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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- - Y S BrCSCI 99 AtfAINST HON 1EK1 I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 11 1 rarTianaa1rje m 1891 17 VOLUME ATTORN A K VS IV NUMBER 1889 39 MIOOKE A COBB YTORXE VSA T LA W J JAMKS B M RIFFE and Gas Fitter McCREAUY eeVEEXMBHT SUBSIDIES MONO Ktsi nflire oil First Street Sanitary Plumber H - i A fllLHMONI iBlcc E T BURNAM TTORXEVS A T LA - KeNTICKY First 8- United Stat4i Treasury Republican utigressmen liaVe granted subsidies to railroad corporations by donating millions of acres of the public WELL lands they have granted sulisidi CHANDELIERS A TTOKXEr A TLA Wt GLOBES manufacturers throughout the country by and comprehensive tariff system Ru hmond Kent they have granted robridiea to banks and tj trust companies ahd they have dinAND ing this Congress granted to the sugar producers of the country millions of dol lars per annum by way of bounty J A SILL1VAN There is pending in the other end of the A TTORNBlM TLA H Capitol ana soon to be brought to this KrNHvKY House a bill which authorises the Gov ernment to indorse the bonds of the Ni 16- caragua Canal Company to the amount Mala Ufa I upalalrs BATH TUBS of 100000000 which means the payment Of that iimount ultimately by the DKNTAL t LrUEKY Government and hist liight near the midnight hour we the considera LN S HYDBAHTS tion of one of the finishediniquitous bills most that has ever been considered in the RICH SIOXD KEX TUCK V Congress of the United States which sought to grant to certain ship owners of office MmIii Street over Madison Nstioiuil this country nearly 1200000000 from the tluk public Treasury I eonirratulate this House and the country that conscientious 1LBV W BURG IN And all kind of Mill Supplies and patriotic members were strong in their antagonism to DE XT ST Plumbing dune in tlie Latest Mod enoughstrike down that colossalthat measure to sulisidv Kfniicky ern Kkiimosd so that instead of 200000000 as the ver W A Powells otlitiii original bill required the amount approcorner Main and Kirst Sireej utile priate in the bill which passed will not exceed 18000r00a We are asked to day by the amend J VOREED D 1 S ment which omies from the Senate and I has KIRKS ILLE KEX TlCKt the diploAll Gas Pipes put in according to which and been fastened uponappropriate matic consular bill to 3000000 for the contraction of a sub t t Klnnell residence Eveiyli Iir the rules of the New Gas Com marine cable line from San Fraaciaco to 17 ruining i 1 icofaisjiaa pany the Hawaiian Islands We IsSU had Mr Speaker in the past subsidies on AWILK KS SMITH J I 3 land and subsidies on the sea and now DEXTAL SURG BOX we are being asked to furnish subsidies Ku IIMOND KtNHCKV under the sea There are to day nine submarine cables Hmlth liuilllm Main Sln et Office connecting the United States with the fns to Jrsfit I M great commercial centers of the world iiiiim u iicni Not a dollar did the Government of the -United States give toward the construcPHYSICIANS PARIS tion of any one of thee cable lines and so far as I know the Government K JOHN M FOSTER never asked to give a dollar Rut now there Is a new departure We are asked RICHMOND KEXTLChT 3000 100 to a private corporation DLAHD lo givestruct a cable line fflc L17 Main Street tietween Second up stair nwlenct al cor am in t in fivor of the iovern Sir a- vilest reek Avenue ment of the United States embarking in the construction of submarine cables but 111 CLARENCE VAUGHT if this Government is to tarnish all the Sll RTKST AM CjUlCKEST BETWEEN v to build submarine cables and if RICHMOND KBNTUCK 1 it le deemed necessary to have them the 8 Hue hs Iir Government should own control and Fosters JIT HUM St operate them and not a private corporaNo li Mr McOroary fviid Mr Speaker The subject which I propose to iliwu is the Senate aineipliiient to the diplomatic ami oouMilar appropriation bill providing for a submarine tele graph line from Sun Francisco Cal to the Hawaiian Islands to be amimi and Operated bj private eorjxiration but to be paid for wth money taken from the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Burnaaaa Balldlnc - DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF Â¬ Â¬ GAS FIXTURES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DD Â¬ S- HOSE Â¬ Â¬ 1 SANITARY STYLE Â¬ -- seems like another jobanother scheme ns like another proposition to enrich the few at the expense of the many Mr Speaker have we any naval stations at the Hawaiian Islands None watever Is there anything there to make it necessary that we shnuTrt send out a cable line to those islands I have searched in vain for a good reason for this subsidy Those who are advocating the sulisidv say it will improve our commerce W e have not much commerce with the Sandwich Islands There are less than a hundred sugar plantations on the Hawaiian Islands We gave the Hawaiian Kingdom under the treaty that we made some years ago a great many privi We allowed the inhabitants to send their Ftiiar to this country free of duty Since that treaty was made they have made millions of dollars on account of the priv- Â¬ ileges we have extended them but our country has been but little benefited It is said by others we need a ship harbor at the Bondwich Islands We have now a ship barbor there called the Pearl Riier I doubt whether an Ameri- Â¬ Harbor and can vessel has lieen in the ship harlsir for months The Sandwich Islands are on the line from San Francisco to Samoa Japan and China and vessels carrying the United States flag are not numerous on this line I Another argument relief on bv the friends of this subsidy is that if we do not speedily build this line Croat Britain will build a line from Canada to the Sandwich Islands under a concession granted by the Hawaiian Kingdom to a man named Albert Hartwell and we will lie shut out forever This is the same old John Bull threat which has become bo common in the American Congress It is untrue and un worthy to be used in this discussion There is nothing in it sad I call the at tention of members of this House to the treaty which now exists between the United States and the Kingdom of I read from the treaty of 18S Hawaii which I think will satisfy any impartial mind that the Government of the United States now has the right conceded by the Kingdom of Hawaii to lay and land a submarine telegraph line to the Hawaiian Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ its unparalleled appropriation of the public inonev Look at tlie appropriation bills that have passed for now all the regular appropriation bills have gone through this House and you will find that at this in of Congress we have appropriated 72O00O0 more than was appropriated at the last session and one hundred and fourteen millions more than Was appro-Â¬ priated in the regular appropriation bills at the last session under the Cleveland Administration The great surplus which two years ago could barely be contained in the vaults of the Treasury has melted away like snow before a summer sun and the best financiers admit there will be a deficit in the Treasury at the end f the present I believe the time has come fiscal year when those who are looting the Treasury should call a halt I believe Congress should return to plain economies patri1 believe otic legislation subsidies and ind improper schemes should be de nounced and driven from the Halls of the American Congress and finally I believe the time has come when we ought to stand for equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none Applause on the Democratic side defeated The proposition wls Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mennVred forever as an eventful Con gress but it will always lie conspicuous in history for its iniquitous measur as and for Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug Rpliy Cg2 TO SUPPRESS BETTINO The French Government Will Ise Troops or the 1urpose Baking Powder PURE gaveond tHCntlOaU Â¬ W HAS C FITZPATRICK IN PRECISELY WHAT YOU WANT KITCHEN WE REFER T YoUU AsOLLrTEL Notwithstanding the recent decision of the chamber of deputies to suppress every kind of betting on horse races the Auteuil races will be held in accord-Â¬ ance with the programme already pre- Â¬ pared At a meeting of the munici Â¬ pal council of Paris Friday Prefect Loze said that the Paris mutuels would be positively suppressed and that the of- Â¬ fices in which the betting was carried on were now in the course of demolition Five brigades of police would attend the races to suppress the work of the book makers and the infantry who are always present at the races would be re inforced In additionto this three squadrons of guards and dra Â¬ goons would be held in readiness in the event of any disorder taking place and one hundred detectives would be placed on special duty THE UNSURPASSED FIFTY FIRST CONGRESa Washington Mann i SSATar The Porter subsidy the post office and iurr cultural ap propriation bills were passed aUo the bills to pay to the widows of Chief Justce Waiteanl justice Miller one years salary The bill to protect the Hawaiian treaty was parsed Sen ator Manderson was chosen president pro tern CANADA Declines to Baooms Annexed to the United States The MaeDonald flovernment is Sustained by a Majority of From 10 to IS Up to midnight Friday returns have been received from 198 constituencies out of 215 in the whole dominion of Canada two of which did not elect Thursday These returns show the fol- Â¬ lowing In Ontario 89 out of 92 constituencies elect 45 liberals and 44 con- Â¬ servatives a net liberal gain of 11 In Quebec sixty one constituencies out of sixty five elect 33 liberals and IT conser vativesa net liberal gain of 6 One labor candidate was elected in Montreal In Nova Scotia seventeen constituencies out of twenty one elect 40 liberals and no gain for either 14 conservatives side In New Brunswick thirteen constituencies out of sixteen elect 2 liberals and 11 conservatives a net conservative gain of 3 In Manitoba four constituencies out of five elect one liberal and three conservatives No gain on either side In Prince Edward Island six constituencies complete elect four liberals and two conservatives No gain on either side British Columbia returns indicate that the conservatives will carry all of the four con Â¬ stituencies No change from the last house Returns from the northwest radicate that the gov- Â¬ territories ernment will carry all of the four constituencies there No change from the last house The conservatives have therefore elected 108 members and the liberals 89 The liberal net gain is 18 and as it was necessary for them to make a clear gain of twenty six seats to defeat the government by a bare majority it is bafe to say that the MaeDonald government is sustained by anywhere from 10 to 15 majority Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BEER IS AN APPETIZER A Islands Article II of the treaty of 1884 is in the following words A l 7 J J Â¬ His Mnjesty the K ing of the Hawaiian Islands grants to the Vnited States the exclusive n enter the harbor of Pearl River in the island of Oahu and to establish and maintain there a coaling and repair station for the use of vessels of the United States and to that end the United States ay improve the entrance to said harbor and do all other things needful to the purposes aforesaid MR 1 Cincinnati and Frankfort Only direct line between Â¬ KKKJliT M lT PHYSICIAN ADSURGEOtft V - - - Kfniicky 3- Frankfort on Main stieef Hi uikI aid IliiiiN - Eiciacaa diplomatic and consular appropriation Ceoreretcnrn Paris and bill added to the House bill in the Senate To enjhlc the President to make enjjaRc No Omnibus Traasfer 15 cstissjac MIDLAM tion I read now the fifteenth clause of the ASK KtU TICKETS VIA KY E AULTZ PHI SICIA X n - M A D - XD S t RfEOX -i- Keniickv cei-llur Trains run by Centra StanJarJ Time Time Table Decern1 cr 15 1S90 a TRAINS EAST No 5 5 iam A ai i r No 3 3 u 3 l 1 M BLACK AXD SURGE ON KY 23- - Pass 45 58 6 07 6 23 6 55 ras 12 No 7 Mixed 12 N 12 25 13 43 1 07 2 05 2 25 2 45 3 5 I v Krankfort g iron rid Georgetown 00 or corporations ihc ments with any such United States a shall appear to possess the means and facilities necrssary to that end for telegraphic communication b rtween the lTnued Sttes ana the Kingdom of Hawaii whiLh cngaGements shall con in the judgment of the tain provisions sufficient President lo secure to the Government and citizens of the tnited States early anl adequate communirn upon rea cation by telegraph with sonable terms fur a jirnotl of ess Uss than f mrtccn oofor each year in and during which such communication shall be so in operation and during which such engagements shall be so in course of execution not exceeding twenty years and the total sum paid under this authority hH not exceed 3ooooco This Is a sugar coated and carefully IIVSCAX rmsiciAX pa Switcc N W ILL JENNINGS - I AXD SURG ROUT M - iHrcville 711 C Ktsniiiv Nitional 27- Ar K Lv Pans via K Winchester A 7 22 7 4 11 27 13 10 3 ao 3 34 4 05 4 30 4 31 4 50 5 37 p m 6 15 7 P M Richmond A 1 M 35 20 A M xi to Second P M 11 K GIBSON I TRAINS nd via K C No 3 rttrsn X AXD SURGBON KUTCCII up stairs 112 30 ester 8 30 lit 8 50 3 4 5o 5 -- o 9 02 9 54 7 7 5 35 rz Pi 9 47 SD SURGBON KaWTVCKT 7 55 15 8 45 Street next tV 10 Wliitels Drug Trains dailv except Sundav GEO 15 HARPER Gen Supt Vickvon Clark Gen Pans Agt EVANS - M li KFNUtKY General Offic Frankfort Ky PiirSiClAX AND StHGEOX I MONO HUMPHREYS yKTERINARl SPECIFICS Fcr Horses Cattle Shep Dogs Hogs Kirectu OIL T Kit II AKIN J I TAYLOR in Medit ine and - Practitioner tti Sunicry Urooery craCKi Treatment ef Animal S00 Page Baok and Chart Mm Free AA viiiuiil I AMD POULTRY - KlMUKY lyke I ovei RS mTeicuer Ku BB Strninn lamcuew ItbeamatUm lltHicinprr Naaal Diachareea rub 11I iRota or llehven Warms Pueatuonla KK uauh i Bellyache VF Colic or Grip Ilcmorrhaeea Miwarriaiir lllll rinary andllluestlon JK Disease of IIXHeRtea Mauge FrTcrstonarfiioDInfinmmailoa i Spinal M ilk Fever Kidney Diaeaaee VSICA N A ND S URGE ON Kentucky hmonii Sniitli Ituilding Main Street 28- - Slack Bottle over dosta with Speclflca Manual tabic Case Cure Oil and dedicator S7AO Veterlnao Paralysis Oil Jar Veterinary CareSent Prepaid by or DRC RiCHMOKB HOLT - enrwbere Sold DrncKists and in aay quantity on Beceipt of Price HUMPHREYS MEDICINE 00 New York Corner William and John Sts 100 Homeopithic Physician and Surg sob - KlMlCKr Iiours--S3- over II M ItriahtV to eni t m Id use 30 HUHFHEYS H0KE0PATHIC flA any ndrtreMi Liot Nervous Debility jn SPECIFIC No The only ttcuuwfnl remedy or uii Vital Weakness 48 HAS HOOKER B TEltlXA It V Si RGBO X I and Prostiatioa from ovsr work or othsr eausm 1 par vial or S rials and turns vis powder for at Sold bt PnrnoisTs or sent postpaid on receipt prlce HUMPHRlYS MEDICINE CO of Oo William and John Sts If Y GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Veterinary j i iTnpn i Deitutrv and Slerilily a Specialty 10 tMM AX office Kicliraoud Ky L IKF1CE Next linuii ni iuiIImih ilr Dil- 46- - Seventh and Market Streets disguise proposition but when properly scrutinized it means a subsidy of 3000 000 to the private citizens who csjnstruct the submarine telegraph Under the reciprocity of the McKinlcy tarili bill the President of the United States is authorized under certain circum stances to impose a tax of i cents a upon c lee which is now free of duty and he was also authorized under certain circumstances to impose a tax tea of lo cents a pound which and tijxjn hides of 1J and to r er iiund cents That is callthe tax Upon sugar ed reciprocity for the lK netit of nations but under this bill which seeks to give 000 to a private corporation it will be reciprocity for the benefit of individuals to enable them to still further pil lage anl plunder the public Treasury 1 want to call the attention of this louse to the fact that the Senate amendment contains no provisions limiting the power of the corporation which takes charge ol the money s night to U appropriated It does not require the allairs ot the com pany to lie nunaged by a board of directors a majority of whom are to be citizens and residents of the United States It dons not require the principal office of the company lo be in the United States It does not require that the company shall annual make a report to tin rotary of the Treasury giving such detailed statements of its affairs assets and liabilities as he may require and as ought to be done considering the fact that the Government is to pay millions of dollars out of the Treasury toward it It does not provide that tiie eompanv shall effectively operate such lines with a suiheient start ot projier ana etticient ollt icing citizens of the United States It does not name the capital that is to used for the construction of the work It does not sav in what time it shall be leted and it does not show the ne- It does not tv for the work company shall provide that the assign lease deed or not mortgagi in any manner transfer the cable line without the consent of the United states It does not provide that in case of war or other emergency the Government may f and operate the line take making compensation therefor and it not provide that in case of extension of the line cyond the Hawaiian Islands the Government shall without further payment have the same rights and privi legis with reference to the transmission ages over such extension that it has over the line between San Francis co and the Hawaiian IsUti Mr Kllis What amount is to be paid by our Government each year to the ration and how long will the subsiÂ¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There can lie nothing clearer than the authority granted us under this treaty between the United States and the Hawaiian Kingdom to construct the submarine cable to Pearl River Harlxir and tliis harbor is only 12 miles from Honolulu the capital and principal citv of the Hawaiian Islands and an overland line can be built to that city if desired It has only been s few days since we were called upon to appropriate 25000 in the naval appropriation bill to enable the President of the United States to cause careful soundings to be made between San Francisco Cal and Honolulu in the Kingdom of Hawaii to ascertain the practicability of laying a cable line be tween those two points and the lTesi- dent was also authorized to direct the use of any vessel or vessels belonging to the United States in making such soundings Mr Speaker when 25000 was asked to be placed in the naval appropriation bill for the palpate of making this exam ination it was then stated that we desired rtain if a cable line eonjd be laid but now in less than two weeks from that time we are asked to appropriate 0000 to authorize the construction of the cable line Another singular and unusual fact con nected with tht Senate amendment de serves to lie stated and it is this When the proposition for Government aid first came before the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House the majority of the committee agreed that 150000 annually ilieient for the United States Gov Â¬ ernment to pay the Submarine Cable Company When Mr Hartwell the man who claimed to have the concession from the before the Hawaiian Kingdom can committee he asked for 200000 per annum but the Senate when considering the dmlomatic and consular appropria- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ urderer Who Proposes to Starve Him self Unable to Resist Its Power At Bridgeport Ct Jacob Scheale the condemned murderer of Constable Drucker who had announced his deter- Â¬ mination never to eat again and had already fasted twelve days ended his long abstinence Thurday morning tne moving power having been a bottle of lager beer which was left in his cell Seme of the beer had previously been placed on the abstainers lips and when the attend- Â¬ ants retired he could not resist the temptation to drink the contents of the bottle After draining it a marked change came over the faster and he an- Â¬ nounced his readiness to partake o food which was then furnished STILL HUNGRY Tha Rcseood Miners Can Not Oat fcnoorh To Eat THEIR NETHER LIMBS Females on tho Stage Who Expose Them to be Judged QsjOxjr of Lewdness and Iasctvluusnesa At Jeanesville Pa the coroners jury met Friday morning at 9 oclock to com- Â¬ plete the testimony in the mine disaster inquiry Nothing new was disclosed The stenofrraphers report was heard but the jury adjourned at five oclock without rendering to a verdict meet at ten oclock Saturday Great interest is manifested in the pro- Â¬ ceedings The men who were impris- Â¬ oned in the mine are now out of danger and are growing stronger daily It is only a question of a week or two until they are able to walk around They are served with fresh meat regularly each day but complain because they can not have all they want KnclishPresa Comment In committee of the whole Thursday the Minnesota senate recommended that the following remarkable bill introduc Â¬ ed by Senator Hale be passed Be it enacted by the legislature of the state of Minnesota that any female person who shall upon the stage or platform in any theater opera house concert hall or any public place whatever where other persons are present expose her nether limb or limbs dressed in tights so called or any manner whatever so that the shape and form of her nether limb or limbs are plainly visible to such other persons shall be guilty of open and gross lewdness and tion hill followed its usual go lascivious behavior and guilty of a misand appropriated 250000 i demeanor and upon conviction thereof I by the shall be punished by a fine of not less mini or more than gentleman who had the concession and than So nor more than f 100 or imprison- Â¬ Foreign more than the Committee on ment in the county jail not less than Affairs of the House believed was five days nor more than thirty days sary Â¬ The Locdon Post Friday morning says Sir John MacDonaMs majority is reduced but his victory is unequiv- ocal and that is the only vital point to be considered As her age increases England must either fiad her strength In the empire general or retire from her position as a world power The strengthening of the Canadians loyalty is a sign of vast welcome and import- ance Funny Dolng3 In a Savage Land Lieut Livraghi chief of police of Massowahwho is accused of murdering rich natives for purposes of plunder in a communication to the Seeolo of Roaae asserts that exalted personages instruct- Â¬ ed Massowah police to assassinate 800 natives The public are much excited over the affair and demand that a stringent inquiry be made Tne British Census to succeed Mr Ingnlla Hocsb The b lis for the new mint In Phila delphia and the new custom house In New York were passed also the bill granting the widow of Admiral Porter 12 SO pension pcran num The conference report oo the copyright The conferees of both bill was agreed to houses on the diplooiAtio and consular the leg islative executive and Judicial and the sundry ctni bills have agreed In the Utter bill the appropriation of 15 00 for repairs of the Cin cinnati custom house was stricken out Washington March 3 Pe nate The sen Â¬ ate amended the general deficiency appropria tion bill and returned it V the bou e The con ference reports on the diplomatic and consular appropriation and sundry evil bills were agreed to The senate refused to concur In the confer Â¬ ence reports on the pension appropriation and copyright billa and new conferences were or dered The bill for a National conservatory of The flnanco committee muaie was passed was Instructed to examine and report the eflVot of the tariff on imports and exports trade and wages The senate toek up the bill for the transfer of the revenue cutter service from the treasury to the navy department The confer ence report on the Indian pension agricultural and post office appropriation bills and the copy right bill were agreed to Hoube The House agreed to the confer Â¬ ence report on Increasing the number of mem bers of tbf ioard of managers of the national home of disabled veterans James Harnett was agreed upon for Ohio Tne senate amendments to the agricultural appropriation bill were non concurred In The oonTerence reports on the post office and pension appropriation bills were agreed to The bill for a commission of flv to Investigate the alcoholic liquor traffic was taken up and defeated Washington March 4 RaNATat After the passage of the house bill to supply artificial limbs to pensioners every three years Instead of five years the conference report on the bill for the reorganization of the artillery and infantry forces of the crmy was reported and agreed to The house urrendment to the bill for a public banding at Ciitrksvllle Tenn re- Â¬ ducing the amount from 10000 to 135 000 was concurred in The ool Terence report on the general deficiency bill was agreed to House bill for the protection or tne lives of miners in territories was taken from tho calendar and passed A resolution was offered by Mr Mitch ell instructing the judiciary committee to in quire and report as to the date when the laws relating to Chinese icstriction expire whether in 1899 or 1804 also when the Chinese exclusion act of 18 A shall expire Agreed to Vice Pres ident Morton after a brief address declared the senate adjourned without day Housb The house agreed to the conference reports on the copyright legislative appropria tion army reorganization and deficiency bills A resolution of thanks to Speaker Retd was passed after which he briefly applauded the work of congress and declared the house ad journed sine me AU the appropriation bills were passed and received the presidents signa ture The sub committee of the immgratlon committees of the senate and house re port e J recommending the vigorous execution of the laws against tbe Chinese bM LEXINGTON BELLE RANGE AND COOK STOVE PLOWS I AM AGENT FOR-- The Vulcan 2 and 3 Horse Chilled flows ILov THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT KVatR MADE IN ALSO THE FAMOUS Big Injun Sulky BACKHANDS AND T FORKS SHOVE Plc I I IIAMKS COLLARS HOES RAKES Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES THE ZUNGARIAN DESERT Its Queer Formations and Interesting Pro Â¬ ductions The desert region called Zungaria which lies on the western borders of Mongolia rises to a height of about twenty five hundred feet but descends from it at many points The soil is chiefly composed at the clay called loess a mixture of very line sand and a gray or yellowish calcarous earth This argillaceous mass is pierced like a sponge by numerous tubes or pores which are often lined with incrustations formed by herbaceous plants The winds and the rain shape these de- Â¬ posits into abrupt elevated square cut masses This property of forming a kind of vertical cliffs with the porous texture and the absence of stratification are characteristic of the loess as is also the presence of terrestial or lacustrine remains instead of Being exceedingly fine in constitution and well charged with certain salts the loess is generally when well irrigated exceedingly fertile In all the tillable regions of Central Asia including China it plays the same part as the black earth of Russia The mountains which form on the south the western border of Zungaria are rich in old is an important pro- Â¬ minerals duct of the region of Khotan where there are twenty two mines some of them employing three or four thousand workmen This region has long en joyed the honor of being the known place where nephrite or jade was found The beds of that rare substance was in the district of Karakach but the quarrying for it has greatly fallen off since the disturbances that occurred during the brief reign of ac mb Beg in Kash gar Interior Â¬ Â¬ sea-fossiÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TOTIS 0 A SPECIALTY fcr CASH W C FITZPATRICK PALACE H0TS L KLEIN Proprietor Liatestoae Street New Building Cpp C 8c Louisville 0 3epot LEXINGTON KY CSeatrally RATES S2 Well Lkiited axd Ventilajd GOOD BAR ATTACHED and Furniture Ijeated I wifil250 per Day j ment provides that we shul pay out of the Treasury 1880000 per annum towards the maintenance of this cable line for the Will Opfn Monday March 2nd ut not exceed perio In order to show how ex ing Having sold not our entire interest in orbitant this amount is I have only to the United States paid last the hotel on Jefferson slieet we have re- moved to our old stand that we occupied year for cablegrams All the cableg eminent to every part of for ears so successfully at Seventh and Market streets are now fiitting it up in the world over any cable line cost last 000 and yet we elegant shape new throughout an1 the vear to the line from outfit in every wav will be elegant incud aiian Islan ing one of Hales Safety Passenger and siry fr age Elevators with all the late im the it ts We want ell of our old iruntH to come and see us in our old home hat our Rooms Table I shall be second to none in the and wants Mv wHe Mrs Jo H Alexander her lady friends to be and she will be glad to sec them and give then a hearty rectption V I - Kentucky dy last Mr McCreary Tiie Senate amend- Â¬ Speaker this whole scheme de It deserves to serves to le tnted down It deserves to be de be condi uined feated as we defeated that colossal scheme last night the ship subsidy bil If our Government now embarks in the construction of submarine cables when If will it end and where will it lead to 3000000 are donated to a private corporation to construct a cable line from San Francisco to the Sandwich Islands how long will it be before millions are asked to construct oilier cable lines If the Government is going into the business of constructing cable lines undir the water why not ttntwrif also in the business of constructing telegraph lines on land Why should it not construct railroads in evsri part of the United States and extend lines to Central ant That is where the pro South America policy will lead In ISTii the CanÂ¬ al the United States iuoorpofsted a company and named Iceland Stanford now a Senator from tJanforna as me of the incorjtorators and Captain Mareno another That company was authorized to construct a submarine telegraph line from San Francisco to the Hawaiian Mands This line w ill lie constructed by private enterprise if we let it alone Whenever ii is necessary to have a sub- Â¬ marine cable line from San Francisco to the Hawaiian Islands we wiil have it Senator Leland Stanford was elected president of the company authorized under the act of 1876 but now it is sought to set that company aside and the Gov ernment is asked to pay three millions of dollars towards the construction of this line although it is to have no ownership or control over it and no management oi it and the cost of the construction entire line was placed as low as 2700000 by careful estimates made in 1889 not in favor of Government sulisidie- and I am opposed to this scheme and a others like it If the object of the pending proposition is to benefit us by giving us connecÂ¬ ts i w it li a great harlxir where our ships r then we certainly ought to the cable line that is to connect us with our ships in that harbor To day there is probably not a ship in aid there that harbor we liavi there is no talk about ship yard there and ther essrty for a shipyard there This amendment has no proper place 011 the diplomatic and con ill and it ought to be Mr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TH03IASB AYIIE8 itids Thev are M toe ii WING M The work of taking a census of tho British empire was begun on Thursday High School at Monroe N C Iiurned in India It is expected to show MS Two Youths Meet Their Death Fire was discovered in the Monroe 000000 inhabitants in India against N C high school early Thursday 254000000 in KML The British Isles An alarm was at once sent will be taken a month hence and it is morning in and the students of the school estimated that the population wiU show aroused as soon as possible but it was an increase of 15 per cent Two too late to save the building Hill tne Grady Monument Orator young men Thomas E Pemberton of Tbe Iradv monument mmmitlw fVi- Little Rock Ark and Albert Bost of i Is Bosts Mill NC perished in the flames nm nanimnlv ruclvoit t At the first alarm the young ladies who David B Hill of New York to make roomed on the ground floor of the the address on the occasion of the un- Â¬ school building made their escape The veiling of the monument of Henry W young men roomed on the third floor Grady in Atlanta during the summer and when the alarm reached them the It is understood that he will accept means of escape were partially cut off Murdered 17 a Jealous Husband and the building was filled with flames At Parkersburg W Va A E Parker and smoke Pemberton was not seen at all and his remains were found on killed his wife in a fit of jealousy The the wire springs of his lied which leads couple were but recently married Ho to the belief that he did not wake at was in a jealous mood when he reached all The school building and furniture home and seizing a hatchet cleaved were entirely burned up her skull in two places He claims his wife attacked him first A Million Acres Thrown Op n The ratification of the Sisseton and Bank Cashier Convicted Wahpeton treaty at Washington throws The trial of Leonard Kuhn the open to settlement 1000 000 acres of land bank comprising a large part of Sissetoo reser- Â¬ cashier of the late First National Thurs- Â¬ Dakota immediately of Danville N Y was finished vation in South west of Traverse and Big Stone coun- day evening and the jury returned a Kuhn was indicted ties Minn The opening of the reser- Â¬ verdict of guilty deposit knowing the vation was celebrated Friday with fire- Â¬ for receiving a works speeches and a procession parti- Â¬ bank to be insolvent cipated in by 1000 Sisseton and Wahpe- Â¬ Alexander la Kins ton Indians The most brilliant ceremonies marked A Small Surplus In the Treasury the official proclamation Friday of The net surplus in the treasury at the the accession of King Alexander I to close of business Wednesday was lets the throne of Servia nis father ex than 89000000 It has been reduced King Milan was present within the past week by heavy pension requisitions for the next quarter more Equal to the Oklahoma Crass than 30 000000 having been paid out The passage of the bill opening the on this account The drain on the Cceur dAline reservation to settlement treasury from this source will cease has created a stampede almost equal to three months and the surplus is esti- Â¬ the Oklahoma craze up considerably mated to again crawl Kedsklns for the Army The Emperors Good Manners Secretary Proctor issued a general It was remarked at the court concert in Berlin that the emperor was mark- Â¬ order Friday afternoon authorizing the edly cordial to Madame Henrietta the enlistment in tlie army of not more than wife of the French ambassador The 2000 Indians general anger over the recent outburst North Carolina Not in It oLirench Chauvinism is subsiding The North Carolina legislature reÂ¬ b bill fused to pass a bill appropriating 25000 Hew York City Sued for Damages Mr Hoi there in violation of The United States and IJrush Electric for North Carolinas exhibit at the the rules of the light companies of New York have worlds fair Mr dr Saeaki sned the city for 55575000 damages for Californias Appropriation injuries sustnined by Mayor Grants raid cd tha Gov the bill in violation f the rules on overhead wires and poles last De- Â¬ oo0oo worlds i of the Senate This is anothi cember for Calif STUDENTS PERISH TAR- - 01 D PILES THR-OID-rSOFOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR III SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS PILES BURNS c ltL1 lj Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book KP price 50 cents ABSOLUTELY PURE CHICAGO BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES TAR OID CO Â¬ That Boston girl who is stopping at the Chestnut Hill forgot her glasses this morning and skated into an air hole The water came up to her eyes but she kept perfectly cool wasnt that wonI think it would have been derful far more wonderful is she had not kept cool The Jester In the Blood me Mr Gazeem FREEMAN more than hall a century the name of Freeman has FOR before the public Dont you recollect that your used to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to lit his Now Freeman continues pocketbotk and his ideas of value to make boots and shoes He also has a first class line ot CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES in stock and can fit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where IS- MSF Call at No 2 First Street Â¬ Mrs Oazeem Dear how dreadfully sol- Â¬ emn Mr Bonton looks Do you sup- Â¬ pose he has the dyspepsia or what is it so melancholy that makes him Mr Gazeem Dont know Im sure Sairy Perhaps Its his blue blood lk fr In the Restaurant Is this roast Yea pervenison perfectly fresh fectly freah Hut is it always ao No the first five days we cheap charge fifty cents a portion mora Fliegende Blatter Hard on the Nerves ne discuss- Â¬ ing electrocution I think de apitation is the worst death I don t believe I could meet it calmly She No you would probably lose your head Yale Record His rune Extended The governor of Missouri has respited Louis Bulling who was sentenced to be hanged at Savannah Mo on the tsth YOUR STOREKEEPER is behind the age No city store is if he doesnt keep SAPOUO in stock without it The grert grocers of the country handle no other scouring soap because the best housekeepers will not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damage far greater than the little saving in cost If your store- Â¬ keeper does not keep SAPOUO tell him to wake up If he offers you something else when you ask for SAPOUO tell him to be wise and deal in genuine goods fntil Ara il 17 The elections in Canada resulted in a conservative majority of 24 SPA The Eeanlt in Canada is skin if essy Fart SJi Per Day 1 Millions Appropriated RE I TO RICH in 3 JO B ALEXANDER M - their 3f2 he fifty- The total appro by the first congress are at 989- clerk of the senate come 700000 and by the democratic the house committee at saaaaaasaaasasawjisataBasaafssaaaEi I I jmS Pj WF sad all aulartemeDts abaalately remove CURBS SPUMTS fIUS WIMDPVFFS by Ac- - 22 s READ -- THIS rk of Dry - party it is ns o Work on Fanarna Canal nnftr CROOLE BENNETT Th which arrived in New York from Colon brings inf Panama canal lias b Ant Ftuned QINTMENT m QUINNS K DurxHAaT OuAks Ssajrton Mian It pays to have the best mSTRaCTIM II UOCX XUPKG TiUSRAPHT nS CTC AT l iifirsHT tatttR TMIM AID Jfmtftatt SI 8 TM3R0CSH rtX kv I VSF nuLtJ m SBaff kW Ufr lle us The URMSTON ing AorsrmcA ami peterinarian matt Bam says One battle curat a verr had casa of blood spavin on a mar for which I Uavu since been offered aos I would aot be wttbout ft If It soat SSUD a bottle We have hundred of tuck tetttmoniaU Price 1 54 per battle Aat your druerts for It If be doss not keep tt sand as 11 lc stamps for trial Sox W B EDDY it CO WrUtenall N Y C uedmMlusu tmtfn SHO rm STI MISS CSUBt SMTXHIaat AIAlOftU HfL Wtaaaaai W-- -- - foiitaafe i TC ii r i - ii n to me tipiomat tion b VOLUME ATTORN afJKOOKE y A IV RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH I B i 11 I i Sterne like another jobanother acht ke another proposition to en- at the expense of the many Mr Speaker have we any naval stations at the Hawaiian Islands None watever Is there anything there to make it necessary that we shouW send I have out a cable line to those Islands searched in vain for a good reason for this Â¬ 1I iHfr Si wc Pyy hdt af - 71 11 1891 17 18849 NUMBER 39 K Yt iOIO ilBce on ttoexetsa t la Kfntvoiy - COBB JJRIFFE Sanitary Plumber SPEECH OF HON JAMES AtiAINST titlVERNMEXT MeCRRAKY SUBSUMES Mr Mi Crearv aaid Mr Fimt Sire T- - jr f ir a submarine tele graph liii Francisco tal to the Hawmian Islanis to owneil anl and Qas X TTORXE IS- - A TLA W opeiatod by a private corporation but bo - paid for MOVD KlNTlCIY with Money taken from the United Stat Treury DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF nams Building First ofi Kepulilican m rresmen hae granteil haidfcl to raily natlng milliiins of acres of the pobiic S POWELL tfaey have irrmte1 sulisiiii CHANDELIERS hout the country by A TTORXE V AT LA W GLOBES inanufactr e tariff system avast and KtNTLCKV they have Uinkw ami to trust companies and they have dar AND ing this t granted to the producers of the country millions of dol lars kt annum b way of bounty J A SULLIVAN Tin re is jKntinjr in the othereml of the A 17 ORXEVLT LA W Capitol and soon to be brought to this KlNTl IKV House a Kill which authorizes the Government to indorse the bonds of the Ni It- caragua Canal Company lo the amount Miiiu Stieei upstairs BATH nOOOfiOO which means the payment of that amount ultimately by the DKNTAL r LKtJKKV Government and last tiight near the midnight hour we IAN s HYDRANTS tion of one of the finished the consideraBoat iniquitous hills that lias ever lieen considered in the RICHMOND KENTUChT QnSfMSS of the United States which ought to grant to certain ship owners 01 t t over Madison NhIiii i this country nearly 200000000 from the public Treasury I congratulate this House and the country that conscientious jy klbv w Bum J IN And all kinds of Mill Supplies and patriotic mcmliers were stroni in their atrtagosrhan to that DEXTIST Plumbing done in the Latest Mod enoughstrike down t Bubmdr tire to MOND Kentickv ern so that instead of 200000000 as the W loililim original bill required the amount approOrnca over Main A Powell Hiid Klrst Streetcorner slue priate in the bill which panned will not aV exceed 18000000 We are asked to day by the amendV CREED J ment which comes from the Senate and lias fastened upon the diplo- Â¬ Kilt KS I 1ILE KEX 77 CAT All Gas Pipes put in according to which and been matic consular hill to appropriate the rules of the New Gas Com 3000000 for the lllMd I m I imi il a sub e mi Ktnnell residence Everything 17- marine cable line from San Francisco to rtsliiliig l tt- aasafassaaSSs pany the Hawaiian Islands We have had A N ILKISNMITH Mr Sjieaker in the past sulisidi land and subsidies on the sea and now DENTAL SURGEON we are being asked to furnish subsidies MONO KknTICKY under the w a There are to da nine submarine cables Kinltli Buihlliic MainSIiwL Ofl c connecting the United States with the M inly to MM I U great commercial centers of the world iiiiiliu Ui ilsaifialj Not a dollar did the Government of the United States ghre toward the construcPHYSK IANS V HW5 tion of any one of these cable lines an so far as I know the Government was l JOHN It FOSTER never asked to gie a dollar Ilut now aakittur there Is a new departure We are asked RICHMOND KENTUCKY a private corporation HIDLAND to give 1000000 to line lietwOIch 217 Main Str ct to construct a cable hases hi r r sV- Sir I asa not in favor of the Governrates reek Aenue ment of the United States embarking in RAlEVVWr the construction of submarine cables but LARENCE V AUGHT if this Government is to furnish all the Ml RTKST AND QjHCKZST BETWEEN money to build sub marine cables and if RICHMOND KEXTUlh 1 it be deemed neceswary to nave thein the Government should own control and s Ir iiuft ocrate them and not a private corporation W BRIGHT M D Only direct line between I real now the fifteenth clause of the consular appropriation PHYSICIAN AND SURGE OX Gccrgretoun Paris aai diplomaticto ird House biil in the Senate Frasfcrt bill added the n Kfxi To enhle the Pre idem to make engage Hiduncnil No Omnibus Transfer in nltraproiina which I pn ainenilment E T BURN AM Fitter subsidy 1- Â¬ GAS FIXTURES TU3S Â¬ Â¬ DD S- HOSE Â¬ - DI SANITARY STYLE Â¬ Those who are advocating the sulwidv say it will improve our commerce1 We have not much commerce with the Sandw ich Islands There are less than a hundred sugar plantations on the HawaiiWe gave the Hawaiian an Islands Kingdom under the treaty that we made some years ago a great many privileges We allowed the inhabitants to send their surar to this country free of duty Since that treaty was made they have made millions of dollars on account of the priv- - we have extended them but our It country has been but little benefited by others we need a ship harbor at the Sandwich Islands Wehavenow a ship harbor there called the Pearl River Harbor and I doubt whether an American vessel has been in the ship harbor for months The Sandwich Islands ate on the line from San Francisco to Samoa Japan and China and vessels carrying the United States flag are not numerous on this line I Another argument relied on hv the friends of this sunsidy is that if we do not siiti dMy build this line Great Britain will build a line from Canada to the Sandw ich Islands under a cone granted by the Hawaiian Kingdom to s man named Alliert Hartwell and we will shut out forever This is the same old John Bull threat which has become too common fan the American Congress It is untrue and un worthy to be used in this discussion There is nothing in it and I call the of mcmliers of this House to the treaty which now exists between the United States and the Kingdom of I read from the treaty of 188 Hawaii which I think will satisfy any impartial Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ memliered forever as an eventful Con but it will always be conspicuous in ry for its iniquitous measures a ml for its unparalleled appropriation of the public money Look at the appropriation bills that have passed for now all the regular ap- Â¬ propriation bills have gone through this House and you will find that at this neesion of Congress we have appropriated 72XJO0X more than was appropriated at the last session and one hundred and fourteen millions more than was appro-Â¬ priated in the regular appropriation bills at the last session under the Cleveland Administration The great surplus which two years ago could barely be contained in the vaults of the Treasury has melted away like snow before a summer sun and tin financiers admit there will be a deficit in the Treasury at the end if the pn I believe the tim year when those who are looting the Treasury should call a halt I believe digress should return to plain economical patriI believe subsidies and otic legislation ind improper schemes should be de nounced and driven from the Halls of the American Congress and finally I believe the time hits come when we ought to stand lor equal rights to allandexcln Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug Baking Rcdfed ms TO SUPPRESS BETTING The French Government Will or the Purpose I W G FITZPATRICK IN TOl Powder HAS PRECISELY WHAT YOU WANT WE REFER T KITCIIEN ABSOLUTELY PURE FIFTY FIRST CONGRESa Sasroad Sessloa Washisgtom Jij th i SC5STB Tho Porter subsidy the post office and hkt cultural ap propriation bills were passed aUo the bills to pay to the widows of Cblef Justce W site and Justice Miller one years salary The bill to protect the Hawaiian treaty was passed Sen ator Manderson was chosen presldeat pro tern Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE UNSURPASSED se Troops Â¬ - following words mind that the Government of the United - now has the right conceded by the Kingdom of Hawaii to lay and land a submarine telegraph line to the Hawaiian Islands Article II of the treaty of 1884 is in the Â¬ m - His Msjestv the King of the Hawaiian I grants to the United Stites the exclusive n enter the harbor of Pcirl River in the r 0ihu and to establish and maintain there a conling and repair station for the use of vessels of the United States and to that end the United States ay improve the entrance to said harbor and do all other things needful to the purposes aforesaid Â¬ M Cincinnati and Frankfort Â¬ iesal f nit- id fluids 3- a id - ASK FUU TICKETS VIA KV MIULAM i ADLTZ V M D 4XI SI ROE OX Kent W t Trains run bv Central StanJarJ Time Time Table Decem er 15 1S90 A Burnam 18- - TR 1 U BLACK Mixed Lv Frankfort PHTSICIAN AXD SURGE OX kv 25- 5 45 5 58 3 00 20 34 5 12 12 N the ments with any such citizens or corporations United States as shall appear to possess the means and facilities neccssan to t hit end lor telegraphic communication between the United St tes and the Kingdom of Hawaii which engagements shall contain provisions sufficient in the judgment of the to the Government and citizens of the I i ouatc rommuni- n upon rea rteen i r each year in n shall be so and du soch engagements in ope shall be so in course of execution not exceeding sum paid under this twenty veers aad the total authority shall not exceed 300000 This is ii sugar coated and carefully New 6 55 7 7 iM PHTSICIAN AX I SURGEON iU i Ccmrevillc Ar Par 1 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 2 1 KHSTl - LPinsvii K Winchcslcr A 7 4 SO 2 2 2 3 25 43 07 05 25 45 5 disguised proposition but when properly scrutinized it means subsidy of 3000 000 to the private citizens who cutDstruct p m M 11 27 12 10 6 37 5 At Richmond 35 P U A M next to Second Kntioi r i P M the submarine telegraph Under tl iivofthe McKinlev tariff bill the President of the United States b authorised under certain circum stances to impose a tax of 3 cents a pound upon conee which is now free of duty and he was also authorized under 11 Â¬ OIDSOX PHTSCIA X l ND S URG u i UK TRAINS I v V No j C- E OX v Kbjttvci sluirs Ar Winchester - Ri hniind via K 8 30 8 50 Ccnlrcville Newtown 002 9 54 4 50 5 20 5 35 6 50 7 7 55 8 15 8 45 I I 1 XI SURGEON Kekti i l iexl li Whites Oiug iv Ar Frankf 10 00 8 10 - jyansm - i Trains dail except Sundav HARPER Gen Supt GEO Vekxox Clark Gen Pan Agt General Oprtcn Frankfort Kv PHTSICIAN AXD SIROEOX Kk iimiimi K HUMPHREYS VETERINARY SPECIFICS For Horses Cattle Sheen Bogs Hsgs S00 Page Bank an Treatment of Animal nil Ckarl Sent Free AND POULTRY JKT I TAYLOR in Medi - Practitioner Kk hmoni ie and Surgery - rrRJw Kkx ri i I v AA uer Uykeu Uroonry It IRS LETCHER PHTSICIAN AND SURGEON M - RuiiMoxD - Ktnrrocmr Main Street 2- Slnaie Bottle over 50 doaesX wtth BpeviBca Manual Stable Caae Core Oil and dedicator Veterinary Oil Jar Veterinary CoreSent Prepaid Dmcgita or Sold B7 Mminii I anru KbriaalUm IMMeiaper Nrm1 BtMrkargea ltIf Boia nr trabit Wurns l iiiiibs lleavea Iuiaiuonla I V folic or rirn Bellyache israrrlair llrBwrrkafri I rinarj and Kidcev Ulaeanea 1111 Be lliuir II Ei aptiviJK Dkaeaaeaof lliirilltn Paraljala BI FPTtrnCaDiriiilBu Inflnmaiatloa fplnul nruiuciti 31ilk Fever h- - - Iii initli liiilldiiiR - R s BOLTON over Ii M and in any quantity on Receipt of Price HUMPHREYS MEDICINE CO New York Corner William and John gta I anywhere - S700 100 i ill llllislaihfia to impose a ti und which tea of 10 cents a mil upon hides of lj cents kt pound and to r That is call the tax Usiit sugar ed reciprocity fur the lienetit of nations bat under this bill which seeks to give i0XJ0 to a private corporation it will be reciprocity tor the lienetit of individuals to enable them to still further pillage and plunder the public Treasury 1 want to call the attention of tliisl to the fact that the Senate amendment contains no provisions limiting the power of the corporation which taies chai the money sought to lie appropriated It does not require the affairs of the com- Â¬ pany to lie managed by a lioard of directors a majority of whom are to be citizens and residents of the United St It does not require the principal office of in the United States the company to It dies not require that the company shall annually make a report to the Sec Â¬ retary of the Treasury giving such de statements if its affairs assets and liabilities as he may require and as ought to Is done considering the fact that the Government is to pay millions of dollars out of the Tretsury toward it It d ses not provide that the company iK rate such lint with a proper and efficient olli- icing citizens of the United It does not name the capital that is to used for the construction of the work It does not say in w bat time it shall be let ed and it does not show the ne- y for the work It does not upon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There can lie nothing clearer than the authority grantc d us under this treaty the United State and the Hawaiian Kingdom to construct the marine cable to Pearl River Harlxir and mi- - harbor is only 12 miles from Honolulu the capital and principal city of the Hawaiian Islands and an overland line can be built to that city if desired It has only been a few days sin uim to appropriate JiftOOO in the naval appropriation bill to enable the President of the United States tocarse careful soundings to be made lietween San Francisco Cal and Honolulu in the Kingdom of Hawaii to ascertain the practicability of laying a cable line be tween those two points and the lresi dent wi- - also authorized to direct the use belonging to the of any vessel or United States in making such Bound Mr Speaker when flHUMO was asked to be ptoeed in the naval appropriation bill for the purpose of making this exam ination it was then stated that we desired rtain if a cable line could be laid but now in less than two weeks from that time we re Baked to appropriate 3000000 to authorize the construction of the cable line Another singular and unusual fact con nected w ith the Senate amendment de When serves to lie stated and it is this the proposition for G Vernment aid first came before the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House the majority of the committee agreed that jdoOtHK annually itlicient for the United rotates GovÂ¬ ernment to pay the Submarine Cable Company When Mr Hartwell the man who claimed to have the concession from the re the Hawaiian Kingdom cai 1300000 pes an committee he ae num but the tSenate when considering the diplomatic and consular appropria- Â¬ tion lull followed its usual generous and appropriated 230000 num or more than was asked by the gentleman who had the concession and more than the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House believed was Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sary Mr Notwithstanding the recent decision of the chamber of deputies to suppress every kind of betting on horse races the Auteuil races will be held in accord-Â¬ ance with the programme already pre- Â¬ pared At a meeting of the munici Â¬ pal council of Paris Friday Prefect Loze said that the Paris mutuels would of- Â¬ sive privil Applause on be positively suppressed and that the bmv fices in which the betting was carried on the Democratic side were now in the course of demolition The proposition was defeated Five trigades of police would attend the races to suppress the work CANADA of the book makers and the infantry who are always present at the races Declines to Beoomo Annexed to would be re inforced In additioDto this three squadrons of guards and draÂ¬ the United States goons would be held in readiness in the event of any disorder taking place and U Sustained The Maellonald Government one hundred detectives would be placed by a Majority of From 10 to 15 on special duty Up to midnight Friday returns have 198 constituencies BEER IS AN APPETIZER been received from out of 215 in the whole dominion of A Murderer Who Fropotes to Starve Him Â¬ Canada two of which did not elect self Unable to Resist Its Power Thursday These returns show the fol- Â¬ At Bridgeport Ct Jacob Scheale the lowing In Ontario 89 out of 92 con- Â¬ condemned murderer of Constable stituencies elect 45 liberals and 44 con- Â¬ Drucker who had announced his deter- Â¬ servatives a net liberal gain of 11 In mination never to cat again and had Quebec sixty one constituencies out of already fasted twelve days ended his sixty five elect 83 liberals and 27 conser- Â¬ long abstinence Thurday morning vatives a net liberal gain of 6 One labor the moving power having been a candidate was elected in Montreal In bottle of lager beer which was Nova Scotia seventeen constituencies left in his cell Seme of the out of twenty one elect 40 liberals and beer had previously been placed on the no gain for cither abstainers lips and when the attend- 12 conservatives side In New Brunswick thirteen ants retired he could not resist the constituencies out of sixteen elect temptation to drink the contents of the 2 liberals and 11 conservatives a net bottle After draining it a marked conservative gain of 3 In Manitoba change came over the faster and he an- four constituencies out of five elect nounced his readiness to partake o one liberal and three conserva food which was t en furnished No gain on either side In Prince Ed- Â¬ ward Island six constituencies complete STILL HUNGRY elect four liberals and two conservaNot Oat Enoasrh tives No gain on cither side British The Kscuol Miners To Bal Columbia return i ndieate that the con At Jeanesville la the coroners Jury servatives will carry all of the four con stituencies No change from the lut met Friday morning at oclock to com- Â¬ house Returns from the northwest plete the testimony in the mine disaster Nothing new was disclosed indicate that the gov- Â¬ inquiry territories ernment will carry all of the The stenographers report was heard four constituencies there No change but the jury adjourned at five oclock a verdict to from the last house The conservttives without rendering at ten oclock Saturday have therefore elected ION members meet and the liberals S9 The liiieral net Great interest is manifested in the pro Â¬ gain is 18 and as it was necepsary for ceedings The men who were impris- Â¬ them to make a clear gain of twenty oned in the mine aro now out of danger six seats to defeat the government by a and are growing stronger daily It is bare majority it is tafe to say that the only a question of a week or two until MacDonald government is sustained by they are able to walk around They are served with fresh meat regularly anywhere from 10 to 15 majority each day but complain because they THEIR NETHER LIMBS can not have all they want Females on the Stag e Who Kvpose Them English Press Comment to he Judged Guilty of Lewdness mud Laaclvlousness The London Post Fridav morning la committee of the whole Thursday says Sir John MaeDonalds majority the Minnesota senate recommended that is reduced but his victory is unequiv- the following remarkable bill introduc- Â¬ ocal and that is the onl vital point to ed by Senator Hale be passed Iio it be considered As her age increases enacted by the legislature of the state England must either find her strength of Minnesota that any female person in the empire general or retire from her who shall upon the stage or platform position as a world power The in any theater opera house concert strengthening of the Canadians loyalty hall or any public place whatever where is a sign of vast welcome and import- Â¬ other persons are present expose her ance nether limb or limbs dressed in Funny Dolrg3 In a Savage Land tights so called or any manner Lieut Livraghi chief of police of whatever so that the shape and form of her nether limb or limbs are plainly Massowahwho is accused of murdering visible to such other persons shell be rich natives for purposes of plunder in guilty of open and gross lewdness and a communication to the Secolo of Rome lascivious behavior and guilty of a mis- Â¬ asserts that exalted personages instructdemeanor and upon conviction thereof ed M assort ah police to assassinate 800 shall be punished by a fine of not less natives The public are much excited than 85 nor more than 100 or imprison- over the affair and demand that a ment in the county jail not less than stringent inquiry be made five days nor more than thirty days Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to succeed Mr IngHlls Hocsa The b Us for the new mint In Phila-Â¬ delphia and the new custom house in New York were passed also the blU granting the widow of Admiral Porter t210J pension per an Â¬ num The conference report on the copyright Tbe conferees of both bill was agreed to bouses on tbe diplomatic and consular the leg islative executive and Judicial and the sundry clrll bills have agreed In the U ter bill the appropriation of L5 0O for repairs of the Cincinnati custom house was stricken out Wasbisotow March 1 SssAra The sen Â¬ ate amended the general deficiency approprta Uon bill and returned it to the houe The con Â¬ ference reports on tbe diplomatic and consular appropriation and sundry cvil bills were agreed to The senate refused to concur In the conference reports on the pension appropriation and copyright bills and new conferences were or dered The bill for a National conservatory of music was passed- Tbe flnanco committee was Instructed to examine and report tbe eff ct of the tariff on imports and exports trade and wages The senate toek up the bill for the transfer of tbe revenue cutter service from the treasury to the nary department The confer- ence report on the Indian pension agricultural and post office appropriation bills and the copy- right bill were agreed to Hotrss The House agreed to the confer ence report on Increasing the number of mem- bers of the lard of managers of tbe national home of disabled veterans James Harriett was agreed upon for Oho The senate amendments to the agricultural appropriation bill were non concurred in The conference reports on tbe post office and pension appropriation bills were agreed to The bill for a commission of flv to investigate the alcoholic liquor traffic was taken op and defeaud Vf innsOTOH March 4 Sbwatb After the passage of the boose bill to supply artificial limbs to pensioners every three years Instead of five years tbe conference report on the bill for the reorganization of the arUllery and infantry forces of the army was reported and agreed to Tbe house arr endmeni to the bill for a public building at Clurksville Tenn reducing the amount from 100000 to IS5 000 was concurred In The en f rriee report on the general deficiency bill was agreed to House bill for the protection or the Uvea ef miners In territories was taken from the calendar and A resolution was offered by Mr Mitchpassed ell instructing tbe Judiciary committee to in- quire and report as lo the date when the laws relating to Chinese lestrictlon expire whether in IsIM or 1884 also when the Chinese exclusion act of 184S shall expire Agreed to Vice President Morton after a brief address declared tbe senate adjourned without day Houss The house agreed to the conference reports on the copyright legislator appropriation army reorganisation and deficiency bills A resolution ef thanks to Speaker Reed was passed after which be briefly applauded the work of congress and declared the bouse ad journed sine die All the appropriation bills were passed and received the presidents slgna ture The sub committee of the immigration committees of the senate and house reported recommending the vgorous execution of the laws against tbe Chinese LEXINGTON BELLE RANGE AND 1 COOK STOVE PLOWS -- I AM AGENT FOli- - The Mean 2 and 3 Horse Chilled Flows THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT EVER MADE IN ILOV ALSO THE FAMOUS Big HOES Injun Sulky Plo RAKES BACKHANDS ANI TB FORKS SHOVE HAME8 COLLARS Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SD1TUES 1 THE ZUNGARIAN DESERT Its Queer Formations and Interesting ProÂ¬ ductions Â¬ Â¬ tiill fc Homeopithic Physician and Surgeon KiciiMiiMi Kentickv HUMPH BEYS HOMEOPATHIC Hrishta IIourK S to SPECIFIC The OBaV Nq60 flallJT tOT ff deed or in any manner transfer the cable line without the consent of the United Mates It does not provide that in case of war or other emergency the Government may not niort of and operate the line take making compensation tiiereior and it not provide that in case of extension of the line beyond the Hawaiian Islands the Government shall without further payment have the same rights and privi- lo the transmission m ajlsi extension that it ha- - over the Hoe between San Francis- the Hawaiian Islai to be paid Mr Ellis W by our Woven ir to the ration and boa long will the subsii Â¬ provide that the company shall TMMaVafal lI any nddrcMi 1 Hi iihc ni diiiuco lent tt Nervous Debility Vital Weakness HAS HOOKLK E TEIIIXA R T S I ROE OX C and Proatratioa from offr work or othyr eaama for St ipervMLLorTilailUrreTtJ powder leoerpC mem or aent postpaid on of price HUMfHRLYS MEDICINE CO Co- - William and John Sta V Y RADLATE ONT VET COLLEOE Veiennary Itiry Hiid Bterllity 4- a Ml - lLUH Seventh and Market Streets L Speaker this whole aebeani It deserves to serves to br voted down It deserves to lie de be condemned feated as we defeated that colossal scheme last night the ship subsidy hil1 If our Government now embarks in the construction of submarine cables when If it end and where will it lead to v 1000 are donated to a private corporation to construct a cable line from Ntn Francisco to the Sandwich Islands how long will it be before millions are Baked to construct other cable lines If the Government is going into the business of constructing cable lines under the water why not embark also in the business of constructing telegraph lines inland Why should it not construct railroads in everv part of the United States and extend lines to Central and That is where the pro South America iiolicy will lead In 1878 the Con H the United States incorporated pany and named Leland Stanford now a Senator from Californa as one of the incorporators and Captain Mareno That company was authoranother ized to constriH t a submarine telegraph line from San Francisco to the Hawaiian Islands This line will be constructed by private enterprise if we let it alone Whenever it ie necessary to have a sub marine cable line from San Francisco to the Hawaiian Islands we will have it S nator Iceland Stanford was elected lent of the company authorized un- Â¬ der the act of 187fi hut now it is sought to s t that couijMUiy aside and the Government is asked to pay three millions of dollars towarda the construction of this line although it is to have no ownership or control over it and no management of it and the cost of the construction of the entire line was placed as low as J700000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - STUDENTS PERISH High School at Monroe X C Horned Two Youths Meet Their llcath Fire was discovered in the Monroe N C high school early Thursday An alarm was at once sent morning in and the students of the school aroused as soon as possible but it was The British Census The work of taking a census of tho British empire was begun on Thursday in India It is expected to show 280 000000 inhabitants in India against 254000000 in lbSl The British Isles will be taken a month hence and it is estimated that the population will show an increase of 15 per cent Hill the Orady Monument Orator The Grady monument committee Fri- Â¬ day unanimously resolved to elect Gov David B Hill of New York to make the address on the occasion of the un- Â¬ veiling of the monument of Ilenry W Grady in Atlanta during the summer It is understood that he will accept Murdered by a Jealous Husband At Parkersburg W Va A E Parker Two too late to save the building young men Thomas E Pvmbcrton of Little Rock Ark and Albert Host of Hosts it ill NC perished in the flames At the first alarm the young laelies who roomed on the ground floor of the school building made their escape The young men roomed on the third floor and when the alarm reached them the means of escape were partially cat off and the building was filled with flames and smoke Iembertou was not seen at all and his remains were found on the wire springs of his bed which leads to the belief that he did not wakn at all The school building and furniture were entirely burned up A i Next door 10 t mm ax office IlDCbam liuildiiiK Kirlimond Ky PALACE HOTELi L KLEIN New Building Louisville - Kentucky 2nd dy last Mr Proprietor C St Laiestsne Street Cpr LEX1KGTON 0 CcjOt KY and Fnrnitnre Well Lkhtedand TararTBLaVTl nti nlly 2 GOOD SAR ATTACHED IiHaiel A RATES and 250 per Day THOMAS B Hifll h Ml tS A YliKS Una li Viig flgCnlijf Fare se Per Day m6 ALEXANDER TO RICH JO B but not exceed in order to show how ex is am uit is I have only to Having Md rmt our entire interest in what the nited States tail last the hotel on efrscn mrmt we have re All the moved to our old dtand that we occupied year for cablegrams for rears so tuccevsfullv at Seventh and sent by the Government to every part of Market streets arc now flitting it up in the world over any cable line cost last 00 and yet we cirgant shape new throughout ani the veai to the line from outfit in every way will be elegant incud- raiian Islni Passenger and ing one of Hsi for me to a k It is hardly age Elevators with all the late im- iey under- the D ements tending a Mr I lob We want all of our old frinrls to come What the r We promise and see us in our old home Air iiat our Rooms Table aii Service shall be second to none in the if AlexaaJrr wants Mi uli her ladv friends to be and she will be glad to s o them and give them beatty reception Will Open Monday March ment provides the Treasc the maintenance period of fourti of tins cable line for the jkt annum towards isenate amend ill iay out of The ratification of the Sisseton and Wahpeton treaty at Washington throws open to settlement 1 000 000 acres of land comprising a large part of Sisseton reser- Â¬ vation in South Dakota immediately west of Traverse and Big Stone coun- Â¬ ties Minn The opening of the reser- Â¬ vation was celebrated Friday with fire- Â¬ works speeches and a procession parti- Â¬ cipated In by 1000 Sisseton and Wahpe- Â¬ ton Indians A Small Surplus la tits Treasury The net surplus in the treasury at the close of business Wednesday was less made in 18 than 89000000 It has been reduced not in favor of Government subsidies within the past week by heavy pensii n am opposed to this scheme and al requisitions for the next quarter more others like it If the object of the pending proposi- than 880000000 having been paid out on this account The drain on the tion is to benefit us by giving us connec tion with a great harbor where our ships treasury from this source will cease for are to anchor then we certainly ought three months and the surplus is esti- Â¬ have control of the cable line that is to mated to again crawl up considerably - with our ships in that harbor The Emperor 1 Good Manners ere is probably not a ship in It was remarked at the court concert in Berlin that the emperor was markedly cordial to Madame Henrietta the shipyard there This amendment has no wife of the French ambassador The proper place on the diplomatic and con general anger over the recent outburst ion bill and it ought to be of French Chauvinism is subsiding Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Million Acres Thrown 0pn The United States and Brush E ectric M Vr Snejlk light companies of New York have aaed the city for 8675000 damages for Californias Appropriation injuries sustained bv rants raid Gov Markham hill in violation sf the rules on overhead wires and poles last De- Â¬ worlds lair bill approp This cember for Califo Millions Appropriated fifty- The total approp y the first congress ar e at 1989- clerk of the senate 700000 and by the dem the house committee at 51007TO654 here in violation of Hew York City Sued for Damage killed his wife in a fit of jealousy The couple were but recently married Ho was in a jealous mood when he reached gar Interior home and seizing a hatchet cleaved her skull in two places He claims his That Boston girl who is stopping at wife attacked him first the Chestnut II ill forgot her glasses this morning and skated into an air hole Bank Cashier Convicted The water came up to her eyes but she The trial of Leonard Kuhn the kept perfectly cool wasnt that won- Â¬ cashier of the hate First National bank derful I think it would have been of Danville N Y was finished Thurs- Â¬ far more wonderful is she had not kept day evening and the jury returned a cool The Jester verdict of guilty Kuhn was indicted for receiving a deposit knowing the In the Blood Mra Gazeem Dear bank to be insolvent me Mr Gazeem how dreadfully sol- Â¬ emn Mr Bon too looks Do you sup- Â¬ Alexander Is King pose he has the dyspepsia or what is it The most brilliant ceremonies marked that makes him look so melancholy the official proclamation Friday of Mr Gazeem Dont know Im sure the accession of King Alexander I to Sairy Perhaps its his blue blood the throne of Servia His father ex Is this roast In the Restaurant King Milan was present Yes per- Â¬ venison perfectly fresh Equal to the Oklahoma Crass fectly fresh lut is it always so ViNO tne nrst nve days we The passage of the bill opening the crteap Coeur dAline reservation to settlement charge fifty cents a portion more has created a stampede almost equal to Fliegende Blatter the Oklahoma craze Hard on the Nerves He discussing electrocution I think decapitation Redskins for the Army I don t believe I Secretary Proctor issued a general is the worst death calmly She No you order Friday afternoon authorizing the could meet it J J enlistment in thearmy of not more than necoru jws uuv muiaus His rime Extended North Carolina Not la IV The governor of Missouri has respited The North Carolina legislature re-Â¬ fused to pass a bill appropriating 25000 Louis Bullinp who was sentenced to be for North Carolinas exhibit at the hanged at Savannah Mo on the 6th until April 17 worlds fair - The desert region called Zungaria which lies on the western borders of Mongolia rises to a height of about twenty five huntlred feet but descends from it at many points The soil is chiefly composed of the clay called loess a mixture of very Hue sand and a gray or yellowish calearous earth This argillaceous mass is pierced like a sponge by numerous tubes or pores which are often lined with incrusta- Â¬ tions formed by herbaceous plants The winds and the rain shape these deposits into abrupt elevated square cut masses This property of forming a kind of vertical cliffs with the porous texture and the absence of stratifica tion are characteristic of the loess as is also the presence of terrestial or lacustrine remains instead of Being exceedingly fine in constitution and well charged with certain salts the loess is generally when well irrigated exceedingly fertile In all the tillable regions of Central Asia including China it plays the same part as the black earth of Russia The mountains which form on the south the western border of Zungaria are rich in minerals Gold is an important pro duct of the region of Khotan where there are twenty two mines some of them employing three or four thousand workmen This region has long en joyed the honor of being the known place where nephrite or jade was found The beds of that rare substance was in the district of Karakach but the quarry ing for it has greatly fallen off since the disturbances that occurred during the brief reign of Yac nib Beg in Kash sea-fossi- ls Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TIlTimrG A SPECIALTY for CASH W C FITZPATRICK TAR 01D PILES Ill PILES SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS BURNS c Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR PRICE 50 CENTS BATH TRROIDi SOHP TAR OID CO FOR MEDICINAL TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES CHICAGO ILL FREEMAN more than half a century the name of Freeman has FOR before the public Dont you recollect that your used to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to fit his Now Freeman continues pocketbos k and his ideas of value to make boots and shoes He also has a first class line o CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES in stock and can lit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where 19rCall at No 2 First Street - 1 YOUR STOREKEEPER Ksae is behind the age No city store is if he doesnt keep SAPOUO in stock country handle no without it The great grocers of the other scouring soap because the best housekeepers will not use cheap imitations which are liable to do damage far greater than the little saving in cost If your store- Â¬ keeper does not keep SAPOLIO tell him to wake up If he offers you something else when you ask for SAPOLIO tell him to be wise and deal in genuine goods the 0000 The Result In Canada The elections in Canada resulted in a eenservative majority of 21 sswawKawMaatfawjaaww 3f M v irtl trd of the J if Ac- for your pat-an- - READ -- THIS of Dry up Work on r annua Canal Frrel ii M i CURBS SFUtfTS SPAMS wihd puffs sad ad enlargements ahealalelv retaeved by SQnflft WWW mvmw the Mo- - jav btu i Panama cans Antl n u - Ointment IknUu the visrtioityted endorsement of QUINNS BanuT It pays to have the best p TH9R0SSM owl AvL X rrai Pass Blli Passed iW SS 1 Saet Ana aula imit 1 a vote of CROOLE BL CMSTON pr CaisMsr Matt Mm Saeyton Minn ears One bottle eared a very Dae ease or omen anavnn on a mare for which I have since been uaasiS teas I would oot be without tt if U cost S1U0 a bottle I We Save Inquired of tuch UMmomiaU CE If drsssw MseftLMsarheXsle asAsk seeenae lor for a test trial be doss not keep tt send ale W B EDDY aV CO Whitehall N T rr ucdmtMtOrfuMuwi InSTRUCTSOM IN IPrlY 175 nC AT THE BOCt SEEPtM SRt 3VT 4 STBtnOl anaBBBaaamu ef HK WsrmM CAULS THE CLIMAX t l HIIKlltl BVEJtT otlged to sell the grain the Alliance Editor ST WIDinDil S Climax Printing WmG White Chas Co Powell PltH E lE YEAB - - - Kirch 150 11 1891 Veflaesitr U the leader of the will wire farn voting men who have cane to the front i rti tain amount ot wheat or cattle a- so rotwpiruoo Old Bay State cse may l Vlssawcbasetts is permanently lvm- T M pNSSsw for cash iv tlie harden tariff issue The great amount deman ply the market change in MatKacuuaetts is primari that day will be npportioneiL among to the coume of ten or twelve young illy aul in turn appr- men together for by the IHstrict Alliance No farmurccm of Democratic principle and er who is a member of the Alliance eland administrar is pmdacts till called uKin Br fast ill lie lan wide floctoatkin- - in pricea J Cther Mate Alliances are x- Willi INK hXCEPTlON to join the movement The hardest tiling we lia An article elsewhere in to with is fixing the price W sMBS MAX dl fii c and the same thing It i cvrtain the exact ist of the prodoi reasonable profit to it This will aaaaaissl in thene columns w a starting jri e emhra maintained The new scheme is mode Jed crs of hull after the whisky trust Of c iou are allowetme coined will say that our principles w i 11 not of it but ided that we inu t 1 in t if the fight the devil with irihase of lie trusts sad oosnbinati trusts and comhiiuitioiis While the iiage would be unlimited but scheme will re verse matters by xkmen and grainmen at hit mer not think any injury will mult PM AND AGAINST THE PREACHERS The scheme looks isionary perhaps but aat week our Soloiib it will surely be a go In tl had a lively debate on the question THE MEANING OF TUE TERMS ister of the gospel the aajnaaaHkat citizens in the The expi actionable and unlimited coinage of silver have Â¬ i i and from f land etion was held in Mr Page who ran on the Inst Saturday sa C et had received a small - posted as o plurality in November but not a majori k j the IiKtn tfce market and demand race had to be made again Uponthi formation the demand will be supplied This time his opponent the sitting Ke aitd no more at a fixed pi lined publican member was ullel out of the by the Alliance No option wheat will ring an overwhelm ing iciVat ahead the market There will lie n slating on grain before harvest y has to do is to hold The four States in this tru will prac- Â¬ fast to the sound principles it baa tically control the wheat and cattle inart fighting fur and we will hold the country Yes the victory bar- stay Statas Tip -Â¬ will be tak The something will follow Kar HEW ENOhAND AN1 DEMJCRCY is The Augusta Ga Chronicle mak b in the electoral college adding rk New Jersey Connec- ticut and Indiana to the South in a way tory to it that seems perfect and after having made itr calculation it a nuble n ieneral at our Wnaman was as asual on th- er branch of the A fel- - speeches for and against the Kurnain of Madison r ii v pt of tli restriction and t Kh in fj Be was a di- set out in I He al hat all men are free and lassed a high eul lauo and declarel asks a question The only hope ot Democracy tl public thinks is in the Wert where free silver and tariff reform must work the spell of victory How editor Join ratic President York New without t j and Connecticut wedon Michi- e that M i and Ohio will stiji plv Without tin le party will le prac- adrift We can never carry the tea upon a platform of ami we can never elect a 1 it without tlu iuier- Any oth r kiud of campa ica and rainbow chasing r can the plat carry the New England form of tarifl reform Connecticut might law material and fh cent rein tioii on inanufactured goods if it were not Mianiaiiil free raw material manufactured without redo ill Mr Blaine is making that the same meaning Both mean the toin and the Republic n age of silver dollars containing 371 prom that it does not see how it will grains of fine silver worth now in he for the Democrats to carry a single without rerttic- market aliout 7 New England nst Blaine on a tion That is to say free and ui lim free raw material coinage implies the removal of the ited high tariff on manufactun by which under existing law and rainbow- The le only a certain numler of onno I when it bases boj can be coined into dollars fier month winning in the r troiigholiis of pure That is what fr Puritanism and Plutocracy when it is and simple But the free coinage nal enemy of both cently passed by the Senate meant as the Republic Inthing different did not in fact -1 I Â¬ I all members of legislative boards two tion and debate a new meth counting quorums was invented and the vears supernatural jxw- ting from all Police Courts t hat eual ere of u jurisdiction The limiting of all city contracts to a distinctly see and count as present and voting members who were being shav- Â¬ peril h1 of not more than twenty years Making ineligible for Legislature or ed in the barlet 8hop ami members who State office any paid officer or emplye of 1 were not even in the city of Washington I a citv or town Hot to be cutdone by the achieve Â¬ penalty for vio-Â¬ same lation of municipal ordinance or law as ments of Seed sin in the House the Re- Â¬ provided for the same offense by general publican caucus in the Senate resolved that that body too should cease to be a law nities to an area of deliberative assembly and endeavored to iinlifth thiii linrrirwe bv the intro- 400 miles the lines to pass in not leas ittiiliiii of thr lnuiiri tofnii ilamai- county seat than ten miles of any old airing the cutting off or division of ing debate und shut the mouths any county or counties to be submitted of Democratic Senators The scheme to a two thirds vote of the counties af- - failed owing to the inability of the cau i overcome the i ind secure The clause called an open clause but the co ojieration of somof the RepubliW can Senators from extreme Having no Democratic Senat requiring a majority of one tors to unseat the Rejuiblican majority fourth of all tie voters in tl in the Senate v as sought to be strength call a Constitutional Convention Providing fur the abolishment of the ened and perpetuated by the premature admission into the Union of rottenlior Baperior Court li with a vote in tb Making the Supreme Court to be ough the Court of Appeals to n- - ate equal to that of the greatest and populous State in the Union and five nor more than all three together with a jiopulation less Ogressiosal dis Ruijiiiring all of the Judges of the than that Court of Appeals to be elected from trict in some of the other Stall Both Houses conspired to paai separate judicial of the succeeded in jiassing the McKinley tariff D of the Clerk bill to tax the masses of the people for Court of Appeals from eight t the benefit of the few the loor for the it of the rich to increase the o meut of all courts of coin- civil juris-- living to reduce the wages of the artisan ircuit and County to build uj a Chinese wall of isolation I Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ma f fear Circuit Courts ie the place Â¬ of all intcrmedi Urts in the county of Jefferson or any county of mote thau 160000 inhabi- tants Limiting the minimum population of inhab- all Circuit Court districts iiring that three instead of two annua Circuit Court terms shall be held in eaih county The establishment of a commissioner in each count to take the place of the Court of Claims in the conducting of its financial affairs Limiting exemptions from taxation to and jiublic buildings iiifonn municipal and Suite taxation on banks as well as the property of cities towns and corjxra pobtk and juivate Prohibiting counties from voting any tax in aid of a railroad or other corporation excepting turnpikes and bril to jro Empowering the vide for an income tax The reductions of the maximum limit 150 jier capita of jioll Requiring all corporations in exist to file with the Secretary of State copies of their charter liefore they cn have the benefit of future legislation Prohibiting any corporation from own ing for a longer jeriod than five vears not actually neOBBBsry to any i the transaction of its business loingbusi sssa to have one or more State and an agent who can be reached b law any time Providing a heavy penalty for the giving to or receiving by of a free rai- er transportation by any county or State official Making apen alty of forfeiture of office for receiving a free jiass by any Legislature State district or county officer or Judge Uibiting the consolidation of any competing railroad or telegraph lii Nbking all charters and artic incorporation subject to revocation by the ieneral Assembly Of course even this long lint of inno Â¬ brace all of tie vation adopted by the convention t nothing of the voluminous legislative in Committee of the rejiort ju il other importWhole or of t ant rejiorts not yet conaiden i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It operative require an v of ii p ill It in Illi- - the Treasury to it his and walked out into ice in le- - said it is gainst a worthy class II which with ratic it was inted to see the Mr Strauss of Bullitt said it a thc sreaa of jolii admit the h legirial tics meant aschar st and state lb er hat il result ir tiie pulpit I blow to - n iaaae treasury notes at tin nce in exchange for all the that might be offered him Ti of silver dollars was to be free The treasuiy notes issued undar the Senate bill in exchange for bullion would of x ing couise be at once in cir illation in the hands of the former owners o the bullion They would be used as and an national bank note are for all public and private If the government ullion it bought with get them into uion just irs in- by plying them out over its ooaater in transactions T with the aa bill it wiii lie see a fro r bullion treasury much a a Iowa Indiana Michigan as Democrats and ad in V such a revolt throughout the in the tin of an von e livi But we do not jHe hill Fractional silver coins including all there v- aasaja of a union of church and - for all debts public tile private operand nickel including the iss of citizen the lickel i unjust an in uei ited cril 3 and 5 cent pieces are legal tender only amount i lie Isiw of WOMAN SI PFRAtiE IN KANSAS V jtiiring the purch I If women are anvuhere entitled to putting in circulation 11 jirivii currency to the amount of the cost of the Kaaaaa They are already aafjtlad t silver When the price of silvei ind munici present a little less than muce pal elections ai them in the laneni n chose i y a little less than lOU000 i minor mayors i per month This paper currency is a lef the ader for all amounts lp to July 1 and it I Uus purchase by their a This we p State they are will maksilver di uieutal in ak rahle of alliance candidate t or in silver ctrtifii lae of the Kansas Legislature Alter the first of July the Secretary of they were successful in defeating Senator Ingalls ft the Treasury can inr on up to the full amount ot the and in putting Mr Ieffer an uionti aata The effect of the t unknow man outside of tl c to in present coinage law is tl granges in his place crease the currency at the rate of aliout Jative session than 6000tJ per month until t and through July when it is within the power jf the leader of the lobb Secretary of the Treasury to increase it at been consulted upom measures of Their principal object was a the rate of aliout JoooOUu ier month lation lUiltii aased entitling all worm said Â¬ Â¬ -- expect that this will convince anyone of anything Experi onviction to the human mind In a perfectly philosophical spirit in an earnest determination to nothing undone that it can the good of the Democratic party the situation as it tind- Republic ai it If the electoral college combination which has once only in 30 yean by a scratch is to lie played again the Republic will certainly en deavor to play sin h cards as are dealt it fir all they are worth However that may be it will not change in i onvition that the party will never be able ih any of the great reforms it ind so unsuccessfully at tempted until it makes its headquarters Nor will in the Central West the r be fully rein- Southern in the Union until tl docs it SI J Â¬ 1 Â¬ f Â¬ WORK OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL VENTION CON Â¬ The principal changes arc Tin ble so far made in the pream The prohibition of t tures jiting any property from taxation The making of every grant charter or t ion of THE DEAD CONGRESS ol Providing for the descent property r involun The forbiddil tary set it i rime The prohibition of all forms of lottery Providing for the maiutenano militia d forfeiture of disband for bribing ot liring a registration of voters in all and towns of over five thousand inhÂ¬ ord tl abit-The clause requiring all popular held by secret ballot elec- - f age to vote at all general special and municipal ele in Kansas the same as men and to be voted for and hold a unty snonicipal ami townsliip IfflrTPB elected use of Senate of the sidered n futur Iuring the recent cam paign the alliance in whose inter women enlisted themselves with so niuli seal was pledged to bring in a bill granting the suffrage to them and the emolu ments of office to the extent we hare oned In pursuance of such a pledge such a bill was introduced in tne house w here the alliance is an i n aseose majority But w hen confronted ling character of the I ill UMimbtlu of thealliaxee mai were reluctant to vote for it and by shirking the bill failed to a the necessary constitutional majority It wae then that the women of the lobby led by Mrs Lhiggs rose in their wnth and demonstrated their power Two days hill was reconsidered and assed under the spur hi- a 1 Â¬ - THE VICTORY 11AS COME TO STAY The making a matter of record the of all persona in a representative ity if Tern Hon Benton McMillin one of the strong men of the FLxj the following reason v hy he believes the Ik mixratic party vill a in To a St Iouis Republic rep he exprcHsetl himself as foli First the Democratic theory of sovern and has im inent mense intrinsic strength with a liberty loving constitution serving people When Jefferson announced the principle of our party in 1801 lie announced priniii broad deep and sound that uin er our system you cant have bad government on them nor go ainent off them ondly in the contest bet w ten Bar - Limiting to one a year all elections of every kind aed character The fixing of November for the one annual election The forfeiture of the charter of any rs or employes ration wi shall in any way attempt to influence an hi Tne making of the brilery laws to aji- primary elections and party eoav i land in 1SSS 000 000 ma- Â¬ to pass the Â¬ enate where the Republi can are in the majority Its fail ire there is regarded as almost a foregone The Republicans havt a sion grudge against the Alliance for carrying ing the State against them and de them of aaeatint States Sen ate and it is not regarded as probable that they will give a vote to the woaten did so much to beat them FAkMEUS WILL POKM TRUSTS A Topeka Kas special says A new Alliance movement ofaitnnijilatui i nation of a huge grain and live stock raska Kansas Mis souri and Iowa 1tank Mctirath pteav iiiers Alliance asys that the project is one of the result- - Â¬ jority of the white vote was ta- Cleveland Thirdly the newspapers of the country are with us as never before since the slavery question put the abolition party A majority ot the pajers are forward Democratic a large majority are tpposing the Republican party They are an im Â¬ mense factor in moulding puhli senti ment Take New York as an example A million and a quarter copies o papers are issued daily of this number not more than a quarter of a million are Republican The others are either Deiiocratic out and out or are independent with on the leading Dvinocrat- ic issues of the day What is Ira New York is also true in a less cegree in ies In a Jiird of the country there are hardly mere than throe Republican dailies No ptrty can tand the paper onslaught now being made by the pvs agaiatt either the principles or practices of the Republi sajm party is clamoring egiatSfAd edn- ally- cator Â¬ ag-ui- The Legislative provision regulating liquors on election d Mai retary of of appointive ehcti the minimum eligible age for Governor from thirty five to thirty E The clause requiring the Governor to file papers and reasons for jwrdons reprieves etc open to jiublic inspection Making the office oi Commissioner of Agriculture elective instead of appointive Prohibiting the Governor from con Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vening the legislature in extra m except for one specific purpose The making of ministers eligible for the office ot Governor The creation ol President pro temjiore of the Senate ing the Governor ten days after the adjournment of the Legislaturtin which a or disapprove of bills Making the term of State Trea four instead of two year and the incum- Â¬ bent ineligible for re elction i making the Attorney General Commissioner of Agriculture Land Off i the cult ure Pro r of abolishment of Fifty firs tnarkable not to say the aceful in the history oi public The effort iition in this country baa been to work with reference to the tuation of power ou the jmrt of the rity more than for an of our country rejoicing at its death there and we are called ujiou for the first time in the history of our country we believe to witness the spectacle of a divi the final vote of thanks usually tendered the Speaker at the close of his term of office The Democrats say they could stultify themseives by such a vote when every ruling of the Sjicaker dur ing the entire session was subversive of the rights of the ministry and contrary to all parliamentary u- into The Fifty first Coiign Hwer with nearly one hundred and fifty millions surjilus in the treasury and ts work with two hundred millions deficit to lie arranged for by the next Congress Below we give a very succinct state ment from the Baltimore Sun of its doings and gome good suggestions to the Democratic party which we hope the majority In the next Congress will With the final adjournment of the Fifty first Congress of the United 8 the record of its proceedings passes into history but it is not a history of which the majority in either house has occasion to be jiroud The maxim which teaches that it is wrong to say aught of the dead except iu the way of praise and which is often of difficult application in individual cases is simply of im ble application to the Fifty first ess The difficulty is to find any thing to say in its jiraise Starting with the bust that it was a Republican Congress and that it did not mean to be de Â¬ layed Br fettered in its action by the op itical minority it endeavored in each house in violation of every precedent aad tradition dear to the race and in all nentary bile that opjHinitiou by crushing all freedom of debate Iu the House the scheme partially succeeded The rules of proceedtire by which the House had since the foundation of government were changed so as to rights of the minority at the and a man was foam to fill that position who was will- i Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A mad dog created a great commotion at Pba nix Baltimore county on satur- -day and bit about thirty other dogs which were afterwards killed by their owners The magnificent kennel of fox OF hounds valued at 10000 consisting of forty thoroughbred animals and owned by James C McComb of Claymont Del One of the was destroyed on Saturday bounds was bitten by a rabid dog several days ago and he in turn bit the whole If not sold privately before that kennel Every dog was killed to pre time I will veut contagiou Mr Jas A Burnside Garrard countys 11 big tobacco man went to Louisville last Oi week with a party of growers of the weed here They struck a crowded mark Â¬ sell publicly to the highest bid et and did not do as well as anticipated der on the premises my but a number of them made sales includ- Â¬ Nick Perkins 1 1 hhds ing the following fll7Vi275 J A Marcutn 10 hhds 00 Mrs Ann Broadus 10 hhds M Jenkins an extra nice lot of 4 hhds V7ba nOO T W Duer on East Main Street in Richmond Ky The lot has a frontage of 48 son 11 hhds average 61 in Louis ille J P Simmons 20 hhds of fmicy leaf that feet running back 328 feet and made an average of 9c A few others has upon it a sold at these prices Mr Burnside is looking for an improved market as the Lanctuter Record season advances It is said that some of the best and good stable and carriage house most famous breeds of English cattle owe one to a strain of hen house and a number their valuable qualities cistern Holstein blood The Holderness breed London for instance which supplies I will also at the same time largely with milk was at one time cross- Â¬ sell a ed w ith the Holland breed It is an ad Â¬ mitted fact with jihysicians that the LOT ON HALLIE IRVINE ST milk given by the Holstein Friesians is It has 48x150 feet Terms made known particularly rich and nutritious f foreign coun remarkable fattening qualities which on day of sale Sale at 2 oclock and all in order to discharge a party in the chemist can reach by analyzation P M delitedness t the rich manufacturers and which make it particularly valuable JOHN McKENNA 37 39 and corporationa who had contributed for childrens use And it is a no less liberally to campaign funds and to lay generally acknowledged fact that the them under further obligations to the butter made from this milk is unexcell- Â¬ party which had that ssriahly rewarded ed for table uses It is absolutely sweet them but more than that it has an indescrib- Â¬ Both Houses consjiired but happily able delicacy of flavor w hich makes its buled through the defection of 9 few Reuse indispensable for those households publican Senators who could not and which have only the beet on their tables would not be whipped into subjection Philadelphia Record either to caucus or executive dictation The Savannah News states that the rice to paai under the guise of a bill to de all freedom of congressional elec- Â¬ crop of 1890 91 in Georgia and Carolina is ts w here the Republicans one of the smallest raised in these States 1 not already saie of a popular ma since the war The crop has about a beea marketed and the total receipts at jority a bill to dicfranchise Democrats by preventing a fair count and canvass Savannah do not reach half a million of their votes whenever necessary to bushels The acreage in Georgia and In order to reduce our vast Carolina this season says the News was Republican sue stock of Alaska Seal Skin It is unnecessary to do anything of the about the same as for the pret ious sea Â¬ A number of causes constituted to son Garments and Fur Shoulder reckless extravagance in exrienditure to which the rrajority in both Houses have bring about the small yield Cold and Capes we will for a limited lent themselves jiarticularly in the at unfavorable weather late in trie sjmng period give a special temjited wholesale purchase of the sol- Â¬ drought during the summer and heavy rains and freshets last fall prevented the dier vote of the country by making Gash Discount of 15 Per Cent enormous additions to the already over Â¬ harvesting of the crop in the proper time This latter cause contributed more than grow n and overburdened jiension lists off present reduced prices on of the exh Bastion of the aarptna in the anything else to cut down the yield The every purchase crop was evidently a fair one but not an treasury an J the inevitable creation of a The continued deficit in is stead In no single direc- Â¬ unusually large one Correspondence solicited tion have the Rejiublicans in the choice rains prevented the harvesting of the Illustrated Fur Catalogue sent of measure which have lieen jiassed or rice and compelled the planters to allow free to any address sought to be naawiri1 failed signally to it to stand in the field until it became blunder their blunders being of the overripe and the rice shelled out on the Highest market prices paid kind that have been compared to crimes ground This was in many instances an for Raw Fur Skins blunders ahicfa proved fatal to Repub- Â¬ extremely heavy loss one planter who Send for Price lican hopes of victory last November had calculated with good reason upon a v and which ought to prove doubley fatal yield of 45000 bushels harvesting only Current The quality of the rice 17000 bushels to the party in November 1802 Of course in all this aa in all jiolitical received was very fair and good prices history written for example or for warn- were obtained for the crop ing there is a ii son which the Demo Â¬ Tobacco Market 8 cratic jiarty lifted into the control of the Louisville SCB- Lnumvllle Tobacco branch of the Fifty second Congress by By Ulover A Darrelt House Ware the turn of popular indignation raised by Sales on our market for the week just the binadera and misdoings of the Fifty clced amount to 3lS6 hhds with receipts A first Congraaa can not study too attent- for the same period of 2208 hhds Sales ively or lay too carefully to heart This on our market since Jsnuary 1st amount rm Sales crop to Wn expressed in tie admir- on 33 169 hhds to date 20of thehhds of 1S90 e 6F7 ourmarket able words of the Hon William L Wil n n -The ma ket for burley tobacco this week c f W st Virginia at the tariff re- Â¬ has again been irregular but the good and H form celebration of the New York Re- Â¬ fine grades continue to command verv tuil -The recent weather conditions prices form Club un the 23d of December I king with reaponee to the senti- have curtailled receipts to a very material B extent in the past week and it is likely that P O 3 s n The Fifty second ment the offerings in the next ten days will be ca o may it be tiMujerate just and far seeing much smaller ft v 3 that we can not do better than to quote The following quotations tairly repre0 a ft pi n our market for burley tobacco After remarking that if sent Trmh Dark or damaged tobacco f 2 00 f the blundering of a Congress is to be BJ to 300 a red by the force and sweep of the Colory Trash 3 00 to 700 X ft ft condemnation it has provoked Mr Lormon Lug not colory 3 50 to 5 50 H 9 3 Colory Lugs 5 00 to 10 00 Reede Caagreai has not only surp 9 Common Leal 7 00 to 1000 Mr Keifer s Cot ievetl tr1 Medium to Good Leaf 1000 to 1600 tor it elf i pre eminence iu blundering 16 00 to 2000 Good to Fine Fillers O uaapproached by any of its fifty prede Select Wrappery Tobacco 20 to Ja so Q 2 lr Wilson thus continued Catarrh Cant be Cured if recent political And experience proves anything it teaches that the with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as ratic party never blunders more they cannot reach the seat of the disease a C9 p fatally thai when it abandons or falters Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dis oq w ith its t ue principles and that it nevease and in order to cure it you have to a er spprak so strongly to the heart of take internal remedies Halls Catarih the masses or the enthusiasm of the cure is taken internally and acts directly young aa w hen it goes liefore thein in on the blood and mucous surface Halls It the strength of those principles alone Catarrh Cure is no quack medicine On the ocher hand the Republican parÂ¬ was prescribed by one of the best pb si ty as dominated to day never blunders cians in this country for years and i a STATE OF KENTUCKY MADISON so effectively as when it has free scope regular prescription It is composed of CIRCUIT COURT and opportunity for the ajiplication of its the best tonic known combined with the Clerks Office February ist 1891 never meets with such best blood purifiers acting directly on the jirinciples The rrfect combina- Henrv Traynor I crushing repudiation from the people as mucous surfaces I On Petition an I when it discloses to them its true poli tion ofthe two ingredients is what proind methods In what it has duces such wonderful results in curing Laura Traynok This day came the petitioners and filed done and what it has failed to do the catarrh Send for testimonials free in the Clerks office of said Court their CO Toledo O petition the object of which is to obtain a Fifty first Congress signally illustrates FJCHENEY Sold bv Druggists 75c 38 4 this lesson and points the inevitable judgment of said Court empowering the petitioner Laura ranor to use enjoy moral Let the Democrats who upon m11 and convey for her own benefit any the silve- question fell away from the property she may own or acquire free high staidard of sound princijile yieldfrom the claim or debts of her liubard ing to a mistaken idea of jarty expedi Henry Traynor and to make contracts sue and be sued as a single woman and to ency reir ember this lesson and warning trade iif 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 61ing of CONCERNING FARMERS the petition and the object thereof be given by publication in one of the newspa StallioD mare and rnul e for sale pri- Â¬ pers published in Richmond Ky for ten Baa of Judge vately advertisement days prior to the first day of the neat March Term of this Court Chenault this issue V H MILLER Attest Clerk Dr Clardy in a speech to the Farmers A Copy Attest Â¬ Institute at Mayfield declared his oppo W H MILLER Clerk D M Chen ault Atty for Petitioner sition to he Bub treasurv scheme 37 4 Fat cattle in Cincinnati yesterday 1000 to 1200 pounds were HH to 166 OJV55 Kxtra export steers 1500 lbs Extra Both the method and lesuits wi sjiring h dis Syrup of Figs is taken it is pk asau The Xorthcutt farm oi 208 acres near and refreshing to the taste ami acts White Sulphur was cold publicly ou Sat- jrently yet promptly on flie Kid Mr P J ONeill who ha been work- Â¬ urday and bought by Col K P Pepper at Liver and Bowels cleanses the tys ing for Mr S L Midkiff the past season Timet cr acre tem effectually dispels colds head is now in business with Mr James Allman and they are prepared to do all kinds of For Sale Thirty five yearling mules aches and fevers and ceres habitus work such as is done in a first class shop ijip lion Syrup of Figs is tin on the shortest possible notice extra fat and smooth also aoaae work Mr ocly remedy of its kind ever pro ONeill is a first class workran and makes mules and cheap work Mr duced leasing to the trpte cad ac a specialty of HORSE SHOEING G J White IMO S L the ceptabe to the ttomach prompt i horse Midkiffhesays that ONeill is are best The Cmtnil Kentucky Hedge Oo with also ever saw shoer its action and truly benefickii in it prepared to do all kinds oi Thev CARRIAGE a cajiital of 50 j effeej prepared only from WAGON BLACKSMITHING wood- Â¬ Lancaster It will embrace We have c work general farm work healthy aca sgreeable sibstanr W A Am including Lincoln not got a three story shop but we have mauy ezeeifent q iaiiii it W II Kinuaird treat ample room to accommodate our custo- Â¬ to all a mers Give us a call Shop on Main and T J li Turner general 0 St adjoining C T Foxs Livery Stable d Journal ALLMAN ies i3 for sal ONEILL 347 A jar y of one luin bed Ohio fruit-1-and 1 bottles by all j Public Sale I SHOULD SMILE CITY PROPERTY Whu smile an fur My fa broke open wid ajefc a Hi M il my eyes do wid sich briliian whar yo orter bin portant problem 0 ment am how you ki de sWekaarI BI 1 HOUSE AND LOT ty l iiV EAKF Der am no gwine way lrum ile gibin up yo 10 eenl side show when 2 Story Frame Dwelling iBoggs Gran Openin h b u Show De doah am wide open an am in progress deman an admisliun fee to enter either fur de ru de ticket man to git beliin de counter to help wrap PRIZE PACKERGES De sites is de grandes an de prices de seed lie do bizness in a gemmanly way but treats yo like t He mns look onard an upard fur his rewaci fur ir an too low to expeck MUCH in dis wurld here below lur de crowd Â¬ 1 nPTABLISHED RffiRlERS MO QUANTITY MO QUALITY MO STYLES AN MO GIT-UP-AN-DUST eiHeiNNAli in dar dan I eber seed in eny store in eny little one h uShow llouse am nuly paperd an1 painted an uder an law sakes what a big stack uv NEW GOODS he Hi ebery day EBERYDING NEW EBERYDING NEAT EBERYDING SERVICEABLE AX CHEAP Suits to fil cemman to de great bigsres ur mos lastiilins p Mo Clothes Wv he can sell vo in tne Mo Boys Mens an Womens SI Val 9 Xt M Mo Xecklies Shirts Xo wonder hides am scase Mo Trunks an Mo Underwear Mo Sox and Cuds Mo wellin fact fur ebery ding in d UK AM DE BOSS sfGooJ people I go see Â¬ -- X H 0 cant speak no longer fur yoself fur my mouf done Kemember de place s DC Â¬ rz EDGAR C BOGGS 37- - Â¬ r r NEXT TO RICHMOND NATIONAL BANK II E ALLEN N V WHITE Â¬ 3 r r WHITE Cash Dry ALLEN and Notions Goods U AGENTS FOR Â¬ Â¬ a BUTTERIGK AND- - PATTERNS PETITION Â¬ Fashion Plates A complete stock of patterns always on hand - Â¬ Â¬ WHITE ALLEN 112 W Main St opp Court House RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond Ky KJVJOY Ji0 I NOTICE Sanitary Â¬ Flute -- Steam and Gas OF- - Firs WE CARRY A FULL LINE 11 5 Gas Fixtures of Every Description -- INCLfl Chandeliers Brackets Stanards Globes Rnbber Tnbicg 4c I j BATH TUBS AND CLOSE JENKINS GLOBE VALVES best made 3 m and voting question Making ary the Uind Office jiayable by sal rary ruth and towns taxes for cities and 1 is now jKiints in a for the purpose of investigating the quality of the soil for vineyards with j Any reliable net Lave it on hiiti it promptly for any to try i Do 0 CALIFORNIA AM 8YPB0 earl Si I ii i r it an Inllot reform oppor force at elections generally and oppose dele Tin ig storage jiant v paj een in li- - made It icorl of this Congress to class half Jjmitmg tiie is now i ui ab ciner largely i the chair buit the n plant a la used until rs it the Hon nger a deliber- Minn tavs There was a in the flou I iudi- - they huiid GUI cc All lowest of the tween 3 -m- l-11101 -- FIG mup 041 M INSPIKATu UOT WATER BOIL D Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and Street Sprinkling FBANClCCO Kt To 2000 bar- - Builders and Li si too Masons Der- - yards I have for sale two well equipped we carr You need not go to Cincinnati or other places for your fixtures for Our work U done by men who are just from P of ihe latest designs kinds of Coa arid Lumber at the full stock market price Liberal patronage relphia Mill supplies to fill all demands public respectfully requested The RICHMOND PLUMBING are located c n Orchard street be- that street ami the K C Raihoad Piruntll TO RhIIMiINII WaTK T I - li X HAESEB Prerpr of the can hold them without off Aafth A of a general law Mil ver to run term of office of all y jai menibei bis grain to bankers but when b is major ext House McL Iiamroe drills 3 wire guyes 60 feet lone 12 chisels and every thing else pertaining to a stone quarry Call on or addrets W L FARLEY Richmond Kjr 34- - MILS cqlts m mi Â¬ I V I have too mule colt for sale at reasonable prices H H COLYER vtMtr Wan m i w noimiior 11 your urn p Ty iwrs4asl ar wak mm -- r-r to gliiiiiw r Mnskic ttom I iii id mmpm avVr tmmim mxomrtmtmm- 9mW omi w paW ym thm mm Imps Vrt auad FstlX femd U li L I fc i iyOiwg W nat txvs A toi umswa rrSsrsstus m wintywi4wW t jirt Mm rt fc Tm m warn wonu Arret FORRENT rvun now occupied bv W store The three rooms up stairsBover the Bci I man was stricken down with the sickness SITE FOR PROPOSED PUBLIC BllLD- - X KPORT of the cundi REPORT if AT A V Nation Bank that ended in his death IN6 WASTED Slate of Kenluc y at in the tHaFebruary XJtb imi boaiuesn February zetk 11 thit Ir Clarence Vaught then attending Dr Green of Danville preached at tl e Dr F L Harrod is a lineal descendent Xareh 11 1891 - in Lrniisville had determined to First Presbyterian church last Sunday MBOCKCES US Treasury Department of the olf settler and companion of Dan- Â¬ Washington I C March 5 1891 f Loans and discounts KEHOUKCES lx ate in Richmond He arrived on last SMUTS M Rev Edward Mann of Erlanger near iel lkone the father of Kentucky and OS Loan to day Overdrafts secured and unsecured Visit the Art Ml 00 Loans and Discounts ay and is associated with Dr John laWNR Sealed Proposals will be received to be U S Bonds to secure circulation WU0O Cincinnati was in the city last Saturday has in his possession now a watch the JM M unsecured 1710 00 overdrafts secured snd Stocks securities elaims etc aavj mat up stairs 17 H Bonus to secure circuls opened at 2 oclock p m April 7 1891 Due from approved rem rve agents Hedley at the Court liouee to njgbt MFoster at 21 former property of his relative which is Rev Mr Henry of Versailles will sail 30 Due IS t Ir M His is a young man of prepossessing ap-from other National tU5 H Doe from approved reserve afswai 1I7 M 1418 Banks probably Hie oldest one in the State It for the tale to the Cioteit State of wiita Hue from State Bank and Banks in a short time for Japan where he goes Due MS M Doe from other National Prof Summon piano tuner at the peiranee comes bankers bankers from Stale Banks and with most flattering let Banking honae furniture aud is an open faced silver watch and has the be property centrally and conveniently nOLaK as a missionary Current expenses and taxes paid Jarnet fixtures on the professors under whom he 1120 DO s Bonds on name of James Harrod inscribed on it located for a site for the public building Oiner rent estate aud mortgages ajnt Presunm otherC Banks Rev Dr Morton um jo of Louisville will Bills of were both blind and deaf he studied and is well known by a number owned If a loan MS H Fractional paper currency nlekess with the date of 1775 Not only is the authorized by Act of Congress Approv Current expenses and lazes paid preach in the Methodirt church in this iK 21 U M inond people aid tll that this ie March weather M aunts tBt 14 watch a curiosity itself but the works are ed February 2th and March 3rd 1891 Checks ami other easti Items city on the fifth Sunday Bills of other Bank 00 Legal M A corTender N also The main spring is a chain made of to be erected in Richmond Ky K Kibu New Mill for Kirlnaund Fractional paper currency ulckels Tin- K N 1 Redemption fum It is reported that Rv Sam P Jones is 13 S7 aud tjstaj steel The dial plate is set with twelve ner lot approximating 130 feet front by Specie cents urertoper cent Miiiil ItIIm auu iuru muie near tin r ge Cassidy tsAjSW of Mt Sterling was broken down and will not be able to en- Â¬ If Redemption fand with U H Treas Â¬ small rubies Dr Harrod said it was in 130 feet in dirnenM n is preferred k7i m Total tie king for a mill site urer o per ceut of circulation gage in his evangelistic work for a long 2JH 00 running order until a few years ago not a corner lot the property must ap- Â¬ LIABILITIES Mr McEldovrney mules and for his i White time if ever S37MM B Total when some one dropped it on the floor proximate 160 feet bv 130 Ieet in dimenCapital stock paid In is second visit and Mr Mcll nam LIABILITIES Rev Preston Blake has returned from irmlividist pp and broke one of the wheels This watch sions the 160 feet to be street frontage downey w ill be here in a few days Sev National Bank iiiwsuiunnluniiii Capital trdHOOOO ll a pleasant visit to Virgiuia and will fill was worn by the man for whom our town Each proposal must be made with the un Â¬ mirjiius itck paid lu Indiv llinu eral ilii evlv Hue lonal Banks LM the pulpit of the Baptist church this derstanding and agreement that if it is Undivided protl ite for 11 is named Harrodsburg Items Duet National Kauk note K b M Mr Mc- Lywi 00 place Sunday accepted the building and all improve- Individual ind bills re discounted next Bat Blowney is an Since the deaths of V 8 Senators Wil- Â¬ exj and euer- ue toother National llai property are to be retained Manli 14th at 10 oclock Rev D L V Mo Rett of Jefferson wciut m Due to Wliite Banks and bankers Total krJ i son of Maryland and Hearst of Califor- Â¬ ments on the mill nian and proposes to build a K ville Mo will come to Richmond about nia the funeral of Senator Beck ol Ken-tuc- jnd removed withi i 30 days after written benelit of the Confederate Hoa- - tirrt t Total ishment in every way r79Sl S STATE OFKENTII jO cj COCMTY Df JUMp by the vendor and that all ex Â¬ a month hence to become rector of the n i n IUT1R- nui Richmond is a good town for a big mill has been discussed The cost to notice I 8TATE OF KENTUCKY sf luimu Ul I J E Ureenteaf Cashier of the above County of Madison ia a Episcopal church the Government of Senator Becks funer-Â¬ penses connected with finnishing evinamed bank do solemnly swear that the in iiouse io iiigiii I a R Parkett Cashier of the above named above statement la true to the beat of my conveyance Mrs of Sighs and a Bird sf Size al was 5000 Lexington the home of dence of title and deeds of In the trial of a church case in court solemnly swear that the above knowledge aud belief bauk by him hare put the finishing the vendor Each stale incut Is true to the beat of my know An eagle of great size has been depre Beck is but a days ride from Washing- Â¬ are to be payed by at Nashville two lawyers had a fight 11 II 1 J E GRUXLttr Cashier The highest stallion fee ever asked In ton yet some of must be accompanied by a prop Â¬ ledge and belief n uuniHiu b uanu- - dating on the lands in the vicinity of Nr A S 8 PARKER Cashier iuisenberrys Book the bills presented to the proposal The Judge fined them 50 each and sent Subscribed and sworn to be fore me this 3th - Summit America for a horse up to 1890 either diagram giving the metes Riib fcnbed and sworn to before e this Mb day of March BBt Whites Station causing the owners of The author is a nephew of Hon A T them to jail for contempt of court lovernment are interesting The Wash- Â¬ erly drawn day of March 111 trotting or running was 1000 put upon ington Jso W CkooKE Ja Notary Pu Richmond and locks to heave sundry sighs Finally Cheuaultand Mrs Mary Burgin of this undertaker presented a bill of and bounds of the property and showing Th R Ui ESAJi Notary Public Robt Mr George W Ranek the historian of the services of Axtell a grandson of block in which the CaaaacT Attest K738J0 of which about 500 was for the the streets around the for the months of Janu- - thy sized the matter up about right county He has prepared a biography of Lexington read a Cobbict Attest nnty pajer at the Filson George Wilkes a bo by a wrritten is situated J W CAPERTON when they offered 4 reward for the Hon Humphrey Marshall one of KenJAMER BENNETT pi casket and 100 for embalming the re- Â¬ property than D M lilt Directors III Club meeting in Louisville on The MiN ION KM Directors The fastest mile ever trotted or paced mains Three Pullman palace cars were statement in regard to the grades charenjle dead or alive A colored boy tuckys ablest historians Mr Quisenber ISHELBY IRVINE I TIUis J SMITH gration of an Organize Baptist Church by any stallion stands to tlie credit of a acter of ground tor foundation etc The Farris was shilling around with ry is on old newsiaper man and wields used by the party in going to and returnfrom Virginia to Kent lcky in 1781 V I Oldhrm has pnrctiaeed the grandson of George Wilkes Roy Wilkes ing from liexington for which 300 Mr reject any and all proposals is re Littles Barber Sbop Uraioveit ii Isket and in less time than it take a an inviting pen His wxrk is one of genwas right to THE CQUR1ER od and Broad-- Richmond conns lot to double in value eral interest especially to The Anneke Jans heirs held a meet- tm served George T Little has removed his barpaid For carriages in Washington to Kentuckians nd will build a nici ing in New Albany Ind Wednesday to A son of ieorge Wilkes is the only Each proposal must be sealed marked ber shop down street to the house formerpublic building days the eagle Mr Marshall a Virginian by birth convey the parties to the depot 131 was L0TJ13VTLLE EZNTTJCZT ways and means to recover the horse with a record of 210 or better that Proposal for the sale of property for a ly occupied by and the 4 were run in Mr came to Kentuky at the early period of consider paid railroad fare to and from Lexington SanJers cigar store sec300000000 estate cl timed by them of has sired one or more performers in 220 i ite for the Public Building in Richmond ond door from Herndons corner and was a prominent actor in the Subscription Rates Daily and Sunday irj b nine bjH een in White being one of the sanguinary 155325 hotel keeper in Lexington for He and addressed and mailed to invites his old patrons Kentucky raters has sent the massive ear stirring events of the State while it was which Triutity church New York is or better That is Guy Wilkes who has entertaining the party one day 1000 a year Daily without Sunday the Hawaiian 49975 and the public genfour jierformerB in the 220 list part iSoo a rear Sunday joo a vear ChariiES Foster to a taxidermist to be remodeled part of Virginia and after it became an inn in full on the iirt page erally to call Customers Lexington undertaker for handling the promptly Weekly 5i 00 a year Young Jim a son of George Wilkes is Secretary of the Treasury Bishop Dudley whese appointments in and reperched The bird was 1 feet dependent Commonwealth waited upon Everything clean and first J remains from the depot to the grave He lived Washington D C ride from tend to eend of his wings through the most interesting period of the diocese were all U laved one week on the only stallion the producer of whose 39 a The Weekly Courier Journal 148 meals lunches champagne etc class and the best of work done 12 W N Potta is in luck Gov Mc- and weighed 10 lbs the States history from 1780 to 1841 was account of illness prenched two stirring daughter furnished the turf with a pair taken by the party while on the train The recent deaths of two persons at a Has the largest circulation of any Do 41 through Rooms for Kent of two year olds that in one season trotted in the Virginia Convention which ratified discourses at Christ cl urch Sunday upon 72905 The other incidental items bring remakable old age are reported cratic Newspaper in the United V Thos Large Saw Kill to be lisilt jnature of the Presi- Four nice rooms for rent in McKee and proposes to double or treble its already the temptation of Christ In the morn to a record of 230 or better the Federal Constitution and in several the amount up to the 5000 estimated McFelea near Horse Cave this State at iJurhaui as adminis- li Farrin and Walter Quick of Guy Wilkes a son of George Wilkes is building over W A Powells clothing large circulation of the District and State Conventions be administered the communion to the Has Matt C Clay skipped for other 106 years and Mrs Lucinda Allen in house Cincinnati and G A Roy of Ford with was corner Main and First streets largest number ever present at the sacra the only sire that ever lived that has got UDW B7 Givia A w 7 Saci ml repeatedly a member of the State was a question frequently asked Louisville at 109 years Every Day htaduuurters at Richmond will begin I egislature as many as a trio of three year olds that parts Suitable for offices or lad rooms Apply rlU W and was United States Sena ment here if was estiraated and at night splendid High Arm S have trotted to a record of 218 or better yesterday The subject of this discourse MRS E BLRGIN to Harpers Weekly for March31- W time keer and work at once upon a saw mill of 40000 tor from 1705 to 1801 With all his prom the rite of confirmatio i to a class of twenty-fligg Ui attaolutaiy is a well of Mt Sterling Val-i-Of the only other that and has aknown citizen Lexington Prtts 3rd yrej Full particulars Editorials Two Years of Administra- Â¬ Mianchan feet capacity per day to be located at W P Baxter painter and paper hangiry clerk lor inence however both so ial and political ive wide acquaintance throughout e Send on the Three Forks railroad in rier Journa omberlaad Gap and Geo O Barnes is still preaching in have beaten this mark two in number central Kentucky nothing that can properly be called a biThe following in the tion The Governor and the Senatorship er does the best work See him and get for one one of them Axtell is another grandson this coin ty The mill will occupy the ography of him has yet Sons and Daughters a good job Over the Border rkaliip of the iverton been published Scotland He writes under date of Feb- Â¬ 29- W N HALDEMAN Mt Sterling Advocate started the tongues Address v river hank just above the of George Wilkes Delay of the Copy If you should visit that rising Knit mk We are all well again Mr Quisenlierry has stir plied this want ruary 3rd Preit Courier Journal C of the gossip to wagging Matt C Clay of the Revolution Kikdergartei The fastest two three and ni uth of Tstes Creak and a bridge will anil in doing so ha-- had 2 riR Ky ipw you the ground plan right Bill Public Schools in New Mex to appeal to the Marie has had something like la grippe Sanwife and daughter left yesterday for Miss Florence Hood will receive pupils span the creek to afford communicatiou stallion records are held by grand ico Spoils in the Senate The Slater in original sources of information to tradi- but is about convalescent George who ta Maria Cal which place they propose in Kindergarten basement of Christian with the depot of Valley View all puny winter is sons of George Wilkes Regal Wilkes to make their future home Matt is a Memorial tion to old court records manuscripts has been fcaO Mr lii iy has for some time lieen secre- Axtell 212 and Allerton 213 By George T Packard Church on and after Monday January Wesley peert again I dont want any whom John newspapers pamphlets and books Some will be sure to be found Out 1800 She has just completed a spec r of the Ford Lumber The two fastest horses ever bred by hustler and Four- - 5th of the most strking and valuable parts of I love to know how much we suffered among the go ahead ones in this distant With Portrait and Illustration ial course in a Cincinnati training school groundling weather Co bat has resigned that position and one breeder Axtell 212 and Allerton page Supplement his work are quotations from these old and praise the Lord it is over and gone of his adoption This started a f 2S- no telling expir zed a strong company This is a 213 are both grandsons of George home A Story By A Memorable Swim Carlisle Mrrcury papers of a by gone age now no longer regular bombshell in the hands of a great ae next two or great Wilkes DoNkLsov has a quantitv of new Sulto the county Mr Roys accessible to With a Portrait of W Clark Russell the general reader In thus of was discovered During the services at the Methodist But the g bog about kies Surries and Iuggies of the newest Sterulierg 226 at two years the many his friends It iesce and past success coupled with resurrecting his hero from the forgotten church Sunday evening some thief largest that Mr Clay before departing for his the Author and Six Illustrationwinning two year old on the trotid centre He came nearer the the experience of the other gentlemen grave of The Progress of the Sherman Funeral and most popular patterns and at very musty reconls he has not at broke into the study of Rev H G new home had gathered up money from reasonable figures ting turf is a grandson of George Wilkes re than did Mr ei sure prosperity tempted to present him as a saint but Henderson the pantor which is located a number of his friends in Mt Sterling Train to St Louis With Six Illustrations drawn by Charles Graham The Sick Tilt Art Loan Kxhiliilion Fer Over Fifty Years has portrayed him with all his merits and in the church building forced the locks and Iexington on checks which warn KEYVS PARAGRAPHS Has Wihslows SooTHiin svarr ha been used for By The Behrmg iiea Controversy rer fifty years br mlllt M 1 of mothers for their Wairscott is still confined to demerits just as he found him on the drawers of his desk and went iful exhibit for the afterward discovered to be forgeries Mr children while teething with perfect success It soothes the child softens the rnms allays ail pain Mr Quiseuberry6 work was prepared through the same in search of valuables Clay at one time was Deputy Sheriff of William Livingstone Crounse uinil will continue his room cures wind eatte and Is the best remedy for Diar The Census Bureau to day announces Montgomery county and has lately filled The Floods at Pittsburgh With Illusrhoea It will relieve the poor Utile suffeier tm-Will make a limited season at the Fair Will Jennings is recovering from a for The Filson Club of which he is a but failing to find anything of more value lay and night and jirolu every the mwi meiiieij cents sby DtusrIsU inaud ssapart ofMrs Grounds Stables prior to going into trainthe population of the State of Texas by the office of Constable He was a very tration frm a photograph by Dabbs vorld bottle Be sure for member and read at its meetings in De carried off a morrocco covered note book UMderinjr the weather seriuus illn W Inslow i Soothing Sjmp and take no other kind ing at White 1741190 col Â¬ topular fellow and well liked by all who Pittsburgh Auctioneer Hush bus had two tough ceanber January and February The and gutta percba r latch case Frank- Â¬ races as follows en good and the ex- Professor Alexander Winched ored 492S37 With Indians 7ti Chinese knew him Among the Lexington peoÂ¬ Ik you want to buv a Sulky Surrey manuscript has now been turned over to fort Capital naniially and other- - weks with giippe 50 to Insure a Mare In Foal 727 Japanese 3 Total 2592 Buggy or Carriage call on Donelon for Portrait Co Iouisville print- Â¬ ple who were caught were Laudeman Miss Lizzie Uennett is able to lie out John P Morton A Mt Oreh O telegram says The Edwin S Stuart Mavor Elect of Phil- he has the latest best and cheapest So Marie Prescott has finally been Henderson Mr Kelley of the Lexington ers to the Club and will be published in greatest revival in the history of this after a six weeks illness New Milinrrr lloosc 00 to nrsTisa adelphia With Portrait Limro colt of the Club publica- place notorious recently for its white cap granted another divorce As she is a Stove Foundry and Mr C F Nagle brotvik Mrs McBroom is still very ill at her the attractive style lim- The Rescue of the lansville Miners Smith has lieen in If you want the G tions provided enough subscribers are outrages has been in progress here the Kentucky lady and the only ad Lexington Transcript fathers residence on West Main street When Mr S L Midkiff came to Rich- brino Patchen Star arJ Pilot Jr With Full page Illustration drawn by the ast seven months stady- to insure the cost of publication last six weeks The scenes enacted night- Â¬ Batten Kentucky can lioast of she will Mr Joe was thought to be secured mond a few years ago he opened a small bined and pure in or of miilinery and will W A Rogers It will contain a likeness of Mr Marshall ly are past description People stay in not remain single a very great while MATRIMONIAL dangerously ill but is now greatly shop and did all the work himref with in no other tall on alive at anWith Portrait of Pioneer of the West Me ii Main street in iiichEMPEROR WILKES isablood bav will consist of about 250 pages and trances for days Two or three are said It seems to be au open question wheth By careful attention to time to spare hands high pure gaitcd and a ar future She is a lady 15 Mr Malcolm Miller Reid and Miss the late Ex Governor Sibley of Minnesowill be sold at 250 er copy to sub to have become insane All children are er Brazil will gratify the reciprocity ar Mrs Patterson wife of the proprietor business and the execution of the best horse The onlv one of his three ind will represent the latest ta Only a limited edition will be excluded from the services at night to rangement Mr Blaine has made w ith Mr Annie Alexander were married at the ichu- ol the St Nijholas I Intel is able to lie scriliers went to Mr Da The New Secretary of the Treasury work his patrjnage extended until two sold at u again after a long siege of iufiamma printed prevent unpleasant effect on them The Mendonca and whether if Brazil does home of the brides parents Mr and With Portrait assistants could not keep up with the de- setts Urother to the Sired bv William L Hie Size of it tory rheumatism population of the village is 500 Over ratify it Brazilian finances can stand it Mrs Samuel Alexander near Red House lEHSONAL Sir John A Macdonald With Por- mands Mr Midkiif then built a three great Guy Wilkes and sire Madison county on Tuesday March 200 have professed conversion Miss luey White daughter of Old story shop of wide proportions and em mind that your corner lot dam P 105 o0 A Western Kentucky physician takes 10th KM Rev J O A Vaught of the trait Dr W B Pigg is down from Middles jnd dam Pi r Any aret lief ore Printer White isup after what seemed With ploys half a dozen workmen Senator Kyle of South Dakota the prize He published a card in his Methodist church was the minister red ticle in wood or iron done in city style and of Davy Crockett 31 rnment will accept it and if to be a hopeless illuess which lasted for borough on a visit HOltSENOTKS hxal paper saying that he had acquired The groom is the affable salesman at f Portrait on ifjss Rev E H Burnam is home from his OH feet on - grass Mares s Ota than two luoti ner lot it at low rates Idahos Fourth Senator With Por Richmond The Col O H Chenault has sold to a Mis- the morphine habit and be asks the en Mr A EL Lalors stay in New Mexico Dr Anita says that Mr T Ramsey winters to need not apply escapes an couragement and prayers of his friends couple will be home to day trait of William H Claggett CLOSING OUT OF SHOES all co Mr Ed Brown has returned from a souri man a saddle stiliion for 000 inj available loto large ater two months of suffering with a to help him overcome it Amateur Sport Edited by Caspar W Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock by Senator Harris has sold to Mr Graves arret fracture of the leg is now able to weeks trip to Woodford county Whitney I am closing oat my entire Nearly every distillery in the State is Rev E M ireen at the residence of Mr sit up and will soon be walking about Mrs C B McCord cf Boyle county of Woodford a Black Squirrel colt for The New Hotels of the Plaza New The Same Here running in full operation and there is an and Mrs Jas L Harlan this county Mr 1000 stock of boots and shoes Got visited Mrs J S Collins last week York Illustrated The New Councilman it If all -The Duke of Marlborough has bought over production of whisky Last year Cham C Anderson of Pittsburg Ky and Mr Geo W Phelps has returned from 4000 J lie SBBt ouncil ol liictimond in from The Australian system ol voting has to be sold in 60 days six thoroughbred hoises from A J Alex- there was purchased 30000000 gallons Miss Jennie Harlan Ouly a few intimate urs to rsgnlar meeting on last Till ail J night a visit to relatives at Huntington W Va B KELLY but the annual consumption of Ken friends were present After remaining been definitely ailoptdl m South Dakota worth ander i Mr W A Powell Councilman in- Miss Lillie May Hemphill of Nicbolas tuckv whisky calls for onlv 20000000 awhile with friends in Bovle Mr and the bill passed by the Legislature having 37 40 That splendid stallion Emperor Wilkes galluns f om the Fourth Ward to fill the vacancy A G ii legitimate ville visited her sister Mrs enterprises Mrs Anderson will go to Pittsburg to re- received the Governors approval which weakens the price is making the season at the Fair Grounds i by the resignation of Col basi b nefitted the J W Woods last week A deed has lieen filed iu the office of side where Mr Anderson is an officer THE NEW GROCERY FIRM ANNOUNCEMENTS See ad of Col O H Chenault Piano Toaf r have left ie in- - Caperton Mr John iibson and his mother have the County Clerk by the K U Land Co and stockholder in the Peacock Coal FOR CIRCUIT COtRT CLERK of the Kentucky Trotting The Secretary Mr Powell is a young business man returned from iou financially Select Harmony Work guaranteed retransferring to the Kentucky Title k Company The couple receive the con Â¬ months visit to friends -- HERND0H Horse Breeders Association has received vho engaged in general merchandising and relatives in the south c HIGGIHSLeave orders at Garnett ToI the people of MniMscm County pairing Imd Co all property in Estill Powell gratulations ot a large cirle of friends hereby annonnee myself a candidate about 350 entries to the 25000 Futurity Lee Wolfe at Union City tli is county until about M L Summers House Danville Advocate the office ot Clerk of Ihe it Â¬ Breathitt Powell and LetchMr W B Bright is in Boston selecting Stake This will be the largest stak I ant Keep Hint lbiHB Court subject to the action of the Democrat two years ago he remove to Richmond The groom once resided in Richmond party er excepting Clay City and 700 acres for his popular shoe and trotted for The negroef- Bates and Ward tried at ic While STAPLE AND FANCY Mr I have served In that bVeat of all live He boagfat out the dotbiug store of W the latest Roods that He was a Danville for the murder of Town Mar oftVe a it W true deputy fort J around it Three Forks Citv and land in and came here from Canada furnishing goods boi Cierk and lighted his nu 1 Wliite and has demon trated such t is a lensoi to be derived from and around Jackson There lia hut wi lower Intne iSaatr shal Wells at Junction City received n eral to daachaiRe the import Miss Lizzie Wbeilitt of Richmond the sales that have taken place hn Iex me ll ling them a hand lent business qualities that the to 5SSB5WUS Epes Randolph has been appointed sentence of twenty one years in the pen- Â¬ duties of the office As rr how I bin 4s of anaak entitled Council readily determineil npoa him as made a short visit to lira J F Btormea ington during the past few weeks and it tended to my duties I DIED Judge members of tli itentiary ami other relatives hen this week Lan is a lesson that can rot be impressed too Superintendent and Chief Engineer of All Nations Mulaatias fi suitable man to represent the Fourth unl other Htteutianis of our t M V road with headquarters the N N you to my pievimi unnnuiivi Charles Dudley Warners new book nation on the Ward He is a solid Republican but oaaVr Beeerd Koliert Garrett a prominent citizen of forcibly upon the minds of trotting and Glusmre Wcsieaware at Lexington This apjiointment took Estill county died Sunday aged t3 years Our Italy a superbly illustrated volume paperssupport res an thMr A E Boardman President of the horse breeders by Fritz faro for odlea zens ppointment is applsaded by every ugh a effect Monday will prevent me from He was formerly Chief I ravels and is a neat Democrat in the ward and of BMtree the Water and Light Comranv is here for canvass as I desire Miss Lizzie Oldham died at the home describing the climate physical features A J Coleman of Harrodsburg sold to C and later had Cor him Most gratefully He will doubt- - several days looking over the two works John E Madden of Lexington the bay Engineer of the K Repul of her step father N B Terrill near and resources of Southern California is charge cf building the big railroad bridge LARGE ASSORTMENT OF W H MILLER nearly ready for publication by Harper at the next regular elec- He rejiorts everything progressing satis- filly Cleo Richmond on Saturday March th 1891 by Gentrys Gaui rmliitittiun Sjieaking across the Ohio river at Cincinnati 8 H THORPE JR Is a candidate for factorily Brothers tion without opposition from either arty it aged about 23 years betta dam by Maieys Hambletcnian Clerk of the Madiaou Circuit Court subject is reo iit of the follow- i Winclitter Democrat St- necl liecause be had Mr M F Stone has returned from for party 5900 She has a record of 22iL M Mrs P P Ballard who has been a pa- Â¬ Under the Australian ballot system to the action of the Democratic M Speaker Reeds Bueiness Congress lookfrom the Fourth Cincinnati after a two weeks stay B U POWELL of Speedwell a a candi ilectded l over th l half mile track at a for years died at her home Burlington Vermont has elected the date for Circuit Court Clerk of Miuli ou the Court- has done business with a vengeance It tient sufferer Ward He has made a most careful and ing for spring millinery She purchased Danville serv- Â¬ first Democratic Mayor in twenty years county subject to the action of the Demo Â¬ nd Ky on March lLth Now is the time of year for you 46- has during the second or short session ap- Â¬ on Third street last Friday Funeral cratic party choice line and will have an opening at valuable Councilman always investi a Â¬ Among the comptnies licensed recent- propriated including the direct tax ap ices were conducted by her pastor Rev p in for the r to pure gating minutely every question that an early day Siearagna Canal assisted by Rev ly in Illinois was the Standard Trotting propriation five hundred and twonty C P Williamson far the voting for ADVERTISEMENTS NEW came before the Council and Miss Bernice Baughinan of Richmond Horse Company of Chicago An illustrated paper on the Nicaragua Vaught and Dr Barbour on Saturday af-Â¬ capital ty Hon 1st T Barbae vhatever he thought to lie the lest for was visiting her grandmother Mrs stock 100000 for breeding developing five millions or more as against two hun- ternoon and she was buried in the Rich Â¬ Canal giving an account of the progress cil will address the OF Fznia Anderson last week and is the racing and dealing in trotting horses dred and eighteen millions appropriated mond cemetery Her age was 83 years and present condition of that enterprise during the short session of the precedirg Clover Timothy and all other Field Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office Communicated guest of her cousins Misses Arnold this The incorporators are Edward Hayes will fans one of the attractive features of good woman is gone Ky for the week ending Congress when the Democrats controlled A Seeds at lowest cash pn Dr lledky To Ntghl baviv Where are Ysa Lanenfter Iieeord week the forth coming number of Harpers at Richmond 1891 Morris J Jones and Will S Loomis E Field Miller died at Eureka Springs March 10th the House Mi Dr James Hedley will give his famous it Audrns George Norton Anthony D Wednesday March 4th 1801 aged 49 Weekly to be published March nth The Iowa Circuit bangs up 105000 in The monument which his Masonic on Parmer Andy AnserJ r m New lbei THIN COLUMN eeture at the Court house to night on The elections in the various towns of Barnes Mitchell Pallhiaer Beltie Miss Will Buy AH and purses for trotters in the year brethren propose to erect over the re- Â¬ years He was a son of Mrs Patsy Millstakes who Dr Hedley for Sin Bailer ton Prusia MIssKay Minna Miss The Sunny Side of Fife The meetings will be belt at Da- Â¬ mains of the late Dr Robert Morris poet er deceased of Richmond and removed Iowa Monday seem to show that the Re Buturil Scott IKtl Richmond Ky March 5th 1891 Koblnson Jaoiea the war Ill to us w ith the highest recommen tiler on venport July 18 2i 30 and 31 Iowa laureate of Free masonry in the world to Mississippi a number of years ago and publicans bare lost their grip out there Bnrimrn Allhi Miss Hintih ATliornns Mr Chnter E Iee Winchester Ky idy Shishcr a Baaaaal lackey He is iatious Mr Weadling anya At the Highest Market Price Terrill Author Cure Jane Old Boy I saw Mayor Collins this City August 4 5 t and 7 Cedar Rapids has at last arrived at La Grange and been became a planter Not long since he Mr Miller says There Book News lie had a ierb talker Turner W Cochran Mary Le you August 11 12 13 14 Dubuque August placed in position and we are informed married Miss Fannie Shelby of Fayette forenoon and stated to him what CuuutnKham Hays VaugliD Lueler r named Squire and sisters named ictter talker in America than Ir had told me as coming from Chief At 18 19 20 21 Independence August 24 A charming portrait of Julien Gor- liter Joliu Mrs Vlle Mollie deposited ceme-Â¬ 1 A ulker Male E that the Grand Commandery of Ken- Â¬ The remains were Friday in the Sallie Polly and PI s of Cliff Hedley and From his testimonials we clip don the first that his been given to the Ulbaun Ed R Mrs tery this place last 25 20 27 28 29 Wiite Ua Miss to the Uibson tucky will be invited to unveil it on the is tersall relative Chilian does ye beab He is truly what he Whlitiik r Mollie 2 Harris Henry the following public graces March Book News Phila way in which he Collins had ignored E P Faulconer of Danville has sold day after the adjournment of the Grand Jackson Anna M MrsWi Toarista rcprci ented to be a brilliant orator a as the frontispiece Whtt AddUon Mrs Julien Gordon is Long John On It Dp prompt response of the Winchester for Thurman the Ky Co of Springfield Conclave in this city next May Frank- Â¬ Whether on pleasure bent or businrsas Wh F P HIQGINS 2c HERNDON vivid word painter a thorough eentle Mrs Van Renssalear Cruger of New Manton Carroll It i While Mary Miss Martin Fire Department to his apeal for aid to Frank Dodge Lansing Mich the Middlei borough Pemo- lioundabout fort should take on every trip a bottle ot 8yrup York Dr Hedley made the lest en man Mllcalf Patience Mrs Wilson J the author of A Diplomats 30 iS at the time of our recent big mill fire lerataad why it should lx- - that White Archie bay stall on Nuttalwood by Million Clark Dent Hoover for many years cashier of of Figs as it acts most pleasanth and Diary tertainment for our people we ever had and A Successful man both Miller Jasou Mayor Collins said tiiat he never sent Nutwood 218 dam Miss Ada by Al sja at U the First National Bauk atNicholsaville effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels novels recently published which have If he never did more than deliver The any such Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m telegram for he knew mont33 2d dam Mother Hubbard the s bushel it is shipped to Cincinnati Ky died very suddenly at his home in preventing fevers headaches and other won for themselves much popularity and Money order and registered letter hours Sunny Side of life1 his career would be a A PUBLIC - Id the town would burn all it wanted to at 10 i raster Record p It was replete with humor before a fire department could possibly dam of Aldine 219 Lister 225i and CÂ¬ that place at 4 oclock on Wednesday forms of sickness For sale in oc and for their author literary fame Through- prompt 7 a m toI 6 li m high one A id it puzzles WILLIS pm the Climax to under- by Johnston Toronto for 9000 Dan- morning after an illness of one hour He 100 bottles by all leading druggists sug- at the same time a thoughtful out the many pages of this number lull st in 1 why anthracite sells from the mines and reach us as nothing short of an hour ville cor Lancaster Record woke his wife up and said be was feeling Dr Hedley has fine abil- e theme There are 2500 freight cars loaded and as usual of latest news from the publishwould suffice to load a fire engine and and is IvaniaatfLM a ton Wednesday nighl the well known turf badly She gave him such -- emedies as an orator and left an impression empty on the C A O railroad between ing world and reviews of the newet bring a train 20 or more miles But man E L Isryel died at his home lichmond and sold at 1850 a Pa- Â¬ she had without giving relief and then which a ill insure him a large audience 0 that he the aforefaid Collins did write Thorndale Stock Farm Fayette county went across the street for a physician Covington and Maysville waiting for books are other portraits and illustraThis should be ever return to Denver transportation thy high water at Cincin Â¬ tions which add to the literary magaGarner thanking him for aged fifty four He came from New r to Mayor who came at once but too late Mr nati is causing the delay Bonds Endned is the last lecture of the series and we zine it his kindness and offering to pay for leans two years ago and bought the farm Hoover was living aud in a few moments T ic Hoard of Directors of the East would like fat Dr Hediev to have a large any extras or damage that the effort to on which he died He stocked it with Judge Mat Walton has been unani Â¬ The confectionery and restaurant firm File Playing Cards passed away He was a man who stood the women of South Tennessee Virginia a Railroad audii composed of S Co of S Dinelli get the Department ready might have promising thoroughbred mares and had cents in stamps or coin mously elected President of the Eastern Dinelli of Winchester Send ten 10 high for integrity and business ca- Â¬ iiimeiital Association N I ern rsed the and Joe Giun Svbtequently Mayor Collins occasioned Decorator has experi Kentucky Lunatic Asylum of Imp Prince pacity a polite and courteous gentleman to John Sebastian Genl Tkt and Pass Chevalier a fast son chigliani of Richmond doing business at w ill lose on the course and I know we B That certainly settles everything met Mayor Garner in Winchester Charlie as his stiliion and was a well who will the corner of Irvine anJ Second Streets EYERY this difficulty in using Pacific Ry Agt Chicago Rock Island be greatly missed Siceessfai Trailer sad work will go right along would all be sorry for that and personally and verbally thank Â¬ known character has this day dissolved by in Richmond J I Clark Manager The R N I ft R has disfiolpd the A B Hutchings of Danville who had mutual consent S Dinelli withdrawing The 600000 which Kentucky receives Chicago 111 for a pack of the latest ed him again and offered to pay any playing cards that such success the past summer in the Blue All accounts due the firm should be paid Wall Papers that while he may Belle for the through the direct tax fund is proposed smoothest slickest The sale of Palo Alto running arrangement with claim whatever and that a few minutes Mr Millers Lecture and all accounts find the paper that exactly suits to Joe Giunchigliani figure of 19000 was recently to be given to the SUUs school fund The ever gladdened the eyes and rippled Grass Circuit with Evangeline Minnie bmisville Snithern and is now thereafter they Collins and Gamer liandsome That amusing but at the same time the firm should be presented to telegraphed all ever the country It school fund probably needs the moiey along the fingers of the devotee to High Hixie McGregor and others writes I against payment affairs More trains were seen coming in the rear door his purpose he is compelled to instructive individual Jehu DeWitt now- - transpires that Miller Sibley re- worse than any other fund Truly enough Five Seven up Casino Dutch Euchre have used Quinns Ointment for some him for March 5th 1891 MTtler of Philadelphia lectured under of the Rees House office wiping their ceived in addition to the 19000 in gold Whist or any other ancient or modern time and think it superior to all others use for a border or tor the ceiling it can be used for the purposes of educa S DINELLI I the auspices of the Womans Confeder mouths and chewing parched corn Printing Office at Bern com the bay mare Alfaretta by Alcanta- tion and return better results and just at game anJ get your moneys worth five For Bogg Spavins and Curbs it has no JOE GIUNCHIGLIANI 39 43 something that is not exactly learn this latter fact from another source 11 it is in ate Monument Association at the CourtH Hinman of Berea ra Palo Alto ISelle has a Try it equal this time a new era is dawning in the ed- Â¬ times over it to a good au Â¬ Mayor Collins alias Jakeplain Jake record of 228 and a house Wedaen Â¬ what he wants but is the nearest rec ucation field The direct tax was sup Â¬ buy a press and other things The Kentucky Womens Confederate S Love Court- Â¬ Collins says he can not account for dience H Albert W Thompson a prominent to- Â¬ It ord Of 222j She is a full sister to Hin ported in Congress by Paynter W erea Monument Association has raised 0000 The ceiling is he can procure tegleet of duty in Mayor baa made on da Rose 2191 111 Boy 219 St Bel but will ship and Marriage and was delivered former being the oily toward the monument fund A site will bacco man of Woodford The only conferring with Chief Attersall concern- 2241 Chimes 2 30 and Bow Bells and Finley the the best field you have in a room lesides printing in his peculiarly good Style Democratic memler in the Kentucky clcl be selected and the corner stone probably assignment for 40000 drawback was the fact that he had once ing the F D unless it is that Mayors 232 being by Elx tioneer out of Beaui n who voted for it Messrs Caruth A red roan yearling steer disappeared for decorative treatment laid in May ture here anwrule are indifferent to small fry like tiful Bells baton delivered t Breckinridge Montgomery Stone Kllis from the streets of Richmond on March Stallion Aged Mule and Nice of F Ds led his re Â¬ Millinery Opening not broken but plain and re- Â¬ een doneprincipally and many of hi A public three day sale of California tioodnight Dicker son and McCreary County Court day A libera reward Three-7ear-01One of the Fire Department said to Mare d of much inter Mrs M F Stone will have an opening is a growing marks too vividly to le InBerea trotting stock oper cd in the American voted agaiust it Pott W N Eadbs quires ornament To meet them He advised early mar- Â¬ me recently that he was sorry the order stitute building New York March 3 This on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday and will ere long have a religious Doylesville Ky 38- Murat Halstead is rather superstition- March conditions that or request for the Department to come want I have for the present sea- Â¬ riages but upon the 23rd 24th 15th before Easter The barn of John B Thomson at Har Â¬ to Richmoud was countermanded as it first days sales were by William Corbitt He was present at the ISoard of Trade din- Â¬ She says the styles arc prettier than lor STALLZ02T John A Logan by Limbondence of mutual ticre ner in New York when Secretary Win several years but invites all the ladies to rodsburg together with three moles was ber Jim out of a Denmark mare em pleasure to of the San Mateo Stud of Wilkes stock John son had made to my order by the would have a Yonr Corner Let Wanted that the man be able t A Logan is half brother of Tom Covingof Richmond a first and comprised forty three colts fillies dom died so suddenly anil a few even- Â¬ burned last week the east a woman know how to cook show the people ton and is a first class saddle and harness largest factory in Treasury advert 39 40 and brood mares Among the sales were ings later he was a guest of the Gotham call and see for themselves horse and a No t breeder mat a woman class Fire Department something she 7 years old ne t Hardens Plowed in to davs Climax for a G special line in sets of special blk m 5000 Cognac Hind - Club at the dinner in Delmonicos A Garrard county farmer who has with heavy mane and tail if able to hire it done but has never seen leastwise I have never hh p posed Thoroughly and reasonably Hay colt 2 by After Secretary Windom died attheuble been a large grower of hemp feels quite The H7LS is a dark brown mare colorings and designs colored as He said witnessed a wonder of that kind Bo bIkeS3iOO how know mond agoodeorm C T Wills l 37- Woodford Queen mule 15 hands 3 inches high 7 or 8 veart of the Board of Trade dinner Mr Hal- - sore tliat the area to be pnt in this spring based goon as our Government Building is Wilkes dam a inarriaa whole for decorating an entire dani old Black nllv 1 by Sable Wilkes Dr Win R Pryor died at Georgetown looked around and saw that ttere will be largely reduced The prices are n pure done I mean to do the Herostratus act The ItfiJia is three years old by room La Tosea br f 1150 and tiests at the table At the not satisfctory as the beat figures now aged 69 years side wa you know burned the Woodford Queen ubic- - old Strathback Vol 8 he by Strathmore he 3 1250 Bay colt 2 by Sable Wi quoted for 1 jmcaster delivery is 425 Club dinner Mr Halstead sat Good front and back rooms on Main by Spauldings Abdalla 2nd Hitoga 3rd border pitied the old mams Temple of Diana at Ephesus just to Your careful inspe etarv Von n nil nntmk at once aire Mr Miller Gen Sherman and looking over the tltble with 450 for a strictly fancy lot The street suitable for young men Cheap Imp Glenoo dam by Trojan Jr he by 1 prais-give Mr Attersall ard the boys a chance dam Huntress 1700 es reason Old Trojan hemp ought to get hia seed at a Apply at Climax office Yours Trul guests at invited George Wilkes sired 69 performers in he saw that there were thirteen Can t you j in the band on 33 a good lot to ice and sell at least for 500 to other borse that the table also Mr Halstead was fidgety adTFor particulars apply to 230 or I GEO MWILL Anderson Rice of Boyle county died J C CHENAULT until another guest was placed at the ta Â¬ make him a good profit Lancaster Rc- ever lived made such a record Excuse haste in Texas West Bd At County Judges Office ble A night or two afterwards Gen these stars are trotters No horse Fkenui Tiptos HE CLIMAX Sew Physician tome weeks ago the Climax announced Dissolution of Fira rinil7 - T son-in-la- Â¬ - Â¬ T1e nnn of y- - Iinnelli Co doing a confectionery and restaurant business at tno corner of Irvine and Second streets place has dissolved Mr Ihnnelli withdrawing Mr Dinnelli lives in Winchester where be has a similar concerr He opened his house in Richmond four years ago and has done tin excellent bus- Â¬ iness but he cannot find time to devote to his interests here He is an agreeable and business like man and we dislike to see him sever his connection with the house In speaking of his retirement he I am exceedingly thankful to said to us the people of Kichuioncl and Madison county for their liberal patronage and it is with regret that I dispose of my busi ness here but I cannot find time from my home to look after it Mr Giunchig linni is a good man and I hope the people will continue their liberal patronage Joe whose other name you cant always recollect has been wonderfully successful and invites his numerous Mends and the public generally to call and 6ee him as of old Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RELIGIOUS or dead has more trotters or pacers com- Â¬ bined in the 2 li 4 than George WilkeB has trotters alone Harry Wilkes a son of George Wilkes trotted 169 heats in 230 or letter No other gelding or stallion that ever lived has equaled this record Oeorge Wilkes grcat gradsqn Free dom is the first yearling to trot in 230 or better No yearling that ever lived ever went even a private trial as fast as this George Wilkes grandsoo Axtell sold for more money 105000 than was ever jiaiil for a horse in any country in the history of the wold A daughter of ieorge Wilkes So So sold for more money at auction than any trotting brood mare that ever passed un- Â¬ der the hammer that was a breeder at the time she bringing 8300 at the Kit son sale of trotters in 18SS The highest priced brood mare ever sold either at public or private sale Alma Mater who was disposed of for 15000 owes her fame as a producer to George Wilkes three of her five 230 performers being Â¬ mi t Â¬ Â¬ k- Â¬ Â¬ L Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J0URNU Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ - Â¬ 1 w three-year-ol- Â¬ Â¬ four-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Emperor Wilkes I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5- lr Â¬ Â¬ 227 I Â¬ 5- Â¬ a -- i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ il Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i yy Â¬ Â¬ HH - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 4 Â¬ 3 hem Â¬ Â¬ CANNED GOODS Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LIST LETTERS FIELD SEEDS Ik Â¬ Him dont-care-a-ku- COME SEE ld Â¬ -f IBB Â¬ Notice Dissolution Combination of per Hangings Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ three-year-o- ld i Â¬ For Sale Â¬ -- Â¬ i - Â¬ Â¬ - -- L OLIVER PLOWS A GREAT FLOOD The Cumberland River Hieing an Alarming Bate Some Five Hundred Families Drowned Out ELlRD ON THB OHINB3H at sult o the visit of the sub eommittee of the immigration committee of tho house and senate to the Pacific coast to The Cumberland river is several feet invest gate the Chinese question The above the danger line at Nashville report says that the number of Chinese Tenn and is rising at an alarming in this country is decreasing in conserate exp erienced river men predicting quent of the Chinese exclusion act that the greatest flood ever known will although not as rapidly as the commit- Â¬ be there by Tuesday night Already tee dem desirable to the over five hundred families have been difficulty in enforcingthisbeingdue report the law The drowned out by the water and much the opinion that if the pres property destroyed owing to the sud- rxpreKses will not be denness of the rise Street car traffic has sntlawis strictly enforced itrace in the song before the Chinese on several lines The been abandoned The pan e at 10 oclock Sunday night United States will be extinct Chinese quarter in San Francisco is 46 S 10 shows which feet Â¬ Â¬ at Nhvllle for a Vlgorons En A Recommendation forcement of the Law to Keep Them Country Oat cf This Repi esentative Lehlbach Wednesday made a report to the house on the re-Â¬ Â¬ fc ssasiiV yr n feet below the disastrous flood of 1883 when half of the city was sul merged and property valued at hundreds of thousands destroyed ts from up river sustain the pre dietion that the present flood will be more disastrous than that of lb8i Tho severest rain storm for years has pre viiled almost throughout the entire state of Misssissippi during tho thirty six hours Five inches of rain fell at Vickabttrg- and the heav ainfall ever known is reported from many points The rainfall in Memphis Ttun and section ofthe south for the past few days is unpreee v five inches has fallen in Memphis during the past forty eight from the adjacent - even of as a pest breeder which be tolerated in any American community The Chinese are inveter ate j amblers and their lotteries the report says flourish to such an extent uch a that it seems im state of affairs could exist except with the connivance of the authorities The Chin man is describHl as having his Rood qualities and being industrious but tie c ommittee is of the opinion that to rescind the Chinese act would surely result in the whole Pacific coast being ovenun with Chinese with resultant serious labor troublesThe committee recommends that the present law bo kept in force and vigorously executed spoken shouli not Â¬ AWFTJL Srvei al Hundred AVonicii MASSACRE gen- Â¬ The entire lower part of Canton is under water and all trains on the Illinois Central road are delayed eral DOES BLAINE REMEMBER His Attention Called To the Congress of Matli iist uns Including Children Slaughtered ujr Their io eminent In the Most Terrible Manner nl UPOH -- SHACKELFORD DEALEKS IN ALL KINDS OF- - SILs nm American Nations JOY- - GENTRY innni do Hardware rc AND WAGON HUUUDUVfaiD BAKERS Fari inhinnr U J3 T UUUD BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering KicHMoxn Ky March 19 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40- - 890 W A POWELL FARLEY THE ONLY CORNER HOUSE CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND NER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS EVERYTHING IN THE COR- Â¬ KEEPS One of the oldest houses in Kentucky WROUGHT keeps IKON variety of for black LINE OF smiths KIMS WHEELS aud makers SPOKES for other supplies CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING n Iest uk mak Fine FARMING IMPLEMENTS Underware Hats Gloves Valises Umbrellas lot ammunition Iqnarten for FIELD SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE and Lest brands of STAPLE GROCERIES Call And See My t costs you Beads SALT LIME and CEMENT WF to the boose where and your fathers lit grandfathers If a nothing to loot through their century The Heraldo of Madrid in an article knx against a supposed scheme of the Inited States governmeut to an nex the island of Cuba says Mr Iilaine ought to recollect that the congress of American nations plainly proved that Spanish Americans are not dis posed to allow themselves to be absorb Â¬ ed by he gTeat northern republic The people of Cuba it says are strongly Spanish and are equally opposed to Incoming a part of the United States bly with the exception of a few tradesmen there is no one on the island who is at all desirous of annexation Spain the Heraldo continues would Wheeling Ladies Danger shed her last drop of blood in resisting Much excitement eists in Wheeling any attempt to deprive her of her colony fearing neither a Cuban revolu- Â¬ W Va over recent mysterious assaults tion nor a war with the United States on ladies in the southern part of the city Tuesday night Mrs Susan Meller was found in an alley with her dresa The Big Air Ship Arrangements have been completed and other clothing torn off and uncon-scie-u- s for the construction of the large air Miss Clara Dodenstein was also ship by the Mount Carniel Company asaulted and her clothing torn off The exposition building Chicago has Monday ni ht two other ladies were been leased for three months The served in the same way south half of the building is being in close3 and within this space the big Trouble In the Whnolaugnsla ship will le completed A large quanMiss IVsha the founder and secretary tity of aluminum has been ordered from of the Wimodaturhsis a womans educa- Â¬ Pittsburgh for the purpose Inventor tional club of Washington city has re- Â¬ Pennington declares that within sixty signed followed ral other days the ship will be ready for its trial southern ladies on account ofthe adflight and a few passengers will be car- Â¬ mission of a colored girl to the benefits ried on its first trip to New York A of the school thorough test will be made after it has Love 7Ials Hint Irnane been finished Sylvan lis K d forty eight ir 111 Trichina Killinr Iowa People whom The terrible trichina is doing deadly He fell in lewe with a woman need aud work in Ida county la Two more he had ai v us re- Germans died Saturday making five al- Â¬ when he widow er together in the past week It is thought with two il more will die About a dozen A Crooked 2ook Xeepcr of the afflicted ones are improving and K 8 llodson a book keeper of Pitts- Â¬ will probably recover A leading phy- Â¬ two forgeries sician has examined the patients thor- burgh Pa is oughly and says that about 75000 of one of raising a check of g a check of 4i to deadly parasites cist in every acd t cubic inch of muscle in the patients bodies Yellow Fever in Brazil Official information received at tho A nether b Awful Deed Mrs Sarah Uelknap at Harden Hen Â¬ London foreign office shows that yellow derson county Tenn crept into the fever is increasing in ttraxfl sleeping room of her two daughters North Carolina Bedistrlcted Mary and Ella and cut their th The redisricting of North Carolina and then cut her own The tragedy al purposes provides for ered until morning A for ci one Republican elistriet ely summoned a revived for a short time and tl Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ -tI j Â¬ Nt ws of a horrible massacre comes frorr Madagascar Kamiasatra governor of the province of lielanond resenting a petition from the populace to the government to defend them from JTs cruelties persons massacred Including men women and chil- Â¬ dren to the belonging leading The slaughter continued famlies for several days The ag onies of the ictms were in many eases protracted SoDcetimes their limbs were gradually dismembered their hoads were sawn off and their bodies were thrown to the dogs Many of the women were outmged The survivors were forced to erect a trophy composed of the heads of tae victims Popular fury has caused the government to announce that the offenders will be punished my choice stock and I am sure you will be pleased - for her terrible act The children are 33- W W L PARLEY to HiUlons Involved The ptcd reso lutions of respect to the memory of Jef Â¬ ferson Ia Cottcn Crop Short To the Memory of Jefferson Darts A POWELL John Farley The U at Charleston S an injunction restraining the J their licenses from state aut og phosphate in ti river ihate CL titution estimates will be half a million ount of backward ress Train Suscestiona by an Emi- Â¬ nent Authority After being well planted trees in a Â¬ northern climate should have the earth around them stirred quite often in the early summer months and occasionally They through the entire summer should also be mulched with green Â¬ weeds half rotten straw or any sub Â¬ stance which will retain moisture A friend of Robert W Furnas having purchased a variety of trees for a park asked for instructions in regard to their planting and after care He replied by telling him 1 Do not expose the roots of any tree to a warm or cold drying wind let them stay packed with damp straw in your wagon taking them out will be augmented and the cause of ed as wanted and planting one at a time ucation greatly assisted Judge Beck 8 Do not crowd your trees into small ner submitted a resolution to this effect deep holes but provide for each one a JEWELER hole large enough to take in the roots WITCH in the convention the other day The recent floods in the Kentucky in their natural position and with some river floated out half a million feet of room to spare 3 If the soil is thin DEALER IS black walnut logs that had been cut in and poor plow or dig out at least ten Letc her county by a sewing machine inches of the clay sub soil and fill up company For years that part of Ken with good black surface soil from tucky has supplied the sewing machine under a tough sod or take sod and all Watches Clocks Jewelry 8ilver aud manufacturers with their walnut tim- and chop up with a spade in the bot- Â¬ Plated ware etc Special ber The supply seemed almost in- tom of the hole thus making a rich exhaustible At first the buyers had a bed of good black dirt to set the attention given to tree on and so to work in and cover bonanza in the field The mountain4 Bear in mind that eers knew nothing of the real commer- the roots cial value of the immense quantity of if the place where you want to plant DIAMONDS walnut tiinlxr around them and the your tree is not favorable to growth that now is the time to make it so not agents bought trees and timbered land at almost their own price But that after two or three fruitless attempts AND OTHFR PKEfTOUS bTONFs 5 Remember that a day has passed in most places and Is and failures rapidly passing in all others and the tree will be sure to starve and die with- Â¬ walnut timber is lieing made the source out plant food and moisture and that of no inconsiderable revenue in parts of this can not be found in or contained by 6 a hard tough clayey subsoil eastern Kentucky Keep in mind the fact tiiat most trees Promptly done aai in a workmanlike following fourth elass postmasThf be planted on prairie manner ters were appointed a few days ago for do not require to three or four inches deeper Kentucky W Huff Clover Fork Har- soil a mound than of good soil corresponding lan county vice M Huff resigned M but Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver tree Biddle Davidson Nicholas county vice to the size of theor f urand hole should be built un tliree inches higher W R Davidsen resigned E T Reed Dont toret the place next door 7 surrounding Gibson Larue county vice J Ewen re- Â¬ than theoften with horse surface Cultivate power where to the Pout office Kietinouil Ky signed Addie B Campbell Hunners is possible leaving 30- ville Greenup county vice Nettie M it even to assist in the ground smooth and retaining moisture Craynor resigned B Hunt Hnntsville After July 1st mulch freely with green Butler county vice Ellen F Abbott or resigned R P Pck Lowes Graves weeds flat half rotten straw or cover with a rock or any substance which m DV -- rt I F Carrico resigned J county vice will retain moisture in a dry season 200 N Ketron Moores Creek Jackson Water thoroughly once a week through I FOR county vice M L Pennington resigned l snfcl August or until rain comes to your re- Â¬ Udifs J T Wilson Pink Jessamine county lief You will find in tree planting as n nu HISV vice W II Wheeler resigned J E in nearly every V thing else that work 2nn Rhea Rio Hart county vice W H thoroughly done is the most satisfactory Wilson resigned and profitable Never use a spade to A Westers Kentucky physician merdig holes for planting trees where a M0YS Â¬ its the palm for frankness He pub- plow can be employed Western Rural lishes a card in the local paper saying 175 that he has acquired the morphine hab-Â¬ f aP hi Cal EARLY POTATOES it and asking the encouragement and To Seeore Vigorous e Growth Labor Most SEs prayers of his friends to help him over- Â¬ Not Be Spared come it Sometimes it is an item to have po- Â¬ The city election passed off quietly at Paducah the other day and resulted tatoes for market very early When in a elefeat to the democratic party this is the case care should be taken to select a piece of land that is well Yi i er independent republican beat Johnson democrat by over 400 major- Â¬ drained loamy and readily prepared in snrt ther special 4 i I sT Potatoes need a deep K ties for Oendemen ity The new council stands Demo- Â¬ a good tilth fJ K Ladictcarewar preparation and a thorough cultivation rantpd anc no stamped on bottom Address crats eight republicans four The In order to receive a vigorous W L UOlliLAN Uracklss Msm Sol J by growth election was under the Australian balUet a good early variety Early Sun- Â¬ lot system rise and Charles Downing are both Â¬ The Powell county jail was completegood early varieties ly destroyed by fire the other morninj good quality Good seed having caught from a defective flue in la Get seed ofin necessary order to secure a vigorthe second story ous thrifty plant It is much easier to N Cominoore the new revenue keep vigorous thrifty plants growing collector took charge of the customs than to induce a weak sickly plant to office for the Sixth Kentucky district at grow welL Covington a few days nro Prepare the soil weU and then work out the rows running the plow deep RABBIT TRAPPING Take a forkful of fresh manure from Cat Out This Article and Save It for Toor the horse stable and put where each Boys hill of potatoes is to be planted put on I How many boys long to catch the this about two inches of rich fine soil rabbits whose tracks they tee in the and then drop the seed on this and light snow as they go to school or when cover three or four inches deep at least Main and First Streets going across lots to feed at the stack or pressing the soil down well upon the Corner chop in the woods All through the seed winter months these rabbits or more Keep the soil in a good tilth so as to RICHMOND KFN 1TCKY properly hares make delicious dishes secure vigorous growth Thin out as They increase in number rapidly and soon as the plants make their appearshould be on the farmers table or 6ent ance above ground leaving not more to market at least once each week A than three good vines to each hiU The quickly made trap is the cask pitfall benefit of the manure is that it keeps A barrel or half barrel will illustrated the soil somewhat warmer and also afÂ¬ make two if sawn in halves Each head fords good drainage two items in se Â¬ must of course be securely fastened In curing an early germination and start place Then for the open end make to grow In this way a supply can be day and another head and leat it firmly so it obtained earlier than by almost any carefully compounded will not split apart This head must other way of outdoor planting St night hv an experienced physibe a quarter of aa inch smaller aU Louis Republic around than the barrel and must be cian anil pharmacist hung on two heavy wire nails put EXPLAIN THEMSELVES through gimlet holes in the sides of the barrel It must no balance but must Two Excellent Sketches ot Three Horse Whlffle Trees be centered so it will rest on the third A correspondent sends to the Orange nail at one side To set the trap sink it to the top in a snow bank or in a de- Â¬ Judd Farmer the two whiffle tree They are pression in the earth and fill around it sketches here illustrated self explanatory and can be made by any one handy with the few tools re- Valuable Â¬ Â¬ that town a tabooed spot for the noble army of vagrants tramping and stationary Thk United States census shows Cov ingtons population to be 87375 but the assessors report makes it 44874 The police commisioners talk of having the police take a true census as they are of the opinion that Covington is not re ceiving her just dues in this matter What will Kentucky elo with her SfiOO 000 of restored direct tax Judge Beck ner proposes that it be placed to the credit of the common school fund the state to execute bond for Use same and turn the cash to building a capitolor any other purpose deemed proper by the people In this way the school fund TREES AND PLANTING aTn A D RUFF mwsEocntr WCToddB 111 Main St below First StaphiiFnyEi Queensware Glassware Tinware Hardware Hie Woodenwarec4c A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CANNED OOODs Tobacco and Cigars We COUNTRY PRODI highest nai FETTINQ REPAIRING Â¬ your K Â¬ en buy your Ot wctode ny sftsssssssssF- t30 GORMLEY HAS IUVW im Ipl sssssssssKtatAssV -- jlill s ill s fl75 Ais FINEST LINE 0F W L DOUGLAS f afilssss SaddEery AND- - Â¬ JACK FREEMAN 1 PowersHagan DRUGGISTS Trotting Horse I RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD PRESCRIPTIONS WCGormleY 1891 SEASON I 1891 DRUGS ssssss W -V CL Medicines p Chemicals VATICAN 11308 Vara race CARRIAGES voh TJxTAOQUAIlCTED WITH TEX GEOGHAPHT OF THE COUWTHY WILL OBTAltf MUCH VALUABLE nJTOEMATIOH rEOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF I will ma ire in m Til ween near ami four tx i TOILET ARTICLES Vatk an record Ii 3ss9 A ft S A Sg If rmr A f I UdtlV II1U LIIUICIU lliltilllOia and firearms v aa defeated in tha senate in executive session Wed- NEW PHOTONS The iy morning n to Cntr Gordon Joins the Farmers its ratification was based upon a num- Â¬ lator joined tha NEW CARRIAGES ber of reasons such as fears of en Â¬ lay tangling alliances interfering with pri- Â¬ fannei vate business enterprise d the NEW SDRRIES KENTUCKY STATE NEW lnajeirity in opposition to ratification NEW SULKIES was decided Coiomr M C Wilson has brought init at Covington against Capt Alex- Â¬ Secret Cremations My vehicles are all new and of the The remarkable secrecy observed dur ander Montgomery fur slanderous reing the cremation of Emma Abbott two ports concerning the alleged brutal viy ImU--- pallerna They re fin oil Ilit nibl e iiull It rms If yen weeks ago ha s caused a change in Pitts conduct of the coroner at the wreck of Sherlock when holding the inquest wuht it vehicle CtMDe and see ine Mid burgh city regulations It has been JfUN wont gi home without one decided a dangerous privilege to ere- - on the body of Mrs McLean He asks 35OO0 damages 5 JOHN DONEION tely and hereafter a public The Union lumber eompsiny of Clay permit must e taken out as in ce a burial John Coffey the murderer- - City has maele an assignment to the suicide was also quietly disposed of in Columbia finance and trust company of Louisville The lumber company has a l this way ir sawmill at Clay City which cost 350 A NEW BUGGIES cnn The Anti Slavery Treaty Defeated The Brat ty for the suppres- i 1 ae iF with leaves where rabbits run A few grains of corn scattered like the spokes three horse whiffle trekb to a wheel and leading to the tub as a Tie ironcenter will attract the game to their quired in their construction doom Some plump kernels may be ing can be demo by the viU ge black tacked on the cover on the side opposite smith at small cost The double hooks to where it rests on the extra nail on inside ends of single trees in Fig 1 Bnnnie will step on the top of the trap should work freoly through hole or for this bait when it will suddenly up-Â¬ better still by puUing in end of the set and in he wUl go and have to stay ingle tree until taken out by his captor A little Bleached Frnlt UnhealthfaL snow or ice frozen on the cover will Director Hilgard of the California make the deception more complete station believes that the public should Sometimes the trapper will be agree Â¬ be taught to p jefer healthy ably surprised by finding a plump par- high flavored fruit to the sickly brovn tridge In his pitfall Hollister Sage in chemically tainted product of tintedthe aulCountry Gentleman phur box When freshly sliced fruit is treated with sulphurous acid for a ORCHARD AND GARDEN short time the effects are slight yet Be prepared to plant onions at the nch as to protect the fruit from in- Â¬ Â¬ BCOBS ALBUMS c sire of Milt exhib sire of Light 2 40 reord 2 at in 2 r s McGregor u mile 2 old tri mo oiil in POWERS HAGAN 4 WE KELP Â¬ re Â¬ raiiii sm AND 1 brothers jrear old race record and Vatican 1 rear old race record 35 46 B Red Jim public ti sire of Belle Vara worlds record in a race of linht Ha I yeai of Venice ic-i-- i ire of June I a bv Qneen sire ot Brown 4 able to ti colt of his a TERMS 100 cash witli the of breeding t 0 Vanco and Vatican ai us Ihi Boston Bobbys Great Expectations HARDWARE H K B A a THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST TRCM THE MISSOURI RIVER - ROCK ISLAND Including- main lines branches and extensions East and West of the MiBaourTRlver To all points Bast North ana Northwest ft m v l6Jnl D ivenport Dos Moines Chlcasro a BOUTE to Spirit Lt Ae Pipestone Wortliinirton town Minneapoit St Paul and intervening towns enort direct route In connection with lines from 8t Louis C LouisviUe Naahyille aid Eastern and Southorn poinds Cjiidrsiac ut Kanaaa City it also constitutes THE CHICAGO MMg PAOIFiO IIIBVAY a ii ta Tl 3 the yoiniWjiBB Ij V1 - Wn5Sl L1THOSINH xlncimenti 60 Dotes S200 29 Dibeueoli Policeman Samuel A Spooncr of Boston expects in the course of a year tc come into possession of property on Oraya Inn road London Eng valued at from 92500000 to 10000000 Spexmcr returned from London the other day w here he received assurance that he would obtain the property in question it being his by the law of primogen iture In the United States court at Wilkes barre Pa Wednesday Frank Shunol lowski was convicted of placing 83 in an envelope and addressing it to M A Dauphin New Orleans The sentence was S5 fine and costs of prosecution This is the first conviction under tho lottery law Fined for Addressing Dauphin 000 C T WELLS KK j Dr J T LEE SI Wocdbura A v Cincinnaii It traverses vast areas of the richest farming- and gTazlnfIn tha pvrtec- of yoria lormlnsr the speediest most popular end conomfjallands transportaaontoandfrom all citle6 towns and sections in K I aJUM indian Torntory FRE and rodfire Chair Care b City and CaldweU Hutchinson City an 1 axace Sleeping- Cars to and from Wichita tr a EutcMnsoc S5i REMOVAL I - MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Loading alleompetitors n spiondor of pqipment cool In summer warraed v ni aa trom i j h onrotiv in wimar well and vrtiatoci trains Ivc fr Kansas iU of froevh cia1 - HAVE MOVED MY inje and onlyrt important i2- -ilus stauons SP Ksasas andPueblo making- stopsjrcish Hotels at corin Colora ions ww of Kansas City St Joseph inr i i tleiicious meals w reasonable hours and at moderate and pr THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE CvMa5Stuf1e6Peal1 the Garden of the Gods Cascade G een Mountain Idano springs tne mountain parks mining camps and iities si hunting and fis ung- grounds and scenic attractio vestibule Express Tiains ere oqulppod with every moden toot can add to safety convenience comfort and laxuriruake cl se c nnsctlons at terminal cities in Colo ado n with tho Denver and Bio Grande Colorado Midland Union I exas and Port Worth and all other tUvcrg ing lines kete Maps Tin yeetern rrau s ofthe cuHued - rB A Nice Bute cf Affairs At Carbon Hill Ala the scene of the to my new building on Third Street where I hae every facility for doing the recent riots numbers of the gang se- Â¬ best of work more rapidly than ever be- - crete themselves in the bushes and fire fore into railway passengers with Winehes be pleased to see all my old pa tei rifles The waiting room of the tronsand many new ones depot was fired into and a dozen houses Remember I have moved to Third have been robbed 019 Threats have been et bet Iivine and North Streets made to kill heading citiz S L MIDRIFF The Popes Condition Exciting- Anxiety i i- Blacksmith Shop nv of the board of commissioners of the eastern Kentucky lunatic asylum vice ILn Z Gibl Skverai citizens of Dixon have filed articles of incorporation for the purpose of mining ccal which is in abundance in Webster county The capital stock is placed at present at 30000 but it may be increased A shaft will have to be sunk to reach the best coal Pknsiovs for Kentucky Mcrrett Madison Jasper C Roberts George Me Guire E Owen Win 11 Mullens Wm Pierce Jr John W I ieltz James F Ellis Wm Lucas Jro OHryan In- Â¬ crease Richard C Mebly John D Per kinson Theoelcre C Arons Reissue John W Hall Reissue and increase Mason H Power Albert Alcorn Cyrus E Watkin bl the circuit court at Newport F Wallingford got a verd t the Louisville and ville railway for 5C00 Wallingford received some injuries in an accident on the road last Â¬ ed president J i doe Mat Walton has been elect- Â¬ Â¬ year I monthly cr ruriwr owsir E ST JOHN OmcrJ ttmasat OHICAOOILL JOHN SEBASTIAN Csa ITieist ft Pan Agent Slf n m lsi I aick the pope has again deferred nam- ican bis pope is and s believed to Two of his Italian cardinals being at his hi rth Broadway Lexington at an early hour the other day by cutting his thr at fivm ear to ear withv pocket knife He suiciele Pat DovlojT aged 47 committed had been fcpremiu of the Wolf malting house for a numl er of years No cause and anxi Franco and I in excites DR O W EVANS G W EVANS JR irard Lis Fair Ucial near lates tho atti-isla- G W Evans ID RICHMOND Son COLLECTORS fee m good of arsenic in a gi ffects ci rl Boyd Kirkpatrick in neai was a bv Germany at the Worlds Fair At 0f merchants M offer for sle an ax his fore- C the ESTATE AGENTS missioned a few days ago com N Ar- Â¬ On street cat line V PICR1 KY Steam Thrasher kW and Kirks leter- t of the and i the pay- - first opportunity Wood ashes makes the best top dress ing for the onion lied If there is any coubt about the qual Â¬ ity of the seed test them Evebt the smallest 6eed will germin Â¬ ate better if covered lightly Raspberry plants should be put out as early as the soil will admit Is pruning all large wounds fshould be covered with white lead and oU Buckwhsat is a good crop to grow in the orchard to help build up fertUity A little work now In providing good drainage will help in getting the seed in early So fab as possible all the manure ap- Â¬ plied in the garden should be thorough-Â¬ ly rotted and fine Onions lettuce pease beets radish and spinach can be sown as soon aa the soil can be worked Sow ob plant every thing in straight rows and sufficiently far apart to use the garden cultivator Mix the radish seed using an early medium and lato variety in order to keep up a succession Br using the garden seed drill seed is distributed more evenly in the row and is covered more evenly It is important in the garden and orchard to get this work all done in sea Â¬ son planning ahead wiU aid in this Mnt a few rndish seeds with tho asparagus rhubarb and parsnips so that the weeds will not hide the plants In the garden the best plan of apply- Â¬ ing commercial fertiUzers is broadcast- Â¬ ing In the garden especially it is difficult to get the soil too rich Plant the garden so as to have all of the ground occupied during the grow Â¬ ing season There is no advantage in planting any kind of garden seed when the soil is wet a Do sot calculate on making the garden all nt once A good garden should furnish a supply aU through the season kale kohl rabi celery salsify and cau Â¬ liflower are all good crops but not so raised as they should be St Â¬ j i When thoroughly sulphured after drying however the fruit Is in- Jured in flavor and worse still sul-phurio acid is formed in sufficient amount to be injurious to health By analysis sulphured apricots have been found to contain 233 per cent of sul- phuric acid or IS grains oil of vitriol per ponno and prune- - 340 per cent of sulphuric acid 25 grains per pound In most countries of Europe the sale of sulphured fruit is forbidden United States Department Report a a Betrayed People who are sly should also be dis creet A lady who had a servant some- Â¬ what given to curiosity inquired upon returning from a visit one afternoon Did the carrier leave any mail Mary Nothing but a postal card maam Whom is it from Mary And did you think Id be reading it maam said the girl with an injured sects For Sal Our Goods are of txcellent quality and our PRICES REASONABLE G T WELLS Coal Yard in T CO TlieOul Repairing of Tinwre t LowEaites SPECIALTY OF A Only a square from the Court dont liave to fend away the depot You saw i Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ ing Stoves UftMtiojhftTi Soft Coal and Antnracite Nat and Lamp Coal XnH at MveiV old lumber 3 next to Hecoiil Prestyieria Quickest delivery in loan- L prices Try 11- air CLAUDE SMITH 17- - CO Perhaps not but any one who sends me messages on postal cards is stupid and impertinent thats all Youll excuse me maam said the servant loftily but thats a nice pur ty way to be talking about your own mother Youths Companion On the l ullmao First Porter Dat is a mighty mean man Second Porter Why First Porter He handed me a five dollar bill this morning an actually ast me to git it changed Munseya Weekly A Prudent Man An Elkton Md man feared that he might be buried be Â¬ fore he was reallv dead and ho the i fore directed in his will that his body snouia oe Kept lor forty days tu a abed built for tho purpose He wanted a bottle of water beside him a latch on the inside of the door and a roof slant ing to the west Fie la now lying in the abed Detroit Free Preaa Secret of tha Business What doing since he left Â¬ 0n J Civil A 6 CITY WILLIAMSON Eeii 29-- C T WILLS ae CA Engineer and Surveyor Surveys made for Hallway Tiiru pikfa kiiaduayti Estimates given Ac Farm draingr Town Lota laid oft- FOR SALE SWISS COTTAGE to 10 feiot 5 rooms alley Orchard Ilallie I GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Ql sECOTTAGK 1 euct solicited with parties interested 6roomeat lots a in surveys of land in mountain cotin tie of Kentucky atiJ Ornce Citv Hall Richmond Kv 9-- Lint retraced Special attention given and On ets to liMigiitjliical maris ami n as of TWO FRAME in farms anil other ItMi CorrenposMt venue elegant 1 - Threi treet on 5OX BUIUWHG whole on I BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY The Maditon County P at the drug store of Stockton Si THRKEGOOD BUILDING v 60 fee Powells 01 ad IssTFoi prkea on anv A Buy bc1 and exchange Real Estate and give attention to tl KeaJ Estate and general collection business in all of its detail lisst vtiiir nrnrwrtv at in- fnr i viuiii tniaiuu Voliru in i - r w ter to the So Separator 12- - Verms ea J iae eh you are a Harvard man Hpele to or Judge dications rn newspapers Richmond a large number of 15iSts and Testaments The offer them at cutremelv low prices to those who are able to buv and propose to ive them away to a t able to n ugh see that out the county are re the poor of their res t are product court has made Applicant Yes I was champion boxer Editor WeU Ill give yon a place Youll do to lick stamps I guess Harpers Ba Of Course They ro Mra Tabby Dont coarse expressions s Gabb Jar up Mrs Gabb You bet the do Jury j CRUTCHER 49 48 Mad Nat Bank President fY v j4a yksjaw EsaV MS nS Ml rufirKaaa f urrJi ZZrzz T 1 tm - haAS aSBBBBBBl s