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It 4j igj - ii IV jj tj AND- - VOLUME ATTOHNKYK A SCLhl VAN A fI TO THE General Sherman Laid to St Louis The 1 Che I ON Â¬ Â¬ 1 H THE BOCKS Perish KA1 U S Govt Report Aug 17 mfrarYt - J ffi euj- - -- ijjieujji gffia NUMBER 37 P RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 25 1891 TOM Eet in Holy ltosary Here they laid it down upon a bier Father mother son and babe were united in death The bier had been placed directly in front of the 8 ho aied of littl Willip at tne age ol years In 1S03 To tne right was the grave of Mrs Sherman surmounted by a handsome monument to the left that of baby Charles who died in South Bend lnd in 1864 before his first year of lite had pa ssel The winel whistled through the life- Â¬ less branches of the trees but every head was bared and bowed as Father Sherman stepped to the head of the casket The fortitude of his sisters de- Â¬ serted them at this trying juncture and they gave way feebly to their grief in sobs and moans tK THE FUNERAL TRAIN Imuaxaioiis lnd Feb L Th train bearing the liody of Gener il SherJOIHNTV J TTOH Richmond El - A TLA H Kentucky as formerly oc- Otseeon Kln i lo- iiniv Jteiae Miller Biui Pimples Blotches IRE R Highest of all in Leavening Power i88 A Vessel Goes to Pieces on the Pacific Coast Fourteen of the Crew and Four Itescners The ship Elizabeth of New York which went ashore on the rocks at North Head Saturtlay night had twenty men on board the Captain two mates the cook and sixteen sailors also the Captains wife and two children Three sailors the Captains wife and chil- dren got off in a small boat The boat capsized but the occupants were rescued by a tug It is thought that the rest of the vessels crew were drowned A lifeboat went to the shipwreck sailors but was capsized by the waves and the captain of the boat drowned The ship is breaking up fast on the rocks and will be a total loss Tugs have taken two parties of men the bay to Banceltto and they have started over the bills to search the beach for survivors It is now known that the captain anel seven teen sailors of the ship Elizabeth were drowned in the wreck The details of the wreck are hard to obtain as the point where the ship went on the rocks is in aeeessable by sea and to reach it by lanel a climb of several miles over the mountains is ne oessary The place is called the Tennessee dive and is four miles north of this entrance to the harbor on the Marine County shore Early Sunday morning the tug went to seme the of the wreck and found that nothing was left of the Elizabeth She had gone to pieces during the night As BOOM as the wreck was reported Saturday the Port Point Life saving erew ci mmandeu ly Captain Henry started in a lifeboat for tho wreck They were ln ing towed by tho tug when Captain Henry was washed overboard by a big wave and drowne d The lifeboat could not get nearer tho wreck and returuetl to the station Â¬ GREAT V PROPOSITIONj OF IX A WELL A - TTORXEi T LA W Kkntvcky BURNAJt ORNETS-AT-LA- Kenticky Illiniums Uuildiiig S IAL MJROKRY LN D D HICRMOND lluk hEXTCCKi ver Madison National JJRIFFE Sanitary ILlV Kmimonis W - BURG1N W DENTIST Kenticky A her Main mill Piirrll KirM 1 M lolliliu 4j- - J CREED EIRKSVILLR KENTUCKT W iioll Kverytlilni 41 A WILKESSMITU SURGEON KKNTICKY - nllll Hull 11111111 I Office i iitiiiu iK 1 M - GAS FIXTURES PHYSKIAJ J I SHOLT0N Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Kentucky - ll il atleiitlil dirti a ills- lreiile1 at lit le I AULTZ CIA X W M A 1 XD S I RGEOX KtSIUKV Illinium IK- Main -lllis wp simrs K A - IM BLACK PHTSICIAN AND SURGEON Rro Hook Ky enrstciAN and si rgbon - mimm flairs II i - - - Kkvticky 2- ind National - It GIBSON PHTSlCtA X a Xl SURGEON KlNTClKY - up stall JU Ph Kllll - M POYNTZ V AND - SURGEON - KENTl tKV While V i ni xi ti - IV KVANS M PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Fr Lotis Feb 11 The last taps have beta sounded the bnjrlers have trumrnted a final farewell and William Teeumseh Sherman sleeps with his kindred Only the fresh covered earth Hmm a awe bu od poison on a mound in Calvary Cenu 0 for busiiKss for four years A J tells the ktorj that the last of that S S cured me IC IotsCitv Marshal great triumvirate at American Cener Fulton Arkansas als Whose fame is as imperishable as T satise on Tilood and Skin Diseases mailed the Nation itself has been laid at rest tree bwu r SrtciFic Atlanta Oa between the helpmate who until called away smoothed and comforted his de- Â¬ clining yearb and Little Willie his idolized soldier Laddie Jeneral Shermans desire that his ob- Â¬ sequies should be of a military character was obeyed to the most extreme particular Hut at the same time it Plumbs was found iiiiposMble to draw a hard and fast line that would prohibit the great mass of the people of the city in and Qas which he ha1 spent so many years of his life and who at one time remarried him as its particular own from paying a last DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF tribute of respect to hi memory So something almost without precedent in a strictly military funeral two civic divisions were added to the procession CHANDELIERS GLOBES and formed not the least impressive feature of the event In the busiuess center of the city there were no outward manifestations AND of mourning beyond the flags at half mast and an occasional picture of the dead man with its border of crape in a store window but out in the residence district which was traversed by the procession there was hardly a residence poor or rich that did not ex- Â¬ BATH TUBS hibit some token of sorrow and respect A very large proportion of both men and women wore u memorial badge of a the deHYDRANTS white silk withand picture of fastenedGeneral the date to their breasts by an American eagle tied in crape On the arrival of the train at the bridge at SS0 a m a salute of seven runs was fire by a battery sta on the lercc and a second salute Ami all kinds of Mill Supplies was was fired Plumbing done in the Latest Mod the Unionas the train crowdpulling into depot The about the train both in East St Louis and at the ern nion depot in the city were very large and were managed with great diffi cult by the polie- When the train had corne to a standstill it was liarded by a deputation of old comrades of RanAll Gas Tines nut in according to som Post i A R under the command of Commander II L Ripley which the rules ol the New Gas Com after relieving the guard received Uie remains and mounted guard panv The funeral party was received at the train by Messrs lames B Yejttman and Henry Hitchcock friends of lien eral Shermans family and a deputation of twenty five citizens from the general reception ci mmittee Most of the party remained on the train until the time set for the funeral a deputa- Â¬ tion from Ransom pest under Com- Â¬ Hi s mander II L Ripley mounting guard over the lody At VJW oclock the regulars coiimanded by General Wes marched to the de- Â¬ ey OLAND pot Mcrritt coffin was tenderly KBITU The meml ers of Ransom by lifted upon a caisson post and plae BAIWrVKr Members of the fain ly and the funeral escort were then usl ered into carriages SHORTEST AM OJMCKBST HETWEEN by the reception committee and followed the caisson to Twelfth and Pine streets where the procession was in readiness The paaeant was made up Only direct line between in the following order Ccoreeto sra Parle and Brevet Hn Frantfort ral Jamei W Forsythe laft BArinaoal No Caaibus Traasfer oring to tlrozv off the impurities Nothing is so beneficial in assisting uatyre as Shifts Specific S S S It is a simple vegetable compound Is harmless to the most delicate child yet on to the surface and eliminates it from the blood at nature is endeav- That th hlnnJ it Remains Escorted to Calvary Cemetery by an Immense Pro-Â¬ cessionThe Last Rites 1IOSORS RoYal FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS Senator Btockbridge hua by request Introduced a bill entitled an acl to Incorporate tho National Guaranty Loan ard Development Company Some of the purposes for which this company Baking Powder W1111E isterbed with militahy jmsm ffhe f oumr 3onrnal IN CONNECTION WITH THE- - ABSOlJUTEUlf PURE KENTICKY STATE NEW Creed sTOS u Fitter HOSE SANITARY STYLE 1 Cincinnati and Frankfort Military Escort Ransom Poat Clen Pall lieu ri U A RTJ ASK FOB TICKETS VIA KY MlDLlNIL Remain- Ex i IAYLOR in Med Practitioner ine and Surgery KEMTI KY Trains run hv Central StanlarJ Time Time Table December 15 1890 TRAi 5 man reached here at 10 oclock Friday night At all the stations along the line of its journey through Pennsyl vania Ohio and Indiana Grand Army were drawn up in line on the platforms salutes were fired and church bells tolletl as the train swept by The reception at Richmond the In- Â¬ diana State line was the finest that had been seen during the day Inder the roof of the great railroad station nealy 10000 people were in waiting As the train moved up the track the band played a dirge and the veterans with uncovered heads saluted Behind them were rangeel the Sons of Veterans and the Womans Relief Corps Alvin P Ilovey Governor of Indiana and Department Commander Stormcut G A boarde d the train at R Richmond They had come from Indianapolis to meet the funeral cortege at the border line of the State They were welcomed by General Scho field Three volleys of musketry were fired as the train left the depot AH along the platform outside the COT ered station stood a dense crowd of people in Thousands stood the pouring rain without umbrellas under the dripping skies hat in hand to see the funeral cortege pass Tlkre Hai tk lnd Feb 21 At In- Â¬ dianapolis a delegation from Ransom A It of St Louis the post of Post which General Sherman was a member at the time of his death lmarded the train It was composed ef the four past senior commanders of the post The train made no stop between Indian- Â¬ apolis and ireencastle where it arrived shortly after midnight At Brazil as the train passed through a volley of musketry was fired by a lino of veterans In spite of the lateness of the hour of arrival the station here was well filled Most of the cars were dark as their occupants had retired to rest The train stopped here only a few min- Â¬ utes DICKERSON WILL DIE The Sacrifice of His Brother Masons of No Avail He Lucks SurTHcnt Vitality to Endure the Strain I pon His System Chicago Feb 21 John O Dicker son a patient at the Emergency hospi- Â¬ tal upon whom the experiment of engrafting 144 square inches of human cuticle was performed Sunday Jan- Â¬ uary 18 is dying The of 200 fellow Knights of St Bernard Commanderv each of whom contributed his mite of skin and the skill of Dr Fenger and his assistants have availed him nothing The experi- Â¬ ment was apparently a success the new skin seemed ti have become part of the flesh but his system could not stand the demands made upon it anel he is gradually wasting away The operations to which ho different has been subjected had necessitated the use of chloroform and other His stom Â¬ drags to a large extent ach was unequal to the demands made upon it aud since Sunday he has leen able to take little nourishment of Sine- - Sunday the patient any kind He apparhas been unable to speak of what is ently has some cons 111 Department going on in the room anil many of his It feUow membcrs think he has recognized He them but he has made no sign lies almost in a stupor and perfectly ed help aud Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Wasitingtos 8cond Soulon Fob in Sehat Â¬ Is Incorporated are The amelioration of the condition of the poor the development of the unoccupied farming and mining lands of tho Unite States by furnishing actual bona fide settlers and miners with the necessary means to cuitivnte said lands and operate said mines tho development of water ways water powers and other natural resources that may conduce to National wealth and the comfort conven- lence and prosperity ol the people Ilotsg Mr Cutcheon Chairman of the Committee on Military Affairs reported a series of resolutions on the death of General Wm T Sherman Short eulogistic addresses were made by Grosvenor O Outhwalte O Hen- Cogsvell Msss Vanderver derson 111 In Cal and Williams O Wheeler Ala accordance with the resolutions passed the Speaker appointed the following commutes to attend the funeral of the late General as repre Â¬ sentatives of that body Messrs Cutcheon Spinola Cogswell Cumnines Grosvenor Kln sey Tarsney Henderson 111 and Outhwalte The Senate appointed a similar committee Thi cre Washihotov Feb 17 Sbiate dentials of Peffer Kan and Voorhees lnd were presented The diplomatic and consular appropriation bill was passed with the Ha Â¬ i The copyright bill waiian cabe amendment was taken up Mr Eilmuuds moved to amend Section II which provides that the act shall only apply to a citizen or subject of a foreign State when that Stale permits to citizens ot the United States the benefit of copyright on RUSHING WATERS substantially the same basis as to Its own citi zens by striking out the rest of the section - and inserting the words The existence of the Another Flood Is Hurled Ipon Iarkerabarg W Vs conditions aforesaid shal be determned by the A scene of desolation from the Ohio President of ihe United States by proclamation made from time to time as the purposes of this river front to the Little Kanawha fron may require After a brief discussion the 85000 at Parkersburg W Va on Inith sieles act amendment was agreed to without division Grekn Lav a white man was the net the eye Friday morning as the HOUSE Mr Brewer presented and the Honse waters continued to rise At 8 a m agreed to the conf rence ret orton the fortifica other day convicted at Danville of kill- Â¬ the gauge stood 44 feet inches and tion appropriation bill The House then went ing Polkie Coulter a mulatto woman Into Committee ef tho Whole Mr Dingley one inch an hour All Thar and given twenty one years in the pen- Â¬ on the Indian appropriation Me in night skiffs rafts floats and every bill Mr the ahairoffered an amendment appro- itentiary Lay hael been intimate with Carter imaginable mee its of cemvewance and priating 1948000 to carry out the agreement the woman and claimeil that the killing carriage went fr un house to house in with the Crow Indians of Montana Adopted was accidental He was trienl once be-Â¬ the licittoms carrying out families from The amendment for the carrying out of certain fore when the jury disagreed treaty agreements with the Slsseton and three-year-ei- ld nl story windows eir furnMiing A daughter of Wahpeton and olher Indians was agreed to then with fooel and fuel Man Mr Holman offered an amendment that the Cteorge Cavanah residing at Fruit Hill the people who faileel to get quart rs Cherokee Nation may negotiate with the Sec- Christian County had her clothing catch uptown which is crowded with refu- - retary of the Interior for the sale of the Cher- Â¬ fire while alone in a room and was outlet Adopted The committee from the fiood remained in their okee and reported the bill to tho House then burnt to death before the flames could The rose homes on the second floors until driven previous question was ordered on tho passage be extinguished by the water from their houses There of the bill and the House adjourned Chas Bi stock barn near Par-Â¬ was not a single house in Riverside out WsnnGTOi Feb la Sesate Some doi is burned the other evening destroy- Â¬ morning and en pension bil s were passed including bills In- Â¬ ing trotters worth 510000 insurance of water Friday almost half the houses are submerged creasing the pensions of the widows of General 87500 Wilkes Representative Goodnight intro- to the roof and many of them Custer Admiral a month and General Daniel The copyright bill Uilman to fiOO carrienl from their foundations The was then taken up the pending question being troduced bills in the House a few days Ohio River Railroad Machine Shops are on the Sherman amendment as offered yester ago to pay to Samuel W Th impson under six feet of water The freight day by Mr Powor to admit copyrighted books and Asa Hayes of Warren County 5404 foreign countries on printed depot of the B it O railroad has about etc tariff duty In It was agreed to yeas payment and 52375 respectively for property 80 nays of six feet of water 011 its h rs and the 24 Finally the vote was taken on the passage taken from them during the war by the f the Ohio railroad has of the bill and the bill was passed Union army yeas 38 nays 14 A conference was asked on the dis A favorable report was made in the nearly as much Every tiling mot and Messrs two has been carried to higher ground All agreeing vote of iheGran Housessppolnted eon- - House on the bill of Mr Caruth to cor- Â¬ were and of the families on First Seeond and Piatt Htscock mpl of thp StinitA Senitp bill rect the military record of ie S Coyle ftMvaa on thi part of Third streets are homeless for the erection of a new Custom house in the iate Second Lieutenant of the Second with the exceptiein of a very few who city of New York was taken from the calendar Kentucky Cavalry still remain on the second floors and passeiL Patents for Kentucky Thomas J absence on All of the stores on these street and of House In the the House account of Illness Bush Lexington die for making bolts proceeded to the the Speaker on Ann street including the wholesale election of a Speakor pro tem and Mr Payson John T Farrow Newport assignor of houses have been abandoned and the of Illinois was selected and was escorted to one half to E T Lively Covington at-Â¬ property terrible liamaged The suf- Â¬ the chair by Mr MclCinley and Mr Dockery tachment for automaticallv aelvancinc chamber fering is terrible among the victims of amid the plaudlU ot both sides of theDistrict of the knees of saw mills John A Sparks A conference was ordered oa tho the flood many of whom will be ruined Columbia appropriation bill and the Academy and W S lirown Eminence said in health and property The losses to appropriation bill Tho House passed the In Sparks assignor te the said Brown ten Â¬ the mills and factories which stretch dian appropriation bill and then wert into com- sion device Mr Allen in Annie Hayes a little girl living near along the Kanawha from Julian street mittee ot the wholepost office of Michigan MIL on the appropriation to three miles up will be immense and the chair disposing of the bill the committee Paint Lick takes spells of sneezing Without every additional inch add thousands to rose and the Hous3 adjourned which last for an hour and a half Robert Haskins and Vernard boys of two fourteen-3-ear-ol- d Stanton Powell County were playing with a revolver the other day the weap Â¬ on was accidentally discharged the ball passing through Creeds head killing him instantly Ix a drunken quarrel at Lusbys Mill Oatley Jones fatally stabbed Jas Kyle of Hallam Owen County The House Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds has ordered a THE - ONLY - ENCYCLOPEDIA - COMPLETE - DP - TO - DATE favorable report on a Senate bill for a public building at Paris with an amend- Â¬ ment reducing the amount from 8100000 ii is to 540000 It is u Dictionary of Art Sciences ami Lit Attachments have been issued in added descriptions ot American Cities with a History of their New York in favor of Kennedy Totld Origin and Growth with Accurate Information of their Company against the Kentucky Union Railway Company and the Ken- Â¬ Population Resource Etc tucky Union Land Company for 5122500 Two dangereius prisoners in jail at Special Biographical Sketches of Noted Personages Liv- Â¬ Beattyville escaped the other night 4000 Wash Vance who Is Their names are ing and Dead Broaght Down to Date charged with murder in Knox County and W W Wellar alias Weller Nixem alias Thomas G Dentem who stands A LIT3RARY 3ZY3ND PRICZ indicted in the Lee Circuit Court for forgery and obtaining goods under false pretenses A train of freight cars on the Chesa peake and Ohio railroad was wrecked at Dawson by the locomotive running over a yoke of oxen which were killed The engine and three cars were thrown Printed on Extra Fine Paper in Good Clear New Type from the track and utterlv demolished Expressly tor this Work were badly The engineer and fireman injured The loss to the railroad is over AMERICANIZED ENCYCLOPEDIA 3RITANNICA FOR 8 CTS A DAY 250 a Month for One Tear TRSASURS Ten Large Handsome Volumes NINETY SIX COLORED MAPS Showing Every Country in the World with a every State in the Union Corrected and Revised up to Til Work is Full I j little Ik isi is Ei I Nearly 14000 Columns of Reading Matter and over tieks UNPARALLELED OFFER MID DDflDnCITinKl UUn I nUl Uul lUlli daily a thecourierjoi years rabscription i AMERdelivered at vonr address and a Comp vlZED ENCYCLOPAEDIA BR1TANNICA in 3000 payable in monthly installments plete set of Encyclopedia delivered on payment of payable 250 a month Encycloda dia in tine Library or Sheep Courier Journal one year 3600 pa month for ten montls Eni yelopadia in Half Morocco Binding and The Daily 900 payable 6 50 down a Journal one year ten months Sample JP Five per cent off for Cash pa dia can be examined at i - Brooks DRUG slDRK d MiddeStoris IV 9011 AGENTS POR MADISON the losses already felt DANGER SOUTHWARD Lowlands Already Flooded and the Levees Kliv Siuns of Wctkelllnr act 3- - Members Ireme Court Other Officers of the National Civil Guverameat JOHN II FOSTER i J ll TSICAN AND SURGEON Richmond - 45 3 x 3 12 12 N Swii - - Kenuikv Main mid Tale Stan J 3 20 3 34 6 55 7 7 7 11 II 1 25 43 07 2 4 4 3 4 50 2 Mret nixt dMr to liixonx M il wrvlceK Centrcvil V Ar II- Neui r5 41 25 45 3 5 TSEXSMITH PU D Kentucky to the put- - lK p m A 27 12 10 35 H T M 6 15 7 A M ki Iiiiki TRAI rSfCA X AXD SURGEON - P S M Wmn Hau - Mi Mix 30 3 4 4 5 2 LETCHER rsi ci a x a xn s i M Kul WinLhcsttr Ar Paris 1 Iv Beports received from all points on in West Virginia show flood damages amounting to nearly 508000 Major General ScboUold At New Cumberland the immense fire Members of Escort fr m New York brick and pottery works eif McMahon Nil iuvisi Major Ilonry L Mrrill Coumandtnu Co Smith Porter A Co Porter Military irdei of the Ioyal Legion of the Freemans and others were dr iwned out United State and Army Societies The entire loss will be about 550000 At Marchin- Weilsburg and New- - Martinsville it is TniHD DlVi Commanding Major onrite the water was fifteen feet A R deep through meist of the towns and Camps of the Sons of Veterans Kindred Or dozens of residences were ruined In rching gai the Eureka oil field at Belmont and lion D R Francis iovernor of Missouri Com St Marys the loss was heaviest No manding fewer than sixty oil derricks were The National Guard and All Armed Military washed away and the tools left in the Organization- - Pre eding the Gov- holes It is impossible to ceimpute tho loss but it will not be less than 5100 - liemlier of OrikTess West Virginia Towns Damaged the river 7 4S 6 St a Legislature of Missouri In iigeon Kent - Centrcville Ncwt wn Elkhora Ar Frankf 8 3o 8 50 9 02 65 7 3 7 00 6 50 7 J 4 5 SO 5 35 Major Charles L Civic Societies a d nmi Carriages manding Marching 000 RiuiMoxn SIXTH - - - 55 7 55 8 15 Clark H Sampson Commanding General Committer of Arrangements and Ob City Officials School Board of City of St Louis Members of the Press ens Soci Organizations and Pjrsons Not Marching All Military Mnjor teueral Jolu loje Brevet Major General Amos Becka ith Brevet Major ral A J Smith jor General a Wll- John W Turner Brevet Ml lard Warner Brevet Brigadier General John Commander Charles S Cot W Barringer and 1 lIil toV itii lluildliiE Mate Street J 10 00 BRIGHT M I PHTSICIAN ANDSURGEON W III - Trains daily except Sunday GEO B HARPER Gen Supt Richmond Kenticky Mali im Vernon Clark Genkr- Gen Paw Ajjt Kv Frankfort Hull veil Ilii on I ami fluid nl The following were the pall bearers The officials of the National City Bank New York were unable to open the safe Friday morning and had to bor- Â¬ row money to carry on the days busi ness The fact that the bank could not make its clearances gave rise to rumors concerning its solvency which were however set at rest when the facts be- Â¬ came known The bank is one of the strongest in the city The safe was opened after five hours work by ex- Â¬ Couldnt Open the Safe nd HUMPHREYS7 VETERINARYSPECinCS perts The Mississippi river at Memphis Tenn Sunday night measured 33 feet 4 inches or nine inches below the dan ger line and is rising at the rate of four The total rise at or five inches daily that point in the last three weeks has been sixteen feet- - The rivr is higher at Memphis comparatively speaking than at points above and below owing to the railroad embankments in Arkan- city opposite which the sas For that reason hold up the water last year the gauge at Memphis showed the highest water on record which was not the case elsewhere The river is beginning to overflow the low banks on the western side below Cairo and low places in the St Francis river basin are filling up but the gauge at Cairo must show a further rise of four feet before the basin will be flooded The arable lands in that region have still about five feet to spare and the people are not apprehensive as yet Most of them have built mounds to unobjected to There were 130 pension bills place their live stock upon in case of an passed In forty five minutes Among thorn wsa overflow and they will not be much one Increasing the pension of Brigadier Qcnaral Kentucky hurt unless the water remains at flood Landrumthenofproceeded to to fifty dollars The the consideration of height an unusual length of time Senate the Nicaragua dual bill giving tbe guarantee There is still four feet of bank at West of the V S Government to the companys four Memphis Ark but the backwater from percent bonds to the amount of 1100000000 the bayous will soon reach the houses in No action was taken on111the bilL I from tho Committee House MrCunnon the village on Rules reported a r solution for tbe immedi Â¬ Â¬ Washington Feb III Fenate Senator Ingalls tendered bis resignation as President pro tem of the Senate The credentials of Mr Vance for his new Senatorial term beginning March 4 next were presented and placed on file The bill for the adjudication of claims aris ing from Indian dcpredatons was then taken up as tho unfinished business Various amendments were offered and agreed to and A conference was asked the bill was passed on the dlsagreeltg votes of the two Houses and Messrs Moortv Paddock and Faulkner were ippointid cnfereos on the part of the Senate The Nicaragua Canal bill was then taken up and became the unfinished busines It waa laid aside informally and the Senate ad o irned Hoes r Mr Thomas 111 called up from the Speakers table a bill referring to the Court of Claims the claim of tho Portland Me company growing cut of the construction of tbe ended steamers Agawan and Pontunsio and after a three hours wrargle it was passed Mr Thompson O gave notice that he would to morrow at 2 oclock if the testimony were then printed call up the resolution for the Im peachment of Judge Alex Doarman of Louisi ana Tho House went into the committee of the whole on the posi offlce appropriation bill Without disposing of the bill the committee rose and the House adjourned until 8 oclock this evening the session to night to be for of tbe Immigration bill Washisoton Feb SO Senate After the transaction of routine buslnoss the Senate proceeded to the consideration of pension bills Â¬ Â¬ HAS HOOKER I E TERIXA If Y SI RGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Veterinary Intitry 111 Hud Sterility Ky AX offlee 1HI k Kiilimiiid THOMAS AIRES M btti I 1 skiing Agency XI AVISO RETURNED MOM I v TO RICH -ofAc-itron-2- I have decided to ive mv elhnj lite b 1 ction coasts PALACS HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor C fc Limestone Street Opp 0 Depot KY LEXINGTON New Building and Furniture cuand Ventilated Centrally 2 D BAR ATTACHED Iocatid IsKtnak tit ill RITES and 250 per Day Jrn I 3000 5 C aayasafsaaa While coasting down Howard street Burlington Vt a sled with fifteen per- Â¬ For Horses Cattle Sheep Dogs Hogs s K sons ran into a snowbank near the rail- Â¬ AND POULTHY Treat Colonel road track throwing the coasters in all an Trenineut of Animals AaAPrre Book hurt arson Mill Free and directions A projecting rod of a switch rrisoa Esq liyror shermar ion lnflnramatlan eiraxit FeTiTC pierced Mrs John Fennells left eye and Milk Fever Isaac H Stur oi Eatj Tholna E Tutt Esq AAisuinul Meulutfili Kkeaaatla entering the brain caused instant death BB si rain Lanuene li P 1 1 lllckarBea liileinper NasalWorms prom beginning to end the procession Mrs Lizzie Wynne sustained a broken III llol or lirulia tneamanla was over three miles in length And jaw and collar bone and three others iK oaxk or Heave Bcllarbe irlpc olic tided its way were slightly injured m the cortege I Hemorrbacea Yllsrarriace Kidney Disease triiinry aud 1111 to Calva y With perhaps the possible Against Free Coinage II krapiivr Diseases Ylaaoc ra lysis exception of the dem rastration that ac- Diseases af lliaestlua Pa JK Bottle over 50 dosesl Committee decid- Â¬ remains al Caae with JwrMoi lbanaL 99 companied the interment of thethe most edThe House Coinage of b to 4 to report Friday by a vote Stable inary i ure Oil anil Mediator 870 rant it was of Ulysses S adversely - - 199 Oil Jar Veterlaarjr CareSent Prpald anrwbers notable tribute to the memory of the Senate Free Coinage Bill it do not Sold by Druggists or an American eitien that the coun with a recommendation that and in any quantity on Recsipt of Price The four in the minority were To Grand ave- Â¬ pass try has ever witnessed HUMPHHEYS MEDICINE CO New York Sts north to Fl rissant ave- Â¬ Messrs Garter Martine Bland and Corner William and Joan nue thence tery was Williams It was found that no comnue then promise could be arranged in committee length IHTJMPHEEYS fully nolo HOMEOPATHIC Protecting tho Colldisn diminution in the unbroken line of The Governor of est Virginia has though aa It No 6peetatjrs ISPECIFIC a number of bills among of approved ofprohibiting pe pulation BaW the entire awfail temmr star twice lu mm 30yr- them a bill on the stn ets yet children under twelve the city were Neryons Debility Vita Weakness at no point was there either ilisorder shops etc and a bill pi or otaVtt aUid ProaTtaTaVtioii iron OrVtTsTMMVKslpowdr aaffavnv laiaa furai w tuO or svisiann or unseeming levity Every thing was of cigarettes and opium t noij 5 BTDKOOoars or sent postpaid oa raoatpt in keeping with thai solemnity of the sixteen UMPHREYS MEDICINE CO r f Co William and John Sts N Y occasion Minnie guns were fired by Killed by Falling Slate the battery church liells were tolled as At Adgar Mines near Birmingham the caisson passed by and the bands alminer was killed -ternated the Dead March in Saul Ala Ben J eff crson ahis Bill with other dirges and the old familiar by filling slate and Marching Through Georgia to slow Thouaa fatally hurt time Serious Charge Against a Minister We have clofed out our stock of Dry It was nearly 2 oclock when the headÂ¬ A I All par- Good- of the colinim reached Calvary An Im- ed in Davidson County Tenn charged already passed with ill iome lorward and settle immediate- mense crowd had through but a large force of police Our afluira mutt be ound up ly route to the bad kept opt rectfullv Klstook His Sister tor a Burgls grave and prevented intrusion upon IMSTON CRO At Philadelphia Frank Holland aged by the family the le t the cavalry and twenty one years shot and mortally at and left wounded his sister Laura two years the Thir-- older early Sunday morning was tn the cais- - ing her for a be i Â¬ m Terrible Accident to Coasters 8IX KILLED In a Railroad Collision in a Tunnel New York f ti iO -H- READ THIS Â¬ son-in-la- Â¬ There was a collision at 780 oclock Friday morning in the middle railway tunnel through Fourth avenue near Eighty fifth street New York two trains of the New York New One Haven and Hartford Company was the New Haven local leaving the Grand Central Station at 70i and it ran into a train of empty cars no one being in them but employes on th ir way to the yard at Mott Haven The wreck soon took lire and burned fierce- Â¬ ly owing to the great draught in tho Moreover there was a second tunnel collision by a light engine going north from the yard running into tho wreck Six lives were lost through the journment Notes From the Capital first collision and several persons in Â¬ jured all probably employes The Citizens National Bank of De- Â¬ catur III has applied for permission to Forgers of Secretary sisutet Name organize a National Bank The authorship of the forged telegram Act isq Secbetaby Nettletos has purporting to have come from Secretary the Treasury regulations re- Â¬ of State J G Blaine which was read amended so as Fair lating to the free entry of sugar at the spike driving require samples representing in Haven February 14 has been traced to to Is known as 14 D h and the shade or color what two men one nan S instead of li O 8 to be furnished D Harkness of the Pacific other P to examiners of sugars for use in deÂ¬ Postal Telegraph at Blaine termining the dividing line between sugars which may be delivered free Food for a Fever Patient At the coroners investigation into the upon examination at the wharf and those which shall be detained for further death of Protzman la it was examination entist victim at rivr Kelly Kas in- attendants fed while delirious with typhod troduced in the House a bill to repeal patient fever large pieces of sausage raw tur- Â¬ that part of the National banking actÂ¬ nips crab apples sauerkraut and pigs that requires national banks to pur chase U S bonds feet Froie to Death ate consideration of business reported by the Committee on Judiciary the first bill to be taken up to be tbe bill for the relief of the Su- Â¬ preme Court with Senate amendments and next the bill to ffx the salaries of TJ S Judges The Democrats resorted 10 filibustering but tbe Speaker applied Die rules and tho question was reached In a short time and the resolution agreed to under which tho Court Dill waa Im Â¬ mediately taken up fcr consideration The House then proceeded to the consideration of the bill fixing tho salaries of TJ 8 District Judges The House substitute waa withdrawn leaving the Senate Dill In Its original form pro- Â¬ viding that tbe salaries of District Judges shall be 16000 per annum Washington Feb L Senate Taa Senate debated th Nicaragua Canal bill all day with Â¬ out reaching a vote HOUSE In the House the Democrats resisted the approval of the journal consuming much time Tbe bill to Increase salaries of U S District Judges was passed Tne poat offloe appropriation bill wsa then debated until ad Â¬ FOR RlfNT r the store d I t w 68 vears of lire wllilo Woodruffs Shortage Mad Good draffs Mor- - ALL Hoi 4SO Aucsu nred trei the Bethany and to iy of its crossing with go home in an u Ind a c ad been Sunday death ng frozen to j i ajnonnt made good is 00800 They result in great pain in her head and the doctors are nonplussed alout it Two men not yet identified but thought to be fanners going home from a visit to Paelucah were drowned in the river just above there a few days ago They were in a skiff and were struck by a squall which overturned their boat and threw them out The speed with which business has been dispatched for the last few weeks now indicates that the Convention will conclude its labors some time near the 1st of April at which time it will have been in session near eight months The follow- ing reports have so far been disposed of Preamble and bill of rights elections and suffrage executive officers for the State militia revision of the constitu- tion revenue and taxation Court of Assizes circuit courts county courts municipalities corporations Ihe re- Â¬ port on the Legislative Department is about half completed in the committee of the whole Samcel Bickner colored residing near Longview Christian County was arrested at his home a few nights ago and taken to Hopkinsville and lodged in jail on a charge of murder He whipped his brother Wal- ter to death with a bunch of switches The boy nursed for his brother Sam who became angry with him and whip-ped him until he was unconscious Thinking the boy was then presuming to be sick he kicked him several times breaking a rib and the collar bone and the boy died soon after The number of school children to each 1000 population enrolled in the public schools of Covington is 330 in Louisville 857 In Paducah 873 New- Â¬ port 382 Henderson 500 Paris 505 Bowling Green 575 Dayton 457Owens boro 626 Hopkinsville 700 James Rose who was convicted at Lancaster of the murder of Andy Bird has made a confession implicating his father-in-laLeonard Scar borough and d his son Twestt hikb moonshiners were placed in jril at Louisville the other night by Deputy United States MarÂ¬ shals Clarke Harper Armstrong Mc Guire and several guards They are all from the mountains in the Eastern part of the State and are charged chiefly with selling moonshine whisky Among the number was a young woman who was brought with her brother from Montgomery County Dan Sheppard who is from the same county is totally blind At PerryviUe a small town in Boyle County the other morning at I oclock a partially successful attempt was made to destroy the large dry goeds house of W II Parks Some explosive waa placed in front of the building and the discharge knocked out the entire front of the store and shattered the glass in the stores adjoining A chimney on a residence some distance away was knocked down The supervisors of Perry County have increased the assessment on their lands to 4 an acre ley P 1ai licit of Mt Vernon wants 301 for uken from him by feden he war Diss From a Cats Bits Miss Annette Leech itged forty eight uball of keeper rtday morning resilt of a bite of a I cat on the finger of the right hand was taken spasms February 10 and suffered terriÂ¬ bly siiK fifteen-year-ol- TAR OID PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEHOT D REMEDY FOR 1111 ECZEMA SORES CROUP Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book PRICE 50 CENTS CHICAGO WOUNDS BRONCHITIS PILES BURNS c FOR MEDICINAL TRR OIDtSORP ABSOivUTEivY rniis TAR OID CO BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES IL L FREEMAN more than halt a century the name of Freeman has FOR before the public Dont you recollect that your used to have his boots and shoes made at Free because he could et them to fit his feet and the price to tit his Now Freeman continues poeketbovk and his ideas of value boots and shoes He also has a tirst class line ot to make CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES in stock and can tit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Vsn Uoutons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where 19--Mr-Call at No 2 First Street - Wor rhe more SAPOLIO wlllo tUsawf -- asib JFf - a A complete wreck of domestic happines has often badly washed diaba from sa nwlfTf kitchen or from trifles which seemed light as air Bwt by these things a man often Judges of hi wifes devotion to oar family and charges her with general neglect Many s boms owss when he finds her careless in the particulars large part of it thrifty neatness sad its consequent bsppinsss to e brighrer- Busy wives who use SAP QL IO never seem to grow oldTry cake from resulted worn- hoes W4ti SAPOU Seliker z m Iretler profit WOU ordered sftea aaketltate cheaper sooSs far to saasi a TNUOwlw J UUldJ IMTRJCTIM ETC I OM tMNia 9m ETC THIRD AM T THE JtTFllMN STKEET IEtrlM WilT k IWlSIUilY SH09T mi0 t STRATTM WS twauen irc wfiiiraw CATslMK FJMt H riansiJMwntr MtTTWT growing sentiment throughout the coun- Â¬ such vacancy shall be filled or the clerk Aud provided further That try in lavor of such a change is every acquitted PEOPLE day becenningniore apparent Baltimore no writ of elee tion shall issue to fill a FRENCH TIPTON Editor y unless the expired term ei Am Although the question of chagning one year and one Month the mode of electing Senators of the PrBUSHU EVERY WIDKUDAT BY THK COURT OF APPEALS 15 The General Assembly shall United States and substituting election direct by law the mode and manner of by the jeeople for election by the State Frankfort Capital conducting anel making due returns to Legislatures has been brought before WmG White Chas S Poweu Tlie follenving is the article referring to the Secretary of State of all electa d ainenel the Senate itself by a propotse the Court of Appeala which baa been the Juelges and Clerks of the Ceeurt of PUICK PKU YEAR 150 ment eif the e einstitution to that effect adopted by the Constitutional Conven Appeals and ilet i mining contested introdue eel by Senator Turpie of Indiana tion ejections of any of the se officers Wednesday - - February 26 -- 881 It is scarcely to lie expected thut the Section 1 The judieual power of the Sec 16 The style of all process shall subject will receive serious consideration Coinmonwe alth leoth as to matt be The Commonwealth of Kentucky at the hands ot the present Congress law anel eeiuity shall be vested in the All BMB Fowtfk of Ohio puc- on in prosecutions shall whose term is now rapidly elrawing to a Hrretarv Windom wie u sitting as a eourt of the name and by authority of the Comclose Nevertheless it is one feir serious anil in eene Supreme Court monwealth eef Kentucky and conclude la tin- silver bill loaded Wl v are ceinsideratiein by the people who alone to be styleel the Court of Appeala and against the peace and dignity of the Mm MM eewnert of the great West ao have to decide the question ultimately the- - courts establisheel by this Constitu Commonwealth of Kentucky lilv in favor of it Fortunately the provisions contained in tien of for Tiik Climax the constitution upein the subje-e--t 1 The Ceurt ef Apin als shall be enthumastic iii 1 K inncrate changes in that instrument nee essitate have appellate jurisdiction only which JACKS1IN CtHXTV 01 K NKlGHUOlt any gvncral bill pawel by a Repule- e aution and deliberation There are but shall leewith the State wmr Is it not loaded for bear two ways in which amendments can be eler such re strictions and re gulations Misunderstanding inv motives several originateel Either Cemgress whenever not repugnant to this Constitution as have taken offense because of the sketched THE SOI Til S TIMBER twes thirds of both lumses shall deem it may frenii time to time be prescribed by 1 I wish have written of the mountain necessary may propose amendments or law Provided That saiel eourt shall it understood that I write nothing I canTln he most heavily wooded on the application of the Legislatu-two-thirdhave power to issue sue h renie ilial and not prove to be true The fact that many ii of the State eiintaining 19No2- of the several States Coi original writs as mav be- neve ssarv to of our people look down upon anything 000 acre in tin- entire country The is required to call a convention for the give it a general snptilntendeteiy and pertaining to the mountains of eae tern Boat he aviiv tiudx red State ir the of proposing amendments purpeise control of inferior juriselietions Kentucky and the desire to elevate these said has a smaller There are also but two ways in which The Court of Apjeeals shall be regions to their proper place in the peoples ge of wooded area than has the lightest amendments to the constitution wheth- r held at the seat of government but if estimation calls forth these articles That in the South Southern proposed by Congrvss er bv a conven Â¬ that shall become dangerous in ease of many of our best and wealthiest people tinU r - useful for all purjeofw fine tion calleel for the BWrnOM an be adopt war insurrection or pestflenee it may are buying an locating in the mountains itt iMilar and ash are widely dis- eel They must lee- - ratitie el either by the adjourn to nie et anel transact its busi means at no distant future an unrivaled ted The total value of lumber of th Igi latures of h other place in the- State M it tide of trade and prospority in these neg fdiingh- - atid other forest produe ts turn- end BteSM er by conventions in may expedient for the time being lectod portions of the old Blue Grass tiiutel at SIC-- 122- thereof calleel for the juirjMisc Sec 4 The Juelge s of the Court of For business reasons if no other State nana eatiniate of aeeorelingly as eene or the other moele of shall severally hold their eeflii we should acquaint ourselves with our Arkansas is the largest ratification may be prescribeel bv Con- the term eif eight years e omniencing on sister mountain counties These sketcle lumber prodoeing State in the South gress the first Monday iu January next suc deal mostly with Jackson as most other Tlie average rict jaid for Southern To change the present moele of elect ceeding their respective electionand counties have local papers to toot their - at the leeginning of the lxcni ing Senators so as to substitute elee tion until their asieoMBon are qualified anb own Horns was 125 The present estimate value by the peepiS for slectMa by the-ject to the condition herein The surface is very uneven being brokper acre a heavy gain in lew than woulel require an amend- but feer any re ase enable cause- the- Gover- en by hills often rising from loo to 6oo thement to nor shall remove- - them or any one or feet The mountains rise from a tableeer the other of theise methods The pro Â¬ more of them en the address of two land which is iioo teet above the sea levOF THE HOI SE ADLKK secvision of the e institution artiele thirds ef each House of the General As el Southeasterly the surface is most IMUMIU ON THE SILVER KILL tion f is lear the Senate of the Unit sembly Provided That the causes for level near Chinquapin Rough Steep eel States hall leeef twe which saiel removal shall be- re ejuireel cliffs in the other parts are often seen ntatrve of Ohio from e ach State ehnsea by the Wirkhani shall lee stateel at length in such addre ss The county contains about 300 square man of the Hooai When the there of anel em the jeeurnal of e ach House They miles lying between Madison Estill Lee 21 submitted to the House was aelopte d there was little thought shall at stateel times receive for their Owsley Clay Laurel and Rockcastle of the office of Senator eve r beeoiiiing H ervicea an lionty of the majority of the edennatc coaapeaaetion to be counties adverse rejeort on the Senate important or so mue h se night after fixeel b law which shall not lee changed The drainage systems are parts of the silver The re- cotne to pass in the se later elays In the during the term for which they shall Kentucky and Cumberland rivers systems convention which severally have be en ele discussion in the cted The creeks are ofien crooked deep and ing to have the frame el the e onstitution anel in the pa I The Court of Appeals shall rocky The most important are Indian advocate after ISft eonsi t of largest information to aid them in their pen ef the Federalist the chief not kssthan live Rock Lick South Foik Owsleys Fork ivpatiently listened for and e onteniporary exjiounder eif the eon nor more than seven judge s They shall Horse Lick Iond Fork Travers Warfork a risf of a month to del gal lis indi stitution vastly more- imiortanee is at severally by virtue of their eetlicc Ik and Moores Creek memoriale e xiitting all tached to the eejualitv ef repre sentatiem rvaaoH eef the peace throughout The lower stratum is slate above this given to the State s in the e onstitution of the uiKHi the subject of State and shall be commissi one el by are limestone old and new red sandstone rbe committee the Senate anel to longer tenure- eef its the Governor gray sandstone and coal Also iron ore members as compared with that of mem itunate in No person shall le eligible to and pudding stone are found in limited Sec leers of the House of Representatives ho have btSB manv of thoseince election as a Judge if the Court of Ap quantities Some cannel coal and a whet ri them have given evid i The latter feature was expected to insure peala who is not a citizen of this Statestone quarry enrich the county In some intelligence uimiii the subjee t and stability and dchteeratiem in le gislation and who has not resided in this State for parts the coal is thin in others of good itfonl to them valua while the fermer was inte neled tei eligarm five years aud in the distrii t by which thickness and quality Several caves are ble assistance in coming to their con- the je alousy of the smaller States which he is elected two years preceding his known Wind Cae near Drip Rock le arejel the preionelerance of the large r elee tion and who is less than thirty and Bicknells Cave on Owsleys Fork Ul the re iMrt ptVMMj act and More jsipuleius State s Thus Rhode yean of age- and who hue not been a arc the most important For water no i annually are lie-Island and Deleware were given file prae ticing lawyer eight yean or whose place can emulate the mountain springs of volume of the iiirre uey name number of vote iu the Senate its services ujHn the bench of a Circuit lackson Clear cool and pure they bubutry in the form of Treasury were given to Virginia Pennsylvania Court or court of a similar jurisdiction ble from beneath tall cliffs and flow- from Botes for bullion purchases This it anel Massachusetts the niejst leopulous whe n added te the time he may have the mountainside Very little of the water is the contractOii by and powerful ef the eiriginal thirteen It practiced law shall not be equal to eight is sulphurous or chaly beate eif national bank neete doe s not apjK ar that any particular The soil is said to be fertile part 1 K riod oi ten years would at ii a stress was laid at the time upon the man t 7 The Judges of the know is not it being too claey In the same rale gradually add t the vol- ner in which the Senate should be chos- Court of Appeals shall hohl their offices coves and bottom land are tlie most ferirrvncy alxive the amount en The President it was provided until their MSpective terms expire and tile soils producing corn oats wheat and What has the Alliance saiel on the sub should be chosen by elecson appointed hould they ill le rt-their several succeaaora shall le eluly tobacco Most garden articles thrive rbe secretary of the ject of free and unlimited coinage of sil- in eae h State in sue h manner as the qualified ami at the regular election Several species ot wild grasses are found ver At a meeting of the presielents of Tre-a- tx that the amount of aw- In next preceding Legislature thereof may direet I enumerate the most impoitant indigethe expiration of the r in the world al ove the State Alliances mt ntly neld they de many States the Ire sieiential CMCtota term of each of the present judge s his nous plants and trees The numerals remandeel of Congress the free aud unlim in the arts atid coin- continued for some time in South Caree Provided fer to the-- seeciis Mceeaaar shall be elected 2 dogwood means ited coinage of silver upon the same ii all other countries than the United lina down to the jeerioel of the- civil war that the ieneral Assembly shall before two species ol dogwood conelitions tha gold is now terms and M far INKS met to be chosen by the Ix gislature itself the regular ele ction in 18I4 provide for Beech pine chestnut birch hackerry What are the t mis and con just as Senators are now In all the te is correct under the oined If ti Simply that a States at the preseut time Pre sielential the election of aucfa Judges afjtbe Court chinquapin wild cucumber gum plum nt law there is provision for using elitions of gold coinage ires g of Appeala neit less than five eir persimmon spruce lind mulberry sassa the worlds surplus which is all that un- - dollars worth of bullion be put into a electors are efcoaea elirecty by the peoseven as may be and frps catalpa cedar 14 oak 4 v ilow limited coinage could accomplish The- gold dollar That is right Under that ple There- - is no good reason why Seua 2 locust 2 dog- Â¬ poplar regulation there is no roem for a royalty teers shoulel not be chosen in the same if less than seven juilges Ik- provid American product in 1888 the General Assembly may at any time wood 3 haw sourvvood 3 hickory 2 elm te the mine owner If the pending manner and many very excel lent reasons ces and in Ooaoes htereaae the number to seven 2 juneberry savice or service walnut It - said however that the demand silver bill will change the weight of the why they should elo it 8 The Judges of the Court of Ap wild cherry crab apple ash spice wood law does not cull for the silver elolUr and put a de liars worth of of the present The constitution itself prohibits any jeeals shall be elected by distrie ts and pawpaw hazle ivy elder wahoo sumach fcilver surplus and that there are now silver in it then nobodr would awe anieinlment which shall deprive any 2 laurel bearing the market alout SiWOiJOO to have bullion coined but would mere- State of its equal suffrage in the Senate the ieneral Assembly shall at its first deer berry wild goose berry se ssion after the aeloption eef this Con- briar wild yam or sweet potato ground ly sell it to the mints at the market ounce which are sufficient to ke ep Each State woulel e eentinue to elect two stitution anel may every ten yean ivy 2 bitter sweet huckleberry wild pea down the priif of silver to its present value even if elected by the popular thereafter if it deems proper or when azalea 2 poison oak 2 grape wild Art- - you in favor of f re i coinage at 80 Senators 3 selling figure Whether these 15000- vote should be substituted for election by 0m number of judges rcquiree it divide mint to the dollar or free coinage at 100 3 runningbriar horse mirt boneset m a threat There is no reason the Suite by counties into district- - M wild onion ginseng hoai hound wild ginthe Ix gislature to tiie market or whetlier they are used cento to the dollar or are you in favor of why the division of Senators into da nearly equal in voting population and in ger lobelia mullein wild carrot golden unlimited coinage- made so by the pur signing persons as a temporary sj that except in the e ase of a vae an y npact form as may be and in each seal Mayapple Indian turnip pennyroyM depress the price is a matter chase of bullion at the market value Means bv eleath resignation etc only ene of saiel districts thereof shall elect one al catnip Indian hemp ground pine All that is necessary n the financial upon which the intelligent in rsons who Senateir is ele cteel at a time should judge winter green trefoil English clover dantpeared before the committee dif conditiem of the United SUte is for ConThere is no gooel reason why 9 A majority of the judges of tin delion mountain tea cohoshrattle weed gress to repeal the coinage restriction fei This ean b dete rmiueel by a the term of a Senator shemld bcaiaele Court of ApjM als shall constitute- a nir poke sheep laurel Va snake root ditta of the present policy of buying that at present exists and coin all t he leis than six years There are as al pea 3 fern 2 viruni for the transaction of business but nv bullion that is produced That w ill make no more tluuit ounces month ve ry cogent reaely suggested re asems in the event as many as two decline on olet 2 aster maple 3 daisy 2 golden rod the per capita abundant and thats what ly provided for by the existing law why Senators should be elected directly account of interest or for other re asons sugartree If the presence of the 15000000 we want and all we want Continuing by the people the Governor on that fact being certified The fauna most common to these wilds the dollar at its present weight of 41 2J ounces is continued only for the purpose State Ix gislatures are chosen primarily to him by the Chief Justice shall ale are twelve kinds of snakes rattlesnakes grains the Government would reap the of affecting some change ia the legisla and chiefly to legislate for the State point te try the particular cause enough copperheads and cottonmouths being the 20 cento increase anel tliat would go to Â¬ tion and Congress shall show by it ac Choosing a United States Senator is a Judges to constitute full court the most dangerous coons possums poletion that it intends no change this body the credit of all the peopk and not alone eluty incielentally imposed uon them by judge so s appointe d shall possess the cats wildcats foxes 3 squirrels and rabver will be jermitted to pa its way to the mine owners the constitution of the Uniteel State s einslitications prescribed for the same bits Pheasants partridges pigeons and and so will no longer depress the market Members of the Legislature should be comjienRation proportioned to the length blackbirds cause many a gun to speak HAYSEED IN HIS HAIR If on the other hand this amount of atectod w ith espex ial anel we may say of service Fishing is not profitable except on the bullion is in actual excess oer the de exclusive eference to their qualification 10 The judge longest in commisÂ¬ larger streams A Louisville friend cf the Climax Turtles are numerous mand it will be easy at any future time as legislators and for the work of legisla- sion as Judge of the Court of Appeala writes as follows Many a yarn is spun by hunters The agrees to provide for its absorption Enclose please find a i editorial clip Â¬ tion To select them or alleiw their shall lee the Chief Justice and if the older men can make a youngsters ambiin volume of the currency To deter ped from a paper when out West last election to lee in any degree intluence l term of service eef the two or more judge s tion rise by tales of adventure and game mine this time is neeeiid The Treasury week From experience and knowledge by the question as to how or for whom be the same they shall eletermine by lot shooting till he longs to shoot the game notes issued under the present law are a of some matters political in Madison I they will vote for the office of United which of their number shall be Chief as in the brave days of od A boy shot legal tender This is the highest func believe it would bear republishing in States Senator is not simply belittling Justice The court shall prescribe bv some animal he called to his companion tion that could possibly be given to siher their functions as legislators but it is re rule that jeetitions tor rehearing shall he bad killed the devil theCuaex It proved to under free coinage Is that under the versing the natural order of things It is be onsielered by a judge who iliil not be a wildcat Eels abound in some of the We can all of us remembt r ug law subject only to the uncer literally putting the cart befeirethe horse deliver the opinion in the e ase and the streams A turtle was once caught and tainty as to the origin and design of the How along about September J of a caucus or It is making the Senator or candielate e ourt if compesc l of even fudges shall tied in the creek the family cutting off a The papers used to te ounce already referred to we for the position of Senator elect the eliviele itself into sections for the trans mess as needed they ate it up and still the fair have provision for the use of all the instead of the Legislature elect- action of business if in the judgment of they say it was alive that would be brougiit to the And those fellows from the city ing the Senator One of the gravest anel the court such arrangement it ne The towns are McKee county seat mints wider free coinage assuming the Used to get almighty witly mejst notorious evils growing out of the ry population about 75J7 Annville and Drip On the fellow with the duster what to ta- as already stated worlds surplus present system is the open purchase of sec 11 The Superior Court shall con- Rock both smaller liad bay seed in hit hair iione y issued has all the legal qual- seats in the Senate in some portions of tinue until the terms of the present The many streams furnish excellent faaud purchasing jeower of coined They had fun in Ix gislatires the country by rich men by the liber- judges of said court expire and upon cilities for logging which is extensively money and in addition is confined With the man what raise potatoes al expenditure of monev It may tee expiration of their terms all causes carried on Farming receives attention legally to the American product so If by any hook or crook or chance said that if the Senators were elected by pcmling before the Sujie rior Court shall Tanbark pealing shingle making stave that the United States is out of all dau elected and sent there the people money might still be used to be t ansferreel to anel determine il by the making and lumbering employ many ger so strenuously insisted upon by And those reportorial fritkers influence the result To this it may Court of Apjeeals That three fourths of this county is yet rlooding of our Used to comment on the whiskers many erson- be answered that it is much harder anel 12 The present Clerk of the Court timbered shows a future source of wealth market with the silver of the world Aud the carpet sack of Bilson who had more expensive to buy up the people of of Appeals shall serve as such clerk until From what has gone before one cer- Â¬ The present law at the time of its hay seed in his hair a whole State or even enough total to the expiration of the term for which he tainly wishes to know something of the passage was declared by h any ardent Yes by gosh he rid make a popular majority than it is to was elected but if a vacancy should oc- people his jiass out support er of free coinage- to be satistac And he used to blow the gas out buy enough votes in a Legislature for the cur from the death resignation or reImprimis they are about 7600 in numit ions are substantially And he used to drink hard cider when same purpose Then again the gradual moval from office of said clerk it shall be ber In character they resemble the hisune as then There has lieen no spread of the Australian ballot law filled for the remaiinler of the said clerks torical Virginians of the Revolutionary he went out on a t iar imjMirtant change in our monetary situthroughout the country will necessarily torn as directed by the fourte enth And be used to squeeze the dollar period They are free hearted and simation Ii the present law when passedV Till the buzzard used greatly diminish the opportunities and to roller of this article Many At the regular an- ple as plain spoken as thouj htcd the intents and pur The man cut up ridi ulous what had the inducement to practice brileery at nual election tor the year 1896 there of them are here by birth or by circumuse of the American product ind authorthe polls while no way has yet be en shaM Ik- elected by the qualitied voters of stances over which they have no control hay seed in his bar ised the issue of money as good for all found which is efiectual to prevent bri- of this state a Clerk of the Ceeurt eef hence are of weaker organism than char- Â¬ mm M coined silver it is not evi But by gum if youve bjen reading bery- hi a legislative body That is no Apeal8 who shall hold his office for the acterizes those of regions settled by emident to the committee wherein it has Youll observe a strange proceeding way except electing as members of the tenu of six years from anil after hi grants who stemmed misfortunes tide Tis the fellow with chin whiskers that failed in that promise- uor wherein it is Legislature men who can not be bribed tion and until his auCMMBr shall be they are about an average ol is slowly getting there in the future to fail to aitxmiplish or otherwise improperly influene ed in elee ted and qualified The clerk shall Ktntuckians if not a superior In mothAnd it wont be too surprising tliat desirable end In view o the fore the discharge of their duties be eligible for two successive terms but er wit they certainly are at par but their goin hat there is no need at If by slowly organizing But the greatest evil of all is the ten- shall lee ineligible for the next term book laming is considerably below par Old parties may wake up and find the present for further legislation and at the dency of the present system whene ver a thereafter Most ef them are very sensitive and jcal bay seed in their hair same time- U ng not unmindful of the Legislature is about to be chen which lo Xo jee rseen shall he eligible to ous of their rights and freedom supposed fact that this Congress at its last session When the fashions change you fellers among its othei eluties will be calleel the office of Clerk of the Ceuirt of Ap or real upon a ted tree coinage AH will carry green umbrellas upon to elect a Senator to subordinate peals Bnless he be a the United Socially consdiercd they are peculiar led for in tie Language And trousers wide acr ms the seat that in the choice of members of the Legisl and of this State and resident of The present urbanity 01 the cities is just fclftical with that in this bill the Com lature every consieleration of the per this State for two make the dudeletn stare begiinin to appear I have been in some mittee report adversely upon the bill And in those days if yen pass muster sonal fitness and qualification of candi his election of the b where it was totaliv unknown or and recommend that it d You must wear a linen duster dates every question of State policy and and have a cert But in its stead they present mi a practiced And if you want to throw on style put State interests to the single question Judge ot the Court of Appeals that he kindness and cleverness to those they MR- - CLEVELAND AND THE SILVER Whom does tlie candidate favor whom has been examined by him or by the like or the stranger w hose appearance hay seed iu your lair RILL- will he vote for for United States Sena- Â¬ clerk of the court under his supen they like Family differences are common Mrs Francis Calsbnrg Fowler of tor It is a complete degradation of and that lie is qualified for the office for Feuds are many and neither forgotten or The ex President of the United States Sharpsburg has discovered that she is Stale soverignty and of State politics at he is a Candida forgiven Much of the bloodshed of some has shaken the entire country with one one of the heirs to the immense Aneke the shrine of individual and personal Sec 14 Shoulel a v cur in the other counties is due to this state ol things short but pointed letter Ms was asked Jans estate iu New YorU City the Trini- Â¬ ambition Such a spectacle has been of the Clerk of the Court of Ap Schools and trustees are a frequent cause to attend a meeting in Now York the ty church property Mrs Fowler was witnessed in this and other States ernor shall issue a writ of of trouble Courtships are conducted on a object of which was to oppcee the silverT born in 1818 and is the great grand now and may possibly be witnessed election to serve until the end of the shorter and some say a sweeter plan than ending in Congress He eonlel not daughter of the original owner of the es- Â¬ again The only certain remeK term for which he shall b I know modern society usages permit attend but wrote a letter in answer to tate She has authentc documents to eliminate the senatorial question entire Â¬ Provided That when a all oc-ch of it done invitation It has brought forth prove her riirhte and has known since ly from the election of irom any caus Log rollings bees qu storm of abase from Democrats but childhood of the fortune that would be- Legislature This can charges and workings in general are means of not unmixed with admiration of his per Â¬ fall her when the ninety nine years lease taking from the Legislature the duty of Judf aging labor and it on be said they sonal courage The general impression on the pnpert expire J C and J H electing Senators and conferring have the pov teas well as help is that Mr Cleveland like tat i tuawrtsi Kelson o Bath are ha attorneys I power upon the people That there is a tan to perform the duties of clerk until That the people arc clever this incident THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing i- -- 1 UNn - Â¬ had rather be right t ban to be Here is his letter President My 1ah Sis I have this afternoon received your note Inviting me to attend a meeting called tor the purpose of voicing the opposition of the business men of our city to the free coinage of shall not silver in the United States be able to attend and address the meet ing as you request but I am glad that the business interests of New York are at last to be heard on the subject It sure-Â¬ ly can not be necessary for me to make a formal expression of my agree nent w ith those who believe that the greatest per- Â¬ ils would be initiated by th adoption of the scheme embraced in this measure now tending in Congress for an unlimit- Â¬ ed coinage of silver atxMir mins If we have developed an unexpected capacity for the assimilation of a largely increased volume of the eurrencv and even if we have demonstrated the usefulness of such an increase these condi Â¬ tions fall far short of insuring us against disaster If in the present situation we enter upon the dangerous ard reckless exieeriment of free unlimited and independent silver coinage Ubovkb Clivelam Read the letter care fully and see whetlier you sgee or disagree with Mr and He was invited to take part in a meeting npieosed to the fre e coin age of silver What is fre coinage Lai us quete from the pending bill That hereafter any owne- - of silver bullion may doposit the same at any mint in the Uniteel States to ba fornie l into standard dollars of 41Jj grains for But his benefit and without charge 412J grains of silver are worth only about 80 cento What would be the result The mine owners would receive 20 cents on every dollar besides getting the market value of their bullion Why should they have a royalty of 20 cento on the dollar The Uoermucut would coin piolwbly f 10000000 per month uncer this free coinage bill and 2000000 of it would be simply a gift to the mine owners or about 25000000 a year Is that not the worst of class legislation All the bull- Â¬ ion of Mexico Central An erica South America and the balance of the worlel would le Itought and milted in the r nited Stnte s building up a class of hloateei mine owners at the expense- - of the balance of mankind Are- - you in You answer favor of that Im in favor of anything that will make money more plentiful Then re jiesal the law which now limits the pure base of bull- Â¬ ion by the eiovemnient and renmire the mints to buy all bullion pnenteel at its market value and you will have unlim ited coinage without robbing the peo ple to make millionaires of mine owners Mark you Mr Cleveland eiot not say that he opposes free eoinage but the se heme embraered in the measure for free- - coinage of silver It is the scheme in the pending bill to fatten the mine owneis anil not the free or un- Â¬ limited fe ature of the bill He classes the bill as a elangereuis ami rex kless exjieri ment of - unlimited and indepeneient gl ver coinage Fre e coinage can not exist without unlimited coinage but unlimit ed coinage can exist without fre e coin- Clay 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fre-eÂ¬ Â¬ THE ELECTION OF SENATORS BY THE i Â¬ Â¬ - e s - s de-e-- ls Â¬ e prese-rilee-e- - Â¬ - Â¬ e 1 Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The bill for staving all night shows I charge was asked and the host replied no man for suffering the night with me Some may have little of this worlds by goods but the 6tranger or neighbor the asking may share them and without cost One element of disturbance to the mountain districts of several States is moonshine mountain the enchanting I have never tasted the dew dew never expect to do so so I cannot say I do much in its praise from experience know the manufacture of this article is carried on more extensively than our Uncle Samuel is aware of or can stop In a lonely dell sometimes a curling blue smoke mav be seen closer approach and well its dangerous The finance may be said to be sure There are very few debts and no large ones The people are afraid of them for one cause and no chance for large debts is another Land four years ago sold in some places for per acre To elay it is from five to ten times that and still rising If a joke is in order this one fits Mr Van W sent his boy out to buy chickens Joe bought at a shilling a piece but did not know how much that was so he asked his fatter when he went home The old man cussed him for not knowing and for giving so much Said he you d d idiot dont you know a shilling is nineteen and three thirds cents As before said the cause of education has been neglected And can it be helped when our Stale Assembly fails to pass bills for the founding of Normal schools and Academies in these parts of the State Send some of the talents and capital up here which the blue grass counties receive and see if it is not appreciated However the public schools are on the upward way to perfection This county this year has 3230 pupils ot which number about 42 per cent attended school A few years ago it was only thirty per cent Then they had the old blue back speller only now all the branches are taught At an institute 1 made some remarks against this ubiquitous book A tall most ugly teacher from way back good old times made his appearance with his sleeves rolled up and prefaced his remarks by saying I have forty two scholars and forty three blue backs in my school He thought it was I never saw in lackson county the book a better array of teachers than her sixty two of this year intelligent tutored upright men and women As for improvements they are not here but are coming Of course the nature ot the surface renders such things as reapers and cultivators almost impracticable and retards the advent of other modern farm tools Mills for sawing are limited Several water mills are in the county Roads are bad enough but no worse than any other countys dirt roads The people of some parts of the county are willing yea anxious to vote for a rail- Â¬ road but the people of Pond Fork are just as opposed and would defeat the question every time In religion they are divided Baptist Christian Hardshell Baptist Methodist and Presbyterian The most peculiar of these are the Hardshells As the fa- Â¬ mous Loienz Dow expresses it they 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ State is the ok J Cheney makes oath that he senior partner of the firm of F Cheney Co doing business in the Ciy of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE OhioCity or Toledo Llc as County 1 SS Frank THEY HAVE C0ME1 We have just received the handsomest line of HUNDRED DOLLARS every case of Catarrh cured by the use of for each and that cannot be Cure Halls Catarrh FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 18 6 A V seal 1 GLEASON yuUiry Public White Goods Hamburgs Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous Send for testimonsurfaces of the system ials free CO Tolelo O F J CHENEY jaUSold by Druggists 75c 34 37 Spring Ginghams EVER SHOWN IN THIS CITY We take pleasure in showing our so give us a call before c Duirett Louisville Tobacco Ware House Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 42eohhds with receipts Sales for the same period ol 3773 hhds on our market since Jsnuae y tst amount Sales of the crop of 1890 to 24968 hhds on ourmarket to date 12088 hhds We are again enabled to report immense offering on our market for the week just closed The market at time fluctuated and was a little irregukar on the common and medium grades of new burley but no decided decline has occurred on any grade of tobacco and the better grades continue to commaml high figures The offering of old burley have been quite liberal in the past few weeks and the stock of such Should have been very much reduced the present range of values be sustained and the weather conditiens remain favor able for handling the crop the first few months of the year will witness the marketing of a much larger percent of the crop than is usual The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 to 300 Colory Trash 3 00 to 700 Common Lugs not colorv 3 50 to 5 50 Colory Lugs 500 to 10 00 Common Leaf 7 00 to 1000 Medium to Good Leaf 1000 to 1600 1600 to 2000 Good to Fine Fillers Select Wrappery Tobacco 20 to 2750 Â¬ Â¬ Louisville By i lover A Tobacco Market goods purchasing and convince yourselves that we can sell yon the Best Goods for the Le vst Monk v WHITE W Main 112 ALLEN St opp Court House RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond Ky Sanitary Plumber -- Steam and Gas A Fife LIVE LI STOCK MAEKET EEPOET By GRKKNE A WMWKW -e Stock eemmleeslren Merchants tit Ctocln nail UniouBtee k Ynrilsaiiel Luvliiglou sjnick Yarels WE CARRY FULL LINE OF- - SHIPPING CATTLE Gas Fixtures of Every Description -- Cincinnati Ohio Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Feb 23 1891 5 oo 5 25 4 75 4 so 3 2 2 INCrLl Globes Rnbber Tubing - 502 oo 4 oe Chandeliers Brackets Standards c 4 50 758 3 50 2 50 50 35 10 75 BCTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 4 401a Fair to Good 4 mfrt Extra Fat Steers 3 Fair to Good Steers 3 5CS Good to Extra Cows 3 7 5 oi Fair to Good Cows 3 cof2 oorii Common Cows 1 25 Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Best Shipping 4 oo3 - 4 4 4 3 4 3 2 BATHTUBS AND CLOSE JIHKHra CJL B VALVES best mad8YPHONS AND INSPIR HOT WATEli 00 50 50 7 Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and Street Sprinkling You need not gee to Cincinnati or other places for O ir work is done by men of he latest designs Mill supplies to fill all demands delphia full stock 31- - teach You can and you cant You shall and you shant You will and you wont Youll be damned if you do Youll be damned if you dont The Baptists want a heart felt religion Apropos I may speak of the superstition prevailing in these parts Ghosts and rapping spirts are believed in Some localities are peopled with these seen and unseen disturbers and terrifiers Signs of the weather are also watched The Big Hill has a ghost Ask any of those people out there about it The history of this county would read like a novel It was formed from adjoining counties sometime in the year 185S For names the mountain counties take the prize for the grotesque Take the following Goose Creek Turkey Foot Turkey Roost Devils Den Bull Skin Hog Skin Buck Creek Swindling Cap His torically we have Owsley Lee Jackson Indian Creek Booneville and hundreds of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Best 4 50 2 w Feeders -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - e Â¬ 1 t 751 Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 4 ooitf 4 Fair to Good Steers 3 75 4 Good to Extra Heifers 2 75 3 and Thin Stockers 2 ex 2 Common COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 40 00345 Fair to Good 20 ooi y 2 5011 2 25 2 io 40 15 cya 2 RICIIMOND PLUMBING CO Plumbers tc Richmond Water 25 00 00 50 00 00 00 THE WILLARD LATE ALEXANDERS HOTEL exceed-e-e-eelin- Â¬ - d Common Best Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy 10 oo Opp Court IIoujs Center - 6 25r 6 o 6 ooS 62 5 00 4 oo 3 Cor Jefterson Ioiiis Green St ill- - Ivv Thoroughly Renovated and HOGS Select Butchers Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights Light Pigs l- 953 Â¬ 3 6o 3 25 3 7s9 4 00 nuaTEs A set so iE3n U S Improved day 3 OO 3 75 3 40 W JONES J J Â¬ Â¬ SPRING LAMBS Extra 6 50 6 75 J L MARSHALL SULLIVAN Clerks W R LOGAN Maoa c re S- - t I a 1 a 5- - MARSHALS 9 c 9 - j - Â¬ SALE By Virtue ict 01 e others Owsley and Clay counties are on the east and southeast respectively They are somewhat like fackson From these sketches the future of Jackson may be presaveel In the four years I have known the county it has advanced Letters of inquiry containing stamp wil be cheerfully answered My name and address may be learned from the Climax Â¬ Â¬ V IHtH Si tt 22 W 0 0 i trict Court of tht the Â¬ i the Lnited St per Si it Kentucky 01 il i day The undersigned or one Â¬ Â¬ office Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Sometime I may give a story of the ghosts or earlier days of this free state of Both the method aud results whei Jackson Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasaui O lay the mountains bare and wide dis and refreshing to the taste and acts play gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Their hidden structure to th astonished Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys view unveil tern effectually dispels colds head The miny caverns blazing as the day aches and fevers and cures habitual WlLHELM constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and acCONCEDING FARMERS ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beueficiul in its A Richmond butcher has thirty pedi greed shorthorns in his pens fe celing to effects prepared only from the mon healthy and agreeable substances its be slaughtered mauy excellent qualities commend it The grand stand of the Maysville Fair to all and have made it the most irounels burneel Origin of the fire un- popular remedy known known It seal S1S000 and was insured Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c 000 and 1 bottles by all leading drup gists Any reliable druggist who Hatabrick t Co bought of L C Walker it Co of Woodford a steer weighing may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any oti i who IloO leouuds at U cents per pound wishes to try it Do not accept any lvirn Timet substitute The Fair Association has decided that CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO it will not give premiums for cattle at the SAM FRANCISCO CAL next meeting but as heretofore it will LOUISVILLE Kr HEW rOKK Ht be exclusively a horse fair Winchater Dtnux rat Papers throughout the State speak of the lamb crop as doing well Such is the case generally throughout this county Wi-- liavi- - hearel ot several however who Mr P J ONeill who has been fork- Â¬ have had severe losses amounting in some ing for Mr S L Midkiff the past season instances to twenty five per cent on is now in business with M r James Allman of premature birth Winchater and they are prepared to do all kinds of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ONE EJIVJOYG l -- MONDAY MARCH 1 91 I n - at H 3 it a Pi Vr r c It beine County Court Da to th duor of M the tix th to wit The material of i Tivre Copper Stills And other distilling appe and Nine K i V 0 Spirits to ll n 13 fe n ra m c 3 -- I APPLE BRANDY Being the same property t c B 1 conk Court at its case -- Term iSeo vs in the o Ia - States Three Copper Sale will take place betw 10 A ML and 3 P ML of the at day H 35 CO CD o 1 xt s D J BDRCHETT D S M K D ML 3 C J HOWES 3 37 Deputy V S 0 ALEXANDERS NOTICE WAGON BLACKS MITHING - HOTEL rlbTntfH fl I V 17 1 iRDT Seventh and Market MM Louisville - tatad Mak Â¬ rat A W Hamiltons lanel near Mt Sterling was sold at Sheriffs sale last week 300 acres in his own right bringing 70 Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ per acre and his half interest in the dower of 400 acres bringing 20 per acre McClellnu Ewing was the purchase r of the 300 acres and Miss Ida Hamilton se l the interest iu the dower Winchester Court J A Ramsey auctioneer reports about 500 cattle on the market No strictly feeelers offeree lbs Ten fair 710 47 me dium steers 1000 lbs StteO 2o light 1 10 plain steers 80O lbs year Demands fair but buyers were slow to give the advanced prices asked by sellers Capt Tom Ferrell reports sale of Squire Parrishs aelmr on Saturday February 21 two miles out on the Red pike Big crowd ami good sales year old jack 711 j en net 29 5 Pea 165 horse colt 65 filly vine mare 1 work such as is done in a first class shop on the shortest possible notice Mr ONeill is a first class workman and makes a specialty of HORSE SHOEING Mr S L Midkiff says that ONeill is the best horse shoer he ever saw Thcv are also prepared to do ail kinds of CARRIAGE wood- Â¬ 2 Will Opis Monday Established We have work general farm work Sic not got a three story shop but we have ample room to accommodate our custoShop on Main Give us a call mers St adjoining C T Foxs Liverv Stable 35 47 RmRlERS In order to reduce our vast stock of Alaska Seal Skin Garments and Fur Shoulder Capes we will for a limited period give a special Cash Discount of 15 Per Cent Â¬ eiHeiNNAll r ind thi rlnant thane new outfit in everv wav will be ing one of Hales Safety Paaeejt baggage Elevator with all the Having sold out our entire the hotel on Icffe moved to our old und th for ears so m Market streets are now proveni UW ALLMAN ONEILL Wa want all of our old - heine WKK US ill isui that our be- - U nd MC wmH u-ui-iim-- M thein a hearty r ception X K TTrVrTTVPia Tropr Fare Ts SvJ JO B ALEXANDER M All kinds of Coal and Lumber at the lowest market price Liberal patronage The of the public respectfully requested yards are located on Oichard street be- Â¬ tween that street and the K C Railroad 30- - present reduced prices on every purchase off fr Day vnaok cw Â¬ iiay stacks il 9 to 14 MONEYIMI W Amiah FvtcytUaf Wa ttart wmr apaura movant or all voaar nitra iy tsaw laaaLaad brtaaa OtJ rfc infm bf iie to 4 m- tlattr Any rs Dan Williams Amount of sale and 30 minutes s waaarst W y u Utsw Yea can AaroM 1 to tha work aairssa to wary worfcar N ria ty in Ukum Correspondence solicited Illustrated Pur Catalogue sent free to any address Highest market prices paid for Raw Fur Skins Send for Price T Builders ui Sua l Mia two well V k ea Wa aa No anrata A Co Maa tov iha FUxplBk has AiJiax ii Current Zf FAR Richmond ty - i - - THECLIMAX Firmer Resident nwsembled in a circle marching to mu--ifkicase Sixty Yearn Ar ana Sow Diaae r at Dlaellis MATRIMONIAL IIOKSK NOTES leadore Mover a drummer who was The Uev Ir Kavanaiigh so well their gamtjs I You will no doubt be hungry next kn on a train near known iu Richmond and who died not doubt if the participants enjoyed the Drop Miss Agnes Chenault daughter of Mr Monday as it will be court day Vedaetday - - reTsmary 25 1391 Sixty four horsis were sold in W T a dry goods iueo at Mt Sterling brother of sports half so much as the lookers on if Anderson Chenault near Richmond and in at Dinellii ally time about the middle Wood wards safe lx xington February we may judge by the open mouths grinnago p Kavanaugh once told Kev It o the day and get a good dinner 21 for lo4san average of 25750 Mr C P Golf son of John Guff Hs Jena Da Witt Miller at the Court- ning phisiqnes and out buretinglaughtet A Yaught of thin plair when he ner with Mr Kav During tlic six days 4 horses sold for of Clark county were married on Thurs- Â¬ bonee tv night The Texas Senate passed the House i of this placa in At the conclusion of this feature of the the wholesale ci- - luiaugh was sent bv the Methoilist day February Mb 181 Bev Win K11 bill appropriating J15000 for building 1784 Ii anavei rtner- - church as a missionary tc the Indians in work they were arrayed in gaudy Iivi- - conrtafcif ami Marriage at the asj battel Col K K Edmonson was unanimously pard of the Baptist church officiating and f40XX for two years maintenance of fur Mr the north went sily yea s ago that be ades and striped guns and marched and Cowl hi this the Confederate Home at Austin and Mt Zion church near Kingston Grjei po by Mi could have bought the entire area now countermarched in single and double endorsed by the hundreds of horsemen an- rapidly ajr-Wha fur My face am Tl in Lexington Tuesday for the position county will be the scene to day of an- Â¬ adopting the home as a State institution ed by the great city of Chicago for file always bringing up the rear in the aittingma pas Dr H B Kincaid and of Chief of the Live Stock Department of other wi dibng broke open will sicli a broad wheu the madman suddenly the price of his saddle horse What ii of a heroic drummer boy who tatTake a peep at mv Bargain Counter Mia Annie Roaaflba Maupin daughter Tin K i drew mt hitwithout word shot changes To day it is worth hundreds of tooed in honor of his countrys father the Worlds FairatChicago Also keep in before buying elsewhere smile an my eyes do shine of Mr and Mrs Crate Maupin will be Mtycr lie thou killed the conductor millions of dolbi The exercises closed with a martial lution endorsing him was drawn by Hon I have the largest stock of ladies at 11 oclock The bride view that married to day Baheeck of Hornellsville N A bin w wiJ sack brilliai it has buildings if a magnitude un song the young folks pointing from time F at little Rock and taken Mens Boys Misses and Childrens shoes apply to be the general desire of is one of the most attractive ladies in that in baik i eipialed elsewhere lnitre structures ten to time to a large picture of nm the city winch will be sold at the lowest wbar yo orter bin an de lien everywhere to have Col Ed Â¬ part of the county and the groom is a prices twelve sixteen and even twenty stories Washington hanging on the wall C C Wallace 36 3 kruturkj Oiitrul Railway monson at the head of this iuiortant rising young physician and it f or the xx port ant problem of de mo in height It is I great railroad centre The room was tastefully draped with Fd Howard of OwensBiro a promi P Act 1 with its six Union depots handsome and Kindergarten work and Kindergarten department of the great National show ruuninn twcfo DIED ment am how you kin Minati Feb 18 nent yo ing man left his home twelve coimuo li uis structures besides two de Â¬ materials were displayed on tables iu one and be will no doubt be appointed Kt vcars ana and was never beard from till Ky fitoet Pars Ie need IE de rjuickes pots used exclusively by the lines which corner Julia Myers aieee of I II W B and from nary I6tfa the ow n returnhd as suddenly Yesterday morning about 5 oclock C G II Myers this place died in Lexing- last week when he them Nine hundred and two ex Much credit is due this small but SHOW ll county MS BICrGES1 to Paee Kentucky Central inaugurated through as he had deartcd clusively passenger trains arrive and de- Â¬ important enterprise and prosperity is F Butlers stable containing many fine ton last Wednesday rain u Cincinnati and Der am no EARF KraifMber part each day of which 248 are through sure to crown such earnest efforts as the trotters one mile from town on the The eleven months old infant of Win Ky Jellico and Cum lriey hag sold hia lot Oa Middlcfiborough Mr trains It is estimated that 175001 peo audience witnessed on this long to le re-Â¬ North Middletown pike burned and live Johnson died at By bee tow a in Madison will That Wallaces Bargain Counter gwine way frum de ul Trains leave Cin ple Mr David Bhgreretaff for hltiial Gap Tcnn arrive and depart each day membered 22ad of February celebrated valuable animals were consumed and a county Ky the past week to be one of the attractions at his coitinue i daily al Rich- gibin up yo 10 cents fur a There an 531 newspapers in Chicago on Monday the 23rd sixth badly burned while several others A Yisitok dirt cheap 36 37 at 135 p m arrive at Livil lkrry Poer died at Paint Lick last store Goods on it are with an immense circulation Miles and were barely saved Mr Butler arose side show when Frksis 341 p m Mi igh - pm mills of streets many of them so crowded The Hon Tarvin Baker a prominent THIN COLUMN from lied a little before oclock and week and was buried at Flatwixxls ilice in the Cumlierland Gap 750 p m ami Jellico with people and vehicles that to church near Waco in which church he lawyer of Campbell county died last went to the stables and fed his lc t building in i29 p m Retain Jellieo at them is at the risk of your life Stoeks of The moon was full as a goat Sunday and while he was at breakfast Basset was an officer His age was alsjut 55 week Me was a candidate for iovertior land Gap 625 a ui He was a good citizen and Lieutenant Governor once on the that cost fabulous prices and tmsi night were seen issuing from the hay loft and years eof Myers will Mid arrive at Republican ticket HowMiss Mollie Million daughter of iiii cms that employ entire banks Stable and contents were a in Richmond will soon be lull of art in front of the Cincinnati 550 p m ling Million died on Tates Creek in to run them soon as the water works go into opera- charred ruins in a few minutes The Good front and back rooms on Main ill- In the matter of water aapply Chicago tion everybody will following is a bat of the lost trotters Madison County Ky on Tuesday Feb- street notable for young men Cheap lc drawing water optionally well provided Lying oa GP A ruary 17th 1801 of consumption iu her Apply at Clim ax office 33- From a point somewhere between with insurance Esmeralda flSOO Pet De doah am wide open an anodei ding it do not am in progress the shore of I -- ike Michigan the city is ta Wilkes by Bed Wilkes dam bv 25th year Burial on Wednesday M New Cial Mine and huild- Speedwell and Kingston the appended Cnder a decision by Judge Bennett deman an admislitin fee to enter either fur de rush halt compelled Aaaerican Clay SI 000 orka Coal Company was never without an abundance of water Pattie Wilkes Louis Monroe infant of M aad bailie tn N A paragraphs are sent to the Climax judges are made liable for their lv organized with a capital stock of At distances from two to four miles from man on Muddy Creek will tell you how Princemout ttfiOO Minnie P Lackey died at Waco Madison county countv failure to hold guardians to a strict ac de ticket man to git bebin de counter to help wrap up the shore are inlets fosubterranean water hange was rescued I I but was Kv on Tuesday February 25th 1801 being Cbea- to raise and feed hogs so as to have your count for the money or proiorty in trust els yielding a daily supply of 150 au t of Richmond Ky president Wm bacon with a streak of lean and a streak badly burned and will die insured for aged 10 months Burial in Richmond for their wauls nranminad 000000 gallons Additional tunnels of fat SliOO The barn was insured in Cornwall of Louisville Ky secretary cemetery to day This is a sail blow to The way in which lie accomplish M Kenna by paying him are now in course of construe Ik you want to buy a Sulky Surrey harness feed Ac and treasurer and the parents apt Bunker the es the thing is to feed them one day and and carriages hir house Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for mining engineer of the Northwest tion To preserve the water of Iake starve them one day and so continue till We understand that Mr Butler had re on Ed Horine died at Blanchester irniture he has the latest best and cheapest general manager The company own Michigan from contamination by city killing time There lived in Missouri fused 3000 for Princemout and had Wednesday February 18th IS of con sewerage a system of drainage has been fur de crowd De sites is de gxandes an de prices de lowes I elier sold Betta Wilkes with Wilksena bv South Iikm aires of superb coal near Beatty- Lexington physicians report several adopted whereby the course of the Chica a family by the name of Culver who Onward to Mocrfort cc Son Chicago tor sumption after a year s illness aged 2J Wsrdropat iV Wallace ville on the li N I A I It I aud will He do bizness in a gemmanly way but treats yo like to a lived rather hard and scarcely had enough He wis for several vcars a valu- hundred cases of la grippe in that city seed years go river the present outlet for the sewers k gun ojerations with The origin of the lire is unknown shipping their product to market to eat They had two lioys one named It is also stated that the disease is of a He mus look onard an upanl fur his reward fur Ins I able eoaanaaitor on the Climax and only has Ik cii reversed and instead of empty- Â¬ This is the second loss by are within a f the ing into Ijike Michigan the river is pump- Â¬ Iiill and ont named John When they year that Mr Butler has suffered the ceased his connection with it when his more violent form than it was last winter too low to expeck MICH in dis wurkl here below Dar am mid side trai are completed in Mrs Elizalieth health failed He had many good cpial ed out into other channcs inland thence would bake bread on the griddle thev other being a carriage bouse with rocka Residence for Rr it The mines ied with every view of bacon rind to grease ac where it was injured re- ities The burial took place in the cemethrough the Illinois river to the Missis- used a thick piece On Main street opposite Second Prcs utrge output and will be enaJpaed said griddle to make the bread turn easy way harness Ae There were nine of tery this place Saturday morning ti - to about completed sippi Mr Batter b terian Church new frame house with ii rn machinery lest horses in the stable a ith the Chicago it to have aa exposition that and then they would stick said rind up John G Taylor died in Richmond six rooms cellar cistern yard etc Those lost were by such sires as Red This could not Inwith siuh will surpass all predecessors on this or in a crack in the chimney corner to keep Ky on Tuesday February 23rd 1891 MRS SALLIE OWENS GIT-UP-AX-PUan ex 29 ntleman as apt Bank any other continent Kxtensivc prepa it for the next time This piece of rind Wilkes who stands at 11000 and Bit at an advanced age The funeral will nd tells vou all er uireeiii they called the greaser One day the mark and Onward at 500 each Loss take place from the residence on Water rations are being made in this country to the Some time airo J D Kockeieller otooM article with his fully ll000 with alsjut 55000 insurproperly celebrate the four hundreth an two hoys got into a fight and when Kill ance Pn street to day at oclock followed by Standard Oil magnate testified in court IMAX Another limine Relic tary of the discovery of America by would not divide with John John came burial in the cemetery Deceased had that he couldnt swear to his exact for- in dar dan I eber seed 11 eny store in eny little on At Woodward sale in Lexington hi- Mulhutton is not writing from Columbus by a great Worlds Fair to be running into the other room exclaiming irbon whose stable been in ill health for some time He tune by at least 10 or 12 millions Show House am nulv paperd an painted an uderwise perp Hill has eat the yesterday the great stallion Antceo Mother Mother Millers nek to the Entill Eagle the fol Â¬ held at Chicago in lsii o which the civcame from Louisville to Bichmoud in -- W by Electioneer dam Columbine Shop Krmovfd Littles Barker ilized nations of the earth will lie invited greaser BB an law sakes what a big stack uv EflW GOODS he am receibin olumn b a brother of lowing may c true 1S44 since which time he hat been consold to S A Browne of Kakunosoo t anticipa Achilles Kelley to bring their productions and join us in George T Little has removed his barthis place the K tinuously in the grouty business havebery day PKKSONAL Mich for 55000 In less than two ing tion of a snug little fortune tram some our 400th birthday by a display of the a large trade He is the only man in ber shop down street to the house formerminutes after the sale seasons amountmodern relic hunter About a vear ago material evidences of tin progress of the Sanders cigar store secly occupied by EBEKYDING NEW EBERTDiNG NEAT of Atlanta oneral agent of Mrs J J Brooks it visiting her sister ing to 12000 were booked to him and Central Kentucky who ever ordered salt He he iiit from a beech tree near his rati- human family not only in our own land by the special train load He attended ond door from Herndons corner them lloinc Baihling and in St 1aiis be will remain in Lexington EUERYDLNG SERVICEABLE AN CHEAP on the banks of Millers creek a but throughout the world invites his old patrons and the public genThis will be was a reek to block Mr J K ykes and ife have returned Ip to three oclock thirty five horses strictly to business and can not successful erally to call Customers promptly eighteen inches square one of the great events in human history rec ill the merchant The writer nd thinks of sold for Hl00b an avi 3180 B old iniitcthw inscription and will do much to advance the lines of from the Sooth Wy he can sell yo Suits to fit de ttme when he ever saw Johu G Tavlor waited upon Everything clean and first Mo Clothes n tlic prai Heine Among the principal sales were been dead for many a higher civilization in every way Mr W A Powell was in Washington U class and the best of work done Kach sitting on the sidewalks of Richmond gemman to de great bigges ur itios tastidius pusson in the country Electrotype b h ti by Flectioneer till iiiinty fcinncrly identlv from one hundred State is expected to make its own exhibit City last week on business save at his own door He rarelv left A Leaaaaaai Laawy ticket seller has Addie Bowerman Bros Sv10 the l S and fifty to two hundred years old il- - in the way and manner suggested by its is Miss Ijiura Clay of IiCxington He snaal little time away from been operating at Maysville town He caught Mudrona b in It by Baron Wilkes ille on a charge of failing th nigh tin iniiual growth have ature A beautiful site has been spending this week with friends here his business house and residence the lat- Â¬ more than a hundred suckers dam Soprana A J Welch Hartford brandy made at his boas itinerated According to selected for the Exposition containing ter of which he was peculiarly fond Mrs Judge BoUTM and Mrs Prewitt Conn 200 liy penned by John fully one thousand acres charmingly situdly Rooms for Keat Few jiersons in Madison county can recare visiting their nieces in Ix xington Sihistria b m I by Grand Sentinel the pioneer in company with ated on the shore of ljike Michigan ollect the day when the old familiar Four nice rooms for rent in McKee No wonder hides am scase Mo Stiir Mo Neckties March 12th Mrs Jackson of Third street has been dam Soprano K M Mosler York Neb Stewart 11 ney and Cole under Jackson Park in the southern section sign John G Taylor did hot occupy building over W A Powells clothing very sick for several days but is better that time John Mi--- II 2725 Mo Trunks an John rindlay about I77i Of the City has been Selected as the site Mo Inderwear Mo Sox corner Main and First streets and Cuffs a conspicuous place over the door at 212 house his honar and lot on lieulah Mediant b no 4 by Happy Me Red river and diubt- - for the Main Exposition the Lake Front at this writing Went Main street and the form aud face Suitable for offices or bed rooms Apply Mo well in fact fur ebery ding in dis line TIK lot on letis Mrs 1 P Ballard is seriously sick dium dam Allie K Stoner Paris of into Kstill county In addition there near the heart of the City for part of it MRS E BCRGIN 31- the proprietor were nearly as ever to L in this probability that Boone aabse-- and the Midway lluisanee and Washing Â¬ again after partial recovery from her re- S OoXi AM DE BOSS present as the sign Deceased was not a the Ciiv Depnty Dlerk More of Hardin county Countess Mambrino b m ti by Happy cent severe illm iji ently wandered through this part of ton Park adjoining Jackson Park are re church meaabar nor did he belong to is aader indictment for forging witness A A dam Mambrino Maid fWtiood people o ee fur yoself fur my mouf done 1 Mi s Mary Iogan of Richmond is with Medium and at a much serves for possible other parts any secret or other society but was a claims ith work the dark and b Kitznuller Lexington 2JM6 late than that referred to It fat intended to use Jackson lark in Miss Evelyn Price on Poplar street Remember de place I cant speak no longer life long Republican with Whig antecedj loill on Main street May Bud b m by electioneer dam faarrasakara Deateensf W P Baxter painter and paper hangcomparison of the lettering on the its entirety for the Exposition pur en rones ents Deceased leaves a w ife onedaugh May II S Henry Morrisville I i Mr Kellev with leaving the Improved parts as much as er does the best work See him and get Mr Alex Lanter of Fainville Fstill g mills nd say block in ter and four sons 500 29- rudely ble in their present condition while countv was here on Monday nature a good job and sub rdained healthy and Wm M Irvine died in Richmond Ky Queen Wilkes r m 5 bv Jay Bird upon tr shown the uniinpioved parts will be laid out in scribed for the Climax flout unl roller on Monday afternoon February 23rd TheC AC K K have decided to dam Jessica C A Gibson Syracuse in various histories and biographil a manner appropriate to the w hole plan Mr N V White of the drv goods linn N Y sjtWO 1801 aged 66 yean aad s months The bridge the Ohio river at Ashland Ky him will filing the of buildiiM A Allen is in New York select- exact nature of his disease has not been Belle Medium b f by Pilot Medium The work of preparing the grounds for of White ition Mr Kel- c nui Kindtrgarlea NEXT TO RICILM ND NATO NAI BANK Zi- a stock of goods dam Winnie lift George I Sisson announced by his physicians but a mark- BOW Kxposition is now in progress and ing spring di ae alintewplatea placing this relic on ex the I will receive pupils Miss Florence Hood ed decline in his physical condition had of Grand Rapids Mich Mr Ward and Miss Bailie Wilcox 1900 Ij by the banks and build- - hibition at the Worlds FairatChicago in leading architects selected for the purbeen noticeable for several months The in Kinderearten basement of Christian Iaris who have been visiting Miss Addie Bella b in 13 by George Wilkes etonTaag Â¬ ns With four ify making plans and specifiColonel Boone was truly a m Church on and after Monday January dam Fly J II Williams New York funeral will take place iu Richmond cem I nilding and loai Midkilf came to Rich When Mr markable man for the age in which he cations for the buildings Ground was Maupin returned home yesterday th iSjo She has jut completed a spec etery to morrow at i p m Miss Carrie Crutcher of Nicholasville City nd and Madison county lived His life daring and hazardous ex broken on the LTth of January 1801 mond a few years ago he opened a in a Cincinnati trainint school Wm M Irvine was born in Richmond ie course Noble Medium b li 7 by Happy MeWork will begin on the buildings in the has returned to her home after a brief ilic attention of a i shop and did all the work liimM f with 28- J K Mad June 1st 1825 was educated at TransylDaemon of this county dium dam Mambrino Maid By careful attention to distinguished writer than Ixrd Byron spring and their construction will lie visit to the Misses time to spare Mr E T White the oldest citizen of vania and took the junior law course in beyond jieradven- business and the execution of the best tl e prince of British poets who has im push Mr Will Clelland formerly a C V den Lexington S2tX that school under the tutelage of Robert- Owaeaboro died there last week - raiiroad becom- i Daniel Boone extended until two by turc their completion in ample time for student was back among his old friends work his patronage He Wednesday at Woodardt sale at Lex- son Wooley and Marshall Donelson has a quantity ot new Sulhave been a few lines in ints could not keep up with the de- IS HUM which is in the needs of the Exposition The build tast week He travels for a Louisville lion Juan ington i2 horses brought 43045 an av studied law at Harvard and obtained li kies Surries and Iiuggies of the newest mands Mr Midkiil then built a three rful per- - ings will lie impressive appearances and house ii any to practice but becaaae interested and most popular patterns and at very The following were the eragi to afford protection when the weather is K till misguided story shop of wide proportions and em at 11 oclock in front ot th that brilliant but Miss Addie Maupin left for Paris yes in farming and decliued to practice law Any ar reasonable figur hall a dozen workmen Try inclement a grand arcade will connect terday to be present at the marriage of beat pi gonitis of the eighteenth century House in Richmood Ky I will llazelwitch b m 6 by Hambrino dam Was elected cashier of the Farmers le and Kcl- - them SO that inconvenience may be re the v mr ban her her friend Miss Rntfa Keid which occurs Merry Bitce 11 S Mr J P Ashcnift aaed in Irvine on ticle in wood or iron done ii city stj National Bank which he left to Ofganize Henry Morrisville duced to a minimum be liy The future is pregnant with greatat low rates on the 5th of March publicly to the the First National then the Second February lsth aged 4o years PaSlo20 The arrangement will le as folloa re many moons er Miller- g Groend Mr Bea Kid Mr T II Barker of Irvine was here auonai acting as its rrcsulent lor a Mary Josephine b f 3 by happy Me Fifty Yemnu Naval Exhibit Government building Vr Over KTHiMSTarphwbennsilfor K ot P al Lexington 4 Aged Work Mules number of years returning to the First VJu WnisuwHS by mllllm of mother for thir district aaed M years although born and Administration building which will be last week retiming from Louisville dium dam Balsoreen II S Henry rrtr nfty Knight- - of Pythias who went over chllilrfn whlU- tetthlnn wllh prrfect succa s It raised in thcioiinty was never in G in the Falls City he was repeated The Took an active part in the affairs of Cen75 ailay all pain of all transportation lines While the terminus soothe lhchtiil ofIn the inniu 2 Harness Horses Hi can the best rrm to Lexington last week to attend the entering the Exposition grounds Ma- ly mistaken for Hon Win F Cody alias town on a Court day lilue Bird r in 4 by Jay Bird dam by tral University and became a curator He curea wlml o lie aul I the pKr Mule unrerlm playetl hookey rhu It will relieve riHe with accuracy without t meillattly SoM bv DruKtrlnta la every part of ih report a large attend chinery Hall Manufacturers building Buffalo Bill a 24th anniversary 3 2 Horse Wagons Albrino West O A Deane Frankfort was a successful financier and leaves a world 25 rents a bottle Be mire and ak r ir Mr lal holidaj glasses The Pn large fortune Wat a contestant member Wlnalowt Soothliuc Syrup ami take no other kind Kans 2060 Klectric and Mining budding a body to the Hill with RELIGIOUS 3 Sets Wagon Harness The Knights of Pythias had a celebra May Belle b in by Factolaa dam of the First Presbyterian church and a Go to Wallaces for your shoes of all This group of buildings the Adminis Â¬ Miihlenhurg county has won the great secured from the pow- of which they may well Ik tion yi progressive and valuable citizen and a by Albrino West Steele Bros Midway 1 Dnmp Cart and Harness r for tli girla tration the Machinery the Manufacto In suit in which it was sought to make the kinds styles and grades Bishop Dudley will preach in the Kpis proud It was the twenty eighth anni Was a grandson of Wni Ir- Â¬ Democrat SI 200 the Mining and the Electric are to copal church Sunday All invited county pay the JlOiyoO and interest 1 Drummers Wagon v of the institution of the order in c Fiiiancee br f H by Acolyte dam by vine a native of Virginia who was des- amounting in the whole to over t form a whole in design they are intendi ANNOUNCEMENTS that after tuui amp will fill Mario J J Ward Paris SI 200 rved with Dr Whitsette of Louisville oontry and perately wounded at the SO failed Estills n ed tt a ma to le impressive as a plan The case has been in the United fruits Terms made known on day of fob ciacuiT court clrrk Kev Blakes pulpit in the Baptist church much pomp and aplendor The day had Whitewings ch m by Onward dam IVteat 178 carried from the field by the States Court for many years convenient and as structures to be llier delightful To the people of Madison tounly N li DEATIIKi a aid to sale with liriiii Sunday Sally Johnson P T Berry Eminence famous Joe Proctor and afterwards be very substantial I hereby anuounce niyselT a oaiiilnliiie for came a niemlier of the Constitutional Lippineotts Magazine For March 1891 the office of t lerk of the Mmlison Circuit rder of the Knkjbta of Pythias has Tri w ill Horticultural Agricultural and Art be a meeting held at the 1200 There It Court subject lo the action of the Deiuorrnl- and thrived and prospered so that buildings complete the general classificaFailed to Krlnrn Gold Spur ch c i by Nugget dam convention of 1790 and the first County First Presbyterian church Thursday The Sound of a Voice or lc party Contents I have serv In ipulariiy are a tion night at 7b oclock for prayer for schools Mareaa Harlin Bros Columbia Tenn and Circuit Clerk of Madison county the Song of the Uebardeur By Frederic officelute it Is true deputy fur the test that and a sv Clerk and Among the various independent at and colleges Heie in Lexington the r iiiMlirl The deceased leaves no children but his S Cozzcns All are cordially invited id 25 eral years this has hut 11 aid formed a tempo- - phenomenal me to discharge the linpori hus been amazing tractions which have leen suggested iu to attend John Turner blk s t by Dictator wife survives him Some Familiar Letters bv Horace ilulles of the office As to how I ha artnership for the constructi temled lo my duties I refer to Any one looking at the haadtome uni- - connection with the Exposition may be k on the Kirks I Editor by Joel Benton Greelv 1S47 or 44 years ago a dam Lady Salisbury W A Paxon OmaGardens Plowed In February utiles members of the bar liliti jrms displayed yestenlav the remarka- - nientiond a tower 1492 feet high up and aud other attendants of our courts Mysterious Case Neb S2i00 By Anna KathaA turnpike The stoneuu numlier of colored members of the Tates ha OF Thoroughly and reasonably you 10 my previous announcement in lbs ly line appnaranee of the men and their down which immense i levators will carry Nellie Y ch m t by Nutwood dam rine Green workmen proceeded until their pay papers and respectfully ask my Mlowettt- Creek Baptist church was constituted in- Â¬ C T Wells 37 my ottloe duties snpKrt leus prevent me as themaking asof thorough a gave soldierly bearing would hardly suspect the expectant and satisfied multitude Fashion J S Cox 2000 The Refiner of Silver Fear Not to the First African church of Bich from will Chicago the place where this Kxjtosi The Frankfort Capital savs Gov By Clara Jessup Moore can vans as 1 desire Klsie McGregor b m by Koliert Mc- Â¬ or the money and he that the order they represented waa ootnsays Rev John G Pond niond Most gratefully H Gregor dam Alma K B B Yeach St ernor Knotts health has been so poor of Round Robin Talks IV By J M He jiaratively so new They ajiiK ariMl to be tion is to lie opened is a typical Amerito ha Mrs J M Atuerton of Louisville who W H MILIKR r t that they were can City in age extent and development late that he has left the city and will Stoddart Mathews SI 0 50 tut instead of return- s H THORPE JR is a candidate fur lVthians and the Knights Templar could Sixty years ago the population according still holds her membership with the Alma B b m 7 by lied Wilkes dam probably go to Pass Christian Miss be- Â¬ A Lost Art By Anne H Wharton Clerk ot the Madison Clrei it Court subject left lor Cincinnati etowu Baptist church has subscrib- Â¬ 33- If not sold privately before that ii in the dignity of their to the government report consisted of fore his return He has not nor will he by Ericsson A W Carpenter si 550 Creation By Charles Henry Luders lo the action of the Democratic party ed oiuTthousand dollars towards the erec- candi time I will B O POVKLI of Speedwell carriage nor in the neatness and trimness three families occupying log cabins to By Walt Whitman Old Age Echoes Bysward b c 2 by Onward dam by resign from the Convention date tor Circuit Court Cl jrk of Madison Jtonjttouii day it is the second city in the United tion of the new church Jeta Ur Witt Millrr Lectare To Xipht of their appcara Some Personal and Old Age Memoran- Â¬ county subject to the action of the Demo William Rysdyk A Anderson Washii-CLOSING OUT OF SHOES cratic party Owing to vacancies in the higher olli250UU0 i having a population of ington la By Walt Whitman da 1125 Thi Ob Hue Rev Edwin Midler of Ijuisville will II Wilkerwui our Kit which also entitles it to the rank of seviajor Glideway b s 3 by Wilkes Boy dam under the auspices of the I am closing out my entire and Walt Whitman Poet and Philosopher NEW ADVERTISEMENTS preach at the First Presbyterian church by Ferguson G W Redmond Paris Regiment enth among the great ities of the world commai By Horace L Traubel Man te Monument Auwui iation will Friday night at 715 oclock Saturday 500 nt invitations to the different ootn-sell publicly to the highest bid- Â¬ stock of boots and shoes Got The Light House and the Birds By Com inmilcateJ the Coart boooe to night OF morning at 11 oclock and Saturday to atDg the regiment Kindergarten der on the premises my I e Witt Miller William H Hayne A gentleman ha to be sold in 60 days NEWS PARAGRAPHS 4000 Three Famous Old Maids By Agnes Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office night He will also preach both iu the tend the celebration and be was in com ard Ljin says It was the pleasure of the w ritcr to wit- morning and at night on Sabbath and at Richmond Ky week ending Feb 24 B KELLY worth Repolier lehii Ie Witt Millers lecture on biw mand of the uniform rank in the parade he Kindergarten exercises in the Ford Susie Ballard Ktite John Jacob Astor of New York heir after the morning service administer the he Knights gathered at the Opera House 37 40 By Ella W Peattie Berry Mrry J A Michigan Man Gray America and Marri delightfully basement of the Christian church on communion to seventy millions of dollars and Mi s Gilbert H P Broadus Elizier A Fanatic By Henry Collins The Lexington Press says The ap-Â¬ entertaining and instructive to everv- - uiil formed for the march As they Monday under the direction of the Tery Ava Willing a Philadelphia heiress and Boggs Mollie Mrs Gluts Jake The wonderful revival meeting which The French Invasion of Ireland propriation of a trade mark belonging to bilv All who ha Mr Miller formed in line they presented a strikingly competent and enthusiastic teachers Miss on East Main Street ii were happily merited at the hiHawkins John T lfonniz Waler Rev Mr Oarrett was conducting in beauty handsome appearance The orders given Florence Hood and Miss Loa Murray las K Iepier it Co by Wm Tarr Com By Julian Hawthorne Ky and The lot has a froi bear him a Bronston Wm llanis Alcie tters home Tuesday The wedding pres the march began with the Major com- Â¬ By Richard Malcolm Criswell John Reading Bores piiny Thompson Tarr and Thos K Pep- Â¬ shoo Fortunate are the citizens of Hichmond Ashland had a successful finale last Sun Johnston Casie nil feet running back ire said to have aggregated 2000 ad- Â¬ ack at the head ing riding day night Mr Garrett reports 180 Mason W H Doc Agricultural Education By James Coy C W in having such a work as the Kindergartpportunhy a has upon it a 000 in value 000 worth per has given rise to a suit by Jas E Ther 1150 Collins Wilis McKinner Nannie ne John Woodhall conversions as the Pepper A Co against the others named Knapp Reeve ten culture so admirably taught in their ditions and of flowers used in the deeorati Curcandallion Nan Rollund lames nd Regi- Â¬ known reaasta in 25 days with 62 servi- Cosmopolitanism and Culture By W for damages in the amount of 50000 We feel confident that the enroll midst Sanlord James Daniel Jackson In the Common Pleat Court at WinD A Texas Tragedy rave of Cynthiana ment The Sundays were Pentc W Crane Fortuned Hars Yates George ment will be largely augmented after the W P Baxter does not do your job for ad- Â¬ chester William Klfort was awarded eHHhs with many conversions and raiiddaughter of the late James Chaplain of the Second Regiment and open session exhibit Monday last Little Jaryis hours from a m to 7 p m Post Office half price but does you a good job for ii the Newport News anil S W Meininger of the staff of s lollows Money order and registered letter hours good stable and carriage house White the noteii printer of Richmond Treasures of Art On entering the ROOM we were greeted ditions on the four Sabbaths a See him If you are Mississippi Valley railroad for the loss of a reasonable price p 15 47 52 and 54 Fifty persons were immanding thi iter of apt J F White of L With the Wits Illustrated by leading prompt 7 a m toI 6 B m hen house and a number one by a goodly company listening to the WILLIS pm 29- After th the opening sung by the baptised one Sunday and 210 partook of an arm while coupling cars at Kentucky going to have any done iarried K T Young of Lincoln artists cistern yetng Kindergartroom the Ki ourned to ens seated in their little chairs Several Lords Sapper It is eidimated that the Union Junction in lSJSii At a previous The city council at a called meeting Dallas I Dr L E Brown a noted physician of trial of the ease he v hut Saturday night decided to submit to the I will also at the same time Lells Hall where a splendid banquet I - were rendered by the little mites aggregate attendance was fully 15000 the verdii Eminence is dead side hv the Judge sell a for Ihein rd the proposition to issue were laid Lincoln count ears feet and using their ton The Magagratea of Harrison county not exceeding J0000 in bonds for the Twt Papers a Week far a Dtllar a Year The hands in imitative melody As bird t Younr icthing novel occurred in connecand ior two hundred and STATE OF KENTUCKY MADISON LOT ON HALLIE IRVINE ST w rated with the Railroad Company anil purpose of building water works to lie a inn that sail hab- Â¬ tion with the jury in the late Duncan met the Western or reptile was attuned to music the Edition of the St The Twice-a-wee- k CIRC LIT COL RT jmblems i in bunt the latter presented their proposition to owned aud managed by the town the Louis Republic is at once the best Young caused the rain of Alter the case had lieen submitted were brought out case and its characl made kn Clerks Oifice 4x150 feet were arranged in two Mrs Y to them and they filed into the jury room them asking the county to take stock in election to occur Saturday March 14th resent in Lan- - ing while by ati cheapest news journal in the world It February ist on dav of sale uch- the road in the sum of 150000 the Jmtnint caater Udi Huls presided at the i Iiils-Man filler their verdict it was sugi is a big seven column paper containing Henry Traynor I magnifi- i the opening that the jury engage ii prayer before to run from the Southern railroad to Lickinten- On Petition and six or eight pages each issue or i j to lC Settle at Oaee 37 39 JOHN McKl ing river and from there either to A v the little taking a ballot This met a march every week and is mailed every Tuesday Laura Travnor A II persons indebted to Bales A Kinand yellow r This day came the petitioners and filed led by Mist with favor and the jurors knelt down on ta or to Maysville Ky The vote to sul Friday Its readers get the news of caid must come at once and settle or the ac- and in the Clerks ctfice of said Court luiliiiHj and Loan Aaaoeiatioas la Kicii- the lly seating the fioor while Mr K J McArdle the mit the proposition to a vote of the the day almost as promptly and fully as petition the object of which is to obtain a for themselves at the three Kiudergarten tailor petitioned the throne of grace for pie carried by li to 7 and the election counts will be put in the hands of an officer intended tad the readers of a Daily and half a week judgi Court empowering the This means business for collection Tin forms where they sent a half hour in divine guidance in their deliberations will Is held the 1A day of April ity of ahead of any Weekly in every State in petitioner Laura Traynor to use enjoy BALES KINCAID 35 37 Hank The Directors of the First han1 The d Dr Jennings Price died in Lancaster tor her own benefit any id for building pur- weaving and At the conclusion of the prayer the jury cutting iiwy n Union Yet the price is ONLY ONE sell an unond in process of Liquidation ay own or acquire free iful propei Laura Jean Libbers Best variegated materials whose took a ballot and the doom of Anthony He was born iu Lancaster April 14 ing the Special Missouri DOLLAR A YEAR from the claka or debts of her husband have declared a Kith LexinqVm Prett was a graduate of the Transylvania A delightful love ttory full of passion Illinois and Texas Editions are printed iirr el uion in sim- - Duncan was sealed Henry Tra nor and to make contr 3rd Dividend of 20 per cent dis- ical College and practiced his prof et leaving last- and is in a pros and intrigue and written in Laura Jean and a General Edition for other States sue and be sued as a single woman and to Entitled ta the On the Capital Stock of said Bank jya- ing impressions tor good iar- - Libbeys best vein Hands were until ten years ago entitled Ulmont contains nothing but details of im- Â¬ trade in her own name and to dispose of holders on All are entitled to the best that their rard county in the legislature her property by will or died and to act as red from the and was a Ulvesford begins in this weeks Naw portant events of interest everywhere ius present their C t sole money will buy to every family should to the National convention York Family Stosy Paper on white cloths in the onal r endorsen It is a The Republic is the leading Democratic That notice of the at once a bottle of the best family li ville nominated Zichary Taylor for splendid story and will be eagerly read by paper of the country aggressive but at dish of have and the o iy Byrup of Figs to cleanse the President 1st Nat Bs k Ug was lent in 1848 was President of the the thousands of admirers ol the charming the same time liberal and the only thor- en by publication in one of die newspa i n For tale system when costive or bilious pers published in Richmond K iees can isit Bank i d heads and then a was a and versatile young authoress of oughly national journal in the whole days ivof the neat in 50c and 00 bottle by all leading M iddletons Lover Our readers should country Remember the price is ONLY lesso U3LZ druggists W H MILLER Clerk fail to buy a copy of this weeks Fam not Attn ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Sample A Copy Attest The entries to the great S25000 Guar- ily Story PAraa so that they can read copies also an illustrated Premium Cata W H coif ae i reion- Fuljrit Associa- the opening chapters of Ulmont I ogue sent free on application Address D M CilEXAlLT Tip ford by Laura Jean Libbey tt The Republic St Louis Ma 31 3740 A n ii -- I Â¬ SHOULD SMILE j Â¬ 11- -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T- Â¬ Boggs Gran Openin Show Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PRIZE PACKERGES 5- Â¬ Â¬ I lV-n- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MO QUANTITY MO QUALITY MO STYLES AN MO ST Â¬ Â¬ I - i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 -- Mo Boys Mens an Womens Shoes Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I -- Â¬ EDGAR C BOGGS Trustees Sale MCE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 10 -- i 5- I Â¬ 11 Â¬ -- Â¬ yr - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Public Sale Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ t CITY PROPERTY I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tkk Ill Â¬ Â¬ LIST LETTERS Â¬ HOUSE AND LOT Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 2 Story Frame well I Â¬ I PETITION 1 Â¬ law Â¬ at Â¬ I DIVIDEND 1 i Â¬ cslts i si 1 -- l M ri OLIVER PLOWS J MISS MINNIE She is vise and witty She is more than pretty Has a witching way She is vastly clever Merry as a merle There was never never Such a girl Yon sboald see her dancin- gWatch her walk Catch her smile entrancing Yon should hear her talk Li She lsa ay Thoagh the sweet not tall Yet she is divine And the host of all Is She is mine I Wheres the ptcanlnny Can compote With my matchless Minnie Bonnie bright and fair Every days a mirth da With her I adore On her coming birthday Shell be -- Harry Pelouze in Detroit Free Press or FROM A CELL WINDOW The Inmate and Her Neighbor The Old F00L Written for This Paperl PART I THE INMATE O V Ir ti I H vBSx E R T Y leaves me no choice I live in a cell Re 1 afcasaTsaTal spectability demands a rep utable placo A reput able sooth This den is known to the landlady as a hall bed II Â¬ place for pi fa st I Uncterware Hats Gloves Valises Umbrellas chair and a small table squeezed in at the end of the bed next the window I DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF- really am amazed at the capacity of this room 1 The landlady forbids many things Cooking among- them Fortunately tea J and crackers have no telltale odor and I brew me a cup every night over the gas jet then carefully wrap up my tin AND WAGON MAKERS BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND MATERIAL cup in a paper sack and she is none the wiser It may be dishonorable but it Roofing in is economical Then too I cheat the All laundress and do wash out my hand- Â¬ Hi hmom KV March 19 1890 40- kerchiefs when I am unusually short of funds which happens too often for comfort For amusement I take a cable ride or sit in my window and sing to myself I also watch the cat on the roof and try to coax it in It is getting tamer A cat is very good company much better than none Of course my window opens on a alley Of late I have noticed a man who beems to have THE ONLY CORNER HOUSE CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND COR- Â¬ taken the rear room in the opposite house Manlike he burnOne of the oldest houses in ers of his chandelier lights all thearound NER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS and stalks KEEPS his room coatless whistling totally ob-Â¬ Kentucky keeps a variety ot livious that there may be a gaping pub- Â¬ EVERYTHING IN THE lic Yesterday when I wis singing the WROUGHT Home Sigh in the dusk he came to IRON for black the window I could see him on acÂ¬ LINE OF smiths WHEELS SFl KES count of his general illumination he of course couldnt see me lie leaned KIMS and other supplies for out and looked and looked He is very bald One of those complacent beings only found in the male sex thank wagon makers Best makes of Heaven who thinks any stray glance FARMING IMPLEMENTS Fine or smile of a woman is a tribute to his charms This morning Sunday too as I was lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION hanging up my handkerchiefs to dry before the landlady was astir he hap-Â¬ Headquarters for FIELD SEEDS pened to come to the window I had the kerchief by the corners and was LINE of HARDWARE and heft gently shaking it to take out the wrinkles while it was wet He imme- -- SHACKELFORD Tinwarfi Wnnnfinwarfi iiwwuwuniuw and Guttering ron SALE GENTRY n S7 P I 1 V 1 hi 1 P stationary meager purse reduces me to this a room six by ten a folUinf bed a room My was hstand a Haraware House lsmng Goods Workers Sheet Metal of Kinds W A POWELL FARLEY canght sight of them as he was peace Â¬ fully smoking his pipe near the win- Â¬ dow Their gyrations fascinated hint He wondered what the deuce that mourning was hanging out the back window for A fiercer blast loosened them and they sailed triudphantly aloft only to fall plump under his window He saw them fall and with a natural impulse looked at the win Â¬ dow where they had erstwhile dangled He saw at that window the anx- Â¬ ious countenance of her he had dnbbed the modern Kathenne then it disap- Â¬ peared And in a few moments the girl came out into the alley He saw her try the eate which led into the back yard of his boarding house It was locked She looked at the fence as if she meditated climbing it It was too high she could not She stood a moment in perplexity wheal she heard a I will get them for you voice say Not long after a hand reached over the top of the high fence between the thumb and index finger of which held gingerly were her lest black silk stockings neatly tacked together as she had hung them up Thank you she murmured blush- Â¬ ing very unnecessarily for he could not see through a two inch board fence You are nor over a seven foot one very kind to take that trouble he replied with it is nothing his fatal smile which fortunately for bim she could not lie has a pleasant She reflected voice and cant be as old as I thought him She must le the singer lie thought h r voice s mn Is musical She must be very poor and he sighed as he went back into the house IJcfore he reached it however he spied a handkerchief O flimsy rag what mischief have you not done in the history of mankind from the foolish blindtd Moor down to He picked it up this poor old fool Neatly written in the corner was the He said name Kate Hradly I cant call her back Ill take it to her He dressed carefully and about five oclock presents himself at No 2899 Nebraska avenue The servant was so impressed by his manner or his gar- Â¬ ments she seated him in the parlor and went for Miss Kate with alacrity She soon appeared and immediately recog- Â¬ nized her neighbor She neither blushed nor faltered but he did both When he presented the little square of white she broke into a laugh and said You seem to be the master of the wardrobe like Queen Elizabeths man Ive forgotten his name Embarrassment with man is transi- tory so he replied A very desirable office in some cases eminently so in this I should think At which Kate blushed and tried to look severe It wu- - not long until he applied for that among other offices and got it Kate says it is such a relief to have a regular laundress it saves one so much anxiety Sidney Kxox and mortification THE STOCK OF SEEDS lio Kronomy in Ioitpmiluy the Pure of a food supply It is best to ascertain what seeds are needed in good season There is no economy in delaying while there is considerable risk of not getting ex- Â¬ actly what is wanted in time to plant With a numler of crops both in the garden and field it is important to plant as early as the condition of the soil will permit and having the seed on hand ready t use when needed is one essential in doing this With many varieties of seed It wUl be best to test carefully before risking the crop with then and if this is done it will be necessary to get them early so that if they do not turn out well new seed can bo purchased Grass and clover seed are usually sown first after that oats and flax In the gar- Â¬ den onions lettuce peas radishes beets kale and cabbage should be sown as soon as the soil can be worked into a good tilth With onions especially it Is necessary to plant early for a good growth and yield It will not answer to wait until the seed are wanted and then run the risk of not getting them in time In many cases in addition to the advantage of having the seeds on hand ready for Bee they can be purÂ¬ chased somewhat cheaper than they can just before planting time There is also the rLk of not getting exactly the variety you prefer It has been thoroughly proven that varieties that are best in one locality are not always best in another and in making out the list of seeds tha main dependence should be placed upon varieties that have been well teste It is always a plan when it can be done proper- Â¬ - in order to av ly to try a fe certain their value but the main planting should be of varieties that have been well tested in that locality for change of soil and conditions of growth will affect very materially the results This applies to all kinds of crops whether in the garden or field and in many cases to fruits as well Get good seed get them in season and test sufficiently to ascertain their vitality and as far as possible make all the provis- Â¬ ions necessary to sow or plant in good season St Louis llepublio Â¬ Â¬ THE COCKLE BUR PEST Aa Article That Will Help Yon to nlie the Different Spclea A D Mr J S Matthews Itoone County Mo writes The cockle bur is a great pest in this neighborhood Some say it has two seeds one coining one year and the other the next year We want to know some way of getting rid of it There are two clot burs or cockle burs as they are sometimes called We append the botanical description of the late Dr Darlington as follows Hcrophulons Xanthiumclot-burcock-le-bu- r mostly somewhat three lobed dentate unarmed at base involucre of the fruit oval with two straight beaks Stem one to three feet high roughish Leaves three to pubescent branching six inches in length and nearly as wide as long subcordate at base but cuneat ly produced at the union of the three principal nerves Heads of flowers in Involucre of the axillary clusters RUFF W HAS C FITZPATRIGK IN PRECISELY WHAT VC WANT KITCHEN WE REFER TO YoU X trumariumI lyCaves broad ovate alaWS4pK THE UNSURPASSED WATCH TsPSar MiKT HaKER HRAIEK J EWELER in Bilver and Watches Clocks Jewelry 1lated warp etc Special attention given to FETTINOf DIAMONDS 7 -- wf THOJCJY CLOT BCB i AND OTHKIt PKECIOUS STOXFS REPAIRING Promptly done ami in a workmanlike LEXINGTON BELLE RANGE AND- - manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver fruit persistent becoming an oblong bur with rigid uncinate prickles places in the Northern and Middle States flowers in August and Septem- Â¬ ber fruits in October Spinose Xanthium thorny clot bur X ipinosum L Leaves entire or somewhat three lobed armed at base with slender three parted spines involucre of the fruit cylindric oblong with an inconspicuous beak Stem two to three or four feet high branched Leaves one to three inches long and one fourth to three fourths of an inch wide entire or with a lobe liko tooth on each side the upper surface pale green pubescent on the midrib the under surface clothed with a short cinereous tomentum the base nar rowed to a short petiole on each side of which is a triple or three forked spine the branches about an inch long very sharp yellowish or pale straw color Heads of flowers axillary solitary It grows in farm yards on road sides etc from Massachusetts to Oeorgia and is a native of Europe flowers in September fruits in October From this you can recognize the species you ore troubled with The plants both blossom and fruit in one year They are annuals growing in waste places fence corners and fields not well cultivated Clean them out of the land by careful cultivation and destroy all plants in waste places in August or early in September at the time of flowering Prairie Farmer ovate-lanceola- te Â¬ 0 It grows on roadsides and waste Dont forget the place next door to the Post office Kicbmoud Ky 30- - COOK STOVE trkwmak M sffNSite5o v InH m 7nA f uu mF PLOWS -- I AM AGENT FOR- - lie MBsi Vulcan 2 ail 3 ke Mi fk i W L DOUGLAS and other special ties for Gentlemen Ladles etc ore war ranted and so stamped oa bottom Address W L DOttiLiS llracktao Mass sold by M eunr THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT EVER MADE ALSO THE FAMOUS Â¬ JACK FREEMAN BlG INJUN SULKY P J PowersHagan DRUGGISTS HAMES COLLARS BACKHANDS AND TRV I HOES RAKES FORKS SHOVELS TTTiN CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING One Way to Feed Hens Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIJ brands of STAPLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT Come to the house where your Call And See My Goods t costs you nothing to look thrpugh mv choice stock and I am sure you will be pleased fathers and grandfathers bought their goods half a century ago W L FARLEY W A POWELL CH ACQUAINTED WITH TEE GEOGHAPHT OF THE COimTBT WILL OBTAlrf MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FEOM A STUDY OF THIS HAP OF Successor to John Farlev CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES UibiuttZ4iEii I BBEW ME A CUP OF TEA diately smirked in the most disgusting manner It is needless to say I took in my washing I thiiik him an old fool his hair is quite gray PART IL For about one hundred hens I cut in the hay cutter a peck of rowen as fine as possible and on this I turn a pailful of boiling hot water cover closely and Corner Main and First Streets allow to steam until the grass is soft This tea which is dark and strong with the juice of the rowen is used to mix RICHMOND KENTUCKY the breakfast which consists of two thirds fine feed and one third corn meal in which two quarts of beef scraps are stirred This mixed stiff and fed warm is an excellent breakfast for laying hens and by the time it is eaten the rowen may be given on the feed board and will be taken greedily If this warm breakfast and green dessert is carefully compounded day and given between seven and eight in the morning the next meal of the day may night by an experienced physibe dinner and supper together between I give cian and pharmacist three and four in the afternoon a water pail full of wheat and cracked corn for this meal The floor of the house should be covered with three or four inches of dry sand so that the fowls may scratch for their grain This is a good bill of fare for most days in winter but it may be varied by giving boiled potatoes apples cooked vegetables mangels cabbage oats or buck- Â¬ wheat Whatever is given should be done with system and as regularly as possible for no stock can do well when attended to at irregular times H C TOILET Brown in Farm and Home TnrarnrG a specialty for cash PRESCRIPTIONS W C FITZPATRICK DRUGS hbwotoobetGormlEY Bro HAS W CTodd Medicines Chemicals HI Main St t below First ARTICLES FINE3T LINE Staple aad Fancy GroceriEs OF IMPROVED TROWEL How to Make a Common Garden Tool Donbly ESectlye BOOKS ALBUMS c JSsBiWFrPWfiJJtMMMiMW ir NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new ami of the very latest patterns They are for sale on the most reasonable terms If yon want a vehicle come and nee me and you wont go home without one 5 JOHN DOXELHON Cures inflammation of Kid Radder Urn k dust deposit u fun i diutiM if t I 1 i Torpid Liver IndlasaUoB moot rMiiuurii imisirHi nertion vjwii ie iieuuAcne st i AH t nr iim fr liN I IPr lis fjfC V r A- - at and ClKJ i THE CHICAGO Including- ROCK ISLAND ZStv lluBy -- J 72 Pills 100 by muil -r- PACIFIC RAILWAY main lines branches and extensions Ilast and West of the Missouri River To all points East North and Northwest from Kansas City to Rock Island Davenport Des Moines Chicago and via ALBERT LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthinirto a Fills town Minneapolis St Paul and Intervening- towns Siouxcltios itWatr la the and abort direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points ooaverKinar at Kansas City it also constitutes aVJ Specific for Stone in the Bladder Brlghts Plasssn of the Kidney in it t n iplent stages a7 LITHOSINH - T yrU Of Diseases of tlie Prostate GluJid the inn ism of h VomitillifS llifianiliiut in Gout 1 cures i Kluu- i i fivlhr j iwii iii 60 Doses 91 traverses vust areas of the richest farming an grazing world forming the speediest most popular and economicallands in the system of transportation to and from all cities towns and sections In Kansas Col- Â¬ orado and th Indian Territory FREE Becllnir Chair Cars between Kansas City end Caldwell Hutchinson Docgs City Palac Sleeping Cars to and from Wichitaand Hutchinson and Pullman and It THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER Dr J T LEE 30 2Q aOO Woodburn Av Cincinnati REMOVAL I Leading all coeapeti tors in splendor of equipment cool in summer warmed toy steam from the locomotive in winter well ventilitted and free from duet leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily on arrive of trains from the East L Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullmuj Palace Sleepers FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE and to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo making stope only at important in Â¬ tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Super o Dining Hotels at con- Â¬ venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious meals t seasonable hours and at moderate prices MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS HAVE MOVED MY Blacksmith Shop to my new building on Third Street where I have every facility for doing the best of work more rapidly than ever before Will be pleased to see aU my old pa tronsand many new one jpaRemember I have moved to Third Street bet Irvine and North Streets S L MIDRIFF Â¬ lo Manitou Pikes Peak the Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain Idaho Springs the mountain parks mining compa and cities sanitary hunting ard fishing grounds and scenic attractions of Colorado estibule Express Trains are equlppod with every modern improvement Oasj add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment tUeo maize close connections at terminal cities in Colorado in Union its with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacific Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging lh 1 icketMaps Time Tables Folders copiec of the Western Trail OMRMd monthly or further desired information address E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN GcitrrnJ Kinager Oeal Ticket ft Fa J Agsat CHICAGO ILL THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE r OOL I like a rear room especially when it is large and well lighted There is more privaoy I have just moved into 1 shall like this place and think it The house is quiet the outlook not bad as the yard is still green and well kept A few tom cats on the roofs Must try my revolver on them some night Yes Pipe Stone avenue is eminently respect- Â¬ able The rear view of the houses on Nebraska avenue is not particularly objectionable The inmates of the house are quiet Hold not all of them are This evening I heard a soft sweet voice singing something mournful a dirge or something I never went much on music The song was entirely too sad for such a youthful voice Some poor half starved girl I suppose It makes a fellow feel -- onfoundedly mean to see nice refined girls shut up ia a cell not much better than those at Bridewell Hut what can he do he cant take them all under his protec- Â¬ tion Snnday is a day I particularly enjoy but this has not been altogether pleas Â¬ ant I arose rather early to write home before 1 forgot it was thinking how pi ased mother would be at the dress I sent her yesterday and I suppose my akbag countenance reflected my ht with that diabolical grin nat ure has beca pleased to give me instead of a smile I stepped to the window to dust my coat at that unhappy moment and a girl just opposite was hanging something white on the shutter evi- Â¬ dently just washed from the limp way it dangled She caught sight of me and my blood fairly ran cold in my veins from the lock she gave me She cant bs the singer I know she must have a bad temper and no woman that scowls so could sing She is incontro vertibly a modern Katherine Evident- Â¬ ly another example of the proneness of the sex to jump at conclusions She THE OIJJ 1 In No TOP DRESSING PAYS Other Way Can a Farm Be More Rapidly Improved BHBk t fS 7 v work fur wt t wWaWaw0 HasaBarnraTT fi - Often swm v- - It has been the custom with us to haul the cattle manure direct to the grass lands as it is made and the longer we follow the practice the more certain we are that in no other way can a farm be more rapidly improved By no man- Â¬ ipulation can manure be made richer In the elements of fertility than when first produced Then why store it and risk the danger of waste from exhalation By applying In its fresh and leaching coarse state we get all the plant nutrition there is in it and in addition have the benefit of it ai a protection to grass m ln frritc in wintfir nul a t ultnn scorching heat of summer Year by year our fields increase their yield of corn and grass other crops are of secÂ¬ ondary importance with us in this dairy Â¬ ing region When we began the experi- Â¬ ment we were almost alone in it but gradually our neighbors have been adopting the system and it invariably shows its advantage in the increased productiveness of the farms I can not imagine a farm so poor that by stock Â¬ ing it to its capacity and applying the manure to the surface as fast as made it can not be rapidly increased in proI have seen very thin ductiveness land with apparently no grass on it treated through winter with the manure from the stables that by the next autumn was so heavily coated with white clover as to draw the attention of passers by William T Smedley in N Y Tribune HANDY HOG HOLDER it Kecommeids Itself to Any One Who Has Many Hogs to King Though probably patented inquiry on this point has been made to no avail the simple Inc pensive urticle for holding hogs shown heaewith recom Â¬ mends itself to any one who has many to ring Th correspondent who ition says or enough in ringing twenty hogs to pay for itself the iirsv time Tho hogs should be Â¬ Vi Â¬ Sometimes a slight change in the form of an implement or tool will make it more convenient and better adapted to the work for which it was intended This is very prominently proven by simply grinding or filing away the end of a common garden trowel AU who have had experience in that line know how extremely difficult it is to cut oS with the common garden trowel a weed that has a strong taproot By using a trowel modified as shown in the engrav Qneensware Glassware POWERS 3 Saddlery c AND HAGAN Tinware Hardware IVPEOVED TROWEL ing the work is readily accomplished Grind down until it is three quarters of an inch from point to point leaving the edge concave It is plain that in press ing into the sou any root coming in contact with the trowel between the two points is readily sovered This does not in the least detract from the common use of the implement but greatly adds to its usefulness Should Our Goods are of excellent quality and the concave surface be kept sharp it our PRICES REASONABLE will prove more effective in every way American AnTieulturist o urn WE KEEP f Woodenware Ac A LARGE USE OF MS CANNED GOODS Trottin Tobacco and Cigars We want to buy all your RICHMOND COUNTRY PRODUCE at the hi mHAS EVER HAD AND- - HARDWARE For Sale of highest market price Bring us your Eggs Butter Lard Chickens Feathers anl the like and buy your Groceries from us 3- WCGorniloylo C T WELLH - WCTODD SEASON BRO 1891 r B CAKK valuable milch cow in the barn Both dog and cow have since gone mad and had to be killed Hundreds of dogs and heads of stock have been bitten by rab- Â¬ id dogs in and around there during tho last few days and had to be killed A Truthful Vision Jack Daum residing near Columbus Repairing Ind had a valuable dog chained in his barn and a fortnight ago heard him fighting another dog and went out and drove him off but not until after the other dog had bitten his dog and a An Epidemic of Had Dogs Tiwue t LoTrRues SPECIALTY OF Â¬ 1891 C A T WELLS CO Bridgeforth Cooking and Heating Stoves jGH aS Bm n jam 1 Btl i2ii I 2 p 3 t i i r p mF s 11308 Ml Y0 dont Win C At Pittsburgh Pa late Saturday 17- night James Blackstock shot Mrs Ed- ward Thomas in the breast inflicting a probably fatal wound He had been A 6 WILLIAMSON living with the woman ever since her husband died some time ago from an CITV ENGINEER alleged overdose of chloral Mrs Black Civil Engineer and Surveyor stock wife of the man who did the shooting excitedly exclaimed and proved by members of the household Turn-iikt-Surveys made for Railway that she had dreamed of the shooting Roadways Estimate given Saturday night at just about the time it Farm IraiiiHge Town Lola liid off occurred CLAUDE SMITH CO VATICAN Onlv a square from the have to send the depot Coal SelifBred to aay aav DR G W EVANS G W EVANS JR HM1-A- - ftSininriii mil lot for Resubmission 11 G W m mm 1B1 coin RICHMOND KY Evans Son pi m HA VDY HOG HOLDER II I offer for tale the residence and grounds on Third street Eighy foot new house with three room kilch iront en cellar outbuildings c All in good repair On street car line SHE CAUGHT MOOT OF ME 26- W PICKELS G undoubtedly thought the smile was inÂ¬ IBasMMaSJnWWMaJMaMEWn-ri-TBis MSjaepaa tended for PlEiiii S 1 Feb 21 Thursday night in the House in the committee of liole twenty members engaged in a discussion of the resubmission bilL and the recommended the passage of the bill by 06 to 47 Friday morning the bill was called up by Nor- Â¬ ton under suspension of the rules and placed on its passage The roll showed 60 yeas 40 nays absent and not voting so that the one 1 I Steam Thiadber for Sale 7HLV T IIL It was Buy sell and exchange Real Estate awl give attention to the First class Thrasher Real Kstate and general collection busineiie in all of its details power traction Engine Separator Terms eai List your property t once for February catiilouge JO u- with and Two long ournfn r v horse an walk up r and slip over th The hog ding any hog a use gives animal in i Ott Must Dt nt a new trial to of David Moore -- Judge Stipp agan t Plo Kirksvi magasine of Casterline ndlay e shock was ftlt for forty miles Nitro GIjrcsrlna Explosion s of nitro glyceriae are Belle old in a at 3 race sire of Milt exhibition mile 223 at Soft Coal and Anthracite sire of Light Hall record 3 yrs old JjS at 2 yrs old sire of Mary Van Nnt and Lump Coal record 240 at 2 yrs old in a winning race mile track site of Vannette timed in s Now open st Myer- 2 yr won bv Burns old race 2 P McGregor in 3ol4j sire ol Jo Jo record iiext to Second 2 yrs old in winning race irc of Quickest delivery 246 Try us Red Jim public trial 237 at GENERAL LAND SURVEYS sre of Belle Vara yearling 3 r C T W5LLS worlds rrcord in a race of that age LiueM retraced Special attention given to topogruuliicai maps and plats of of Light Hall yearling rr n of Venice yearling farms and other lands Correspond vea sire of June Light ence solicited with parties interested 123 in surveys of lands in mountain coun Â¬ beaten by Queen Bess only a re sire of Brown Velvet cor 253 ties of Keuluoky et new sWOffice City Hall Richmond Kr yrs old that isliv able to trot agairst any colt of his age ing 9- w 100 cash TERMS lallie Imne of breeding two seasons in ca- are a Vaaco and Vatican BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY DWELLING- Sbrothers Vaco is the sire of th best 3 dale Aenue etagaaw has year old race record and Vatican the best The Madison County B 1 year old race record s in at the drug stof e of S B H XEALE 35 46 Richmond a la LcAtT BUILDING ments Tl M or as s whole low prices to those who - Imp Jnhi ft M a tulnsr 11Iand propose to tjive them away to a ar much k Â¬ J Pits Vatican record 2294 sire of yrs Vara record ia FOR SALE rr to JW tsaiiy awl mk m BAsI BMM a out the county are requested the poor of the suppi W L CRUTCHER P Mad Nat B 49 4 BtIh wr MtrlBsa jtm enm eomanc - JL tsM Start lO I i BsBBsTta 4 jmK worm Alt fT wvrfcw yur t tl - We aw OtmJt start Mr bna fv- owir 10 H MB For phce on aVfWssaafaaC nan