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10 Iiiiioi imax office IM1 46- - PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Street Proprietor Cpp C 8c TMnsstMM 0 Depot LEXINGTON N2v Building W KY NFNTIIATtli and Furniture El I LlGHTBD AM i cut l iillv i BAR ATTACHED Located AYRI RATES S2 and S250 per Day TIIOMAJvH bl Ei8 i II 1 Csleciiiig Agescy VIG R tt RICH IJ U ALLLV iiox ei AsutMSla ltjsiu New Orleans Marh 14 The peo-Â¬ ple of New Orleans rose in their wrath ana wreaked summary vengeance on HAHDEUERS GLOBES the men whom they believed fuilty of FOSTER GOES TO SPAIN VESSELS CHECKED the murder of Chief of Police Ilen nossey The parish prison was His Mission Is tin- Completion of a Keel- AXD- surrounded the dkMfa burst open prority Treaty with Cuba Missing nd Thought to nd the Sicilian assassins taken out New York March U The fact that Othere and lynched Have Been Lost orae were shot and Hon J W Foster ex minister to ekiiicio Manuel Spain and James j Blaine Jr start Politz Pietro Montistono Antonio ed for Europe last Wednesday on the Seventy Feopl Drowned and the List Beaffedi Jos pu Macheca Antonio Teutonic was kept rather quiet Constantly Swelling Marehesi and Antonio Dagnett In and little save the fact that they had cardona Matranga and the Marehesi mis The was published gone TUBS boy were not molested the name of A foreign stoamship sion of the former is an important The verdict of the jury rendered Fri- Â¬ for which is unknown was wrecked off one and of general interest ROBBERY SENSATION and rehe goes to Spain to further the reciproc- Â¬ Start Point near Dartmouth near Dev- Â¬ HYDRANTS day acquitting six prisoners the threeÂ¬ Wholesale Arrests oF Mm And Hoy for porting a disagreement as to ity treaty Istween the United States onshire Eng during the recent bliz- Â¬ ltrvitkinc Open Cars and Nteuling Grain others was iweived with general dis-Â¬ and Cuba through the mother country zard All the crew and passengers were iraln Deaden Invilved approval and I for a time it Spain Mr Foster has been prominent drowned The British ship Dryad The police ofA rrrourdrle Kan have was apprehended that an attempt would in the reciprocity negotiations with Capt Thomas bound from Shiehls for be made to wreak vengeance upon the sneceeded in unearthing one of the bigÂ¬ South American countries His experi- Â¬ Valparaiso has also been wrecked off vicinrobberies prisoners at once but this was pest of Kansasever known in the ence in Spain as minister and his con- Â¬ Start Point Her crew consisting of 24 City Since 6 oclock averted for the time The evening news Â¬ ity nection with the Latin American coun- Â¬ men and officers has been drowned The And ill kind of Mill Supplies paper extras were filled with intma Friday evening Istween twenty five tries has made him very valuable to Dryad was an iron vessel of 1035 tons nnd boys Plumbing done in the Latest Mod tinns that the jury had been corrupted dale thirty men and arrestedof Armour Mr Blaine and the state department burden She was built at Liverpool charged have been It was asserted that not less than 875 It is a well known fact that the next and was owned by J B Walmsley of on with breaking oCB grain cars ri 000 and proiably us much as 100000 reciprocity proclamation will be with that city Among the schooners lost Cock Union Island and -- A N D- was contributed by Italians all over the Cuba anil Mr Rlaine has bent his off Start Point was the Lunesdale Four nnd stealing railr Mr of her crew were drowned the country for a defense fund Thou Â¬ Pacific greatest energies to this end Her cap me it ap sands of dollars it is said came from grain The stealing Foster goes over to smooth out and ar- tain was saved The schooner Lizzie final mat-Â¬ Ellen was also lost and two of hercrew range some of the Chicago and New York and farm la- Â¬ pears by an rgani ed band of thi composed of boya ranging in age from with Were drowned It is already known borers in this vicinity were taxed two ters The sugar question All Gas Pipe pot in according to dollars a head These statements only ten to eighteen years It is thought Cuba is becoming of vital im- Â¬ that at least seventy lives have been been that this The enormous produc- Â¬ lost off the coast during the blizzard portance I be New its Com served to infuriat the enrafred popu Â¬Â¬ carried on system of thieving has past for a number of months lace still more and as a consetion of beet sugar in Europe has so ejaal in addition at least ten men per Â¬ puny seriously affected the cane sugar pro- Â¬ ished from cold and exposure after quence a call appeared in the and thousands of bushels of grain have duction of Cuba that with the excep-Â¬ reaching the shore morning papers signed by 100 prom- been carried ff Trie names of grain It is feared that tion of the Spanish peninsula Cuba is the list of wrecks and the record of inent citizens for a mass meeting to dealers who received the grain were know to the police and the arrests completely crushed out of the Euro Â¬ Uvea lost is far from being complete as assemble at the Clay statue at 10 oclock made Hence the isl- - several vessels are known to be missing pean sugar market to take steps to remedy the failure of of a number of them will follow h justiee in the Hennessey case and is now practically dependent on Many points inland where the storm Come vvf the market of the United States was most severely felt are still isolated prepared for action was the conclud Â¬ A COUNT FOR MISS BAYARD Cuba is bound up in this trade ing injunction in the tall Ex SecretAry Uaysrds llaurhtcr to Wed from the surroundiig country and 1 M It rM A Swedish NobltmsD al her Interests such as plantations days must elapse before through When the hour for the meeting arÂ¬ ON HIS MTJSOLE railroads and hundreds of minor indusÂ¬ freight and passenger traffic are en- Â¬ The wedding of Miss Nannie Hayard rived the neighborhood of the statue I AM AGENT FOR- the was black with a dense concourse of youngest daughter of ex Secretary of A Wests Virginia Senator SlugsTake Ser tries in the agricultural and mechanical tirely restored on the branch lines of lllm trades depend upon it and henoe her the railroads The severity of the storm lor Trying to excited people all anxious to wreak ven Â¬ State liayard to Count Lewenhaupt of to the Senate tliimlier great desire for this treaty Mr Blaine and the difficulty of restoring the lines Sweden is announced to take place geance cm the accused prisoners The West Virginia legislature ad- Â¬ Just at the stroke of 10 a shout went early in April in Wilmington DeL journed at 1 oclock Saturday lailillg has been very busy on it and the de- Â¬ of communication to their usual state up from the people stationed at Count Lewenhaupt is the eldest son and having set the clock back one hour Ic parture of M r Foster means that the of usefulness may be jiu ged from the 3 -Chilled St Charles street and a number of heir to the extensive estate of the Lew- Â¬ the senate about 11 oclock there was negotiations arc nearly completed fact that an express train which left llvmonth an Momiav is still blocked gentlemen amonsj whom were W S enhaupt family of Sweden The head no Floods nnd storms in Russia A voting quorum call of larkerson John O Wickliffe and of the family the groom elects the senate was ordered and the St PETKiisiiio March 14 Floods up near the Brent river The passen- RTlsTAMiiy uklM KCTWKFM others who sin d the call came father is prominent in the political was sent out after which have followed the recent heavy gers are suffering severely from expos-Â¬ THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT EVER MADE IX 1L marching along and bean walking affairs of Sweden and stands near the the ure Cangs f laborers numbering hun at- Â¬ snow storms have destroyed one half lie absent mciuiers He is an exu nsive ship builder round and round She railing of the king ALSO THE FAMOUS tempted to take Senator Knott of Jef Â¬ the winter crops in many places in dreds have been sent from all directionsÂ¬ 1 he SOD came to America to study the Clay monument ine between Onlv The Vistula has to clear the railroad lines in Devon southwest Bnsaw the methods of ship bui ding Through the ferson county in whenin latter struck overflowed its banks and has inundated shire and Cornwall where the snow Fall in was a the Ik Iraaifort Crcorgetown Paris and ing Fall in amid deafening the deafen- Swedish consul he aaet the liayard fam- Â¬ the sergeant by blosr senate eye was a m eat part of Warsaw The inhabit drifts have piled up so heavily that out- cry and shouts sev which the Hichmsni - No O saious Traasf er engagement with the young- was fined 810 eral of the crowd formed the pro Â¬ ily and the ants of that city are in distress owing tings twelve fret deep have to be made Â¬ The wedding afterward remitted although he sturdi- Â¬ to the floods the severity of whiuh oan through the snow which is now frozen which went around the est daughter follow ed cession ly refused to apologize On the remisk Kill TICKETS VIA KV MILIUM i will probably be as quiet as the social into an almost swlld mass The loss to of railing the Clay monument be judged from the fact that the ram s scrgeant-at-armprominence of the two families will sion of the fine the Â¬ is enermous and will entail farm stock Train run by Central Standard Time The view from that altitude was imresigned and while an effort was being parts which form a part of the fortifiNot a bad word escaped the admit and the cards will be issued thisÂ¬ made to expunge the proceedings from cations have been in parts destroyed by much suffering among the farmers IIAMKS COLLARS BACK BANDS AND TRACE CUA1 posing Time Table December 15 1S90 week The count tnd countess will rewho have already lust uonsiderable lius of the gentlemen who had mounted the journal the senate adjourned sino the rising waters rTING BOX1 HOES RAKES FORKS SHOVEI side in Stockholm money by the tej rial weather experi- the steps They stood erect motionah r st rm die Absconder rope Hoported Caught enaed at the end ut last year The less surveying the surging mul- Â¬ N Ho 7 No LoiisviLiK Ky March 14 It is re- water mains at Plymouth are snowed TK 3 rNSANE HOSPITAL FIRE titude from whose serried rank HURRICANE IN CANADA Mixed ported here that W U Pope former up to such an extent that a force of 200 Â¬ there gleamed fsoes fall of re Six of the Ioor Innulrs Are Suffocated It Strikes Montreal and Demolishes Sev teller of the ity national bank who soldiers from the garrison has been AS 13 K determination There solve and nil the Italance Nearly Five Hundred eral Large Hulldiiit disappeared March 1 100 with 870000 sent to assist the water works employes Turned Loose 67 were fully 30u swrsoSM within ear- Â¬ 3 Montreal and vicinity was visit 62 nd The Tennessee hospital for the in- Sunday by a terrific hurricane and of the banks funds has been caught in clearing them to an extent which shot and more could be seen struggling lieen found against will An enable them tu be need As it is WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES pushing and running here and there on sane located seven miles from Nash- blizzard and great damage has been him indictment has 2 as 4 20 711 ue papers are and it ia 3 45 no water has passed through the mains al ground cars were ville caught fre ut 10 IW Friday night done to the city by the wind Pillow v now in Street the neuti of officers who know 5 the hands 35 since Monday last and a vater famine Carriages in the rear ward of the male wing Herzogs rolling mills were almost ti unable to pass through will shortly return where Iope is carts wagons cabs and vehicles There were twenty eight inmates in the tally destroyed The spire of St Pat- him here It jsand that a part of the is added to the other sufferings which 6 15 13 10 aaU the people of Plymouth have had to of all deseriptions were halted The wing at the time and six were suffo- ricks church and the magni will be recoverod 30 lT li endure through the terrible blizzard people were about to exercise their cated At 11 a m the fine structure new depot of the Grand Trunk wens money IA rM which has caused u much distress in Hls Holy Foun In the River mighty prerogative of sovereignty and is doomed and the balance of the in- damaged Many private buildings were in no mood to get out of the way mates numbering nearly five hundred barns and houses in course of construc Tkaek Ia March 14 Two months England v 3 No 4No t TRAINS Theirs was a fixed purpose to hear have been turned hose Gov Buchanan tion have been almost demolished and ago Ralph Iierce a young man of this THE PRIZE MISER what they expected would be said and has ordered out the state militia and In the morning the streets were till- place became BBSBjM and was taken to via K C 6 10 is 30 05 Iv Richmond to do what an outraged community felt wll leave for the scene on a special ed with flying signs slates branches of a hospital in Ofdro Through can FAther Throws the Hodr of His Own and A Child Into train should be done trees etc The storm has done tremen- - ness of the manager be eeeaned car- the It Is AS to Kseape Funeral 6 00 8 30 for six weeks liis mother has lieen Mr 1arkerson spoke first He said Expci damage in the c iuitr Verdict in the Henness7 Cass rcli for him rying on a fn be5 35 that once before he had appeared A dispatch was sent from Chicago The trial of nine Sicilians for the a9 but as the wires are down in all the fore the people in grand mass meeting stating that the mtion of Chief of Police D C tions the reports are just coming and body lieen found Wednesday night Wed to discuss matters vital to Hennessy in New Orleans at 1131 can not be accurately determined iai had Northwestern and Milwaukee and St n in a river the inter st of the community and oclock on the night of October 15 Paul roads were investigating a box 1000810 again he faced the people of New which has occupied the time of Section Highest In the World The Good Old Times mystery at Manitowoc Wis A box Train lailv except Sundar Orleans to denounce the most infamous B Judge Bakers division of the crimThe bureau of American republics Friend I have often enjoyed reading presumably from Chicago was taken H HARPER Gen Sujit eooaecraeat upon the inal district court since the 10th of Feb- Sunday night furnished the following about the old time Hohemian clubs from a train there and subsequently act which was most revolting crime in the criminal ruary was concluded Friday afternoon interesting budget of South American where the brightest writers of the age found near a hole in the ice in the river min LRKicn Ihss Ajjt annals of any community That act the jury bringing in a verdict of not news The highest viaduct in the v Krankiort Ky nightly gathered and enjoyed a feast of and there was evidences that the con was the finding of the jury in the mur- Â¬ guilty as to six of the accused and has just been erected ii Bolivia over reason and flow of soul far into the midÂ¬ tents supposed to be human remains had der trial and that crime was as every Â¬ failure to agree upon a verdict as to the river Lea for the Antofagasta rail- night hours Why are there no such been thrown Into the river The police THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR body knew the foal assassination of the other three road HS ji feet above the sea The clubs now department of Chicago have telegraphed I desire neither chief of poiiee the length of the viaduct is loli feet It Scribbler Too heavy a tax on liquor for further particulars and a reply has 1111 said Mr fame nor name nor glory Life Sentence at Seventy height above the river is 400s fee N Y Weekly been received from the city marshal of I 1 am a plain American 1arkerson Henry Hall TO years old who killed highest pillar is 37S feet and tho Manitowoc saying that the man who 9 How He Knew citizen and as such and as a good citi- Â¬ his wife last July was Friday found weight is 9115 tons SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS carried the box has been found that he zen I am h Claras beau Ls coming to night 1 lives in Sheboygan Wis and that the guilty of murder in the first degree c c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS know announced Bobby at the supper remains consigned to the river were Thinks the Unite States Responsible The crowd was yelling itself hoarse with recommendation that he be sent to CO The Cristoforo Cob mho of New table was Fury umjvvernaMe evident the penitentiary for life those of his child two years old It is York Sunday says editorially that the What reason have you for thinking supposed he took this means of getting throughout that immense assemblage Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book H State of Louisiana must answer for the so my son asked the old gentleman Still Prohibits American Pork which by thit time numbered fully rid of the body to avoid paying funeral The German government refuses to murder of the eleven Italians to the Cause Clara has made the parlor expense eighty thousand people Shall you THR-OID-rSOH- P Yes protect yourself H Self rescind the prohibition on American Italian Colony and that the United clock three quarters of an hour slow S3 The Emperor and the Count Boston is the first preservation law pork claiming that the sanitary meas States is responsible for the same mur- Â¬ replied Bobby triumphantly This is the time ures adopted by the United States are ders to Italy The question is an inter- Â¬ Herald According to a Berlin dispatch every- Â¬ of nature national one The newspaper expr not talk body is talking about the new relations for action Lets inadequate FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Failed to Catch On the hope that the Italian foreign office PO go lets go li me on Wycliffe Shall I give of intimacy and confidence between the Doodleigh at piano ILLThe Brhrinr Sa Matter Â¬ We are will do its duty Come en Parkerson you my latest song Miss Mawy with kaiser and Count Waldersee The opinThe British minister had a conference were some i f the cries which ion ia expressed that the emperor on ready the aw refrain with Secretary Blaine and it is said Spanish Commercial Treaty 0Â¬ escaped from the throng 9 Miss Mary Please refrain first Mr looking around his list of effective genthey are arranging the preliminaries The Spanish ministers of foreign and i erals has come to the conclusion that Mr WytiifTe them spoke and as he Doodleigh Sea colonial affairs have drafted a scheme Â¬ concluded there was just the slightest for the arbitration of the Behring Mr Doodleigh Ah yea Miss Mawy Waldersee Is the nsnt man for his lieu for a treatv of commerce with Amer momentary lull in the storm Then matters pawt first to tenant in the event of war The favor o ica in response to the Washington gov Ill then sing the last of the count also extends to the Countess some one yelled The Chinese In California please you Light Waldersee who upon her visits to Ber- Â¬ Shall we get our guns The California legislature has passed ernments proposals The scheme will be examined by lremier del Castillo lin is showered with attentions by the Cosnfort for Lire the bill providing for the issuance of before being presented to Mr Blaine Yes yes get your guns said Mr let your guns and meet certificates of residence to Chinese now The premier desires to expedite Sometimes I think I shall never imperial family Parkerson the marry said Miss Elder in a burst of in the state and the exclusion of all negotiations us in Congo square immediately Huston Still in OOlce confidence Loud ohecrs were given as Mr Parker- others Q more than hall a century the name oi Freeman has WASnntOTon March 14 Treasurer O dont despair replied Miss Flip Huston retured to Washington Friday the other gentlemen son and Convicted of Attempted Bribery The Police Camera steps we read in the Bible that Naomi waa FOR before the public Dont you recollect that j Then moved down the Wm Mullen green goods man who A good deal of opposition is developÂ¬ five hundred and eighty years old when afternoon from a visit to his home in and ominous silence reigned an used to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans Connersvllle Ind and resumed his tried to bribe the jiostmaster of Alba Jury the steady tramp tramp of men fall Mich to handle his fraudulent mail ed in parliament to the home secretarys she married a at the treasury department Mr duties CO because he could get them to fit his feet and the price Io ti ing into line and inarching along was has been convicted in the U S courts bill which bill proposes to extend to p Huston said he did not know how long Neighborhood Xews Q- police the power of photographing Now Freeman conti heard nnd the crowd followed the lead- Â¬ pocketlxH k and his ideas of value He prisoners before conviction they only Butcher Youve got six or eight new ha would retain his present office presia ers along Caiiti street to Rampart Parnell Issues a Manifesto tendered his resignation to the to make boots and shoes He also has a first class line of to photograph boarders aint you mum They marched down Rampart to a place Farnell has issued a manifesto to the having the right now sucMrs Slimdiet Yes They came yes- dent February 34 in order that his where weapons were obtained and then Irish people of America appealing for after conviction The provision in CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES inst k and ca cessor might be appointed during the Congo square was in sight mutiny and tion is regarded as infringing the princi Â¬ terday How did yon know assistance in quelling the session of the senate and he has not all sizes in all grades ple that a man is to be treated as inno Butcher I noticed you waa buying UEXANDERS - HOTEL The parish prison was reached at 1080 disloyalty to Ireland eent until proven guilty NY heard from the president one way or half a pound more of everything Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including oclock The wooden door on Marais the other since Weekly The Hebrew Immlrrant Fund straet was broken in with a large Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where Reciprocity With Canada Seventh and Karket Streets HalllngaJls Body on Its Way Home Banker Jes e Scllgman of New York billet of wood used as a catapult and Righteous IndtanwtlAsw iÂ¬ Sir Charles Topper of Canada ex--Mr-Call at No 2 First Street Iaron rocks were also poured Ottitmwa la March 14 A cable Â¬ Ughr said the Indian in disgust that reciprocal Kentucky heavyAfter the door had lieen against drtw by cable on franca Hirsch of pressed the Â¬ Louisville or 2400 broken Paris for 13000000 gram received from Hoag Kong an it Whats the matter Swallow tail down there was a wild rush for en- 000 which coin rises the fund the in- trade arrangements on a broad and asked the agent nounces that tee body of Senator Bal liberal basis between Canada and the 2nd WILL O nv March to assist trance Two men however stood at the come of whii Big Injun chase white man four lingall has been disinterred embalmed United States will be made very soon door and prevented anyone from going poor Hebrew immigrants in America mile Want scalp Catoh white man and shipped on the seamship City of in except those tha carried shotguns The draft was Immediate y honored Ia Harpers Ba-- Bio for San Francisco where it is ex- Â¬ it our tntite interest in Ugh white man bald a Renominatlon Declines and Winchesters The prisoners were pected to native about April 4 od tieit we have reaar the hotel on ef THAT CAN BE RELIED ON United States Senator Waltham of Orana Celts ia the Uaited States moved to our old stand that we occ upied then quickly readied and dragged from lbs fadure lleoord A Mean Keaarfc BE UP gi o wing in the Mississippi declines renomination The ipe The avengers pounced upfor ear- so successfully at Seventh and their cell Nans Yobs March 14 The businesii Miss Angy New Miss Oldum told ne it up in on the six slreed mentioned and inside Urated S at 81556ol150 are now tiiitiu Market sWrt TO failures occurring throughout the counEight Hour Bill Passed i persona employed the that she was afraid of the dark ape new they had all been either are invested issed Miss Vera Cutting That s strange I try during the last seven days number mt incud- - of ten minutes av The Pennsylvania sen THE MARK ider cultiva- Â¬ outfit in ever ami abou hanged or r and riddled with bullets BEARS THIS MARK Hales t should think she would be mora afraid evs as compared with a total of J6 bill wired thousand the After the assassins had been pnt to tion proi last week For the corresponding weel Puck ir imh all the lie im- of the light tons of grape fteath Mr Parkerson addressed the year the figures were 353 of last Chilian Eebe Victorious A Uright Child come crowd urging them to return to their thci Advices fn American Pork Blaxaarck far Arbitrator promise homes or respective places of business e You Ue g at poultry Mr and m Secretary of Agriculture Rusk saya Be m iv March 14 It is rumored without further demonstration mber of hens havent that Prince Bismarck will be asked to ha- arrived when the u Joe Macheca had a pistol and shot th time ne in the land and tl of Germany act as arbitrator in the Behring seu wants Sergeant llerron in the neck inflicting discrimiuation o B Alexander but two of I question all hrr lady friends s slight wound Politz is hanging to American pork should cease and favors None Killed Fall Four Etmdred s of such measures he will lie glad to see them and give a lamp post at Treme and Stan street fourhun- them a hearty reception-Bagnetti to a tree in front of the this country will permit na prison The others were shot in the Bamumi Gift CURBS SPUMTS SPAMS WIMOftFFS l Sii P T Barnuni will erect a C 135 000 cells And All enlargement- - aeaelatetr reseeve4 ay approached the front OAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT NEEDS NO LAUNDERING The mob first and JO B ALEX Kasas I but found it held door of tl MN ER Th leaders made THE ONLY by the speeches sav in- - that thev did not want Co COLLAR IN THE MARKET Van the rioters -ir where Ian Inuu Out unqualified endorsement of emr lat Hen lit latanon inn horttmen and veUrtnarutmi l made Th and an entrance wi matt DutKHAAT VM C X tntttaMarten aCHthier badAaaAlMonk Moods AftaA ng within The was thin caas of On cured very on a mare for which I have StaSABSSn aSJaWI mob was quiet at undemonstrative I would not be without It If tt cost Hue a bonis No in I vre used throughout We ho hundred of tuck HsWflmfl After completing Its work of ven Â¬ TTPf wRiTIH It If Till sn fin am SaHIa aj drank TNMttNM MSTHCTIM- - W BW XKfHM SIM on the I taliatis the mob marched geance he does not keen H send ns IS le stamps for trlAl oos trrurc SMTnH TUfRAPT ITC ETC AT THt JUYAUT it STR CO Whitehall N EDDY and disbanded Another WB to Canal street iATAlMSt f LURK THiRO AM0 UFFMSOR SHEETS ttaiSV cir- massmee Â¬ 1 Â¬ a Tr o The ending of a fear ul crime and its aw Â¬ ful sequence took place Wednesday night about four miles noith of Lavinia Car roll county Tenn Last Christmas Miss Angie Helton a sixteen-year-ol- d girl was dragged from horse and crim inally assaulted bj a neighbor named A 20 Henry aged Sanders posse was lynch organized to he Sanders escaped to but Texas where he remained until a few days ago He was taken sick while in Texas and came hotae last week in or- Â¬ der that he might receive the care of his family The relatives of the girl waited until he had recovered from his illness and Wednesday night a mob went to his home dragged him from his bed and heedless of the screams of his mother and sisters hanged him to the limb of a tree within 200 yards of his home Three of the Victims Said to Be Kulijwcts of King Hninbert and There Are Therefore International Hights Involved RoYal gxsmi Baking Powder W HAS G FITZPATRICK IN YOUR WHAT YOU WANT PRECISELY W E REFER T KITC II EN hr SANITARY STYLE Â¬ J Baron Favathe Italian minister Sun- Â¬ day formally brought to the attention of the president the slaughter of Sicilian prisoners in the parish jail at New Or- Â¬ leans Saturday As a result Secretary Blaine sent the following dispatch to Gov Nicholls It has been represented to the president by the Minister of Italy accedited to this government that among the victims of the deplorable massacre which took place in the city of New Orleans Saturday were threo or more subjects of the king of Italy Our treaty with that friendly govern Â¬ ment which under the constitution is the supreme lnw of the land guaran Â¬ tees to tile Italian subjects d miieiled in the United Mates the most constant protection and security for their persons and property making them amen Â¬ on basis aa same able the the to own our citizens laws of the 1niti d States and of the several states in their daa aad orderly administration The president deeply rcgn ts that the citizens of New Orleans should have so disparaged the purity and adequacy of their own judi- Â¬ cial tribunals as to transfer to the pas Â¬ sionate judgment of a mob a question that should have been adjudge dispas sionately and by settled rules of law- United the The government of States must rive to the ambieets of friendly powers that security which it demands for oar own citizens when temporarily under a foreign ju- Â¬ risdiction It is the hope of the president that you will co operate with him in maintaining the obligations of the United States toward the Italian sub Â¬ jects who may be within the perils of the present excitement that further bloodshed and violence may lie prevent- Â¬ ed and that all offenders against the law may be promptly brought to jus- Â¬ tice Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE THE UNSURPASSED LEXI1TGT01T BELLE HA1TGE Â¬ COOK STOVE PLOWS -- geant-at-rm- The Vulcan 2 and Horse Plows Cincinnati and Frankfort ant-at-ar- Â¬ Big Injun Sulky Pl I Â¬ C Contractors and Builders Tnsrarnr g Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 7 a specialty for cash FITZPATRICr I M 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ C -- Â¬ Â¬ x H o o TARPILES 0 Â¬ 01 D PILES - 0 price 50 cents CHICAGO I Â¬ 3 AS01UTKJLY PUKE b TAR OID CO H o FREEMAN o o 3 Â¬ P Â¬ n - Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ 1 ivery WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF i Â¬ 1 -- t Not to Split Not t Pifisooloir TRADE y - i Ft ELLuloiD Mark Ftirt Day tt READ THIS lameX HORSES Ointment QUINNS LINEN LINED WATERPROOF SPURELV uidm rma RMMH eJ Pkfc I i The Â¬ perted the two Houses to at once do their also do the bondholders and stockThe two Houses holders feel the effects of the increased duty and elect a Senator 1 ifc the Tribune exulticglv K II vim immediatelv passed a resolution which indebtedness necessarily incurred in the follow with your The was approved and signed by him at once acquirement of useless properties Editor example yon will be compelled Â¬ of the present attitude In fixing November 10 as a day for such public bas yet to understand that peocriaae taxation in it i arties Ho who risk their means in such enter- Â¬ of tin ple McKinlev election tional bankruptcy If you cut nitl WBDBBBDAT BT - while at the same In the meantime Mr Crittenden had prises of benefit and development to the bill r nroent exen u will lie reduction ol tariff taxation will have a Co Climax time the Treasury was being thoroughly shown what a big man he really was It places in which they are located censure If j Mnaaalavfag BWM nrxt year by himself and all his tight to have their interests protected emptied While the enormitv of this is was believed Vm G Wiiitl Ciias S Powell will be condemned Tli The gen- Â¬ Tin iiibt of tli hadowed by the greater enormity of friends that he was almost sure of an against wanton competition ma v although it is M Johnson was eral welfare is best served in this res-Â¬ what Radicalism wished to do it is j election but Richard TEAR 150 what are yoa going to do abuu enough comhardi tain that the National reign of Radicalism again in the field and rather than risk pect when there exists Just which tl e will define the par of the last fruitless petition betweeti the rival comjianies to - - - March 18 1S91 Tribu IT from the level of the contemptible to that having a repetition part r atesthea inage j Beaston of balloting he went to Henry insure an equilibrium in rates that will of the detestable ta KtatoMnanship it eonii h Mr Reed attaches Clav then the gallant statesman full of allow the investor a moderate return In vcrnmui ftB CLAY- al astuteness It in tl an undue importance to his own individ- - all the promise that his subsequent career upon bis investment and leave the rail iin that It bar titied and asked him to become the roads sufficient to maintain their propThe rr - iial BWWtX tli iijutry and ii le- uality Ibis It Is a fact Mr Clay after erties in first class condition cor- - j nominee la his stead U mipeJsted and only Tl in tin tiulieroan ij insiliility trolled bv those who put him in the chair consultation with his friends agreed to that the best and cheapest service can act a1 li fi 11 Also This solution of the difficulty onlv lie attained through the economies n jUt th Mr The fight was ended brought aliout by a large and but per proved successful isenentlly an-- or day ind had been only a mien with I How can expenditure of money and greater ca on the first liallot The vote stood Deary and BLHUL WILL 1KLL Richard M Johnson V4 Mar this be accomplished when a half a doz en in his Clay in the Mr Crittenden voted for en roads exist where two would lie all den Foc ium which attach emorrat will com No community can me near having the de that was needed for ay and He but ti Mr Clay ling vote at last the lienefit in the long run by the waste Lenders it rata With a iew to reach the was then declared duiy thus created lurnal says nority civil v elected a member of the Lnited States present evil it baa been wisely sag arty The if it nu ed that State railroad commissions be ap- Â¬ Senate for six years from March Z last and It is doubtful if raanv Kentuckians pointed with power to grant the appliSpeaker the Democrats but now living know that Henrv Clays first cations of railway companies for char ir to reject them when deemed Vanderbilt election to the Senate was the reMilt of a Mr in a atly THE STATE PRESS AND lUlllr Kl long Hilitical deadlock that he was tlie undesirable and prejudicial to private Thus far tl be dark horse or compromise candidate or and public inl railroad n aj- Mc- - that Kentucky was ever without a duted tin- Senator Kiause of the failure pointed under the Interstate bill y Act appear to have led to baa one Le islajure to agree MITIihl IMLUN Vritually the same thing occurred just elusion that of its own inability t iini- and tl he war when in the session of with the railway poblem of this country 7 the iA gislature failed to agree and the managers of the great system ap Â¬ tad ac Â¬ and Garrett Davia weat home a disap pear to tie bent apon effecting hngi fuliv pointed man to have his boaea revived solidations as the only way out ot the tive that bei With all this honest man dilemma and his dream realizel in the next Y by it agement honest returns and honest acthrough tative session when he was electetl more than Mr Wi from tinWith Vttt-r- Mr The Blackburn Williams contest is too counting are greatly to be desired In blow publican party fresh in the memory of the living politi- Â¬ order to reach this end would it not be track by them well that stixkholders should insist upon 0 There is not in cians to lie redetaileil here and my e lor this last delve into dead issues au annual independent audit of Bach iviveoftbe int ry a all to peakduring the narrowness and the malice and the dead past is the election of Palm- Â¬ companys books to be conducted by ned but a that Mr of Ii than he The er and the arrival here last night of our disinterested accountants chosen by is free them own Senator John G Carlisle Mr Watterson naturally Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond Ky day in an n and The anxietv felt over the attempts by Radical 1 reside iberation and ii k to Congress to pass the Force Bill had the his tirt work as Presiilent was to Communicated views and tlie Republican nirty to REVIEW OK THE FINANIiAl SOLIIMAIUV SITIA effect of diverting the attention of in- it Ill tl - from all classes of Youthen Ii the accuracy ol t a more Radical lc- HON AND A OlSOU USE ON RAIL rities Within a fortnight or so the rethan that of Wendell Malt took up th refrain Their mi turn of confidence has shown itself bv vsult the made ill re- an increased demand for Southern oonds Baltimore March 12th Another subject of congratulation too lii ti inlid in WE CARRY A FLLL LINE OF- Money is again as plentiful as it was is the outspoken antagonism which has rw and the failures of the criminal undertak Â¬ below the panic and contrary to the ex been developed against the adoption pectations of inanv rates have declined of the free coinage of silver The public the I of individu w aw Mr Time loans appears at last to have awakened to the from six to four parceat grind In and admirably ex are offend at the lower figure whereas serious financial results aaeb as a rapid cetely per- the Iemocrits in INCLCDING PALMER WINS f the they WOW alaaoBt un Â¬ contraction of the currency which two nonths a have seeking would have followed the passage of such Now lenders are obtainable Globes Robber Tubiny c The dead lock in the Illinois Not for a long Hat borrowers a bill As an indication of the popular Chandeliers Brackets Stanards two have the New York banks barn holding expectation on this point the j r Iter a painful ex wn inini BATU TUBS AND CLOSETS by the so large an average surplus lieyoud the silver has declined to was broken last week lor three months our fri w iii election of Gen Palmer the Democrat required reserve fund This accumulaJENKLVS QLOBI VALVES best ma To those who take interest in such Tl heavy work nobly tion has been caused by the general and matters the census returns which are His 101 faithful Democrati V i up in the Capitol at 8TFHOH9 AND LNSPlE miency of by bim and finally two of the Albance combined efforts which every monetary gradually coming in are worthy oi Twent will find not a little inatructi HOT WATER B ring him disturliance engenders on the part of in- Â¬ notice The growth of population in men came to hi- contact w ith their constit the tariff bill It him dividuals and corporations to strengthen many ol trie southern anil I lEMOTKATIC work Exi A tKUI SPEEIU taken if ttx Of tie r - a Keiituckian and likewise was II our elves financially by husbanding cities is remarkable but it is to be noted Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and Street Sprir not pnM air l il and that doubtless had their resources This action has conse Â¬ however that the figures given fall in the fetid atmosphere with the tenacity of Ixith quently led to a curtailment of business some instances far below the earlier esti111 the i itherwise gret Kentucky thediatinc- - operations all over the countrv as shown mates of their municipal officers During Mr You need not go to Cincinnati or other places t uiHin k would not le very radiant iff re ad lock on record Our work ii done by rcu by the Clearing House returns for the the past few years larger Minds full stock of he latest deins ictor Kentucky In nt of the Loa- - month of January and even more per- have been based The Frankfort Mill supplies to fill all demands delphia ger upon the uin such csti Wii is die Times Mr Vi the public ceptibly for February Large and they have brought high pr of the memorable RICHMOND PLUMBING CO an hi disbursements for dividends bad higher perhaps than the popalathm as and much to do with relieving the situation given by the census would now warrant Pli mbers to Richmond Water 7 33 re and inevitable n 1 the and sums of money which during the Will this fact have its effect upon the h It is by turnii the early financial flurry had doubtless been prices that w ill be offered for new mu- Â¬ House and Senate jo rd of the hoarded gradually came back into cir- Â¬ nicipal issues to know thirtii It News comes from London of culation as confidence returned as I am informed takes more than a month or two how- - easy money market but of a gradual re lied any mcd in effect- had i to recover from the feeling of alarm covery from the strained situation which f the and insecurity which existed for a while existed towards the end of 18W The the It ii the Ihuse and S This fact hits bean Boat apparent for Bank of Kngland rate remains at 3 per i EflKASSVEKSl 8 MINERAL WEALTH on of inreatora who have had aoaey cent but liquidation is proceeding journals with du lying idle have hen slow to buy securi steadily and it is apparent from the A McK Boi ry old are BoBM have probably been waiting course of our foreign exchange market Remote for the appearance of new issues in con that American securities are bt a d- Wha far If and templation prior to the pauie uianv of turned to this country W a broke open modern which fortunately for them we hope Tisiikk A Su w the tna- - will never see the light ot day lor a smile an my ej aventiona while at leant the host of bond buyers Catarrh Cant be Cured wid sich brilliancy vclopedia will lie guided by the dictates of pruTHE with LOCAL APPLICATIONS a III- h of the rter bin dence and will frown apon enterprises they cannot reach the seat of the d Wmi 1 re lrom Kent r this of a speculative character The investor Catarrh is a hlooJ or constitutional disportant problem oi alk must always bear in mind that it is in ease and in order to cure it ou have to - of easv money when the gn b t-nient am lmw y a kit it take internal remedies tarrh urity prevails that the great erne is taken internallv and acts directly de q est care and scrutiny are necessary for it on the bood and iiiucou- surface Halls v OS BIG is thee that schemes are the more readi Catarrh Cure is no quack medicine It The ted IVr am EARF was prescribed by one of the best physi In our market prices have to a great cians in this country fir years and is a gwine way from re the extent recovered from the lowest point lii le regular prescription It is composed of imperative reached and the investment demand March and it t gibin up to the best tonic known combined with the I ii queation to has bean mostly limited to City stock the duty best blood purifiers acting directly on the want ie kind of side show when y and perpri vi-Â¬ t All knew when they and to gilt edge railroad bonds There mucous surfaces The perfect combinaU has eiprocitv treaty with K head The een some buying as well of the tion of the two ingredients is what proin bine re the pire John J Crit- - more kinds which have duces such wonderful results in pecnlatire grass but curing Richard proved tempting in view of their low gnity of its tal eaker ol the House rth catarrh Send for testimonials free - ami future The M Johnson John Rowan and promise Early in tin ii Troin what I have FJ CHENEY COToledo O scruple of its majority Wicklifle It was so evident that there January attempts were made with some Sold by Druggists 75c night I 3S 41 CLEVELAND AND that success to galvanize the stock market WHAT alllWflNM rtMAKVT IT nough to la t a million year- ic members to maki Imiug was done by either House into life but the spurt which followed run ty the Speaker count- - until January 4 1831 Then the old jour- - was of short duration and before the lered work De doah am wide open an node dim am in progress would t ongreai sul erte nu while Democratic inem- that the four candidates month was half over there came a re- Â¬ deman an admishun fee to enter either fur de rush hab con were put in nomination by tl action followed by dullness which has n itiing in separata arry their and the since then become more and more in- Â¬ de ticket man to git behin de counter to help wrap B I wealth of conference looked in in the public mind and bill might passed withi tensified Numerous opinions are venSwitzerland of America in scenery If iiian rpetuation of tl and I dthat miti tured for this state of affairs such as the Virginia w ballot by comparison re- - unsettled condition of the markets in quo fully by the they had i be as thoroughly developed t when the 48 ii rum demanded L every grade Europe still the lingering effects of the ivoushire Wales you woe Id Wicklifle When this condemned them at tl the late iinic but more esjiecially the unEngland with London thrown u was within one private Mr of h is in il certainty connected with the attitude of him froi I Now in that rich lur de crowd De sites is de grandes an de prices de lowes I us be was in the Tn lection on this first ballot ss towards questions aflectiug empl up in Chicago associating with million seed lie do bizness in a gemmanly way but treats yo like to a ial career till a hundred times after but he himself as very important business interests The about di his till I havent the for the hindmost nation heaved an unusual sigh of relief 16 Pre an Cannon de-onto the Kf- liiaiii man worth less than 8800KlO Im lie raus look onard an tipard fur his reward fur ngress in its man The balloting went on y of the past two ywars when this august body adjourned When be xor Ive had al Dar am too low to expeck MUCH in dis wurld here below his first i It is quite evident hat the public is that the appropriations made would re-- alter day the contest narrowing closer to ii mini that line Mr not interested in stocks The abundance a few a tie between Mr Crittenden and ency manj other man of my age and Im complete I their work ly pensions has Johnson with the former always voting of money is however favorable to specill defeat bun an tired ol i baaa up in Y Tribun hi- ime friend who was not in the con ulation so that before long some im- Â¬ It will amount to converted and Im terward they said the carrying out of mouthpiece of the Republican purtjr Every method known to the poli- provement in prices may reasonably be Both the method and results v uad to at ill ruin hi up being poor and lead a Syrup of Figs ia taken it is pie GIT-UP-ANDLM id finally v hell he sent hi The MeKiuley bill ticians of that day was used to break the expected The preference for railwav cbock AiN better life -i reum- - mortgages over stocks is more noticea- Â¬ and refreshing to the taste and acts t - who like a brave man lock or to undo the Band it with inuientimade in the tariff tax rate an iaa Now I came way down her that made it impossible for the ble every day so distrustful have peo Â¬ Eintly yet promptly on the Kidneys which will probably average over 10 per that he is w ith the uouiag or and Bowels cleanses the syseast it ple become of railroad management and - man who held the dei idii pplies in eny little one hoss city Hi threw down the challenge when cent in tl t dutiable list during the presof advice and Im tem effectually dispels colds head- in dar dan I eber seed in eny store in nls of he fiung his banner to the broew with but effect tlie often footed ivennneiit for himself and the winner It was all of book keeping Added to this is the dis-Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual charge you a cent for it I tiiink you how-House am nuly paperd an painted an adenriM perparM inrity of the liext ought 000 a year no avail though the old timeis likeCapt is already taking on trust created by the attempted and ac- Â¬ constijiation ririfl Reform Syrup of Figs u the big stack u NEW GOODS he am receilin It r from the people or a full third of the Todd who remember something of this tual legislation in many States to restrict only remedy scribe and entered the c your exhibition at t of its kind ever pro- an law sakes what a r ami that it was the desire of a the powers and to regulate the direction duced pleasing to the vaganee of the RcptUi- if No in circulation among them equipped they arid he will be de- taste and ac- ebery day youve got all you say yoa hae youd very large majority of the people that Mr of railroad corporations Such organi Â¬ ceptable to the stomach Collside at he was a vi prompt in an not need the incoming Crittenden he elected The Bullion Pun tor in the midst of defeat Harrison va the R zations tierpetrate many abuses it is its action and truly beneficial in its his just EBERYDING NEW EBERYDIXG NEAT aid Im r broken The true but the way to cure one evil is not effects prepared only from the mot dead lock of robbery and m such ut but Cleveland had a bill w en though he EBERYDING SERVICEABLE AN CHEAP lature with its 137 members preaant to apply another to it and the public in healthy and agreeable substances its l opular majority of the general It has vote of it Is now universally underatood does try to rob us al our blue giu- di day after day adjourned finally without crying down the railroails forgets that many excellent qualities commend it onomical nd and of the no og those I believe all that dispute ai tor Tlie Governor they are nowadays the forerunners of to all and have made it the most Mo Clothes of near one million Two tdful Wy he can sell yo Suits to tit de -- wee 3 years obi we have heard - true and I can only 1m Metcalfe did n de-Â¬ popular remedy known Was Thomas the trend of Jiublic opin- the hi laneny from tl it will civilization and that without them say that with all this wealth yoil never great bigges ur mo3 iastidius pusson in the countryW - in ding velopment is at a standstill This anH psio No vi oyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c gemman to de un Youll get it all bad again in through tagonism arises from the popular fallacy and 11 bottles by all leading drug condeioned loabt that ol overwhelming indica- every such a multiplied form a- tiJ II in House an ranks of either that high rates of freight result from au gists Any reliable druirgirt who man in W t Virginia - last iness hand all of their re- a number who bonded debt and a large stock may not have it on hand will pro-in the jack pot and if iand by the bloated euro it promptly for any one who Bt in tlie Consequently capital you let St Clair ojien it Ill bet you win The adjournment bondbokler must be made to sufler wishes to try it Do not accept any crack ar mind The re itioual laiikruptcy the Treasury or who Mo Collars make money Doat Mo Shirts Ill tell Mo Neckties No wonder hides am seas January 15 and Mr Rowans Thin w clearly an error for rates aire reg substitute Weir ow pntly the Teaa began its work with a put it in stock gambling it in put Mo Trunks an V CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Mo Underwear ulateil by competion anil by the volume Mo Sox and Cuffs -- HE SA F8AKCISC0 CL moment however that of traffic The LOUISVILLE well in fact fur eberv ling iu dis line MEW Y0MC HT Mo Kt te n- apt lition be millions in Novemlierwas due magnified to bring about the very evil which it is AM DE BOSS Icl to avert viz consolidation or water so has been part and e above statement two tilings poly ending in higher rat faFGood people go see fur yoseif fur my mouf done ation it is a reck are apparent that accordiltg to I cant speak no longer Remember de p it is to ob appalling tain charters to build roads in portions Mr P J ONeill who has been work- Â¬ of the country already well ing for Mr S L Midkff the past season Trodrt with railway facilities for the purpose j is now in business with Mr James Atlman and they are prepared to do all kinds of Is will caus liars of forcing the only the estalwork y them out This wrecking rtn tti such is is done in a first class shop n Ii from the mints durin clmrtjt rwvihl nrfrf Mr u every day and ONeill is a S was f386JV Tl ingress with i sur- nan ami n IL BAN nC VL1 IVly Printing REDICTION GREAT -- I i - i counting a Republican majority for some party Mature kicked through the door tied the authority of movement - In the MM kn IBM the I think Mr Galve land t in in the country for and that the Republican party fear him more than any other man named The party has plenty of material but true Mr ure ami brave in perfect harmony racy upon the g ipon which the party Us and won a And further nssinan speaking in ex- - A lar- a failure in spite of the prei ny established by it the what it at Reed Congress would le beneath Halted had it A WORD TO ALL Oar stock is complete in all the very -- j latest Novelties to be seen in the Eastern Cities A large and Â¬ j Handsome Line of Dress Goods Â¬ a well-direct-- both in Patterns and in the Piece onr stock of Â¬ 1 v I WASH DRESS GOODS is complete with all the latest and I -- Â¬ beautiful fabrics fail to examine our stock before purchasing and you are certain to pleased both as to qauality and prices Dont I WHITE 112 ALLEN I Â¬ Main St opp Court Bouse Â¬ r - RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Sanitary Plumbers Steam I Â¬ ad k Fife - 1 l i i Gas Fixtures of Every Description i - Â¬ -- i Â¬ i i Â¬ -- semi-annu- l ii Â¬ I SHOULD SMILE j Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Vl 1 Â¬ l Boggs1 Gran Openin Show i I I -- - Â¬ 2 1 Â¬ PRIZE PACKERGES f Â¬ Â¬ ONE EXJOYG Â¬ MO QUANTITY MO QUALITY MO MO STYLES -S- Â¬ Â¬ 11 1 i- I tr - Â¬ 1m- i - Mo Boys Mens an Women s Shoes 11 11 v NOTICE EDGAR C BOGGS 37 service ai NEXTTORIi emocrew tbe ant id pott uake it certain will have to eneountiT ek- h iu th Treasury have date ibruar thus become mu left to do but to it is that the peop MONEY ample room to accc Give us a mer h fi rv k t m Laay t r MvrkUv rntrw ttf - J ad Hm FORRENT r nniaanonal duties next Diuei JM tt a Mc rirat r ell rwr rtea niniBUi BW rkU ALL1 Blb ucefei tmrwm rj sm rfcrwbb yN Wc c plain No ha th work TUl la a wik room up stairs tr aa mm now OCCUHie THE CLIMAX Vedw4y - - - lurch 18 1891 k Mr C C Wallace has bought a Vain1 it str Alter a Judgeship fcial to the Louis- Â¬ ville Times of the lUth says Hon John Ik mutt of Richmond Ky has r tunied to the city and it in understood mdi late for United - building anoth- arid to have the hacking man Wil t r hoit in the Crow addition son anl it is stated id that he is in Mr Will Curtis formerly of this place about forty ateaaban of the of the New Orleans mob itutionai Convention of Kentucky r Little the burlier in builduf old ing a house near the Crow addr A boat was comini down Kentucky Ki The lake on the erupted to land at an to wide pro Sutrduy bat failed A colored Irvine man port lim Crawford iuinned into tli water with the cable hut failing to reach Two hoiiaes aro huildiiu wpoa the boat In near Harris Ferrv this county but th in the Southern deep nearly dead ol cold and died OoU South after he was taken to Mr W 8 v uiiuls bete the ast 7 inches nil KM barrel of Tliis reminds us that a man 0 i Hal r that lie will put on the inches high v j drowaedaear Louisville Crawfords remains were cm tbe lut fur -Â¬ i I Doe erson can t climbing a tees r is t ol Stiatli in Tomb of lt adjoinin l building i Frankfort was Jerry of the air H wild land in unty who the Kentucky Pet iddenly in the Col L Jr at Kit I Mr W Jerry Sooths father aaa Gaaeral of the hoy- - sent out from Fort Estill to find apt LVtilhmd inform Mai of the t the Indians at the not in the Heath addition Miss Innis and the itlv of Monk This act of bravery on Fry lias located the part of voung South closclv pre for the practice of Medi and of Little Mountain um well recumiuendiil Sontb repreaaotod Madison t ice years in the Legislature and rer lark twenty four year i Mr MeCann this The Uld Gas Works Closed I was the letter sent without a name Has not every reader of the Climax noticed time and again our announce ment that anonymous- letters are not wanted and will not be published We have omitted in the above letter the name of the person to be married and printed the remainder to show how silly some people can be Why did not the writer give the name ol the lady Why not the placef And thon having given the particulars give also the name of the writer Happoac we should publish the communication in full giving the name of the Professor and then the Professor if then be any such fellow should come how ling into our office ing he had nnt married and like fellows usually do who see something they do not like aliout them in a paper Id like to know your authority for the statement what could we say By the way we have decided to hit the next man aware in the forehead with a brick bat who conn up into oir office with the remark Id like to know your authority for such and such as f the authority had aaytbingto do with it The columns are open to aay eoatradictioa you may want to make Theres die Court house if you are damaged litre we are if you want any thing personally But to our main subject No sensible person can a k us to publish and item however small without knowing the source It is impossible to get things precisely correct when the gn tion is observed Do yoo think we can Do undertake to print nameless letters vmi not know that there are hundreds of scoundrels that would send in all sorts of villainous stun if we would only accept it Then dont do it Send your name not for publication but for protection Â¬ One Hanr rs Weekley March 4th who studies the life of Wesley finds much to surprise him He was an orator of the first rank judged by his jower over a multitude and yet he was scarcely five feet six inches tall while his weight was only ulsjut one hundred and twenty live pounds If those who heard him had supposed that impressive presence W sarily depends on great bulk they were quick y undeceived when Wesleys alert form waa before them and his piercing tend the Sunday school which meets at on every Sunday afternoon These children are gathered from the slums garrets and cellars of Cincinnati and many a waif on the wave of that great city has been rescued from ruin and taught the way of life by Thomas Lee and his faithful band of teachers who were volunteers from the different cinnhes of Cincinnati Covington and Rewpert Mr Lee was a Methodist preacher but hns been retained by the directors of this charitable institution because of his eminent fitnt tbe place His place will be hard to fill The life and work of John Wesley are thus portrayed by Ceorge T Packard in 3 oclock Â¬ UNCEiNIXi FARMERS Â¬ Wheat looks well Plant your potatoes onions and radish es at once Wm Arnold has bongbt of K C a jack colt for 5500 and oi Squiie Hugue ly a jack for 000 arched them through and through Men who came to hear that vagabond were astonished to find that he had the location England could give It might well be that Wesley had read his Odyssey on his way to that very town or beguiled t he journey with some other classic If they inquired further about that PERSONAL iW with M ini Wl We I - nderwiKKl liicrchants Kan- take - taken tha iversity has m and ilrpartmcn liure H Play lloukry A Madison utlity - Fe- - Miss Belle Bennett is in Florida Mr Mat Edwards ttoraey at law IVattyville is here attending court tarday connection was Hon C F Balaam is taking a little rner of Main and fiecoasd time from the Constitutional Convention the mains of the new to bo present in Circuit Court and whereby t Mr J C Real Agentat Kealtonoa the fn m the new works was turned on II N an his so i Perry visited his brother has Waller OB N Second nd prirati mains will now be street thU week Mr Sam Scott and family spent the t the Bed The past week at London visiting Mrs Scotts ible and everybody parents She will reiniin fur several the din The old was weeks at the old home i Ii 1 and Mo paptia who had not Main the new Her aa ex- - THIS COLUMN rma-ne-itl- y What a ga lorious time will the crap dosed The new ones are ten sin k iters wont have whet John Wagi rss times larger than the old ones workhouse gets its claws on em pencer Smith is opening ps In The Air The WiiK luster San is a little off in its hi ng just before sun- prediction that the K X I i 15 la going icd by Mr M iLimid KatMaaJ Benk street between Broadway and Walnut into the hands of a receiver it is going in ittyvile and that right Mom A the writer saw in the direction of Fifth Aunt Sasaa of the Harrodsburg Say vera buildings apparently ings remarks concerning the Democratic Dutch higher in Iowa In a tirtrerj aaacr Hands can lidates for Governor tliusly Clardy mi inert they disappeared bat shortly Mr II lalor has sold his grocery goodness I dont see how theys gwine tin Several ehaagi Main and I to make a Gainer oata Brown Clay curved witli varying distinct Mr it a vohni terved unless they Hardin - health Owensboro has a paper called the ne of vision The aap Mr oley was formerly with th Midnight Sun and as editor complains mply the shad unlawfully and with in mid air the that the cops sun beyond the smoke malice aforethought pulled him The cops were right When the sun ra from the observer but out of sight over Knowing that tiiere were no to bamming around at midnight it ought of the the hill buildi tried to ac to be pulled count for the phenomenon as the result il be is kept cow Brace Champ has grown decidedly reHas anybody ligious since he failed to steal Richtion only a qu monds public building and writ ylum ever v itnessed a hi liginus editorials ail the time His last r liisiiniital dktorb A lliil Stepper effort was thus ild Beat your own buri Mr John far as we have beard who lias had the dens This thing of unloading them on lira the lord wont do Iirucie youll find it of nerve to walk the gnat bridge over Marble Creek canyon a Government building a greater burden withdraw- Let us require bigli and the voung man than a Woleyaii Colli it tinur at tl like the Kin of France who with forty a scat in pieces or words to that effect Well that do ticks itbi th as to Madison marched np the hill and Hint o in then marched down again walked and the Convention The old Crow lle pardon the Eagle of Irvin liked back a lilieral patn We have le the word other a in should remain War at V away from this country if it talked with many citiens of this county t want to lie climbed Mr and the peo- - and of Madison as well aa representa lurs- r tin- - Worlds tive nun from several other mountain n William mighty tall to counties and have yet to find a man la r in who will vote for the adoption of the keep OUt Of reach ipted by the con wilting the above we mw coiistituii vention to date Mr Wiliiun H Smith Ir ge w hieh is Tin the Maysville t high Mr Gabbard you will Commonweal indicates in no uncertain way that the shooting stick of the Thin ir Hint and try it again Werl iitrj bridge try him oi Column is nt tin only mortal who the City wishes that all the bast hall fiends had Iireail Caart uWliat are the silver ircuit beenatJel iitini- ndge J U question the tariff question the great raging Hoods the regular weekly railMorton pn In tbe abaeai y the man Bntnatoa Hen W B road wreck on the Cincinnati Southern tltion The city will Itorner pro tens the Irish question the enforcement of work including Sn ith was the cloture rule by a married man when r the law the State Attorne by the County attorney he reaches home during the small hours 111Alt Loan luted in a dilapidated condition or what not Sullivan to be public aa bag aa this cruel base lore him the jurors ball war continues to make life a curse tie Vaoght in lb tb against i to every reader of the newspapers M rtin tried nt the September term and that Browning would sign whatever from rt priman Id t I that may mean then all of us might go a peri jury ears 1m to sleep and gi forth a b dis- It will jury instructiona of the court ith- RELIGIOUS and acquitted Martin The Martin jury Martin Green Bird The Baptists d Newport will begin the Deatherage W P Cobb TO Carry n of a new church abowt May 1st V B Killed Baxter Piotiacleed meeting in progress it the Wm Wells Caleb Mr High Str et Methodist church LexingW Crawford frni Mr Hai ton grand jtiry lized with The Methodists of Tilton Fleming foreman as fol- at Mr Arnolds with Mi county closed a meeting with sixteen J P Tribble additions ami S at W it Cunningham In Hungary a lottery has lxn aum one lUlllt W II West S Al dl thorize to raise eight million florins for nt but t ith of Yates A K the lrotestant church lliguelv that it as stated i Lewis Bard I N All the lrotestant churches of Maysdeath of a jack is u J C Lackey James Noland ville are engaged in protracted meetings WI and a large number have joined the Ufsl Ltjaalit of omen VMlh Mei he jaron for the week are J R several chuo M Oldl Ilev Am iin A deliver tothe Bar Ir J M Pendleton one of the Pbelpa h T Madison I ablest and most scholarly Baptist minisn of women Brooka Kinney J P Boas 8 R np to a ters in the South died at Dowling Croen tb of this Kinat7ei W C French 8 P Royoe I last week in tbe seventy ninth year of H Johnson Jm- Gentry S Harbar Dan haw is an ordained miii his age rd D tt Walker C W gospel ti Rev G W Dunlap is preaching to II C Chambers W II T t le National American W liiumstark B II Jennings 11 I Hoard fair audiences at tht Court house ition and a riealo nooKuat interest and ahility so it is Bobt Long J olm WhitliM k HavidKlack He is an earnest forcible speaker and Mirtin Gentry W L Aruold Isaac although he bandit the truths of the that our citizens will ld Bible in a manner scarcely orthodox Iiviu Chenault Jr yet his hearers are evidently impn t lu II rant Wait with the force of his wcnls Wme The Ci minu- ae has ceas- let adsaa and at a time The refusal of the Louisville Mil follows in your next issue rial Association to adm t Catholic Lish Ileuse Â¬ of ojis Jewish Rabbi and I nitarian clergy Ke m Â¬ -- i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i- uncouth preacher the great Ir John son conkl tell them that Wesley was such an engaging man that he Dr Join could talk all day and all night with him Wesley never demanded recogni- Â¬ tion as a philanthropist but he gave 150000 in charities he elaborate plans for the relief of the jxior he had a dis- oeenary at his chapel fur the sick and needy he gave sensible inedii al ad ice and with prescience in keeping with his f iresight in other matters he suggested remedies now approved as of electricity for a case whereto day it might properly lo prescribed The world saw W working among the ignorant - itinerant and illiterate met on equal terms and yet witnesses mi every hand could testify that his reading was so extensive as to make his criticisms of books as valuable aa they were appreciative and pungent and tl at his love for pictures revealed an artists taste Mobs were his only retinue in many a painful public appearance and yet to this man many of the stately homes of England had thrown wide ojmu their welcoming doors Writers ofbooka were in tht multitudes that heard him and as the mob jeered these authors might well have felt a brotherly sympa Â¬ thy for him as a man of letters whose books and tracts glowing with a purpose were found in countries on Ixith sides of the sea and whose translations of German hymns were to add wealth to the best collections The class of rich non workers aaw in him a laborer who at eighty three had studying hours from five in the morning to eight at night and then Stopped only for fear of hurting his Physicians left their work to listen eyes to him and he had for them a story to tell of no more pain and infirmity at eighty than at twenty live for the rea he gives them that he is still travelling four or five thousand miles a year and constantly preaching particularly in the morning at Ave oclock In the midst of tumult the people saw He was not bred as a sol his face calm dier bat through a long succession of mobs his was mure than a soldiers cour Ami so the wonder age and steadiness grows as even the moat unsympathetic eye looks over the life that nearly spann ed a century and the inscription on his tomb bears well the scrutiny he would have invoked for his epitaph This great light arose thy the singular provi dence of God to enlighten these nations Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Three mules and a quantity of provender harness wagons itc were burned in the stable of John B Thompson at HarCommunicated rodsburg Caldwell Miller an old servant of Dr Hon W B Smith of Richmond Ky Andrew Miller after being confined to his transferred on vesterdav to McAlister bed seven months died March 5th 1881 Bros of Woodford county Ky his farm at the advanced age of 75 years He had of 188 acres at 1125 VerwoH for many years bean employed in the For Sale Thirty live yearling mules cemetery with Mr Havid Powers and extra fat and smooth also some work waa greatly attached to the cemetery mules and cheap work mares His last request was that he lie buried in 88 40 J White A it with a number of others for whom he The Fredericksburg Va Free Lanes had prepared a last resting peace Cncle aa he was familiarly known will says that one pickling establishment in Cal that city paid to the trackers of Stafford be greatly missed by all who knew him M county last year the sum of 512527 for Peace to his ashes pickling vegetables Mrs Sallie Stuart died near Wades It is said the bioks show- Mill in Clark county Kentucky on that there are ffloOOQ more breeding ewet Monday March 11th 1881 aged 93 yearn She was the widow of Capt John i in Kentucky this year than last II 000 more Iambs are put On the Cincinnati Stuart who commanded two of the eleven companies that went from Clark county market this year than last vear it into tbe war of 1812 He was a brother eaaaa a glut in tbe markr B C Bogga has sold to Mr J W of James Stuart who was at Tippecanoe Mr tbe Kiver Raisin and other important Brock man of Centralia Mo a j Bourbon Chief Jack for 1000 He is an battles and was the grandfather of Mrs Mrs Stuart was the excellent animal in every way and the French Trpton la t survivor in Clark county of the wid Cent ralians should be proud of him Mr ows of the veterans of 1812 drawing a - is getting to he a Uiss jack man pension except Mrs James Chism She The wet weather has interfered not on Â¬ was a member of old Mt Carmel T aptist ly with plowing in this section but has in which the late Thomas P retarded the preparations and horning of church Dudley preached for 50 years We learn that the low prices now prevailing may decrease the Ibsulutions of Kespert acreage for tobacco in this locality At a meeting of the directors of the Richmond National Bank held at its Farmers complain of severe Kentucky banking house in Richmond among their brood mares losing their on Marcli i6th 1S91 on motion of JE foals and cannot account tor it unless it Greenleaf Cashier of this bank T S be from ergot consumed in their hay and Burnam C L Searcy 1 M Bright snd other feed Some have lost as high rs J W Caperton Directors of said bank fourteen while others have lost from were appointed a connmittee to draft and three to six The loss will aggregate over report to the bjnk suitable resolutions as 10 in the county Carfiat to the death otCoI William M Irvine Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 1891 at her brother Jcepi March Boggs in Madison county iu tbe 83rd year of her age She was the daughter of Joseph Boggs deceased an old citixen of Madison county and went with her husband to Iowa more than 50 years ago and lived in the West till last fall w hen she returned to her old home to die She was buried in what is known as the Boggs graveyard about one mile and a half from town on last Thursday Littles Barker Shp Hrwavea George T Little has removed hit barber shop down street to the house formerly occupied by Sanders cigar tore secHe ond door from Heraduns corner invite his old patrons and the public genpromptly erally to call Cutomers Everything clean and first waited upon 12 class and the best of work done ANNOUNCEMENTS roa ciacciT court Â¬ clrrk A PUBLIC ITT Pa- Â¬ Â¬ To the people of Madison County I hereby snimnnct myself s candidate for men of Clerk of Hie Mwltnon Circuit loan subject 10 the action of the Democrat- - The famous Daughters College located at Harrodsburg will likely have to be sold for debt so we learn from our ex- Â¬ will prevent me from mxklug as thorough a changes canvas a I Whlle It I true I have served In that ofllce as Clerk and deputy for the paMHev erul year this haa but lie better qua me to discharge the Important and exacltoa iliuieH of the office As to how I have at tended to my duties I refer to tbe Him Judges members of the bar llttgmU Jurors of our courts I cite and oilier attendant you to my previous uiiDounceiiient In the pHiers and respectfully ask iny fellowelti xeus support aa the dntle of my office ml Combination of per Hangings EYERY Decorator lias Â¬ experi Â¬ Good front and back rooms on Main street suitable for young men Cheap Apply at Climax office 33- - Flavins Peel a Jessamine county mail carrier has been arrests for robbing the mails Kvoam for Moat gratefully W H MILLER S H THORPE JR Is a candidate for t lie Mmiison Clerk t Clri ult Court mi 3Sr lo the utiin of the Democratic parly H i POVEIl of speedwell Is a camli dnie for Circuit Court Clerk of Madison county irojcci 10 the action of tlie tcmo- - iieo crattc - kat Four nice rooms for rent in McKee NEW ADVERTISEMENTS building over W A Powells clothing house corner Main and First streets Suitable for offices or bed rooms Apply Remaining unclaimed in the Post Otfice at Richmond Ky for the week ending MRS E BCRGIN to 31- March 17th i8i The Post of Cincinnati says there are Aken C S col Lancv Lula 4000 children absent from the public Raxte Bertie Mrs Lee Henry R inford Charley H Manll V schools in that city on account of dipthe Barnelt Lou Mrs Miller M ria Montgonv rv Lucy Clark L I Mrs Parsons Martha W P Baxter painter and paper hang Fisher J C MUs ti er does lbs best work See aba an J get Gi veils Luandy MissPond W Mary llan Jane aaa good job Dan MnsWingo E C Under the Australian ballot system Kirby Letie M Yund Annie li several cities in Vermont heretofore Re Kindred Debby Pcst Ofice hours from 6 a m to 7 p m have elected Democratic Maypublican Money order and registered ktter hours ors prompt 7 a in to f p m LIST OF LETTERS - Â¬ Kindergarten Miss Florence Hood will receive pupils Kindergarten basement of t hrot an Church on and after Mon lav January She has ju t completed a spec5th 1800 ial course in a Cincinnati training school in I B WILLIS pm Dissolution Uotice The coal firm of C this difficulty in using Wall Papers that while he may find the paper that exactly suits his purpose he is compelled to use for a border or for the ceiling something that is not exactly what he wants but is the neai The ceilin he can procure the best field you have in a room It is for decorative treatment not broken but plain and re- Â¬ To meet this quires ornament want I have for the present son had made to my order by the largest factory in the east a special line in sets of special colorings and di a whole for decorating an entire side walls ceiling and room Your careful in border Yours Truly invited GEO MW1LLGING 909 Weal Main Street The big saw mil cost SioOjOOO is in signee Donelson has kies Surries and and most popular reasonable figures Co S doing busmc s at the corner of Main and Kv composed at Clav City which It street- - in B Wells and V B Carr has this the hands 01 an as- ofCT day dissolved by mutual consent F B All accounts must be Carr withdrawing C T WELLS setted at once a quantity ol new SulF HCARR March 13th 1S9I Luggies of the newest 4 43 pattern and at i erv Â¬ Â¬ 5- T Wells Emperor Wilkes - Suavely Secretary of the Scott Tobacco Association announces that the regular Tobacco Fair of the eiation will be held at Georgetown on tiie first Saturday of December next when arrangements will be made to have a general sample exhibit of tobacco at the Columbian Exhibition to lie be held in Chicago in 1883 Sugar for April delivery is now priced at tic This reduction to the people is the tub the McKinley bill threw to the whale in the storm It is only the fore runner of further reductions near at hand Sugar am reciprocity are only the initial movement to tarilf for revenue M Â¬ Frank only The inevitable w ill happen TVaoVt Journal Good 1200 pounds corn fed cattle are selling at cents per pound for May delivery in Fayette county and 800 slop fed were sold at same for June delivery II C Current of Ruddles Mills precinct sold alsmt 5000 pounds of last years crop of tobacco in Cincinnati this Week at a fraction over 18 cents per pound It was an extra fine crop Peril The sale of Law son Bros this vicinity deferred until Wednesday on account of rain was fairly will attended and prices prevailed Gapt Kerby reports to theKecord that horses sold from 75 to 8100 per head com 301 per barrel in crib SO sheep at cLo per head and S at 10 per bead per loo lbs hemp seed SJK per bushel other property sold well Laacaatrr Retard The Dr Geo W McLeod farm of 453 acres in Woodford county was sold pub licly by order of the Court and purchased times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1 Â¬ - 1 Â¬ - - i i I Â¬ by Van B Nelson of Louisville at cr acre The farm is considered the finest in Woodford county and has a new residence ami stable on it that NEWS PARAGRAPHS 000 The price paid is regarded as very low Mr Nelson will move to the farm The track laying on the line of the L iV X raiload between Middlesborough and and conduct a stock farm Tut Work commenced on the excava Big stoic hip - progressing finely The road haa ln en finished 3000 yards beyond tions for the foundation oi K N Offutt rain elevator The building will the bridge over Powells river and it i aow thought that the road will be finished be under the supervision of a man from to Big Stone in about thirty days Trade the Chase Elevator Company of Chi and it will require three months to com plete it The elevator will be eighty feet A lot 99x90 feet corner 4th and Home Cincinnati was bought by the Methodist in height six stories and will require 0 feet of lamber The capacity will book concern Tuesday for SNtO0 The be 7SJW0 bushels and it will turn l5K lot was originally 100x200 and sold in 177forS4 la 1801 it brought 180 in bushels every hour The estimated cost is betwee 10000 and 11000 The engine 1804 1300 and in 1882 11000 and sub divide it now bring fLKJ per front foot ami boiler have been shipped til ir i 7 Jimriml riole in a letter from Baltimore in The Washington correspondent of the New York Herald under date of last a recent issue of the Milwaukee Miller Monday Four motions were speaks of the fact that about ten flour writes made n the United States Supreme Court mills in and near here have gone out of to day to advance cases intended to test business in tbe past ten or fifteen years the va idity and constitutionality of the He might have added that the l ma Administrative and McKinley is they were small and old style mills and situated from one to five miles from Tarilf laws railroad tracks and also that Baltimore new colored agricultural and meThe chanical college in North Carolina will be with her fewer and improved mills is making twice as much flower to day as located IS Iouisburg which town oilers she did when the lamented ten mills were in cash lands stated to be worth in operation The Milwaukee Miller ii and the necessary buildings for should copy this if college is to at the co lege Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ former Vice President of the bank W J McMininey a well known jewel The committee submitted the following er of Harrodabarg died last freak report which was ordered to be spread at Ik yoa want to buy a Sulky Surrey large on the records and that a copy there- Â¬ Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for of be fill Ilia lad his wife and published in he has the latest best and cheapest each of the two newspapers in the city Col Irvine was for a long time connect- Â¬ James A Arnold is under arrest for ed officially with the First National Bank barn burning near t iwinsville as Vice Irtsidinf and at his death Vice CLOSING OUT OF SHOES National PrrsiJent of the Richmond Bank lie was always courteous and I am closing oat my made a fine official in bolh banks attend ing honestly and strictly to his official du stock of boots and shoes Got tie personally very popular and friendly to be sold in 60 days to all His death was a serious loss to the B KELLY worth is greatly deplored whole community and J W Caperton 37 4 T S BlRNAM The widow of the late Cyrus Doty died D M Bright in Uarrard eountv last week C L Ssarcv SITE FOR PROPOSED PIBL1C BULDPost master J H Wooluuis of Midway lNti WANTED who ran away last week leaving his account short with Dade Sam has lieen U S Treasury DepartmrntJ Washington D C March 5 ini raptured in Indianasdh but says he has KKntall the money Sealed Proposals will be received to be opened at 2 oclock p m April 7 1891 Here for the sale to the United Queer people Qiieer world States of suitaare men and women by thousands suffer ble property centrally and oonvenicntly ieg from all sorts of diseases bearing all manners of pain spending their all on located for a site for the public building getting no better but authorized by Act of Congress Approvphysicians and tather worse when right at hand theres ed February 24th and March 3rd iSoi a remedy which says it can help them became its hened thousands like them to be erected in Richmond Ky A coradvertise- ner lot approximating 130 feet front hy Another patent medicine Yes but not of the 130 feet in dimensijns is prefened pou sav ment If The medicine is Dr not a corner lot the property must apordinary sort Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and its different from the ordinary nostrums proximate 160 feet by 130 feet in dimen sio is the 160 feet to be street fiontage in this It drw s what it claims to do or it csts Each proposal must he made yyith the un you nothing agreement that if it is I he way U this You pay your drug- Â¬ derstanding and for a bottle You read the di- accepted the building and all improvegist Jioo You get ments on the property are to be retained ns and you follow then better or ou dont If you do you buv and removed within 30 days after written another Ixtte and pet haps another If notice by the vendor and that all ex Â¬ you dont get better vou get your money And the queer thing is that so penses connected with furnishing eviback many people are willing to be sick when dence of title and deeds of conveyance the remedys so near at hand Each are to be paved by the vendor proposal must be accompanied by a propThe Jellieo Deattyville and Ashland erly drawn diagiam giving the metes railroad company waa organized at Iar of the property and showing from and bounds bounille The road is to be built the streets around the block in which the Jellieo by way of IJorbourville and Manalso by a written property is situated chester to IVattyville theme to Ashland statement in regard to the grades charrdrmvuiiil Stork Kami acter of ground tor foundation etc The Gentry writes I am glad right to reject any and all proposals is reMr W II of the opportunity to speak in praise of served Have your wonderful Quinns Ointment Each proposal must be sealed marked recommended to several friends who are Proposal for the sale of property for a results as I am nleaeH with the y L r rii- -uuIur rwvmiuiu S For Curhs Splints Spavins Tuns and all remedy and addressed and mailed to Kentucky bunches use this standard 5Â¬ MEAT and FLOUR FARMERS having Wheat should not fail to visit us now We have a Sixty Barrel Full Roller Mill in oeration and are turning out Flour By-- lint Ci is ldii Will make a limited season at Grounds St in at 227li a 50 to Insure Mare in Foal entire 4000 Potts Met any other Mill in this countrr chants should patronize home You will find when they can do as well our flour at all first class groceries for Dnersons i Gold Dnst 560 TO INSTOE A LT772T5 C0L7 If you want ll brino Patchen S and pure in orc in no other - Or PURITAN it cant be heat We want your Custom grinding daily wheat and corn at market p Yours r s cttullv POTTS 4 D0ERS0N - Â¬ ANTEH II CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Â¬ i1 hands hih pur horse The onlv or soid went to M setts at Si Sired bv William L great Giv dam f 105000 jnd dam T Ir of Davy trocke EMPEROR WILI Il 1 gj Ma res L escapes and lie O all co 11 v PETITION STATE OF KENT CIRC LIT IKY C M Henry Traynor Li an R Traynor Â¬ This day canu in the I petitioner convey propei tv she may o trom the claim Henry Tni sue and be trade in her own nan her property by a fenu Ordered Tim Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that poiithdy cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar arteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded FOR SALK BY ct as prior to the firs Marcli Tern W A Copy I II MILLER L M Chenault Atty W II MILL lor Pi 1 Do I The remain note--Juiir- mil Shaw University until the buildings at Lnuisburg are ready for occupancy A Â¬ Â¬ 1 a Â¬ From many years experience I be- Â¬ lieve taking one year with another A number of Kentucky people who poultry keeping under proper condi- Â¬ bought town lots at lliiiiaaaii Tenn at tions will pay better than any other fancy prices are expected to put up more Industry connected with farming con- Â¬ money or lose what they have already sidering the amount of capital invested If any one tell i you he can make a pat in and the prospect is not sufficient profit of 84 or 85 per year on every hen ly encouraging to justify further risk or more on every you may make Kentucky people are slow to learn some up your mind thatduckhaa a secret which he things but the fact is gradually taking the ordinary farmer does not possess ion of them that it is not necessary My accounts show that when grain is to send their money from home in oruer worth sixty cents per bushel poultry to make profitable investments Home can be grown for seven or eight cents investments are sometimes slow but per pound an egrs for ton cents per dozen This wli ifive from S150 to anally they are certain Oeonj 2 profit oa eroh fowl if ono manages Ically thivTdiy and In this ciileubCou I reckon the manure as a HOUSE NOTES r tbe laor American somf Â¬ 1 n fact the work and Feb Hog Houses Ii Ie ongh within tlie next few i mr - arth pages - gajss of Georgetown Oarrick McMillan DIED sold their saddle stallion to Ben Johnson 1750 Stephen Pigj died at Korea on SaturMr II C Traynor is standing his su day March 7th lSll aged probably 40 perb horse Pennsylvania by Washingyears Buried with Masonic honors in by Haiubletoni- in Madal Berea ceuietry an 10 2nd dam Nancy Whitman dam oi Oldham stepson of X B Terrill l ill He is 10 hands or 117 bay without any white and an excellent died in Itiehmond Ky Friday March 13th 1801 of typhoid fever Hilar men to mem years His sister died just a week before in r March 17th at CORRESPONDENCE Miss Xannie Riiwl bitter feeling Eaton of the Imned in iiireh favored the admi metery at Berea on Sunday Marcli LI1K- a daughter of the ministers of tin ully Fanners behind tine with work late John BawHaga Four of the family Sout Transylvania Presbytery J N Broadus has hired a new clerk father mother und two daughters have will meet at Faint Lick Cnureh this Mr Robert Whitlock died within the past six or seven years i April county on There W H Hill bad a chicken hatched with F Moris Lutes 14 inonths old son of rtion quite fine body of Pn M Lutes at Kirksville died ol tonsilitis county and they will delight to three feet and legs all well formed on Saturday March 7th ISil and ality that Turn buried at old Paint Liek chureh in characterizes them to the delegates and rard county Ihe parents are profoundly y Pat- - their friends and neigdcrs who will be Whether on pleasure bent or busi f this honora- - should take on every trip a bottle ol thankful to numerous friends for kind at ted by tin w hen the their of Figs as it acts most pleasantly and effectually on the kidneys liver snd bo church Ltmcatt lirinstead died suddenly and tin levers headaches and other forms oi sickness For sale in ioc and 00 Iiottles by all leading drug He yva three-year-old Â¬ Â¬ Dnrrelt Louisville lotweeo Ware Houv Sales on our market for the week just Tbe Household closed amount to 3354 hhds with receipts Housefor the same period ol 1753 hhds Sales For twenty two years the hold was published at Brattleboro Ver- Â¬ on our market since January tst amount Sale of the crop of 1890 to 36513 hhds mont but having reached a subscription on ourmarket to date j2804 hhds list of 80000 has removed to Boston Prices lor good to fine burlevs also the Practical women contribute practical common grades where they have high articles to the Kitchen Dining Room and coor have been as strong for the past week as at any time during the season Sewing Room Medium and common grades have been The Easter Number of The Houseirregular but have in the main brought You can obtain better prices than the week previous hold is now ready copies at the News Stands or send ten The following quotations lairly reprecents to The Household Company 50 sent our market for burley tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 100 Broomfield St Boston to 300 Tbe Easter March issue contains the Colory Trash 3 00 to 700 offer of three costly presents to the three Common Lugs not colory 3 50 tc 5 50 Colory Lugs 5 00 to 10 00 subscribers who obtain the largest lists of Common Leaf I7 00 to 10 00 subscribers to The Household between Medium to Good Leaf 000 to 1600 March 1st ind August 1st The first presGood to Fine Fillers 16 00 to ooo secent is a 700 Horse and Carriage the Select Wrappery Tobacco jo to I2750 ond and upright Miller Piano and the third a Columbia Bicycle LIVE STOCK HABZET EEPOST Every bride in the country of six By GREENE a EMBUY months or less can have The Household Ll eHtock CommlKslon Merchant hi Clncln nail Union stock Yanlsand Covington for one rear by sending ten two cent Slock Yards stamps and a printed notice of her marriage enclosed in the letter addressed to SHIPPING CATTLE The Household Company Cincinnati Ohio Men 16 iSqi The total assessed value of Fayette Good to Extra i 5 Fair to Goo I 4 503 county and the city of Lexington is 524 Common and Rough 3 50 4 00 rU475 The assessment as made by the Good to Extra Oxen 4 40 assessors was increased by the supervis- Â¬ Fair to Good Oxen 3 75 Common and Rough 2 oo3 ors 485010 Trivia Journal Â¬ Â¬ in Cleveland Chieajro ladtaaapoDa and Toledo have been united into the National Malleable Castings Co ineorporated in Ohio with a capitalization of 1000000 and with headquarters in Cleveland Imiortint foundry interet Ls Chakies Foster Secretary of tha Treasury 39 42 Brooks Â¬ Washington DC Â¬ Louisville By Ulover a Tobacco Market HH THE NEW GROCERY FIRM -- k Middelton FOR SALE Stallion Aged Mule and Nice Three-Year-Old Mare nmark mi STALLX02T ber im on A I ton a lv - with old -- STAPLE AND FANCY The HTUXE a a dsrk brown mare or S tears mule 15 ha by The WATtr is three hmore he Strathbacl by Spauldings Abdalla 2nd Hitoga 3rd Imp Glenco dam by Trojan Jr he by Old Trojan Groceries Quenswr lsswrsWooswrs LARGE ASSORTMENT OF aTFor - particulars JC apply to CHENAULT At County Judges CANNED GOODS Now is the time of year for you to purchase Notice 0 FIELD SEEDS Clover Timothy and all other Field Seeds at lowest cash prices n Bj AE Country Produce and restauran of S Dinelli V Dinelli of Winches chigliani of Richmond doing busii the corner of Irvine aad in Richmond mutual consent S Dmem withdrav All accounts due the firm should I and all accounts to Joe Giunchigliani against the firm should be presented to him for payment March 5th 1S91 S DINELLI JOE GIUNCHIGLIANL 39 42 Tlie confectionery in ae T T3 Coke For Sale An excellent quality of coke for sale a Price tbe new gas works M N DRIGGARS Supt Richmond Water and Light Co 40- - BUTCHER Good to Extra extra CATTLE 4 3 At the Highest Market Price To liftc lr hie million and n half men work in the Of these Kmj t coal mines of the world land has 535000 United States 300000 s 000 Belgium 100000 Oermany Fiance 60000 Austria 100000 Russia 44000 The worlds miners of metal r air to Oood rat Steers Fir to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen 4 6owt 4 3j 4 2 1 Miors mi Ikons Â¬ COME and SEE US HIQQINS 3J 33 4 oo3 5i oo 853 60d 00a oo 3x HERNDON BULLS Best Shipping Best Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Good Extra Steers f Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers 4 oo 1 2 2 1 H THE 75 1 COIim JHIIU aJUHTUCST I have for sale two well equipped DerAlso 15 ricks no better in the county crowbars 9 shovels 104 steel wedges for stone 26 stone picks 10 hammer drills 3 wire guye 60 feet lone 12 chisels and every thing else pertaining to a stone quarry Call en or address W L FARLEY Riciitnoii 34- - number 4000000 Trail Juurnal 1 1 k The Win Murphy m pany n in the caite is why atiiitial church and Sunday- - railr shot i or a burvktr ihopo theCincir at Ludlow king him He was en with 1 Tbe Weekly Conrier Journal COWS AND CALVES Has the largest circulation of any DemoBeit Grades All kinds of Coal and Lumber at the 42 oawh i 00 - ates Fair to Good Liberal natron ay 20 ot1g- - O OO cratic Newspaper ii the lowest market price Common 10 ootid 00 and proposes to double or treble itsaireadv of the public respect t Veal Calves targe circulation street be yards are located on J Sonic paper Fair to Good 3 U 7 S7 Clvinff Aw ay Eacb and tween that street and the Hi C Railroad anted Common and Heavy oo 4 50 nUYT 30- Erery Day re a hithiT he splendid Hign Arm Sewing Mtiun rr a HOGS arch of health He is much Select Butchers iJold Watch Handsome Absolutely 05 MILE COLTS FOE ekly Cou 7rM Fu improved Fair to Good Packers 90 Sample copy free rier Journal Send Good to Extra Lights for one Hardens Plowed Light figs 3 Address W N HALDKM AN hare too mole colts for sa Thorough sonahlv SPRING LAMBS Preat C e prices til of Extra- C T Wills 7 00 Millinery Openitig Mrs M F Stone will have an opening on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday March 3rd 24th 25th before Easter She says the sty les are prettier than lor several years but invites all the ladies to see for th 30 40 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 4 3 2 jjg LOTJISVXLLB 90 lil c222 dc 4 25 4 OO 3 00 25 3 oog Subscription Rates Daily and Sunday 1000 a year Daily without Sunday 8 00 a vear Sunday 200 a year Weekly 00 a year 1 X X 3XASZS Propr fW Si 39-4- FxJeJ Pi fcr I 3T KENTUCKY OLIVER PLOWS warm words of thanks from Mr Carroll that I drove into the stable on my re-Â¬ If a cat should chance Into a strange garret turn to Hyde Park My wife was with They saj it feels awkward and quite out of me she said that she wanted to hear place what Mr Carroll had to say So the new boy in school oft make hi debut But Mr Carroll was not at home With sensations the same as In Grimalkins cace Thats too bad said my wife and I Around him he sees an expanse ol strange agreed with her But I told the hostler to unharness the new horse and to put Sizing hm up with an e yc searchlng quiz him into a stall and he set at work to And knows that hes being slowly dissected All the way from his feet clear up to his do it phiz Good looking hoss he said as he Just three seats away there sits the school unhooked the trac bully Tea said I and he is just as good With a semul bullet head and a jaunty snub as he looks nose Did you get some spectacles to go His mocUnu prin says Til see jou at rewith him the hostler asked a moment forced fight and a velley of later looking at me with a leer Whii blov I knew at once that Deacon Smiths i back a lock of def ance horse was blind and I was tremendous- bullys insolent leer tarthaa bataal knows it wont do far a mo THE NEW BOY IN SCHOOL I i STATE NEW Miss fear In the schro ho cams from perhaps he was In studies in sports or in humbled it are To let the chap think ment hes acquainted with I ne the chances are certain boy eaatsteMeBS trials will bestt the new A I Dont pty hi n reader year hence Ill uft i Th i by no moans y is now always the in THi b IIOBSE 8 Wit Tha Faintest cf smiles the Old Boy TAIL CAME OFF WITH IT i P C Fossett in Golden Days i tled ly the knowledge But I didnt propose to let the hostler bother TAUGHT BY A YANKEE SHACKELFORD -- Fori s-A-I- e iby DEALERS IN ALL KlNi BanlwarB Tinware BLACKSMITHS Wocflenware AND WAGON MAKERS GENTRY House Mslg OF- - A Now York llan3 Experience as a Horsa Trader Goods TOOLS AND KATERIAL Roofing and Guttering MOM Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds KY Mnn W A POWELL FARLEY THE ONLY CORNER HOUSE CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND COR- Â¬ NER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS EVERYTHING IN THE KEEPS One of 1 lie oldest houses in of Kentucky WROUGHT smiths UIMS keeps IKON variety for black LINE OF WHEELS and STOKES supplies fur CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING n makers Best rruk Fine FARMING IMPLEMENTS Underware Hats Gloves Valises Umbrellas Call And See My Goods t GUNS ami AMMUNITION FIELD SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE and heat STAPLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT NEW YORKER who spent a portion the summer in Vermont says that he s imethin up there which he iders worth a great deal of money He eortainly tells an entertaining about the mat it was up at Hyde Park he that we put in our vaca tion and we wire deiightfuly situated in a great boose upon the top of a big hilL From our windows we could see no end of beautiful country and of we wanted to ride over it all We hired our horses of the village liveryman and sometimes we had good ones and sometimes we pot stuek One day we were given the worst horse that I ever drove lie was all right as far as looks wen concerned but he Int go worth a cent I chirruped burst I him Vou think it a joke do you you at hinbut he kept on ur mile gait absolutely miserable villain I shouted in a rage to pull a fa of I uraff m3 thing that I did lie laughed re the old fellow but he was II at bat bag made up braver than Ethan Allen and wouldnt the worst quiver nor twist an ear nor make any my mind life when hingheeverh nt indicative of alarm other when I shot off both bnrrels of my suddenly my wife dropped to the floor with a dull sick- pnn rirlt over his back I understand upelled to now I s id f my wife why this horse her is cs my wife ex Â¬ Well we jogged along until we came to a fork a recovered claim Which way L et the horse aore than I knew rtiiy with my wife her take his own coiv case later I Ive often heard that hordes know Til v here to take ft the sta- hen the people hissed at the host 1 entirely lost upon ray wif r follow- Â¬ nt once ing i Any I you think Not se haint much I Â¬ learned - I answered back bravely enough He travels Oh well thats nothingjust as well as he ever did Of course said the hostler seeing that I was on my dignity I dont know but what Id just as lief have a blind horse as any other kind Ive some- Â¬ times thought there wasnt any sense in putting eyes into horses anyway Why Alfred said my wife you dont mean to say that that horse is blind Certainly he is my dear Didnt Why you you know it I answered couldnt buy that horse for one thou- Â¬ sand dollars if he had two good eyes my wife Thr Meanwhile the hostler had gone on unbuckling the straps He had taken off th and the breastplate up on a hook Then he and gave a strong came to pull at the saddle The saddle came off but the crupper stuck fast So the r pull but still the host crupper kept its place Then the host- Â¬ ler got anry and exerted all of his strength You could have hung an ulster on each one of my eyes when I saw that crupper cocao off and the horses tail with it Toa brute I exclaimed rushing up to the hostler you deserve to be shot for such cruelty The hostcr leaned hack against a post and laughed as though he would Â¬ 1 1 Witty were married in a buggy in front of a livery stable at Hopkinsville the other evening The lady was visiting relatives Appleton took her buggy riding proposed and obtaining a license they were married Johx Williams of Hopkinsville a brakeman on the Louisville and Nash- Â¬ ville railroad feU from the top of a moving freight train at Guthrie and had both legs broken below the knees The shattered bones protruded through the flesh One leg will have to be amputated Mu SmsiiNi Lvsbek a wealthy and prominent brewer of Frankfort drop- Â¬ ped dead of apoplexy the other after- Â¬ noon He was at one time a council- Â¬ man and was very popular BosTS years since some of the ladies of Frankfort frrmed an organization for the purpose of erecting a monument over the graves of the confederate dead in the cemetery there Mrs K M Ald ridge was elected president and the fol- Â¬ Mrs lowing ladies vice presidents irant Green Mrs W T Dudley Mrs W L Jett Mrs E L Samuel Mrs Ben DuvaU Mrs J Stoddard Johnston Mrs lie Kidman Mrs Trimble and Miss Laura raddoek A certain sum of money has been raised but not suff- Â¬ icient to pay for the monument which ceiLoniered and is now being con structed in Italy at a cost of SoOOu t WaTKISS postmaster at Owens boro has resigned to accept a position as teller in a bank Wm 11m ITfll was convicted of the murder of Marshal John T Hubbard In 1887 John Ilinkle Lawson Goodin and Beefcetth while drunk had a quar- Â¬ rel with the marshal and a fusillade followed in which Hubbard emptied his pistol The three assailants then ran upon him beat him down and shot him through the heart A Wm T tvNniFF of Texas ob-Â¬ tained a judgment in the federal court at Louisville a few days ago for 10000 damages 1 hre e years ago tundiff lived near Columbia this state and for some reason was unpopular One night twenty of his neighbors came to his house to carry out a threat pre- Â¬ He met viously made to flcg him them with a shotgun and killed Tarlton liradshaw one of their number Soon after he moved to Texas In IBM he was brought hack upon an indictment for the murder of lradshaw but was acquitted His trial cost him heavilyand he at once In gaii suit to recover His judgment is aginst well-to-dcitizens near Columbia 1ktkk Ivif an ex legislator of Graves county died at Iaducah the other night at the home of his sister He was 54 years old Several years ago he received a fall and death resulted from the effects and dropsy combined He lived at Symsonia and went to Pa ducah for medical treatment He was a prominent citizen of Graves county and until lately operated flour and woolen mills The assessors tax books for Wood- Â¬ ford county for the year 1801 have just been delivered to the auditor at Frank- Â¬ fort An examination of the books shows that Woodford has 117998 acres of land and 861 town lots assessed at 6043550 and a total assessed value of real and personal property of 8528536 The number of legal voters in the coun- Â¬ ty is 2672 There are 152 individuals in the county who pay taxes on property exceeding in value 12000 The largest tax payer is A J Alexander who pavs 44S8 Frank B Harpe of Nan- tura farm pays on 134750 Woodford raised last year 2974600 pounds of to- bacco 1813100 pounds of hemp 427415 bushels of corn and 314815 bushels of o Â¬ Robebt Applkton and Kate THE ARIZONA KICKER Kicks Worthy of m Wmtara Editor HE deadlock in A D RUFFiinWGEMHtf- W CTodd Bid Sla S night by the ab s e n c e of Col Taylor The colonel couldnt help being ao sent Some of the boys had him out in the suburbs under a tree with a rope around his neck It was either hang or break the combination and the colonel decided to help break it We want to say right here and now that if there is any more fussing in the council we will move to impeach the whole gang and if we cant get em impeached well head a body of out- Â¬ raged citizens and clean em out to a man They were elected to do public business and the public is in no humor to put up with their personal quarrels Col Taylor exhibited wisdom in eom- - the common council was broken last BBBBBBaBBBBSTBWy Z BJW SBMTVS1 JfaAA -- iLv EHsHr c8nLBHB0sfleBEflHrj eSST IAus I Eft HI Main St below First Staple aisFaicyEr Qneensware Glassware t WATCHM1KERJEWELER DEALER IN Tinware Hardware Woodenware Hllver and A c c Watches Clocks Jewelry tc Plalwl wsrp Special attention given to CANNED GOODS Tobacco and Cigars We COUNTRY highest mai in PETTING DIAMONDS SloN r AND OTHER PKKCMHS REPAIRING Promptly done and in a workmanlike PRODJ manner Cash Paid fcr Old Gold and your I Silver en Feathers buy your Or - 9aS Dont lorcet the place next door lo Hie Post office Kiel inoml Ky WCTODDEEO THE COLOXEL NT 4f w j1 A tm 30- - J- fQL i COULDNT HELP BEING IB-- ing down off his high horse and we trust the lesson he received will not soon be forgotten TBe mayor A Word to tiie Mator of this town hasnt the decency of a He wolf nor the dignity of a monkey has been drunk at least three times s week for the last month and he would ss soon pull hair with a half breed as to argue with a gentleman Weve got tired of his capers and we now give him due notice that unless he comes to a well give him dead sway and rid the community of his An individual about his size presence is wanted in one of the eastern states for cow stealing and while we dont want to be pizen mean we owe a duty to this community We have got our eye on the mayor right-about-fa- jpy flON QQrr GORMLEY num PIW Ml all kmM Bi 200 TOR UOIES i Bissr 2nn 175 II - I75 0YS t J- mm -- K LI1 rBSBBSBassssssssSKsb w SEs n FINEST LINE OF gg W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE afamntvl nnliul W SSSd LDOl tanI an iddHM tJLAs Breckleu Muse Sold by 111 hnttOtTJL Gentlemen tls for etc are warLadles other upecial- - Saddlery AND Comb out Jim While Jim Kaniff wss not elected mayor of this place on Â¬ JACK FREEMAN thiug I jtbunch of - costs vim nothing to look through ake and ven one ret a X Y niv choice stock and I am sure vou will be pleased W L PARLEY r to IMPOVED One for WhU u It FARM GATE CSalB W A POWELL IflL DAOQTJAnrTrD MUCH VALUABLE Originator Woutlrrful Tl John MB itha a farm gate which and have id my in many AA frt CAHH lAUtS Its can main well differs from otl i WITH TUT GEOGRAPHY OF THTJCOUNTEY vVILL OBTiU- IHFCRMATIOir FHOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF NEW EUGGIES NEW PHETCNS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SDRRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles are nil new and of tlie and will and swfaa ground There It only ii lving hung A lack piece is reasouable twatts If you nil Uie avaMI a vehicle 0 ut- uiii xee me Slid you aroul u liuiiie without one i uii Tliey are fu Hot antling three inches square tiii ami 1 JOHN DONELSON -- iiiiiiiiiiiF al ASKED This lie the put as own- - high mo jdit start- - high as it will youve got The ibout Cor placed as try to raise the T JC THE CHICAGO SOCK ISLIKD FAGSFIG RAILWAY cvnzs Well the 1 ZB all J travel or wont is him He I dont Know which it cant through the hi in cut No li one bolt passes with the front IB be seen the parts of the iron which 1 ile of Dont y hoss - wast to trade for a good le man Including main lines tranches and extensions East and ho Missouri River To all points Bast North and Northwest on City to Rock Island Ievenport Des Moines Chicago ejid LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthineton Sious town Mmueapo e St Paul and intervening the short direct route In connection with line3 from St Loiia Ciicinnti grm Louieville Nasbville imd Eastern and Southern pon at Kanwap City it aloo constitutes i LITHOSI1SK Disss lie of t Dr J THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER It travel sos vast area of tho icbest farming and grazing popular and economic u and fr m all oivri3 and sections in orado an Kart sad aid well H ad Pall Palace 8eaepsna Cars to anc ir chlta and Hutchln Yp v T LEE ou iioaes 91 V uu Cincinnati oodbarn Av REMOVAL I HAVE MOVED MY MACNIFICENT Leading all cor by steam from i 1 VE riDULE EXPRESS TRAIKC Blacksmith Shop to my new building on Third Slreet where I hi doinu the of work more rapiiify than ever le- ed to fee al my old p- HKi SLSWKeinoniher I have moved to Third I would in a minute but this old fellow doesnt belong to me He be longs to a man over at Ujde Park I replied Do you know said the man as-6urniar n con Jentlal kir Id liko to gist that hoss of yours fust rate Ive git the perfect image of him up to my and I want to mate him the wust kind Ill tell you what Ill do with yer Xow heres a hoss that is Morth an even hundred doUars moren yourn But if you wsnt to give me liars to boot you can my hoss off wita you and Til drive yourn off with me liut this horse doesnt belong to me I tell you I said somewhat angrily it belongs to Mr Carroll over at Hyde BUM are held together by a bolt in front of the back piece just mentioned hook ManitouP1ke 8 Pen Idaho Ppnn gro untinr and 4 Vestibule Bxprsss 1 rains are Clfl c North Sr S L MIDKIFT - PSMItS - iiOHtij T - kaW BMBM IB DIVLc u en which over icav the slats of the gate can pass as the gate is lifted up or let down The high gate next to the post set in the ground are so near together as to Park gate in place almost rub T Is that Hi CarroUs hoss demand Â¬ on raisin it up a small iron pin is put ed the man appearing t3 be very much through the gate over the lower hinge d by the discovery Why Hi This prevents the gate from slipping Carrolls been trying to git tliis hoss of down A bolt should be put through mine for a year back He offered me rnerof the gate to prevent its be-Â¬ two hundred dollars cwsh f or him last ing lifted entirely out of the hinges in a week but I wouldnt look at it an by hurry sometimes John P Tripp in now that I come to get a little Farm and lo Mr a temperance platform the public expected him to be decent about getting drunk and whooping up and down the streets It is with sorrow that we an Â¬ nounce the fact that Jim is a complete failure except as an old soak He hasnt drawn a sober breath in six months and his official career has been enough to shame a wolf out of the country We have kept quiet on this matter hoping Jim would brace up for a but the time has come to Um H1 P11 4 the most friendly spirit that he must Corner Main ami Fir t Streets come out of that and brace up The boys are muttering and growling and if his honor continues his present ca- Â¬ RICHMOND KENTUCKY reer something will happen within a wheat fortnight Hell be waited upon by a Wade Wilsox- - the twelve-year-ol- d lad at Guthrie who shot Frank John- committee mounted on a mule and the son a negro boy of the same age re- mule will be headed towards the hills His honor will keep cently had his trial a few days ago at and told to travel Guthrie The court decided the shot to going and never return or if he should to refuse boys have been accidental and dismissed the be foolish enough proceed to the a sign call will plant him and case special election carefully compounded day and The Frankfort school board has about for a concluded that a night school is a lux- Â¬ No Red Tape We learn that a gen- Â¬ niiiht by an experienced physiury which their constitutents fail to ap-Â¬ preciate The school is maintained at tleman named Scott is coming here cian and pharmacist an expense of 060 to 80 per month and from Ohio to establish a bank It is good the usual number of pupils is from news but we feel it our duty toutter a few words of friendly advice to the new- Â¬ eight to ten during business The Farmers alliance of Graves comer Remain soberanxious to pick a county has nominated John T Dough hours Dont be too ady for the legislature and instructed quarrel in order to show off Have a back room where the boys can sit down for S I Lrwin for the senate If any A company of young gentlemen has and discuss financial questions been formed at ineeton to be mus of our people want 50 for 6ixty days tered into tin honorable ranks of the dont demand that the whole town shall Indorse Make your rate of interest a Kentucky state guards one Treat every faro bank Potsz Bates sad Geo Ward the ne reasonable show up in one saloon as oft alike layers of Marshal Wells of Junc- Â¬ en as and in another Ily paying attention tion City have been sentenced to the to the customs and characteristics of TOILET penitentiary fcr twenty one years busiyou will do a Iiiilip Moock a dairyman near New our people and be elected rushing legis- Â¬ Â¬ to the ness here port became enraged at his horse and lature The other road leads to certain BOOKS ALBUMS pulled out its tongue De- Â¬ a midnight departure The criminal docket of the Union cir- Â¬ failure andIress cuit court was ended a few days ago troit Free Three negroes and tw o white men were ENGLISH ILLUSTRATED sentenced as follows Joe Holt stealHAGAN ing wheat five years Sam Everhart house breaking three years Tom Reed house breaking one year Charles Cis seil arson two years and Harvey Springer house breaking one year Thieves killed and carried off a large steer belonging to John B Kennedy near Paris and Sheriff McClure and City Marshal Mernaugh at once went to work on the case The other night they captured Cellus Batts Charley Brown and Ed Dilloway colored and found the meat in their possession They AND were placed in jail to await the action of the grand jury William Damtcy Strotheb Tatlob a nephew of President achary Taylor and the oldest surviving member of the famil3 died a lew days ago at his home He was ho years in Jefferson county old Ledway Lew is who killed his father in Harlan recently has been taken His remarks brought down the house to Stanford for safe keeping as the Harpers Bazar Our Goods are of excellent quality and feeling at Harlan was strong against our PRICES REASONABLE him Her Hesitation Two ok the seven living ex governors Miss Emersonia Osgoodson wm uw of Ch6 were orn in the state of Ken- - favor the company with a recitation x Got barb s Anderson was announced the teacher to the friends in 1M4 t Louisville and ev lov that had assembled in the school room Repirig of Tiwue t LowRaites Richard M Bi hop Mas lorn in Flero- - to enjoy the regular Friday afternoon exercises Little Miss Emersonia stood forth and He Tvtd the Troth recited as follows A SPECIALTY OP President Board of Police Commis- Â¬ Coruscate ooruscate diminutive stellar orb sioners We are sorry to say OUool-ohan-th- Bow Inexplicable to me seems the stupendous Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ problem of thy existence you are discharged from the Elevated to suoh an Immeasurable distance in force ing Stoves the Illimitable depths of space apparently In OHoolahan An fer wphat cause yer a perpendicular direction from the terraqueous planet we occupy honor President A jewelry store was bur- Resembling in thy dazzling and unapproach able effulceuoe a crytalized carbon gem of glarized in your district last night surpassing brilliancy and impenetrability Did you meet anyone on your beat last CO CLAUDE glittering in the ethereal vault whose bound PowersHagan DRUGGISTS Trotting ks Outfit Â¬ 0L RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD PRESCRIPTIONS WCGoriiilivtVC 1891 SEASON Â¬ o 1891 K - - - aaV tv Jz vBsssssssl eBTJa ssBa tr DRUGS BsVBsIP I Â¬ Medicines Chemicals ARTICLES i t VATICAN 11308 Â¬ -- Â¬ - i Sl Â¬ POWERS k Red ini a I liTE KEEP BIE SIDE worlds rr oul in of LiarM Hall of Venice vea ot J beaten I b lat is able to colt of TERM of breeding tw Vases and Vatican an brothers year old race record and I year old race record 35 46 B 1 HARDWARE SToxr C T WELLS K I KK Sal CT WELLS Coil CO 1 1 TeOil fail iii T Only a square from II You doni have to ttul ttle depot se at Â¬ I Soft Coal and Anthracite Nut and Lump Coal Now open st M vers old liim next to 8rtSid Fr io Quickest delivery in t prices Try 11- Â¬ night OHoolahan Yls your honor I met a man an he said said he he wus going to open a jewelry sture President He did open a jewelry store and stole 5000 worth of goods OHoolahan The man may have been a thafe but he wus no liar Jewelers Circular BEFORE AND AFTER less Immensity we end aror to bring within the compass of the human intellectual grasp by the use of the concrete term trmamentl SMITH When the dear little Boston girl had finished reciting these touching lines in her mpt soulful Bostonian way and wn there was a dry spectacle in the school room Chicago Tribune A Cultured J A G WILLIAMSON Crn ENCI1SKKK Civil Engineer and Surveyor o- - 0T WILLS 3tC Appetite CLLSsM Of- - II J JOHN SE Bank pro an ap v DR G W EVANS G WEVANS JR GW Evans Son KY i 8 Hi LQT K al at is no rely He r Ill raise a beard itll make me look more mani -- real ran mis in collectors A- a few years oraing off next i With the beard RICHMOND - ams rico ng to the wife -- Life indeed vas thai gentleman with dec- CoL i Turu Survey nisde for Rallway morsel of the turkey said he Roadway Estimate given Ac SWISS COTTAG Why yes but just a small piece llkx Farm tlraiiitige Town lils laid off to 10 foot slley Orchard please He started to trim off a delicate bit GENERAL LAND BURY1 Q and asked Is there any part you would specially like V Unas rKiucel Special atleiilion given mas ami plats of TWO FR v Oh well Im not particular she in fcnpnfraptoiesJ answered as she looked demuredly at farms and oilier latnls Csnssyrl 6 rooms each her knife and fork Just give me a winy ene solicited with IIIparties inter mountain cuii- and a leg and a few slices off the breast Thres with a portion of the gizzard and a ilall Richmond Kv ggf spoonful of dressing and Ill reach the 9- vegetables myself T1IRF1 Whore te Apply on BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY Excuse me he said as he entered cosii I want to the shop County B The 0a Do you think you could manage a FOR SALE m task i Mr That was the heroic m know wh enue Vhe ral thing ed yours did he win the dec two squaws and a papoose in the Dakota war Munscys y Wood LK fe sHHaL ler of the artie dav tBW