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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ffni i -- a N V f ffitffi-ftf-r- V m FLOODED YUMA Two Hundred and Fifty Crumble Away HOUB03 VOLUME ATTORN EYH F Richmond IV RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1891 fi 1m Highest of all in Leavening Power Â¬ Cfiu i rQrf Vat i i i j ik ruv i J j h I bySTuja1 Pffig affitr f NUMBER 17 38 E T - LtORNAM IV - A TTOIlElS-AT-L- J First S-- M RIFFE and Das Fitter THEY ATE RATS The Entombed Miners Took Turns Watch Â¬ ing the Rodents WOMAN MURDEKED By Ruthless Rebels After Capturing Iquiquo Chili U S Govt Report Aug 1889 Kenttiiky nuns BulUlrig Sanitary Plumbs lL7 ATTORXE1 AT - Rk J J Additional advices received from Over 250 houses in Ytrma Ariz are in Chili state that the bombard jient of frnm Itiw iim nunlA nHA Iquique by the insurgents was product Â¬ homeless not a sSnpie buinc ss house ive of great loss of life and heavy dam- Â¬ remains standing and it is feared that age to property When the reliels en- Â¬ hundreds of lives have been lost in the A SULLIVAN tered the city they attacked the stores Gila valley The telegraph wires are CHANDELIERS GLOBES down into the valley and as all -andjesidences on six of the squares and v4 TTORNEt A TLA IV up and lis ed All ISO compk tely w reeked them The build- Â¬ Dnoges are pine aud roads t e committee on Eard Luck Kkmtvckt re amendments ings had afforded shelter to a large no relialile reports can 1h James H Ward Saturday completed appropriations huvn tie n dupos d of at 130 number of women and children but had from there The river above AND tio bill sas o jen to gine al amendment St lip stalls the insurgents heedless of the rules his term of eleven years in the Ienn Among thos ofTeic and agreed to was one by town is sever miK s widi and lie governing civilized warfare pave them sylvania penitentiary- for killing Miss Mr Hawley appropriating tlDOO for a brick low the town in places the water covHKS I L MKiKKY no chance to escape and pursued Mary Means in Westmoreland county barrack at the soldiers home at Le venworth ers the country in one grand lake over Kas 4i70 for their work of destruction regard- Upon stepping from the penitentiary ton O andAgreed to a buck barrack at Day fifty miles acrosm The railroad com- Â¬ A WILKES SMITH The bill was reported to J less of the frantic endeavors of door he was arrested and placed in jail the senate and all the amendments were pany will not have the bW kade raised for the killing of Miss Ellen Means DENTAL SURGEON the helpless occupants to seek a place agreed to The bill was then passed for west bound trains for four days and Hocse The house met at 10 oclock this of safety It is known that 200 women whom he assaulted at the same time ho Kentivky Richmond it will be Un days or two weeka before morning there being less than twenty five memBATH TUBS and children perished in the ruins killed her sister they en n pvt ost The town has pro Â¬ bers In attendance On motion of Mr Kensinlil Ituillliie Mnlt p of the sacked buildings The insur- Â¬ nedy O a bill was passed transferring ibe visions sufficient for eipht more days it l4kas H Death of Senator Hearst gents seized the custom house ard then li itiMiy Logan from northern and the Southern Pacific hotel is feed Â¬ Senator George Hearst of California county of judicial dlsf letthe Ohio The to the of house pillaged all the principal houses in the died at his residence on New Hamp- Â¬ southern HYDRANTS ing a thousand people a day Reports MORGAN I I S then proceeded in committee of the whole Mr city After General Soto the crmman- - shire avenue Washington City at 910 from lakuno hftecn miles above Burrows Mich in the char to general de-I der of the government forces had sur oclock Saturday night He had been bate on the shipping bilL The debate laaed Yuma are to the effect RICHMOND KENTUCETl that rendered the city the rebel leaders ill for a long time with a complication all day and at the evening session the de the flood drove the people into ficiency sppropriatlon bill wss passed landed more troops from their the trees and many becoming ex- Â¬ Washington Feb t7 Snatb The vice Main street over Madison Hal iiuhI for the purpose of holding the place of diseases hausted from cold and hunger dropped president laid before the senate a message from and dispatched a force into the country Senator Handerson Chosen into the water and were drowned Re Â¬ the president returning without his approval with the ohicct of meetinir and eneair- A caucus of Republican Senators was tho bill to establish the record and pension And all kii Is of Mill Supplies ports from reliable sources put the loss KLHV W BURGIN ing the government troops held Sunday night for the election of a office of the war department House bill de Plambin lone in tlit Latest Mod- - of life in the valley anywhere from the DENTST president pro tempore of the senate in taching the county of Logan Onio from judi thirty to one lundred All along the to the southern northern sad em place of Mr Ingalls Senator Mander cial district ofattaching it taken up and passed Kentucky valley for two hundred mil s everyFatal Wreck on the Paniacdle ohd Ohio was A Panhandle passenger train was de- Â¬ son was chosen thing is in desolation Costly houses and The consideration of the legislative appropriWa riwrir Ioiiiihk AND- ation bill was then resumed the lint question nel Vhiii mid rlnit Strrel railed Wednesday at Uagerstown Ind barns hae Is ea washed away like play Â¬ Youthful Assassins being on the amendment as to the clerical force things while stock and fences have while going at the rate f fifty miles The amend- Â¬ of the civil service commission In Pike county Mo a sixteen-year-ol- d an hour and west over a fifteen foot lecn carried down by the flood W CREED D D boy was killed by two younger ment appropriating MuOO for a fourth assistant J persona The following embankment leaving the country postmaster general was agreed to as bare as All as Pipe put in according to a desert Horse The house in committee of the were killed Arthur M Reeves Rich- Â¬ brothers who shot him as he lay asleep Men who ten nays KIRKSVILLM KBNTUCKT They acted at the order of an elder whole resumed the consideration of the shipago were wealthy are now homeless mond Ind O I Peal Richmond the rule of lilt New Gaa Com ping bill The house substitute for the senate Needham Richmond and Charles R brother aud paupers Eighty miles south of bill was read by paragraphs fur amendment EverytBing party Kllilirll Case Logansport Ind Two were fa- Â¬ Yumi where live thousand Copopah In- Â¬ I 47- Eighteen Blocks Burned Mr Rogers Ark offered an amendment proMing li tally injured and twenty six seriously dians live the country is flooded for Eighteen blocks including the Raptist viding that one half the crew of vessels enjoy be citizens injured Not a bingle passenger escaped church and many residences were ing the benefits of this act shall signifying or eighty milesT square and as there arc 1HYslt IANS Slates or persons without being hurt no hills for refuge it is reported one burned at Herman N Y Saturday the United become so without regard to their to race intention MI W UUttIl hundred of the ai have been drowned night or previous condition of servitude color t Young Babcock a Captive to 19 Mr Grosvenor O offered Agreed to The great valley of the Colorado is one iV ANDSURGEON Mormons Leaving for Mexico an amendment providing that no sailing vessel James LRabcock of AnnArlor Mich vast sea of water as far as the eye can of less than lOuO tons griss tonnage shall be Mormons are leaving Utah in large Richmond Kimi ki the young man whose uncle in see in every direction The river has entitled to receive the benefits 0 this act The left him a fortune of S00000 on condi- numbers for Mexico fallen six feet six inches in thirty six was agresd to OS to 89 the amendment Vv V PARIS tion that he marry within five years is teal IHd opponents of the bill voting against Its adop hours and is row nearly at a standstill Jewelry Store robbed and Hums about to take a wife The bride elect The substitute having been offered Mr tlon The is weather thick J- and I AM AGENT FOR-human IxmIv At Itirmingham Ala a thief broke Fithlan IU obtained permission to offer a is Miss James a sister of C S James a threatens heavy rains The loss the window of Rosenthal Pros jewel- Â¬ free ship substitute Lost yeas 117 nays ITi prominent merchant of Waukesha in that cotinty foots up over AlLIZ M D wns then agreed to 114 Wis Mr Rahcoek has been the recipi- Â¬ ers and got away with several thou- Â¬ The hoase substitute S2000000 of which the railroad will to 47 HfflTDS f CI AX AND SURGEON sand dollars worth cf diamond rings DLfflD have to suffer to the extent of SiSO000 IS ent of more love letters and pro Ss Washington en at House Feb 3 Chill Flow probably than any other young man cr amendments to direct tax bill agreed to House Richmond Old Yuma never will be rebuilt The Kimiki TS7 bill giving a pension as tiie widow of Admiral An Old Silver Mine Reopened woman of his t town will go higher up the hills No was passed also the Indian appropria HAi m V Vf Main Ktrert Illinium A An old silver mine baa been reopened Porter word has been received from farther bill and the bill for tie reorganization of IuiMihk iti sta is A Fatl Prize Fight in West Virginia It was once used by tion army Action on of than ten miles from town and it is MIlRTEsT AM OJ IC KEST BETWEEN lsonville 0 a gang of counterfeiters who got from it the artillery force for the hipping bill was the The prize t deIks house substitute learned that hundreds of lives have M BLACK THE QREATEST IMPROVEMENT EVER MADE U Tuesday erening between Dick Sa were ipj ented on the sun- ferred Conferees the metal for their coinage been lost up the Gila valley which U t Ohio and A dry civil legislative and Iedian bills The light weight e ALSO THE FAMOl 200 miles in length Indian messengers PHrSICIAN AX I SURGEON prisons was house bill for the erection oil R hicago provtd Hank Tr FoTrderly Will Not Resign SENSATIONAL INCIDENT have been sent out but have not as vet agreed The house appropriaton bill was taken d The mill consist fatal to the BwHooMt Ky General Master Workman Powderly up and Mr Frye moved as an amendment a returned It is known that thousands Woman K11nhru to the Altar Throws Her of eighteen latter at the conclusion of Only direc lino between rounds when questioned as to a rumor that he mall subsidy corresponding to the house subof cattle horses and mules are drowned Arms About the Priest and Calls Him which Â¬ ILL JENNINGS M D neither seemed punished severe- had resigned emphatically denied it but It was finally stitute for the shipping Her Long Lost Husband Frazifort Gcorgetova Paris and agreed to take up the shipping bill the first 11 SI CIA X A Just as Rev Father Frederick of St ly but at 9j30 next morning Tracy du d D SI Et X Monday The death of Senator Hearst thing ricrmonl -2- To Oaaitus Irassfer PEARY TO GO NORTH Chicago Cigar Makers Demand Josephs church Chicago was bringing from the effects of the fight Saville was announce I resrlutio is or sympathy passed ICektucky The cigar makers union of Chicago and a committee appointed to attend the funer Neat May He Will Da OfTForaTrip to the the vesper service to a close Sunday was arrested HAME8 COLLARS BACKHANDS AND TRACE CHAJ North Pole night a tall neatly dressed woman has decided to demand an advance of al and the Senate adjournedwas Guarding Shermans Grave Mains ntxt to Second Xiilionat ASK FOtt THKKTS VIA KV MIULANR made between House An agreement The New York Heralds Washington with a pale face and peculiarly bright one dollar per thousand after May 1 The military guard of honor at Gen UoES RAKES FoRKS SHOVELS CUTTUi republicans and democrats that the forme k special says A new polar expedition eyes suddenly sprang to her feet and Shermans grave will be kept on duty would not cell up any election contests and the An Omaha Womans Cood Lacx will lie undertaken by Civil Engineer rushed down the aisle tripped lightly for six months The temporary guard BSON would not oppose the Mrs P P Coffrey the wife of a me- Â¬ latter Conferees were appointed apportionment Trains run by Central Standard Time Robert E Peary of the V S navy up the steps to the altar and flinging will be replaced by a troop of cavalry on the private bills i tSICtA X aXI S i RGEON for back from her shoulders a black in a few days A sentinel will be kept chanic of Omaha Neb has received land claims the diplomatic and consular and who has secured leave of absence Time Table December 151890 bills the senate eighteen months with this object in view shawl threw her arms around the priests over the grave until the troop is finally notice of the death of John ONeall a the copyrightnon concurred in amendments to KlNTIlKY RllHI The bill provid millionaire manufacturer of Rranford which were Mr learv proposes to start on his expe neck exclaiming my relieved when the grave will be left in My husband ing that existing tariff laws shall not affect the England by which she becomes sole treaties between the United States and Hawaii dition from St John N P about the long lost husband For a moment priest the guardianship 27- TRAINS EAST uj Ktalra of the cemetery heir to STVihiuoiO The deceased was wes passed The deah of Senator Hearst was Mixed first of next May His idea is to go as and congregation were struck dumb authorities WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES her father though she was disowned announced and the house adjourneil 1OVNTZ north as a whaling steamer will car- Then Father Frederick divining the far IMM Frankfort 5 45 3 00 II H for her humble marriage ten years ago Secretary Wlndoms Will n ry him and then strike for the north situation gently released himself from 13 35 3 ii Notes From the Capital 13 43 0 07 SURGEON 3 The late Secretary Windoms will was Greenland He in the womans embrace and parishoners pole on f Strsr t Railway Fares Ttree Cents The total collections of internal 07 tends to have as mall an accompanying occupying front scats came to his assist- Â¬ filed for probate at Winona Minn Kentucky 3 05 Riciii reduced in revenue during the first seven months An 3 35 7 The gross value of the es- Â¬ the party as is consistent with absolute ance She fought desperately when the Thursday fixing the price of of the fiscal year ending June HO 181 3 45 7 11 4 31 ity Possibly it may lie compos- men attempted to remove her from the tate is from S 50 000 to 1 T 000 Whe n street r il nt xl Whites Drug the were 45 35 7487413 more ed of not more than four or five natives sanctuary but was finally carried out the debts are paid the estate will yield n counsel C lered than the collections 1I111 lag the corres Â¬ 5 37 6 15 13 IO baggage and other impediments and taken in a patrol wagon to the De- - a revenue to the family of 35000 a year and the Legal ponding pcricd of the previous fiscal n oj VV E A AS MD pm will be reduced to the lowest scale pos Â¬ tention hospital The w oman proved to The will was executed Jun e Ar Knhmond 35 year sible The expedition which has been be Mrs Mary White who was recently and leaves cverythir g to the immediate PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON AM AM Coi WaUIflsVLD is very mnch worn P family planned and arranged by Lieut Peary released from the county insane asylum Kknhckv RrhmuMi FIFTY FIRST COXGRESa down y the pre iir- - ef work and will TRAINS V in Her husband is a cook in a down town is a purely private enterprise Inspector Byrnes to Be KnlgbSed Mix gov- Â¬ United States which the restaurant The king of Italy has conferred the Second Session Tin remittee rn commerce 13 JO ac department K11 hnicnii vii Is t navy or ernment order of knighthood on Police Ii Washington ksats Amon 58 iiUiiiitely the A ROYAL ROW part It is understood that has no tor Thos V Byrnes of New Ycrk The the seven presented and referred were resolu bill t 7 48 33 TAYLOR rth whatever backing Lieut Peary may senate of Tei as favoring an 8 30 4 SO parchment conferring the order and the tions of the state the or We lis sisucs Ills Ma She New Jer-Uniting the 53 need in order to curry out his scheme The Prince Cemreville Practitioner in Uedi ine and Surgery large gold cross have been received by amendment allto federalconstitution a reasonable officers to tenure of Gives It Hark to Him in real Shape 5 35 will lie guaranteed to him by some of the Italian consul and will be bestowed term of years The credentials of Mr Jones Kknticky Great throngs of people gathered at on the inspector in a few days - 31 Mixed Kmotlnns the geographical societies of the coun721 of Arkansas for his new senatorial term begin SWU7CI try Personally Lieut Peary is a ro- Â¬ Portsmouth to see the royal pageant ning March 4 next were presented and placed A New York policeman was called on file The senate then proceeded to the con on to arrest a man who wa raising a bust hearty young man of 35 years or accompanying the launching of the o 43 Resubmission Detested In Kansas Frank sideration of the sundry civil appropriation bill thereabout and he is physically well new war ships Portsmouth Gosport In the Kansas house the Douglass res- Â¬ An amendment permuting the secretary of the row in a saloon When he saw who Trains daily except Sunday equipped for the ordeal before him He and their respective neigh tiorhoods olution providing fur the submission to treasury to malty temporary appointments of was the disturber he turned to a JOHN IL FOSTER THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR GEO H HARPER Gen Sept hails from M i ine and is at present on were bedecked with more than the the people of a proposition to repeal the architects skilled draughtsmen and civil en brother poll cman ard said usual gala attire spread to the breeze prohibitory amendment and enact a gineers in the office of the supervising architect PHYSICIAN AX SURGEON duty at the Philadelphia navy yard You arrest that fellow ne is an in- Â¬ Vekkon CuKGtn Pass Agt upon the occasion of royal visits The high license aud local option law was was the text of a discussion on the subject of fernal stjoundrel Krnticky Richmond civil service examinations General Office Frankfort Ky fine weather prevailing added a great RUIN AND DESOLATION Why dont you arrest him yourself defeated by a vote of 72 to 27 the repub- Â¬ Hoist The house went Into committee of Main sirit m xl door to Lutons irlc deal to the enjoyment with which licans and nearly all the alliance men the whole on the deficiency spproprtatloo bill asked policeman No 2 SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS Arizona Town Swept From the Earth By was witnessed the successful launch- ilsui and IIIOn a point of In the chair Mr Payson Because replietl policeman No I Floods voting against resubmission c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS order raised by Mr Clements Gal the clause weeping he Is me own brother He is iron dads Dispatches received from Yuma ing The queen launched the According appropriating fa0tO9 for the relief of the cltl the baby in the family and I havent building in with the usual ceremonies Commercial Congress Ariz Friday say that every xens of Oklahoma was stricken from the bill BJSl IPI - arc J and D Hini Hln the town except the Southern Pacific to report previous to the ceremony naiiy The Missouri state senate passed a An amendment was adopted directing the A- got the heart to arrest the wretched Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book IAN AND SURGEON roTerwhile the queen and the prince of Wales bill similar to that passed by the Kan- Â¬ ccounting officers of the treasury not to with- outcast on account of the estame I have Â¬ hotel and the penitentiary were de ly slnaieSpewere standing lM neath the bow of one sas and other legislatures calling for a hold the pay of any retired officer of the army for his rispoctable relatives Texas Kentucky V hits Hall stroyed by the flood Thursday night ayusag purg retired prior to the act of March SO IMS not In fail ana The Gila and Colorado rivers rose thirty-t- of the ships they quarreled for several commercial congress to meet at Kansas withstanding fats acceptance of a diplomatic SiftingB I he World was imperious in City April 15 to consider economic or consular position The consideration of the hree n Ins nrofix HMial --ervlcen to the pnli feet at ve low watermark The minutes The queen Hit Highest Aitiltlon passenger and freight depots are both her manner and the prince was irrita- measures of interest to the West and bill having been completed It was reported to Visitor Are you goin to be a great II Roth the queen the house Hooded and water rose to n level with bly on the defensive FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NOBSEBY PDBPOSES Southwest U eriti- KTfll Washington Feb zl Ssnats After a man when you grow up Willie as the result 01 their 11 3 rriag Call the bridge across the Colorado river and the long debate as to the order of business and the VViUie You betl Im going to be an A 4 llinn ILL-Englishmen After Mines In order to prevent the bridge from be- Â¬ quarrel had an apoplectic appearance 5 Dypenler M condition of the appropriation bills Mr Sher Arctic explorer PHrStClAN AND SURGEON ilollTH ing carried away by the freight depot when it terminated Negotiations are under way for the man proposed an executive session and the is full of 7 Caasfa An Arctic explorers life Kintickv Richmond hiwere After they were reopened S NiumUii being set afloat the building was blown purchase of all the mining properties in doorsPlumb closed conference committee on the hardships Willie trtitfo U liinili Mr from up w ith dynamite Friday morningtho the lower part of Aspen mountain al COLOR UNCHANGED ITS II IsiepMa But I can stand em I Yesm District of Columbia appropriation bill report 1 riods pupireae irnrw siiiltli IliiililiiiK Until Str4 et 28-river dropped seventeen inches in the by a syndicate of English capitalists ed that the committee had been unable to reckon b IJ I run t Iln atlilnz A Ulack Mans Skin Crafted Ipon a The price stated is in the neigh In irhood Â¬ agree and a new conference was ordered The hour and the Yuma residents are feel li I like your spirit my boy There Is Ian Erupt inns 11 rnll consideration of the sundry civil bill was then White Mans Body R OS BOLTON ing less anxious All the country of 17000000 and the sale will doubt- Â¬ proceeded IS Uliruniati M I niluntie fains a great deal of glory to be gained in a Is Malaria 141 WiiTkliil A nut with Mr Plumb offered an amend An experiment which is now being lessly be closed in a few days eastward for twenty miles is under 19 tll lil r UitlHmr Homeopathic Physician txA Surgein ment which was agreed to adding to the Item career of that kind 19 I alarrh lnflncnra Cold lnlbeHesd Reading Pa will probably water Water i running qverthc piers a proviso requiring the secretary of the treas Yesm And you dont neverhave to 40 ULoopniL Cough V RlCH V Kknti cky I of the bridge The river is still rising madeto at ury to coin into standard silver dollars the wash your face Treasurer Huston In m Health medical literature the fact that add lirliiliii ltualcal Weakness J4 KidaeT Chicago Tribune 3 irnrmi liarne trade dollar bullion and the trade dollars now Hours it The pople have abandoned all of their the skin of a colored man enA Washington special says that U S its 99 rvaai llebiliir Bl the S I rlaarj- Weakness Welting Bid A Rough U gone to the hills The tele- Â¬ grafted upon a white mans body will Treasurer Huston has again tendered In the treasury silver expense thereof to be houses and charged to the profit fund more than half a century the name of Freeman has 32 is sea ef thelleaM Palpitation io graph office ii now operated from the lUBBsssBl colored instead of turning his resignation and that it is very prob- Â¬ Mr Ardentcourt I am going away Honst The direct tax bill passed tne house 11 Sold hy Drocflsta or sent nosmald on receipt inedl lles bci yvluch stands on white The experiment is being made by able that it will tie accepted Ill health to day Th final vote was ITS to 101 and an into the far West for some time li I Southern Pacific hotel FOR before the imblic Dont you recollect that your m ef Drsoe Da HtwniTi BUirCAt mm paae I amendment was added providing that the legis- Â¬ know that I shall long for your delight Â¬ rtcsur bound In eloth and goM mailed nee a high point Profs John Egeand E Z Shumakcrupon is stated to be the reason used to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans lature of the various states Interested shall ful society I wijl think of you every- Â¬ HUMPHREYS MEDICINE CO the body of Joe Soul a white man who Oor WilUem and John Streets Hew Tor authorize the respective governors to give the HAS BOOKER Big English Failures because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to tit his Post OSce Robbed I will seud you a real Chicago came there from Roston some months federal government a receipt in full for such where Hudderstield Eng is one of the cen- Â¬ ago For over two years he has suf Â¬ Now Freeman continues Oa bouquet A gang of burglars blew open the claims thus closlug up these accounts VETERINARY SURGEON pocketlxKk and his ideas of value ters of woolen goods manufacturing fered from a large sore on the calf of safe in the Mulvane Kan post office motion ot Mr Norton Mo senate bill was Miss Gusher Oh how kind of you VET COLLEGE GRADUATE ONT He also has a first class lin to make boots and bhoes It is feeling the effects of the McKinlev his leg Six weeks ago the professors Thursday night aud carried off all the passed granting pensions to the members of Mr Ardentcourt I do not know just of batalllon bill most seriously A private let- - planted on the sore thirtv pieces of skin cash and stamps amounting to about Powells who served of Inmounted volunteersMr what a real Chicago bouquet is but I tariff CUSTOM MADE ROOTS AND SHOES in stock and can fit Veterinary Dentistry and Kterllil Missouri the Mexican waa ter received from there says The facts taken from the arm of a white man 1130 ally Boutelle Me presented the conference report suppose It is a ham and I am to fond all sizes in all grades - HOTEL are simply startling The McKinley tar and eighteen pieces of black skin All ICF Nexl door 10 ClIMAX offlee nn- - ALEXANDER S on the naval appropriation bilL Agreed to of ham Judge s llngliin liuiliiiiig tliHiinniiii Ky Big Cotton Factory at Hnntsvllle Ala The speaker appointed Messrs Caswell K B iff has fairly knocked the life out of cer- Â¬ of assise have grown from their original Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including All arrangements were perfected at Taylor O and Mr Oates as conferees ee the Following the rati tain industries here It has caused de- Â¬ size that of a pins head to pi direct tax bilL A diagreelng conference reSeventh and Market Streets Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where Oawge Why girls smoking ciga- Â¬ pression which is forcing concerns to varying from an inch to two inches in Htintsville Ala Friday afternoon and port on the dlstnot of Columbia was agreed THOMAS B AYItl -19- rettes the wall with astonishing rapidity diameter The white skin seems to get work will ljegin immediately on a and a further conference was ordered Cal at No 2 First Street Kentucky This week there are three big failures a little whiter bnt the black retains its million dollar cotton factory Louisville Girls Yes its the latest fad of the Washington Feb 23 Sxnats The sudden Real ii Coking Age death of Ssnator Wilson ot Marylsnd English ladies right here one of 70000 another for color Priest Fined For rror usmDling was feelingly alluded to In the chapWill Opkn Mondw March 2nd 68 0t and a third near Bradford for Dont the Lowid things make you a Cath- Â¬ lains opening prayer and At Milwaukee Father Smith attar the sick William Commands Bismarck to Silence v80000 olic priest of Elkhorn Wis was fined Journal was read and a measage received R CII Yes but they also make the En Â¬ TKEr It is stated in a Berlin dispatch that 50 and costs for selling chances in a from the House business was suspended Mr Having sold out our entire interest in HAVING RETURNED TO ghr 1111 Ex Treasurer Woodruff Arrested I tune decided to Gorman announced the death of his colleague glish ladies sick so if we were not sick Emperor William has commanded Bis-- church fair lottery the hotel on JifiVrson stieet we have re- Â¬ buyin and sllint moved to our old stand that we occupied Ex State Treasurer Woodruff of Ar- marck as a major in the army to pre- Â¬ THAT CAN BE RELIED ON attention apain 10 the and after an address In euogy of the deeeaaed we would not be foUowing the style so offered resolutions expressing the great sorrow of steal Estate and the Collection at Ac- lor years ro successfully at Seventh and kansas was arrested Friday afternoon serve silence on political affairs The of Brazil Texas Sittings xnnpletery Presldent 1 BE UP senate I will think n for vour patron counts Market streets are now flitting it up in on a warrant sworn out by Prosecuting emperor has also pointed out to the ex elected with which the directing bad heard of the death Gen De Fouseca has of Mr Wilson the appointment ot a I age TO Literature by the Yard elegant shape new throughout and the Attorney Pemberton on the charge of chancellor the law sanctioned by Bis- - president of BraziL committee of nine senators to take order for A man who suddenly camo into posviolating the law in the improper use marck himself whereby state min outfit in every av will be elegant incudsuperintending Lis funeral THE MARK House A resolution was adopted to devote session of wealth wished to fit out a iig one of Hales Safety Passerger and of the public funds during his term isters are prohibited from publishing Killed While Raclnj BEARS THIS MARK Thursday and Friday to the shipping bill the library Be addressed a letter to a book- Â¬ age Elevators wili all the late im charge is embezzlement comments on state affairs without the The specific Albert Meeks of Mineral county W vote to be taken at 6 p m Friday The Immiprovenicnts His In the He at once gave bond in 15000 killed while horse gration bill waa passed and the agricultural seller which ran aa follows in- Â¬ Va was instantly We want all of our old fiirms to come trial wiU come up at the March term of consent of the sovereign and he stances from the famous trial of Von racing He was ahead and looked back appropriation bill taken up and also passed first place I want for the vacant shelves We promise the circuit court and see us in our old home Proprietor L 1 he report of the silver pool Investigating comsix feet of theology the same quantity its were Arnin in support of the law The em-Â¬ to see where his hat our Rooms Table and Service wns subml of school metaphysics and about a yard peror also accuses Rismarck of exciting when his horse shied throwing Meeks mittee ne in the Washington Feb 93 Sbnats The house Ory 0 8s 0 Siipot shall be set Destroyed by the Flood Limestone Street N E Magaagainst a telegraph pole fracturing his amendment to the direct tax bill was present of old civic law in foUo a quarrel with Russia My wife Mis Jo B Alexander wants Several deatlis have resulted from the skulL ed to the senate and was laid on the table for zine to all her lady friends j to be remeniliered LEXINCTON KY CaL William E the present Tho sundry civil bill was taken One Rescues Miner Will Die and she will be glad to sec them and give floods at Tia Juana Valuable Discoveries In Mississippi Scribner druggist was swept away in All of the rescued four miners at New Buildiag and Furniture tliein a hcaity r Valuable deposits i f manginese sul-Â¬ his store Not a building is left stand Â¬ Hazleton Pa have rested well and TV-i- ing on its foundation The Russ house with the exception of Rosco Frinko phur iron copper lead and salt have Well Lhshtedakd Ventilatsd CUHtS SPUMTS WMIHS WMOHIFrS been discovered in Missis- is the only building not completely and al eiuarnmenss abaoUtetr resasrrwsl by strength Frin 4 have gained cos B ALEXANDER i CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A NEEDS MO LAUNDERING JO wrecked and that is badly damaged ko was the smallest ami A Eail Stcnn con Manager GOOD BAR ATTACHED main current of the Tia Juana riT stitutionally of the four and his terri- Â¬ At Virginia 111 hail fell to the depth THE ONLY er now runs through the town ble fast has left him in a much worse of four in than the rest On Thursday COLLAR IN THE MARKET condition 2 and 250 per Hay RATES Two Klners SlUel estructlve Land Slide he had a high of an incline plane at Tb A land ear Barre Vt weak to retain nourishment and he itTat Oi unqualified eninrrwmnU of oor Uadr tng Mtrttwum awa vwwariBsa of tons of rocks and earth was scarcely able to notice anything Whitew ell T upon the city damag- - about him His rav A IT AMI I Xa C E Dubbut OsaVirr man Bonk lTik pitiful and el rvn One bottle enrsrt a vrr bad cms feted e nV nrt IsrtsM li tlj Goo m - m r for whti h I hava sinos baaa 4Xwsn Killed Els Brother wotild not be without it u it coss msm m won 1 Judge Boxiicns to Be Impeached I mediate- ps to ed t IUUU UM W hov hmutrtds of mtch liiilaiiiifiili Mi At Waverly W Va a boy named The Kansas house has ordered an im If stEMM SHoftT HAM TTt WRITIt KMM wr fcwttle Ask roar ill lama w TrtORMU IMTMCTM III Price i3 lat ie brains losiua Bodkins Reed agi he dose not keen It swad as 11 zc stamps tor trial fcoa 1AP Y ETC IT-C- AT TM BRYANT A 8TRATT9 MSmttt COUitt UWH uble nesday while judge of the ttrrty second judicial dis Â¬ of his 4 CO Whitehall N Y W B EDDY ftjHtlH THIRD AK JEr FUSt STRUTS LBUtSVILLE KY CATUM8C QBJ j fooling w roN trict ILL Bass Rsoa Aussn Miust CROOlvE Bi IIMONI I And Fourteen Hundred People Wltliout Home A Lake Fifty Mile Wide Great iobs or Lire Ke- porteil A IV j KtNTlCKY DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF mint 1 i Â¬ GAS FIXTURES 3- IHIOSIE Â¬ SANITARY STYLE AE i Cincinnati and Frankfort The four men rescued alive from the Jeanesville Pa mine still occupy cots in the town hall Two trained nurses from the Rethlehem hospital took charge of the patients Wednesday morn- ing Two policemen stand guard at the door No one is admitted to see the pa tients but doctors and newspaper men The village is full of dime museum ents Who Want to the men ine nve men who were res cued from the Nanticoke mine and who are now being exhibited in a dime museum have lost their jobs The nineteen day men are wanted now The patients felt pretty good at noon when a correspondent accompanied by Dr Snell called John Tomisky who was very low when he was brought out of the mine qxtarreled with his nurse be- Â¬ cause she would not pive him more to eat than the doctor allowed Give me something he said If you havnt got anything else give me some rat legs Why John said the doctor what do you mean by rat legs I mean the rat legs we had in the mines Then it is true continued the doctor that you did eat rats in the mine not- withstandinp the fact that Joe Matuski says you didnt Ah dont you believe Joe replied Tomiski he is too proud to acknowledge now that he ate rats He ate more rats than I did Do you think we could have kept alive all this time without something to eat We had to eat the rats or they would eat us Why I saw Joe myself sucking blood from a rat and he said it relieved his thirst The reporter and doctor then moved over to Joe Matuskis couch IIo was asked whether it was true that No doctor they had eaten rats we didnt eat rats only a portion of the legs That was pretty giiid meat and didnt taste ratty John Rarno was the coward of the party Ills three companions say he cried all the time He would say if he could only see his sweetheart in Hungary be- Â¬ fore he died The men used to take turns in watching the rats Had they all gone to sleep together the rats would have eaten their eyes out the same as they did w ith other men found dead Their eyes were eaten out Rarno refused to take his turn at watching He said he did not care whether he did or not Rig Joe says if he hadnt nursed Rarno and watched over him he would have died Franko w as the religious man of the party He prayed all the time He had an old pair of beads in his pocket and had them out all the time On the twelfth day when there was no sign of rescue he prayed for a happy death Two Hundred Women and Children Per lsh iu the Ituins or the Sacked HuUdings tofev Baking ABSOLUTE PURE 1 W HAS C FITZPATRICK IN YOUR FRECISKLY WHAT TOO WANT KITCHEN WE KEFEU T ene hi THE UNSURPASSED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - LEXIITGTOIT BELLE EA1TGE Â¬ Â¬ COOK STOVE Â¬ PLOWS -- III Vulcan 2 and Horse -- - i w 111 -- Big Injun Sulky Plot Â¬ I Contractors and Builders for Â¬ 1 I Â¬ 1 Trauma a specialty cash 3- K Hi 1 1 V C FITZPATRICK -- TJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TARPILES 01 D PILES i Humphreys C Jfmt PRICE SO CENTS Â¬ Â¬ U - THR GIDrSOKP ABSOlvUTEIY PURK TAR OID CO Â¬ CHICAGO a- - 1 -- 1 I 111 j FREEMAN Â¬ - SPECIFICS - blue Â¬ m m WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF j Â¬ nxro - NOt tO to split 131if300lOy TRADE PALACE HOTEL KLEIN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m ut stliy Located Jriiy EuuLoiD Mark READ THIS OINTMENT QUINNS LINEN LINED WATERPROOF S3000 IXil -- iURELW llUEluLU 4ioJmJVwufn im 4l Hf i THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON I DXESDAT Editor Il BLIMIIU IVHT Wm G II The Climax Printing White Chas S Co Powell PER YKAB flftO V6ltel7 - - - 2rch 881 former clerk of the legate to institutional Convention will probably bv a Republican candidate for Governor H Hon W 1 lniicv of Lancaster Strange as it may si em was a gallant member of Morgans cavalry i Â¬ Â¬ ritICK Ho J t IltAVY MOHTAUTY itr Hearst wan Lejrislaturv a Ki j died in Washington ii erof stomach He but nti the California Republican his inn u ww ibln an He left a fortune of the This mtkm thirteen meafber Wiby n Three and Hearst all ft lie Low Â¬ er Horn the largest LAIbltilAb mortality record M IEKVISIUX K Qaj - i great advocate for the purchase and oj K ration by th eminent f all the railroads in the country He thinks it ould be the best in TMtment ever made by the Government and wijopwH that bonds for the purpose oner for the pan base be issued U aring li ur 3 per cent interest and to run fifty years Further he says runient ould make 10 or 10 l r cent profit and pay off principal and interest and erhahave enough left ment iii iit iigrce with nking that if p vernment the railniads it should also own and Â¬ - though in favor over pie NOT Jl sT XuW 1 has refiiHe to sub- the ieople a proposition appro- to build a new Caji- VVe coniuiend this actijn not be- ii of removal but be- ie of Kentucky are not in the humor for such an in- taxation The Delegates who ition would be igered it submitted with Mich a ii forming a part of it properly Ik- i angered iiuildingi It would it would lie ave before but with I wing it will d tlemans famous dinners At he close a toast was drunk to the host The com- Â¬ mittee then proceeded with business and Col Attilla Cox nominated LouisÂ¬ ville as the place for holding the State Convention There waa not a dissent- Â¬ ing vote Col Bennett H Young moved that the convention meet at noon Wed Â¬ nesday May IS This was also unani moaslT agreed to The matter of representation was then discussed and it was decided to Uke the Cleveland and Thurman vote as the basis This gives the convention 918 delegates The State Convention which nominated Longmoor had the same basis of representation Some thought that the Longmoor vote would lie made the basis Uiis time but it was decided to take the Cleveland and Th arman vote as this brought out the ful strength of the party At conventions heretofore there have always been some disagreements be-Â¬ cause the county meeting for selecting delegates were held on different days It was decided at the meeting tliat it was imperative that they be held on the same day hereafter The time for holding these meetings this year will be Satur day May 2 at 2 oclock p ni After the Executive Committee hai adjourned subject to the call of the Ch lirman Gen John B Castleman Chairman issued the following address Offii of the Democratic State Cen tral Committee Louisville Ky Febru ary 19 1891 At a meeticg of the State Executive Committee held at 1415 Fourth street Louisville Feb 19 ISti the following resolutions vere adopted First That the convention to nominate Democratic candidates for State offices to be voted for at r n election the first Monday in August sliall be held in the city of Louisville Ky and convened at noon 13th of May 1891 Second To select deljgates to said State convention the basit of representa tion shall be one delegate for every 200 votes and fraction of 100 and over polled for Cleveland and Thurnun in Third That for the purpose of se- Â¬ lecting delegate- ue convention the Democrats of each county shall assemble in mass meeting at the court house of their reseetive counties and the Democrats of each Lcgis ative district of the city of Louisville at some central point within the district to be designated by the district committee at 2 oclock p m on Saturday May 2 1891 and choose delegates to the Sxate convention Tliat all voters who have hitherto affiliated with and acknowledged their first allegiance to the Democratic party or pledge themselves to support the nominees of the Demorratic State con vention shall be permitted to partici- Â¬ pate in these meetings By order to the State Executive Com- Â¬ mittee John B Castleman Chairman The basis agreed to gives a represent Â¬ ation of 918 vot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i ceived lessons in Democratic doctrine that have borne fruit abundantly within the last year The party to which we stand opposed was never before so desperate and so ex- Â¬ treme and at no time in our history has it been more essential that Kentucky should speak out bokllv in defence of the principles of Democracy the safeguard of The leading the people everywhere measures projiosed by the present Congress and for the success ot which the Republican party has fought and contin ues to fight despite the rebuke adminis- Â¬ tered last November were designed to continue that party in power at the sac rifice of free government and the rights of the toiling millions of this country The Force Bill the McKinlcy Tariff Measure the shameless conduct anil revolutionary methods of the Partisan Speak er of the present House of Representatives the Plutocratic Senates lordly indifference to the peoples cry forfiuancial relief all these indicate that the Democ racy of Kentucky has a higher duty than the mere control of our local government We must take the van of the struggling host that battles for equal rights and by our position and bearing inspire confi- Â¬ dence and enthusiasm throughout the count ry In many other States the Leagu Democratic Clubs Are already marshaling their forces and getting in line with a view of active service in the coming National contest and we feel that Ken tucky should promptly take her rightful place in the van among those who liattle for civil liberty We therefore recom mend and urge an immediate revival of all the Clubs which are members ot the State League and the organization of new ones throughout the State It is probable that a State Convention of Democratic Clubs will shortly le called to meet under the auspices of the Leagne and it is therefore important that steps should be taken at once toward active organization and that you put yourselves in communication with these headquarter M C Alkokd President of the Kentucky League of Democratic Clubs F A ruu1 K Kentucky Vice President of National League of Democratic Clubs Ed Pobtek Tiiomison Secretary Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tracts combines and other robberies which an fast bringing our people to poverty and slavery Again be i Pray dont commit Harikari anv more as Hie Japanese by striking yourselves but strike the common enemy We want no side issues dont handicap one great aim by all sorts of impra ble issues Mr C ay winds up to Mr Cavanaugh with the following axioms of which the 3rd 4th and 5th especiallv deserve in my opinion universal applause and adoption Â¬ AXIOMS I dont want the standing First armies of European despotism but to make the great majority of the people land holders They will then lie our best defense Tims France stands Re- Â¬ publican Money the medium of exml change should be gold silver and jajer ds at money convertible in I willi of equal tab The abolition of corporations Thirc for private end Fourth The protection of all labor from any olwtmction to fair competition supply and demand being the only eter Every corpo- Â¬ nal law of all industries ration to facilitate the accumulation of wealth is an oppression to the laliorers not in such coinpar Fifth Equal taxation of all property in Church and State Justice Sixth Kentucky is liound to be the first State out as a State for national railroads Farmers of Girard dont you think we can make Pennsylvania the next John Pkhkins Swsneville Pa Feb 7 1891 Â¬ Â¬ C0RP0RATI0XS LXDER WHICH KIXG OR THE NlIK IT OF 76 Editor of the Climax I rejoice to see that your journal though lemocratic is wise enough to see that the question of railroad man agement anil ownership is a higher issue than the success of any party and tliat your journal is at least open to free dis-cussion I am following in the tracks of saints Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson in holding to the peoples rule instead of that of the corjHirations Jefferson above all men lielieved in the freedom of sjeech I thank you that you are wise enough to follow such a leader He won his immortal fame by crushing the United States Bank Corjio- ration You are a Democrat and I am a Re publican can either of us be one or the other and yet deprive the people of the Can one or the Kings Highway other lie either with the ower of unlimited taxation in the hands of banditti Can either of us be freemen with a under the standing army of thugs name of detectives shooting down Unpeople without law or trial and with impunity So I send von a letter of a follower of Jacksoti and Jefferson which 1 ask you He is a fanner and works to publish with his own hands He has the spirit of Franklin who wore jeans of do mestic cloth rather than lie a slave to England who could live on sawdust pudding and could not lie bought This Hayseed like the Sockless Simpson of Kansas is in earnest and blind must be the man who does not see here the Libout cropping of the spirit of 1776 erty or Death Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE EFFECT OF Ml RE M0XEY two and r the half of it The mention last Fridn ways than one and the as well go into and more profitable business A LIUtUAL SILVER POLIO Hon Jeremiah Simpson Repre from Kansas is a entat e Ana- man but hold MonUkna that the use of a inetid for money is un Â¬ necessary He would estimate the amount of gold and silver in our mines and issue certificates to the full amount Banks are uncertain Cashiers are a lut- Â¬ e in Mr Simjisois view and custodiaus of the nations The mountains would keep a In one respect firmer gri ills short Mr Simp- of silver certifi Be would lias- cates upon the comparatively small amount of silver in the mountains of danet forgetting the growing needs I untry and the vast quantities of silver probably existing in the moun to say nothing of the tains of t mountains of tin other planets and their moons Certificates could be based on estimates of the amount of silver in those mountains as well as on the amount in those nearer home If as some contend money consists in the government stamp we ought to liave the widest possible basis for its issue The mountains of the moon are as much ours as anybodys Â¬ Mainmort A COMBINE NEEDED A VI KTHEK The farmers and laborers have com bined against nil others and we can see nothing wrong in the movement It is true that one of the principles enunci- by the iimhiue ii opiio6itiou to imt that is not hi iiaradoxical after all when properly understood But another combine is badly needed a combine of principles that a man can take hold of and stand ui oninstead of scattering about without concert of thought and action For instance else Â¬ where in to days Climax appears an article from an Alliance paper that clearly shows the one great need of the farm- be plenty of money All other questions are entirely secondary Yet in another article also in to days Climax from the pen of an able man and farmer demonstrates that Govof railroads is the cry- Â¬ ern of the hour We read in the ing need hwt weeks Farmers Home Journal an show that au era of pros Â¬ nrticperity to the farmer is now dawning and all owing to the tariff imposed upon certain farm products i hutting off com- similar foreign products In the al is another ar name iasu ticle epitomised from the platform of rial Alliance demanding the inpial of all tariff laws fave for revenue only in the above wo gather that the considered from greatest e a farmers standpoint is a lack of money That the greatest evil of the hour is the lack of railroad supervision by the Gov- Â¬ ernment Tliat the grisatest evil of the hour is the lack of sufficient tariff That the greatest evil of the hour is too much Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- If the volume of enrrenev were doubled it would lie erjuh alent to a reduction of railroad rates on half It would lie equivalent to a reduction of salaries and lees one half It would be equivalent to a reduction of taxes one half It would double the value of every mans farm It would double the value of his live- Â¬ stock It would double tie value of every bushel of grain It would double the value of every ton of hay It would double tae value of all the products of labor It would double tae present rate of w agm It would light the fires of every fur- Â¬ nace and give employment to niilli idle men It would build new railroads and deÂ¬ velop new resources of wealth that have hitherto lain idle It would erect new factories that would manufacture out of the raw material produced in tais country hun dreds of things that se now buy in for Â¬ eign lands It would give employment at remunerative wages to millions of men in the factories work shops and mines w ho in turn would buy products of the farm at a living price It would set even wheel in motion every farm would bo worked to its fullest capacity to supply the demand for provisions for the great army of work Â¬ men employed in other occupations It would break tl e force of the Mon Â¬ ey Power and secure an equitable distribution of the profits of industry to those who produce the wealth of the country It would enable the farmer the me Â¬ chanic the miner and every man who earned his bread in the sweat of his face to educate bis children and fit them for the struggle in life It would diminish crime improve the moral condition of the people promote temperance increase the happiness of the industrial masste and insure national prosperity It would work no injustice to anyone and benefit everybody except the nder the speculator and the idle parasites who contrive to secure them selves good positions with a large salary attached Let every voice of the people proclaim with one accord throughout the land that we must and will have an increase in the volume of currency Xational Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ money-leÂ¬ C MClay 18BL White Hall Ky THE Feb 28th problem of PROBLEMS Reformer KEXTICKY LEAGUE CLUBS OP DEMOCRATIC Lexington Ky Feb 21 1881 To the Democratic Clubt of Kentucky The Executive Committee of the Ken- Â¬ tucky League of Democratic Clubs deems it important that these organizations he called into the active service of the party for the coming campaign for Governor and other State offisers not indeed to guard against the possibility of defeat liut for the more noble purpose of inculcating and disseminating our principles and of insuring at our next general elecÂ¬ tion such a Â¬ BOUSING DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY as will serve to rel uke the enemies of free government throughout the Union lack of una Â¬ and act as an inspiration for the greater curs to us that the nimity is likewise an evil The Alliance work and the grander victory which the seems to be unanimous on but one thing party is pledged to win in 1802 the abolition THE of National Banks Your State Central Committee earnest Â¬ DEMOCRATIC JSNK MAY UMVUIIH TJIRTEKNTH TO The Democratic State Convention will be called to order at noon Wednesday May 13 It wiil be held in Louisville The State Central and the State Execu- omniittees met last Thursday eve- Â¬ ning at the resideno of Gen Jon B Castleman Chairman in that city and settled tin we nnts ly devoted to your interests and studious of methods to proiaote them cousel this step and assure un that they would wel- Â¬ come your co opeiation in carrying out whatever plans th sy may submit for a more compact organization and a more aggressive policy Acting as auxiliary to the State Centnl Committee and in hearty accord wi Ji it our League of Clubs ramifying as it does all parts of the State may not only prove effective in carrying out the frill of that body but re- Â¬ lock the bads ot Kentuckys vive and intensify the grand educational Pemoorao sat down none of Gen Cas-- movement of 188H when the masses re The suljstantial For the Comojolite farmers of your neighborhood w ho re quested you to reprint from the Erie Daily Times the correspondence of Oas sius M Clay with the Country Peoples which appeared in Patriotic Union your last issue demonstrated by that act the interest they properly take in the question which formed the basis of that correspondence to wit The question of railroad nationalization in the United States Thi6 great question Dr Richar T Ely the foremost American political economist of the new school calls the problem of problems He say It is the starting point of all social reform The tariff co operation strikes arbitration profit sharing all these are weighty topics but they well nigh lose their significance when placed by the side of the proper regulation control and ownership of our chief means of communication and transportation Let me assure you Mr Editor that this question is rapidly coming into the focus of public attentionand will soon be the baring question of the day in American politics in spite of the endeavors of our corporation serving political press of all parties to keep it out of notice by the dead silence treatment The farmers of Girard will be glad to have something more from Mr Clay upon the subject in hand and with your permission I will place some sen Â¬ tences from his pen before them which I extract from matter communicated by him to my personal address In a letter to me dated the 11th ult he says I have read w ith great interest your Declaration of the Principles upon which that organization the Country Peoples Patriotic Union is founded dated 887 In the same year in my address be fore the Alumni of Yale University I took the same ground That the owner- Â¬ ship of the railroads was necessary to the liberty of the American people You will please return my sincere thanks to the society for their appreciation of services in the great issue which I have honestly given to the people of the Union In concluding the same letter he says I appreciate the prayers of my friends for my health and the liberty of Un people in such a contest I have unlimited faith that the God of the Universe stands on our side for we contend not for self only but for Justice and the happiness of the whole people I next extract from a recent letter of Mr Clays to Hugh Cavanaugh of the Knights of Labor published in the Cin Â¬ cinnati Times the following few pith y sentences What sort of a government w that rut which has no highways What sort of a Common and Heavy 3 1 In government is that where unlimited taxHOGS id sale in progress The Select Butchers ation rests in the hands of a few tyrants and t 3 Fair to Good Packers What sort of a government is that where 3 Good to Extra Light 3 a band of lobbers keeps up a atai Light Pigs 3 in part with army under the name of detec SPRING LAMBS one oi The railroad power is not onh 6 Extra- Heel bat the ally and bead of all the carrier company owning a parallel or taken in trotting horses From East Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Frankfort Capital The following articles on Corporations and Corporate Institutions have been adopted by by the Convention Bet Uc L No corporation in existence at the time of the adoption of this Constitution ahaC have the benefit of future lion without first tiling in the office of the Secretary of State an acceptai the provisions of this Constitution in binding form J All existing charters or grants of sjiecial or exclusive privileges under janizatioii shall not which a fa have taken place and busiuess been commenced in good faith at the time of the adoption of this Constitution shall hereafter be void and of no effect No corporation shall engage in Sec business other than that expressly authorized in its charteror the law under which it inav have lieen or hereafter may be organised nor shall it hold any real es tate except such as may be proper and iry for carrying on its legitimate business for a longer tieriod than five years under a jienalty of an escheat to the State Sec 4 No corporation sliall issue stock or bonds except for an equivalent in mon ey paid or labor done or property actually received and applied to the tun lor which such corjioration MM created anil neither labor nor property shall be received in payment of stK k r bonds at a greater value than the market price at the tinie sai labor was done or property delivered and all fictitious increa stock or indebtedness shall lie void Sec 5 Corporations formed under the laws of this State or carrving on bunineai in this State shall at all times have one or more known places of business in this State and an authorized agent or agents there upon whom process may be execut- Â¬ ed and the General Assembly shall en act laws to carry into effect the provisions of this section Bee i The Suite in the exercise of the right of eminent domain shall have and retain the same jxiwers to take the property and franchises of incorporated com Â¬ panies for public use as it has and retains to take the projierty of individuals and the exercise of the police powers of this State shall never le abridged or so construed as to permit corjiorations to eon dad their business in such manner as to infringe the equal rights of individuals Sec 7 Transportation of freight and gam by railroad steamboat or other common carrier shall lie so regulated by general law as to prevent unjust discrimination No common carrier sliail be permitted to contract for relief from ha common law liabilities 8 No railroad steamboat or other common carrier under heavy jienalty to tie fixed by the General Assembly shall give a free pass or passes or shall at re- Â¬ duced rates not common to the public sell tickets for transportation to any State district city town or county officer member of the Genetal Assembly or Judge who shall accept cr use a free pass or passes or Bhall receive or use tickets or transportation at reduced rates not oninion to the public shall forfeit his of-Â¬ fice It shall be the duty of the General Assembly to enact laws to enforce the provisions of this section Bae 9 It shall be the duty of the Gen- Â¬ eral Assembly from time to time as the necessities may require to pass such laws as will be necessary to prevent all trusts pools combining to depreciate below its real value any article or to enhance tin cost of any article above its real value Sec 10 Any association or corporation or the lessees or managers thereof organ- Â¬ ized for the purpose or any individual shall have the right to construct and maintain lines of telegraph within this State and to connect the same with other lines and said companies shall receive and transmit each others messsages without unreasonable delay or discrimination and all of such companies are hereby de Â¬ clared to be common carriers and sub to legislative control Telephone companies operating exchanges in different towns or cities or other public stat tious shall receive and transmit each others messages without unreasonable delay or discrimination The General Assembly shall by general laws of uni- Â¬ form operation provide reasonable regu Â¬ lations to give full effect to this section Provided That nothing herein shall be so construed as to interfere with the rights of cities or towns to arrange and coiitiol their streets and alleys and to designate the places at which and the manner in which any of the wires of such companies shall be erected or laid within the limits of such city or town 11 If any railroad telegraph ex press or other corporuticn organized un- Â¬ der the laws of this State shall consolidate by sale or otherwise with any rail- Â¬ road telegraph express or other corporation organized under the laws of any oth le the same shall not thereby lc coine a foreign corporation but the courts of this State shall retain j that part of the corporate the limits of this State in all n which may arise as if said consoli had not taken plree railroad telegraph phone or oUier common carrier company Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ competing line or acquire by purchase or otherwise any parallel or competing line or operate the same nor shall any rail- Â¬ road company or other common carrier combine or make any contract with the owners of any vessel that leaves or makes port in this State or with any common carrier by which combination or contract the earnings of one doing the carrying are to be shared by the other not doing the carrying Sec 13 So cot potation organised outill be alside the limits of th lowed to transact business w ithin the State on more tavorable conditions than are prescribed by law to similar corpora organized under the laws of this State See 14 No corpsf tioa shall lease or relieve the alienate any franchi franchiseor projierty held thereunder from the liabilities of the lessor or grantor or grantee contract ed or incurred in the operation use or enjoyment of mefa franchise or any of its privileges Any president director mana ger cashier or other officer of any bank ing institution or association for the deÂ¬ posit or loan of money who shah receive tat to the reception of deposits after he shall have knowledge of the fact that such banking institution or association is insolvent shall Ik- individually responsi Â¬ ble for such deposhs ed Hi The General Assembly shall by general laws provide for the revocation or forfeiture of the charters of all corperatious guilty of abuse or mis their corporate powers privileges or franchises or whenever said corpo rations lie come detrimental to the interest and wel fare of the State or its citizens 17 All elevators r atore boaSBl where grain or other property is stored for a compensation whether the property stored be kejit separate or not are declared to be public warehouses subject to legislative control and the General As sembly shall jwlss laws for the inspection of grain and other produce and for the protection of producers shipper and receivers ot grain and other produce 18 In all elections for directors or managers of any corporation each shareholder shall have the right to cast as many votes in the aggregate as he or she shall lie entitled to vote in said company under its charter multiplied by the num ber of directors or managers to be alerted at such election and each share holder may cast the whole Dumber of votes eith- Â¬ er in person or by proxy for one candidate or distribute such votes among two or more candidates and such directors or managers shall not be elected in any other manner See B The word corporation at here in need shall embrace joint stink companies and associations aud of all kinds Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ come in great numbers buyers have gentlemen rep- Â¬ resenting every State in which trotting horses are bied The princely sums for which the best animals have been sold and the moderate prices which animals of inferior grades have brought striking Â¬ ly illustrate the oft repeated axiom that it pays best to raise the best Fairly bred mares of fair individuality bring fairly good prices but the kind of stall- Â¬ ions that sell for long prices are the top sawyers the horses that are sired by great stallions whose dams are fashionably-and that have individual qualbred ities to recommend them to purchasers People do not come from Idaho and Montana from Massachusetts and New York from Georgia and Alabama to buy With stallions of ordinary breeding them the best are none too good The difference between first and second- class stock is yearly lieing accentuated by broader aud broader lines Stock Farm My friend Dudley Miller of the Horse World baa recently published a thoroughbred horses that have sired trot tors It will now be in order for some one to prepare a list of scrub horses that have also sired trotters The argument to be deduced from smh a table amounts simply to nil In order to prove this it is only necessary to cons der the fact that no thoroughbred horse ever sired a great trotter or a 210 trotter out of a thorough bred mare This demonstrates that the tnt comes in such cases from the dam and that it is possible for a horse or a mare to have the trotting instinct so strongly developed that he or she may produce a trotter when bred to an animal of antago Â¬ nistic blood No man entirely sane would at the present stage of trotting horse breeding head his stud with a thorough Â¬ bred stallion No one that I know of dreams that Scotland 222 for instance derived any of his trotting proclivities boa Bonnie Scotland And why Be Â¬ cause Waterwitch Scotlands dam was an extremely uniform producer of trotter while lVmnie Scotland never sired but the one True one of his daughters the dam of Bonnie Wilmore produced a trot- Â¬ ter but he was also by a strongly bred trotting bone got by one of the mo6t pre poteatsoaaof Hambletoaisa and well bred on the side of his dam There are Dccapatioas more entirely useless than figuring ap the number of trotting by thorougbred sires Their sum total would not In- Banana1 if taken from the grand aggregate of 230 horses Ieuwjrbitf in Stork Farm Â¬ 1 Â¬ - North and Smth I --mml SHOULD SMILE WW fur broke open wid smile -- W an my e ich brillian Both Sjrrup of Figs is taken it is pla and refreshing to the Eiutly yet promptly on the Kid and Bowels clean- - th tera cfTectuallj dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures hrl constipation Syrup of Figs is tha only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt b its action and truly betieticiul in ik effecU prepares only from the most healthy and agreeable substances it manv excellent qualities commeid ii to all and have made ii the rccst popular remedy known Syrup of Figs ia for sale i and SI bottles by all lending gists Any reliable d i may not have it on hand wiil pro cure it promptly for any or wishes to try it Do not accept saj OiVlS ExJOYO the method and res wliar rter bin ol k portutit problem ment am how you de qaiekes BI I EARF giijiif up yo r un gwine way frum show when Boggs Gran1 Openin1 i Show doah am wide oper an an am in progn demaif in admishtMi fee to enter either fur de r de ticket man to git behin de counter to help wrap 0 substitute CALIFORNIA louisvilu xr FIG SYilUP he w raw CA CO SAN fRASCISCO r PRIZE PACKERGES De sites is de graades1 n de pri seed lie do bizness in a gemmanly way bti rd fur lie mils look ouard an upard fur I r too low to expeck MUCH in dis wurld h wR ilslSi Established w tar de crowd i in HhKo IuIvRIEIyS- In order to reduce our vast stock of Alaska Seal Skin Garments and Fur Shoulder Capes we will for limited period give a special Gash Discount of 15 Per Gent MO QUANTITY MO QUALITY MO STYLES AN MO GIT-UP-AN-DUST eiNeihwflio in dar dan I eber seed in eny store in eny little one Show House am nulv pperd an painted an nderwU an law sakes what a big stack nv NEW GOODS be ebery day HOUSE XUlES foar-year-o- ld Catarrh fast be Cnrrd an with LOCAL APPLICATIONS they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you have to Halls Catarrh take internal remedies cure is taken internally and acts directly EBERTD1NG NEW EBERYDING NEAT KBEBTDINO SERVICEABLE AJT CHEAP Mo Clothe Â¬ present reduced prices on every purchase off Wy he can sell yo Suits to fit d gemman to de ireat hides ur mos lastidius pusson in tl Halls W P Simpson of New York has par on the blood and mucous surface It Catarrh Cure is no quack medicine chased the trotter Captain was prescribed by one of the best ph si Mack paying 26000 cians in this country for years and is a Col R Q Stomr of Paris sold his regular prescription It is composed of chestnut stallion Mambrino Russell to the best tonic known combined with the If E UcHenry of Genesee III of best blood purifiers acting directly on the 000 Ml Steoliiio Democrat The perfect combinanascent surfaces Illinois has sixty six towns that hold tion of the two ingredients is what protrotting meetings more than any other duces such wonderful results in curing State Iowa has fifty four Indiana titty catarrh Send for testimonials free three Kentucky twenty one CO Toledo O FJCHENEY JgaVSold by Druggists 75c 38 41 Col R E Edmonson leaves this afternoon for Chicago He will make asaleof Â¬ Correspondence solicited Illustrated Fur Catalogue sent free to any address Highest market prices paid for Raw Fur SkinS Send for Price Mo Boys Mens an Womens Mo NV Mo Mo Stii Mo TfW Sheas No wonder hides am Mo Sox and Culls Mo AM DE BOSS Lnderwear Current 3639- - vlr well in fact fur eberv ding in di X H 7ZS ya r- - H C4 45mGood people go see fur yoself fur my mout done I cant speak no longer Remember de p horse ia Indianapolis next weeKandone in Kansas City the week after crijit A 10000 kite shaped track is to be built at Mt iilead And Paris too wants a kite shaped track This seems to lie the among horsemen now A bigger horse than any ever exhibited by IJarnum Robinsod f any other show man arrived here yesterday He is a Clydesdale gelding hands high weighs pounds is owned by Thus Conner of Mulicie liul and OB exhibition at the livery stable of J H Wilson i Son them every three or four weeks and ex Â¬ amining them About the first of March as soon as sprouUng begins I would spread out in even layers and ex- Â¬ pose them to light Last of March or first of April I a oidd divide them into halves and plant in a cold frame cover-Â¬ ing about two inches Then as they grew and rooted I would pull the slips and plant them in thoroughly pre pared soil the same as sweet potatoes h Transcript I treated the early rose in that way The American Trotter is the name of a when first introduced most successful- Â¬ new turf paper to be published weekly ly There were no small tubers Cor American Cultivator at Independence la by Mr C V WilOftkn- - a warm barn or cellar can be liams breeder of Axtell and Allerton Independeaea is referred to by one of used to advantage in keeping your poul- Â¬ our contemporaries at he Lexington of try growing in cold weather the North and it is fitting that she If fowls hare free access to the should be represented by a good turf manure heap they will pick up much grain that would otherwise goto waste journal J II Engleman has the only mare in Tobacco Market this county in foal to A nteeo LMtiJ the Louisville By Ulover Durrelt Louisville Tobacco 55000 stallion The mare is Bessie L Ware House by Cuvler and out of Iady Gregory the Sales on our market lor the week lust dam of Jeremiah 19 Since the above closed amount to 4899 hhds with receipts Sales was written Anteeo has been sold by for the same period of 2674 hhds lirown to 11 S Henry of Morrisville Pa on our market since January 1st amount Sales of the crop of 1890 to 29883 hhds for 00000 He will be taken to Pennsj on oui market to date 18343 hhds vania for stud duty at jK Danville The market this week has shown ratli eacafe sr more activity than it did at the close of The condition of the market Mr B H Reals has sold an Emperor last week may be described briefly and as fluctu Wilkes colt to a new Hampshire party atingly high for the good and fine grades for 1000 He was no doubt the fastest with some irregularity in the good prices colt in the State having trotted a fur- being paid for the medium grades and a long in 81 seconds The purchaser said steadily low market for common grades The sales continue immeme and no he would hesitate upon going home doubt that the apparent willingness on about telling his people how fast he had the part ot the growers to accept rapidly seen the colt trot BB ha doubted about the present market conditions will guartheir having sufficient credulity to be- Â¬ antee the pitching of a large crop under tavorable weather conditions lieve the statement The following quotations fairly repretireen Mountain Maid stands at the sent our market for hurley tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 head of the great trotting brood mares Seven of her foals made recods from 2M to 300 Colory Trash 3 00 to 700 to 2SJ anil what is more remarkable is Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to 5 50 that six of them were by Messenger Du Colory Lugs 5 00 to 1000 Common Leaf 7 00 to 1000 roc Enieline stands next with seven in Medium to Good Leaf 1000 to 1600 the 230 list three of which were by A4y Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 2000 erdeen Miss Russell dam of Maud S Select Wrappery Tobacco 20 to 2750 208 has four in the list three of which are by Belmont Flora by Henry Clay LIVE STOCK MABSE EEPORT is the dam of three in the 230 list all by By GREENE A EMBKY Yolunteer among them the famous St 11 Stock ommtwlon Merchant at Clncln nail Union tttuck Yanla aud Covington Julien 211 J Farmers Home Journal 8iock Yards The origin of the Kentucky saddle horse is said to have been a very tine mare SHIPPING CATTLE of unknown blood in Fayette county Cincinnati Ohio Mch 2 i8qi She greatly excelled in saddle gait and Good to Extra 5 oo 5 10 her owner bred her about the year 1850 Fair to Good 4 508 4 75 3 50 4 00 to a thoroughbred race horse in the Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen 4 40d 4 50 neighborhood The produce of these Fair to Good Oxen 3 75 4 25 two also excelled in the same gaits were Common and Rough 2 oo 2 50 then crossed in various ways always se BUTCHER CATTLE lecting choice animals of both sexes for Good to Extra 4 501 4 65 this purpose They have turned out so Fair to Good 4 40 4 25 3 85 4 10 well and given neb high satisfaction to Extra Fat Steeri Fair to Good Steers 35 3 75 all using them we are informed that Good to Extra Cows 3 75 4 00 they are fast becoming an established Fair to Good Cows 3 co 3 50 1 50 2 oo Common Cows breed and fairly increasing in number 1 oo 1 75 Tennessee and other southern States also Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Kentucky in their production joining 4 oo 4 50 These horses are usually fifteen to sixteen Best Shipping Best Bologna 2 600 high of elegant form stylish tine Fair Bologna hands 2 40 50 and harmonious in all points and clean rair to Good Feeders 1 ief 1 751 I 90 in their limbs They are also hardy and Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS with projier usage extra enduring They are docile courageous proud and good Good Extra Steers f 4 oo 4 25 3 75 4 00 tempered if treated gently and sjxiken to Fair to Good Steers 2 75 Good to Extra Heifers kindly and affectionately But ill treat Common and Thin Stackers 2 oo 3 00 2 50 ment is instantly resected by them COWS AND CALVES They ill bear the spur or the whip when Best Grades 4- - 501345 00 under the saddle nor will Fair to Good out al 22 50332 50 10 ooi5 00 rate rough grooming or any Common 6 25 6 50 Veal Cilve Fair to Good 5 ooS 5 25 Â¬ 1 nv rotators Perhaps thero would be no harm done if I should tell you now I would treat a barrel of potatoes worth 83 per pound First I wovdd pack them In half bushel flat boxes and place them In the coolest part of my cell art airing How SreU toTmit 9 t rz n 5i EDGAR W 37- H C BOGGS II E Ai NEXT TO RICHMOND NATK NAL BANK M m TO 8 5 B p o aS o 3 to X V WHITE lh sr at P V a s Â¬ Â¬ o r r D 1891 WHITE CASH-DRY-GOO- DS ALLEN Q b AND- - g5 a CTQ d --t O NOTIONS AGENTS FOU PETITION STATE OF KENTUCKY MADISON CIRCUIT COURT February BUTTERICK PATTERNS -- Clerks Office jist On Petition AX D- - Hknry Traynor 1 in the Â¬ This day came the petitioners and filed Clerks office of said Court their petition the object of which is to obtain a judgment of said Court empowering the petitioner Laura 1 ray nor to use enjoy sell and convey for her own benefit any property she may own or acquire free from the claim or debts of her husband Henry Trajnor and to make contracts Lair a Traynor and y Fashion Plates A complete slock of patterns always on hand sue and be sued as a single woman and to trade in her own name and to dispose of her property by will or deed and to act as a feme sole Ordered That notice of the filing of the petition and the object thereof be given by publication in one of the newspa pers published in Richmond Ky for ten days prior to the first day of the next March Term of this Court W H MILLER Clerk Attest A Copy Attest W H MILLER Clerk D MChknault Attjr for Petitioners 37 - WHITESt W Main 112 ALLEN opp Court House RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond Ky NOTICE Mr P J ONeill who has been rork-ing for Mr S L Midkiff the past season is now in business with Mr James Allman and they are prepared to do all kinds of work such as is done in a first class shop on the shortest possible notice Mr ONeill is a 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 Thev are also prepared to do all kinds ot CARRIAGE WAGON BLACKS MITHING wood work general farm work Sic We have not got a three story shop but we have ample room to accommodate our custo- Â¬ mers Give us a call Shop on Main St adjoining C T Foxs Livcrv Stable ALLMAN ONEILL 35 47 Â¬ Sanitary Umbers -- Stou aodOu litters A WE CARRY FULL LINE OF- - Gas Fixtures of Every Description INCLUDING Chandeliers Brackets Stanards Globes Robber Tubing kc V BATH TUBS AND CLOSE JENKINS GLOBE ALVES best made AND INSlIRATORS UOT WATER BOIL Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and Street Sprinkling M It HAKBER Ptcpr AU kinds lowest of the yards tween 30- - 50 75 4 00 3 80 3 70 3 so 25 You need not go to Cincinnati or other places for jour fixtures Our work is done by men who are nill utock of he latest designs of Coal and Lumber at the Mill supplies to fill all dema delphia market price Liberal patronage public respectfully requested The are located on Orchard street be- Â¬ that street and the K C Railroad PlRichmond Watkr v RICHMOND PLUMBING 1 CO 6ooi 55a 25 375 mn I mi m 100 sale reasonÂ¬ M0NEYragllFORRENT wtwytwiiirttriapiBtiiiWMiiiiitoifWTwartw 7a Ik fiats Tuor have mule colts for sale at HH pr sUaasTTtklnaT W BCsWl DonMia au y itmm TO Jt is tW wurk- Ti f tettam dsTla i j ioS 6 able prices 17- - COLYER ttrTaS5wTJKSSSfc kill A wdAre The ihrcc rooms up twirs u room now occupied bv W B Ee Mt Till K CO iUlSTA I uanajgaf should go If the voters chose Lexing MATRIMONIAL When Mr S L MidkirTcame to Rich- Â¬ ton it will be perfectly satisfactory to betMr John Millikin the widely known mond a few years go he opened a small day week In Kansas 35 banks have gone into Louisville Lexington is certainly a Is Mr Barrow in tavor of free coinage 1881 March nuMisfi residing The Dee 1 The people ter place for the capital than Frankfort and universally popular district pnasen shop and did all the work himfef with liquidation since vt ianina was here on Monday and asfcl railroad and time to spare By careful attention to criminil docket Ls Bet for the 2nd Sid unwt It is more of a railroad center and the ger agent of the L A wmf homv money during me present coin snap wouio last sccrcu tied moncv condition and couldnt get it ot lyuisvilie wouii nae to nave Mies Bertha Siege a belle of Louisville business and the execution of the best Monday was a slow court day 4th and and shows lift cases days n1 believe this would be the were married on last Wednesday May work his patronage extended until two e Ii The olinary docket is set for the th would lenders are calling in ceL best location in the State for it but there you both live long and prosper assistants could not keep up with the de Â¬ We shall atreno isly oppose any effort tvorv dollar iisnfhla day and t as There are 09 old ick threatened Mr A1 is no especial antagonism toward any on the part of an make Rich nl 34 nnnauine IS pau- eqnilj The Harris Xoland Taylor Jett dMible mands Mr Midkiff then built a three A fire flt Colunibia dertroyel eight other city that wants the public build- Â¬ wedding in the church at Union Citv story shop of wide proportions and emmood a -- gateway eitv to the moutams l r idijt claims 2 forfeitures and 1 rule nlilinKS and noKt their eontents E ings The people are the ones who have Any arDemocratic vote We have seen it tried elsewhere and lie coldest on last Thursday was a delightful affair ploys half a dozen workmen general store Dr fllfc In lis Copies f tie Masters a right to decide the matter and when The decorations were beautiful and ticle in wood or iron done in city style and Judge Fitch was admitted to the fcfa wnt1Itwtlit met J M Page his drug store Griffiths his The Ait Loan Exhibition now open in be once for all Prof Hagerman performed the ceremo-Â¬ at low rate t osic fraternity in 1820 He was present A lively game of checkers is suggested j grocery and Lyons it Co groceries and they decide it should as Phelps tillel his ne honse iK nefit for the in Cincinnati in 1825 when Lafayette vis- by reference to the list of marriage furniture and several fine buildings were The State should then erect handsome ny in a most attractive manner There inch CLOSING OUT OF SHOES of the buildings the geological and historical were no attendants but a crowded house lilies Parsonage Fund ited that city and sat in lodjte with the licenses in to days Climax Mr Corner nurneil views scenes on the should be suitably located and display rYitl Miller will lecture at distinguished Frenchman a fact of which lias married Miss King Evidently the At the residence of the brides fcther The Kentucky heirs of the Robert Ed- there should never be another question I am closing out my entire Lime ivius he was proud and to which he often re- King is Cornered Mr William Murphy at Drip Rock wards estate will hold ameeting in Frank of moving the capital iu en d Venice and copies Got ferred in his long career huiliiiij Jackson county Ky February 2t lStil stock of boots and shoes It is said that thirty saloon keepers on foit Kyon Monday March 23 1801 Michael A years ago a difficulty oocurred at Mr Charles Taylor of Estill countv to to be sold in 60 days Seven 4000 the levee in Louisville have moved out The object will lie to form a more com Feal Estate Transfers for r brnary Mnrrillo Rubbeus Fra Angelica Titien Communicate be- Â¬ Miss Spicy Murphy Attendants Mr on account of high water Perfectly nat- plet organization in the suit for this large the store of II Witt near Winston B KELLY Town Lots Commissioner to W N Professional Jurors price of building when it tween Bice Prirriett and Lres White on George T Taylor of Madison cointy worth ural that they should its only the milkin which millions of dollars are H Powell to W P Bax- Â¬ fJfSft for the town One whose duty it is to wait on eourta 37 40 one side and Tihnan Witt and James nephew of the groom and Miss Marguer man that can withstand an abundaa involved ter 325 aaaae to B JJ Lu will soon get thoroughly acquainted with King on the other White was killed ite Larsons of Irip Rock Outfit at court water In P M Pope 726 R 1 CotoM Charles Moore who was deputy clerk and II Witt shot twice Rice Lrichett a few of our professional jurors We have ANNOUNCEMENTS and Mir- 1The Louisville Southern is getting al V Ibdd 100 Joe Collin It was the old porcupine of the Stan- In Hardin county and was indicted in 12 Ben about fifteen in this county but to the DUCD was tried and sent to the penitentiary MB CIBCCIT COCKT CLERK a l entire new equipment coasiatr nett 400 same to Masonic Temple outside world such an official is unknown ford Journal who infer ted to Richmond lor forging claims against the Shite for two years for wounding but who did County of 5H freight cars ten la A revisas an inconsoipiential town ill build a rosi- M M HarbertoWm Willi of Kentucky was captured in Texas He Franz X Meier died in Richmond ToI the people non Madison 10600 A professional juror is generally a middle emmlldate for nee niyxelf hereby an the killing was never known Since the six nd three combi is now in order since they was going by the name of Win Hop of the M ulisoo Circuit H Lowell to Harris Doug aged man but some of them are a little ion of remarks difficulty a bitter feeling has been mani March 3rd ISM after an illness of seven the ofBe of tolek action of the Democrat Â¬ Ihe onrt subject nation baggage cars The Southern is - OS ArMorgan ft Clark to S older They are generally down at the haint got no public buildiu nohow kins anl gave himself away by his con- fested against King and a collision be- Â¬ months aged alxjut 8 years He was a ic parly com thur 300 Wm Tester to Lowell Hun doing an immense basin tinual horse talk heels a broken down citizen who has down thar not even a gold brick iiy lcianiil pelled tween him and some of the Lrichetts has tailor get new rolling stock constant H Lowell failed in every effort to make a living or Mis Ward to A boom will not be tolerated in RichÂ¬ H00 To the memory of Mrs J B Ashcraft During the recent tide in the Kentucky frequently leen narrowly avoided the Art ly Th new freight cap are of the me to dlncl M A Phelps Morgan k Clark t never made an honest effort during mond Ha just as soon have a tornado river twenty one rafts of walnut logs con Some weeks ago King and Charley who died at Irvine Ky February ISth datiea of ti in pattern with Hell counters and are ten letl to W N Potts to J R Stoufler If there are those who feel compelled to taining nearly half a million feet were his whole life To such a person law is a Lrichett had a fight in Irvine On last JeUaea BH building a of 0001 pounds cap E W Lowell to George Ballew delightful study w hen in the jury box have a boom we recommend their remov- shipped down the river This timber Friday Rice Lrichett went to the door of How sweetly she is sleeping i im i Morgan at Clark to Owen Collins The Ashers have a log boom He has a great admiration for courts and al to Ford In her grave beneath tin Heaths Addition nt in Ietcher county and was bought Schillings saloon w here King is employÂ¬ W B Smith to L J Shackelford 700 a weakness tor hearing law vers talk when about ateen miles long up and down the in the tree by the Singer Sewing Machine ed and using violent language invited Oh we could not wish to wake her M Heath has opened a street can vans aa 1 deataa 1KVV Total Company pleading causes He is well acquainted river that is ol real service From her slumlier there with id from laundry on South Estill King out to face him calling him bad Moat grate lmd Thirty two transfers of farms with every person around the Court The Winchester Democrat sagely anllini A venue to Big Hill Avenue at McKees in t A boy attempted to board names King who remained I B W It Mil She has gone to live with it made during the month The larg House the judge clerks lawyers and nounced recently that the buffalo and C it O train at New port with the usual loon fired the ball striking Lrichett in re been laid off and two S H IBORPK Jit In that laud so pure and bright est were J W Bales for L I Larks to sheriff and frequently very well at quaint deer Clerk of the had disappeared from Clark resiit He missed his hold fell unrde the breast between the ninth and tenth lilt She is with the happy anj Wbite baa returned from to the action of the liemoaratte party 8 L ed with some of the bar keepers in the county but that an annual b That locality is growing rapidly It J W Wagers Lh acres the w heels and was a corpse a few hours rilis and about one inch to the right of Robed foreverniore in white i POWELL of Speelw ll Is be imrclu H II uguely to Luke Baxter UM acres e7 vicinity During the day when there is 8000 to J7Kri is done in otter coon and later At Lexington this week a boy was the centre of the breast passing through coal yard a planing mill dale I unusually large I like Iuixter to Jacob ilcct to the action o She has passed from care and pain i no court in eeaaion he can le generally other furs Since that announcement Parriah severely fined for boarding a train in mo- Â¬ and lodging in the muscles of the back laundry grocery and a number of resi- And the ills of earthly life Daniel Benton to Rice Ben- Â¬ found at one of these bar rooms waiting Indians have been seen M Asa Borrow tion bOled deni i along the line He was taken to a room over the post- It ought to lie so all ave been built Never more to know of sorrow ton 125 acres 1775 Brown Lee Yates for an invitation to drink and ujion the encountered one ureli next Tu in the Dillingham addition just morning the office and received immediate attention NEW ADVERTISEMENTS At 3 oclock Monday I iO0 Sid Never mure to know of strife Dillingham 0 II moat remote invitation be is always ready Naexamining trial Saturday For one hundred and nine years the street from the Heath addition three story annex to the State College King had his ney Taylor to Calloway Taylor 4 acres and willing and some times he will ex thaniel Hart has enjoyed the distinction building at Lexington was discovered afternoon before Magistrate Noland and OF Oh how sadly we shall miss her with a Fun Fur beatt tton u Ellen Pratber tend the invitation himeeW if he thinks of being the last man killed by the Indi- to be on tire Before the llames were was held in jsiOO bond which he gave In the days fast passing by Remaining unclaimed in the V building aud a I saaoa Mean Ooort acreaXS00 V K Tudor to Julius he can drink and slip out and leave ans in Central Kentucky having been subdued everything on the second and Lrichett is restiug easy as we go to press But we been to meet thee there mother at Richmond Ky for the tsatt jiij along at the Judge Scott The breach Webb 00 Hiram Jett to one else to pay the bill 0B the bench March 3rd 1891 He is usually shot at what is now Shearers station on third floors was destroyed The loss is aud there are hopes of his recovery In our home beyond the sky of proa ise suit of Miss Tollie ert Shelby Jett 206 acres 6000 Anger Jose dreamed in a very common garb though the K C in the summer of 1782 But reported to 1h aliont 53000 and is cov- Â¬ Emill EajU Mothers Little Ones I Abner Ma Mail Jt Total land S4v because he now comes your old uncle Asa Larrow of ered by insurance in a shabby genteel style Irvine Ky Feb 27 IgfL Mr L M Lasley received the followr Blue George Total real estate sales lor February The evidence in the iy jcMcmav in has an idea that a juryman must look Clark county and gets killed by an IndiBallard Kittie Mrs Klizaheth D Tomson who died in ing dispatch from Live Oak Kla Satur-Â¬ Sekoel Haase Wanted 126 id to be rich rare and racy - to avoid any suspi half way r Million Burton Lucv an who hit him with a gold brick one Philadelphia last week made Verdict murder in the first deday provi An enthusiastic meeting of tl T his Col Turner and Son Henry Barber II L cion as to his integrity which might rest day last week A besson In War for your brothers Garner at tones in her will that 550 should le set aside gree Lither voters and patrons of Richmond School hud lit Sterling i C Lockhart if he were to pitntni a dirty The writer w ill never forget his first ujion him for the maintenance of her faithful dog blood by hanging B B Blackwell District No 27 was held at Rices Hall Bates Jam and Couaty Attorney John S Saiil filthy appearance He is generally in RELIGIOUS At the iidlv meeting with Col William M Irvine Jack The Kneticiary has no particulr It will lie rememtiered that last Novem recently for the purpose of considering Barnes Katie ior the plaintiff and Broo MC2 his opinion a pretty good judge of law Kirks- On the whose death xcured last week pedigree but was endeared to its mis ber Garner killed Mr Tom Lassey form- the matter of building a school h White lit Sterling and Ward cc Dick and feels as if none of the lawvers or wit in a most dastardly by itsfaithfulnessand theiossession erly of this county morning of the 31at of August 1862 the K The Second Lresbyterian church is The meeting was called to on ler by Clifton CassiOv John can fool him He has an idea that manner Garner was a very desperate irah of a good heavy bark writer a mere Ikiv left his home out in promised a pastor about May the 1st Mild all the hxmber Wiley D Fmbry elated T Gilbert as a judge of evidence or credibility of I assey annie was Fouled in February the country and came to Richmond to ci to an lmi Captain IS A Tracy of Clark county character and when Mr The revival at the Christian church chairman A communu atiou from Mrs Chenault Loran d as any one on the witnesses police judge of Branford he luid him Hill issued the append Â¬ Unit the battle that was ought the County Clerk aula an assignment to Judge James R lit in fur the Three A T Million read in regard to taxation Bench or off of it He seldom ever comes in Park closed with seven additions put in jail for some of his reprehensible the month day lief ire tietwein the Confederates ed list of marriage h ink On motion of Davidson caused a warm discussion Owing to illness Bishop Dudley was II French for the benefit of bis credit acts around the Court house during the Quar He swore vengeance against the BP Talitha nt February Hobt I Turpin Jennie under Kirby Smith and the Federate s are reported at aliout Mt ha in D Miller the follow ing commit fill his appointment at this flail terly Courts Police Courts or Justice unable to Kced Martha 15 Maujiin Fleaa Garrett Annie Mine under Nelson Coming across the counHe is judge but he made no attempt to carry tee wan appointed to solicit means b 15000 and his liabilities 20000 Dunking Mernervv Courts for in these courts he gets no pay place Sunday Ight a danc- out his threats until the night of the B Hughes W T try we reached the battle field near Nathan Lowry Ida one of the most prominent farmers in the flaugher Lewis scription viz eqoeutly be has no business hanging The new Methodist church at Fal was made why where the last stand Edwards Mary E Adam- official tragedv several mouths afterwards In Gray ieoT Little Gieen B Miller Bob Gibson Geo W around His great field of operation is in mouth was dedicated the 22nd inst Hr country and is also a prominent nsille next June Itthe meantime Mr Lasley was taken Kennedy 1 u ican m Miient W Bonlnare Mary Is At this several citizens in the new Tobacco Growers AssociaOeo Rice Said committee Harris Henson the Circuit Courts and Courts of Common Poynter officiating K nma B sick with a lingering fever and was conMart OoruerMollie KinClai- - came up on horseback and paused tion shall assist the Trustees of the school Fannie Harris Call Pleas He can be always seen in the fined for a long time Still quite weak Siccial services at the M E Church A One of conversation a moment in iNirne Martin Zelphy Wilder J Helms Lizziebeath Wood John It is requested that these proctedil Of the 4233 convicts serving sentences Court house early the first morning of Xicholasville closed last week with forty he managed to walk to his store the man with a ied nt Hill Jennie L Lester A C Ruble An them a fine looking Hotchkiss h JJ published in The Cuh vx ami Ken in the L S onlv 13715 are native w bites these courts from nine to eleven iu order conversions and sixteen additions night he was killed when he found on CP ioti Agnes Chen pathetic cast of countenance remarked Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m tom- - nie Kidiiell Register Wiiev I Fmbkv Cbrn rest are about evenly divided be The that he may be put on the regular panel entering tliat Garner and another man Money order and res Recent special services in the Metho Gentlemen something must be done at u uuparu ami i n ault H i Kincaid Annie K Manama G B Mn ier Secy tween the foreign born element and the were there the commencement of each term This prompt 7 a m to r m in Im waiting for you said dist church at Carlisle resulted in an ad- colored population The increase of con lor James Noand There are several hundred lead men is his sell giHMLs Win Jet jv U I WILLIS r m hearts delight his bread and meat dition of twelve to the membership Lasley asked him what he Garner C0KRESP0NDKNCE This was a startNannie Harris Total 14 There were lying around here them or not victs since the last census has been only for his family but if he fails in this he You had me replied i 20 in all ling revelation to us We bail There are now two hundred regularly 13 to the million showing that the world wanted and he DOYLEsVIUE still watches the courts with a view to lie ml Cot ib only colored making JROOKi God vou 8hall die amJ n pictures of battles in which a dozen or picked up and placed women preachers in the Lnited is not getting worse very lent in spite of Snow ice cold and regular winter ed of two a Siher timii some jury ordained A ITORXEfS A T LA II eV mu wak bv him At could be counted but to more fallen States wliere forty years ago there was the oft repeated assertion Jonrwd weather in spring time r voimg K the twentv fifth anni-- think that we had come Uon a scene of when the regular panels are out consider I wont have an v more trouble with vou Richmond only one Record A prominent Northern iron and steel The dirt roads around here are almost renary of the marriage of Rev and Mrs carnage where three or four hundred ing a case This however is but a small when Garner with au oath shot baa The protracted servicesat the Versailles manufacturer gives it as his opinion that down ami continued to shoot into his past traveling they are so muddy mil them IV Omeeoti Fir V Sheppard ofTrintity Episcopal nun lay dead and promiscuously scat speculation on his part unless he can manage to get on a jury late in the even Baptist church conducted by Rev Lrest within the next year over 30 new furnaces nrostrate lsrlv until life was extinct formerly of Richmond Mrs Paltie Ferrell is teaching the n ol opin- - church sav the least starttered about was to memorable by ling Lut we took in the field from ing and hang it on some small difference ridge of Winchester closed last week will lie ImilPuB Southeastern Kentucky IjLsley was very jiopular in his new spring school which Miss Pattie Green ueut building should the occasion a His reason for making such a statement home and Garner barely escaped lynch- made at this place one from Mr Richmond to Mt Son chinch and it of opinion but that by morning we will with several additions prove the two handsome I iron ami steel can lie manufactured 4 in this lie abb- to agree1 hetvehe The Baptists of Georgetown will build ition and the other was a day Shep ing The trial was called last week and Upon It is well that the people were more from bit sun Mr Allen Shnpard of inquiry we learned that the gentleman sheriff is ordered to summon a jury from a handsome church soon and the Meth- - much cheaper in the South Also he the above facts being proven the jury afrak of Ihe Ptromen thanrobliers improvement of Danville have let the contract says that the best grades of steel can be was but a few minutes in bringing in a Uichmoni Va The former gave him a w ho made the remark that gave us an theby standers these chaps eanalw You see what the Captain has done Mr lied from Clay -- iFor Richmond t- siler tike which was daintily pre Â¬ idea of war was Col William M Irvine seen hanging on the large columns in the to build a church to cast twenty thousand neade from the ores found in that section verdict of death which we hope will be J E Olds and Mi s Nannie F Jett The workers in the primary Saturday executed at the earliest moment Stan daughter of Mr Hiram Jett both of this pared and contained in the center fifty a man whose self possession dignit J and Court house or sitting on the front seat dollars A man wl or occupying a chair done to the stove dollars the other from bit Tyrone is now experiencing one of the nay that there were 250 fioaters who got feral Jonrtml place eloped Wednesday night Feb 25th deration of others were marked where tie sheriff will lie sure to see him greatest revivals of religion she has ever from 5 to 35 for their votes This is a ti Folk of handsome silver tea service The characteristics to Cincinnati and were married worth a Hail He can lies the searching eye of the sher had The meetings are conducted by very denioraliingstnte of affairs and we Mr and Mrs CONCERNING FARMERS Died at the home of her parents on Â¬ Tlie correct thins Narrow Kscaf ther artists Sheppard and therefore the more enjoy lie iff or one of the deputies holds it if pos- Lev S A Day a Methodist minister of suppose it is no worse here than any Feb oth 1S1i Mis Lucy B Lanter of sible and tries to charm him into Baying Lexington W A Sutton sold 2ii head of Baxter Young of Centra City and other section of the State anil the Con able Mi Sheppard holds a warm place She was a member of the Ben to Mgn the Bill typhoid fever which he Mr take your east in the jury box Â¬ Beard of Iexing- mules to Corrithers ion and the William Dudley of Warn two young leneh- - in the hearts of his Mr Boswell the representative of the stitutional Convention eoukl do some I D When this joyful sound is heard he w ill Sunday School Union of Kentucky thing to stop this growing evil if ossi ton for i2 50 per head aft Stertmg Go Baptist church and a good girl Her and citizens generally and all wish him and men attending school at the did after advising with age was about 19 yea A man who is convicted of selling Kate hle his wife many happy returns of their Institution this city made i arrow es- - approach the unsuspecting deputy sheriff who was expected to visit Richmond hair oi Two more hands are gently folded aa if anxious and ask to be excused smi with their lives Saturday afterhis vote should he disfranchised for three ing anniveraar Her lni R L Salter bought of Mrs Hopper of last week in the interest of his work Jeenis our Congressman and other On a faithful daughters breast Wilhout consulting any of the ing at the same time as good as to say I postponed his visit years and the purchaser also punished k is to deliver a mare mules the West End two buildiu- The Public Two more feet have ceased to wander have charmed you at last and walks to officers of the institution they took a Peril JoKerd for 286 Danciile Ad citizens 15J hands high The Madison Avenue liaptist chun h President Harrison on last Thnraamy Through lifes stormy wilderness trip to Junction City and when they his seat in a business like manner with of Covington are having trouble The The Kentucky Court of Appeals FebÂ¬ eoaat i tie bill authorizing aGovern got ready to stait for home boarded the an expression on his countenance which Now the proper thing for The Warren County Fair Co has re- One more head has ceased its aching pastor has resigned and there is a split in ruary 24 in its existence of ninety nine I did not want to serve on this jury bu Iding in Richmond at a xpress train due here at 232 but One more heart has ceased to beat church which will likely result in a years had the novel entertainment of lis- elected Lresident Mallory and fixed the the liberation Willging to do i which does imt stop at this station but as 1 am here I will have to submit to tening to the first argument that was ever first five days in September for holding One more soul has left its casket xlal You may put one division of the property ful examination of the papers and hav They would have been told of this tact the powers that be Gone to heavens safe retreat a colored man the next fair at Bowling Green It is said that out of 6156 Lresbyte made before the court by nents relative to the advisabili- Â¬ had they attempted to buy tickets but of these professional jurors out of the in tb pb ROCK BOTTOM PIOU James A Chiles of Lexington una the Tanrist The Klizabethtown News says Joplin from several of our this they neglected to da When the noose and require every person in the rian ministers in this country that 2500 atneky and baa ty and practicability speaker to whom that honor bdonaa and Mercer Isnight of Sims Mattingly 17 Whether on pleasure bent or bu on i be seated and he will of them are sons of ministers thin does proaainert citizen- - including Collect a around and they offered of Johnson vs the Common Â¬ John Hennetl him their fare lie told then that the slip in the back way These chaps are not sustain the old adage that preachers his case that A mules for 2460 making UO that they should take on every trip a bottle ot Sj rup ii Barnam Senator wealth on three indictments for househave Wight this year at prices ranging of Figs as it acts most pleasantly and and Hon J Speed Smith and also from train would not atop before Bnrgin was always in the way of the sheriff when a children are worse than others WALL PAPER breaking for which the apiellant was the Presi reached The boys not appreciating the jury is to be summoned X effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels ian our excellent The special service at the First Lres- sentenced to the penitentiary for twenty- - from too to 150 sure Shot rearj dent said that Rkhaaond needed a pob folly of such an act concluded to jump Ander- preventing fevers headaches and ether byterian church last Thursday evening two years As a colored man said who J CL Caldwell sold to Funk public PERSONAL lilding and thereupon signed the from the train at this point anyway and For sale in oc and forms ot sickness for prayer for schools and colleges was a was listening to the argument with open son MOO barrels of corn at 3 per liarrel iv the Dr Crow and Lrof bill delivered Iew is Rout hauled it and 100 bottles by all leading druggists profitable occasion Dudwhen they got to our depot yo ing eyed astonishment His talk was reguvarmint This aition of President Harrison is a ley did jump with the train going at a Mr J Irvine Llanton attorney-at-laHagerman made excellent addn asm it was the best corn he bad seen in Ashland Park Farm lar white mans talk high compliment to Richmond for he ten years Ikimiile deVacane forty miles an hour In falling he Cynthiana was here Saturday The Bar Dr Ellis of Baltimore a Mr B J Treacy of Lexington says PAINTS and GLASS Just for a joke some one exploded d a number of similar hills for Mrs M EL Ligg and two little daught- noted Baptist divine create a aanaa struck the door of a tool house- near the J C cc Monte Fox have bought the As to the merits of Quirns Ointment I a bomb under Mr W H Larks store rn towns some of them much track and as the door was standing ajar ers left Monday for Texas on a visit tion in Louisville one day last week by at Lerryville about 1 oclock Sunday following yearling mules Of W A regard it as a very useful Medicine has Rut they were it gave to his weight and thus prevented For so that they may fix up and be to Irviae larger than Richmond lushed Mrs J R Burnain this place and her advocating the right of women to speak morning Nearly the entire front was Burton B at 57250 ft from S T Harris at given very great satisfaction not hnportant as Internal Revenue cen any serious injury Baxter Young did mother Mrs Jay of Clark are in Florida in public and to even preach if they felt blown out ot Mr Larks establishment Si5 15 from J K Baughman at so tj Curbs Splints Spavins Windpufh or oil You ready for the Big Boom ters and ajere not peculiarly located for not sum up sufficient courage to leap and 5 been W any bunches it is invaluable disposed to do so This is advanced the it tyville He a United Miss Dora Hacker spent Sundav at tlass was broken in Hollands store from Curt Robinson at nrt The Pnaklent from the train until near Faulco w ith course ground for a Laptist preacher to tike in and Fosters harness shop near by and M Lackey at 70 Ikinrille Advocate have no idea how cheap you can A red roan yearling steer disappeared doubtless believea that the next Con ner when he imitated Dudleys exam home She is taking the winters the face of a practically united church the chimney of Mr J B Gurthrie who - the Mrs Mary A Moore and Mr LfHShip in music at Leakage from the streets of Richmond on March te into United ple and was lucky enough to fall into a will divi against it buy at 200 West Main Street lives on the opposite side of the street man sold this week to J L Cogar their County Court day I completed A liberal reward Mr E Dudley and Rufus B Pendle ad locale mud puddle after turning several somLast Sundav night Rev L S Gold upset The bomb was a first class one hemp crop of about 125 acres at 98 per tvvitle will of N Eadss W Tennwere the guests nirt- - at Richmond A telephone message soon ersaults Ky smith preached his last sermon in Ver- and liefore being converted into the use- ton The hemp is of tine fiber and excel Doylesvllle Ky Richmond 38- Congressman MeCreary has again de brought a vehicle from the institution to Mr H CL Ilargis last week sailles prior to his departure for Mexico lent quality and the yield it is thought ful aparatus where it finally did duty monstrated his wonderful ability as an his relief Neither one of the boya was Mr Tom L Walker of the Lexington Gareeis Plowed Vw bfc Iroiirieter to a large assemblage from all congrega was a heavy iron band wagon hub It will make more than 1000 pounds to the emrineer of bills for the benefit of his seriously hurt but they received lessons Leader was here on Monday looking afThoroughly and reasonably Oacbard Crab Hia sermon was impressive and is thought dynamite was the explosive acre 31 id tray Cliyyer ter the interests of his weekly C T Wells i the livery that they will never forget Da 37- Mr Goldsmith has been used DantUle cor Record beautiful Capt N B Riley of Allensville sold President wlio could bavJ convinced the 11 Hon S M Sullivan and wife of Day- Â¬ among us for two or three years and w ill II Myers W P Baxter does not do your job for this week to J M Ieer a well known Judge Belding whom our people will e so thoroughly fortified in opin ton Ohio are visiting their niece Mrs leave a vacant place in many hearts nduct the half price but doea you a good job for remember comes up here every time breeder of Kastern Kentucky 10 jack a reasonable price See him if you are aaninat the auntheia towns that a Married Sanirs lioonrs iranddaughter Wm Icteher of West Main street VemiUlai Clarion fitted up to the OF when he departs colts 6 months old at an average of 250 Richmond was a i there is any speaking to be done for the The venerable Judge Codgt Collins on Irvine public building in going to have any done The big Englishman of Middlesboro was tried before Judge Our fellow citizen has now one of the Republicans sitv Fitch the oldest Mason in Kentucky Lresident Arthur accompanied by his Third NEWS PARAGRAPHS leading longeared industries of Todd Good front and back rooms on Main Barr of the V S Court at Louisville died f nervous prostration on February wife was in Richmond on Saturday That tiold Brick Apiin Chap I week for taking a fee of 340 from county and we gladly note that he is street suitable for young men Ky this iarnettsville Meade coumv town Comiag A stranger gi ing his name as Lierce Miss Mamie L Currey was a guest of Apply at Climax office 33- Mattie Knott col of Ilarrodsburg Sarah Hundley a colored woman for making it pay Todd County Proyrett Judge Fitch was born in Washington Brown of Bander and claiming Arizona as his home a Miss Minna Cruteber of Richmond the committed suicide One night last week D W Chenault a pension for her when the law getting county X Y May 13 172 His great loxernor will sjKak If you want to buy a Sulky Surrey If not sold privately before that beginning of this week LancatUr Record at he home of Vsa Rarrow a 10 cash He is also charg had twelve sheep killed by dogs This Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor Marion Wells of Casey County acci- Â¬ only allows this plane at l wealthy fiiriuer of Clark county and grandtather Thomas Fitch was a man of time I will Miss Mattie Henderson formerly of dentally shot and killed himself one day ed with securing 250 from another col- Â¬ is about the beginning of their depredaof the prominence in the early history Drop March 4th he has the latest best and cheapest claimed relationship with the old gentle- American Colonies and was at one time Richmond is making her home at Frankored man The judge tried to show that tions How to rid the country of half in last week n He will have a word man exceedingly Krsideare far Beat Hi made himself starved dogs is puzzling A speedy rem of the British troops fort since the death of her father Rev commander-in-chie- f Squire McDavid was found dead in his the excess was intended by the woman inae the agreeable md finally informed Mr liar in America He was afterwards commis- - Dr Henderson On Main street opposite Second Pres- Â¬ as a present to his wife and there was edy should be resorted to Farmers are sing things room at Keeuc Jessamine county His row that be hail a gold brick worth thousufficient doubt to cause the jury to hang the losers and thev should decide on some byterian Church new frame house with Mrs W R Dillion is visiting her aunt age was bo years Guam not of the Lrovince of Conof an Indisands but it was in j John On a boon Mr sell publicly to the highest bidThe j udge was then released on 600 plan immediately for the protection of six rooms cellar cistern yard etc Mrs P L Ballard at Richmond necticut Mr Dan Runyon el the Live Stock bail Mid will have to face the music their property Mt Sterling Gazette for bis the Indians an wl MKS SALLIE OWENS der on the premises my England broke out and Mrs W H Higginswent up to Rich 29 ig auctionet r When the war with Record Lexington was so unfortunate ready B little rt tl at w i Lexington Ky was highly The department of Agriculture Bureau in 1S12 Judge Pitch at that time twenty mond yesterday to visit his brother J A last week as to long his wife She died again this fall Stanford Journal Littles Barber Shea Reaevea ituented upon his management of money bet did not want te sell the years old enlisted in the American army Higgins Iurit Iutrrior Jourwil Carrol Hamilton of Flat Creek killed of Animal Industry has made regulations George T Little has removed his barin her 58th year brick Mr Barrow accompanied by his and was present at the battle of Qaaena Deputy Lnited Suites Marshal W J Tuesday last It was six to prevent the spread of splenic fever ber shop down street to the house former Capt Laul Conlon of Lexington a his pet bear on sou Tom Went with the pretended relatown the ocning fight of the war He Howes of Liuisville wis in the city years old and weighed 300 pounds It among cattle in the district north of its ly occupied by SanJers cigar store secbrick of w The Indian was fire department and a this young tive i served under Gaa Winfield S ott at that Monday selling the old copper of a de former chief the shipped to Mr Hamilton by a friend natural bounds The northern line of ond door from Herndons corner He on East Main Street in Richmond but would notshow him prominent local politician died last Sat- was who livl iii Richmond when a army time a Colonel in the regular Ky The lot has a frontage ot molished moonshine distillery and at- Â¬ in Virginia in a nail keg when but a the disease is the southern boundary of invites his old patrons and the public genFlorida whither he had gone to self to the Lairows aa he could not apeak After fighting through the entire war tending to other business pertaining to urday in cub aad was a familiar pet up to about a Kentucky The rules for transportation erally to call promptly feet running back 32S feet and Customers to the English The brick recuperate his health Mr Fitch in 1M7 came to Kentucky to year ago when his bear ship developed a and feeding of cattle from the infected and first has upon it a InataBf Shot- usual tost by a man in the neighborhood live Ma Icaafad at T iiriagton hat soon Sheridan at desire to destroy wliatever came in reach district will be enforced and shippers will waited upon Everything clean o neral Gnat died at ti 12 The members of the Presbyterian 57 Hancock at t2 Meade at M Iigan at class and the best of work done of the mint Vhite Jr son of Old who iesassd to lc an agent took to Kteamlioating on the lower Missis- Â¬ Since then it was imprisoned in a strong do well to send for circular of regulations family of Dr Glass the Dwelling place wasaeri- - at Lhilade phia The mint man lsire a sippi river He had during his early church gave the 04 in this Rmbh far Heat 00 Hooker at 00 Thomas at 54 Lee at Farmers Home Journal iuse Last week Col Robert Stoner r of the church a pleasant surprise eat Friday He bad small hole in the brick pronounced it manhood served as a sailor and lie soon at 01 Pembertoo at 03 Hard I Four nice rooma for rent in MclCee A very large crowd in town but the was making his acquaintance and becomWednesday night of last week with a and fall- osition of Captain of one of donation party and several useful and 55 Pickett at 50 and General Sherman at ing too fainiliiar the liear reached for weather was miserable and the streets building over W A Powells clothing good stable and carriage home i the -200 e lall eu- largest and finest of the jwitatial handsome ntenpnta were given fSJBW 71 him The Colonel was perfectly willing were never in a worse condition J A house corner Main and First streets hen house and a number one ee for the the and pase- - and handed ova A report of frauds to the amount of to leave a portion of his clothing with the Ramsey auctioneer reports 400 cattle on Auitapie tor otnecs or oea rooms Appiy cistern is that plied on the great river at puWeait it is a scri Indiaus abare Pien MRS E BURGIN 31- 40000 baa leen discovered in connection bear A minister was viewing him on a the market The best selling readily at to that time I will also at the same time like A hjsUiI card to the Climax says Mrs iund so did the man from the with the relief funds for destitute farmers Sunday morning not longsince and bruin 4 per cwt Common and plain steers In 1K52 he retired from the river and S W P Baxter painter and paper hang- sell a R Lowell of Peoria 111 is entertain wise the Indian The Bar county where be bail n in Meade inemin Kansas irra scrap the had came off with the 220 to 300 per cwt 800 pound moun- er does the best work See him and get tanrj Alliaare Maggie Cox of Atlanta 111 lay tact they v S ted At the outbreak of ing Miss raska legislature arc on that he had so careful tain heifers 3 per cwt 15 good year- a good job miuU Al- LOT ON HALLE IRVINE ST week accomimuicd by her friend niers Id brick that th this volved Carthe Mexican war Judge Fitch was among lings at 2766 per head The market ly prejiared for that days services Ky rang Miss Iguana Hisle of Richmond Kiaaergartea suckers hai bought at vai the first to volunteer rol concluded that an animal with no was active and the prices realised were nr Marathon Tex two men got inTerms made known JQ Lromi m April The young ladies w ill visit Hloomingtoii ing fro Miss Florence Hood will receive puils 48x150 feet n ids return from the Mexican war to a dispute about a calf One killed the more respect for the cloth than his bear fully 50 cents per cwt higher than last Sale ick ts in the Normal and Loiiernda before they return in Kindergarten basement of Christian on day of sale rst wife having previously died Art Loan and Flcver Kxliibitian other The deputy sheriff then killed ship exhibited was unfit to live Many court 3tt Sterling Gazette dy invito Dr H B Kincaid late of Kingston Church on and after Monday January P M married a second time His rner Judge Fitch in Cl W J Moore has had 84 lambs dropped On veserday 7 39 - the murderer and was himself shot in of Mr Hamiltons friends among them speaking JOHNMcKENNA who survives him was Misa Jame Ky arrived iu the city this morning ac- the leg Two horses were also killed in the writer extend thanks for a fine bear this season the product of 64 ewes R 5th 1890 She has just completed a specthe Math in Richmond Ky teen unions in thecouutv ial course in a Cincinnati training school tnied by his lovely young bride iaughter of Enoch Boone born A Advocate an ex steak 31 the duel bee sold to J as Smith of Madison iiiage Associat 28- one of the faire- ugh the in the fort at Stone Mis To lulleis hibit Of art relics and curi Quite a destructive storm prevailed in Post takes very strong M uiedium yearling mules at 70 each The Louisville iied of the Bluegr has a quantity of new Sulchild born in Kentiukv Donilson white male An Artificial Nana which has never been surpassed in grounds on the capital question when it Mr J T Stewart of Stewart sold a ear kies Surries and Buggies of the newest nas ior a numocr oi different parts of tfce State Tiy vr lvincaia Squire Boone younger brothel of gion load of cattle at Cincinnati which cost him ial horse as beautiful ere at Nine tenths of the peoftl had an extensive practice in Ken- and was and moat popular pattern and at Daniel Boone the great Kentucky pion- I have Tor sale two well equipped Derr hundred and lost 350 per head Kentucky want the capital removed wliere he has justly gained a tie where several r his Marriage Judge Fitch and tucky Also 15 no better in the county 5- rick ina glass and The crop oi lambs throughout the country reasonable figures other from Frankfort Many want it down and much damag both rvinc reputation crowbars 9 shovels 104 steel wedge for sttled down to a long and useful and the tratl j in is reported a fona rty stone 26 stone picks 10 hammer to Lexington many to Louisville but He will lo--sionally and socially Yaa Wmaur Soonroa Svairr has bean aaad jr life in Meade county He was at one avar snrnsissT nawanaas n thtir drill 3 wire guye 60 feet lone 2 chieele t all want it removed The con- - in them will he brisk Corn isselling for aaawaa a saaantnai ana arf The bond of ialist and will in this citf the Meade County and a and every thing ee pertaining to a stone oaabaa the oattd acrftaa tk irusaa allays ail aat a town and w might it Dixville hogs from 230 to stitutknal convention should therefore rwrn dy rocbui--rhflauibt le followed by the same suc- Â¬ ter John Zumstein for 65000 ewn wladcoHcaiKllathebeaS Bale suHwerHe-- quarry Call on or addr sand Court diat it haH will relieve the poor the question to the people and cattle from 250 to 275 and egga at 8J foj mer submit I him ia his L FARLEY a justeu- - cess which HliUlbT aeht by n naalill re every aerteftU When he died Judf al at- gh and a world fc eeata a bgtUele rare aa ast for Jha nond Ky 34them decide where the capital cents ilarrodtburg Democrat Wlailiminwiasaaa iaiiaaWaXaaaaJJw tn year of his age home Washing teriii beautiful cheatiiut sorrel It cost M jrge Cireeit Caart HE CLIMAX i The March term of the Madison Oir- - I I valued at G0 a table of La Fay ind his poitrait rained at 2000 jxirtraits and artograph of Robert E portrait of Ianiel Boone portrait and autograph of Gen John Morgan with horse equipment he need during the war The opportunity to examine this beautitul collection with ones friends w ill constitute a rare social enjoyment and to this feature there will Ik- - on Saturday at 3 oclock p m and on other ctavs at 8 oclock p in a half hour concert The exhibit will be on a succession of days from 9 ochxk a m to 9 oclock p m Season tickets 50 cents single admission 25 cents children cents Music under direction of Young Ladies Musical Club ton Â¬ Â¬ making him considerably the oldest man in Meade county He was a ripe scholar and a cliarming conversationalist He was also a Democrat of the true Rtriio never having missed an opportunity of ig a vote for that party since he stilus majority Last August he rode and n half miles on horseback the old gray that has served him for the past twenty- - seven years and cast a straight Â¬ THIN COLUMN - age Hafcr and John Kilgourfor200- - Â¬ J 000 each Â¬ te lllc I Â¬ y - to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ 1- Â¬ 1 Â¬ I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I Â¬ Â¬ lr Â¬ Â¬ LIST LETTERS Â¬ 11 Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ enti-hun-i- rt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i 1 i -- I Â¬ i Â¬ I Â¬ Court-house-t- o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ WINDOW SHADES Â¬ - Â¬ 1 j0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Public Sale CITY PROPERTY 2- i Â¬ Â¬ 5- Â¬ suts-treas- li Thrsi7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M MM Â¬ Â¬ HOUSE AUD LOT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 2 Story Frame Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 2- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ ui Â¬ Â¬ - -- - OLIVER PLOWS i A LITTLI KINQ Mother will quit her work to go Even if thes kneading doujrh For she can not work you know When the baby cries Father will lay his paper down never at the tod gently trouble boy tofrown town trot the When the baby cries Sister will leave her fancy work And tending baby never shirk But oo her face a smile will lurk When the baby cries Brother will leave all of the boys And bat and ball and other toys And count It one of his greatest Joys When the baby cri s And to be rules us one and all A king whose scepter Is his call Before Ills throne he bids us tall And so tho baby cries Of course theres tome who sulk and pout Or fret and scold as f the gout From good temper had put them out When the baby cries stated that Tt Is being padcTTor on the installment plan and that the head of the house is paying for it by going without a restaurant luncheon daily and trying to feel that he is reveling on the apex of high Olympus while removing the damask wrapper from a home Â¬ KENTUCKY STATE NEWS Â¬ But this a lda fuel to the fire And puts you deeper in the mire To stop bis music hell not hire When he wants to cry And so tis much the better plan To simply do tho best you can And think he soon will be a man And may bs he wont cry And if his music But dr wrs your Just kindly say And let tho does not cease fates with loud increase m re II you please baby cry Luella U Stutzman in Western Rural A SHALL BOYS PRANKS Borne of iffr laaTff the Bits of Mischief He Can Think Ofc HERE is no time at which a small boy of say four or five years of age is riper for mischie f than when he is all alone In fact one small curly head is better than half a dozen when novelties in mischief are to be wrought If a man is left alone he will smoke or read if a woman is left alone we dont mean alone aAJT in the world but alone in the house with no one to talk to she will practice on the piano or work the ends of her fingers oft em- Â¬ broidering imposbihle animals and birds on a tidy 15ut with a small boy it is entirely different He can only pass the time pleasantly by engaging in a series of pursuits that are as full of fun to him as they are totally devoid of it to his parents A boy at such a tender age has a very queer appreciation of what constitutes fun but if he can enjoy what to him is the quintessence of fun what difference does it make to him if older people are pleased to regard it in a different light It is difficult to understand the men- Â¬ tal process by which the small boy con- Â¬ ceives it to be bloomingly pleasant and mirth provoking to mix a lot of lath nails keys and buttons in his fathers emoking tobacco Yet the small boy does it even when he knows a possible whipping is involved A grown person Would never think of indulging in such a freak when the comfort of his an etomy was involved an adult svould not do it unless the risk carried with it a pretty good clianee of realizing a monetary reward Having mixed the nails buttons and keys with tho tobacco about as thor Â¬ oughly as a painter would mix paint he returns the box to its proper place and turns his attention to something else Noticing the feather duster on the table he begins sweeping the open fire-Â¬ place with it bit as he doesnt seem to be doing any damage it soon ceases to be enjoyable so he dips the duster in the sink and having got it thoroughly saturated begins swabbing It around on too of the hot store just to hear it sizzle This affords him rare sport and causes his features to break into a series of pleasant smiles aad he continues to smile until the aroma of the consuming r SHACKELFORD -- FOR SALE DEALERS TN GENTRY OF- - ALL KINDS Hardware Tinware BLACKSMITHS Wooflenware AND WAGON MAKERS House Furnishing Goods TOOLS AND MATERIAL Hoofing and Guttering Kv March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40- - W A POWELL FARLEY THE ONLY CORNER HOUSE CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND NER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS EVERYTHING IN THE CORÂ¬ KEEPS One of the oldest houses in of Kentucky WROUGHT smiths KIMS keeps IKON a variety for black LINE OF WHEELS and SPOKE8 for other supplies Rest CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING viion makers makes of FARMING IMPLEMENTS Fine TJnderware Hats Gloves Valises Umbrellas lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION Headquarters lor FIELD SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE and best brands of STAPLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT Call And See My Goods t fJF your Come to the house where fathers and grandfathers costs you nothing to look through bought their goods half a century ago my choice stock and I am sure you will be pleased W L FAELEY - 3V W A POWELL 4- - Successor to John Farlev CARRIAGES OTTAOQtJAIKTrD V1TH TET 3EOGRAPHY OF THE OOUWTHY WILL OBTAlrf MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FEOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF IT if BTsSiS- lVv-V NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SDRRIES NEW SULKIES very luteal patterns My vehicles are all new and of A Zs IK FOB THi VV MAKIXQ IT INTERESTING CAT If son oil the most reasonable teini want a vehicle come and nee me ami you wont g home without one 6 JOHN DONELSON j They are in the ale HbQ h J aVasLsWamG5aw Ta f yr ur - fti Liver - anr lii c htomnch Dropsical Aftiwtiuns Headache 72 lJiilpiiik ty ra8 sioo ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY main lines branches and extensions Baa- and West of the ouri River To all points Blast North and Northwest from Kansas to Rock IsU aid Davenport Des Moines Cincaajo and vie ALBERT to Spirit Ijake Pipestone Wortoing ton iiioux Pails Water town Minneapolit St Paul and intervening towns und ciUas it is the short direct route In connection with lines from SI Louis Cincinnati Lluit vUe Nashville and Eastern and Southern points converging at Kansas City it aloo constitutes g -- THE CHICAGO ftf 9- jyZ - 0ef maiLfg3cuREg IGout Zj J la r Disease JLT - Vomitings Ji of the i mitlsij orthr Ktiro i vf Fpecltic DUaas of LITHOSINK for the Stone in the Kidneruin its incipient 6 ta 60 Doses 2 OO Bladder Brlgrhti Cincinnati Dr J T LEE 91 Woodburn Av JO 20 THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER It traverses vast areas of the rich set farming and crazing lands in the i forming most popular and economical system of transportation totie speediest cities Iotiu and sections in Kansas Col end froca all orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining 7balr Cars between Â¬ sas City and Caiowell Hutchinson and Dodge City and Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutch Jiaon REMOVAL I HAVE MOVED MY MACNIFiCENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Leading all compeitorsin splendor of equipment cool In summer warmed team from the locomotive in winter well ventilate and free from dust leave Kansas C ty and St Joseph daily on arrival of trains from the East Southeast w th eegant Cay Coaches Pullman Palace Sleepers and E RecUninjr Calr Cars RDNNINO THBOUOH WITHOUT CHANGE to Denver Colorado Springs and pueblo c stops only at important in Â¬ tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at con Â¬ venient s cations est of Kansas City and St Jodeph furnish delicious meals t seasonable hou e and at moderate prices Blacksmith Shop to my new building on Third Street where I have every facility for doing the best of work more rapidly thn ever beÂ¬ THE ROCK INLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST UNE 1 o Manitou Plketi Pea It the Garden of the Gods Casciide Green Mountain Idaho Sprin rs the mountain parks mining camp s and cities sanitary ranting ana finning grounds and scenic attnctions of Colorado jule Expinss Trains are equippd with every modern improvement luxurious enjoyment add to iiafety convenience comfort and in Colorado Jn Union ulfo make at terminal cities u with theclose connectionsGrande Colorado Midland Union Pacific Denver and Rio ar Texas anc Port Worth and all other diverging linos kete Maps Time Tables Polders copies of the Western Trail1 onthly or further desired Information addrves fore Will be pleated to tee all my old patrons and many new one 4tjnRemember I have moved to Third Street bet Irvine and North Slreelt 11- S L MIDRIFF Wk rnnr IlltUfortaQfahavY t Â¬ Tua u mar 4 far m bv Arm imgr Austin Tolf ri bo eaTLOCkitiartdimiruwril Wir 4 vof Soto ram cvrr MWWl J0 j V JOHN Cttwral Manager JOHN SEBASTIAN Oaul Ticket Pat Abest CH IO AGO ILI an r t4ail - mm sweftw rmtinf frrnu SI to Caaw AaaaBBBsaP - VV DR G W EVANS llulljiliA In w al aiku - m - G W EVANS JR v tiiunii i jui uiurj GW Evans Son KY mw I poe uu EUESUilUR RICHMOND and exchange Real Estate and give attention to the Buy Real Estate and general collection business in all of its details List your property at once for February cataoute Bell offer for tale the residence and grounds on Third street Eight front new house with three rooms kitchen cellar outbuildings c All in good repair On street car line 6- G W PICKELS teas Thrasher for Sals First class Thrasher with horse power traction Engine and 36 inch Separator Terms easy JOHN t Kirksvillc Ky 3- feather duster is a little too much for him Then ho beats off the charred cat appears The cat feathers and does not come too near for only the other day he lathered her face with his fathers lathering brush and got so much soap in her eyes that she madly struggled from his hold before he could befrin tho operation of shaving her with the safety razor He finally gets tho poor quadruped into the butlers pan- Â¬ try and h both the kitchen and dining room door wonders how a black cat will look whitened with flour So ho thrusts the feather duster into the flour and stirring it around for awhile hauls it out and begins banging the cat with it at lon range About as fast as the cat can shak the flour off the g boy can put it on If it were flour it would be all the cats nine lives are worth to venture out in the rain As raogfc as it is on the cat it is rougher on the flour or rather on the bread winner of the family who will probably fjo right on eating biscuits made of that poJrertzed wheat without suspecting the mill it has been put through by that dcrling golden haired boy the hope of his life and the terror of his pocket book From the flour he gracefully drifts dnto the dining room where he climbs Upon the sideboard and empties the contents of the salt cellar into the Bugar bowl and mixes the two in such a way that that night his father will sufrgest that they purchase their coffee at a different place or else try some new fangled coffee pot Having eaten all the raisins and dried currants he proceeds to pour the English walnuts in- Â¬ to his fathers boots that the dignitary may crack either his toes the nuts or both when he attempts to put them on the next time It would perhaps be very difficult for the average thinker to account for the element of fun in the act of pouring water down a furnace register It is even impossible to explain the circum Â¬ stances that would lead a boy to think of such an experiment and how ho could realize a sensation of pleasure from it Hut he does though if we can arrive at such a conclusion from a swift study of the smile that wreathes his molasses painted face because he goes to and fro from the sink to the register with a little tin dipper and regrets that he hasnt the physical strength to manipulate an ordinary paiL Having exhausted the possibilities of tbe register he goes into the kitchen and amuses himself by standing at the top of the cellar stairs and throwing down aU the coal contained in the kitchen scuttle one lump at a time which stretches the sport into a good half hour and Utters up the place with coal to such an ext can only be brought together again through the medium of the gardener and the garden Take The pride with which his parents re gai d the high Dutch clock in the hall may be aporoxinjatcly appreciated when it Is te self-raisin- j arm He gave himself up The wom- Â¬ made sandwich and a couple of pieces an will die Mitchell had been on a of frozen pie Vet the small boy spree standi at the other end of the hall and Mrs R IIDancyb burned to death at tries his best to fracture the face of this Moscow by her clothes catching on fire old time piece by directing arrows She was an invalid and was alone at rare at it from the bow which his father the time When found she was dying bought him from a polite Indian at Ni Â¬ and had but a raiment of clothing upon agara Falls He doesnt succeed in hit her Her death followed soon ting the clock but ho does succeed in At Lancaster indignation meetings diRflfrurinfr the wall paper all around it have been held protesting against the is simply equal to holding a note which proposition in the Kentucky constitu- Â¬ for one thrashing which will be paid tional convention to consolidate the him when due and that will be when counties of Garrard and Rockcastle The national tobacco works at Louis Â¬ ville belonging to Ffingst Doerhoefex A Co and incorporated at S400000 has been sold to a cigarette syndicate in which Kinncr Bros and Allen A Ginter are the leaders It is believed to be the beginning of a great combination of toÂ¬ bacco manufacturing interests Col Charles Y Wilson state com- Â¬ missioner of agriculture ha compliance with the act of the last legislature in- creasinjr the efficiency of his depart- meut has just issued from the press fcr general distribution to those inter- ested pamphlets on Sheep Husbandry in Kentucky by Georpe W Waddy of bhelby county and the History Culti- Â¬ vation Disease etc of the Irish Iota- by A P larnsley of Jefferson 1 LV county Col Wilson himself a practi- Â¬ cal and experienced tobacco grower HE DOE8S T SUCCEED IN HITTIXO THK and iudfc has also prepared an article on Barley Tobacco Its Culture Cur CLOCK ft sens ting and Handling which the marks on the wall are discovered not familiar with Burley tobacco He then changes the keys from one will find of considerable value door to another and takes quantities of At Sharpshurg Tom Fletcher color-Â¬ vegetables into the library and stows ed assaulted Eugene ODonavan white them away behind the rosvs of books the latter retaliating by shooting where they will probably be discovered Fletcher in the neck dangerously after they have sprouted and sent their him tender emerald shoots over the books woundinif Fourth class post masters were ap-Â¬ to gain the benison of a breath of fresh pointed in Kentucky as follows J W air and a garland of dancing sunshine Williams Bae Mercer county J W And so it is the small boy of tender Wood Bellcview Christian county W years kills time and the happiness of the D McChesney Benson Franklin A nil so he will continue to household N Dun Dun more Muhlendo even though his pro cuts cobweb and county J gridiron him with ssvitch marks until berg county C T Flanders Judge J E Owen he is striped like a zjbra and checked Montgomery county like an English ulster The switch will Moody Calloway county W Enoch not cause him to see the folly of pur- Â¬ Twin Oaks Graves county Jim Howard brother of Wils How- Â¬ loining the beans for his bean shooter ard the outlaw was sentenced to im- Â¬ instead of enjoying them honestly at for the table and still remaining whole in prisonment sister-in-la- life at lineville for the matter of anatomy And even after killing- his The delegates to the constitutional he has been whipped for nailing his fathers high hat to the wall he is not convention paid some of their social half so sad at heart as at the doleful obligations by entertaining the people moment when he realizes that he has a of Frankfort tl c other evening There w as a reception a ball and a supper fine putty blosver but not a bit of putty with the most gorgeous decorations E K Munkittrick in Once a Week and the largest gathering ever wit Â¬ QabaaM Music nessed in the assembly ball room The musical urt of a people who rep- Â¬ Hfnuy Iacksox Bud Heed and Henry resent one fifth of the earths popula- Â¬ Baker three dangerous colored crooks tion ought to be studied if not for the were arrested at Lexingtou the other sake of aesthetic pleasure at least in the night charged with robbery passing interest of scientific knowledge Yet counterfeit money and setting up there is scarcely a department in the games They have been robbing the history or philosophy of music con- Â¬ boatmen returning home on the Ken cerning which the information to be tucky Inion railway by making them found in the books is so unsatisfactory drunk and stealing their money robbing as that of Chinese music Even a them with skin games and passing coun Â¬ historian of the thoroughness and terfeit money on them profundity of Ambros after devoting The census bureau the day anmany pages to an attempt to elucidate nounced the population ofother Kentucky by the Chinese theory bi ems willing to races as follows Whites 1585526 colbelieve the first traveler who sets ored 27ijsi Indians 98 Chinese 29 down the modern practice of the art as Japanese Total 185835 nothing but erode barbaric unregu- Â¬ Tuk jury in the case of George Gor- Â¬ lated noise Crude barbaric and noisy don which has engaged the court for Chinese music certainly is but not unÂ¬ two days and a half returned a verdict regulated Even the little music of acquittal at Danville Gordon killed which can te heard on any holiday in John Brooks at Parksville in October Mnese quarter of New York will the trouble growing out of Gordon serve to discloso to a discriminating ear interfering with Brooks that it is nothing if not mthodicaL and his father and John wife Gordon and James The difficulty on the part of the Brooks met at Iarksville and a general historians has leen that they have fight followed in which Gordon was never come in contact with tho Chinese shot twice before killing Brooks and therefore have had to depend on John T the descriptions of travelers and mis- Â¬ Cincinnati Reardon abrakeman on the Southern road was run over sionaries touching the practical side of the art Correctly to apprehend music by a local freight at Nicholasville the however i eeiul ijualiticat ous other morning while attempting to jump of education and natural gifts nd on the pilot and his hip was badly been possessed by so s rill crushed these have The experimental station of the state a minority of t have written about China that they arc scarcely college met with a disastrous fire be- Â¬ tween two and three oclock the other worth erumi rating Ccr tury morning The fire started in the agri- Â¬ cultural room of Trot W B Starks on Acdrnt and Art Young Wife Just to think Harry the second floor of the building and in The building dear my new hat blew into the street the southeast corner to day and was run over by three was almost completely gutted and only the front and the north walls can be wagi ins four carts and a cable car Harry Uumuh That means a new saved The building was erected about two years ago at a cost of 817500 to hat of co Young Wife It was rescued and I the state and was insured for 10000 500 was destroyed took it to Madame Wayuppes who was A map that cost perfectly charmed The wagons had The loss on furniture and apparatus is estimated at 8000 The origin of the led it into the most fashionable shape imaginable and it is to be fire is unknown and the theory of the icd just as It is You never saw spontaneous combustion of chemicals utteriy fetching PittsÂ¬ docs not hold good as there were no chemicals in the room burgh LuUetin Daviess county has filed suit against the Owensboro and Nashville railway Ilfn LILT IT BlUV company for back taxes from 1885 to lft0 inolusive The assessed valuation of Calloway county shows a decrease of 814989 from the assessment of 1890 A Frankfort photographer is preÂ¬ paring a pictorial album of the consti- tutional convention It will contain 120 pictures including all tho delegates and officials of the convention Deserted by her husband and too proud to be dependent Mrs Louisa Parsons a pretty young woman committed suicide at Louisville the other evening by taking a large dose of strychnine The big horse sale at Lexington closed a few days ago Four hundred Countryman in hotel to his wife I and sixty nine horse were sold for cant get to sleep Belindy if thet 540608 The amount collected and to be reÂ¬ bright fras light burns all night funded to Kentucky by the direct tax Belinda Aint yer roin to put it out bill is 9600641 Countryman No its agin the rules The commissioner of pensions has es- Â¬ Look at thet blame surn hangin from tablished a new board of pension examthe gas jet Eippincotts Magazine iners at Kuttawa The members nom- Â¬ inated a e Drs A II Champion A J Astonlahlnc Progress Driskill and A D Purdy Aunt afiraods to little city nephew d The daughter Im glad you go to school reglarly in Petts fell into a pond ou her of Winn fathers th city What d ye study farm near Laws Graves county and h every grade has was drowned The pond was Little Nephew but eight Â¬ a different set of text books een inches deep and twelve feet around Aunt Miranda Land sakesl The The students of the Kentucky uni way things is goinI Cant folks find versity will hold their primary oratoritexts enough in the bible nowdays cal contest to select a representative in Good News the state contest March 13 For Hor Brothers Welfare THE POULTRY YARD Miss Winthrop Poor Jack has now been a full fledged architect for six Scatter lime on the floor of the poul Â¬ months and he hasnt had a single com- Â¬ try house occasionally now mission He designs beautiful houses Hatch pullets in March and they will Mr Townes Miss Winthrop Rosalie cant I persuade you to let your commence laying in October cross For big roasting fowls the brother design a nice country house Languhans with the Plymouth Rocks for for u Harpers Bazar A moittito hn will not lay grow Â¬ Just ing new feathers is too much of a strain upon her Ketchum What is Sharp doing now Takcm Hes working on the Fleet One of the chief advantages with the burglary case incubator is that earlier hatching can How does it happen that he is doing be secured that He is a regular thief himself Almost any of the standard breeds Thats all right dont you know the are better layers than the common old saying Set a det ective to catch a dunghill fowls Texas Sittings thief Tuk fowls that can best be depended upon for winter laying are tho early- Variety Is the Splco of Life hatched pullets Hoffy at the club window Haw One of the poorest places to fix the Bah Jove Im tired of stahnding at the poultry house is along the side of the tray Aw so am I Lets barn or sheds for any of the othsr stock Bocky wearily The worst objection to geese on the iadow yondah and look farm is their liability to trespass upon out some otkah way Puck the neighbors often to their disadvant Appearances Do Not Always Count age Stranger Who is that large fierce When convenient to town it ls often looking man the case that meat scraps can be had u ilagley He teaches the from the butcher shops and used to an nblic schooL infant clu Tex Â¬ advantage as SiftingSome breeders claim that by feeding the hens liberally on corn at this sea Â¬ Man was made of the dust of the son it will aid materially to make them broody ground i iiinister Fowls are as apt to catch cold on That is the reason his name is so -- Munseys windy days If exposed as they are when replic often mud Weekly it is rainy Flan to protect from both as mi ble Fashion Item What kind of a hat would you wear Tho bees wiU take care of the with this soot asked the Flue A empty brood combs in the summer sea chimney pot1 luek son l lo it In win Â¬ ter t be boxed np tightly He Cte4 to Do It after ated with Barber Does this razor hurt sir sulph re any moth germs tim Yes but dont mind Pve in them Tho an shaved myself for over a month Jury Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ three-year-olÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Eablt the other morning Mitchell Jordan colored of Henderson assault ed his wife with an ax inflicting a frightful wound in the head and on the j SKIM MILK FOR CALVES Sobatltnte for Sweet Milk Wheal Iroperly Preared A Canadian feeder of long experience Bays that his calves are fed by hand all the new milk they can take three times a day until about a week old Then skim milk is added only a little at first but the quantity of skim milk is so in- Â¬ creased and that of the new milk so re-Â¬ duced that in two weeks from the com- Â¬ mencement of this change skim milk 111 Main St below First only is fed and this only when sweet as when sour it produces scours and in Â¬ jures digestion in other ways Skim milk is fed at temperature Of milk just taken from the cow In heating it a portion of the milk is put on the stove In a pan or pail and heated gradually until quite warm It is then poured into the portions set apart for each calf Qneensware Glassware The calves get the milk three times a day for about a month from the begin- Â¬ ning of the change to skim milk but a Tinware Hardware less quantity is given at noon I f fed skim regularly they may drink all the DEALEK IN Woodecwsre 4c milk they wish without injury When the change is being made from new to skim milk flaxseed is added to Watches Clocks Jewelry 8ilver and A the milk Prepare it as follows For two calves take half a teaenpful of flax Platetl wsr etc Hpeoinl at night pour on two quarts of boiling attention given lo GOODd water and allow to steep until morn- Â¬ ing then warm and add to the milk the quantity may be gradually but Tobacco and Cigars DIAMONDS slowly increased until three fourths of pro- Â¬ a teacupful flaxseed steeped in a portionate increase of hot water is The flaxseed AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONFs given to each animal We for the night meal is put to steep in the morning Milk is fed same way in the COUNTRY until the calves are seven or eight months old They are given access to as much clean water as they will drink Proatptly done mid in a workmanlike your K at all times They get all the meal manner they w ill cat up clean twice a day The en- meal consists of one fourth ground peas one fourth ground oats and one Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver buy yur half wheat bran this Ls mixed with good hay run through a cutting box Dont forget the place next door The proportion of hay to meal Is in- Â¬ to the Pot office Richmond Ky creased as the calves get older Where 30- meal of this kind is not to be had then give the calves oats which may be fed whole and need not be mixed with cut hay When autumn comes oat sheaves are cut fine and the meal mixture added but not so much of it in quan- Â¬ tity as when the cut oat sheaves are not fed They get what long hay they eat up clean in winter and green food of -- HAS almost any kind in summer They are kept in loose box stalls in the stable 4asj ssaavl H R ai through the first summer and stalls are 7 -kept dark in the season of flies They may get a good supply of sliced roots in their season Orange Judd Farmer A Oood A D RUFF 1TEW GROCEt WCToddh 6 StajkuiFutyfes IITUIllEIJEWEIiR i J CANNED FETTINQ REPAIRING GORMLEI FINEST LIN ANTHRAX HYPOMELAS An Insect Which Deserve the Farmer Love and protection The bee fly shown in the accompany Â¬ ing illustration is a friend of ours and Its deserves our love and protection name is Anthrax hypomelas Macq and its services to rs consist in the free use it makes of the cut worm chrysalis as a breeding place thus destroying great numbers of those our dreaded enemies Several related species of tho Anthrax have the Fame satisfactory habit The perfect insect shown at d was one of a number bred last summer by Mr F M Webster the Indiana agent of the United States Department of Agriculture from the pupae of a cut- Â¬ worm which proved to be Agerotis herilis lrof Gillette of the Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station has also bred last summer specimens of these bee flies or Anthrax of another epecies A scrobibulta Lcew from cut warm larva Though these are extremely Interest Â¬ ing occurrences says Insect Life whero we find the original illustrations of the Anthrax hypomelas and show that some species of Anthrax may prove of W L DOUCLAS 3 SHOE anl Qntlemrn rmrd rnr1 I DOlieLA- arnl n - Urockoo Mas ties for on bottom AddMatm ot Saddlery A Sold by JACK FREEMAN PowersHagan Trotting Horse DRUGGISTS 9 E Comer Main and First Streets RICHMOND KENTUCKY RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD PRESCRIPTIONS anthraxpahypomelas a J PERFECT INSECT WCGormleyCoJ SEASON 1891 larva e pu- Â¬ day and 1891 carefully compounded nht by an experienced phv i cian and pharmacist benefit In destroying cut worms they are not without precedent as the group to which the species belongs is ac- Â¬ cording to Osten Sacken known to prey normally on the pupte of of Lepi doptera especially Noctuae In number of species this group is about equally represented in Europe and this country GAPES A Preventive A wfofi vr VSBBSBtK T t - DRUGS Lav Ci IN CHICKENS Â¬ Medicines Chemicals ARTICLES VATICAN Vara - 11308 and Care for This Trouble some Dbteaae The following points regarding gapes TOILET if observed will prove a preventive and cure for this troublesome disease name- Â¬ ly 1 Scatter air slacked lime freely c BOOKS ALBUMS over the ground occupied by fowls 2 a little of the lime in the drinking Put water 3 Should signs of gapes ap- Â¬ pear feed the fowls twice a week with stiff corn meal dough first intimately HAGAN mixing a teaspoonful spirits of turpenÂ¬ tine with a quart of the meat 4 Give a very sick chick a drop of turpentine on a bread crumb 5 If this fails then strip a feather leaving a small tuft on the end dip it in turpentine insert tho end of the feather in the windpipe and 0 Feed ou clean quickly withdraw boards 7 Never allow uneaten food 8 Keep the to remain on the ground ground clear of filth 9 The rich moist places such as are favorable to earth- Â¬ worms are favorable to gapes 10 Do AND not mistake lice for gapes as the big gray lice on the skin of the heads and necks will often cause the chicks to gasp from weakness It is not an easy matter to insert a feather down the throats of a large number of chicks hence the best wholesale method is to give the turpentine in corn meal and to use plenty of lime on the ground as the lime will destroy all germs of gapes Orange Judd Farmer Our Goods are of excellent quality and RATIONS VOR COWS our PRICES REASONABLE Blake a Distinction Between feeding for Butter and for Beef We most make a distinction between feeding for butter and for beef We must find out the inclination of the Repuring ofTinwue uLowaites cows what they will do with the food The first thing a cow should do is to pay for her board and her care If A SPECIALTY OF they will not do this we do not want them They must however go farther than this and give up profit There Bridgefortn Cooking and Heat- Â¬ should not be much hustling about the ing Stoves cow stable If the cowman is in a hur Â¬ ry to go to the village let him start the chores a little Booner rather than bang the cows about Milking should be done with our might mind and CO strength Talk has no place in the CLAUDE rCO i al 2 40 11 1 vr old McGregor race h POWERS weIkebp Hi mm Ioir JBJctle Red Jim puli aire of Belle Vara worldrecord in a of Light la of Venice - r beaten by sire il BriW colt ot hi C ling two Vakco and brother r I i r r HARDWARE vear old race record 35 46 tri anil B II ABB CT WELl C T WELLS CO TlieOiiljWIn Onlv a square fn dont have to the depot You aWad J Ccal MmivM Nnt and Lnmp CoaL Soft Coal and Anthracite next in the order of inexpensive rations in the pasture the aftermath or in the stable It J A 6 WILLIAMSON should be cured when there is the mof t city engineer honey in it Clover does not impoverish the soil The more we grow of it the Civil Engineer and Surveyor more our soil will grow of other craps The short crop of hay with us tliree years ago when we had to feed grain Surveys made for Railway to our cows to get them through proved plkfH KoNilwayx E tiniatea given Turn Ac to the farmers of this section that feed- Â¬ Town liis Lint off ing grain to cows is an advantage as Farm drainage stable SMITH Good clover comes 7- open at Mv r N next to Second rr Quickest delivery m prices Try u -- 20- - 0 TWgawS5 FOR SALE to SWISSCOTTAGI Orchard Stree- t10 foot alter sL t our cows never did bett r GENERAL LAND SURV Next to the clover comes corn The sowed fodder corn Is poor enough not Line retraced Special attention given better than sticks soaked in water lo topographical maps and pin Correspond Â¬ Hundreds of acres of such trash are farm and other land grown and called food Corn should be ence aoiieited with parties interested put in drills and the kernels one foot in survey of land iu mountain coun apart to get the most yield of real tie of Kentucky Hall Richmond Ky Citv mWOtfice food Green rye is good in the early 9- spring also oats and green corn In their turn The old pastures must be plowd BIBLESFOR EVERYBODY up and reaeeded many of them are run out and it takes too much territory to pasture oar cows We can run a cheap The Madison County B fence around a part of them and put on at the drug store of Stocktcn V and some other crop to renew them and Richmond a large number then reseed them Nathan Clark in Testaments They offer them at extremely low prices to thoae who are able to buy Farmer Stock Breeder and propose to give them awav are not able to buy Ministers throughAnd Therefor to Be Told Amy Yon shouldnt tell such things out the county are requested t ea are the poor of their respectn about people Laura Why not Charlotte gave me supplied W L CRUTCHER V the most positive assurance that it was Mad Nat Ba 49 a secret Judge Â¬ lOt 3JJU5O to IO Iooiic enue swa TWO FR 6 room- lots all w 40 l y -- feet or as a woo Bl reef on Walnut siren cor 160 feet each I- - For price inquire of 4- THREE GOOD on anv - TiLt w SSSSS4S wa Sis aar a- I rtJ t samH ffflncttAWiaji