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J t3 -- ffo --- ri fc iiffi A sjjj n I e- I VOLUME ATTORNEY 1 IV RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 25 1891 i si ii A Short H ft i Highest of all in Leavening Power Coo I AND FROZEN So wSySlJSuyLijjg - NUMBER 41 L LI V AN A TTORNEY Mnin St i eel A TLA W Richmond Offlee lf Kentucky JMRIFFE Sanitary Plumbsr and Qas Fitter DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF AN AWFUL DISASTER On SCENES OF TERROR Five Hundred Persona Known to lie Lost It is now believed that the loss of life by the sinking of the Anchor line DEATH OF GEN JOHNSTON He Dies of Heart Trouble Aggra Â¬ vated by a Gold Sketrh of the Distinguished federate Commander Which Will Give Italians Another Thrill of Horror the Ill Fated I tnpla U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 upstair OKE A COBB TTOBNB IS A TLA Irkl H Wt Steamship Loaded With Their Country- - larger than at first estimated It is cal- Â¬ Sunk In a Cnlllton and culated that of the 700 Italian emigrants Over 200 llrea Supposed and the crew on board the steamer 570 Lost steamer Utopia at Gibraltar was much Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE SMUGGLING CHINAMEN Mongolians Testify That They Paid Fifty Dollurs Apiece To Be Ilaecd Inside the tnlteal MatM ISorder The trial of James Muldoon alias Miller was continued in the United W HAS C PRECISELY FITZPATRICK WHAT TOO WANT KITCHEN WEUEFEUTO IN TOUB KENTCCSY 37- The Iiritish Italian ports bound to New York with TOO Italian emipTants aboard collided eamship Utopia from F4 I K T BORNAM vbys - - r law -- jcwj CKitlDEUERS riit i AND GLOBES Building S iiiWELL ATTORN BY-AT-LA- K E M 11 t CWL1 GAS FIXTURES BATH TUBS HYDRANTS ii DKS iL cURUKRY KBS BMfTU SURGE ionh - - - Kkktuckt Mmlta Bull linn Mala Hlreet- - Office 11111 lo iU 1 M 8- iiuiii d lo l ti t i trv HOSE kinds of Mill Supplies Plumbing done iu the Latest Mod ern Ami all ItOROAN D D c with the Iiritish ironclad Rodney anchored in Gibraltar bay and sank Boon afterward off Kap-g-eStaff A southwest jrale was blowing at the time of the collision Many women and children m ere drowned A large num- Â¬ ber clinging to the rigging have been rescued by boats from the Channel squadron Intense excitement pre Tails bhore on On entering the bay the Utopia before colliding with the Rodney ran into the British iron clad Anson The Utopia sank within a few minutes Iioats were immediately lowered from the liritsh iron clads and also from the Swedish Freya These boats rescued who are 10 persons now on board the various vessels Many others who were rescued are lodged in government buildings on shore It is reported that the crew of the Utopia wero saved but that over two hundred passengers perished man-of-w- Â¬ Â¬ ilIoD W KENTUCKY over Maillsoti National 3- ITALIANS WANT TO FIGHT Five Uojiclred Railroad Laborer Drilling With Wim hesters There are now employed on the line of the Pittsburgh Ohio Valley and Cin- Â¬ cinnati railroad a new line building be- Â¬ - AELHY tween Ilellaire and M arietta O more than one thousand Italian laborers A Powells riolhliiE They are of the lowest order of their Main mill Plrat strrel- nationality and there have been innumerable fights v-rows and i DDS among them during the past AVhcn the newb of the four months I KEN TUCBY KRKS ILIE killing of Henncssys murderers at Xtw Orleans was first made known to them nee Kin Everjrtbli there was great excitement in the vari- Â¬ I7 ii ufeiaiitfti ous camps They held meetings and made incendiarv speeches and were VV PARIS IHYSH IANS M soon fired to frenzy On Monday a number of them received copies of Ital- Â¬ K HOLTON ian papers from Pittsburgh and Chicago and one of the bosses who reads homeopathic Physiciaa and Surgeon and speaks English read to them Kkntccbv in Italian the sensational accounts M Bright Hours- - of the tragedy printed iu the Sunday Special Hileoii n papers This had a very bad effect on Hll llltll--ti- l them and most of them refused to go to Ml TEST AM IJ1 ICKBST BBTWKBM work again Sinee then most of the time has been spent talking about what they deem an axpardonable outrage inllN M FOSTER and holding meetings and making fiery O line between TUCBY speeches Many of them Fra itfcrt Gecrectcva Paris and service in the Italian nationalhave seen - ITo Camits Transfer are well up in the tactics army and These rir EicLmond A have formed the men in their im- Â¬ ASK FOK TirKKTS VIA KY MILAM mediate camps into military com- Â¬ panies and are drilling them every run by Central Standard Time Trains day and nearly all day without inter- Â¬ NO KENTUCKY Time Table Decemler 15 1S90 mission There are about Cve hundred Main Si of them drilling and nearly that many have guns It is understood that they TRAINS EAST propose to go to Chicago to join an or- Â¬ VV Mixed ItRKiHT H ganization which they say is forming 12 N Frankfort 5 45 3 00 there to goto New rleaus to avenge 12 25 3 the death of their countrymen They 6 07 Kestuki Switi43 3 6 23 nnd 07 3 34 have been seen out in the field drilling M 6 55 2 05 by people on passing boats and passen- Â¬ 2 25 in icnjHropMal und 7 Newtov 4 M lea and Huh s 2 45 7 12 Ccntrr illgers on the railroad on the opposite side 43 5 3 of the river and they make a good ap-Â¬ KC pearance MD 6 15 12 10 AILIZ BUBGIN DEN IIS SANITARY STYLE All Gas Pipes put in according to the rules of the New On Coin pany r Kentccky persons were drowned Several bodies were washed ashore on the Spanish coast Another account of the dis-Â¬ aster attributes it to the fact that the British war ship Anson was drifting be- Â¬ fore the gale and that in so doing she rammed the Utopia abaft the funnel After ramming the Utopia the Anson is said to have reversed her engines which caused her to back away from the Utopia which vessel was practically impaled on the rpurof the Ansons ram and the Utopia almost immediately afterward sank beneath the waves Every thing possible was done by the officers and seamen of the British war- Â¬ ships in their efforts lo save the lives of the unfortunate people on board the Utopia Four seamen were washed overboard and drowned from one of the war ships steam launches while taking part in the work of rescue The scene after the collision has probably never before been witnessed in the his- Â¬ tory of maritime On disasters one side was the sinking pas Â¬ senger steamship crowded with about 700 emigrants who filled the air with wild horrible appeals for help as they saw death awaiting them Overhead the clouds rushed furiouslydriven alonir bv the stronc southwest gale which had been one of the causes of the calamity The rescued passengers number about 200 possible more souls were kindly cared for on board the war ships or were taken ashore and housed in the different gov- Â¬ ernment buildings Â¬ V AN AWFUL MOMENT Tenement House Fire In New York Three People Ilurued to Death A Thrilling Rescue The brick tenement No 37a Allen street New York five stories in height I is J m immm0mm mAwx Â¬ 4 Cincinnati and Frankfort I ir 1 was gutted by fire at an early hour Wednesday morning The first floor is a liquor store owned by Jastro Alex- Â¬ Solomon and Max Goldstein ander lived on the second floor The third floor is occupied by Harris Greenberg the fourth floor by Marion Rideilo and the fifth floor by Bernard Jarter Three members of the Jarter family were burned to death They were Bernard Jarter 56 years old Betsy Jarter 18 years old and Sarah Jarter 18 years old Several people were more or less injured The iron rungs of the fire esc ipes were turning white with heat when Max Goldstein reached for them from the third floor and recoiled in despair He stood holding his three little children in his arms From the street the police yelled to him to drop them down The police caught Moses aged 3 and then Ruth a year- old boy but Abraham 8 years old fol- lowed so quickly that though the po- hcemen broke his fall they were unaHe fell heavily on ble to catch him the pavement and was picked up senseless injured internally The father himself jumped after and escaped un- Â¬ hurt He tossed the children by the heels The building was gutted and the tenants lost their all Â¬ Â¬ What the Lucisraph Can Do La pm H 2 AND SURGEON ICCNTVCKI Ar Richmond A ALMOST A RIOT ru No 4 A M B r M v I ReveMe Mb TBnfS Kichmond via K iachester Ar Paris Lv Par n K No Iv C- 6 10 7 J Pi M HLA K - 48 50 i 05 1 56 2 33 12 30 3 40 45 5 5 20 5 35 4 Among Kxeited Italian of New York Immense Gathering at a Mas Meeting to Denounce the New Orleans Tragedy The great hall of Cooper Union was packed with 5000 Italians of New York N AND SURGEON iu IBMMs it M I aV Swittei Ar r rank I round 8 9 9 10 10 830 oz 54 19 36 7 06 7 6 50 7 47 55 - iXDSl KG EON KtMlIKl am A except Sunday B cond NmIIoiii IIARPBtt Gen las Al Gembbai Oikhk Frank imiit CEO IK Supt Ky CLABKGen A i D SURG BON PCaTl a 0 9 iii tmr i 27- - J J So P5 S-- Z M 1OYNTZ v iv i AND SURGEON Kent on r- - rz U D ii jlilnl Klreet 3- - - 1 EVANS MD PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON W 5 KENTlikV 3- aS 0 O 1 J - i 1 AVI- Z - and vicinity Friday night called to Â¬ gether to denounce last Saturdays tragedy in New Orleans and outside notwithstanding a drizzling rain more than as many more were unable to gain entrance to the hall The hot blood of Italia fired by the memory of the New Orleans affair could not be restrained outside the building and shortly before 9 oclock the crush outside the doors broke them down and a number of people were injured in the rush One hundred and fifty policemen were kept busy a quarter of an hour driving the new arrivals out of the hall The meeting was opened promptly at 8 oclock The presiding officer was A D Angelo The speeches were nearly all in Italian and the denuncia Â¬ tions of the New Orleans tragedy were almost terrifying in their vehe- Â¬ mence Hardly a sentence but that was applauded to tin echo and es pecially when the speaker spoke of the necessity for satisfaction for the kill- Â¬ ing The meeting was an orderly one barring the great excitement shown To pacify the crowd without it was ad- Â¬ dressed from the balcony by a number of speakers Resolutions deploring and denouncing the tragedy and demanding reparation were passed and ordered sent to President Harrison and Italys premier Â¬ At a meeting of the pilot commission- Â¬ ers New York J W II ay ward exhibited a new device for communication beÂ¬ tween ships at sea It is called the lueigraph and is intended to enable ships to communicate long messages to each other at night With this machine somewhat like a magic lantern letters six to twelve feet long can be thrown on a screen or piece of canvass visible to the naked eye five miles By pressing the keys as on a typewriter bearing the plates the stencil letters are thrown within the rays of the lenses which cast enlarged charac- Â¬ ters It is available for any light It signals in any desired language or let- Â¬ ter code such as the international code used on every ship light house and An ordinary kerosene Coast guard lamp gives signals readable to the naked eye at one mile Its principal value is in giving a simple and ready means of speaking to a stranded or sinking ship and to the coast guard or lightship The signals can also be thrown on the clouds Â¬ the distin- Â¬ guished ex confederate commander died shortly after 11 oclock Saturday night at his residence on Connecticut avenue Washington The general had been suffering for the past three weeks with an affection of the heart aggra- Â¬ vated by a cold he caught soon after Gen Shermans funeral in New York His physician had been trying to keep his strength up for some days but his advanced age had given little hope for his recovery from the beginning of his illness Gen Johnstons nearest living relative is a sister Mrs Mitchell who lives in Washington The funeral will be held in St Johns Kpiscopal church Tuesday and the remains will be Ceme- Â¬ interred in Green mount tery Baltimore display without Jen Johnston was the last save Gen Beauregard of the six full generals of the confederacy He was born at Cherry Grove Va in 1807 and was graduated from West Point in US9 in the same class with Gen Robert B Lee He was appointed second lieutenant of the fourth artillery and first sawactiv vice in the field in is in the Black Hawk Indian expedition He was pro- Â¬ moted in 1836 and was an on Gen Winfield Scotts staff in the Seminole war He participated in all the important battles connected with lien Scotts campaigns in Mexico from the taking of Vera Cruz to the capture of the City of Mexico He was thrice brevettcd for gallantry dur- Â¬ ing this war and in IM was mustered out of the service as a lieutenant col- Â¬ onel of volunteers only to be reinstated by congress with his original rank of captaiu of topographical engineers He was commissioned quartermaster gen- Â¬ eral U S army in June 1800 but re Â¬ signed the following April to enter the confederate service in which as a ma Â¬ jor general of volunteers he assisted Gen Lee in the work of organizing the men who were pouring into Kichmond Susequently he was commissioned a brigadier general in the regular confed Â¬ erate service and was placed in command of Harpers Ferry He joined forces with Beauregard and remained in command of the consolidated troops until 1803 At the battle of Sev en Pines he was wounded and incapaci Â¬ tated for duty for alout six months His next service was as commander of the army of the Tennessee He em ployed the winter of 1881 to reorganize his command which had become de- Â¬ moralized by the defeat at Missionary Ridge He was relieved of this com Â¬ mand in July ImI by order of the authorities at Richmond Gen Hood suc ceeding him Early in lsilj Gen Lee again assigned him to the command from which he had been relieved and or- Â¬ dered him to drive back Sherman Gen Johnston urged Lee to abandon Rich- Â¬ mond join forces with him and fight Sherman before Grant could come up but Lee replied that it was impossible for him to leave Virginia as his force was small Gen Johnston declining a decisive engagement hung on Sher- Â¬ mans flanks annoying the latter and impeding his march from Atlanta to- Â¬ wards Richmond as much as possible Lee surrendered at Appomattox and Johnston obtaining the consent of President Jefferson Davis that the war should not be further prolonged entered into negotiations with Sherman and surrendered his forces Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gen Joseph E Johnston THE UNSURPASSED STARVED Terrible Situation In tho Wilda of Montana Men Dying For Want of Food and Shelter From Intense Cold anil Almost Impenetrable Snow Drifts district court at Itica N Y Friday morning The defendant is in- Â¬ dicted for smuggling t hinamen into this country at Lewiston and the case is the first of its kind ever tried in that district The Chinamen were sworn by the government and testified through an interpreter They failed to connect smuggling with Muldoon until reached Buffalo they after paid 850 to they swore and be placed on United States territory At the close of the governments case the defendants counsel moved for the dismissal of the prisoner on the grounds that the law prohibiting the landing of Chinamen in this country was unconsti- Â¬ tutional that the indictment charged that the Chinamen came by land where- Â¬ as they crossed the Niagara river into this country in a row boat Assistant District Attorney Smith opposed the motion and the court denied the mo- Â¬ tion The case was given to the jury in the afternoon THE FAITH CURE Number Three More Victims Children of a Family Whose Father Wouldnt Have a Doctor Intelligence was received at Dubuque la Friday night of an atrocious performance at Springville Lynn county la A gentleman named John Doan Â¬ with his wife and three children went there on a visit One of the children Phy- Â¬ was taken sick with diphtheria sicians were summoned but the father would not let them in as he believed only in faith cure ar practiced by two old women of Anamosa The names of the faith cure women have not been learned They commenced their prac- Â¬ tice which is said to have been most in- Â¬ human but the child grew steadily worse and died Subsequently the two other children were taken sick and treated in a similar manner Both died Public excitement was intense A Dreadful Undertaking H Clery of the signal service sta- Â¬ tioned at Kansas City has started for California under orders from headquarters He is directed to proceed to There has been large loss of life from starvation and exposure along the line of the extension of the Great Northern over the Rockies to the Pacific coast and Bellingham bay in Montana Great storms have been raging west of tho Missouri and no work has been possible eiti r at grading or rail laying for six More than 2000 men hare weeks been lying idle all this time hem- Â¬ med in by mountains on one side and impenetrable snow drifts on the other Provisions too have run short and the frail shanties in which the men have been housed have kept out but lit- Â¬ tle of the piercing cold The men aro penniless and have been compelled to forage through the surrounding coun- Â¬ try as best they could At Summit on the main range of the Rocky moun tains 100 miles west of Cut Bank a number of men have been engaged during the winter in driving a tunnel When workmen arrived at Cut Bank and found that no work could be done there a number of them started to traverse the deep snows to Summit Many perished from the cold and ex Â¬ posure The record so far is seven deaths from freezing while large num- Â¬ bers had arms and legs severely frozen It is also believed that a great many have perished of whom no trace has been found and whose bodies have fed the wolves and coyotes Â¬ hIEbbiIbiC BBiBwWr 2b4bwM LEXINGTON BELLE HAUGE AND COOK STOVE PLOWS I AM AGENT FOR- - J Four Peron3 Drowned While attempting to cross Valley creek near Birmingham Ala Ike Bur ford and three etdHrei were drowned They were in a two bi rse wagon The stream was fordable but one of the mules pulled the wagon into deep water and upset it His wife was with him and floated down the stream for some distance with the youngest child in her arms She caught a limb and saved her life but the baby was w ashed from her Missouri Anti Trust Bill h Urn I d Big Injun HAMES COLLARS 3 Horss Chilled Plows THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT EVER MADE IN PI ALSO THE FAMO Sulky Plo Â¬ Death Valley in the southwestern part of the California desert and to there make a minute study of the atmospheric conditions and phenomena The signal service has long been endeavoring to collect statistics regarding Death Val- Â¬ ley but on account of the danger of residence there it has never ordered any Mr one to make the investigation Clery volunteered and his services were accepted The Missouri legislature has passed an anti trust bill making it a misde- Â¬ meanor punishable by a line of 9100 a day for each day that a company or corporation is a member of a trust which has in view the raising of prices The bill now goes to the governor with fair prospects of becoming a law The Grip in Ctlcaso UOE8 RAKES BACKHANDS AND TRACE CI1A1 POSES SHOVELS CCTTINC Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPL1 SOW AND PIG Origin of the flatfleldMcCoy Fend Which Cost Over One II tindred Lives The Hatfield McCoy feud between tho residents of Logan county W Va and Pike county Ky which has just been ended by Devil Anses proclamation of peace has been in existence since It started over a sow and a pig and has been kept up relentlessly ever since The feud has been the subject of hundreds of newspaper articles and at least two novels one the Ameri- Â¬ can Vendetta writhave been Â¬ Â¬ Practitioner 1 in Meiii ine and Surgery KlMUKI Iiykce u Uroeerir DRS If LETCHER N A XO SURGBON - o Q KtNTKKI - ofe IT k S k rSCA Ml - WllUl KulldliiR Main street HA I oq a p 1 a I o w 5 r M HOOKER V E TERINA It Y S I rBCBO DUATBOMT unary VET COLLEGE - Dentlatrr and Kierlllty a iliy door 10 Climax office Hi Ml ALEXANDERS - HOTEL Ky 4- - Seventh and Market Streets PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN -- Louisville - Kentucky 2nd i Will Open Mondw March Pronrietor Opp 0 one Street 0 Depot LEXINCTON Hew Building L Lie in i I KY llll 2 i h and Furniture V I ntilatkd a M fc ir 4a n r 1 Having sold out our entire interest in the hotel on ltiion tiett we have removed to our old gland that we occupied for ear so mccesfully at Seventh and Market streets are now flitting it up in elegant shape new throughout nl the outfit in every m will be elegant incud enger and ne of Ma with all the lata im- Itagg- want all of our old friends to come V and see us in our old home ervicc iat our H shall be second to none in the land wants My wile Mrs Jo H Alexander to be remembered to all hei lady friends and she wili be glad to see them and give thein a hcailv r ID BAR ATTACHED KATES and 5250 per Day 11 THOMAS Mil Estate AYRES Agsncy IO RICH i Csliecting Ftijt jo 2 l- - IJV NDER n ACER ii WING nation- READ -- THIS Dry Jiae- - if3000 ROOKE B SiSTON The sheriff Sunday raided Shibleys saloon Bismarck N 1 arrested the proprietor and seized five cases of beer A Cotton Event In Savannah Savannahs cotton receipts for this and several jugs of wine This is the season reached 1000000 bales Wednes- Â¬ first effort in the direction of enforcing day the largest receipts for one season the prohibition laws since the adjourn- Â¬ in the history of Savannah as a cotton ment of the legislature A strong or- Â¬ port The Cotton Exchange estimates ganization has been formed there and DOOMED TO DIE the future receipts before the close of in other towns for wiping out the sa- Â¬ Mayor Shakespeare and Others of Ne the season at 150000 bales The receipt loons The place raided Sunday was Orleans Receive Notification of Theil of 1000000 bales will be celebrated by the scene of the shooting affray a week I ute or so ago a banquet Mayor Shakespeare received a letter Another Asylum Horror Take Gold Coin for Shipment purporting to come from a committee of Iekelheimer damaged Fire three thousand Italians notifying him CoBankers Heidelbach who applied for LongueSunday afternoon asylum the and near Parkerson Wicklitfe and himself 1000000Lazard Freres bullion for ex- Â¬ Montreal Pointethelunatic that to worth of gold extent of 812000 of the aforesaid must die at the hands story which was refused by the treas- Â¬ Four men in the In conclusion the letter portdepartment Wednesday decided to from the windows fourth one of leaped committee ury and them states that the chief assassins are not accept gold coin instead of the bullion J B Lachapelle was almost instantly Chief of Police Gaster caught yet ji 000000 coin was paid out to killed The others were seriously in- Â¬ thinks ail such letters are a hoax A and at noon in jured statement was pnbUelred in New Or them Tuesday evening that ScafTedl an Unveiling Prince Napoleon Dead leans Grant Statue uncle of the man of that name who The Kohlsaat statue of Gen Grant Prince Napoleon died Tuesday in was slain Batorday had lieeu black- now- being cast lor erection in Rome The Abbe Pujol previous to mailed by the Mafia about five yean Galena 111 will probably be unveiled the princes death administered the last ago Five hundred dollars was demand- on Memorial day It is stated that the sacraments of the Roman Catholic and other orator of the occasion will be either church to Prince Jerome Napoleon ed but Provenzano advised him not to pay The Mafia James O Blaine or Chauncey M De The funeral of Prince Napoleon will be finally agreed to take SW50 providing pew conducted with religious ceremonies the victim would pay for the dinner The body will be interred In the crypt The Oldest Postmaster Dead Â¬ that appears to follow successful robCelestine Kailen ads the oldest post- - of the Royal mausoleum in the church bery and precede contemplated mur master in the United States died at of La Superga on the Collina Heights To get from under the ban Dubuque la ders near Turin Wednesday morning Scaff edi agreed to the terms and went aged Expensive Fires in Hew YOTk swamp where master in 1s v by President Franklin with Metranga to the two masked men were met Metranga Pierce and has heh Fire in New York destroyed two continu explained to them that Scaffedi was ously clothing manufactories and hat estab showing a disposition to do the best he lishments a feather store and other Italian Meeting Bombarded could and the amount he was willing smaller concerns The total loss is w ere holding a While 150 Italians The to pay should satisfy them 2160000 Another fire damaged the masked men agreed to this and the meeting in Troy N Y Sunday night Claflin storehouses to the extent of party together with others afterward to protect against the mobs action at 8100000 building was bom Â¬ enjoyed the spread at the expense ol bard and the meetAn Ovation to Gladstone Scaffedi ing broken up by a mob outside Pis- Â¬ Mr Gladstone was accorded an im Â¬ tol shots were fired but is in Vendetta Begun at Chicago mense ovation on hi trip to Hastings disÂ¬ Tuesday Several people were injured At Chicago Frank T Hagadon Tues jured The reserve p day morning stood waiting for a car persed the large crowd which had gath by climbing on top the passenger coaches of the train Three Italians were near him Ha ired Her Birthday Preaeat gadon betran to talk of the New Or A Tremendous Blast at every Litvic Nell Sister will be down In a leans A blast contain in kegs be hnng moment and Im to entertain yon till kout been ut fbe comes cause mamma said so I of powder w The words h hun mountain near Chat ns drew their guess Ill go on with my knitting torn n He was se- dred thoi Mr Nicefello What are you making knivi cxly and would my litout not his lay present for sister and have Test Suits PattponjJ iustnt know anything about it till cries Tb lay comes yon know You anee The 11 rion wont tell her will yon No indeed What is it for pone Oh its just a little bag 1ke mamma Tins to put her watch in at night t Pi Tli gtess s hasnt any wp se it for her hair pins lars Good Iter teeth or something wiiiJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Owing to the untiring efforts of the U S minister at Berlin lion Wm Walter Phelps Chancellor Von Caprivl has removed the embargo placed upon American cattle landed at Hamburg and it is likely that Mr Phelps will be able to obtain the removal of the re- Â¬ strictions placed upon the importation of the American hog Great Concession From Germany ten about The feud has it been the cause of no less than 100 deaths among the participants dur Â¬ ing the past thirty years and men have grown up from childhood with feud instilled into them and even the women have been fighters The letter from Devil Anse Hatfield will serve to quell all disturbances as far as his side is concerned lata state of affairs is the result of the marriage of one of the Hatfields to a Miss McCoy and a truce and peace congress held shortly after Â¬ Liquor Crusade The grip seems to be more prevalent in Chicago even than it was at any time last year It strikes all classes of so-Â¬ Lawrence Barrett Dead Lawrence Barrett the distinguished ciety The residents of the fashionable tragedian and actor died Friday night avenues and the denizens in the tene- Â¬ He ments of the poor alike suffer from its in New York city of pneumonia took ill the night before during the per- Â¬ ravages It is felt in every line of busi- Â¬ formance of Richelieu at the Broad- Â¬ ness way theater and was unable to finish Evading the Anti Lottery Law his part His right name was Lawrence The Louisiana Lottery Co is evading Patrick Brannigan and was born at the anti lottery law by having organPaterson N J April ized a branch OaBee in Mexico from which point it is flooding the United The Grip Has Pittsburgh Down ader the name The grip is thoroughly epidemic In States with eii d Hanking Pittsburgh and fully 4000 cases are of the Mexican Int reported Several of the most promi- Â¬ Co Our government can not interfere nent physicians are afflicted and almost with mails from a foreign country every business firm numbers at least Antl Lottsry LnTV to fca Tested one down with the disease The Louisiana Lot1 ry Co will test ti lottery the constitutionaiit A Philadelphia Bank Closes law and carry the matter to the U S The Keystone bank of Philadelphia closed its doors Friday morning supreme court The capital of the institution is 500 A Clever Dodge 000 Its New York correspondents are A man who was fond of a joke went the Chase national and the Tradesmens to the market where he stopped at a national banks poulterers stall iwo dozen black hen eggs if yon A Lengthy Service at Scrub please woman in charge opened her Lewis Purdy postmaster Tue Oak N Y who was appointed during eyes wide with astonishment the administration of President William How can anyone tell the eggs of a Henry Harrison and has held the office black hen continuously since is dead I can Well then choose fcr yourself Franking Privileges of Congressmen The customer picked out the twenty Postmaster General Wanamaker Fri- Â¬ day issued a general circular to aU post- Â¬ four largest eggs he could find paid masters and employes calling attention and walked off O Estarrejense lo the provisions of the act of congress The Telltale Chestnut Df 1891 extending the franking privi Â¬ M De Luc pray Miss Haughton lege so that the members and members explain yourself What did you mean elect of congress shall have the privilege Â¬ of sending free through the mails and by shrugging your shoulders at the din under their frank letters to any officer ner table when I told them that that ot the government when addressed of- Â¬ mot I made was original with me M De Luc Ahl mademoiselle did not ficially see Zat was ze great compliment Largest Mortgage on Record mademoiselle Zat was to say made The Union Pacific Railroad Co will molsello do not look as ze centenarian put on a mortgage of 8250000000 the Harpers Bazar largest ever recorded Cora I do so adore a masquerade ball one can be made love to and no sylvania has been robbed of 81085000 one knows who Is who by the management of soldiers orphans Her Friend sweetly Lucky for you schools and eight men are named as dear Isnt It Judge having accumulated fortunes from such A Bit of Chlcaco Horn Ufa stealings ranging from 00000 to 300 What are you doing Sister Belle 000 with all of those shoes Harry Napoleons Will Prince Harry Play in steam cars The Ronapartist leaders in a series of Sister Belle And what are my shoes interviews published Thursday have supposed to be concurred in a determination to disre- Â¬ Harry Oh theyre the locomotive gard Prince Napoleons will and to Jury recognize Prince Victor as the legiti- Â¬ Deliberate Determination mate heir to the throne of France He Ef yo eat enny mo onions Iae not goin ter lub yo enny mo All Were American Citlioni 8he Ail right Jeff Johnstone ef yo It is reported from Washington that all the Italians slain by the New Or goin ter allow a vegetable ter cum be- Â¬ leans mob were naturalized Americans tween us yo may go Judge which disposes of the protest of the Why Screed Realarned Italian government Quill How did you happen to leave Screed I wrote a scorching leader Wisconsin Telephone Tax Thursday pass against womens rights not knowing The Wis ed a bill requiring t ompanies that the heaviest stockholder of the pato pay an annual lieens t per per was an old maid Life cent on their gr ss It Was Not Thar Snooper I bought these 300 trousers Gold Btaeovered hi Kisioarl A fiftet rich with in a fit of economy I jfold has been discovered near Boston Hunker surveying the garment Mo dont see the fit Munseys Weekly ma Robbing the State TliTOHTG A SPECIALTY for CASH C FITZPATRICK TAR OID PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR llll ECZEMA SORES Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book a-TAR-- PRICE CROUP 50 WOUNDS BRONCHITIS PILES BURNS c CEINTS O D-f-S- FOR MEDICINAL ABSOLUTELY PURE PURPOSES BATH TOILET AND NURSERY HF TAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL FREEMAN more thin half a century the name of Freeman has FOR before the public Dont you recollect that your used to have his boots and shoes made at Freer because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to tit his Now Freeman c pocketbtK k and his ideas of value to make boots and shoes He also has a first data ck and can tit CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SIIOI all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Iloutons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where all at No 2 F irst Street Fallae Aaaanltle Â¬ It is charged that the state of Penn mmkwankwkwkwmkwmmmakwkwkwm Â¬ A REAL LUXURY Looking out over the many homes of this country we see thousands of women wearing away their lives in household drudgery that might be If an hour materially lessened ty the use of a few cakes of SAPOLIO is saved each time a cake is used rf one less wrinkle gathers upon the face because the toil is lightened she must be a foolish woman who would hesitate to make the experiment and he a churlish husband who would grudge the few cents which it costs If your grocer sends you anything in place cf SAPOUO send it SAPOLIO always back and insist upon having just what you ordered On floors tables and painted work it acts like a gives satisfaction charm For scouring pots pans and metals it has no equal E shines after it and even the children delight in using it in their alter to help around the house tST Bon II CURBS SPUKTS SPMVIHS WHO PUFFS or all enlargement aaaalately Â¬ endorsement of our ieooV awiaaasin spats vsvsi mtii nuts XVMa C M DnrBHABT Oiialar Smt Mam L Stajloo Mlnnar -OMavsos eases a very Dee case or utaca spann ea a mare for which I have atae been uaanii am IMS a botOa I woakS not be without it If It costHsWatrBtnls w aoo kundrtd 0 tueh Price ai50 ver kettle Ask tout drnarist H BV If ha doe not keep It send as 13 to stun pa tor trial 60 CO Whitehall N Y W B EDDY Ointment IThai he unqualified QUINNS reevel Grocers often substitute eh per food tor SAPOLIO to stake a better hack such article ub4 iaaUt on bavins jnsl what worn orkrad THOROtrSH TEUmMY uuAtmd4 r vmutm liSTBBCTIOI III BQOX TC ETC AT MRU THIBO AH Jtf TOMN ssgf lYT ft HPMM rf ttlHTlM PE JUMHi THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON POLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY ELECTION OF D S SENATORS BY THK PEOPLE Knrroa BT The Climax Printing G Co White PRICE SPowill PKU TEAR 150 Chas Weircilr ttai Kirch 28 Mr 1 1 1881 A- e vacanc entionon Ca HrtcJ in iiivurof Fnuih I IM r vjte bwarta 4 Louisville ii aseijroeil with liahilitus in t n- MLR e really the atnr who wa LaR - 000 Jul Ky liieily He WllEt hm bappeaed during n i lu t t n da i l iaus in garruli us Maky AMIEl-- quickly to tin death chamber and Ins wife arrived before he expired Ixmutiful share but too late to be recognised Theii only son came immediately with the l isUm tluir other attaches from the office down uld not present at the last ill All was over nearly before the quickly jreasinau Ellis doubtlct serve as a warning adjourned convention got out of the rash stateameo He blew into the mutzk THE MOST EXTRAVAGANT MHtl I Btate hoase and at ii oclock a beaise Or the anti tlevelaii RECORD - backed up in front of the square where a few minutes before all had B n or heard of nted birds eye v been stirring The remains the Congresses from the 4rd to the lt were removed immediately to the home inclusive which demonettatea beyond nth Frankfort where a stream of publicans voted in thi the Republican idea is far too Borrowing and sympathetic friends called agant for the people to long remain until a late hour lat night S Heir H think act The physicians announced that death I Api by that strange agency ap- then they FoKTY TlllKli lieplllilicail y jmrty anl Hou e RepaMican Baa There are many circumstances to ad 1 ate Kepuhlican Fxecu to tl of his sodden death He election tive had reached the hill top of life and aac- FoHTY Fot HTII I lcflliK rlt by a rugged route His ph Republican manhood his accnmulations and his I M M Ah MORTALITY ajiublican Fx- ambition had been spent intbeeflbrthe ecutive tifiOJTl made to accomplish it Hie caret only one man a soldier and a so called politician iiTii- - Democratic House Bepobucan were made familiar to the public through m iislir at liepublican Fxecu- able events of his politi- tive- ction to the Clerk erali Fohty sixth IVniK ratic irl of Appeals His fami Â¬ Barrett i ly his interests his hopes and desires ilooa HicliRepublican Execa- had been transferred but a few months tive R n k fort from his old home at nrt of Ap- Foiitv sevkvth RepubliCvnthiana ir all tin- - hunt- she would probaa1 -- Xlgi Another questi tig widely discussed tion of I 8 Senators by th Th method is nor is it demo cratic It frequently causes lonj and costly struggles and gives rise to bribery of the basest character in which thu will of the people is lost sight of entirely and other legitimate work of State Legisla- estopjied or greatly hindenxl It happens that it is not the longest pole but the biggest barrel that can jet the coveted persimmon Read the following from the Baltimore Sun inient in tavor of electing nited States Senators by di pie instead of by means of I eg L Iat u res seems to be growing throughout th country In California ti aantod at this time of a Senatorship put up at auction before ti a As sembly of that State and there have bean ed instances in different stit elect ions of Senators whif not t uir only claim to recognition was in their wealth An election hy the people not give the same Opportonities rniption and bribery especially in when the Australian system pre vailed Hon R Q Mills of Tex quoted by the St l daring unreservedly in favor of the change Our govemmei founded on the intel I they the people to govern them- capable of electing a Senator by direct vite as they are a Govern r gressman or any other oliii r Mr Mills add that in hisoaaaion the tariff is the paramount is ue Is fore the people and that the plutocratic rule in the v it to end and will end wbei ever the people liave the right to elect Sei atom by a direct rat Â¬ leaving bis office at noon or for tin in upon the Constitutional vention It was 430 p m yesterday when he moved quietly down the main itches and took a seat at the Fast fireplace pied hy Delegate P P Johnston of Fayette In the briei con ion he had with the latter gentleman he strongly and incidentally spoke of hi good health his increase in flesh and the fact that he had never felt better in his whole life A moment later Maj Johnston saw a strange expr come over his face and Mr Longmoor complained of a sutftK ating sensation a 6trange oppression alUt the throat Maj Johnston advised him to get out of vention hall and as him to the door None of the many who looked in his blanched lace as he passed down the main aisle knew that they were bowing recognition to an already lying man He reached the rotunda without falling and then drawing himself up on his My left leg iliis crutches be said He was only one paralyzed ed by Maj Johnson and Squire Mc Donald ti a coach in the House clonk- ions when he laid upon it and never regi expired forty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ uitnr Dr d Jan from th Hume from ueresum- - r the office but all were lay the fatal t family who live in were also brought Mr longiuoir- t htAW LIAlilLITi Journal thus remarks are of that city the lia- hwartz late a tie Republican Kxe utive Fobtt bkhth Democrat- Â¬ ic can 777685948 THE 1SSI E FUR 1SJ2 Hou e Republican publican Ex-ratic aive House llejitiblican tic - Kxei-U- twa 746 ra liave - House Kejuillicat Democratic ecn-- 24314 tntii tive 1iiTY riKsT nipt firm ALLTOliKTHLK Maysvill thinks the f the new constitution will reAver ill and a quire Fifty by Lbesnb- pull i Â¬ Republican House Republican ate Rapabheaa Execa tive E 1006270471 iu lHii70471 rilKLI n rsea mul and oxen are in this old Com- Teat deniii time in the future to pull the new constitution through tbe iblicdisp iat it a I KX MINISTER IMPORTANT PAPER ON TIIE IIEIIIUNb SEA CON TKitM liSV iw rtsi too luueh MEU CONSIUEUAIiON At the Federal Club dinner amid lat week the Fifty first I oii- horourhly advertifced by firess I think the public are now uiies disponed tii examine what has been done in which the astute National Democrat remark TIey are ii Thomas They examined the Me Kin lev bill and your extraordi nary jKrioruiani es in the chair last fall opinions November T u examining the appro- 4 tnii that most criminally extrava- refis in American history I WACOS rUMI IN CILACOTO MOB THK NEW ORLEANS Tli n a great deal of talk in all parts of the country alxtut tiie New ad to what extent the ruioeiit if any ie rt ragedy and also he Italian ioveruinent can de Â¬ mand indemnity for the murder of I to he Italian the opinion of of the best authentic- on the question in lhe Tnited States on the International feature of the tragedy kin the newspaper reports of this mo basis upon which the event Italian Government can place a claim for indem The diatorbanee a purely i law men said nprcaeatativesof theltaK neither was there any discrirn ment tuition of which I am aware Uiat makes the United States liable for indemnity or reparation in tiiiB ca- HE LIKES ROY CI KTIS f il RNAM mgion Lender 1 neve noted with creat jiUasure that uiip of the staunch iJepublican Hurnam of Midison has been repeatedly proposed aa toe Republi Â¬ can c tucky imam is a profound huTer a ripe oiar and a spendid spec M Kentucky gintleman wMild honor more than bei jp the chos- eople would honor him Iniring his manv years of tract ice as a er he baa made a larger personal ac Â¬ quaintance than any single Republican e Slate Mr Burnaat has been ople to fill man- - posi tions of trust and honor and he uaa nev er tailed to fill any posit has been chosen with honor ud distinc- - Tbe statement by ex Minieter PI which will appear in the April numtier of Harpers Magazine pub ished March ntioteiaj between the Lniti full and conclusive Alter showing the of the deatimli life in the open sea surrounding the Pribvloff Is through the Cauauian intnis- that during the jiast lour four fifths of the rev Mine froio an important American indust y has disap- P arel Mr Fhelpa aaauaia the aaaton ami wasteful character of this deatmc- tiou as contrary to the ordinary dictate- of humanity as it is to the requirements of belf iuterest He shows that tin vention BaapOBSd dining In lands administration for the pro Â¬ tection of seils during their breeding ierisl was thwarted by the objects hizeis were obtaining u certain profit from their depredation ul as these were The question presented is says Mr Phelps whether the United Bl vern- ment has a right to protect its people from this wanton and barlnirous deatrac tiou by foreigners which it baa made criminal by act of Congress or whether the fact that it takes place upon naten that are claimed to be a pa t of tbe open sea affords an immunity to the parties engaged in it which the Government is bound to respei Our controversy sayn Mr Phelps is really with Canada though in our complaint we must aMaan Gnat Britain who thus stands between ns and Canada not as an umpire but bouid to support the claims of her colony so far as she Hence the pnHrjr of evasion purcan sued hy her MaieMys n misters Mr Phelps does not favor arbitiation which in the present case is uio e attractive in theory than valuable in piactice Mr Phelps generous nupport of Mr Blaine and his plea for tl e instant protection of seal and of the sear industry by putting an end to the dep edations of individual foreigners will commend his paper to tbe good sense and patriotism of every American t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Republicans would doubtless lie to have th made not Reform but they come from free coinage of seventy-five-cedollars tie of not perhaps as Relief of thi- minor imp such as the silver far off as some persons think The elec tion and if possible get the Demo tion of the Democratic Senator inllli cratic party to fighting among thema tbe people from nois reduces the Republican majority in toturnthi sinning the election of a on which they the Re tariff udly defeated at the Republican to succeed Senator Hearst It is improbable that tl is major the last election and to stir up the Filty ity will withstand the obvious drift of iiat in the Speakership se minor question will public sentiment on the tariff A num cut a figure and divide the forces on the er of Western and Northwestoii Re Democrat the injury of the ma- publicans must be classed as protection with open minds thanks to recent jority but we are persuaded that this When the Desnocrata of the little game will not work and that the Democracy will not be turned aside from House in the Fifty secoad Congreni over to the Senate a bill proposing to iu- ne thing needful in future h the revenue to the extent re by any book or crook of the enemy bu1 by the large appropriation of the will go before the country with tariff re Â¬ Congress by reducing the form as the watchword i ii her Fifty first the trend of public opinion tariif to a revenue basis of about twenty east and west Several times recently live per cent it is not impossible that it we have given the opinions of prominent mav win enough Republican votes to it n the east that tariff nt Â¬ Â¬ i - - that the foreigner pays the tariff tax on what we import to say nothing of the enhanced price of what we do not he We have found import that it is the consumer that fooh bills This is getting very close t heart of the matter The core of it is reached however when the sockless statesman making a personal application of his economic doctrine says frankly When I raise a crop of corn I want to exchange it with the man who will give me the most goals for it That means a vast deal It shows that t light has dawned upon the West era intellect within a very brief period says Mr Simpson we We thought could make things a little better it we put Mr Cleveland in as President but That was be poorer than ever cause the old tariff remained in force for the Republican Senate refused to he Mills bill to reduce the tariff that is to say they refused to reduce tbe selling price of the articles farmer- If the Mills bill were now a law the Kansas fanners money would buy fully We twice as much as it does to day told Mr Simpson continue- that an improvement would come if we elected Harrison and out in Kansas it was i thing to see a farmer going along with a torch over his shoulder and a gunny sack patch on his pants hurrahing for Harrison and protection Now were worro off than ever before The Kansas farmers actually gave Mr 0 majority and elected a Harris solid Republican delegation to the Fifty first i vnat Sj icaker Reed to the McKinley bill potting the tariff higher still and making the farmers condition more hopeless than ever The result of the passage of that bill was that the Carmen of Kansas and of the West generally lost faith in tie Republican party In the elections of NoÂ¬ vember last there were but two Repub- - elected to Congress from Kansas and a legislature was chosen which has substituted an Alliance Senator for Mr ngallc There was evidently a great New Kngland ceased to awakening lead the West by the nose asserted itself as against sectional long utilized by New Eng land to fortify its protective tariff Poverty and rags reminded schemes the Kansas agriculturist that it was time to study the effect of protect on upon As a matter of fact his ow n octanes Mr Simpson summing up the con clusions reached by his people the tar it is a fraud and a delusion Unfor tunatelv it has given birth to other de- Â¬ lusions of which the Hon Jere is himself jierhaps to some extent an expo-Â¬ nent The idea of free coinage as a means of making money more plentiful is one of these delusion Thetariffhas impoverished the farmer bv taking too much money out of his pocket The remedy is to take less out and allow him w rich by accumulating tbe differ between ptotectiro tariff prio prices for cloth bats agricultural machinery hoes chains glassware earthenware tinware metals Ac This would give him more money without the clangers that would Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Self-inter-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the silver in the standard dollar or were in a lane and were struck by the what is better reduce the quantity of train while in tbe act of crossing the track Five were killed outright and four gold By the Constitution of the United had to be afterwards shot The loss was States sec 8 c 5 Congress has power appraised at 1300 Georgetown Timet to coin money and regulate the vaiue Mr Thomas Powell who lives near thereof But they have no power to Oxford also leasee of the Georgetown say what dollar shall pass in the States street railway lost an ewe one day last The repeal law or demonetizing of week The sheep was missing for three silver in 1873 was a bold and shameless days His son happened to go np into robbery by the confederated capitalists the loft of tbe stable and there found of the Union The States being near the lost sheep As soon as the man en Â¬ the people can force the conspirators to tered the loft the sheep jumped out the terms and the railway robbed must go door which is a distance of 14 feet from Cassiis M Clay the ground The following day the ewe gave birth to two very fine lambs AND LABORERS FORM TIIE FARMERS A bJNGRESSIOXAL DISTRICT UNION Louisville By Tobacco Market Farmers Home Journal The Eighth Congressional District F L U met at Harrodsburg March Bth aud was called to order by a rap of the gavel from Dr Bailey the State Lecturer of the Farmers and Labors He explained in a brief man- Â¬ ner that the object of the meeting was to L organize a District Union of the F U in accordance with resolutions of the National and State Convention The Committee on Credentials report- Â¬ ed four counties represented to wit Spencer Anderson Shelby and Mercer Nominations were then declared in balloting order After nominations proved the following officers elected President J II Neale of Harrodsburg Mercer county Vice President S W Booker Shelby county Secretary Q B Dennis Antioeh Washington county Treasurer H B Donaldson Spencer county Chaplain Rev Hungerford of Shelby ville Shelby county Doorkeeper M Mercer county Assistant Moore Doorkeeper R ti Mays Ashbrook An derson county Sergeant W W Elliott Mercer county Jno Reed Executive Committee Spencer county W H Edwards Mercer county H M Lyle Shelbyville Shelby county The officers elected were duly install ed A brief response from our worthy President was received w ith great ap- Â¬ plause Also brief remarks by Poig nand Dennis and others in behalf of the high and honorable positions which have been intrustejl to them The President then appointed Committee on Resolutions J H Neal Q B Dennis and Yoder Poignand Â¬ Durrvlt Louisville Tobacco Ware House Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 324 hhds with receipts Sales for the same period of 1502 hhus on our market since January 1st amount Sales of the crop of 1S9P to 30757 hhds on ourmarket to date 23804 hhds We had a very brisk market and prices were stronger for all grades of burley tobacco up to Thursday morning of this week since that time the market has been irregular and prices are easier for the medium and common grades while the good to fine tvpes firm the common sorts also where they have high color The following quotations fairly repre- Â¬ sent our market for burley tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 Georgetown Timet to 300 Colory Trash 3 00 to 700 Charles Y Wilson State Commission- Â¬ Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to 5 50 er Agriculture in compliance with the act Colory Lugs 500 to 10 00 of the last Legislature increasing the Common Leaf 7 00 to 1000 Medium to Good Leal 1000 to 1600 has just efficiency of his department 16 00 to 2000 Good to Fine Fillers issued for general distribution to those Utover A A WORD TO ALL Our stock is complete in all the verv latest Novelties to be seen in the Eastern Cities A large and Handsome Line of Dress Gooi t both in Patterns and in the Piece our stock of Also interested pamphlets on Sheep Hus by George W bandry in Kentucky Waddy of Shelby County and the His- Â¬ tory Cultivation Disease etc of the Irish Potato by A P Farnsley of JefColonel Wilson him ferson county self a practical and experienced tobacco grower ami judge has also prepared an article on Burley Tobacco Its Culture Curing Assortii g and Handling which those not familiar with hurley tobacco will find of considerable value The weather on Monday Court- - lay was bright and pleasant and there was a large crowd in town It was a very good day for business on the street and in- Â¬ doors The annexed reports of auction- Â¬ eers will show the condition of the live stock market Capt Nat S Offutt reports only about one hundred cattle on sale He sold feeders at 341 to 380 per cwt yearling heifers at 13 per head about 3 cents per pound calves at 995 to 12 Mules sold at from 125 to 16250 and horses according to quality Mr Bennett Branham sold a lot of feeding cattle of about 1100 pounds weight at 391 and 5 common mules at 52 to 80 Nichols Blackburn sold privately to Gentry Bros of Lexington four mules for 500 Â¬ Select Wrappery Tobacco STOCK 20 to 27150 LITE MARKET ESPOET Llr Slock Commission Merchants at Cloeln natt Union Stock Yards mid Covington Block Yards By GREENE A EMBUY WASH DRESS GOODS is complete SHIPPING CATTLE Cincinnati Ohio Men 23 Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen 5 1891 beautiful fabrics with all the latest and iikk 253 Common and Rough BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 4 851 Fair to Good 4 ijoi Extra Fat Steers 42 Fiir to Good Steers 3 85a Good to Extra Cows 4 ioi Fair to Good Cows 3 50 Common Cows 2 50 Rough Cows and Oxen 25 BULLS Best Shipping 4 oo 1 4 85 4 502 4 6o 4 oort 2 50 40 5 00 5 4 75 4 75 4 50 3 00 00 4 75 4 50 4 00 5 fail to examine our stock before purchasing and you are certain to be pleased both as to qauality and pric Dont 4 35 4 00 3 00 2 00 4 25 3 25 WHITE ALLEN 112 W Main St opp Court House Best Bologna Georgetovm Timet NIGHT SESSION House called to order by the President at seven following untry and give the view of a h tiiibU ALb SILVER iblic WOODFORD W hONGMOORES DEATH SUDDEN The Frankfort correspondent of the Louisville Times graphiailly describes the sad death of the Chirk of the Court of Appeals which occumsd Saturday Death marched down the State house aisles yesterday evening with a sudden eanimono for a brave man The grim messenger found his victim full of life and seeming good health a The visitor in the convention hall summoned obeyed the awful call with hardly a struggle and only a moments hesitation and then tbe gloom laden ving day bom on it tbe flying news Wood Longmoor is de As sadly common ai anddeti deaths In list ami making a havi become in this time and cou Qsnlalatadj of the difleraaf ainliUuf ely ever known a our y surpassing that wlii- death brotgbt turtisF Burnam witii his He had yean of political t xiterience his Tr4tiHid r but here a lit scholarly attainments bis pc pular his loving traits of character had raonal acquaintance and loyal tbe hearts of all who know him BepuUkan record could pol 10000 more I mourned a onh a good mat and votes than any other man w i could place in toe field Am Asutmxt iUpi lli upon The Democratic issue in 1802 is the reform of the tariff Otl I im- nce to the country will le considered and treated in the Democratic national platform in the measure of their imjort- hen compared w ith the tariff issue We do nut see how there is any room to doubt that this will lie so or to question from a Democratic standpoint that it ought to li lt is true that there is a Democrat hen and there in the northeast who believes that the an the Democratic - expected to show in contrast to the Radicalism of the Reed Congress is see of the McKinley to mean th bill with nothing more than a show of protest But even in the northeast there is not more than one such Democrat in every 10000 In the west a Democrat who talked abandonment of the tariff is-r any other issne whatever would lily talk himself out of the party rn Democrats are aaaMsad to Re publican methods of controlling the cur rency and they are determined to comet them hut in the Republican abuse of the taxing power they recognize the gr evil of Federal government as it now ex- rnment against all except a limited class in a few favored States In the coming Congress as in the Dem ocratic platform the issue of reforming the abuse ol the taxing power will be kept at the front in precedence of all other issues whatever The Speaker i will represent that issue No one who has been doubtful on it in the past will le chosen as the chief representative of tbe Democratic party in the House A mistake in that respect would lie an irre parable blunder and it will not lie maie The next Speaker and the next Chairman f tinof the Ways and Means Col House will be men fully reprev DemiK ratii inst the McKinley bill as it represents an abuse of the tax- Â¬ ing power to prevent competition and re- Â¬ strict trade The Democratic party will abandon none of its principles whether they ap- Â¬ ply against monopoly control of the iife monopoly control of mon ey or of the public laud It will attack t all Republicanism t its tack will e made on the tral abuse the abuse of the taxing f r purposes of direct and incidental lar- ceny Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i was my purpose to discuss the sub I railways in this series of papers but lhe extraordinary act of the Kansas legislature calls for an episode in regard to money which is of next importance My paper ujKin money to railways read before the Filson Club of Louisville ear and copied into the Louisville Journal and most of the leading political papers of the Union was exhaustive and was never controverted by anyone Â¬ it Treasury Secretary Windoni breaking from the precedents of his predecessors though following in the path of my ar gument just Stopped short of a final so lution of this vexed question MY ARGUMENT Â¬ Is summed up in a nutshell equality of gold and silver dollars and of paper money in value and the paper money representing coin convertible at will of the holder The trouble in Congress i want of knowledge but the par Si of power to the criminal favoritism of classes at the expense of the jk o Many persons may believe that the unlimited coinage of silver inferior in val ue to gold would relieve the debtor and Let us see The late report laborer of the Treasurer showed that the stand erd silver dollar was worth only seventy two cents In other wordSj the debtor paying 72 cents might be advantaged to the extent ents on every dollar of his bonded debt But on the other hand every laborer and seller in the nation would uts on every dollar Here somebody is cheated So it is the interest of the great majority of the people to have an equally valuable dollar gold silver and paper The Republican party and Cleveland were right in going against unlimited coinage or free coinage of silver if the terms have different meanings But the Republicans were wrong in not making the coins of gold and silver equal or in not readjusting the standard beats of gold and silver which is now sixteen grains of pure silver to one of gold in the dollar and then making them with or without seigniorage charge upon Wall street gamblers the uilily and silver miners were all iu the way not to do it Â¬ Â¬ I THE srSUlsE IN - But the hai THE TARIFF THE110NJL1 the question they h gold and silver standard dollars equally The speech of the Hon J rioua at Annapolis contains am in payment of taxes and debts striking statements a brief but forcible and that no bond to pay gold only shall exposition of the present Kausa- be valid in law tariff in its relation to the Let every State pass similar laws and fanaii ngress repeal the silver purchase rs utterly hill by which silver miners are gi ed in Kansas and a premium on silver by excluding i silver and the Wall street gum- k for tl Mr The ates the assumps at gold an ould eturn to the last few days and is now two cents per pound higher than at the lowest time That there hac not been a proportionate advance in the price of tbe live animal goes without saying Ordinarily an ad Â¬ vance in the raw material precedes any upward movement in the manufactured but the dressed beef octopus is a law uuto itself Breeder Gazette lent for 1 100 against thern rail 1 road on ao In June last a freigl drove of But if after full experiment they do horses and mules near Kennys Sta not it will be time enough to increase tion belonging to Miller The mules Mo Collars Mo Shirts Mo Neckties No wonder hides am scase Mo Trunks an VtBm Mo Sox Mo Underwear and Cuffs -arc turning out Mo well in fact fur ebery ding in dis line HE KA Flour Hat lie Equalled AM DE BOSS Timet We offer One Hundred Dollar reward in Kansas have pursuitsGood people go see fur yoself fur my mouf done water so The wholesale price of lecf has been for toy case of catarrh that can not be By any other Mill in this country MerPernor comes chant should patronize home institutions I cant speak no longer Remember da place s tow making advanced three fourths to one cent within cuied by taking Halls Catarrh Cure when they can do as well You will find FA RMFRS having Wheat should not fail to visit us now We have a Sixty Barrel Full Roller Mill in operation and i Committee on Resolutions rejwrted the resolutions which were read and adopted 1st That we demand the abolition of National banks 2nd That we demand that Congress strike at least 160000000 fractional currency for the convenience of the people doing business through the mail 3rd That we demand that lhe Gov ernment ioan money direct to the peo ple on unincumbered land 4th That we demand Congr law prohibiting any and all deal in futures and that offenders of Kline Ik- - dealt with according to law 5th That we demand that the amount of circulating medium lie speedily in creased to not less than fJoOper capita 6th That we endorse the free and unlimited coinage of silver 7th That we demand the pas laws prohibiting alien ownership of land ke prompt action to and that devise some plan to obtain all lands now owned by aliens and foreign syndicates and that all lands now held by railroads and other corporations in excess of such actually needed by them lie re claimed bv the Jovernment anil held for actual settlers only Sth That we demand the abolition of tax i n tobacco iith That we demand immutable op Â¬ position to the formation of a third party of the F vc L U in this State at the present time 10th That we ask the Farmers Home Journal to publish these proceedings It was then moved and seconded that each county Union in the Eighth Con- ional District elect and send five delegates to the District Union to be held in Shelbyville on the 8th day of safe July 1891 Dr E A Cbant Director 11 Neale Prea J Frank Birke Assistant i B Dennis Secy Daniel Webster a native of Winches- Â¬ ter died in the hospital of the Soldiers CONCERNING FARMERS Home at Washington City last week Corn in the crib Lincoln county 273 his disease being consnption In 1861 T A Bradley sold one of his herd of he enrolled himself with Captain John Registered Jerseys to Miss Alma Burgin S Hopes company in Paris and went to Camp Boone Tennessee near Clarks of Mercer for fjWL Dmvitlt Adtvcate a porDavid Walter has bought 300 lambs at ville where the company formed Brewer 4000 tion of the second Kentucky Regiment 5 and 4 cents and Winter Colonel afterwards General at fi and 5 cents a pound Harrodttnirg under Roger W Hanson Dan was transferred Sayings from infantry to Cobbs Kentucky Batgreat Paint Lick Garrard county is a tery and in capacity of gunner and did place for the American chicken It ship good service until the war closed After of ped r840 dozen eggs during the month the struggle he joined the United States Nicholas lilt- Jmrnal February Regular Army continuing in that ser- Â¬ Dick Gentry bought Monday two work vice eight years when he was discharg mules at J150 and 130 the first from Joe ed on account of physical disability and McDowell and the latter from James returning to to Winchester remained entry of Lincoln Dan ill Adi oealc till about two years ago when he was The census of grape growing in the admitted to the Soldiers Home Dan United States shows that 155olllo0 are was a good vocalist and violinist and invested 200780 persons employed and often entertained his comrades with about 400000 acres under cultivation music in camp producing six hundred thousand tons of A paper is in circulationhere asking lcfroca grapes in 1889 the Governor to pardon Hume Clay un- Â¬ Capt O F Meredith reports the follow- conditionally we is think This 18 yearling steers at ing sales Monday neither right nor just One great cause 2150 per head 25 head mountain cattle of anarchy and socialism is the feeling about 1050 pounds at 3i cents per that there is one law for the rich and 75 to 12650 work mules pound another for the poor and because Mr work horses 10 head at 45 to 125 Clay is blue blooded and born iu the Danville Advocate purple is no reason he should have im- Â¬ Court J A Ramsey munity from punishment Winchester Indeed it is Auctioneer reports about 400 cattle on a cogent reason why he should suffer the market Only a few public sales were the penalty of his crime as he was rearmade 31 plain steers weight 950 pounds ed so as to know better His family are 25 extra 1100 150 per cwt amply able to make good for his forger22 plain steers 880 3100 20 plain ies but even should they do this we steers 700 2050 Buyers and sellers doubt the expediency of a pardon It fully 50 cents per cwt apart and mauy would say to the future forger If you were left over unsold succeed in escaping with the proceeds of Land can be bought in Arizona at 125 vour crime it is all right and if caught per acre but then it costs over 15 an all you will have to do will be to refund acre to clear it and provide irrigation In your nl gotten gains and you will be some of the Southern States land already pardoned The majesty of the law is cleared and fenced can be bought for less best upheld by the eertainty that speedy than one half the sum There would and condign punishment will be meted seem no good reason why young farmers out to all criminals whether of high or To day the low degree should want to go west Winchester Democrat south oilers the best opportunity for ier- Row s ho seek a field for agricultural This Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gibbs Bros this county sold to Rice and Fox Bros this week 14 head of yearling mules at 83 per head The B Walker bought of J W Miller for Col Jo Embry of Madison a pair of work mules at 325 Geo Cogar bought for his firm in Danville on last Monday from the farmers who were there from all the adjoining counties 100000 pounds hemp at 425 per 112 lbs This is the price the staple now commands at all the trading points in the interior of the State At the public sale of Mrs Maggie Carpenter in West Lincoln on the 13th Capt English reports the farni had rented privately to T L Carpenter at 700 and the stock sold under the hammer at good prices Brood mares at 140 to 175 horses 60 to 170 work mules 9280 per head jack and jennet stock 250 to 275 wheat 100 rye 65c hay by the stack 1225 to 1525 Lancaster Journal Weekly Crop Bulletin Kentucky State Weather Service in co operation with the U S Signal Service for week ending March 21st 1S91 The weather conditions of the past week have been upon the whole much more favorable agricultural interests than those of the one Warm sunny weather I receding prevailed until Friday when general rains accompanied by a slight cold wave occurred throughout the State While the actual amount of rainfall since January 1st is not greatly in excess of the normal amount the uniformity of its distribution throughout the sea- Â¬ son has kept the soil in a wet condition and in consequence unfitted it for work- Â¬ ing The result is that the season is from fifteen to twenty days late The winter has been a generally favorable one for wheat and grasses which in all parts of the State are reported to be in promising condition Considerable plow- Â¬ ing was done during the pleasant days in the early part of the week hut on low groend the soil is yet too damp to lie worked In favored localities oats Tobacco beds are have been sown being prepared and hemp breaking is Fruit trees have progressing rapidly except in a few sections passed the winter without injury and the prospects foi good crops soon the trees will be Fair Bologna 2 75 3 Fair to Good Feeders 3 25 2 1 75 Common and Thin 2 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 4 oolff 4 Fair to Good Steers 3 751 4 Good to Extra Heifers 2 75 3 Common and Thin Stockers 2 25 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 42 5045 2 Fair to Good ooff i 10 00115 Common Best Veal Calves 6 5 751 Fair to Good 5 25 Common and Heavy 3 500 4 HOGS Select Butchers 4 4 35 Fair to Good Packers 4 10 4 Good to Extra Lights 4 oow 4 Light Pigs 3 75 3 SPRING LAMBS 6 75a 7 Extra 3 oott 00 40 oe 3j 00 00 75 RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond Ky 00 00 00 00 Sanitary Flute -- fa and Gas Fitters WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF 40 30 10 90 00 Gas Fixtures off Every Description INCLUDING tlJrS Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysÂ¬ Chandeliers Brackets Stanards Globes Rnbber Tubing 4c BATU TUBS AND CLOSETS JENKINS GLOBE VALVES best ma SVIIIOXS AND INSPIRATORS HOT WATER B Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and Street Sprinkling You need not go to Cincinnati or other places for vour fixtures for we full stock of the latest designs Our work is done by men who ar Mill supplies to fill all demands delphia ENJOYS Both the method and results when ove RICHMOND PLUMBING 33 7 ILL MBERS TO RICHMOND WATER CO Llli Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I SHOULD SMILE My fur broke open wid sich a sreile an my eyes do wid sich brilliancy Wha- b substitute CALIFORNIA SAM FIG SYRUP CO Ht UOUISVIIU FKAMC13C0 CAL Kt HEW tOHK whaf yo orter bin ai portant problem of de ment am how you k I de rjtiickes IK n B1GGE81 SHOW Der am no need EARF gwine way from de gibin up yo 10 cents for a side show when 0 0 a 5- S 5 3 E a t -I s t a - 3 s 1 g h H GC CD -- 1 I t 9 Boggs Gran1 Openin Show CC e j f I g K 2 g o - oa 5 3 2 o a 1 Ct r De doah am wide open an anoder ding it do not am in progress deman an admishun fee to enter either fur de rush hab compelled de ticket man to git behin de counter to help wrap up de O no 1 - 1 V I I i a 3 S s S w at S- v 2 O V s S PRIZE PACKERGES tur de crowd V I De sites is de grandes an de prices de lowes I eber seed lie do bizness in a gemmanly way but treats yo like to a lady He mus look onard an upard fur his reward fur hi 1 too low to expeck MUCI1 in dis wurld here below Dar am S 9 X- W i 5 E o M - nsj i 2 1 1 MO QUANTITY MO QUALITY MO STYLES AN MO GIT-UP-AN-DUST i s S a- s g 8 3 -- P as in dar dan I eber seed in eny store in eny little one hoss city ffii Show Hou3e am nuly paperd an painted an uderwise perpard an law sakes what a big stack uv NEW GOODS he am receibin t - h ebery day EBERYDING NEW EBERYDING NEAT EBERYDING SERVICEABLE AN CHEAP t 3 5 Z P3 2 a o - wee 3 years old gemman to de great bigges ur mos lastidius pusson in the country Mo Clothes Wy he can sell yo SuitB to fit de WHEAT k FLOUR Mo Boys Mens an Womens Shoes bit F J CHENEY CO prop Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm Wholesale Druggist Truax West Toledo Ohio Walding Rinnan Marvii Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio our flour at all first class groceries for Ask Potts Dnersons Gold Dust Or PURITAN it cant be beat Custom grinding daily We want jour wheat and corn at market prices Yours respectlullv EDGAR C BOGGS 37 POTTS 4 DUERS0N FOR SALE NEXT TO RICHMOND NATIONAL BANK Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu Â¬ I have loo mule colts for sale at reason cous surfaces of the system Price 75c able prices per bottleSold by all Druggists H COLYER 4145 17- - mi com kj aaJ H MONEY wKthtifitarctlf tapWy k T -- kMwiiiWiwa tl fcunMy - w 4 W K Amy W li a - 11U W But Bi It Msa iiii na aaal aiaaa aflar a litala aaiiaa m waa AjmA aihiai aai UTaalodaMaratui f rumvmvuAt - at Taa mm a ta m tla FORRENT The three room up stairs oyer the store rootn now occupied by W B Benn BC BOGOS aaaariraaa Wa aaa ftnajiak jaa wanaili SSa aa afaaita aVa aaaKaqMHtnLUaiava rail panmj TfcMlaaa caki suuj THE CLIMAX Vadaaalay - - - Xkr See tt 1891 lor sate Mr M notice iy Mr J Hill a few da vs will have on hfe and removed within thirty days after written notice by the vendor and that Dick Roberta feU off a treade 4rra all expenses connected with furnishing Tan creek and brake evidence of title and deeds of conveyance A hundred cars rails on the way are to be paid by the vendor OntoBnart Also that a properly drawn diagram baa 1itLMui giving the metes and bounds of the prop- Â¬ See ad ol Bailors livery ruble Seonze erty and showing the streets around the li Myw Manager and pive then a call block in which the property is situated Twenty two cars ol coal have be n sold and a statement in regard to the grades V Kvans from the Three Forks de- character of the ground for foundation BBJB is place Ac must be submitted with the propos-Â¬ If it is any f nee intention to read a pa- al and that the Government reserves the eJe nlllvellfiitein trot per send its title at an early date to the right to reject any and all proposals and tiorsea in front of Foxs stable urday April 18th and they at good Permanent Secretary Dr Steele Bailev that each proposal must be sealed prop- Â¬ Stanford Ky so that the programme erly marked addressed and mailed to wan may be advantageously arrranged Charles Foster Secretary of the Treasury Btont the L 4 X has secured tb K C Reports of the proceedings will be to be opened by him at two oclock p the Ireigbt ratea on coal has been rreatly made by a competent Ftenographer and April 7th I rednced When two roads had to have a abstracts of all papers with the discusAfter the proposals shall have been reÂ¬ whack at it the rate was away up sions will appear at once in the leading ceived and opened at two oclock p u Medical journals - Kister and Miss Mary April 7th 185U an agent of the DepartSun4iv We again urgv you to come ment will be instructed to visit Richniith is ready to furnish you a ectiully mond for the purpose of making a jer bonnet Her trimmer Hill be Davih Bakruw M D sonal inspection of all the properties of She own pies one half Chin Com on Arrangments fered and inch othen a ht may derm ntita Nby Mr M Hill the pvrpoie and submitting his re Ob tar Hack For tight Yean ort as to the relative merits of each pro- Â¬ The unfortunate young man whose The Paris Ice Manufacturing and Coll posal and his recommendations in reganl et forth in the appended mipany filed articles of incorpo I MfUnnli friklll tin WTIvhnctap 1WiTrt thereto V iion here yesterdar Gen After the agent shall have performed crat is a brother of Mr Charley Berkley such duty and his report shall have bean who wa once salesman for Mr Thomas submitted and considered the DEPARTut for Smith thi place and is related to Prof MENT WILL SELECT A SITE and en- Â¬ -- gin work at once Aim J W Harris of the city school and to ter into a contract for the pundiase Dr J W Harris at Union City tuck The same and give all proper instructions in Democrat ne will be found an irtaraat to furnishing evidence of title Tn the Columbia Mo Circuit Conit nd attractive advcrtieeuK nt of deeds of conveyance opinion of the Atlast week Sinnotl Berkley was sentenced Co They Miwrs Voriea ischooineld torney General in regard to the validity r three years for a htsdlj have a select stock of Cloth Â¬ to th of title c 1RS3 The victim ing aad iients Furnishing Goods which murder committed in After the site 6hall have lieen selected was a blai k mitn with whom Berkley had i amine as and title thereto acquired and vested in an altercation concerning the repairing of i ii part oi their duty to the public to estia plow during which the blacksmith was the Dated States plans detailed a-- wcli a sell them goods sbev mates Ac will be pnpared in the Orlu e struck with a club inthe hands of Berkof the Supervising Architect and submitPsMic Speakiag ley a fatal blow being inflicted Berkley ted to the Honorable the Secretary of M Clay will sneak in the was arrested and triad the first trial re- Â¬ the Treasury the Postmaster General sulting in a hu At the second louse Monday week Apr and the Secretary of the Interior for apÂ¬ ail way trial he was sentenced to the enitentiary proval as required by law An appeal was taken and After the sketch plans detailed esti the judgment reversed After spending Ac shall have been so prepared first rap wearing the case out he was mates in and approved the working drawings h K Johnston tried again last week with the result aliove loss of life at sea stated An appeal was again taken on specifications Ac will be immediately commenced and completed as soon as i- relative of the - mnd that the names of the possible n Italians at New Orleans a col- - cuting witnesses were not endorsed on After the drawings and specifications ve new and uiuch other good the indi tment Berkley was formerly shall have been completed the lepart an rlrvt iige Excellent misis a son of John tinty He will advertise for competitive pro urth page Berkley and his mother was a daughter nient posals for the work as required by law of the late Jack Lisle both of this county UUeai and after the receipt of such proposals The Climax last an and Berkley is thus related to a large will no doubt be able to make an award of our iieope in a New number tract for the work and secure the A Sirpise Maria concerning i ommencement of active building opera- had not seen for thirty- elderly lady the subject Tin Repectfully yours ught a nsponse of th n from the Lan- H C McLean-years ago Be ex Mayor Aiting Supervising Architect ooafe in 2h prox feet in dimensions was preferred and if not a corner lot a lot approximating 160 Saciety feet by 130 feet in dimensions the 160 lam Baits Kv March 2nd 1891 feet to be stieet frontage It is my pleasure to announce that the That each proposal must tie made with Thirty ixth Annual Meeting of the the understanding and agreement that if it lcky State Medical Society will be is accepted the buildings and all improve- Â¬ beW in this city on May 27th 28th and ments on the property are to be retained Communicated fine Kntaeky Stale Meiical We trust that every physician will make a reasonable sacrifice to attend this meeting which we promfee will be full of practical interest and high order of work and socially everything will be done for the comfort and pleasure of the members We also invite all regular physicians in good standing in this Commonwealth to ally themselves with this Society and earnestly work for its promotion and suc- Â¬ -- tt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ s- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and human beings are to continue as the source of information so long will newspapers continue to make mistakes But others likewise make mistakes For instance according to Bob Ingersoll there are the mistakes of Moses Again cconung to uie Louisville limes the Is of Mr Smith Speed were so con fident of his appointment as postmaster in Richmond that they did not consider the other applicants And coming still closer home we recall the following mistakes of others from painful experi Â¬ ence within the last month to wit namely viz Ordered a gallon of molas Â¬ ses and the grocer sent only three quarts bought half a dozen nice young hens but upon arrival they proved to be old ones with spurs sent for a load of nut coal and the yard man responded with a load of slushy slack bought a pound of Jackson county maple sugar and it turned out to be store sugar with a little hickory bark juice made up in it a man promised to come in court day and pay his account but didnt come at all a fellow brought his old broken and otherwise dilapidated umbrella with him into the Climax office hut left it and took our good one away with him another man dropped in to write a short puff of himself and carried away our new No 2 10 cent Faber pencil a man went to the post office got his neighbors Climax read it through and forgot to send it home and lastly a show man had some printing done and left town w ith out aying for it The above u perieuced During that time we hap- Â¬ Zie pened to observe the following manu was mistaken for Billy Devore a man went into John McKennas saloon thinking he was going into a newspaper -- next door Congress located a public building in Richmond instead of Paris ioor Bruce Champ a fellow picked up a piece of hot iron at a black Â¬ smith shop nearly red hot thinking it a piece of wotl that would do for whittling and the blacksmith didnt have to tell him to drop it a certain clerk dipped his pen into the niucilae Ixrttle thinking it was ink George Williams put the fire end of a cigar in his mouth but suddenly changed ends a sly man slipied into the cellar and it being a little dark drew a glass of vinegar and took a big swallow supiosing he had tapped a barrel of old rye and so the story iike the broak goes on forever Yet only newspapers make mist ikes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CORRESPONDENCE DO VI EVILLK ctr has been on a boom wth back water thoe Mr Fannie Kh by w very low with a dUeaie of the throat J H WelU of th place ha rented his store to S C Baldwin Son Our Lolla the little girl of J L Griggs is nigh unto death with pneumonia The relatives and friends of Mr Ben White of Fayette are sorry to hear he is bound to die Pneumonia is the disease Mrs Debsy Eades of Fayette who visited her sitter Mrs Cassie Durham and other relttives is also on the sick list Protracted meeting will begin at the Methodist church next Sundav and hold till the quarterly meeting which is the first Sunday in April Â¬ Without a Peer U0RIES SCHOOLFIELD 1 CO CLOTHIERS HATTERS AND GENTS FURNISHERS 213 W MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY MATRIMONIAL Miss Mary E Davis of Lexington and Judge J D Neaie of Scott county were married at the residence of C W Town send on Patterson strcn t Thursday afterRev R T Mathews noon at six oclock Pastor of the Main Street Christian church performed the ceremony in his usual pleasant and happy style Miss Davis was one of Lexingtons most leau tiful and charming young ladies and well rred the heart and hand of one of Scott countys most worthy citizens The marriage was witnessed by a number of the brides intimate friends all of whom sent her nice presents early Friday morning As soon as the ceremony was over the happy groom took his young bride to his home at Great Crossings near Â¬ Lowest Prices cLargest Assortment Latest and Best Styles in Spring Suits oLadies Misses and Gents Fine Shoes isit our store examine our goods learn our prices and we leel assured Respectfully that we can please yon Georgetown Tt anecripl DIE Â¬ VORIES SCHOOLFIELD Dont read Dont think Dont believe Now are you better You women who think that patent med cincs are a humbug and Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription the biggest humbug of the whole because its best known of all does our lack of taiih cure come It is very easy to dont in this world Suspicion always come more easily than But doubt little faith nev confidence ir made a sick woman well and the Favorite Prescription has cure thousands of delicate weak women which mak think that our Precsription is better Were both than jour dont believe Let us come tojrther You try honest It it Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription doesnt do as represented iou get your Our well known countrvman John Burnside Esq who is now in his 79th year is rapidly failing He has been confined to his home for several and his family and friends hat apprehensions concerning his recover v Lancatter Record Gardens Plowed CO B i- Â¬ 1 - - km -- - r left of tin- two BBBntfenSw A J K taiatidearr i The Paris Kentuckian Citixen announc- Ai 1 1111 t late William cohn Miller ol this county was a grand- der of The The Xew riuiEg Mill a mill Ward taper A rs also con lactors ia now in tine running or- ut a great variety of first- K 1 t near the depot con nee ing by fill all order sernent in th s issue Tariff bisenssisa A and friends had done Her ncy of Islington came over last week to heart beamed torth from her delighted isit their relative Dr Wm Jennings kiaaaoTC pleasant evening has who continues ill not lieen enjoyed under a roof tree in The Danville Hop Club gave an enjoy Lancaster for years It is these pleasant able impromptu hop at the Gilcher and unexpected things of life that make Mcold Friday night in honor of MissMattie Dowell of Richmond 1 e and it should be the pleasure of igressman McCreary left on yester li s tke MW Dalian all to give them freely and generously day for Washington in answer to the Mighty bood Profile gram irom the U 8 Marshal summon- to lay a As the Messrs Voriea Mr Schoolfield nn as a witness in the Taulbee- The Tius-r Vaught are fnm Owen county Kincaid wing from the New York Tliat debt and THIN COLUMN hat kind of j aveniect must be Hern grow down in that county levied a tax of Mr White Frost is a clerk at Arlington re a law unto themselves Tin IMS worth of taxable Ixiuisville Does that mean that and did whatever they chose in regard to whi h tax the atutes made and proved guests are liable to get bit what r Mr P B Bnndus is This advertisement appears in a paper When John C Breckinridge ran for Con I have for gress the first time his opponent in the published in New Mexico The Saw Mill Henry Clay was Gen sale a good horse Drives single or home Ijso of Richmond who Indian fighter and double Is good under saddle Sound e district had an everywhere and gentle as a woman a surveyed the Evans addition was in She the horse can trot a n Tuesday making some loeasure- - overwhelming What majority and young tame one one mmtB aiidlhic for the mill company Breckinridge was put up against the old mile P D Q I have tw horse fills my ambition If you want the gentlemen spoken of last week who war horse not with any hope of winning based the entire front of the but merely as a matter of party policy in to buy talk to C L Hubbe men it is stated ing the Democratic organization in Trauslktcd from tbe German by Mr Scbaf addit aanaaavl I iiaie The young lawyer stumped it a capacity of 30- - this district His handsome face and fig Others a At the time that the Argentine Repub- Â¬ ee won the hearts oi lic waged war with Uruguay there was 000 a day and will bring it here and ure and hi- U the Owen county people and they also s fight on the sea in the neighbor l up at once- f Montevideo in which the ship of determined to elect him mt taart When the young candidate returned so the Argentines were driven back will balls nmonwealth cases since last re his home in Islington a delegation from of cheese It happened in this way The cry cm Laura Owen county called upon him and asked supply of ammunition on the head ship of John Tribb e grand how needed from that Uruguay had been exhausted The Lieu- Â¬ uianv larceny 1 year in the penitentiiry Bob county to be elected Breckinridge think- tenant came to the Admiral and said ham malicious shooting and ing his chances hopeless answered cheerThe enemy will not retreat and our James ily that he should need about twenty five cannouballs have all been shotwounding 6 months in jail Have filuasn malicious shooting anc wound- - hundred The delegation withdrew say we no more powder asked the Admir- Â¬ ing 50 fine Talbott Park concealed ing that they could manage it The can al was Powder more than enough iis 25 She and 25 days in j didate did not understand how this could the answer Did we not have some very B Anderson 2 years in the penitentiary iien there were only 400 voters in hard ball cheese at breakfast this morn3 yea bigamy inthe the county However when the returns ing Of course I broke the blade of utiary Sum Francis 1 njonth in came in the vote was How my knife in trying to cut one - Breckin jail The foreRoiax are colon Bb ridge were cast than many balls of this cheese are left malicious shoiting and wound- Â¬ there were men women and children in More than three dozen I wonder if ing 75 fine Frank Dickenson conceal Â¬ the county But there was no one bold they will fit our eighteen pounders ed weapons 25 fine and 25 days in jail enough to investigate The State of We will try them I will go and get re Newby breach of the pea i Owen had spoken its mind and them said the Lieutenant A few minunlawful sale of the political career of John C Breckin- - utes later the bead ship of Uruguay ad- Â¬ fine John Fowler liquor acquitted George Young con- Â¬ I ridge was anchon 1 vanced and began to fire A ball fell cealed weapons not guilty Charles the Argentine Admiral and broke niag tke Piklic Bailt into atothousand pieces which caused the Die kerson theft 2 years in the peniten Â¬ Iifematiaa iS tiary Wm Bell alias Nelson forgery Admiral to letreat immediately The TiiASTRy Department 2 years in the penitentiary Joe Stevens next ball killed two men split up and Office rchitect 5 and costs The feregoinc are white fell on the floor producing a peculiar Wj h 17 1891 cried sound Thunder and Lightning New Past Master Psr Kirbiissd mix Richmond Ay those are peculiar cannon -- In compliance with your request the officers A P iwell was on last Thursday Mr W The balls of the enemy never ate 1 bv the President as Pest Master I have the honor to furnish you with the balls failed Nearly every one proved fatal B Willis following for Richmond to succeed Mr J Act of Congress approved February The ship was covered with a white and He will take possession next week The Argen- Â¬ Ml Powell 24th 1891 authorized the acquisition of a unknown sulistauce Finally the poinUnent is a good one tines examined the new cannoLballs is a capable energetic nian a valuable site and the erection thereon of a public never been heard of before citizen and to improve the matter so far building for the accommodat ion oft he Col- Â¬ That has Of-Â¬ died the Admiral laughing and at the astbe President is concerned is a straight lector of Internal Revenue the Post They are firing at us all wool Republican Among hit compet Â¬ fice and other Government offices in same time angry As That is an insult with cheese itors were some strong men and his sucÂ¬ Richmond Ky and limited the cost of fatal he no man order the site and building at 7oO00 but did the next ball proved even more cess is a compliment oi c uring mment not make any appropriation for carrying gave his men orders to retreat As we remarked last week in which another one of these peculiar can Mr Powells succession to the City out its provisions ing on - aa Act of Congress approved March 3rd nonbails was sent over The ship was the Fourth ward be is late this county This fact that 1391 made an appropriation of 75000 for entirely covered writh cheese which the astonishhe was fsdossml by the G A F led the carrying out the provisions of said Act of sailors and soldiers viewed with believe he was an old Congress approved February 24tb 1891 ment but afterwards picked up and ate In accordance with Uie general practice They were mute and silent for they were er and he is so marked t y the De- having to retreat be- Â¬ partment but be can scarcely recollect of the Department March 5 1891 the filled with shame at of the Treasury author- - fore such projectiles The foregoing is Acting Secretary the war an historical fact Mr Willis has made an excellent Post ized the publication in the Climax and There are those who think that s - Register newspapers of Richmond Ky Master Any improvement in the manof the office is neither necessary of an advertisement for the sale to the newspaper man is the only one in tbe ted States of property centrally and world who makes mistakes That they He is one of tin pro ted for s ate tor the do make them there can be no doubt tors of Hotel Glyndon and his ther specified that a corner and as long as newspapers are edited fore an admirable place in which to dr lot approximating 130 feet front by 130 and the type set by human tings from bis perch in the post offion Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ -I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i j j iin exists at C r and a recent subj was tle tariff Mr Win man not yet thirty is aaMWinai the ground He isa Tit ni gnhaea man ac i put hiru forward for the Leg ritf if the great iue of Mrs Lu The neat cottage r anda Greenleaf on Danville Street has Mr C - Searcy went to Cincinnati lieen partially completed on the site of iay aiding burned some months ago Hon John D White of Louisville ar- Â¬ good tody anxious to return to and the her home moved in on last Friday rived here yestenlav it arranged a HerfrieD B Stouffer Mr J returned last on wanning from a purchasing tour the more Mr Tim Stevenson has gone to Cum Â¬ pleasant because it was unexpected by berland Gap where he is engaged the worthy recipient We arc told that Som Mr J W Colyer attorney-at-laa few friemls engaged her attention in erset is among his old friends here slipped in the whiU one rooru Congressman and Mrs McCreary re- Â¬ back way and set the table fur her which turned from Washington last week filled with the had been litcrallv Miss Stella Chambers of Georgetown At a given signal the usie ti TCart at M F I re thrown open ami she was wheeled in on her inof Lexington Mrs H K Milward valid chair Aladiu was not more sur- - and Mrs Sallie Bosworth of Omaha nor delighted w Len the riches of visited Mrs Sue W Miller this place the mythical cave were revealed than the sea lil lady when she Saw what her Mrs E D Potts and Mrs Judge Den IÂ¬ I personal Mis Henry Forties died near King ston in Madison county Ky on Tuesday March 17th 1891 Joseph Pearson died near Waco in Madison county on Monday March 23d 1891 of pneumonia aged about 50 years Ruins Moberly died near Waco in Ky Madison county on Saturday March ilst l O after an illness of only ten days aged probably 60 years James Noland Jr son of Elbridge and Mollie Thorpe Noland died of pneumo Â¬ nia in Madison county Ky on Tuesday March 17th IflM aged eight years RELIGIOUS Mrs Margaret Mason wife of Rankin Mason Sr died in Madison county Ky Rev W H Neal pastor of the Madiaged on Tuesday March 17th MM son Avenue Baptist church in Covington about 61 years Burial in the Richmond has tendered his resignation to take effect cemetery May 1st Died March 17th 1881 James Noland The trouble in the Fifth Street Chris- son of Elbridge Noland aged eight years tian church Covington has lieen settled The following lines were composed aid Rev Keene the pastor has with- Â¬ by his little cousin Nellie Stansbury drawn his resignation and will continue w bile at the grave with the church to ors JIM Rev John L Smith who was regular Soft sounds of w eptng r of the Ml Pleasant church near Why should we moan What sorrow hath entered Keene in 157 delivered his first sermon This once happy home sunday to the present congregation Ah we have a cause to weep of that church since he gave up its To moan and softly sigh charge thirty five years ago Sirholatville t r one has left his earthly home Journal And gone beyond the sky Yes our little Jim has left us Bro Guerrant quite captured the hearts Gone unto his peaceful rest of the people of Birmingham on his late And now he is sleeping sweetly sleeping The iapers of that city give glow On the gentle Saviors breast ing fi the success of his pr Softly the people gather round ing There were wonderful resu To see our cold still h Ah hes gone away from us conversions of sinners and accessions to To give the Savior joy the church SiduJateille Journal God took our bey away from as centennial anniversary of the The From mother father all BlHmfield Baptist church was held last And he went without a murmur At the loving Fathers call Thursday at Bloomheld Nelson county Oh our Jim how we do miss thee Th church is one of the oldest in the When we see thy vacant place State and was built just 100 year How our hearts are filled with yearning It has been remodeled almost entirely For a smile from thy sweet face n built during that time but the inscriptionBut we know again well see thee -stone A I 17U is still over the Though thou sleepest beneath the sod So we would not now recall thee door Â¬ Â¬ F LWAKniMsER E WALLACE The flew Pinning Mill THE MADISON COUNTY PLANING MILL Thoroughly and reasonably CT 37 Col Wills Â¬ j Bennett H Young is rcpor be a probable candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for Governor If he liecomes a candidate he will make the mono a an WALLACE Proprietors WARDROPER Where proofs so easy can you afford third of the five candidates who is a to doubt member of the Constitutional Conven- Â¬ Is now thoroughly adjusted and in excellent runn r and ia Little but active are Dr Pierces tion work turning out unexcelled Pleasant Pellets gentle vet Best Liver Pill made Littles Barber Shop Removed thorough Thev regulate and invigorate OF HILL WORK DONE TO ORDER George T Little has removed his bar- EVERT DESCRIPTION the liver stomach ana bowels ber shop down street to the house formerCol John S May oi Siiuerset says it ly occupied by Sanders cigar store secSUCH AS- seems t be settled that the C He ond door from Herndons corner Bur- are SO be removed fr invt his old patrons and the public gen pn anil the people are almost panic erallv to call Customers pro inscriptions to the waited upon Everything clean and stricken Â¬ -- Doors ash Blinds Mouldings Lath smoni ive been raised to duce the company to let them remain in- Â¬ class and the best of work done li la Tbe Easter Number Of the New York Ledger issued March Mrs Ameia Barr starts A 2i -- HOUSE NOTES Fifteen head of trotting stock will be sold in front of Foxs stable on Saturday 41 44 18th April at 10 oclock Co of New York City P C Kellogg sold 1000 trotting horse at for an average 1000 per head a total of one million dollars card of Brownmont the excellent stallion of Mr J P Embry near Paint Lick Peruse his pedigree and you will find as good blood as you could wish to see in a stallion Mr J W Farley has two extra fine colts at his place West of Richmond One is a bay filly by imported Kantaka dam Newanna by King Alfonso she out of Margaret Hunter by imp Australian Bay colt by Linden dam Anne Stout by Mr Farley has nine thor-Â¬ Bay Dick oughbred mares and a blooded stallion Clifden and proposes to raise a string of horses that cant be beat Mrs Frances a Scotch serial to Esau Eight Lit Hodg on Burnett contributes George Bancroft Dr Felix tie Princes Good front and back rooms on Main Oswald Wilson de Meza Amy Randolph street tunable for young men Cheap Jean Kate Ludium Anna Sheilds and Apply at 33- Climax office Helen M North also contribute it of G The foot ball team Tbe lawyer Ihivid H Poaasn was shot and killed by Col King at eam for a game fot liall The Memphis last week was known t chalk of our older citizens He was wounded game will le played on ti at the battle of Perryville and afterwards grounds on Friday April 10th taken to Squire Murtin McFerrana Kuobh for Kent Ha where he remained four weeks anil was then only eighteen Four nice rooms for rent in McKee had a very attractive disposition -ibuilding over W A Powells clothing Idic From thy happy heme with God house corner Main and First streets Suitable for offices or bed rooms Apply Rrsolutiois of Kespert Fine Millinery MKS E BURGIN to 31- of the Waco Lodge At a called meeting Miss Mary Spencer Smith has opened At the Partmouth iN EL Athletic A M held at their Hall a firtclass Millinery Store at No No 338 F 214 Saturday Guv t March 23nl MM to pay the last sad West Main Street next door to Shackeltribute of love and respect to our worthy ford Si Gentrv She assisted by an ex George of Meriden put the The follow- perienced trimmer from Chicago brother Rufus E Moberly llf inches breaking the record which has stood at ing resolutions was ordered to be spread 44 on the minutes and to be published in W P Baxter painter and pap r hang C Wickliffe who John both of the county papers also a copy promiently in the Mafia trouble at New er does the best work See him and get to lie sent to the family of the deceased 29- Orleans resided in Nicholasviile from a good job vi 12 and was railroad agent for A Minor Griswold Utter known as Rewind That in the death of Bro R the Cincinnati Smthern at this - lddenly at The Fat Contribut E Moberley our Lodge loses a high and He also practiced law here at intervals He ygan Falls Wis Saturday member His family loses a faithful married Miss Sallie Koane Mattingly kind husband and father The church a daughter of Mr J M Mattingly Jecd was editor of Texas Sifting true member and the community a who was at one time Sheriff anil repre KiadergarftB most excellent citizen sentative of Jessamine county J icioos- Miss Florence Hood will receive pupils Retolred That the Lndge room and rille Journal in Kindergarten basement of Christian members display the usual emblems of A nice Cottage of six rooms Situated Church on and after MonJav January mourning for thirty davs 5th 1S00 She has just completed a specC L Skabct on Fifth Street for sale Applr to ial course in a Cincinnati training school D ZrrTLB Edwin Brows 41- Min-ville Â¬ 1 Â¬ istics of the Post office Ieiart ment show that out of the -dential post offices in existene March 1 1891 only 90 have ha change of iiicumtients during the two n years of the Harrison Adi Shingles Rough and Dressed Lurnber Our mill is immediately on the K C Raili aritch mi and eossunuakal pot ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED WE AUK ALSO CONTRACTORS 4asFIl you have a 41- v AND v BUILDERS ------- - ik AilMtiwi mo m 11 AmMAWm 17 -- - ANNOUNCEMENTS FOB CIRCUIT COCBT CLERK - BiWHTTlflnt 1905 MASOARI AMD RtGISTEKEK To the people ot SI I acaudidrby annon flee ot Clerk subject lo il e action of the lmoertlc puny w hile tt Is tru oflli e sat lerk ar eral years this I me so datlea of t I Dark browr ed May foal WT Sired ey iLlracat 33- - ut slr gratefully W II MILLER TIloRPK JK bject Clerk of it St- lo tbe action of th Democratic party of Speedwell Is a Ii ti FOVELI li f ltrE date otue acltou of the t THIS ermtlc lartv HORSE is getter show a Midwav tr brothers he shows the heas tail ol 0 and is ai winner and Afl NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 10 Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Remaining unclaimed in the Post OrRce at Richmond Kv for the week ending March 24th 1891 Brown Will Am Million B L r Charles Mrs Bro Cambcll Ann Miss Mosbv J D Newl Cobb Palmer Kate I TI Parks Amanda Mrs Kincan ftanaaia Eisenschmult W P Peyton IJ Gentry Uoioe Harcourt E J Mrs Smith W i L A Harris Calev Miss Taylor J L White Jake Hill Lulie I Woosley Iven Klopper Jake Post Oltice hours from 6 a m to 7 p m Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a m to f p m I Inl James Lyeins 2S- Stanford lavrstBfBt i - He is the sire of thirty seven in the list inclu i dam imbn no Chief Jr NEWS PARAGRAPHS An interview with State Treasurer Hale by a Frankfort representative of the Louisville Times develops the fact is that the eraud old Commonwealth about out of funds As to the cause the Treasurer said that this early scarci ty of funds was due to an unprecedented demand for money that besides the regular expenses of the Government the convention delegates employes and others connected with that body nad drawn out nearly 200000 and added that he thought the delegates would see a deficit before they left here Kichard Finn stupified with drink fell asleep on the track of the Kentucky Union Railroad near Three Forks City and was decapitaed Finn who was employed on the boom at Three Forks City got drunk and wandered along the track of the Kentucky road to a point half way between Lumber Point and the city w here he Jay down on the track in a cut on a short curve to sleep prop- Â¬ ping up his head with his elbow The uufortunate mans head was cut off and rolled down an embankment into a pool of water Finn came to Kentucky from Michigan Policeman George Shackelford left Tuesday afternoon for unknown parts and it is probable that he has gone to stay He sold his horse and drew bis savings from the bank before he left It is also said he mortgaged his house near the cemetery for 700 representing to his wife that tbe proceeds were to be used for the erection of s new house on a lot he had just bought He leaves a wife and five small children with little means of subsistence He owed John Men 50 for rent and bought a suit of clothes on credit from W H Ecton A Miss Grace Co just before leaving Thompson a seventeen year old girl with whom he is said to have been in- Â¬ timate left on the next train and it is supposed she is with bini Winehetter Hon John M Palmer Senator elect from Illinois bom in this county He was born in 117 and his father left here for Christian county when the subject of this notice was an infant but few of the old citizens remember him Ir S F Gano informs the Times that his mother was a sister of the late Gov Jas F Robinson He was named for John M Robinson a brother of the Governor at one time Senator from Illinois w Â¬ Georgetown Time In the interest of collectors The Art Amateur is cataloguing the works of Meissonier in this country The editor publishes a list of seventy three pictures and asks every one who thinks he owns a painting or sketch of the great Frenchman to send him particulars about it tt The finance committee of the Tennes- Â¬ see Senate has made an adverse report on the proposition to make an apÂ¬ propriation for a Tennessee exhibit at the Worlds Fair The Nashville Amer ican expresses regret at the action of the finance committee and urges the Legislature to make an appropriation It Of course it is folly to seek an says extravagant appropriation but it seems to us that it is short sighted wisdom and false economy to object to a reasonable proposition of this character Â¬ Hie New Intlepenlent newspaper Mo S S Brandt of Montgomery removed from Winchester to writes Please send me a bottle of Quinns had Ointment I have used it lor capped Grayson Carter county Hock WindpufTs and Thoroughpin with Would not be without it great success Cske Far Sale tt in mv barn An excellent quality of coke for sale a Price Elza Goodpaster aged about twenty the new gas works M N DRIGGARS Supt four years and unmarried wao drowned Richmond Water and Light Co at the Water Dell nail dam two miles 40- east of Owingsville Monday afternoon of Joseph A Howard has been appoint ioodpater was attempting last week ed Postmaster at Lexington to succeed to cross Slate creek in a skiff which Mr McChesney was much swollen and running very rapidly and when he got into the cur- Â¬ Ik you want to buv a Sulky Surrey rent his boat became unmanageable and Baggy or Carriage call on Donelson for he was whirled down the stream and he as the latest best and cheapest over the dam Jft tiierluig Advocate Mrs Frankie Tipton aged 90 years Donelson has a quantity ol new Sul- died of measles in Lee county last week kies Surries and buggies of the newest and most popular patterns and at very SITE FOB PROPOSED PUBLIC BlILD- INti WANTED reasonable figures ritherspoon len veai j JBR vaicr nner He rformers mers Treasurer 120 a has 57 sons that hjv are 31 Â¬ B WILLIS pm 3 1st dam is by Mam- BR e head of the grt brino We brood mare family in the world nd in the veins of Brownmont the blood of Hambletonian Mambrino Chief and Pilot Jr backed up by s strong in- - 1 5- Â¬ Hew - Livery - Stable BROWNMUN 1 has been in Georgia ince he was three years old and has had no track work and no ch met in the send n Kentucky he should make a great stock horse season at my stables 2 la miles from Paint Lick and 2 miles from Stoat Creek at BROWNMONT 5- Gurdion Conkling of Glenns Falls has sold his Electioneer stallion Gov Stanford to a New York horseman for 15000 Leok TsYsar Una laterest Every one in the South interested in or knowning of the proposed starting of any new manufacturing or mining enterprise whether large or small or of the extensions of factories or mines now in operation or the erection of large buildings would benefit himself as well as he South generally by sending particulars to the Manufasturers Record of Batimore That paper has for vears made a business ol reporting every new manufacturing concern from a cotton gin to a furnace every new mining company and every bank started anywhere in the South This information is read by thousands of people all over the United states and is often republished by hundreds of other papers that look to the Manufacturers Record for information about this section The result is that every new enterprise and the town in which it ia located are widely advertised without cost and great good often results In this way the wants of Southern manufacturers who wish to buy machinery ate made public and catalogues of all macinery in their line with prices c are received and they are thus enabled to select the best machinery at the lowest co t The Manufacturers Record invites all information of this chracter and every body in the South should take an interest in seeing that that journal receives tlie earliest notices that can possibly be given of such new enterprises or of the enlarge Â¬ ment of those now in operation Washington DC US Trxasvry Depart March 5 olr 1S91 new 20 to Insure a Mare in foal 41 The IolaasisB Cyclopedia The Colcmbian Cyclopedia is the new name and new form of what has here thfore been know a Aldens Manifold Cyclopedia and which has won gieat popu- Â¬ larity by its high merit combined with its amazingly low price The Columbian Cyclopedia will comprise 32 volumes of about 800 pages each the Manifold was 40 vols of 640 pages each being about equal in size to Applctons Cyclopedia and about 50 per The entire cent larger than Johnsons set will contain about 7000 illustrations it is very handsomely printed and bound and like the Manifold is almost fabulously cheap the entire set being furnished in cloth binding for 2 00 with easy installment terms to those whose want them Of course subsciptions to the Manifold Democrat will be completed in uniform style with the Toarist the early volumes delivered Whoever is interested in cyclopedia Whether on pleasure bent or business should take on every trip a bottle ot Hyrup will do well to secure free specimen of Figs as it acts moat pleasantly and pages of the Columbian which may be effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels had by addressing The Columbian preventing fevers headaches and other Publishing Co 393 Pearl St New For sale in qoc and York or 242 Wabash Ave Chicago forms of sickness it ioo bottles by all leading druggists Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sealed Proposals will be received to be openeJ at 2 oclock p m April 7 for the sale to the United States of suitacentrally and conveniently ble property located for a site for the public building authorized by Act of Congress Approvth and March 3rd iSqi ed February A corto be erected in Richmond Ky ner lot approximating 130 ect front by If 130 feet in dimensions is preferred not a corner lot the property must ap- Â¬ proximate 160 feet bv 130 feet in dimensions the 160 feet to be street frontage Each proposal must be made with the un Â¬ derstanding and agreement that if it is accepted the building and all improvements on the property are to be retained and removed within 30 days after written notice by the vendor and that all ex Â¬ furnishing evipenses connected with dence of title and deeds of conveyance Each are to be payed by the vendor proposal must be accompanied by a prop- Â¬ erly drawn diagram giving the metes and bounds of the property and showing the streets around the block in which the also by a written property is situated statement in regard to the grades character of ground for foundation etc The right to reject any and all proposals is re Â¬ served Each proposal must be sealed marked Proposal for the sale of property for a ite for the lublic Building in Richmond Kentucky and addressed and mailed to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iii Buggies -- Harness Trim J P EMBRY have come and our Emperor Wilkes I 1 We propose to furuis Hid limits of all Kii 50 27- - at reasonable rates Ilorses boarded week or month by the day Will make a limited season at the Fair Grounds Stables prior to going into training at Â¬ to Insure a Marc In Foal Horses Bught and Sold Teams for huuling of every kind ICO TO XVSTJSX lOTJro 00XT If you want the George Wilkes Mam Â¬ brino Pate hen Star and Pilot Jr com Â¬ bined and pure in one cross you can get it in no other stallion alive at any price EMPEROR WILKES is a blood bay ands high pure gaited and a race The only one of his three foals horse sold went to Mr Daniel of Massachu Â¬ setts at 1000 cash in February last lire ther to the Sired by W rest Guy Wilkes and sire of Attell isl dam Pilot Anna by Pilot 105000 of Chabies Foster 39 42 Secretary of the Treasury Washington D C sWNew Stable on Irvii between Strcond and Third G J R BAILEY a MYBS Mngr 14 grass No responsibility for accidents or escapes arid liens retained for service on j all colts OH Richmond I 39 52 Iayy Crockett 3rd dam thoroughbred Jpi Mares kept St 3 per month on OLIVER PLOWS A FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH I JIpht of the Blvthe little lithe little daughter of mile While with thee ranging Sure Tm exchanging Sixty of my yoara for six years like thine Wings cannot Tie with theti Lightly I fly with thee Gay as the thistledown over the lea Life is all magic Comic or tragic as thou playest it dally with me Played Floating and ringing Tby merry singing Comes when the light comes like thut of the birds List to the play of it This Is the way of it Alls in the music and naught in the words Glad or grief laden Schubert or Haydn Ballad of Erin or merry Scotch lay Like an erangel Brought from sky nursery stealing away Surely I know it Artist nor poet Guesses my treasurer of Jubilant hours S rirows what are theyf arer or tar they Vanish in sunshine like dew from thf Cowers Years I am glad of them J that I had of them More and yet more while thus mingled with thine Age I make light ol it m not the sight of it Times but our playmate whose toys are diriae I morning Darling of dawnlns The water la aalt Lota of feller wont believe it when rust toia m they find out by tasting KENTUCKY STATE NEWS Â¬ Its moren a thousand miles to tother shore and there are hills at the Six more bowa Seme baby angel bottom of the ocean over fifty feet high Its a beautiful sight to see them waves rolling in Any one of em would upset a washtub quickern wink I used to think the foam on top was cotton-battin- g or wool bat it aint It comes from a sort of saleratus on the bed of the ocean A good many ships have gone down beneath the dark blue wave and I alius use ocean water to scald my bogs in If I have time to cart it It starts the bristles quicker Six cold stony stares but no bows Neednt be afraid that the ocean will ever dry up said the man in a halting way evidently nonplussed by our silence No one answered Theres a tide twice in twenty four hours The object of it is to carry dead Tukbe arc 2309 sob unions in the Fanners and Laborers union In Kentucky with a total membership of nearly 125000 A bed of cannel coal has been found near Hartford Ohio county THE NEW GROCERY FIRM Work has been commenced on the new building of the turf club at Lex -- HERHD0N ington It is to be of pressed brick HIGGINSfinÂ¬ HH -- A D RUFF irarw SE0CEE7 WCToduBrD 111 T W HlEglnson SITTIXG DOWN ON EDL The Unfortunate Man Who Seeks to Do the World a Favor HERE is I I f man whom the world never gives half a show and c sort one SHACKELFORD Haiware Tnware wooaenware i OH GA XjIC BY vv DEALERS IN ALL KIND- - OF GENTRY mmm 1 trlassasssL TlSftafaT iTtJ X5- House n ocas x i yv ni same time the very man who seeks in the goodness of his heart to do the world a favor have frequent ly met him and he is at the yvrr 61X COLD BTABES NO BOWS cats off the shore Better write that down afore you forgit it have i T offered h m no direct encouragement Vinv alwnra BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering d Kv Marsh I Workers in Sheet Metal of 1890 W A POWELL FARLEY THE ONLY CORNER HOUSE CLOTHIER IN RICEffiOND NER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS EVERYTHING IN TEE COR- Â¬ KEEPS LINE OF CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING Underwear Hats Gloves Valises Unibellars Gall And See My Goods A costs you nothing to look through my choice stock be pleased and I am sure you will ao W A POWELL TWADQTJAIKTED WITH TEX GEOGRAPHY CT TEX COTJUTRY WILL OBTAIjS MUCH TALUAEIX IXF02MAT1GR FECM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF m UAH I been his friend and well wisher At midnight one night ns a train rolled olonp toward Buffalo w ith All Kinds pie inat least eighteen out of twenty peo my sleeping car sound asleep the manwho wanted to do us a f aver sudden ly began to play on a harmonican from an upper berth At about the second screech everybody was awake and such expressions as these were flung about that car with great recklessness Wheres that idiot Somebody kill him What on earth does this mean Say porter brain that lunatic The music was stopped and the mans feelings were deeply wounded When One of he oldest houses in the row quieted down so that his voice could be heard he said I am awfully sorry about it but I Kentucky ke i variety ol assure you that I only had the good of others at heart I couldnt get to sleep UGHT IKON lor black and thinking the rest of you might be rolling about and wondering when we smiths WHEELS SPOKES were going to run off in the woods or drop through a bridpe I thought Id KIMS and other supplies for soothe you to slumber This is the thanks I get for it Not another blamed n makers Best nak e if you lie awake all n ght I could realize his position and clear- Â¬ FARMING IMPLEMENTS Fine ly discovered his motive and it made me real sorry when a Chicago gravel roofer in the berth opposite shook his f GUNS and AMMUNITION fist across the aisle and said he could or FIELD SEEDS would and should lick any man on earth who broke in on hirn when he was dreaming of signing a contract to LINE of HARDWARE and gravel roof all the worlds fair build- Â¬ brands of STAPLE GROCERIES ings lot of us were seated on the stone A parapet at the brink of Niagara falls SALT LIME and CEMENT at the extreme end of Prospect park There had been such expressions as Mad rush of waters racing to tfSsf Coine to the house where swift rah to destruction death your lathers and grandfathers and the mighty power of niture and everybody had relapsed to silence and bought their goods hall a centorv was probably wondering how many miles an hour he could paddle a sand barge against such a current when the man who had our interest at heart arrived He was a little out of breath having started two minutes late but ho at once proceeded to say Some of Ladies and gentlemen you nay think that this is canvas painted to represent water the same as coes or to John Fariev ut I honestly assure you on 1 It isnt Others of you may think it is water squirted down here from the orks but that ke It comes right out of tha river up there and them rocks there is I No answer Wall all right Some folks dont seem to want to learn anything If they dont they neednt Ive done my duty and if folks dont appreciate it they can go to Halifax I met just another such man at Lu ray Va He was from Rhode Island I had just come out of the caves when he beckoned me aside and whispered Dont carry away any erroneous im- Â¬ pression of this great natural wonder How do you mean Why you probably imagine that it was dug out by a syndicate It wasnt It was formed by nature Is that possible Yes and them bats in there Is real bats and not made up out of cloth Dear me And this mountain is the real solid thing and not painted on cloth and hung- up to deceive the people How you talk I thought you might go away feel- Â¬ ing that you had beca imposed upon and perhaps feel bad about it and so I thought Id tell you Everything here is genuine even to the darkness in the M Quad in Detroit Free Press cave The Man with the Toothache Have you ever noticed the antics of a man with an ulcerated or badly decayed tooth that transforms his whole exist He ence into a horrible nightmare will r tain hour he will have it jerked out and is inclined on his nervo tocoii finds it But v ll an important en very conr gagement cant possibly be broken ury and buys and a little vial of ter and dentist fly out then all th 1 the con of his mind ok upon dition when he the dentist as a wholly unnecessary ad-Â¬ junct of society Dut the ache comes with it a new back the r xt rt without delay Then out cemes tho creosote bottle and mora tooth tinkering and he in a free and independent citizen AU these however only post pone his fat The inevitable is sure to come pnd it will be all the more ter go at painrul f hire pull once to th out or mend the offcading member and stop the shock that a sore txth is sure Â¬ -- tit I W L FAULEY to gr iost 1 CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PBiETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES STRAWBERRIES tbple IHsransed at the Meeting of the Ohio Horticultural Society The Ideal Strawberry Row was ono subject discussed E II Cushman rawberry row had iid the no been discovered but Use nearest approach we eould make to it was to contrive to have the plants use all the jTound and not crowd each other Ho fluted inrowsoj IS feet apart and set the plants every inches In July he let some runners start and let two plants set an each side of the plants set rn the Bprinff All other runners were row pi ve very krpt olr Thi hie labor See fruit but tool contrived by his father for cutting runner It was a hoe with AEOUT with stone trimmings It will be Â¬ ished about July 1 TnEBK are 101 life prisoners in tha Kentucky penitentiary Thirty five sheep were killed the other day for a Boyd county farmer hy the neighborhood dogs The total value of property listed for taxation in Hopkins county isf3076014 There are 315800 acres of land in the county A company is leasing land in Ander- Â¬ son county supposed to contain veins of lead The commissioner of pensions has appointed Drs R C Howard and F E tirace examining surgeons for the pen Â¬ sion bureau at Kirkmansville Ambitiois Paducah made an effort to secure a date from Sarah Bernhardt but Sarahs demand of a 2500 guarantee gave the local manager a shock The city is unwilling to issue bonds for the purpose of seeing Sarah Negotiations are going on between the officials of the Hartford and Fords vilie Railroad Co and a St Louis syn- Â¬ dicate and the prospects are that the road will be built in the near future At 49 Eleventh street Covington is a boardinp house where about a dozen railroad hands stay The other day they were paid off and during the night some one chloroformed them and stole all the money in the house amounting to over 200 The men awoke at about 9 oclock next morninp A new trial was refused Evan Shel- Â¬ by of Paducah convicted of murdering and robbing Mrs Sallie Moore four years since and he goes up for life The banking house of Theodore Schwartz fc Co Louisville unexpected- Â¬ ly went to pieces the failure including also the well known tobacco firm of that name The bank was one of the oldest in the state eing in existence for nearly a century In the Christian circuit court George Murphy Joe Leavell and ieorpe Mrif ley three colored men were tried for the murder of George Huttlt dgecolored last fall and were each sentenced to the penitentiary for life Patents issued for Kentuekians Jaret W Denton Henderson scraping and grading machine Thomas Saxton as- Â¬ signor of one half to W J Yanderhoof Lexington hand printing device J C Stamp Louisville boiler When the Paris post office was opened the other morninp the safe was found blown open and its contents gone The burglars got 1000 in money and stamps The registered mail was un- Â¬ touched John Blew has just been sent to the Frankfort pen to serve a life sentence for the murder of the Foster family twenty five years ago Dr J T Matson a prominent phy- Â¬ sician of London died of pneumonia E W Mkrritt of Hopkinsville sued for 10000 for breach of promise by In-Â¬ dia Hays has compromised by paying 800 and an agreement to support the child Lancaster wants a canning- factory and the Record thinks it would help the farmers Murray would like to find a man with capital and nerve enough to put up an opera house Lincoln county will probably sell its poor farm and try a new system of car- Â¬ ing for its paupers Col R P Pepper will remove his famous stables from his old location near Frankfort to one of his farms in Scott county Fulton is not meeting with much en- Â¬ couragement in her electric light pro- Â¬ ject Only eighty five lights have been subscribed for and it will take 200 to establish the plant The skating rink craze has broken out in Iniontown The Idaho fever has caught several Garrard county farmers The Hardin county fair offers a 1000 purse in a trot A Congregational church has been organized at Lexington by colored peo- Â¬ ple The southwestern Kentucky medical association will meet in Paducah on Tuesday and Wednesday May 12 and 13 Strothkr Banks of Hopkinsville badly beat up School Teacher Cox Cox whipped his boy Matilda CoTCB a colored woman of Hopkinsville said to be 100 years old was run over by a freight train receiv- Â¬ ing injuries that will prove fatal One lop was amputated The report from every wheat raising county in the state is that the crop is lookinp will A li family were poisoned by di miik that had n v m1 til -1 free-for-all -e Main St below First STAPLE AND FANCY- - Groceries mmm Glassware Wcadnware Staple and Fancy rc WITCH HIKER JEWELER M Queensware Glassware Tinware Hardware LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CANNED GOODS Watches Now is the time DEALER DI Woodenware Hilver and A 4c4c Clocks Jewelry of vear for you to purchase LAI Plated ware etc Hpeoial attention given to CANNFJ FIELD SEEDS Clover Timothy and all other Field Seeds at lowest cash price GOODS FETTINQ DIAMONDS Tobacco and Cigars We NTRT lii rhr K- AND OTHER PKECIOUS STONFS Will lay ill Country Produce REPAIRING tromptly done and in a wf to bo PRODC I At the Highest Market Price COME and SEE US HiaQINS 39 tf- iihirk t pric workmanlike your - Butter maimer en Feathers Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver buy yr ur iroeeriea from u I - OlUt k HKRNDON 9T Dont to the Font 30- forget the place office Kiclnioiid Ky next door v-- WCTQDDERC - yronMm ANTEEi M A0DvafN l3009cn x 200 i bbsvB IJVasaiBBBl GORMLEY has n II CHICKEN Cholera Cure assssssskwsssssW R9 LiiOl FOR wsmsL MBS k I I MasssS oP GENjPtS I V 2fln nwlHrBtl 5175 It aM UOIFS BOys WfVAVJM M MaaV jflSK 75 liilOrl FINEST LINE OF jhP 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 positive cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for It is guar one hundred chickens anteed 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 Â¬ W L DOUGLAS aTS ll s4 sC and hr Pcal- - ranted and Wl no UOIULAS stamped on bottom Uracktan Address Him BoMby Saddlery AM JACK FREEMAN PowersHagan DRUGGISTS kting RICHMOND Horse On lb Corner Main and First KICIIMON D Street HAS EVER HAD FOR SAIR BY KENTUCKY Broods M J0URH1L EENTTJCST THE C00RIER L0TJ1SV1LLE PRESCRIPTIONS WCGormIeyCo day and 1891 carefully compounded night by an experienced physician and pharmacist SEASON 1891 Weekly Subscription Rates Dailv and Sunday 1000 a year Daily without Sunday 8 00 a vear Sunday 200 a ear 1 00 a ycir The Weekly Conrier Journal Has the largest circulation of anv Democratic Newspaper in the United States and proposes to double or treble its already large circulation ai Ja H B o DRUGS p o- splendid High Arm Sewing Machine or a Gold Watch Absolutely Handsome Free Fu particulars in Weekly Journal Send Sample copy free for one Address W N HALDEMAX Prest Courier Journal Co LoiisvnLK Ky 39 42 Courier-- flUn U nW l 7 GiviJiaAa7 Each aai Every Day to some ore a Medicines Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS c VATICAN V 11308 NOTICE who has been work- Â¬ ing for Mr S L Midkiff the past season is now in business with Mr James Allman and they are prepared to do all kinds of work such as is done in a first class shop Mr on the shortest possible notice ONeill is a first class workman and makes a specialty of HORSE SHOEING Mr S L Midkiff says that ONeill is the best horse shoer he ever saw Thev are also prepared to do all kinds of CARRIAGE work general farm work Sic We have not got a three story shop but we have ample room to accommodate our custoGive us a call mers Shop on Main st adjoining C T Foxs Livery Stable as record 1 record race sire of Milt exhibition mi 1 old sire of Light Hi 25 at record 2jo at 2 rs oid ir e mile tri oU racr 1 yr rn Vara McGregor - Mr P J OXeill POWERS HAGAN THK SEAT OF MOTION IftsgtL Jw6 AVS-H-4- PU NEW SULKIES wry lt t e My vehicles are nil new uud of the t jallerii they are foi ile WE KEEP AND - ile most reasonable lesms If yon want a vehicle come and M e tile and you wont g home without one on 5 WAGON BLACKS MITHING wood ITB ALL WOOL JOHN DONEION rand r AND STEAIGUT SPOTTED COW AS A ni m DFor Â¬ real and true rocks l 72 Pills ilOO Jt C atfVS I a Bffaajsll X SJa Jatam 4i4 MMiyfflasiayMj 4Rv O1 i THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND Including1 PfiCtFiS RAILWAY Iieaie of the Pr main lines branches and extensions East and Tfest of the Missouri River To all points Bast North and Northwe3t n ou K City to Rock Island Davenport Des Moines Chicago a LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthington Siou town MinaeapoJt St Paul and Intervening towns and ehort direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points coivcrfnnir at City It also constitutes LITHOSINH the iddr 60 Doses f 2O0 Cincinnati k ne in B Bi It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and grazing LcnvorlG forming- the speediest mort popular and ceo transportation to and from all cities towns nd sections in orado an - the Indian TerritorR clming C Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge City and Palace Sleeping- Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson - THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RVER - Dr J T LEE 91 Woodburn Av 30 20 In n of REMOVAL I HAVE MOVED MY MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS I reading all competitors In splendor of equipment cool In sumrier war by steam from the locomotive in winter w ted and fre from e leave Kansas City and St J ost rival of trains fniu Southeast vritL elegant Day Cc Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING Denver Colorado Sp ingrs and Pueblo making- stope only at lnportant in s at tervening Btations In Kanaae and Colorado Superb west of Kansas City and St Joseph is deals IX seasonable hours and at moderate pr Â¬ con--tatio- Blacksmith Shop to rny new building on Tlvrd Strret where I hae eyery facility for doing the best of work more rapidly than ever be fore Will be pleased to see all my old patrons and many new ones jpTRememler I havemoced to Third ine and North Streets 11- S I M1DKIFF Â¬ THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE Macitou Pikes Peak the Garden of th Gods Cascade Green Mour try Idaho Springs the mountain parks mining camps and c ig and flshing grounds and seer cetlbule Express Trains are eouipped with every modern impi can add to safety convenience comfort and luxunouti en o make close connections at tormina cities in Colorado di ith the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Lruc Vexaa and Fort Worth and all other diverging li ickete Maps Time Tables Polders copies of the Wostern Trail ni1 monthly or further duaired inorm- 1 fl JOHN AGO ILL JOHN SEBASTIAN Oeal Ticket ft Past Ages la y - t DR G W EVANS G WEVANS JR GW M Evans Son ESTATE MIS AND COLLECTORS RICHMOND -- use m m m ffer m and for sale in Third the i ktreet car line G W PICKCLS three rooms Witch vr All in good KY the Stem Thrasher for Thrasher traction Separator Tern ciiBs W hora e1 nd tate and give att Keal EsUt nd general collection in all List yoar property at once rnary catalouge Kirksville Ky was in the line of the handle like a spade It was kept sharp and in the hands of a careful person did nicely W W Farnsworth said it was easy to Ra Th Doctor Let me feel your pulse tart an ideal row but quite another ay you infernal lunkhead I can Sutterfy aah Is Mr Cardaway He planted knock your eyebrows off in about four thing to keep it so peahs V beat d hardes Jess whar d5 In the spring seconds in rows 3i feet brick done struck Judge Yon can part and Is it possible But what runners kept the have I dnc I aint the feller what off as long as he dared It was AKiUrl I called you a liar diflicult to teU hen to just A I see by the papers that in Kan Â¬ Durn your buttons but what did allow them to grow the object being sas the yield of corn is forty to the acre you come here and break in on my med- - to put it off as long as the season would Isnt that rather remarkable permit and still get plants of sufficient B Not at bil atij H tjcems tc rae itations for For your own good I didnt want maturity to bear fruit next season If that itpv la upside down Upside dowul What do yon mean you to go away thinking this was some It turned dry after midsummer it was Yes My experience is that the yield illusion got up to beat people out of difficult to get a good stand and if it tiaetr money That water there is just was wet then too many plants started is about iorty acres to the corn Get off my foot please Texas Sifting as real as the water in j our weU to He cut runners with sheep shears Henry Young planted in double rows home I know It Ive scooped some A Modern Improvement of it up in a cup Come right down here eighteen inches between the rows and Mow s this Dauber Youve paint eighteen inches between plants He and Ill prove it Wt a space of three feet between each ed Father Time with a mowing machine I heard that fat man growling and instead of a scythe blowing and telling what he would do pair of rows This space was cultivated Thats all right We artists of the with a horse while a hand wheel hoe and I know that good hearted man was run in the narrow spaces The modern school keep up with Inventive went away from us vowing that he Munseys Weekly progress would never put himself out for his fel- - picking was done in the wide spaces A Uoomnuf low beings again I followed after him to thank him and to let him know that That was a mean thing Bronsons I appreciated his sacrifice but I could wife did DOUBLE ROW not overtake him What was it You get a splendid view of the sea ss Taught their little boy one of his from the board walk at Manhattan fathers poems and now Iirooson hears beach Coney island Six of us sat on it all day long N Y Sun one of the benches there one day and 2 si Bound to Be a Sneecm we a You can do a Charley Sawyers play is hound to be great deal of thinking down by the sea G0UBU ROW a success if you ar You can begin Why are you so sanguine about It at the hotel on the beach with its Well you see Charley has just de v no dogs charges of five Fig 8 n Youngs double row system k out past allowed and gracrpaccs 3 foot and 1 feet alternately plants IS cided not to play the leadiig role Judge lams in surf the Inches apart ailing maned waves the An 7 to ths Fatore idmitted light and air to the np an e sailing I dont see how you can be pleased of the season plants that at over the bjnes of dead men etc the narrow space at the idea of your brother marrying We ujjrhto her Shes so fast and harum scarum ot being trampled came a Long Island farmer pood wif than the wide one She cs at and t 11 make such adelightful had some mellow the hotel kitchen He wanted us to go 6oil at all year Planted in chap horce and tell a straight story and so this way a be bear t lnforced Abstinence he saluted us in a pleasant way and a full crop for three year All runners Do you play the banjo remar Parmer t when there are any people fferent oceans around all tackled up and can the Atlan is one very funny They wont let me Fuck own on a at Lent although it is a sol Â¬ wont forgit it emn hat roe of since 1 can remem- en a man goes myp ir nt he is called loctar Mush u good for childx Dont go away carrying with you a false idea of this great and stup rk of nature Its all wool and straight ai a spotted cow His speech seemed to hurt most of the people Instead of waiting to inquire pot mad and a fat into his tm man from Ilurrisburg beckoned him aside shook his fist under his nose and Cushmans strawberry rows 3 feet plants IS lnca upart In row Four lant set in flints allowed to root the spring making a narrow quadruple row the shank straiphtened so the hoe blade 1 I Fig snart fuEv 3v47 ALLMAN ONEILL HARDWARE Red Jim public trial 137 ex sire of Belle Vara record in a race of Liht Hall of Venice yearling 34 sire l June I I beaten by Queen B e of Brown yrs old that is able to trot a colt of his age Hi TERMS 100 cash with the of breeding two seasons in cas Vasco and Vatican are almi brothc ie sire ot the year old race record and Vatican Ibt year old race record BH 35 46 1 rt-24 in 2 30 in winnn nea Mice 01 Dissolution Sale C T WELLS Coal The confectionery and restaurant firm Our Gocnls are of excellent quality and our PRICES REASONABLE of S Dinelli Co composed of S Dinelli of Winchester and Joe Giun chigliani of Richmond doing business at the corner of Irvine and Second Streets in Richmond has this day dissolved by mutual consent S Dinelli withdrawing Repairing of Tinware at LowEtes All accounts due the firm shoulj be paid to Joe Giunchigliani and all accounts against the firm should be presented to hiin for payment A SPBCIACTY OF March 5th 180 S DINELLI Bridgelorth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ JOE GIINCHIGLIANI 39 42 lOiilj InrJ ill kn f Only a square from the Court II You dont have to send away out t depot Cosu Delivered 10 an Paj Tcwa ing Stoves Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lnmp Coal To ilisrs and Stone M 0 I have for sale two well equipped Derricks no better in the county Also 15 crowbars 9 shovels 104 steel wedges for stone 26 stone picks 10 hammers 13 drills 3 wire guyes 60 feet lone 12 chisels and every thing else pertaining to a stone quarry Call on or address W L FARLEY Richmond Kv 34- - CLAUDE SMITH 17- - CO Quickest Delivery ir LOWEST PRICKS 2 J Civil A G WILLIAMSON 29- CITY ENQ1NRBR Nett to 2d Piesbvterian Church Engineer and Surveyor s 4l -M- i-LIBER -- 1M Surveys marie for Railways Tuni-lik-Roadway Estimates given Ac Farm ilraiiiHge Town Lois lisnl off FOR SALE lot 40x120 to in w- All lowest of the yards tween aa Lines retraced Special attention given to topographical maps ami plats of TWO Correspond Â¬ farm and other lands kinds of Coal and Lumber at the ence solicited with parties interexte1 6 rooms Liberal patronage in surveys of lands in mountain coun Â¬ market price public respectfully requested The ties of Kentucky -are located on Orchard street be Â¬ Kv Omce City Hail Richmond K C Railroad that street and the 9- - Si 35 SAPvEER rropr GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Ql allev K Hallie S new elegant ea venue BUILDING Li as a whole on BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY TH on W Dissolution Notice The coal firm of C The Madison at the drug stort on Brooks in 4 and price on anv T 1 Wells Co They offer them at eitrt Ooetote 1 and F day Carr withdrawing settled at orce Marc ao ire requested suppli j All wm ar r w Hik milk t rrwttm Man nmmmm IM wi avai as i m kiill yon go n mmimw Sa IfMMBtt yo E i- w taaaraaxo L CRUTCHER 49 48 Preaideiit Mad Nat Bank r 11 w w nuaaa a rhaa iddMiiiMc -- a auui SPILT III tjrilS