent Prepaid snyweere rl river Hawaiian Islands led As it was tion to this country inniat L KLEIN Proprietor Planner lamp but Sairy Ann cant git a Sold by nine children were burned to and in any quantity on Receipt of Pnc blame note out of it nohow Harpers Express Agent Kiseins Bill Agalnit PinJcertons Itimestsse Street 0pp C 8s 0 repff HUMPHREYS MEDICINE CO Bazar New Yor St The Kansas House Wednesday passed a number of others were so despaired Comer William and Joiin tV Va KY a bill prohibiting any company or cor injured that their lives are LEXINGTON JHTJHPEPETS poration from employing armed forces of ile a btrike is pjnding New Enilding and Fnrnitnrf Canada Wants to Trade With Us HOMEOPATHIC ff Canada will send a delegation to Highest ct all in Leavening Power Free Coinage Defeated in Committee Vkxi ilateo Ordered to Chill Vessel Well Lk hied and ISPECIFIC tier M arch i the da At the meeting of the Coinage com Â¬ Department has ordered The Naval 1 t rress expires for the pur The oory ccctifnl remd for mittee Thursday the free coinage men ii1i 11v is stationed at the nformally the were defeated in an attempt to limit the Nervous Debility Vita Wwkness o Chili and the of dia evido GOOD BAR ATTACHED ion and hearings on tho silver bUl by a vote of o proceed to the of t nrt Tifcl DOWOtf for a v 1L1 or trade between the Inited seven to five sent postpaid on receipt BUS IV Lti I sain V MEDICINE CO tlement of all ques RATES S2 and 250 per Day Canada of prloe HE - William and John Bts H Y The Bfue and the Gray tions of d English Mte After Breweries The Veteran Zouaves of Elizabeth lieing areas NJ Couldnt Stand Financial Reverses 811- at Chat Camp of i avian F A well k e and tanooga Ten iy sasThamdsV si in his room at I will Reciprocity With Brazil Proctor Dassct Wpnt It ee rooms up stairs over the store The President has issued his proclam- occupied bv W B Bi not BOGG5 tween this country and Brazil NO ury - 1 17- kit en BLUE s s s i wifts specific entire system GROUND HOG WEATHER SEARCHED THE CELLS Ejiives Slung Shots Daggers and Other Weapons Found Well Manned Scheme to Escape From Stillwater Frustrated By the New Warden FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS ple introduced a Joint resolution ferred to the Committee on Judiciary proposing an amendment to the constitution forthe election of U S Senators by the direct vote of the people of the several States Tbe fortifica Â¬ tion bill was then talcsn up An amendment reported by the commttteo to reduce the appropriation for gun and mortar batteries for tbe defense of the harbors of Boston New York San Francisco Hampon Roods and Washington from l000i00 to rTM000 was agreed to Without making any further progress with the bill the Senate went Into executive session and soon adjourned a House On motion or Mr McKinley O bill was passed amending Section 180 Revised Statutes so as to read Vacance occasioned by death or resignation shall not be temporari ly filled under the three preceding sections for a longer period than thirty days The present law limits the time to ten days and the bill has special reference to tbe appointment of a successor to the late Secretary v tndom J A Owenby was then brought before the bar of tbe House and purged himself of contempt by expressing his willingness to testify before the Silver Pool Commit too KENTUCKY STATE NEWS JOA renovating tht whether of scrofulous or malarial origin this preparation has no equal WL all Poisons from the Blood General Raum to Secretary Noble Worst Snow Storra for Two Years General Raum Commissioner of Pen in South Dakota sions has written a letter to Secretary in Hie Northwest WaSbisotos Second Session Feb Sbmati Mr Tur which was re- Â¬ Less Fieree It is Littlo rarring1 mm n Â¬ 3- Lexington Cincinnati Noble calling his attention to the busi Â¬ ness of the Pension Office during the past seven months There have been received to January 31 lsn 96878 ap- Â¬ plications for pensions under the act of June 27 1890 and 110839 under former la ws All these applications have received proper attention Total number of claims pending 1182390 During the same period 110876 certificates have been issued to pensioners The number of originial claims allowed last year was 88887 the first payment on these 11 the average pay claims WW ment being 4S5 71 The number of original claims under the old laws that will lie allowed this year will probably not exceed 50000 with an aver- Â¬ age first payment of S342 and a t tal pay- Â¬ ment of Sl7100000 This will show a falling off this year as compared with last year of 515400000 in first pay- Â¬ ments on old law original claims The Commissioner estimates that there will rhty thousand claims allowed un- Â¬ der the new law during the- - fiscal year and that the total first payments on these claims will be 5000000 making1 100000 as first payments upon all the claims allowed during- the first fiscal year lieing a reduction of on first payment 510000000 for fiscal year the as compared with last year From these figures says General Raum it will be seen that the predictions made in some quarters of an extraordinary deficiency occurr Â¬ ing in the appropriations for the pres- Â¬ ent and next fiscal years are not likely to be fulfilled The Commissioner de- Â¬ clares that the theoretical operation of the act of June 27 1888 as shown by the work thus far in the office will bo to materially reduce the annual value of pensions J Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1 Â¬ rarsicAN Â¬ Â¬ 1 i - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ i I -- I 11 Â¬ rarscA rgeon -- V -- i 1 n I jl 1 Â¬ Â¬ i i 11 11 Lsumlg I 1 j Â¬ m Â¬ Near Hazard a few days ago Frank Polley of the Eversole side of the faction was killed by his lley who uncle Isca Davidson lived with Davidson had married dur ing his uncles absence and moved some furniture from the house On Davidsons return a quarrel arose and Davidson struck Policy on the head with a maul killing him Davidson is ex circuit clerk of Perry County Mrs Fkanles A DtitMKV one of the oldest residents of Frankfort died a few days since of heart failure eighty one years she was the daugh ter of the late Senctor Get ie M and a granddaughter of Governor Scott of this State Her husband was Public Printer during lresidet Taylors administration James Fkkhson- - of Lexington has lost the English rnce horse Ossian winner of the St Leger of Ivsi which he was importing Ossian died a from sickness and an injury he sustain ed from the pitching of the v l an attempt to arrest some negroes ft at Junction City Marshal George Wells was fatally ahot and his brother-in-laJ P Sampson dangerously wounded Four of the negroes were badly injured All are under arrest David N firm 11 II has beencon f rmed Collector of Internal Revenues for the Sixth District of Kentucky Emm ii and Chaa S Stewart were arrested at Louisville charged with making and passing counterfeit money They were found at dinner with a number of new counterfeit silver dollars and the molds and other material on a table near Licien Jonks president of the City Bank of Hopkinsville died suddenly of pleurisy aged UV Postm vstkks- appointed for Kentucky a few days ago JN Dean liraxmn Mercer county vice L Crane resigned G W Claypool Lucas Darren County vice G K Devasheti resigned J Pitt man Rulo Rockcastle County vice Sara H Gentry resigned The tobacco stemmery of J W Clark A Co at Henderson took fire the other day The building was destroyed and nearly the entire contents consisting of forty five hogsheads of prize tobacco a lot still hanging and the machinery and equipments of the house Loss 830000 with 820000 insurance Perry Patfnts for Kentuckians Brown Louisville and J W Brown Memphis Tenn wagon John II Deeti Louisville automatic tire alarm Fred W Keifel jr assignor to Vanlan Louisville fire place fender Edmund Kuhn assignor to E Scan Ian Louis ville pattern for casting hooks Charles R Peaslee Louisville sheet metal folding machine Frederick Stitzel and C Weinedel assignors to American Semaphore Company Louisville electric semaphore Police Officer John Burke of Louisville was shot the other night by Ed Claylor a notorious character and is not expected to recover Claylor and Jack Delaney had a difficulty in a saloon at Eighth and Green and went to the back yard to fight it out In the fraeaa Clavlor had fired two shots with ut ef- feet at Delaney when Officer Burke hearing the firing rushed through the saloon to find out the cause As Instepped into the yard a third snot was tired which struck him in the ab Â¬ domen Eii Pens a prominent farmer near Paris died a few days ago of heart dis-Â¬ ease He and his two brothers about 1000 acres of the finest land in Bourlion County Lucy Tiucker colored of Trigjr County aged 105 years has cut a full set of new teeth the old ones having decayed and disappeared about forty years ago Eakiv the other morning the residence of Jack Roberts in Iadueuh was diseoveril to be on fire Prompt smothered the blaze but not until the building had been badly damaged As the family was away visiting in the country investigation as to the cause of It resulted in conthe fire was made clusive evidence that the house had been robbed John Morkis colored who is wanted at Smithland for shooting Pat Morris the jailer of Livingston bout eighteen months ago was arrested in Paducah and was taken to Smithland Morris attempted to arreet the negro on a peace warrant and the latter shot him with both barrels of a gun The negro escaped and has been at large until now Morris was fowl months recover Â¬ ing and is now a cripple Sim f the suppression of faro in Louis- Â¬ ville several years since poker playing has grown to enormous proportions The other night Chief of Police Taylor notified the 100 or DM re public poker rooms that they must lose The order was obeyed and that night a full hand had no commercial value Tiie marshal of Paducah is making a Bpecialty of enforcing the ordinance against cruelty to animals Mokton Aimimk who beat J W Tapseott at Padu ah resulting in the latters death was given a prelim hearing the glade of I fixed at manslaughter leased on 8b00 bail 1 Â¬ Â¬ i AT COST i Boots and Shoes Having decided to discontinue tlie Boot lid SllOC I lll lt Cll t f V buslIlO- 1 111 111 ITII THEY MUST BE SOLD I have marked EVERY PAIR down at PRIME COST Now is Your Chance to get whatever yon want in I he Root and Shoe line for a little money a 1 Â¬ Â¬ EVERY PAIR WILL BE SOLO AND AT STRICTLY COST einember that COST means what they eost me Â¬ HJ STRENG PILESI BURNS c Â¬ TAR 01 D PILESI FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book PRICE 50 CENTS CHICAGO TKR OIDtSOHF VBsowrruivY pure TAR OID CO BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES lll x - Judd Farmer the following plan for Economical May Rack B M Goodwin sends to the Orange FREEMAN a century the name of Freeman has Dont you recollect that your before the public FOU used to have his boots and shoes made at Free because he could iet them to fit his feet and the price to fit his Now Freeman continues pocketlw k and his ideas of value He also has a first clam line of ind shoes to mak -- TO M MADE BOOTS AND SHOES m st k and can fit all sizes in all grades Freeman keejis aha a tine line of GROCERIES including Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where 19Call at No 2 First Street constructing a rack for feeding- loose hay without waste The ends and sides aore han hall I Â¬ Â¬ IllMilliiliilaJl 5s 11 in i ti HUMPHREYS rnll HStti itjsV y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ should be made tight and a slat cover or lid fastened at the top by hinges in such shape as to allow the slats to lie on the hay Make the cover small enough to pass down inside of the rack and on top of the hay as it is being- eaten to ward the bottom Three or four inch strip will be found a pood width for the slats and ti tance ana of hay Â¬ i - HEATHS CT WELL8 VB CARK PALACE HOTEL r 10 I Fond Mother John do you know Gertie has arranged a little piece for the piano d Father Good Peace for the peace for all of us De- jpia tro And Then There Was Mosle vOALYAR j D G T WELLS GO All Kinds of Coal Ik Only Coal Iain Ton Only a square from tin Court booa dont have to send away oat to tbe depot You mt Io ML N0CO f I 30001 FOR RENT klS U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Nut Lump and Anthracite DELIVERED To Ail oil Tans of the MTreit Nut aj Pin Tm and Lump Coal Soft Coal and Antiiracite Mvers old iDmber yard owers w aCg2 Left a- - ABSOLUTELY PURE Co Drug Store k Htr on ext prices 4B- - ill receive pre Tty u- Z THE CLIMAX II Wee pear to be the thing wanted w not wanted as the case the fanner Ih- Clarily a shining light in the Alli- - - Editor anre meaaber Til TON ail Ml ii awl n ani candidate lor Govcmoi WEDNESDAY BY in his recent Bwlin If ajaacat Co the means a WBMhaaaa I where perudkible products at the farmer - TOW ELL 1 am optioned to it hut it ans a bank I am for it That it P1CB YKAR 9150 painfully indefinite -- a warehouse or a - - 7ctaary XI 1891 Wnk Before an intelligent rriaiinn i an Iknit forth for or against a thing a Ik- - jHMncnB Kii bniond knowledge ol that thing must el Will sol icIhmIv Ik- kiml enough to What f the Ut Will- Treasurv no tating It it r the whole people we will favor it bat if is ilint that I Â¬ 1 - ax Printing - - m ill lie d k liendrii COMBINE ml D A HGHT MAIM KAIL Iiurnal in- imI ai an incon- - oner what iii ntia MAN al New Yorker Jan My opinion almut the Suh Tn e ol the Fanners Alliance is that iprciue folly The whole subj gammed np in finain and jiaper money of equal val into coin at the will of the bolder A r ami pru- aml unworthy of discu ill our wiK s are the ami it is a crime ami lot- railra ment to force an extra session for the rship purpose oi said he have indorsed our party not only in the Coii nil elections hut State elections as well We are on the tidal wave of success anil we must do nothing that will chi ngc the current The people have indorsed our policy and will give us the Presidency next year As to an extra setKion it will deK nd on the force bill The Senate has laid aside the measure and if it does not come up again Congress will Ik able to adjourn on the 1th of March but if the force hill is agaii taken up I will favor all legiti mate 11 cans to defeat it We will meet in caucus November m iect a SjK akei of the House of and I hope aad believe that who Â¬ ever H will Ik- the mai suited or the position And what is more the next Speaker of the Hoase will be a man who will reflect credit on the party and be an honor to the high - Watt Huui Har- - tlll 1lJl I time on any other The govÂ¬ ernment of he Union thoald at once re- t he right of eminent domain the ii including the and run them for the lu netit of riling Kr Clark tin whole people tanners include -- My nephews the M f Frankfort Kentucky were intelligent Having moved into a ver luul at any time in wiiler field they bought fitted up anew ami nm a Soaring mill two hours by rail ry little in from Chicago ami il a fine baa He but the railroad inbheia charge them as fartu- much for freight on these few mil they charged millers in the cheap wheat wan region of MinneapoUa more than a thoo Mr ules away on their Hour to Cliica ly nephew were thus robbed ruined They then went to Htnneapolia and organ the rob- sliing trade they llllrWS - nth by taking all the air they looked out in Jersey City oa the nly water The only rem be nation to condemn r the railroad and pay a fair price s the post office is run done I believe to a greater or y every nation in h iii Rcprosentative McMillin said that he knew nothing of any such pnipos of course was imt a party to it Representative Crisp aaid he w in any scheme to orce an extra Be for its effect on the Speakership or for any other purp Representative Paul Edmunds talking party of newspaper corresponi said Hid you ever hear of such an ini tirohahle storv Surelv the whole thins is meant for a In The Den are not all fools We havent lost our - by the victory of November When the time arrives our speaker which will be next December we will do our duty and elect the man whom we believe to Is- the best qualified for tin high position We have a battle to win in and we intend to strength- Â¬ en our force by doing nothing in the that will cause us t public confidence The rivalry that ex ikership is of order and the contest in my opinion will be entirely free of any personalities II - tt Â¬ Â¬ ROOM EOK ANOTIIKK EUl CATlONAb tAMPAItN fliillj plat-rit- - lil tin 1 mry and and favor and this Mr is Euro tary of tL - lKNT vfaea lt al- IHH having charge of the traffic on railroads turnpiki - well as rivers and the M- igra tc eoulil kill all the Iterations of Hich am do all this in an lnur by refusing to carry any such could thu- fairly by the jK ople of the State Tin W it To Do I r Let the Farmers Allia w ho are It like blind rjamp and make the f de ii the Union let them party but s iid theii Hid Refiublk an with I only transfer the raili It they do this they can in m -- If is - In Will u IT It t i their will and by paying close attention tion u proper members for the lie legislatures they can In all lt s - At oplor- - rj ri that axibly it can stand with Who ever before beard of a nation without high nation in which all the main re in the hands of bandit tion all whose means of iransitortation were at the policy is public illation while the militia by hireling - and cut tl ml ready to 111- ible exactions ct inmeiit of the peo h the jH o for the people in rt 1 1 ia meant for him hut tin xtra fund pafBMMI anil fur the ami uthermen Makcfiiis Clay Ma nty Kv IF SPEAKERSHIP THE NEXT I S HOI SE liiVrLHIIMi KLSULl IWSS I iy the Farm entiou f in lad week tax a liber - who t lie which ral army during IniteiJ mooKlrati- laist by Mr fol- - week - ami it lias beea the jieneion time when onlv a urilu y an- - ten ieusionei urtber will lie necessary ax uce man who enilor iai 1 aup- in- An - Alliance will ex which appeared in the Washington P lay to the affcri the Southern candidates for Speak- Â¬ er Wan delaying the public husim the pwrpoaa of forcing an extra se y precipitating the Speakership eowte at by the Daaao- 111 the Boase who jironouncd the story as pars fiction Now that the t of the way bush 10th Houses will be transacted with - deration as Mr such Reed will KTinit and all the legislation will lie passed lietween now and adjoiirn In reference to the Speakership toating around there is very liv The various eandidati s are not tasking any brass band canvass and as far tin talk that the Northern Deaaoerasi Southern man for Speaker 01 v here are few if any Uep- aewtati-e-lxild enough to take any such position The Bpeakerahip contest if the members are to lie bettered will not W 1 s An article iucreatl ami public will MM ln11I - COUIl- - Waaaaaa in Um As fir meat that Snithern candiihiU s for Speaker were delaying the public business in the interest of their canvass each and every one of them so far as known pronounce it txj transpar ami to know if there I is hiting oil THE M li TKEASl KV WE mien Alliance lias sprung numerous la om v il gariliiso art int- ami in that public men t re- u- time knew usury was hut of late we particoUr branch a- - Fat liln s r nate place of deposit aa for the io- mI- - r - m is moot - ut rev- - t denial Kcpiesentative Wilson of West Virginia the first choice of some and the second choice of a great uianv ot the members for Speaker when approached i sterday said to the Suu- on Um iioette I do not lielieve that any Democrats in tilt House have delayed public husi neas for the purpose of forcing an extra on as the shadow of the was removtHl from the House I am sure there was no wish on any mduly the passage of the legular appropriate ii bills I c- eneral f aiiioiiv Iemocratic memliers that an extra eion would help us so far as the rne1 but quite ild not aa strong a feeling tha rselves reseiitative Mi na said be i of the know the Northern Democratii utativesas Â¬ Â¬ plai i oi dajiajH I MB make a Sul Tr u ejniplv as a branch at the liauimd in specie muti lated currei th paper lejrjbHeJ Government vouchers Ac Bet tkk sort of a ph eh ie just With many a sigh and much wasting of paper I at last completed what I con- Â¬ sidered a cry touch ng letter af condo I was especially proud of my at far as he quotations and wondered how nianv girls could write such a letter without Iting their Iible ic triumph I x jjan by stating that Every one he our Northern can master a grief but he who has it re represented they ill jus where this quota- Â¬ t tion v Hoses n him- - from the mount and found the children ons to suffer and the of Israel with th iy t hatso far as he least to benefit by an inflation which Followii numberless re- isball prices of ull things aoterhig a grief I -- Tin splendid r Milts accomplished at the November elections in behalf of tar- Â¬ iff reform and of the Democratic party as the champion an- exponent of tariff reform princi he value of the elucitioiial campaign inaugurated by Mr Cleveland in his tariff reform mes of December 1887 The melan choly back sliding of ao many Democrat Baton apon the subject of the free coinage ol silver demonstrates the sity if a further campaign of education to enforce the ideas and inculcate the doctrines expressed in Mr Clevelands letter apon the silver question of February 24 Ism Perhaps it is much enlightenment upon the financial illusion involved that Democratic Sen Â¬ ators require as it in to have their minds disabused of erroneous impression the ondition and drift Of popahw scnti- men apon the subject and the political expediedcy of setting the party sail to catch the fitful wind which is sapposed to he setting for the moment in tavur of free coinage We believe that it is a mist ike to suppose that the majority of iiieiican people or any thing like a majority favor inflation of the currency in any form whether by the issue of limied greenbacks or unlimited silver or any other form of fiat money The silver dollar worth intrinsically eighty cents or thereabouts made by act of circulate as a legal tender for at the rate of hi cents and as the equivalent of a gold dollar is as much money in principle and to the ex tent of its deprci ialed value as the paper of no intrinsic value made legal tender money by the same pro We believe that what the majority of the American people di sound currency an honest currency which sha have the same value at home and abroad in hands of the poor and of the rich Such a currencv the silver dollar loin- - as its intrinsic value differs from that of the gold dollar it is made convertible at its face value into gold That of course the free ze bill does not provide for It would be recognizing gold as the true standard of value am would defeat the whole object of the silver inflationists and free coinage advocaf The silver bill jus passed by the Sen ate sets up a double standard of valu- etin gold dollar of KB cents to be coined of 22 K 10 grains of standard gold and tin silver dollar of 100 cents to be coin ed of 4 L grains of standard silver tlie later dollar worth intrinsically abowl St rling to the standard of the goid dollar or one fifth less The gold do lar conforms to the standard of value adopted by most commercial countries ally thorn with which this Mon tr is principally engaged in commerce In those- countries the silver dollar will eptcd not at its face value but its intrinsic value except so far as it may an additional commercial value given to it by the fact that it eao lie used in the payment of customs and debts ia th United States where it must be a at the value put upon it by the Congress The foreign seller will continue to sell his goods at their gold value they possess in the country where they are prodwced The American pur- when he comes to sell them again in this country and take his pay in silver will have to add to their cost in gild the difference between the value of gold and silver abroad unless he means to sell at a loss The first effect of the double standard will lie to supply the foreigner with the more valuable currency- - gold or it equivalent our own people with a cheaper because de ted currency -- silver The next effect is add to the increase of prices ol all imiiorteil goods already made by the McKinley bill But this is only one of the consquen em which would ensue should the free coinage bill in its prerent shape which is not to lie anticipated become a law The Baltimore rime Press critizising in a spirit of eniiie frankness and courtesy the poaanoa of the Sun uKn the free cinage question asks several questions to all of which we are ready to give For example it rs Does not inflation iuuii higher price for ali tiings wheat and iraiited wherein wodueer of wheat lima fill 111 if while receiving higher wages for his and higher prices for bis wheat J pay higher all things that h Would the increase in his wages not be nominai while mains the What will it profit him ISO a week instead of jdfj if he has to apt to buy what lie oould pr More- that Â¬ Â¬ 111Â¬ 1 1 A t- - wheat and wages included will be the artisan the laborer and the farmer Putting the same question in another form our contemporary asks Will not inflation at once beuefit the producing class and injure the capitalistic class We say no If people could produce all they need as well as what they have to sell the answer might be different But as all producers are also conMimers the benefit the farmer for example might derive from an increased price for his wheat or his corn will be more than offset by the increased prices he will have to pay for everything that he and his family require Again asks our con Will not inflated prices in temporary the dividends of railroads without increasing the interest tbev inve to pay on the 4 0001 KXIOOO of bonded indebted iiid will not this heneiit the people W as the stiKkholders no The obligations of the railroads payable in gold will remain the same while their earnings coming in depreci rilver will diminish their resources no and while dividends will probably greater the heaviest loss will fall upon the hundreds of thousands of poor men whom the railroads employ and who will receive their wages in the same de preciated currency in which the railwill lie paid their freights and roads the engineers conductors firemen hrakeincn Ac In si ort it is the who are promised the greatest ben Â¬ efits from an intiation i c lepreciation of the currency who will inevitably sutler the most Persons who have fixed incomes not expressly stipulated to be paid in gold w ill lie the first to suffer They will get the asms number of dollars in silver but the purchasing power if each dollar will be diminished by that intiation of the prices of all things which our con- Â¬ temporary seems to look forward 1 ng This will apply to all win secure nensiona from tlie government or it will apply to all salaries and in short to every one w ho will receive no more dollars only cheaper and jHKirer dollars the free coinage of silver The rich the capitalistic ciass alluded to by our coii temporary will sutler least More abun- Â¬ - they will dantly provided wit know how to take care of them People and get in out of the storm their whose incomes are in asary expenses will be able to buy gold to hoard gold to invist gold while the jKKir will be growing poorer on the silver diet with which tin generosity of the mine owners and the silver inflation provide them Baftimort 11 1mÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ warranted to cure but I fear if rig- Â¬ orously adhered to would lie more apt to kill However they had such a philosophical ring 1 was pleased and arose to shake hands with myself then went to work upon another grief killing quo- Â¬ It is not wisdom thus to sectation ond grief I wrote although I knew not how he bore his sorrow and soppon ha would have been more than puzzled to Next know why I called him a fool came a dissertation uikii wisdom in which I hopelessly ailed to say a single smart thing I also informed him that I was glad it was my office to speak patience to those who wing under the toad of sorrow This I felt asm wae some thing which Solon KW had said yet knew nut why he said it I ended with a heart rending entreaty to let my counsel sway him in his With my pride at high pressure I hast ened to read this grand biblical outburst to my dearest girl friend and was wholly unprepared for the peal after peal of laughter that greeted each sentence I had fears that when she began to weep I could not console her for I had But used all my material ill that letter now how was I to induce her to cease laughing and explain the cause of such untimely mirth was there ever Oh she gasped Writing a note of condo such a joke lence and taking all your quotations from Shakespeare And just to think of condoling a About Ado Much widower from Nothing Now can any one find fault with my sympathy for the boy who thought Shakespeare must have writ for the Bible Mbm Ga onmaf aaeb Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS 4 Prof Hogsett died at Danville aged years Fli Penn one of Morgans cavalry died in Bourbon last week aged 45 yeara The canning factory at Beaufort S C has a daily capacity of 14000 cans of fish and oysters A New York syndicate with a capita f 4000000 has been organised to establish large smelting tnorks at San Luis for the reduction of silver-bearing lead ore GEX 0AN0 S KEPLY The Wind The Richmond Climax copies a piece from your paper with regard to the recent trouble ill tin- Bankers and Mill hauls National Bank at Dallas Tex iii which are some inaccuracies am feeling that you desire to do justice to all parties I hojie you will publish this in your paper as simple justice to parties named in your piece First This was not a Gano and Anti iaiio faction did not originate with the Gaaoa and they were drawn into an active light simply by letters written abroad whose only motive as far bv Mr Hansl as I know was to prevent my influence from defeating him and by our desire to guard the ii the bank ml As to the cattle ranches you say the Ganos own several ranches while in truth they only own some shn k in one ranch the Fstado Lend and Cattle Com- Â¬ pany which has borrowed from the Bankers and Merchants National Bmk the sum of 11000 that any trouble grew out of their desire to borrow more largely is untrue and that account was brought to this bank by the urgent solicitations of Mr Hansl himself Third You say the cashier was sup- Â¬ ported by the board when in truth every member of the board voted against Mr Hansl except one Mr Hansl himself declined to vote when he saw how over whelmingly he was defeated Fourth You rtate that the cashiers of place was wanted for a biothet-in-laGen Ganos nephew I suppose that allusion is intended for Mr Furst who married a sister of my sons wife but Mr Furst declined to accept the position pre- Â¬ ferring to remain where be a Fifth You state that Gen Gano is a prominent member of the Board and his son Vice President and the Antis thought there was enough Guam in it already The stockholders thought differently as they elected another Gene as Director unsolicited by any member of the Gano family and as to mv being a prominent memlier of the Board I vill only say I am only an humble one and have not been prominent heretofore but I wish to U- - more punctual in the future and try that no more such troubles arise Lastly The election is over and Mr Hansl is out of the bank and harmony prevails Three thousand one hundred and ten votes were cast igainst Mr Hansl and only 7i cast for him Mr Armstrong retired ami refused to cast his proxies when he saw bow overwhelmingly Mr Hansl was defeated Out of iKH of the sunk held here in Dallas only 15 thousand voted for Mr Hansl and that in the hands of two parties You can publish this not over the signature oi but ot your obedient servant It M Gano T i he Ewwr 1ku Sir Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHAT SHAKESPEARE HKOTE BY K - F The great Fnglish median Toole was one day passing through Stratford on Avon when seeing a youth seated be Stopped to interview tijion a fence him thus That is Shakespeares house is it he asked pointing to the buildnot ing Y Â¬ Have vou ever lieen in the house No Do you live here ever write any- Â¬ Yes Did Shakespeare thing Yes he writ What did in- writ I think he write for the Hit My sympathies are with that boy for BOW I have to look sharp to keep my lUble and ui from run ning into each other Years ago it became my duty to write a lcttet friend who had - Hogs in Cincinnati Monday were The Faith of President Lincoln is the Batcher cattle 4J5 title of an interesting chapter of personal K W Lee bought Friday of George reminiscences which L F Chittenden Register of the United States Treasury Bobinaon of Carmrd 15 yearling mules Advocate during Lincolns administration will con- Â¬ at B0 ht bead tribute to Harpers Magazine for February The American Biscuit Company has tiled a mortgage for Si4 HX in St Louis Mrs Sarah A E Roche died at her the money raise to lie aaed in erecting vn on Saturday af home lie1 a mill in New York tj fight the New ternoon in the 85th year of her age She York Biscuit Company was the widow of Prof John Iochc who The wheat crop of South Dakota is es some sixty years ago was a Professor of Language in Transylvania University at timated by tin State Commissioner of Immigration as lieing 17iti00 bus with Lexington an average yield ier acre of SO bus The W S Fmnial formerly of Lexington corn crop is placed at 174L242 bus and made an assignment at kfiddlesboro last that of oats at 1720200 bus Monday to J P fiandifor He wis in the Columbia Mo Herald The grocery business His liabilities analniut lot of mules that ever left Colombia in due merchants and Slmio due his 11 Guitar father Mr W B Fmmal of Lexington three days were shipped by J His sales for this time aggregated fjBS fjancatU Record 77o The biggest pair of mules he sold In a car shipped by Hart Bros to Mr weighed 3560 pounds and brought lames Gears Lexington this week K Bishop sold his farm of 291 acres there are no fewer than twelve different on the Paris and Jackstown pike Saturkinds of liiinlK r line poplar oak gum day to Sik rates Bowies at S H7 er acre ash chestnut hickory beech cherry cash This is one of the finest improved white walnut black walnut and niulber farms in the county and is situated about n Siijnol four miles from this city and is known as There are in the Constitutional Con ven- - the Goodman farm Iltri A tion or 30 shocking demagogues They The Tobacco rowers Warehouse will succeed inconstantly intimidating about not hold another sale until after the 40gKjd men who are nevertheless awful meeting of the Manufacturers Associacowards The remainder of the delegates tion so that the course of the buyers can are men of ability integrity and courage lie known Gen John Williams the but tbev are very often left in the miiioi- - President of tin- Growers AssiK iation said yesterday that he was in favor of In attempting to board a train at Ford changing the location of the Growers ImtimM on the Kentucky Central Extension Warehouse till lillgllBI Monday afternoon Robert L Thomas Mercer county is very much worked up sou of apt J M Tl ins of this i itv over the ravages of dogs among sheep broke bis leg just above the knee He Within the past ten days as shown by a had been over to Ford on busim list with the names of the owners one his father and in his hurry to get on the hundred and forty four tine sheep valued train met with the accident This is at 1330 have been killed by dogs Many the third time his leg has lieen broken others not on the bet have suffered and He was brought on to this city and is other losses resulting from the killil restii f aa could be expected the ewes at this time run the total Pnrii Kniliifhin loss up to an enormouse figure Louisville warehousemen in order to Senator Gordon of Georgia can probably lniast of as many wounds received in compete with Cincinnati houses are makbattle as the next man At Seven Pines ing an effort to have the L Sc N railroad his horse was killed under him and he declare an equal rate on Louisville and himself was pierced with three bullets Cincinnati freight along the route of the At Malvern Hill one ball carried away Kentucky Central The distances are the but of his pistol a second pierced his greatly in favor of Cincinnati and Mays Mays canteen and a third tore bis coat while vill is given As an illustration at Antietam he got two bullets in his leg vill is tii miles from Dincinnati and 156 What action the L one iu the arm one in the shoulder and from Lovisville one in the right cheek He fought right S may take in the case is anxiously watched by the Louisville tobacco ware through to Apponiattox Jftiewa housemen and equally supported on the A special from Chattanooga Saturday other side by Cincinnati tobacco dealers A party of Boston said capitalists On the face of the request it seems to be now in this citv representing a New aafcin a ginnl deal of a railroad to charge England syndicate purchased the Iook the same price to haul tobacco 156 miles out Mountain Lend Company property as it does for hauling the same load ti including the railroad from Chattanooga miles Iost to the top of Lookout Mountain the Loohoot Inn about six hundred a State of OhioCity of Toledo is the lx st located property the celebrated Lucas County and the historic Point Rock City the Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Lnlah Lake and Lulah Falls The con is the senior partner of the firm of F f sideration paid is nearly 1000000 Im C11KVEY Co doing business intheCiy provements on an extensive plan are of Toledo County snd State aforesaid and contemplated that said firm will pay the sum of ONE As the p in north boned train was HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and rounding the curve at Talbotts station every case of Catarrh that cannot be Monday the piston rod of the engine cured by the use of Halls Catarrh broke and struck the steam pipe causing Cure FRANK J CHENEY steam to escape In the engine was Sworn to before me and subscribed in Will Davis a hostler in the yard at Ro- Â¬ land and he became frightened and my presence this 6th day of December jumped from the engine into the cut A D 1886 A W GLEASON His leg was broken skull mashed and Votary Putlic j seal other injuries He sustained was brought to this city where he died that night Davis was going to Falmouth to Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internallv visit his mother Im and acts directly on the blood and mucous Send for testimonThomas Armstrong a farmer living at surfaces of the system ials free Madeira seventeen miles from Cincinnati FJ CHENEY COToledo O has rejKirted to Chief Ieitsch the loss by Sold by Diuggists 75c 34 37 theft of 2105 He drew the money TuesÂ¬ day am on reaching home placed it in a tin can which he secreted in a barrel of Louisville Tobacco Market flour When be looked for the money By Ulover 4 Durrett Louisville loUacco Wme Houtie Wednesday morning he could not find it Sales on our market for the week i us t Hi window and a plank against the closed amount to 3707 hhds with receipts on the outside told the for the same period of r IS hhds Sales ry Armstrong wife wts on our market since January 1st amount the only one who knew where then to 16465 hhds Sales of the crop of 1890 id the iniIhh lived half on ourmaikct to date 7 570 hhds Wc have had another week of immense a mile away sales on our market and prices have been lully maintained throughout the entire The rep eik on all grades of hurley The offerlatiire of the commission appointed to ex Â¬ ing have embraced a liberal proportion of amine into the feasibility of a great ship very desirable new burley leaf which sold canal from Lake Frie to Pittsburg thus at prices ranging from 1500 to 25 00 connecting the Northern lakes with the per loo The old burley offerings of the Ohio river will soon be laid before that week met with an improved demand and prices were stronger for such body Mr Bri who will pre The following quotations fairly represent the report estimates th sent our maiket for burley tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 with the canal to 350 lie thinks Pittsbu y Trah 400 to 3oo k The canal iiinon Lugs not colory 3 50 to 5 00 nplet Colory Lugs 3oo to 1400 Common Leaf 700 to 9 00 vears and would pay for itself Medium to Good Leaf too to 1600 in n 16 00 to Fine Fillers 1500 The i ity agitated Vrappery Tobacco 35 to 3300 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Miss Nannie Grant daughter of Dr and Mrs 1 W Crant this place died on day Thursday afternoon after a weeks attack of la grippe in the 96th year ot her age the jieople of Paris to build the finest opera house in the States costing up- Â¬ wards of 10000 an electric light plant with capital of 20000 waterworks now alniut completed at a cost of Si0000 an ice manufactory with capital of SlJ0000 with machinery already ordered Now Hk what hindereth us from having an electric street railway Maysville with a imputation less than that of Paris has been operating a line of horse cars for over ten years and it paid so well tliat anpany has adopted theelectricsys tem Winchester with less than 4000 inhabitants has a line of horse care which r month Georgetown one OJV13 third the size of Paris also has a line of horse cars which pay liberally Barbours Both the method and results vile with a population of only 1000 has Syrup of Figs is taken it is nlasau a line which pays l per cent Paris and refreshing to the taste ami act- feutly yet promptly on the Kidi and Bowels cleanses the tem effectually dispels conis head HOUSE NOTES aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the Mr Harvey Cobb has sold his tliree- - constipation vear old chestnut stallion Jo Jo record only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and acL40 in a race on half mile track for SL--prompt in Sired by Vatican dam un- ceptable to the stomach its action and truly beneficial in its known ehects prepared only from the most The attention of the owners of mares is healthy and agreeable substances its called to the advertisement of Vatican many excellent qualities ootnmead it the property of Mr B H Neale to all and have made it the most Observe his pedigree and record and you popular remedy known will Ih- satisfied that be is a aplendid Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c horse and 1 bottles by all leading drug There is a project on foot to form a gists Any reliable druggist who trotting association to take in the Spring- may not have it on hand will profield Lebanon Itardstown Columbia cure it promptly for rny one who Qizabethtown and Bowling Green fairs wishes to try it Do not accept any which are at present in the Blue Grass substitute circuit but their directors are not pleased CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO w itli the dates given them SAN FRAHCISCO CAL louisviue tr hem rout Mr Thornton Moore one of the wealthiest of Fayette died aged 86 years farmers He bred many gins horses in his day among them Moores Pilot and the grand dam of Belle Brasfield fcJO Protene MS Homer and the great gram Main of Belle Patches dam of Baron Wilkes 218 He owned 2000 acres of blue grass land Plumber A sensational episMle iKCiirreil Satur day at the races on the ice at Stillwater Qas Minn in the sudden death of Mike Wilkes the famous pacer The horse appeared perfectly well when taken from DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF hi- - Stable and dropped like a stone after the tirst heat of tiie race He ran his pacing record down to 215 34 in the GLOBES grand ciieuit reccs of 1SSS and also trot- CHANDELIERS ted a mile in 228 He was fourteen years old and valued at 5000 AND CON CEH N L G FA KM EKS Â¬ THE HAVE CflMfJ Jwsl Ctf We have just received the handsomest line of ENJOYS White Goods Harnburgs Spring Ginghams tc h EVER SHOWN IN THIS CITY We take pleasure in showing our goods so give us a call before purchasing and convince yourselves that we can sell von a Â¬ - Â¬ the Best Goods for the Least Monet WHITE St W Main 112 ALLEN opp Court House JMRIFFE Sanitary and RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Second Street next to Garnett Bonse Richmond Ry Â¬ Fitter Sanitary Plumbers Steam and Has Fillers WE CARRY A Â¬ FLLL LINE OF- - Gas Fixtures of Every Description INCLlIMSG GAS FIXTURES BATH TUBS HYDRANTS Chandeliers Brackets Standards Globes Rnbber Tubing BATH TUBS AM CLOSETS JEN KINS GLOBE VALVES teal made SYPHONS AND INSPIRATORS HOT WATE1 c Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and Street Sprinkling And all kinds of Mill Supplies Plumbing done in the Latest Mod ern You need not go to Cincinnati or other places for vour Gsl Our work is done by men who arc of he latest designs Mill supplies to till all demands delphia full stock SANITARY STYLE All Gas Pipes put in according to the rules of the New Gas Com pauy RKIIMOM 33 PLUMBING Watii v CO Lkh Hlimbkrs to Richmond v 5sw 3 rMW35P0K solid handsome cake Vr is a of I 90 i is - r - M 51 1 Irs a S frBSB scouring soap which has noequaJ for all cleaning purposes except in the laundry To use it is to value it- What wiU SAP0LI0 do Why it wiU clean paint make od cloths bright and give the floors tables and shelves new appearance- It will Yon can scour take the grease off the dishes and off the pots and pans the knives and forks with it and make the tin things shine brightly The wash basin the bath tab even the greasy kitchen sink will be as clean as Be a One cake wiU prove all we say a new pin if yon use SAPOLIO clever housekeeper and try it - I 5 Pwfjy - J si W s 3 2 BEWASE 0 IMITATIONS TESSS ENOCH MORCANS SONS CO 13 BCT 01TJ lalCUt NEW YORK rs I O lc J Tj a IN BOOK KEEPINC THOROUGH INSTRUCTION SHORT HARO TYPE WRITING PENNU TELEGRAPHY ETC ETC AT THE BRYANT A STRATTON BUSWSS MILFPE SOUTHWEST CORNER THIRO AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVIUE IT CATALOGUE FREE utdtsmiJ yyfyf 6MUl ii m jI m 5n ft taVnnBB G0RMLE -- 1 NEW GEOCEHY 5 K O g- 1 4 IIA3 THE WCToddBro 111 oFNEST H V H 2 LINE 0F Main St below First r nTTri tf iBaiB 1 Saddlery AND- - Staple andFaacyu Queeiisware Glassware Tinware Hardware P To 8 Builders cia Masons RICHMOND Woodenware A LAR1IK cc ui Stone Trotting Horse Outfits HAS LINK OF I have for sale two well equipped Derricks no better in the county Also 15 crowbars 9 shovels 104 steel wedges for tone 26 stone pick 10 hammers 13 drills 3 wire guyes 60 feet lone 12 chisels nd every thing else pertaining to a stone quarry Call on or address W L FARLEY Richmond Kv 34- - CANNED GOODS Tobacco and Cigars We want to bay COUNTRY PRODI highest EVER HAD the ui -- W C Gormley 1 Co U U HAE3EH Fropr All kinds of Coal and Lumber at the lowest market price Liberal patronage of the public resptctfully requested The yards are located on Orchard street be- Â¬ tween that street and the K C Railroad FOR SALE SWISS COTTAGK 5 room lot 40x1 o to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE rooms and Orange Streets TWO FRAME DWELLINGS 6 rooms each Iliilhdale lots all well finished 40x150 feet Avenue lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine new Brii market price Lar1 Chickyour IfCga Butter ens Feathers and the like and buy your Groceries from us WCTCEDEF v REMOVAL I HA K MILE COLTS M ytr ru SILL elegant on MV Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS Septra tc or as a whole Blacksmith to my where I best of fore Will new bu SSiop don rTt I have 100 mule colts for sale at reasonable prices H H COLYER 17- In xnmA br R t work tor on Hrmdnr you tnmr ot mmk much bat wn ran itutckly how to vnra from to IU n dnv at tb Mnrt and bmmw aa ymm ft n n mi ai- in inr art 01 anrrtca you can Ibmiibii at henna mtw- twf ail your tiMMnr aaatra tnonti MM work Alt ia nmw Orct my hi H A Wi start vafT Wfrkar furaisbiua A Fifth Street M Jhn fi on Walnut Street Powells addition 50x160 feet each WSf For prices on any of the above inquire of MRS K W WIGGIN 48- THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS have be I work more rapidly than ever li J5 - ased to see all my old r oea d to -- nil W Street bet tos READ Good- - THIS par- - S L Ml OK IFF Steam power MIINrTEHbSrifHSsSi tch ihoa to Ws fttrulab srerj t faijr W start you Ko flak To mmIB ymr spare moatmit t or all yoanr tim to Um work nltraly oaw laaaliawl hrtnfi waodrrful iacoaa to aarj work at aggtimam an asmiua fraa SS to swwwk m r a Uttta exMriaaato Wl as Atraiah janj 4 p yrti tit No mpmem to aiplsiu bi yu UjirsnH rHU aft V ilWaTa rt Kii T aUlaao of bsdMfr Its Any We have clostd out our stock of Dry d to iy Tbk fcr with Sale Our affair flil XJttE ard and K must be Re First class Thrasher traction Separator Tern 2- CROOKE BENNETT IRMSTON - THE CLIMAX edaesiay - A W Yonng ChaaUnquuv McClintock well known t - Fabmary 11 1891 action whtav lie 1iiI1h tauqua Assem- umra New York a prelVshorshin at V1I y boy Iaul McClin- - Foai me tkhmondbarM iii is now riy ciiurt it Chenault in session Judge t prer-i-iin- g ooarding with him He will ipany his father to mat summers ibly and probably make a Fourth 1r farameili pastor of the Christian church this plai larn asnl l72r4p of Tux Bupeniaora for the county hii i ouclmled its work The total iniornt of taxable property re- 1 Â¬ unlay ad Mr K K K rlt m Trmmer all lias ft last year of 172540 k in K tliethreedegreee fP to night hlDt Kinliry and his one depot Mr Thomas Betty did all the work ers have elapsed since two men asees- itv They reiKrt 1M white for the war alof Wi Alao 43 white death an -a total of only is deaths Mr Berry is Iving bed -- juire s Favor LaaiHvllle Louisville merchants will soon receive the benefits of the ahsoqition of the Kentucky Central road by the L and X As was announced in The Times several days ago an effort was art on foot to get equal rates with Cincinnati from points in Eastern Kentucky In some places the relative distance were such that to ask equal rates seemed almost ridicu The matter nan taken up by the Transportation Committee of the Board of Trade and the L and H road decided to make the rates equal In all cases save Maysville and Johnson These points are nearly three times as far from Iyjuis ville as from Cinciniuiti yet there is only a difference of one cent in the rate as now announced The L and N people have never made a move more elearl in Louisvilles favor as against Cincinnati It will now be worth the while for Ixmisville mer chants to attempt to entefa the trade of Bantam Kentneky Lmim9k Timer N Â¬ Â¬ Tke L and -- Tea tin- WOm irc crcl itic coast ing mull from ill ut hia boarding the E t cad -- fully sick ty nam pr ttoller Mills Paint at once a Ban net place his near is - til odon OI1VCII- Kentacky to atieut - iin- - gpacity lor a town of Kiclimoiil nil lint and will lie drag- - aftor their a ii Youd Iiioki- int t sj dwell B last She 11 the pike k i ity Al -- for false Sullivan ii that late man n Imth See il - try unfortunate V ie W ill all chances Activity in Real Kstate Ihe year 1891 has been lniagiiiailiiiil with unusual activity in have striking physiques and are of that in Kichmoiid and Ml unty The peculiar type that makes people turn and the Count v Clerks office show ask who is that Both we might add lllt daring the are Drama lata and their fames each in ry to the amount of atore his particular line had long pro tia nil thou them Mr Wattcrs ms subject was sand doilara were lor lots at Beraa Waco Money an perliapa one other town in the coun and Morals and nothing that we can hurt of a verbatim report would do ty leaviu Richmond See tru when in the lecture justice While Mr Watter- son ban no editorial peer in either the ue fauna any ami handling of the Knglish language or insight into the future he is a graceful ing to 103105 for the month of January laewhere in to day a Cii- - forceful and entertaining lecturer Some pea from his discourse were marvels 0 and above This of com i sit ion that biased like the and total for real in Her Majestys erOWB The sub in the town and county stance of Mr WatlM suns remarks was for the month of January T that our country is lieset with two great elusive of more lunah n evils -- party spirit an the groed of gain Morals religion honor integrity llaftins and even life are lioing sacrificed for the n any rails of lean are now sake of the Almighty Dollar The race attyriHe on their way to Ford for filthy lucre is endangering the exist Frankfort and other down river pointy ence of the Covernment Party follies - advise all the mills at these may overturn the country and monev to make hay while the sun shines as it getting may destroy its foundation but y the question of a few months there are no other dange s He until the B N I A B will be complet Â¬ regard any inane between the two great ed t this point and then IVattyville political parties as amounting to more miiis w ii cut practically all the timber than an evil that will sooner or later le that will come out of her three rivers remedied Even that old rooster the With shipping timlier from tariff will Ik1 regulate in due time this point our friends down the river without a revolution From without will either have to move their mills to that is from other countries there it business as they will danger If we can control the Money t h ii xnpete a ith Beatty- - Pevil and the patty bear we are sale arm in time come Mr Wendiinga lecture on Saul of nW r mill site Tarsus was a resplendent piece of word a oricr to move and i painting and a charming presentation of inUr- - dramatic acting He is more an actor than an orator if the tw can lie well separated And he knew lis lesson Gems On Trial Henry 1iit hard is before the Circuit of pore English conveying ideas that only a master mind can pro inc Sowed from i with the mnr-Conn dnr of two negruea on the steamer TeleÂ¬ his lips like the muse of enchanted graph a year ago Iritlianl is a son of lands Mr Wendlings star could only the late Keen lrithard a prominent have been brighter by his not having in ith whom Mr- his earlier days tackled the invincible lawyer of Pagan of Illinois Saul of Tarsus rather of this place had a part- late than laul the Apostle be pictured as the removing to Omaha Voting lrithard is only 19 years old and greatest orator and the invest man the world has ever known Incidentally the e an engineer when only For a mere boy His father consented and lecturer said lnanv striking things ioyed in that capacity when instance that he not so much desired to reek and Latin displaced by French the tr irred With a batchers and German in our schools as to see the leaver he cut oil tl loom lit open the head f the other He mechanics bench the anvil the the sewing machine and the cook etove a jail in Cincinnati ever of the public school curricuthe killing hut the Campbell county made a part the Ohio lum He paid a grand tribute to the river is under Kentucky jurisdiction ac- Jews and berated the Christians for their cording t a decision of the Supreme intolerance toward them Â¬ Â¬ i koli-i-nK- ir Â¬ 1 1 i 1 Â¬ - Watterson auil Wi niltinp Since the last issue of the Climax Rich mond has been honored by the presence of two distinguished men Mr Walter son the great editor and Mr Wendling the great lecturer Both had crowd houses and the West attention Both Â¬ Land Owners Friday morning for an extended visit They will be gone is a list of Madison county through the Sjuth owners of land who report to the Asses aliout one month stopping first at Merid ian Miss thence to New Orleans and sor 500 acres or more John I Harris 2500 other Southern cities Alex Tribble estate 21H The Rev Geo W Duiilap wife and Moberley itiV7 daughter Marie are with Mrs Wright in Stephen Langford 1H70 Mrs Dunlaps health is still T It Chenault 1310 Ixxington Mrs J I Moran c 1300 alarmingly delu ate George the oldest W B Smith 1250 son secured the school at Independence Wm 11 Barnett 1071 above all competitors Lancaster Record R Prv i nm f Mrs Representative McCreary of Ken GJ White and Son- Win Arnold H75 tucky and Mrs Charles Gibson of Maryms land held their last reception for the sea John DGooloe John B Simpson 120 8B son yesterday afternoon at the Shoreham ireen I Million where the handsome parlors were crowd8 B Phelps Josiah Gentry ed with the world of fashion Mrs Mc surac Crearys gown was of wine colored velvet BBS Mrs s Hockaday 889 with garnet passementeries Mrs Gibsons James P Tribble 838 cream satin with louis XIY gown of Turlev Walker Win Johnson Sr bronze green velvet edged with gold and Anderson Chenault vest of a lighter shade of green crepe 700 James W Smith The other ladies of the receiving party 7sSteve W Turner 773 were Mrs Gen Miles black silk and lace AlginS Hisle 770 Miss Milan French grey Henrietta cloth J WGibfaa 750 with white galloon trimming Miss WilNewland Joins Sr 740 Mrs R I Brock 730 cox of California white lace over blue David Chenault 737 silk Miss Clark of California black lace Thomas Phelps 739 Miss Johnston of Kentucky L T nggs pink silk Harry Crawford 7o and guana Miss Peachy white silk lace 725 RC Biggs Miss Love of B J Clay and wife 712 with coral ornaments Miss Corinne 7oo Virginia gold color silk Catherine Moran 7 Dudley Tribble Blackburn white silk with crystal passe 7 Thos E Baldwin menteries Miss Noble of Baltimore Kii Tom Smith Oft pink silk Miss Faulkner of West VirGeo W Park Cut glass 000 ginia white silk and gauze Ned Mcllone M K Arbuckle tat dishes of Ismlions were plentifully disMB Julias Webb corGeorge Grinatend aw tributed alout the apartment in one BB0 ner of which was a large liowl of punch H J Bennett IFaaahanan Pott 688 George D White 575 Thus Hume heirs 571 J A Ballard THIN COLUMN Below j is iij Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sh m ir Â¬ is any one here who wants to go to hell At the trial let him hold up his band last week before Judge Bovd he peremptorily charged the jury to acquit as there was no law be knew of to prevent a man going to hell if he chose to The preacher should be punished for making such a foolish proisition Stanford Journal Rev Strother M Cook writing from Lagos West Africa under date of De- Â¬ cember 15 1890 to the Danville Advocate says I am again in Lagos after an absence of more than four years My arrival was on the SBtfa of last month The time coming was made twice as long as it should have been by my stopping seventeen days in England and one month in Liberia It is a pleasure to let my friends know slant I am here again ready to do the work that is so much needed in this dark land Their Is desired in this great under Â¬ taking I speak more particularly to the disciples of Christ throughout Central Kentucky It is their work as well as mine This leaves me well and with no prospect of the African fever in view Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DIED Dr Daniel B Bchofl died in Irvine on Wednesday February 4th 1891 aged 70 years Mrs Annie Cnnstou Crooke died in Richmond Ky on Monday morning February 9th 1861 after an illness of eight or ten weeks Burial in the n tery to day While the deceased was seriously sick her death was a surprise She re and aback to the public moved from Lexington to Richmond some years ago and by her gentle man ners and winning ways made a large circle of friends This is the svoud sad affliction that has come to the grief stricken banband although yet a young Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tke Greatest Thins the VYarld Prof Drummonds famous address on Love the Supreme Gift sometimes called The Greatest Thing in the World which has had a wonderfully large sale at 35 cents a copy and has undoubtedly done a great deal of good is now published by Alden unabridged in large Pica type for It ought now to circulate bv three cents the million The same publisher issues Drummonds Natural Law in the Spiritin large type fine ual World half seal binding for 35 cents plus postage 10 cents These are two items characteristic of the i3i page Catalogue which g free on request by the publisher John B Alden 393 Pearl Street York it COMMISSIONERS SALE F City Property T E Shanks against man Resolutions sf Kespcrt and Iomhilenrr At a regular mttting of Macison Lodge No 14 I O O F Richmond Ky held Feb 9th 1S91 the follow lag preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted Whereas It has pleased the great Architect of the Universe to remove from our midst our brother Rev Jas A Henderson and Whereas It is but just that a fining recognition of his many virtues should be had therefore be it JbasVrsvf by Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F tbat while we bow with humble submission to the will of the Most lliLh we do not the less mourn the loss of our departed Brother who has icon taken awav in the midst of nia usefulness as ap- Â¬ pears to us Resolved That in the death ot Rev Jas A Henderson this Lodge laments the loss of a Brother who was ever ready to proffer the hand of aid and the voice of sympathy to the needy and distressed of the order The cause of morality and religion has lost in him a valient leader a pillow and support The countrv a citizen whose upright and noble life was a standard of emulation to his fellows Resolved That the heartfelt sympathy of this Lodge be extended to bis family in their afflictions Resolved Tbat these Resolutions lie spread upon the reci and a copy thereof be transmitted to the family of our deceased Brother and to each of the news papers of Richmond C R Tl DOR Ky Signed L TAYLOR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTSUK KK CIRCUIT TIIOUlK JiC Cierk tbc Maillsni lo Hit action f thu Democratic purw Ii POWELL of dale tor Circuit ourt ritrrk of Mil of the count nuns party I - iIrsAc IT Notice Of Sale In Equity it -- Moo 8rak Defendants yet Â¬ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS H S Taylor Hayden Tnrpin Win C Kish MA 570 550 540 TC S I Phelps 53 BSD Bronston Boss Mrs M K Yates EdH Ballard Mrs E M Hume R 517 80S 500 606 Ed Rose Sr James C Adams Dan M Terrill Wm Ilozier Sr John W Manpin Kobt Covington J and Lacy White JjUaJ 40 500 UK 4BB 4so 4S0 i John Win Row R B Terrill Jerry Broatldus Adams John Robertson Mrs Nancv Jones M II Willougbbv W T Covington M 470 404 450 450 450 450 445 440 440 436 431 431 430 430 425 420 407 John W Parrish John R Cox Gregory I A v John W Ballard B B Million James Bennett etc Mrs J Iivia Madison Todd W I Todd J s Boggs i I Secl Smith Sr W Woodson Masters Mrs in la Parrish C F Burnam Twyman Million Win Jett SSwers Deatherage - 400 403 403 402 401 4O0 linbry T W Wm K Higginbotham W CA Higsrinbotham N II Harris i Terry Rice Wade Iucils Perkins Colyer John Bennett Ten ills Manpin Miss Lucy iillHrt Cochran heirs s Manpin Mrs Mary B Clay Price Ben Calvin Burgin W I R P McCord 400 quest to send him that amount in back 3o7 numbers of the Climax Sirry we 396 havnt any back nuniliers 303 The Supervisors of the tax who have 302 just finished their work say that a man 386 388 400 400 400 400 4on St Peters church at Rome has seating capacity for 54000 persons In St Stephens church in Vienna 12400 ririTI can be seated The Cathedral of Venice will accommodate 11000 persons with scats The cathedral at Milan is provided with seating capacity for 37000 jier sons The Antwerp cathedral is provided with seating capacity for 24000 jier sons The church of St Sophia in Constantinople has a seating capacity ot 23- 000 The church of St Petrionio in Bologna contains seats to the numlier of 24400 The Pisa cathedral has seats ar The thunder Sunday night said in ranged to provide for the aentingoi 13000 thunder tones that the groundhog is a persons Londons great church St liar and the truth not in him or words Panla can accommodate 35600 persons to that effect But the snow Tuesday with a sent each In St Marks church morning said the groundhog was a model in Venice seats are provided to accom of truth modate 7000 persons St Pauls church The Richmond Ciimw says The in Rome contains seating room for the St new gas will be turned on about the 1st accommodation of 32000 persons of Match Wonder if the article will be Dominics and St Peters churches in any better than that which French Tip-Â¬ Bologna each have a seating capacity of ton has leen distributing to the Rich over 11000 The cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris has scats to accommodate BV monditee for several years a congregation of 21000 persons In Dr Sli seatYou bet yer box And it wont Ik- the Spurgeone Tabernacle in London kind used in Winchester that makes a ing capacity is provided for a congrega newspaper cull the agent of a building tion of 7000 Dr Halls great church on and loan association a capitalist with a Fifth avenue New York city is able to 100000 to loan at 4 per cent and it accommodate only 2000 persona with wont send forth the information that seats The Tenth Annual State Convention of theres 10000 to lioom the town when the Young Mens Christian Associations there isnt An Arkansas man formerly of Madi Â¬ of Kentucky will be held in Lexington son county however haslieen ransacking Feb 19 22 This will without question his fertile brain and by dint of main lie the largest by far of such gatherings Strength and awkwardness has evolved held in the State and its influence hihiii a plan by which he can secure the Cli the future work for young men will lie max a whole year for 40 cents He read great The attendance bust year at Paris a line notice away off in a dark corner of was 150 and we expect that it will reach the paper wherein the statement was twice that number this year The commade that thirteen old papers could be ing Convention is looked forward to w ith Well four times 13 great internal by the Christian young had for 10 cents are 52 the number of papers in a year men and Christian business men of the and 4 times 10 cents is 40 cents So he State Already thosc who are interested inclosed 40 cents ill a letter with the re- in the work of reaching young men are Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Kemaming unclaimed in the I week ending Fc at Richmond K Nnannie Brakes Je Mattie Mrs K By virtue ot a Judgment and Order of Sale of the MA Di Â¬ et IMMOIN PLEAS C 1UHT ren- deredatthe JANUARY TERM thereot 1891 in the above styled the undersigned will rc w Corn JB K R Saturday Feb14i M rs 1 F McD iwell meter Car Wing Ri sj Daniel W Glover J M tmore ice hours from 6 a m Money order red letter t 7 a m to A p 111 Dixon Susie A Embrv leppcr Planning Frank 1 I b will about the boar of 11 the premises in Uichrm County Kent nek to PUBLIC SALS high e 1 M011 to the de- - FORJSALE pUNTY and I prop LESLIE r KENTUCKY II H IIINKLK RAIL Wire the best Rail and put up WETZ man Owned by T E ith Ky S W11 u t The J- - I FEENY 3 Crnteher 1 3 383 380 370 374 374 371 John M Todd Taylor Spainbower estate T J Smith A A B F Deatherage T Ramsey T J Douglas Â¬ STCobb M J Jones 300 305 362 Curt the magnificent new inday night know ol Ma of 11m Joined in January onnty Hill Cor the month of January James Bundrea Sanaa P Owens Al Â¬ John fred tie Burnell T P iaunt nan Kliodl John iriHiliS liaclu u John Berry man ISmma Dixon Jr Mary A lavis Wm S Shearer 1odd W A Travis Keller Mollii Mer- will lie W Davis 1 II Carter Kllen Rosa Aimer C S Kinnard hi If Howe Thos F Land V Boss Amanda Annie v than itimeii Ilucds White Dnrbin 1 M Chenault Ida W T Smith Miranda K Ashill John C ling and Robert K Turpin r Lula Merritt d a quarterly mounts Jennie H Manpin F Garrett Annie Nathan Lowry Ida B Hughes than 12 W T Edwards Mary E Adams Jesse Newby Katie Puncau iat numbered eleven mak- The Alaf il for the month lonnerly funeral itrfurm Middli siMiro the Rev Dr H A M Ilen laiflM t have had in Richmond well known deaaon net Pr How the Cincinnati Euquirersaye tor of the ard Henderson to morrow night will in the matFuneral Reform ers trapping Changs f lhisc and weeds This subject is now challeng Mil ing attention in high life where the reKiipportingoar lam form must licgin On the evening of It February 8 Dr Henderson will preach a Assembly companion sermon on Cremation mental economical and sanitary His the dead method of disc eetingpro- ichmond paper before the Pn in the house now oe-- dnaad a profound impression and has in- II from many to hear this sub v Allen ject discussed bv one so familiar with the P aad 0 argument for and the mode of incinerairk of M F I was awarded tion He will describe the entire promatch at cess and present an array of facts related night Mrs to the public health that w ill startle and allay prejudice and to ired in cool passion Ir Henderson delivered were ali aha corner the ad enter the of the Sew York Crematory and and the table then re rnqaently officiated at the cremation rite down all the things of the 4kxt Mrs Booker re- Â¬ loot Out Off in dent of the Mt Tin Btaeuy ChaBfies A most distress Vera Br J P Ilenil ing accident happened at White ut who busi- - tion in Madison county on WedlH purcltased evening the particulars of which were furnished ate by an eye witness The that place don n Hcrndon Tin i of William when A 1 1 v 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pral Kstatf Transfers for January Town Lots J s Collins to Mary Gta i B Todd M Lackey oo M Mary J Wythe to s W ligg B50 K M liugue- - W C Ikggerstaff Clay to C W I T Curtis y to 8 D Parrish 39 I J Shackelford M Clay J Wiliai 0 D B Rhack- - John Stevens elforl to J k Shackelford Sl H M B Ar Samuel l Boyee Sam Barnes bockle to Joseph Notand Jr 0 n Mrs Nancv Mundav W Hisle Bovle Doty John C Miller David W Irvine Mrs Olivia J Collins John F Todd 360 355 355 n 355 5 i3 351 350 l 350 351V 350 347 347 342 341 340 340 SiKC Turpin A Harris Chenault to James Harris 300 TJ John 1 Img Smith to Georgia Buruam 250 G B C S Turner Todd to J W Erobry 75 N CStagner H B Dillingham to H B Dillingham 650 Richard Brock Kinnard A Co ET Fish S100 Trust to Ben Blackwell Thos Smith Sr 80 C J i Burrus Malin la Smith iV i a College Chenault to Covington Arnold Bro SB A M A Phelps Brow n bee l ates S200 R I Co to Kannie J Bronston J P Simmons BM0 R- I Co- to C T Wells and J W J W Barclay Duncan 150 C W Kvansto J I Wills Mrs Fannie W Francis 1000 J 8 Colli s to N B Duatlitiaaji George B Todd Mrs Martha Manpin L Searcy S01250 SlOno R I Co to Mrs Mary J Clay 725 Ben jaaain Todd to C T Wells Mrs Margaret Notand t T Wells to Lhaae Thomas Tobe Hacket Douthitt to Joe Collins 260 Wm P Ben F Crooke A Hart Adams to Mariah Lakes 100 RI Co Mrs Lon Brutus White to Mary A Lantor 00 W K Denny to 11 II Colyer Lucy Ann Hughes 100 T K H Inn James Billiard stin to J W Crooke Jr 2575 Morgan Mrs s J Gentry v Clark to L M Arthur 125 J II Rufus Shearer Robt Hagan heirs Powell to Bailie A Ward 33250 Evans AT Chenault V Brojks to Sam Rice 300 Evans ft Wm II Barber Harvey Cobb BtOOka to Jeff Stone and J K Moberley i 1 1 37 37 330 330 330 329 325 325 320 320 320 320 320 326 318 317 319 315 310 308 3O0 came in to show cause why his assess Â¬ ment should not lie raised and made a speech in his own lichalf as follows Gentlemen My assessment is already high enough 1 live away off in an ob- Â¬ scure part of the county where there are I cant go to church or send no roads My family have no access to school whatever to places of amusement they cant so much as make neighborly calls I am practically out of the world and I reallv should not pay as much taxes as I do If I lived closer to town I would delight to pay more taxes The next man objecting to a raise in his taxes said Gentlemen 1 live right here almost in town with a turnpike on each side of me I have all the fences t keep up and I cant go anywhere with out paying toll I have to attend church three or four times a week and my chil- Â¬ dren go to school from one years end to another and the balance of the family are compelled to spend nearly all their time in calling and Iveing called 11101 and the remainder in entertainments of various kinds If I lived further away from these pressing demanls and endless expenses I would willingly pay more taxes The board raised lioth Â¬ Mr a specialty of 11 S L Midi horse shoer he prepared to do all kinds ol CARRIAGE moii v WAGON BLACKSMITH work Mr I Shelbv Tevis ot Lincoln and p but ac have Miss Sallie Johnstone of Woodford were araph Main merv married last week T Foxs st n ALLMAN ft ONEILL Litrrary Note 3V47 Mrs Rebecca Harding Davis in her Contains Serial Story for Boys Kent Hampden cniisidering the qneation of attending which is now being published in The The following persons of prominence Youths Companion describes in a most the lence corner to but will lie present to assist in the exercises entertaining manner the life in the South I D D Kentucky during the early years of this century Dudley Bar T Burnam and Jerry Powell Mr C J Hicks Secretary International Mrs Davis spent part of her life in Executrix ot city of Richmond Committee Mr II F Williams Editor Western Virginia and has woven into the will Young Mens Era Chicago Mr L story enough of history and tradition to Saturday February 21st 1891 with Iurnan Brown State Secretary Illinois Mr II make it of unusual interest to the inhabiWilliams State Secrctarv Virginia tants of that section The illustration 4 111 are P Snyder and Mr I L Daggett Secretary State W ler Committee Ohio With these gentle- Â¬ good said dirt men on the ground the success of the Settle ut Onc Convention as far M the presentation of Kin All persons indebted to Bilcs the best methods of work and the latest caid must come at once and settle or the acplans of operation are concerned will be put in the lin is of an officer sored All the Associations will be rep Â¬ counts for collection resented Christian young men and Powell i BALKS V KINCAID 35 3J pastors in towns where there are no As ol ex- Main Good front and back sociations are cordially invited There Cheap will lie reduced railroad rates and the street suitable for young men mil under Lexington Association will entertain all Apply at Climax office TERMS 1 33 nter- over delegates Persons thinking of attendIk you want to bu a Sulky Surrey ing the Convention should write to to W A Fo Henry K Rone teat State Secretary Y Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor liains K he has the latest best and cheapest MCA MRS IM HE PARISH Louisville for programmes C rr T I Fkrk St rayed and full information a point The Pastoral Conference of the BapFrom my residence on North street a tist churches of Central Kentucky held black and tan Gordon SEASON 1391 milt 1891 its first session in Lexington at the First Answers to the name of Clio rethence with said Pease Baptist church yesterday the day of its turn and receive rewa ii to a point in rt organisation and arranged to hold quar M N DniGG R sssssssssssssssssm IM terly sessions at the same place The Light Water sssssssssssssa 33- - Ktitilleil toilirlcst All are entitled to the best that their money will bin so every family should have at once a bottle of the best family remedy Syrup of rijjs to cleanse the system when COatlTC or bilious For in 50c and 100 bottles by all leading druggists Mr P ing for Mi NOTICE - lie in first divided into Thn or Mr i li Is- ot and then the reserving the r work such is 011 tl Conin ON LOT NO 1 PUBLIC SALE in 1 I 11 Four Heifers rry sitli I Â¬ LOT NO 2 4 I 5- I Â¬ s tT a r of 710 Â¬ gentlemen RELIGIOUS Rev J C Wills is attending the Bap- Â¬ tist Workers Convention in Iymisville Rev W J Dotaa of College Hill went to Ibanon Monday in the interest of the tenierance work Rev J A Sawyer will stieak in the church this Methodist Wednesday evening on the work of the church in the mountains All are invited Rev V P Benton of Speedwell has undertaken the reconstruction of Mt Tnbot church at the mouth of Millers Creek in Kstill county That is right and the people will stand by him Kid A O Bartholomew of St Louis has lieen engaged as pastor ot the Broad way Christian church at Leximrton He is also architect of the new 30000 church edifice which that congregation will erect the coining spring We understand that the First Presbyterian church of this city have invited Rev Mr McDonald af Henderson to lie come their pastor We hope they will soon secure a permanent pastor to take the place of Mr Cummins Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 306 302 300 300 Cotton t W T Cotton 7720 425 R I Co to to B R estate Total lot sales 32 14 I M Elba 11 il oo 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 900 300 300 300 300 300 BOB Shipton Parks BC Hackett Wm McCord I Boone II W JW - Farme of ikk and Ai Hayden Turpin to W P Dunbar 075 W H llendren to J P Long Barnes to AI Ooraetison 1600 W C Blakeman to Owen East 466 Robert Mathiaoo to Wm Saunders 276 Anderson Chenault to M B Hill 2760 P B Johnson to T P Wyatt 2 David Chenault to M B Hill 2552 000 Dwen Kjist to B Williams John W Hisle to Mjthew Huguely 1 312 Cornelia W Clav to Jacob S White 5000 Joaapfaioe Campbell to Wm C 7 Sam Shearer to A Black 1200 Sam Shearer to Rufus Shearer BIjOOO HSpainbowertoW H Hendren 7X0 John Torry to John Todd si- 503 J N Crutchers executor to John Terry 2537 James P Tribble to Thos ELL Doty to D C E Gihaon Doty 1200 W M Adams to Pleasant i W Jenkins to John W Evan- e Deathman to Janus 1525 Masters Martin 1JOO Simeon Turjiin to Hay A F Peathcragc to den Turpi N B Deatherage 1100 M B Hill to Charles Norris 3000 Wm Parish to W me to A J Asher MJo Â¬ i Haden Caperton Dr F J Dickerson Ab Shearer J W Erobry Dr M C Heath J K Harris Mrs Belle Rayburn Paulina Harris and sister J Bice Serena ltenge MrsSallie Gibbs ioo rs in U M whilst ii fell with the re t lay acrot kha 11 lo his brother large stock in rail Good and was cut entirely Judge ankle as quantity Moberley to W A Moore to J M Cotton 94- loB Cott Lucy A J Asher to P T J Ikiuny to Julia A Yaughn li00 J A 4000 B Frazier to J S Spurloek Total farm sides 103105 K I WTCotton ruwiax Towa aUiut alive was assist Iaris known lr illistrated Supplement A superbly have to the annual exhibition of the devoted nothing further as to the ltoys color Society at the who American Water condition Academy of Design in New York includknown in this of wjme of the noteing reproduction worthy paintings to be seen there will ache forth coming number of company Harpers Weekly published February 4th and at R will contribute to the as on Frederic Â¬ Â¬ -- iiths terri- - Literary Note W ig hi nisei I me rapid number of tfw Weekly several apir ited drawings idusTating the review by General Miles of the troops under his command at the conclusion of the Indian disturbances in South Dakota it 300 Alversou foo M M Miller At the election of officers for the ChrisThe largest colored land owner in the tian Church at Beebee Ark Miss Bessie county is Mitchell White of White Hall Next Yantis waa elected organist and Mr His farm embraces BBS acres Yantis leader of singing At a church comes John J Turner of Kirksville festival little Mary P Yantis sang with 182 Cy and K Turner 150 Ned Blythe ISO George Silkirk 120 James Bock of Ages very sweetly Lancatter Blythe 120 Wilson Newby 116 George A Baptist conference was organized in Morton 110 Pattie and Sallie Turner Speed Collins ia5 Frank Scudder Lexington Sunday to meet quarterly 10s A number of ministers were present 100 among them Rev H T Daniel of this city The chief point discussed was how PERSONAL to reach our mountain counties and min- Â¬ iji Mrs C H Pigg is visiting relatives in ister to the benighted people icuin Kstill countv The revival started by the Evangelical Miss Wolfe of Sevmore Ind is visiting her sister Mrs Cook on Lancaster Alliance is spreading rapidly The Pop- Â¬ lar street Presbyterian church reports the avenue accession of 28 members the Price Hill Miss I aura Waller of Lexington is SB S A Keen of Walnut visiting her her brother Mr Charles Wal- Presbyterian M E over 100 since the meeting opened ler on K Second Btn and aliout 30 since New Year Rev Dr Mr Hackney of the East end who Morris of St Paul M E has alsi has been so dangerously ill for wo new members to report as the result of weeks is slowly improving the meetings Cincinnati Pott Dr and Mrs H G Colson of Middles Archbishop OBrien of Canada strongborough have returned home after a few ly defends the right of the eler - visit to the ladys pareuts Mr and take an active part in politics He does Mrs J H Boggs not propose that the church the moth Â¬ Mrs MeBroom of Iowa who has been er of modern kingdoms which shaied ill for several months at the residence of the legislation of civilized Kurope shall her father Mr M D Wainscott on Main stand aside and leave a free hand street is no lstter at this writ and a clear field to scheming partisans to Col Wm Hull of the Courier wreck for their own selfish ends the was with Mr Watterson in Ri noble work which she initiated and Friday nigiu He was formerly the In which she kept guard for centuries and About column man of theC J In Owsley county a congregation had primary object of the institution is the promotion of the interests and welfare of the mountain church districts ot the State each of which was represented by an able delegate who presented the claims of his particular charge very earnA great deal of entertaining inestly dividual experience was related by the mountain ministers who proved themselves men of keen and intelligent at preciation and jiowers of observation Rev Mr Prestridge of Winchester was appointed moderator and Rev F P Raymond Secretary Bev W H Felix and Dr Roliert Ry land accorded a kindly welcome to all the visiting ministers and heartily co operated with them The visiting clergy were Bevs Dawson of Mt Vernon Boreham of Hattoda burg W J Johnson of Williamsburg H T Daniel of Paris Tavlor of Frank fort J T Shipinan of Midway Lynch of Danville Mr Johnson brought to notice the claims for consideration of the establishment of a Baptist college at Williamsburg A great number of con tingent sums had lieen promised nota bly in the case of Mr Rockefclder of New York who would donate 5000 to the cause provided another 5000 could be raised in Kentucky There was a large outpouring to the First Baptist church where there was an enthusiastic mass meeting Rev Mr Lynch of Danville delivered a splendid sermon His principal theme was the necessity for the education of the people of the church All the visiting min in the mountains isters returned home to day Ixxington Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kor Kent Storehouse and rooms on Main Street opposite Hotel Clyndoo 32- jftk iiTto JaWSt I IssssssssW v t t Vi rfl u i VaswisHIP Vif Smr u RajiiajjM fur Kent On Main street byterian Church new frame house with six rooms cellar cistern yard etc MRS SALLIE OWENS 29 opposite Second Pres- o line thence with his line 33J Went 11 thence Sooth in cloding Nen the VATICAN VATICA3T record 11308 Baanlrrs By day or week families and tchool i14 sire of Belle old in a Vara record race sire ot Milt exhibition mile 223 at 2 5 girls preferred 33 35 at I yrs 2 old r- Van Mrs W F Fran Littles Barber Simp KemovciL George T Little iris re novel bis barrmer ber shop down strct to tl ly occupied by San leis cijjr store lie ond door from Herndons corner invites his old patrons and the public genpromptly Customers erally to call Every thing clean and first waited upon 12 class and the best of work done mile track sire of Vi rac it old in 2 McGregor 2 rs old in w Red iidi public tna world e 240 at - LOT NO 3 niii in ire ot center of U -l-- n Â¬ rner to with line thence k rth ot is J01 J in lii own Id that any colt ot Grimm 100 cash with l TERMS When Mr S L Midlutt came to Rich- of brecdii llure mond a few years ago he opened a small Vasco an J Vatican are almost full shop and did all the work himi ef with biothers itican the best By careful attention to year old ruc record and time to spare 1 year old race record business and the execution of the best B II NEALE extended until two work his patronage assistants could not keep up with the deMr Midkitf then built a three RY mands KENTUCKY story shop of wide proportions and emAny arploys half a dozen workmen SHORTEST AND Oj 1CKEST BETWEEN ticle in wood or iron done in city st le and V- at low rates Â¬ Hl line th Norih line stake comer thence North 31 a stake on rijit Ii B Ky to t li- - 1 to I N a South 427 feet to a right-of-wa- M1DUHD Ilys latter on y stake on K thence with ieet mile i ike in center of -- 4 Â¬ Pres MATRIMONIAL Mias Mary Belle Martin and Mr Rich- Â¬ ard W Boulware will Ihj married at ScSO oclock this evening at Mt Zion church this county The bride is a daughter ot Dr Will Martin of Kingston Mr J C Taylor and Miss Iuia Merritt were married at Whit Hall in Madison county Ky on Thursday January 21th 1891 Rev B C llagerman performing the ceremonv Attendants Miss Ber- nice iuui and Mr James iibson At the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs W P Adams in this pin Tuesday February rd at N oclock p Mr W T Edwards and Miss Mary in B Adams Attendants- - Mini Mattie McCollum and Mr Gardner Wallace Mr Ben Ferrill and Miss Pattie Grata were married at the Palace Hotel in Cincinnati on Thursday February 5th The groom is a son of Capt Tom Fer rell and the bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs John Green all of the Red House neighborhood Â¬ Madam Scott tells the mysteries of the Consult Madam pa6t present and future Scott at Homer Baxters Main srleet 6-corner Collins iii Rooms far Krat Four nice rooms for rent in McKee ASK FUR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND building over W A Powells clothing house corner Main and First streets Time Suitable lor offices or bed rooms Apply Trains run by Central Standard Time Table December 15 1S90 MRS E BURGIN to 31- W P Baxter painter and paper hanger does the best work See him and get a good job 29- Â¬ thence with road South 18 IIS feci to beginning contai Only direct line between 11 9 10 a Frankfort Georgetown Paris aad I will also at the same time and Richmond 2To Cmnibus Transfer place Cincinnati and Frankfort RENT OUT at public auction the same prop he ben- Â¬ erty for the ye the pur efit of the rent r in the manner to be announced at the tii I Â¬ Â¬ TRAIN Frank Kindtrgartei Miss Florence Hood will receive pupils hristian in Kindergarten basemert of Church on and after Mjndav January She has just completed a spec5th ial course in a Cincinnati training school i 7 Â¬ 3 SO 5 4 4 4 i0 Â¬ s P si 23- TK 11 Â¬ Doneison has a quantity of new Sulkies Surries and buggies of the newest and most popular pattern and at very reasonable figures 5- be ma is a dandy with a pencil Mrs Kllen Gibson and 6ou John rin wnile The frontispiece to Harpers MagaKothe1 he child - tl wlnl suzine for February is a portrait of Edwin I he It will ra It Sold by Drool Booth engraved by Frank French from world Scents a buttle 6 Wmii jW sothlni syrur the painting by John S Sargent at the Players Club New York A poem on W P Baxter does not do yc Mr Sargents painting written by Thom- half price but does you a good job for a young man indicted for holding up his as Bailey Aldrich will appear in the same a reasonable price See him if you are hand when the preacher said If there Number of the Magazine going to have any done it - ver inllC Vas Fr Wniwwi flftj tcau t On by ind twelve m purchaser will be required to give with good security for the ient of th purchase money gal interest from the day i c Train S E SCOTT tt GRASSVALE 1st hidden In the tills t could not Why In of covrsc hear tbe reply that suit I ordered a week EIGHTEEN BROWNED Aa Overwhelming Bash of Water From One Mine Into Another It lay there like a nov flake In tbe boaoaa of aroae Against the mountain or the eaat the east winds vainly preaaed And the mountains stoppeC the fury of the storm burst rasa tbe w JTJosr st But the Grasrrsle people wa ted for a railroad And tunnel throuirh the moaotalas and wind vn irrn Throng the weed crown atreeta of Qraaarate meu would saunter to and fro Andtc bow when the railrt d came the little would grow v cot i morning while Charles Boyle and Pat- were Coll Leviston of rick laspteea la then-- fancy and two a hole in engaged in drilling their chamber in the lower clift ara the rtshUsa In sack Out i Co at of No 1 slope of J C Hayden housewifes small front yard Jeanesville they broke into the old No r went rooting down lace boulevard o slope that has been idle for five years and had been flooded to the mouth with Eten- d lii maclc sunrise all the eastern Wm Brislin a driver was water And J driving at the bottom of the slope when iaa Ills sunset banner from the topmost western peak he felt the w ind coming and cried out But moats grew on the bosses where no paint Boys for Gods sake run for your yet appeared In a lives or we will all be drowned As the Caee that hat no beauty la tbe first to s beard moment the force of water came and Brislin barely escaped with his life Tbe chimney of the old town hall was thrown Besides him six others were saved And they struck a rusty funnel through the bot They are Henry Gibbon John Neems tom laj w i ie Charles Boyle William Covle door- At the Baptist church the steeple blew off one tender and Patrick Coll The tempestuous day rose rapidly and before any attempt And they left it as a rewlerrou waars heaa could be made to rescue the rest of the could go and lay workmen water flowed in and in fivo The preat dream of the railroad banished their minutes time the slope which IS HALIFAX IS THAT SUIT OF feet deep was rilled to the mouth and i h they had a suit cf clothes but once In SUITS thir few hours Ik this was a mere oversight Itll be up eighteen men who but a left the bright For they reasoned when the railroad should ith light hearts ooaoe winding dowr their way at six sunshine and clear sky to descend into They should have s pair of trousers almas And If not the dark cavern of ccal were buried in every other dsy 1 say b would be np at six Didnt watery graves and their lifelei And we all wait for our railroad while our Make all your arrangements to go to black rimmed and maimed are alorie with thistle that party left to tell the terrible cost of mining Lay and listen In our raBaf for the locomotives When he came np at six and failed to coal find the suit he turned five shades Yes we build up mighty railroads In our COST OF THE INDIAN WAR nested bra whiter Going to the phone he yelled While we ought to climb our as to the tailor The Total Will Not Be Far From Two just foot it to the train Where in Balifaec is that suit of Million Dollars Yankee Blade I mine The New York Heralds Washington Tailors reply unheard special says An estimate sent to MIL BOWSER No it hasnt What do you mean Congress by the Secretary of War to by such conduct supply a deficiency in the QuarterTailors reply unheard masters Department tells the story of Bom of His Eccentricities as Be Â¬ Yes if it comes at seven sharp but the cost of the Indian campaign just lated by Mrs B not a minute later Vou folks down Tht round sum of SI 300000 is there must have all been on a drunk asked for the principal items of which What He Knew About Corns The IMf- - this week are 035016 for transportation of ferenre Between a Drees Maker Is it coming at seven I asked troops and supplies and S187 and a Tallnr Hls Wifes Certainly I didnt expect it before extra clothing camp and garrison Itevengrful Work but wanted to Lurry em up a little equipage necessary to fit out for Well I hope it will come the winter campaign 70000 to replace HAD been suf Â¬ Hope It will come and thats all horses broken down in the campaign fering with a there is about it and for the purchase of ponies and ShT- soft corn for But seven oclock came without the 000 to cover the difference in cost of about a week suit It didnt rae at half past nor at supplies purchased for troops in the re Mr Bow eight and Mr Bowser called up the field and the contract prices at the post r suddenly in Â¬ I central and was told that the tailor from which the troops were drawn quired shop was shut up He danced up and There were other expenses under the W hat on down rapped on the box kicked earth makes eat and tcld the baby to shut up the supply department that will probably and bring the total cost of the campaign up imp as you finally he sat in a chair and looked at sum sufficient to have walk me in a cold i ty way given the Sioux the 8100000 annual apI Well how about dress makers I propriation promised them for a period know as I did asked of twenty years limp I have a Not a wo d Mrs Bowser not a Knew the Judges Falling word I see how it is l m yes He stepped jauntily out of the patrol How what is he fools are not all dead wsgoa when it stopped in front of the More of your revengeful work iih for you or any other wanted to get even with me and You station house and inquired Is there you o 5 feet into more than one police judge in this have done it mil have a dozen town But what id I do il ways come from wear- No was the reply Never you mind Let your own con- Â¬ Then there aint much choice as to science answer Im going down town dol- Bet you a million He and if I shouldnt return to the house where you get tried is there iey du Cant come any you can communicate with any lawyer mused Is this one of the kind that and a man or woman who you see fit likes to tell funny stories nx small for them I guess 60 What do you want to But he was home and in bed by published to the public at eleven and glad to drop the know for subject n compos mentis Well Cap Ill tell you if you can Detroit Free Press he above con- only get the judge to tell a funny story that Mr Bowser GOOD PIGEON LOFT and then laugh at it yourself right as he came home to supper The Plan for Its Construction Presented hearty like it means a light sentence 1 queried sure In Detail It was a knowledge of human nature A comfortable and inexpensive pigeon von are lame loft can be constructed on the following that was evidently acquired by years of ochl In not one of the lame plan Procure six locust or cedar blocks experience Washington Post twe feet high and having inverted tin I was sure that he was tmcomfortr A Financial Dlncussion pans upon them to exclude rats place if not suffering but nothing more Old Man Moneybags facetiously them in two rows three on a side mak- Â¬ until after supper Then he ing the rows sixteen feet Ion and six Come my dear arent you going to ad Â¬ d when I went up feet apart and upon this foundation vise me Heres a man that wants me minutes later I place to lend him S10000 on his Atchison stock the buiding The sills an with Ids shoe and sock off inch scantling the side sills sixteen feet Now what do you advise me to do vas ccld and I thought I Young Wife Why you know that I long the end sills sis feet long Blace rub it a little you know he exone end of t le frame towards the north dont know- any thing about money plain Old Man Moneybags Dont know and erect uron the sills fourteen studs ser youve got a corn of tart tawjh scantling Five of these any thing about money Thats pretty erstuds stand upon each of the side sills good when you made as much in one Im certain of It Hold your foot up one in the cntor of the north end sill day as I have made in all my life Younfr Wife Why when was that and two on the south end sill for door My f xrt Is cold thats alL Old Man Moneybags uproariously uds fasten 2x4 inch like to see a corn come on posts Ot Id plates and with ftxS taeh rafters five When you married me Young Wife Yes but all my friends feet lon- - to allow twelve inch pro Â¬ Hold it up here There There jection of roof we have the frame com- Â¬ have told me that I couldnt have made Mr Bowser if tliat isnt a corn between plete Boston Courier The roof can be made of boards a worse bargain Tour toes then I never saw one Its a cut five feet long and nailed perpen- Â¬ Tolerably Tough Country dicularly or it can be covered hori-Â¬ I was told the other day of a vert zontally by planks sixteen feet long They said two cats The floor is laid the entire length of poor country the loft and the south end and the sides could not raise a row on it and they nre inclosed with galvanized wire net Â¬ have to manure it to make brick anil ting means next to the north end have to soak peas in warm water to which is lxarded up solidly from the make them sprout A hog leaned up floor to the ridge of the roof Next to against a potato patch fence for a rest this end the sides are also boarded up and fell through The owner called his I six last on the east and west sides to dog but the fool doe was too thin to shelter the nesting placer These run and his master put him on a wheel- Â¬ are built by shelves fastened to the barrow and followed the hog and the dog barked until the hog gave up the ghost then both were put in the wheel Â¬ barrow and dumped outside Fayette viUe Ga News Via YVU Every ntgbt to Durkeea gwcery came a crowd Â¬ Sffoo I Tailors reply uuneard Eighteen men entombed in watery You havent Thats pretty idea Â¬ Do you mean to fail me that suit Isnt graves mark the result of the most aw ful mine disaster that has ever occurred finished in the vicinity of Hazelton Pa Jeanes Tailors reply unheard Well you see that you do If Its ville the pretty little mining village of Co two miles across one minute after fix Ill leave the suit J C Harden the mountains from Hazelton is the on your hands re- How about try dressmaker I scene of the disaster which has life suited in such appalling loss of asked as he bung tip the trumpet desola which has brought How about notoiruj Dress makers and deliberately perjure themselves while tion and anguish to so many homes and At 11 oclock Wednesday dear ones OLIVER PLOWSM I l RUFF W j HAS wT o V C FITZPATRICl IN j J fesM53Sffli A JF PRECISELY WHAT YOU WANT WE RE FEU TO KITCHEN Â¬ j THE UNSURPASSED I WATCHMAKERJEWELER Bgg t - Ssssai F- -- DEAIKK IV- - Watches Clocks Jewelry etc Silver slid Plated wsr Special sttentiou given to FBTTINQ DIAMONDS ajPaS ns WIr AXD OTHEK PRBCKHM BTONEH yM SHACKELFORD DEALERS IN ALL KINDS REPAIRING Promptly done ami in s work maul ike LEXINGTON BELLE HAUGE AND mauuer Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver F3H SiJXjTH to Â¬ GENTRY OF- - Dont forget the place next door the Post office KicImuud Ky 30- - COOK STOVE sss Shaes PATPPTAal W I Doaalaa every are salr IAU 1 1VI1 warranted and on bottom price stamped his name and 1 Hamware Tmwarfi BLACKSMITHS iW fnoufinware MWUvunv House Tl m I 1SD11 Ms 40- AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL PLOWS I AM AGENT FOR- - Roofing and Guttering1 Hhhmom KT Mircli 19 1888 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds The Vulcan 2 s5L -- ad 3 didnt W A POWELL FARLEY THE ONLY CORNER HOUSE CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND COR- Â¬ ke Chilled I Â¬ THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT EVER MAI ALSO THE FAMOl S W One of the oldest houses L DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN - NER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS EVERYTHING IN THE KEEPS LINE OF in Flae Calf and Laced Waterproof sralo The excellence and wearlne qualities of thin shoe be better shown than by the strong Kentucky keeps a variety of cannot of Ui thousands of constant wearers endorse ment sfnnine Hand which an elegant and SeOO strllsh dress Shoe armed commends Itstrlf O HAME8 COLLARS A fine calf shoe IKON for blackIfnnd aewed Well WROUGHT tOO unequalled for stvl and durability soodyrar Welt is the standard dress S950 HOES RAKES a O smiths WHEELS SPOKES SO SO Shoe atmapopular priceis especially adapted n Police w AHfor railroad menShoe farmers etc made lu Congress Button and Lace KIMS and other supplies for Â¬ 3 SHOE Big Injun Sulk BACKHANDS AND Til PORKS SHOVELS CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING wagon makers Best makes of Fine hare been most favorably received since Introduced and tbe recent Improvements make them superior to any shoe sold at these prices direct to factory enclosing advertised price or postal for order blank a AV 3 2 SHOES Ha ladTCs FARMING IMPLEMENTS Ask your Dealer and If he ca inot supply yoa Mad Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIJ m DOUGLAS Brocktoj Mas Unerware Hats Gloves lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION Headquarter fr FIELD SEEDS Sold by Jack Freeman Valises Umbrellas LINE of HARDWARE and best brands of STAPLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT TTlTirara A SPECIALTY for CASH PowersHagan DRUGGISTS Corner Main and First Streets Coil And See My Goods t costs you nothing to look through my choice stock and I am sure you will be pleased flWConie to the house where your fathers and WC FITZPATRICL Of Â¬ grandfathers bought their goods half a century a So GREAT7PROPOSITI03 RICHMOND KENTUCKY W L FAELEY PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded day and night by an experienced physi cian and pharmacist 33- - W A POWELL Successor to John Farlev pic f ouricr -IN CONNECTION Journal BSl wBKlfc5 NSNrTWawB UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAIj MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF MAM CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new ami of the very latest pallerns They are for sale If miii Ill ilie most lexsiuialile terms want a vehicle come ami see nie ami vou wont g home without one 5 WITH THE- - Hail ff WC E I I W Ml BOWcl GOT A COR soft corn It comes from a tight shoe n been pinched until they a3asscJ anw4scSgajSjBwwfcelJ Errw K SEl99a3Si I back of the loft and divided into two compartments each three feet long the shelves themselves extending the 1 He drovi me out of the room and whole width of the loft or six feet CONTAGIOUS ELEGANCE r but I had the satisfac- - The shelves are six in number and one foot deep thus forming twelve nesting g tiat he suffered for a f Tho nearest he owned pens ana such a loft will accommodate who hen he came home and twelve pairs of birds although a smallser numtx r would be preferable In the Carbuncles accompanying cut one side of the Tered oarding is partly left off to show more THE CHICAGO ROGK iSLNQ RAILWAY tgs It would have put plainly the appearance of the shelves in Including main lines branches and Sllsiialmn Eaat and West of the the sheltered recess of the loft The of a carbuncle between Missouri River To all points East North and Northwest from Kansas front of the pens are not nailed but seÂ¬ City to Rock Isljand DavenDort Des Moines Chlcnsro and via AUii LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pip stone Worthinarton tiiciz Palls Wetr cured by buttons to admit of their reÂ¬ There are several town Minneapolis St Paul ted Intervening towns nud citios it is tho moval fcr the purpose of cleaning orld you never heard of short direct route In connoction with lines from St Louis Cincinnati In tht foregoing plan for the con- Â¬ Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points convergringr at smart as yoti ore Kansas City it also constitutes Â¬ s to come up struction of loft with necessary dimeni THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM vening in time for a party to w men sions given we need only add that in ul been invited At six oclock he the southern gable a hinged shelf 30x13 THE MISSOURI RIVER inches may form an exit for the birds began to grow uneasy and queried It traverses vast areas of tho richest farming- - and grazing lands in tho if full iberty is desired and we will world forming- tho speediest most popular and economical system of Why on eArth didnt yon have it here transportation to and from all cltiss towns and sections in Kaneas Col- Â¬ proceed to the consideration of the loft ug orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining- Chair Cars b stween is hinged at the furniture This shelf Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodg e City and Pullman It wasnt done Mrs Gsrrity Pfwhat divils machine Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Iutchlnson Ti given your bottom and is closed by a rope running have yez on th tebble Dinnis hould have order farther ahead Mrs Bowser you over a pulley at the top of the aperture MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Mr Garrity Im afther radin thot which is just the size of the shelf are a very soft mark Leading- all competitors In splendor of eouipment cool in summer warmed Thus when the rope is drawn the shelf its all th shtyle now fer th upper tin by steam from the locomotive in winter well vontilatod and free fro ji Idust But the dress will be here by sevÂ¬ leave Kansas City and St Joseph dcilv on arrival of traiis from tho closes upward and when the rope is re- Â¬ t bur rn th candle at both inds av it en o clock Judge and Southeast r with elegant Dav Coaches Pullman Pelace Sleepers and FREE Reclining-Cnr-it you two farms to a cent Never laxed the shelf opens downward and Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Denver Colorado Sp inps and Pueblo makirp tops only important in Â¬ Came in Randy for the Boy knew any thing of yours to come np resting upon its supports forms an tervening stations in K erb Dinirip Hotel- - at conThe shapely arm of a lady in very four hours of the time alightitg board for the birds venient stations west of K as Oitv ph furnish ueicioua meals For fjed a hopper may be used but humble circumstances tt seasonable hours and at modem in Saginaw promised This is a nice state of n- it is preferable to feed by scattering Mich made her long to display them I must say THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE the grtin upon the floor of the cage in s pair of 82 button gloves o dress will come She Crorts Cescnd 1o Manltou Pikes Peak the Gar morrow and we might twice daily and never more than the squeezed the price of them after weeks Falls Idaho Springs tha mou pigeons will eat entirely at a meal of saving from the money given by her rfcsorts huntr as well make up oar minds to stay at bule Exprosa Trains An eat then ware dish covered with a husband for household expenses horr Two tbut can add to safety roi to an also make close connections at I tiea in It was there at half past six and he wooden board nailededges inch strip days after she purchased them she saw a Union Pacinc upon the of the bowl her little boy wearing them on his legs it of it by saying that it was a which rests forms a convenient drinking vessel out in the street and they came abovo h fesaMMaaW ofsfce ti vr further A The b rds can insert their heads under his knees Toledo Blade probably commit suicide jard and drink with r he ordered a new suit stip-- the edffe of tin E ST JOHN JOHN SFA3TAN water The bottom of Liable to Dnty re to be sent up at ct a Pa s CHICAtiU ry part of the loft Editor Why isnt Kiplings latest Doon on a c rtai u day We were to go ith sand and fine story in on time to a party that night and at breakfast gravel and it will be very conducive to Assistant Just got it through the G I queried the heilth of the birds to supply them custom house They wanted me to pay DR G Do you feel certain of your new in one corner of the aviary with a box duty suit of sal cat This compound may be Editor The idea Do I feol certain that I live he re-- manufactured by mixing clay and old Assistant Yes thats it they said it h a grand wave of his hand mortar together and wetting the was far fetched Munseys Weekly t it may not come up mixture with brine until it is about the And the sun may bust its biler and consistency of mortar prepared for Food of Cattius a S arell icces arable to earth The clock plastering Dashley Have you heard of the ad-Â¬ It can then be put into a COLLECTORS not have struck twelve before that box p srf orated with holes large enough venture of HiroUer at Monne Carlo Cashley No what was it for tlie insertion of a birds beak and when he came np to dinner I had here i t will soon become hard and dry Dashley Why he stabbed a lord no salt had arrived there P fr Hunter in Poultry Monthly parcel boy is taking it Cashley You dont say to Well he alow he answered was always a great feUow for cutting It will be here Economy Didnt Pay Ig re America BotwwH Thats rather a sweU board-ing-- h a sweU vasnt Be waited ten min- Â¬ use you are stopping at Gazzle utes over time and then went to the ton How He Became Deaf hone and called the tailor up sad id give attention to the Jones How did you become deaf Buy sell and i Gaseleton Why yes I tried a cheap- Â¬ said vss born that way I Real Estate a er oat but I couldnt afford it I fell tails in all I suppose that aoit has started oat its away so that I had to boy a new suit in ear below and I up six weeks Harpers Bazar But it is A man or woman who will wear shoes too small for them Â¬ Â¬ 1 l The Professors Advice student in writing upon some his- Â¬ torical subject had quoted from an eminent author When the time came for his theme to be criticised the professor pointed out an error in the construction of a sentence The student thought to pe the criticism by showing that it was in the portion w hich he had quoted but the professor stopped the discussion by saying If I were you I would not quote when I could write better myN E Magazine self A Â¬ Medicines Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS c AMERICANIZED ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA FOR 8 CTS A DAY DATE 250 a Month for One Year THE - ONLY - ENCYCLOPEDIA - COMPLETE - UP - TO - JOHN DONELSOX HilHlfel ill t fun Inflammation of KiUufys Iiver andan I llnUtos lnWaddf r Irc itnui aiaeaaea or ine i nuary urgana i npii umigeKuon uur hlomacb Dropsical AftHrtiona pauiiCUCK iit auttcne i w ama m- ptt POWER HAGAN iirr It is a Dictionary of Arts Science and Literature added descriptions of American Cities with a Origin and Growth 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