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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Il 3 i l B 1 ffJiiwg VOLUME G rowing Ir 1 f r A This new and excellent and more popular day by day Gjyj I K I fgffiffi ty jff 43 A v III materials T a strengthening the levee have arrive 1 there Morgans levee which prrtecta a large p rt of south- west Louisiana is leing strengthened and carefully guarded RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 9 1890 One Fourth of the Year fctsiW5tkyk NUMBER T Serious Point DONE ti lie DeceiYefl by False ADBOicements The Break at Catfish Widening GREAT DAMAGE ALREADY -- he the Main lluslaess Street One Hun Â¬ dred House Swept Anjr on the Tenln Planta ii In and Ten Negroes Urowanl MaM Ilnined antl Ks erything Movable Carried Off by the Current Great DU- uioiik ih Colored Ieople Mam April 7 From the is from 1700 to 14M feet ITm levt e there y and the wash will be had has reached Greenville and t Watr Itraehrs Greenville Flooding April 7 A Review of Trade During Ark crevaase in Boggy bayou levee has That Time caused the water inside the levee here to rise slowly apt Tollirger was in- formed at 1 oclock this morning that NO DISTURBANCE FINANCIAL Red Fork fieople had cut the levee and that the break was sixty feet wide He started at once witii men and material On the Oilier Hand lluilneai It Better to close it The Boggy liayou levee is a Than it Was One Year Ago at the Pres Â¬ very important one for this section ent Time Foreign Trade Heavier Than Vsnal Itrilllant Prospects for the PASS G RAPIDLY AAMY Arkansas Citt levee Cat FRENCH BRILLS SHOES COS 250 shoe is equal to any 8350 shoe It grows more fttttri EVERYBODY LIKES IT THAT TRIES IT TOR MEH AND WOMEH il f The YV Army of Veteran irk Faafhl in the ntebelllo vs HivoTiN April Commissioner i rria ad tiie crevasse at Tin up to tfm writing has risen on foot in our streets and h still rising steadily ington avenue the main huineas street is now out- - sheet of MM from tin corner of 1oplar street to the race track and rater is making its way over tin- sidewalk into the following stores An her drug store Vormus Hpi1kts Garrison AT Jacksons and A llennings furniture establishment great many people had to vacate their residences All tin- ditches and other channels ig to the southern high jtortion of am arc fceaag damned up to pre- Â¬ serve the ridg Mtuated between Washington and Central avenues from being flooded as this xit will perhaps in a few dayt- he the only available piece of liiil here the many horse mules cat ir m Â¬ - 1arties who haw arrived ban from reenwood the greater part of tlieir j urm v being made by skilT describe nation in tlie Sunflower lowlands a- terrible site to be looked upon At the water is spread r the viet improved and cultivated land and forests of our planters many of whom would have been at the asaWaWl r week or so through Houses of all wnli their planting - nptions and fences in lon- - sections i isily earned away by tlie terrific c rivnts and every conceivable house Â¬ hold object b seen floating down the Phalia swamps Stock and etfect that can be transported are now bring burned to the front by tiiose who have not taken precautionary steps In the neighborltood of Kkipwith tents dly needed by the colored people e are informed pac The levee there ta a peTHon with kindly feeling and sober thoughts a terrible sight which must grow greater in the future if sub-Â¬ stantial aid and seedv relief do sot Come At every step the coloie1 laborer Ins family and his all are found almost destitute arrayed in garments that afford them lut little protection from tlie bowl Â¬ ing winds For shelter they liave nothing but the canopy of heaven and the melit dews in pity must weep as they cornea to these fall If no j ople many will die from exposure rsMM will soon he needed and if not pro vided great suffering will be the consequence The government officers have done a great deal of good in that section but as there are other localities which are now showing signs of diAlresa their means have to be divided apt Hider left yesterday from Skip with m ith two barge to help apt Tol- Â¬ ling to g t out the people and slock at Catfish Point win re assistance is badly i In the vi inity of Winterville t many cattle are dying from a e rail hollow horn At Mound laaaaann seven miles below Cattish loint tlie river fell two feet yesterday no doubt owing to the large break which is said to daaohavge a volume of water in a vertical way that has rarely witnessed at any break of its 1 ake The nature Washanrtosi country its highest point 15 rapidly east sight disappearing of a tlnng which lias not been known since -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ ulj be conjegated and wit of the water until the flood falls kept Raum has prepared a mass of statistics hearing on pending pension legi lation which must attract universal interest They ate not only imixiitant hut tliere is one feature of them which will startle Toe country and saddii all readers has long been aware of the rapidity with which the leaders of the war have dropped off while still in the prime of life and when according to all the ac cepted estiuxattti of life they bad still the promts of many years before them Gen Kaum has pursue t this subject into th records of death which the public archives contain and after much careful study in connecion with the ac cepted life tallies has reached the con- Â¬ clusion that over half a million veterans now living namely 53t0U0 will yet yield up twelve years of tlieir lives on oat of the wear of field service In other w ords the expectation of life for this number of survivors has judged by the statistic of tiiose who have already died been shortened by twelve years This is a new view of the cost of saving the nation a view which it difficult for the mind to grasp in ah its magnitude Scarcely less startling are the esti asares that 200 OiK veterans will die iu the next six years that in twelve years toe number will liave reachel 4x1000 and that tins roll in eighteen years will have swelled to IMvSt thus duplicat- Â¬ ing over and over again with dead the Gen great armies of the Union Uauma figures were prepared for the chairman of the houae committee on in vali 1 pensions to show the probable cost of a sorvice pension bill which he had introduced This bill provides a tension of 9 per month for all who served honorably ninety days after they shall reach the ae of 2 years SWEPT THE PENINSULA One Hundrrd Houses Washed Away bj tlie Break Planter itadly C ripped Arkansas City Ark April 7 As sooa as Mwa of the break at Catfish 1oirt reached here the government steamers Sjieed and Graham took Hi eroi barges to that point and brought away about in people and their effects also a lot of stock etc C ajA Toilinger of the gov emnioit service is on the ground doing everything h can to save life and Crojrly Those who wish to come rill here by the government boats and quarters provided for them People who visited the scene of the disaster state that the torrent coming out of the ojiening has about spent its force Although ibis is much the larg est break that has yet occurred on the Mississippi side the territory that will be affected by it will be comparatively Outside of the Oafish point small peninsula tlie water from this crevasse will reach but little territory that was not already inundated by the crevasses at Mound Huntington and Offut the destruction of property in this little peninsula is fearful The planter who owned the planta- Â¬ tions around Cattish Point are almost ruined It is estimated that over a hun- Â¬ dred houses have been waelied away and there is very little hay corn or planting seed left The planters will lie m ill meet so badly crippled t with considerable difiicultv in ma crop even if tlie u The nothing The flooi ha- - left alius whole bend was filW with Wat high as that in the river witliin a lew hours after the tweak occurred Satur-Â¬ day the tack water broke through the at Eutaw landing in the lower end of the bend and it is now running back Â¬ into the river eral Uvea were lost It is thought that sev- Â¬ Trsrki Washed Out April 7 The Miss RoLUira Fob water in Deer creek has risen four feet in the last thirty nx hours and is now running over its banks on the east side and L still rising at the rate of half an inch an hour Every foot of dry hind in Rolling Fork will be under water beÂ¬ fore morning One Hand re Feet Under Water Daij as Tex April 7 The Trinity river lihe all others is overflowing its bottom and smsch damage is resulting tliere from br the drowning of stock A dam liroke at the unfinished city wter worfca above the city last night and bow tlie new 30000 pumping engine is one bundled feet under water The unfin Â¬ ished reservoir will also sustain damages to the extent of many thousands of dollars YicKfiBCKG Â¬ containin twenty negroes who were trying to escape from the floods waa capsized Saturday in the mouth at Bogue Falayae the rapid current having carried the frail craft against a tree Onlv thirteen reached the shore alive All were Alabama negroes and not ac issiiudes quainted with Yesterday while a colored man with three wonen in a skiff were fleeing from the approaching rlood in the Pogne coun Â¬ try on the Jeorgia Pacific railrowi the akiff commeno d leaking and before any ansistinrrr could be rendered them the whole party went down Tlie man had a narrow escape lut the three women were swallowed up by the flood April 7 Cant United States engineer m charge of this levee district wartu the people to look out for at least eighteen inches higher water He has been in bdtswaeai here ard spootHip tha bvs oln w Orleans Coupe front in good cot at the Proton rjUuoppsite here ana JUV Kitigsman A Warning Sent Oat Many Colored Pawple Drowned April 7 A Miss raft ever through bankers clearing house outside of New York Foreign trade has been heavier than ever for the season and domestic consumption while much smaller than usual m coal in woolens and heavy winter goods his been at tlie maximum in nearly all other lines The new quarters begins with no ap- Â¬ prehension of monetary difficulty with the general level of prices recovering from the depression of February arl with signs of improvement in mar y quarters through the recurrence of failures of woolen commission and manu Â¬ facturing concerns calls renewed attention to tlie evil effects of long credits in that department and to the unusud strain to which it has been subjected by a succession of two mild winters The money market is no longer a cenRates here have ter of apprehension lieen abou steady at 4 per oenC on call Foreign exchange is a trifle stronger but still only a shade above par and news f r in monetary centers abroad is genMoreover returns of erally favorable commerce indicate a considerable exce- of exports over imports in March The money markets of the interior are more satisfactory The failures of a woolen commission house here and a manufacturing estate lishm nt in Pennsylvania came just when there were signs of better demand by manufacturers for wool at Boston here and at Philadelphia On large sales concessions are stdl made but the manu- Â¬ KY ROWAN COUNTY facturers reason that the present tariff Lanlc ftniN3 Again Make Its Appear- - bill will prevent sales of the new clip at lower than current rates while it may ance Six Men Shot good- FunflNGSBlBQ Ky April II Law- gve them a better market for leatlier Reports of the boot and and lessness and violence have again made 111 lustry are nearly allshe favorable bvt their appearance in Kowan county strong opposition is made to the pro- growing out of the manufacture and posed dutv on hkles sale of ill cit whisky The United Stater In the iron business it is now admi revenue men made a sweep a wvjk age tod that the demand for past quarter has n stills ami things- Uxii slow and at receding prices destre lieing nutde tie idedly uncomfortable iO Reports of trade from interior cities the people who are thought to have are generally favorable New Orleans given the government information notes the sensation the exaggerations of Eph Cooper was hot by an unknown injury by overflow hut the actual inter- Â¬ man ruption of distribution at the south is Bart Bumgartner and Sim Cooper wers sufficient to be felt at St Louis Other both shot in a fight Thursday western cities report a good business and Georae Ho g ton of the sheriff was outlook dealings generally equal to or in excess of last years trade to date an I shot Friday morning Hiram Ioberts was bushwhacked collections rarely satisfactory but usually fair Thursday and very seriously wounded Chicago grain trade con Â¬ Nel ou Kgan was called to his door tinues enormous dressed beef shows a Tuesday and shot fourfold gain other meats a large inIt Mcums to be a mere question of crease and dry goods sales a gain over whisky or no whisky last vear of 10 per cent thus far The number of failures during the first Killed By a railing Viaduct quarrer lA was 3323 against Chicago April 5 Robert Wilson last yearof with decided decrease at3311 the was instantly killed and Fred Goldberg east the soith and iu the Pacific states badly hurt yesterday afternoon by the but hfetvaaaa in the middle and northern falling of a viaduct in the Union stock stat s The aggregate of liabilities was yards Both men were employed by 8785968 against t4 9251 last year the stock yard company as carpenters Business failures occurring throughout and with a score of men were engaged the country during the hist seven dayb elevating abont forty feet of a via- for the United States 18fl far Canadi in duct tliat runs through the companys 17 total 06 compared with 3 13 last property The work was almost finished week For tlie corresponding week of when support gave way and a heavy last year the tigures were 187 failures in timber failing struck Wilson on tlie tlie United States and 3 i in Canada head pinning him to the ground and A Tramp ami II is rt nllitrt Goldlierg who causing instant death wa workinir with Wilson was struck lnd April 5 Fom Frankfurt by a falliug timber and was knocked tramps into the andalia epol some distance- la re with the intention of robberv but were discovered by the otticerj and give A Murderers Remorse a chase One of them H K Fox was O Henry Popp captured near tlie spot hut the othei April k Cantos Grether tlie murderer of Morit three succeeded in reaching trawford threatens to suicide before the time for ville where the- - were promptly seized his trial and the sheriff has relieved him by the otftoen were I ox from appear of his Mispendcrs sheets and all things anre is of good family with a home at with which he could accomplish his in- Kohinson 111 Among the letvei in hit He will have a preliminary tention possession was one from his sweetheart hearing to day Grether will be buried signed Eflie written in a beautiful han i to rlay under the auspices of the Odd on a printed letUr head of T Shaw Fellows He was a prominent citizen superintendent of the schools of Craw The f uneial will he a large one as nine ford county It is dated at Robinsor societies of wheh he wa a member will and tells Kie to he a good little boy A wife and five children sur attend A rteautlfil Water Candle vive iiim the eldest being It years old WoRTiiiNOTO lnd April 5 This rxrdo iou in a Tniim l tov n is wild with excitement over tb Col April 5 An striking of a valuable spring of medicinSvvta Barbara explosion occurred Friday morning ir al water Yesterday while drillling fot the liardison 6i Stewart Oil company natural Ras the drill at a depth of 1601 tunrel m ar San Paula win re oil is lie feet struck a vein of water which a1 ing liored for Two men were liadlv once began to flow out of the top of tht burned one of whom has sine died well in a stream six inches in diametei While workmen wei e removing the and spouting ten feet in the air Miugle wreckage another explosion buried with the water is quite a flow of ga Five art which on being set on lire burne them in the collapsed tunnel known to be dead The names of thre fiercely at the top of the column o Brit ton liardison hrothei water making a very beautiful aw are known of the head of the company Taylor novel sight The water is clear and o Young undoubted medicinal properties A Pour Carpenter Made Suddenly Rich Prospects of a Light Sentence SpniMiiiiiiJi O April 5 Jamet Mich April 5 Grand Rapids Wood a poor carpenter of this place re larence J Toot the embezzling Unites ceived intelligence two months ago tliat SUUes Express company s cashier wl he was heir to an immense fortune id voluntarily returned from South Amer He went over inves Cliester Kagland gav tigated and found the report true He ica under stress of conscience and himself up pleaded guilty yesterday i naattlisra is heir to toOuOviu it superior court He will I sen land and monev His claim has been the He took up next Wednesday will fenced filed in the chancers court and he wards of 1800 in money and diamonds forget the money iua few weeks The has returned 1000 in money ant tune was left by his grandfather a ser and of the diamonds some captain Mr Wood returned here last Finally Took HU Life night April 5 A Sioux Falls S Dak d Murderer A Sixteeo-Year-Wehler tb Jkftersokvilu lnd April 5 Johi Hartford yesterday CforE months hat who village Aldndge and William Gleason aged re broodedjustice imaginary troubles am over spectively 16 years employed at the cai works quarreled over a trivial matter threatened suicide discharged tioth bar into GaMson declined to fight and started reto of a gun head to his mouth literati atoms Aldridge picked up a washei blowing hi away and threw it at Gleason killing him al fivesl lt3 Tram Aldridge ran horn most instantly New Holland O April 7 Mrs where he was shortly afterwards ax Margaret Arnold the oldest woman in rested this county if not iu the state died Fri- Â¬ day night She was born in Augusta Boiling Mill ltnmed 1777 and was con July WiijrtNiroic Pel April 7 Fire de county Vanearly 4 111 at her death sequently stroyed the riling mill and office of the Mrs Arnold was married in 1802 and Forge company last night The was the mother of five children all of Johnson forge mill and five puddling furnaces wlxim are dead except Henry with were saved Much valuable machinery whom she lived at the time of her death is i uiiagexi and one hundred men are She came to Ohio from Virginia in 1817 thrown out of work Loss about fl 5000 residing here ever since except twenty well insured eight years she spent in Illinois A Cosily Cigar Dynamite Explodes ami Kills Tsro Men Nkw Bedford Mass April 7 Some April 7 A Bartow N one of a party of men in the woods at explosion shook Y buddings andterrific the broke Cummings Hill Ruswil 1 Mills yesterday window panes at the Bartow dropped a lighted cigar setting the un Â¬ and Pelham bridge Saturday City island afternoon derbrush on lire Before it was stopped A building of Dittmars dynamite works a mile of territory was burned over in Baychester had blown up killing James H Kelmeir and Max Schultz The Inaurance Companys Loan April 7 The I The explosion left a hole six feet deep Mass Worcester Forest bock occupied by Taylors hotel ana twenty leet long wnere tne building The dvrromite works turn out and a numlicr of small stores was star burned this morning Loss i0000 well dynamite cartridges usad in excavating work on the new aqueduct insured Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fntnre New York April j K G Dun Companys weekly review of trade 6ays The first quarter of the year has pass jd without the financial disturbance which many saw reason to fear with fewer failures than in the same quarter of btst year and smaller liabilities by 12 per cent with a larger railroad tonnae than in the same quarter of any previous year and with larger payments than EVEEY PAIR OtTAEAKTEEH THE MENAGERIE AND NEWEST HATS Colossal Railroad Circus MUSEUM HIPPODROME WILL POSITIVELY EXHIBIT AT I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE 10000 WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER The Latest Styles in Goods and Make 4A LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion ave money by calling on RICHMOND KY Saturaay Arrll 10 1890 -ultra-gorgeous Presenting st sll tirais more thsn advertised and introducing an array of pre eminent performances carefully collected acceptably presented and proudly Mihmitted fo the public without other than unanimous commendation The most Â¬ Lady Equestriennes and Daring Bareback Riders now before the public A show of exclusive and startling features W J- - POWELL OLIVER PLOWS RACKET STORE First Door Above if absolute originality marvelous novelties Requiiini Acres of Tents la Which to Mliit Willi a seating capacity for unlimited thous inds Uoise Congress Trained Animals and Ancient Carnival of Romp Performing Elephants Liana Monkey Dogs and Trained Wild Animals Trick Stallions Pwafai and Mule Farmers Bank aaaaaai 8 Phenomenal Mid air and Arenic Champions from every noted European Capital Every promise a sacred pledge Funny Clowns 1 ft A 8 55 aaaaaafaaw Ib jj fc a R As Chaste as Doors Open at A M The management desire it distinctly understood tint under n circumstances will hangers on and disreputable persons with their peculiar devices for swindling the unwary be tolerated a corps of detectives being constantly iu their employ it is Matchless aaaaaWfisaiaaaBsisB fiMaapfl - r aaaaaaaB Ctaaaaaa tfaaaBBM rfrf ft vSSsBOlr KTEsKU I and 7 P M Performance One Hour Later J BM m lafe J An Unparalleled Resplendent Klreet Parade FREE TO ALL at 10 Open Dens of Hare VY ild Ilea with Iramers iu btreet Parade Comet Flour Sflen 10e Gallon Coffee Pot 26 inch han Saw Suspemlers from c Covered Baskets 15c up Quart Coffee Tot 3 pronged meat Fork 4iBi Kitchen Spooa Milk Skimmers Fine Salt ami Iepper tors J5c Napkins up Tlie linen IIu k 1 1 n - I Towel lartt Free Exhibition on Show Grounds after Street Parade Mens and Boys FUEUCH 43 44 COS GREAT SHOW -- HOT v 1 WW WILL BE AT tke Eichmond Ky A DBSS Saturday April Fine 19 AT COST fii0iiiaiilizeislip D RUFF Carriages SHACKELFORD -- FOR SA1j3 DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF- - GENTRY JJ 41- - BROOKS D M CHENAULT NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES aaa Hardware Tinware Wooflenware AND WAGON House Furnisli ng Goods BROOKS It CHENAULT BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Real Esta 16 Brolcers Richmond Kkxtiiky erty L irire lists of 43 Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky Mareh 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds anaaiaV saCTagyiBS ros mm - Conimimion Irt Ovr fWcUitirs r nd 1o intmdvre oar ittaled mprnor fOsjd wewill rMow ts rmrh localit aVboOnl fhaaM WW WT1 to m at ne ran MaVk mtr of City anl Country PropÂ¬ Property sold and bought on Corrnspondenoe solicited natPsa5SsSf1 V MIU5jflpWaaW My vehicles are all new and of the very latest patterns They are for sale oo the most reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and see me and you wout go home without one 5 SFREE Assignees Notice For Sale or Rent smdrtll AIIJMBVtMMal toOI and prompt attention given aWOftice in Jhn Bennetts law office Branch office at Stociton A Brooks Drug Store W- - WTCHMaKEBJEWELER DEALER IN JOHN DONELSON Tb fcOarwtof vt to it to bow otif iCboi who Cavil rnw Th W- TItoto nt this tdrnlucsMtl How dM navsUl Md ff t toto- ito Uh vrMtmc9 tt It nfci 11 tto hSVC - f erge Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Special Plated ware etc JESSE COBB Mis iaav oitUVt ISfitTT W mil oS tm thaw yt kow 7mi NttlMtlMM Bttof Writ l till ill ii hauit r co JJZP roTtm T Vt mm V Dealh I desire to sell or rent prirately the will please call at the Madison large two story National Bank and pay nine to S P Dratherage All persons having claims against the saiil U W Deatherase The Boot and Shoe Arm of Wallac must present them ax ahove properly A Rice Richmond Ky ftwai disaolvei proven ou or liefore the 1st day of situated on a good corner lot In Ellw hv muual consent on Monday March Dkathkraqk May 1890 Jok lon Ky known as the Hogsn proper Â¬ 3rd 1880 VC WALLACE 41 43 Assignee ty 40 43 H H COLYER I T RICE Jk All perons inJehted to G Dissolution ITotice STORE HOUSE S attention given to FEWINGf DIAMONDS This Fine Saddle Stallion willl make the season of 1890 at the Fair Grounds Richmond Ky at C AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES SPRING 18 HERE AND SO ARE WE -- WITH THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF- - Promptly done and In a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and S15 TO INSURE t COLT Â¬ hands high JESSE COBB is i5 chestnut color 4 years old weighs close to 1200 pounds fine action and is a model saddle horse is by Mark Diamond tst Dont forget the place next 4oor dam by Tuttle horse he by Estill Eric to the Puet ofHce Richmond Ky sire of dam of Georgette arigJi and Bell Vara 238 Second dam Lucy by Young 30- Davy Crockett 3d dm by Cannon Whip h 4th dam by Traveller W B CCintlROatAM LYMAN PARK18H SilTr xj SPRING VMl SHOES fin- Â¬ P CLOTmNGTlo Hals Shoes and Qsnts Furnishiiig Ckods EVER BROUGHT TO RICHMOND 40 CHARLES E 10LYER t CO NewLiTsryiBsSalsM mm sis it will pay yen to call and see our mam- Â¬ moth stock of Shoes before bnying We have them GENTLEMEN DISSOLUTION HOTIGE LADIES we have the est line of FOOT WEAR in We have erected a new and commo- Â¬ The grocery firm of Hagan Chen- dious Livery and Sale Stable corner of ault composed of J S Hacan and 3rd and Irvine street Richmond Ky David Chenault has this day dissolved and aek the public to give us a trial by mutual consent Chenault retiring Richmond and all in the LATEST STYLES REMEMBERWEDQ KQTSELL GOODS AT COST Â¬ HORSES rates HITCHED OR FED March 24 1890 J 8 HAGAN KID BUTTON IN OPERA TOE FRENCH TOE PARIS TOE Common Sense Toe gJtfThese Shoes bear our brand and every pair is warranted Â¬ BUT WE DO BUSINESS IN A STRAIGHTFORWARD HONEST WAY IN ALL STYLES HAND SEWED CALF KANGAROO D CHENAULT AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle horse1 horses and buggies hired at low 16 16 PARRISH ClNNJNGHAB t Goods at a Fair Lmij Profit Highest of all in Leavening Power U S icty Powder sm ABSOLUTE PURE Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Baking Dissolution Uotice As we have dissolved partnership we will have to call 011 our friends to come in and settle immediately We need money and money we must have Settle at once and save cost 41 44 Haoan 4 Chenault The hardware firm composed of W C Fitzpatriek and D M Phelps under the firm uame und style or Fitzpatriek tt Phelps doing business on Main street In Richmond Ky is ihis day dissolved Home grown China hemp seed guar bv mutual consent I M Phelps re tiring The books and accounts are at anteed new for sale For price etc G I DOUGLASS tlie old stand where settlements can be address Lexington Ky made March 19i h 1890 STEELE BROS D M PHELPS S7 44 YarDalltou Ky 41 44 W C FIT Z PATRICK HEMP SEED SMALL PROFIT PRICE OUR MOTTO HONEST TREATMENT PERFECT FITS AND ONE FIXED BOYS SHOES IN ALL QUALITIES Remember that you mi A GUARANTEE with EVERY PAIR Â¬ VORIES SOHOOLFIELDOO One Price Clothiers 30- - Hatters and Gents Furnishers 213 West Main Street Richmond Kentncky I Vs4vrt J HERE THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Editor rrsusHui ivuy eimday t TFV Blimax Printing Co G White Chas S Powell er la given tbe company with which it my ooosolidale to carry out the arrangements made by lease purchase or otherwise and any company en gaged In building or operating any railroad in this State is hereby author iaed to acquire by subscription or oth erwise or to guarantee any portion of the capital Block or bonds of said comÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS In Lincoln county 70 pouuds 56 pany The twenty third section and fol lowing limit the suhcrption of Fayette Wednesday 9 1890 April county to 50000 but no limit i im posed on the subscriptions of Madison Tlie Legislature appropriated oouuty or the ciy of Lexington The to the tornado sufferers hours of election and places for voting may be restricted at the pleamire of The bill passed the Ilopse last those waking the order and die cost g a Common Pleas eek of the election is to be borne by the mil 1 Ii R KA1C flSO sold for 3 Tbe Michigan fruit growers report that only n third of a crop of peaches is left to them The farm of JoMM Hill of Fayette ou the Bryant Station pike containing 165 acres has been sold to B Magoffin aboats weight cents vTi Jk Da KranBTi srscmes are Miea ttScally and crefaUr prtMred prescripUonj Med tor many In private practice clflc a a paoUl cure for the ill Bca cure wlUkcnt In w mdata taj war jm unit r 1 KlSeCand deed the aovorelaa remedlsaeftaoWerld r Humphreys ftp puatmVAl woe Kmmmrm wiinfoceeiuvaiurvcE 7ro Taut atad by the people Erery Macfe spe-thirty ALWAYS Yes AHEAD WITH CLOTHING at 3K0 in Judge Lillys district tive joint committee rts in favor of a new lunatic nn The three already exist really over crowded and a ne MM the only way out ol the trouble Th i li an Stat Central met in Louisville on lay to select a mem ional Kepublican i liive Committee made va- death of Judge Wm V Bradley and iy were applicants and no decision was readied I and 27 provide that in the event of a subscription being voted the proper authorities shall thtrenjMiti MiWribe for the stock voted and proceed to make tiie necee sary levy to pay the interest and provide for I lie payment of the principle of the indebtedness thus Incurred ap- Â¬ 2G localities lions 2 parently without waiting struction of the road for the con- The Democrat- - of Madison de- Â¬ mand a Democratic candidate for to the Constitutional convents n lie had as well be Isftkcotniag In tact he must come There are questions to be ssed Let the county committee fix a day lor the mass con Â¬ ion erable majority Hon AN B Smith led the debate in taTor of the bill some ol the Governors friends complain that Mr Smith had con i the idea to the Governor ill Mould be vetoed We heard Irom Mr Smith t here are two sides to the q ties TWfcNT The tux reduction bill vetoed by ernor was passed by the er the veto ly a consid- Â¬ FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF AI MUINL of a century ago today Wednesday April Mth 185 Army of Northern Virginia surrendered to the A in the lotomac under d thus closed a bloody ir years hat cost the Gov eminent three billion dollars and millions of dollars worth perty and thousands of lives It does not seem so long but twenty five years have gone and with them have passed away the struggle Davis Lee i rant and nearly all the lesser lights institution of slavery ex and a new order of existence The South of to r than the South of A riXE 1 gutter The 33d section provides If the Board of Directors so order for sub script ions to the stock by any person or corporation and the Mill section an thoriz9 payments of stock to le niede in cash or other projerty real or personal Nothing in the charter imposes on the company any duty either to com Â¬ plete the road or even to Itegiu work and there is no proviso to forfeit any of the extensive franchises it receive on its failure to begin work except Hie right to claim a subscription which must be asked for within twelve months but having been once asked for it may lie inferred that the request may lie repeated and its francbses re tained unimpaired When the various p wers grauted to this company are considered in cou uectiou with each other it may oe reasonably inferred that it can locate its roadway that it may receive the subscriptions voted and a pledge of the bonds that it may then change the line of its roadway to Hie injury of the sections which have voted aid that it may be directly interested it mining manufacturing or other interests and may sell out its franchises to any other railway completed or prospective and that the corporation which succeeds it and which may be dominated alto gether by influences foreign to the in terests of our people may remove the office of tbe company and bold its meetings in a distant State or foreign Â¬ Â¬ per acre In Spaiu and Portugal inquiry for wheal is not being fully met by home production and the demand for imports is consequently growing Thoe Woods of Keene sold his crop of tobacco of 10500 pouuds to F H Dickey at 8J ceuts all around Mr Dickey also bought B K Randolphs crop at 8 cents Nicholasville Journal There is on exhibition at the store of Mr Eugene Rucker the first ball of Binder Twine made by the Blue Grass Cordage Factory and tiie first twine ever made in tbe county Georgetown Times A Denver Colorado telegram of the Co of Ayer McKinley 4th says Philadelphia today purchased the Richtofl herd of 100 head of St Lam bert Jerseys for 40000 cash The herd will be shipped to Pennsylvania I C A N P Vaumeter sold in Louisville this week the Blackwell crop of tobacco about 17000 lbs at an average price of 14 40 per hundred They also sold eight hogsheads of another crop at 7J cents VViuchester Democrat Haden Jendall sold last Thursday lii farm on the Lexington pike 81 miles east of Versailles containing about 400 acres to Hardin Field consideration paid being 38000 This is one of the fauciest and best improved farms iu the county Midway Clipper Heavy rains have fallen in the YVest eru and Northwestern States during the present week much to the relief of tiie farmers who feared a continuation of the drouth that iiad prevailed The rains have greatly benefited the winter wheat crop and the cattle ranges of the YYest Messrs Jas YV Miller and Will H Edwards have purchased Mr Hardin Fields farm of 407 acres ou the Clifton Turnpike four miles from Versailles Mr Edwards gets about 100 acres for which he pays 59 per acre and Mr Miller gets the remainder ai 47 212 Â¬ Â¬ Mr Benson Cobb has sold his Vatican filly to Mr B II Neale for 300 The grippe did not kill H B Dillinghams fine young Vatican out of Count Wilkes mare by Belmont Wilkes ore of the dandy colts of the county It will be nine years next August since Kate Sprague charged down the home stretch at Rochester and finished in 218 She sold last week for 1500 Warlock the excellent California horse from the celebrated Palo Alto farm it adverted in to days Climax Examine his pedigree and see if you can do any better Wild Rake 222 by Hambletonian Mamorino dam Merry by John Dillard was sold recently for 5500 Wild Rakes record was made at Lexington September 30 1886 Stock Farm The celebrated YVoodburn Farrr has held twenty one annual sale6 of yearling thoroughbreds and trotters at which 7S head have been sold for 542401 an aver age of 692 Farmers Home Journjl Count Valcnsin was much disappointed with the prices secured for his stock He brought twenty three head from Ca ifor nia The average per head was only 026 against 208460 lor the Pleasanton lot says a New York exchange At the McKimmin Combination Sile at Nashville last week there was a good attendance and stock brought satisfactory prices The sale catalogue was mostly Of useful harness and saddle horses and they brought an aggregate ot iy 150 averaging 196 Hon Claude Thomas who has just returned from the horse sales in the East sold about 10000 worth of horses while gone Mr Thomas fine stock farm near North Middletown Bourbon county justly gives him vastly more pleasure than his equally successful engagements in politics Louisville Times Said a very prominent horseman a few days tince One hundred thousand dollars looks like a very large price for a horse but you and I if we live to be old men will probably see the time when some stallion will sell for 500000 The best will continue to increase in value while a good many strains of inferior men will disappear It will be a continual str fe for the survival of the fittest and the very greatest horses will year by year increase the value MassachasetU Ploughman The Marcus Dailey Ranch near the young town of Riverside Mnni has a fine collection of great racers and trc Iters It is there that the great 26000 colt Mas- Â¬ cot the 000 Favornia nooo Yolo Maid St Valor Mike a wonderful 15000 yearling and Hattie D Lord Byron Prodigal Senator St Patrick Brown Silk Fannie YVitherspoon Biton and other celebrated racing and trotting animals representing an investment ot a quarter of a million of dollars have their home William M Irvine has five brood mares that prematurely dropped their coltj the past few days and I Shelby Irvirwj has one mare and thirteen jennets that lost their colts in the same way one of the jennets having twins These marcs and jennets are all fine stock bred to pedigreed animals and the loss is great It it believed that this destruction arises from an atmospheric trouble among horse and jack stock similar to or possiblv exactly like the grippe with which people have suffered so much In Fayette and other counties the trouble has been greater even than in Madison YV C France of Lexington has lost thirty seven colts At these public auctions said the owner of Maud S at the Kellogg sale I think the hesitation and waiting for bargains is a mistake If a man sees an animal he wants let him bid what he thinks is the value and he it more pt to have it knocked down to him Somt times I have used a little discretion in this respect for my own protection as sorr e one seeing I wanted a particular hprse might try to run up the price Mr Bonner exemplified this idea soon after the remarks above quoted by making a plump offer of toooo for the two year old filly Reverie and securing her without any competition Stock Farm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iff I t raicrs nontr eraae worm rever worm rvinv fallr orTeethlnsof InfnU ilarrhea o Children or Adulta Draeaterr unping Kiuous Colic wc - Sick Headache ieadarkea RIltniMl fitnmftrh VerUgo fWaiMmala Haapreaaed or Paiafal Periods waitea too rrornae renooa yroaa rough uunenjt i Erne ralDelaa fait ttheaae Kneuroa Pal Rheamatlaia Ferer and A or a e chin Malaria neeajng 11 ira mina Catarrh Inflnenia Cold In the Head Whooping Cengh Violent Congha General llrbliity Physical Weakness Cholera Merbaa Vomiting Bronchitis each Coldtoothache Faceacne Nearalala ni 11 in Kidaey Jliacnae Ker roaa Debility IaMaw Wrakneos Wetting Bed theUeartPalptnahwl biaeaaeaof GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Better Goods Largest Variety and were in the front of Sprang and were ahead of em all or aent postpaid on receipt of jprice DRcarHBXTS Maxcal 114 pages richly bound in cloth and gold mailed fri Y Hnmphrr ye M edict neCo109 Fultou St N Hold by Drnggteta Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better goods at lower prtces this SoHnfir than vou can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself thp Comffl tssioners Sale justice of inspecting our new Spring stock No matter how high the plane of your rioaroc WP fAN STTTT VOTT TWsouare dealimr best croods bisrsrest assortment m Brack Maupin Ac P1B s Notice of 1 SPECIFI CS m i i IS FILLED WITH BRIGHT NEW GOOD S I sigued will on against VSale in J Equity Dan Terrill Ac Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the March term thereof ISH in tiie above styled cause the under Â¬ Latest Styles lire Just as Welcome COME Gentle and SEE US 10 LOOK OR BLY Wednesday April 16 About the hour of 90 REMEMBER as Sprinf WHETHER WD COME i 11 oclock a m on lite premises iu Madison county Ky proceed to expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following described property viz COVINGTON Sc XV Â¬ Certain Tracts of Land Situated ou tbe waters of Muddy Creek in Madison county Ky Said lands were owued ami occupied by YVilliara Terrill at tbe time of his death situated about 5 miles from Richmond Ky on 2SO Main Street Near Motel Glyndo ti MITCHELL One piece containing the Richmond aud Irviue turnpike Â¬ Adjoining the lands of Jarvix Gilbert R YVatts nuil others and the same land couveyed by Owen YValkers heirs and Thomas J t mith to YV C Terrill aud children Another tract contain ing about Â¬ 134 ACRES i Our Spring Styles Are ITow Ready Your Careful Inspection Is Requested Â¬ Versailles Sun SHIITFH FM1 THK STATF IXAS To THE STATE OF MAINE OF The Baltimore Manufacturers U country -It might even happen if the terms proposed to be voted on in regard to construction are not carefully guarded that the line proposed might be entire- Â¬ ly abandoned and that the sale of the frauchise might provide for the loca tion of the mad along lie right of way of some existing railway and tbe transfer of the subsidy to the existing line itlut Increasing the present mieage of railway If It be said that the local authorities would be apt guard the interests of the people iu this respect it can be said that the legislative department of the State should so protect tLe interests of the people as to plaoe it beyond the power of aoy local authorities either from oversight or other cause to imperil the interests of the public by placing it in the power of a corporation to inflict such a wrong MIXED A runaway couple giving their names as J YV Middlelon and Josephine Rice were married last week a Wil iiamstown The young lady made af fidavit that she was tweuty oue years of age although she had a very youthful iippearauce Elsewhere in this issue is announced the marriage or las Kice and Miss Amanda Middleton The remarkable feature of these mar riages is the tangled relationship that has been brought atxiul between the con t ratting parties and their families which makes a puzzle of the kinship esistiug between their children the grooms having leen widowers with oft- sririiik The mixture isoeu as Kice married a sister of Middleton and Xiirlleten murrit daughter of Rice This makes Middletous own sister his mother-in-laand Middletous wife a sister iu law to her own father Mr Middletous father in law his brother in law and Middletous wife a sister-in-lato her step mother and Middletous childrens own aunt their step grand mother and Middleton a step brother iu law to Prices children What kin are aud will be Rices child Â¬ ren to those of Middleton George town Times Â¬ Frankfort Ky April 1 1890 In conformity with last year 1 8 B Buck ner Governor of tbe State of Kentucky do designate Saturday April 12as Arbor THL LKUMm AM UICHM0M KAIL Day aud recommend that all public Uu AH CBAETER ET0DHY schools aud colleges of the State obTHE GOVEKN0B- serve the same by suitable exercises having for their object the imparting By one message Governor of kuowiedge in arboriculture and the Btickner vetoed two bills one to adornment of schools and public charter the Lexington and Iiich grounds 8 H BrtKXKi Mond Railroad the other to charter the Central Electric Company ol NOT IDEE Â¬ The interest taken by Northern lumbermen iu Southern adilv increasing Nearly every week we are heavy purchases made of great ujills to be built and of prospect- inies of wealthy men from the it oue of the most significant indications of the trend in this direc ppeared in a late number of the Mississippi illey Lumberman pub Halted at Minneapolis Minn which esse where in this issue told by Mr Van Schaick of what he saw iu the course of a three between lehsacola and Galveston aud the figures he gives showing the diflerence between the pine forests South aud North and of the greater quantity of lumber u i err i general alien- lion throughout tbe Northwest and induce many others to seen suitable iu vesttneiits Tbe most startling state ment made by Mr Van Schaick aud one tiial will set many to thinking is tltat of two cargoes of bridge timber were shipped from Orange Texas to Portland Me for the use of and Trunk Railroad The two hips wouid pass every Gulf port east of Galveston aud all of those along the Atlantic coast ou their way lo their des tination then their cargoes would be transferred to a railroad aud be trans ported over it through a timber coun try The whole interview is a valuable contribution to the history of the uV lumber developments r During the past week Mr T M Parri h sold 125000 pounds of tobacco to Robert Hare of Louisville at 9 cents aud 90000 pounds to Mr Kirk patrick of Mt Sterling 70000 pounds at 9 ceuts about 20000 pounds at 6J cents The sale amounted to about 19000 Midway Clipper Shipments of wheat from India for week ended Mcli 15 to United King- Â¬ dom 80000 bus Continent 240000 bus For weekended Mch S to United Kingdom 140000 bus Continent 40 000 bus For we6k ended March 1 to United Kingdom 40000 bus Continent 180000 bus Journal of Commerce Nicholasville Contract and Investment Company closed a trade with Mr Robert Duucau for his beautiful farm on the border of town lying on both eides of the Lexington pike The new railroad runs through the property The tract contains some 185 acres teu of which with tiie dwelling Mr Dun can retaius as a homestead The price paid was 200 per acre equivalent to cash payments The farm costs the Company some 35000 The winter packing of pork at Cin cinnati according to the figures prepared by Col SWney D Maxwell Stqierintendeiit of the Camber of Commerce shows an aggregate of 271513 hogs which is a decrease from last years packing of 2S569 while the decrease in gross weight is 11739315 pound The average cost per 100 pound is 3 74 43 a decrease from last years cost of 140 33 The aggregate number of hogs packed has not beeu so small Â¬ Situated on the opposite side of he turnpike road and adjoining tiie lands of Mrs Cornelisou and others and the same conveyed by C D Chenault aud wife to YV O Terrill and children 1 he tract of 265 acres will be sold in three parcels One of 7 32 100 acres and tiie same condemned by the R N I A B Railroad Company as its The piece 011 north side of right-of-wa- 26S ORES y GROOKE BENNETT said right-of-wa- y i URMSTON Containing About 35 Acres Fronting on Concord road on south side of said right-of-wa- y The piece Containing About 223 Acres Â¬ DRY GOODS AND Â¬ Fronting on Richmond and Irvine turnpike Said two tracts of 36 acres aud 223 acres will be first ofiered separately and then as a whole For further description of said lauds refeence is made to tbe judgment now on file In the above cause TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 0 12 and 18 months The purchaser will be required to give bond with good and solvent security for the payment of the purchase money to nave the force and efiect of a judgment beariiiK legal Interest from the day cf sale with a Lieu reserved upon aid property until all the purchase money is paid J R BURNAM Master Comr of Madison Circuit Court Â¬ MERCHANT TAILORING 42 44 Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY OIIUL RY I I F I ML POPE BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East YYest and South west Â¬ Â¬ OUR SRPING HAS JUST RECEIVED AT HIS-- MAMMOTH HARDWARE STORE A LARGE SHIPMENT OF- - fnn uri Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AKH0H 1AV IHOCLAMATIOX the corporators being as be states the same The Electric Company is composed of two old companies the charter of one pi red but the rights aud which would be restored by the vetoed bill The Governor i The Legislature lias not been wholly idle Thus far 1395 bills have been offered 736 of them are iu the hands of j committees 229 are in tbe Senate have beeu rejected in the House 40 18 The present bill proposes not only lo revive the dead charter by infusing into It the breath of fresh legislation but to give it enlarged powers by con- Â¬ ferring upon its successor tbe Central Electric Company dangerous and un constitutional powers not for the limit Â¬ ed term of twenty five years but by giving it perpetual succession Â¬ Killed in tueSeuate IS vetoed 58 are laws without receiving the Governors signature and 261 have beeu approved by the Governor But most of these bills are of a local nature Midway ernor sa the railroad charter the Gov rporators e fifteenth section while limit ing generally the rights of way to 100 feet which is wider than necessary au Uiorizes without proper restrictions nondeniuations of property to a greater extent apparently whenever desired by the company for any purpose t eighteenth sectiou authorizes the condemnation of turnpikes foreing titose roads to condemn new grounds or toad bed and empowers tbe y to change its route even after location The fifth and sixth sections of the proposed charter of the railway oom- place the organization by the tiayiiieui of a very small sum on their part completely under tbe contiol of 1 twentieth section author ices miany to consolidate or connect Mrs Dudlev sold her place of thirty With any other line eon- - two acres on Main Htreet in Lexing and pow- - good storage for 10000 hogsheads We Hon Curtis F Burnam one of the will immediately rebuild on our pres Respectfully Ac most distinguished lawyers in the State ent site J 8 PlIEUd A Co and a man of the highest character personally is announced as a candidate The suit of Col Tbna Turner against for delegate to the Constitutional Con Col Thoe Johuson for 30000 dam Â¬ vention from Madison county Mt ages back rent ect arising out of Sterling Gazette their famous Missouri land suit has Miss Rebecca Shipley the woman beeu on trial in the Common Ileas arrested iu Philadelphia on charge of Court for more than a week It is a shop lifting 700 worth of goods turns pegular Jarndyce and Jarndyce affair out to be a respected woman a church and may not he concluded for several member and a wealthy resideut of days The plaintiffs lawyers are Staunton Va who has riven as much YoungMitchell A YouugYVood A Day as 11000 at a time to charity Miss J H Hazelrigg and C C Turner those of the defendant are Stone A Bud Shipleys mind is said to be afTected dutii and White A Brooks Mt Sterla a The trial of Charles E Kiucaid for ing Sentinel the killing of YV P Taulbee will prob Â¬ The Boothwes tern Limited via the ably take place at the May term of the C C C A St L Ry Big Four Route criminal court of tbe District of CoÂ¬ from Cincinnati to New York and Boslumbia ton is the finest traiu iu America and Gen Thomas C Anderson a prom- Â¬ provides the best aud quickest service inent Louisiana politician aud a mem Â¬ ever offered betweeu the East and the ber of the famous Iteiurning Board of West lauding passengers in the heart of New York City without ferry traus - dead at New Orleans Clipper the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years aud believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions aud financially Among the interesting and import- able lo carry out any obligatioua made ant side questions that have arisen by their firm during these Congressional investigaYVest A Truax YVhoIesale Druggists tions is one of more moment to the Toledo Ohio cottou growing States than all the YVuldiug Kinnau A Marvin YV hole others It is as to the dietetic value of Druggists Toledo Ohio cotton seed oil Is this oil really and Hails Catarrh Cure is taken internal truly eutitled to recognition as a whole Â¬ ly acting directly upon the blood and some and therefore a desirable addi mucous surfaces of the system EMce tion to the long catalogue of humanitys 75 ceuts per bottle Sold by all Drug food If it is theu the South will have gists 4144 a new source of demand for oue of its m agricultural products and if cotton Chicago una raised three fourths of seed oil is equal iu all respects to that the 5400000 to be subscribed for a unipressed Iroru the olive it will have versity iu that city upon widen the another industry added to its ever 600000 donation of Mr Rookafellar is lengthening list conditioned Pla ntebs Tobacco Wakehocsk J S Phelps Co Proprietors Northeast Corner Main and 11th Hts j Louisville Ky April 1 90 J Editor Oimax YVe wish to say through the medium of your paper to our friends thut not withstanding our warehouse was par tially destroyed by the tornado Thurs day night March 27 we have secured a warehouse and will commence sell ing on the brakes next week Our storage capacity will enable us to give YVe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ when it was 2 50000 YVe interviewed quite a number of our farmers Monday in regmd to the 9tate of tbe wheat crop since the late bten aud find that mist of them think the wheat seriously injured Iu many places it had begun to joint and beiug killed below the joint it Is sprout- Â¬ ing again from tbe root This second crop is said to be peculiarly susceptible to rust aud i also apt to be full of cheat In many places it is reported to have frozen out evea the roots beiug killed Other farmers think that much of it is drowned out by the excessive fall ot tain The crop is undoubtedly injured but to what extent time alone will show YYincIiester Democrat 7 since 1840 FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington Srhedole in Effect Cincinnati Nov 17th No 4 Daily 800 P 809 p 1889 ICx No 2 SOUTH BOUND Ex bun live Cini liiuali Lve Coviiicton Lve Falmouth Lve ynlliiiiiia 8 10 8 18 SM4 No Hun pm pm Hoes Rakes Spades Shovels Hows This offer One Hundred Dollars Re- Â¬ ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY A CO Props Toledo O YYe am am Arr Pails Arr Lexington Lve Paris Arr Winchester Arr Richmond Arr Lancaster Arr Stanford live Richmond Arr Berea Arr Livingston bbcji nio BSSaa p m 1120 am am 917 am 1000 am 1023 1055 m ji m pP pm pm 35 2 45 OF 1305 P m 140 p m 455 P m S 408 p m 5 7 pm 540 p m 630 p m 545 pm 620 pm 73 pm y pm 55 305 pm 520 pm 1 pm HIGH ART Hattocks Hows of all Kinds Lawn Mowers Fishing Tackle BEST LIRE OF COOKING - No 5 No NORTH BOUND Ex Hun Ex Hun Lve Lve Arr Lve Lve No S Dailjr STOVES IN -- Lve Kill mouth Arr Civliurton Arr Richmond Cve Richmond Art Winchester Arr Paris Lve Lexington Lve Part Lve y minima Arr Cincinnati Livingston Richmond Stanford Lancaster Here 800 1025 1145 700 745 1000 110 200 240 205 250 320 413 540 am am am am am m NOVELTIES IN RICHMOND pm pm pm pm 610 am pm pm r5 748 m am 700 am 3U5 pm 85 am 421 pm 823 a m 4 44 pm pn 913 am 526 pm pm 1035 am 630 pm 1045 a m Remember that Pope is a practical workman is his line end does not have te employ any high priced men to make his wares he makes them himself and saves his customers at least 25 per cent Dont yon see T CALL AND SEE HIM MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington No 9 No 11 Dally Dailv Ex Sun Ex Sun 700 800 827 851 933 1035 FINE IMPORTED NEXT -- DOOR TO POST A OFFICE Iextngtoii Paris Arr Jliltersburc Carlisle Johnson Maysvllle SOUTH BOUND Lve Maysviile Carlisle am am am am 35 44 Pm Pm am am 450 545 612 636 730 810 pm pm pm pm pm pa No 10 No II Daily Daily Ex pun Ex Sun 557 a m 649 a m 715 a m t4o a m 835 am 515 am 150 pm 23a pm 323 pre DRESS GOODS IS PowersHagan NEWFIRM SnCCKaaKMal TO C X SMITH Corner M id First itMti J JBA Â¬ Arr Parla Lexington Oivitigiou Cincinnati No Paris Leave Johnson Jilllersburg 347 Pm 415 pm 630 p ni 6 S 1035 a m 1045 a m 6vp pm ppoaite Mrs Goodloe for 32000 Both tbe method and results itheu Syrup of Figs is taken it is plensant and refreshing to the taste and act feutly yet promptly on the Kidaeys and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds iieic aclies and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedv of its duced pleasing the tni te and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt ii its action and truly beneficial IQ it effects prepared oiilv from the cot healthy and agreeable substances it many excellent qualities commeid it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in C0c and SI bottlej by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pr cure it promptly for any one whr wishes to try it Do not accept any fei The Southwestern Limited is a substitute good vestibuled train heated by steam CALIFORNIA FIG STRUP CO lighted by gas and provided with an SM FHAACISCO LOUISVM elegant diuiug car service HEW rORK Hr It t ki re Iexlugtou 106 a m Arrives Except Sunday nati 5lo p m Arrives Falmouth 710 in Except Sunday No 7 Leaves Kulmouth 60 a in Arrives Cincinnati 7 u in Except Sunday TRAIN NOTKM No 3 runs dallv between LoxliiKion and Cincinnati No t runs dully ba4wt il Cincinnati nnd Lexington no 2 and 6 make connections at Winches Â¬ M V Ry ter for BotJs on the N N IMPORTANT Trains of this line now ar- Â¬ rive at and depart from the Central Union KerStailon Cincinnati making con Â¬ nection for nil points North Bast and West Through Tickets sold and lUggac Checked lo amy point reached by railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent of the Company or W L MUNHON E H BACON Trav Pnasr Agt Trav Paasr Agt Lexington Ky Cincinnati O S F II MORSK Oenl Pas Agt Cincinnati II F lilNTINUTON V Pres A Oen Jlanr F 11 CARR Agt Richmond Ky General Offices Cbamlwr of Commerce Hnild- 43 I eaves 101 a in Successors to Hagan Chenault Second Street next to old A VERY EXTEN8IVB STOCK OF Garnett House RICHMOND KY itJ S B1GAI llncli p DRUGS ANi NEW GROCERIES LOW PRICES CAREFUL ATTENTION AND THE NOW TAKING PLACE CHEMICALS Compounded at all hours by an experienced PHARMACIST and oat of the finest Drugs the markets afford Â¬ BEST GOODS PRESCRIPTIONS Tie Markets llrl la Cincinnati O Everybcdy bits - to Cons City Lots fbrSale lots are beauti fully located on high and geutly roll Â¬ ing ground and are considered by ev erybodv as beiug the best located ot any in the cjty for residences Persous who wish to build nice houses will do well to examine these lot I will only place a few on the market at present 1 have a plot of the ground These Â¬ i -- ai k TheaJ -M SCHOOL BOOKS A Specialty THE FINEST LINE OF Give us a trial All w want is for you to come and see as for we know youll Come Again We have the goods and the prices You have tiie money You want the goods and we want themon u is easy 10 make a trade when ready for sale I have a few lots on Fifth Street H J STRENi amMsmammmmmmLmmmsmmmmmmmmmmamam Stationery IN THE CITY aSaWCoME AMD SEK lis wm parties are wiUm at Dr Poyutzsofike - PIWEIS ft 39 29 T 8 8R0NST0N llfill iJ HAJSL Hagan F- HE CLIMAX rtdaAi April 0 5 -- j fh WALLER BENNETT B H NEALE 1690 GIVEN AWAY 100 IN COLD ami will Kiv Awaj flOO in ie ita wwseriserv U Gid Reside are Bought Mr Thomas Baldwin has purchased of Mr TribWc hi place on Main Street corner of 5th The price paid is X This it the Dr Lyman place well known to every one at atl acquainted wilh Richmond within the past two or three decades The lot is 150600 feet Ddy New Hawses Baaides the half dozen mentioned last ciikfirDwr week W Apn i T Edwards and C T Wells AfU t ir iHvinrr or each --old arc each building two residences on E ivingont n Street and E W Powell is building one nbscriber pat nig one year A new house is also building on Estill one Hnwinff - The given aiitn Avenue I0 Prie l1 reccIVC 5 m ring Several more are under contract drawing second prize win rescue Midkifls shop is to have thirty three he one the one drawing third priae windows je5inGold the one drawing Oirirt Aidroiirt Paswi The attention of fanners is celled to an prize will receive fs in Gold and th will receive article on the subject of that serious pest one drawing fifth prize -- r TlllCllliAX the Broom Rape by Pi of Gorman to be found on our 4th page Its lavages are growing seiious Forecast of Con O Mav dav pc nic ai n gress on fame page A fine article on the business of the in the Madison County Fair for country for the past three months will be local found on the 1st page Also on the same ng and paper hanging bv NYilkcs page particulars of the great Mississippi Baxter see Qooi KM will be here Saturday of Not So Badril iqth A report reached here that the residence j the prettied Court day for of Mr Talton Embry M wrecked in the J a good one all round Louisville tornado and that Mrs Embry This is a mistake But c onttitutional Conven- - was badly hurt the icsidenceof Mr Cooper son in law owing greairr day bv iay of Mr Embry was unroofed It was sitha sold his farm near uated in Parkland jion where he has lived for a year Mrs Lucy Ann Karr of this county is ee Mr W sick in Louisville and her daughter Mrs new idea in shoe Fur a Embry went down to see her and page A Powells conspicuous ad on first tliat coupled with the report of a tornado 11 is at Waco Young accident gave rise to the rumor concernI alter his mining interest at thai ing Mr Talton Embry ndtu- - nn Â¬ Cnty Asseasneat Nat Railed The State Board of Equalization ha considered the report of Madison Coun- Â¬ tys Assessor as supervised by the county board and decided lo leave it where they found it This is due to the supervision of County Judge Chenjull He last year looked into the law and reguations gov Â¬ erning the assessment and this year directed the county board to see that all property was asteaaed Vio per cent of the value as indu atedbVWe sales recorded in the County Clerks office The board found that some of the property sold and recorded in the Clerks office was given in too high to the Assessor and some too low while the remainder was about right The board regulated those discrepancies and the revised fates as sent to the State Board of Equalization being satisfactory the entire county assessment was made good The county board was composed of Messrs Joe Dcatherage J A Turpin D G Martin B F Tevis Elzie Million and Charles Stapp Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ shall be of a high a mental grade as those o any other hundred John Sexsmlth could have preached in Beechera or Tal miges church and held his own But thre were many just as good head in the country audience he spake to a there would have been there tho of course not so many of them Keokuk Daily Gate City February 28th Deceased was an uncle of Dr W T Sexsmith at Foxtown this county PERSONAL Miss Belle Bennett Is at home from a visit to the City of Mexico Miss Nannie Bowman of Beattyville i visiting Miss Mitchell this place Mr A H Williams the merchant prince of Wildie wa here Monday Rev W A Simmons and wife of Kansas are visiting relatives in this county Mr Joe McDowell of Texas who visited his mother in this place last week has gone on a tour to Africa Mr John W Fox has returned from Georgia and reports the mule market good He bought and sold 250 mules Mr Robert J Quisenberry of Fayette was over Monday looking after some horses in the Combination Sale which he wishes to purchase Miss Harris visiting of Missouri former home relatives in this countv of her father Mr Kit Harris will leave for home this week Mr Palestine Ballard of Texas after an absence of twenty two years has come to see his father Mr Tiberius B Ballard of Whites Station this county who is in poor health Mr Ballard married in the Lone Star State and is a prosperous citizen of Halletsville Â¬ SPEBDWELL Very nicely Our Debating Society ft getting along Good attendance Mis Mollie Isaac arid Mr William Black of this place were united in mar riage April 1st 1890 by Bro Raimy nit e weather for the wed ling Miss Katie Â¬ Prathf An4 lr f am ff mmrm Vlic l ra In a local coltest over a street right or Way In Louisville the Bennett Young Ileal Estate Transfers for the Month March of - m Â¬ JJ Cemnundery Officers At the anniversary meeting of Richmond Commandry No 19 the following officers were elected Sir W F Francis mortality among dogs and sheep Eminent Commander Sir W Bennett ites Creek See Perkins corrcsGeneralissimo Sir Maurice Evans Capt poaoeno General Sir J A Higgins Prelate Sir at column for an account of D P Armer Senior Yvaden Sir E E dangerous trouble among brood marcs Mitchell Junior Warden Sir J E Green and lennets leaf Treasurer Sir J Speed Smith ReSir W G White Standard going to Frankfort much time is corder In saved bv taking the Midland via Paris Bearer Sir R C Stockton Warden Sir W H Stockton Capt Guard and Georgetown Tliree new chairs thret mirrors and wash stand 170 at the Krankie Cleveland Barber Shop Nobody in Richmond knew any thing of the Levmgton and Richmond Railroad he bill was vetoed S D Parrish sold two loU Monday one in Rodetdale and one in the Tarrish addition near the Catholic church Yazoo the noted stallion of T S Bur- nam Si Co isadvertised in to days Climax Read his excellent pedigree The Bennctt Neale Combination horse sale and the circus strike the town the same dav and everybody will be here Silas T Cobb was in town on av the first time in three months He has been in the clutches of la grippe Col The thirteenth annual meeting of the Pharmaceutical Society wili convene in Richmond on Wednesday May The New place A letter from Texas says that Green lgo has pneumonia in addition to his wound Â¬ is a nice new Frankie Cleveland barber shop shop and new firm at 106 Main Street by Moore and Carmi See ad Irvine hack leaves Richmond upon rnval of the K C train about 2 in the til the afternoon and returns next oclock Confectionery Kestanraat aid Bakery Mr Z T Rice Jr has purchased the W E Luxon stock of goods rented the house and will add largely thereto He purposes not onlv continuing the confectionery but rejuvenating the restaurant and bikery He has sent for a competent baker and will furnish the public with the finest fresh home baked breads Mr Rice was late of the shoe firm of Wallace Rice He has secured the services of Mr Bob Baldwin late with Dinelli and he will be glad to see his numerous old friends and customers Settled A Lancaster telegram of the 3rd to the Courier Journal ays At a metting this afternoon ot the directors of the Citizens National Bank at its office Mr W O Rigney was elected to fill the vacancy caused by Mr J Wesley Wests death as teller of said tank This virtually set Â¬ tles the race for the best office in the gift of Garrard county that of County Cerk as Mr Rigney s acceptance of the position in the bank makes Mr Tom Whcr ritts election over his Republican opponent almost sure Mr Wherrilt is a native of Richmond and brother of Miss Lizzie Wherritt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Samuel Shearer to James Shearer 4000 James Shearer to Samuel Shearer 215 acres 75251 W T Turner to R V Whitlock to J C Hen S Ross dren 4 acres 575 B F Powell to J H Eades 46 acres J H Eades to 300 Hugh Park 113 acres 1200 J W Harris to Maggie Berry 30 acres 300 R P Gillcn to A P Settle 68 acres 050 Mary Burnam to L B Kelley 6J Wm A Johnson to Rena acres 150 Berea College Kostetter 21 acres 167 C H Moran town lot 175 C to S E Smith to Thos J Mason 17 acres Dennis Reardon to Madison Co 708 W H Louglas Fair Association 125 to S E Scott Trustee 10 acres 6000 Jas McLaughtand to C L Searcy Sic 32 acres 435 Elizabeth Cain to C L Searcy c 2 acres 175 Sarah E Todd to Joel Williams 20 acres 20 D C Doty to R L Doty no acres J28o R E Tudor to Isabella Horn 47 acres 1050 Baxter Wells to H P Gilbert too acres 7800 Town Lots J H Powell to S J Lyman Parrish to J D Ward 300 Davis 700 D R Forman to Ira E Bogart 450 R R Burnam to J S Collins 1600 Sam Rice to L J Frazee 425 J H Powell to R E Turley 600 646 J J H Powell to K G Wiggins H Powell to Claude Smith 500 S 1 600 S D Parrish to W T Edwards Parrish to Mattie Clark 230 E Forman to Wm Jennings Trustee 4500 DM Chenault to T S Hagan Trustee 3500 E W Wiggins to S D Parrish l6oo J J Brooks to Wm Tester 175 Marv F Mullins to W H Douglas 335 S E Walker to Elizabeth Bennett Commissioner to E D Ballard 200 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 45- - Clay City Â¬ A Strike 1 Attempts were made last week to burn - of Mr T C Bronston and barber j T Little The fires were kind the cellars but did not take effect J 11 B Harris has forty enrolled his private school at the Public building on Second street The public school recently taught by him en Gen C M Clay made a speech at the Monday on the coming nal Convention emphasizing his objections to county aid to foreign Court House Several hundred coal miners in the Laurel district struck April The miners were employed in the Lily mines at Lily the Laurel mines about twelve in number at Pittsburg and East Bernstadt in Laurel countv and the mines of the Altamont Association at Altamont on the Jellico branch of the L and N The cause of the strike was n attempt of the coal ope rators to put into effect the summer scale of wages and another cause was that the men also demanded that Ihey be paid twice a month A number of Richmond parties are interested in several of the mines Â¬ HTirittec has reported favorably before Congress to allow Madison Female Institute joo damages for ined while in possession of the Federal army during the war Mr Godsey of Morgan county won the prize at the Inter Collegiate Oratorical Contest at Danv ille Friday night He nted Center College A large number of people from Richmond were present Â¬ Dr T J Fain has bought of H W Spainhower the brick residence and lands at Rulhton this countv for which he pays 5 er acre The Doctor is therefore located permanently for the practice of his profession Chanpc It The efforts now being made by the citizens of Lincoln county to have their County Court day changed from the first to the second Monday in the month will be heartily seconded by their neighbors and the change will be of great benefit to The conflict Stanford in a business way of dates with llarrodsburg has been the source of a great deal of complaint from person who wish to do business in both places but are unable to on account of the courts being held on the same day It is hoped that the movement will succeed Danville Advocate The change will allow persons in Garrard and Lincoln to run up to Richmond County Court and put in three hours BwTfJ Kapler Display Â¬ John Robinsons circus will be here on Friday May 2nd Among the attrac tions are John Low low the great clown and Missjosie DeMott the famous bareback rider and feature of the Barrum show in London the past winter I J The most attractive Easter display this or any other place had this or any other Easter was that by Crooke Bennett One of their extensive show Lrmston windows was relieved of its usual dry Death of Joha Semauth Capt Tom Ferrell auctioneer reports goods and its floor covered with saw dust February 17th John Sexsmith a minishaving finished the sale of T J Tribbles On this a number of eggs with various ter of the Methodist Protestant Church groceries at very fair prices a lively court hues and colors were arranged in letters died at his home in Clark county Missouri All this He was born near Winchester Virginia day considering the small crowd in town so as to spell the word Easter Mules and horses a little low The chief feat October 13 1S15 a great by way of surroundings His youth was spent many cattle changed hands at fair figures ure of the exhibit was a real live hen in Washington City In 1847 he became chicks not more a minister and began preaching in western Mr T C Bronston Jr has taken an with seventeen pretty than a week old all gorgeously arrayed Virginia In 1S51 he settled in Clark interest in the hardware house of W C with brilliantly colored plumage the effect couny Missouri Since 1857 he has been Fitzpatrick Co Mr Bronston is a of a strong application of Diamond dyes doing missionary work for his church exyoung man son of Mr Jake Bronston wonderfully indus- tending over certain parts of Missouri and of this county has numerous relatives The little fellows were trious searching the saw dust for crumbs Iowa It was while he was doing this and friends and will add much to the of comfort and the hundred of passers work that when we were a boy we heard trade of the firm by invariably stopped to smile upon the him preach several times Our rememMr A D Flora for several year in frolicsome brood brance of those sermons made us say in charge of the Madison Monumental The Cirris this paper tome time ago that if John Sex Works has bought out Mr W F Francis show will be here April smith had been in a great city neld he French Cos for many years the proprietor Mr Flora The New Orleans Picayune says of would have been recognized as one of the 19th roughly understands the business and We The vast tent of Frenchs Circus great pulpit orators of America ire cam 01 Mr t rancis lound elsewhere was packed last night from the ring edge beard him preach a sermon on Christs in this issue apeak volume of praise for to the top seats with an appreciative audi temptation which was a greater piece of the new management Mr Francis wiB ence which had assembled to witness the orator and argument than we heard from take the field as solicitor either Henry Ward Beecher or Bishop grand performance tendered by French Mrs E Dunlap Pott Secretary in Â¬ Cos Mammoth Circus and Menagerie as Simpson in the two times we heard each form The Climax that Mrs Rosa a benefit to the New Orleans Lodge of of them out oratory is a mmic Vertner Jeffrey has called a Carnival of Elks Messrs John Davenport and Jesse and neither of the latter were in the mood nations at Lexington Wednesday April Brown acted as ring masters and Mr W in An their best when we heard them Mr lothat the Opera House lor the benefit H Qmnnette as clown was inimitable Sexsmith was twice married He married of the new Protestant Infirmary at that and kept his audience in constant laughter his first wife in 1850 and she died in 1S63 He married again in 1S67 and that wile place Music and refreshments on a with his quaint sayings and comic songs grand scale all the churches taking Jr Charles Howitte with his clown ong survives hiin and with his two children is He had been in part and everybody invited Bold Mclntyre brought down the house living in Clark county influ- Â¬ was the usual bareback riding ill health for two years but died of There KirksMlie FabT in fact enza which Oliver Wendell Holmes says performance juggling and The directors of the Kirksville Fair trapeze of old people Great all the clever acts which tend to make a is the chief danger Company met on Saturday and unanifield apa real circus Cleopatra the trained man a he was and limited as his circus mously resolved to hold the regular anand was peared to be we do not know that there elephant did some clever tricks nual exhibition Grounds have net been regrets that John Sexsmith abiv managed by her trainer Mr Harry need be any ancu red but will be at once and no time field of work and Reed Petit and McVcy thrilled the audi had so purely local a be lost and no pains spared in roak- acts Miss fame The strength and characteristic of ence with daring flying trapeze is great uniformity t equal to all former effir Inez Palmer displayed some wonderful America are that there Ikat iniallivanra J rlmratAr ri awrttaai moral tenacity in her iron jaw aci au fWt Bay oi me people cvcrrwucic u is nui P Bush auctioneer reports 400 Mr John Ames twisted ond ntortwistca orisc times in his challenge as it was so long in the old world where xie on tnc market mosty common 200 himself several was at the capital and the John Davenport Jr all intelligence Changed hands at 3 to 4 yokes oxen contortion act his joclty act and country folks were ignorant hinds and sol J at 50 to fo 20 broke mules 110 bounded successfully in In America the land over The pheasants to 140 A fine ihow ot stallion no also did some good bareback riding stand every one hundred people are about all the horse trade one small horse sold for f 200 rest of the company were up to the same as any other hundred in town or Good feeling among the people and money ard and did very well and the audience their appreciation by frequent de country or city This exacts that the A good Court day in every showed plentiful teachers and speakers of the one hundred monstrations of applause Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ The public sale of town lots at Clay City on last Wednesday was well attended and lots in the business portion went at 21 to 50 per front foot while those in the residence portion went at 7 to 12 Clay City is on Red river in Powell county and until the building of the Kentucky Union railway was known as Red River Iron Works The foundry made the shot and shell used by Jacksons army at New Orleans and other places in 1S12 It was one of the first iron works The west of the Alleghany mounUins machinery of the rolling mill and of the grist mill was propelled by water power the race for which is yet extant and in use The town is in a horse shoe formed by the river which runs seven and one half miles around coming back within The 400 yards of the starting point race or canal cut across the neck or isthmus has a fall of 25 teet thus affording great water power A year ago Clay City had three or four old houses Now it has a National bank electric lights car shops an im mense steam brick machine two saw mills three plainng mills a gigantic lumber drying house three hotels and a number of stores and about 500 people The K U saw mill drv house and planing mill cover a space equal to three squares of Richmond and the entire work of rais ins the loff from the river sawing it dis posing of the refuse conveying stacking and drying the lumber and carrying it to the planing mill is done by automatic machinery a human hand never touching anything but a system of lever Richmond and Madison county are well represented at Clay City Mr John G Cole and wife and their daughter and Billy Mahone and wife live in sight Mr Simon Shesrer brother of the venerable Samuel Shearer of Red House also liyes near Dr G W Stagner son of Mr Thomas located Stagner near Richmond ha there in the practice of his profession Mr Thomas Adams from near College Hill is proprietor of a large three story hotel Mr George Rice of Speedwell late with John W Howard of Ford is mer chandizing Mr Albert Masters of Million has been a resident for a number of weeks Â¬ Â¬ son-in-laÂ¬ crowd gave the Breyfogle gang a black eye last week It is said that the Vanderbilts have bought the Mackcy system which enters Louisville over the old bridge They are enemies of Breyfogle and will change to I Bridge this K Il is said now that the Kentucky Central has been bought by the East Tennessee Virginia and Georgia If all reports an true the E T V k G has bought pretty much all the railroads in Kentucky The trouble is that too many people are talking too much and knowing too little A New York telegram of April 1st says The official announcement was mde this afternoon that the East Tennessee Virginia and Georgia Railroad had contracted for the purchase of the Erlang er system Cincinnati Southern comprising about 1200 miles at a cost of 5500 000 The stockholders of the East Ten- Â¬ nessee Company will hold e special meet ing at Knoxville Tennessee on April 15 to formally ratify the purchase and authorize the issue of bonds necessary to make the payment Bonds already sold they will be based upon securities receiv ed by the purchase President Thomas of the East Tennessee Company made the following statement in regard to the deal The main object of the East Tennessee Company in the purchase is to make their line a leading north and south line starting from Cincinnati and reaching Jacksonville Florida and Mobile on the Gulf Shreveport New Orleans and Memphis It will be the last purchase by the East Tennessee Company and will complete the system No Richmond terminal stock will be issued on account of this purchase The whole transaction will be an East Tennessee transaction and for the benefit of that system alone The condition of the Kentucky Central and N N Si M V Railroads is the latest deal in railroad circles The Transcript published some weeks ago that the deal had been made but could not give the fact of the transfer at that time as the officials of the lines in this city refused to talk It can now be said to be a certainty that the Kentucky Central has secured control of M V Company or rather the N N the two roads are to be consolidated Mr C P Huntington holds the controlling interest in both roads and will have general management of the consolidated line Tr e Kentucky Central people are on top in the shuffle and II E Huntington at present Vice President and General Manager of the Kentucky Central is to be General Manager of the consolidated lines Whether this deal contemplates the taking in of only the Eastern division of the N M V Company N known as the El zabethtown Lexington Big Sandy reaching from Huntington W Va to Lexington Ky 139 miles with a trackage arrangement with the Louisville Niishville for an entrance to Louisville frcm Lexington or it is also to include the Ohio Southwestern known Chesapeake as the Western division of the Newport News and Mississippi Valley Company with a mileage of 413 miles and reaching from Louisville to Memphis i not definitely known That the deal covers thq Elizabethtown Lexington and Big Sandy is a certainty Lexington however Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hacker and Mr J II Pratber stood up with the bride and groom Miss Katie and Miss Dora made a fine impression The young couple is now at the residence of Mr Blacks father where they would be glad to aee their friends I would like for the people to watch Mr Lim Isaacs and j H Prather for it seems tike they are goina to come in on next round LIUI R HABIT li all the World there i bat Oae Care Dr Haiaes tioldea Saeeile II ran be Riven In a cup of ten or cnne Ihe person Ukiug without the knowledge Hi effecting a speedy ami ierinanent care patient Is h moderate drinker or whether the mi alconolK wreck Thoutnds of d nnkanls lm0 been eured who hve taken the Golden ipeelnc in their eofft without their knowl edge and to tUy Hunk lht 7 iinlt drinking f heir own freewill No harmful eltect reÂ¬ sults from IIh administration Cures guaran teed Mend for circular nd fnll particulars Address In confidence Ctoloe ISi acinc Co 17 16 185 Rate St Cincinnati O Whin you are cooatipated willi of appetite headache lake one of Dr J H McLean Little Liver and Kid ney Pilleto They are pleaaant to take and will mire you 25 clo a vial 40 52 Dl SKENNE8S COMBINATION SALE On tli Fair Grounds la Â¬ Â¬ f Collars and Chains collar pad MMK Colonel Hale killed a crane that measured 5 feet 6 inches from tip to tip The dogs have been killing 6heep by the score and poison has been killing dogs by the fifties The farmers have scarcely begun to plow on account of the rain but the rail road work is progressing rapidly Mr Jesse Kanatzar who lately went to Kansas says he dont like Kansas water and will return to Tates Creek In a short time Mrs Fannie Million has an old saddle horse that was named alter Kirby Smith He is twenty eight years old and almost as nimble as a We have a new church at Bethel and all the roads to it have been closed up except one it is a county road and it cant What a religous neighborbe traveled How will the preacher get there hood Uncle Terry Perkins has repaired the Tates Creek bridge for the seventeenth time thinks it about as good as new Thats right Uncle Terry now give us some of the same on the pike and draw down the poles Â¬ Â¬ I have an eacelleut lot of collar hames chains back bands and other thing for plowing 42- GEO W PICKELS neuralgic pain In the head take Dr J M McLeans Little Liver and Kidney 40 52 25 cents a vial Pellet Adrlee tw MotnoTS Vrs Windows Suothiko Sybcf ihonld always b used when children an catting tetth It ra Ueves the little suffcieritt once it prodneesnatarsl quwt slsep and the little chsrnb awakes aa brig b t as a button It is very pleasant to taste It soothes the ehud softens the gum allay sail pain regulates the bowels od is the brat known remedy for duurhoaa whether arising from teething or other caaaes Twenty flee seats bottle 65 te For ick hewiaclH female troubles Richmond Ky E MAY 2 q 5 f ire 0J RELIGIOUS The Jesuits of the north west are returning to Germany since the resignation of Prince Bismarck The appointments of Elder B F Clay to preach at Kirksville Mt Zion and Speedwell have been withdrawn complete 40- - Cbookk Bennktt A Ukmston If you pplt up phlegm nud are troubled with a hacking count use Dr J H Mcleans Tar Wine Lung Balm 1 Lare Cartain Lace Curtain ntock Our 5E J 3 JI 2 OB x - - 2 S Â¬ 40 52 23 1 I Zs JS 1 11 1s J 1 -- c Is 4 Almont J Belmont Onward Vatican Abdalbrino Ido1 WiIkes Bud Crooke Yazoo a S g r 11 r-- gaaa sr s 3 8 1 The County Sunday School Union Convention will meet this year on Friday May oth with the churches at Kirksville Mt Pleasant congregation will worship at Republican Baptist Church Sunday April 13th Prof B C Hagerman preaching The members are especially urged to be present as business of importance will be transacted Mr R A Robinson has offered to donate 10000 for the erection of a new church for St Johns Episcopal parish and A new edifice is will guarantee 15000 to be erected and tht generous offer will Courier in all probability be accepted Journal The Christian Churches and Sunday Scott School of Fayette Jessamine Franklin and Woodford counties will hold their annual Convention with the church at Nicholasville Thursday and Friday April 17th and 18th The church at NichC olasville extends a cordial invitation L Loos J W McGarvey Geo Darsie C P Williamson are on programme According to an opinion just rendered by the Supreme Court of lllinos the Young Mens Christian Association is not a religious corporation within the mean ing of the law A man on his death bed left a will by which most of his property wa bequeathed to the Young Mens The Christian Association of Decatur heirs contested the will on the ground that under the statutes of Illinois a religious body can not hold over ten acres of land In the opinion of the court the Young Mens Christian Association is not wholly a religious body but is largely a charita- Â¬ ble and benevolent organizationand therefore the law restricting the amount of property to be held by religious corpora- Â¬ tions does not apply to said association This is the first time the question has ever been tested in the courts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IT TOUR BACK ACHEH Or you are all worn out really good for it Is 1 5 3 nnoN It wul cure you and give a good appetite IROV BITTERS by all dealers in medicine general debility Try nothing Sold I ik I Vandal Wilkes Hylas 33g g - i Pretender 9 r I 5 And other good Stallion represented - 4 rJ Cashmere Oatbre We have the novelty of the season in cashmere ombres 40- For Catalogues apply to 43 16 M B AR BUCKLE RICHMOND KENTUCKY berea- T- - tBOOK K B EN KTT A U R M8TO n A little son makes glad the home of Mr and Mr Coleman Ogg Mr Sallie Sawyer of London is paying a visit to her cousin Mr V Ryan Mr Linneus Gregg and wife from Ger- mantown are visiting friends in the place Mrs Fay from Bracken is spending a few days with her brothers the Hansons of this place S F Hanson has gone to Tennessee to make arrangements for a home and his family will follow soon Principal B S Hunting was summoned to Elgin 111 last week by the failing health of his aged mother Miss Hallie Embree from western Wyoming arrived recently to spend some month with the family of her grandfather J G Fee The regular monthly temperance meeting last Tuesday night was a very inter- Â¬ esting occasion The last exercise an essay by Mr Menzi in pantomime em- phaciscd the fact that it was April first The little son of James Moore was seriously burned a few days ago by hi clothes catching fire at the grate Doubts were at first entertained in regard to his recovery but he is now thought to be out of danger Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld If jour kidneys are iuactive you will feel and look wretched even in the most cheerful society and melaueholy Dr J H Me on the jollit st occasions Leans Liver and Kidney Balm will set you right again Oue Dollar per 40 52 bottle Haaakerrhiefs Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs 40- lYAZOO RECORD 227 BROTHER TO TUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL Ma - Crooke Bennett Ukmston If you want to buy a sulky surrey buggy or carriage call on Donelsun for be baa the latest best and cheapest 5- We offer the services of YAZ00 fr the sexson of County Kentucky at IO at silver Creek -- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT - - CKorpY suftocmt ious night couglkS and all the common afTectious of ile throat and lungs quickly relieved by Dr J H McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm 40 32 Mares kept and tried Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled Will take regularly on grass at ten cents a day grain fed if desired at reasonable rates every care to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible fur either Yazoo is by Harold sir of Haul dam of Yuba f Nutwood S 208 i aad 26 mora 230 performers 224 while in foal and Yaioo 22 Burnam A Hume are agents for first class insurance companies Try hero 33 32 anil sire of Rcimere trial Ijrtion record 235 and sire of Minnesota Record 2 lain of On Childe Harold two mile record in 504 in England Consuela trial 230 V KM Slavea by ICasibriaO naught reconl 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Voltigenr trial iij Best make of toadies and Misses Kid CMal sire of Lady Thorn 2lS Every pair Gloves ever in town 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer guaranteed 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred 40- - Crooke Bennett Urmston HaroM lein at Maa The aliove pedigree shows YsVXOO to be superbly bred anile digestion and aseimila no Chief his sire grand sire and great grand sire are each illustrious Imperfect tiou produce disordered conditions of Young Portia his dam and grand dam are illustrious matrons with a pacing thorough Â¬ the system which grow aud are con- bred foundation where can you beat it firmed by neglect Dr J H McLeans Address us at Silver Creek Madison countv Kv BgSflJook now open Strengthened Cordial aud Blood Puri and thirty two more in t O list BvllflOUt Naa 2nd dam YffUlSr POTtl dam of Voltaire record 22o4 stands at 300 tst dam TolSAS Hymen record i by 2J3i 22 Â¬ 1 A CARD fler by lis tonic prorties cures indi gestion and gives tone to Ihe stomach 40 52 100 per bnt lie THaae- Â¬ TS BURNAM CO DIED Alex Black died at Richmond Ky on Thursday April 3rd 1890 aged about 47 years Buried in the Cemetery on Saturday He was sick less than a week with meningetis Samuel G Hogan died in Madison county Ky on Tuesday April Sth 1S90 aged 89 years Burial in Richmond Cem etry at 2 oclock to day He was a naTranfcript county was the father of The new directors of the Monon seem tive of Knox Dr H W Hogan deceased and of Mrs resolved that nothing they can do to disCollins credit the company shall remain undone Thomas Mrs Mollie Goodediedin Kansas City When they leased the main line of the Louisville Southern they agreed to pay on Friday April 4th 1890 tfter a short the interest on the bonds and to deposit in illness The burial took place at Cen March and September of each year 75- - tralia Missouri Deceased was a daugh House this ood for this purpose On the istof March ter of William Williams Red county She had lived in the West prob7 5000 was deposited in the Bank of North A nerica and notice was given that the ably fifteen years and leaves a husband coupons maturing on the first would be and six children paid by this bank Seventy one thousand Mrs Jane Cornelison died in Richof the coupons were paid but on mond Ky on Saturday April 5th 1890 dollars yesterday the Monon ordered the bank to after a lingering illness The funeral took stop payment on the remaining four place from the residence on Third Street thousand The money having been de- Â¬ Sunday afternoon and the burial in the posited in the bank for this purpose of Cemetery Rev C P Williamson offic- Â¬ course the coupons will be paid but it iating Deceased was the wife of T J shows how reckless Dr Breyfogle and hi Cornelison and the couple had within the adviser are when they manifest such an past few days Witnessed the 50th anniversary of their marriage Among her child staff disregard of financial obligations The interest all accrued while the Monon ren present at the funeral were John J was in entire control of the property The Cornelison of Mt Sterling accompanied William L Cornelison of indorsement was made legally and with by his wife The action of the di Lexington Mrs Henry Smith of Somdue deliberation rectors i without precedent and without erset Mrs Emma McKinney of Kansas excuse They have invented a new finan- City and Mrs Dr Pettus of Crab Orcial crime retroactive repudiation that chard will we believe discredit the directors and Nathan Noland died at hi home on every undertaking with which they are Muddy Creek near Cane Spring Church connected in every financial center in the in Madison county Ky on Friday April world The directors evidently believe 4th 1 So aged 72 years and 11 months Ihsre is greater profit to be made in wreck- - The burial took place Sunday on a beau 111 railroads man in operating tnem tiful elevation selected by him on his Notwithstanding the career of some dis- farm overlooking the surrounding comtinguished gentlemen the question is still munity Capt Noland was an old time Courier Journal an open one militia officer but never aspired to any civil office although frequently urged and THIN COLUMN abundantly capable He married a daughBrick Rice is a merchant but he has ter of the late Andrew Broaddus and leaves besides a wife eight children neither brick nor rice to sell among whom are Mrs N B Deatherage Will Fitzpatrick had a show at the Court this place Elbridge James John Albert House the other night and Will French Sidney and George Noland of this coun- Â¬ is going to have a circus Saturday of next ty and Green B Noland of California Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Having sold out the Madison Monumental Works to Mr A D Flora I take this opportunity of offering my sincere thanks to the public for the patronage so liberally extended to me and offer the assurance that the high standard attained for our work in the past will be maintain ed in the future and believe the friends of home industry will appreciate the efforts and support my successor in an endeavor to provide a source from which artistic work can be obtained at a reasonable price Again thanking you for the many evidences of your confidence I remain yours very truly W F Francis Â¬ Â¬ Coton Lisle thread aud silk hose Ladies aud Misses 40- for - Crooke Bennett A Urmston f r use iu such sprsins and bruises cases Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment has for many years beeu the constant favorite family remedy household Frfqikntly accidents occur in the which cause burns cuts 3 Ks Z T RICE CO New Confectionery 40 52 Aarea tioeds Dont fail to see our Bordered Apron Goods 40- iYiviitY yvd Dining Room We wish to MWiHaff that in lew days our BAKERY will he open and in charge of a first baker Also that our - Crooke Bennett A Urmston The average sales of tobacco at Cin cinnati for the past nine years has amounted to 8000000 annually Â¬ Cures Indigestion Biliousness Pygpepsia Mala Â¬ ria Nervousness and General Debility rtiysi cians recommend it All dealers sell it Genuine has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper J0f BROWNS IRON BITTERS GOOD JOB Let Wilkes Baxter do your pajier hanging aud get a good job at the lowest urices 43 46 Â¬ 8e Wilkes Baxter about your painting and you can get a good job at the You will have no use for spectacles if yon use Dr J H McLeans Strength Â¬ ening Eye Salve it removes the Him and scum which accumulates m the eye balls HUldue Inflammation cools ami soot he the irritated nerves strengthens weak and failing aftajst 25 40 52 cents a box Â¬ iDINING ROOM Will be readv for choice meal at We will have a largo all hours line of Donelaon has a quantity of new sul43 46 lowest price kies surries and buggies of the newest at very Calvin H Brice baa bought the Fort and most popular patterns and 5- reasonable figures Â¬ W week The Wichita newspaper compositor who dropped dead at the case last week is said to have been setting an editorial cliiiming Wichita was the biggest and best cily in Kansas The type setter at Winchester had better be prepared to go hence Paris News A rotund Squire went out from Rich m jnd and married a couple The happy groom gave him three dozen eggs doubt lei furnished by the bride for the marri age fee They were in a little bag and the Squire tied them to his saddle On the While wiy home he stopped for dinner in the house the mules chewed up the Â¬ Â¬ eilgs- - Bill Polks Drummer at Lexington ha been changed to The Globe and appears in a handsome quarto form enlarged and Success to the new en- Â¬ much improved Paris News terprise And now Bill is a Globe Trotter and stands in with all the other trotter about After careful training he will Lexington endeavor to break the record of Nelly Bly and Mis Bisland TOURISTS - s- --s 1 Â¬ Â¬ Whether on pleasure bent or business should take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleas a itly and tflectually on the kidueys liver and bowels preventing fevers headaches and other forms of sickness For sale in 60c and 100 bottle by hading druggists The summers racing began at Kew 11 C rleans last week Dunbar Frank W Montgomery Lucy Forty seven Iota sold In Highland Eastham Geo W McKinney Mary Elmer Park two miles from Chattanooga Etheridge N N J Northcutt Mr Parish B Embry Lucy near Missionary Ridge Thursday at Fordyce Alice Parrish S K an average of 11 per front foot About Gaines S T Reaves Lillian Mrs Rice Guy 1000 men were present and bidding Gentry Guin Riehard Will Goodlow joe waa spirited Scott Sallie Mrs Horrace L B Thomas John Harrison Moilie Full many a gem of purest ray serene Turner Nancie The dark unfathomed caves of ocean Joseph Link White Fannie Laner D E bear Full many a chicken is hatched to die unBR00KST0WK Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 seen Money order and registered letter at Because none of Canters chicken chol- Â¬ hours prompt 7 A X to b v M Rufcs beef is dead era cure wa there J B WILLIS P ar Pouwhatan Shearer i quite ill again This wonderful never failing remedy Sunday School begin here on the first is sold aud warranted by Stockton ft It Brooks Kichmoud Ky Sunday Mr Charley Baldwin has been quite Toy Teeters colored shot and killed CALIFORNIA ick but is much better W A Baugh a white man at Stan Â¬ Rev Spicer our regular pastor will ford After the coroners inquest Tee ters confeissed preach on the third Saturday and Sunday is damaged worse by the The wheat Share ia Fair Sreaad far Sale cold tnap than it was thought to be at Oue share In the Madison County first J Electioneer sire Fair Association for aale Apply at By Whips 227 210by 3 years old of Sunol at Mr Robert Boggs has sold part of his Tub Cum a office It 1st dam dam of Peruvian Bitters 223 farm next to the river to Mr Asher of Thorndale 222 by Alexanders Ab Phil Judge for mauv years proprie-Â¬ Ford dallab dam Dolly dam of Onward tor of the Louisville Hotel died last 225 Dictator 217 Mr Ben Irvine has moved to Clark week 21 dam Rosalind 221 J by Alexanders and Mr Rufus Shearer has moved to the A Wallah St L Ry Big Four The C C C farm he bought of Irvine line 3d dam Burch mare- dam of Rosalind a hore and Route ia the direct and popular Mr G S William bought 221f from Cincinnati to Cleveland Buffalo buggy of Dr R A Crouch a book agent Niagara Fails Rochester New York Wili make the season of 1890 at my from the State of Georgia on the Fair Grounds at 26 to Boston and all points east and north- stable Mrs McCord is getting along fine with east Solid vestibuled trains heated by ZxURUra a mare in foal unless mare is sooner parted with at which time her singing class and we aim to have a steam lighted by gas and provided money will be due good choir here at our church soon PALO ALTO is a beautiful mahog with elegant dining car service It any bay two white feet aud small star Mr Robert Pryeand family have moved The old Greeley homestead built by and snip 15 hands 3J indies high well and want to purchase to G S William Horace Greeley near Chlppauqua formed excellent disposition and pure a farm in the county on a good road He gaited and can show quarters in 37 araa destroyed by fire Tuesday thinks he mar rent a house and tome N Y of its owuer second kept aud tried regularly on Mares grass for thic year if lie dont find a place morning in the absence Miss Gabrielle Greeley grass at 10 cents a day grain fed if de Â¬ to suit him in a few day disor Â¬ sired at reaaonahlo rates Will lake much Old If given in time your chickens will ders of people suffer organs from are al every care to prevent accidents or esaud urinary the never have gapes or cholera We mean ways gratified at the wonderful effects capes but will not be responsible should any oceuf Uaulers chicken cholera cure Hold of Dlu J H Leaus Liver and Kidney atyj wjl break aud handle horses Balm In banishing their troubles Oue for speed no cure no pay by Stockton Brooks 40 53 Â¬ -- Wayne Ciuciuuati and Louisville In cases of Fever and Ague the blood railroad aa a private personal specularuns fhrogh the heart Is as effectually though not to danger tion The line ously poisoned ly the effluvium of the of the Indiana gas fields in which Mr atmospnere as it could be by the dead Brice is largely interested liest poison Dr J H McLeans Chills ami Fever Cure will eradicate this pois A Fart Leaveiwarth Ceteris Draws Five on from the system Fifty cents a tmt 40 52 tle Taaaaaad Dollars Twelve members of Co K 13th in Wall Papers fantry at Ihe Fort have just received Largest and cheapest line of wall pathrough the Pacific Express Company pers iu town 100000 5000 their portion of the 40- - Crooke Bennktt Ukmston prize in Ihe last drawing of The Louis Â¬ iana State Lottery The money was NEW ADVERTISEMENTS paid to Sergeant Thos Marriott and by him divided between the twelve who bad pooled their issues Each put iu 50 Post Remaining unclaimed cents and as lack would have it oue of Office at Richmond Ky in theending week the six tickets purchased drew one April 8 1890 twentieth of the 100000 prize Leav Bronston J H Mack Sidney Cosbev lean Mrs Miller Lizzie II enworth Kans Times Jan 30 It P 3 FRUITS Confectioneries And everything else kept by a well regulated house in our line g Come and see us at W E Luxoxs former stand 215 West Main Street m I 43 42 T RICE CO Frankie r 10000 in Gold Mui EAST MAIN STREET 106 We have opened a first class shop and desire to have the patronage of gentlemen ladies and children We guarantee fim cla work New ami elegant furniture clean throughout and sharp razors 43- - MC MOOKF J CARMICHAEL GIVEN Subscribe for the GO TO PLOWING The wet weather is over and tho ground will be dry enough to plow by the middle of next week Iu the mean time drop iu and buy your collars hames trace chains back bauds plow lines Ac 42- GEO W PUKEIS AWAY CLIMAX 18 r PALO ALTO BERKLEY GUTHRIE W ATS01T Opposite Court House and 20 North Upper Street Â¬ LiBXINGTON KENTUCKY The grandest display of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods ever before offered the city of Lexington Our own importation of Parte and Berlin Dress Fabric comprises the latest designs the newest materials Foreign Imms have prndnoed Novelties from Paris exclusively our own no two alike and no duplicates can be obtained These are the rarest aud most beautiful Dress Combinations that can lie shown this season With French and Kuglisb Cheviots Broadcloths aud plain Suit ings In every shade now known In Â¬ i - Our famous brand of Black Silk superior to all others Every shade in enured Silks with Parisian WmaKlaa to combine Silks from India in unique ami marvelous designs Quaint Patterns in Gauzes Crepes aud Tinsels in oriental richness for evening eur BlaoK and Colored Slllxs Â¬ Lupins Fabrics celebrated throughout the world aa l besf Silk and Wool Henrietta Cloths Lupins Drapde Alma Cork Screw Diagonals and Ai mures Laces Embroideries and Hemntitchings in endless varieties The most comÂ¬ plete Hue ot Ladies and Childrens Hosiery vary pair warranted We hsve the entire control for this market of the GENUINE JOl GlAJVE we keep them in ll shades from 4 to 30 button iengtb has ever been prouueeu that baa given so geueral and paifaat aattsfatr lou DUESS MAKING a specalty and is in charge of au abtett of superior merit wlm baa given satiafaclku to the most fastidious tastes To Bridal special attention is given WHITE G-OOID- S- Richmond Ky it Dollar per battle BERKLEY GUTHRIE WATSO Lexuowk Ki H C TRAYNOR ATTORNEYS Madison Const i Fair Association TEXTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT E T BURNAM TTORXEYS A T LA IV Kentucky Richmond JF fc A Probable PLENTY RICHMOND KYSEPT 16 TO I9 I89O The following stakes and purees Htreet Office No 11 Buraaml Building First 3- Weeks Proceedings EXECTiTVE WORK Program of WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH STAKES PURSES YEAELXSG TO BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR 1890 J A SULLIVAN A TTORXEYA TLA W Kentucky Richmond Office on First Street same as formerly oc ltt- cupied by County Judge Miller Â¬ Qt S POWELL Best three In five To 3 year olds 00 350 A TTORXEYA T LA W the Association To 4 year old 400 00 in three Kentucky Richmond To voo das 500 00 For 2 vear olds lKVUSE To 240 class 500 00 bociation mile heats To 230 class 700 ap Office on Second Street in three To 223 class v 1000 00 Five per cent to accompany nomination 10 accompany nomination June Is t DENTAL SURGERY and io additional j whicl is forfeit 5 per cent additional to paid on day preceding rare ceding race start to be A WILKES SMITH e to fill and three to start all purses The stakes and purses are to be divided DENTAL SURGE OX tv per cent to first 2 per cent to second and 15 per cent to third Kentucky I he rules of shall Richmond the National Trotting Horse Association be entitled Office Smith HulMVnz MaIii Street- - Office Anv horse distancing the field or any pait of it shall ici to 1K I M hours taw lo V2t M ill races Entry Blanks furnished on application to fit- Practice limited la dentistry all communications to iELBY IRVINE President II B ARBUCKLE Secretary C MORGAN D D S A Number of Nominations to Be Acted on lly the Senate in Secret Session Contested Election Canes to Be Dis Â¬ posed of Other Washlug ton News SIAgS jQ added by s mile heats best two to STS JIi Richmond Kentucky J RICHMOND KEXTUCKY 3- AHTEE n CHICKEN Cholera Cure BOOT 1 mm AND Bank Office Main Street over Madison National - j7 DDs KIRKSVIILE KEXTUCKY v7 OB 1 E 1 SHOE HOUSE TO BE ENLARGED AND tloue fflrt iK Ht KimitJi resilience rUiinuit la Vw Everything 47- - PHYSICIANS JK J M IOYXTZ Kentucky RemodeleD On account of the Inconvenience that will occur therefrom we have decided out our enormous Block of ii rirrsiciA wand surgeon Richmond office Second Street neat to Whites Drug 8- Store Q W EVANS - MD S URGE OX - PIl 1 SI CI A N A XD Richmond Office of dolLirs worth of ens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the of a remedy dial it has been made and to be con requires a d of its effic j o cents bottle is enough for Â¬ Thousands Boots Shoes HATS AND -- Kentucky 3- Second Street - JR Office Btoi e T J TAYLOR in - Washington April 7 The time de voted to the consideration of the Florida nominations in the aerate during the week just ended was taken from the time which would have Deen aevoieu to general executive buaineHs so the execu- tive calendar is now prety well crowded To dispose of these with nominations will be one of the chinf duties of the senate during the week to come So far as is known there are no nominations now on the calendar over which there is likilv to be a dispute and the business of tho secret session will therefore be disposed of in all likelyhood at a rapid Several secret sessions of an hour rate or so each during the w ek will serve to clear the calendar of ihe nominations now pending In the meantime in open session the consideration of the Montana elections Several sencontts t will he continue ators are booked for lotig apeeche and the debase may extend to the end of Una woek Among those who have in- Â¬ dicated their intention tj speak arc Senator Spoonnr Senator Kvarts Senator Teller and Senator lngalls on the Repub- Â¬ lican side ana Senators Vest Vance George Turpie and Jones of Arkansas on the Democratic side of the chamber The elections contest will have right of way after 5 oclock each day but Mr Hale will call up before that hour probably on Monday the house bill for the enumeration of the Chinese which be thinks win lead to little debate The bill has been amended in the senate committee until very little of the origin al measure is left It will probably through th- senate in this form and determined finally in conference An effort will be made during the week to persuade the senate to devote 6ome time probably a part of one afternoon to the consideration of private pension bills The pension appropriation hill may be brought in and put on passage during the week Beginning to day the senate returns to its farmer hour of assemblage 12 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Conductor on the Fort Wayne Kallroad Shot Lias Ohio Akron O April 7 At Cuyahoga Falls a lew miles north of this city Sat- Â¬ daughter of urday as the Rhodes was passing Nightwatchman along as nnfrequented street she was caught by a tramp who stilled her cries with his hand and carried her into a wood where he kept her for three hours The child was discovered later at night and taken to a physician who pie nounced her recovery as very doubttuL A posse of one hundred men at once organized to search for the tramp ana all the roads are guarded by horsemen i J All- A li LrJaXr kj ichTnr8 MARSHAL MURDEHED E Whllo Attempting to Arrest a Party of Thieves Thro of the Gang Shot Birmingham Ala April 7 At Ivory dale aix miles from this cily late Sunday afternoon Town Marshall England and Deputy Sheriff Fortenberry attempted to arrest a crowd of negroes on a cliarge of larceny The negroes opened fire on the oflicn shooting down Marshal Eng and at the first fire Deputy Fortenberry took refuge be- Â¬ hind a tree and shot three of the ne- Â¬ groes The others took to the woods and escaped The shooting created the wildest excitement in tho town on ac- Â¬ count of die political troubles there and half the town was underaims before the exact nature of the affair was learned The lolilicai excitement however bad nothing to do with the tragedy Impaled on a Pitchfork Fort Wayne Ind April 7 John E Whicker a young farmer who lives fourteen miles west of this city just across th county line of Whitley county met with a terrible accident Friday night 1 le was in a I arn feeding tbe stock and after he had thrown down laty from the mow lie dropped his pitchfork which struck the barn floor with its two prongs sticking straight up Mr Whicker in some way lost his bal Â¬ ance and fell on the foik both prongs of which penetrated his abdomen passing clear through his body Medical aid was suiuraontti ironi ttus city out me doctors have little hope for his recovery Whicker was to have been married in a week to a young lady of Coesae Â¬ Â¬ Practitioner Richmond Medicine and Surgery - oclock April 7 Wilson of Shelby county was arrested Friday night on an indictment tor extensive pension frauds He gave bond for his appearance Â¬ Indianapolis Kj Congreasmian in Trouble Kentucky 3-- Second Street over Dykes Grocery FURNISHING GOODS AT A It is euar one hundred chickens ed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoror ied with it as a cure for Chicken era return it to the undersigned your monev will be refunded JJR JOHN K FOSTER pu r sic i a n a xd s urge ox Richmond Office - Great SACRIFICE Kentucky STOCKTON T1IE1INEST It - BROOKS OX EARTH Yestihuled From now until the builders begin and complete their work y PHIL ROBERTS This will be a rare oppor ox PHYSICIA X a xd s tunity for the people of Richmond Kentucky Richmond Madison county to get the and Main Street next door to Lrfixons upsUtlrs residence at cor Main and Tales 3- Creek Avenue urge Dayton The Cincinnati Hamilton I is the only line running Pull Perfected Safety Biggest Bargains Office At Wines A Tndors Drng Store one door below ItatnseyV corner offers It i pro Â¬ 3- fessional services to the public T Tiains with Chair Parlor Sleeping They have ever received from any ami Dining Car service lietween Cin- - source for our stock is one of the fin I i Indianapolis ami Chicago and best and largest in is the Only Line running Through Reclining Chair Car- - M ween Cincinnati Keokuk and Sprint field Illinois CENTRAL KENTUCKY T SEXSMITH M D PHTSICIAX AXD SURGEON White Hall - - - Kentucky lie Offers Three contested election cases will be taken up and disposed of by the house during the week In two of them the action of the house can be forecast easily These are the cases of Bowen aganst Buchanan from Virginia and Pesey against Barrett from Indiana in each of which the elections committee have united in faver of the sitting members in each case a Democrat Mr theadle of Indiana has indicated an intention to fight the committee in the Posey Parrett case but his opposition wili te ineffectual Thursday had been set aside for the consideration of the contested case of Waddel I against Visefrom the Third or Richmond district of Virginia The case will develop a three cornerjad fight in the h mise The Republican memt ers of the election committee have decided that Mr Waddell a Republican was elected Mr Wise claims that he was elected while the Democratic members of the elections committee have decided that there was no election and will banc in a resolution for holding a special election to determine the matÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BROOM RAPE OK HEMP AMI TOBACCO Â¬ Botanist Agricultural Experiment Station LexingH Garman Â¬ Â¬ ter his professional services to the pub S- - This is no catch penny to get rid S M LETCHER Cincinnati Dayton Lima of goods but we are in earnest Detroit the Iake Regions and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON about everything we say id a Kentucky Richmond The road to one of the oldest in the State or Ohio and iie only line enter We Lave all the latest styles in ing Cincinnati over twenty five mile1 Office Smith Building Main Street of diuhle track and from it past record cat more tiara assure its patrons sjieetl W BRIGHT M D comfort and safety Tickets an sae everywhere and see We have all the latest styles in PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON D either in or that they read C H Kentucky Richmond Indianapolis or out of Ciuciun iti MENS SHOES AND BOOTS Office In Smith Building on Main Street Toledo EO Mi CORMICK Speeial attention given to microscopical and al Passenger and Ticket Agent chemical examinations of tissues and fluids B We have all the best makes and of the human body latest styles in Between And the Only Direct Line JR Â¬ Ladies9 Shoes JJ Monday will be District of Columbia day On Tuesday it U probable that the naval appropriation bill will be called up and 30 soon as it in disposed of the military academy appropriation bill will be considered Friday as usual will be devoted to private bJls and on Saturday eulogies in honor of the late Repre- Â¬ sentative Laird of Nebraska will be deÂ¬ livered During the morning hours of the week a number of biljs of an interesting nature will be called up for passage Among them are bids providing for the retirement of naval officers for color blindness for the retirement of mates in the navy and to prohibit the enlistment of unnaturalized persons in the navy Weather Crop Bulletin April 7 The weather crop bulletin for the veek ending Satur- Â¬ day says Recent ruins have placed the ground in excellent condition for seeding aDd farm work over t he greater portion of Iowa Nebraska Minnesota Michigan and Dakota although in the extreme north dry weather continues Throughout the winter wheat belt from Ohio to Kansas and southward to Tennessee and Arkansas farm work is greatly retarded owing to excessive rains the season beitg from two to three weeks late although wheat is reported as having improved and oats and grass look better The weather during the week affocted crops favorably in Louisana and Texas where planting is progressing rapidly In the east gulf states while the Weather was generally favorable and much progress was made in planting cotton and corn work was grealy delayed in northern and central porions of Mississippi owing toexcessiverainsand floods Crops are much improved in the south Atlantic states where good growing weather pre- Â¬ vailed but early crops need rain The weather dining the week was generally injurious lo crops in New Jer- Â¬ sey and New York In the former state fruit and vegetable were injured and little progress was made in farm work The prospect for a fruit crop in New York is generally good but peaches have been injured Frost is not yet out of the ground in northern New England In the southern seirtions of this region grass and rye were improved by good growing weather Reports from Oregon indicate a late spring but seeding is in progress in the uplands the lowlands being yet too wet for farm work Winter wheat is pro Â¬ gressing finely but more sunshine is needed State Department Silent Washington April 7 The state de- Â¬ partment is like a clam it is practically shut up The officials who are easy of access are not at likerty to say anything for publication atid Secretary Blaine who ir is not to be aeen All efforts to find out anything about the recent or pending investigations about the fish- Â¬ eries question or the seal fisheries ques-Â¬ tion in the Behrin sea or the reciproc- Â¬ ity negotiations with South American republics have been futile The state department officials will not even admit that such negotiations are in progress They hare even gone so far as to refuse to aftiim that Mr Charles Tupper was in Washington when he uould be been any clay at the Arlington hotel from which he has made frequent visits to the residence of Secretary Blaine half a squaiv distant In fact but little or no information of public interest is given out from tbe state department and Secretary Blaiie since tbe death of Walker Blaine who was the medium of communication berwean the public and tbe secretary has lost in the estimation of many of his warmest friends much reputation by hh secretness about affairs f which the public has a right to be in 3- Washington iRL goyjjr - BICE Place now at Misses and Childrens Shoes We have a full stock of QR C S BOLTON T Homeopathic Physician end Surgeon Richmond Office over lUm a M Jtki pm - Kentucky f T JjUuialllidliJ fyrnpTnlla TTtt of PRIVATE all tormi SEXUAL D1S E4K Spermatorrhea eewte Impoteney and iaf aliaa ie won la aae imi aa aeaSaeaas aaaicef tfarMr it iaxhk caw IC ttud -- Infants9 Shoes We have the largest line of - to Hoars Special attention given to diseases of women and all diltl 1atienlx treated at a disÂ¬ cult chtonic ease tance and Homeopathic medicines sent to 4 any address M la Bright 4nK ton says This parasite of hemp and tobacco was brought to my notice toward the close of last summer Al that time its growing season was past and most of the plants were dead but a cursory examination of il in the field phowed that serious injury bad been doqe by it in several counties and from its general distribution among hemp and tobacco in the region about Lexington future damage to these crops was to be apprehended I have stated that be plant has been known in Kentucky at least three years Subsequent inquiry among tinners shows bat while most of them had first observed it about three years ago some had seen it earlier Mr Sandford Lyons of Jessamine couuty states hat lie observed the pest on his tobacco in ls80 He had previously uoticed that hemp did not grow well on this laud and although he did not see the broom rape amoug it he Links now that it was there when he bought the land in 1879 Mr John Steele also of Jessamine county informs me that an old farmer of his neighborhood whom he has known many jetrs declares that the pest was observed iu hemp fields fifty years ago and that old colored men long familiar with hemp growiug have made similar latements to him It is safe to say therefore that broom rape has been iu this region ten years at least but there eaa be little doubt but that it has only recently become severely destructive Whether this is because it bus been fa vored by the weather the past few Â¬ Â¬ swell up next the hemp toot and in creases iu sise very rapidly From ttm swelling it soon becomes flask shaped the seed coat enclosing a small round ed group of cells resting on I be lop ol the swollen mass Litter it becomes discoid in shape and the root of l be hemp is now chiefly imbedded iu ii substance About tins i me numerous stnull rouuded erniueiices begin to ap pear over iiuch of its suiface and push ing out rapidly develop into tbe fibrous roots They grow so rapidly ami are so thickly placed that they conceal I he swollen radicle and the plant soon look kea lansl of root- Mr John 11 Payne of Lexington informs me that he has seeu it about tbe lime wheat is harvested in the latter part of June Fresh plants bear ing flowers were occasional in hemp fields when the crop was harvested lust September but most of them hud u a lured and at that lime formed brown tufts of stalks beaiing open seed pods Iu doors the seeds germinated ami the young parasite fixed itself to hemp when Die latter was about eiirli t inches high and injured the infested plants considerably before pushing tlirouKb the earth Taken together these oh servalions indicate Ijial tiie inj iry ex tends over a considerable period of time and it is probable from hem that tin hemp and tobacco is being injured dur iug a couple of mouth The injury which the parasite does to hemp and tobacco consists in appropri ating the sap which these pliillts eliili orate for their own use The result is an eiifeeblement of he infested plants shown in retarded growth weakness of the stems aud in the case of hemp in the imperfect liber Fortunately tbe numlier of plants on which this broom rape lives is not very large Iu Kentucky thus fur it has bee u confined almost exclusively to hemp and tobacco Mr John Steele is the only one as far as I know who has seeu it on anything else He has noted it tin tomalo In his English Bolauy Sowerby states that beside the plants mentioned it grows also on sunflower kuot grasa and archsngelica while a writer in the Gardeners Chronicle for 1880 notices a communication to he Horticultural Society of Paris in which it is stated that melons cotton and cab bage are injured by it it Persia The grains grasses clovers and many other plants are not attacked by this brooni mpe ami may lie safely planted on infested I mil In this connection it is important to know how long the seeds in the earth will retain heir vi tality a matter which must be settled A number of cases by experiment have been reported to me of infected fields being planted one year in wheat or potatoes aud the next year again in hemp with the result that broom rape was still preseut Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Georgia and has been used by millions It of people with the best results and herbs Purely entirely of roots forests of from the a vegetable compound CURES All manner of Blood diseases from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited blood taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism Catarrh and SKhVCfWCER Treatise on Blood ami Skin Diseases mailed bee Swift Sracinc Co Atlanta ta But the Finest Line Hardware Stoves Tinware -- for Sale of- - Cutlery BY Take no shoes nnless Doufflas name ana ni lr atra aTmniTted on the dealer cannot supplyyoa bottom If thefactory enclosing advertleVKl send direct to price CAOTION IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE f ATTC W Tie C 0 FITZPATRICK RANGE CO t k is the Best Stve Built W L DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN Fine ralf IleaT Laced Grain and Cree moor M atcrproo n nrlil Framlne his nut ta 500 GENUINE IIAN1 SKWKI MBOm WEIT SHOE 400 HANn SEWKII FARMERS S1IOK SHOE 8SSO FXTRA VALUE CALF n i WORKIXGMKVSSHOEg and 17S BOYS SCHOOL SHOES 200 We have the GALE CUILLhI STEEL PLOW which vc Buy it try it and yoti cant deny is the best plow made also handle the PLOWS W it 3 SHOE POLICE AND Big Injun Plow Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market a number of them have already xro 175 SHOE FOR MISSES Dest Material Best Style Best Fltttafj W L Douglas Brockton Mass Sold try 32SHOESlafd AU made In ixigreaa mmon ami ucc THE MALTA DOUBLE Is the best made we carry a We SHOVEL TRACE CHAINS LINES lare -- rock of them JACK FREEMAN Unprecedented Attraction STOVER A carry a large line COLLARS of BACK BANDS PADS HAMES COLLAR BRIDLES and MILLION DISTRIBTTED Wagon HARNESS AVE everything necessary to hitch np Also full sets of Louisiana state lottery lomi any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 a BOYS SHOES In tlie City We have the JJRS JENNINGS Richmond Office - v GIBSON Kentucky 51 Physicians and Surgeons - trMfMr ar aehai SYPHILIS - r a Aataart GLEET Oonoirnca - it if - -- - best selection of r II ll Vi Cures GmaraatMd f 1m all Cosot eSe The market affords such as Knox HATS Hosierv Main street over Wallace shoe store Rices 50 Â¬ AKaAULTZ PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEOX Kentucky Richmond Clienanlt Building Office 220 Â¬ II Ol tl w PRIVATE COUNSELOR ataanji bjIi d Of MS aeaea eeart to eeT eei Siaai EaaaM be taaa ha au at aaaiiai a atoava aaaStaMaltra 6at ua lea a f and Stetson Felt LIats Wm We have an abundant sup ply of rmbrellas Neckwear Shirts Suspenders Gents All to be COST AT COST Szc W Main Street up stairs Buruam IS- - 4 jR J j M BLACK T wh of At Cost AT COST tiive us a call and see for vour- self Respectfully PHYSICIAX AXD SURGEOX 25 Red Horse Ky In WALLACEBOGGS New and Original Designs OF ARTISTIC INSURANCE burnam hume The Oldest sad Strong eat AmerlCavn Companies TU MONUMEN S In Granite and Marble NORTH AMERICA SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS lit ch 11m Le Iri old lia- - J W MACKEY AT THE WITH A ROCK BOTTOM RATES Fanners National Bank BS Dont forget our office BURNAM Is at the by M 3ISJ -- HUME tor illti but Handsome Barber Shop and First - Class Barbers Perfect satisfaction given to every one Special attention given to ladies and children Also to my country friends I hnve moved my shop over to tbe Hotel aud I hope all will come to see me Yours very respectfully 20- JOEL W MACKEY KtmWk r NB Tobacco Barns Country Stores and Milling properly specialties B H 33 32 ferr ed SETTLE IMMEDIATELY Â¬ ormed Fmr Workmauship FSBXK The firm of Wallace A Rick Rich mond Ky having dissolved I desire that all persons Indebted to us call tt once at Hie old stand and settle This means all accounts up lo March 3rd 1890 lie day of dissolution Z T RICE Jr 40 43 ni iaas 5ES rncrc Of siia FREE aaeflVual wi S ri Saturdays Senate Washington April 7 In the senate Saturday petition and remonstrances ern First Class LOW SI AND VJSSBFIUn pay part Jog lee we nave tue largest iraue in t entrai Kentucky and guarantee satisfaction Write for trices anil informa JP tion before ordering any style of work WM ADA MS A BON Importers 49 48 Lexington Ky A G WILLIAMSON CITY ENGINEER Iwatri in the world rrreet timkfei r Warranted aearr re ld aaatiaf catea Roth ToibSlUOIHI wita hi luuaa from religious millions and conferences were presented against the Chinese cen- Â¬ sus bill Several bills were passed including one appropriating u0000 for an additional nre proof building for the National museum also for an inspection of meat exports also for the appoint- Â¬ ment of an assistant general superintendent and chief clerk of the railway mail service One hundred and thirteen private bills wen passed in one hour At 430 p m the Henate adjourned Â¬ M extt Hobbles like the above to be had at l bur J aWP dSnaWaiid aloat Ht lailreaadmtieuee wrae and cat of em oat ruteo la leaetbw with ear Civil Engineer W C and Surveyor - three tttiStMnaS11 lea free a taa wataa ere aaeaaa G0RMLEY COS Surveys made for Railways Tnrupikes Roadways Estimates given Ac Farm drainage Town Dots laid off Mienl well All the weak nw to how what we eetid ram te tboee who cell roar an ailaafcafaetdrhiieealiial na llial al ia la inli le trade fee ae which hoMt far reera whan ease alerted We par ail cvprcee frvichl etc After wearereneld tchi lite la to to wore i aa roe raa natea SteVetto roia nrr1 week and upward Aihliaaa laVu a ltawi Slaalnc a lam laeofllaxaaehaltl as Washington April 7 Saturday in in the noose several bills were relating to military affairs also for the removal of the naval powder magazine at Fort Ellis New York harbor Eulo- Â¬ gies were delivered on the late Repre Â¬ sentative Nuttia At 415 p in the house adjourned IaiTTTLE Hone Prneetedintva iort raKa k ct KNERALLAND SURVEYS THOMAS B AIRES Real Estate and General Collecting Agency Special attention Lines retraced Special attention given to topographical maps anil plats of farms and other lands Correond ence solicited with parti en interested in surveys of lauds in mountain coun- ties of Kentucky arOfflae City Hall BkbrooudKy 185 Mules For Sale We have one hundred mule colts and eighty five yearlings for sale Strictly good and sold in numbers to suit pur Â¬ chasers Six miles east of Richmeud on the Speedwell pike 17- D A COLYER HH lar buicide was committed in bian county A youn man MrXjl wrnt nnntirtr parrrinrr a double barrelled gun At an Gone to Kip ore the Hereafter Rock Ark April 7 A singu- Â¬ years or because it has only succeeded in gaining a toot hold after having been imparted repeatedly during a series of years with hemp seed from abroad remain for future observation to decide It Is to be hoped that it is uot accli mated and that its recent outbreak will prove temporary The imported hemp seed ued by growers seems to have been brought chiefly from China and very probably the parasite lias been introduced from that quarter The species has a very wide distribution in eastern count lies according to literature to occurring which I have access from the British Islands as far east as IVrsia from which it is probably safe to assume hat it oc- Â¬ curs also in China That it Is dissemi- Â¬ nated with hemp seed is well establish- Â¬ ed A number of facts brought out by inquiry of farmers poiut to this as the means by which most of the land here New laud ou has become iulestel farms on which the pest had not previously been knowu was infested last In some cases it was found season that where the laud was newly invaded hemp feed had been recently obtained from places in which the pest was abundant Indeed there is a strong probability that It has since its Intro- Â¬ duction spread from one or two places oy his agency Doubdess broom rape may be distributed to some extent by winds The seeds are very light aud may be scat- Â¬ tered by a breath of air A strong wind blowing for several hours in one direc tiou during the full of he year would consequently be quite capable of sow- Â¬ ing the small seeds from infested laud over miles of territory In good soil and where well shaded it grows to a height of about ten inches The stems are thick whitish fleshy generally branched aud pubescent bear small scale like bracts in place of leaves which when old turn brown at the tips- - The fliwers are about one half inch long are while with a faint purplish tinge or in some casts of a decided purple color and are borne in loose spikes each flower arising in the axil of a bract and bearing at he base of the cjlyx two additional slender bractlets one St each side The seeds do uot germinate as readily as do most seeds and all attempts lo get thein to do so by soaking in water or keeping in moist cells have failed Even when kept wilii young hemp they did not germinate until lie latter was at least six inches high This is not one of naturnes malad justments and the parasite in tile seed is in some way informed if I may use the word wheu its host is ready to receive it Previous to germination many perhaps all of the eeeds become fast- enetl with other particles totheroot bairs of the host plant and it may be that the activities of these are tbe mes- sae that stirs the broom rape seeds to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Incorporited hv the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ ucational and Charitable purposes anrl its franchise made a part of the present State Constitution in 1S70 by an overwhelming popular vote Its Mammoth Drawings take place Semi Annually June arid December and its Grand Single Number Drawings take place in each of the other ten months of the vear and are all drawn in public at It is plainly not practicable to remove the Academv of Music New Orleans La the parasites from a crop grown s is famed foe hemp In the case of tahoeeo or of For Integrity of its Drawings ami Prompt hemp grown for seed good may be done Payment of Prizes attested a follows We do hereby certify that we superin bis way by keeping the pests from They are too firmly attached vise the arrangements lor all the Monthly seeding Annuai Drawings of The Louto the roots of heir Inst to tie entirely and Semi Lottery Company and in perisiana State removed in his way and new shoots son manage ami control the Drawings from adventitious buds are likely to themselves and that the same are confollow tbe removitl of the old ones ducted with honesty fairness and in good toward all parties and we authorize This has been the result where plants faithCompany to use this certificate with the growu at the Experiment Station have facsimiles of our signatures attached in lieen eaten oil by slug or where the it- - advertisements terminal bud bus been removed purposely In such cases a number of small bills at once pushed out at the sides ol the swollen base of the plmt No eubatance is known which will destroy growiig broom rape and not sit Commissioners the same time affect injuriously plants on whose roots broom rape grows We the undersigned Banks and Bankers Hosts and parasite are so much alike will pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana State Lotteries that it is not probable that any practi- our counters which maybe presented at cable remedy of this kind will be dis R M W a lmslev President Louisiana covered National Bank Applications made to the soil with Pierre Lanaux President State Na Bank the object of killing the broom rape tional BALDWIN President New Orleans A success- seeds are more likely to prove National Bank ful Of all the substances known tome Carl Kohn President Union National Bank which haveprovfed useful for purposesuch aa this gaa lime a waate product GRANf MONTHLY DRAWING iu the manufacture of ordiuary Iliuminatiiig gas is calculated to answer At lhe Academy of Music New Orleans TUESDAY APRIL 15 1S90 best It baa a caustic property which corrodes animal and vegetable alrtic lures whii which it is urougni in con- 100000 Iicsets at luenty Dollars each tRL mill 13 nilln 11 iw C UlMl vll iwi Halves 10 Quarters Tenths 2 5 killing root eating Insects ami for the Twentieths slime fungus which causes club root in LIST OF PRIZES cabbage and other garden crops On I Prize of 300000 is 300000 exposure to the air for some time it I Prize of 100000 is 100000 is changed loaea this property and 1 Prize of 50000 is 50000 1 largely to lime sulphate iu which ConPrize of 25000 is 25000 2 Prizes of are 10 000 20000 dition it is beneficial to many plants aa 5 Prizes of 5000 are 25000 a maaure Il should be applhd to the 25 Prizes of 1000 are 25000 land in the fall of the year about two 100 Prizes of 500 are 50000 tons per acre iieiiig a safe quantity to 200 Prizes of 60000 300 are 200 are 500 Prizes of use and later may be plowed 01 bar 100000 approximation prizes rowed into the ground Ordinarily gas lime may be obtained of gas companies 100 Prizes of 500 are 50000 100 do 300 are 30000 by asking tor it In EiiKland iu some 100 do 200 are 20000 places the demand foi it has in recent TERMINAL PRIZES years become so great that the com100 are 900 do 99900 panies charge 1 50 per cart load 100 are 999 do 999o A stimulating dressing applied to the 104800 cannot fail to have a good effect 3134 Prizes amounting to iaud in counteracting Ibe injury done by the Note Tickets drawing Capital Prizes parasite But stable manure or com are not entitled to terminal Prizes post as commonly prepired are not to ACENTS WANTED be recommended for the purpose be Â¬ For Club Rates or try further cause of the advantage they give the brjom rape by rendering the soil loose information desired write legiblv to the undersigned clearly our Oops In fields recently wooded are es Â¬ with State County statiig yand residence Street Number subject to severe injury be More rapid return mail delivery will be pecially by ctuie of the favoring effect to broom assured your your enclosing an Envelope full address rape of dead leaves and other vegeta Â¬ bearing tion in the soil A rich loose soil favors the growth Address M ADAUPHIN of broom rape a fact which has been New Orleans La noted both in the field and in doors or M A Dauphin Washington D C By ordinary letter containing Money Through a heavy soil or a packed oue issued by atl push Its way readily When- - OrderYork Exchange Express Companies it does not New Draft or Postal Note is no reason not already infested there why fields in which the anil is loose Address Regieterwl Letters containing should not be employe lor hemp or tobacco growing such laud Is uot more Currency to liable to Invasion from outside as fur New ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK New Orleans La as is known than other iaud The point worth nothing iu this connection is REMEMBER that the payment of that as betwet two pieces of infested Prizes is Ouaianteed by Four National land one with loose and the other with Banks of New Orleans and the Tickets a heavy soil tbe danger is greater to a are signed by the Preidcnt of an Institucrop of hemp or tobacco planted iu the tion whose chartered rights are recog- Â¬ former than iu the latter If from any nized in the highest Courts therefore because it should seem expedient to plant ware of all imitations or anonymous hi one or the other of such fields I schemes shoMld recommend the one with heavy ONE DOLLAR is the price of the soil aa likely to yield in the end the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket Issued best crop If in special cases it seems by us in any Drawing Anything in our lies lo a farmer to risk injury ou laud name offered lor less than a Dollar it a with a loose soil I would suggest that swindle rolling such land with a heavy iron 39 4 roller will lo some extent do away with inone of tiie conditions which favors jury from broom rape IIAMLE ALL KIMS GARDEN OF1 FARMING AND IMPLEMENTS Â¬ twenty yeaes We keep on hand for inspection a number of Wagons and the best Road Casts that roll the pikes i Â¬ TIN ROOFING A SPECALTY Call and see our goods and prices and we will suit you Â¬ fff 1 W C FITZPATRICK 35- - k CO Main Street Richmond Ky Â¬ tmAOQUAIHTTD WITH THE GEOGHAPHT OF THE COtTNTBT WILL OBTAEf MUCH VALUABLE nTFOHMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF I I ls WiAW J m o Jm t VC vslX bV J4A3lr4iU IgiJeVi vv M - - KB MLi I imJnL- rJ Capital PliZe li4aafiSt riefxiSlBHk v 300000 B9tlVrH Â¬ daaCl2GRr THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY Â¬ Including1 main lines branches and extensions Fast and West of the Missouri River To aa points East North and Northwest from mraT Davenport Des via HvA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Moines Chicago and rails ALRfcBT Worthinrton Sioui Water town Minneapolis St Paul and Intervening- t VTia and cities It Is th acortdlrect route In connection with line from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Scuthora points conversinr at Kansas City it also constitutes iJ052c l8ni It traverses vast areas of the farming and crazing lafltts in tho world forming the speediest richest most popular and economical system of transportation to and from all cHlsa towns and sections In Kansas Col- Â¬ orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining Chair Cars between Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson Dodpn City Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinaon and Pullnaa and aaing au competitors in splendor of warmed oy bieam irem toe locomotive in nntvrequipment cool in summer w- - hiiwell CitV nri Rt TrtBAIah Hllw on ventilated and free eV arrival nfti iina from ana ouuiecLst witn elent Dav I TAnlla a un mu a mmu aiai- - i ri Dillwnnn Pain uwl ww t neciinmp r naci WTTWsirain pli xrtfrLT3 vnTTrnrrT rir 4 ais tee Denver Coloradotner ir and Pusblo making- stops only at important in Springs tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dininr Hotels et con Â¬ venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph lumish delicious meals at seasonable hours and at moderate prices W a THE SHORT UNE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TSAINS S 1 1 - t- I3MCI0ITITT Â¬ THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE of Oods Cascade Oreen Ma5ltuiie raits laano springs the mountain parks mmina camps and cities Mountain sanitary pwmii and scenic attractions of Colorado frr 5utltrafJntor are equipped with every 5ye8DV4ECIr6a Trains improvement Oarden thei modern can add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment ffli5 cJPe ConBectioBs at terminal cities In Colorado dn Union the Denver and Denver Texas and Fort WorthRio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacific and all other diverging lines Jlck elS MDeJ TAP flssued monthly or further desired Folders copies of the Westsm Trail information laddrosa E ST JOHN JOHN SE3ASTIAN tSXJ Depots Ta j Ckeaarai Xanaarvr OHICAflo I II Oe l ft Pars Afst Â¬ BRYANT STRATTON Business College Â¬ izrzzszz arta55rsLOUISVILLEKY C T WELLS B F CARR COAL CO I have purchased the property of the Â¬ 0 T WELLS CO Mercurial Poison MILLINERY MRS LEE MAUPIN isolated spot in the woods he tied his body to a small tree with ft rope and having placed hLs gun oti the ground in front of him he fired both barrels blowing off hib bead A note was found in hit pocket saying that tbe deed was itself As prompted solely by a desire to explore limes longer than the seed soon as attached the root begins to the attest hereafter ili Colum named lain Â¬ said Company and will keep on hand Mercury is frequently itijicirimsy used by of malaria and blood quack doctors in all of the best varieties of i ras thas the orln i iison Its after mil tilewasn 11 K li Botanic DUxxl Balm contains no men ury but will eliminate While thanking Hie Indies for past inireurtal immsoii from lite system Write to favors assures them that book AtiuntH Git mad Bafm i VI LU1HL1C for IUC of most elegant line of goods she has the 11 in the city lin IfWI A F ISriilou Jackson Tenn I and with the nssissnee of Mias writes The yard is easy of access Persons caught malaria in Louisiana ami when the Owkns as tiimmer will continue to desiring to haul their own coal will ferexal la- - broke my system was sj give bargains as heretofore 120 E Willi Hilsoii and I had son Main Street opp Second Presbyterian not have to cross the railroad and knots ou my tongue I got two 11 11 11 I respectfully request a liberal pat Â¬ which healed my tongue and Church 4i am made a new mau of ma ronage of the citizens of both county activity My Wru Richmond Atlanta Oa writes and city It the seed lies iu contact with one wile could liartuy see Boston called it 13- T S BRON8TON phliilic lulls Herejes were in u dr adful of the fibrous roots of its host the apex si condition Ur appetne failed She had pats in her Joints mid ixiuea Her kidney were youug root at once becomes at deranged of tbe also and no our thougi tached to the other and growa no longer becmred Dr Uiliam reoonus B K II Woe1 sue useu unui tier tieaiin was entirely 48 Wiggins Block Cincinnati O lies than is neceasatv to do this If veumMff 0m and Steam Fitting CTl IC some distance away its radicle is longer K P B Jones refer to buildings successfully Pump Repairing and in eome observed cases was several troubled tie TlicOnlv Coal Yard in Town Only a square from Hie Cotirt h have to send away out to the depot Sailie COAL m l ou dont Coil SeUio ujPitiB Tail Nat and Lamp Coal w iDen CRAPSEY BROWN j dt Arolaiteots - Mccarty Soft Coal and Anthracite at I umber yard in Kichmoud Mnvaville Mt u h HPat my sysl Sterling- Winchester aud OwiugsTille vU Wiu a Specialty kinds ol pumps kept at C T V Co Coal yard or W Q Wi Store Try us 5T iso ehurch u Lowest TELLS It CO