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Digital page images are linked to the text file. am I II 4W aga W ff ffl The Mississippi Floods L A Bad Â¬ VOLUME III A RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY WARNING I iii SPARKS FROM THE WIRES Items ot Interest Int In Convenient form For the Hurried Reader A 3 - year - old child was burned t death at Indianapolis Â¬ Ohio legislators are tryiug to socuro final Of the Cherokee Strip By Thouadjournment April 14 sands of Booniors Mrs Harrison and party nrriviyl at St Augustine Fla Friday A McKecsport Pa preacher named Mans- Troops Sent After Them to MARCH 19 1890 I w Shows th t Uty NUMBER 10 Forecast of Conoress Probable BLAIRS X TO RAILWAYS Program of Both BILL Branches EDUCATIONAL lie Taken on ThU Mmiure Inring the to De IMs k Klrrtion Contests V pasrd of in the House Other WashingWill Mtirh Iibriw4 Â¬ ton Vir starch rbi tie I 1 17 The ration of ar- - iiitoiinitnitij - ig week until Thur had un ler an Mr Ikabkti Itii threatened to an- some other meas- - I There is a rid of it for it lias - nt ion of the 6enfe to the r important businej- - for tkfi now Tlie fate of tba n iSlciiiatical Mr Blair claims m by a small majority h and Faulkner who a ir at interest in the oppo- to lay it Math tiat the senate Mnito j are aj6ur i tluU several for the meas- tun will vote against it this are counting on the n from the new stat s to de Mr Haw lev Ls hooked for a the bill this week Mr Kvarta il debate It haj n Thursday at 2 be iven tne floor hial apjieal in be 3 i of the Uheve tliat there is a iiit iehite ir luil liaj bi for jreceknce ral important bwn taken un n the final U 1 ij on it e having in charge undervaluations bill was ml uoii it wiih a view to re-t tii tinauoe mmmittt e at Tuexlav forenoon in - in time to with t any other measure may claim right of way of the h r measures which ill Anions presented an- - the bill for the ad- f Wyoming into he uui i v itic railroad funding bill the tan anti trust bill and the Hale bill for the in retse of the naval lishniert The Montana election cae ill be reported to the senate early next meek and it wili hate right of way if the committee feels dis poed to pr but i will likely go over for a week at least The urgent detici n v bill tin first of the appro nation lulls to reach the calendar is now pcodiag and it will ha taken up fore tlie end of the week and passed without much delate In the secret s sion the llolph com mittee may brng up something new although what it will agree uon is not to the members of tlie commit--- t the examination cf witnesses has The committee has not been concluded A isasSftet ri a new tack recently for The Washington Star who was called before the totnmtttee denied th it said in conversation with the anus of tle penal that he tell the lolpi aOBSBBJMaa where I were if ret aesi jiemberoof the ouiuiiulko would raw It is understood the com ckawai tliat tlus statement can be controverted and tiiat it ha- dis l nasi il the pus ioilty of having the reindicted for perjury Other mat he debated in secret session - trie r the nonuration of district judge an 1 attornev for the northern ii- rlatifnv Mr t ail has jziven 110 it he will ask the senate that these nominations be considered with oiet His suggestion doesnt meet with favor and the nominations will likely be considered in tecret session In the house tlie direct tax bill the measure that caused the long dead lock in the house last year is to be brought up ior consideration by the juiiciiiy me iiav tliis week The comi ion case of Mudd vs be Fifth district of Mary up either Tuesdav or Thursday if nothing intervene wni Ik1 push d to a conclusion by the leHiilicaus who will seat Mr Mudd There is promb e of another bitter Jarty ie over this ca e On Tue iay n committee exe ts to lake action oa the case of Boweu vs Buchan an of the tenth district of Virginia and the re is a chance that it will aio be br lusiht up in the house and disposed of before the week lias passeJ T tlay is the day on which committees arc privileged to brinr up bilLs and have them dijo el of under suspension of rules JSaturJay will be devoted to es on the life of the late Represen Â¬ tative Oay of Louisiana There - a ility that pension bills will le it up for consideration and tlie outlook fat for a busy wi ek tk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iÂ¬ Â¬ fentardayc Home lroeoedine bjsajaa WaauaOTOX March 17 h Saturday rolulions wer 1a- information aJ ine I railroad ritig in re i and money h gurd t4 tlie fa commani of tlie war department to guard tlie levees of the Mississippi river v hat steamers in be Used to rescue e unimportant terri ai tails were ta- s and the Keiiev obseipuies consumed the balance time until adjournment Kulogiea on - pronounced bv lepresetatives ONeiil Mi Kmley Hoi man Mills Cannon McKeuna Kyburn hers s nate was not in session Father Kelley vf Sands was before the committ urday lie denied jiarts of Mr Kurtzs testimony and aaid he pave Wood as his authority for the statement about kv ernor Campliell inter viewing President orernor Foraker denied Cleveland that Sands quoted Wood to him Italtot Ilox In ve ligation Kennied Washington 17 March Colonel I lalt loi investiKating of incinnati Two Unknown Me Homed to Ileath Johxstowjj Pa March 17 At a late hour Thursday ng it fire broke out in a frame building at Bridge No 0 on the Â¬ Pennsylvania raiiroad six miles east of here Tlie building was used as a sleep Â¬ ing apartment for the laborers em ployed in rebuilding the viaduct at that jioint which m aa destroyed by tlie flood Two men whoso names are as yet unknown were burned to death several other j injured Wealthy Man and Wife Murdered Davkxpoet Iowa March 14 The lit- Â¬ tle town of Brown a station on the Chicago Ifarwaahne and St Paul raii- Â¬ road in Clinton county was the scene ofntrag Henry Nurre a wealth farmer was found murdered in his home and his wife fatally woun A reward of looo it for tlie murderers as to whom there is no Â¬ Oklahoavaa Kejoiee GcTHRIE I T March 14 The news viioma hi of the passage straLous of rejoicing Fireworks weri paraded the streets healed by brasa handa and carrying the National Hags souare and houaj wt event Crowds of men public nd private led in honor of the L Kztoudiac o Itiotlur Mine WiijEBHABaE Pa March 14- Hot uth Stanton mhv doned for Wilkeaharre afa A the damest The extent of 30 wn- - But They Have No Retarding KHect on The Invaders are the Movement Armed and It Is Not Likely They Will He Ousted at All Stampede of t ntle on Sieht of the Thousands of People Claims Staked Out AkkynsysCity Kan Mirch 15 On to the strip That was the signal for the invasion of the Cherokee outlet by the anxious lioonicr- who have been gathered on lha lorder of the strip It echoed around the outlet from midnight until dawn Friday morning and when the sun rose over the promised land the All day the invasion had fairly begun long lines of canvass covered prairie schooners with their many crews drew their lengtlis into the coveted land Twrntv Thousand ot Em It is estimated that from the different eople points of entrance fully 8000 have passed the border and half that number staked their claims The strip is invaded No The invasion came with a rush Philadelphia f jr criminally assaulting a gir one exptvl it not even the settlers named Waana r themselves The tenants of the strip A strike of all trainmen on tha Chicago waruing the Cherokee Live Stock association ani and Etstem Illin iu railroad excopt engi- the agiit i were taken entirely unEERTHA ELPS MURDERER neers is probable awares Chef Maye3 of the Cherokee Part of a bril fell at Glenn Falls Y nation had placed at the disposal of the Re U Itegninlng to Kealice the Terrible Two men at work on it wera drowned and former a contingent of Indian police to ifct iu Stare for Him several are missing drive out occasional settlers bit this wa i Lavaatm In March 17 Young Asz A temporary in j nuct ion haj bam granted entirely too insignificant a force to o man who is to pay thi penalty of his at Newark O agmiaat the iama of tWOOC pose the invaders and they were power-le-- a crime within the walls of the Northern iniprovemeiit bonds to cope with the stream of immi- Â¬ May 81 unless iovernor The Kentucky boMBa hu passe 1 the senate grant invasion ovcy interferes is beginning to break hul eompalheg witnesses to laattfyla the Trjops Useless down under the strain of his confine- Â¬ lottery investigation The government so far as known had Tii youthful murderer of lx r ha ment The n xt invention of the National taken no precautions to arrest a pOMthla Elf baa a1 o it giva up ad hope of ex- Â¬ League of Musieians will be hell in Mil movement of the setters and it was not ecutive clemency bbmI a vavenai of the waukee ii Murch 1S91 until early Friday mominr that the milverdict bj the supreme ooari Hetaqeite Capt Cornelius McDade was found dead at Al itary appeared upon the scene irt ij ent ni Ipaavlf most of bus time lehtowu Pi havhig fallen on his face- on Burbank in command of a binall force in teadinv the Bihla lie says he is of United State regulars at Oklahoma thflvraji sail catei to liL- - fat1 City marched his force into the strip A s ndicte of Mexicau capitnlists prop is Aaxaaan is f re juently vFited by his building a hotd ia the City of Mexico tt Thursday niht t slay the progress of mother a old lady who tlie Isomers having been so ordered by cost not les than J000000 so in- - to r alize the predicameaa In r bob is in and is doing li in her power to Judge Bates Saturday sentenced Brockey telegraph So far as known the forceÂ¬ save her boy from thetermraof tin Smith th murderer of old Mrs Byron at had no effect ia retarding tiie move ment although nothing ot the m ve Asziiian was siiii bj- - yocr corres Cincinnati to hang on Juiy 17 U m niof the military has been heard pondent yesterday afternoon He was A bill combining UieAustrulian srtem with sime Thursday night At least every walking up and down the stone flai contra of eK ctioiu by th i general govern-Â¬ body that started from here got there gin J in the el house lie is not under ment lias leei iutro licd in coagress StumjieU- - of Cattle ck- - anrveiij nice and does just about A gran reunion of all soMiors who wert the 01 at he pleased although he is not allowed it tic of Fort Saunders is to be held there entering ux- slripthe cattle grazing to mine with the other prisoners The oked the unusual aecene Knoxville Tenn from September 9 to 12 nciami auilioiitiea have taken ijuite an with alans turned tail and tied a stam Corbett the San Francisco pugilist whe At times he will interest in the Iov cowboys in which recently vanquished Kilrain expresses a pede ensuing unaWe to the urst lino tuis but iu a few minutes his cii irga were either check r willingness to meet Joa McAuliffo or again Li entirely changed and he control The cattle ed live or six miles dew nor in i Kiirjiu li lore the invaders from thinorth where appears cnjlv indiSerent Asman City Court Judge Charles J Nehrbaa of tley were met by tliehxiincni who were - heart in a lit of pasjion kitel his s New York died Saturday afternoon He coining Between il from Oklahoma was unconscious to tha last Hii malady th e two Bm they were driven east and MARRICD A FORTUNE aas consumption we t Arriving on the strip the settlers Ami Fnrlliuilli Balii lliueir Oyer to Kw At Gait den Tenn Henry Williams col- disembarked from their schooners and tiuiagMice kni speutatiun ored was taken from jail by a mob and shot staked their claims Lvp rte I nd March 14 The mys Â¬ to death for an attempted assault on Miss THE CALDWELL BOOMERS tery siroundng the disappearance of Tueder an agod white lady J F rd a prominent hoel man of Ply Counsel of the convicted Crontn murderers Ilefuse to Follow an Vruiv Captains decided not to ask for a supersedeas at presmouth lnd hm l n solved by the Advice A Proclamation ent They filed their bill of exceptions and - sayof a letter dated St IouiSt Lilis March 15 Tlie following eas will come up in May the ing mat he was in i r city Ford was Hon Augu t PetersoHj of Minnesota is in- was received from Topeka Saturday nun but hU The bo imers who made Cald- Â¬ specting different sections of Marjdaud with morning cause of wifes foil to e view to selecting a locality in which to well their rendezvous have arrange hi downfall lie ruttriod Mi s selho move on to the strip next Sunday in ac Â¬ Kraiiss had a snu lul i place a colony of Scandinavians fortune left her by her lirsi banthand John Orubb agsd 71 years died at Pough cordance with a proclamation issued by and Ford BUOreeded ia lo tng many keepote N Y He was thirty years teller nt their captain J W Nvce mavor of nds of dollars b reel the Fallkill bank an twenty years secreta- Caldwell Capt Hurbank U H A hi- - lx en at Caldwell endeavoring to httiotis ry of the Poughkeepsie Lyceum colonists to delay Ford was in ignorance of her Ferdinand Schumacher of Akron O has persuade the the government snail their I give tils extravagance aapnoahnj of been sued by Lewis Nied for 10000 for libeL march untl consent that her fortune was bWng used ied claims that Schumacher wrote a letter its formal are The colonists bv Ford in his business Several weeks to a lawyer stating that plaintiff had stolen and Capt Nycehoweverthey determined says will move ago be opened negotiations for the pur- 4 worth of old iron Sunday if they have to fight their way Cbaae of the 1arker house the leading Governor Goodell of New Hampshire it through Capt Burbank h us only a In t l at 1 lymoutli ana through misrepfll with nervous prostration His friend are small troop at his command and has resentations Ford succeeded m securing alarm si at lha seriousness of his condition which telegraphed for reinforcements JoUU in cold cash Mr and Mrs about S His proposed trip to Washington with his it is reported are now on their way Ali went Ford amoved to Plymouth staff has abandon from Fort Leavenworth by special train well for a few days lord worked him At Regina N W T fire destroyed 6elf iDto the good gract of M W Theyre AVell Armed Sniths boast the Palmar house and Fergu Bhom n wealthy citizen of the place March 12 Friday TontEA Kan sons hardware store Mowats grocery store fin of whom be secured 1900 One Blacks book it ore and seven other build- Â¬ night it was estimated that JO00 peonight Ford turned up missing as did ple have enten d the Cherokee strip and ings Loss over 100000 also the money An insurance charter granted by Kiehard that all the troops that can be concenTHE OHIO AND NORTHWESTERN and Thomas Peun proprietors and govern- trated there caniot drive them out as ors of Pennsylvania during the l ein of they have gone armed with Winchesters chased by the Iuiltl liliia Invest Â¬ and propose to G orge II of Englan has been found in the shotguns and revolvers ment Company stay oftsM of the Ohio insuranco commissioner Cincinnati March H The Ohio and Rev Dr T B Mansell of the Mckees Sprung Up as If Ily Mijlc Northwestern railroad running from pcrt Pa Methodist Episcopal ctnrch who A corPonco L T March If Cincinnati to Portemouth was sold has been on trial on chargos of lying and respondent who left Guthrie Friday Thursdav morning by United States found guilty Saturday on morning with a bard of boomers found defamation was the first count and acquitted on the second on arriving here Friday afternoon a city Marshal Simmonds for 900000 to the Philadelphia Investment company one Of 5000 people which had sprung up as if Presbyterian The Memorial church by magic It is already doing a thriving The road is the old Cincinnati and1 erected at St August in Fla at a cost of a business with hastily improvioed hotels Eastern and bad two mortgages on it quarter of a million dollars by H M Flag and grocery stores Gamblers are here The judgments Uon which tlie sale was by bondholders ordered were ohtame ue - in renembrance of his daughter Mrs in full force and every description of for defaulted interest and bonds of the Jennie Louise Benedict was dedicated Sun- gambling device is on the ground old Cincinnati and Eastern and aggre Â¬ day Numerous fights have occurred but no gated 170 J ki The Philadelphia com ohn Moran a railroad brakenaan of serious trouble has arisen although pany was trustee and was the only bid Hi kendauqua wna murdered at the house ever one is heavily armed tier the court fixing the minimum ac of Patrick Murphy iu Allentown Pa Proclamation from the President ceptable bid at SO0O00 Moran and Dick Hurley were Miqihy Washington March 15 The presidrunk and Moran was cut on the head with BABY STLWARTS PARENTS a tratft dent has issued a proclamation ordering The Father a Stuiiot at ItocUeoter Tneo Joe Furnatn John Griffin James Powdln intruders on tlie Cherokee strip to leave Charles Mitchell John Burns and Frederick as the lands still belong to the Indians logieal Seminary Hicks escaped froni jail at Schenectady N and not to the United States The Okla- Â¬ Mitchell lnd March 14 The fathei Y with saws supplied by the first named homa bill now pending in congress and mother killed in the Lake Shore railwho was given fredom of tlie jail because does not affect the status of these lands road disaster last week whose bady waa his term would expire in a few hours so mirai ulousiy saved on its dead A BRIIDGE GIVES WAY lriohert Blee recently general superintenÂ¬ motliers breaai av liev aud Mra E E dent of th Big Four railroad system was M wart latly oi Franklin lnd Seven Workmen Fall Thirty Feet at Glen presented Sutunlay night at Cleveland Mr Btewart graduatad in the class of Fall N Y Two Killed diamond stud with a 650 watch and a 8S at Franiiin coilege and was attend Â¬ Glen Falls N Y March 15 At by the men employed oa th Cleveland Cin ing the Baptist Theohtgicnl seminary at ciniati and Indianapolis division of that 10 Saturday morning an old wooden Uoihester N Y He was a uauM minroat bridge across the Hudson river connect- Â¬ having held two ister of groat pnmiA dvicei from the lower Rio Grande coun Â¬ ing this city with South Glen Falls gave A NEGRO LYNCHED ibv K or three jjastorati in Indiana all kinds Stewart will b card for bv the parents He Assaulted a White Woman aud Ie try in Texas say that live slock of of water way precipitating seven workmen to are suffering severely from lack the rocks beneath a distance of thirty ert O of Mrs Stewart of Van oerved Hi Kate Nearly all of the water boles streams and Two men were instantly killed At tants in the counties of Starr Hidalgo and their bodies rolled into the river and Nashville Tenn March 17 An Ka- lien II ly Fuid BinghKPTn N Y March 11 The Gadsden this state at 3H0 p m yester- Â¬ Zarata aud Duval are dry and in many iloated away Their names are Nelson dead txJv of Michael Keatinr a loco day Henry Williams colored was taken places cattle have to be driven ten miles to Sansoooi a workman and George Carr a mail carrier who was standing on motive engineer until recently employed from jail by a mob and shot to death for water John Williams an Englishman owner of the bridge watching the work Carrs on the Erie railroad was found in the an attempted assault on Miss Tinder an one of the largest cattle ranches in Mon- Â¬ body was recovered a half mile down He left home aed white ladv living near that place Susquehanna esterday tana with headquarters at Great Falls ar-Â¬ the river that of Sanscoui has not been Wednesday night with the avowed in on Feb J 8 last rived in St Paul on Wednesday on his way found Wihiams entered her house at night tention of going to Sndquehanna Pa in Four workmen were injured Thomas quest of work It is believed he fell into and after beating he- uuariy to death to Liverpool His stay of one day there the river while suffering from an attack was frightened away for some cause cost him 1400 having gone on a spree with Ilollerans leg wa- broken and he was ine of temporary aberration from which he Since that time he has been at Large but a hotel runner wh a is now running alone otherwise bruised ana injurea names of the other three have not yet with the Englishmans pocket book suffered at times He leaves a wife and was captured at Opting field Tenn SatThey are known to have urday and the officers reached Gadsder aix children George H Btaynor and Henry S Ives of been learned These four men w ith him yesterday morn jr Tea York secured bail Saturday on tb9 been badly injured Two Miasing Flaherman eight criminal indictments found against were saved from d rowing by climbing Pardoned by the President Cleveland O March 14 William thaw charging them with felony and were to logs and floating down the river Isaac A CoiXMBUS O March 17 and Abram Colaon started out from here George H Staynor jr a son of They were rescued by men in boats a released Tuesday morning in a sail boat for Ihe Stanley a United States prisoner sen Â¬ one f the prisoners went on his fathers mil lxlow the wrecked bridge The fishing grounds Nothing has been seen tenced to five years imprisonment for bond He gave his residence aa No 333 Clin- Â¬ I ridge was being torn down to make of them since and it is supposed tliat embezzling tlie funds of a National ton avenue Brooklyn where his father also way for the new iron bridge which has both have been lost in the lake The liank at Cleveland and received at the resides aud justified aa to the owner of been the subject of exciting litigation fishing grounds are eight miles out two Ohio penitentiary January 26 183 waa property valued at 9000 and mortgaged between the towns of Queensbury and miles inside the line of heavy ice It is pardoned by President Harrison yester for sM000 Caleb B QUderaleeve was ac Mbreau lor several years conceded that their boat was stove in by day cepted as Ives security Rhode Island Bepabllcaa Ticket collision with heavy ice and went down Hydrophobia Scare Spreading Pbovidence R I March 14 At Both men were unmarried Value of North Dakota Honda Washington Lad March 14 The the Republican state convention here Devils Lake N Dak March 14 Kailroad Shops Horned Thirty thousand dollars worth of tha mad dog scare is spreading over Da vies yesterday the following nominations for Columbus O March 14 At 1130 bonds issued by this Ramsey county comity and fifty dogs have been killed state offices were made For governor oclock last night a fire broke out in the to purchase seed wheat for farmers John Herbert W Ladd of Providence lien due to the fear of hydrophobia machine shops of the Hocking Valley have been sold to W J Hayed Daker was badly bitten one week ago tenant governor Daniel G Littleiield Sons secretary of state railroad located in the extreme southern bankers Cleveland O at a premium of but beyond a terrible swelling of the of Iawtucket part of the city The names spread afilioted parte no serious symptoms have Samuel W Cross of Westerly general i77 They are to furnish the bonds of Lincoln George White lost a horse treasurer Samuel Clark rapidly and in an hour the building making the premium paid over u00 developed was in ruins The loss of the building and colt and ten hogs all afhicted with attorney general Horatio Rogers of Iawtucket Six engines valued at 12 is SiO000 rabi s Requisition for an Indiana Fugitive One hundred 000 each were deatroyed Columbus O March 17 The gov- Â¬ men are thrown out of work At 1230 ernor has honored a requisition from the the fire was under control U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 governor of Indiana for John Schroeder Highest of all in Leavening Power Piaster Cast of Grants Statoe Finished a fugitive from justice from Jackson CrNCTNSATi O March 17 The plas- Â¬ county Indiana now under arrest at ter cast of Louis Rebissos equestrian IJay ton statue of Gen Grant ordered of that Weather Bulletin artist by the Chicago committee lias Warmer fair weather southerly winds been completed It has been finished in sectionj and sent as each piece was com C W Pjttman a brakeman on the to Chieopee Mass where the Knoxville branch of the L and N railItB con- Â¬ e casting will be made st ruction ha required the use of be-Â¬ road was run over and killed at Junctween fifty and sixty barrels of plaster tion City by a freight iraiu Monday of paria molded over skeletons of iron morning nness Pieces have been shipped from time to time as they were but now the work is finished and Mrs Margaret Kwiug died at Georgeall that remains here is finished and will town aged 91 years week be shipped east next of Nebraska Write a Letter in Itrhalf of the Farmers Lincoln Neh March 17 Oovernor Thayer ha- aldressed a second letter to the railway managers on the corn rate uestion He reviewed the his- tory of the ajrita t ionand declared that the g a m Wers speculators and dealers in future s have ab- svrled the 10 per cent reduction gnnted and the farmers have had n o benefit therefrom He J M THAYER makes another deman for a 10 per cent rae per one hundred from Kefctaska jioints to Chi- and afti r contiastng the proaper oiii conditioa of tle railway with that of the poverty stricken farmers he de-Â¬ clares that the p ope of Nebraska dont want to BgJtt the railways Ther desire that they shall jirosper but they demand tliat the railways shall no longer oppress them as they have done ihey demand that the roads shal1 give them fair and reasonable rates is thai they may ootaina just return for their labors an iavestments The jeo ple anJ the farming classes especially are arooaed now aatney never havele n liefore and will not cease their demands until jatir as i eri granted He says I agan warn you of the disastrous con Â¬ sequences to the nxlds if their just de Â¬ mands are refused and I sav thii not by way of a threat but as a friendly -- Governor Thayer TH mm WHEN THE SEASON OPENS IfVE J33FL13 Crevasse in the Levee at Pecan Grove Louisiana FEET WIDE THE rlRST I3V THE ThC-flLrLELE- -rr OVER A THOUSAND m 1 1 1 1 Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ i 11 Ki-au- - I Â¬ j 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TFatcr Ponrins Throajh the Mreak Ten Feet Ileep Vast llamii Hone to Iarje Scoe of Conn try People Making n Brave Figtit Along the River Kew OmMUm March 17 Pecan Grove levee in East Carroil paiish one of the lareit and most important levees in tliat section of Louisiana broke at 0 o clock Saturday afternoon The Bra asse is about 1030 feet wide and an immetise voluin of water is pouring in The result will lie serious damage to a lare section of couatrv in East Carroll and Madio i pari hes The waters will finally flow into the Tensas and tlience again in the Mississippi at Red river The crevae n wid tiing rapidly and as it is now not properly sod led the prospect of closing it is very slight The Times Democrats Vickburg spe- Â¬ cial says A personal visit made to Ra Â¬ leigh or Pecan Grove satisfied your cor- Â¬ respondent that the reports had not been exaggerated as to the extent of the dam- Â¬ age At 3 oclock yesterday the crevasse eras 1 000 feet or more wide and the ends were caving so rapidly that it was fo ilhardmeoS to apprcach them The levee - Pearl fifteen feet high and tiie immense volume of water was rushing through it in a stream ten or more feet deep The extent of the crevasse and Ihe immense amount of water delivered estimated by the fact that by it may in the twenty four hours ending yester day evening the river lias fallen three inches at Yicksburg and four inches at Lake Providence though rising steadily pi ior to the crevasse Assistant Engineer Thompson who airived at the stevnaM yesterday even ijuoted as saying that no crevasse at any jioint along the line of th- - fifth levee district could occasion such serious reauHi as the one at Raleigh The steamer Ofceoa took apt Willard Young of the Unie States engineers to Greenville last evening with a large quantity of material to be used in holding the ends of the levee and prevent further caving This work will be di an 1 enlargement by Engineers Thompson and Hyde who will le allowed the use of a pile driver The tug Parker arrived at ti m from the crevasse and returned at midnight with material and provi bii ns The water from the crevasse has hacked up several inclvs and flooded It w ill overflow fully some plantations one fourth of East Carroll parish and the greater jiart of Tensas and Madison The eastern part of the latter parishes w lil escape The water has not yet reached the Vicksburg Shreveport and Pacific railway and probably will not for several days The crevasss has excite I much consternation in these parishes and stick is being removed as fast as possilile A fall of live inches occurred at AUatia levee five miles above the crevesse y sterday greatly improving the situation there This levee was considered in tlie greatest danger of all herefore Advices from ether Louisiana leveee and from Mississippi show tliat the crevasse has relieved the pnedure on them A levee inspector the solitary witness of the br ak at Raleigh says seventy five feet of the levee caved off at once into the river A telephone message from Filtars IGaa states that the water fell eijht inches one inch at Skipwiths and six inches at Hrunsw iek in tlie past twenty four hours Henry larger of Duval Miss seeing some negro bouses on the Louisiana shore floating away crossed over in a skit avoiding the crevasse by pulling his Ixiat o- er the levees and readied the hou es just in time to save a negro who was in one of the houses A moment later the building was swept away Greenville Miss reports that there has lei n a rise of from one to two inches at variona points in this levee district from Tenene to MyerviOa wliere it is ary Ievees all right Baton Kouge Barer rose two and one hatf inches levees in this parish all hold- Â¬ ing out Bayo i Sara Assistant State Engineer Ltival came came over from Morgan sea and reports Crand and Scott levees all right and all necessary lalxr and materil on hand River rose two inches St Joe The river here comes within three inches of the high water mark of iit fell three inches Siturday dou In less on account of the Raleigh cre- Â¬ vasse At New Orleans Mew Orlkans March 17 At New Oilcans the gauge reading here yester- Â¬ day varied from sixteen and four tenths at 1 a m to sixteen and seven tenths at 7 p m The temporary levee erected along the city front will keep the streets clear of river water No news of further The Nita crevasse checked disasters business on the Mississippi Valley rail- Â¬ way no trains being abe to pass over the Hooded portion of the track Governor Nicholls having declined to receive the 100000 donation tendered by the Louisiana Lottery company for levee purposes the board of directors at a meeting yesterday decided to offer the relief fund direct to the various As money is needed all levee districts along the line the probabilities are that the parish w ill accept the liberal oiler made i1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - field was convicted of lyin Mrs Ellen McKee died at Columbus O on the 14th hist aged 101 years Three persons vren killed by cars at a railroad crossing near Jackson Mich Hav D V Hclmick who killed Ed Pal mer at Neoli Iowa was acquitted Towns nd Ware of Oarfiatd who tried to murder his wife drown il himself A lolge of the Knights of th Uolder Eagle has been instituted at 1iqui O The shirtage of ex Trasiirer Hemingway of MtavJatlapi is said to be 31561319 A farmer named E vstburi and his wife were killed by cars at Bridgep rt Pa The Lexington Ky Street Railway company has lacraam th nay of its drivers Tlie pre i Int has iisnt a proclamation ordering tii Cherokaa boooasra otr tha Strip The question of aomittii Idaho and Wy oming will be considered iu the house March 2 The Hallmnn injunction case at Philadel phia was decided in favor of the Boso Ball Brotherhooil Two houses were destroyed and three per sons killed ani four injured by a landslide near Troy N Y Wesley Cirlsey wa liound over at X w 1 1 Hold Em in Check HENCE WE SECURE THE BEST TO - BE HAD pa 1 ng is Our Ready Made Spring- Clothes ARE NOW HERE AND ARE REMARKABLY PRETTY AND STYLISH asaJ Â¬ WE ARE RECEIVING Three and Four Button Cutaways AIV ELEGANT LINE OE Â¬ EARLY SPRING SUITS of to Latest Eastern Styles r ip Frocks and Sacks Single and Double Breasted Prince Alberts All at very reasonable prices - Our Merchant TAILORING DEPATMENT is a No Dont forget the place for 1 Â¬ Â¬ Thanking you for past favors we extend you a cordial welcome to our new store COVINGTON 220 Test TXOiliOL street Near Hotel Glyndon we have moved to MITCHELL SADDLES AND GEAR The oKl and reliable Saddle and lIarne 5 HiMMS of Â¬ OLIVER PLOWS B Â¬ 1 - Â¬ G No a TO 26 Second PICKELSto Street next has a complete 1 I 8 sal i J tatHLsOHHB Garnett House stock of Saddles Blankets limn Bridles Whips Spurs C Â¬ Boots Curry Toe Weight hi Sen Oils and evervthini else needed by per who handle hor- Soap- - Saddies Manufactured to Order and none but the best material used GeatleaMas ladies and ltmV Saddles kept in stjck Â¬ 1 bn I Â¬ 3fOR SAL3S Â¬ Â¬ 1 SHACKELFORD DKAlEltS IN ALL KINDS OF GENTRY House Harness ot ewry description Trace Chains Hames Backhands Bellybands Cellars Collar i llame Strings ll w Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things used on the tarn Only experienced workmen employed If you want a Saddle you hive a hundred to select from raniiing in price from 4 upwards If you want a set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in price from 8 up All prices of Blow ear from the cheapest to the some thing entirely new in Curry Comhs The handsomest lot ot lap Cloths ever brought to Richmond 41- J J BROOKS 1 Â¬ Hardware Tinware foofleiiware AND WAGON Fimislig Goods M CHKNALIT BROOKS CHENAULT BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Real Estate Brokers Hpiimoxd Kemltky Large lists of City ami Country Prop- Â¬ erty Property sold and bought on Com mission Coriespomience solicited and prompt slteuticn given Office in J hi Bennetts liw office Branch offl e at tkocklon A BnkM Drugstore -- Â¬ Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1690 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 43 Â¬ Please Read i Fruit S Ornamental Trees For Sale or Rent I desire to sell or rent privately the large two story The Singer Manufaoiuriug Company building iiwliine with Hand Attachment ami Portable socially I will tie pleaded to tamhk any one travelers Ac to utlaptfd for invalid cost 2o canli Any one vwlMI a vlii may favor me with their order Trees machine ol llm type will pleaat leave Standard Fruit and Ornamental Pears Apple and Plants namely 13 Firt Mreet order at the office Giapen Peaches Cherries Plnmlis J K Stonk Water P B It la sold only by order not Straw lerry Plant Evtrgreeu Mupl- Ac Add efs J F fS kept in Block P F ADAMS Waco Ky 35 42 40 - STORE HOUSE POSTED W M All persons are hcrebv Hituated on a good corner lot in Ellia tnpptuM in anv wav uponwarned not to my lind i iu loil Ky known as the Hogati proper Â¬ Man n countv Keiitonkv ty H H COIAEK 39 4H HISLK ijr 1 LOOK AT THIS THE FINEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF Ga Â¬ - Â¬ JEISTTS r aa I Â¬ -- BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND Lt CLOTHING itass I furnishing GOODS- tiv CLOTHING -- I rVkl Baking I Intend to Sell Them at Some Price Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE W A POWELL mmmmmmmmnkmWmG j 0H THE CLIMAX FRPNCH TIPTON IlBUMIIliLtMl Wm G - Editor UKIINEMJAT BY The Climax Printing White Ciias PKB S Co Powell PRICE VEAU Kirch 150 10 1890 Velaedy Bam J Durham Danville M a candidate lor ditor and a strong one at that m iHLKN HltH Milton of Au- ttATEM The HjMMappi river from Cairo the jrulf is higher than for many yean Vast areas of farm ra under water and quantities of live stock have been iicd At New Orleans the Iliac over the levee wai into the city and numerous streets are inundated The water is be lieved to le now receding -r- Â¬ iTlTHNAL MENTION i By an almost unanimous vote ih branches of the Kentucky lature a constitutional con La- - beea decided ujon in There were only eight opposing in the House The convention is fixed lor Septemberand thedele Â¬ are to be elected at the coming August election that t lie convention is a certainty set yourselves to thinking what changes in the organic an be made to benefit the utrv AMiIlIKK lilt FACTORY j OPPOSES luff Illlli - irrow font Steel works itimore are complaining long and loud over the effects of high tariff They import ores from Cuba to mix with home ores They are comjvelletl to pay annual duty to the U S Government in the hub 100 They want a reduc tariff on ore and wouldnt mind having ores put on the free list The people of Haiti complain saying if ore to enter duty free that more ship- - would come to bring ore and while there would with commodities lor the return trip thus improving every branch ol trade The high tariff i 1 grand total of 25130501 gallons It will be observed from tlie above statis tics that the Fifth district which is the one composed of Louisville and Jefler son county made over a luilliou gallons more in the last fiscal year than all the remainder of the State combin ed Since the close of the fiscal year including the month ol January of the present year the product was 1299S 607 gallons Of this amounts one tiiird or 4470031 gallons was made in last January which is said lobe the great est number of gallons ever produced in one month in this State Using the production of January as a basis it is estimated that during the remaining five months of the present fiscal year 19790539 additional gallons will be manufactured making the total production for the fiscal year of 1889 90 reach the enormous amount of 32798 146 gallons This shows a wonderful increase in the output of the distilleries but as ail are constantly increasing their capacity and new ones are continually building a considerably increased production may be exptcted next year Togivesnmean idea of how this large amount car be made it is only necessary to state that the daily capacity of all the distilleries in operation in Ken t was 135000 tucky on last January gallons It can be seeu tint if they should all run 3l0day8 in the year that a much larger amount than thatalmve stated could be produced annually without increasing the capacity or building anv more distilleries It may ie of interest to note the quantity of whisky that will probably be in the bonded warehouses by June 30th the close of the present fiscal year Or the crop of 1SH7 it is estimated that there will remain 3500000 gallons crop of 1888 2500000 crop of 1889 1S000000 crop of 1890 29 000000 making a total of 53000000 gallons The anticipation of this large stock on hand ready to be placed upon the market at any time carried some fear in the minds of promineut producers and dealers that an over production a threatened A note of warning was sounded several months ago to this effect but Ihe trade being exeeedingly lively no considerable portion of those interested could be brought to regard it iu this light and nothing came of the warning On the other hand several of the l est distillers in the city- express ed the opinion that there was not the slightest danger of an over production It is argued that the demand for Ken tm ky whisky is increasing in the same proportion as the production and if there is any difference the demand has increased faster Courier Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ the very many frieuds I have who live in the country in which your papat circulates would like to give the plain The large clething house of Crulcher facts so tbey may not be mided so tar A Starks at Frankfort was burned Sat- Â¬ affair is urday morning Loss on stock 4o000 as ay connection with tbe NEWS PARAGRAPHS PowersHagan M ui RICHMOND WINCHESTERS BOOM The Gateway Citys GREAT SALE OF MARCH 1811 BEST TIME TO AW01RXTHE NEW LAW OP PltoPEKTY HI SBAXI AXD WIPE OF - joint resolution offered by Mr Richirdon Representative from Meade county lies on the Clerks desk This A we called atten Lmdaayi hill to equalize the property rights of and and wile which had then 1 wo w or Senate The bill has passed the House and become a law By it provis all the property of a woman at the time of her marriage or that thereafter become- - hers both md personal continues hers and is not subject to any debts of her hushand either ante or nuptial Ipon the death of the hu hand the wile takes a life inin oik- half of his real estate and full and absolute possession of half of hi- - personal property It however the wife prefe she may elect to take her regular r interest At the death of the wife the husband takes a life interest in one half her real estate and receive- - one hall ol her per- property The wile may deby will her property in- resolution fixes March 31st 1S90 for final adjournment of this General As- Â¬ sembly March 31 is a good time to adjourn as is an eatlier day provided tbe bu inesi necessary to be transacted is finished If however the business in hand and to appear seems to require the presence of the General Assembly at the Capital until April 30th or May 31st then either of these days is a better day for adjournment sine die than March 31st or an eailier day This seems to us to be about the proper way Frankfort Capto look at the matter ital Â¬ - - M C E R cuM MUNICATEDJ A - i ARE A UAI what Womans Rights is iii to If women must and mix up with the things that make men eaarae and they will be no better than men in fact not near so good A Washington special in Sundays t ourier Journal says An exciting aud picturesque episode occurred on thesireets here this week Sire Ormiston Chant the celebrated Kuglish female suffrage advocate has leen one of the most entert lining seakers iu the National Association meeting and Miss Molly Desha of Lexington Ky now a resident of Washington has also taken intense in terest iu the proceedings and made one speech herself Among other things Mrs Chant went into the colored race problem and servtd the Southern peo ple pretty severely Miss Desha met M Chant by chance in the street and told her in a pleasant but earnest sort of way that she bad been misinformed lavery and the feeling between the colored people and the white ieo ple in the South Mrs Chant then said that Miss Deshas hell iu the next would be to have to associate witli the black souls she repudiated in this life Miss Desha then said we have not treated the colored people half as bad as you have the Irish and that will Ik- your hell iu the next world Mrs Chant then drew herself up aud delib Â¬ erately said You ar a liar Alias Desha says tier right arm tingled but she restrained herself aud told Mrs Chant she was not a lady and that abe could not talk with her and they separated without blows Mrs Chaut is the guest of the Rev Mr Miekin of the Epiphany church aud Miss Desha baa writteu a note to him stating the occurrence and that bis guest is not a lady Mr Chant is not in very good luue herself over tbe This -- At the meeting of the Madison County Equal Rights Association the following resolutions were introduced by Mrs Mary B Clay Rcavi eJ That this Association hereby tender a vote of thanks to the Hon W 15 Smith our Representative in the Legislature for hU successful championship of the bill that assures to the married women of Kentucky the ownership of their wages and that we also are indebted to and hereby tender a vote of thanks to the Hon Senator Wm Sidney for the passage of the Property Rights Bill through the Senate giving married women the ownership and control of their property and equalizing dower and courtesy c and we furthermore give thanks to other members and Senators who are interesting themselves in the behalf of Kentucky women It was ordered that these resolutions be printed in the local papers and a copy be sent to each of the Hon gentlemen above named We call the attention of the peo ple of the State to the fact that both of these bills were introduced at the instigator of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association and that the work we are undertaking for the benefit and elevation of our sex deserves the co operation and countenance of good men and women in the State and we beg that they will conic and join us to help the good cause Our meetings are held every second and fourth Wednesday in each month from 3 oclock to 5 in the room occupied by Madame Bredelli as a studio F Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION HEAUt iAKTERs Democratic 8tate Ckntkai Commuti Lexington Ky Nov 6 1S89 j lo ttc iJemocraeg of Kentucky Â¬ - Â¬ itflair WHISKY A complete tabulated statement of the amount of whisky produced iu tbe past three years has been recently com piled by Geo C Buchanan tbe whisky broker at 129 West Main Ktreet The statement shows in addition to the quantity produced in the past three years the amount remaiuiug in the bonded warehouses and the probable amount of production tins year basing Ch calculation ou the quantity made string the month of January beyond which it is no Iielieved possible that production can be increased The last collection year closed on June 30 1BS9 and all definite statistics as to the quantity manufactured in the previous rear shows an increase over the year of 188 of more thsn 200 per oeot Tbe production iu tlu State by districts for year ending J uue SO was as follows Second district ZyBo gal Jons Fifth district 1320i43 gallons At a meeting ol the Democratic State Central aud State Executive Commit tees held in the parlors of Ihe Phoenix Hotel iu Lexington ou Wednesday November 6th 1889 it was ordered that the Democrats of Kentucky meet in a delegate convention iu the city of Lou- Â¬ isville at 12 oclock m on the 26th day of May 1690 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals to be voted for at the August election of 1890 The basis of representation for each county shall be one delegate for each two hundred votes and one of each fraction over one hundred cast for Gro ver Cleveland for President iu 188S provided that no County should have a less represent stive than one delegate It is ordered that every county shall select its delegates on the 17th day of May 1890 iu such manner as the Couuty Committee may determine If from any cause tbe County Committee should fail to make provisions for the selection of delegates tbe voters shall meet in mass convention in the Court House in such county at 2 oclock p at and select the delegates to which the couuty is entitled M C ALFOKD Chairman W P Kimball Secretary STTCCESSOKS TO C E SMITH with small insurance Loss ou house concerned On Monday March 3 in company 8000 with two of my neighbors 1 started to First Streets At her residence 1 miles east of Richmond While ou the cars of the Corner Irvine March 2nd Mrs Rebecca Ann K C a short distance trom my house Coekrill wife of the late Judge E L a wreck occurred which delayed us KY Cockrill in the 66 year of her age Hhe until it was very late When we got was the mother of eleveu living child- to Richmond it was time to take diu ren who were all present at the funeeal ner I invited my two fiiends to dine STOCK OF excepting Mrs B F McLaiu of Kan with me and went to the Dicing Booms A VERY EXTENSIVE sas Citv Mo who was summoned but of Mr Dinelli As we entered the door did not arrive until alter the intermeut I noticed seated at the first table on the Irviue Eagle left Messrs J P Embry and John D Stanford Crouch of Bath county Harris has been convicted of horse steilinir 1 motioned my friends to the first ta Â¬ the third time in ten years For the ble 011 the right We took our seats first offense he got three years in the and while waiting for our dinner Mr euitentiary and on the second seven Embry arose from his seit and ap years all of which he served except proached ours and commenced a con- Â¬ time gained for good behavior All his versation with me iu regard to a debt thefts were committed in the same be owed me I told him that I was neighborhood and the last two as soon willing to settle by his own books and Compounded at all hours by an as possible after being released from at the same time that I owed him for experienced PHARMACIST and markprison Democrat two kinds of sugar cane Mid that I out of the finest Drop Ihe afford In the Scott Circuit Court in the wanted to pay that also I asked him ets case of Thos J Barkley vs the Cin how much it wouid be He said 4 ciunati Southern railroad the jury I told him all right he could take out 10 if he wanted to He then turned gave a verdict of 1250 in favor of Mr Barkley Mr Baikley is a traveling and went into the frout confectionery salesman for Kerr Kahn Co grocers store and in a short time returned with A of Cincinnati He was ejected from a a small day book iu his lett hand and train on the Cincinnati Southern and his right hand iu his overc at pocket brought suit for 250 He got on a and commenced the conversation ou THE FINEST LINE OF special train which the agent told him the subject again when I to d him that was the regular train and on refusing I would not settle the mutter theii but to get off was put oft by the conductor would defer it when he drew his knife flipper and commenced cutting at me I IX THE CITY Â¬ Dr C E Procter a wealthy physi backed all the time endeavoring to keep off his blows with the above reCome and Sek Us cian of Ml Carmel Fleming county died a few days ago of grippe A short sults and I think that I came out ex time ago he married a wealthy widow ceedingly well as the gentleman only POWERS 325 pounds who transferred to him all her property weighs between 300 aud The reason I refused to settle with 39 29 It is now given out that on his death was because I bed he caused a will to be written him at that special time The Fine Saddle Stallion giving everything to his widow and was engaged eating my dinner and en my friends and I did not her children by her first mairiage I ut tertaining a proper lime to make a settle iu the act of signing he tiied so his think it ment of business adiirs And so far brothers inherit and the widow is left nearly penniless One mitiute more of as my being uuder the influence of liquor to the extent that I would attack Will male the season of 1890 at my life would have meant riches to her a man as the Register article would stable on Rerea pike oue half mile Paris Kentuckian Citizeu lead the put lie to believe I did is from Kingston Madison county Ky 1 lie colored Methodist preacher Rev simply untrue and I most emphatically At 10 to Insure a Living Colt Dan Ellison got ou the early morning deny any such statement and I beanp Iedigkee Description traiu yesterday to seat his wife and lieve it was made with either a total Midnight is o years old this spring jet forgetting that like time and tide it disregard of facts or to excite public black left Mad toot white fine heavy mane and tail 16 hands high fine style waits for no man he was being taken sympathy for J P Embry and form Midnight was sited by lllack towards Louisville at a lively rate be- Respectfully yours Prince he by Foxtown Billy he by lore he realized ihe situation Then he Old Foxtown he by Old Drennon first It James Martin rushed for the door made a leap dam by Messenger 2nd dam by Waxey 3rd dam by Kerthune straight out iu the darkness and landed OX TUE DEATH OF LITTLE MAGGIE This Is the finest saddle horse in the against some substance that cut his county Come and see him before throat almost from ear to ear Dr TO MRS SALLIE CHKISMAX breeding elsewhere Reid sewed up the gash and told us Life is a mystery deep anil dark that had it beeu an inch lower down At the same place my fine black Jack the result would have been fatal We only know he doeth well Stanford Journal Who giveth his beloved sleep Will serve mares at 8 to insure a living Kelly Brent left last evening for Not here can we understand or tell Why some must go and some must stay colt Black Sampson is 4 years old Kansas Cily his home He visited the the 24th day ol June 1S90 15 bunds booming places in Eastern Kentucky We can only know and live ard trust 3 inches high and is a fine breeder And thank our Father day y day but made no purchases He however Money due iu all cases when mare is thinks they promise well especially Though cherished forms are turned tj dust parted with hy breeder Colt stands All responsible for seasou until paid And none are left to cheer oir stay Middlesboro which seems to have possible care taken to prevent accidents most capital Mr Brent recently visitAye some must go and some must stsy but not responsible should any occur ed Old Mexico and bought for a syndiCome and see the best It costs noth Dear precious darling child 39 42 ing to look J M BOEN cate including himself and five others He knew that thou couldst bear it best 1600000 acres of minerals and stock When on thy home deaths shadows fell I am glad to see old Paris imlands And 6he was early called to rest proving so well Above all things He knew her gentle heart would break s svoid the fool booms which injured so Should hopes be crushed or friends betray munv Western towns said Mr Breut And so in love for thy dear sake Paris Keutuckiau Citizeu He called her hence and bade thee stay Some weeks ago during the progress NEW BUGGIES of a family quarrel Isaac Andersoi She was sweet and pure as the dew drop that lies was shot by his nineteen-year-ol- d NEW PHOTONS son On the rose in the morning of spring Henry the load of shot entering his NEW CARRIAGES luug He lingered for some time but And her voice and smile and soft loving NEW SURRIES eyes died last week The Uy had lieen ar Â¬ To thy heart and thy memory will cling rested but was released on his own reNEW SULKIES cognizance Upon the death of his Through the mists and the chill of gathering years My vehicles are all new and of the father however he was again arrested They are for sale Which are shrouding thy spirit in gloom very latest patterns and on his trial Saturday was held over on the most reasonable terms If you w ithout bail to await the action of the Thy lone pathway will be brightened and want a vehicle come and see me and cheered Circuit Court At the preliminary you wont go home without one By the light that shines fron her tomb trial the members of the family swore 5- JOHN DO NELSON that the shooting was accidental but She was gentle and kind obi ging to all the old mans dying declaration was And her beauty of heart had no peer that it was purjiosely Winchester With a passionate glow of heart youll Democrat recall A special from Nicholasville says Every charm to your memory dear AT THE Means are being taken to boom But the flowers that are fairest are soonest 3NT Nicholasville An association of capita to fade -- WITH A lists have organized with a capital of And she has left for the regions above 500000 and iscalled lheNicholasvilIe When her beauty and goodness immortal Handsome Barber -- Shop and Contract and Investment Company were made First - Class Barbers The officers are J B Brouaugh PresiAnd she still lives an angel of love dent E R Sparks Vice President J Perfect satisfaction given to every Mrs D B W I Hughes Treasurer E B Hoover one Special attention given to ladies my country Secretary The incorporators are J S Louisville Tobacco Market and children Also to friends Brouaugh L H Willis F H Dickey By Glover Dorrett Louihv tie Tobacco I have moved my simp over to the H fct McCarly J D Hughes E R Ware House Hotel aud I hope all will come to see Sparks E B Hoover Dr Charles Yours very respectfully Sales on our market fir Ihe past me 20- Mann B P Campbell aud E B Muir week jiM closed amouut to 2731 hhds JOELW MACKEY Books of subscription were assigned with receipts of 1344 hhds for Ihe same period Sales on our market since Jan1S90 this morning and before night 140 Stallions for Service uary 1st amount to 33010 hhds Bales 1S90 000 of stock was subscribed on our market up to this date of the crop of 1889 amount 20654 hhds A Maysville telegram of the 13 says Our This community was shocked this active market has remained firm and tliis week on all grades of hurley 100 CASH WITH JIE1URN PKIVILKOE morning on hearing of the death of tobacco with some slight improvement Thomas Jackson Reigart Special Pen- in colnry low grades The condition of sion Examiner which occured about the offerings are remarkab y good in ye0rr8c the main for the time of year hut the ten oclock at his rooms last night bulk of the crop is lacking iu body aud Rroiher to Hell Vara in a race 238 under tbe following circumstances character out of dam of Georgiette The following quotations fairly rep and both Limited the 10 good mares Mr Reigart had invited Adua Wads to resent our market for Hurley tobacco worth Horatio Ficklin and John Bal crop of 1889 50 to insure a mare in foal lenger to his rooms to partake with Trash Dark or damaged tobacco him of an impromptu lunch While 100tof300 Colory Trash 350 to 5750 eating a large piece of meat accidentalCommon Lugs not colcry 4 50 to ly became lodged in his wind pipe PACING 1X4j 1500 followed by a violent coughing spell Colory Lugs 700 to 1000 25 cash with return privilege and almost before his companions Common Leaf 750 to 9 00 B H XEALE P O Box 414 Medium to good leaf 950 to 1300 35 40 realizd the seriosness of his condition Richmond Kv Good to fine fillers 1300 o 1K0 he fell a corpse at their feet Drs Select or wrappery tobacco 18 00 to A 6 WILLIAMSON Owens aud Strode were hastily sum 26 50 moned but could render no aid as the CITY ENGINEER J man was dead Mr Reigart was about forty five years old and his family Civil Engineer and Surveyor live iu Washington City His parents reside at Des Moines Iowa He lias Surveys made for Railways Turnbeen connected with the Pension De- Â¬ pikes Roadways Estimates Kiven Ac partment at Washington for the past Farm drainage Town lxits laid off fifteen years and was a very valuable official His salary was eight dollars GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Ier day aud expenses He carried five Lilies retraced Special attention given thousand dollars life aud five thousand to topographical maps and plats of was a Knight accident insurance He Correspond Â¬ farms and other lands ence solicited with parties interested Templar aud Maysville Commandery iu surveys of lands in mountain coun- Â¬ has taken charge of his remains He ties of Kentucky been in Maysville for six months bad aaOfflce City Hall Richmond Ky aud was well liked RACKET STORE -- FORMERLY THE- - D RUG S LSI 2M Variety Store FIRST DOOR WEST OF FARMERS BANK Does the best and squarest advertising of any house in We do not mean on paper iot taiK is mond cheap but we do mean by way of Rich- - CHEMICALS Â¬ It ON m 21st and ACTUAL VALUE FOR MONEY RECEIVED We GUARANTEE tfl give you MORE FOR YOLK DOIIAi than any house in town Call and see if this assertion is untrue PRESCRIPTIONS Winchester the Gateway City to the 2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mountains of Eastern Kentucky with its marvelous growth from 2300 to 8100 SCHOOL BOOKS population in FOUR years offers unprece dented advantages to investors Its three Specialty trunk lines crossing on their way North South East and West and the recently completed Kentucky Union Railway tapping the rich coal mineral and timber region of Eastfill ern Kentucky its hemp factories planing mills flour mills immense tobacco industry male and female colleges system of public schools twelve churches three national banks five building associations broad streets the best half mile track in Kentucky with an eminently successful Trotting AsÂ¬ -- 24 Sheets 6 pound writing cttjst Sheets heavy fuolscap pajer look 5 8 10 12J 5j s 1 I indup u 25 XXX envelopes Ladies Hose Mens Socks Stationery Â¬ Ladies Handkerchiefs Gents1 do do Heavy work Shirts do Linen Collars do Cutis do 2 Gallon covered bucket CLOSING OUT GENTS 2 lr 45 - - lap 10e 2o HEAVY UNDERWEAR AT COST Â¬ fTCOMB 3G- ACTX SEE USI MIDNIGHT THE COURT HOUSE KOT Â¬ Black Sampson sociation handsome business blocks elegant residences combined with its excellent social advantages and the generous hospitality of its people render it the most desirable point in Eastern Kentucky for investors manufacturers wage workers and home seekers Â¬ FOR SALE -- But the Finest Line Stoves of- - Remember railroads will furnish Â¬ Â¬ Fine Carriages Â¬ Sales will begin at 9 ing and a large number of beautiful build- Â¬ ing lots and manufacturing sites from the The 0 best property in the city will be sold All Date the each morn Fitzpatrick oclock 1 Harware Tinware Cutlery IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE BY Phelps BANS E is the Best Stave Built For further information address 39 40 half fare rates COMMERCIAL CLUB w lnoliostor tfl We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOV which we believe is tii best plow made Buy it try it and you cant deny it We Lrym also handle the PLOWS Is the best made we carry a large stock of them I Big Injun Plow Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market a number of them We have already sold J W MAGKEY CjYjNTID OUR SPRING THE MALTA DOUBLE We SHOVEL carry a large line COLLARS of BACK BANDS TRACE CHAINS BRIDLES LINES HAMES COLLAR PADS and everything necessary to hitch np Also full sets of Â¬ OF Wagon HARNESS AVE HIGH ART HANDLE ALL IvirVDS OE GARDEN FARMING AND IMPLEMENTS Â¬ VATICAN 229 Â¬ LIGHT HALL NOVELTIES IN- We keep on hand for inspection a number of Wagons and the best Road Carts that roll the pikes 214 TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY VANDAL WILKES FINE IMPORTED Call and see our goods and prices and we will suit you J FITZPATRICK 35- 4 PHELPS Â¬ DRESS 3 - Main Street Richmond Ky A 0 SCUAKHAISEX GOODS IS Tailor Over Dillinghams Store Richmond Kv Big Lot sf Samples ca Buid COME AND LOOK AT THEM 18 41 a tO I will make you a suit frCSa 320 TLB 50 according to the goods and trimmings Single pair of pants from 5 up to 15 Satisfaction guaranteed 9- - A CORRECTION To the Editor of tbe Interior Journal Paint Lick Mar 12 The follow Â¬ appears iu the laat Register ing Richmond Since ihe recent treeze ut there has been considerable fear expressed that most if not all of the young fruit trees have been either killed or seriously in- Â¬ jured ss they were far advanced in the budding stage snd were full of sap it is however hoped that these fears will prove groundless There can he but little or uo doubt but what tbe peach crop has been Injured probably killed but we bsve a fine apple crop and Sixth district 4143688 callous Ssr probably other varieties of fruit If the ecth district 3304636 gallons Eighth weather remains seasonable from now atrict 1687340 gallons making a on Danville Advocate A difficulty occurred iu liiielli Dining Room on Monday which re- Â¬ sulted in the cutting of James Martin by Joe P Embry Personi who were in the room at the time say that the two men were sitting at seperate tables When Martin who was uuder the in- Â¬ fluence of liquor discovered Embry he began to use harsh language about come former business and tiien started toward him with a pistol Embry drew his pocket knife knocked Martin pistol up and went lo work The result of the difficulty was tiie cutting of Martins hand the thumb being almost severed and a flight wound iu the shoulder Neither wound was dau gerous and Martin left for home the following morning The above does me a very gross in- Â¬ justice and for tbe benefit of my wifes relatives who live iu your couuty aud Â¬ Both the method and remits when Syrup of Figs is taken it ia pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver aud Bowels cleanses the system eficctually dispels colds headaches aud fevers aud euros habitual constiation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kiud ever produced pleasing to the tiiftc and tic eeptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly benelicial in its effects prepared only froti the awat healthy and agreeable 6uleumces it mauy excellent qualities commend it to all and have made il the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for tale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist tvho may not have it on hand v ill procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Dry not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OXE EXJOYO SETTLE UP gone on Die road I de ire to wind up My accounts are in the the business hands of J D Keeney for collection Madison Having closed out my grocery and NOW TAKING PLAGE County Fair Association TENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT RICHMOND KYSEPT 16 TO 1q I89O The following stakes and purses Plesse pay him 35 40 L f VILSO HEMP SEED Home grown China hemp seed guar anteed hew for sale For price etc address J I DOUGLASS LexhiKton Ky 37 44 Â¬ Everybody Invited to Cone anil k Teem STEELE BRO Varnalitou Ky 185 Miles For Sale We have one hundred mule colts and eighty five yearlings for sale Strictly good aud sold in uumbent to suit purchasers Six miles east of Richmond on the Speedwell pike 17- D A COLYER H H Â¬ H J STRENG majamamBBamwmmV COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR STAKES PURSES Beat threw in fire TEA SLIMS STAZSS 50 added br the Association mile heats best two To 3 year old 4 in three To 4 year old To voo c ass XRVI2TS STAKES For 2 year olds To 240 class 200 added by Association mile heats To 230 caR best two in three To 224 class 100000 750 to accompany nomination June 1st Five per ctnt to accompany nomination 10 additional which is forfeit 7 50 payable July 55 and 5 per cent additional w to start to be paid on day preceding race start to be p lid on day preceding race five to fill art4 ftirnA t na purset vunca t i lne Sixty per cent to first 2 per cent to ttaKeH and folows second s per Ah trials to harness Hie rules of the National Trotting HorsV no vern all tnals Anv horte distancing the field or anv part 01 11 rsaBMi hall I 11 1 WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH TO BE t890 to hrt money only Pools sold on all race i Entry Blanks furnished on ap A R BUCKLE lowsviiu SAN FRANCISCO CAL Kr new ronc r I SHELBY 38- - IRVIN3 President M B Richmond Kentucky W l fS HH SEeV Wkeelr r Sale The sale of Jas Wheeler deceased on the nth inst near Kirksville waa well at Â¬ Vtflifttoy - - - March 1 1890- - tended by a large crowd Stock brought good prices The people seem to have IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY more life in them than usual One old 5100 brood mare y one horse i6o 50 one yoke oxen SS9 three cows Cliaax will tiive Away flOO is bold Tic 7 to 30 hogs corn 3 75 per 100 lbs la its Snkarriaera fijo per bbl and everything sold well W P Prewitt auctioneer After April 1st each new mbscribcr old ra ing one year in advance or each For Kentatky River aabacrikOT pa ing one year in advance will Hon James B McCreary Congressman The one from the Eighth District made a speech be given a ticket ir the drawing will receive 50 in Gold betore the Committee on Rivers and Har drawing first prize bors on Wednesday in behalf of the apthe one drawing second prize will receive for the Kentucky river He drawing third prize propriation 30 in Gold the one explained to the committee the importance will receive 15 in Gold the one drawing of locking and damming the river and reiize will receive f 5 in Gold and ferred to the magnificent forests and the di awing tilth prize will receive inexhaustible mines of coal and iron ore ibscription to The Climax in the counties drained by it When he stated that the coal fields of Kentucky ex ceeded in area those of Pennsylvania and See local for sale jt doubled in area those ot England he start idav was St Patricks Day led the committee It is believed the comown of Ford is to have a savings mittee will 250000 to the Kentucky this The session Frankfort Roundabout bank Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE CLIMAX A Word Frtim Home Mdme von Sickscn left us we have not had the pleasure of hearing and listening to the finished and artistic renderings of classical and modern song The large audience of last night reminded us of the Salon Musicale where Mdlle Bredelli fairly entranced her audiences by her marvelous execution and wonderful command over her voice She is a vocalist of excellence and possesses great resources of ability her voice is wonderfully sympathetic and of immense compass Her delivery is delicate in shading and her snging ot German Lieder by Schumann and Scu bcrt was perfect in the great depth of feeling Mdlle Bredelli combines a perfect method and what is of greatest value in singing an extremely clear and distinct As a teacher enunciation and vocal scientist she has not been surpassed in this country The Cape Time South Africa Real Estate Sales at Ford Snce Pauline Bredelli THIN COLUMN The Richmond Climax was right The conumdrum of the present year is where is Dee Parrish Estill Eagle Roy White attempted to break jail at Lexington but Lncle Billy Wilkerson got on to his scheme as he always does in similar cases and Roy is deeper in than before he tried to get out No not the gentleman from Kingston As an instance of the frequent use of voodoo charms among negroes it is stated on authority of the County Jailer that on the persons of five negroes who were arrested for complicity in Pike Radfords murder charms were found consisiing of feathers wish bones and quartz pebbles tied up in the tlannel bags which had been obtained of voodoo doctors Ilopkinsville Telegram Is that the result of reading Charley Meachams paper The Lexington Press commenting on an idle report concerning a dead man exclaims Nil mostius nisi bonum What is this thing mostius of which the Press would have us speak only goodr Richmond Climax As the Richmond Climax unkindly calls attention to a typographical error in the columns of the Press we refer the corrected phrase to it It fits so allow us then to say in regard to the Climax nil mortuis nisi bonum Lexington Press You know how it is when Dead hey a fellow gels drunk he thinks everybody else is drunk Â¬ BftftSTM G W Davis is down with grippe The dirt roads are very near impassa ble Â¬ SPRING 18 HERE AND 80 ARE WE -- Born to the wife of Mitchell Collins son a WITH THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF-- Squire W A Chandler is recovering from a severe spell of grippe Charles Masters and Beck Vinson daughter of Capertan Vinson married Samuel Carpenter and John A Ham were nominated for magistrate and John W Teater for Constable in the Poosey district The loss is very great on Jiles Saunders by the late flood in the river it 6wept off his warehouse and store house and one tenant house occupied by Dave Hunter Just across the river in Jessamine it carried off Arch Stotts barn and was to the eaves of his store house Â¬ oiSPRING r LADIES SHOES LADIES we have the fin- Â¬ est line of FOOT WEAR in CLOTHING Mshiii o Wm w nr i i Hats Shoes and Seats his Eli EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND Richmond and all in the REMEMBER WE DO NOT SELL GOODS AT COST BUT WE IX BUSINESS IN A STRAIGHT FORWARD HONEST WAV Â¬ LATEST STYLES GENTLEMEN it will pay yon to call and see our mam- Â¬ moth stock of Shoes before We have them buying BEATTVVILLE in notice of Mrs S J has been allowed McKee i Traynor has leased the Fair Grounds stables and has opened a traina peat Mr niiliintiv opening by Mrs Stone in ing and breeding establishment Travnors wonderful development of Susie todi S if he had no other item to his credit Richard S Rice continues dangerously clearly demonstrates his ability as a He ha- - a brain trouble thorough trainer He has at hit place The Icgislature has reduced the State the great stallion Warlock from Palo Alto Stock Farm California bv Whips tax five cents on the hundred dollars 2272 by Electioneer 1st dam by Thorns The Court o Appeals has decided the dale 222 2nd dam Rosalind 221 by burg College case in favor of WinAlexanders Abdallah 2nd dam Rosachester linds dam 221 Co ask vour at Susie S has been returned to RichCharles E Colver tention to the advertisement of the stallion mond to he handled by Mr Traynor until July This is another evidence of Mr Cobb in to days issue Te Irvine Eagle says that Mr Robert Tenors ability Prvse of Millers Creek has sold his limit Court farm and will remove to Red House this The regular March term of the Madi1 ourr son Circuit Court convened on Monday Mr B J Clay refuses to make deed to Judge Morton presiding his farm optioned to Louisville syndicate The docket exhibits 171 criminal cases for 20000 The syndicate saxs he must and 125 other cases make the deed or pay them jSooo Grand Jury Willis Hisle foreman H Jones B R P Langford Dudley M King has rented his farm on Station Camp to A S Edwards who has Tribble James Bennett Silas Portwood Stuart Jones S P Ross A T Clienault a sore house and gone to farming M F Ar Mr King will return to Waco to T P Dudley J S Bogg buckle F M Hill J P Herndon BJ live Clay T J Smith Crmston ask your Crooke Bennett Petit jurors John Baldwin Chris consideration of their remarks elsewhere Harris jsaac Forbes S W Turner R in this issue on cashmere ombres hose P Fox John Doty James Turner G B id gloves handkerchiefs Turley W Tatem S B Phelps James and lace curtains Smith Jerome Terrill William Arnold John W Greene James Combs D G The Estill Eagle says that Mayor ColMartin J W Shearer Shelby Jett James lin of Richmond has bought the John Lewis June BiggerstafT B B Million M Park farm just below Irvine for 0 Charles Colver H W Haden John A 000 and the Walter Park farm just above A Duerson William Powell Jesse Irvine for 30000 Newby Jr I S Irvine William Foster Report says that Jim and Will Isom John Dykes Mohlengraft was acquitted yesterday on sons of George Isom who lived on the River this county came to tragic ends in the charge of larceny Texas one killed by a sheriffs posse Surprised the other hung by law for killing the Rev C P Williamson returned from sheriff the State of Mississippi last week whither Mr and Mrs Jeptha Cornelison on he had been called to pronounce the marMonday of last week passed the 50th an riage ceremony for Miss Payne formerly ary of their marriage Mrs Cor a pupil of Madison Female Institute nelison is seriously ill Her son John J That was certainly a compliment to be Cornelison of Mt Sterling was over to called that great distance on such a missee her last week sion but he found a greater one awaiting his rtturn During his absence the ladies IMohs of the Christian church of which he is The realiabte and long standing firm of paslor handsomely furnished a suite of Shackelford Si Gentry calls your atten rooms in the baptistry annex of the church tion to some ideas they set forth elsewhere building and had them all readv and cozy in todays issue about plows farming ma for his coming His home being in Lex chinery and general hardware ington he had no fixed place in Richmond for his study hence the step taken His Kit hniond ftayaj Arch Chapter No 16 There will be a called meeting of Rich- Â¬ study window looks out upon 4th Avenue mond R A Chapter No 16 Friday eve- beyond which three other churches lend ning March II 1S9O All companions their presence to give the vicinity a religrequested to be present Work in M E ious cast which must aid the parson in his Brussels carpets beautiand R A C D Chenault H P W line ol thought ful wall pajer an ornamental open front G White secretary stove a luxurious double couch wash Kl tries Close April 1st stand book case and all the et ceteras Only a doen days remain in which en- No one could more thoroughly appreciate tries to the Combination Sale of May 2nd a like effort than Prof Williamson From his study a door opens into the pulpit can be made Entries close April One hundred horses have already been from which stand the usual bright and entered If you have a horse to enter go interesting sermons will continue to be delivered at once and make it known -Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cied New Training and Breeding Stables Mr II C Travnor late of the firm of lt Coitest The preliminary contest of the Epiphyl lidian Society for April speakers will take place in the College Chapel Friday night and everybody is invited The speakers are Hobson Jackson Clay Tribble Herd Oldham Grinstead Cox Chenault and Dickson Kb The Prolific Sbeep C L Tipton has 6 lambs bv 2 ewes and Thompson Kerne ha 6 ewes with 13 lambs The number of twin lambs is unusual Richmond Climax We call you and go you one better Squire John Cunningham of Cunning hams of Madison has six ewes with 14 lambs Paris Kentuckian Citizen Â¬ son-in-la- w Texas on Sunday announced that Green C Igo was fchot through and through Two later telegrams state he will recover His home waa at Clavs Ferry in this countv but for a year or so he has been engaged by Mr W W Watts on his ranche in Crosby county Texas No particulars have been received Maaofarturia- - Jeweler Mr A D Ruff next door to post office calls your attention elsewhere in lo days Climax to a large stock of Jew Also to his facilities elry and silverware for setting diamonds and manufacturing Special attention given to heavy jewelry gold rings He has a quanitity of solid gold bars for making rings to order The best of work guaranteed Â¬ A telegram Shot in Texas from Eldorado Dissolution The partnership heretofore existing be tween Owen McKee and H C Traynor Â¬ under the firm name and style of McKee Traynor has been mutually dissolved See notice elsewhere in to days Climax The partnership heretofore existing be- Â¬ tween C C Wallace and Z T Rice Jr has been dissolved by mutual consent 8ee notice in to davs Climax The Coldest of AH Last Saturday March 15th was the coldest day within the past twelve months The thermometer stood all day at 30 ex cept an hour or two about noon That was two degrees lower than the coldest day of the recent snap that made ice When During the night it fell to 14 March is colder than December or January the machinery that runs the weather must be out of whack Â¬ Â¬ The Orkreil Case We merely mentioned last week that the jury in the case of Hal Cockrell for killing Amerine at Irvine had disagreed Judge J R Morton presided and Mr A R Burram represented the Commonwealth Senator Bennett Judge Riddell and son and Judge Fluty were for the defense A special term for the trial of the case was The prisoner was re fixed for June 23rd leased on 2500 bail Â¬ One Price Clothiers Hatters and Gents Furnishers 213 West Main Street Richmond Kentucky Rev Sam Jones preached at Dalton re39- cently and took occasion to deny that he intended to move to Kentucky and farm Entitled to the Best Jersey Wijon for Sale If jour kidneys are inactive you I am making mote money He said even Wagon fursale will feel and lsk wretched melan in the All are entitled to the beat tint their I have a good Jersey than any ten Bishops in the Methodist het rful society and money will buy so every family should Call at J A Higgins grocery on Main on the jlli Church and it would be foolish for me to Dr J H n go into anything like an experiment have at once a bottle of the best family Street t40- Lean Lrvrf and Kidney K ilrn wilt Chakies Waller i d lar per set ou right ay I remedy riyrup of Figs to cleanse ttie The Memorial Presbyterian Church The eecoud BUM iu bonds to the botsle system when costive or bilious For sale Kentucky Midland were issued yes erected at St Augustine Florida by H in 50c and 100 bottles by all leading terday M Flagler in remembrance of his daughOn signing the bonds and H S Driggs of Lexington has sold to druggists ter Mrs Jennie Louise Benedict who cupons F P Lowry City Clerk had Hammon Bros Tracy City Tenn the P unclaimed died in a yacht near Charleston a year The Department of Agriculture esti- - to sign bis name 1KJ0 times Paris Remaining hmouiJ Ky in tiie ending bay colt Star Russell 3 year old bv Lord week Office at Rii Rev John ago was dedicated Sunday Russell dam Princess Eloise bv Mambrino mutes that the farmers have on hand Kentuckian Citizen March 18 Paxton D D of New York delivered King Price 1200 Live Stock Record 4 59 per cenl or 9700000 H bushels of i B Ombre Cashmere the dedicatory sermon this morning and Mrlast years corn crop and that the av- Â¬ Bate Jane Mrs At Kelloggs New York sale of horses We have the novelty of the season in Bands Clannda Mr- - M E H Mitchell pastor the Memorial sererage price on March st was 279 cents 87 head sold for cashmere ombres m 35905 an average of Brvant vice this afternoon The church is an elP elan It Cured Bright Disease 40- - Ckkokk Bennett 4 UitMSTDv Dover Fred 2712 The 25 head of Pleasanton Stock egant structure costing with the parson Earlv Farm brought 52115 average 2084 8peepvell K May 4 18S9 This The spectacle of forty four miles of Embrv BurtM age a quarter of a million dollars Among C The 20 head of another California party is to certify that 1 had Brights Di ease the congregation were Mr Flaglers fam or something very much like it ami calts is enough to make auy one shud- - Francis Amanda sold for 19520 average 976 ily Mrs Benjamin Harrison Mrs Wan was iu very feeble health This was in tier pt that is the length to which the Gentry La id Rut Turner lordan Of 141 breeding establishments in the the year of lhJ7 I used one dozen London cabs would extend if ILey were Russell B amaker Miss Wanamaker entrv Olive Bluegrats region of Kentucky it has been bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and placed in a line Harrison and wife and Architects Car We owe this iuter- Dentscher Sidnev am low belr bealtli than I have est ing calculation to ir Charles War- - HarvevJohn ascertained that the trotter is bred at 106 rere and Hastings of New York Raisirlich Hills been for years The trotter is king in Kentucky havmg Hopnson lames ren jAmm M Hendrex Loudon Court Journal An amusing incident occurred at a loPulera Hobambe Tonuny long ago displaced the thoroughbred from Bold by W O White Prescription cal church the other night The preacher Opoleo Hugiun B4 The Patent Medirine 49 eow the position he held so long Breeders Druggist Kichmond Ky was offering up a fervent prayer and an er Lizzie lack son David Doctor I thank you for your medi Jusson dorev Gazette enthusiastic member seated away in the Millinery Opening It lieliied me very much in cine A good brood mare is the best property Post Office hours from a M to 7 p rear was working the amen racket with I do not hesitate to say that I have deed How many bottes of it did M Money order and registered letter COMBS a man ran own What a tmltl minp 1ingreat zeal and sometimes at the wrong I None at all My hours prompt 7 a nf to r f PrctUst lioe of PriuK you take nehaha has been to L J Rose Three rf point The visiting preacher next led in been brought lo uncle- took oue aud I am now his sole J B WILLIS P M Noal Johnson the man that got shot her colts sold at auction have brought prayer and thinking that the amens had i MT Oil the L7ttl 28th and heir It before Christmas is better but still keeps 26500 and 8ooo Minnehaha lttlmOId 25800 come from a eacriigious sinner petitioned of March th weather permitting I his bed is the only horse Mr Rose reserved in If you want the best Sieel Range the Throne of Grace in behalf of the will give the ladies an opportunity to Wm Patrick Milton Cox Ebb Cox closing out his trotting stock Sun Gentry 40 41 call on Shackelford scoffer When he was through the local inspect my goods and get prices Come Sixty four trains passed through here preacher explained that there was a mis- Â¬ and H Coyle signed the temperance John Dillard as a sire of the dams of one come all James U Robertson was killed and Friday and Saturday Many of them were take the amen man also explained the pledge last Sunday trotters has a very remarkable record The Boot and Shoe linn of W Wm Bailey wounded iu a Scott county 40 41 Mrs M FSTONE C O which had to go through visiting preacher apologized and every from the lved A Rice Richmond Ky Mr Felix I Jones of thi6 place is can- His daughters have produced Eric 2iS 2 tigni here on account of several washouts near thing was lovely and serene again The vassing Yates precinct for a book pub- McLeod 221 Mambrino Archie 222 by mutual consent no Monday March Hose V V WALLACE 3rd 1990 l i Uiii J Coney Island Paris News R F C Phil Thompson 216 CUmiWCU WIIU l custom of the brethren expressing their lishing company in Chicago rWlor T IU l K Jk T 4043 of aieute headache take one of Or A resolution has been introdu ed in the approval and interest in a prayer by such Wild Rake 3years 2i214 Ladies and Misses There is quite a boom in this village Wick 226 J H McLeans Little Liver autl Kid CruiHouse authorizing the Detroit Railway ejaculations as amen Praise the Lord 40- - Ckooke now Mr C Benge is telling lots at big Syenite 2294 Repetition 219 ney Ptilets They are pleasant to take Bennett Ckmston Kentuckian Citizen ser 22S3 and Telegraph Company to construct a and so on is a very old one in the Meth- Â¬ prices So much for the railroad and will core ou 25 cis a vial 40 52 Gen Grosvenors bill establishing the tunnel under Detroit river between Can- odist Church but of late years it has beAmong thoroughbred brood marcs Mar Rev Mason Jones is pastor of the Con Gov Stoue has ordered the election Chicks manga and Chattanooga Nationada and Detroit for the use of railway come obsolete to a great extent as it seems gregationalist church Have prayer iposa unquestionably stands at the head al Military Park lias leen unanimously of 129 delegates to the 1 iissippi Con- All persons are hereby warned aain t trains it should It is a lip service which often meeting Wednesday nights Sunday of the list in one respect all of her first approved by the military committee of stitutional Convention which meets at trespassing in any way whatever on my B will be oushed to grates on the ears of the rest of the conThe R N I lainl in Madison county or ipon rchool every Sun Jay Joseph Alexander ten foals being winners They are Beati- Â¬ the national House of Representatives Jacksou next August of m v children for whom I un guardian completion notwithstanding the change gregation who are satisfied to pray in se- superintendent Wm Shifflet assistant tude Boulevard Bliss Beatrice Swift S J HAGAN 40 41 Judge McComus who was Lieuten of management of the Monon a ad Louis- cret believing that the Father will keep superintendent There is much interest Glideaway Ada D and Marshal Luke leilIf you spit up phlegm and are troulv with a hacking cough use Dr J ant Governor and who in the absence ville Southern The prospects for its ex- His promise to reward them openly Mariposa is now 21 years old and almanifested in the school by both old and H Mcleans Tar Wine Lung Balm of Gov Wise signed John Browns tension through the mountains into Vir- Stanford Journal young The day is dawning when we can though she was trained when she was 40 52 SETTLE INIEDUTELT Â¬ death watraut died at Fort Scott ginia are good Bishop T U Dudley has just returned have a first class community There is young was not a success on the turf win The Kentucky Queen is a Steel Range Kansas Tuesday aged seventy four Mason Hoge Co have been awarded from an important tour through the prinnothing better than a good Sunday school ning but one race Advocate and is a beautv years The firm ol Wai ia k A Hit k Rich E Madden of Lexington has the contract for twenty five miles of the cipal cities of the New England States John Combs is in the south eastern corner of 1 desir 40 41 mond Ky havii 1 Siiackeifokd A Gentry heaviest work on the Norfolk To J W Western which was undertaken at the earnest re- Madison county about 14 miles from made the following sales DRINKEXNESS HABIT ln all that all persons indebted to us call at LIUIOK Apron Goods Railroad Extension including two long quest of the General Convention of the Richmond the World there is bat One fare once at the old stand and settle It is at the foot of Combs Bethell Sharp Post office N C Lunette tunnels and also the work of csmpleting Protestant Episcopal Church which met mountain on the dividing waters of bay rnare 5 bv Lumps dam Lady K by means ail accounts Dp to March rd Dr Haines hidden Specific Dout fail to see our Bordered Apron F in New York last fall The principal ob- Drowning Creek J ul General George H Thomas dam Lady Goods the Belt Line to Richmond Virginia It ran lie given iu a cup ot tea or coffee lon- - Mlc and Red Lick Combs 1 HICK Jit 40 without Hit- knowledge of the person taking ject of this tour was to enlist the sympa mountain is very 3200 To 40- - Crooke Bennett 4 Urmston tt ediag t The greatest surprise experienced in anil MnaWMSt curattractive especially Crane by Faoletta price whether I lie luUienl is a moderate IriuUer railroad circles for many a day was that thies of the Northern members of the when it has a crop of wheat on its sum- Â¬ Charles Kenyon Providence R I Lot- Â¬ wreek dnoo 1 The equestrian statue of Geu Lee au alcoholiccured whoThousands of the liohh - I C f tie Wilkes bay mare I by have been have taken I by which llie management of the Monon church in behalf of missionary work mit ready for harvest It can be seen a will lie unvaried at Richmond May Sinn tic m their coffee without iMrkos ITJI among the negroes and to place the mat- long way ATfl T T OIO Alcyone dam Dixie by Rattler her dam railroad and its leased lines including the Combs has 50 inhabitants one I The horse aul rider in H 1 Louisville Southern was completely ter before them in such a light that they church a post office dry goods store by Roebuck price 3000 She is in foal will lie ou a pedestal thirty OutrngfrnimmIVI l nine feet iu teed Siend for circular and full particulars could be brought to understand that there to Bell Boy To George Leavitt Boston changed The annual meeting for the mill and blacksmithshop grist H Cox Iieicht The top of the Column will be Address m confidence GolDKN si ei1mc J Mass Montie bay gelding 186 Knie 17 10 t CiuclunaU u election of officers was held in New York were difficulties in the way of such work Son blacksmiths James E Combs sixly one feet above the ground by Tremontdam Kitty Robinson by Frank Wednesday The old oficerswere that the Northern members did not under- owner of mill on last Anderson Lakes drv Adrlce to Ifother I have a few lots on Fifth Street Imperkkct digestion and assimiladumbfounded when they discovered that stand Bishop Dudley left on his mission goods merchant M E Stivers clerk I Moscow price 1000 L S Record Mr WnreLoW3SuriHiioSTirpshvi1cl always re leauti- January 1 and has been actively engaged will not tion produce disordered conditions of be used when children are cumrg teth It re ready for sale Th the Pennsylvania road and its ally the L gie the postmasters name at Duntons Spirit of the Turf has the fol- the system which grow anil are con Â¬ nerea the littleioffererit once ltprodacesnatarat fully located on high and gently roll- Â¬ Probably His Name Troubled Him in it ever since During the time Boston N both their enemies were in posses sleep the bngb t this writing but I can say that he has lowing to say of the sale of Alcazar firmed by neglect Dr J H McLeau s quiet button and tt ilittle cherub iwakesastaite It ing ground and are considered hy ev Â¬ aa a Readers of The Climax will recall the sion by purchase and proxy of sufficient Philadelphia New York and other cities Terr pleasant to erybody as heing the be t located of had bad luck of late Three years ago it We wlh to compliment the Uihlein Strengthened Cordial and Blood Pu ri soothes the child aoftens therumxallaTi all pain advertisement of the Schneck property in stock to defeat them Dr Bre fogle of were visited and the Bishop spoke as ofany in the city for rtsideni teg- - iatea the boweie and iethe beat known resaadr was stated in The Climax that he kept Bros of Milwaukee Wis for their most tier by iis tonic properties cures indi iot aiarrncea wnecner anjing rroc Persons who wish to build nice honaaa Jessamine county Of the sale the Nich New Albany Indiana was elected Presi ten as three times a day He says he his office in a gestion and gives loue to be stomach causes Twcnty flT cent a other gourd that gourd during excellent purchase this week When the will do well to ex inline these lots I 40 52 found the people of the church willing to olasville Democrat says II 00 per bottle 6 0 dent It is believed that the Pennsylvawill only place a few n the market at the heavy rains sprung a leak He says bidding began upon Alcazar at the KelHe made no John Schnecks sale took place Tuesday nia will manage the Monon an i that the listen and quick to respond present I have a plot of the ground Wall Papers he wants another gourd This is not all logg sale in New York there was a buzz at his farm near Logana The farm was L A N will take in charge the Louisville effort to collect money for missionary pur- Â¬ of his bad luck Not long since there at Dr Poyntzs office The Singer Still on Top Largest and cheapest line of wall pa of voices in anticipation of what was to not sold only 40 per acre being offered Southern poses but says collections were taken up T S BRONSTON The L i N has been the The business of the Singer Sewing was a call for him about two hours before be the ultima The first bid came from pers in town it Jersey stock brought fair prices rang- Â¬ Louisville Southerns bitterest antagonist which were large though he had nothing day to go in hatte about two miles dis- that excellent judge of horseflesh Colonel 4- 0- Crookk Bknnktt A Urmston Machine Company was larger last year ing from 50 to 125 The sale was con- Â¬ but now they will dwell together in unity to do with that and kept no account of it than for ten years before aud so far He mounted a swift mule for the John E Madden of 15000 A E Tiptant Look for the picture of the Kentucky ducted by Mr Schnecks father B will likewise be under He expects to do more work in the same task The R N I Ibis year i i better than it was last Our Down Coperas Branch he went ton and Robert Steele entered into the 0 awtiile but at present is busily Queen you will find it iu this paper Several months since Mr W A Logan control of the L N The change will line after machines are improving year by year He soon crossed over on Keaton Hollow bidding with much zest but the Uihlein 40 11 engaged in work pertaining to his own traced his farm to John Schneck for a have little effect oil Richmond and Madiand now are the simplest in construe Bros clung to them like Banquos ghost down the hollow he went into a mud hotel in Seymore Inj Young Schneck son county The connections at Nicho diocese Bishop Dudley is in good health Richard Daniels a wealthy New lion most durable and best for the hole he plunged the mule by the hardest until the bidding stopped at 25800 at removed to his farm and seemed to be a lasville with the Cincinnati Southern may and spirits Courier Journal got out it gave the rider a scare He which price they secured the great horse York banker died and his remains money of auy machine made No ice is hereby given that the part Â¬ very industrious farmer lie acquired a not be as good as they otherwise A meeting of the Executive Committee nership which has existed IsMween the 3S 40 would J F STONE offered up a short prayer and laid whip to We cannot see clearly why Alcazar is not were buried at Nicholasvllle his old mania for trading and would trade for have been But through travel to Chicago of the two Conferences in Kentucky of undersigned under the firm nun the mule and he was in ten times worse as good a stallion as there is in America home For twenty years he was a The citizens of Harrodsburg have in ItcKU A TkaWiK has been mutual Â¬ anything in sight Things went along will remain the same while south over the Methodist Episcopal Church South People differ radically upon mat- banker in Memphis where he made a corporated an ice factory with a capi- ly di solved mud hole than the first the mule stood to day All pariieo indebted to smoothlt- for awhile and young Schneck N will be improved Lexington appointed to devise plans for the celethe L on his head in the blue clay the rider ters of this sort and are all undoubtedly fortune and left there for Wall Street tal of 10000 the firm will settle at once witli Owen went to Ohio or Indiana where he was will be a sufferer by the change as freight bration of the Methodist Centennial in McKee and all parties bavit g claims parted the clay in front of the mule He honest in their convictions and we are Handkerchiefs married to a very beautiful young lady and passenger competition will no longer this State was held recently at Lexing you want lo buy a sulky surrey against the firm will present them for If brought every muscle into action to beat glad that they do differ and are also glad Klegant line of ladies handkerchiefs buggy or carriage call on Donelson payment to Owen McKee on or The couple resided on the farm Young exist between that point and Louisville ton 1 he comittee was entirely har- Â¬ the mule up he did so and kept out of to believe them honest in their beliefs 40- May 1st 1H This Have lltb IflMk to Schneck6 mania for trading seemed Ckooke Bennfttt AUioistox The Chesapeake Ohio and the Ken- monious and every member present The his way both got out loaded with blue We need not take up time or space to anfor he has the latest best and cheapest OWEN Mi K grow upon him until his friends grew sus- Â¬ tucky Union will not be able to make as design is to assemble the largest number 5- H EN KY C T it A Y NOR 40 43 The Kentucky Queen lias a good word clay He did not offer up a second prayer alyze the pedigree ot Alcazar or to offer His father was in- low rates to Louisville for the same reason possible of our best citizenship to picious of his actions but thought that Paul was quite right evidence of his speed suffice it to say he from every lady that has used it 40 41 formed about him and he came and took hear the ablest men of the Church upon when he said that it was best not to is a full brother to Sweetness 2224 Rich- Â¬ John G Old people suffer much from disor Â¬ his son home Schneck would trade for timely topics with a view to increasing his ders of the urinary organs and are al mond is not named yet Eva 223 PERSONAL and San Gabriel 229 carries im- Â¬ The little boy marry Ky anything He bought a half dozen saddles the interest means and progress of the ways gratified at the wonderful effects mense stocks of Salt Lime own record 2204 being made as a in this city in one day saying that he Mrs S B White visited Mrs E T denomination in its heaven set work It I Communicated His sire is Sultan 224 with iS in of Dr J H Leans Liver and Kidney the Balm in banishing their troubles One Cement and needed them when he traded horses was determined to hold the great mass W C T U Convention Powell in Covington last week the 230 list at 15 year of age his dam Dollar per bottle 40 2 Im- Â¬ Those who attended the sale 6ay that Machinery meeting on the grounds of the Kentucky Mrs Stone returned home Monday afThe First W C T U District of Ken Minnehaha the wonderful brood mare as many old saddles bugthey never saw Chautauqua Assembly at Lexington on KM 61ves plements Sulkies Gear and with five in the 230 list Not only so but ter a fifteen days stay in Cincinnati tucky held its annual Convention at Longies machinery etc at a sale in their May 15 next This charming park and Best make of Ladies and Misse Kid the best line of Groceries in given us the great brood mare don Ky March 5th to 7th inclusive In she has Mrs John McCord of Clark county lives handsome auditory is capable of acom Every pair the spite of the cold and stormy weather the Beautiful Bells who at the age of 16 put Gloves ever iu town who has been seriously ill is better modating many thousands and has every Convention was declared by all a success four of her children into the charmed cir- guaranteed Real Estate Deals 41- Mr Duke Tipton of Winchester visited needed feature for safety and comfort This Fine Saddle Stallion wiill mike the The officers elected for the ensuing year cle and is the mother of the 51000 Bell 40- - Ckooke Bennett A Urmston W E Luxon has exchanged his large relatives in this county the past few days It was granted by authority free of season of iSqo at the Fair Grcu You will have no use for spectacles if were as follows President Mrs Bore Boy So we feel that if ever a man is business house on Main Street with Joe For sick headache female trouble you use Dr J H McLeans Strength Â¬ Richmond Kv a Mr Waldin and wife of Council Bluffs charge for this use by the Executive ing London Corresponding Secretary justified in boasting the Uihlein Bros neuralgic pains in the bead take Dr J ening Eye Collins for the latters farm of 240 acres Salve it removes the film Arrangements will be made visiting at Mr Jason Walkers Committee who were Mrs L M Dodge Glade Recording could boast without a blush A few months H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney and scum which accumulates on the one mile out on the Tates Creek pike with the railroads for trains and rates TO INSURE have gone home COIT 40 52 ago Aug Uihlein waxed eloquent in dis Pellets 25 cents a vial Secretary Miss Carrie Woods Lancaster eye balls sutslues Inflammation cools The house goes in at 12000 and the of Louisville which will induce crowds to come from Treasurer Mrs Dr Lowell Mt Vernon Mr J M Armstrong and soothes the irritated nerves we cussing the breeding problem when The Chattanooga News says that farm at 18000 Mr Luxons father at hands high all directions These with the inducesight JESSE COBB is i5 Delegates were present from most of the spoke of hi excellent purchases in laying there is at least oue hundred and fifty strengthens weak and failing 40 52 Lexington has sold his property and will was here the past week representing the ments of the place programme and peochestnut color 4 year old weighs close to cents a box 1200 pounds fine action and is a model remove here to reside with his son For Louisville Savings Loan anci Building ple will enable the visitor to the Bluegrass Unions and interesting report were sent the foundation of the Uihlein stud But millions of dollars now being invested Covington has a population of 42700 saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond he we did not dream at that time that the within a radius of 100 miles in from others more than thirty years Mr W E Luxon Company around that Capital to enjoy such a day as the last The day services were devoted princi- Â¬ Uihlein Bros contemplated a purchase city Eastern Kentucky cau also claim and the assessed value of property in by Eatill Eric sire of dam of Geo Col T S Moberley and wife Hon W has conducted a confectionery business in -econd dam The and Bell Vara hundred years has not afforded 2191 pally to business and discussion of methods like this He appears as natural as life B Smith and wife Miss Ann e Letcher meeting will include Richmond at least fifty millions of foreign capital that city is 17000000 Lucy by Davy Cn Mm by evening among jars ot candy cases of sweet cakes and Miss Maria willie Smith attended the exercises iner6persed with the best in of work just a Utile out of that circle Burnam Hume are agents for first Cannon Whip 4th dam bv Traveller DIED Thursday night Mrs L M Dodge of HiAKLKS ft toIAERS BH baskets of fruit and cans of oysters but Patti concerts in Louisville last week 40 strumental and vocal music Dinner is Buy a Kentucky Queen for your wife class insurance eompauies Try them the Glade Union addressed a full house how he will appear holding the precisely 33 32 Mr J W Colyar for the pait five years to be served on the grounds at moderate 40 41 child of Pearson Parks and make her happy The feeling the ribs in the Internal Revenue service and who cost The co operation of all pastors in on the point directly at issue the Temlines over thoroughbreds Burial at family Frequently accidents occur In the perance Work and Friday night Mrs deceased died Sunday Lace Curtains of short horns to see how much fat they made a great many friends here was re- both conferences is earnestly asked They household which cause burns cuts burying ground between Richmond and YETEWMARYSPtCinCS chasing berkshires out of corn lieved on Saturday and has leturned to will be furnished in time with circular an- Josephine H Henry of Versailles spoke are gaining Our Lace Curtain stock is complete sprains and bruises fir use in such more particularly on the Equal Rights Red House on Monday 40- or Sanaa Cattla Sheep Sop logs fields and shying rocks at rapacious dogs his home in Somerset A Urmston cases Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil iroske Bennett nouncements of details All churches of son of J C and Sidney AJTD potjlthy Movement and its effect on W C T U Liuiment has for many years been the alter his southdown flocks remains to be sister denominations are cordially invited night coughs constant favorite family remedy ROtTtY suffocations a Paaw B k MTmiatit - Aar died in Richmond Kv Nettie Chenault work MATRIMONIAL Cfcart Scat Freseen and ad the common affections of the to attend and enjoy the occasion to the 40 52 era i FeTPraawwiwfcIaatai The Convention closed Friday night the on Monday March 17th 1890 of measles throat and lungs quickly relieved hy C E Smith and others have bought of utmost It is pioposed to hold similar AAI SptMl MeBltrHtf J TS delegates leaving for their homes with Funeral took place at the residence yester- Dr J H McLeans Tar Wiue Lung Commenting on the marriage of Miss The fire at Liberty Casey county meetings in each Presiding Elders disHarvey Douglas 10 acres of land at the f Ulsteasaer Slii il Balm 40 52 day and interment in the Richmond Cempleasant recollections of the Convention Fannie Barnelt late of Richmond to Mr amounted to 70000 Bots r iraVa rVwrara DD trict during the spring and summer town limits on the Big Hill turnpike for Heave and the hospitoity of the London people etery Winters of Paris the Kentuckan Citizen When you see the Kentucky Queen allc ar Urifn Bcllyaehe It will be lotted and put on the There is no reason to doubt that the anDonelson has a quantity of new sul Â¬ FF -- ntacarrtatre 6000 ti says Bearrtfcs They were married twice in one Miss Nannie Burgin eldest single and know how cheap they are you I rinary a4 Htaaaj ta niversary of the conference held by the kies surries and buggies of the newest market HH KrottTC Dtaraara day by a Squire in Cavingtoi then the daughter of Mrs Mary Burgin near Fox cant help buying one 40 41 heroic Asbury at Mastersons Station in and most popular patterns and at very JK Dlaeaaeaal IHeatiM raraifaaa T S Bronston has sold to J J Brooks Rabbi in Cincinnati As Rich as Cnesns town in Madison countv died on Sun 5- 1700 will be a memorable one worthy in In the Fayette County Clerks office reasonable figures his real estate west of Fifth Street extenOaisjie Eli Zane of 1306 Thompson St is a day March 16th 1890 Funeral on TuesStable Case wtt OU slid Xei OOMMUV ICATKD T11M1I 11 are every way of the man and the cause that sion between Moberley Avenue and the I Tuesday morning March nth 1S90 at In case of Fever and Ague the blood Jar VeterlasIT CaraOH lucky man He has just drawn a day and interment m the fsmily burying Mary Howard Preston of Trimble he illustrated so signally Courier-Journa- l B for 5000 It measures 590 county Ky deeded to Bishop Camil is aa effectually though not m danger R N I laid br Df jsy o B watpt af Frio 11 oclock at the residence of the brides twentieth of the second capital prize of ground oaaattrr lus P Maes of Covington in consider Â¬ ously poisoned by the effluvium of the and ia aar feet by 155 - T SL Ca10 father Mr David Noble near this city Hurrmaaej 100000 in The Louisiana State Lottery Hugh Thorpe died on Muddy Creek atmosphere as it could be by the dead ation of 1 140 acres nf land six miles liest noiaou Dr J H McLeans bills has bought of George Miss Sallie Annise Noble was united in 5 Beattv Middleton Hon C M Thomas sold to J Malcolm aud liml himself the possessor of Waco vicinity Madison county on WedSTJaCPHS Myers the vacant lot on West Main marriage to Mr John R Bradshaw of Forbes of Boston the bay filly Edgeline 000 he repeated to nesday March nth 1890 of pneumonia north ot Lexington This land is to be aud Fever Cure will eradicate this pois Â¬ Am I happy HOXSOPATEIC used by the Catholic Church for some on from the system Fifty cents a botMyers Garrard Street between the residences of Rev E Burnam officiating 2 by Victor Von Bismarck dam Edge an Item reporter who called on him aged 2t years Sermon by Rev E H 40 52 institution of charity or learning or tle SPECIFIC Mo and Hay for tooo The bride is one of our most beautiful ami water Belle by Edgewater for 5ooo Well I should smile What do you Burnam He was a brother of Deputy both rwr A good manv people got ice Friday The land transfers recorded in the accomplished belles and her absence will Edgeline is a full sister to the famous exiect of a mai who gets 5000 for one Circuit Clerk Stanton Thorpe this place Why I feel as rich h Croesus dollar Buy the Keutucky Queen he best and Saturday but it had to be bandied Edgemark 216 unbeaten as a clerks office the first two weeks of March be keenly felt The groom is an enterfrW rrW JreJW with shovels as it waa so brittle ami Item January Philadelphia Pa prising farmer and is held in high esteem and will no doubt be heard from as Parity has Bscaped J 100 Ro Steel Range made amounted to 25000 and town loti 15 mushy Stanford Jjurnal 31st It 40 41 by all who know iiim 6he is very fast Pari News ard Skackelfokd A Gentry it 000 Â¬ Â¬ John Donelson proprietor of the Ken tucky Carriage Works Richmond has sold to Asher Brothers at Ford his farm of 100 acres for 15000 This is an advance of at least 500 per cent within the past half dozen years J B and T P Irvine have sold their farm one mile from Ford in Madison county recently advertised in The Climax to Rufus Shearer for per acre The soil is good but the improvements only moderate The price iniictaes that lands in the vicinity of Ford are advancing B J Clay this place has sold to Capt J M Thomas of Paris his lot interests at Ford The Paris Kentuckian Citizen says Capt Thomas has purchased the interest of Brutus J Clay in the Ford property which is one third at a considerable advance on what he paid a few months since for the other two thirds He Ins employed Mr J W Fox of this city to map the property and lay off streets and will at an early date offer a section of very desirable lots for sale Fard has a population of nearly 500 It is the largest manufacturing point on the Kentucky rier The immense plant of the Asher Lumber Company the Ford Lumber Company and Longs Mills give it a great- Â¬ er capacity for the production of lumber than any place in the State It is an ac Â¬ cessible and desirable place a turnpike road is being constructed from Richmond to Ford and thence down to Boonesboro The river here is the best place to catch logs the Asher booms have caught and held the logs of the Kentucky L nion and Kentucky Timber Company which the Beattvville booms lost Ford it a point of no small importance several hundred men are employed there at good wages continually Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KID BUTTON IN OPERA TOE FRENCH TOE PARIS TOE RELIGIOUS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jeff Mitchell has been in town the past week unloading some of his favorite yarns Win Cornwall Jr President of the Three Forks Investment Co is in town looking after the interests of the company Wm Isaacs has resigned his position as head chainman under Capt Gordon to accept a more profitable one in Blooming ton Illinois Jeff Mitchell Dr Park and Andrew Gordon rowed a skiff from Irvine to Beattvville the distance being 35 miles against a swift currant They report a good pull Capt C A Gordon Locating En giner has returned from Manchester to accept the position of Chief Engineer of the Three Forks Investment Co at this place Andrew Gordon Resident Engineer on the 10th residency of the R N I B Ry has just returned from Richmond He reports a nice trip and a profitable journey Many wandering reports have been circulated regarding the recent flood at this place The loss will not exceed one lifth the estimated damages The water was ascertained by careful measurment to be 6 feet and 9 inches higher than eer known before here On Sunday morning about 10 oclock at the home of L Sloan a difficulty arose between Sloan and Abe Derbins which He resulted in the killing of Derbins was shot with an old fashioned muzzle loading rifle The ball entered his back near the shoulder blade coming out at the breast near the heart causing death instantly Sloan was given a preliminary trial His bond was fixed at 1000 which he failed to give and was lodged in jail to wait the action of the Grand Jury Â¬ IN ALL STYLES HAND SEWED CALF KANGAROO BOYS SHOES IN at a Fair Livina Profit Common Sense Toe ALL QUALITIES Â¬ FThese Shoes bear our brand and every pair is warranted SMALL PROFIT PRICE OUR MOTTO HONEST TREATMENT PERFECT FITS AND ONE FIXED A GUARANTEE 0VRemember that wi h EVERY PAIR VORIBS SOHOOLFIBLDOO iFtt LETTERS I 1 1 -- I jjjBLJA J11 te ilh i I Dissolution Notice Â¬ i4 Hrl nlilbh I1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POSTED s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lui I - Â¬ eight-year-ol- d f Â¬ jfe t tJifTSJSLIS I srl11lrol- d Ji f LUlU WUIUi d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Notice Dissolution Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Taylor Hair JESSE COBB i Farm and best Â¬ Â¬ dfua I market Â¬ SIS i Â¬ Â¬ 1 d Â¬ HUMPHREYS a4 Â¬ two-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Peat nlaiMi Il lip Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fTS Â¬ Â¬ feme Dam BBnaftiaBBtanam ra ySStSESBlxe ft ft fiO CLEAR THE TRACK AND CLOSE ALL SWITCHES ATTORNEYS WHERE THE GRIPPE ORIGINATED JQ FOR THE J C I the main liae and all others side tracked Makes the fastest time Has free and bat rwnrtini nf all SULKY PLOWS on the track right of way on all lines and takes coal and water on the run U L 1 D LUV1 r UK IT T I X m TV K I at T P 1 I Ior sale lv IE IMI 1 Where all the best FARMING HARDWARE can be bought for the least money next door to Post Office IW BOOT RING STILL IN THE -- ANJ SHOE HOUSE TO BE ENLARGED AND HERE WE COME AGAIN WITH A RUB L OT OK CHOICE Groceries RemodeleD -- FOR THE- - NEW YEAR We handle the best of everything and give you the On account of the iiieonveuieDce that will occur therefrom we have decided to sell out our enormous stock of Lnd AW PRICES Possible Boots Shoes HATS AND AT A extend our unbounded thanks to our large list of customers who have patronized u- - so liberally and promise to treat them as well in the future as in the past FURNISHING GOODS Great SACRIFICE tW From now until the builders begin and complete their work Jti t as glad to see new This will be a rare opporcustomers as old 01 tunity for the people of Richmond and Madison county to get the Eagan Chenault melt H Biggest Bargains They have ever received from any source for our stock is one of the best and largest in GORMLEY SDDLES WC CENTRAL KENTUCKY This is no catch penny to get rid I IID HARNESS ov of goods but we are in earnest about evervthine we saw We have all the latest stvles in The origin of tbe grippe which has caused so many detttht in the United State i9 traced by a wirres pondent of the London Times upon Office No 114 Burnama Bonding First what appears to be probable rouuda St reel t io the iuaauitary cunditlous coupled ASULLIVAN by floods produced with famine throughout au immense extent of thick TTORNRY A T LA W Kentucky ly inhabited country iu asteru Asia Richmond about two years ago The great flood Office on Fin t Street aam as formerly oc Â¬ in tiie province of Honau China cupied by County Judge Mtiltr caused it will be remembered by the Qm S VOW ELL bursting of the banks of the Hoang Ho or Yellow river spread over an area of A TTORNEY A T JLA Hr abuul 4700000 acres and caused a loss Kentucky Richmond of life from drowning estimated at from one lo seven millions In October Office on Second Street lbSS the new embankment constructed at enormous cost was swept away DENTAL KURUKRY by a tummer flood inundating a sec ond time u vast extent of low lying JJR A WILKES SMITH fertile land Later iu tiie same year DENTAL SURGEOX Kentvcky tnere were terrible floods in Manchuria Richmond hundreds of thousands Office Smith Building Main Street Office imtoverishiug hours Ml to ItM M IM to 400 P M and producing as reported at thetime SWPnietice limited to dentistry much illness and fever The effects of the Hoang Ho flood C MORGAN D D S were sjiecially disastrous During the RICHMOND KENTUCKY summer of 1889 there was great distress in the towns and villages elevated Office Main Street over Madison National above the plain and spared by the Bank flood but deprived of their means of w 0WSEft D D s living the fertile laud having been covered by the yellow mud brought KIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY down by the swollen river The great MBoe at Klnuell residence Everything level area was dtied up by tiie intense don nertaiBifa Ui the pmfessiou summer heat of this region but was no longer capable of supporting a large PHYSICIANS population The result was that the survivors were compelled to live upn J It rOYxNTZ roots grasses and any thiug that could PHYSIC I A X A ND S UJIG EON be picked up until relief was provided Kentucky While tamisliiug they were e posed to Richmond the countless millions of organic spores Office Second Street next to Whites Drug developed in the marshy water of the Store flooded area which must hve been Qm W EVANS M D thick with the manure and re use of a PIITSICIAN AND SURGE OX dense population It would not Kentucky been surprising says tlie correspondRichmond ent of the Times if some malarious disease had been strongly developed iu Office Second Street tiiese unusual conditions and the peT J TAYLOR culiar character of the rich earth from which the Yellow river derives its Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery Kentucky name would be likely to give rise to inRichmond fective organisms differing from those Office Second Street over Dykes Grocery common to marshy districts iu tropical Stoie and temperate climates There appears to be reason for supposing hat tiie JOHN M FOSTER preseut epidemic of influenza had its PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON source iu the dried up surface of the Kentucky sodden soil of the province of Honan Richmond Tlie data now at hand suffice to mark Office Main Street next door to Luxona upstairs residence at cor Main and Tates out China or Siberia as tlie breeding Creek Avenue ground of tbe disease but future inquiry PHIL ROBERTS may justify the more exact location here suggested The westward course 1 SICIA N A XD S I If GE OX P II of the gripjie has been already to gome Kentucky Richmond extent traced As eaily as October 15 Office At Wines A Tudors Drng Store one it was at Tomsk 2000 miles east of St v comer Offers lis prodoor lelow Ramsey fessional services to the public Petersburg By November linearly the whole of European Russia was affected In December it was in the yjm T SEXSMITH M D chief cities of Western Europe having PIITSICIAX AND SURGEON Kentucky been carried it appears iu letters parWhite Hall cels and articles of merchandise Be ing iuteti ely infectious it has spread Offers his professional services to the public with great rapidity by reason it is thought of the improved lacilities for JJR S M LETCHER travel and transportation ol goods at the present day A comparison of the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky dates of firmer epidemics and Chinese Richmond Hoods indicates the causal relation The epidemic of lu above suggested Office Smith Building Main Street lltiena iu Europe in 1832 3 was preceded by great floods in China which W BRIGHT M 1 occurred iu 1830 1 and that of 1854 5 AND S I RGEOX PHYSICIAN Kewtvckt was preceded by the floods of 1851 3 Richmond Whether the epidemics of lc33 1837 Office In Smith Building on Main Street Special attention yiven to iiiK ioscopical and and 1847 were similarly associated with Chemical xamnmtiousof lissiios and fluids Chinese inundations remains lo be as of the human body certained by study of the Chinese flood BOLTON record The nature of tue grippe points it is held to a malarious origin among Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Be this as it may it Kentucky ill fed people Richmond did not it is believed originats in Eu- Â¬ Hours S30 to Office over I M Bright Special etteiilion rope or North America IbM a M J0 lo 400 p m BURNAM A TTORNEYS A T LA W Kentucky Richmond FRT CONCERNING FARMERS la Scott county thirty mule celts at f70 J Â¬ 16- Â¬ 3- 3- 47- IR 8- he Â¬ 1R Â¬ S- JR 3- JR Â¬ Â¬ s- - 28- Â¬ H Â¬ 3- DEC8 Hemp has advanced receutly ami in Fayette is selling nt 6 75 Iu Wayne county forty four 1050 pound cattle sold at 3 cents On six acres of A Farres farm I Moore aud Win Henderson raised 12 928 pounds of tobacco and sold Woodford Sun 31280 to Hleatt Bros J M Hutsell returned Thursday from Miss where he haseeii Columbus since September laM and sold 275 head of mules Paris Kentuckian Citizen Wood sold to Tribble of Ferris Madison 07 2 year old 800 pound ctittl at 3 c also to Ferguson of Bourbon 2 car loads of 1300 pound feeders at 4 tents Danville Advocate A load of Kansas hogs sold in Kansas City a few days since were len mouths old aud averaged 230 lbs They were raised on alfalfa until six weeks before marketing when they were et com Farmers Home to harden the flssh Journal W T Bucknersold 300 acres of land ou Cane Ridge to Ciias Clark of Helena Mason county for S5 per acre This is part of the Win Buckner faun Paris Kentuckian Cit zen The Swine Breeders Journal thinks the large number of Poland China hogs being recorded renders It wrossssry that the Association lake some action looking to a reduction in number and Some an Jmurovenient in quality rules should be adoptee which would disqualify an indifferent animal no matter if its ancestors are recorded Home Journal Henry Nelson will raise this year oo the farm of John W Prewitt 45 acres of hemp This will probably be the largest hemp field iu tlie country He will cut and break it by machinery these machines being now considered Roger Jones Jr and Ed a success Browning Jr will also raise over 300 acres on the farm of J H Jraves and other large crops will probably bo sown The prices realized last fall have stim Â¬ ulated production and a large atop this year will be the probable result Win chester Democrat A Minnesota man has offered 4 per bushel for 2000 bushels of hemp seed in Lexington Ky He wants it to sow in his State and it is doubtful if he gets the seed This is a curious commodity When farmers save a large crop the price is very low but if au unusual de mand springs up they are sure to be caught short and prices get on a boom Sred kept over a year are considered almost worthless for sowing The price of hemp has advanced 25 cents per hundred this week aud good crops now sell at 5 75 Farmers Home Journal The Commissioner of Indian Affairs has instructed the agents of the several Indian tribes iu the Indian Territory not to irmit any cattle which may leave the Cherokee Outlet under the Presidents proclamation of February 17 1890 to be driven upon any other lands or reservation within the Territory They are also instructed not to permit cattle men to negotiate with the Indians for grazing privileges The effect or the instruction is that the cattle must be driven outside the Territorial boundaries before October next These instructions however do not apply to the five civilized tribes Megibbens estate Tlie sate of drew a good crowd notwithstanding the cold Most tilings sold well even more than appraisement Wm Tarr one of the appraisers said he never saw such a list of farming utensils the original cost having beeu great Stock Â¬ The expeditioi sent out by our government on the PriisacoU last October to lite west coast of Af is lo ob eive the total eclipse of Dtcombt r aSaebkv ed a total failure wing In clouds ihat covered tlie sun at the time the eclipse occured The apparatus was set up at Cape Ledo Every ting worked admirably from a mechanical point of view but in the absence of the iun important results were impossible Over 300 ex poewes of sensitive plates were made during the period of totality but no pbotograpiia of the corona was rec ired Seventy pictures were obtained wiih He pattial tbe phototseliograph phases before totality and forty after The party Jett Cape L do on the 27tl of December much tUaappoietrd with I he outcome of its labors There is great sympaihy in Frank Â¬ fort for Mm James W Tate She - a Take no ahoes unicaa DoiiKli name heart broken woman and the kindness CAUTION W L arc ataniDed on and orico the the dealer cannot aupuly you of friends cannot lighten her sorrow bottom ir to factory enclosing aavenitco end direct When her father died he left her a price Inch she small sum of money with purchased a cottage It was deeded to her and she is now oeuco ing a few rooms in it renting the remainder of the house for enough to exi t on Bhe is doing sewing and embroidering o some of her old frlenda and I hoard it affavv V t said that hnqurtn plucked from her little garden were readily bought by those who wauted to aaaist her Klevjaatisai ami Catarrh Klicnniiilisn an camrrli are both liUsxi til ItiMnV Nianj njaaj liiy Irup yielded to reati eit witii R li It Koimiic Blood Knlinl made by rlod Halm in Atlanta Oi Write for book of convincing proofs Sent free It P Dodge Atlanta Oa eara Jlv wife hint catarrh and nothing did her any Her eonstitutioi anally failed and poison Itot into her blood I plsrcd br on a Due of H B B ii nd to ray surprise lierlccovery wns CENTLEMEN rapid nnd complete Tine Coif IleRTy Laced Grain and Cre W P McDnniel Atlanta Ga WrtteS I moor Waterproof I was nuicli emaciated and hud riitainutisui o Itiit in tli world Kxamlne hla BMW REMINK MANIl SKWKI MI OR bad I could not net alone without crater OlOO 1IAND SKV1 FI WTIT MICE I also had neuralgia In the head First eta r alrO POLICE AMI FARMERS SHOE physicians did me no good Then 1 tried r aaso extra vif shoe B B and its effects weie magic il I oluvr R225 KJ WOBKIXOMENS SHOES fnlly recommend iiasagiMd toiicand iiunk 8J0O and 8178 BOYS SCHOOL SHOE8 AU iuule la Coufrress Button and Lace cure Mrs Matilda NIclioN Knoxville Tenn I had catarrh six yi ars and a inosi writes distressing ooagh nl mvejes were much 8175 SHOE FOR MISSES swollen rive bottles of B li B thank God Beat Material Beat Style Beat FlrMo cured me W I Douglas Brockton Maaa Sold uy John M Davis Tyler Texas writes I was subjeeta number of years to a el I of inflammatory rheumatism which ix bottles if ii B B thank heaven has entirely cured me 1 have not felt the slightest pain since t i s s s WIFTS SPECIFIC entire system eliminating all Poisons from the Blood whether FOR renovating the malarial origin this preparation has no equal TIWK of scrofulous or Â¬ treated by best local physicians but obtained no relief the sort gradually grew worse I finally took S S S and was entirely cured after using a few bottles C B McLhMORE For eighteen months I had an tatmg sore on my tongue I was We will for the next Sixty Days I OF- - offer at greatly reduced rates our entire stock of Henderson Tex DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS IN ORDER TO MAKE BOOM FOR TREATISE on Blood and Skin free Tie Swift specific Lo Atlanta Ga Spring4 Goods If IDIR ESS GOODS Fancv THE STOCK CONSISTS OF A VERY ELEGANT LINE OF Moth 131nolc unci -- ALSO A VERY COMPLETE LINE W L DOUCLAS Ham bergs 3 SHUC Laces NOTIONS Gloves Towels occupy Handkerchiefs Table Linens vur 3 2 SHOES lakes NAPKINS OF1 WHITE G000S Â¬ -- JACK FREEffiAfl EVERY VARIETY BED BLANKETS AiTD COMFORTS UNDERWEAR Both for Ladies and Gents HStgr The Ladies and Gents Underwear Unprecedented Attraction OVER A A D RUFF MILLION IUSTRIBTTLD Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated by the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ ucational and Charitable purposes and its franchise made a part of the present State Constitution in 1S79 by an overwhelming popular vote Its Mammoth Drawings take place Semi Anruallv June and Decemlier and its Grand Single Number Drawings take place in each of tlie other ten months ol the year and are all drawn in public at the Academy of Music New Orleans La Â¬ must be sold On account of the warm winter the stock is not broken therefore we can give you any size BLANKETS and COMFORTS At Less Price Than You Ever Heard of Sj TAMED FOE TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of its Drawings and lronpt Payment of Prizes attested as follow We do henby cettify that vie supervise the arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi Annual Drawings of The Lou isiana State Lottery Compam and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves and that the same are conducted with honesU fairness and in good faith toward all parties and we authorize the Company to tue this certificate with facsimiles of our signatures attached in its advertisements Â¬ Â¬ W1TCIHKEB TWels Table Linens and Napkin JEWELER Which are always staple we will also reduce in onler to make the cut complete IWT This being the time of the year lor Hamukrgs Lacks and Corrox GoOM we would advise 3011 to be ure to call at once and examine the stock -- DEALER IN Watches Csaeka Jewelry Silver anil Special Â¬ llaled ware etc In order that no CASH HOUSE can have any advantage us we will give 6 per cent off ot the CUT KATE lor CASH over attention given to 1 jA jrifiluL TJ fif l3 ctk Commissioners PZTTINQ CnW We have just received a beautiful line ot WALL PATER which is cheaper than ever sold in Richmond before FORGET THIS REDUCTION DIAMONDS DONT IS ONLY FOR 60 DAYS AND OTHER PUECIOUS STON FH REPAIRING 30- - sold as follows 420 Jennetls from 180 to Â¬ Ktven Dr A W Clement read an admira ble paper on the Inspection of Meat tinue 9 Jl Xj22CL1GS and Milk with especial reference to Physicians and Surgeons Tuberculosis He said v formerly occupied w e iUe ah Uie latest etle8 in Richmond Kentucky In Baltimore for 1888 89 tbe total P Herndon as a drug store bv deaths of cattle were 8703 cf which Rices Office Main street over Wallace MENS SHOES AND BOOTS M- New 1147 were from tuberculosis shisv store iSSuQlBS York for the same year had 5913 deaths We havea1 the best kes and A E AULTZ from consumption and that only of the latest stvles in PH YSICIA X A XD S I RGE OX lungs There is a reason to believe that MADE To ORDER ol the bed Kentucky many deaths from the same infection MlSSeS and Children S Shoes Richmond materials and by the bet work that affect other parts of the body than Office 220 W Main Street Burnam A We have a full stock of 18- the lungs do not appear iu their proper Uhenault Building up stairs oling Blankets Horse Boots proportion in these death rates Toe Weights Spurs Stirri At the Berlin abattior whici probaJ M BLACK Trace Chains Bridles Muzzles bly furnishes the most trustworthy tolls Pads Collars Blind Bridles We have the largest line of statistics in existence the official rePHYSICIAX AXD SURGEON r ingles Gold and Silver Buck port for the years 1887 88 shows that iu Harness Oils Harness Soaps 25- Red House Ky a total of 90000 animals tuberculosis Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry was detected iu 4300 cattle aud iu lbs Riding and Driving Bi twice as many pigs and on account of Fancy Bridles Trace Chains same disease 8322 parte of animals Hame Strings and everything We have the best selection of were withheld from consumption and elonring to a complete Sad 2400 entire carcasses were rejected Iu A and Harness Shop the quarantine limits of Baltimore in BURNAM ialty of 1888 add 1889 post mot tern examina The market affords such as Knox tions were made on 5297 cowf They Light Road Track Harness sThf am showed 159 cases of tuberculosis or over Felt Hats Strongest American The Oldest three per cent Tbe exjierimenta of Cormley made the harness with We have an abundant sup- Companies Drs Ernst aud Peters have proved which Susie S won her great Buf- - ply of Umbrellas Neckwear Shirts NORTH AMERICA that the milk of tuberculous ct ws may ialo race and also that with which Suspenders Gents Hosierv ccc convey infection even wtieu the udder SPRINGFIELD Vara raised herself froi All to be COST is free of tuberculous lesions 0 AT COST At Cost AT COST CONNECTICUT Prof leuch made feediug and inocu- Â¬ PENNSYLVANIA ALL WORK WARRANTED lation experiments with uuboiied milk Give us a call and see for youruncooked meat and with juice of ani Â¬ NIAGARA 41 40 self Respectfully mals dead from the disease The con GEIiMANIA clusions reached were that milk and MERCHANTS juice were both virulent He siid furBOG ther that at a mtetingof the InterROCK BOTTOM for 5 ye at 37 Court luce mw at national Veterinary Congress in 1889 Z2 2 Market Stre aTld Original Designs Dont forcet our office Is at tlie resolutions were passed that the con ftet Third rd Focrth sumption by meu and animals of meat Farmers National Bank mkimmmaA wmA UmHT A m OF ARTLSTI- Cl1 pLcuc ul 14 from tuberculous animals slould be TE BURNAM HUME prohibited and it be possible to place i- CHPOKIC oiid only such meat for sale as hits been Lpermatorrlia and impctency at Ihc nmjit of Mtf staua la iwli mal wciaea la Da recommended by the veterinary inspec N B Tolceo Barn- - Country Store a aU tors after slaughter hi public abattoirs and Milling property upeei allies aillialtrtaB lllSrjaalMia taiaal rmmmit and examination before acd afttr death Maaa laa liln af 33 32 BAH Mfiaaja taajaaaar ar ajapay aaa ran artly acd aaiaaw Resolutions similar to these were adopa aajearat STPUILIS i ted at the Uuittd Slates Veterinary I EET ji u One oftB Medical Association iu 1889 Balti Mat a j aMaa arte aa t k b aeartaBt RKXTTfl raiataaaf VKtruiien I more Sun lalWa ao mail II aK am rnaaaaaa tmmwmwm la a the or lei durMiirndur mir fi mi t analaaiaaaalaawaaia tTMa Klali anallana uiiu d mn rtv ar i npfnwpxulWar The North Fork of tbe Kentucky tdrRE mmd aaMr ar ara4l ar inaaai tOO- aialaa ri h loraiit lK HsJbsn OBltbowhownii River which flows through our tow u lm all Witt m u eocf tn nihi sure or THi W is one of the most magnificent streams irktieto A1I TosscUdrra u tnrl DnaaaJ ar W am fMa n it bow our - lo aaaaaai niaaii mmi nainai haran aartaaw aaafc thnss who rIl your ttrirhbon that ever flowed through any country svd rhit around job The be PRIVATE COUNSEIOR ad emarsnrnt Tfnif of this tmi wC Um trlc- - And on this stream aud its tributaries liin lb mil vt tt i wWcad U at taaira a abvra imm 7hm tonswiwf csst rfrr ttt atiove Jackson is a broad si retch of 75 miles of almost unbroken fnnjst the grandest of the Slate And all the logs tsVmi th tlnXI part of tt bulk It is a fnai d Cembi Mt Ms aeotx aslarr tritT Wastwill also showthe vi Uow u from this wonderful area can easily be stsitwith can make from 13 totjl O af laaat from aatciMnrsrt better r rtr at raicE Wi pcjallcxprrss ttiri Thtj unsurfloated down to our town Box Ha poitum mauii r rnitiii passable excellence of the vas canuel nnir coal ttelds of this vicinity make it the NEW fli CDCC flEk1 tK H1I aaaBBBBW--aVrold Wttf iB SarL1 delight of the world aud Jackson is Sioowo Perf smsSsHBaTVlVTS iwatrft in The world Lri7r t situated iu the very heart of these TTarrsnted Mia timekeeperold bant ne heavy fields Jackson Hostler case nit GORMLE1 con- Â¬ to diseases of vomen and all difficult chronic ciss liitients treated at a dis lance ani Hoineopalhic medicines sent to 41 anv address TIBEKITLOSIS IN CATTLE- - in their elegant house or Main and Second Streets T i dllOGS JJRS JENNINGS cc GIBSON J tt ftM ilriluSS Infants9 Shoes In the City jR Wm aud C R Turner purchas Wm Tarr and T ed three good ones W Megibben purchased forty ewes at 1050 per head Claude Desha bought mules from 90 to 125 only few bones offered yearling steers 3425 per lit ad Adfarming implements sold well ministrators pleased with the sale Paris Keutuckiau Citizeu J A Ramsey auctioneer reports a large crowd at the sale of E S Cun ningham on the 4th iust and stock of all kinds sold well 1 jennet colt 135 jennet 215 1 aged jennet 1711 jack colt 300 milch cows heifers 21 from 48 to 63 to 24 1 bay filly 4 year old 105 one Â¬ Â¬ State Lotteries which may be presented at our counters Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver R M Walmsuy President Louisiana National Bank Pierre Lanalx President State Na- RaJ Dont iruet the place next door to the Post otliee Kiel mood Ky tional Bank A Baldwin President New Orleans n- National Bank Carl Kohn President Union National Bank Promptly done ami Iu a workmanlike Wc the undersigned Banks and Bankers manner will pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana 1 mm 1 UWAOQTJArKTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COTJWTHT WILL OBTAI5 MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF fAMAH IB GRAND MONTHLY TUESDAY APRIL DRAWING 15 iaiiciTKiiMLn At the Academy of Music New Orleans 1S00 BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Qjickot Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west Capital Prize Halves 10 Twentieths 1 300000 5 100000 Tickets at Twenty Quarters 1 Dollars each Tenths i 300000 100000 50000 1 four-year-o- Â¬ LIST OF PRIZES Prize of 300000 is I Prize of 100000 is 1 Prize of 50000 is Prize of 25000 if 2 Prizes of 10000 are 5 Prizes of 5000 are 25 Prizes of 1000 are 100 Pries of 500 are 200 Prizes of 300 are 200 are 500 Prizes of 1 FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington Cincinnati 1S83 Kx Sun Â¬ 149 1 bay filly bay filly 140 yearling filly 12250 4 year old aged brood mare 121 bay filly 175 1 four-year-o- ld BOYS SHOES HATS Bum INSURANCE HUME V ad Â¬ DR RICE WALLACE New GS Â¬ RATES Â¬ Lm1K Â¬ M MENTS - Jtvs In Granite and Marble lSMsllrr 11 FBEE k- Wimttrt tlUML cr pii - jr m Pirst CUss LOWEST Woilmansliip PSICES AND C017SISTENT We have tbe IcrKeat trade in Central Kentucky and guarantee satisfaction gjk9 Write for i rices and information before ordering any at vie of work WM ADAM8 49 48 and rears size with works aud -nt aval vales One in Wh JO Pall If rn M free toe tti r with our srre a vaiuaoie ineofIeua4 hold Those aamplesu well aw tbe watch are free A the work nn a de kj to show what wt send yoa to tboee who rail jrottr friend end aetsrhhors and tbne a Imul vuu that it i In t aluat U trade fee a which holds tor year when oiet stated aad thus we are rei swC e piy all expeeee freight ate After know ail if tM w mid like to ro to work frw sw roe can earn from to SSO per week and upwards Addiese eeUMos fc Ce Bex 9 1 M at IBoth todies Bn -- ritox ni a sflrKMe Irtlno ie Â¬ For Rent Two nice rooms over Racktt Store suitable for Millinery Dressmaking 37 M JtttLL Kent reasonable BON Importers Lexington Ky The case iu equity at Danville ba tweeu the Kentucky Advocate and Mr James It Marrs now quite celebrated from its unusual nature has been de cided in favor of the plaintilF Tlie decision preveuts Mr Marrs from en gaging in the newspaper and printing business in Danville An appeal will be taken however and iu any uvent it is settled Danville will have mother Democratic newspaper The printing office which Mr Marrs has been operating will not be closed but will be operated by other parties Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No 4t Leaven Islington lltfioa m Arrives Pari MM am Except Sunday No H Ml item iinll Vl i CtSMNOUAX lrlvA Brooks Waterfield Co of CincinSunday riilnouh7i0 p Bi Except 0U a No 7 IeaA m Faliiioutii Arrtvea nati have tiled suit for damage against Cincinnati Vn m Except Smnlav If Brooks Page propietors of tlie Glas TKAIN NOTKH NoSroaa daily between Lexington and Cincinnati n t rnaacfatll gow Herald for 25000 on accouut of between Cincinnati anil Lexington No- d make rnnnec lima at Winches md he statement made iu Ihat paper con- Â¬ ter foi ijulnth on the N tt A M V Uy IMlUKTANT cerning alleged questionable methods Trains We have erected a new and commo Â¬ rive at ami depart from or this line now ar Â¬ the Central Union of Cincinnati tobacco warehousemen to dious Livery sut Hale Stntde corner icer Station Cincinnati inaUnn con of for all point North tCast and weft divert trade from Louisville tnCiuciut 3rd and Irvine l reels Richmond Ky Tliiou 411 Tlefceta anld and tacKmre checked li to any pom t reached by a railroad Mr Brooks charged that the Cin- Â¬ aud atk tlie public to give Us a trial For particulars addnisa or call ou any cinnati meu have been making cut bo- HORSES HITCHED OR FED agent fulltlie oinpuny r of LYMAN PAKU1SI1 W B Â¬ mules 218 one mule 150 pair sited mules 250 88 ewes with lambs thrown in 8 per head 3 Poland China sows with pigs 46 2 pedigreed gilts 26 4 sows with pigs 71 50 farming implements of all kinds sold well Mr Cunningham has rented his farm of 325 acres to a Mr McDonald for three years for 8000 and will remove to Mt Sleriiug Winchester Democrat It is generally supposed that the dressed beef exported from the United States is ttie very best of that kind of product which our slaughterers place on sale Be this as it may dressed beef seems to be gaining in favor abroad although it does not sell relatively us high as the beef of cattle exported alive The exports of 1889 were unprecedented in volume aud yet prepa rations are being made for materially enlarging them during the currant year A line of steamers is getting ready to carry large consignments from Baltimore from which port this trade has heretofore been of small dimensions ami the facilities of some other ports are being increased In enlarging their foreign Hade the slaughterers can have the aid ami sympathy of every but when their American fanner greatest energies are bent to so breaking down the cattle handling industry at home as to kill out all competition to themselves they are incurring a deserved opposition which will some day knock tlie dressed teef combina tion into smithereens and bring their greed born schemes to grief Pittsburg Stockman 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pair 25000 Si heiliUe in Effect Nov 17th 2ocoo 25000 NO 2 No 4 25000 50000 SOUTH BOUND Kx Hun Dally Soooo No approximation prizes 100 100 100000 Lve tiiietiiiali 30000 Arr liris Lexington 20000 Arr 1ariM Lve Arr Winchester Arr Iticliinoud 99900 Arr I anralf 99 Joo Arr Siuiifonl iticliuiijiiil Arr Ilerea Arr Livingston 50000 Lve Covington Lve Kalmoutli Lve CyntliiMiia 810 am Si8 1037 1110 Prizes of 500 are do 300 are 100 do 200 are terminal prizes 999 999 do- - am am 1100 pm 1120 am 944 am a m 800 809 917 1000 1023 1055 pm pm 335 pra pm 245 pm pm 408 pm pm 507 pm Pm 54 P ni THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PA0IFI8 RAILWAY 630pm do 100 100 are are 3134 Prizes amounting lo 1054800 Note Tickets drawing Capital Prizes are not entitled to terminal Prizes For Club Rates or any further iniormaiirn aesireo write legibly to the undersigned clearly stating your residence with State County Stieet and Number More rapid return mail delicery will be assured bv your enclosing an Envelope bearing vour lull address Address M A Ive 1205 pra 140 pm 455 pm 530 pm 1 545 pm 620 pm 730 pm 305 pm 520 pm 55 pm Including- main lines branches and extensions East and West of the Missouri River To all points East North ani Northwest from Kansas via iJY2TVc Islnd Davenport Dee Moines Chicwro and FaUs ALflbRT LEA ROUTE to Spirit Pipestone WorcLn- town Minneapolis St Lake and mtervomi7 t v r S j xcities itWnter Paul is the aiii Bhort direct route In connection with tints Louij CincinnaU Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Sciatrc conversrinar tj Kansas City it also constitutes toi ji-to ACENTS WANTED No 5 No NORTH BOUND Ex Sun Kx Sun Lve Livingston Lve IJerm Arr Richmond Lve Stanford Lve Laaeaatar Arr Richmond- 800 am 1025 No 3 Daily 700 am 745 am 1000 am 2 n45 am am m l trverse3 Tast f razing lands in worn forming areas of the richest farmingand economical systemtoo most popular Ed of transportation tothe speediest eiiiw towns and sentionaHn Kauaas Col- Â¬ from all and orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclintn Chair Car3 becvre n Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson Dodtre City Palace Sleeping- Cars to and Irom Wichita and LTutclilnson and PuUrcua and - THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER Arr Arr Lva Lve Lve Lve JJ111 ram Cvntlililla Falmouth Iovinnton t inciiniMti IicxniKton Purl New Orleans La or M A Dauphin Washington D C By ordinary letter containing Money Order issued by all Express Companies New York Exchange Draftor Postal Note Address Registered Letters containing Currency to New ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK New Orleans La REMEMBER that the payment of Prizes is Guaianteed by Four National Banks of New Orleans and the Tickets are signed by the President of an Institution whose chartered rihts are recognized in the highest Courts therefore beware of all imitations or anonymous schemes ONE DOLLAR is the price of ihe smallest part or fraction of a Ticket Issued by us in any Drawing Anything in our name offered for less than a Dollar is a swindle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DAUPHIN p 205 pm 250 320 412 540 550 pm pm 7oT m oo p 610a m 700 am AfT Arr 345 pm 851am 421pm am 444pm pm 83 am 526 pm 913 pm in 5am 630 pm pin 1045 am 638 pm ZlZIZ MAYSVTLLE BRANCH ROKTli BOUND Lva tliciniiHtl v IuviiiKtoii lAXiiiglo II I aris Arr Millersburg t miiKle Mnysvilie 1 No Rx Sun niiy 9 No Ill Kx Sun 235 pm 144 pm 450 pm 612 pm 636 pm pm IHv at seasonable hours and at moderate prices THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE To Manitou Pikes Peak the Garden of taGods Caacad Green Mountain Falls Idaho Springs the mountain parks mlninar camps and cities sanitary resorts hunting and fishing- grounds and scenic attractions of Colorado Its VesUoula Express Trains are equipped with every modem improvenmao that can add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment They Leading- all competitors in splendor of equipment cool In summer warmed By steam from tno locomotive in winter well ventilated and free from dust leave Kansas City and St Joaeph daily on arrival of trains trom the East ft1 Southeast - with eleorant Day Coaches PtUImau Palace Sleepers and J RE j Reclining- Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Denver Colorado Sprintrs and Pueblo making- - stops only - important InÂ¬ tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining-at Hotels at con Â¬ venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious meals MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS 70 joo 1025 851am iinlly am 827 am am also make close connections at terminal cities in Colorado dn Union Depot with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Donv r Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging lines Union Pacific r Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copioe of the Ossusd monthly or further desired information address Western Trail E Genera Kanager ST JOHN am Sio pm Ex Sun 132 323 347 415 630 630 658 OHIOAnK IU JOHN SEBASTIAN JHrl Ticitct Pa-- Ages SOUTH BOUND Lve Maysville Kx Sun Dally BRYANT STRATTON Business College IcT WELLri Johnson Arr rural lixington Covington Carlisle Millersburg 515 557 643 715 740 835 1031 1045 39 43 Cincinnati am am am am am am am ijopn pm pm pm pm pm pm pm -m HICHMONT3 ii CARR Iir i COAL COJcT I have pnrchtised tbe property of the said Company and will keep ou baud all of the bei t varieties of WELLS CO ewLiTery and Sale StaUe Â¬ The Only Coal Yard ia Towo gus accounts of sales when the fact did not justify them and also alleged that the Ohio tobacco men named have used indecent picture cards and advertise- Â¬ w rates AT REABONAllLE RATES Saddle horaeo horses ami buggies uired at low 10 15 S F B Mot K II B HUNTINGTON Trav lasr At Llnclnnntl O - i innraox k h Tr baook Pajisr PARRISH CUNNINGHAM ments F General tenl Cnaa ABt Cincinnati V ires Uen Manr BtAHKAt Klchuiond Kv Dlllcuanilan of ii K Agt Lexington Ky Postmaster Webb has peiitioneJ the Department to make the Georgetown office an International Money order 46 WuiaiNs Block Cincinnati O office The action was prompted by Can refer to huildintrs successfully applications from employes of the Cor erected Maysville Mt dage Factory for money orders payable Sterling in Richmondand Owiugsville Winchester in Scotland Times 65 CRAPSE Comraerca BuildClnoiiuiaU O Y Arolalteots BUG W X The yard is easy of nccess desiring to haul their own coal will not have to cross the railroad I respectfully request a libera pat Â¬ ronage of the citizens of both county ami city 13- T 8 BRONSTON COAL m Only a pquare from the Court hotm u dmt have to aeml away out t Persons the depot Gal Mnrriu uyhrtsITnn Nnt and Lamp Coal THOMAS H AIRES Â¬ Pump Repairing a Specialty All Special attention paid to the sale kinds of pumps kept at C T Wella and exchange of Real Estate and to the Cos Coal yard or W G Whites Drug collection of all kinds of accounts 47 46 Store so 49 Real Estate and General Collecting Agency Mccarty Gas Soft Coal and Anthracite m open at Myers old lumber varsL pi lees 17 PlumbiB aad Steam Flttiaj Try u- - J 0 T VBLLS SS 00