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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h S--- - OriA ifn ffi- fcffi- - L- - n TO B M THE BARON RECALLED The Italian MinlBter Gives Formal Notice That Dilatory Action In the New Orleans Matter Has Hade Necessary a Dip Â¬ lomatic It up tare Baron Fava the Italian minister presened a formal document to tho 1 1 I K ft H Rsstriotep emigration Immigrant Hereafter to Be Inaperted Be fore Being Allowed to 1 jind Assistant Secretary Spaulding says that the act passed at the last session of congress imposing additional restrictions on immigration went into operation Wednesday with the excep-Â¬ tion of those provisions relating to tho establishment of an immigration bureau in the treasury department The provisions of the law how- Â¬ ever will be administered under the present system with the present force The law gives the rules that are to be enforced at New York and other ports by the agents appointed since the federal government took control of im- Â¬ migration last year It reaffirms tho laws previously enacted for the exclu Â¬ sion of lunatics felons paupcxs polyg amists contract laborers assisted im Â¬ migrants and persons with con- Â¬ tagious diseases It provides for the more vigorous enforcement of the alien contract labor law of It declares that immigrants coming here through the solicitation of adver- Â¬ tising agents in Europe shall be treated as violators of the law and it prohibits steamship and transportation compan- Â¬ ies from encouraging immigration to this country It provides that the names and nationality of all immi Â¬ grants shall be reported on their arrival and that immigrants shall be promptly inspected by authorized agents empowered to decide upon their right to land It provides that state and mu- Â¬ nicipal authorities may exercise such jurisdiction over immigrant stations as may be necessary for the public peace It provides that all immigrants who come in violation of law shall be immediately sent back on the ship that brought them here but should that be impracticable they may be returned at any time within a year after their arrival Any alien who may become a public charge dur Â¬ ing his first year here shall be sent back to the country from whence he came It piyprides penalties by fine or impris- Â¬ onment for the violation of its terms It provides that the federal courts shall have full jurisdiction in all causes aris- Â¬ ing under this act m hich becomes operative on the 1st of April 1891 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m NUMBER 43 VOLUME an IV RAILROADS RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 1891 OUR ir K A SUAOKELFORD TI t AV V A TLA W KENTVCKr rue a ill Mil the FRIENDS IN ITALY Highest cf rll in Leavening Power I S Govt Report Auj 17 1889 They Form a Powerful Minority and Dont Want War Baron Fava Prejudiced Against Repub Â¬ lican Institutions Italys Finances Too Ragged for War I Ml oe v tcnol A lice n IS mWELL A TTOIiSEl U l PARTS 7J A Baling 1 Humberts Unpleae xnt Position A WORD TO ALL Onr stnfk i fniimiptp in nil tho vorv 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Opj LEXINGTON 0 Depot KY Kew Building and Furniture 1 made for Hallways Turn Bwtiinatee given she Farm dratuxfee Town Iols laid off G EN E A L LA ND SU RV E Y S Pint ntris d Special attention jjiVen li iiHitiiiihiiul mups ami plate of faliili- - and oilier laiuii iili partiee interested MJieiled ii MiTTityt nt lanrsi m mountain c nu Kentucky llf of OtTu iBy Hall Richmond Kt p kes RoaiiMuiK 1 Surveys orie-ponil-- ti ulv tea Day W RATISS2iiS 250 per THOMAS B EJi m i LOT 1 II JILL pound- - on Third - AYlttX iag Azeney O klteh et rt in jood RICH - iBffiL li - t W PICKELS ar i I J hr R In toy bilMM l iprc fldOaU J l fcofiie in ilj M i morning which surprised them consid-Â¬ erably It was no other than that he desired his passports to Italy having been recalled from his Diplomatic post in this country by his own government The reason given was that the King of Italy was dissatisfied with the progressof adjustments In tween the two countries touching the New Orleans massacre In consequence of this feeling on tho part of his government Iaron Fava felt compelled to withdraw from the country leaving the marquis imperial secretary of legation in charge of current affairs The barons passports of course will be given him at once The is proba- Â¬ situation bly not as serious as it ap- Â¬ peared when the news first came out Baron Fava has not demanded his pass- Â¬ ports which might imply a rupture of diplomatic relations between the two countries The legation remains here and the marquis impereali secretary of legation is in charge Baron Fava has been recalled aid though matters connectfd with the Kew Orleans tragedy may have something to do with the recall the act is one affecting the retiring minister per- Â¬ sonally rather than the relations between tho two countries The Italian minister has been in rather bad odor with the home government for more than a year Last summer he re- Â¬ ceived instructions to report in person at Rome owing to charges alleging his connection with the ladrone system in America and seme tobacco contracts of a questionable character In these reported swindles Consul General Iiiva of New York and one or two other Italian officials in the consular service in this country were mentioned Fava indignantly denied the story at the time but he hurried home and ap Â¬ peared to have fixed matters satisfac- Â¬ HOW IT GAME ABOUT torily Afterwards he came back and resumed the duties of minister here Italys Demands on the United States In the New Orleans Matter The complaints against his administra-Â¬ An Associated Press correspondent at tion have continued and in certain quarters at hom- - the tiemand for his Rome has perused the dispatches ex changed from the outset between the recall was renewed government of Italy and the govern ment of the United States in regard to A MAFIA SOCIETY Qua New Orleans lynchings The sub Said to Have Been I orincd In Pennsyl Â¬ stance of them is that Italy asked in vania to Avenge Their New Orleans the main that a fair legal process should Brethren The Italian railroad laborers in Cie be instituted against the culprits re- Â¬ vicinity of Hazelton Pa have been garding them as common assassins It-Â¬ restless since the New Orleans lynching aly likewise asked for an indemnity for and the killing of one of their number the families of the men killed in New in a recent fight with an American Orleans by the mob which invaded the fellow laborer has increased their un- jail there To these requests the United easiness Monday an Italian named Mates authorities at Washington ans Â¬ Pasco told his bes in return for a fa wered that the constitution of the vor done on Saturday that the Italians United States gave but limited powers held a 6ecret meeting and formed a to the federal government in regard to Mafia to protect their interests in that interference with the various states of section and also avenge their New Or- Â¬ the union but the United States its good inten The- - pricked them- Â¬ government affirmed leans brethren selves with stilettoes aiBl swore by tions in the matter At this stage of their blood to carry out the purposes the proceedings Haron Fava in his let- Â¬ named by taking the lives of Americans ters to the Italian government remarks if necessary The st rv has caused fears that the above reply shows an evion the part of the people of an outbreak dent desire to gain time and that it was no practical solution of the question by the Italians The answer from Washington being re- Â¬ garded as unsatisfactory Italy instruct RETALIATION d Pan m Fava on March 27 to press the Americans Throw ii Into lrirmn In Italy to two original demands made upon the Onset the Ken Orleans Affair United States government and in the It was Tuesday reported in newspa- event of his failing to obtain satisfac per circles in New York that news had tion to leave Washington en cogne been received in Washington to the ef Â¬ after consigning the care of the legation fect that in retaliation or the New OrWashington to the care of the first leans lynching American citi it secretary have been seized at Florence and into pris nuui that similar seizures THE WAR CLOUD have occurred in other parts of Italy It was reported in nri the state depart Passing Away as Italy Bltl Not Mean Hostilities But Diplomacy ment Tu sday evei inr that it was at The idea of war is scouted in diplo- Â¬ Florence that the eighteen Americans were thrown instead of at matic and government circles at Rome s nt hist reported Pome It is also Even Haron Favas final withdrawal is said that others have suffered the same not definitely decielcd upon It is saiel fate in Italy and in allcases the Italian that even if Baron Fava is withdrawn it officials refusi d to give the imprisoned will tie done as the most forcible protest known in diplomacy and not as a fore- Â¬ persons any reasons for their arrest runner of a conflict between the United States and Italy The Italian cabinet PITTSBURGH ALARMED ministers are in receipt of a large numThe Police Wasehlsur the Movements of ber of cablegrams and letters from tin- Italian Â¬ Whatever of truth there may be in prominent Italians in New York urg Â¬ gov the reports from Newcastle and Wheel- Â¬ ing moderation upon the Italian New ing as to an attack on Pittsburgh in ernment in its treatment of the case of trouble Wtween this country Orleans trouble Marquis di Rutlini Â¬ and Italy one thin is certain For the the Italian premier Thursday sen anpeat week an unusual number of Ital Â¬ other cable message to the United ians have leen arriving in Pittsburgh States on the subject of the New Or daily and Friday squads of twenty and leans troubles This message is ad Marquis Iniperiuli Di thirty were unusually numerous Tho dressed to the secretary of the Italian Francavilla the police department has been quietly at work and secured a list of several hun- legation at Washington into whose current business of dred Italian boarding houses and the hands the daily invoice of strangers are under the Italian legation was placed Fava when Baron the Italian strict supervision minister presented his letters of reÂ¬ call Marquis Di Rudinl instructed Detective OMalley Returns Detective OMalley who is accused of Marquis Di Francavilla to hand the bribing the jury in the Hennessy mur-Â¬ message referred to to Mr Blaine The der trial for whom the Pinkertons and message is in reply to Mr Blaines last local detectives have been looking since note and in it Marquis Di Rudini says the Italian slaughter in New Orleans that Italy has asked nothing but a three weeks ago quietly walked into prompt institution of the regular judi Â¬ the criminal court Friday morning and cial proceedings against the guilty parÂ¬ surrendered himself He was accom Â¬ ties at New Orleans He adds that it panied by his attorney Lionel Adams would have been absurd to claim pun Â¬ has an- Â¬ ishment for the offenders without the As the vigilant committee nounced that he will not be permitted guarantee afforded by a regular trial to live there much interest is evinced to The Dead Italians Records know what they will do now A close examination of the record of the eleven alleged esmmlna discloses Mrs Hlcely a Ravins Maniac the fact that all but four of the eleven Nicely the mother of the two slain were registered voters either by Mrs Pa Thurs- birth or naturalisation The four boys hanged at Somerset day for the murder of Farmer Umber others whom Consul Carte claims ger Is a raving maniac and her physi Â¬ as entitled to the protection of cian fears she will never regain her the Italian government are Tra The bodies of the murderers hina Bagnetto Monasterrlo and Comi- reason were taken to the old homestead Thurs Â¬ tez The first named is found to have day night and will be buried on the been a voter in the Parish of St farm Charles La Bagnetto is proved to have been a fugitive murderer and a London Standards Comment of high The London Standard referring to member of the Esposto bandveteran waymen Marches was a of of Huron Fava remarks that the recall Garibaldi he fled from Pal The trouble wUl blow over shortly enno whilearmy but with murdering a charged and the Americans will be little the female Trahina was also a robber in worse for it The agitation will vastly Sicily Of Comitez noboby seems to strengthen the hands of those who are know anything wanting to forbid the further landing Ho Worlds Fair Appropriation of emigrants When they succeed the export of ruffians and paupers from The Arkansas senate Thursday reEurope generally wUl be diverted to fused to pass to the third reading the our shores house bill appropriating 80000 for a state exhibit at the worlds fair As Chattanooga Times Tells Defiance the legislature adjourns Saturday this The Chattanooga Times says the peo- Â¬ action finally defeats the measure ple of the United States demand as Lots of Italians Coming Over with one voice that the authorities at Superintendent of Immigration Web- Â¬ Washington not only assume but main- Â¬ tain a tone of absolute defiance to Â¬ er says the immigration from Italy is rapidly increasing in fact leading that wards Italy of all other countries The figures for Not Regarded ai Serious March are Italy 7869 Germany 7087 The general opinion in Perl in is that Great Britain and Ireland 4386 Hun- Â¬ s will grow out gary 8580 no serious com Austria 8484 and Russia of the Fava The Vossiche 2923 Total 29388 Sixteen hundred citung calls Mr Hlaino a diplomatic and seven Italians were landed at the brawler quite capable of conjuring up barge office Thursday war with any European power The An Offer of Troops Tageblatt thinks the matter is not seri Â¬ The war spirit has invaded Jefferson ous county Mont a tender of 500 moun Â¬ War Hay Ensue taineers having been made to the war a profound feeling department in case of war with Italy In Lon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i The conflict between Italy and tho United States continues to attract at-Â¬ tention Signor Raquem a former Gar ibaldian now editor of the Epoque the the organ of the Italian colony at Paris said in an interview Of course there will be no war The republicans in It- Â¬ aly who form a powerful minority en- Â¬ tertain a friendly feeling toward Amer Â¬ ica anel would consider a war with the United States simply an attempt to dis- Â¬ I the credit in the Italian people republican institutions A re- Â¬ cent meeting of Italians in Paris dis Â¬ cussed the New Orleans affair and while everybody reprobat d the con- Â¬ duct of the lynchers nobody approved the action of the Marquis Di lludinL Baron Fava was greatly blamed for creating the difficulty He is an aristocrat and is not in sympathy with re- Â¬ publican institutions His repeirts to the Italian cabinet doubtless colored by his own antipathies precipitated matters The Epoque faithfully reÂ¬ flects the feeling of republican Italy in advocating arbitration According to our view nothing ought to be done to embarrass Mr Blaine in his efforts to effect an early and pacific settlement Signor Raquems view of the situation does not cover a p tent factor which has given the Italian government reason to pause in its hostile negotiations Finan- Â¬ cial houses there having the closest relations with Italian houses state that in Italy widespread commercial troubles long chronic are becoming critical and that apart from Italys overwhelming public debt which would disable her in an attempt to go to war unless backed by other European powers any measures imperiling peace would pro- Â¬ duce a general financial crash Al- Â¬ ready an effect of the American Italian difficulty is felt in the hesitation of French financial houses to proceed with the negotiations pending for the pro- Â¬ spective Italian loan in which German houses are also concerned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rOWClCr ABSOLUTELY PURE NINE DEAD And Forty Wounded tho Result of Labor Troubles Coke Strikers Attack the Morewood Plant With Deadly LRect Ps-- Dt- - fJrtj Handsome Line of Dress Goods both in Patterns and in the Piece onr stock of Also of King The Humbert of Italy during the present strained relations exiatin Ita ly and the United States is ur pleasant The court at present is unduly exposed to malevolent attacks owing to tho known anel much commented upon par- Â¬ tiality of both the king and queen of Italy for America and for Americans In fact some of Queen Margarets special favorites among the ladies of the court are Americans A Good Thursday morning about 800 rioters Â¬ at Morewood Pa approached the companys stables intent upon making a Deal in This The Knoxville Journal says Under ordinary circumstances the withdrawal of the Italian ministerfrom Washington might become an ineiilent of grave in- ternational concern but at the present time it may be viewed with equanimity With the republic of France and the Czar so openly preparing for hostilities Italy will find that her engagements will keep her busy without tackling our Lncle Samuel Torn By a Llonesa menagerie proprietors daughter at Grenoble France nineteen years of age who has been training to become a tamer of wild animals was fatally in- Â¬ jured by a lioness Saturday The girl had entered a lions cage for the first time and was immediately attacked by the lioness which sprang at her throat and inflicted terrible injuries before the girl could escape A A Blg Nancy Lipscombe of Preston county W Va a woman 80 years old was con- victed in the U S Court at Clarksburg of selling whisky without government COAST DEFENSE license and sentenced to pay 100 fine Secretary Proctor While Not Expecting and costs Judge Jackson finding her Any Serious Trouble Tells How Mortars without money childish and sick sus- Â¬ pended judgment and collected enough Coord Protect New Fork Secretary of War Proctor was inter- Â¬ money in court to pay her expenses viewed at Los Angeles Cal before his home departure for San Diego Sec Proctor A Vitriol Thrower said that he did not think that the pres- Â¬ Infuriated at the ent war flurry would result in anything grace Miss Lizzie thought of her disUhl at Baltimore He did think serious with Italy though that the effect of it would be to Sunday night met George Zaiser whom wake up congress to the necessity of she charged with havingof betrayed her large bottle better coast defenses and a larger and threwinthe contents a burning of vitriol the navy In addition to the new gun fac- Â¬ whole right his face badly side of his head blistering tory the last congress made an appro- Â¬ his hands priation of 4000000 for the purchase sight of hisand probably destroying the right eye large guns manufactured by private of concerns That will furnish us with Contract Labor Law Violated one hundred large pieces New York The immigrant inspector at Newport is not without oonsielerable degree of Vt reports that many persons come protection as we have quite an eff- into the United States from Canada icient torpedo service With the advent whom he has reason to believe are of the heavily armored ships of late brought from European countries under years great improvements have been contract to labor made in mortar service It is surprising with what accuraey morOold Discovered In Connecticut tars can be fired to great height and d bearing quartz has been discovshots dropped straight down upon the ered in the quarry now bein- operated object aimed at The latest method of by the Housatonic Water Co for tlie re Â¬ handling them is to plant sixteen mor- Â¬ pairing of its dam at Pirmingham Ct tars in squares and after gauging care- Â¬ It is believeel the stone will pay ten dolÂ¬ fully the location of a target fire aU of lars to the ton the sixteen mortars at the same instant Scandinavian Immigration and it is remarkable how many of the The 6teamer Hecla arrived in New shots will drop down on the spot no larger than the deck of a ship which York Sunday with five hundred ScanÂ¬ can not be armored like the sides on dinavian immigrants They all go to account of the great weight One of Chicago and thence distribute them- Â¬ these mortar shots will drop through selves over the west any ship afloat and sink it Firs at Mmphl3 The new uild- BY RAIL TO JERUSALEM id the Franklin hob phis Modern Innovations Will Kre Long Change Tenn were burned Sunday morning the Historic Character of the Holy The Fellows building was considerably Land damaged The heavy rainfall which has been Bad Frost In Mississippi experienced at Jaffa this winter inun- Â¬ The mercury at Jackson Miss Sat- Â¬ dated the headquarters of the Jaffa rail- urday went down to the freezing point way constructors anel carried away a great part of their materials As a re- Â¬ and materially damaged tender vegeta Â¬ sult tho work on the road has been stop Â¬ tion of all kinds ped in that locality but it is progress Â¬ Blew His Brains Out ing rapidly in the interior One of the Because Clara Monro would not marry great difficulties to be overcome in build- Â¬ Nicholas Dignee of Albuquerque N ing this road lies in the fact that Jaffa M he blew his brains out in her pres- Â¬ being a seaport at the sea level the ence railway will need to climb a height of Must Share Profits With Laborers eight hundred meters to reach JerusaIn a Swiss canton the municipal au- Â¬ lem which is distant from Jaffa only thorities have decided that all employ- Â¬ This makes a ers must share profits with the labor- Â¬ ninety kilometers grade of very nearly forty seven feet to ers the mile The plans however give a A Levee Breaks very regular slope and it is hoped that The levee below Longwood Miss before long the work will be completed to the entire satisfaction of the projec- Â¬ broke and the crevasse is 200 feet American pilgrims wide tors and travelers will be particularly gratified at making Mexico and Salvador at the Fair the trip in cars drawn by locomotives Mexico and Salvador will send exhib- Â¬ Philadelphia factor- Â¬ its to the worlds fair which came from ies Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hearted Judge j raid upon the deputies who were sta Â¬ tioned there None of the rioters would heed the deputies entreaties and at once made a rush for them when tho deputies opened fire killing seven and wounding forty of the Hungarian strik Â¬ ers The night was of inky blackness but the guards were apprised of tho movements of the attacking party by in a foreign confused muttering tonguo or subdued orders from the leaders Under the orders of Capt Loar the sixty five guarils stood quietly in line before the works their WinchesÂ¬ Suddenly a ters peacefully at rest break was made by the advancing mob toward the fences of the company A 6tern order to halt was given but the only attention it received was the fir- Â¬ ing of three shots by members of the 112 Y mob which whistled warning to the heads of the guards each one of whom was well drilled and E II WALL F LWARDROPER was simply there to obey orders After the shots were firetl by the strikers they turned and made a dash teiwarel the Without tiring stables of the cennpany a shot the guards were ordered to fol Â¬ low and the command was again given the strikers to halt They only retreat ed further down the road and answered the order with yells and threats Again was the command given and again came the mocking answer and the order to fire was yiven by Capt Loar The volleys from the Winchesters were well directed but a few rounds were necessary to drive the frightened rioters back into the hills where hundreds WALLACE Proprietors WARDROPER of their feUow strikers had gathered In anticipation of assisting in the raid but not in a battle with such a determined Is now thoroughly uljiistcl ami ia excellent running band of guards The firing on both turning out unexcelled work 6idee continuetl only three minutes The volley from the guards had terri- Â¬ ble effect on the compact mass of strik EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MILL WORK DONE TO ORDER ers while the latter made an attempt to return the fire with what few SUCH AS weapons they possessed but with Â¬ out effect Late Thursday night two men concerned in the riot died in strikers houses near the More wood works where they had been dragged by their fellow rii iters These two deaths make nine in all that are known as the result of the firing of the guards but there is no doubt others aro either dead or in a R adition as Our mill is imm on tho K the guards had 0 klland vitch running into our yard and communie evidently did so More trouble parted and one regiment of militia has been ordereil to the scene of trouble The dead are Italians anel other foreigners WASH DRESS GOODS the latest and most beautiful fabrics Dont fail to examine our stock before purchasing and you are certain to be pleased both as to qauality and price is complete with all WHITE ALLEN Main St opp Court House Â¬ The flew Pinning Mill THE MADISON COUNTY PLANING MILL Â¬ Â¬ -- Doors gash Blinds Mouldings Lath Shingles Rough and Dressed Lumber Â¬ ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED War Talk at Knoxville At Knoxville Tenn Friday but little was heard except war talk and the gen- Â¬ eral sentiment is that Minister Porter submitted to an insult when he allowed k to him about the Italian mini achat s WE ARE ALSO CONTRACTORS 41- v AND v BUILDERS it aTIt you have a boose to build gn - that the 1 oould be pun- - uVAHDHOPSH WALLACE ishet A Glaring Fraud inquired What is your specialty the visitor at the dime inusenin Are you the living skeleton No answered the cadaverous party on the elevated platform Im doing y fasting act the How long have you been fasting This is the thirty seventh day Have you seen nothing since you be- Â¬ gan Nothing that is to say nothing you can call eating They give me perhaps a pint or two of bean soup every morn Â¬ ing and evening but thats all And you call that fasting exclaimed the visitor purple in the face and grasp Â¬ You are an ing his cane nervously infernal humbug Why good heavens man he roared trembling with rage bean soup is But the attendants hastily seized the maddened visitor and hurried him out of the building He was a gentleman from Boston Chicago Tribune forty-five-da- TAROID PILES FOR MEDICINAL THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR jiB SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS PILES BURNS c Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book PRICE 50 CENTS TFL R O I D TAR OID CO ABSOIyUTElvY SO K F BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Iil 13 CHICAGO ILL Not Ready Money Alr Tlght Compartments Save Her The new steamer City of Detroit ran on a rock about fifteen miles below Detroit between 12 and 1 oclock Tues Â¬ day morning while on her way to Cleve- Â¬ land The vessel struck amidships and filled one air tight compartment A scene of confusion ensued among the seventy five passengers but order was soon restored and the boat run into the Canadian Pacific slip BUxxard In Colorado The severest snow storm of the sea Â¬ son began at Denver Col Tuesday Maternal Anxiety about S oclock The blizzard contin- Â¬ Young Mother Doctor I wish I ued for five hours making all travel knew what to make of my boy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury If he impossible The storm is general Ex- - Congressman Lorenzo Cronnz of were handsomer I would like him to be throughout the Rocky mountain region Nebraska has been appointed assistant a great actor Eminent Divine Why not make him secretary of the U S treasury Enormous Death Rate In Chicago a great pteaoher The death rate in Chicago consequent Plenty Starving Amid Young Mother Oh doctor do you upon the grip epidemic has steadily in- Â¬ Kate Roach was found starring in creased from week to week during the squalid quarters in New York Two think he will ever be er plain enough month The number of deaths during thousand dollars in gold and 4000 iu for that Munseys Weekly March has been unprecedented large bills and book accounts were found in Bound to Join the Family about 3200 her room Jack Smallcash to rich widows daughter Dearest Emily will you be Thousands of Italian Immigrants American Italians Want Revenge my wife The arrivals cf Italian immigrants Reports come from various sources of Emily Rockebilt Oh Mr Smallcash during the month of March at the barye I think I office were 5824 nearly double those of a movement among certain Italians in This is so very unexpected this country to avenge the massacre of think perhaps you had better ask February their countrymen in New Orleans mamma Lord Granville Dead Jack Smallcash I have already my Lord Granville died in London Tues Â¬ Turning Them Back love but she refused me Puck day afternoon Superintendent of Immigration Weber Mannish Young Woman Well Friday ordered that twenty Italian im Â¬ A Prominent Italians View arrived Thursday shall old gentleman when you get through Nardyz president of the PittsÂ¬ migrants whoPauperism and loathsome storing at me I hope jouU quit Dr Old burgh branch of the Societa Italia sas be returned the causes for their return Party I dielnt mean to annoy you ses are Â¬ Minister Fava has been recalled be- Another score under investigation will But you remind me so much cause he was not aggressive enough in probably 6hare the same of my boy away at college Indianap foUowing instructions demanding the olis Journal punishment of the New Orleans mob leaders and that his place will be filled by a more radical representative Nar CURBS SPUMTS SPMMS HMD PUFFS dyz laughs at the talk of war and all enlargements absolutely reasevesl try sA Â¬ When Johnnys mother sent him to Snow fell at Birmingham and all over the grocery she put the money for the north Alabama Sunday The fall was purchase in a safe place and told him slight but it was the first April snow not to touch it in that vicinity in over forty years Well my little man said the grocer what do you want Ths Rhode Island Election Fifteen cents worth of molasses in There was no popular choice of gov- Â¬ this pitcher answered Johnny ernor in Rhode Island and he will be The grocer measured out the elected by the legislature w hich is re- Â¬ and handed it to the boy molasses saying publican Wheres the money Grand Duke Iicnclaj Afllctec Its in the pitcher said the obedi-Â¬ The Grami I ukc Nicholas of liussa ent little customer Youths Com Â¬ i lent in- who was panion April Snow In Alabama FREEMAN more than half a century the name of Freeman has FOR before the public Dont you recollect that your used to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to tit his New Freeman continues pocketbook and his ideas of value to make boots and shoes He also has a first class line of CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES in stock and can tit all sizes in all gra Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Houtons famocs Cocoa that is now the rage every where Call at No 2 First Street ZLWEMkwmBmmmtmmBmmLMMm SAPOUO it is well saacR he nvbusQ is muzzled in her houseVTry ifand keep 0ftrood housewifewho users i- 3A attack The pope is suffering from a severe His condi of stomach trouble d to keep h that he The seventeen yea Killed Before His Fathers Eyes nas- - The Pops El LAMENT HORSES JCURED W OINTMENT MM QUINNS hat Cleanliness and neatness about a house are necessary to insure comfort Man likes comfort and if be cant find it at home he will seek elsewhere for it Good housewives Know that SAPOLIO makes a house clean and keeps it bright Happiness always dwells in a comfortable home Do you want cleanliness comfort and happiness Try SAPOLIO and you will be surprised at your success BEWARE OF IMITATIONS your house cleruAll grocers keep - Who the unqualified tndortement of our l Hug Sorsuaun ana veterinarian C E DarxHAKT OuMer State Asa Saavton Minn sars One buttle cured a very bad cast of t esanaaassr svasfte w IkfMMaHJS rni kiusvx tie rwaTMsa maus at war may ensue over the New Orleans lynching and the probable outcome of such a struggle is discuskcd A Lucky Batcher H I Lewis a butcher of Florence Ala is heir to a iortune of six millions in Lujlaiid I a belt in count a grist mill forced between the belt and wheel and crashed to pieces The boys father was employed in the mill but was powerless to save him on a mare for which I have since baca I would not be without tlir It ccm Su0 a bottle Wt MwMtreds 0 eucA I Prloe ftl owswr kettle Ask your drussiM fcr n If he does not keep It send us 12 Sc Mam pa tor trial tar THCOuUGH W B EDDY CO Whitehall NY TUE8PAPHT ITC tTC tttREB THiM AND JtffEIMN uadMiM0rfiMa IMTRuCTiOa HI ISOX KEEPIM AT THU JITtUT U SHMT HMtl T AY n5 Wm7IK POMMIiSriiP SBttTi WUT n tTBUTS KM14VUU CATAlfttuE FKL THE CLIMAX i Cll TIPTON ITBLIKHCU - - EmTOR BT IVUT VUIBUil S The Climax Printing Wm G White Chas Co Powkll PITH K 1KR - YEAR f150 and employ his pen in the uod work of trying to convince the tax payers t at in order to have good roads they mntrt pay for them This latter is the only which lies in the way of wl at we may term highway reform and before they can remove it the advocates of road improvement must censv levied for highway reform as having been advocated or levied by highway robbers Itidim itch THE OPKX CLAUSE I NltERYALT ATIOXS APPRAISEMENTS AND PlitLlC INTEREST VedaesttT - - April 6 1891 Tin tfaevaaa county please Convention loanremeut by Chairman action Tuesday in reconsidering its formopen tmven- - er provision in regard to the daawe and adapting one more liberal - the adop in its termt last week tion of the new instrument Bm the was the Grated in M fntaeedi Bite Ma tilths of the memliers elect A the aiefof General Assembly may approv in America order amendment and it ma irt of will likely tution when related by a ma I him a- mmander of the voters at a general el ction ameiid KIMAlit hills for amendment will le rnirs veto power am is nearin a Herein lay the chief objection the ijrt m Keliable w old Constitution that i I to an TaulliH repeatedly absolute impossibility to amend it of which the teued Ki a form to tl the times assault and foi thi reason perhaps niort than Other the pre was ral months When this i will ion to follow in the f id tie md the power to c lange H IKtSll rouble and ex it w- nion of many tnat t had ill convene in less a nth warrant of its work May 14th and hold four in he but little ln-i-- iis York is ion havii isidered in its entirety the m w inere who strument is by D0 means a bad one Very lionable features arc em- i in it and these can be changed V llcip C P Breckinriilge - ty reqaires It is true the Henry iiuch time John than necessary orhaps and ied the beaaper f the peo vben we come to look at the Ion A under which this Ir id the one of 4 were J 11 i there w ill be found manv exten- r the delay - fin unit UrUBUCAX STATU oNVKNTKlN Â¬ i Â¬ 1 The zeal of the board of United States general appraisers in enforcing the Mc Kinley tariff in the interest of the manufacturers who conspired to frame that plundering act is exciting the ire of importers who complain that the law is being worked to their ruin and to the injury of jn ople who consume imported articles It is to the interest of the masses of course to buy everything im ported articles included at the lowest ible price It is to the interest of the manufacturers on the other hand that the tariff law be strained to subject ini Nrtcd giKnls to the highest poaatble duty BO as to enable them to sell their prodaxta to Americans at the highest ile price The interest of the peo Â¬ ple and that of the iKiieficiaries of the tariff being thus directly at variance it is the duty of the appraisers ia where there is room for doubt whether a or lower duty should lie imposed on a given article to give the lieople the beaefit of the doubt and decide far the lower duty Such would le the course of the appraisers if they were ap jKiinted in a judicial spirit without re- Â¬ gard to their several views as Though all appointed as protectionists they would take this course if they performed their duties in a strictly judicial spirit unhampered by party bias or K rsonal interests Their first duty is to ascertain and observe the requin the law As the newlaw displaces tbe merchant appraiser1 the whole responsibility of making right appraisements thus ascertaining the s proK rly of ju t duty course ujion the official appraisers It tremendous responsibility which the appraisers ought not to ask the im Irter or the public to share with them Occupying the experts they should be experts in fact As they are theemploy the lK ople and not of any special their biis if any should be for neither the protected manufacturer nor for the importer but for the public in Trie presumption should ever be in cases of doubt that Congress wished the harden of taxpayers to be of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Simply because he had to March 1 take the whole of it to make up the cash deficit and leave an apparent net cash If he had stated that the rebalance demption fund was 47165815 he would have been obliged to confess that there was 4450975 less than no net cash balance at all That is the fact he was try- Â¬ ing to conceal While the population of the United States has increased 40 per cent the ex Â¬ penditures of the Government have in- Â¬ creased 188 jkt cent Xdtional Democrat Â¬ Â¬ by Irvine and James M Boen for 1000 per head One each from P P Fox and Wm Arnold at 1250 and 1150 re- Â¬ spectively The jack trade In Cential tral Kentucky is far beyond what it ever before was Tom Ferrell auctioneer reports RichOwing to bad weather mond court day a small crowd in town The streets being very muddy sales wan hard to make yet stink brought over the usual price Axut 250 cattle on the market selling from 1 to 3 cents owing to quality Good cattle in demand and sold Â¬ Â¬ COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Pursuant to a call of the Democratic State Central Committee the Democrats of Madison county are hereby reqn i inble in mass meeting at the Court house iu Richmond Ky at 2 oclock p m on Saturday afay 2 1891 to choose delegates to the Democratic State Convention to be held in the city of Ixmisville Ky at noon of the 13th -- day of May 189L S E Scott Chairman Aft Tuos Tiiobpe Secy Dem Com 43 40 Work cattle brought fromilch cows in great demand and sold readily at an average iiid horses in demand at goxl prices Plugs slow sale not much inquiring for mules and quite a dull sale Tbe day ver an average and had it been good weather the day would have been a livelo one Cattle men need not be dis courage for the future is bright Mer- Â¬ chants did a good business readily nt Â¬ Without a Peer V0RIES SCH00LFIELD 0 clothiers CO 1 HATTERS AND GENTS FURNISHERS 213 NEWS PARAGRAPHS Chester Holman one of the leaders of the Shaker fraternitv located in Simpson county met with a horrible death A large wind mill used in pumping water for the settlement was out of repair he climbed to the top and was engaged in nunding the break when a change in the current of air caused the fans to re-Â¬ volve knocking him off the platform He fell seventy feet landing on a table and on being picked up it was found that even bone in his body was broken He was about seventy years old The Washington correspondent of the Pittsburg leader has permitted himself to be astonished by the discovery that the national headquarter of the Farmers Alliance keeps 100 clerks busy has twenty in the mailing department and BUUls 100000 documents and 500000 of the Alliance organ each week He Neither the Militieians nor the ordina ry citizen has any adequate conception of the wonderful growth and activitv of the Farmers Alliance movement NichoUwnOe Journal An invitation was sent to Lord Ten nyson together with a request that he would write a song to be sung at the opening of the Chicago Worlds Expo sition In reply the following letter Â¬ weight riiurn-- IXSOLEXCI M THE ITALIAN OFFMK FOREIGN ion i I ill to lie Pineville Hon astir and Cou- f ISariMiurville were puliliA - the i He power in his party a the ojjionenus ill Ik- - a shining light tor of Inter- - u niplaiti 1 lilling its liis oanty TllUS aking i wet uhi illing tln- iIIOIhI Id In the interview with Minister Porter v withSignoni Italiaa Uliler Secretary for foreign atfuire the latter in reply to our minis- r delay on account of the ir constitution places iatbe way of such immediate action as ludy wants us l this language Wehave nothing to do wit tion If it is found wanting mend it You know it utiitiou worthy if it wintry at insure punishment for rime and i for the weak T lis is latic language Its teruir iinpu- rjf justice in ire licing piled a higher than the McKinley act country If to insure punish meant them to go There are at ment for crime and protection for the admitted at undervalua- Jute duty of i very temptl An extremely high tariff like intry why dot ours provokes nnderralaav eminent bring to pu and other like off ily who not inall countries has tra veiling in The expel shown that the only way to secure them for r t valuations and the largest tariff murder them Why - the revenue under a given average rate is to iier like org e the tariff to a figure that will imes with al impunitv in various pai minimize the temptation to fraud Pro- rbapa the constitution of regulations When law an or- - as well as high duties knowing that the helps their game Tbey it will be should however be the laM to complain r than it is that DiRndiniand of the inefficiency of precautions against not now being existing undervaluations at New York ouch as their McKin by the Mafia in the extraor or esKwhl dinary man ley administrative act puts tbe appraise ment of goods wholly inthehandsof board of appraisers The tariff much ado is made oer the fate of men who met their ire hard to satisfy unt of their connection IS omriALIA THE SURPLUS DEAN with a mm t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Have tl lischarged their functions in this spirit of supreme re Â¬ gard for tbe masses of the people T The New York importers allirm that they have not They jniint to cases in which the higher duty continues they say to Ik- - imposed in the face of deciaii the court that the lower duty is the proper one They make appraisements the importers say not justified by aay produce When there is room for dispute as to which of two wuV in- - iiiti t be assigned the value assigned mid ia almost uniformly the higher one When it comes to determining the rate of duty the higher duty accord o the importers is the one that K paid In a word the custoni are run it is asserted wholly in the protectionist interest and by decis ed Fakinotox Freshwater Isie ok Wjoht Sir I accept your offer of an honorary menilM rship not without gratitude But as for a song I am an old man verging on eighty two ami I can not promise Yours truly March 01 Tennyson It is inferred from the poets w that notwithstanding his great age he hopes to be able to compose the song as requested It is unneeessarv to that it is hoped he will find himself equal to the task Trouble never conies singly John Wilson the son of Mr C W Townseud who had his eye badly hurt over two months ago has been confined in a dark room ever since and is still in a critical condition and his physician Dr EC I Willie who has watched him BO faithfully decided yesterday to take him ainnati to be examined by tin known sjH cialists in that city Mm Towneend has worried herself sick and has been confined to her lied two weeks Her little girl is also very sick with nionia Lettmmtm TVawseraC Mr Towneend is an old newspaper man being at one time editor of the Drummer a spicy sheet published in Lexington a few years ago hut for some time past has been connected with the Transcript We extend to Brother Town send and family our sympathy during their afflictions CON CEB N 1 NG FA RMERS ILWMLWMA KALM1 a f are the It may be newfc n from the ring a aneyl- - ustomed to irohilit in dis- illy do loulil have the lciin ill inteli eir local tax they beyond idfully AN KMPTV TKEASl Ki Treasury of Kentucky isemjitv ime in it will remain when the Sheriffs will again heÂ¬ me to it The ordinary use attendant upon tic hi jiart brought iile the re- - part be last bcamon the ex - threw up la in holy horror and inaiat- would be more than cry item of expense It nation attendant upon tic now Menus that Judge Lindsays estimate large ae it was would have prov uadequate come Constitutions ave them wise ban av there are BfBaaai iieiIi- w it li the oanks of this city cash all warranto and no nay the Of him iptiol and i Â¬ - Mr Joseph ti Cannon who was chair- Â¬ per man of the appropriations committee in 1 W Poor has engaged 300 lambs for Representative the i We aeeka - June July and August delivery at 4yC pub supplement to the Conlicerniug the contlict of LnaenafiT Record ird the report of a d in Alliance circles on vari- em on the Surplus His conclus- Col Btoner the great horse man of bought 50 ire buried in a pile of language and Bourbon land cultnre we find under the heailing Is a fog of lit still the careful last week for S4000 spot cash a Dethroned the following r will learn from his statement the Mr I A Colyer is selling the jack In looking over the many art tial fact that the Surplus is no stnk be bowgbt here and shipped to written and published in the different The day of its decease it may be Butler Mo at good prices journals it a man up a tree that difficult to fix but it was sometime in throned Just how anv In Cincinnati Monday shipping cattle Mr Cannon the V iv I I to bring the month of February to 5S550 butchers 510 to U5 proves that it was already dead on the jlsmt relief to the depressed prodi 4250 to 45 Spring lambs 725 28th of February 50 irm by entertaining such wide dif- Mr Cannon gives a statement of the ereiicet- - of opi piestion I lave Mr J P Estill was in town on Satur net cash balance in the Treasury plus n unable to day with a roll of white Burley tobacco From a communication in the Fann- - the national bank redemption fund on raised by the new process It is as 1st of March for each vear from 1885 iiie Journal we quote the apjn nd- the white as new wheat straw a sort of lu March I 1891 he states the ol paragraph 71484045 golden white and clear as snow We think it a grand privilege our sum of these two it D M Quisenberry has sold an eight He does not say now much of this is net Alliance has to sat and how much is the redemption months old jack to W L Caldwell for our future movements for the beaefit of 475 and a seven months old jennet to the fanners and la i rally jut fond which does not belong to tin eminent should Ik added to the not Spencer Hubble lor 8200 He also sold very unwise to pass and have puhlishci hut we shall presently sec the rea- two Southdown bucks to Moses Ferry for to many conflicting resolution- - which is 25- A careful search of the public debt son conclusive and very gratifying evidence for March 1 1881 will result The American Btocknaaa and Farmer t the two old parties that the farmers statement can never upon the most im- - ia the discovery that the redemption for March 1801 published at Pittsburg jortant poiaaa saweaaary for their wel fund is a liability of the Government states that in the month of January 1891 and that it amounted on that date to of the wheat imported into Great Britain fare and sticct 5S per cent came from India and but 25 Another contributor in the Farmers 4710515l Now if the net cash plus the redemp per cent from the United States Koine Journal esiouses the oaaa how ih treasury while still another op- tion fund amounted to Garrard countys tobacco yield the It must have past season was fully one thousand hogsÂ¬ poses it and adTOOatet a revised form of much was the net cash national banks instead while still anoth been just 4450975 less than nothing heads about one half of which has been marketed worth 60000 or 70000 to the ntrihution brands National hanks In other words the Surplus was there wasnt any net cash and the growers The area in cultivation this ii anv shape as most pecaicis man thinks the purchasing power Treasurer of the United Suites hadnt year in the county will not be less than gh money to meet his current liao silver should tr Record less and another CUNKLIlTINti IDEAS -Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tobacco in Louisvill on Monday Good leaf Ki fine fillers 20 select wrap Â¬ 111 Haynes Having purchased Riverside a fine stock farm near Geneseo 111 exiect ing to breed Short horns and wanting a good bull to head my herd and to cross on the good things bought at the Grigaby A Barbae sales last fall after looking through several herds in Illinois and Iowa and not finding anything to whose suit I wrote Col T S Moberlev advertisement I saw in the Gasetti his catalogue and a description of some of his best ones which he kindly sent me - breed Liking his description of I hull fith Prince ot Forest Grove of the Bate Place family by Thorn Duke 05425 I wrote him to ship him After seeing him I can say that OoL Mob erley did not enlarge on his merits in the a he is a plum good one and a great deal better than I expected to see One can do business with theColonel just aw well by letter and be treated just as honorably as if he were at Forest Grove There appears to tie a great deal of mis Â¬ himself Brmi nf CawaVJi apprehension over the State and on the The appended paragraph from a well part of numbers of former citizens now posted exchange conveys rood news to living in other States as to the 000000 the tanners If the farmers will take which Kentucky will receive from the the current market rejwts and compare United Stl rnment Kentucky them with those of a year ago he will will no get her iOiiOiHl until the discover a significant difference in his latere meets next January to pass an act favor Wheat is now selling in St Louis acquitting the National Government of against 78e to 7c twelve all further liability on that score Tax at over months since corn that then brought payers then must understand that as the only 2tk is bought at CiUoats money was originally paid to the United Government directly out of the then sold for 36c and now brings 54c cotton was then worth only 8c to c and State Treasury and not by the imposition now it is worth 10c to lie cattle have ad- of a tax levied and collected from the people for that purpose the amount re vanced from an average of i5 to an av of 475 and hogs have gone up funded will lie turned back into the from an average of fUO to an average State Treasury and not paid out to every of 450 with definite assurance of con citizen who calls for it on the ground that entitled to a share of it tinued increase These are the quotations that tell just what has hajqiened They show a pronounced gain to the agANNOUNCEMENTS ricultural element in all the staples that FOR CtaCOTT COUKT CLEKK it produces But the same thing has not To ttip people of Madison County occurred in behalf of other elements The I ht reliy announce myself a candidate for merchants are not disposing of their the onlee of itrfc of the Madlaoo Circuit Court subject 10 iheacUtm of the tomoerat goods at higher prices but at lower ic parly While It - truff I have served in that prices as a rule than they were a year eeBca h- - CleiW and deputy for the Iiisl sev There has lecn no advance but a eral years this hus but Ihe belter ijuulltled tne to the and sharp decline in the rates of interest on iltilie- - diofehaiKe office Importanthow I exaciiin As to have at the teliled money The stocks of the railroails and Judges to my duties I refer to tne Hon members of the bar litigant Jurors similar corporations have fallen ii an J oiler attendants of uareoorta eite you to my previou announcement in the of rising and respectfully a k my felioweiti zeus sapport as the duties of my olii e Madison county has some excellent will prevent ine from making as thorough a jacks making the present ami fin Among oiuvassns desire t Mo gratefully that have had cards printed at the W H MILLER Climax office are the the following S H THOKPK JR Is candidate for Madison Circuit Court subject Achilles near Waco at 20 lor jennets Clerk of the of to the action the Democratic part j fs r mares By Milt Durham by IrIJ C It VKIL of Speedwell is a candi vines Mogul by Compromise Durdate fur Cireuii Court Clerk of Madison subject to the action of the Demo Â¬ hams dam Cassie by Walkers Castill countyparty la- cratic ian Achillas dam by Sam Fox by Irvines Mogul dam by Castillian 2nd dam Jim Porter Moberley A Cosby P Deaxheragei near Sanko at Richmond at 88 to insure 14 hands high fine form by Hubbles Beecher out of Black Satin jennet comprising two of the beat streams of blood J E Baldwin and i W lieathera Ramsey near Bed House at fs By Big Have by Big John by Renold by imported Mammoth Big Davi dam by Jim Porter Ramseys dam by Black Sampson dam Mammoth J A T Mr Frank S writes W MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Largest Assortment KLadies Lowest Prices Latest and Best Styles in Spring Suits Misses and Gents Fine Shoes Visit our store examine our goods learn our prices and we feel assured Respectfully that we can please you J VORIES SCHOOLFIELD O CO a 9 z 5 c 3 H ii C If I s 95 a TJ e GOING ff VT 00000 oOoOoQoo OUR 1 Â¬ 9 c o 3 c -- a z r o - IS - i k i jalrt Jj - JL v e -- C Â¬ Â¬ Competitors ooooooooooo Â¬ r f0 7 1 -- 2 Â¬ Â¬ s n s -- 3 a o THEY P 3 at T m rs O 3 T3 3 s w -- 3 1 1 1 1 2 m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a 73 5 2 CP YuNRss s c ble aXd JiifjA OIVIS flew - Livery OUR NEW -- B Backet 47lSli THK NBUI PM bl RiiADS -- sue ot jirouiKient putl i iitlereiit ssotioaa of irviiiia aeacjakyj spath fpiu ard not tariff taxes are the oppr the tales of Um t W L Caldwell Son sold to Charles While one contributor opjKjses Lear of Paris nine head of young jacks On Monday last the Treasury gave out land and Hill as the coming and jennets mostly by iiant for 2900 the statement that the surplus was 13 D BT untrv another dem Prewitt bought of Len Hudson 30 000000 but as the redemption fund is e Hill as a far worse man than sheep 115 pounds average at 4 J cents now counted in the cash in the Treasury Und aud from Lytle Hudson If head 110 this means that there is a deficit of over In this same issue a new or thi pounds average at 4J cents Danville pnrty is advocated and opposed wiii 30000000 Mr Cannons explanations Advocate alwut the reasons for the vastuess of the gieat energy by two writers D B and Howard Hampton Jr are fellow grows eloquent in speaking appropriations become unimportant in This view of the fact that the Surplus has certainly playing in hard luck of the utterances of ex Speaker Carlisle been wiped out not by reducing taxa- week they lost their fine jack Leonidas at cxtiemely siily and danirerous at d valued at 1500 He died of something tion but by increasing expenditures the author fit for the asylum Some time ago arsenic Mr re compiled in like rheumatism The Home Journal lias dropped the plied for the removal of a wart womans rights clause from its standiig the Treasury for a purpose which a give the reader the impression that the and some think this had something to do ef home of Alliance demands whith his death They also have seven Stuck management of the finances by th Record One writer declares that home tan 1 Â¬ tl jit it should be greater le Â¬ bilities by four and a half million dol- - Quindaro near Waco at 8 In 4th year by Toronto No 70 by Walker A VYattea Leo by Western by Bourbon - dam by Lobe Westerns sire finest jack in Ten Quindaros dam Rilma No 56 by Walker A Wattes Williams Jack by Robinsons jack by Blythes jack by fVynet imported Na poleon 3rd going back to Tippacanoe and Castillian Embry c Park E II Ballard near Paint Lick has a good jack at fjft Three separate trials were made at the Wisconsin Station to test the compara tive affect of feeding cornmeal alone to md feeding it mixed with small quantities of bone meal also w ith hard Â¬ wood ashes Two pigs were fed corn meal alone two were fed cornmeal and and two others cornmeal and bone meal mixed The experiments covered a jieriod of twelve weeks at the close of which the animals were slaughtered the thighbones tested as to their breaking strength and burned to determine the quantity of ash hnitting details the re- Â¬ 1 sults summarize alxmt as follows It appeara that the effect of the bone meal and ashes was to save about one hundred and thirty pounds of corn or 28 per cent of the total amount fed in pro- Â¬ ducing 100 poumls of gain live weight 2 That by leading the bone meal the strength of the thigh bone was doubled also that ashes produced the same effect to almost the same degree 3 There was about 50 per cent more ash in the bones of the hog receiving bone meal and hardwood ashes than in the others 4 No difference was perceivable in the pro- portion of lean to fat meat in the several carcasses The bone meal and ashes seemed to have no effect on the size or weight of any of the internal organs or the weight of blood The effect was evi dent only in the building up and strength- Â¬ ening of the bones and the aiding of di- Â¬ gestion The experiments point to the sreat value of hardwood ashes lor hog feeding and show that they should be regularly fad Bone meal seems to build up somewhat stronger bones thau ashes but ashes do the work w ell enough and usually cost the farmer nothing Live Â¬ Â¬ Buggies Harness sL1pXrKBK Â¬ Â¬ Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and rpfre Rh i n cr in tiiA tjiatA ami atc ENJOYS have come and our in all ii tem enectuaJly dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- Â¬ We propose to furnish duced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its Turnouts all Kinds effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it at reasonable rates to all and have made it the most popular remedy known byrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drugHorses boarded by the day gists Any reliable druggist who week or month may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any ki Trim ie tl Â¬ substitute CALIFORNIA LOUISmiE FIG SYRUP CO HT Horses Bought and Sold Teams for hauling of every kind New Stable on Irvine Street between Second and Third may be seen stealthily moving about alter the radiant heavenly body has ceased to sh wended its wav downward and allowed itself n sin the western horizon and they are always heavy laden for th bowed down even to mother earth with their load ot uPooi Prices which have been their source of sustenance for SO loi which they are now conveying to their last resting pla We are now in the riny with a new complete and ery attractive line of goods We are not entirely unknown to you either We were reared he neath the same wing by which we are shielded now and we ii thai the same sun the same moon and the saire star- - which their lustrous beaOM over our infancy shall be omnipresent in our declining day We are aware that our road is a one but competiti the life of trade and by honesty fair dealings and proofs of menr we are making rapid strides towards the topmost round of tlie ladder We did not expect the patronage of the WHOLE of thai grand old Inion but knowing that we were at the mercy faf ir friends we strove to be able to accommodate them to the best of our ability and proud to say are succeeding admirably Our line comprises many of the leading brands ia the mai and we assure you that we are not competitors ot any Johnny establishment Our proffered inducements even asloi Our Spring and Summer styles of BOOTS and SHOES are simply beyond description Special attention is called to our Old Li and -- Old dents shoes also our 150 and 200 line Our line of CLOTHING is unequalled lor style durability We can fit the small boy the small large or most fastidious prices man at prices unheard of Also SUITS MADE TO ORDEU Just inspect our line of HATS consisting ot Stetsons Swauns and in fact all the leading styles and brands But our cry does not end here In endless varieties we can show a beautiful line of Gloves Handkerchiefs Socks Suspender Underwear Shirts Collars Cuffs Scarfs Jewely Trunks Valises Umbrellas c tc Socks Handkerchiefs Scarfs Novelties in Jewelry fcc far 5 Twenty five cents buys a good Work Shirt Undershirt Drawers and an arm load of other bargains Flannel and Unlaundried Shirts from 50 cents to the best and fanciest made A choice selection in novelties in fancy flannels and linen and silk puff bosoms Laundried Shirts from 65 cents to the finest Agents for the celebrated STAR Shirt flWWe are live men with live goods at live prices We can sell you an article cheaper than many merchants can give it to you Oh we are -- way out of sight Â¬ rtied ic li 8AM FRANCISCO CAU KT MEW rORK SICH IxE02Sr3D EC B0GGS CO ui IS Main Street opp Court Houses Ii 2AF3S3 Propr J G 11 R BAILEY Ail kinds of Coal anl Lumber at the lowest market price Liberal patronage of the pubic respectfully requested The yards are located on Orchard street be- Â¬ tween that street and the K C Railroad 3 MYERS MnVr 14 RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond Ky TTPEWEITEH 1 SDTEISS Dissolution Notice The coal firm of C T Wells St Co doing business at the corner of Main and B strrets in Richmond KV con ofC T Wells and F B Carr has this day dissolved by mutual consent F ii Carr withdrawing All accounts must be C T WELLS settled at orce rai districts show is of that tiiat in n the a number of the most public- - i uangee we learn that the atten im is patriotic far seeing men in other flpft Kates no new thing with the Dispatch to advocate the improvement of the of the old State Bad roads to est rang and stan and otherwise taxes to j good road system The rounder of t paper was always ready to raise his voice - - tl e to fre bbss of the age In this same issue of the Home Journal one contributor advix ates a new party and places free coinage above all ot ler issues while another claims that th Deaaocratic party which mak ureat issue the only sah iit not t le far sighted muuibers of the Alliance to call a halt nil which tbe lenient of the Â¬ -- publicans compares favorably with that of the DefBOCI it therefore the way he states the figures of the two dates March 1 1889 March 1 lKIl Net cash balance in the Treasury 4 14940 Fund held for the nption of national bank an 82577150 Net cash includÂ¬ jennets an every one has slipped her nearly all the colts being jacks 1 R C By waters sold to J S Owsley 18 F Cash delivered to K IBM i Oli 323 and ing national 40H bank fund 42714S40 The fund held for redemption of na-- Journal a bank notes was deposited in the The Cuvax last week contained the added to the general cash largest numler of jack stock sales it has iiould in Jul recorded in one week This week shows is that in it reports the sale of jacks in Madison ani ty to the amount of 9025 They tian the revenue were bought by Missouri and Illinois parties principally by the former The amount of the a fund on highest priced were one each by I Shei- - L Tanner 150 barrels of earn at f340 props Toledo Monte Fox bought of Jeff and Ed Jones Ohio 12 cotton mules iiraham sold We the undersigned have known F j to W M Beck 15 head of cows and heif- Â¬ Cheney for the last 15 yeais and believe ers at 2J cts Graham Catron sold to him perfectly honorable in all business J M Hail 10 head of 600 pound cattle at transaction and financially able to carry 2f to Thos House 13 head of 480 pound out any obligations made by their firm at rf and to H J Darst 20 head of about West Truax Wholesale Druggist 550 pounds average for 32250 Stanford Toledo Ohio Walding ft Knnan Hows This We offer One Hun ired for any case of catarrh cureU by taking Halls F J CHENEY CO Dol rs reward that can not be Catarrh Cure neatly fini hed Will write rapidly with practice The Mekitsop this Machine call forth the highest praise and testimon ials from hundreds Because It has no ribbons to wear out Leaves evtry word to the operator as soon as printed March 12th 1S91 F BCAKR Requires no skill or practice to operate 40 43 Operates by use of One Hand only Iu size and weight adapts it to travelers Is an educator for the young The legibility BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY and beauty ot its work recommend it to the use of all Madison County Iihle ejayThis beautiful and useful machine drug store of Stoo ks in will he prt REE to every new Richmond a large nuuiner ot liihle and sttaacriber send for one Testaments Thei offer thttn at extremely subscription to Bcttorda Magazine low prices o those who are alile to buy at once before the present supply is ex Â¬ and propose to give them away to ail who hausted are not able to buy Ministers throughBELFORDS MAGAZINE CO out the county are requested to see that 860 hroadwav New York 4- the poor of their rcspectivi cs are supplied earscd at ut Mtf lint of work W L CRUTCHER President and tionorablT bf taoaa of aex ruuufr or aid aitd tm Mud Nat Hank 49 4S taay n Amy -- The Most Marvelous Achievement in cheap and useful machines It does gooj work Operates entirely automatically Is simple in construction Has no parts liable to wear out Is compact in form and light in weight Is well made and Sanitary Plumbers Stsam and WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF- - k Fitters -- Gas Fixtures of Every Description INCLUDING Chandeliers Brackets Stanards Globes Rubber Tubing Ac BATH TUBS AND CLOSET JENKINS GLOBE VALVES best made SYPHONS AND INSPIRATORS HOT WATER BOILERS FrlONEYI Va UkataT eW Small Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo and mot after a little asaarfataaa eaw raw Uw am wpmceto explain yr rHKE SoWt ftnrtJak STAbarKAiM Fall Ohio i Tl V E A CO Atiil Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally carry We closed out our stock of Dry You need not go to Cincinnati or other place for jour fixture for we acting directly upon the blood and mo- - Goods have to Phi c quit the business All par MULE COLTS FOE full tock of the latest design work is done ot men uho re just from Our cous surfaces of the system Price 75c ties indebted to us are respectfully requestdelphia Mill supplies to fill all demands per bottle Sold by all Druggisis 41 45 ed to rome forward and settle immediately Our affair must be wound up I have too mule colts for sale at reasonRICHMOND PLUMBING CO The Owensboro shoe facto par- Respectfully able prices Light Co tially destroyed by fire on tt CROOKE BENNETT H H COLYER URMSTON 17PLWMaaaa to Richmond WAiaa 33 7 ti READ THIS Stea5wSTSH favntak ercrytfcinf Wa ctart tow th work R riak Tmmr Taw cam fe teaws MHa Hydrants and Hose for Yard and Street SpriiikW Ull Â¬ Fooled onthf First He was a mechanic and had a girl of whom he rid He went April 8 1891 to work oi thota KOf the 1st but awdde nil severe case i if head- Pr Jennings contiuuee ill at his home ad to go see a doctor She in thin place hadnt sent for him but he went and Ten per rent dividend declared by the soon returned with all traces of the head- - HE CLIMAX rtdsfyt Firrt National See notice Ceasius of Frank and Jesse James Mr Frank James wife and two sons Frank Jr and Jesse stopped with Mr A heavy snow lei l here Monday eve- Maupin in this place last Wednesday I zuiiff raeiuju away yetierusy nui night Mr James and family have been Itesidence for sale on Smith Ballard months and were on their I street ee ail 01 Mr ai Met arty wav to tuny their former Saturday is Arlor Day ci onling to the home He is an own cousin to the original James brothers and his two sons are rnors proclamation Plant trees named for them The recent Grand Jury found several Too I ate indictments for selling cigarettes to boys Just as the Climax had gone to The north bound pasetger was over last week the following note was handed reck on unaaj fiur hours late in by a minister but too late for publicaKoundstone tion More snow fell here oil Monday than ay day during the winter 1 Â¬ Â¬ Day or as we April Fool Day and it has been I ognized for generations season eonies but very either of the last week or people know that the authoritv for founded in the Bib lachi M nearly atofrfjad thj building ope chapter and 7th verse rjitiiif aboaat town Dent forget that your Uncle Jim Dykes ice using will be in the ring when th This is All Fools say few it is 4th Try It We have in this city located aloi eral of the paved thoroughfares a now ken they i kind of gun which is not danger personal column for highest life but fearful to limb property and paid to any Madison county rer morals It is known as a brick squirt boy visiting in another State gun and is operated by pressing the loot Klkin lros merchants at Waco made ujon the brick Those who wish to see an assignment last week to Mr W D and feel it perform have but to Walk to Bonny Liabilities only about 1000 the depot out Main or down 3rd street You pram the brick it does the n Mr Beaui hainp the gnat temperance Btiml win ones sjottd the robbers hey read of thtir capture but Progress at tot ilyndon The Western Union Telegraph office in Hotel Glyndon will lie completed to day if nothing hinders The convenience to the public can scarcely be estimated it is so great Mr F B Carr agent for the K C R R had often been consulted in regard to a down town office and knew the wishes of the public So he laid for the Superintendent and ore day he came along from the South going to Mr Carr literally pulled Cincinnati him off the train and gave him a long talk embracing the amount of business done in Richmond the work done as olograph office then existed at the depot and pointed out the vast advant both to the public and the company by having an office in the business part of town Mr than proceeded with the Superintendent to Hotel Glyndon and placed the matter before Mr Willis who grasped the situation and offered great inducements including considerable outlay on his part The Superintendent carefully considered the matter and after days of correspondence Mr Carr and Mr Willis succeeded in getting the office removed from the depot to the Glyndon The thanks of the public are due the gentlemen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Or candidate who uses money or whisky to secure his nomination or election 4th That we as Farmers and Labors Union do hereby return our most sin Â¬ cere thanks to the people of Richmond tor their hospitality shown to our order while in session at the Court house Also to our Jailer for his kindness in having the Court house in order and good tires and also his politeness and courtesy to members of the Union Also to our brother Mr Ed Powell for his most bountiful table with the choice necessaries and luxuries 5th That these Resolutions and De Â¬ mands be published in the Bichmoud Climax and Farmers Home Journal ith That we thank Almighty God for the continuation of his blessings toward us as an organization of Farmers and I aborers THIN COLUMN Tennyson is building a church in Dan- Â¬ HOUSE NOTES ad racing at New Oaleans Glouces- Â¬ ville ter and Guttenberg the past week Pennsylvania Mr H C Traynors stal- Â¬ Fide abinin Rynthianny Sunday Id a went to the Pisolilian church show lion is the sire of Robert McGregor 217J an surtin she said Fifteen head of trotting stock will be Louisville has a Coroner Miller as sold in front of Foxs stable on Saturday 41 44 well as Richmond but well bet his loth April at 10 oclock given name isnt Old Stump Thirty four States and Territories anil The Carlisle Mercury is authority for Canada are represented in the entrv list 000 Kentucky Futu ity the statement that the people of New to the Orleans so dislike Italians that they re- Â¬ LF lbgislative Parker Joel Mai pin B F Goldkk Secy Co Union c Â¬ Â¬ peafcer will be here on the 2Sth of this month and will speak at tie Court house Uored Miss Emma Burgin was gored by a cow The people from nearly all parts of the and painfully injured Saturday afternoon ttemptedte drive a cow with a he stand pipe of our w a- hen the aniks as it looms up a Dove the tree- - young calf out of the yard mal rushed at her and gored her in the left side inflicting several painful bruises A uniting of the stockholders of the and breaking a bone in her left hand nond Water and Lig it Company is Her face and neck were liadly torn by a for April loth at ib ollice in this barbed wire fence which shoeneounterid in trying to escape from the vicious brute County Democratic Conven It is a miracle that her injuries were uot dele- - more serious itunlay May 2nd le Convention at Louis 100 Month Â¬ May iuh Per laris April 15 io wont know me when I come borne Ill bees ale at their grand parent the late of the total value of I A comparison wish took so much like Texas Papa II first street James McFerran they will lie paid hereprizes run for on the turf in the different you could see these Indians they M DRIGGARS nty live lots will be sold at public after an allowance of SJIKJ each a month I saw some little ones countries show the following figures In like show people CONFEDERATE -- CHIEF whereat tbey have heretofore re n on Fifth and Laurel streets on no bigger than me but they were not the Argentine Republic it was a trifle onlv 25 The lather of the children re Saturday April 25th by G YV Lvans il400000 in I am over 40000000 as against girls they were young Indians sisted the suit ilium the ground that the agents afraid we are getting home sick lor one the United Suites fillOOuOOOni Pntlaml allowance wm l luawiu but the court 0000 in France and ilLoiOoO in day we didnt eat much Dont fail Ten days ago Mr H J Strong had let thought differently and decided in favor Germany Stock Farm about my teeth nd raddishes of his own planting of the mother and children LorimriUe John A Morris ban BOO mustang mares A little grain early but Truth At the Longmoor funeral at Cynt RELIGIOUS Texas ranch which he has bred to tasted just iis well Mrs Jones is the widow of J Iiwrence the place was pointed out when thoroughbred stallions The foals of tated Stariard azi Sc- A amlMiat loaded with machinery Jones former Commonwealths Attorney The new rector of the Episcapal church these unions are to be bred to trotting shot between the small Bqnar M E church the for the new saw mill of the Southern of this district will preach on Sunday 19th horses of standard breeding with the in- Â¬ from Smith House to Lumlier Co at Valley V ew landed at firing from the hotel Near by Rev C P Williamson left for Balti- tention of thus securing a model saddle Federals Infringement of Patent occupied hv Ir that point one day last week Woodier for which there is now such a is the residence then veor more last Thursday to The Conway correspondent of the Mt Addani8 into which the wounded soldier Democrat great demand It is difficult for a crowd of pedeatriaaa Vernon Signal writes as follows days six 1NFEDERA was taken which resulted in his mat to try to pass each other n a Court day The Duhmes of Cincinnati have purRev H C Morrisons meeting at the The many friends here of J K Ri Miss Addams who ministered to him down on Main street as the buggy shafts son of Professor Rogers late of lSerea chased itX acres of beautiful blnegraaa Methodist church in Hopkinsville Congressman Stone who was similarly about one hall IBM lavement land near Lexington adjoining tie will lie sorry to learn that he is having a with one hundred additions wounded at same battle met with like WP deal of unanticipated trouble with A freight train was the cause of sonic president of the sins Goodloe farm and is one of the most fate in marrying Senator Marti Dr R M Hatfield er d beautiful locations for a breeding farm in law who attended him troiilile to pedestrians last Saturday at his new type setting machine Another rent Methodist school at Evanston III The Duhme outfit at Woodlawn near Iain street crossing of the K C party has come forward to claim that died suddenly there last week laid at Cvnthiana from June until March Glendale Ohio will move to the new Mrs n j wiped the track but it Mr Rogers invention is an infringe Rev Mr Lyons of Mt Sterling filled when lie was taken to his farm and it will be further Unproved ADVERTISEMENTS NE ment upon the patent of a type setting t take them long to 2et on again Then Haven near CoviiiLtoii the pulpit of the First Presbyterian In compliance with the call of the Nat oral of loiiginoors nanism machine of which he is the inventor in this city last Sunday church Bourne so wel and favorably The rulings of OF ional Trotting Dorse Breeders Ana the court so far as the tliefuncril Circuit Clerk i Rev Thomas a Theological student is in the rnillineiy business rails ad two deli the Breed- - Covington carries a cork already none are not at all Mr attention elsewhere in todays favorable to Mr Rogers supplying the pulpit of the Madison av nvention to be held at Chicago on Virdcii of Lexington like who none the to her spring announcement enue Baptist chuch in i S25 to Insure a Mare in Foal of April the Kentucky minus even a cork leg A I soul above infringing upon I The Methodtsts of Red House Mr Green B Tnr- - any mans patent of Hai borhood are raising money r II C Mi afomi ii6 that h has received a Various Missions at that place A good m church with R stating that Mr W T Edwfaa Elder C P Williamson of Richmond Spring Millinery ami W Dr Howard Crosby vice chancellor has fallen heir to 27tomooo 1891 1891 SEASON us llcnlT in our citv yesterday and preached SB inform her the New York 1niversity and One of the sent it Mrs Bourne William Cornwall connected with the funeral of Ifiai Emma Aaharat He foremost Presbyterian ministers died in will still be Hunt A Flemingsburg d Ar friends and patrons that she Mr Bieha G Parrish has gone to Lex- Â¬ approved style Wee iorks railroad having made lor eight Or ten yean the regular Darnall Bros stock farm near this place found at her old stand 103 corner Main Two hours passed in lively talk when ington where he will spend the spring New York iirnmeut of his extensive ban her at Bethlehem and took Miss cpared to der and and 3rd streets wher- One of the oldest and most distin- there was foaled Friday night a bay to the chagrin of the surorisers the and summer in the Kentucky Commer- Â¬ grille will pay dol ar for dollar and Ashursts confession and baptised her out of wait upon them with a handsome line of prompt 7 a m doors were thrown wide and there cial College guished preachers of the M E Church by Anteeo who rig ible left M He goes to Baltimore Ota Thursday to 43 14 stretched before the party a long table Mr J J Carson of Louisville formerly South the Bar Dr John E Edwards Ellen Allen by Maml rino Russell who new spring millinery ate a new church on Sunday next Mr Wm Butner of the Kingston of Virginia died last week crowded with good tilings and gaily deck a well known merchant of this place wls sold lor 20000 last month A Ni v York capitalist has nsjrd oaaault with Prof W D as thrown from his horse and Alex 24000 ed with flowers There was a dead hush spent Sunday with his brother-in-laBishop Wilson of the Methodist dam Marina dam of Mlie nnd in the near the Three Fortta depot thin piece McCliutock in reference to the Chau then a burst of enthusiastic thanks to the Mr J B StouffiT Church South will return this month anders Abdullah fourth and tilth ir lant week and nan painfully hurt tauqua program entered in hospitable pair whom they had started Mr Wm Walker has returned from from a tour round the world Mr Williamson has been recently boat the band lie is about t0 fawn id the But young appetites are out to astonish the winters stay in Texas looking hearty third trip round the world in 6 in connection with Prof Mc elected old and in great glee they tiled out to 25000 Futurity at Lexington sold n 11 or large farms are to as a buz saw and ready for a spring camRev Bobt Christie of St Paul Minn Clintock Superintendent of Instruction A pood enjoy the elegant feast many people went down to of the Chautauqua Assembly at Tho price received for the promising the ability of the purchasers to paign in Kentucky former pastor of Presbyterian church at Alas Alas The candy was all pep- Â¬ t viaduct and looked un- Â¬ How colt Hurt Wallace wtis a them and long payments will be granted He reports a rich feast in store for Mrs T J Scott who has been visiting Lexington ia visiting friends in this pery the small cakes tilled with cotton der rch last Wednesday but nod deal of u disappointment to bit or pay will he taken in farm product The He litis been called to 7th street church JV the coming assembly Pari K for several weeks leaves to-Â¬ race the wine was vinegar and water the her parents any rob ers or goo Mr S M Lastey especially owners scheme includes the founding of a city Cincinnati morrow for her home in Richmond broad iced cakes which loomed up in pyr any hole in the wall Then they thought great interest in the near the centre of the pfOfertT and a SirhtilagrilU Jounuil Elder 8 M Martin evangelist of the and taken amids were tin cake moulds covered over about its being April 1st and sneaked Special Train and predicted that he would bring leading idea is to bring the spinner near Christian church Columbus Mo gays Mrs Muggie Williams formerly propri off home It was very generally the cotton aaceOor Blantmi has chartered a and when the knife came down with a Infant baptism is mans invention and of St Nicholas Hotel this place whack consternation wan ujqiermost expected that the colt might sell loraanm The grand jury Haptded the jail and special train of throe coaches over the the mourners bench is a sinful and WilkfsCsltfVOOoo This most elaUinite array of viands was a and her two daughters Misses Faniie it in the neighborhood of 4ikk to Cs00O reported to Judge Her on that it was in Kentucky Central to leave Richmond at wicked thing I and my brethren from the nutmeg wal- and Bessie have removed to Chicago complete sell E H Bamum of Maitland V In the light of these facts the pries paid excellent condition clean comfortable 2 oclock p m on Friday April 10th repudiate the idea that baptism can wash to the snowy frothy soap Mr Hutchison General Agent of the 100 doubtless disap Â¬ under date Oct 15th I for Hart Wallace and healthy Jailer Wagers is having for the inter collegiate oratorical contest nuts away sin ou order for Qiiinns Ointnicti which looked so temptingly like float or Louisville Savings and Loan Association pointed Messrs Leafey and Owotis coii tie I received trom you some tim Returning will leave e cry thing done that oau be thought of at Lexington lexander Henry has been ap- siderablv lianrd Rev ambessia There was not one thing on is here in the interest of his company has 6aved a fine Wiikes Colt lor n e for the welfare of the nriaanetn includ- Lexington at 11 p m and reach Rich pointed by the Kentucky Presbytery to Ask your Mr Rutherford Blanton is local agent 50000 it is a grand remedy naonad at oclock a m stopping only at the table that could be eaten Another ipiestion that rather nonplus- ing a close watch on thtir movements charge of the church work in it druggist for il Hem Wan April fooling with a venge Mr W G Watts proprietor of Boissea take c is how does California stock Round trip laris an 1 Winchester WILL JENS S Bob Town property owners should ance The ohs and alls and groans House Franklin Ky in renewing his and Kstill counties and left on Tuesday sell higher in the Fast than Kastern bred ticket only John Mount died th Beatty ville to make a home for his pavements in front of their premises ioiits all told of hunger unappi subscription to the Climax remarks that lor Western home in Covington aged t2 jrean Be will take place in the Tin There are two reasons We are sorry wife who will follow soon in actual fact that the pikes a mile conscience made sore till finally he and family are well ami prosperous 8 oclock opera house beginning at breeders cannot afford to send inferior had served more Tears in ptison than to lose this estimable couple from Ver oat of town are in a better condi Mr F H Keene of the hostess took pity and served them STOCKHOLDERS MEETUIil - to the Fast ami consequently anv man in the world having Lmisvillerepri Miss Nannie McDowell very pleasantly sailles and wish them God speed Ur- tion than this portion o Itichmoml and Central University and is a tine speaker some genuine hot coffee They went entertained a number of friends Wednes they have to bring all gisxl animals to hind ttie bars lor anore than fifty 1 i why it should be so A large number of friends will go over to Home in lngli good liumor but lar wiser year o pay freight expenses Then again the and for every crime except murder day evening in honor of Miss Mattie McLet the authorities put iown thecurbing Rev D L V Motfett rector of Grace stock that has been grown a generation the contest This is an opportunity of men and women He had lieen in the nenitelitiar Dowell of Richmond Danrille Advocalr BH and then see to it that the property own There will be a meeting of church announced from the pulpit Sun out- - Michigan which the friends of the University Missouri Indiana Ohio Miss Kate Walker accompanied Mrs day evening that be had accepted the call or two in California anal v pavements Meeting of the Madison County rami rs It affords not Kentucky rn blood rank- should take advantage The last ten in Ilanna on her return to Cleveland and bailors 1nion to take charge of the church at Richmond m April 15 For From inner lenntirs They have been sight seeing in Ky He will depart for his new field oi only a blood oiitcross but also a climate fort live yean lor March Fine Work The County Union assembled at the Pittsburg Philadelphia and Boston a re Ulllt Haw which all horsemen know is the last fifteen vars bi If you wish to hear from Clark Fayette tor a more 25000 im labor in about two weeks with the Dr G W Evans has had tin Court house in Richmond on Friday Democrat Jessamine Boyle Garrird Lincoln and From there went to New York to visit wishes of all for continued sun ess and found to work well in breeding Then formed man eaten - are other his addition to Irvine printed in fine April 3rd and continued in session two demands besides for thenother counties see 4th age of this issue Dark brow Boar dm a Mr Eugene Winston Walker Literary Nl happiness His popularity in this city is breeding purposes Many a colt is select Squire John Hill presided the nicer ed New department added which we expect style at The Climax at J B Demaree Grand Worthy Chief not confined to his own congregation is the unique A Son of Old Harry ers Lexington Ky larrish made the survey and plat and Brat day pro lean President Hiram Jett ed by a gentleman who lik a good one to continue Tourgee which is W W Comlis was Templer of Kentucky of College Hill Jefferson Mr C M Owens one of Tin Ciimw having resigned to drive on the road or to put in training title of a story by Judge Sxred Recovered to succeed Mr Jett and pre Â¬ this county left last Thursday for a force late of Morristown Teun but who Rev Mr Freeman has resigned Un for a little fun on the track Hundreds soon to appear in the New York Ledger FOR SUE months work at Grafton W Va in the charge of Bryan Station church after a of them are purchased with an eye single It is one of those surprises which this in- Â¬ MOUSE 1HDUT Â¬ The announcement was recently made served the greater potion of his ap sided the second day that Elder H J Clark of the ld Baptist prenticeship in Knoxville put it in Twelve 6ub unions having a total interest of the temperance cause He and continuous pastorate of thirteen years to the use that can be made of their defatigable writer is always springing on leave for Europe in a few If not sold privately before church was mentally out of ba Last Sunday he handed in his resignatype It makes a beautiful map ljx2 membership of six hundred were rep Â¬ his wife will titidently expected that the literary world to the contusion of the He is now reported a much improved rfect a piece of work as resented by M delegates Great increase weeks tion but it was uot received and action this demand will greatly increase owing critics who have no sooner got him fitted SATURDAY MAY 16TH 1891 i it in The Little Rock Ark Daily Gazette was deferred till the next church meeting physically and entirely recovered uieut we ever saw in that line There ar in new memliers was retiorted since last great number of very valuable to a niche than he jumps down and clamto sell publicly it under a handsome full length picture There had not been service in the church bers into another allv ml alleys county meeting lots half a dozen strI and gugranteed purses that are be- Â¬ HIS H AND LOT fronting on mv H The above picture w ill be read il v for several months when Mr Freeman ing instituted all over the country It Â¬ J T Parrish having says tnty Secretary sure foal getter railroad river and other things all exhib feet and run- to the Robert Edknows a uowl Thing About thirty heirs ed yv ited by the map and the number and resigned Mr B F Golden was elected recognized by the visitors at the Govern- Â¬ came to the church and since be accepted will be only a short time if the furor for eet New wards estate New York City met in Mr A S Gott like lumbers of others Midway tr ors Mansion It is William Kavanaugh the position there has not been a failure stakes holds its course when a first class Variety of fruit f lots width of streets and section office rooms to that with three Frankfort and organized a Robert Ed in this county knows i good thing when known on day of sale brothers he shows the heavy mane and Tc e Lecturer J G Blair of Doty who is visiting his uncle and aunt of more than half a dozen times in all We are ready numbers are also given d that has wards Family Association or tail of Ma A commitM McC ARTY he sees it and likes to ieep abreast of the Sale at o Governor and Mrs James P Eagle who those years wxs present and made a speech Short fine back time corded legs to match Mr Owens against any compos Carlisle udiciously engaged can win an tee of ten was appointed to investigate winner times He sends th Climax to his and perfect disposit itor in the State in this kind of work He advocated the sul treasury for wheat are very proud of their little nephew He Youthful the heirship and title to the property in Easter Services Unity Lodge No 132 enormous sum of money brother Capt Andy Gott at Princeton Thirty eight feet of brass iwnmont rule were used and cotton with a fire proof warehouse is a Kentuckian by birth and son of Mr I O I and Queen Esther Court No 77 is will vet see many trotting colts question to meet again and report in Abe W Vs thus showing his good judgment 1 in every district and a government ad Â¬ and Mrs John Doty of Richmond the met at the colored M E church at 2 and tillies that by the close of their R R Alexanders 10 The printing was done on our 3 ton Hambletonian RNI Louisville on or before May 1st The mw i 1 dam vancement of 50 per cent He opposed latter Mrs F2agles youngest sister He oclock p in A large crowd assembled 800 32 inch cylinder press season will have won 5000 to Kdwanls estate amonnta to at least Paris lee tiief National Banks opposed lawvers in the is just past five years and is unusually to eniov t 10 and occasionally close to 100000 Mr George W Seile- General Manager The choir intro 200000X0 consisting of real property The Prep Cases lature advocated more rending bright and intelligent for his years The duced divine services by singing Wel- Many horsemen may think that an ex in the heart of New York City most of of the Paris lee Manufacturing and Cold In Judge Cheuaults court yesterday among the Alliance members wanted little gentleman has made many riends come Sweet Dav of Rest That Saw the ate but they will proba it situated on Broadway No Storage Co was here last week arranging themselves mistaken There tip to deliver ice here with the opening of weie called the cases of the two sons of them to read more newspapers and keep during his stay here and when the time Lord Arise Then ceremonit am say good bye that ray Ir you want to buy a Sulky Surrey to be no limit to the length that adthe warm season Tho factory is in prog Mr Taylor Rice and a son of Mr Ander- Utter pentad Opposed class legislation arrives fr him to of the Lodge were led by Chaplain J Apr against tutors Pulliam and advised that the farmers look after of sunlight and cheerfulness that crept Kirby assisted by Chief Scribe C H mirers of trotting horses will go to indulge Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for ress and will soon be leady See adver- son Chenault and cheapest Van Lear Robinson and Skiles growing the election of men to office who espouse into the door as he entered the home of Burnam Choir sing their fancv People who follow running he has the latest best Christ An tisement elsewhere in Climax his loving relatives will follow his going of the disciplining of a dozen or their cause cent orally ninety pet out Wednesday Bight as a North bound r by Rev It T Kennedy Scripture AM ru Clean In Vtai Premises Dr Clardy a member of the Constitu- but the visit will leave many pleasant reading and sermon more boys of the Preparatory Depart Â¬ t train of the K IO gambles and only ten per 6 ol At the warm season will soon be here ment of Central University for plaving tional Convention was present and recollections at the Fxecutive Mansion follow the tro Abo nthiana the caboose Green B Miller text Thi 55 all citizens should see that their premises He advocated free a sjeech hookey or cutting on April Fools re derailed ami coni ant horse 9 so Indeed Luke xxr MATRIMONIAL i a8 are in good sanitary condition and if they day Judge Chenauit being related to - Northcott silver closer supervision of admitti il that a who was in the ca- Â¬ i it must he J5 ceremonies conducted by the pastor Kid -- tmi dont look after it the city dads should one of the complainants dediav railroads opposed a third party opposed than the other ten per boose was killed by a fracture of the Miss Sharp of Lexington who fonrer W H Crowdus A collection of 07 rad There is a certain plac on B street be- Â¬ sit in the cases and City Judge Rice 00 ShnkliB reasury opposed high tariff and ly sang in the Episcopal choir this place was taken up for the benefit of building a k their judgment in the skull His remains were shipjbrood tween Main and Irvin s where a number was called in but having expressed an said the salvation of the country depend Â¬ was married last week public school house in this city Miss pool box or the liooks though seldem im Covington for burial of geese are kept whicii needs attention Squire ed uon the Democratic party opinion also declined to act bued with the spirit of gambling like the Minnie Gilbert organist 4M Donelson has a quantity ot new Sul- 11 ci 8 5 DIED and P The subjoined Resolutions and DeHow the runners Aimer was called but having been sick man of pc Far Ooveratr kies Surries and Ixiggies of the newest 11 16 8 57 last Mirbc Progress Then Squire mands were adopted Cbaww days declined 10 Buffalo Hon Curtis F Bnnain of Madison and most popular pattern and at ery 11 ig 1 06 Mrs Dick Pullen died in Richmond on 11 30 It it very important in this age of vast 9 nnsoiuTii tinning from last week o ir list of reasonable figures 11 3 has long been known as one of the most Willis was summoned and took charge 9 11 Sunday aged about 30 years material progress that a remedy be pleas- Â¬ of the Madison county stallions whose owners RetolreJ That we heartily endorse the able and influential of Kentucky Kepub of the cases The case of one Mary Kimbrelldaughterof Irvine ing to the taste and to the eye easily takOrders h een issued by Major D Mrs toys was taken up It will be con bold able and earnest efforts in declar- Â¬ Richmond tnents licant He has sevenl times represented en acceptable to the stomach and he in H Le Azbill and wife of Milton Kimbrell ia afternoon or to morrow as his season BR e present ing the noble principles of our order by his county in the Legislature and served nature And effects Posc sing many witnesses The tutors our Speaker J G Blair Wm Combs died in Madison county on Monday to US fcl as Assistant Secretar ited States Figs is the one perfect qualities Syrup of April 6th 1891 aged perhaps 25 years tids 15 to N4 awl wfMa I Treasury He is an a ale lawyer and is are charged with assault ami battery and Dr Clardy laxative and mott gentle diuretic known Squire Willis to ar Richmond Was a 2nd That we enter not into politics as In the advertisement of the stallion the father of A R Burnt 20 to Insure a Hare in foaL river as soon as the ri ised or hold them for ex a party but will do all in our power as Pennsylvania last weeks Cumai he KenD M Ball tviug won a cumber of Internal Revenue for the Richmond die t aatrjroeicr qaMlTI amination by the grand jury ttrfcT lMB Mth Massachu- - races in the East with heavy weights members of Farmers and Laborers was made the sire of Maude McGregor tucky has sold two lMl llir SmI MM MWU4 WW llllllilt wty Mr Burnain is one of the proapee llffVMlT tlulbt IMTM ml IWI1I Not responsible tor accident asaa j i of flying or one 1500 and Dutchman Bay 2 17 j when it should have read Robert of Louisville Inion to reform the old parties Judge 11 Republican candidates for Governor i4n n ir delay xa for the other 1000 Urd That we will not support any McGregor 2I7J ieton and Gladiator is jombined Aaita Mat Cincinnati IM died on the 3rd inst in that city Manufacturing and Cold Co will deliver ice in our city Office and depot J S Blounts Mrs May Viley Jones won the fight for her children by the McFerran union in the courts last week From the entailed of Â¬ Â¬ demands We demand the abolition of National Banks and the substitution of legal tender Treasury notes in lieu of National Bank notes direct to the people in sufficient volume to do the business of the county on a cash system regulating the amount needed on a per capita of not less than fifty dollars and that this Mondays Death The Climax simply announced last shall be the legal tender in payatant of week the shooting in lessani ne county all debts both public and private It of the colored man Babe lfunday of shall be based upon a gold and silver basis at a low rate of interest on good k The Nicholasvile Democrat On last Sunday night a number security We demand that Congress shall pass of negroes left Madison county and came over into Jessamine crossing the river at such laws as shall effectually prevent Tates Creek Ferry and proceeding to the the dealings in futures of agricultural home of a negro named Fred Hale w ho and mechanical productions We demaud the free and unlimited lives near Sears Arriving there they surrounded the house and Rube Munday coinage of silver lielieving at the same the leader after ordering Hale to give time it would result in the greatest good himself up had his men to fire a numler to the greatest number of people Believing in the doctrine of equal of shots into the house and through the rights to all and special privileges to windows Hale responded with several shots none we demand that our National from within and the leader of the mob legislation shall be so framed in the Munday fell dead with a bullet in future as not to build up one industry at breast and several others were the expense of another I N DolOLAS wounded The other negroes then fled J T Hamilton leaving the dead body of their leader r Com R F Sktddkk Hale was not further molested hut con PanaLBV Smith W W Combs cluded to leave the country and before going told Ale Garrett that they double B F Golden Bee Madison Co Union P O Union City Ky d on him but he got one of them and was going away He left taking PERSONAL Annie Perkins with him She is the woman that caused the trouble She had Mr Frank Walker of Atlanta came up left Munday to live with Hale and Mun crowd for the purpose on a visit last week day went with his Mrs W B Wilkerson of Lexington is of lynching Hale and the woman Squire James Baxter held an inquest visiting Mrs W W Pigg over the dead body of Munday and the Mr J C Parrish and wife of Pineville following report was tiled here Tuesday are visiting relatives here We the jury believe the IkiJv liefore Thornton General Manager Richbe that of Babe Munday that he mond Tiano Company is in Chicago came to his death on the night of the 2Mb Mr Dudley Tribble and family have of March and that his death was the re- Â¬ removed to the M Evans residence on sult of a gun shot wound and we believe ttfa street the shot was tired by Fred Hale Mr and Mrs R M Hunter of Nichol asville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Fooled tbr Foolers L Perry Col and Mrs Joe Anders n are well II Mrs Saui Scott and children returned reateasbered by their numerous rob and friends in this county where they last week from a visit to Mrs Scotts parlived for a number of years The Lex- ents in London Col D W Tribble of Richmond visit ington Press says One of the iinst suc April Fool parties was given at the ed friends in this place from Saturday un- Â¬ VVrri Record til Monday nee of Mr and Mrs J T Anderson It wis intended to be a surprise party Mr John W Fox has returned from and a number of young people laid their the winters stay in Georgia and finds plans to run in on the host and hi the weather a little off here ly however turned una Mr M B Arbuckle the Secretary of the traitor and gave due notice Fight oclock Richmond Fair Association was in Dan- Â¬ and carriage after carriage rolled up ville Tuesday ate till some fifteen or twenty guests had as Mr Pat Gorman of Lexington spent a sembled At lirst the lights were sub of last week here much to the dued in the hall and front parlor but im Â¬ portion chagrin of a young man in this place mediately the host am with Dr M C Heath is home from the south ition and smiling Em turning on the full blaze of chandeliers to stay and he and family are occupying made the party welcome after the most the residence next to St Nicholas Hotel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fuse to read hooks or papers that have be soil in front of Foxs stasia on Italic letters in them Satura7 April 18th at 10 oclock The Indians have again struck Clark 43 41 county This time they burned the Hodg The get of the famous race b kin barn in Poor Clark with l on hist year on the turf Indians wild land and i she t winners presents a hackand Ma tilie McCMhtl The man who observed that the large bel Glenn rivers generally happened to run ci trotting Ac large cities has now discovered that the i the country hafirms that do the largest amount of busi cured an option on the Wallace Trotting ness generally happen to have the largest tor until September 30th at a price advertisements in the papers Bn amid to be 300000 Snm D M Ball of Woodford has sold to The Woodford Sun published at Sena Hon Warren F Daniel Franklin N II tor Blackerburus home announces that a b c yearling by Judge Salisbury dam nator John J Ingalls of Kans ne 1500 also ehe yearling bv Sim expected to arrive in Versailles next Judge Salisbury dam by Hero ot Tborn- week on a visit to Senator Jo If this does not indicate the millennial dawn April Horse Show The April Horse where shall we look for a token of its Show will take place at Benj Grata Park May coining Lexington at il oclock a m on Mon- Â¬ I was preaching the other day in Pal- day April 13th County court day This estine Texas and asked the Methodist will lie the finest show of stallions to be He seen in America preacher how much they paid him 4L 41 I replied SlXH asked the Baptist The stallion Blue Grass by Pat Mal preacher how much they paid him and lov bred at Woodburn Farm Bpring I said that is all right he replied 1000 Station kv won the Queen s prize m you eaa ship one thirl cheaper by water 200 for horses owned in Cumberland Sam I than you can by Land Durham Northumberland at the bate Here is a copy of a letter dictated by a London Horse Show Lire 8htk Ri y ear old Richmond girl visiting in The hay colt Hart Wallace yer-old Dear Papa I slept BO much coining by Longfellow dam Stephanie by Pow here that I am tired Delia lookelin a was sold at auction on the Louglass at St liuis and cried -- she thought hatten March L4 to isville course it wasnt her She had so much smoke partnership between Tims Wallace and on her face and mama washed it off be L M Iaslev and was purchased by the fore she would cat breakfast Ill tell former at 3100 vou we are a long way from Foxtown K F Clay and Brent Arnold have to send me a pair of new Tell Dr teeth cause he pulled mine out and told been re elected directors of the fnrrmia me ten hundred stories about making Jockey Clnb The 30000 debt of the them liefore I left home I want them club has been funded into a ten years by Sunday Tell him I broke a joint off loan The added money to the purses another tooth and he wouldnt put it and stakes for the spring meeting amounts 1000 and for the fall meeting it will mad about that Vou all back and -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 --Â¬ Fifteen head of trotting- stock Trill with that of Parmesan King Tom and Melbourne same as Maori who ran a mile in 139 the fastest race record at the time of running Favonius sire el his dam won the Fnglish Derby and was a great favorite S H Stone Peavine Jr 4J miles o t on Jacks Creek pike at 15 to inauaWBy old Peavine 1st dam Bolivar 2nd aatnVJal appa Forest by Ned Forest 3rd dam by Crockett 4th dam by Traveller A beautiful mane and tail S k D M Pfc Black Joe 4 miles South of Speedwell byMatav at 10 Is a black brino Star by Mambrino Patchen out of Maggie May registered bv Mike Mc- thoroughbred and registered J OJ Â¬ Paris Ice Manufacturing and Cold Stings Goaaiy l22i - - isfCOLP STORAGE Ca PRINCIPAL OFFICE PARIS KY RICHMOND KY BRANCH OFFICE DEPOT J S Bran Mash Lick in M of n Paint - BLOUNTS GROCERY Dnaa Red WillIda Hatcher by Mambrino Hatch rino Patchen 2nd dam by High r rd dam by Canada land emor -- - and Chief tire of da r Mash by Wilkes 17411 dam Bourbon Chi Â¬ Littles Barber Shop Kennivfil bar- ber shop down street to th finer ly occupitd by Sanders cigar store secHe ond door from Herndons corner invites hi old patrons and the public gensire of dams of Pickanl 21HJ Alia C erally to call son of Mambrino Chief Oriaaae -- uriin 11 2nd dam by Berthune by Waxev of work done J L Kitinard sire of Grafton 222 Win II Hern Confederate Chiel So 123 star lard authi PennsylYania -- kf Bv Gen U33 and ter than 215 Wi four others better thasa 20 Virginia dam of Woodford Chief Henry Duncan Majolica - AT S40 TO INSURE A COLT Uaraeas Iluu H C CORRESPONDENCE COIIEOE HILL Im More rain more mud New drummer in town thi week Rev W J Doran is cond tracted services at Doylesville this a and will continue until the quarterly meeting in April Col T B Demaree has just returned from an extensive trip South where he has been engaged in the temperance work for some months The generous Capt G V donated to the Good Templars a lot 200 feet to erect a hail The officers and members tender him a vote of th The Debating Society here Our coming popular and int young Iriend Wm Combs so far has won the championship for the best speaker we the neu have old darkey wanted to know if the An 4 Worlds Fair would be held in Richmond As I could not give him the vear next desired information I referred him Perhaps he editor of the Thin Column can give him some light on the subject in fir PEAVINE JR S15 to Insure a Living Colt or mare PEAVINE 111 S D M PHELPS Â¬ Â¬ LIST LETTERS i Â¬ I I 2 5 I Â¬ BANK DIVIDEND jr mil i Â¬ Im- - VATICAN 11308 I three-year-o- ld ITctice to Bettors Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Brownmont 1905 x I by AraL3t 33 Â¬ Â¬ three-year-ol- fonr-year-o- i four-year-o-ld 6 - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S I 5 - 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 5- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mw 1 1 i MM m OLIVER PLOWS NEWS OF OTHER COUNTIES JESSAMINE KENTUCKY OwnnsDOHO STATE NEWS A NOVEL SUGGESTION Proposed Wilt FunW run over by wagon G L Knight elected Cashier of the First National Bank of Jessamine Dan Jones tried to shoot off a target He then tried to gun but it snapped snap it at his little brother but it went off and nearly killed him Died David Davis aged 76 George Easlev 78 Miss Alice R Smith 22 Nwton DaU fi Also in California Mrs Win Lewis nee Garrison a native of ne The erand jury adjourned after finding only twenty indictments Danvilles ice factory will be in operation by the 1st of May Bill Hansford the negro i hot by A W Smith in the latter meat house and who had shot at Smith has been caught and is in jail The Advocate suggests a triple reunion of the Mexican Confederate and Federal vtUrans on the field of Perry ville next rate the 29th anniversary of the battc ot that village Â¬ has a Society for the Pre- yention of Cruelty to Animals It waited a lonir time for the first oase and was defeated on its first appearance in court a few days ago A hob of thirty men attacked the Mt Sterling Jail the other morning n an effon to lynch the two Wiggintons father and son charged with poisoning Wm Ferguson and B C Watts on March 5 last The jailer had been apprised of their coming and with a guard showed fight The mob was repulsed A number of shots were fired but no one was killed Nkw Castle Henry county is stirred up oer the question of saloon license at at approaching town election Thkrk has been more timber floated down the Licking river this spring than In aiy previous season The barn of Ed Stevens in Ballard county burned a few days ago It con- Â¬ tained the tobacco from thirty acres The loss was and farm Implements 30000 with insurance at 20000 The Lexington Press says there are in Lexington several prominent mem- Â¬ bers of society who are believers in the Sehweinfurth religion and there is a branch in that city of the Church Â¬ Arrrfua for Thoosanta rsec Fall of J L COLEY CO A 1 RUFF HEW GROCERY Sere is an idea on the subject of which It is perhaps not without interest to learn the opinion of the public and which we recommend to American en Â¬ gineers at a time when work on the Chicago exhibition is about to begin Staple Fancy WiuTodulBn GROCERS Lalors Old Stand corner Main and B Streets Richmond Ky 111 Main St below First Staple ani FaacyGr WSsH W MS MM New Firm New Goods Fresh - Choke - Groceries Fig 1 Cage for lUeh Fall in Space and Well for Its Reception Details of the Series of Cones UTCIUKRJEIELE1 DKAIEK IN Qaeensware Tinware Glassware Hardware Woodenware A c c Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and LARK LINK Plated warp etc of Kpeeial attention given to CANNED GOODS Tobacco and Cigars We vi COUNTRY PRODC LINCOLN Triumphant Wls Jennings and John Howard two Harlan county murderers confined in Stanlord jti made friends but in a suh aeqwnt game ol cirds fell out and had a fight The monument ol the late Col A M that is being put up is an im indeed The shaft alone nvetvse one j 6 000 p unds and it was necesre a wagon shipped liom Cincinnati to convey it from the depot to Stanford Journal the cemetery Se - SHACKELFORD -- FOR SALE Woodenware lOY GENTRY OK The jury in the case of J H Stephens N lor ejection from a against the L jias njjer train gave the Plaintiff 350 Stephen purchased a round trip ticket to Middleshoro and returned the night it was out When he got to Corbin it w 1 alter I J oclock and the con luctor would not accept the ticket DEALERS IN ALL KINDS Hardware Tinware ELACXSMTHS House FDmslg Mi GARRARD AND WAGON BAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering RICHMOND KY Man Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds The American express service between Lancaster and Danville has been discontinued lark Cash who ki led Kd Young son in law of Cap K J White is on trial at Dallas Texas where the killing occurred Mr6 Died Mrs Sallie Calloway Poor and Wilford Sweeney Also Mis Brown formerly a cleik in Gen Â¬ Tb e contested election case in Chris- Â¬ tian county was decided recently by Judge Grace He reverses the decision of the lower court and holds that Pros ser republican was elected county clerk over Cowan democrat by one vote The case now goes to the court of appeals ht or ten years ago a peddler named James Wheeler was killed in Harlan County back of Pine mountain The cause of his disappearance re mained a mystery until recently when a woman named Anna Morris went be- Â¬ fore the grand jury now in session and made a statement implicating six or eight prominent men of what is called sjr neighborhood in the murder of Wheeler At Covington the Southern Land and Immigration Co has filed articles of incorporation Its capital stock is 8100 000 and its business will be to en courage immigration in the south Sfiklby county has a lightning calculator prodigy in the person of a boy who has never been taught arithmetic but can give the an- Mvr to problems in addition off hand C viMiTux will send a committee be- fore the state board of equalization to protest against an increase of its assess Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ seven-year-old W A POWELL FARLEY THE ONLY CORNER HOUSE CLOTHIER IN RICHMOND KER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF CORÂ¬ Lindrams revenue office Our C juiitv fudge was notified this week that the State Board of Equaliza tion had raised the alue of lands and al property in Garrard 3 per cent and the same 3 per cent on town lots Tliis means an increase ol joo to 1500 on the taxes of the people of our county ear lor the incoming Lancaster Rec- Â¬ ord MONTGOMERV KEEPS One of the oldest Kentucky keeps houses in week CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING Un sierwear Hatjs Gloves Valines Uinbellars Three of one family buried within a son mother and grandmother Near Plum Lick on Friday March 20th WCOCGHT IRON for black- I C T Derrickson who had apparently been in good health passed to the STOKES smiths great beyond WHEELS The exact cause of his but it is thought he death is unknown d cd from an overdose of morphine lie KIMS and oilier supplies for wis aged about nty seven years His r who sadly mourned his untimely Beet makes of death was taken ii on Tuesday follow- n makers and on Thursday morning passed to FARMING IMPLEMENTS Fine that bourne whence no traveler returns She was aiout sew nty ears ot age Her mother Mrs Margaret Johnson who lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION had been at deaths door lor sometime a quietly Iquarten for FIELD SEEDS and had been daygreat sifferer She was following awat the variety of Â¬ LINE of HARDWARE and Lest AlLK GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT ol uineti ix ears and was the widow ohn T Johnson who tone since en Cor Paris Rentuckian tered his reward FAVFTTE Gail And See My Scads Kraabroagh Brothers a tV your the house where and cigars assigned flock in Lexington wealthy fann- fathers grandfather a David Coleman an aged er i ii I t costs you nothing to look through am sure yon vill Jit their goods half century 4h birthdaj Hiram Dr G Chinn has celebrated his my choice stock and be pleased W L FAELEY Shaw elected manager of the Chautauqua Charles Scott assistant Conductor Edmund Wells lost an arm under a train and may die The Council has bought a piece of land for S50o from which to get rock for the streets W A POWELL USAOQITAIirTED WI73 1 MUCH VALUABLE IB Successor to John Farlev II cr THE A AM CARRIAGE NEW BUGGIES NEW PHZETONS The house at Hopedac Mass of Mrs Diaper late Miss Jessie Preston burned contents Sooo to icooo Frank Harper nephew of John Harper ted who owned Longtellow and other noted horses died in Lexington aged 70 years leaving a wile and two young children in destitute circumstances itted to have at one time 11 been worth 100000 CLARK C0UKT2Y WILL OBTAIN STUDT OF THIS MAP Or Charles Gibbens Ford is now postmaster at -- aufi The Masonic Lodge has been moved NEW CARRIAGES from Four Mile to Ford Rankin Station on the K C has been NEW SURRIES named Flanagan in honor of Judge James Flanagan NEW SULKIES The mother of Major I N Cardweil died in Breathitt county aged 91 years She had been 79 years a member of the My vehicles are all new ami of tlie Methodist church Her name was Wat very latent patterns Tliey are for sale kins and she had one nephew four times on the most reasonable lei tns If you in Congress from Tennessee and another want a vehicle role ami see me ami one time A son has been 22 3 ears Clerk you wont S home without one ot the Breathitt Court 5- JOHN DONELKON The case of the Chesapeake and Ohio and Rentucky Central railroads vs Florappealed from this 01 Appeals wrs last week reversed as to the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad and affirmed as to the Ren tucky Central It will be lemembered that this case grew out ot the terribe powder explosion which occurred at the The confectionery and restaurant firm depot at this place in August 183 in of S Dinelli 6l Co composed of S which Charles McMichael the husband and Joe Gitin Dinelli of Winchester Mrs Mc of the Appellee lost his life chigliani of Richmond doing business at Michael received a verdict against the the corner of Irvine and Second Stmts Chesapeake and Ohio raiiroad for the has this day dissolved b in Richmond mm of 7000 and against the Rentucky mutual consent S Dinelli withdrawing McMichaTel was a Central tor Ail accounts due the nim should be paid conductor on 5000 Chesapeake and Ohio the to Joe Giunchigliani and all accounts and the court decided that the negligence against the firm should be presented to causing the accident was not of such him for payment gross and wilful character as to permit March 5th 1891 the widow of the deceased to recover S DINELLI Winchester Sun JOE GILNCHIGLIANI 39 42 Col A W Hamilton has filed a suit in the Montgomery Circuit Court against t rand the Hon W M Beckner delegate to the Constitutional Convention from tins to recover the sum county The suit is the outcome of the memorable ad election held in this county in 72 Pills tlOO iSSq in which the mm of 100000 was by voted by the county to aid in the con nI11- struction of the Louisville Cincinnati and T Mr Hamilton alleges Virginia railroad in his petition that before the election he placed 20000 in the Citizens National Bank of this place and authorized the defendant to check upon it to the amount tie for of 5000 He also alleges that defendDiMaM of Ibi ant checked out the sum of 17965 all of which was unauthorized by him except to Or J T LEE 91 Woodbra Av Cincinnati the extent of 5000 and he claims that the defendant appropriated the balance of 2 965 to his own use which the sum v iz he seiks to recover in the action The suit will come up for trial at the next 01 tlie Montgomery Circuit Court which convents the first Monday in May v inchester Sun I HAVE MOVED MY ence McMichael county to the Court r v i THE CHICAGO - City to bock Island Dsvent LEA ROt rtnmtrton i town Minaeapoit St haul and intervening towna anDon cureci route in connection wtn lines rrom ei ijouie t mci Loiitville Nashville and Eastern ant Southern points cozVxirging Kanssw City It also constitutes To all points BOCK PICffJC BLWalY ejonsions East and West ol tbo branches and - rrsr M1 v j eCt- - jHip pot Tv tf J Fart North esand rorthv7v6 Irom nanJHS C at THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOJ 1 RsVu irroing and trrazing1 lnd5 in the It traverses vsvet areas of the rici t pf filar and oeoriomfcf Fvtem of worl trning tfci Kpevdle traneporttition flror a crac to and Hutc Palace Sleeping Cars to and from r m lUaOIl a MAGNIFICENT VESTISt Leading all c earn fron Denver Colorado tpngs and pii rung stations in Kansas and C venient stations wast of Ktinrisifi Clt at seasonable hours and at 11 THE ROCK ISLAND 13 TO To Itanium PikVs Peak the EXPRESS TRAJWt oool in summer warmed free from to the East pers rnd CHANGE to tut ring stops only at important m- roii- ioua msols i mar gSZ 03 -- ofuo5 - rORITE TOURIST LINE Gods ifort Cascadf Green MoucuJn rado hixtari LITHOSINH rvao in olorado Midland onion Paciuc Western Trail and meat JOHN I astian REMOVAL Blacksmith Shop DR G W EVANS G WEVANS JR m GW Evans ESTATE 11 Modern Mirarlcs A singer for m 11 mm KY - Son to my new building on Third Street RICHMOND Buy sell and exch Real Estate and general collection list your property at once foi where I have every facility for doing the if work more rapidly than ever before Will be pleased to see all my old pa trons and many new ones 3Remember I have moved to Third Street bet Iivine and North Sreets 11- S L MIDRIFF SsutUtUfe1unrSxvlsnmft4M aiti Jno Awsea Â¬ Â¬ Ill ntmtmt SaaSiM and give attention to tie KW and Marl 70a Caa work a asara ttaM ti all of its details ra Fallitra nkwn lata Ikaaa fr rl uy catalouge UUsUlett ale Cw llox alSe IaarUauai Maalae jro r t Jfm ty a aaaBBa n hoM wfcMHH vett HWI Mr I r rk bud Hv irh And the doctcrsull saiil she must rest But she took G M D For her weak lungs you see ing with the best And now she gave out on a run An athlete And he feared his career was quite done G M D pray obterve Gave back his lost nerve And now he can lilt half a ton A writer who wrote for a prize Had hcauiaches and pain in the eyss G M 1 was the spell That made him quite well And glory before him now lies These are onlv ezanplet of the daily triumphs of Dr Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery in restoring health and reviving Sold by all druggists wasted vitality breath rd cn would permit of realizing Every one knows the peculiar sensa- Â¬ and DOWN WEIGHT tion that one feels in falling vertically from a certain height in riding down a very steep hill in a sleigh and es- Â¬ pecially in descending in an elevator car that is set rapidly in motion A rapid vertical fall is a source of physio- Â¬ bought and sold at Market Prices logical disturbances that are very keen- Â¬ ly felt by many persons If such a fall assumes an exceptional character of L COLEY CO magnitude it will give rise to a mixture of desire and fear of exposing ones 6elf to it that will constitute a new source of perturbations These latter are of the same kind as those that a person experiences in rustic swings toÂ¬ the boggan slides sight of abysses etc Such is the field to be exploited A tower several hundred meters In height and a closed cage constitute the THE NEW GROCERY FIRM plant The maneuver is simple The passengers enter the cage which is afterward allowed to drop freely -from the top of the tower At the end of 100 meters fall the velocity acquired ment is 45 meters per second at the end of STAPLE AND FANCY- Woodford countys increase in popu-Â¬ 200 meters it is 95 meters and at the in- Â¬ lation since 1880 is Graves has end of 300 meters it is 77 meters Now creased 4D6 the fastest trains make scarcely 80 me- Qneensware Two colored men were found dead by ters per second and descents into mine Groceries the side of the railroad track near Rock shafts never exceed 15 meters per sec Â¬ field a few days since The cause of ond their death is a mystery Qlasswus Woodenware In order to render this maneuver Hog cholera has attacked the Met- practical it suffices to receive the pas Â¬ calfe county porkers sengers safe and sound at the end of the Casey county supports its paupers at trip and to have it possible to rapidly LARGE ASSORTMENT OF a cost ranging from S40 to 60 each per raise the cage again As regards the annum The contract is let to the low- first condition that may be realized est bidder without accident by giving the car the Puke Hawkins a young farmer liv Â¬ form of a shell with a very long taper- ing near Hillsboro Woodford county while fishing in his pond captured a Now is the time of vear for you live alligator over three feet in length to purchase How the reptile came there is a mystery Haisvky Coilivfr of Bath county was driven insane by an attack of la grippe and has Teen placed in the Clover Timothy and all other Field asyium at Lexington Seeds at lowest cisli prices Capt James R Howard the new post master at Lexington took charge of the office a few days ago Thk committee on location of capitol Will Buy ill Country Produce abR9KTkl5flDl of t he Rentucky e onstitutional conven- Â¬ tion has reported in favor of Frankfort At the Highest Market Price A tkifiIionj line will probably be constructed from Glasgow to Burks-vill- the county seat of Cumberland greatly to the advantage of the latter and place which is without quick means of communication Tuk Kussellville Herald is responsible HIQGIN5 for the information that the girls of no 3 rUTERNAI VIKW OF THK CAGK Adcirville have organized a base ball club ing point and by receiving it in a well Out of a twenty five cent school tax full of water of sufficient depth the Paducah school board has not only Mr Charles Carron an engineer at paid all current expenses during the Grenoble has analytically studied the ur years but has expended 14- - conditions In which the punctuation of CHICKEN 000 in erecting new school buildings the water by such a shell would be Paducaii has an ordinance prohibit effected and the reactions that the pasCholera Cure itrr shanty boats from lying along the sengers would have to support The citys river front and is enforcing it conclusions of this study show that For hth c ass postmasters were ap-Â¬ there is nothing either theoretically or pointed in Rentucky the other day as practically opposed to its construction to its operation in falls follows J G Wells Boons Camp and The accom Â¬ Johnson county J Dinwiddie Colrass reaching 800 meters Spencer county Ned Stone Cordova panying figures give the general Grant county C H Lane Garretts aspect of such a shell capable of ac- Â¬ commodating 15 passengers falling from ville Meade county L R Saunders The principal a height of 800 meters Laytonsville Christian county IIardii a family at Williamstown dimensions of the installation would beÂ¬ Grant county is without its case of as follows Internal diameter of chamber 3 meters height 4 meters height VcNToiKiY county fanners have of mattress 05 meter height of cone provided with a series of Internal joined the iScg crusade and are spread strychnine liberally for the sheep cones set one into the other in order to killers S m thi y like 100 sheep were prevent the air from being compressed s hilled by that county in the last in the chamber at the moment of im- Â¬ mersion 10 meters total weight 11 week tons displacement of the shell entirely Thousands of dollars worth of A SLIGHT C11AXGE submerged 30 tons depth of the well chickens die every year from Cholwhich is in the form of a champagne era It is more fatal to chickens than glass with hollow foot a form whose SIT Ja profile has been determined in such a all other diseases combined But the rm4ZmX- - W way as to prevent the swell produced discovery of a remedy that positively by the immersion of the shell from ex- Â¬ cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a tending beyond the limits of the well trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for 55 meters diameter at the upper part 50 meters diameter from the depth of one hundred chickens It is guarSS meters to the bottom 5 meters The anteed If after using two thirds of passengers would be securely seated In a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly armchairs that exactly followed the satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken contours of their body This mode of high speed carriage for Cholera return it to the undersigned returning from an ascension of 300 and your monev will be refunded FOR SALE BY meters would not fail through its originality to please a host of amateurs with a new form of excitement It ap pears therefore to possess the where- Â¬ withal to tempt a bold builder A Herges in La Nature Irate Father Now come right along PROGRESS IN SCIENCE with me Ill allow no miserable book Â¬ worm of a school teacher to thrash s A commission has been appointed In boy of mine Ill teach him a lesson he England to inquire into the effect of FARMERS having Wheat should not wont forget for many days coal dust in originating or extending ex- Â¬ fsil to visit us now We have a Sixty plosions in coal mines Full Roller Mill in operation and A very artistic effect has been ob- Â¬ Barrel are turning out tained by india rubber panels or ven Â¬ eers which are very beautiful In color Cant lie Equalled and admit of easy cleaning with soap Finn and water There is said to be a large field for By any other Mill in this country Merthe growth and manufacture of tobacco chants ahould patronize home institutions in Victoria but so far the efforts made when they can do as well You will find in this direction have met only with in- Â¬ nur flour at all first class groceries Ask different success owing to the defects for arising from want of knowledge in the Potts Dnersons Gold Dust drying and treatment of the leaf after it Or PURITAN it cant be beat IP ii SB has been cut Custom grinding daily We want your It has been concluded that whatever preservative is to be applied the timber wheat and corn at market prices Yours respectfully for piles subjected to the action of sea worias should first bo charred so as to DUERSON POTTS kill any g erms near the surface open 40- pores of the wood for the antiseptic the Father Did yon liak this boy of mine and destroy tie nutritive matter upon which the worm lives whili beginning this morning Teacher with angelic smile I did its action aa ial sir Wan Leveling Blites Father Well I just came down to The new rifle with which the German Mr P J ONeill who has been rork-injj say Im much obliged to you You see army and ivivy have been armed during for Mr S L Midkiff the pa t season I have an affection of the spine which the last few months is a terror in the is now in business with Mr James Allman has weakened m so that I am unable way of small weapons The gun has a and they are prepared to do all kinds of to give him the necessary chastisement bore of 81 inch and throws a projectile work such as is done in a first class shop when he needs it Good day Judge Mr of lead coated with nickel steel weigh Â¬ on the shortest possible notice ing 145 r nns or about half an ounce ONeill is a first class workman anl makes Didnt tsc One There Mr The cartridge used weighs nearly an a specialty of MORSE SHOEING S L Midkiff says Tramp Dont call me lazy madam I ounce aud is 825 inches in length ONeill is the best The horse shoer he everthat They are also saw assure you I take great pleasure in magazine of the rifle carries five cartprepared to do all kinds ol CARRIAGE usin the pick ridges The speed of the bullet on V WAGON BLACKSMITHING wood- Â¬ Lady Well theres one In the barn leaving the muzzle of the yon can use to clear the ice from that 2100 feet per second and gun Is about work general farm work Sic We have the limit of not got a three story shop but we have path its effective range is a little under two ample room to accommodate our custo- Â¬ Tramp It isnt the right kind lady miles Brick walls of small thickness mers Give us a call Shop on Main Lady Why what kind of a pick do are not absolute proof against this St adjoining C T Foxs Livery Stable yon mean ALLMAN ONEILL gun as several 3V47 Tramp A tcoth pick Boston Iler spot will make shots striking the same a breach purchased by the new firm Will DAMQNIS be sold at exceedingly reasonable PETTING It concerns a class of matter in which the habitual readers of La Nature are prices all particularly competent to fix an opinAND OTHEIt PRECIOUS tSTON FS ion It is a question of a fact that the great towers that are now in vogue FULL MEASURE Â¬ REPAIRING maimer IroniiHy done ami in a workmanlike Country Produce J your Eg es Silver J Cash Paid for Old Gold and to the Pom nfflee 30- buy your Gf Dont forget the plsce next door Hielinoiul Ky 3 WCTODD BR0 merry-go-roun- rlH MIT IM IT 1U BaaV - ofl Nl3o0 200 LAAlFa M DC EC L VI Ifll Ell I Sanitary Piu am J UCL3 1 m jr 2 - okt- - ri 75 gBnve -- a n75 DEALER IN ALL KI -- CHiiHDELIERS and other special ties for Gentlemeu Lad tea etc are war ranted and W L UOltiLASlirocktou Mafc Sold by stamped on GLOBES Â¬ W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOEt Â¬ CANNED GOODS JACK FREEMAN GAS FIXTUR IBATHTUES HYDRANTS Â¬ PowersHagan druggists Corner Main and Pint Streets RICHMOND KENTUCKY FIELD SEEDS And all kin Plumbing done in ern tin- 1 SANITARY STYLE All COME SEE US sThSRNDCN PRESCRIPTIONS carefully com pounded day and night by experienced physi cian and pharmacist the rules of the pany is Pipes p it in AUTEH w s u G0RMLEY -- Medicines Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS c HAS THK- - FINEST LINE OF Saddlery -- AND 111 POWERS HAGAN cA v r2 Â¬ vvmci WEKEEP AND Â¬ II u 1 Mb RICHMOND ks HAS 0 ft Co EVER HAD Â¬ Brooks Middelton WHEAT nl HARDWARE Foir Sale Our Goods are of excellent quality and our PRICES REASONABLE FLOUB W C Gormlev C T WELLS Repairing ofTinwre at LowRues Tilt IkOiljyiaril Tin -- A SPICIMTY OF- Â¬ Bridgefortli Cooking and Heating Stoves Only a square from the Court I You dont have to send away out to the depot Coal tJ 1 Selimed t3 7 Part f Tom CLAUDE SMITH 7- - CO Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lump Coal NOTICE MimrnM Quickest Delivery in City - IIUIEL LOWEST PRICES Seventh and Market Streets Louisville - Kentucky 2nd Will Open Monday March Next to 2d Presbyterian Church Â¬ alL The Same In tKe End Cora Itobher Tires for Wheels Althorgh its a little farther I deal at the other news stand Ill always patronize a woman as matter of principle Merritt It seems a shame my dear but I must tell you that the woman la tie wife of the man who j thin purpose ataiuL Munseys Weekly Rubber tires are now proposed for carriage wheels They are said to wear well u id render the progress of a ve hicle almost noiseless Forty thousand London vehicles are thus equipped Recent American Inventions have Steal Thrasher power 2- for Sale Having sold out our entire interest in the hotel on Jefferson street we have removed to our old stand that we occupied for years so mccesfully at Seventh and Market streets are now flitting it up in elegant shape new throughout and the outfit in every way will be elegant incud Passenger and ing one of Ha baggage Elevators with all the late improvements We want all of our old friends to come We p and see us in our old home you that our Rooms Table and Service shall be second to none in the land My wite Mrs Jo B Alexander wants to be remembered to all her lady friends and she will be gad to see them and give thein a heart v reception Â¬ FOR SALE SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 Orchard Street new 10 foot avlley rooms ANNE COTTAGE QUEEN alley llallie Ii ets and O to I c elegant lota a Thkei TH tUU DING LOTS art i- feet - whole on iTS tion First class Thrasher with 12 horse and 36- - inch traction Engine Separator Terms easv In cood repair JOHN GRADY Kirksville Kj Fare JO 36 2 B Per JOay on V 50x160 feet Pow eat ALEXANDER Manacbk lor Fo