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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 8SS33 -- pi--ft rjUij A J3 Sfj I VOLUME ATTOKNhYS IV f1 THE AKGRY WAVES They Make Their Fury Felt off the Virginia Coast Norwegian Bark Wrecked and the Captains Wife and Child and Six Sailors Drowned WAR HI RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL l 1 1 Highest of all in Leavening Power 1891 I 17 tf T tyi ffiy t- - NUMBER 1889 42 WELL A TTORXE VA TLA W CKY J M RIFFE and Qas Fitter CLOUDS LOOMING UP THE EUROPEAN PLAGUE Alarming Spread of the Dread Dis Â¬ ease La Grippe Everywhere Homes and Cattle a Well n Human Bo IngH Suffering Attack Sanitary Plumber 1 The Peace of Kurope In Great Darges of luing Broken Losdos March 28 Lord Salisbury just before starting for San Remo held U S Govt Report Aug A SULLIVAN A TTORXE - r A T IA H Kentucky - DEALER IN ALE KINDS OF i00KE4 001 ers A tla w CHHIERS AND GLOBES Kknti i T BURN AM XEtS TLA w I - K GAS FIXTURES I illiniums Building S I BATH TUBS HYDRANTS Al N hUIKJEKY 1 D RicauoxD rexj rcxr Madlxon N lbv w - burgin - HOSE ill all kind of Mill Supplies Plumbing done in the Latest Mod A dbs ris 7 w A Mini Kknticky loihiiiL-Uain er Powell I iitf J v S DD D SANITARY STYLE rytli ng i- WILLS KEXTl iShT All Gas Pipes put in accordi the rules of the New Ou Coin pany JI A WILKES SMITH RGBOff KENTVCI Y line Main - P M IHY P INS K U LETCUEB WAND SURGEON smii i KFr BUM l V W I ii R ii4 AND - - ding M Y SHOKTI T AMI homcop ittiic ON Physician end Surgeon Kentucky Cincinnati and Frankfort Oi i iweeo- - rraukfert lll ll ASK Gcorjrctcvm ITc Hichmcud FK inn by Time Ta Paris tad Cantos Transfer rd Time TiCKKIS MA KV MIDLWII JOHN M FOSTER D KB Train- VTl CAT c ir TRAIN wegian bark Dictator from Pensacola Flu to West Hartlepool Lug laden with pine lumber ti ith a crew of fif and the captain young wife and little boy came ashore in a lie Friday morn four rnlios south of Cape Henry and two mllos north of Virginia Beach hotel Full crews from two life saving stations were promptly on hand and be an firing lines to the ill fated bark The guns could not de- Â¬ liver the lines so far though they were repeatedly fired The ship finally suc Â¬ ceeded in e ettinjr a line ashore tied to a barrel which the surf carried to the life savers The breeches buoy was quickly rr nt to the vessel but unfortunately the barks crew was ignorant of its oao an 1 the rescue was delayed until apt Drinkwater of the life saving station wrote instructions put them in a bottle ami sent it to the Dictator by the line connecting the ves sel with the shore The first man was delivered ashore in eight min utes and- - seven others were res- Â¬ cued before sunset During the entire day the ship rolled and pitched terribly and made the work of rescuing the unhappy sailors exceeding- Â¬ ly difficult At nightfall there were still nine persons on the bark and among the numler the captain his wife and little child The captain had urged his wife all during the day to take the buoy and come ashore us she refused but would not leave her husband and child and only one could take the buoy at a time The bark went to pieces Friday night and the seven that remained on her have been lost Including the wife of the captain The captain just before the ship went to pieces sprang Into the sea with his son strapped to his back and reached the shore alive but the boy was lost ig a total The Dictator v trying to make Hampton roads having been disabled by hurricanes s 12th inst All that could be gathered from the half dead sailors as In the cause of the stranding of the vessel v as that they did not know v here they were the sun not having K en seen for four days and the weather so thick that they struck the breakers ln fore they could I he see the cor st life savers worked all day with great heroism The appar- Â¬ ently lov progress of the work of rescue is due to the fact that a lifeboat could not live in the burf MURDERED A MINISTER Political AkkhkhIiis Stot Down M 1UU- i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Norfolk Va March EIGHT rKBISHKD AT SEA 28 The Nor VAUOHT AT 7 IV UUIOIIT M I V K TRAINS V Mix K C- 7 15 12 30 M I K oclock Friday evenii remier Sitambouloff and M BaltchSefC minister of tinanee who had bet walking together were about to enter their official resi liences which mljoin each other a runted them with man anddi a revolver and fired three shots point blank at M Kjltehieff who foil dead A crowd immediately collected tit- shooting but the as at tVi n succeeded in making goo 1 his escaie owing to the darkness and conÂ¬ fusion that prevailed among the people A number of persons who had witnessed the murder report that the asaassin had three accomplices who as escape The to him Dultohieff of shooting Minister Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Sofia March cliU T at Siili i 28 At s a long conference with Lord Knutsford and Mr Currie the permanent secre tary of the foreign office A work ol supreme difficulty requiring the most delicate handling was confided to Mr Currie relating to engagements ol England to protect Belgium King Leopold during his recent visit pressed or an answer as to what practical co operation England would give under the existing treaty for the defense ol Belgian neutrality in the event of war Lord Salisbury according to a report credited in the foreign office promised English aid by fleets and contingent troops if demanded to defend Antwerp leaving the Belgian army free for de fensive operations in the forts of the Meusc Something occuring behind the scenes of European diplomacy sharpens apprehension that the final move in the long game preluding war will not be long delayed Apart from the removal of the concentration of troops on the Russian Austrian frontiers and the friendczars demonstrated ship for President Carnot it is reported that an agreement has been reached between the French and Russian governments in regard to the simultaneous mobilization of troops and other movements in the event of war The heads of the European pow- Â¬ ers seem to be informed of a Russian scheme of attack which Is likely to de- Â¬ clare itself in the autumn The question of Belgian neutrality is ulti Â¬ mately associated with Englands attitude In such a conflict and it will be Lord Salisburys justification if the agreement with Kinj Leopold comes up in parliament The presence of Lord Knutsford at the conference with Lord Salisbury was probably due to the relations of Newfoundland with other dis-Â¬ putes with France Questions of which notice has already been given in the house of commons to be answered after the easter recess demand that the government ex plaiu whether or not the fisheries trouble has become a mere pawn on the diplomatic chess board on which the English occupation of Egypt is king Sir Charles Dilke in an article writ ten for the papers discloses a source of uneasiness prevailing among the min Isterialiata If he says the strange foreign arbitrators picked up in the an foreign office and elsewhere should for political reasons declare against us then the modus vivendi under the Knutsford bill becoming an act will have to be forced on by deeds of civil the colonials war If Newfoundland was an Ameri can state France would sell her rights in five minutes to the United States She only refuses to sell them to England because she is Irritated about Egypt Sir Charles Dilke is right The inner official circle distrusts arbitrations They fear the results of the proposed arbitration and know that the fate of Newfoundland Is interknit with the government Egyptian policy Halifax N S March 28 The low er house of the Newfoundland legislature has appointed a committee to pro- Â¬ ceed to England and endeavor to pre- Â¬ vent the enaction of a coercion law by the imperial parliament Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Braking ms THE A A WORD TO ALL Our stock is complete in all the very hitest Novelties to be seen in the Eastern Cities A large and Because of the grip which prevails to an alarming extent at Chicago the death rate Is increasing and the under takers and coffin manufacturers have all they can do to keep up with the rush of business The department ol health was notified of 804 deaths with Â¬ in the city limits last week This is about 100 more than durin g any one week Hut this of thegripepidemicayear aix weeks mortality will disclose a condition of the puhlie health if ttio second half corresponds with the first half of the weeks death roll La grippe is epidemic in Indianapolis Ind and the disease is more virulent than last season Several hundred cases are reported end among the dan- Â¬ gerously ill is Prof H D Vories super-Â¬ intendent of public instructions The disease is also prevalent in Dubuque la and it is estimated that 1000 cases exist in that city Many deaths have occurred La grippe is epi- Â¬ demic in Lima O there being a largo number of cases several of whom are in a most alarming condition Within the past twenty four hours no less than half a dozen men and women have been stricken with the strange malady while about their homes or on the street some of them remaining unconscious for hours Several days ago Nelson Shade a prominent business man went up to Chicago on business and Thursday his family was summoned to his bedside by a telegram that he was dying from la grippe Ac- Â¬ cording to Dr Nagle of the New York health department there were two deaths from la grippe during the last twenty four hours 11 is makes nine deaths of this nature reported during the present week Mr Edaon said that if the present weather continues the grip will soon be a thing of the past La grippe is also attacking cattle horses and other domestic animals in PUU1C ai Ul bAlC CiUUUj Â¬ WO Powder Of ABSOLUTELY PURE GRIP MICROBE SOTTO Handsome Line of Dress Goods both in Patterns and in the Piece our stock of Also the Terrific I s to DrW M Gentry of Chi be the possessor of a microbe of lu grippe the first ever captured or ever heard of The little Vriggler Is imprisoned on the gloss sides of Dr Gentrys big micros cope and was Friday carefully inspect- Â¬ ed by many a scientific eye Ever since the grip made its appearance a year ago the doctor said he has been on a microbes If for still hunt the found Be any existed that thirty four years ago and again sixteen years ago la grippe was epi- Â¬ demic among human beings and seven- Â¬ teen years ago it attacked horses caus- Â¬ ing the still remembered epizootic Owing to the recurrence of the disease Dr Gentry was inclined to believe that intervals the at such earth passed through a stretch of space astrono- Â¬ impregnated what with mers call The grip star dust microbes as described by Dr Gentry are generally of a round form vary Â¬ ing occasionally in outline but always distinctly marked by a series of seven lines surrounding them Radiating from these lines are other lines which in the magnified image resemble fine irregular hairs Dr Gentrys time was occupied in exhibiting the microbes to brother physicians and In beginning a technical account of the discovery for the benefit of the profession Oatleaco Immonio Staad Plpe of Dollancos Water Works Ooes Down Crushing the Walls and Delug Â¬ ing the Building A linage Swept Away and Several ler 011s Injured DISGRACEFUL A PROCFiEDINGa A NEW FLORIDA INDUSTRY That State Can Beat Yucatan in the Pro- Â¬ LOUISVILLES CYCLONE Its Anniversary Ouaerved by Appropriate Friday was the anniversary of the great cy- Â¬ clone in this city a year ago Three large meeting were held in commemo Â¬ ration of the event The principal one was at the Warren Memorial church Short and Gov Buckner presided speeches appropriate tJ the occasion were made by leading citizens At the close ft was proposed that the childrens hospital which has been talked of for some time and for which 815000 had been subscribed should be made a memorial charity and the fund necessary for its erection should be completed at Subscriptions were the meeting called for and in a short time over 815000 additional had been pledged The amount is sufficient to secure the immediate erection of the hospital In an enumeration of the damages by the storm it was shown that in Louisville five churches a rail- Â¬ road depot two public schools 260 stores thirty two factories ten tobacco warehouses and 533 residences were wrecked The money value of these as given by Dunns agency was 92150000 Seventy six lives were lost Â¬ Â¬ Louisville Meeting Ky March 28 of the agricultural department that Florida will in a short time be able to furnish sisal gra- - s in sufficient quanti- Â¬ ties to supply the American demand In the southern part of Florida great interest is being taken in the recent dis- Â¬ covery that the native sisal grass grown there is of the same quality as that grown in Yucatan That grown in Yucatan is the kind now used to manufac- Â¬ ture binding twine and that country supplies the American market The agricultural department is investigating the matterand the samples secured from Florida produce in some respects better twine and rope than the foreign variety The Florida product is much easier to handle and it is believed that with the same cultivation given the plant as in Yucatan it will soon prove an important and profitable industry The same variety of this grass is grown in the neighboring Bahama Islands and the prepared fi ber of the wild plants was recently sent to London and brought a higher price in the open market than the Yucatan plant in the same stage of manufacture The secretary of agri-Â¬ culture is very enthusiastic over the matter and the southern Florida plant- Â¬ ers propose to experiment with the new industry Â¬ It duction of sisal srass Is stated by Special Agent Dodge Pittsburgh Slob Act In a Shameful ner at a Chinese Funeral The Chinamen of Pittsburgh con- Â¬ trary to the general belief in regard to their burials do not send their dead to China but own a neat lot in Uniondale cemetery in whioh they are Interred Sunday afternoon one of their number Jeu Sen was buried with every light and observance attending Chinese was a obsequies Seu Jeu long Mason high and a procession of Celestials followed the remains to the grave Here a most dis- Â¬ graceful scene ensued brought about by some 1500 Caucasians who had trampled over graves torn down shrub- Â¬ bery and jostled the timid mourners in order to gratify their curiosity The Chinese placed burning reverently joss sticks perfumed paper and printed prayers beside the grave to almost only them have snatched out of their hands by the ex- Â¬ cited mob They also wrapped small coins in paper and scattered them on and In the grave but boys and men snatched them up and fought fiercely for possession of the curious mementos Cat calls jeers and howls from the vul gar crowd added to a shameless scene that Pittsburgh heartily rowd excuse being that was only ma le up of the idle vulgar the base of the pipe was if it done with and lav a large pile of iron pit OUR PRESIDENT over the grounds like Â¬ Sunday the immense stand pipe ol the Defiance O water works collapsed scattering wreck and ruin on every hand The pipe was twenty four feet iHamntA anil Ana 1iit1ti1 nnI five feet high and at the time of but twelve lacked the disaster feet of being full Five eighth iron had been used in the constrneticn Just What caused the accident is a matter of Conjecture The most plausible theory advanced is this There was a large block of ice in the pipe about two feet thick Although this ice had liecn loose it is supposed that it became wedged in way and thus increased the pressure as the pumps were at work when the pire burst A telegTaph operator named Matthews who was on the grounds had just made up his mind to climb to the top of the pipe and take a look at the city but before he could reach it the pipe went down with a crash that was heard two miles away The result of the outpouring of the immense lody of water in the pipe was startling and the marvel is that at least five lives were not lust The pump house Is on the banks of the Manmee river and at least thirty feet below the base of the stand pipe John Killenn the engineer and his brother together with Kelleans were in the pump house infant when the mighty wave of water The brick shot down upon them walls of the pump house fac- ing the stand pire were smashed in like paste board and the entire building deluged in a flash but very strangely the two men and the baby escaped with a few match On the bank above the work of destruction waseven more complete Ihe engineers resi- Â¬ dence was about 100 feet away from the stand pipe and when was by the water struck Mrs John crushed like an egg shell Killean and her mother Mrs Almeda Ohliger were in the house the former Mrs Kil Â¬ being dangerously injured lean was found buried under the debris Of the wrecked building and was only removed after cutting away much of the timber that was piled in A number of trees around her in Its track were swept away be Â¬ A new fore the flood lost its force house belonging to John Kowe located about two Lunilrei feet away from tho pipe from its foundation and badly wn 4 foi-tv-- WASH DRESS GOODS is complete with all the latest and most beautiful fablit JJOIlt lilll TO examine our stock oeiore purchasing and you are certain to be pleased both as to qaualitv and prieef il WHITE 112 W Main St ALLEN opp Court Hon TAR OID PILES Ill PILES SALT RHEUM ECZEMA THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY TOR WOUNDS BRONCHITIS BURNS c SORES Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book price 50 cents CHICAGO CROUP FOR MEDICINAL THR OIDrSOHP ABSOLUTELY PUKK TAR OID CO BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES lll FREEMAN m Don father used to have his boots ami because be eoold feet them to lit hi pocketbouk and his ideas of valu to make boots and shoes He al o ha- TOM MADE Hi OT8 AND SH all sizes in all gra a tine line of Freemai Van UoDtorTs fanMMU is now -t 1 cut a knife while was scattered so much cord- - the pi ex VD si i AR LAKKGcll IV 11 Sapt CY yilXjENNIN va xi Kin Nation il 5sz j5 Lh x rz X H O LItSON IAN ANDSURi 27- - c CD r ZQ 6S o X r bai are r all those connect No motive ed with the terrible deed been suggested for the murder of the minister of finance but it is pre Â¬ sumed that the conspirators ma3- - have intended to take the life of Premier btamboulolf but that in the darkness of the evening they mistook M Haltr chieff for the man they htul marked as their victim WILL TALK ON COMMERCE List of Bpealun f r the CongreM to Be p lice day the Senate bill known as J udge Balls tramp labor bill and it only awaits the speakers signature to be- Â¬ come a law It provides that al gTants and vagabonds who come tramp ing around Delaware may be arr and set to work for sixty day- - brj stone for mending roads They are to work eight hours a day and if rtfrac tory put in solitary confinement on bread and water Â¬ Tramps Will Fight Shy of Delaware Bewtow The Delaware House passed Thurs- Â¬ Gift gllh I pon Several Gallant OtBeers wood AN HEKOIC DEED and eaa President Harrison has through the How a Father 8ived Hi Faaaily American Legation in London preÂ¬ t Indian sented a gold watch and medals to tho A gentleman passed through tho city captain mate and ely the a lsior in Sy-- 2 firsl S Death of Oen James A Ekln 0 i At the Kansas meeting of the executive committee of of the western Following speakers and sub were agreed upon Im W HJ at Kansas City irv Mo March 2 II V - D - OI - - K -- reel I- 0 jr i I W J MJJ PHTSICLAN AND SURGEOX K TJTAYLOR in Medicine and - r r I att rw uy Gen v J una Newton C Blan- c ar I of I Reelprocity Don M on of Uu Lian Dc Iut tcmorta and U rill J 11 Buituws ine Coluage Quob- Ag- Gen A J Warnrr of Ohlo i trie Remedy J J ricilturil I on of Manu- of IncaU of Arkansas J hjor Wuiiauiy McKln- C K Hceltinrldge Qeai H Iowa and C Stew art of Unocc Practitioner Nil Surgery J 3- A Pcrce of North Da-Tiiursiou Union Commercial L Tnrty of SL Louis LAWb v bankrupt bill Railway Peck of Topcka Geo imruerce of Alabama Irrigation of Arid iry of Denver and John Jay of Junction City M Txas Immigration and Settlement of K Dyke - 11AS I HOOKED ETKRIXA ItV SI RGB rj Wry D ttHUIDErS - GRADUATE ON T VET COLLEGE ind sterility R - HOTEL in ITIMAX unVe n inl Ky- - ll Seventh and ilarkot Streets A lllow at Carter Chicago March 28 At a meeting of the democratic state central committee held in this city the Cregior city ticket was indorsed and Carter Harrison re- Â¬ ceived a strong intimation that his action in running for mayor in opposition to the us in the regular nomin et Palmer highest d will probably malic a few speeches in Cregiers favor during the coming week Harrison says he will fight to the bitter end PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Louisville Proprietor 0 UaMatM Str3et Opp LEXINCTON New Building ODcpoi KY and Furniture Cntally Locnttd BAB ATTACHED LlOKTBO UNI VENTILATtl RATES 2 and S250 per Day TIIOSMSI AIRES Hill Sltltl k ileStig aBCJ I AVING MOM RETURNED 1 S Government London March mining statistics show that in 1890 over Will Oi kn Monday March 2nd 674001 persons were employed in and about the mines in the United Kings were females all Having fold out our entire interest in dom Of During the the hotel on Jefferson Miett we have re employed alxive ground moved to our old stand that we occupied year 181614288 tons of eoal and 8117 for ears so Fuccessfully at Seventh and 476 tons of ironstone wan mined and Market streets are now flitting it up in 899 fatal occurred resulting elegant chape new throughout and the in the loss of l2eu lives outfit in everv av will be elegant incud enger and tng one of Hales S Trallns With Brazil ors with all the late inFive hundred kegs of lard have been shipped from Ohio to Brazil under the come reciprocity arrangement We want all of our old Ohio also We promise sends a loand ee u in our ok home rows and farm rvice ut three dozen produce shall he barrels of bacon In all 300000 worth B Alexander wants Mv Jo Iriends of produce went out in one cargo from ee them and give the various states of the Union -Â¬ - - Kentucky Hrltinh Mining SUliistics FaU mt Per InJO B - The Entire Train Burned A loca r train on the Chesa- ay ran into the rear peak TO RICH nd selling ALEXANDER Ma- - hai 21 READ THIS ick of Dry j of a freight train in a tunnel seventy five miles oaat of Charleston W Va wrecked Fire and both tra broke out uul tee entire passenger al persons train wen g 3d Bert elf ta Death Gen James A Ekin of the D S army died in Louisville Ky Thurs- Â¬ day He was born in Pittsburgh in 1819 He entered the army as lieutenant col-Â¬ onel of the One Hundredth Iennsylania volunteers He was a member cf the 1880 commission which tried Mrs SuiTatt Senator Palmer ohppe Stricken Gen John M Palmer is lying serious- and bore a prominent part in the f aner al of Lincoln He was for many years ly ill from la grippe at his home In quartermaster of the governmert at Springfield 111 and owing to his ad vanced age fears are expressed of the Jeffersonville Ind outcome Colored Mans Fortune Still Flocking In John D Lewis a colored lawyer of The total number of immigrants Philadelphia who recently died be- Â¬ queaths a portion of his estate vidued landed at New York Sunday was 3200 Finished Their Term the largest with one exception for the The Chicago March 28 President Gage at 100000 as a fund for RightsLewis year the Protective Bureau of Civil and the worlds fair board of directors object of which is to protect ard se-Â¬ She Refused Him have completed the term of office for cure to colored citizens or colored per Â¬ Henry Hellings aged 21 shot and which they were elected In his vale- Â¬ sons in the United States their civil killed himself under the window of dictory address President Gage re- rights as applicable to all other cltsses Nettie Zehal at Racine Wis who viewed the work accomplished by the of people had repeatedly refused to marry him of the finanboard gave a synopsis Reciprocity With San Domingo cial status of the exposition and drew No Use for Stanley In Texas The government of Santo Dorcingo a picture of the future strong with Henry M Stanley has been obliged assurance of success Mr Gage refused has appointed Manuel Jesus Galvtn as to cancel all his dates in Texas on ac- Â¬ to accept any salary for his work as minister to the United States and it is count of the severity of the criticisms presiding officer Theodore Thomas understood that he is especially in- - against him for his alleged desertion has been appointed musical director of structed to negotiate a reciprocity trea from the Confederate army ty with this country Mr Galvin rego the exposition Color Line In Brooklyn tiated the treaty of 1884 with the United Zoe Uayton Win Her Wager White policemen of Brooklyn refuse States which was never ratified by the New York March 88 Miss Zoe Gay senate to occupy the same dormitory with the ton the actress who on August 9T last new colored patrolmen of that city Ex Confederates To Pension left San Francisco to reach this city A bill pensioning disabled and nedy New Salts for Letter Carrler afoot inside of ifJo days on a wager of The letter carriers of the country are 82000 walked Into the Grand Central ex confederate soldiers has passed both to be fitted out in suits of light bine In- Â¬ depot at 851 oclock Friday afternoon houses of the Arkansas legislature stead of the gray now in use She had accomplished the distance in Panic la a Church 218 days An explosion occurred In the Church Voting Compulsory of St Joseph Detroit Mich Thursday Bills have been introduced In the The Pallor lUaord New Yobk March 88 The business morning just before the 8 oclock mass Illinois legislature to make voting com- Â¬ the In the rush of the worshipers to es Tie pulsory failures occurring throughout country during the last seven days from the church a number were slight Â¬ Ho Omaha Money far ParasU number 256 as compared with a total ly injured and Mrs Wietheoff the Parnells agent met with a signal re- Â¬ mother of Frank Wietheoff the well of 275 last week For the correspondIn Omaha receiving notice that ing week of last year th figures known horseman had her hip broken buke Â¬ Ti 1 atet Plague The explosion was caused by the accu- Â¬ the Irishmen of that city would not conwere 243 Fashionable Dame who summered In gas in one of the tribute any thing until assured of a mulation of natural A New Trial Granted change in leadership Europe Stop that scratching the au Â¬ Chicago March 28 Judge Tuthlll furnaces dience will notice it Russian Wheat Crop a Failure Tht Grip In Dubuque has granted the motion for a new trial Husband In a parqnette seat But I The winter wheat crop in the south There are aver 1000 grip cases in Du-Â¬ for George Hathaway convicted of the Small cant stand those fleas nfhny business houses of Russia is very unpromising murder of ex Alderman VVhelan and buque la In Dame Bear it until the curtain falls half the employes are down with the farmers are In a hopeless condition in and then go out between the acts Then sentenced to imprisonment for life disease and almost every household consequence people will think yon are only on a has one or more victims Physicians Death Stricken Chicago spree N Y Weekly Eight Drowned The deaths reported from pneumonia state that the grip this year often de- Â¬ The Norwegian bark Dictator waa and kindred ailments for the week at velops into pneumonia although fatali- Â¬ driven ashore on the beach lelow Cape Adding Insult to Injury Tho Henry and eisfht of the crew drowned Chicago will be about 900 probably the ties are not alarmingly frequent You havo Van Dusen rejected cold and disagreeable weather which is largest number ever recorded in that made me desperate My death will lio Li very favorable to the city A careful estimate justifies the prevailing Loc l Cptlon EilleJ at your door for before to morrow Thstatement that nearly 250000 people in spread of the epidemic bill was U blow my brains that city are under medical treatment killed in y Oh I Bulgarian Official Assassinated ores tho Every branch of business is crippled by Life At Sofia Friday evening while Than prevailing sickness Dr J D Ham- Â¬ Premier Stambuloff and M Baltcheif The present epi- Â¬ minister of finance who had been walk Â¬ mond said Friday a ana- - a a a a a aa s demic of the grip Is as bad as a season ing together were about to enter their 5 a CURBS SPUHTS SPAMS WIHDPVFFS peo Â¬ official residences whloh adjoin each of cholera so far as the number of lately removed by and all enlargements ple affected Is concerned Every doctor other a man suddenly confronted them that I know is overrun with business1 with a revolver and firedthrce shots point blank at M Baltehcff who fell Alarming Condition In Pittsburgh Since late Thursday evening the dead The assassin escaped weather at Pittsburgh has been of just WVA lThaM te unqualified endorsement of our Md- the cliaracUr to aggravate the influ- Â¬ started Zoe Ol triy n rima ema t inii-ui-- i enzas ravages and ir crease the cm aL o tis lCE llunuiT baler Matt JwS sav j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cuin sel Spotless a pair of marine gia and a watch to the captain and mate of the British ship Bvurulll for helping the American schoonor Angelia to avoid foundering and a medal to the captain of the British ship Amorette In token of his aotion in enforcing order OB the Island of Navassa after the up rising oi the negro laborers and the massacre of their employers there in lr in the y of Deminj i M whose deeds of heroism in saving his wife and family from massacre by a band of savage Apaches after a running fight of several miles will ever make his name a conspicuous one In the history of the West The story is as follows Mr Sby had settled on a ranch In New Mexico with his wife and young son their place being seventef n miles from any other settlement The ranch was attacked by a roving band of eight- een Apaches who sought to drive off the stock Mr Sby who was well armed and had plenty of ammunition placed his wife and child In a place of safety within the house and then opened fire The fight was which was returned waged for some time till one of the In- Â¬ dians succeeded in crawling up to and setting fire to the ho This necessitated flight so sending Mrs Shy forward under the smoke of the burning building the husband and father carrying his young son under his arm made a dash for the cover of some thick brush which was growing near by An Indians bullet went through the childs hip and lodged In tho fathers body but the fight went on Mr Shy ran forward some distance and then dropping the child In the brush would face about fire at the leading pursuer who would thus be brought to a stand Â¬ still for a tim Then another shot and another stand to gain time for Mrs Shy who was fleeing in the front and soon the day was spent The Indians finally gave up the chase which had cost them no less than six warriors and the exhausted fugitive managed to reach the city of Doming with their lives The wounds received by both fa ther and son were rapidly healed and now when the hostile are forever ex- Â¬ pelled from or killed out of that neigh Â¬ borhood there is no more flourishing or happy family in New Mexico than that of valorous John T Shy raw WATERPROOF BE UP TO THE MARK COLLAR on CUFF CAN BE 3Jot to Split Not to JDlBOQlOir BEARS THIS MARK THAT RELIED ON TRADE LluloiD mark NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET PENMANSHIP SHORT HIND TYPE WRITINS THOROUGH INSTRUCTION IN BGOX KEEPING AT THE BRYANT A 8TRATT0N BUSINESS C0LIE6E SOUTH WEST TELEGRAPHY ETC ETC CATALOGUE ERIE CORKER THIRO AND JEFFERSON SHEETS LOUISVILLE KY muJmJJ kJ vimu LOTJXSVILLE Emperor Wilkes THE COURIER JOURNAL SSSTTTJCZT Subscription 1000 a year Daily without Sunday a vear 2oo a year i 00 a Weekly The Weekly Courier Journal Ha the largest circulation ates cratic Newspaper in the and propose to double or treble its already Will make a limited season at the Fair large circulation Ground Stable prior to going into trainBy Bivisj Away Each ing at IT J Every Say l ome one a splendid High Arm to Insure a Mare In Foal Handsome Gold Watch AbsOl yrtO Full particu Sample copy ir rier Journal LXVX2T0 COLT 360 TO X2T3TOX A for one Address W N HALD If you want the George Wilkes Mam brino Patchen Star and Pilot Jr comPrest Courier Journal Co Kv bined and pure in one crass you can get it 39 42 in no other tallion alive at any price EMPEROR WILKES i a blood bay 4 hands high pure gtited and a race The only one of hi three foal went to Mr Daniel of Masiachu- - IL-ui-H-- Tll 1000 cash in February last Brother to the Sired by William L preat Guy Wilkes and sire of Axtell SAEBZa PrcpT 1st dam Pilot Anna by Pdot 105000 2nd dam V by Old Drennon a ton Ir of Davy Crockett 3rd dam thoroughbred Coal and Lumber aAll kinds JTjSf Mares kept at j per month on lowest marketof for accident or No re- grass ted Tho public re- escape and liens retained for service on of the are located or street be yard allcolU HCHENAULT K tween that street and the Richmond Ky 3q 51 Â¬ UnW a4 50 -- Â¬ lli xicix2vdoiTiD XX - OINTMENT t W B EDDY CO QUINNS IX unuLD X2 C XXkl Ba 3 Awn ataiuc RMSTON 43 yea The iocomotivo works and the Laughlins machine shop of Jones ut that she iron mill are dosed entirely on account She was cf the grip Many other factories are I short handed on account of the disease her day aUxed the time in six months distance and twenty six days and will rsceivo for her trouble about l30a Slaytoa Minn One bottle cured a very bail caw of blond ipavln on a mare for which I be v lnce been oOerea Stetk I would not be without It If It com M0B a bottle W Aat hundred of inch ttltimiminit a If Price wlM er battle Aak your draggmt be dom not keep to mod u 12 tc itaiap for trial box toTbkforSM rator Terms m O Whitebait NY f - li Ml lllll - -- Wl frM THE CLIMAXJ SCM TIPTON - Editor ft IBLISHKD tl WHIVKSUAI BY Ths ax Printing k Co MOWELL BAR April flSO 1 Weiacsday - 1891 date reported nearly in It it- - a and growing i y having ed President Era in Centncky u ns to work w wm an of and it seems carry the lial- d of the iomi and yet sink into wretchedness under the Clergvmen lawyers merchants and tern farmers from the Tennessee line to the er tin It is but fair to add that the discontent Golf were his paid agents and it was his Mr Sljexcited by jer capita has liecn g eatlv ambition to finally capture the State with the revolt bat we have rated by the fuss which is mude in rnment lint the people were finalMian laterals Iliere ly aroused and under the lead of Gea my guLs a gentleman named D P 1 hidden in A plan of operation was at once agreed TAlllrF KCFwUT who had commanded the Ten Memphis Tenn who in a recent inter- nesseeans upon There was to be an important at the battle of New Orleans i wrote a letter to friend view voicel the popalar sentiment in to enforce justice by referring all horse race at Port Gibson and a militia Murrell would be there to in invitation to many parts of the west and southwest M to Judge Lynch Eight men were muster and cliihol with the this subject taken on the race course at Panola and meet Stewart and preparations would I am in favor of more currency Ik- - made to secure him and then attack We hung on the porch of the principal hotel havent enough currency or capitJ to lo think it amiss if warning and travellers coming the outlaws in the stronghold Stewlie country If wt can with the b i Booth on the raat w ilderness road could arts negro must be secured as a precaucurrency I think some see your not in the bodies of robbers swinging from tion It was near day light before they body ought to issue more iilli terals liat the thi Stewart regained his room the trees with a notice hanging from separated There is usually enough money if a man the foot telling hich tariff reform the storv of their taking without remark has the collateral if not all Next morning his servant was quietly off ich tends to increrse the seized and jut out of the way and his le If A 1KHK Ok HIS IIKA1 alarm canned by our per capita condi hogshead it is best to pack in all of one will reach some 45000 His assets conHowt This Murrell n now known as the leader master began to make preparations to this morbid craving of money of the grade before beginning with the other save the counterfeiter but the Court sist of 800 acres of splendid Blue grass nt worth trying We offer One Hundred Dollars reward banditti and the Governors of n or collaterals Many u man For early shipments the question of land Ulurate and the jail was too Personalty consisting of stock for any case of catarrh that can not be in the ippi and Alabama offered large oonld reconcile himself perfectly t - their order is not so important the tobacco notes etc will reach strongly guarded 15000 more cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure dm rewards for his capture dead or alive per i urrencv ii it were not for These were must not be dry enough to break or What can be secured from those of in un- MCHKKII CAITtREn very nearly wined in 18J1 FJ CHENEY CO props Toledo the p of the lemks asat resent damage by handling neither must it be whom he has endorsed will at a very Ohio n Murrell saapected that one of his agents A few days after Stewart rode to Port niana wet enough to bruise by prizing beÂ¬ conservative estimate reduce his inlaterals when had played him false This in hi We the undersigned have known F J agent wis a Gibson The place was crowded the 1R NEW- they make kiln Mr Haddens mi tween these two points vou are safe for debtedness So that his asÂ¬ Cheney for the last 15 years and believe 15000 lawyer practicing in Selma then one of beets lined with gambling tables and tion t nsidcrei in the BlKLKY THIIAITII ITS 01 LTlRE IlK early shipments Tobacco that is to be signees think beyond a doubt Uncle him perfectly honorable in all bo the largest towns in the State Murrell all was riot and disorder A numlier of li hamper held for the summer market must be Wash will have a very comfortable com- transactions and financially able to carry native lie IMi ASSUltTIMi AND HANDLING met the man in the Court house the men were lounging around with a piece not in many others do on in- carefully treated as to order as it is of petency left Aft Xkrliwj Advocate out any obligations made by their firm court being in session Some words en of white on their hats These were the great importance that it should be kept igour currency per capita He sued and Murrell coolly Office of the Commissioner of Wheth Â¬ 3 A Ramsey auctioneer reports the West Truax Wholesale Druggist shot the lawyer Oovernorsmen and thev ouietlv followed Agriculture Horticulture he fact that the trouble may perfectly sweet and it will require ex- Â¬ sale of Capt B A Tracv Thursday as Toledo Ohio er ini dead mounted his horse and rode oil Walding Kinnan Some one toaebed his elbow J and Statistics have com ly not lie in the small amount of perience rather than advice to accom- Â¬ largely attended and fair prices were ob- Â¬ Marvin Wholesale Druggiss Toledo I laughing but the alarm was given and a He turned It was Murrell He looked Ky March j8 1891 Frankfort per capita currency at all that ve could large plish this tained 1 pair work mules 223 1 eaav Ohio party pursued the murderer his around suspiciously and asked Wl I have many inquiries from those not Tobacco should be stripped as soon tly with Lt r ciiita if Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally horse fell and he was taken I5ail was at your servant Stewart raised his hand familiar with the Hurley Tobacco seek- after curing as possible and if not ready bined horse 87 1 weanling colt J5 1 l a more abundant supply of collat- arc ill b offcril but refused and he was and the outlaw was seized He triad to ing information as to the best manner of to ship it should lie hulked if the prop- Â¬ old horse 30 4 good long yearling acting directly upon the blood and muand he nngyts that scmehody a Iv wntial to steers weight 900 lbs 3350 4 plain cous surfaces of the system Price 75c scut to jail and well guarded but by draw a whistle but a blow on the head culture curing and handling and I give er order can be obtained By this means yearling steers 24 steer should make as many collaterals as are the burdens of calves 1250 per bottleSoId by all Druggists morning was gone This aroused the settled Lisa Ten others were taken 41 45 needed to bring loans within the reach of some suggestions approved by the most none of the vital substance is lost by several milch cows 22 to 5 200 ewes people the sheriff came near leing and then a party of tX men well mount evaporation and a much better flavor is averaged 5 per the hum suceesslul growers of hurley toliacco e of great head with 150 lambs lynched and warrants were sworn out ed commanded hv Gen Coffee and ac We prop Is there not in this suggestion crude as Much depends upon beginning right obtained 1 jcinent Tobacco Market am thrown in Corn in the field 150 per Louisville against Murrell in everv county in the companied by Stewart started for the Yours truly in raising a crop of tobacco some may think it the groundwork of a Secure Louisville Tobacco ELAND shock corn in crib 55 to 2H per bbl By U lover A Inrrett Ioukp State with accurate description of his island oO miles away Guides and plenty of plants and have them early w are C T Wilson Com comprosniae between the west and the Farming implements sold low 14J acres - had already liecn secured and by a Thse icad Five feat six Sales on our market for the week iust Nice Turnouts of all I riFTCEN MANUAL IN TWUYIAI Burn your beds sufficient to kill all the ii the currency question Is it not inches in heighth w ell f unimproved land at 2710 per acre closed amount to 3017 hhd with receipts CONCERNING FARMERS built small head daybreak next morning they were sur- seed of weeds or grass then dig up the able that if the west was allowed to The home farm containing 2iitJ acres for the same period of 184 hluK Salt with very black eyes with a trick of rounding the cabins Little Harpe and nark tliat n bed rake and pulverize every clod re its way in the matter of collaterals closing Frank Maupin Kingston sold to Wm with improvement- - was bid to 55025 per on our market since January i t amount them when talking showy in McCain escaped but Mason and V4 moving all obstructions at if the to 42854 hade Sales of the crop of iSyo that may be Anold a jack for 950 t might have its way in the matter acre and withdrawn Wmekater I others were shot No quarter was given found on ourmarket to date 34400 bh that have of currency If there be plenty of eouat manner and good talker in the bed The bed should be Fox Bros 4 Hice bought in Garrard 11 crat He now liegan to draw his band to- The plunder recovered was wonderful Our market has not been so crowded for k World replia made compact by rolling or tramping mules at 83 per head ipita who will complain if cut-Ik- - gether and they made their headuuar and from Murrells papers it was found The National Farmers Alliance con the past week and we are glad to be able mdalh feet with the short ier capita Mo Mole hits tcrs in a dense Ilor rancor at r in Isjensjena that not less than 1500 negroes had Shipping cattle at Cincinnati Monday cluded its session with two great meet Â¬ to report better prices for red fillers and Hurley seed ought to he sown as early ever lost its libertita which had plentv f colory types of to county He wanted a parhaer who was been stolen and shipped to New Orleans were 533 to 550 butcher stuff 5 to ings Thursday March 20 at Crestoa grades are as highberleythev Good beenfine week or month as have at as possible and the plants protected collaterals In fact we venture to a man of education and tact ami not On the trial every effort was made to 515 Iowa President L I Polk said the farm- any time during the season Common from the ly by canvassing the bed with terals are more important than known to the Silas T Cobb has sold to Wm Todd of ers ought to elect more farmers to Con Nondescripts continue low authorities to take his save Murrell but the State government cheap cotton Hurley plants are more currencv for if you have the lollat B an outside manager and such a was firm The following quotations tairiv repreCarrard county a So strong however were the jack for gress instead of so many lawyers liecause preyed upon by insects than other varie- Â¬ currency will In- apeedily added unto man he Horsss Bought and sent our market for new burley tobacco anally eenred to his undoing 1000 robbers friends that be escaped with an ties A desert spoonful of the petitions of farmers for relief had tion in the you We therefore hum hcaitily favor seed will sow Thoroughly disguised be had Ikvh ea imprisonment of 10 years Fen B Bibb has sold his jack to W B been disregarded The Alliance intended to Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 2 00 Mr Haddens plan of solving tle curren ten lent square 300 a visit to Natchez and was riding North Haydon and Eugene Young price 630 to go into politics but not partvism He The legislature voted Stewart a gratuColory Trash 3 00 to 700 cy question by an abundant iarnc of col Plant early by the 20th of May if when he overtook a mounted traveller ity of 10000 and he got fAO0e in pro Common Lugs not colory 3 50 1 NirlutlarviUe Journal suggested the posibility of a new party in paaMnte Teams for battling as it requires aliout one hun- Â¬ ea purchase of Ugestion may fairly be whom Colory Lugs 500 to 10 00 be Kilutd and soon got into con- - claimed rewards but he lived a hunted The Midway Clipper says R R Earley the next presidential campaign and said dred days to niatnre after planting Lay votes called an eircnikon Common Leaf 7 00 to 1000 a way to peace lie ersanon Willi tie was a young man man and after killing two of his ene Medium to Good Leaf 1000 to 1600 r disregard of civil the rows three feet six to nine inches sold last week twenty work mules ten at the principles of the Alliance would tritwo now discordant Motions of the spare in person with reddish hair ami a lcft for Texas Murrell had issue Good to Fine Fillers 1600 to 2000 171 each and ten at an average of about umph as early as MM it both old parties md set in the rows eighteen to twenty country We would stuff the banks with pair of resolute gray Select Wrappery Tobacco 20 to 2750 eyes The stranger orders from his cell that Stev art should four inches Hegin plowing and hoeing 1k-had to lie swept away Gen James B redita- until they cried Hold said his name was Ovid Stewart from U left to him and when in 1K3 he was beta Hahr Kahn of Middlesboro bought Weaver and Lalxjr Commissioner Sover ii soon after planting and the more you and until loans wire as per Cumberland connty Bed from prison he started at once Pcnnsvlvania He hamcful admin work tobacco the better body it will 0 K II Bronaugh 44 head slop cattle to eign and Congressman elect Otis of Kan Â¬ capita as currencv itself had studied for the ministry but was for Texas but was taken down with a be delivered April 15th at 312 to 412 sas delivered similar addresses The Bureau for tlie compelled by ixmr health to abandon fever on Ked Kiver and there ended his have If cultivation with the plow is Stanford Journal BMYERS ML Farmers Alliance will play an iaaportana JOHN A Ml KKKLL hhar neglected the ground gets hard and the sin his intention and seek a home in the evil life part in this years campaign in Iowa Jas Taggert sold to Jas Thompson of iting the iowcr leaves if the plant burn after top- Â¬ Booth by some strange freak of sentiStew art was at the battle of San JacinHolt Mo a jack by Liberati ping honorable publ the world to a Krcent Heath of Iin Wife in Tennessee ment Murrell took to Stewart at once to in lKXi and after that disapjeared The Insurgents in Chili are gaining lily affair The plant should not be allowed to dam Mollic Helm she the dam of the and the more be talked the lettor he and it is supiiosed that he fell a victim ground rapidly it appears and President I the nis Iiubllrj How er out top as soon as the button ap-Â¬ famous jack Silver Crown for 1000 liked hiin Suddenly from the shelter of to the vengeance of some of Murrells Baliuaeeda can hardly hold out much On March ii as detailed in a Ilepuli- It taker and t pears There are several opinions sittihjf Newt the timber a horseman sprang into the friends longer in his unpopular course The Dark ecial Mrs Bland frmerly the among growers alwut topping Some IVof At water says I have traced the ed Mai riad His face was hidden by a shabby f John A Murrell the land pirate repreaeata--tate- a top an high as twenty leaves but we are roots of timothy to a depth of two feet rebels have taken the cities of Iquique PKACT1CAL BEK KKKPINu FOR FARM Withers Lexii cap and there could be no doubt to bin Pisaqua and Tallal At Pisaqua and of a new died at an advanced age at aer home in vitistied that fourteen to sixteen leaves four inches aud the clover three feet and Senate US Pistol in hand he halted intentions Iquique there was considerable loss of Sired tey 33 Cheater county TesmeesM in ordinary soil with a usual season Murrell two inches in a hard clay soil suitable for life them and ordered them to dismount fArllteu for the Climax by Jno 8 RceaeJ according to government aeeoantB of a daring nmg of niur- ing States of min will make as many pounds and a lietter making brick Creat dam Murrell recognised one of hk men and owing to the severity of the bombard The scientific bee keeper who num quality of tobacco Keep all suckers off inl negro slave t 1 11111 imps for the sole purpose of n Jno B Embry bought last week of ment The fault how ever would seem gave the sign but in an instant Stewart dam which extended from Virginia to 1 his colonies by the fifties or hun- that the strength of the plant may be Simon trol iIhiii Wiehl Lexington 100 head of ex- - to lie with the government officials who levelled his pistol and the rohlier dr Evicting Democratic 10 lain dreds and frequently by the thousands concentrated in the leaves The search port cattle to average in account cf his life and ped 1550 pounds to be failed to notify the people of the impend- Â¬ li dam OjVjB dead from his horse T dont like and his prod Beta of choice comb or ex for worms should not ceiise from the delivered July members of the I louse of Representative adventures would furnish material for a to 1st at 5 cents per pound kill a man but 1 dont want him to tracted honey by ing bombardment of which notice had Both the method and results when dozen dime novels the ton has very little time they make their oppearance until SicJtolatrille Journal kill me either said the ex preacher I been given in the hope that the pres- Â¬ Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Murrell says the correspondent of a time or patience for the fanner bee- the crop is housed Usurpation of lid- coolly returning his weapon to the holst- Â¬ er Dr J B Spratt of this county is not ence of women and children would pre- and refreshing to the taste and act THIS fc keeper who would be delighted to seIt is generally very difficult for begin- Â¬ insure the passage of pnr- - Philadelphia payer was born in Southgoing to be left on the corn question er He vent an attack Bahnaceda is now in gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Midway y cure from a few hives enough snow ners to determine when burley tobacco ern Tennessee mIkiui J7 and when M trial 22 and A bought of UK Oldham one hundred straits it seems for money He has be Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys- brotht It at once flashed through Murrells w bite nectar for his family use years of age was sent and some is ripe and consequently a fine crop is - I graceful seen his father a tem effectually dispels colds head- tail of Mambrino a 2 per barrel to be delivered gun to confiscate the property of insur Â¬ mind that he was the man he wanted--brav- e to spare for his town or city relatives or often iujured by being cut green If barrels at rity in the lluiiw the direct aveaperesja Methodist preacher toLoe Short fine b educated a gentleman in man- intimate friends The many gents and is trying to raise cash by the aches and fevers and cures habitual winner bville to lie edncatiil lor a time be tion bee jour there is no danger of frost it should next November Sentinel Democrat result of tin- Sj constipation Syrup of Figs is the and perfect dU ner ami above all poor He at once nals E M Wallace assignee of A W issue of treasury notes faking a fraudulant did well but after awhile took to gamand agricultural papers print very stand until the second crop of suckers the Almcnt only remedy of its kind ever prowheeled around in the road and halted little matter suitable for farmer bee has been taken off hence the necessity Thomson sold the following stock on census for artisan advantage through a bling and warn soon out of money One duced pleasing to the taste and ac- Hambn Mr Stewart I am his companion Monday Ionian io 80 sheep 3 per head 5 steer of early planting keepar or beginner ual repre- - night he lost a large sun to a Pennsyl ANNOUNCEMENTS iuient of ceptable to the stomach prompt in going to make a very important commu itan 27 and Some planters prefer housing as Boon calves 17 cows with calves vania horse dealer named Shaner The writer would first like to impress In FOB CIRCUIT COURT CLIRK its action and truly beneficial in its nication to vou I like you and if you on the farmer that he can not hope to as cut while others leave it on tne scaf- Â¬ 225 cows 17 to 30 I ertailkt Sun To the people of Madison County nnieiit officials the uurse of the game this man told He is the effects prepared only from the most will join me in my enterprises I can C R Turner of Millersburg sold an inlud I hereby announce myself a candidate for healthy and agreeable substances its make much money out of bees and hon- fold a week or ten days before housing of a very Murrel that he was goi lg South the you a rich man and Governor of tlie office of eier of the ey unless he will devote more time and Never use fire in curing burley tobacco extra good next day and would carry away more make jack to Albert limn mibjrct 10 the action ofMimIihod Circuit many excellent qualities commend it 216 Kannv Will the Democrat I am John A Murrell Aldose party money to the business than he can sjiare as it renders it useless for manufacturKaegy of Dudleysville Ills for 1000 ic Willi O the motley money from Louisville than he hail the State to all and have made it the most ii74 and grand sire ol f Kbm ubhuI rn THE HAMIIT S HoME i of a brought there to make a success of cheese manufacters Accordingly be left J Monroe Leer sold to Ieter fiebert of Wee as Clerk mid ilrnmy for the nasi sev- - popular remedy known He is the iic of 31 n 212 years nxH nm I lie tieller jllHl inl Aart Started town and about three miles out he was What the land uring or nursery business Each is a Iand good and season favorable bur- Ashvjle Ills two good jacks for 1600 critout lfteh mis the important and exactiug Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c have produced 36 performer me lice duties of the uftiee As lo how I have at and SI bottles by all business of itsself which requires much ley grows very large and requires more halted by a masked man pistol in hand pirat p with cnumer Kentuckian leading drug- years old tended to my duties I refer to B Yes the land pirate and when you thought labor and adaptation to say house room than the heavier varieties G F Rateinan formerly of Mason has Judges members of I he bar llilKaitathe Hon gists to stand and deliver Any reliable druggist who Catch ly 2 i V4 J o ublican re- - and told Jurors an J other attendants of our courts cite may not have it on hand will pro- Treasurer 2jo and formerly raised The tiers in the barn bought 240 acres of the best land in Ken- you to my previous announcement In the It give the Shaner was a brave man and made a know my power and resources you will nothing of the required capital and ons that h The hive or home for the bees is one should be at least three feet one above tucky known as the Gaines farm located sens support respectfully nsk mv fellowcltu cure it promptly for any one who figures clutch for a holster that held his der- I believe accept my offer Stewarts as the duties of my office Do not accept any Bepnb- - ringer and the next i istaiit dropped shrewd mind at once saw the importance of tlie first things to lie thought of and the other so that may not lap much for in Fayette and Scott counties for 23000 will prevent me from making as thorough a wishes to try it iont substitute from his horse dead with a bullet of his information e son Fifteen thousand if any part of this article is to be con there is the danger of house burning Mr B will live in Lexington and super- canvass s I desire BROWN Most gratefully through his brain The roblier and dollars would le paid to the man who sidered this portion about hives should Hang the sticks in the tiers about eight intend the farm CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO brino Chief the head ol 36- W H MILLER brood mare family in thH FRAHCiSCO CAL murderer was John A Murrell He could secure the outlaw and his gang not be overlooked Nearly forty years inches apart S H THORPE JR la a candidate for Shropshire Simms of Bourbon sold tnus find in the new roRK Hr louwius Kt Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court subject coolly searched his victim and was be and he determined to follow the chance the Hev L L Langstroth now livIt is a matter of importance that care a premium jack to Maltby lo the action of the Democratic parly 33- blood of llaiiibletom TfcK CAPITA licved only to have found a small sum of up He agreed to stop with Murrell ing in Ohio invented the movable should be taken in stripping and assort- Â¬ Richardson of Missouri for 1600 also and Pilot Jr backed up b B O POWELL of Bpeedwell Is a candi o2 Remounting le led Shauers that night and talk the matter over frame hive which bears his name and is ing a crop as its market value depends one money Circuit fusion of thoroughbred past to Helm Brothers date for subject Court Clerk of Madison to s county to the actiou of the Demoon 3 BROWNMONT has been horse into the wooils end exclianging Driving the dead robbers horse before to day the standard hive of America much upon this Everv crop should 1 of Broad well Harrison county for 1000 cratic party 4a since he was three years old a T i lady who got so much comfort saddles made his way into town The them they turned off into the woods It is simple in construction is not now assorted into four classes and if the They refused 800 for a jena no track work and no ch saddle was a fine English one and Mur- and in a short time came to a bayou encumbered with patents and can be crop is large five is better First take net Georgetown New cased word Mesopotamia out SITE F0K PROPOSED PUBLIC BlILD- In Kentucky he should ma o -she were living in our day get rell wanted to bean it for his own use Here Murrell whistled and a negro came boaght almost anywhere for two dollars off the trash or leaves nearest v tlie horse INS WANTED Howard A Harlan of this county have SB BROWNMONT will male tl nt of the phrase er and took it to a harucssmaker named out of the bush and took the horses and fifty cents complete in all of its ground generally chaffy and light Sec-Â¬ made 3 the following purchases From season at my stables U S Treasury Department n Another whistle brought a skiff and two parts painted and ready for the bees ond the lugs which are next above tiie know of no term in Frew leaving directions to have it recapita B Wnkefield Voris of Taylorsville a Lick and 2 miles from Nver Cr 3 Washington DC March 51891 J CO In doing thii Frew found in black oarsmen to the bank Thev got Let me beseech you to shun all patent trash Third the bright leaf on the or the laigiish tongue covered 1 jennet hv Imp Moreau dam bv Sealed Proposals will be received to be S20 to Insure a Hare in foal much depression the padding 2500 in Pittsburg money in The route was long and circuitous hives and farm rights as you would the middle of the stalk which is generally Royal Duke 400 from Mr which has cc -May of opened 2 M at 2 oclock p m April 7 t8it t ouch hope of a better day with a note asking anyone who might and Murrell explained that thev were gold brick in payment for your broad the most salable tobacco of the crop Wakefield Station two aged 9 jennets in for the tale to 1 - one the United States of suitaG Your liees can not make not Fourth the red leaf which is the next foal for 500 and two It has increased the joys come into possession to send informa- going to his headquarters hi th Musco r Not responsible yearling jennets ble O property centrally and conveniently At length the boat make but gather more honey in one beat if the top or bud leaves which are anebrake of htintr tion to my brother This was e o JP for 300 from Mr Moore of Ray wick When any great trouble Felix Shaner The mans body had stopped at an island on which were a hive than another and the Langstroth smaller and darker are kept out of this three aged jennets for 900 DanvilU Ad- Â¬ located for a site for the public building thanaandr a authorized by Act of Congress Approvcomes on them in the shape say of a note been found and identified and Frew at numlier of cabins and men lounging is the most simple and convenient class and it is best to keep them sepa- Â¬ vocate B ed February 24th and March 3rd 1891 or a tax to bear which thev find it once notified the authorities of his dis about Some were well dressed while Now the next thing is to get the bees rate if the crop is sufficiently large a T3 o Mr Wilson who lives near Rucker to be FLODB f the best plans would be to buy a Here you have either the four or live erected in Richmond Ky y iply take the Murrell got Aind of this and others were evidently frontier ruffians A cordifficult to mee 2 ville has twenty five lambs from fourteen ner lot approximating all its terrors with the officer at bis heels rushed All were well armed Without a word colony one is enough to start with in a grades as the size of the crop may leet front by 130 ewes John A Judy sold Monday a S r-- co is preferred troth hive from some practical warrant In brief the crop is to be asÂ¬ 130 feet in dimensions ample that famous joke down to the hank of thi river He hail- Murrell made his way to a cabin larger If bunch of extra feeding cattle weight not a corner lot the r10u- - ed two men in a skiff and offered them than the others and entered of Mr Evarts which tjmm property must ap It was liee keeper near you About the time the sorted with regard to length and color FARMERS having V 1100 lbs at 4 rts Good judges say proximate 160 feet bv We have a S fail to visit us now 5100 to take him aboi rd They at once richly furnished and around a long fruit trees are in bloom this bee master Torn worm eaten or damaged leaves 130 feet in ditnen- - L the lamb crop of Clark county will be siois the 160 feet to be 3-Barrel Full Roller Mill in oper -- ed a burden of 3 cents a w eek agreed and although fired on from the table covered with bottles of various can most likely sell you the empty hive should be kept out of the best grades street frontage one fourth larger than last year are turning out About Each proposal must be made with the unSome small or impTrfect stalks may was a strictly per capita bank succeeded in making their way in liquors sat a dozen men This is Mr also which you will soon need for the on ea II I 2 2g Stewart a friend of mine said Murrell first swarm He will also give you much not embrace all the grades described two thousand lambs have been sold in derstanding and agreement that if it is It would have fallen utterly fiat il safety to the other sid of the Ohio W5 iL I us M cts for early de- - accepted the building and all improveFlow Tilt easily decided into which lthe county at about 6 1 Any abjection T No one spoke and good advice and help you in many ways but it can be st of danger Murrell ncry uu C cve- - J rorauiy nwcdafcr ments on the property are to be retained He would get you a smoker for fifty or Lradc the yield belong bv comoarison lor the first time Stewart felt a sentiso with some curiosity it one of the boats locraf 1 i u By any other Mi and removed within 30 days after written ment of fear It was a fearful crew seventy five oenta and show you bow to Ol illllglll Mil iI I OIII men He was short hut very a g should pat J G Pierce has sold to T Lanier of notice bv the vendor and that all ex Â¬ was Mason Irish McOabe Little n ake a bee veil Move your hive home II scvenil hands are engaged in stripwith a swarthy face and an when they can d Mill Springs his jack Longtreet for penses connected with 11 s eyes were like Harpe Col llurns a noted highwayman a id act it uuder a shade tree if conven- ping tobacco it is preferable that furnishing evicountry f tP is flour at all first class grotv our 500 George Jones bought a lot of dence of title and deeds of conveyance of a corpse a ad the young man and murderer and among them a full- - ient where it will be in view from the striper should only take off onejzrade nuciple ap-Juice has steers tlie past week at 2j he 6old 14 are to be payed by the vendor Each arly unhinges the agricul- - shuddered involuntarily as he recog Â¬ blooded negro a giant in size known all lamiiy room winiow or Kitctien door so of tobacco beginning with the trash Potts Dnersons Gold Dust 2- arm will lie seen by some one be-- aud pass the stalk to the next party cattle to Tate and Catron for 4 13 Master proposal must be accompanied by a prop- Â¬ b along the Mississippi as Congo Jack a Many an honest and indus-- nized the man from description t be bet w sjsted at every crossroad for a squirrel hole in the In this way each stripper is only locking Commissioner S A Newell sold the A erly drawn diagram giving the metes is led a prosperous and Aint river pirate and assassin Every one of L Wood estate at the Court house door and bounds of the property and showing for one grade and is not apt to be con Yes my these men had prices on their heads woods Mason he tkc d reasonably contented life and always I wneat and corn at 5 2 1 75 acres to W H the streets around the block in which the Ych Now we will say the swarm is out and fused in iu selection and if he fails to at Public 8ale- - 1Ie enough until smart younjaster Ill Mason the river and the dauutless Stewart -a s V arren at 400 245J acres to W W property is situated st w much uini also by a written ng ou a limb w new pluck all the leaves of his grade i will pirate What dye Link of me Its what a lionanza such a haul would be if DUERS0N POTTS g r at 145 10 j acres to I J Shadoan statement in regard to the grades charII mid only bring it about should be con v alwavs found cated be detected 6y the next stripper Do met you or tlie traps would have S 40- S 50 acres to James Higgins at 29 acter of ground for foundation etc The sell be was able had ye What ye be n doing Murrell It was evident that Murrell was mas- Â¬ in tlie shade and free of cobwebs and not make the hands too small fifteen 100 acres to John Hall at 800 280 acres right to reject any and all s to get the markcash and with his nerve felt a sentiment of fear ter Turning on his heel he said C the frames evenly siaced move the old leaves will not be too large Th proposals is reLittles Barker Sfca KfBivea Newell at 3000 Somertet Re- - served when be wnhod to borrow was always iltian than Ma- anotner room hive to a new location a few feet to one hogsheads should be made to weigh to H bar- it and ter will do put the new hive in the about one thousand pounds Each proposal must be sealed marked sr to- - banker in son lived s IM luere were rewards on riis Here an excellent meal was ler shop down street to he housa d hive was get twelve hundred if the hogshei The announcement on Saturday that Proposal for the sale of property for a exact place w are m that he would head sat up until la state ST a day named Bat as soon as g tlie keel bouts grades should a the limb in a dish very large Tin paster one of our most exten- - site for the Public Building in Richmond j A door from gan to bear that we had only 23 of he spare the lives o con w i armors box no need of trying weigh from tv and addressed and mailed to irteen hundred tell into and stockmen had made Kentucky old patrons and the public apita be begin to feel A skilled counterfeiter from the to get all as you will likely get the pounds net Burley tobacco muiit not an assignment caused a perfect buzz ma auds Ti Charies Foster ners pro S 5 that rain stared him in the face Had he was at a cave in tlie rocks below Padu queen with the bees that are near the be prized hard In case it is necessary Mr Good pasters liabilities which are Secretary 6f the Treasu had been lately secure ZT er 1 been told that all the money in the cali Murrell told tie story aid Mason Murrell and he intended to flood the lowest point of the cluster now pour to prize two or more grades in tho same very largely security debts for others Washington D 3943- 2S and the best of work done Â¬ slatnre on the Detno- - eooBtry divided among ttre pipulation at once promised that he should join his give caeh person only 21 e banditti lie agreed and his initiation would not have minded it a bit It into crime was now fully consummated would have prod need no more effect on For over a year he participated in scenes him than tlmeticai of crueltv and bloodshed and beeasaa which dhow how uiai hardened in would tak t or how A K IBBKB REPUBLIC many greenliacks it woul axr He had more intellect than Mason the walls of the capitol at Washingtoi in who was a mere stabler and he now lic a neat and tasteful manner What dif- gan to organize what he intended should ference does it make he would isiy be Nearly every a rohlier republic when we know the money is not ting ruffian in the Hotlthwos was brought divided among the whole jxpula into his band The country was sparse iinini in tiled and by force of intrigue he whom he hascoofiden that wo have got the control of the elections in many SS of currency per capita h of the river counties in Mississippi and wild with anxiety 1er capiat made his own men sheriffs and jut a very different 1 aw of th aliding people were 1 thing What had no appalled It was impossible to hold a idea that our er capita condition was murderer or horse thief as the collusive anything like that Why we are sitting officers accepted straw liail and the culHod help the poor It prit rode away Emigration was pourtigs and Wall Street specula ing into the State but so unsafe were tors rough us to this They the roads that men torrefied in bands to havu known all along how we were iitua insure safety and yet their horses and tel per capita and yet they have con negroes were stolen and thesasehrea shot cealed it from us In fact there appears down with impunity Murrell left 10 le M sort of doubt that a people may this work to his subordinates and was flourish greatly and te very happy i they antly travelling seeking new asso divide the gx tiling of life er head and making new combinations i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ country with this money but his man nH m K iii iail nt had got infn tr mVii Selma and Stewarts first business was to effect bis release On looking over the list of men he was to see he was sur i to note the names of some who stood high in public esteem Murrell assured him that there was not a county in the State that some official was not in his pay or power Going out Stewart watched the route bul it was impossible to remember any- Â¬ thing so crooked and obscure was it He was attended by a negro as servant whom Murrell recommended as in every way reliable and they had not been to Â¬ gether two hours berore he felt sure that the fellow was a spv and distrusted him When they got to Selma the man was never away from his elbow and it ne a question of doubt how he should see Gov Fowler w ithout detection He however retired to his room under plea of fatigue and about midnight slipped out the window and reach ed the ground There was a party at the iovcrnors and he sent in a note by a servant pleading urgent business In a short time be was in a room with that official and Benjamin Claiborne the Attorney-General of the State and told his story On looking over the names of thwhom Murrell had recommended him to the Governor started Why one of these men is down stairs now as Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i -- them out in front of the new Hive so thev can crawl ui to the entrance If a good part of the cluster remains on the limb the queen was most likely not begot- Â¬ ten when a second effort must be made Now we can readily see from this simple manipulation that all the working force will be thrown to the new hive so if there are any finished boxes on the old hive they should be taken to the house and the unfinished Ixxes placed on the new hive the second or third day after the swarm was hived The old hive will not likely need any more boxes but the new one will if the hon Second swarms or ey flow continues more than one swarm from each old hive is not desirable and will not likely occur if the above plan is worked But both hives will be in splendid con- Â¬ dition by fall to winter nicely and be in good condition for the next years crop When the honey flow ceases which will be indicated by the white clover flora drying up and turning brown about the middle of July in Kentucky the surplus honey boxes should be taken off and placed in a warm dry place never in a damp cellar To have your bees winter nicely and come through strong and healthy in the spring the space occupied by the honey boxes in the summer should be filled in the fall with dry sawdust or chaff so as to enable the bed to retain the heat naturally generate during the cold weather The time for taking off the winter packing and putting on the sur- Â¬ plus honey boxes may be regulated by the blooming of the black locust which is usually a few days before white clover begins to bloom And now we have carried the bees in a general manner through an entire year and the time spent with them need not require more than one or two hours all told When the patent bee hive man wants to talk your ear off about his moth proof gum just tell him your plain Langstroth hive and strong colony of bees is all the moth trap you need The reader will bear in mind that these hints were writ ten by a bee keeper living South of Mason and Dixons Line and are more applicable to this section Winchester Ky March 27th 1851 Â¬ Â¬ Without a Peer UORIES SCHOOLFIELO CO CLOTHIERS HATTERS AND GENTS FURNISHERS 213 W MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY oLargest Assortment Lowest Prices Latest and Best Styles in Spring Suits oLadies Misses and Gents Fine Shoes Respectfully that we can please you Visit our store examine our goods learn our prices and we feel assured VORIES SCHOOLFIELDC0 Â¬ New - Livery - Stable -- Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Buggies ad Ham tart M Â¬ Â¬ fa Is Â¬ I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ four-year-o- Â¬ - -- Sell Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ YRupg jr 1 Â¬ Â¬ Brownmont 1905 Almst 1 Â¬ enjoys 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ i-t ld Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ pns Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ three-year-o- ld Â¬ ld Â¬ ld i Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ld i CD Â¬ Â¬ a o C Â¬ v t 5 ffflEAT and Â¬ a- - Â¬ 1 1 A Â¬ Â¬ I Cut h i Â¬ Â¬ e a hieit s F a Â¬ 5 v r 1 OK CD GP C 1s THE CLIMAX ffoftaeaday Tfct ice - - - April X in 18 factory cfrtainty - plans an page of Climax Yam jn fou th ian have early in K icv from the Bkbaaopsj Mrs W Wiggins is building a Btreet nsi think of it ill tlie tmni Tlw Th rail- KlUK pounds ol ic a ittyvillel typewrifa zine Co been i male the K C and Miiii ed a M lur in town TixKl Son ha Uai in ni the Mackcy uinox lutiful Mr 1 v 1 J W Crawford baa material on ergetsa it- - the Ix xinjti in Li itor of the Cum ix Tliursilax the notorious ml partner oanty the graphic sketch Murrcll will Ik of rl in Real Estate Transfers for March PER80NAL The transfers of Richmond lots dur aOBeamX 4ln the vacant ing the month of lnarehj amounted to Mr L R Bordis of LouieTiiiej Was in Iry corner of 00 as Phc Iwok the city last week on business md Heat in the County Clerks offlcft Aniung Mrs A W Smith has returned from a them are the following visit to her parents in Louisville Th el Tlie Btehv R Turley iaff 750 Ed MahrJ of Erlanger passed inond lea Man l Mr Parrkh through this place for Irvine last week to and repjv H Mary F Oldham iiy Miss Fannie Newlon of Middlesbor S00 It Thos Thorpe 700 bopin imnietli ough is visiting Miss Minnie Wagers J II Powell to C C Wai of this city and D Parrish to Roliert Chcnault 400 f five T E Baldwin toll I Dillingham 100 Miss Mennie Crandall left Sunday for W M Tierce to J It Cornelison Edenton where she will embark in the my having purchased The transfers of farms for the month instructing business t from Mr Owen McKee for amounted to 184000 Among them Mr IT 8 Store R T Buckley Hon t a water L Schlege the photographer has keeiier Lawrencebnrg rlsittjd frinde he princi- it 10 acres rmu Mr W E Limon and relatives here the past U eek erer will come from the part Of the 1r Walker place for a gar- Mr J B Parrott of Hinton V Va w ho has been visiting J E Gott across Mr Pica The total real estate sales for town and turn LSth of May county first quarter of the year are the railroad returned home last week Mr and Mrs Henry Perry of Rich man and the Richmond bid him welcome mond spent from Saturday to Monday Two RuldiiT Caught and a Waon Load The cost of the plant with his parents in the county YiWio and of Stolen tioodn Recovered Juurnal institution in Monday night at a late hour as every way Mrs Bennett and daughter of Rich Â¬ officers Feeney and Bui I J were waiting mond have been in the city several Now Service on the II RR VI the ruins of Bonanza Mills on the days having some dentistry done by lit for a man they wanted they iithern turned Dr Oalbreath Trantcript A saw two men walking up the branch at K K over to the own the K N Miss Fannie Gott who has been visera t only a the water carrying something bulky They decided to watch them The men iting relatives in Richmond for the past n hard at quietly made their way between the month or so departed for her home with Hinton W Va last Week the mill ruins and the deserted old gns MwMollie Bates went to Louisville g and went under the Main street tiling to one side of bust week in the interest of Mrs Let will h id a new- viadu traii Main street and Berry to the other and Maupins millinery store- with which with a each looked over down into the branch Miss Bates is now connected Mr K J Hampton Postmaster at irriving in but in vainthey could not see the men out Finally they ventured down Winchester spent the past week with at 104- a in being over one r than any other train arrives and peeped under the great arch but his aunt Mrs H C Hargis this place nobody was visible This was simply He looks slick as a ribbon and says he train alaomaket ant minding fur they had seen two men will soou have a new and handsome rriving in go under there and they had not come office out and could not be seen rtoii at 7 a 111 Hemming th Mrs H L Perry delightfully enterBerry remained till nearly daylight tained a large number of the young Louisville at 410 p in and arrive at Hi hmoiid at BsSO p at walking continually from side to side of friends of her sisters Misses Mayme and street watching up and down the Madge Hart on last Friday evening A This train ville with t4 p hi branch Cajit Feeney returned and re-Â¬ nice lunch and dancing were features of lieved him When daylight had nearly the evening 9a D the officers went down under the 7 at Ijii V Butler formerly of this place arch and there found where several who md arri has recently lieen living in Rich es had Ken removed initiation mond passed down to Cincinnati Tuesfrom the side and a lare excavation leavea BarJuaoad at pm day to get samples and travel for the g our country friends a chai made winch was easily done by simply Owosso Casket Works Owosso Michin spend two and a half hours shoveling the dirt into the branch gan He will travel over five States -and return 0 day With this w here it washed away The branch is Kentucky Tennessee Ohio Indiana and J on liotli sides for 100 yards above large Pennsylvania Paris Hem the street and the mill ruins and old patrol Mr Butler was salesman for the Colgas works shut oil the view ou the lowlins Furniture Co Circuit Court er side making capital retreat for robThe regular Match term of the Madi bers The olficers were astonished to RELIGIOUS rlinp was Â¬ 1 1 t Iv the sire of Albion also Moberleyft Cosby near Waco King Mellaril i one of the handsomest - iu Kentucky by old Peavine first dam Pharos by imported Phaeton sec Â¬ ond dam bv Glencoe third dam by Woodford He is 16 hands higi weight 1250 pounds and stands at oine and SftMlJuVj Rich 0 Roscoe 2V0 Â¬ mond i Jesse Cobb stands at 15 He is a of fine style and action by Mark Diamond he by Diamond Den- Â¬ mark be by old Black Denmark he by the four mile horse Denmark His grand dam is half brother to Georgette 219 and Belle Vara 238 C E Colyer near ktchnV h lie won Flury Wi ikes stands at 15 six first premiums in seven contests by Young Wilkes by Idol Wilkes sire of J H L 2201 Idol Wilkes by George CM Wilkes dam by Peeks Idol Shearer near Red House Tornado stands at f 10 He is an ex- Â¬ cellent breeder by Old Peavine first dam by Grey Eagle Jr the latters dam by Tranby Second dam by Erabrys W A Powell and R J Lexington McKee Richmond Sandage Is a sired by Second Jewell the great saddle and show horse nearly one hundred years old and still as He has Spry as the nimble marmoset been married four times lived to tell it Is how a wftJfrwf r and a favorite witli all the old widows in his neigTibWhKod In 1857 he joined the Masons While perhaps not the oldest Mason In the State by reason of the number of years since he joined he is doubtless the old- Â¬ Record est living Masm n Kentucky Lewis C Wright near Levee otte of Â¬ 1 1 The North Middletou Advance says Poe aged 14 years son of James Poe of this place met with a horrible death Saturday Little Poe in company with two Cooper boys went to Mt Sterling for it loud of reel and returning all had pro Â¬ were caught in the tain Th O o O o OOO with plenty of vided themselves and Poe was soon in an intoxicated condition On arriving home he was put to bed bat died of convulsions in a short the best known men In our county com- Â¬ while n spite of the attendance of Drs mitted suicide yesterday whilst insane Bean Weaver and Fithian He was ibbbL He had developed insanity on Thursday buried in the local cemetery Monday and since then his family and friends morning have been watching him Their eyes NEW ADVERTISEMENTS were fully open to the fact that he con Â¬ templated self destruction and several OF acts on his part bad plainly shown that he was seeking an opportunity to end his Remaining unclaimed in the Po4 Office life Yesterday about noon while one at Richmond Ky for the week ending or two had hold of him he broke away March 31ft lSji Tone- - J ii A and jumped into a well in the yard Allen Tom Thos K Ammerman be drowning himself before he could LanhaaB W F may be seen stealthily moving about after the sun that Livingston A taken out although every effort was BigeratatF AW Had radiant heavenly body has ceased to shei Olcham B Burton Lucv Mt Sterling Ammh made to rescue him Payne P wended its way downward and allowed itself to sink bel Burness N B Mr Wright was formerly a citiroll Simmons A V Olark Kittie the western horizon and they are always heavy laden for they zen of this county He married a niece Cunningham Hays Smith Sophia 1 of W II Kidd of this city and was a Daris I A Dr Williams Alfred bowed down even to mother earth with their load ot -- Poor Williams Maria Field Al G brothcr-in-luof John A Eubank sonrce of sustenance for SO long but El ward ii Â¬ GOING OUR Lbbb Â¬ Competitors 0000000000 LIST LETTERS TIHY Â¬ w Â¬ Winchester Democrat 1 - - Â¬ -- No one doubts that Dr Sages Catarrh dam by HubbleB fHinmfWBfl Jackson on d dam a Rocky Mountain mare He Remedy really cures Catarrh whether disease be recent or of long standing stands at 10 to insure Bud Dunn near the because the makers of it clinch their - Station in it with a 500 guarantee which isnt a King Forest Mambrino is by Mambri- mere newspaper guarantee but on call That moment is when 1011 no King he by Mambrino Patches full in a moment prove that its makers cant cure you The brother to Lady Thome Mambrinno reason for their faith is this Dr sages Kings first dam by Alexanders Edwin remedy has proved itself the right cure Forrest 6iie of Billy Koskins 22tib for ninty nine out of one hundred cases of Second dam by Birmingham the dam of of Catarrh in the Head and the Worlds Dispensary Medical Association can afford Fisks Mambrino Chief 228 sold for to take the risk Of you being the one Silas Hill Berea hundredth 12000 Stands at The only question is are you willing to Grey Havk is a combined stallion and make the test if the makers are willing to stands at 8 to insure He is take the risk If ao rest is easy You and has the handsomest lithographed pay your druggist 50 cents and the trial Is by Pacolet begins If youre wanting the 500 youll literature in the couuty Denmark be by Sumters Denmark he get something better a cure by Washington Denmark J F Adams Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 011 last Satur- Â¬ day try lc ug all over the nnmkcr of peraoaiaand acquit Ma lmioinl are MfEeriag from it are dying in the North-A The Or id Jury found 96 indictn A were auaber of defendants tnty Fair Co pardoned allowing the authorities are baring in near the lid it not lie v Bqaire Newby Vmm rlti fine and 5 days in jail H C McKinne unlawful taking of sidewalk Mr J Traynor petit larceny jail 7 months in Wi ll ami reliable young an jail hi 1 Frank Miller grand larceny 1 year in the penitentiary J Noland petit larceny 6 months in Win Col Preston forgery iciitiary 2 years in the 11 th find at least a wagon load of troods of all kinds and every Description But the robbers were gone The officers decided to wait until night and watch again so night just before the street lamps were lighted officer Berry deputy jailer Park and two others Capt Feeney having gone to Frankfort with pri from Circuit Court were on hand and saw two robbers come up the branch and go under the arch They closed in on them and took them without an effort and two more surprised fellows were perhaps never seen One is a white man and the other perhaps a mullatto They refuse to talk even to giving their names They are in jail and the goods will be removed to the jail office this morning Mr Bit ialvin who is an old salesman and familiar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ will preach at Ford next Sunday April 5th Rev W A Barnes and wife of Lexington will spend the coming season in Rev L H Blanton D D Â¬ Europe Rev H T Daniels of Paris was unable to fill his pulpit last Sunday on ac Â¬ count of illness Rev Mr Prestridge of Winchester is holding an interesting revival service at Mt Sterling Baptist church Â¬ The contribution at the Methodist church on Sunday for their Mission Training School at Kansas City amount ed to 945 Â¬ CaBBtga til i Stage Tint lay the stajre will lejive m and reach Irvine turning will leave Irvint at inolicl at iflicc penitentiary Pete Noland zvufli at ibfihndtB horse stealing 3 yean in the penitentiary Moaea Tribble malicious cuttii ttentiary Howard Wh 4 years in ry the penitent Ali in the tf and nine ire in with the private marks of various merchants Bays that almost every house in town baa goods in the lot From the way some small articles are marked in lead pencil two or 5 cents three for 10 co it ia probable that they Can from small country stores this lie the depot of the Gibaoa nv It looks like it The robbers will be ictiona in all during the tried this afternoon Luis of Fun at Ij Satnrday Thr What a jjiori the public Pinnacle City a Mtii ieZ I M killeil at ssauiine county he re lit home on Monday j The from the away a looked iay mornit to the Court more shots at him which brought to the I people It lor a time that the robber was jail g a entirely such Diuuer at ion He vhi inred the thing h re- - i itt d to come and I returned to the rush Abuut IV had been c and every fusion that the Judge had walked out to await iu by that et- - hlnnd t li -- liee man nad ly for id the public He writes ftom iil and intelli- - light shoot him kill him nl up and it looked aaafthe fellow would be lynched Co I ween the priao- people and made a characteristically cool but Strong speech no wrong D When the hang him I fj retown College S At John M the Inti Mr t Kcan r li I been S Wili oii iter Kentucky il r justified tried and found guilty He per ilated with men who were unduly excited and in quieting an excite- ed at one time would result in the death of the prisoner then came in and and then came Judge Morton and del primand 111 Â¬ that Hurrah for Hi K - Read Your tan Melrr mr Agai- Dr 11 id returned fiom iap where he has hfn two wounded broth rs - nners ever look at their me-iw get well and the chances are favorable -1- V n 1 S ii--i- They wen- at tiecanse tl eir 1 party i bad killed f jur party which resisting ar- waskillled and severa of I oentl -V nothing of the of liis thev are until their bill is Tel It is busi- look after vonr however small s The ga Would com pany rty wounded ii Sgfat We Would Uka to Know Why the K C authorities- - dont bttild bbBmIbDBH V paiscngcr depot rs are at one end or ther of the line at the same time Why a certain young man acros- id didnt go and help get tl Why hot Why the city autliorities 11 6 M Why a i F I alwaj Why a places along middle or and t goeat dont j et B - prefer that every consunii r be familiar with the miter mi as I it correctly Herewith is presented an exact copy of the dials of the It will be ob-v that the right or A dial hand turns to the right while the hand turns to the left C hand ial on the right the centre B amis -- A the nime at man Mail 4 t is is be lariiilir is was at Hot Advocate C between 2 and 3 ibe e first amount of eai of read L44 While Mr li ingof the last month from the reading of the eciaely gas burned during the if and arriv- - Mr Joe Piajt writes from Cumberland A terrible murder Gap March 25th occurred here last night and a hanging this evening A telegraph operator for Knoxville R R left the office for his home about 1 oclock A negro waylaid The negro ecuicd and killed him to Middlesborough but was an and locked up This evening about 4 started with the negro to On the way a mob took Tazewell jail him from the hung him to a shot him full of In Mr W T Richardson writes from Junction City to the Cum x concerning tile two tragedies He says the murdered man Burke was a resident of Shelby City Boyle county teuinorarily at Cumberland Gap and that the negro was named Hunter and came from Columbia Adair COUnty Dr II R Gibson of Richmond was at Cumberland Gap and was one of the first to reach Burke He was fearfully Baaaafod two bandied and seventy large shot having entered the chest should Beck and head Dr Gibson says that Burke and some friends were play ing pool and uoii leaving projioscd to leer Hunter was lean ing on the counter and remarked what the hells the riatter with me taking a Burke remarked drink with you you can go to hell too whereupon rough language and Hunter BS Burke kicked Hunter Hunter left the loom ami a minute later the men start ed home Hunter secured a shotgun and hid ou the side of the street instantly killing Burke without a word Hunter ran away but was arrested at Middlesborough and locked up Next day the officers by a circuitous route carried Hunter to Cumberland Cap but them and only the a mob in entreaties oi Dr Gibsons brother as sisted by others saved the prisoner But Cumberland Gap is not a county and has no jail only a lock up In the afternoon the officers started with the prisoner having taken him out a back way for the Tazewell jail They had gone only a short distance when fifty or sixty armed men surrounded Two them and seized the prisoner hundred or more eople followed and when a little way out into the woods the mob proceeded to hang the prisoner He asked for time to pray but the he didnt give Burke a mob shouted and the rope liegan to chance to pray tighten Dr Gibson had now arrived and rushing to the prisoners side plead for time for him to pray The rope was slackened and the poor wretch oflered a most fervent prayer Dr Gibson asked him if he was guilty or not guilty and ilty Another mo Â¬ ment he was d11gling in mid air There er and Dr Gilisou says that the report that the liodywasrid died with bullets is a mistake at least when he left the greater part of the there had not lieen crowd hafired The mob pinned acard on must hang till next the day and so it did i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I your It iat a paper first day of this 000 on the first of next have bu is very i materia ing to the tate anj to the eye easily tak- Â¬ A en acceptable to the stomach and healthy 10 of Post t ssing thete and effects laud in it nature qualities Syrup of Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle diuretic known Progress important in this age of vast progress that a remedy be pleas- Â¬ uinns ex Treasi ruff of Arkansas as officially stated is Th I -- - - Madison count vl AX io03 Fair Grounds Richmond An exchange says that a common mare brinl to B thoroughbred horse will pro duce a half bred foal and not a thoroughbred But if a filly thus bred is in turn bred to a thoroughbred sire and this re peated four times the progeny will lie fifteen sixteenths thoroughbred and will be eligible to entry as such in the Claudge Faris eon of Jas D Paris ter has read the New Testament through April Horse Show The April Horse since January 1st As he will not be Show will take place at Benj Gratz Park seven until next month this is consid Lexington at 11 oclock a m on Mon Â¬ FUmiiigxImrg Tiuu ered remarkable day April 13th County court day This rat will be the finest show of stallions to lie There is trouble in the Christian seen in America 42 43 church at Portland a split in the con R P Pox Sons have sold Milt by gregation which is not strange since the Vatican dam by Whites Hambletonian pastor is Rev John Wesley These in- to a Texas man for 2500 a big price congruous elements would not likely but not too much for such a colt mix quietly Fifteen head of trotting stock will lie Rev E Forman D D late of Rich sold in front of Foxs stable on Saturday mond has accepted a call as pastor of ISth April at 10 oclock 41 44 the Memorial Presbyterian church New Orleans He is an able man and the iNEWS PARAGRAPHS church has made a good selection Sorry to lose him from Richmond In the powell Circuit Court last week On account of illness Dr Morton of William Smith was found guilty of the Louisville who was announced to murder of Andrew tlibtis last August preach at the Methodist church last and his punishment fixed at death by Sunday was not able to fill his appoint- hanging This is the first death verdict ment but will be here nothing prevent- ever rendered in Powell county ing on the fourth Sunday in April Wni Stine Jr of Cornishville was re-Â¬ The Kentucky Methodist formerly cently male the victim of a practical published at Lexington will be here joke Some friends put powder in his after issued from Louisville with Revs pipe and by tho explosion his face was II C Morrison and H B Cockrell edi- badly burned and the stein was blown tors Mr Cockrell had charge of Provi- Â¬ through one of hischeeks Laurencebunj dence Methodist church in this county He is considered an a few years ago Chas Arbuckle the millionaire coffee able writer merchant is dead His name bncaBM The Episcopal Convocation for the prominent a few years ago by reason of Ixington district will convene at the a breach of promise suit brought by Fpiscopal chuch in this place Tuesday Miss Campbell- of Ohio against him in evening the 3Uth inst and will continue which suit the court granted her 45000 during the week Quite a number ot the damv Services clergy will be in attendance The biggest soap manufacturing con Â¬ morning and evening All are invited cern in the world has been organized at Winchester Democrat Houston Texas The corporation will Rev George Dunlap suggests the fol- Â¬ have a capital of 15000000 aud pro- Â¬ low ing plan for Rev Geonte O Barnes poses to establish plants to cost from supirt for the next year beginning 50000 to 200000 in Houston New OiApril 1st Let one hundred friends obli- lcans and other cities in the cotton belt gate themselves tor one dollar per month The Presidency of the Lafayette Col- Â¬ and one hundred obligate themselves for lege has been offered to Rev Ethelbert 50 cents per month making 1800 which Warfiehl now President of the Miami he thinks his friends could do easily Dr War Ohio University Oxford field is a brother of Rev B B Warfield HOUSE NOTES D D Professor of Systematic Theology Madison county has an unusually ex- Â¬ at Princeton and a grandson of Rev Dr cellent lot of stallions for public inspec- Robert Brwkinridge of Kentucky tion tle present season as evidenced by Lima oil is being used successfully in the cards and advertisements that have a number of Pittsburgh mills and fac- Â¬ lieen printed at the Climax office It tories Rolling mill owners favor it be- Â¬ is early in the season but the number is cause it does not oxidize the iron and large for that reason it is thought that natural Next to the highest price is Emperor gas will soon be superseded by it The Wilkes i7 standing at 50 or 60 to oil is shipjied from the field in tank cars Sired by William L brother to insure and a movement is on foot to build a the great Guy Wilkes and sire of the pipe line to this city 105000 horse Axtell His book for the Moses Coffey of McKinney has bad a O H Chenault is now full fearful time with measles in his family Vatican 11308 record 229 sire of All eight of his children were down at Belle Vara 222J sire of Light Hall His once and were extremely sick 215 at 2 years old and other fast 7 Tues- Â¬ first youngest some months old died Vatican is by Belmont 04 horses day and several other members of bis dam Hambletonian 10 second dam Three highest family are dangerously low American Star Vatican is the have sufficiently recovered however to priced horse in the county standing at be of some service in waiting on the B H Neale 100 Stanford Journal Brownmont 1905 standard and regis- Â¬ others Mr Wm B Daniel and wife formerly 1880 sired by Almont 33 tered foaled first dam by Mambrino Chief 11 second of this county have filed a suit in the Almont is by Mercer Court for 11100 against the dam Eagle by Zenith rn Union Telegraph Company Alexanders Abdallah he by Ryskiks P The suit grows out of the operator at 20 to insure J Hambletonian Burgin failing to deliver a special Embry Silver Creek 15 first dam John sage announcing the death of Rosking stands at iter in Woodford county and Woodfords famous sweepstakes saddle aintiff was put Fogg she by Beauty and he for the annoy mare Kitty VeriaiUes Ingic sire of Clemmie G 215 Post to reach this penalty j Boy 223 Second dam Puss the dam of Jacob Smith of Bueua Vista Ky is Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ The meetings at the High Street Methodist church Islington continues with great interest Many conversions are reiiorted of New Rev Dr Howard Crosby York one of the most distinguished di vines in this country is very ill at his home iu that city Mr Lowery the Rev converted of Little Rock Arkansas drummer is engaged in a successful meeting at the Methodist church Millersburg Forty professions at last account GeB Oreen Clay Smith has returned from Washington to Mt Sterling and is ill full of malaria and broken down generally His wife is attending him Tho Potomac flats do not suit him Â¬ A DiBville Verdict Mr Jesse Dunn writes as follows I Millions Peavine stands at S8 By Old for the last Peavine dam by Old Drennon second have used Quinns Ointment Windpuffs twelve months on thoroughpin dam by Harris Denmark 3rd dam a Curbs and Splints it has never failed Frank Horsemen should not be without it It thoroughbred A good horse would seem as if Quinns Ointment was an Sculder Inion City investment it Lord Clifden stands at He is a Kentucky Midland Railway speedy horse having run quarters in 23 seconds half mile in 47ij J mile 116 Office Gfneral Passenger Agt 1 and lapped Pearl Jennings out in J mile Frankfort Ky March 15 oj Arrangements have been effected with Won twelve races as a 3 and in 115 Crescent Route and E T Sired by imported Bucden the Queen G R R Co whereby their mileage First dam Engagement by Enquirer J V W Farley five miles from Richmond on books will be honored for passage on this road These tickets are on sale at all the Jacks Creek pikp C and E T Stranger Boy has as fine blood as any principal office of the Q G R R at the rate of two and one horse in Kentucky and stands at only V 10 Sired by Stranger out of Goldsmith half cents per mile V L Clark G P A Maid 214 it First dam by Administrator sire of Catchrly 218 and nine others It is charged that the State of Penn Â¬ Second dam bv Walkbetter than sylvania has been robbed of 1085000 by ers Grey Baste third dam by Lexiagtoa the managment of soldiers orphans 4th dam by Copperbottom S B Phelps schools and eight men are named as hav White Hail ing accumulated fortunes from such steal- Â¬ Pilot Wilkes by Bud Crooke MS he ing from fH000 to 300000 by the great George Wilkes dam Belle Diaaer at GiaBchigliaBi s Walker by Dick Turpin by Clark Chief Drop in Court dar at Dinellis old by Mambrino Chief Clark Chief sired the dams of Phallas Wilson and Majoli- stand second door from the Post office ca 2134 216 216L Stands at HsV and get a good dinner JOB GlVNCHIGLIANls It Clifton Burgin White Hall Pennsylvania 1433 record 247 by Henry Watterson has accepted an in- Â¬ 19 General Washington sire Poem vitation to deliver the address before the at once before the present supply is ex- Â¬ Presto 222 at S years old Luzerne 227 Jefferson and Washington Literary So hausted BELFORDS MAGAZINE CO dam Madeline 233 bv Hambletonian cieties of the University of Virginia on 860 Broadway New York 42- 10 2nd dam Nancy Whitman dam of June 30 2 17J by Seeleya Maude McGregor Gardens Plowed American Star is a dark bay 16 hands Thoroughly and reasonably and weighs 1250 pounds An excellent C T Wells 37- horse and stands at 40 II C Traynor Big Hill il 20 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Prices which have been their which they are now conveying to their last restii We are now in the ring with a new complete and very attractive pm I B WILLIS line of g We are not entirely unknown to you either We were reared H SilACKELFORD neath the same wing by which we are shielded now and we inl A TTOtXE V A TLA that the same sun the same moon and the same stars wl KENI RlCHMOSD their lustrous beams over our infancy shall be omnipresent in our deWill practice In all the Courts clining days li- First street Kaui We are aware that our road ia a nigged one but the life of trade and by honesty fair dealings and proofs of m we are making rapid strides towards the topmost round of the It We did not expect the patronage of the WIMLt RECORD 247c Union but knowing that we were at the mer By Gen Washington sire of Poem and strove to be able to accommodate them to t Lu221 2192 Presto Dam at a Madelene 223 by proud to say are succeeding admirably zerne 227 Hambletonian 10 2nd dam Nancy WhitOur line comprises many of the leadi by man dam of Maude McGregor 217 Seeleys American Star rd dam Nance and we assure you that we are not con heap dam of Ladv Whitman 130 by Dur h us Pennsylvania ii a Johnny establishment Our proffered indi Messenger Duroc dark bay 16 hands high black mane and r Spriag ard Summer st tail and weighs 1250 pom al attention ia called to our Will make the season of 1S91 beyond deacriptioi -- Old Gents shoe also our 150 an AT 40 TO INSURE A COLT and Our line of CLOTHING at my stable at the Fair Oronds RichWe can fit the small boy price H C TRAYNOR mond Ky Agent man at prices unheard of Aho SUITS MAD 42- Just inspect our line of HATS coaaisU A TTPEWRITER FDR md bran and in fact all the leadin In emlli But our cry does not end here Hamlker The Most Marvelous Achievement in show a beautiful line of Oloves It does good cheap and useful machines Underwear Shirts Collars Culls 8 Operates entirely automatically work Has no parts Umbrellas oiic Ac Ac Is simple in construction Is compact in torm liable to wear out Handkerchiefs Scarfs Novelties in J Is well made and and light in weight Will write rapidly with neatlv finished Twenty five cents buys a pood Work Shirt Ut practice The Mkritsof this Machine call forth the highest praise and testimon- Drawers and an arm load of other bar It has no ials from hundreds Because Flannel and Unlaundried Shirts from Leaves every word ribbons to wear out as soon as printed fanciest made visible to the operator Requires no skill or practice to operate A efaoice selection in novelties in Its Operates by use of One Hand only Is silk puff bosoms and weight adapts it to travelers size Laundried Shirts from tl The legibility an educator for the young and beauty of its work recommend it to Agents for the celebrated STAR Shirt the use of all fBTWe are live men with live goods at live prices W JttfThis beautiful and useful machine will be presented FREE to cverv new sell you an article cheaper than many mercha subscriber sending 150 for one Send Oh we are way out of sight subscription to Beltords Magazine Wilson Lee Gibson Judson Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a m to f p m 4 Â¬ Pennsylyania 1433 Â¬ I IBB Â¬ JLC0LEYC0 Staple Fancy EC P L BOGGS E B CO WALLACE Mrs ObbbB Rolierds died in Jessamine county aged 88 years Miss Jane Iognn died in Boyle conty aged She had been blind for 72 ycfl Good fiont and back rooms on Main street suitable lor young men Cheap Apply at Climax office 33- - Main Street opp Court House WARDROPER shortage of 121000 has lieen discovered in the Washington National Bank of New York and as a consequence the doors have buen closed A Â¬ Â¬ GROCERS The flew Planing Mill LalorsOld Stand corner Main Richmond Ky W P Baxter painter and paper hangand B Streets er does the best work See him and get a good job THE MADISON COUNTY PLANING MILL WARDROPER WALLACE Proprietors Is now thoroughly adjusted and in excellent running rk turning out unexiv EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MILL WORK DONE TO ORDER rt Lexington an Italian fruit dealer by a tramp last Thursday night and robbed of five hundred dollars ins Margolin was sal IMew A nice Cottage of six rooms Situated on Fifth Street for sale Apply to 41- Firm New Goods - Edwin Brown Davie Hatcher of Lincoln county was run over and killed by a freight Wednesday train at Dillions Switch Fresh - Choice - Groceries purchased by the new firm Will be sold at exceedingly reasonable prices FULL MEASURE SUCHAS night DoneLson has a quantity ol new Sulkies Surries and buggies of the newest and most popular pattern and at very reasonable figures 5- Doors jtash Blinds Mouldings Lath Shingles Rough and Dressed Lumber Our mill is immediately on the K 0 Railroad near the Depot and communicates by switch running into our yard Two more indictments have been re- Â¬ turned at New Orleans against Mc- ChryBtal and Cooney for attempting to bribe jurors D C OMalley the detective has also been indicted Â¬ and DOWN WEIGHT Country Produce ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED bought and sold at Market Irices WE ARE ALSO If you want to buy a Sulky Surrey Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor he has the latest best and cheapest 5- The Kimbrough brothers of Lexington cigar and tobacco dealers assigned last week Â¬ J 42- E L COLEY CO CONTRACTORS 41- - v AND v BUILDERS WALLACE Louisville Southern R R T V G If you have a house to build give us a ch nice at it MATRIMONIAL Ry Co Lessee WARDROPER CRESCENT ROUTE Married in March Wm B Thorpe QDEEN Cora L Thorpe George W Sioaely Popular Southern Short Lino Via Vanie Million M M Reid Kebecca Louisville - or - Cincinnati Lonann Alexander Walter C Stacev Bet All Northern anJ Southern Points Lou Ann Dozier James Bryant Elizabeth Freeman A F Johnson Carrie Time Table in Eject March 1st 1801 Turner Thomas Young Leila Young EAST AND SOUTH BOUND Wm Young Sarah B Whittaker John No r No F Hawkins Elizabeth Bunnell Vincent STATIONS Mail Ex Collins Martha Long Daily Daily Â¬ 1 RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond Ky DIED Lott Eastes died in Madison county Ky on Monday March 30th 1891 aged 90 years He came from Estill county and married Betsy Stagner who survives him Lv Louisville Ar Jefferson town 410pm 5 55 P Shelbyville Lawrenceburg Harrodftburg Burgin Danville Junction City 705 pm to to a m 8 2 pm ti 12 am Jospin Siiim a m 9 05 11 I yuan m 5 Sanitary Plumbers Steam and Gas Fitters WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF 840pm 90T p 93P 705 7 Lv Lawrenceburg Versailles Midway Georgetown Lv Versatile Ar Lexingtoa Lv Versailles Ar Nichotasville Richmond J pm m I 35P am am am II Ex Sun to 25 a m 11 00 a m l 43 52 830pm 7 34 7 55 P 11 12 35 20 am pm Gas Fixtures off Every Description f March 28 1891 Whereas It hat pleated the Supreme day of March 1891 to Ruler on the a remove from our midft our beloved friend Thereand brother Rufus E Moberly Green tf Respect Hill Inion No 1999 Tribute P 8 15 pmn m Daily mlio jian 30 m INCLUDING it t Sun 3xam 30am Chandeliers Brackets Stanards Globes Rubber Tubing 4c BATH TUBS AND CLOSETS JENKINS GLOBK VALVES best made SYPHONS AND INSPIRATOJ HOT WATER BOIL NORTH AND WEST BOUND STATION Lv Richmond m No 4 t Nl fore be it Resolved That in the death of Brother Moberly this Union sustain an irreparable loss and the community a good citizen Resolved That we tender our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family and es pecially to the grief stricken wife and we would commend her with the bereaved relatives to Him who is able to sooth all Our sorrows and doelh all things well Resolved That this Union wear the usual badge of mourning and a copy of these resolution s be spread upon our minutes and one sent to the bereaved family one sent to the Farmers Home lournal and one to the Climax Richmond Ky A S Hisle G S Deatherack A J Broad Dis W U Bonny Â¬ Â¬ Daily Eat 00 6 35 7 37 Ar Versailles 1 yt pm m Sun am a na am Lr Lexington Ar Versailles Midway Ver iaillr Ar Lawreitceburg Lv Junction City Ilanviile Burgin Harrcdsburg twrencrburg fcrtotuowat Lv Georgetown 650am Small Hydrants and Hose tor Yard and Street Sprinkling jupmj 610am ji 1 m You need not go to Cincinnati or other places for your fixAres for we carry a 330pm 730am 400pm 7 57 am full stock of the latest designs Our work is done by men who are just from Bail yT y Mill supplies to till all demands 303pm 500am delohia nipn 530am 350pm 600am CO RICHMOND 305pm 650am 405pm 7 57 am PLUMBING 608pm 956am n mi 10 05am 9 05 a m 33 7 Plimbkbs to Richmond Water m Agent or Uui riil District Pass G on miy Committee P T ill O Coke For Sale An excellent quality of coke for sale Price izSc the new gas works M N DRIGGARS Supt Richmond Water and Light Co 40- - at r ia MilliBt ry h has opened Miss Mar a first class West Gent ford perienced trimmer from CI P Iff II R OLIVER PLOWS Mi Tjullding a house j j Important Suggestions for Pooplo of Moderate Moans The Duties of Architect and llnlldc- rVThat Kind of Materials to fee Plans and Specifications for a Pretty Home COPTBIGHT 1S91 1 P BT A N KELLOCO PAPEB COl NIWS- - This handsome dwelling is to contain seven rooms and can be built for 82600 It is calculated to prepossess anyone in its favor while the plan with the some Â¬ what original feature of a living room is conducive to comfort and economy of spaee The front porch Is 10x11 feet hall 6x 10 feet living room 14x14 feet kitchen 14x14 feet pantry 5x0 feet tlirce chain- - be as ttwvn and about 1 taSli inch thick aaa all other trimmloa s to be as shown All this work to be of well seasoned pine white free from large loose knots eta Veiianpa To be as shown rail sad brack- eta cornice etc all to bo of white pine Lay the floor with lonneu and grooved white pine flooriig about 4 inches wldo blind nailed and laid close Construct steps as shown to have cove under nosing etc Shingles Whore shown shingle outside walls with good quality white plno shingles laid to the weather about 6Vt Inches and applied in the best manner BooiTHC Corpontor shall frame and con struct all roofs In the most thorough manner all thoroughly spiked and braced Do all the necessary framing as required for gables chimneys etc provide and fix the ends of raft- ers of sixe as shown and cut to the forms shown all to be nailed to main rafters Also provide falters will ho 8x4 12 feet long framed as In dicated by the deration Floor Joist should be sx 10 and W and the cellng Joist Sxt all planed lA inch centers Roof boards and oat side sheatUlng to be 6 lnch straight edged fencing Shingles either cypress redwood or pine The diagonal work shown on the elevation Indicates 1x3 matches and beaded pine all doors to be five paneled P O 1H Inches thick bung with 44144 Japanned butts locks 4 inch mortise knobs Jet or porcelain All window frames to be boxod for weights and to be IS thick Up sash All of the casings sash lumber Jambs sash and interior finishing throughout is estimated to be best quality clear seasoned pine the stairs to be of pine bat the handrail and balusters of oak either white or red quarter sawed Tio floors of each story Â¬ Â¬ rhambtf 1f w yfn Ifamitr- - iot1 V m - PfrjLX Make all and a I f- - mj - I 1 rrnsKi au6 n til Ed mm U deeond ffoor Pfan and put In place a guttor with molded face well nailed and supported of whit pine and pitch the waier to points indicated for leaders ablcs I L irr X7 0 - - etc etc as shown as shown out of 114 Inch tinias as shown pot on in the best manner iinglo to be way from angle cf bo of pine and laid about 4i 1 etc bers 14x14 X7 feet 11x14 feet 10x14 feet ell feci ind an alcove 6x10 The house is piped throughout valleys laality white her poii GaijH3 orSHACKELFORD Si GENTRY DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF- - for gas and furnace The materials employed In the con- strovtion of the building are fully do- 1 In the following spcci3cations terial and labor required in tho erection and completion of a dwelling buise according to plans and under the superintendence of the owner Tho contractors will make or specifications but should any error or Inconsistency appear la 3 of the work It shall o duly notify the Etv m drawings e Drawings specificatic are re foriimri AND WAGON House Fumisliing Cioofls BLACKSMITHS EAKSRS TOOLS AND MATERIAL OEKi Roofing and Guttering Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds it ions are to be ling only and are the proper i ure to be carefully treated mpletion of the work are 10 be itlons nuactor for tho the proper adjustments I II LE POWELL FARLEY CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND COR One of be oldest keeps IRON i o contractor vlon labor ma f7 pTfjrraing the AH materials shall iid all work Me manner The to the roper and drawings thing en- - notwlhstandlng the works All work when ua- - ONLY CORMER DOUSE reJ up la a perfect and I MAIN AND FIRST STREETS IN THE KEEPS houses in EVERYTHING Kentucky WKOUUHT smiths UIMS variety ot for black- LINE OF WHEELS and make -- SPOKES for t CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING Ui Any portion of the work done by the eon- -3 of a quality not approved by the owner shall be forthwith removed by and at vpenseof tb contractor and replaced by him in a proper and satisfactory manner The contractors must do all the necessary los and mak good after all in out building when re- also cart away all rob-at may accumulate at any time during th provToss of the work and Is Dot required on ho can put tho samj in any any such place con be found All masonry as laid to be properly protected r by t e mason and the car must provide suitable protection to all keep OBt the cold rain etc Tho tor will proviJo sot centers etc reÂ¬ quired by themison Excavations Make excavation for cellar so as shown on cellar plan b of four feet below tho lino place tho earth In a r grading Kill In around and pack the earth it walls after - mortar Is dry and grade tie excavated earth around to it on j foot six inches above 1 slope off the ground on all sides of the building as directed iitiv Concreting to be composed of ont One part cement aud two pans lime and sharp sand also con- - W n iiows iiad a iadow frames to bo as shown made in the ordinary manner with boxes cr sash weights to be of well seasoned white pine weather lapped meeting rail and to be hung with the best hemp sash cord and cast iron weights Cellar windows and windows in gables as shown to swing and made watertight Oiass All the windows In first and second stories to be glazed as shown with clear double thick American sheet gloss The irlass for sashes in roof and cellar to be glazed with single thick sheet glass Provide and hong to all windows n llrt and second stories outside blinds In two folds with rolling slats hutij with hinges and secured with proper fastenings primed before coming to building Do all other outside wood work shown on drawings but not particularly mentioned interior Work Flooring Lay all flooring in first and sec ond stories with white pine flooring tongued and grooved not over S Inches wide and well nailed to beams and freo from large kola shakes or other ba Imperfections All floor- Â¬ ing to be tongued and gnsrved and laid close to the out all spaces com pletely All Join ed off smooth BaseBoarps There will be a 8 Inch base board on first and upper floors with molded top its and Architraves All door and window openlpirs to bavo a 4 inch architrave with turned k and base block high tnouh to receive the full base all to bo thor oughly nailed and put up In the bst manner For la wing to be used All windows on Urst an second stories will be finished down to sill with apron piece Doors Tbi re will bo a glaztl front door as show icaes thick All doors on first an1 sccor ad attic shall bo four panel r inoiies thick and of the sizes mamed on plans- Closet doors to be inches thick and molded on one side Closets All closets on second story one l tho necessary number of row of Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 - windows The outside covering of this building Is to be 8 inch dear siding of pine Before laying tho siding a thlckneas of good felt paper should be well lapped and nailed on top of the sheathing all of the work of the cornice gables and orna mental work of roof should be made of good white pine nearly clear The plastering is to be two coat work The chimneys for the house iMflM are estimated to be lx 8d quality pine free from 1003c or large knots and all well laid and smoothed off The outside woodwork and shingles also all of the interior finishing lumber and the kitchen floor should be painted with three coats of colors In twe shades as the builder may select The glass is to be double strength for all large single and for all small While filling a kettle of hot water from an open fire her clothing ignited and she was literally roasted dying in a few hours She was alone at the time and was found in the condition stated Mrs Eobinson was aged 83 years and left a husband and six chil-Â¬ dren The Shakers of Shakertown In Mer- Â¬ cer county are preparing to make a 111 Main St below specialty of fruit culture First Paducah expects to get the shops of Ohio Valley railroad now at Cory the don Henderson county Tobacco thieves are raiding tobacco and Fancy barns In Marshal county y Y jSWSM At tho close of the service the other night at the First ltaptist church Pa ducah the pastor made the usual call Queensware Glassware for penitents A couple Joseph L Mc- Â¬ Gregor and Mrs Mary Wiilson ane 6wered and were met at the altar by Tinware Hardware Pastor Jordan The choir had just beÂ¬ gun Blessed Be the Tie That Binds BE A f UK IN- Woodeaware c when Mr McGregor handed a paper to the minister It took Mr Jordan but an instant to discover that it was a li-Â¬ Watches Clocks Jewelry Hilver and cense to marry not a church letter and with a wave of the hand the choir was Plated ware etc Heinl checked and almost before the congreattention given to gation couid realize the facts he made the two of one flesh and dismissed them It is needless to say the wedding closed Tobacco and Cigars DIAMONDS the church service The grand jury will investigate the Co the failure of Theodore Schwartz AND OTHKR PRBCIOUH STONFS bankers cf Louisville and criminal prosecution is to fellow The now- turn out to be 10 thin U PI Thk Louisville it Nashville fast passenger trail cinnatiforNcw Orleans was recked at An Prumply doue ami in a workmanlike your chorage shortly after 11 oclock tho manner r was de- other night 1 molished and the fourteen occupants Cash Paid far Old Gold and Silver buy your lr CI t 111 3 iiijui- Gbo i Mackmns heirs in Franklin Dont forget the place next dinir conpty spur nit a f track of the L and N because the to the Foat olHcv Kielinoml Ky 30- sum de ntilm maud m death Â¬ ftAB Stubbleneld Graves county lira J T Robinson was burned to A D RUFF UEW GROCERY WCToddBro Stalls Gnri UKIIUEIUEIEUI -- Â¬ CANNED GOODS PETTING - REPAIRING 1 WCTOCDEEO Farnell Assaulted Again as Indicated by the plans should be built of good hard brick laid In lime mortar 133 lineal feet 8x8 sills o feet framed 50 8 laeh cedar posts set in ground ISO 8x4 studs o feet long 1860 feet estimate 130 00 60 00 41 Sft framed ft 1F0 2x1 studs 13 feetlong framed 186 85 Sxl rafters 13 feet long framed fsv to 2x 10 joist 84 feet long framed 825 13 Jxs joist 13 feet long framed 35 33 2x I ceiling Jolflts84 feet long framed tm 133x4 ceiling Joist 13 feet long framed 80110 feet roof boards laid 8360 feet sheathing boards laid 33 86 00 18 00 00 00 68 00 13 80 8 80 60 00 61 88 HIGGIHS--HERND- hh 1 Previous to the arrival at Sligo of Mr Davitt a fight with black thorn sticks took place on the steps of the town hall Subsequently Mr Parnell complained that he had been assaulted during the progrefs of the affray by one of the s dents of losra G0RML1 11 - FINEST LI THE NEW GROCERY FIRM ON Poitaiue Coal Slides ble coal slide t nt e lar plank and mado so thai and In i C instruct a porta Â¬ window of X inch they can be taken out n makes of Fine FARMING IMPLEMENTS tohav CoALiiiv Construct bins in cellar with hemloek boards as usual Main Staircase To have risers and tread iogtfcer Treads rter plastering is lin- be inches top ad with adjoining Ished work ir w ar Hats Gloves Valises3 Umbellars tUtF your KSand AMMUNITION r of stairs to I FIELD SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE and heal APLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT where lather- Note If you will mention this paper kails and Baluster To be as and series number seven and send twen Fbownano I y red oak all to ty five cents in stamps to the National be pro tl uewela Builder they will mail to any address and ba the working plans of the above house Privy Bui d a privy 5x7 feet where to be of the usual Send for catalogue of designs and ad- Â¬ wt bstghl hipped and shingled window dress the National Builder Adams ex- Â¬ Inside about Inches square swinging sash press building Chicago I1L me dr-ct-e- li hardware 180 00 doors frames Jambs casing and hardware 170 00 One flight stairs 60 Front porch 170 130 00 Front gable dormers 116 Outside steps 113 88 00 5 chimneys 180 60 foundations and materials 430 feet of base and mold 43 00 145 feet of outside cornice 14 00 135 feet water table and belt course 40 50 6 closets shelves and hooks 80 00 3000 feet llfl inch flooring laid 84 00 Wainscoting bath rooms put up 18 00 Glass glazing and painting 185 00 63M yards 8 coat plastering 30 cents 188 00 Fancy shingles cresting and finlals 43 80 Kf squares of sheathing paper 83 00 Plates bridging blocks etc put up 87 60 87 30 Hardware nails eto 82305 TT Total cost 17 700 feet beaded and mortched 1x8 833 1S00O A shlns les laid 88 8 800 feet of 6 lnch siding 836 IS windows frames sash casing and 83 4J 108 00 83 00 -- STAPLE AND FANCY ranted an o stamped on bottom Addna W UOl GLAN ISrockion Maui Sold by W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE Saddfe M- l- r - Groceries kmw Glasswre Wcodenware JACK FREEMAN owersHagan Trotting Horse DRUGGISTS Corner Main and First Streets RICHMOND KENTUCKY RICHMOND HAS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CAMMED GOODS Now is the time of year for vou to purchase ritiJ EVER BAD FIELD SEEDS Clover Timothy and all other Field Seeds at lowest cash prices ill Buy HU Call And See My Goods nothing tO look through my choice stock and I am sure you will Costs you and gla d i with single thick glass paneled ci I shingled eaves Tin all hi in ided and bolt exterior walls inters ete - eoal tin for before KENTUCKY STATE NEWS and grandfathers on 2Slt flight beir goods half a century CO igles aro put f etc and 10 I 41tl1 J J X b0 PleMed- - of cornice red Do all if window c tps Doaatag go at least W L FAELSY r ImrnammammmrmmmKmmiiwma W A POWELL liAHK TOAOQTJAIHTED V7ITK TEE GEOGRAPHY KOCH TAEUABEE W rrrh i Iff JJ 1 nrn Abt5 ajnin over the work and stop all lesks after other craftsmen and leave everything tight Levi ii- - Put up and properly connect with gutter a 4 inch tin leader in front of house from main roof with the necessary curves bends etc to eonrey tho water from the gutter Have suitable shoes at bottom to throw tho water aw ay from the bull HARDWARE Locks The v and h f rr Brickwork vestibule keys said butts Toor PcW Euili piers chimneys as Rtiown lain tr Cr THE OOtTXTBY WILE OBT All it OF THIS KAF DP T NEW BUGGIES NEW PflJETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES Mv vehicle are new and of the very latest patterns They fire for sule on iie moM reasonable tenns If you want H vehiee come ami see me Hint you wont go Lome without one 5- JOHN DONELSON he cellar bottom to tho depth of throo with the upper surface luit slraijht and of good second stw V - etc to To all wind cossary locks keys butts axe csrj Line and second with white porce joint butts All mortise bolts on all closet doors haru burned brici laid in mortar composed of iont two parts lime and the nec j uantty cf clean s arp sand laid truo umb with flush Joints Build Cues in chimney stacks as shown Lravo all flues iiuu j las tor all chimney y aro lai I up to the oader side of rest Alao build all other brick work as shown on pans twoKK build all outside basement ne 16 Inches thick well bond- walls 1 eo ao kalis ike footlnira of nil walls plci s of rub- ic v 1th lai LATI1IXG AND PLASTERING and fa ioks black j alleys best u all hinges necessary ipauned Furnish ail other hardware nocessary to make this building complete of a quality as above specified and carefully put on so that all doors will lock and bo in fioi ordor when left PAINTING lab all -- V tmL T l T I i - mtHLI f m - LAJiuU i s u oiice I Ml i MM DINELLI THE CHQiaS iiin lines Iwi HOCK IS branches and extensions town THE SHORT LMC TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM 6 t - jt tbern point S I at res It opine Cars HE MISSOURI RIVER of tho richest faj-jria-g- t 1ar iXV VESTIBULE EX1HHU8 TrAlfi 3vxacer and grazing lncU in and conocifcal system of Chair Curs oefn Lodre City and Pullman and from Wicnita ari Kutchhsson te and restaurant firm Dinclli Co composed Dinelli oi Winchester and Joe Giun ehigliani of Richmond doing busim riur ol Irvine and Second Streets in Richmond Ins thio day dissocd bi nutual consent S Dinelli withdrawing Ail accounts due the firm should be paid to Joe Giunchigliani and all accounts against the firm should be presented to him tor payment March 5th 18 S The confectionery 39 4 - JOE GIUNCHIGLIANI Kidneys Li ami li urr d on room to anoth and nailed solid 11 angl s before Should there be aa7 not properly se- stop and notify carpe so All walla partitions and cell- and snesa be finished b with erly put on with suflh i nt force to eocare rt up the brown Cover all -v tli a tood coat of best me - of parts and clean washed j prober proportions so as b all lathing and plastering to extend clear down to the floor and all walls to be straight and plumb and all angles to be sharp and regular do all the necessary patching after other workmen and leave everything In a perfect and com- Â¬ plete state CARPENTER Latuing Lah all wails partitions cell irgs in first and second stories arid ceiling in d lath of f s laid ou of an inch apart and thoroughly nailed TJn lor no cir Joints broken every 18 inches cumstances must lath stop and form a long rtical joint nor any lath put on ora rs or angles nor be any lath run thr sand - Furnish all material and perform all labor for tho full compi tion of all the wood work All lead and oil must be of the best and most serviceable make All wood work nr ist be thorou rbly cleaned off d nail holes stopped sandp liiiled and wood with putty work free from d rt and d All wood work on first floor Firs e coats of such colors as di to be p rected by tho owner Newels Bur iters and Rail to main stair case to be filled with patent wood illler prop erly applied rubbed down and cleaned off and finished with two coats othard oil finish Outside Work Paint all outside work In-Â¬ cluded in this specifications including all roofs etc three asats of best white lead and linseed oil paint of such colors as the owarr may dl ad all work both inside and out must be to his entire satisfaction All paint and var nish spots to bo cleaned off c f walls and floors at completion of the work and all left in a perfect state PLUMBING city Specht asked Smith to do some work Specht was a saloon keeper and employed Smith Smith grabbed a pis-Â¬ tol and beat Specht over the head till un- Â¬ conscious Bethel female college of Ilopkins vllle which is the property of Bethel association of the Baptist church is being handsomely repaired and over S4000 are being expended upon it In September it will be opened for pupils under the presidency of Prof McCall now of Glasgow The entire building and grounds are being put in fine order The president has appointed John H Mcilenry postmaster at Owensboro vice Cliarlet C Watkins resigned FilRTU CLASS postmasters were appointed the other day as follows M A Pluess Bern Station Laurel county W T Purdy Clarks Station Jefferson county K M Iarman Crawford Laurel county E G Alexander Water view Cumberland county FE Schmuck Doups Point Jefferson coun- Â¬ ty J as Waldner Flagfork Franklin county C E Gibbons Ford Clark county S Coock Hatton Shelby coun- Â¬ ty G F Jobncon Longfork Pike coun- Â¬ ty E C McWorter McWorter Laurel county L Pork ins Powersville Bracken county A Taylor Kosetta Breck enridge county J L Pclphrey Belief Morgan county H J Martin Robertson Harrison county A B Palmer Stethon Hardin county Owixsiumn assessments foots up 3132671 an increase of 8386720 in tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ At Louisville Henry Smith colored was given the death penalty for the murder of Louis J 8pecht near that Country Produce PRESCRIPTIONS WCGoilvv SEASON 1891 o 1 At the Highest Market Price COME and SEE HiaGINS 393 1 carefully compounded day and 1891 niirlit by an experienced pliysi cian and pharmacist HBRND0N DRUGS to A1TTEH CHICKEN Medicines Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS p1 VATICAN 11308 Cholera Cure 3 fits gjScsaia H vr old McGi POWERS HAGAN sire 01 Bell Vara WE KEEP 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 positively arts it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar 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¬ of Venice e ur ol Thousands imus ms AND June I TERM ot breeding co anj bctli 1 Vatican ai All wood work In second story to have throo coat in two colors as di Â¬ rected by the own r ivu Stout last year John T Miibiks supreme protector Knights and Ladies of Honor died at Louisville race record and vear old race record Id HARDWARE 35 B II tur ly ortantin ous doaJe 73 pi by mail loo lse Dr LITHOSLNH 6GDr J T LEE 91 Woodburn Av e3200 Cipcinnati Vestem TTrail 0 JOHN SE SA REMOVAL I Timber The timber used throughout this building to be of good quality well seasoned and free from sap shakes large or loose knots or other imperfections Impairing Its durability and strength All to be of spruce excepting where otherwise mentioned Framing Sixe of timbers Girders In cellar 8x10 inches of spruce timber sills 8x8 halved and spiked at angles posts 8x8 glrtj 4x8 plates 4x8 braces 4x4 Boor Joists 8x10 placed 1 Inches oeners roof rafters 8x4 placed 20 Inches to centers collar beams 8x4 studs for filling in outside walls 8x4 of hem lock partition studs for inside partition 8x4 cf hemlock hip and valley rafters Sx8 ridge 8x13 trimmers and headers 4x10 Veranda BUS 4x8 laches plate 8x4 floor Joists 8x8 rafters 8x8 All trimming of ve- randa to be otrhl 1 at angles The f ram cll framed to sill and Â¬ WORK Furnish all materials and perform all labor requisite and necessary for putting up and com pleting all tho plumbing work la a thorough workmanlike manner according to drawings and specifications All water pipes most be so put in that they con be readily got at at any time for examination All lead pipes to be secured with hard metal tacks and screws and all lead waste connections to Iron pipes to be mado through brass ferrules Iron waste pipe to have Joints calked with oakum and run with molten lead Sink Furnish aud put a galvanized iron sink lined with white porcelain where shown In kitchen with cold water supply and brass cocks and waste through a two Inch lead pipe with fop and trai connected with two tnch Iron cold wat iis Pump and Supply Pipx rVt In kitchen ber alongside of sink a double acting pump and Geokge Elliott a six year convict make all the necessary connections with one in the Kentucky penitentiary washot Inch galvanized iron pipe from welL QEO A W KlNTZ boys have combined and retained counsel for the prosecution of persons who sell cigarettes to children Iv Clay county Garrard Baker waa shot from ambush and killed A feud has existed for some time between the Bakers and Wilsons the latter being suspected of the crime At Hopkinsville Pat Hanks colored waa sent to the penitentiary for two years for cutting Wm Page of Belle vue Tom Mason colored for attempt- Â¬ ing to kill Mr OHern was sentenced to one year in the penitentiary Four have been sent up for life The total valuation of taxable proper- Â¬ ty in Daviess county is 818377 The county has 0778 legal voters and raised last year 7988550 pounds of tobacco Hon Johx R Kemp of Hickman county member of the state senate and formerly editor of tho Clinton Demo- Â¬ crat has bought an orange grove in Florida and will remove to it in Octo- Â¬ Covivoton parents of cigarette-smokin- g For Sale Our Goods are ot excellent quality and our PRICES REASONABLE C T WELLS fttOiljCoIYirig1 depot Only a square from the Court 11 You dont liaeto send waj out FOR SALE BY Brooks Middellon NOTICE Mr P J ONeill who has been work- Â¬ ing tor Mr S L MidkirT the past season is now in business with Mr James Allman and they are prepared to do all lynds of work such as is done in a first clasu shop on the shortest possible notice Mr ONeill is a first class workman and makes a specialty of HOUSE SHOEING Mr S L Midkiff say that ONeill is the best horseshoer he ever saw They are also prepared to do all kinds ot CARRIAGE work general farm work c We have not got a three story shop but we have ample room to accommodate our custo- Â¬ mers Give us a call Shop on Main St adjoining C T Foxs Liverv Stable ALLMAN 3S 4J ONEILL BiirfTi8mlMl A SPECIALTY OP Â¬ Coal Delivered to uy Pi Twa Bridgeforth Cooking and Heating Stoves Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lump Coal CLAUDE SMITH 17- 5 CO guickest Delivery- LOWEST PRICES C - WAGON BLACKSMITHING wood- Â¬ OUR COTTAGE HOMES A Pretty Little House That Can Be Built for About S8800 We present with this issue scale draw Â¬ ings of a story and a half cottage of seven rooms suitable for any exposure SPIXIFICAT al manner and to tho satisfaction of the a Bub Â¬ idoikg wo rows of DR G W EVAK G WEVANS JR HAVE MOVED MY Bridge each tier of beams o each tier r w with 1x8 GW Evans Son Blacksmith Shop to mv new building on Headzha aders to be jivlng lsh of The frame of the house will set on 8x8 sills properly framed s d by 8 lneh cedar posts set la the blocku and braced between with 2x1 scantling The stud- outside walls will be 8x4 sit 16 centers double at corners These a a ribbon Joined In te support second story joist and a double Thrl al S US M Btfll seli a ot work more rapij sel to see the be- wood to eome er my old wIl a iw framing Caim the ABESTS Hi IDES KY llUII s pa- - flle ct bet II- - ry coiling of 1x2 inch stuff 1 vine and N frame with with close Joints and e Ehoathlag of RICHMOND all and instantly killed by his keeper The convict attacked the guard an in self- defense the latter shot and killed him instantly Elliott is from Louisville In the Christian circuit court the jury in the case of Sam Buckner colored on trial for the murder of his little brother returned a verdict sending him to the penitentiary for life Buckner whipped nis little brother to ueath and then kicked his body into the fire Three other colored murderers there received life sentences at this term of court JucU Maynor colored was also sent up for two yearb for manslaughter March jt was the anniversary of the 1 year ago killed seventy-six md destroyed 2 500 000 worth of property at Louisville A me-Â¬ morial meeting was held at night at which Gov Buckner presided and a programme of d speeches waa given At the e meeting f600 was subscribed to rens tree tal joying a building ints a reformatory for JTS J Civil A 6 WILLIAMSON IVest to 2d CITY KKGINKEB Presbyterian CI Engineer and Surveyor Dissolution Uotico C T Wells Co the corner of Main and reds in Richmond Kv composed of C T W r has this day tent K t Carr withdrawing All account must be settled ct once CTV March F 1S91 Surveys made for Rail ways Tur pikes Roadways Estimate iriven Ac Farm drainage Town Lots laid off FOR SALE to doinj The coal firm of GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Una retraced On QLEEN ANNECOTTAOE 10 JOTTAGE t foot alley 40 mm MILE I have 100 able pi 15- r ith Sjiei ial attention given and Orangi-10 Hifugraliea maps and pint- - of farm and other luiid- etiee solicited with parties in surveys of land in mountain 0 I KenlUf Three -Ky Oifice City Hall Richmond 9- - foot alley Hi -- i ew r li VufumshryUiinit rou So rtak Ti rttir tin to the rrk rw taadjad bring voudatful wmw to 1 froaa 6U l perwrck K W BrrB Wa ia can W9 Hart lr1liTffrl ilim rii m of work ihea ot 94 hi their BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY Hay For pnees oi a Ajnriaa be used CULT r tale a is in a ice details fori catalou- - dry white pine Elding all la iraug r 4 tncte cut close Joints castings eut and all wel nailed to 71 Ftllll WTI tiiOu o w In lUg oaxsa BOAana rCMtaiM IUl baads xtc to is to be FOE M CR - ms been at it again in in search of negro u t for sale at A Aa -- 1 MZ2 aS - n yr r - - HH II BaBsfch lawjaia