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TO VOLUME ATTORNEYH 11 K UlIlNED LETTERS A Fire in the New York Post Ofllco Building It I Caused by Electricity Â¬ i s 1376S Trj l HS JC V5r j CCTCT O ujCTqgeiwriZjIL jpjii VLJXll 18 0 IV RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY an intention to beeonss a Catholic or he could not have received that sacrament As I never talked with General Sher man in my life I do not know what his General Sherman Defeated in His views wer mocuAPny or a iipro 1891 NUMBER 36 POWELL Rk DEATH THE VICTOR Last and Greitest Fight KENTUCKY STATE NEWS KENTUCKY CENSUS Population by Counties According to the Revised Official Count Adair 54SB 1371 Knott Allen Anderson Daliard 13898 10 010 FLFTY FIEST CONGRESS Second Session Washington Feb 9 scnatb At is oclock tbe unfinished business was laid before the Senate which was Mr riarrw motion to ATTORNBT AT LAW Kknti hmond a vegetable Purely entirely of rootscompound and herbs from William TORNElS-AT-LA- KlMllKV g the forests of Georgia and has been used by millions of people with the best results It Flnt CURES All manner of Blorxl diseases from the lestiicrous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited booJ tiint such as Scrofula Rheumatism rrh and j Rich SlLUVAJt ra t ia w KtM s N pal m riiiv in KGIN - SrcHioacER Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed tree swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga DENTIST Rkh W a KtSTllKV riwoir lothlnc i JM RIFFE and Gas Fitter 1 v R AS I E hEXTiChr Sanitary Plrabw Lancaster O February B 1WJ He was tho sixth child and was adopted by Thomas Ilwinc and alt In Lam The Old Hero Forced to Give Up until 1836 when he entered the Military Academy at West Point graduating from the Unequal BMtle His Brill- Â¬ that Institution in IsO standing slrth iant Military Careor la a class of forty two members He received his first commission as a Second Lieutenant In the Third Artillery July MB and was sent Hi UMAN rj DKAI with that commandto Floridx Nov Vnr YuiK Ieb 4 Ceneral Sher 30 1841 he was promoted to On First a mun died at 150 y m after a lirave tenancy In 1843 on his return from a short be be an the study of law birnggle lor lite 1 not in ii eondition Friday which lillel to make it a profpssion but to ren many meiKb with hope that der himself a more intelligent soldier In broke out he the le would win the battle gave way to when troop- Mexican warrata where he wa aewith aanaiagyinptoms which eanaed the at Adjutant General to General Stephen W tendh mnce that Kearney On his return in I8B0 he was mar her the end wi rapidly approaching The ried to Ellen Boyle Kwiug at of friend Bkeiubeil of iiis family were hastily father his old He was then bcine a Secretary in Captain appointed the Interior summoned to and remained the commissary depai r 21 villi him to tie end From Seeretary ls50 but resigned in 1853 and was appointed manager of a bank In San Francisco but Barrett it was learned that tieneral his in Sherman had remained unconscious to subsequently astook np tor aresidenceLouis New York agent St the last dying with 3 visible pain i8Vi rti be farm in practiced law In General Egbert L Viele is authority Leavt uworth Kan and thp following year be for the statement that General Henry came superintendent of the Louisiana State Military Academy It was while he was actY Sloeum has been selected to take ing in this connection that Louisiana charge of the funeral arrangements and Gen led Union from the will take pbsee at St liurial eral Sherman promptly resigned his office All night long flninisl Sherman On May 13 liil he was commissioned wavered between life i nd linsth and Colonel of the Thirteenth Infantry with int jtitinued to Ight bravely hopeless structions to report to General Scott at Wash I 1 1 Tecumseh Sherman was born In of a Little Newsboy Fatal ISurning Barren Hath Hell Uoonc Bourbon Boyd Boyle Bracken Breckinridge J A HM WILKES SM1TU x Kk - ER IN ALL KINDS OF KlNTl M Ikl Olfiee CEiDEllfHS AND GLOBES MORGAN D D S BUOAD KENTUCKT Llioiiil GAS FIXTURES BATH TUBS HYDRANTS rnv LIZ - iiv M - D V AND SURGEON KfMUKl jK JIL BLACK A VHTStClAN AX SURG Rkii House Ky til all kindj of Mill Supplies HOSE - Plumbing done in the Latest Mod rlLLJENNIN 1 em lVTICKl Null iiial LV ANDSURGEON K ii I SANITARY STYLE All ias Pipes put in aceonling lo llif Xcr- in- Oom pany - KlM B- - V - - - Kent kites 1iuj t EKE II X 7 i i VY SURGEON Kknti a ill rtfYif r J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medi MIORTIM AMI OJ ICKEST IKTWKIX ine and Surgery CiDcinnati and Frankfort ctween KlAIHkl Frankfort ir K RIcTnnaml tftarfetova Paris and ITo Osuiibu Traute VIA KY MIDLAND N sK PHI Trains run bj Tin- Time V - rilisu No 7 IAN AND SURGEON 3 20 34 u 13 N 12 25 11 4 j Uf 1 3 4 LETOUKK 3 JC NAND SURGEON Kcni i 11 27 m 5 l Ar K Hui 11 iiiB Mail M - TV W BRIGHT V iY- I V Rk in Kimukv ticttl 4 5 V 20 35 k i iiil ilulli Ar Ki 5 C UOLTON Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon btMTUCKV Trains daily except Sunday GEO B HARPER Gea Supt Vernon IllC Clark Gen Pass Ajjt Vk General Office lileduiiitst MMt t M nkfokt Ky HAN llOOKKH HUMPHREYS and natty r itbftarcaMaiidfori ru Somewhat difficult for him to breathe but otherwise be was not suffering From 30 oclock n General Sherman continued to fail At U in it was stated that his death was but a question of min A son of General Sherman called on a Times reporter at th newspaper headquarters near the Sherman residence and severely arraigned him for printing a statement concerning tho administration of extreme unction to General Sherman by a Kemaii Catholic Mr priest Shermans vehement objection was to what he con- Â¬ strued to be a statement in the articlo that Rot Father Matthew A Tay- Â¬ lor was admitted quietly into the house and that tliere had been great secrecy a1ut it He admitted extreme red to the Gen unction was eral at the request of the family It was true that General Sherman was gasping for breath at the time and might not have been conscious of what was going on aoout him Mr Sher Â¬ man declared poritively that his father was not a Roman Catholic and r consented to had neithi reeeh General Shermans children Had asked the priest to administer the last rites of the Roman Catholic ehureli to their father and it had been done There had been no secrecy about it whatever Senator John Sherman has sent to the Times Â¬ Sherman was put in command of a le in Tylers Division On August 3 a Brigadier General he was made was sent to be second of volunteers an to General Anderson In In command On account of broken health Kentucky was relieved from tho Anderson General command and General Sherman succeeded bim on October 17 Just after the capture of leral Forts Henry and Don Sherman was assigned to the Army of In tho great battle of the Tennessee Shlloh Shermans division served as a Ho wa i wounded in the sort of pivot hand duriog the njjut but refused to leave General Halleck declared that the lleld Sherman saved the fortunes of the day on the 8th and contribu tory of the 7tb rman was always fC conspicuous for Judgment and dash He was made a Major Gea ral next and on July 15 he was ordered to Memphis On account of brill iant services in tho VIeksbur campaien he was appointed a Brigadier General On October 11 1803 General Sherman was ordered to take his corpj to the relief of General liose skehmax bo back into ttttle Jirly in the evening the physi- crans wafterhad been forced CbickamaugaOhatta the Vattle of On cians knew that the eud was approach rning of the 2ith Sherman pursued the fcug slowly hut smely enemy by the roads north of Chlckamauga The swelling of the face and neck had disappeared but and everywhere destroyed the rebel communi During these operations General with the subsidence of the symptoms of catoni was besieged at Knoxvtiie Sherman nsrnstilr canse the development of marches to his relief and after Lung trouble complicated with a return m marched back to Chattanooga of the long standing asthma Mucous After General Grant had been made Lieu Sherman a once more t aeenmulate in the tenant General heofassigned Generaldivision to the command the military of of passive the Mississippi and th 19 On February pneumonia apparent ral Sherman received the thanks of Con r Ms senices in the Chattanooga cam At 4 oelock Dr Alexander noticed a en April 19 he received his orders to change for the worse 1 was slight to move against Atlanta His forces then con ire but the traine i eye of the uo men with 254 guns while tho friend and physician saw an ominous Confederate army under Johnston was com Sherman posed of 620UQ men in it clock the ice repeated who gradchange had Innarked that Dr ly attacked the enemy ually Ms back On July 17 Sherman began Alexander sent a messenger to summon the direct attack on Atlanta In a number of Dr Gree y afterward other severe sorties the Union forces were victorious mess were sent to sum and on September 1 the enemy evacuated thp mon Uentcnants Thackera and place Sherman immediately moved forward fo covered Fitch When they had come still an- Â¬ the works that city His Savannah and soon army captured other mctcsnger went to summon Dr Sao miles that twenty four days had marched in through the Jaiiewny All this time General Sher heart of Geor la and had achieved a wa- made a H victory Sherman man was constantly growing weaker splendid al and received ihe thi The will power whfoh had kept hiin tor his triumphal ma eh Sherman left S v fc ioug was breaking down Not nah In February and soon flanked Chat a bit left with lied its evacuation and enter I on whl the and mightiest lumbus He thence openiug a com foe Be made the last rally of his Ufa moved on Goldsboro by the Cape munication Fear river Finds With Schotleld at Gr All the family were about the Gener Â¬ boro received news Johnston of Lees and al when Dr Janeway arrived at 7 sent word to Sherman asking surrenderterms on what oclock Another consultation was held he would r Sherman i which was re ir laneway left nt 830 A glance at made a ba- pudiated by the Government as being too s told the story L The General determined not to r All hope is gone he said The Washington but finally did s al re General may live B few hours longer quest of the Presii atook on May 33 From June 7 Re sertainly can not last throughout he the Then this bulletin came from militaryMarch 3 1S69the was In command of ihe d vision of a tho n nils house of appointment serai of the army r consultation declare Ti Iieutenant-GenSherman wia now he teat lent of tho ar lie erman uc There was no mi take alnuit it this Ith headquarters own request and in as before The erysipelas at Wa mcral-ln-Chihe had again set in and bronchitis order tall pay and had also attacked the sick man was all emolu At another report came from utter that the General resided in St the house through a friend of Louis but moved to the General He said that the dying New York where he be There was did not atman was ir no physical pain It v as ington te iial The New York post office building caught fire at 10H0 oclock Saturday night and hundreds of bags of ii papers were burned and thousands of letters will lie delayed in reaching their mtion A few minutes after 10 Oclock every electric light in the build- Â¬ ing was suddenly extinguished leaving very floor in darkness Following cants the smell of siaoke and the three hundred employes who wero at work distributing the mails stam- peded out of the building Scarcely had the last man reached the entrance on Mail street when a puff of smoke camo in from the engine room and envel- Â¬ oped the rear of the building Al- Â¬ though but a few minutes elapsed before the engines arrived the entire rear of the Tost office Building on tho basement and ground floors seemed to be on fire so quickly did it spread Tho firemen pulled a little newsboy from one of the ventilators who had evidently crept in there to get out of the cold He was terribly burned and was taken away In an ambulan e He died in tho hospital Sunday morning The tire was confined to the rear and lower portions of the building and Superintendent Hall with the aid of his staff of clerks Succeeded in removing the bulk of the mail to another portion of the building remote from the fire How the lire originated no ns to know but the genera impression is that it originated from a defect in tho electric lighting apparatus Most of tho damage to the mails was by water and the superintendent said it would take some time before it would le properly dried out for mailing The mail matter which suffered the most was iiewspa lers The loss to the machinery building and mail matter will not exceed 25000 Superintendent Hall said work would go on as usual Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 8880 J1490 4613 10S1J 12216 Knox LaKuo Laurel Lawreneu Lee Leslie 9433 13 747 1770 SJ03 S9S4 6920 14803 15912 9474 23813 Breathitt Bullitt Butler CaldwelL Calloweil Calloway Campbell Carlisle CarrolL Carter Casey Christian Clark Clinton Crittenden Clay Cumberland Daviess Edmonson 18in3 Lewis I4W1 Iiwln 181K Livingston 12C9 Logan s75 Lyon lSiilO McCracken K1 McLean U95C Madison 131 6 M igoffln Marion 14r5 Marshall 440s Martin TSM Mason 926c Meade DJfcl Menlfeerr llfn Mercer 4iS Metcalfe 1SI4 Monroe 1047 Montgomery 18119 Morgan 12417 Muhlenberg 8132 Letcher 7KS 21061 24H4S 9190 15 64S IMS 30773 9481 46S0 15034 9871 109KS 12307 11249 17 968 st Elliott Estill Fayette Fleming Floyd Nicholas 8005 Ohio IW14 Oldham 108Owen 35198 Owsley 0 Nelson 18417 10764 S246 6764 17678 5975 14346 Franklin Fulton Gallatin Garrard 16078 Pendleton 1126 Perry Grant Graves Grayson Green Greenup Pike PowelL Pulnski lil3S Robertson Pock Castle MVSM Rowan lGK i Kussell 11 M7 10001 4C11 631 4696 257il 4iV4 itn 11403 11111 941 CI29 6130 16546 10 Scoit Hairoek Hardin Hailan Harrison Hart Henderson Henry Hickman Hopktis Jackson Shelby tvlM Simpson 21314 Spencer CP 7 Taylor lti 1114 Todd 164 9 Trtgjr nW Trimble 14104 Union 11077 Warren 23V13 Washington 8261 Wayne 1 Kl 6700 MM li T140 182 30158 13628 14832 17196 17690 7180 Jefferson Jessamine Johnson Kenton HVis 11248 11037 51 101 Webster Whltely Wolfe Woodford 12fr0 1858635 Total for theState- - ADMIRAL PORTER DEAD A Chief Officer or lecii dy 9i VBTERINARr SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE iiiHry this letter this morniiu DrnllMtrj sad sterility a door In AX CUI Kv and are In fact and n tfnigKLne punc- - rld iitiliii Miiiint oilier IM1- - THOMAS B AYRES Iliarrliri I3 rnlr hut ouul 10 r Hit in I WoraFa v 5 funta t J3 JI U bUti DA VINO - kUtcUie Agency RETURNED I lira nidi hurt 1 IMtM nnr 2 Milt Hu K uuiiillilKor Ah LB j rk Inlaeai fay sksai MOM I In il E tate and the Collection t v ill Re linj of Ac thank you for our patron TO RICH in sivt mi md 21 20 UllUOiil 3j lrBrral llrllltl 21 Ktdnry DlMu NlTIIIB II i i i Shermans chamber txi administer the nte of extreme unction to the sick man the nature of a claim that he was a Catholic It is well knows ihat hU family other a devoted Catholic iu err faith aul now clini to it It Is equally well known that General Sherman and Mrcn are by inheritance education rod connection In a paraproih in your paper ir of an In g chamber in cident - ol his chil which woum dren now in deep ilNtiv wtich jnder the circumstances I d em it rpcr to wrrect Your re oner lot advantage was absence to Intro- Â¬ taken of my temp-T-rto a Catholic duce lentral Gentieuks ihollead W ecUtnes ns by PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Limestone Proprietor C Strict Opp LEXINCTON 0 repot KY New Building and Furniture SPECI FTC3 READ THIS We have el ck ao I rinary WrRkv 3 2 UiseoxMssaf ihel iiKlao or anit portpt on nedf niuvo Wixrau 144 pkm EtUtPHEETS MEDICINE CO Oor William and John Streets New York 100 Ml Chri- - ttan to and his tj Lumaae a 1111 lo deny of consolation children the was insensible at the time tho verge of death but If he 11 of his sad n the class or dcnomlna- rts or preachers Certain1 would at the request ut Oentrally Located BAR ATTACHED D Well Ihhtmd and Vektilateo of Dry par- i Gooi erently to tho Almighty for the v brother whether In a prayer or extreme unction and whether chcr or any other ottered by a pri good man who believed what be spoke and had an honest faith In his creed I hear that yenr a threat to obtain Information f the family shared in an tr if i RATES S2 and 250 per Day liiest mmediate- ed lo come forward ly Our affairs must be wound up CROOKE BIV MSTON jours The adi man of the sacram which I can not be leve you would for a moment tolerate We all teed charity for our fral but I can feel none for any one who wonld wound those already In distress Very truly John Sherman ission Tiient eralSher- e une- - S3000 Um oIUm ina I I FOR RENT ThVV r James M Byrnes had It was Wmrf I 4rr lu l rs over the store B Bi Wl AES StaTsxik1 li uMf MoUu- E C BOi But he I do not know said wr Amowt Collesrlcte s ther General Sherman received ex- War is ragin ut I certainly did it I do not know war was - Taylor did it or not started by ral Sherman must Jjave expressed on the annual exhibition of the seniors morning at his residence 714 II street Washington His death which was sudden resulted from fatty degenera- Â¬ tion of the heart which relentless dis ease asserted its fatal clutches upon him at Newport R I last summer when contrary to the persistent advice of his physician be overtaxed his strength by taking violent exercise and was stricken down with a complication of diseases including congestion cot the lungs and dropsy David Dixon Poster was born it Philadelphia June 15 l lie entered the navy as midshipman in 1899 and became Lieutenant in 1S41 In the first eighteen years of his service he is accredited with ten year- - sea service In the Mediterranean lie served in tho Mexican war and then returned to the coast survey On the discovery ot in California he obtained from the Xavy Department and for three years commanded a mail steamer between Xew York and the Isthmus of lanama He afterward returned to the navy and on the breaking out of tho civil war in 1601 was ordered to super sede a past Captain in the command of the steam frigate Powhatan which was dispatched to aid in the reinforcement of Fort Pickens For the expedition against Xew Orleans in 1801 Command- Â¬ er Porter organised and commanded a mortar flotilla and in lsij he was ap Â¬ pointed Kt ar Admiral and assigned to command the Mississippi squadron comprising in all US vessels For his serv- Â¬ ice in reducing Vicksburg he received a commission as Bear Admiral dated July 4 1888 In the i he co operated with General Banks in tho unsuccessful Red river expedition In October he was transferred from tho Mississippi to tho North Atlantic block- Â¬ ading squadron and directed to attack the defense of Wilmington He ap Â¬ ST heater peared before Fort Fisher on December and party he became well known M with thirty live regular cruisers at afterilinner speaker five ironclads and a reserve of nine- Â¬ Hj with his tan The General lived lly at ids house n rst street near teen vessels The iHimbardmeut con Central Park tinued throughout the next day and was x hildreu resumed on Jauuar by an aug inel Tecumseh mented naval force and kept up until of Bvsii the evening of the loth when the firing Heaman Mrs A Pl Thacs ora of lio emont Pa Mrs T V Fitch of and was stopped and the works were carried liachael and Flen Sherman Mrs by a combined body of soldiers sailors Sherman died two and marines Rear Admiral Porter was promoted to Vice Admiral Jul THE DEAL and became Superintendent of the NaThiiUKllils of Telegrams Keeeiveil by tho val Academy at Annapolis On the Family of the Laie General Sherman There wa s a crowd of people passing death of Parragut Porter succeeded him to and fro in front of General Shermans as Admiral his commission dating from house in New York from early morn- - August 18 li70 ing until late Sunday night There was Post Mortem Over a Lymph Victim nothing much to sec but the long crepe At Kansas City Cononet Langs streamers fluttering from the door ball dale concluded his post mortem and once in a while the face of of the family or friends within as they over the body of J 11 EUs the glanced out through a window Tho consumptive who died after being callers at the house were to many too bo inoculated at the city hospital with The coroner turncounted almost but only u few of them Kochs lymph went inside the majority merely leav ed over to the health department a cer- Â¬ ing their cards In the afternoon tha tificate of death giving as the causo two Misse s Sherman went out for a consumption No traces were found of drive but they were the only ones in any injurious effect from the use of the the house who left it for any length of lymph time during the day Generals Sloeum A Convict Who Killed His Guard Howard and Hutterfield spent the day Henry St John an escaped M ississippi in arranging for the funeral About eonviets was captured at Memphis Fri- Â¬ S000 telegrams have Ken received at day He was sent up from Greenville the house since the Generals death for robbery and with the assistance of Among the signers were W Q another convict killed his guard and got Gresham Joseph E Johnston Levi I sway about six months ago Since Morton John M Harlan R A Alger that time he has been at large in tho James G Blaine R A Tracy R 11 itvamps until he came to Memphis a Hayes J M Rusk John W Noble and week ago foreign ministers The preliminary ar- Arkansaw Farmer tnents for the funeral of the late A large number of delegates from the V Genera T Sherman have been made The funeral cortege should form Farmers Alliance and the Farm Indus- Â¬ at 1 oclock on Thursday next at the trial Union representing nearly every house in West Seventy first street and jounty in the State assembled at Little promptly at 2 oclock The fun- Â¬ Bock for the purpose of forming a con- Â¬ eral services proper will be held in St solidation of the two orders The mem- Â¬ bers of lioth organizations will meet on Louis Saturday afternoon two reorganize Keartng the En 4 Hope that had fed all day on encour- - elect officers and adopt a constitution dging reports from Geneva Shermans Ezgs By Machinery siek roou ca FridHy evening to James Survey of Parsons Kan has rrstre anxiety and at midnight even tho just received letters patent from Wash Â¬ most t of the Generals friends ington for his invention of an artificial prepared the to hear at egg The artificial is said to resemble any moment the announcement the natural product in all particulars A fter of his death 0 oclock The inventor says that he can manufac- Â¬ he grew more feverish than he ture at least one car load per day at a had been sinee Thursday and his vital- - cost of three cents per dozen with ma- Â¬ uO ity eblx d so fast that it did not chinery that v possible that he could retain sufficient Behrtng Sea Humor strength for another rally The accu- The Loudon News Friday morning mutation of mucus threatened to cause It is reported in ministerial death by suffocation and from this fate lays ircles that the Behring Sea negotiahe was preserved hour after hour only by the mi is attention on the tions promise a favorable conclusion part of the nurse and his physicians Bombai ded and Burning Co of New York Messrs Flint Firs Lottery C ram from f the Fed received ti The first burn Chili eral Lottery li ing Bio Tex Friday in the was and Ssm Alexander of Perils oft hn Mines lined ng lottery id Pox the only survivor of the h the mail in one case ticket t of a Nottingham and S o and costs each in two other year ago was la kitled hu - lit by t blast Â¬ the Inited States Xavy ilies siull nlj Admiral David D Porter died Friday lh Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ of Harlan County the man who made himself fa- Â¬ mous us the leader of the Law and Or- Â¬ der League which waged such a bitter warfare against Wils Howard was murdered by his son Sidney Lewis the other night The latter was a member of the Lattu gang and had made fre- Â¬ quent threats ognfasst his fathers life The judge fearing his son would carry them out bad him put under bond to keep the peace This incensed his son who went to his fathers home A wordy quarrel ensued when the son pulled a revolver and put five bullets into the judges body the latter dying instantly Kentccky postmasters commissioned the other day C D Davis Beverly Christian County F D Gray Hink Barren County G V Wells Newstead Christian County A Thompson Borne Daviess County F Rutherford Run yan Pike County J W KixoniKD colored who did the high handed murdering and has such a black record for crime was sen Â¬ tenced to the penitentiary for twen tj one years iiom Frankfort for the murder of Kktiard Hardin last summer in the penitentiary This is Kingbirds third term he havltg hen sentenced from the lower part of the State for lar- Â¬ ceny the first time On his release he was convicted and sent back for the second term of rix years for an attempt at rape His sentence was much easier than he himself expected Mks Elizabeth McKivify wife of Justice McKinley of the Inited States Supreme Court died at Louisville a few days ago on the ninety first anniversa- Â¬ ry of her birth Titr trial of Anthony Duncan for the brutal niurder of Dr Gorham commit Â¬ ted in Payette County on November 11 was given to the jury the other day andafUr thirty minutes deliberation they rt turned a verdict of guilty and fixed his penalty at death Thk Adjutant General has compiled under direction of the last Legislature a roster of the Kentacky soldiers in the Mexican war Thk latest assumption of metropolitan airs by Owensboro is a city election with a street car corporation taking a hand in it A n insurance man has compiled from the reports of the Insurance Commis-Â¬ sioner some figures showing the propor- Â¬ tion of osses to receipts by insurance companies in several of the larger towns of the State covering a period of six years from 18rM to 1890 Hopkins ville has hit the companies hardest its receipts from the companies being 1145 per cent of the premiums paid Bowling Green comes next with losses 754 per cent- - of premiums paid Paducah received back 689 per cent of its pre- Â¬ miums Owensboro 676 per cent Shelbyville 667 per cent Frankfort 635 per cent Louisville 633 per cent Covington 604 per cent Lexington 403 per cent Henderson 447 per cent and Maysville 825 per cent The people of Muhlenberg County are greatly encouraged by the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States rendered a few days ago revers Â¬ ing a former opinion and holding the county railroad bonds invalid The amount involved is 9400000 of bonds with accumulated interest since 1869 The debt has reached such proportions that its payment is almost an absolute impossibility and the burden has paralyzed the growth of the county for years Banks Dalton aged about sixty und John Mooney aged eighteen had a difficulty at Hazel Calloway County the other evening Mooney struck Dalton several times The latter In re turn drew a knife and cut Mooney sev Â¬ en times once through the neck five times in the baek and once just above the heart The wounds will prove fatal Iaris has spent S300000 in little over a year in improvements Nor has there been any boom about it Mb Goodnight introduced In the House the other day hills for the relief of R Harvey of Bristow Rowan County and Hardin Bo be its of lllwill Clinton Countv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ieoae Wilson Lews lay on tho lauie Mr lllairs motion lo recon- Â¬ sider the vote recommitting to tbe Committee on Education and Labor tho bill providing for the adjustment of accounts of laborers work- Â¬ men and mechanics arising under the eight hour law The motion to lay on the table was disagreed to yeas 29 nays 91 The question was taken on the motion to reconsider and II was disagreed to yeas 28 nays 29 So the bill stands recommitted to the Committee on Educa tion and Labor The Senate then proceeded to the eons deration of the House copyright bill After a long debate the lithographic amend Â¬ ment was agreed to yeas 27 nays 24 Hocsk The House passed the sundry clvU appropriation bill with an amendment provid ing for clerks for Representatives Tne Senate amendments to the fortification b li were con- Â¬ curred In anil a conference was ordered The House then adjourned Washington Feb 10 Skwate The House bill to establish the customs district of Tennes Â¬ see with a substitute constitut ng Nashrille Tcnn s port of delivery was taken up and passed The House bill to revise the wages of certain employes In the Government Printing office was taken up and passed with a substi Â¬ tute offered by Mr Gorman providing that all night employes be paid twenty per cent In ad dltton to tbe amount paid for day labor Tbe naval appropriation bill was taken up and the clauses in regard to the Hawa tan cable and a naval militia agreed to but the bill waa not dis posed of House The bill Increasing to f 100 a month the pension of tbe widow of General Custer Was passed The army and the pension appropriation bills were sent to conference The House then went Into committee of the whole Mr Dlngley iMi In the chair on the legislative appropriation MIL Without disposing of the bill tbe committee rose and tbe House adjourned WAsniKGTON Feb IL Srkatc The Ben ate adopted a resolution calling on the Secre- Â¬ tary of Ihe Treasury for the names of persons or firms offering sliver billion The consideration of tbe naval appropalailon bill was resumed the pending question being on the amendment In reference to the sit of a dry dock on the Pacific coast As finally agreed upon the amendment directs the Secretary of the Nary to acquire lat a cost not exceeding 1230001 a tract of 200 acres on Puget Sound at Port Orchard and to cause the erection of a dry dock not lss than 600 feet In length and seventy feet In width capable of admitting vessels drawing thirty feet of water the cost of tbe dry dock not to exceed iTUO000 The bill was then pass- Â¬ ed Hocsc Senate amendment to House bill to fix the rate of wages of certain employes of the Government Printing office was noo concurred in On motion of Mr Cu cheon Mich Senate bill was passed to establish a Record and Pension offioe in the War Department The House then went Into committee of the whole Mr Parson till in the chair on tbe legislative appropriation bill Without disposing of the Mil the committee rose AT COST Boots and Shoes Having decided to diseontinae the Boot and Shoe Department of my business THEY MUST BE SOLD I have marked EVERY PAIR down at PRIME COST Now is Your Chance to get whatever you want in the Root and Shoe line for a little money Washkigtoh Feb 12 Sknatk As 1 clock the Senate resumed consideration of the copyright hill the pending quest on being the amendment offered by Mr sherman to strike out the word prohibited and Insert the words subject to the duties provided by law so that foreign copies of books patented lo tbe United State shall cot t e prohibited but shall be subject to tariff duties As Senator Sherman was absent tbe copyr jht bill waa laid aside Informally and the Senate proceeded to the consideration of the Dstrlct of Columbia appropriation bill It was amended and passed A large number of pension bills were psaaed including House bill granting a pension of 1100 a month to General N P Banks An amend ment was offered by Mr Dawes to make It 1200 but owing to the opposition eihlblted he with o- drew the amendment EVERY amendment adopted House In the House the legislative bill was the order the time tioln occupied by a controversy in which Cannon Butterworth Gros venor and Lodge participated over civil service of Michigan to day Introduced a resolution to set aside February 19 for the consideration of the direct tax bill tbe previous question to be ordered at 4 oclock that day The letter of Grover Cleve- Â¬ land aganst free coinage of silver was read and Introduced Into the Record Washington Feb 13 Ssnatk The copyright bill was discussed and Senator Shermans Houss Representative Caswell PAIR WILL BE SOLD AND AT STRICTLY COST appropriations Washington Feb 14 Nothing of Import- Â¬ ance was transacted in either branch of Con gress to day and on receipt of the news of the leath of General W T Sherman both Houses adjourned until Monday Notes From the Capital One effect of the anti lottery act passed at the last session of Congress it is stated at the Post office Department is shown by the falling off in the volume of money onler postal n te and registered letter business at the New A statement Orleans post office of money orders paid during twelve weeks of last year as compared w ith the same period this yenr shows a decrease in number of liltHM and in amount of 000 During the same period the number of postal notes paid fell from 82VI3 M and the amount paid decreased f 110000 The Treasury Department has decid- Â¬ ed that merchandise imported and entered for warehouse prior to October 1 1S90 and which still remains in bond should be re lluuidatd by assessing duty on the merchandise covered there- by which may still be in warehouses The House Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds has ordered a favorable report on a substitute for the bill introduced in the House by Mr Flower of New York for the eveetfon of a new MOOOOOO Custom house in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Qftsa5lcmember that COST means what they cost me H J PILES FOR MEDICINAL STRENG Ill ECZEMA WOUNDS BRONCHITIS TAR 01D THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR SALT RHEUM SORES CROUP PILES BURNS c New York City issued a bulletin to the changes in floating equipment on the great lakes since 1886 In 18S6 the net tonnage of vessels used for transportation on the great lakes was 63465 in 1890 it had reached 8 26360 an increase of 191708 tons The estimated value of these vessels in was 530597450 and n IBM the aggre- Â¬ gate valuation was MalnfM an in- Â¬ crease compared with 1886 of 837531050 Onk of the most numerously attended weddings of recent years was that Friday of Miss Florence E Hodges and Clarence Ilysses Webster son of Colonel Webster formerly of General Grants staff The House Committee on Foreign Af- Â¬ fairs agreed though not unanimously to report to the House with some mod- Â¬ ifications the bill to incorporate the Pacific Cable Company in regard Â¬ Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book The tensusoffice has price 50 cents THR OI DtSOHP BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES TAR OID CO CHICAGO lll FREEMAN more than half a century the name of Freeman has before the public Dont you recollect that your usel to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to fit his pocketbotk and his ideas of value Now Freeman continues to make boots and shoes He also has a first class line of CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES in stock and can tit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where 19- Call at No 2 First Street FOIl DOMESTIC HINTS Cold meats are generaUy found more easy of digestion than worm ones Set a dish of water in the oven with cakes when baking and they will seldom scorch Even the broken tacks are helpful In this utilitarian age They are excellent for cleaning bottles Per old rubber rings of cans into weak ammonia water and they will re xyver their elasticity Salt and water quite strong andi ased persistently for a time will pre sent the hair from falling out Supposed BLHBHHOLHBHHHninaBaKHK HEATHS C T YVELLrt K B CARR Dead Arises Rudlnls Policy While a coroners jury was holding an Rome Feb 14 The new Italian Pre- - inquest over the body of micr Marquis di Rudini outlined the OrzeK at Detroit Mich Mrs Andrew who was sup- policy of the Government in a speech to have died Friday before the Chamber of Deputies The w man was discovered to be night tho alive No existing alliances of the Kingdom will physical- - had Wen in aUendnne be maiuta qx uditures of the case was probably one of catalepsy eminent cut d vi ii alive liOAL YAR UICT All Kinds of Coal WELLS CO TheOnlv Coat Yard in Toivd Only a pqusre from the Ooort dont have to send away oat to tbe depot You i Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Nut Lump and Anthracite 1 A I Riches ta Idml Powder SZ Baking DELIVERED To All Parts of the City Goal Delimei u U7 ut sf Tcwn Soft Coal and Anthracite Nut and Lump Coal a open at Myers old lumber yard Left at Whitea Drug Store Chenault il text to Hrcond Presbyterian church Hagana Quickest delivery iu town Lowe Co a Grocery or Powers Drug Store will receive prompt attention prices Tr c M C HEATH traxaLa at lie in your hat take riches Weekly wear Munsey a ABSOLUTELY PURE t ci THE CLIMAX SCH TIPTON lISHm -EVEKY WEDNESDAY BY A SLI6UT ALLIANCE TROUBLE- - Editor vast are agitated ovcrcprtain Co The railroad employees in the North mam A teiegnuu fn ax Printing A Wm G Wiiitt Cha SPowell PKB BAB PRICE 150 18 1891 Voflaciflty - - February negroes farmers Illinois says that the general organizer of the Railway Employes Club luartere at Mliiamaiiilia Mini sued a large audience of railrotd men in that city and will organize a club Tin the protection of the interest of employe lv fighting what known as Granger legislation hich by making war on the raib luced their earnings Â¬ j j vn of - and the laying off of emp tllib The assertion is made that ilividcnds Iv railroals in the Northwestern Slates Mere reduced in the year IS an one half of 1 per cent on tl eir reaaarfa and tin return from all id investment was lest than per cent The organization of the railroad employes as a solid phalanx of VO intended to check the Granger element KKti ii auk in it efforts to ignore the welfare of the railroad employe and pass laws which A CADET OK OLD WESIKKN IILfTAli II H m of the means of livelihood 1NSTITITE LOOKS BACKWARD 14 be careful lift to The far Ilera-m array the employees against tlieut Tiny Forty niiin Tranacrifit He in the country and t a BOWOr arki- - great extent their interests arc identical years ago I was one of three buys cadets from Virginia T Bobert Stribling litk al with those of the tan Stribling and S P Canehart who ed through this city in the night and A LITTLE rKKE TKAUE IN HIS A i EXTKJt SHOT now alter the lapse of that time I view the i ity again in daylight and W Hardii nisei f Here are the remarks of lodge Pfeffer here in business aul seeing so many The Alliance man elected to biic- m uniform attending State College MMrt lllit ll Hi tl eminent knows Ilitil titi luiiiit here carries me back to the days of mv traaoBB and while a little mixed in some things boyhood in ISoO when near one han Â¬ p itective tariff He is mightih ind others dled and fifty of ns as cadets of the Westupon the broad We tin people have comme iced ern Military Institute were safely hous ividual feedoni and it is the building of a new independent politi- ed and instructed at the famor thai 1 now cal organization based on principles Blue Lick Springs by Col Thornton principles Johnson Gen Bushrod Johnson James iy ua- - wrought deep as humanity that are the common heritage of nen o Blaine now Secretary Blaine AdLabor is the common lot of mortals trans jutant Gaunt Prill Masters John EVOLI TKiV or THE IMILLAK Mirtation is one of the common ne c Haslet Charles tenner now Gen people while money is the Fenner Hasaard and others Alanted ten oil which lubricates the machinery t f civthough the State College uniforn is very Upon these fundamental ideas ilization pretty but not as pretty as ours which we propose to build the grandest political consisted of a navy blue tight fitting a bich structure ever erected by men and on fatigue jacket with light blue pants with In lv7 the formulated a creed We deep red 412 stric instead of black - the are opposed to the government issuing contrast being great we did look fine in it ren ey to banking corporations we are when on drill -- so the ladies said and wa s money gett ng to they are judges In the middle of the them freighted down with ind n after a stormy conflict between barge we believe in the people making faculty and proprietors The Holidays at 4V2 their own mom re oppOBud to iu which several shots were exchanged or the rca we were transferred over to Drenoo lat tiny aid com hi pea against the in AN IT BE Springs on the Kentucky River by t of the maaaea ere believe in the Lexington and rail to Frankiiment which is simply the agent of fort thence by forth Isiat to destination to the people issuing their money directly linish up the term And I write this to them without going around Kobin in j ii thinking some of the boys of that Si - barn to find them we lx live in may yet linger on the shores of time equal and just taxation c art and near here and adjoining counties to the taxing of one industry to support who would lie kind enough to call at ItXi to high tariff of the another we are oppoaed and renew old acquaint Â¬ npon Bay article of common can ao f the r- ance with one who would Ik- more than Y believe that free trade matter w hat delighted to see them and although old alsolute in many articles is oftimea the and gray would like to talk over old very best form of protection We lielieve days long since gone and I here s in raising defray the also it any see this that they arrange for no locality of the government and after that in the a reunion in the near fu oft adjustment of the dm ture on the old historic grounds of the doing Pine Lick Springs and there have a good AP tion they RECEIVES Kill THE K I LAND C time I expect there are many of that POINTED n who have answered to the last bugle call Among them that I know of In the Federal Court at Louisville old drill master John C Hazlet Wednesday last Jadge larr granted the who killed III THE BAN Forrestali at Pienon ac- n to appoint a Receiver for the Kencidentallv and himself killed iu battle in ar- tucky Union Land Company a eorpora- - on tin e river Chan Iewis W f much more inijiortance an 1 mag A B Jones and others nitude than the Kentucky Union railway 1 have no doubt Hon J as G Blaine ek we for which a Receiver was appointed tin would honor us with his presence and r one day before The tcnitorary Beet ivcr lor Gen Fenner and others now noted the land eontpaay is the Columbia li men What sax yon boys let me hear aance and Trust Company from you that I may enter your name on appointed upon uni the list Yours fraternally f J Kennedy Tbd d Co a Wall s P Canaun t finn creditors of the land eoaapa t that the imoont of 275000 for money MOKE AB01T BEES Mr F F Carley is President of pans pro l lint the Kentucky Union Land Company John S Reese In Winchesler Sun laaaser f centn and Mr L T Rosengarten of Clav City Why do bees swarm the headquarters of the company is the The genual laws of increase might be - that irv an answer to this question but Ik c mas It would be aaaoanble to even approx ters will usually explain to you that it is imate the value of the Kentucky Union foi the want of More room in the brood I and CompaiivV Btopetty says he Lon- - chamber or queens domain she having tainly filled every available space of comb with Mi CLAi ASH THE M I TlKAM iL It claims title ip into the millions and the hive running over with md seven bnndredtbona and honey and the lowers white lias expressed iin Wolf clover in Central Kentucky Beres of laul in Powell yielding eming Preathitt Perry Ix slie and Letcner abundant nectar are the favorable reasjsjry fotir iifths of the Block of ditions lor swaims toiaaue count Abnormal I aisider it at all the Kentucky Union railway which is swarming may occur most any time and iving any importan now in operation from Lexington to withtroiii many causes even on pleasant ass but Beanie have in two miles of Jackson a distarce of sevedays in winter The issuance of a lnggel it togiv- - nty-rive miles owns a large store hotel swarm may be definitely determined in apon the subject 1 have electric light plant saw mill a id other almost every ease by the expert bee ig urged by men who nronerty at Chry City Powell eoanty keeper viz As the time and condiI who are actuated by good n operates and ow ns coal mines near Jack- tions for swarming approaches say ends in view I consider son ltreathitt county owns the town Juue 1st we examine the brood cham Â¬ by some mm site of Three Forks City and other propsuch acheenee a- ber and find ten to twenty queen cells as not baaed sound financial nrin erty of minor inijortanee Started They look like small acorn ulated to do much The object in apjointing a Rneeiver is cans turned upside down and the harm than good What the fane- - to grant protection to all the creditors of queen just laying eirgs in them we know is not in the jtadsage rested in oaanany without interfering with the at once that it will take these eggs three bat in its n eal and ojierations of the business Th Receiver days to natch into minute gruls Then juable r veil authority and power ocarryon they are lavishly fed on royal jelly for wllicl oll- - the entire gigantic businessof the cencem the next six days the cell being built in eir business a downward manner each day as m WATTEKS0N HILL Al CLEVELAND and sealed over on the ninth day This CONUULSSIONAL is the day tin- swarm with the old queen 11 the ist fall a slight flutter in favor of w ill come out and settle in such a ngreasmen allotted to the Governor David P Hill of New York festoon on a convenient limb and Alabama 9 for President of the United States was look like an inverted cone Now the visible but it subsided when the Gov hive has lost nearly all of its Ixm s but emor was elected to the United States many more are hatching every hour and laware Flori Senate It now appears that the course by the end of the next sewn day the ia 11 Idaho Illinois 22 Ii Kaustis s Kentucky 11 of Governor Hill in accepting a Senator number w ill be legion again IX Iowa 11 The first ship instead of pushing his han queen veutaana will hatch June i the Presidency was influence by a letter if everything is favorable such as honey Mississippi 7 Missouri 15 Montana Ne from Mr Watterson only now made and weather we may expect a second public as follow m llainpeuire 2 breBk swarm to issue on or before the 20th or urier Journal office Looisville eight to ten days after the first This Sortli Caro- Kv Nov 21 laW My Ijar Sir I swarm may have several young queens 81 Oregon uusylvania 30 Khedo Islainl 2 take leave to address you this letter as with it all but one of which will lie killSouth Carolina 7 Booth Dakota - Ten- - one of aooae millions of Demaemts who ed after they get settled in their new Virginia have never sought or held ofl ce and who home The old hive has now about ex d itself but will have a young in Washington 2 West Virginia 4 Wis could not 1m- induced to do to but who ming The total nuui- - are deeply eoui erned in the jiarty w el queen to begin laying in about a week eons and who lielieve you to held the and will recuiHrate rapidly and be in ar the Outside of the State of New fine condition for winterug ami for next num- - key to it Tlie York there is a well nigl unanimous sidentia The honey producer demand among the rank and file of by Mtates H total not want swarms and trim Many 444 to prevent them it the Iiemocrats for the nominaion of Mr If he wants inÂ¬ iaml This is too srongforthe crease of colonies he knows a better way last election the whole number o to get tlieui tors wl-- 4o Bjaeowawy to a choice 201 party leaders and managers to rt think I have some influence in KenDo bees select a home liefore leaving DIYOKlElt HIT liKArtlM A PENSION tucky But on that point I should le the arent colony The renowned Dr overwhelmed in a State convention Talmage made this thought one of the ended aragraph bOBB a Cin- - If you should come to a Nation features of one of his beautiful sermons I many in- onal convention with a New York but the writer has consumed his tances in which the Governments delegation again solid it T the present money is wrongfully and lraudi would Ik overwhelmed You are jkiw- KAILK0AD NATIONALIZATION - to prevent it Put you can In rt to day a the election of the ticket aJngular case was disposed of Mrs THE RAI1 liEKS MCKT There are Iemocrats in every part of Ken the Union who believe that yon did this First No new iarty is needed Ix t a pension as the widow iu 1SS S I know that Ube Uk us have no others to handicap the one great issue know exactly what happened and all the fanners the Al steadily defended you in public depoHited m an fl50 and in private But it will cling t liance Grangers Wheel mite in bank Recently it came a national effort simplv to create an ig as you live even es the bargain ihcials that she intrigue and corruption itory clung to committee iu each county in ana been drrancadhwaakerlBBalaBndhi t you in every Na- - the Union Let these committees ask 1866 and suit was brought to re Convention if it lie not dissipated each candidate for Congress Republican noney and the hank was enjoin anil Demed from pa il own the faith to blot it out In defai lesuit mm and vote a iey it will inter state railroads Mlilll thal she defeat that ing to the answ had ever My judgment is dear that if you Third Thus in the next election r hus- - could r icile it with v ur judg we may cs his deitb The and feeling to make piece with Mr e teatimcn of her Cleveland and to take 1 delegat parties consent then only run a peo ry that ational Convention in 1W2 and only 11 ehe was w ronj him in nomination you will sa party and place yourself apon an Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I i Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I tion you can never attain if you fail to do it Too would be received by the country with enthusiasm lie accepted at once as a Warwick and I do bow you could be kept out of tl n tin the otlier Hand even tl vou cd in defeating the nomination of Mr Cleveland you will stand upon sin- ister and dangerous ground with a stormy future before you These are plain words and I have no relations with you which give me the right to offer you counsels They may lve disagreeable words and I have no dew re to obtrude uon vour privacy but they are true words and I claim the right of a Democrat who has some knowledge of the country at large and has given some proof of intelligent devotion to the party interest to ignore ccremonv and to them to you In conclusion let me say that I shall in any event Ik glad to know you Utter and that meanwhile I am most sincerely your friend Hknky Wattkuson The Hon David 1 Hill the late extraordinary Congressional elections had much to do with Republi It was but an canism or Imocracy uprising of the people against our op- Â¬ pressors of both parties Sixth Well the hayseeds of Kentucky have killed the railroad robUrs And in the Constitutional Convention the tobacco growers have killedthe iu Louisville and Cincinnati Seventh The hayseeds of Kngland the greatest power among the nations and the workers rule Here also will le as they are the the stine most just -- and a majority Â¬ Â¬ Belle EL un 1 i 1 1 Â¬ - 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Monday to Putler Mo sixteen jacks tonl George Hamilton pure Kirklevington ess of longwood that were bought in Madison and twelve Bit pore Kirklevother counties at B cost of 11000 This 310 Pake of Liiisjsjn Kansas City Mxsten is the largest shipment of jacks that ever ington Thomas Fourth Duchess of longwood left the county and they are larr Thomas Mas pure Kirklevington fine ones The average is about 2 The City Kansas ten nsiderabiy but some of them alnrnt ninety four head mgly Short horns more In fact good jacks averaged about 100 per head Polly irer than ever before known by priced Mr Wilkes b f 2 by Pitron Wilkes dam iu this country and higher EL GoodpssMT Owings Nutwood II II Colyer has sold to Mr John ireystone gr g 2 by 1075 Batighinan of Lincoln county a fine ville Ky dam by Albion Walter Sharp jennet jack for 1200 He was consider Â¬ flack Maria blk Sharpsburg Ky ed the best jennet jack in the country m 12 by Blackwood Jr 222 dam by 11Y THE NATION KVIIllOADs oWNKl where in this column is found a Ef S Goodnaster Clark Chief The right of euinent domain over the notice of the side of Stcrnburg for 10200 Postmistress b 111 6 by Tost Boy 22i lands and highways is an inalienable This bone was foaled the property of Mr dam by Albion EL Bruce Young Mt ignty here the people Wallace Estill of Fayette county form- Sterling K v 4tV right Com sold at UC s erly of this county and son of Mr Jona- per barrel hay at 0 per ton iu rick As the railroad bains sovereign had the lands condemned and than T Estill The latter some year de amounted to alienated for their use under pretense was the owner of a mare by Ellis importThis mare Mr Estill State of OhioCity of Toledo of the public good SO the people through ed Canadian horse SS A colt Lucas Covn rr Congress can condemn and pay for the sold to his son Wallace for 1 V of Sternberg inter state railways or so many of them of this mare is the mother Frank J Cheney mckesoath that he as they deem necessary and run them its Mr Wallace Estill sold Sternberg when a is the senior partner of the firm of F the postoffice is run for the people colt for 400 He has the old maie and Cheney Co doingbusiness in the City When the inter State railways belong to hat been offered 1000 for her He also of Toledo County and State aforesaid and the government they can regulate and lias a lull sister and several half sisters that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and reduce to justice all the State railways and half brothers to Stcrnburg every case of Catarrh that cannot be by refusing to carry for the robliers airfSt Clair and Dickersoas cured by the use of Halls Catarrh reight or passengers ami thus have concolt Sternberg record 22ti trol of the whole railniad system by Wilkes Poy sold at Ccre FRANK J CHENEY right of the nation to run roads sfielda sale last Tuesday at I Sworn to before me and subscribed in through States is given by the United ton for 11200 Mr Timothy C Anglin States constitution and was settled by owner of Wilkes Boy was his purchaser mv presence this 6th dav of December precedent when Henry Clay ran the If remembered by tlnise who attended A D i8s6 A W GLEASON National Highway from the Atlantic to the Nicbolasville Fair last summer Xvtry Puhlic the Mississippi Kiver when it was suiht Sternberg is the colt that won the first j skal eeded by the railroad heat in 231 over a muddy track in the stake trotted 011 tl KILL ALL TIUSTS Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Thus the secretary of the new depart ond day of the meeting Moonstone w in and acts directly on the blood and mucous Send for testimonment of commerce can kill all the trusts ning the second and third heats and the surfaces of the system and 2 j 1osition was ials free combines and other robberies by refuswho later in the ing to transjKirt any produce belonging third and Kvangaline FJ CHENEY CO Toledo O fall distinguished herself as a trotter Sold by Druggists 75c to those banditti 34 37 was fourth A ORKAT INVESTMENT Interrupted The other night just ts Robinson I MV without hesitation that tie CONCERNING FARMERS was getting down on his knees to pro- Â¬ investment ever made by a government pose to a girl his suspender parted would Ik- the ownership of the railroads W P McDowell has si to Fayette IIow unfortunate I suppose Roblionds for fifty years and they parties a pair of year-old broke mules inson was in a terrible rage wasnt would sell at par no doubt K aring 21 it he They were strictly No 1 3 per cent interest West Shore Put the nation No but the girl was Bt Lewis reports that 400000 bushels could make 10 per cent at will and the A lood Hiding Plmce wheat held there for French account has principal and interest could lie paid off Interviewer You say the actresses been sold out for May Chicago Daily w ithout the expenditure of a dollar and try to smuggle over their dresses enough could lie made perhaps to pay Where do they hide them in their company with a capital stock ofSSO trunks the normal expenses of the national 000 has been organized in Atlanta ia to Customs Officer Trunks No their government plant through the State a kind of hedge ears Munseys Weekly STKIKKS that is now extensively used in Indiana Not Riull The employes of the railroads would That perfumery slot machine didnt An immense storage building is being continue their work under just manage at Pulton Get for the North work I hear ment and strikes would cease forever I understand not Nobodys going iria Canning Co and contracts have and the interruption of trade and the to drop a nickel in the slot and get a been made for the planting of 2000 acres scent in return Harpers Bazar suffering from the want of coal etc of tomatoes for the use of the company would cent They CM Be Charged Etepprtefrom the Peninsula say that Without this ownership the people Wool Skates go on with straps but would lie reduced to poverty and slavery the prospect for peaches was never better a strapped man has difficulty In getting his skates on Bid be one of the bloodiest than at present The peach growers Van Pelt You overlook club skates want two weeks of cold weather now and revolutions tie world ever saw Jury il it comes anticipate tlie largest crop in And the robK rs must many years Ciasrci M Ci it Tobacco Market Louisville According to an English trade journal White Hall Kv January 1891 this seasons crop of Japan rice is esti Bj U lover A Iltirrelt Louisville Tobacco mated at about 5826000 tons and the roininunlcated Sales on our market for the week just RECIPROCITY bonne consumption based on previous closed amount to 4204 hhits with receipts yean amounts to 4087000 tons which for the same period of 2146 hhds Sales on our market since Januarv tst amount Hundreds of years In fore Our Divine would leave a surplus of 1139000 tons Sales of the crop of 1890 to 20600 hhds Iord had emancipated the law of love The grand jurv of Jessamine county at on ourmarket to date 1200 hhd the Chinese philosopher Confucius had the last August term of Circuit Court Therr is very little that is now to be said given as the rule of human conduct indicted the Jessamine County Fair As of our market ibis week The principal that in our relations to each other there sociation for permitting a game of chance le tures of the week were the ery large should Ik- reciprocity In other words on the grounds known as Red White offerings and good prices There was a little irregularity during the week on the we should not do to others what we ami PirnGovernor Bnekner after due medium grades of new burley but the would not wish them to do to us This deliberation has very properly pardoned market closed firm all along the line Old law which is true as far as it burley remains unchanged the Association The following quotations tarly reprebut a partial and inadequate statement One of the largest hogs in America if sent our market for burley tobacco of the Golden Rule But what is true not in fact the largest in the world Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 of the relations of individuals is true in to 300 was reared by a Junction City Kan principle of the relations of peoples and Colory Trash 3 00 to 700 man The length was s feet and 0 Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to 5 50 nations Tie heathen notion that we inches girth of neck i 2 feet girth of Colory Lugs 500 to 10 00 are t love our country and its people center of body Common Leaf 7 00 to 1000 width across the and H of other lands is un Medium to Good Leaf 1000 to t6oo bips 30 inches weight 1532 ponn worthy of a people who enjoy Christian 16 00 to 2000 Good to Fine Fillers Select Wrapperv Tobacco 20 to 2700 civilizaton by Headed W John Mitchell Put not inly is there a moral obligaCourthmd Ix er bringing up the rear col Â¬ LIVE STOCK MARKET EEPORT tion to do to other nations as we would By GWOfX A KMBKY wish them to do to us but all experience umn 10 jacks sold to W Richardson of Mobeily Randolph county Mo amount Liep stock ConamiMloa Merchant at rinctn shows that it is for our highest interest milt Uuiou Stock Yards and Coviuglou stock Yards to do so The tendency among all the ing to about 10000 from the stab nations of Christendom to abstain from J Monroe Ix er who to day we believe SHIPPING CATTLE the United 6 war and settle all questions on princi- is die kin- - Im- Kentuetia Cincinnati Ohio Feb 17 1801 ples that shall lie mutually advai 4 6o 4 75 At Joe Smiths sale last week corn in Good to Extra ous is one of the outgrowths of ChrisFair to Good 4 35 4 5 tianity and though it has conn as yet field brought fr i per barrel Common and Rough 2 59Q 3 70 tar short of the Utopian idea there is and in the crib 355 Hay brought 10 Good to Extra Oxen 4 00 2 75 much to hope for the harmonious rela- per ton in the stack stock hogs brought Fair to Good Oxen 3 25 2 oo 2 50 Sc t y ear old steers brought 4c tions of the governments milk Common and Rough BUTCHER CATTLE work horses from Perhajis there is no more striking cows from 4 35 4 40 53 to 135 11 yearling mules brought Gocd to Extra evidence Of pa the right direc to Good 4 oo 4 40 work mule 120 yearling Fair tion than the adoption of a treaty for 7o per head Extra Fat Steers 3 75 4 00 ers brought an average of 20 per be reciprocal tree trade with Brazil and the sti Fair to Good Steeis 3 50 3 75 prospect of reciprocity with all govern seven calves at f50 per head Farming Good to Extra Cows 3 50 3 75 2 755 3 25 ments of North and South America implements sold welL Jffc siriiwj o- - Fair to Good Cows 2 25 Common Cows 2 oo This movement has touched a chord in 1 75 Rough Cows and Oxen So the opular heart and seems to be BULLS TheMegiblien Pedford bull suitYame of that harmony that is to recspin Woodfords Court of Common Pleas Best Shipping 3 75 421 oncile parties and nations All tariff on Wednesday Judge Julian 2 50 2 65 sustained Best Bologna laws are in violation of the natural right the 2 25 Fair Bologna 2 50 rule issued by the court against J Fair to Good Feeders 2 ie 2 15 of every man to purcl MO in the market W Megibben administrator and Mrs Common and Thin 1 7 1 00 where he can buv the cheapest and sell Elizabeth J Megibben administratrix of FEEDERS AND STOCKERS iu the market where he can sell t the Late Thos J Megibhcns estate an is- Good Extra Steers 3 S5S 4 Ij advantage and the submission of a free sued an order requiring them to jay Fair to Good Steers 00 3 people to this invasion of justice- has Good to Extra Heifers 2 60 3 00 10000 into the court on or before the 1st owing to ignorance of the day of been partly 2 25 Common and Thin Stockers 75 finnext June This case will nature of tariff legislation and partly to ally settled at the COWS AND CALVES June term of court the stress of national embarrassments Best Grades 40 0045 00 The Sugar Bow says 20 0030 00 We have the Fair to Good The incubus is ere long to be thrown off 10 00115 00 and at least the morality of Confucius is pleasure of being able to repeat w hat has Common 6 75 Ikt Veal Calves to lie adopted in the intercourse of na hitherto been said that this has been Fair to Good 6 00 5 00 and continues to be the finest and most Common and Heavy 2 oo il H HlNMAN 4 00 seasonable winter we ever say in louisi HOGS ana The evenness of the temperature is Select Butchers 3 70 3 6j HOUSE NOTES most remarkable for this locality where Fair to Good Packers 3 59 3 60 3 45 3 60 frequent changes are the rule during the Good to Extra Lights ity one horses were sold at 3 25 3 40 winter months This exemption from Light Pigs fields sale in Lexington Friday kn SPRING LAMBS sudden transformation from hot to cold 4tian average of 4iuii 6 ooS 6 25 and vice versa has been highly favorable Extra Col 0 EL Chenault bought Emperor to the preservation of seed cane and the Wilkes it the combination sale in Lex Â¬ stubbles We do not remember evi ington last week The price wm 3000 ing a winter when we had so many white He already owned a halt inter and yet the most tender plants W C France Son Lexington have have escaped injury when covered with sold to Brown i Hicks Adrain Michia single thickness of lagging With gan the nine Months old colt by Red sneh weather coupled with an unusual Wilkes dam Constance by Ellersile amount of sunshine we have the outlook nr iir Wilkes lor s 000 for another good sugar crop for 1801 the The first day of Brastields sale at third year in succession ington last week forty five horses sold Shipments of wheat from India for an average of WL Although week ended January the rait fell continuously a large crowd 240000 bus The shipments the previous was piesent and the bidding was spirited week amounted to 480000 bus Tie Bush Cockrell Fesler held a three gregate shipments from Jan to Jan 31 days combination sale of horses jacks 1SU have been 220001 Kl bus Total exports and jennets at Mt Sterling last week at since April 1800 the commencement of w hub 120 horses brought 22000 an av- the present crop year 23580000 bus Both OISTK the method and results whet erage id fifteen jacks and jen- iiipmente from January 1 to Febru- Â¬ Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleaaii an average of 390 jer head 1SM ary were 2000000 bus From and refreshing to the taste and acte At Woodards hoi 1800 crop year inning in April Eiutly jet promptly on the Kidneys Lexington Monday there was a large at 0000 bus and Bowels cleanses the systendance of prominent dealers and breed on passage from India Jan 22 tem effectually dispels colds headvery section of the country and aches and fevers and cures habitual lated bj Dornh choice animals commanded good j bus Of the quantit Syrup of Figs is the the coustijmtion Fifty four head brought ai only remedy of its kind ever proUnited Kingdom 56000 12 per which was an ai Calcutta and 167200 aabay duced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in head ami Kurrachee On its action and truly beneficial in its Mrs 15ettie Keller compromised yester tity afloat from Indi effects prepared only from the most comprising 1504000 bus for the day with the Wabash Railroad for the healthy and agreeable substances its killing of her husband James F Keller Kingdom and 7 many excellent qualities commend it nent Â¬ and son Frank and six head of thoroughto all and have made it the most on that f Williai bred h At popular remedy known June last Mrs Keller gets Hamilton t Mt Sterling Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c cattle and horses sold well and 1 bottles by all leading drugPar gists ilire Bah Any reliable druggist who In Brassfields breeders sale at Lex- may not have il on hand will proky cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any ute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ J F Kitzmiller Canton O 1220 Tneo Masten Kansas City Mo 25 pure Kirkleving EL a P A Colyer shipped on Duchess of Longwood 510 Thid Duch NEW GROCERY W THET HAKE We have just received the handsomi line of CTodd 4 Bro HI Main St below First i Staple and Fancy Groceries Queensware Glassware Tinware Hardware White Goods Hamburgs c c Â¬ rob-U-r- Â¬ Woodenware A LARGE Spring Ginghams EVER SHOWN IN c Â¬ LINK OF THIS CITY CANNED GOODS Tobacco and Cigars We want to buy all your COUNTRY PRODUCE at the Bring us highest market price your Eggs Butter Lard Chickens Feathers and the like and buy your Groceries from us We take pleasure in showing our goods so give us a call before purchasing and convince vourselves that we can sell vou three-year-ol- d Â¬ the Best Goods for the Le st Moxei ld Â¬ WCTODD 3- BRO 1891 WHITE ALLEN Â¬ - 112 W Main St opp Court House Â¬ 1891 SEASON --rfi z c t jbR Bn anl AVI a X RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Second Street next to Garnett Honse Richmond Ky 1 s - - spnnj nnjA UBt nVMi VM j B o o r o p o - - 1 P - Sanitary Hers WE CARRY Steam anl Gas Fitter A VATICAN Vatican 11308 FULL LINE OF- - Â¬ Ware-HoU- record 239 sire of Belle Vara record 2J24 at 3 us old in a race sire of Milt exhibition mile at old sire of Light Hall record 3 vrs 23 at 2 yrs old sire of Mary Van INCLlDING record 240 at 2 rs old in a winning race mile track sire of Vannette timed in 2 vr on bv Burns Chandeliers Brackets Standards old race 233 Globes Rubber Tubing McGregor in 23o4 sire ot Jo Jo record 2 vrs old in winning race sire of 24 BATHTUBS AND CLOSE Red Jim public trial 237 at 3 yrs old sire of Belle Vara yearling 238 the FEXKINS GLOBE VALVES bed made worlds record in a race of that age sire sire of Light Hall earling record 24 8TPHONS AND INSPIRATORS mile public trial of Venice yearling Light f June HOT WATER yearling 3y4 sre beaten by Queen Bess only a neck in coming 2 sire of Brown Velvet 253 S yrs old that is able to trot against any Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and colt of his age living TERMS 100 cash with the privilege of breeding two seasons in case of failure You need not go to Cincinnati or other places fur Vasco and Vatican are almost full Our work is done bv men brothers Vasco i the sire ot the best 3 full stock of he latest deins year old race record and Vatican the best delphia Mill supplies to fill all demands I year old race record B H NEALE CO 35 46 23 Gas Fixtures of Every Description c t Street RICHMOND PLUMBING Pli mofrs to Richmond Watir 33 7 v I Â¬ - PUBLIC SALE AS Executrix of Sjuire M Parish will I THE WILLARD LATE ALEXANDERS HOTEL Opp Court Honse - - Cor Jelieison Center Louisville liv I ic Green S Saturday February 21st 1891 1 On the premises 2 miles from Richmond on the Red House pike sell publicly to the highest bidder oThorouahlv Renovated and m Droved RATES S2SO A IPiESIFL DAY Mana S f steers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ beef 5 steer calve heifer calves 2 mule colts work mule 2 yearling colts one of them by Mambri no Eric and out of Peavine mare t mare f years old by Old Peavine and out ot Eagle mare 3 brood mares one heavy in foal to jack jennet 6 years old in foal 25 shoats 2 sows c stacks hay and an excellent black jack a sure foal 1 1 Four Heifers cows I 1 1 J J J L MARSHALL WJONES SULLIVAN - CerU W R LOGAN every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP Â¬ TO THE MARK Â¬ getter TERMS Ten dollars and under over that amount 6 months without est inter- cah Â¬ 3jot to Srnt Not to Discolor BEARS THIS MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON Â¬ For information apply liams Red House Kv to W A Wil- TRADE Bf Capt T MRS PATTIE PARISH Exe y Ferrill Auct 35 36 BW V9 1 FOR SALE SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 10 foot alley Orchard Street new QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE s rooms lot 31x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine and Orange Streets TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant to lots all well finished 40x150 feet LLuloid Mark y A MOMENT Â¬ NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN 1 THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS teperate or as a whole Â¬ 7s4 Fifth Street on 1 Â¬ on Walnut Street Powells addition 50x160 feet each fiT For prices on any of the above inquire of MRS E W WIGGINS 48- THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS PENMANSHIP IN BOOK KEEPING SHORT HAND TYPE WRITING THOROUGH INSTRUCTION SOUTHWEST TELEGRAPHY ETC ETC AT THE BRYANT A STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE CATALOGUE FREE CORNER LOUISVILLE KY THIRO AND JEFFERSON STREETS wM4meMUsa ucaum n 2 X f w XA 1 - Â¬ - Mr P J ONeill who has been working for Mr S L Midkiff the past season is now in business with Mr James Allman and they are prepared to do all kinds of work such as is done in a first class shop on the shortest possible notice Mr ONeill is a fiist class workman and makes a specialty of HORSE SHOEING Mr S L Midkiff says that ONeill is the best horse shoer he ever saw Thev are also prepared to do all kinds of CARRIAGE Â¬ NOTICE WAGON BLACKSMITHING td td s o 20 a G0RMLEY HAS THE o rx a E o -- 3 m 3 i a o 2 4 5 to -- SI Cfl ocJFINEST LINE OF wood- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Ubbbkbi general farm work We have c not got a three story shop but we have ample room to accommodate our customers Give us a call Shop on Main st adjoining C T Foxs Liverv Stable 35 47 work Â¬ c 3 Saddlery AND ALLMAN ONEILL Ix-x- KICSrOiTXD -ud- o cr T3 0J1 o or -iim-ra0 K M HARBEB Propr B 8 1 Â¬ JSIVJOYQ If td 2 Tl 2 1 All kinds of Coal and Lumber at the Liberal patronage lowest market price of the public respectfully requested The yards are located on Orchard street be Â¬ tween that street and the K C Railroad 3 C c- O Troto RICHM0ND Horse OutS Is K j F E 3 9 Â¬ Â¬ To Builders ind Sicne Masons Â¬ H IS E HAS EVER HAD e 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 I have for sale two well equipped Der ricks no better in the county Also 15 crowbars 9 shovels 104 steel wedges for 26 stone picks 10 hammers 13 stone drills 3 wire guyes 60 feet lone 12 chisels and every thing else pertaining to a stone quarry Call on or address W L FARLEY Richmond Ky 34- - 3 3 WCGormleyCo IIULS c- - 0 H tl 54 Y mi H FOR r H lc SALE at rcMO Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE COUNTY Right iLIE for the 0 l I have 100 m COLYER l work Mr bow U t KENTUCKY H H the best Rail and Wire IIINKLE RAIL yo fcfy BUsMi nnnnnV rn uor froa i m 70a 10 btMWr fiv- CTM at - jj ni LgeJtgS lack III SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVIUS KT HEW YORK t 35 36 WETZEL Wilmore Ky wgigrv nm THE CLIMAX Vetoesday Died in a Car na died in child Sunday in one of Mr His Aacestors - - February ge 18 ul contains 28 prison manufacture Irvirx I in M wib pneuui iciij1kt eepiag purposes by the hands o n the work train The eliiid was still born The woman left il children and they were sent to ttul- She had no particular uslv ill tter off in her Passes the Seaate nK 1891 woman na birth at tl A n jfre Him ii V the filter web jwrty at Friday evening tt 7t0 ountifiilly Cam In the Senate Rirhianmfa pnbhc build- tinned in Weiliies- 1 rprovi linn I 1 The trustees of the House of Prayer in Lowell Ma ss recently decided to dis 101 0II1 with the services of Pastor Arthur you to I rendered there S Davis and told him so Mr Davis Take a peep at my Bargain Counter said he was abused declared he would before buying elsewhere Also keep in not resign and dared the trustees to oust gratefully view that I hae the largest link of ladies him The trustee thought it might be W H MILLER n Mens Boys Misses and Children shoes unchristian like to oust Mr Davis and s H THORPK JK in the city which will be sold at the lowest tory of Kentucky Clerk ot III triad to get around the difficulty by re prices Mr Ballard will appy to the next letion of th7 C C Walla ducing his salary to 1 a year payable in piint among which were six cannon POWKLI Court of Claims li for an appropriaMrs M F Lowe who lived near Win- Â¬ I lavis accept monthly installments Mr win so weight was 33538 pounds one of tion to remove the rock and set it up ed the redaction and continued to preach them lieing the celebrated Long Tom chester died at the advan in the court house yard with a strong Her husband is still hale and Congiessinaii James Phelan the repÂ¬ which was spiked ami thrown from the years There is a faction in the House of Prayer iron tence around it the bell tostirmonnt which opjioscs the trustees This faction resentative from the Memphis Tenn height of Pinnacle down a distance of hearty and at NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Mrs iilj- the rock Chancellor Wanton wants the instructed Mr Davie to keep on preachdistrict who died Friday is well known some 1400 feet and we believe is now at his eountv rock for the museum f Central 1niversi Work House ing and realizing that he could scarcely in Kentucky He was at one time a caÂ¬ the Smithsonian Institute at WashingThe Great Falls Water Power Co it nil lias boogfat of Mr C T ty The reis should be preserved quantity of furnish satisfactory sermons on a Stipend det ot the Kentucky Millitarv Institute ton D C All of the old Veterans will Weldon N C is a corporation lately Cai the lot running through from the A Statue of Washingtea for the French arriagc of eight and one third cents a month and betoagad to the Alpha Tan Onega remember tbia old piece of artillery and chartered t iitilio the valuable water Remaining unclaimed in eh 17 at Richmond s back of the City Hall to Irvine street V and Water at thev clubber together and added S40 to society and in 1874 was a delegate from could it be brought back and placed at As a token of gratitude of the Ameripiwers of Loanoke river at this point And sSOOfeet containing the brick boat the amount Th us re in forced Mr Davis the K M I chapter to the national on its old stand ujion the very brow of Old R cans toward France the women of this A OH Main Anders Settle at Onre xllO feet and three stories high Price country will M of the Alpha Tans went on in defiance of the trustees On Bail Jane Mr- - col Hewaaa law- Pinnacle it would ever W a grand and erect in Paris next fall a the ciiieUrv caught lire OB Nan It will be converted into a work-- statue ot George Washington at a cost All persons indebted to Bales A Kin jer t glorious monument of the united people Saturav while he was temporarily ab yer and journalist THLN COLUMN rably dam- L Igand comfortable cells caid must come at once and settle or the ac- Uroadus Jennie is still a hale old gentleman sent from the church the trustees entered Baron Hirachi plan for using his fund Mr Jones 25000 and it is to le exclusively a Can The principal employment of the inmates f American l Wonder if the Century Club is any- and removed the vestments altar and of 2400000 to help Hebrew immigrants and we beaa to hear from him again as counts will be put in the hands of an officer Miller art will be rock breaking Crap shooters for collection M This means busi Mifurniture belonging to the pastor Mr to this country to learn how to sustain he has stored up many old reminiscenCarry Kobt The work of raising the money in this thing like a base ball bat Dar KINCAID BALES afteranoa at and similar offenders should keep their State far under the management of Mrs Daris returned carried his sacred appur- Lhemeelver here seems to embrace the ces which we hope to be able to publish 3537 A minister writing to the Climax spells picked for the workhouse is yawn- Cuinl rln nd rn near First lresbvterian Opolpho Snead She is assisted by the soul largest county in the Cnited It is neaabte that the bot- tenances back and slept in the church so beat features of General Booths scheme The France ohn r them prevent another raid Next morn- Â¬ for the amelioration of the condition of following Mrs Henry Wattcrson of toms of his shins are thin at this stage of Our Circuit Court which has been in is custer county Montana which con Flegei Therm H ing he delivered an edifying discourse on the I ondon jioor He w ishes to help the session since the 2d instant closed up the tains 36000nptare miles living almost the Fild li LouiawiHe Mrs II S Hale of Mayticil Will the winter wurk house It Fife Sarah Mi good works needy not by alms that may demoralize docket on yesterday The Judge will size of the entire State of Kentucky Mrs Mr II We are gratified to know that every Traynorwbo veral Mrs Bom Jeffrey of Lexiagtea Ford Robert omniunicated but by training in useful handicrafts and sign the orders - lay thus completing Turner Frank iillie 2 What town to remove to Lexington has Cham M Clay Paris Miss M F Hewlecturer who comes to Richmond is the KrBiemlMT The Baptist Workers Convention in by education that will facilitate success the work of the term which on the Gentrv Jt rt decided to contiune in Richmond greatest living orator The itt of Kicholasville Miss Pattie Barn We gather this That Wallaces Bargain Counter will n at Louisville this week is in every whole has been very satisfactory in life Mrs Charles P fact from the remarks of the gentlemen The tMik the ground at once that ley of Frankfort way a success with about two hundred 77 indictments the continue to be one of the attractions at his Giveus Howard the proircrty Miss Lily Terhune of Mercer county Grand Jury returned w ho introduce the lecturers home men of Madison could not af- Poyntz Maysville Mrs Iulie lleumng 30 37 ministers in attendance among them was ford to let him go larger number of them for the violation store Goods on it are dirt cheap The Fair Company Miss lucv Norton and Miss Fva MadMoney order It is said that in a sermon at Paris re- some distinguished divines from other ran away from the exington Fair some of to Mr A K reduced oner Scott the law in selling liipior with onlvone W S bransford brakeman on a in years ago and married Bobt Hampton prompt 7 a m rent of the Btehtra and track den Lmisville the cently the minister aaad the word hell States such at Hegle of Indiana J I ii Or two tor felony the remainder for the train on the Kentucky Midland railroad The usual sum received is 1 though one hundred which Mr Traynor occupies and Mr and forty seven times M Frost of Virginia ami C II Joins of Woodford county List December she usual breaches ot peace concealed weap met with an accident near the eloped with Saaiord Wheeler a married W C Gonnley set himself induatrioaaty anv amount is chaBy received by the That was a love of a sermon to Wardroperdi as a girl ot Tennessee Visitors are there from riwiaaf man leaving her husband and children ons he The only Commonwealth case town depot on Monday which re ured other inducements members of the loniniillin would say of her new bonnet to build all parts Services are held at Fourth I ast week the police found them at Via of importaaee that occupied the attention in his death two hours after will continue to have inty id and Walnut Btl New K C Schedule We hear that the residence of A Her- and Walnut Church which has a seating cennes Indiana When the woman saw of the Court was that against James Uose the finest drivers in America Good front and back rooms on Main ring in an adjoining county has been capacity of at least fifteen hundred but Har k A new time card on the Kentucky Cen The Directors of the Firs that they had been discovered she shot indicted for the killing of Andrew Bird street suitable for young men Cheap of Richmond il burglarized When did these little salty members are turned away for lack of herself Time Inspector tral went into effect on Sunday as the reThe circumstances of the killing are fathrough the heart and fired another mislick with a Apply at Climax office y hive d The L ft N I K has appointed sult of the L ft N management Agent dried fish get to living in houses and room bullet at Wheeler Wheeler was lodged miliar and were reputed at the time of Dividend of 20 per cent do they have that burglars would This is something new but something in jail of time for Carr hands us the following ligures for what their occurrence nearly a year ago in the Charlotte X C has a new enterprise 3rd haul Squire D P Armor want needed from the many advantages gain On the Ca K Richmond C Division Lick neighborhood The testimony in the form of a joint stock company the Every conductor him up Wilson Howard ihe Harlan county Fall id- bie to Some boys happened into Weeks the ed Ministers can learn more of each briefly showed that there had liecu an known as the Sash Door iV Blind Manuichmond is compelled at Ky outlaw who was sentenced to the unci thinks that a fellow or w hich it other morning while he was engaged in other besides the weaker ones can re old trouble lietween the parties present his watch to facturing Co with a capital stork ol rfcOtj A M North This train is made penitentiary in California for stage rob town ordinance Sjiiire Armer for inspection It must melting the candy from a lot of candy- - ceive strength from the strong Again W CAPERTt up in Uichmond lery has been pardoned by the tovetnor was believed had been satisfactorily ad 000 The building w ill ha erected and work emlir lent ist Nat I covered marbles and became thoroughly the waste fields need more gatherings to justed between them Uose shot Bird plant secured at an early lay requirements or it will 12 4i i a North This train is the that he may stand trial for the murder of not convinced at once that a real marble fac- carry on the work and keep unity among a under circumstances that showed it was Thispre- - through line from Knox 3 peddler in Missouri Should he escae Ik you want to buy a Sulky Surrey themselves This liody now numbers cantiwith the advantage on his ary to insure uniformity Mr 1 C Bof U6 e m Suth This train makes tory existed right here in town the chit lies of the law in Missouri there deliberate Buggy or Carriage call on Ionelsonfor over three million members and two A variation of 30 seconds durof time found him guilty of murA w ire fence machine sits on the street them in the dose connection at Livingston for Kaox- are a Dumber of indictments for the same side The jury he has the latest best and cheapest of ing the interval will condemn the in front of the court house It works many efforts can not be pat forth the oHense in Harlan and altogether the der in the first degree and gave him a life ville right sort These meetings are not to Seventh and Market On Monday morning ahuit 2 oclock watch The Paris and Covington have the IJOrK Smth For Rowland and with a lever A colored boy grabbed the discuss doctrinal jniints but to argue the chances are fairly goo 1 that he may sentence in the jenitentiary the youth the steam laundry oi Geo M 1eim negro and Leonard Searliorough only other ii handle Monday morning worked it Stanford swing for some of his numerous outrages Georgetown much hedge Singleton indicted as accessories were re- Â¬ fa North Hamilton street vigorously for a minute and turnedaway best means for Christian character in against society To Attack a BUM Castle AUi order to win souls for Christ such its ill nver the leased on their own recognizance in T i00 was destroyed by tire with the remark dat new pumps no Congressman elect Shell of South Car- each Will Open Monday M The Conway correspondent of the Mt From Rowland Mixed 101 a mission secret prayer family prayer The Commonwealth was repre niark made by W T better an dat ol one over de fence For Kent I am informal 1110 a v From Livingston Mixed work study of the bible present needs olina a Farmers Alliance niemlier takes sented by Capt Herndon It H Tomlin the nurseryman yesterday old tia Storehouse and rooms on Main Street that the Farmers Alliance which has 1110 am From Paris Mixed COKKESiONDKNOE an many other subjects which can be a conservative view of the probable atti- son and J II Brown the defense by Madison county tude of the Alliance men in the next Judge Owsley Jen I andram and II C opposite Hotel Glvndon liirchtt will at taken certain pc 130 f M From Cincinnati Dr Felixs sp Regular seen on the program r in Man House ttock- - through passenger for Knoxville He thinks thev will not form a Kuiiflman nn is now turning will lie published in tract form Sub A Kentucky murderer is to get bit On yesterday Bse was OOYUSYILLK lor U upper stills and astU vard and hopes to start a ball rollgroup apart but will co operato with Re- Â¬ brought into Court and the sentence pro Â¬ dues Anthony Duncan will hang at Market 720 P M From Cincinnati Wisdom in Soul ject Winning It fookaaa if our fruit is all going to Ik shape ing in this county All right let them publicans or Democrat according to their nounced by Judge Morrow From the above it is seen that the killed again Every Christian should have one ffeae broke Lexington for his terrible slaughtei of Ir elegantin this year every w outfit - v al lo l-- they will But by all means howparty preferences The farmers spe ial down and cried like a child w hen he re- Gorhaaa morning and afternoon trains north leave J I Wni February 12th inn one of Hale Backwater from Kentucky river is in representatives can do much good in Con alized the full peaatty of his crime It is ever It t thorn send such men to plead earlier than heretofore the former 5 Bagg I V K W it Krsideare for Rest We have established hen1 on this gress ii they will pursue a temperate course they are minutes the latter 2i minutes Slight our village but didnt get out of creek their ISoutli- illtPrescontinent The American Hu avoiding extreme measures and insisting understood he made a close call for his American On Main street opposite Second - or blath- We want all of our bilking s occur in the other trains Tiie binks of tract or the erskil the lirst socie- npm reforms which the good sense and life as eleven the jurors were in favor byterian Church new frame house with and Mr Tandy Eades was home from mane Education Society there- - substitution ot a passenger for a mixed in La of hanging trd vou that our K v on the K N ty of its kind ill the world It has been patriotism of the country will approve six rooms cellar cistern yard etc Ming the brain of the unsophisticat train to Berea and bey ml is a great re- Winchester where he la attending school shall authorised by the Legislature of Massa zt MK9 SALllt I7vyc-s-- s Saturday and Sunday last d and disgusting the more intelligent My wife Mrs lief to that line The latest swindle is accomplished bv TWII LKXINUTIIN MKN KILLK1 M0Y chusetts to hold half million dollars free DAY Died at her home near this place on means of a double fountain pea one end The money in circulation shows a net to be renie Nearly Bfewaai A Statement From the Defendant It wants to send its misfrom taxation and si m pa red with filled with gMKl ink and the other with Feb 11th Mrs Mary Jane Reaves of decri been i hearty reception Mr A II Later returned from Ftill sionaries into every State and Territory The Ciim stated last week that Mat catarrh of head and stomach is She k ink that fades away in a day or two The a month ago The present circulation glisli Literature Two good railroad mer met an unounty on Thursday and was glad t It wants to form powerful Humane So-Todd Jr had been tried before Judge a i showing a very consideraÂ¬ Killhusband two sons and many friends to sharpers plan is to call on farmers or oth timely fate on yesterday George Howe jlrL7Vi--- l iicr University at cieties in every State and Territory It ionic alive lie lost his horse and his Chenauit for false swearing and that ake a trade so advantageous to one of the beat known railroad men in ble increase over the circulation Februamourn her well qualil JO B AL1 wants to form half a million ol its Bands County Attortu y Sullivan had dism them that they are willing to agree to it Lexington left this city in charge oi ry ISM which lay ion Oamp the cm of Mercy in American schools and Sun tition that Todd leave the v at law lOWKlI write contract with ink that fades then a through freight to Cincinnati serving him Littles Barber Shsp Krnovnl day schools and supply them gratuitousf H Wanton r manage so that the victim signs with the in the capacity of conductor At Sadie Trains of the K N I B are not in here was no danger But he had not ly or at bare cost with the choicest hu The defendant Todd says to us that he sight yet George T Little Ins removed his barSaturday ink that lasts Then in a few days they ville a little village twenty five miles from lit a few steps when tin mane literature TodothiaH must atwas not tried before Judge Chenauit or ber shop down street to the house formerthe Legis- People are determined to reduce the tract the attention and approval of the have his signature on a blank paper on here he was struck by a water pip- at a iway an i the S gar store lliat a warrant charging of his which any sort of note can lie written tank he lxing on top of the car and ly occupied by Mr him with false BWearil g was sworn out price on corn by next year at least and American people rowned in To do rhis it wants to He ond door from HernJons corner Persona who do not read the newspapers knocked under the moving train rewent under several times but was before Judge Chenauit but returned be have gone to cutting briars grubbing tlonl this whole country 1st with Black invites his old patrons and the public gen are most liable to be daped- - Peril Xetet ceiving injuries from which he died after ven at who happen e Willis promptly When the cam was and plowing May they abundantly Beauty and 2nd with other publica erally to call night for t Fire Fire The sudden crv natural four hours suffering Both legs were waited upon Every thing clean and first in sight They wire otherwise kind called the County Attorney moved to succeed as it is now mid to lc selling faT a similar kind 1 the Metho- when they saw what they had dismiss it That he Todd wanted to at f3 ler bbl Cruelty in transportation oi animals on ly strikes terror to every heart but mod crushed almost from the thigh to the class and the beat of work done 12 TABL15HED 1 given ti pi Mr Flemmon iarrett son of Benton the land by which hundreds of thou ern appliances for fighting the merciless ankles besides his thigh nose and tem The horse was a valu leave the State and had been trying to ran away the ple were broken and he sustained interIhe Danville Gas Light for the best no iarrett and Miss Annie Mize daughter sands die annually Cruelty in transpor- Â¬ Harare have been carried to such a deget away for several weeks or more but script dividend declared Cruelty gree of perfection that the knowledge of nal injuries The deceased was proba- Advocate has was detained by two writs sworn out by of Butter Mixe were married on the 5th tation of animals on the ocean lull latrs I hroun 0ieli of 10 jht cent bly the oldest railroad niin in in slaughter houses where millions die their existence inspires confidence even one Jeff Garrett one for kukluxing and Inst Bar Anderson officiating W near On complaint of Mr J J Kanatzer 1h having before the war in the Madam Scott tells tne mysteries of the annually with great and unnecessary suf- when in peril from fire The New York the other for false swearing Non he did Gentle Annie your liark is launched Maupin Ibre County Judge Chenaiilt is world renowned for employ of the lirst road leading out of past present and future Consnlt Madam fering Cruelty on the plains where Fire department not know that he would leave the State The tide may it bravely stem from the Ilunley were appointed Scott at Homer Baxters Main srteet hundreds of thousandsdie in w inter and its etlicieiicy and everyone will lie inter the city In order to reduce our vast heard by And may your voyage lie a happy one with rols a committee to inspect the lower half of at all The kuklux At 730 oclock yesterday morning at sometimes in summer of slow starvation ested to know of the methods and appli corner Colling Judge Chenauit and inferred to the As you nobly cling to Plane way here to ii the stock of Alaska Seal Skin Cpon exam turnjiike he William Hendershott a ances for fighting tire in the metropolis Winchester A thousand forms of cruelty to the horse grand jurry and the false swearing What He Remlndml Her Of - t the lau ination they reported to the court that was And at the end in looking back brakesman on the Kentucky Inion reGarments and Fur Shoulder Ixith in peace and wa- r- and to other which are most vividly described and dismissed for want of evidence Todd He I must be going so I will bid you As your bark shall come ton the road is not in proper condition for splendidly illustrated in the March num- - ceived injuries from which he died at good night will call on the Preai domestic animals Cruelty to the seal further states that he got out two writs iv Capes we will for a limited able to gay with perfect joy the charging of toll and the court order She Oh j our call makes me think of Deaaoreats Family Magazine just 120 oclock He was on a load of lumagainst Hob Richerson a witness for May you be make a iperial ic- fisheries Cruelty to harmless and other period give a special isl the tv earest the river to be God weve lone our best Hat car that itood on the side one memlxT of a base bail nine Thank ber on a wild animals Cruelty in the killing of arrived the Richmond pub iarrett in the kuklux ease and that is He What member pray thrown open ami in attempting to jump to the 1 Old Madison to the front again A cable dispatch from London to the track ng bill and it is dollars to hundreds of thousands of useful and why iarrett got out this last writ against 6he Why the short stop Texas Gash Discount of 15 Per Gent The committee say that while they coal tender slipp d and fell under the have received the first and second issues harmless birds uiauy of them mother Toronto ilobe says he be will get The reduction of what Todd Todd then secured a writ against have their hand- - in they had as well ex- Â¬ moving train Both legs were cut off Sittings of the Cherokee Bay Enterprise Arki t there ill birds with their nests full of young Cru- the postage to India and Australia which Richerson for false swearing He was off present reduced prices on For the Uest of Iti TntrtM rirt amine the other pikes in the county If in undertakes though Harri tried before Squire Wilis last week and W I Gentry and Bro editors and pn elty of unnecessary vivisection All these has just taken affect Baa led to renewed above the ankles Why dont you join the City Club every purchase starts out are but fractions of a great w hole which discussion of the proposal for an ocean - any there are that have not everything prietors The Enterprise bills fir buildthe cam referred to the grand jury Todd Bosh Its nothing but a mutual ad- Â¬ Yirks Floral tinide for ML in apple pie order it is time thev were with bright prospects if we may judge can be effectively reached by no law or penny pontage says that iarrett got mad with him over The belief seems general Correspondence solicited miration society looking as the Dutchman would say No lover of a fine plant or garden can a woman and that has brought on all by the advertisements and other features Then join the Garfallan Society power short of the A Imighty except by that Mr Uoschens next budget is likely Illustrated Fur Catalogue sent a leodle on It is an eleIlls Veracity Seriously rarettaaai afford to be without a copy It It is near the size of the Climax The the power of humane education Upon to include a provision to give effect to the I guess not The members there are the other troubles eternally fighting among themselves 1 the budding free to any address The American Humane project If Mr lleiiniker lleatons state gant book of over 100 pages 8 by lo1 Todd and Iarrett were both put under editors are sons of Tiiomas and Mrs A haul Match U arpers Bazar inches beautiful colored illustrations of Leah Gentry and grandsons of James Ednration Society the humming liees and first of its kind ment is correct the Cioechens hand will peace warrants last March by Judge Highest market prices paid Mr Richardson has several tini It will be re- in the world and similar societies which probably be forced by the action of the Sunrise Amaranthus Hydrangea and rlay Keeais for Heat Morton the former in the sum of 1000 Gentry of this county ited Mr June Walker in this p for Raw Fur Skins culInstructions for planting roundhogs the latter flMx for twelve months membered by your readers that the may follow it is to depend not only the United States Anyhow the nxluction Potatoes Four nice rooms for rent in McKee I Vickslmrg special Ui theCI Full list of everything that family moved from this neighborhood to protection of the lower races but the ele- just made is regarded as a halfway bouse tivating etc ither Send for Price building over W A Powells clothing - Richerson was in jail so ne time on several nce Mr James 8 RichPost Wichita Kan a fe w y ars ago W L vation of the higher the substitution of to complete reform as the Tall Mall Ga- can be desired in the way of Vegetable house corner Main and First streets Current n wealthy ouisiana cotton chat the Accident While Driving and Flower Seeds Plants Blubs etc was engaged for a w bile there in the ballots for bullets the prevention of zette indicates Suitable for offices or bed rooms Apply km the ardent K of plant Also full particulars regarding the cash A Tragedy Kerallcd ii af White real estate business Now he and Bro crimes of violence the dawning of the MRS E BCRGIN 31- Representative Fithian of Illinois can prizes of 1000 and 200 The novelties to lected ry nearly Nundiers of inrsons hereabouts will Chenauit turn up in Arkansas as edi Millennium Under Divine Providence scarcely rnival be in earnest in prop wing a have been tested and found worthy of the Mardi Go to Wallaces for your shoes of all y morning while driving ling of Well Madison blood will tell it recall the convict guard Ball who sending of this book Black Beauty U S it New Orleans his name has been be his life in Rockcastle county while on stems and we nope it is thereto succeed the every American home may he as graduated income tax to help defray the cultivation 3 37 We hope it will be our good kinds styles and grades His vehicle turned iet into - in an interesting con enormous burden of pensions aggregat- luck to tee the Nellie Lewi Carnation Iriving very rapidly and he fore t Success to them iu thi6 new venture duty The Mt Vernon signal says W P Baxter painter and paper hangwas the publication of Cnple Toms Cab- ing ty clubs and society cir somewhere in the neighlxirhood of and taste the Grand Rapids Lettuce It dera- The gun with which a negro convict er does the best work See him and get in an important step in the pr w hich RELIGIOUS 130000000 a year As Mr Fithian is a costs nothing because the 10 cents you 29- Henry Johiisiii murdered guard Ball a good job not only of American but the Worlds Democrat he probably makes the sugges Â¬ send for it can be deducted from the first tan not vet lie verified- - that Mr Rich- - some five years since near Buckeye this humanity and civilization Cain Weijrhtil ttomey married to i is really engaged to IkChaaeM to tion in order to bring home to the people order lorwarded Uev C P Williamson left for Virginia We advtse our friends OOUBty was fund a few days since hid- Â¬ Geo T Axoell liufT tlie Little Boy Do hotel clerks get very a realizing sense of the prodigality of the to secure a copy of James Vick Seedsman Winnie Davis daughter of the this week to be gone several days 1 den under a log within a hundred yards Milk street Boston oo which By Virtue of Vendi No Mg salaries r wcighisl party in power but whether he thus in Rochester N Y on y it Uev A M Frazier preached in the It will of where the tragedy took place issued from the Clerks Or Kentucky Uncle Mot often Iter of silver dol ran- it or not his bill will serve as a at tends States for MATRIMONIAL that when the K C First Presbyterion church Sunday be reniernlwred Then how can they afford such big trict Court of the Cnited Louisvillle the hone I p Brown A Kansas special to the Lexingtr n Press diin They varied from 408 to 412 gl on at forcible object lesson to the tax ridden District of Kentucky diamonds road wa being built through the county The ilade church have secured Uev Club moves along in its Tin Thirty five banks in this State of January 1S91 in favor of if them reached the full weight of farmer and worklngmau who are already says Mr Laoa Fife of Browning Mo Well you see they dont have to the 51st day States and against Three Cop- Â¬ used in the grading A W C Thompson of Lexington to much like convicts wero 412 grains Good the Cnited Tl irises from useful and pleasant to help support have gone into liquidation since Dec 1 pay any thing for their bcker of a preach on the 2nd Iords Day and formerly of this place and Miss Cecie pinched remorselessly per Stills I oil through a linen rag that out gang of a doaea convicts in charge The people wont borrow money during Mews t the los- parcertain favored classes in comfort and Denny were married at Marshall Mo The undersigned or one of us will on guard named liall arrived at this place night of each month for this year know of its exis the unsettled money condition and His moth- ease on Saturday February 14th Wkv H Is from Frankfort and started afoot across Uev Preston Blake will be absent in Wattersons pres- he night of Mr I tell you there la noth Â¬ OUdersleeve Thursday night C S Mashals Jas Har couldnt get it if they would Lejulere On reaching a lKiint near Virginia the 1st Sunday in March and er Mrs Anne Fife who was visiting her Will Be Used Headay ndon was the scene to Iingfords MONDAY MARCH 1 brother Mr B W Turner of this place per and Bert Daniels were coming from are calling in every dollar possible They ing like an Indian on the seent and Pres- Â¬ Buckeye Johnson complained that his his pulpit will be occupied by Uev V reached home just in time for the wedFebruary 22nd which is a national of an elaborate spread are afraid of the Alliance Wlnebiddie Is that why the GovernÂ¬ Grovson with five moonshiners Xear V fith presided handcuffs were hurting him The guard II Whitsctt of Louieville an able man ding lay will fall tl ment put him on ident A It being County Court Day offer for sale Morehead while the train was running Two Papers a Week far a Dollar a Year in loosening them received a blow from On what n in his usual happy style The menu to the highest bidder at the Court House This year Fjister will fall oa the 29th of conThe obi brick church at Inion City about L0 miles an hour Wallace Markly felled him Munseys Weekly The On the cent Edition of the St The Twice-a-wee- k door in the town of R t to make the mouth Jul i aeon which otlice and the Internal Revenue March 8 days earlier than last year The long and got up to go for a drink but instead ran Louis Republic is at once the best and this county that has ubjei of Madison for cash in hand All the good things vict then freed himstif from his sliack t Monday of a canii in earliest possible day for Foster is tin kindrrsarlen the tax the following described property tetaed the guards gun and pre- - of March ami it fell on that day in SIS done such a quantity of good in the re- out on the platform and leaped from the cheapest news journal in the world It ne that arecon- Miss Florence Hood will receive pupils to wit The material of He landed all right and made for is a big seyen column paper containing ligious world is to have something new train All the convict ii it at him particula may safor the first time in 200 years In 1913 within its walls A double wedding is to the hills Daniels and Harper immediate- Â¬ six or eight pages each issue or 12 to 16 in Kindergarten basement of Christian to re nu- Â¬ cept one which had been handcuffed present in abundant r will fall on the 2M of March as it place there on Thursday of next ly followed ami both were considerably every week and is mailed every Tuesday Church on and after Monday January Tiirec Johnson begged the monster not to kill did in Copper Stills Worms elicited ns and the i The latest 1S00 lMi and ISA She has just completed a specMiss Nannie bruised by their jump They commenced week February Mth d pit- Candidate fur Cirrait Clerk Its readers get the news of 5th and Friday the man The guard oecured in lvxi the L4th of April ami it Harris eldest daughter of Ih Join W shooting at their fleeing prisoner and af- Â¬ ial course in a Cincinnati training school lift but to no avail The will not fall on that date again until Mr W 1 the day almost as promptly and fully as Milk jS- And other distilling apparatus and T Harris and Mr James Noland and Miss ter about half mile run brought him to the readers of a Daily and half a week Killed Himself black scoundrel fired and killed the f Distilled N Uev J M Evans who has sugar from ackson county ty four Barrels and Homemade Callie Taylor daughter of Mr Owen Tay- a halt The train was held for them ahead of any Weekly in every State in Johnson and his other h to Rich- - belplem guard x as a caudidav lor re The sad news v Spirits to wit t successfully as the evangelist for principals and tljey safelv landed their prisoner in Union Yet the price is ONLY ONE at Dinellis it lor and Mr Wm Jet Kiirgin hail partner then He is a model jail here- DONELSON has a quantity of new Sul ted the nine years has been engaged by the The Climax extends hearty congratulaSpecial Missouri went on to camp DOLLAR A YEAR stent fatally shot hi Va to la- tions in ad vane Advices from the City of Mexico which Illinois and Texas Editions are printed rt time kies Surries and buggies of the newest and killing They were wit He was bor in their bounds at a salary have lieen sent out r for their tree of much of the news dur- and a General Edition for other States and most popular patterns and at very norn- - pardoned by ti rving in his acceptable ngat month He has just - Being the same proping the recent troubles in Central Ameri- contains nothing but details of inv reasonable figures under the cir ior irrd bv gun auu went away Entitled to the Best the I ca indicate that Guatemala has entered portant events of interest everywhere mer in crime was captured tin 1st church Charleston at which of to hunt Shortly Join h from For Over Fifty Year All are entitled to the best that their F the case oi the Mr jul WnaLoWsaiioTsnmSTasrliaa used for Term Spieer Weh Party i into the new mem alliance with Honduras The Republic is the leading Democratic asotiMta lor tfcssr mrmr flfty nan It ssUUobs vs s in money will buy so every family should iIM while leetMac withm yertect mini It States vador and is preparing for war paper of the country aggressive but at t camp where he WM strung up by will le ft Spider Web Party at w Waller Chi the 1 ice between the hours of snsthM iWesaa loflitsi MJ sll ylm Sale have at once a bottle of the best family nth and we are sorry he will IB MS raaMajr tor wu-received hex a prominent same time liberal and the only thor- he above named 10 A M h th Svrup of Figs to cleanse the Kentucky day ineerrprttfUie Mr Ball ly national journal in the It in army was an est Id whole He v tmmmA mmtur Mrs n when costive or bilious For sale in the little WlastowsSontataa Syroy sn rsrsnoolif slmi There is seri country Remember the price is ONLY several days ago on a charge af that the th much c and D BURCHETT 100 boitles by all leading nth of a the town nation On Saturday he attempted to es-- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Sample W P Baxter does not do your job for drugg 111 D S M K D F time the Bloominton m copies also an illustrated Premium Cata half price but does ycj a good job for lying yee vena This it itaffbro f the Christian church have t rday of his W ogue sent free onapplicatic n Address a reasonable price the urnJohnson ce from See him if vou am introduction of in- - ion clause in the constitution state of affairs that prevails in Guatewa- - The Ref uiic St Louis Mo Be sun-going to have any done 3 but er from the Committee on Public Ruill tared id Grounds to chom was n i ad the bill H K B828 for the crcctim Flnaee la building his mead public building at Uichmond Ky re street Bear Estill ave- - potted it with mt amendment am friiin Oon uan McCriary announces that the lyer shipped sixteen jacks rning Farmers bill paai The Lions Share wk i oluma for j kctili of the ui pablfabeda -- frnhurp graad list of Laad ow itain- Paore There were 175 of them and their Ian ited 91125 have 16400 the runui therefore tlie 17 owners Jiosseas lerabiy more than one third of the Ship Park of this land in the county Outside of UichI lircctor ill the mond there are more than 4000 families le in the county so that 175 families own - much land as the other 4H fami- the i arcaa b Mr Spoon Watteroon said in conversation while here the other night that he felt a iecial interest in Uichmond beeaeae Ids grandfather was a resident and per haps a native of the place Hie name was Black and he was a Pn sbyterian minister There were several brothers and while Mr Wattersons am went away the others remained and their kindred are yet to lie found in the eountv The distinguished editor said that he hojwsl sonic day to have time for a months Rejourn in the town and county and while here to inquire after his relatives Who knows but what some of the star eyed goddesses hereabonta an- kin to the star cved goddess of the Falls Citv Â¬ Â¬ - testing the crime and was brought here a numlier of times for trial but owing to their inability to get witnesses to attend court from a distance the authorities offered and the defense accepted a com promise verdict of a few years in the stati prison Â¬ PERSONAL Miss Icna Duerson has gone to Chicago to study art Itev Preston lllake left Monday for a visit to his mother in Virginia Mr B W Turner w ill leave on Friday for New York to purchase his spring ihw Squire Boones Bell Mr J Lea Ballard of Whites Station this county has a horse bell that belong spiire Boone brother of the famous old pioneer Daniel Doone It has his name and the date iiion it Squire erected a large stone and pal upon it his name and the date This is vet to n near Whites Station Madison County and is illustrated in Collins His- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I i Â¬ lions A It Rurnam J Speed Smith and John Bennett left for Washington yesterday on business Mrs J Howard Wilson and Mrs Kav anaugh Tipton left Saturday for Uichmond to visit the family of Judge Chen ault Mt Stsrlimj Mr Tesw Noble a praeperoai young farmer of this county having sold his property set out last week for Decatur Illinois which locality he will make his home If the good looking girls out that way dont want to investigate the question as to whether or not marriage is a failure they had better keep their eyes picked Those of White Lodge K of P this place who will attend the 28th anniversary of Knights of Pythias at Lexington today are T T Covington II Perry G W Pickles Jijc Cuinchiglini J D Feeney Wm Buckley has Tudor W M Blount P H Sullivan W S Liudgraft Harris Frank W Miller Dave C Uiggcrstali L T Wilson J J Adams Chas Jacobs Â¬ Â¬ J strumental music into their choir service and as a result the church has been li- vidnl into two factions A few dayi n ballot was taken and by a small majority it was decided to huv an organ An instrument was bought and for the first time instrumental music was heard in the church A numlier of the leading members had already withdrawn and the attendance was light Some time during Sunday night the church was broken open and the organ dragged into the streets where charred fragments of it were found Monday morning The instrument had been stuffed full of straw on which kerosene had been jioured and then set on tire Although a number of iier sons must have taken jiart in the affair no clew to their identity has yet beaea obtained A large reward has offered for the identification ot the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS M Sanilifer a native of died at Somerset aged t3 years Dick Benton Combs and Jas Miller who were examined before Judge Holwou under charge of the murder of Shade Combs were held over and allowed hail in the sum of 10000 each in default of which they were remanded to jail Jack wn HuMler Kentucky and Ohio may unite to give the courts a job deciding who really does own that river front strip of land front- Â¬ ing Cincinnati Gor Buckner is dis iiosod to regard the case with some seri ousness and a Newport lawyer is consulting the attorney general almut the case A special from Stanton says County Clerk Lyle to day issued a license to Mr Hyrtm Wright of Bath county aired seventy years to wed Miss Martha Jane Powell of Powell eountv aged sixty vears this lieing the fourth marriage of the groom and the first marriage ot the bride Bussed Brown a neirro sent to the en itentiary from Lexington upon the charge of manslaughter who was released on parole after serving four months of his time was returned to the pen on Monday loonier of the Governor having violated the terms of his parole Fmniftri Mrnmd- - Judge James Iincuster Â¬ Â¬ despoilers Â¬ Â¬ la insubordination might mean almost anything so the charge is ieft in the state of indefiniteness usual in the countries where a rigid censorship of the press ia maintained Little hope of permanency wits felt in this country in the peace patched up between Guatemala and Salvador a few months ago It was generally thought that Guatemala would seize the first opportunity to attack her weaker adversary and if it should prove true that she has secured an ally in Honduras it is not likely that the opening of hostilities will be long postponed Lewis Jones an old Mexican Veteran born ami raised in Clailiorne county served in the Mexican war and is now a pensioner of the I S for that service Since the dose of the war the old veteran has iaaa the greatest boatman in F ast Tennessee having built and floated down Powells river to Chattanooga 127 flat boats loaded with produce Up to about one year ago this was the Only way to reach the market w it Ii produce The distance by the meanderings of the river is not far from 400 Bailee but ahoal 100 miles in a direct line Just at the close of the war he parchaaad of the Government all the cannon arms and accouterments of the army left at this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nellie Lewis Careatiee of the best novelties for 1891 is an elegant Carnation growing on long stems a free bloomer with large flowers of an exquisite shade of pink something entirely different from anything in Carnations This flower is destined to become a great favorite among the florists as the ladies prize it very highly for corsage bouquets and decorative purposes generally The endorse- Â¬ ment of the old firm of James Vick N who introduce this Y Rochester plant is enough to assure the public that it is all they claim for it The price is only 50 cents each three for 15 doz 400 but a better way would be to send ro cents for Vicks Floral Guide and 10 cents can be deducted from the first order forwarded for seeds it Grew iig The latest and one Â¬ Â¬ When Mr S L Midkiff came to Rich- Â¬ mond a few years ago he opened a small shop and did all the work himself with By careful attention to time to spare business and the execution of the best extended until two work his patronage assistants could not keep up with the de-Â¬ Mr Midkiff then built a three mands story shop of wide proportions and em Any arhalf a dozen workmen ticle in wood or iron done in city style and V- at low rates Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS Flllt CIRCCIT OUUKT CLKXtK ubjtct to tlie anion r candidate for the Deroucral- - M G Dunlap of Niagara Falls N Y has purchased the McLean House in Appomattox county rendered historic by the fact that General Lei -- J Â¬ Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tank Â¬ t- 1 1 Â¬ lr will Â¬ DIVIDEND Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iivi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5- Louisville - Kantacl Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 3- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IN r Â¬ 1 Â¬ i i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ len RmRlERS eiNeiNNATio Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ f 1 Â¬ MARSHALS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i - 9e SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 ap-pla- Â¬ Â¬ i APPLE BRANDY Â¬ Â¬ t 5- L bn 1 M J - I - MARIONS MONEY Furnisi the Parlor or Holp Davo Was the Question ALL I dunno Silas ither do I Liry Siliis Ba i as com Â¬ monly known spread out on his che ovemllod knee a pai- - f knotted hands and jgllf a - though tfully conlem them whilts a couple of half grown c i ventured to their it at MMMthin- ao tt for heavy on lu r meet them 1 here was a look of mute questioning BACHELORS BUTTONS in poor fncle Sis eyes its she returned the epistle but she did not answer it Unpretentious Flowers That Afford the Gardener Continual Delight only took down a pail ttf feed for the If bachelors buttons once enter the nens ana tying on ner eun- family gardens they come to stay not however to the discomfort of the 1 gardener but on the contrary to bis 4irV continual delight For this self same annual appears year after year under in i r the most adverse circumstances to furnish its graceful dainty blooms from early summer to the very end of the season I only give them the odd corners leeause of this pertinacity to live and do well where nothing else will and so oftentime they have but the garden for a background with but a common potato or pea vine for a comrade They are so very old fashioned that I think our must have been the first to plant the seed and few of the flower loving world of to day are as well acquainted with their merits as our x cestors yet as old things are every day growing more fashionable why should not this charming old flower JCST READ THA JIARIOX r Sometimes the people upon coming out ana inc 6UDject was dropped until into mv country garden from the after supper when sho herself revived town below cry out Oh what are uu i Li rJ OLIVER PLOWS 1 A Ok D H RUFF W Ma te C FITZPATRICK WHAT TOO WANT KITCHEN WE REFER T I Tjuiiia ItovSic P s0Tw ojy JlVs PRECISELY L Â¬ Sll1 THE UNSURPASSED k 1 rs Â¬ UTCIIUEHUEIELEI DEAIKK IN- - Watelies Clocks Jewelry 8ilver and it i tia Miggea- - h an upward y I fault dint was as- - find no rned rem it she hut Uncle J leant t a it was G y happy-go-luck- car I hat In - f-- cni that hand alwu lential in i i r succeed heavily as the calico hand aroond the pilm leaf hat with a led Dave had temperament ind he knew ood vn piteofhia hear V rixl Lizy it who may turn out him rht he an- - rply r us and Twixt us all m he uld What do you think about it mother Ought I to give the money she asked You know how1 shabby the to Dave parl r Mrs Harney was dep in the china t and did not answer at first hut when she did her voice was rather shaky I dunno Marion Do she said just as you like the money is yourn an no rijrht to it beyond the claim of flesh and blood Youve worked hard for it an the parlors shabby I know Poor Dave Marion knew just what her mother thought The claim of his sunny blue eyes and frank nature was more to them all than the claim of justice Uncle Si was lookinj at her and she heard him murmur as he took a pine stick from the wood box and went out doors to whitt Poor Dave hes a good boy she said Ill decide shortly thinking of the long cherished parlor suite then of her brother with his inability to stiek but love con- Â¬ quered Ill do without for another rear she whispered to herself brush Dave shall have it ing away a tear this time as he did before and may he ed rlaled war etc Hpeciiil attention given to FKTTINOf DIAMONDS AND OTHEK PUriCIOUS OTOlfEH Iters r w J I i atm K REPAIRING Promptly done and in a workmanlike LEXIUGTOIT EELLE RAITC E AND-- manner Cash Paid for 01dGold and Silver neit door Ky TPOH BACTIEI OBS BLTTOXS -- SaX 13 33TET- - Dont foruet the place to the Post office Kichmoud SHACKELFORD DKALEU8 IN ALH KINDS OF- - GENTRY H 30- - COOK STOVE Aoo Jl 1 Iut after hes re had to odin him ad as you fn r tone - wed all Mar She said nothing lowever until she came back next day from her journey after her school moiiey just fifty four dollars then she placed a letter in Uncle Sis liand Read it she sale quietly And if you can take it to town this afternoon Uncle Si hilariously spelled out the few lines while his hand trembled so he could hardly holt the paper Dear Brotiteii Dve Inclosed are the fifty dollars desired I nope 11 Is enough Let us know how the case tnalr Vrasa- - ever HAMS n Babket put rks so Thats o fi Meet t d poor Dave ter hut when he rnyard where I school all a gildin his yeller 1 you wait -- to now said he Ill of n the farm an nt work till a yicen Jest you Mrs Harney iwful good ad of The ta him But he with the best ny of it 1 1 is letter peful ou Marion ejaculated Uncle Si letting the paper flutter to the floor while he clasped her hand Its a great sacrifice to you child but the good Iml wil reward you and Dave will n t be ungrateful Yes Ill go to the village tlis afternoon never mind Dollys lameness nor the hayin either The old claw legged parlor furniture with its hair cloth upholstering was refurbished and the worn carpet and green window shades mended while the picture of Dave in a new frame emil ly down from the mantel entirely v a of the darned and patched furniture day Uncle Si came down from the vila aglow with pleasure and his eyes shining as if youth had been renci Read thi he c into Marions lap Just read that Marl Daves plan tell and inclosed was a cheek for one hundred dollars principal and those and when I tell them lachelorB buttons they have not even heard of the name but are delighted to have a handful to wear and by the way no flower with a lonp slender stem is more graceful than these for a breast knot or will last longer out of water then vitality and pertinacity again They ere of a variety of colors of which different shades of blue and pink are the most common with sometimes a clear pure white among them They grow upon tall slender stems and are wonderful little blooms of ragged or pinked out edges with only themselves for show since their foliage is so delicate it is not at all observable when They will sow they are in bkom themselves year alter year coming up in the hardest and most uncompromis- Â¬ ing places and require but the hand of the weedcr t keep them in order Tor a tall dciieate lipped vase they are pe culiarly beautiful as cut flowers and will last upon the stalks until you wonder at them and all the time their color remains rs bright as at first Vicks Magazine Â¬ I Â¬ Han iU TinwRrR XAAAWA WnnnonwQire AND WAGON MAKERS ii urn lsniDg i BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Ms wzmmBm 2nn VD1FS 40- - novm 00oi oo Roofing and GutteringBll BMOXD - Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds Ky March IS rrkl1UKH m k P4 k m f75 SSfc plTows I AM AGENT FOR- - Ilis Vulcan I W A POWELL FARLEY THE ONLY CORNER HOUSE CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND CORÂ¬ d Urn Mi F I W L DOUCLAS and other perUI ties rnr ientUmrn UMllesrtcrewT AdtlreM rmntPd and bo stamped on bottom WL UOLXiLAnBrocaicanasfc Soldby Trl r ii II Wlli THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT EVER MAI ALSO THE FAMOUS ii NER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS EVERYTHING IN THE KEEPS One of the oldest houses in of Sold by Jack Freernan Big Injun Sulky Kentucky WROUGHT smiths RIMS LINE OF keeps IRON a variety for black- AMONG THE POULTRY BepmMsB WHEELS and STORES lor PowersHagan DRUGGISTS Corner Main ami First RICHMON D HAMES COLLARS BACKBANDS AND TRA BOSS RAKES PORKS SHOVELS THr all fowls that feather slowly are hardy Well-kei-- t fowls will commence to lay as soon rs well matured Ir the young chickens are kept free from lice they will usually be free from Ctn hay or clover sprinkle bran or meal over it and then scchl with hot water this makes a good feed for poul- Â¬ Generally other supplies Best CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING waijoii makers makes of Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPUJ Streets FARM INC EMBLEMENTS Fine Unerware Hats Go try While the profits on commercial poultry are usualv smaller than on fancy sure they are generally much more Gloves Valises Umbrellas lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION Headquarters for FIELD SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE and best brands of STAPLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT -- KENTUCKY TOTHf 0 A SPECIALTY fcr C ASE v he U Si aint with a piti- entreaty in his eyes lie al- - There Marion there cried Uncle rly dancing in his glee Whatd I say An now aint you glad you sent the money to Dave The parlor can be furnished now an you wont have to teach school no longer Oh d But Marion only smiled It was all the answer she coulj make just then Mittic E Towle in The Home DAIRY SUGGESTIONS e in sucÂ¬ Tnr to have the cows cal National Stockman cide m jrro fnis every thing for mother to de- Â¬ and her word was law so he for a verdict Dave did it of kin for his weak tem- Â¬ ttiu poral Marions coming Mrs Barney Suppose we leave it to her said we do Lizy Uncle Si answered a ring of pleasure in his on the There hen door and soon a ta slender woman 1 with a if rather plrin face school is L hanjnng her shade hat n was in have acei unt of re- Â¬ I around to morrow pay and czn t we go to tL Monday a Ma Sli- ess pairs ly t Mrm l appealingly into ray of hop uid in a hope igh less kind of tva I dunn Marion I guess not Dollys lame an hayin an other things kind of prevent I got a letter from Dave Marion Dave Marion queried im Ai write ud again and began le cloth 11 f altered Uncle Si in his usual weak wnv he said hes en- tt agin some of his to establish a claim tS You in his last let- if he succeeds he tdently rich and the law an all he wants is as usual said Marion with How much ght not a cession if you have a large crd then have two or three or more cve about the same date As the cold increases increase the feed It takes just so much feed to support the cow in a warm stubk the balance goes to make milk or flesh Ex ther way are not good Jor the butter In selling milk to con- Â¬ sumers stir it before dipping it out so customer will get his share of richness in cold sunny days the cows like to be out in the yard eating roughness second quality corn fodder weedy nay wheat or oat straw It doesnt count much as feed but it helps and the cows will eat their nights ration just as usual Ix a cold stable much more feed is required than in a warm one It is cheaper to warm the cows with a tight table than with extra feed And a comfortable 6table will be comfortable for the milker He will take more pains all the milk and will not be cross to the cows Change the feed often if you can give better feed each time Hut if the feed is good no change is needed Dont I the salt and let the cows judge as to the quantity they want That is give them access to salt every day in- Â¬ stead of putting a fixed amount in thcir feed If you have no wooden paddles to handle the butter with make some and dont touch the butter with your hands again It makes no difference even though you are a woman Women make better butter than men because they can see or Fmell any thing that is wrong quicker And they will take more pains to right it Men say they guess that will do women say That w mt do But a woman always it h r hindsiro clean Â¬ Â¬ in--- corn meal or wheat bran and baked make an excellent feed for poultry of all kinds Ir you can not afford to have full bred chickens purchase at least a full blood rooster to cross with your com- Â¬ mon hens is certainly no economy in compelling poultry to stand around in the cold mud all day better keep them under shelter Geese can be picked regularly every six weeks after the first of May and the feathers secured wiU pay well for the trouble of keeping them EfBBisii under which rats can harbor should not be allowed near the poultry house or yards Hats often prove very destructive to young poultry Kirn use a ICMfi gangling over Â¬ grown rooster for breeding It is near- Â¬ ly impossible to fill them up and they never make a good table fowl The little chickens that are kept in the brooders should be watered regular-Â¬ ly Give them what they will drink without getting themselves wet- Pekin ducks excel nearlj- - or quite all breeds of chickens as egg producers They will lay an egg every twenty four hours after they once begin until hot Beef or pork cracklings mixed with And See My Goods - Come to the house where and PRESCRIPTIONS your Tun t costs you nothing- to look through my choice stock and I am sure you will he pleased grandfathers carefully compounded day and experienced physibought their goods half a century night by an cian and pharmacist lathers V C FITZPATRICK ago GREAT 7PR0P0SITM Jljounial THE- - W L FAELEY Successor to John DRUGS 33- - W A POWELL lHl3Pw3w Farter Medicines Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS c he f oumr IN CONNECTION UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY MUCH VALUABLE nrFOKLIATIOH t AM CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PHETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES They are for sale If you want a vehicle come and wee me and you wont K home without one 5 JOHN DONELSOX Cures 3 Willi CF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAIN UDY OF THIS MAP OF POWERS HAGAN AMERICANIZED ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA weather As be fed so much that they will not scratch Better scatter some of the grain among the litter and let them scratch for it Renting Time a general rule hens should never WE KEEP TINWARE AND FOR 8 CTS A DAY 250 a Month for One Tear THE - ONLY - ENCYCLOPEDIA - COMPLETE - UP - 70 DATE on the roost reasonable term very Intest patterns My vehicles are all new and of the SDRL Applicants Your description of the house just fills the bill How about the water supply Agent Never any trouble about that-- The cellar is full of it Harpers Bazar The North Dakota Senate considered the concurrent resolution of the House on resubmission of prohibition and concurred in it yeas 15 nays 14 He submission was carried bv the votes of those West Slone memlnm who had been instructed against it To pay them back a resolution was earned through 20 to 8 in favor of Capitol re- Â¬ moval and providing for a joint com- Â¬ mittee to report on the various sites Martin Badger track walker on the Central railroad of New Jersey reports having a thrilling experience on the mountain side near Wilkesbarre Pa He was pursued by two big bears and had to flee for his life Finally he sig- Â¬ naled a freight train the crew dismounted the bears became frightened and escaped to the woods Hunters are now in pursuit At New Albany Ind the boiler of John Ilatzs v ood yard exploded with such terrific force that the building was blown to pieces and the boiler was car- Â¬ ried up in the air about 100 feet George Sherrer the engineer was blown the yard his right leg being blown off at the knee He is not expected to sur- Â¬ vive Levy Upon 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proximity for yonr- - wine and iron that I ordered Ves Tea read it htv to the old Tithing lb and self urged Deacon Wtters Yes it was first Aid to UUu Sufferers day clock rate Never enjoyed a bottle of medi- Â¬ fumbUngabc Colonel James Geary lt Wayne Drank it up Ind Sunday cine better 11 my life forwarded 1000 to the and after without takin breath But doctor sufferers of the recent Mammoth Mine adjusting bis specks a there was too much iron in it letter to So I should im Â¬ disaster in Pennsylvania Doctor Humph m m Marion She took it without a word agine rlialHMi W iters Yes the iron all the end It was frankly and read it to Deacon honest way clearly went to my feet and made em so heavy I could hardlf walk N Y Weekly ig the case and asking for ire te mortally te aak yon be wrote In one re was place an Bwwaiaase n rwartaaeaj yea tir i v he plan can not tail to turn rands to carry me n thousand dollars to on nd then father re jiaj- It nsok with the tweo dollars baslda sad prsseely Interest os both I know you w BOB Otrf tu posaJiile i e DAVS I wonder who left that Bisbe Hie umbrella there Ill bet sum blamed fool of a drunkard aint fur from it Judge JH JOHN SEBASTIAN XI I iaT- - Aor YUf - XW tf wlwtrur rn m KliisWtl 10UmAtlllr h made at ruse Aunfin Juu t Iil rl Ifiio in OtUnirfd iir a well Vhv bouie rrn ovrr till Tm con do h n ork tn hrm fortitn1iab-t-rmy rl Engineer and Surveyor rft r n ui lim mi tibX K Nf mh Ih tl t Farm rn be Surveys made fr Railways Turnpikes Roadways Estimates given tlrainsge Town Lots laid osT UNPARALLELED OFFER OUR PROPOSITION BRITANNICA in Cloth ol I GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Lines retraced LOT DR G W EVANS G WEVANS JR G W EEiL Evans Son KY attention to the details FOE m EM IDS ID CDUBHK RICHMOND property at on February I offer for sale the residence and Eighty foot grounds on Third street front new house with three room kitch All in good en cellar outbuildings Sic repair On street car line 26- G W PICKELS Special attention given daily delivered at your and plats of ICANIZ1ED ENCYCLOPAEDIA to loigriipliioal ma Correspond- Â¬ farms and other lauds 3000 payable in monti ence solicited with parties interested In surveys of lands in mountain coun- Â¬ plete set of Encyclopedia d f ties -- Kentucky pavable 250 a month Otrice City Hall Richmond Ky 9- - ayment M if Literary Note Steam Thrasher for Sals that I see thai in the preface to your book you state that is written to fill a long felt wan t What do you mean by shot Dead at a Ball What do I dnean by that Why Ive been needing a square meal for the last eighteen months Dont you call that a long felt wait Tfcjas S if tings ing ox and propone to give them away to all who are not able to buy Ministers throughith 1 2 horse out the county are requested to see that First class Thrasher power traction Engine and 36 inch the poor of their respective vicinities are Separator 1 erms easy In good repair supplied W L CRUTCHER President JOHN GRADY I Mad Nat Bank 49 48 KirksvUle Ky 3- 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