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while the local fire brigade was engaged in ex Â¬ tinguishing a fire Mitchell Duffy from Edwardsville forced hit way in side the lines Upon refusing to get out the firemen turned the hose on A him number of Edwardsville men who were watching tte fire be- Â¬ came angry at this and jumping over the ropes attacked the firemen fiercely The latter stoutly defended themselves and in a short time no less than twenty five men were engaged in i d encounter Stones clubs wrenches and everything that could be used as a weapon were wielded The firemen were soon outnumbered and were on the point of beating a re- Â¬ treat when the police appeared and engaged at once with the rioters Meantime reinforcements arrived from Edwardsville and the battle became general The business men along Main street seeing the police beaten back by the Edwards- Â¬ ville people took a hand in the affray The fight was long and bloody and when at the end of an hour the Ed Â¬ wardsville forces were put to flight there were no less than twenty men badly injured on each side Broken heads noses and limbs kept the doctors of both towns busy for hours and it is feared that two or three may die from their injuries Duffy was arrested and is now in jtiL Â¬ hand-to-han- XllillOND Will practice in all Uie tourts Office 42- n t t reel same Ornerlons A C M aol r 7 7 7 - J DWELL TTORXEY A A T LA W Richmond Office on Second Street Kextlxky 38 9 33 9 55 10 03 10 10 10 45 10 57 11 04 11 9 9 9 9 9 00 03 so ii 7 7 8 8 8 8 m 40 41 48 53 57 01 7 22 27 35 Lv Versailles Ar Versailles Junction r m 6 10 608 55 5 47 5 40 5 35 5 15 5 5 7 Hurterton Sunol Garrett Pinkard Kccne 2a J A A SILLIVAN TTORXE I 106 A TLA - it W Richmond Office Kentucky 16- Mnin Sti eel uji stairs - 19 30 38 57 12 17 13 30 11 1 I 11 8 8 8 8 9 845 49 52 57 59 11 Shanklin Kicholasville Perry I lealton 7 5 7 10 7 OS 7 01 7 46 7 39 6 34 5 00 3 4 20 13 1 65 6 4 6 10 6 07 6 02 6 00 5 53 5 9 5 3 5 5 5 4 50 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 Logana Marble Creek Spears Valley Vitv Haydens Million Ar a vi ma 00 53 35 9 9 9 M r 36 4 5o m Newland Richmond Lv r 00 m QROOKE A COBB YTORXEYSA TLA Kentucky Fintt Street Richmond Office Willis Howard the notorious Ken tucky outlaw who gained a national reputation throutrh his connection with y the famous feud in Kentucky and who is credited with having killed at least twenty one men was removed secretly from the St Louis jail Friday night where he had been placed some two months ago for safeÂ¬ keeping when released from the peni tentiary at San Quentin Cal He was taken to the county seat of Maries county by the sheriff and six deputies all heavily armed to answer a charge of murder and it is said he was impa- cated in the killirjr of a deal mute named Meller in that county iti 1889 to conceal a robbery It b said friends had arranged for Howard rescue when the transfer was made Hearing of this the jailer at the Four Courts an- nounced that Howard would nut be started for Maries until Saturday morn ing and then dipped his prisoner off on the night train ironed and chained to a seat Six desperate look injr men wear-ing slouch hats boarded the train at the same time and it is feared an at- tempt will yet be made to rescue him from the officers Howard-Turner-BaileÂ¬ Â¬ Which Explodes With a Noise Heard foe Miles Around One of the most distressing accidents In the history of the Washington Pa oil field occurred about six miles west of Washington on the national pike at 8 oclock Sunday afternixm Three small boys of Thomas Munce a well known citizen of Franklin township were playing along the pike and found a partly empty glycerine can in a fence corner near their The boys net in- 1 the gerto can up in the road and began throwing stones at it One rock struck the can and a terrible explosion followed which could be heard for miles Two of the boys were blown to atoms The third was badly bruised and will likely Â¬ 1 DqJ viry Baking THE U Four I A WORD TO ALL Our stock is complete in all the very latest Novelties to be seen in the Eastern Cities A large antl ABSOLUTELY PURE WAS NEVER INSANE Handsome Line of Dress Goods Ifave i Anri tim of a tlio Vic Vile Plot Concocted by Her Sister Who Had her Incarcerated in an Asylum Through Feelings of Jealousy New Yopk April 10 The New York Herald publishes a startling story relative to the incarceration of Miss Anna Â¬ Keen ables BVI r d Tog tlier Uiih All Valu Â¬ die A GREAT SCHEME in HKNTAL bUKGKRY J dne W CREED 1 D S Vfcv5nPAWS iW7i ymwM Tnr iTtr 2cb NOT A MONKEY And Does Not Appreciate SSasaSj So Tor treycil King lluuibert and ills Suujecta Hot Again The United States to Build a South American Railway A Tarty of Govern Â¬ ment Engineer Sail from New York to Mike a Survey for a Line 3000 Miles in Length Connecting North America with the Southern Continent NaT 7 KIRKS VILLE KSXTUCKY flli e hi ixTldlnniK Klnnell resllnee Everything 47- lo tue prolexKioti SHORTEST AND QJICKEST BETWEEN i A WILKES SMITH D E H TA L S URGE OX Kentucky Richmond Jnui Office Smith RniMliiKl alii Street tin to Vitn M law to 400 I al rraellce limited in deutmtry Office S- Cincinnati and Frankfort - Only direct line between G - rraaifort Trains eorgctova ITc VIA KY Paris as1 MIDLAND J D D S RICBMOXD KENTUCKY C MORGAN Main Street over Madison National B- - Eiclxmoni Ocmilsus Transfer ASK FOK TICKKTS Bank office run by Central Standard Time Time Table December 15 1S90 No 5 5 1 TELBY W BUR3IX TRAINS EAST DBXTIST Richmond Hiaw - Pass 45 58 No 3 Pass 3 00 3 12 3 o 3 34 4 05 4 4 3 5 37 No 12 12 1 Mined N 7 W A Kentucky 4o- office Over corner Powell tlolhliiK Main and First Street MH - Frankfort Elkhorn Switzer Stamping Ground Georgetown Newtown CentreviUc Pari via K C Winchester Ar 6 07 6 33 6 55 7 7 7 11 35 43 07 2 05 5 3 25 2 4s 3 PIIYMCIANK W 4i 27 6 15 EVANS M D - Richmond A M piiysiciax axd surge ox Richmond Office K r M A Si Kentuck Ar Lv TRAINS WEST Lv Richmond via K No 2 No 4JN0 8 No 12 Pass Pass Mn Mix Second Street T J TAYLOR i - Winchester Pans C 6 10 7 15 7 48 8 30 1 05 12 30 Practitioner RkHMONI ifflee Second Medic - ire and Surgery KUNTUCKY Hlrrelover Dykes Grocery 3- Centreville Newtown Georgetown Stamping Ground Swiuer Klkhorn Ar Frankfort fans 9 03 9 54 10 19 10 36 10 44 10 CO 850 1 58 3 33 6 00 6 25 6 38 3 40 4 50 4 50 5 7 06 3 5 35 6 50 7 9 7 55 8 15 8 45 7 7 47 7 55 8 10 LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGBOtt R S M Richmond oil - - - Kentucky 28- - Vernon Clark Gen Pass Ayt General Office Frankfort Trains dailv except Sundav GEO B HARPER Gen Supt Kv m ding Main street JBC Homeop Richmond BOLTON tthic Physician and Surgeon Kkniucky hi women and all diffl- -1iitieiit rented at a dlslliiiicnpalliic nedicliiet sent u 4t QUEEN er D M Hritfh s Hours S3fl t m to 400 p in Special attention CRESCENT ROUTE Pcpilar Southern Snort Line Via Louisville - or - Cincinnati Bet All Northern and Southern Points It JOHN M FOSTER 7e 3- Table in Effect March 1st 1891 RICHMOND KEXTL CAT i LAST AND SOITM BOUND IONS L Louisville Ar leflers mown Mail El S Mrifl lie h ecu Second np suli residence at our reek Avenue heli yville Daily Daily CLARENCE VAUGHT RICHMOND KEXTUCKY Office Same as Ir Fosters- - JIT Main airs R W 4 10 Lawrenceburg Harrodkburg St BttrgiB 503pm Sua in 5 55pm 905am 7o5Pm 10 20 a ni 8 8 9 p m 7 20 a m Daaville Junction Ciiy Lv Lawrenceburg Versailles Midway Georgetown Lv Versailles - 23 p m m 0b 7 p 11 11 11 11 95I 705 p m 7 7 55 P m 12 25 43 52 a m a m a m am BRIGHT ML D PHTSICIAN AXIi SURGEOX Kkntucki Richmond Offlcc In Suilili Buildin on Main Street Biascta attenliou lven to MSIiromaplnal and Ex Sun 10 25 11 11 12 35pm 830pm 7 00 i m 35 20 am am p m Ar Lexington 615pm 7 35 P 8 35 pm 9 Sfp 34 P 1052 11 Duly am 30 m exallliuallonsof of the human body itl tissues and fluid 3- - A i a i lTz m d pit rsiciA X A XI S l RGEOX Richmond building Office Z3i Lv Versailles Ar Nk liolaiville Ex Sun Ex Sun Richmond 030am 1030 am NORTH AND WEST BOUND STATIONS Kentucky W Main NT Ex No 4 Ex No 1 Mai Ex Daily Daily 5 up stairs Street Keveiilir 18- - Lv iU JAi BLACK 25- - Richmond Nicnolaville Ar Versatile Lv Lexington Ar Versailles Sun Ex Sun 30 30 u 1 pm Daily a m 625am 7 27 15 a n a m PIUSICAX AXL SURGEON Red Mouse Kentitcky a 55 ilTjenningsTm d PHYS1C1AX AXD SURGE OX Richmond Bank OITlee Midway Versailles Ar Lawrenceburg Junction City Danville Burgin Harrodshurg Lawrenceburg Shelbyville effersontown Lv Georgetown Ex Sun i 30pm a 90 p m 4 3WPi Pi 650am 730am 630am 7 02 a m 330pm 730am oopm 7 57 Daily Daily 5 Kentucky next U Second National 27- 3 03 pm tip stain - 1U H R GlBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGBON Kentucky Second Street op 2fi Richmond Offloe stair 27- - ouiville lpant Day Toah Pullman Palace airs ShorteM c All MMlrrii Improvement Bext Quickest and For nil travel Information cull on ny or lulvtll fcmtliern V Queen ami receiit Afentor DUtricl Paaa U WOODWKuL Ky AgL Iyuisvlllet Ar O P 2 50 p m 303 pm 4 05 pm 5 I5P 6 08 p m 113pm mm m 30a 600am 7 57 6 50 a m 905am 956am 700pm 1005 am 1R Office J M TOYNTZ AT ACinciiiliaVll D G EDWARUH O Richmond PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON Kentucky at Residence on Thitd Street I-- I H B H AS HOOKER 5 I B TERIXA R Y 8 URGE OX GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Dentistry md Sterility s eciaily OFFICE Neit door lo Climax office Oil 46- lliifhiii huildliiK Rnlniiud Kl Veterinary H - IB zn c TO PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN LimostoneStroet a S 10 a 0 o ff M Ftoprietor Opju C n 3 75 Friday nights advices from Italy rep- Â¬ resent the Kudini cabinet as deeply hurt by American comment on tho Italian difficulty and that there is con- sequently a revulsion of feeling in favor of aggressive mi asures It is said that King Humbert has received from the editor of an Italian news Â¬ paper in America a package of Amer- Â¬ ican newspapers containing pictures ridiculing his majesty and belittling Great Cotton Fire the power and dignity of Italy The cotton sheds of Hill Fontaine A picture in particular representing One the Co at Front and Commerce streets king as a monkey gave great offense Memphis Tenn caught fii e it is Italian blood is again boiling Â¬ thought from the spark of a passing thing startling is anticipatedand some within a locomotive about 11 oclock Thursday few days night At 12 a m the fire was still burning fiercely with prospects of the America and Spain The London Times correspondent at entire destruction of the sheds in which are stored between eight and ten tl ou Madrid says complete reserve is main- Â¬ r and bales of cotton The lose will be tained in regard to the treaty with nearly 235000 Insurance not known America but it is believed that America irrants the broadest concession in regard to sugar and other Cuban pro- Woman Police Judge In Kansas Two Kansas towns elected woman ducts excepting tobacco which for tho police judges Mrs Mary T Burton present is outside of the negotiations formerly editor of the Kansan and at Any further treatings necessary will present postmistress was elected at be made directly with the Washington It is believed thatlii Jamestown and Mrs Jessie McCormlck government at Burr Oak Both are strong prohibi- Â¬ Foster made advances for a Spanish tionists Mrs Burton is the widow of treaty a prominent politician who died from Tht Canadians Satisfied the effects of strong drink She is espeFriday morning Sir John Thompson cially bitter against the traffic of and Hon George E Foster reached liquors Ottawa Ont from Washington Their first utterances were complimentary of Killed In Their Sleep Three tramps went to sleep under a both President Harrison and Secretary side tracked freight car near Pitts- Â¬ Blaine Both are confident the Ameradministration will meet Canada burgh Pa Wednesday night Some lean way time early next morning an engine half the in the prospective negotiations settlement of the trade and Atpulled the car out killing John Mooney for and an unknown man and catting off lantic fishery questions both feet of John Kerine The last Italy Getting Impatient named says he lives at 3218 Market It is reported in Home that if the TJ S government does not answer tho street Philadelphia Marquis Imperiallis note by Saturday The Kadosh Kite Performed Mr Porter the American minister The body of Gen Albert Pike the there will be ordered to leave Italy eminent Mason was removed from the and the whole Italian legation in Wash ington will be recalled and the Italian Scottish Bite cathedral Wtshington Thursday night to the Congregational interests left in charge of the British church where at midnight the solemn minister and impressive ceremonies of the Ka Â¬ The Escaped Italian Immigrants dosh Rite was performed The funeral Col Weber superintendent of emi- Â¬ took place Friday gration at New York received instruc- Â¬ tions Friday from Washington to begin Save Nicely Left a Confession actions at once against the steamers A confession of Dave Ncely was Burgundia and Iniziativa for allowing made public at Somerset Pa Thurs- Â¬ the Italian emigrants who were placed day in which he says he wiis present on board to be returned to their nativo when Herman Fmbcrger was murdered land to escape from said vessel While he does not say so it is thought Decision Worth a Half Million that Dave intended to convey the idea In the V i that Joe committed the murder Both n in Mont aii died protesting innocence the case of the Northern Pacific railOur Treaty With Brazil road vs W S Cannon et aL involving The North German Gazette referring title to lands valued at over half a to the UnitedStates commercial treaty million within the city limits of Helena with Brazil says the German exporters The decision virtually determines tho will probably lose a great portion of case in Cannons favor the South American market md this is FoUoned by Cream Puffa a reason the Gazette adds for the con- Â¬ oc- Â¬ An treaty as curredepidemic of poisoning eases clusion of the Austro German in Chattanooga Tenn Sunday paving a way for new trade outlets fourteen victims having so far been re- Â¬ ported although none are likely to Intruders Ordered Out prove fatal The cause is found to lie Secretary Noble has ordered all in-Â¬ in cream puffs bought from a confec- Â¬ truders out of the Sac and Fox Chey- tioner The poison is thought to be enne and Arapahoe and Iowa and lot arsenic which in some unexplained tawattomie Indian reservat ons and way became mixed with the ingredients has instructed the soldiers to clear t ho of the shells of the puffs So far noth- Â¬ entire country in order to give every Â¬ ing positive is known but an investiga- Â¬ body a fair chance when the lands oro tion is being made thrown open for settlement Emperor Williams Novel Ideas Used Gasoline for Kindling Emperor William in a speech at ths Sadie Nye aged fourteen daughter of Marine academy at Kiel said that the H P Nye was fatally burned Wednesnavy would have to assume the chief day morning at Goshen Ind while offensive role in the next war and must kindling the kitchen fire with gasoline- - endeavor to annihilate the enemy by a grand coup The duties of the navy Killed Her Children and Herself would resemble those of cavalry on Mrs Andrew Doll of Herman Neb shore The next German military Â¬ who had been discharged from an asy maneuvers he said would be conducted lum as curd killed her twoyoung chil- Â¬ on the strategic principles of the En- Â¬ dren and then committed suicide glish system which alone resembles warfare Kin War Barrel Fonr Uvea Lost In a Fire Nine more Italian immigrant were Fire in Chicago Sunday night caused Thursday barred from landing at New York as danger from contagions dis Â¬ a loss approximating a million dollars and four lives The furniture establish- Â¬ ease was apprehended ment of John M Smy the Kohl M id Work for Canadian emitter dletons museum and several buildings The Canadian cruisers wtl go into adjoining and opposite burned The service about the 1st of May to protect firemen kept to their posts between the two opposite blazes A policeman saved the Canadian fisheries many lives by heroically holding fright Bush of Imuilxratiom Thursdays registration of immigrants ened people in check with a revolver at the barge office landing station New County Funds Taken York has been the largest since last The iron vault in the county clerks of- Â¬ uminer There were 4332 steerage fice at Benton Saline county Kan passengers from six steamships regis-Â¬ was broken into by a masked man and tered The steamships Caslimerc and a large amonnt of funds taken No Itirmania arrived Wednesday with 2 17 clew except a mask found near tho Italians too late to be landed courthouse Driven to Suicide By the Grip Crushed By a Falling Wall Benjamin Horton a retire dry goods A portion of the foundation wall of merchant of Brooklyn put im end to the new building on the northwest cor- Â¬ his life by blowing his bruins out in ner of Fifth and Race streets Cincinbed at his residence No 07 St James nati fell Saturday afternoon and Paul place The deceased had been suffer Glenn and Wm Gibson were crushed to ing from grip death Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ York April 10 The first material outcome of the pan American congress to bring about a commercial amalgamation of the United States and the republics of South and Central America will have a practical demonstration at noon to day when the steamship Newport of the Pacific mail steamship line sails for South America carrying as passengers two corps of eminent engineers thor- Â¬ oughly equipped to make a survey for a railway system 3000 miles in length and extending nearly the entire length of South America The party will be absent for about two years Each member of it has signed a contract agreeing to continue in the performance of his duties for not less than one year The salaries of the engineers wiU be paid by the United States gov ernment The project which they have in charge furnishes the first instance of this republic in its official capacity goirg outside its boundaries to engage in the construction of a Upon public work its success largely depends the future of Mr es scheme to bring about a closer union of the United States and its southern neighbors The pro- railroad or system of railroads involves in its construction the surmounting of natural obstacles which have hitherto been considered unconquerable If American energy solves the problem the work of the engineers will stand forever as one of the great- Â¬ est monuments to engineering skill which the world has known In May last President Harrison sent to congress a message recommending a survey of a route for an interconti- Â¬ nental line of railroad to connect the 6y stems of North America with those of the southern continent to be con- Â¬ ducted under the direction of a board of commissioners representing the several American republics The steamship Newport will carry the surveying party to Panama where they will take a steamship to Guayaquil the principal seajort town in Ecuador and thence they will journey over the Andes mountains to the capital city of Quito At a point near there work will be begun One corps will travel southward through Ecuador Peru Bolivia Chili and thence into the Argentine republic where connections can be made with the numerous existing rail- Â¬ road lines leading into the capital city of Buenos Ayres Another corps will more northward thn ad Colum I can bia to the Isthmus of Panama Each her party iil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dickinson the famous lecturer in an The Herald says insane asylum that Miss Dickinson came to New York Thursday with Dr Frederick N Y W Seward of Goshen at whose house she has been since she es- Â¬ caped from Danville April 2 They came for the purpose of apprising Miss Dickinsons friends in New York of the wrong she said she had suffered and to secure legal advice as to the steps neces- Â¬ sary to insure her freedom if she should return to Pennsylvania Miss Dickinson lays the blame for her incarceration upon her sister whom she accuses of harboring an intense feeling of jealousy and hatred She also ac Â¬ Dr cuses her sisters physician in the plot of being Hileman against her Miss Dickinson says that on the day on which she was removed to an asylum the door of her room was broken in and six men and a woman rushed in and overpowered her One of the men she says was Dr Hileman and the woman she understands was the doctors aunt They announced their intention of taking her to Danville where they said she would be better off Miss Dickinson struggled until the skin was torn from her wrists and her garments were ripped from her in rags and tatters Finally she says her persecutors got her hands down and tied them together and she was com- Â¬ pelled to submit Dr Seward it appears became in- Â¬ formed of the facte of the case as al- Â¬ leged by Miss Dickinson and obtained the release of Miss Dickinson under pretense that he intended to take her to a private asylum where she would be more bene- Â¬ fitted Dr Seward expressed himself as entirely confident of the sanity of Miss Dickinson The Herald re- Â¬ porter who interviewed Miss Dickinson says that her manner was calm and rational and that she at no time be- Â¬ trayed the least evidence of insanity Miss Dickinson will prosecute her sister she says for the mental and physical suffering she has undergone Miss Dickinson says the Danville asy- Â¬ lum is a horrible place She was among the least dangerous pasays but she when tients she looks back on the dreadful things she wonders she did not go in- Â¬ sane indeed On April 2 Dr Seward went to the asylum and Miss Dickinson was placed in his charge Louisa Mc- Â¬ Donald an old family servant of the Dickinsons accompanied her mistress and the doctor she having gone to the asylum with Dr Seward Miss Dick Â¬ inson has since been at Dr Sewards house at Goshen Dr Seward was reticent of his part in the affair His only interest had been to secure justice to a woman who had been shut up in an asylum without a shadow of right Said he Â¬ Â¬ It was announced Sunday that up to date there had been recovered the txxl ies of 4M of the passengers of the llrit iah steamer Utopia which on March 17 while on a voyage from Italian ports for New Y rk with 700 Italian emigrants on board ran into tho bow of the British ironclad Rod Â¬ ney lying at anchor in Gibraltar bay and sank soon afterward There are still sixity four victims of the disaster to be accounted for All the valuables and property recovered from the wreck antl the dead bodies have been handed over to the Italian consul who publicly expressed his governments deepest gratitude for the assistance rendered by those on lxard the FngKsh war ship anchored near the scene of the accident to the drowning paengers and for the bravery which they display Â¬ ed in their noble work of rescue Boy both in Patterns and in the Piece our stock of Also WASH DRESS GOODS is complete with all 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 pric Monkey With Giant Powder Sunday afternoon three boys return- Â¬ ing from Sunday school stole a can of giant powder from a South Sides fac Â¬ tory at Pittsburgh Pa They took it to the river front built a fire and stood around to see the fun The can ex Â¬ ploded with tremendous force throwing Michael OToole and Edward Caldwell both aged about twelve years many feet and fatally injuring them The other boy was unhurt An Indian WHITE 112 W Main St F L ALLEN opp Court Hon- K WARDROPER B WALLACE Went Soldier Â¬ Â¬ Merritt commander of the mili tary department at St Louis has received a letter from CoL Wade of the Gen The flew Planing Mill THE MADISON COUNTY PLANING MILL WARDROPER WALLACE Proprietors Fifth United States cavalry at Ft Reno Indian Territory in regard to the enÂ¬ listment of Indians in the regular in Â¬ fantry Col Wade says strong efforts were made to induce Indians to enlist but they were of no avail Gen Mer Â¬ ritt thinks the attempt on the part of the government to enlist Indians as regular soldiers will prove a failure A WORLDS CAMP MEETING A Proposition posed to hold a worlds camp meeting here during the Columbian expo- Â¬ sition meeting to continue four weeks and be divided into four parts as follows First week the Rock River conference camp second week the national camp at which the bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church will be asked to be present third week the Methtxlist Episcopal church south will be expected to bold a eamp the fourth week will be missi n week Must Be Twenty Five to Vote to Hold One Near Chicago Daring the Columbian Exposition Lakk Blcff 111 April 10 It is pro- Â¬ Is now thoroughly adjusted ami in excellent runni turning out unexcelled work EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MILL WORK DONE TO ORDER SUCH AS-- Doors ash Blinds Mouldings Loth Shingles Rough and Dressed Lumber on the C witch ru K Our mill is immediately and eommoaica Railr The Belgian chamber of deputies committee appointed to consider the suffrage question has decitled in favor of household suffrage twenty rive years being the minimum and the elector paying ten francs in di- Â¬ rect taxation The Battle In India ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED WE ARE ALSO is perfectly ane Of that r case dispatch from the viceroy of India confirms the news that Lieut Grant on and Mani- A CONTRACTORS af v VXD v BUILDERS L WALLA35 aVIf you bare a boose to boil anil HOW CnOLLT GOT LEBT aVARDROPSR K 0 Depot LSXIHCTOH KY New Building ani Furniture 3 3 Q D a o3 2 Centrtxlly RATES 2 Well Liuiitem and Ventilated GOOD BAR ATTACHED H O 17 H p Located A o IClaa THE INDIA MASSACRE told me t ter was a dangerous The Leader of the Mantpurls Admits and lunatic and I went to Danville with the Justifies the slaughter A Desperate En expectation of seeing such a person The mo gagement In Which the Rehels Are DeÂ¬ ment 1 looked at her I was convinced that that statement at least was not true and feated quent examination established her complete Simla April 10 A letter received sanity I am prepared to do whatever 1 can to here from the leader of the Manipuris assist her in securing her rights and came here who ordered the massacre of Chief Com with that purpose We shall consult legal ad visers missioner James W Quinton and his taken as to the steps that are necessary to be colleagues at Manipur says MINERS WILL QUIT MAY I The British troops attacked the palace and massacred my soldiers and also killed women They Are Determined to Enforce the and children In addition they threw women Eight Hoar Day and children into the burning houses and desePittsburgh Pa April 10 The joint crated tho temples Therefore we killed Chief Commissioner Qulntons party inter state convention of coal operators The party referred to as killed by and miners split Thursday and the the Manipuris was composed of Chief fight for eight hours was declared by Commissioner Quinton Col Skene in the latter The miners opened the ball command of the escort of Ghoorkas in the morning by having a special Lieut Simpson Mr F St C Grim committee on hours appointed The wood the British political agent at committee reported to the convention Manipur and Messrs Cossius and Mel- Â¬ that it could not come to any agree- Â¬ ville the three last named gentlemen ment and President Rae of the miners being civilians union submitted the following First That a reduction In the compensv London April 10 A dispatch from day labor relative to the reduction la Simla says that the Manipuris have Hon ofwiU be allowed hours made another attack upon the weak deSecond That w proceed to make a wage tachment of Ghoorkas commanded by scale with the understanding that eight hours cap- Â¬ shall be a days work after May 1 without the who recently Lieut Grant Thabet tured Fort after stub operators official Indorsement and If It doe born fight with over ten times their not generally prevail within aitreasonable tune the miners will not insist on enforcement number The Manipuri advance was The operators refused to grant this vigorously conducted the natives facing and in wild confusion the operators ad- Â¬ a destructive fire with remarkable cour Â¬ journed the convention sine die age and forcing the assault with the utCoL Rend of Chicago said after the most gallantry The engagement lasted meeting A strike and a most serious re-Â¬ one seems to be ahead of us three hours and concluded with the If the pulse of the Manipuris The usurping miners of Illinois Indiana Ohio and rajah and two prominent chiefs of the Pennsylvania lay down their tools May insurrectionists were killed during the 1 it will paralyze the business An im Â¬ battle The loss in killed and wounded mense number of manufactories will of tribesmen was very heavy close down At least 500000 people are directly interested in the matter BALLETS IN MINNESOTA The sensation of the convention was Mcllales Prohibitory Kill Passed by the disclosed Thursday night It was State Senate Opera House Managers definitely stated by the miners that the Present a Novel Amendment railroads of the country were back of St Paul Minn April 10 The bill the operators in their fight against the which prohibits the wearing of tights eight hour movement that the fight on the stage in this stab and compell- Â¬ was not only with the miners but ing the use of at least a short skirt has would extend to the railroads also and passed the senate the sooner it was throttled the The managers of the opera houses of better Also that the eight hour move St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth who might have some influence on the rates at first regarded the McHale ballet bill paid for coal and for this reason too as a joke have become alarmed at the the railroads were opposed to The outlook the senate having passed the operators conceded that some it western measure by a vote of 37 to 12 The man Â¬ roads were concerned in supporting the agers met at once to canvass the situa fight against eight hours but they de- Â¬ ation and invited managers of the com- Â¬ nied that any concerted move had been panies playing here to participate made by the railroads of the country After fully considering the very dubious Baron Fava Sail Away Gen King Trial outlook the managers drafted and sent A Boy of nndlh Instinct recalled Italian min- Â¬ Baron Fava the A request for a change of venue in to the house the following amendment At RIchburg N C Clarence Robert- Â¬ ister left the Victoria hotel New York the case of Gen Clay King who killed Be it further enacted that no female per son aged 8 years and Emma Straw Friday night for the French liner La David Poston the lawyer at Memphis son or persons shall be allowed to assemble at aged 4 years disputed over a game in any theater public hall banquat room dinner Gascogne and left these shores for WM refused and the trial will take party or any gathering whatsoever wearing which they had been engaged and the home Saturday morning place in Shelby county Tenn what are known ai low neek dresses with boy in a rage picked up a stone and tbelr necks killed his playmate short slcev The boy about a Gees to Hearing Sea Humbert Receiver Minister Grant shoulders or busts Any person or persons The revenue cutter Bear has been King Humbert has received Col Grant found guilty of so dolnx shall be subject to a year ago attempted to set fire to hi dispatched to Behring Sea to prevent TJ S minister at Vienna who is visit fine of not less at imprisonment for home because his father wh inner him not leas than one year teal poaching lng Rome Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TAR OID PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FCR ECZEMA SORES CROUP Sentl three two cent stamps for free sample box and book PRICE 50 CENTS WOUNDS BRONCHITIS PILES BURNS c - frTFL R O I D TAR OID CO FOR MEDICINAL Masher Will you kindly Accept my ambrella A SOH FABSOLUTELY PURE CHICAGO ILL BATH TOILET AND NURSEBY PURPOSES FREEMAN more than half a century the name of Freeman has FOR before the public Dont you recollect that used lo have his boots and shoes made at Freem because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to fit his Now Freeman continues pocketbock 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 fit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Doutons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where jCtCall at No 2 First Street 3 iji 1 iH i e V Yawmg Lady Thanks Jury sons yearly from smallpox France loses 14000 in the same time This as Â¬ tounding difference is attributed to the rigid enforcement of vaccination In Germany and to carelessness about the matter in Franco The Logio of Youth Dia is my right hand Saukllpox While Germany loses only 110 per- Â¬ every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP TO THE MARK Not to Split Not to PljBOOloy BEARS THIS MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON Four-year-o- ld isnt it papa Father Four-year-ol- TRADE Yes my dear boy Den dis must be my Boston Herald wrong hand d EUuLOiD Mark NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT and 250 per Day THOMAS B YRES Si w tease o Uoni In H out S It a Bismarcks Election Uncertain Masaichusatts Direct Tax In the Geestmunde district where The application of the state of MassaÂ¬ chusetts for her share of the direct tax Prince Bismarck is a candidate for the many meetings were held 8700894 was Friday received at the reichstag Sunday The success of Bismarck la treasury department very uncertain Sentenced to Death OMalley Arraigned U count age Estate Collecting Agency TO RICH MOND I have decitled to give rny attention again lo the b lying and telling of Real Estate and the Collection of Ac- Â¬ I will thank TTAVING RETURNED yoi forour patron22 9 rnj im1 A mnm yea cm int 11 fom Itawr M mw u S timrt ISW 7r i Mv wfor ur JBI t vC Mk u mack It rB am Si t N Orcst w St SS lot W SjrtMkls ikfl r mnOlH KSILJ Sr KKtilLT 14KTICLLAKS TOW AS rr work worker hiiiii m Ihii ffto Bwewrau mIt jr ud atom ua U U km ul g frwt Robert Williams who in November last shot and killed A B Hayes at Pine Bluff Ark has been sentenced to hang June 3 Secretary Fosters Third Asi latent The president has appointed Alonzo Vrounsc of Nebraska third assistant secretary of the treasu-17- - A Murderer Lynched JJ Mea taken by Alex Fo fessed this Joseph Schlitz bn vat of boiling water murdered was conÂ¬ murders the ito a New Orleans April 10 Almost the first proceeding before Judge Marr Thursday was the arraignment of D C OMalley A large number of citizens among them a majority of those who ing of signed tin de The Iracy JAY-EYE-S-EE Mb J I Cajsb II lckory Grove Farm home ltocine Wis says After trytn a every known remedy I removed a large Bunen S of two years standing from a 3 year old Ally 1 with three applications of e THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET QUINNS OINTMENT j reparation I haveeverosedorbenrd jmmendit toall Jlorneiucu of 1 Wehact hutuirtd of tuck ttitimomal Price 1JH per bottle Ask your draggasfcrK Ifhe does not keep It sand as tsc stamps ar sttvor tor trial sax A W B EDDY CO Whitehall N Y Z lnf and each of rystal was joiot t attempt Â¬ o THORINM I Death resulted ing to bribe the taleo juror McCabe Sruil MASK MISIIISMilMMlllilllllllgiaSISSSSSSSiSSSSSSIitSSSSSSSS MTMCTIOR Ml BOQK XEEMM SUMT HAM TTft lHBBBBl TELEGRAPHY ETC ETC AT THE BRYANT A ITRATTM BUSINESS ML LEW AN9 JErTOHM STRUT lOUMWUS IT CATAMHf uUdlMtJj Dsfumm RNO TMI SCttTfl WlST THE CLIMAX ElITO IV WEDNESDAY -- CT ax Printing Co Wm G White Chas S PowrLL run k lKn ykar April 15 150 1801 Veiacaiay titution n hasatl- - at I Wasli T I owman in uiunlK nt is n us that tin State lias i i cai is khvi1 1 ly iiiiii ui interest can never more than partially animate of the foreigner leeuse nature These cliargeo ol Signal Service ud in ture has given him the same inspiration U tnl of JSKiriSH- - for his o n native land Cnmmi nnlarien make Out of the remaining Very truly your friend the BAM M DfMWX sum fcru ultural riment stations under the act nl March 7 ABUSES OF RAILROAD POW ER iiassod lv the Fortv ninth Coi IKjlUir before the Billion Gen Clay Applauds the Work nf the Con i stitutional mention anil WclroMea the fraud is apparent here as every the Dnsluitht of Those W ho Would where in Republican pretence of lvenetit- Crv llown the New Instrument After raising th sala inn agriculture I their jmlitical creatfriends after Lexington Leader J ing u for other political frienHs tKVTII Off THE RA1IWAV laRBERY after taxing a hwnni item of War IViwtrt- preme Court The United ultuiv the with that ability and patriotism which who m everything the men striding trade de has made it the impregnaK fanner uses wl press the priiv of everything he sells in- - American liberty is fast esUiblishing on the eternal basis of law those inaliena v hat their benevolent and ble rights which I have claimed in thane lotflg for him out f it at bes after papers The ritfht of Eminent Domain it a niortjrap on his wl that rarely over the highways rests forever in the sprout and an occasional ropy of aweary sovereign iower the people stale tiat and unprofitable Government The Cherokee Nation Appellant rcHrt Increasing offices charged to agriculture vs s the tax on the farm Al The Kansas Railway Company BM May LS that the and charged it I Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ 1 high--perit- unt of apicul radicalism is the inspiration of tin evolution of our times when the high est intellects and the truest noblest sen timents mark them the children of God 9 The tyrants who have stolen into the places of power the traitors who have sold our liberties have in hot haste declared war upon the new Constitution and the principles of self government and the peoples rule We accept w it i all our hearts the challenge Cassits Marcelias Clay s White Hall Ky March 2891 Â¬ Â¬ He served as justice of the peace and a minister of the Christian church and for over 60 years had charge of the chnrch at Bearwallow He preached over 000 ser- Â¬ mons and all his work was a free offering to the Ixird as he received no salary from the churches under his care CORRESPONDENCE KIRKSVILLK Without a Peer V0RIES SCH00LFIELD CO Dr J NEWS PARAGRAPHS Hon Meyer Weil ex Mayor of Padu cah died in that city last Monday morning J W Miller the express messenger N wret k wiio was crippled in the L last week near London died Saturday Two travellersignorant of the Government dam at Beattyville were floating dowa the river in a joe boat were carried over it and one of them was drowned District Attorney Jolly on behalf f the Catted States Government broug it suit in the Federal Court Friday against Co of Louisville for o0C0 Sucad Co are charged with bringing Snead to this country five men said to be ex cellent Scotch mechanics in violation oi the statute prohibiting the importation ol alien labor It is not generally known by the boys that the Democratic State con- Â¬ vention the spring meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club and the music festi- Â¬ val begin on the same day May 13 Over the latter attraction the average local politician or horseman will not lose much sleep but when it comes to seeing either a Governor nominated or a Derby won theyll want to be on hand near about Louittrtile Pott A special census count by races of t ie population of California published by the Census Bureau at Washington shows that as a whole the Chinese population has decreased by 3451 since 1K80 but that there has been concentration in of certain counties notablv San Fran- where the number is larger by 4120 than in 18S0 The total Chinise population of the State is placed at 71 SSl against 7o13l in 1MQL The election at which the preseit Constitution of Kentucky was submit ted to the people continued two days Hay 7 and H 1S50 One hundred a id one counties sent returns of the vote to the Secretary of State nly one coun- y Clay cast its vote against the Constit u tion the vote being for 123 against 21 Fayette county gave the smallest majority in favor of the Constitution the vote lieing for 805 against 83 majority for 2 Frankfort CsfjahsL Prof Albert E Foster of this ciy was to day arrested on a charge of bigamy In Hamilton Canada he married Carrie wiudom Two years afterwards he married a young lady in Perue In- Â¬ diana known as Florence and two years afterwards in lfvSO in Newport Kv he married the daughter of Cepl as Knight Iast December he came to Sioux Falls trying to get wife No 4 His arrest was caused by the father of No 3 He will be taken to Newport or trial Sitmx Ftdk Dakota Telegram Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs is convalescent B S Frisbie is dangerously ill Finnell who has leen verv sick y klMAIH AtUUTIKIi erbas tin i grain ulture 11 iJT ii - that office The claim made by me that the National railway management could leduce to justice the State railways 2 in V uilbee on tin tal and id was at its id piling up more lie RACE John A Hrimmer IltEON i nuinelaaV Riles tJofrniD Kentucky 1osts lloming Hiphts that he thought Taulliee tened K to kill K in rlHHl- ui The first Ky Ma I had it did 24 Lie from Lexington and vicinity and flown or lirst clear day them William Rebman 14 January 19 UfL In this case it was decided that the State of Virginia could not discriminate 4 under prinsection laws against inter State railway management by her agents the State railways And now we have the decision of the Supreme Court that State railways cau not discriminate against shippers in tl or to outside jMiiuts as far as the road IS n The infant child of O J Hendren died last Thursday week at Gilead Miss Kittie Palmer of Lancaster is visiting Miss Ida Prewitt this place Prof Follisand McCoger Klliott made a flying visit to Lexington last week Dr Phillips of Nashville Tenn is visiting his sister Mrs Milton Flliott Dr Fry performed a skillful but painful operation upon Wilkes the little son of Dr Creed Mrs Gresham of London who has been visiting Mrs F M Lutes bas re turned home The next county union of the Farm- Â¬ ers Alliance will lie held at this place the second Friday and Saturday in July Misses Lain Prewitt Kva Finnell Ella May Burton thelielles of Kirksville will visit Miss Nannie Hues of Danville next week The inmnea Alliance was organized here six weeks ago with seventeen members and at present has sixty It meets at Prewitts Hall every Wednesday night C C Chrisman is very ill his recovery is doubtful William Whiteacher died last Thursday week He was interred at Gilead His loss will be much felt by his many friends Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLOTHIERS 2 HATTERS AND GENTS FURNISHERS 313 W MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY oLargest Assortment KLadies Lowest Prices Latest and Best Styles in Spring Suits Misses and Gents Fine Shoes our store examine our goods learn our prices and we feel assured Respectfully that we can please you flKVisit him t rot He it a ond race is to Ik- froi Covington Ky and vicinity llnvn June r day t Both 1m living in ok ii VORIES SCHOOLFIELDCO Fans Ice Manufacturing and CoU Storage Company C01 NTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION iranp shot Id Kentucky only and Rul - ihts nler birds W I fur tii The No October Term 1800 Covington stink Yards Company nuuilter color I Bellevoe Newport 1X1 Ki- - Ky on oi b id Ma Kale - All birds entered for first race Kv nd race b by W Keith and Edward W Wilson Appeal from tl of the iistri--- t of Kentucky wire Uble liarcu Mr 2 lvli June I Justice Harlan again delivered narking and delivery the opinion of the conn Pursuant to a call of the Democratic State Central Committee the Demicrats of Madison county are hereby requested to assemble in mass meeting at the Court house in Richmond Ky at 2 oclock p m on Saturday Ifay 1881 to choose delegates to the Democratic invention to le held in the city State of Louisville Ky at noon of the 13th day of May 1SU S K Sivrr Caetnaaa AH Tnos Thokie See Com a i JcOLD STORAGE CaBnW- - GOING O o O o O o O o O o 9 MinaSsn1KJMalfl3BlNv VnV WinE5fcTafnainn1n7lr nsannr n o c o naWnjjnnW say T OUR MAN WILLSUN S lKKr EKLM sr- - n voyeur 43 40 es reporter int lipl He nai b- - Jilt pref a townsman nominate is He n h in tuti jii Mr Iui- 1 til SIMPSON SAVS THK JERK AlaUAKCI Is HliiSKIt THIRD rAKMrlv fit in THE MiE1ENT I Viiril lb nary i ii to wcrk i the will there not oth- i ba C n- - and indut lint be not 11- - A li letli rd an by that I mean to amy that nal Faroaei - i Polk oi JSIK lie onsiliilit ganization at regards jolitical action or the ate in ii iiomi ia Alli- - Farniers rrf either of the gr art the VI nation v i al legs tical pan Alii- - ARM ANDTHEUILLION There will Ik for each r Here the Kentucky Central Railway y the Pont a id club wn a contract with the birds Stock Yard Live Stock Com ng to instruc- inpany thei pany to furnish at their combine upon own expense the usual yards etc for Rule 4 The lust will appoint reliable the reception and forwarding of live disinterested men who shall take the time and to pay further sixty cents 60 loft ie to he railway or each car load of stock anil number color and delivered or forwarded In considera countermark of bird on blanks pn tion of which service the railway rob- for that jur said combine C 8 sealed and delivered to tl by tinier Yard Company the monopoly of the tely aftei i trade in that city and to charge all other shippers not U ss than five dol Â¬ booM till it Bale - A bit lar per car load of live stock more than passes the they charged said trust company l fts have Ru In the meantime this company birds maki which I had denounced on the stump in Madison county as wreckers and robbers and who in the name of prog- nnd civilization and development aou by Kentucky ler cry by which the Iarasite lawyers of Madj- Rule 7 Anyone having birdi from this coiin- with t onc dollar of every fourteen of troin the property of Madison county such races ripe for the wreck went into the hands of the usual receiver Hence uit and official expose of these SiOIK TACTS ON FOREIGN EMULATION criminal conspirators against the prop-Â¬ erty ami liberty of the people HOLAS1 11 4 The court decided that this conjrii 4 tstd tract was unconstitutional illegal ami void That such discrimination of AY My Diai tdcen inv freight charges could le made to the rening in my Hall prejudice of other shippers and that the Iter the o iji ct of railway receiver was n the temporary which is to pn uts on Foreign representative of that company bound hicli portem nice and exit at to to place laciliti liable distances in every citv free country to all shippers and without charges for yards and other needed conveniences for reception and rcshipincnt Rah Now there may perhaps be brains f immigration has enough in the development and lro ntry in almost i out lish Capital party to see numbers the people of all nations and all laanenaad eon that these principles are based uon n and constitutional law and will ilitiona froaa the cot throat Italian to ii as the people caa get the cane of ing Chinaman from the high toned edu to the igno the long and short hand before the United Suites Supreme Court they are ii all lemand nd all adn ven re bound to decide that Congress has no one tlie privileges of the ballot box power themselves or by their agent Inter State Commerce thereby filling oar halls of legislation witli the catsaw to discriminate between men of their own choice men w io know Commission American shippern by land or sea in nothing of the vern favor of the robbers and their parasite ineiit and who have no respect whs You have Baa as the fouudation of this wholesale tor American institutions twenty yearn these power to build or run roads rests upon every shiper cupving as they are the general welfare must have equal rights And further e dis rii our country in large communities tothem that if any discrimination lietween the having but little interconme with loin and short hauls should be necessa our people without which they can nev- - rv to transportation it should be on the i short haul and the corjioratioiis lire the true American impn of ur own government or imbibe the peculators capitalists and combines laws true sj la nearly all oar use the long haul 1or no principle of large cities the foreign population form political and judicial justice is better set and tled in this Republic than that govern into large military meat rests upon the Beaded protection of the weak in a state of nature and ad elusion of our civilization the strong can take ing an aversion to incorporate with if thcmsel them or to assuin tin- American charac Â¬ ii Let the national government thin preference for ter and e resume her eminent domaiu overall the the ii at d insti of commerce including telegraphs tutions of their resjiective nations You have seen them as well as c and run them for the lave on expresses man convene in large political benefit of the people 7 This can lie best done by the new assemblies and with chat DStitU- - Hcpartment of Commerce demand By this tion and laws to suit the jK ciili r views department we could in which they had been trained lad edu kill in an hour all the trusts combines and sw indies and robberies which con from infancy And alove all stitute the parasites of these robbers un- than all we have wen in the veral names engaged in transpordegradation of the coun thirty try in our national legislature by the tation We could thus settle all the great rring ujKin unnatu - which now disturb the country iiers the full righto suffrage - and all the othtr rights It would solve the question of privileges and immunities which fonn the tariff and free trade Of subsidies to the native born citi transporters by sea and land nregard of the constitution It would break down the section- tini- - al divisions of North and South whiel Now if and West and consolidate our Union by lorin naturalization laws only - at tl is earlv onion interest stronger than irou com idjis or standing armies and make mand ates of the civil war hereafter impossible It would ikes of the em- RuleÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I i Â¬ 1 Â¬ M 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hows This We offer One Hundred for any case of catarrh cured by taking Halls F J CHENEY CO Ohio We PRINCIPAL OFFICE PARIS KY Dollars reward that can not be Catarrh Cure props Toledo Competitors YES O O O O O O o RICHMOND KY BRANCH OFFICE DEPOT J S BLOUNTS GROCERY have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggist Toledo Ohio Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggiss Toledo Ohio the undersigned STALLIONS Brownmont 1905 1433 Standard aid Reoistftred Dark brown Stallion 16 hands high foal Bred by W T ed Mav 22 1880 Withers Lexington Ky CONCERNING FARMERS Stock prices in Cincinnati advanced materially Corn is leing delivered free on board cars in Richmond at S325 White o Sin want to rent 100 or Loo aeres of grass Write them at King I Â¬ ston K V Iayson of Millersburg sold jacks to C R Turner same place or 1050 Jn ris EeaaaaCM a Citizen There are 5000 cattle being slopped at the Daviess county distilleries and the Messenger says their owners will make big money E W Coulter sold last week to I M Cook of Shelby county a jack by Imp Abran for 800 Dam He to mam - or the our usual 1 country in lieaefit ol 1S64 and in 1855 1 Hk nai d money loyal leu against that arty but more than thirty years have passed since that day and I wrong in tiding a bapartancst Transferring t iii item win the unt and tax ng iily for the basest burposesaud ends inst the agriculture they say I nges in thirty n mv at salarn agriculture n- in- - ot u Th other Republic uu is aaaei iove ol coun- of our lib-- ertiett than our cotu and which j The Million Kendell To wcco Compa ny of Flemingsburg has been and will take a fresh start with a capital stock of 20000 Jix and George Barkley sold their crop of 240 lambs to be delivered lietwteu Mav 1st and July 1st to Rutherford IKaVslsnrflb Peel at J55S per head Journal J Monroe Leer of Glen water Stock Farm sold to J P Hemmett of Maple hurst Sbck Farm Huntsville Mo 9 jacks 1 jennet 1 gelding and an Aim out stallion The price for the lot was about J 12000 Pa rus Keiituckiun Col R G Stoner has bought the Danl Hibler farm of about 500 acres for 45 K1 cash This land lies adjoining Oakland consisting of 224 acres which the Col bought from W H Fisher at 135 jer acre He also has Xti acre in the old homestead farm which gives him a body of 1110 aeres of as fine hind as ever a crow new over tiooel juuees sav that there is no better land in the world Paris Nntt Bulletin Kentucky Weekly Crop State weather service in co operation with the V S Signal Service for the week ending April 11th MM The tem jierature of the past week was considera Â¬ bly lielow the normal for the season On Saturday the 4th and Thursxlay the 8th frosts were general throughout the northern and central portions of the State On the former date they wet so severe as to seriously injure vegetation in exposed places The precipitation of the week was also below the normal Snow is reported from many places on the 5th and 0th but in general it was very light not lieing sufficient in amount to cover the ground The amount of sunshine was about the aver- Â¬ age the early iwrt of the week being partly cloudy and the latter part general- Â¬ ly cloudless The week has materially improved crop prostiects The warm sunny weather of the past few days ias dried the ground and spring plowing which in most places was delayed by the wet soil is now in full operation Wheat and grasses are reported to be in the de condition Tobacco plants look well and oats are being sown The ion com injury to fruits from fronts is not so which on the public great at first thought to be in tad there appears to have been little or It would replace the necessity of no damage done except in the cas few very exposed pi tem For the charg- internal r n freigi nd all that RELIGIOUS would be the grandest cheapest and sutler able system ot taxation ever imuiiion at the Episcopal church invented in the history of nations and Sunday - the great question tax upon in- Three Churches were dedicated on s and grade of rates upon excessive Sunday in Louisville accumulation of land and money in the Owensboro has dedicated a 35000 hands of the few against the many Presbyterian church which now is bound to be the greatest Rev D L V Moffett will bold se injur ues at the Episcopal church this pltee vention of next Sunday a grand work Rev H T Daniels pastor of the Bap- Â¬ Stood with heroic courage in de Â¬ fense of the liberties of mankind Their tist church at Paris is sick at the heme names will stand forever immortal in of Mrs Daniels father on Second street the history of the human race Their Elder Ed Smith died near Horse Ctve vices HEY may be seen stealthily moving al warm radiant heavenly txxly h Ins wended its wav downward and al RECORD 247 la let the western horizon and they are all Sired Toy 33 By Gen Washington sire of Poem to mother earth wilh their i bowed down even Lujrio j Presto 222 t a ly Mmnbrlno Chief Dam MaJelene 22314 by dam zerne 227 Trices which have been their source of sustenan by Zenith Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Hambletonian to 2nd dam Nancy Whit- 2 turn Kngle Urejr Kitgle which they are now eonTejing to their la by I dam KulrltaItuwe acting directly upon the blood and mu- man dam of Robert McGregor 317 by T ilmn Mary by Kobin irnv i Jam cous surfaces of the system Price 75c Seeleys American Star 3rd datn Nance a dam We are now in the ring with a new complete and v by Imp Medley dam of Lad v Whitman 230 by Durlands 7 itiini by Imp J in per bottleSoId by all Druggists 41 45 Messenger Duroc IYnns Ivania is a ot goods line dark bay 16 hands high black mane and HIS HORSE is without a vice and a We were n We are not entirely unknown to you either tail and weighs 1250 pounds Has never been trainsure foal getter ANNOUNCEMENTS which we are shielded now and wt Will make the season of 1891 ed vet can show a merrv clip Like nealh the same wing by Midway and Aladdin his full ItfB CIRCUIT OUCKT CLII1K 22 which AT 40 TO INSURE A COLT oromers trial snows tne neavv mane ana thai tlif nnif sun the same moon and the san ne To the people of Mndlsou County Rich tail of Mambrino and is an ideal prize their lustrous beams over our infancy shall be omni v stable the Fair Gronds I hereby Hiuionnce mjself n candidate for at ir 11 the ufltce ot Clerk of the Mailison Circuit mond Kv winner Short fine back fiinc corded legs CTRAYNOR ourl subject to the action of the Democrat iiiuiU uui Agent and perfect disposition 4 ic parly one but compel Almont 33 the sire of Brownmont is bv We are aware that our roatl is a While it is true I have served In that oftire as rlerk and deputy for the pasl sevAlexanders Abdallah and he by Rj the lite of trade and by honesty fail dealing ami prot eral ears this 1ms but the Iwtler tolulltled Hambletonian io me In dlMhaiKe the important and exacting by Mainbriuo Chief dam duties of the ofne As lo how have at we are making rapid strides toward the topmost roun by Pilot Jr I dam tended to my dtilies I refer to the Hon Judges nietiiters of i lie bar litiKaiits juror He is the sire of thirty seven in the 2 o We did not expect the patronage of the Wilt LK of this aul oilier attendants of our eourts I cite list including Westmotit 2i334 Puritan you to my previous announcement in the mercy and perssupport respectfully dunes my fellowiiti Will make the season of 1891 at M A 216 Fanny Witherspoon ii6M Tiedmont Union but knowing that we were at the tin ak of my office zens as t lie ourabilil to be able to accommodate them to 2i714 Aldine 2194 and Early Rose strove will prevent me from making an thorough a Phelpss place 45 miles from Richmond canvass as I desire on the Jacks Creek pike at 22o4 and grand sire of Belle Hamlin proud to say are succeeding admirably Most gratefully 2i24 He is the sire of 31 mares that Our line comprises many of the leading brands in the mar W II MILLER 15 to Insure a Living Colt have produced 36 performers including S H TIIuRIE JR is a candidate for and we assure you that we are not competitors ol any f U -Aa OII - VIXJI1 ItliUI Clerk ol the Madison Circuit ourt subject Money due when colt is foaled or mare CUB II1UI 3i- Catchtly 2iS 4 Silas Skinner 219 Johnny establishment to IAS action of the Democratic party Our proffered indue parted with Treasurer 2o and thirty otliets He H ti I1JWE1I of Speedwell Is a candi ndSHOl i Our Spring and Summer styles of I has 7 ons that have sired 167 performers ilate for Circuit Court Clerk of Madison I county subject to the action of the Demo In all there are 318 230 performers de beyond description to our Special attention PScratic party Is bv Old Peavine istdam by Bolivar 2nd scended from Almont -- Old BROWN MOMS mdam is by Mam and Oents sho dam Jalappa Forest by Ned Foret 3rd mi 150 and 200 line dam b rockctt 4th dam by Traveller brino Chief the head of the greatest Our line of CLOTHING is unequalled or style d We PEAVINE Ik is a beautiful bay Kli brood mare family in the world hands high heavy mane and tail 4 years thus find in the veins of Brownmont the prices We can lit the small boy the small large or mot blood of Hambletonian Mambrino Chid old good style and fine action rRDER man at prices unheard of Abo SUITS MADK Tl and Pilot Jr backed up by a strong infusion of thoroughbred D M PHELPS of HATS S Just inspect our line BROWNMONT has been in Georgia 41 5 since he was three ears old and has had ai d in fact all the leading styles and brat no track work and no chance in the stud But our cry does not end here In endless vin In Kentucky he should make a great stock horse show a beautiful line of Gloves llandkerc BROWNMONT wil make the present Cuffs Scarfs Jewely Trti season at my stables 21 miles from Paint Underwear Shirts Collars Pennsylvania T Almoat i I I baa bsai Â¬ 1 11 I Â¬ 4 T Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ J PEAVINE JR 1 36- 1 17 1 IX Â¬ - PEAYINK J I 5ss2s ONE KJVJOY I I Confederate Chief Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys- Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its enects prepared only from the most healthy ana agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60c and 81 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S Umbrellas kc iV Socks Handkerchiefs Scarfs Novelties in Jewelry 20 to Insure a Mare in foal Twenty five cents buys a good Work Shirt Undershirt Not responsible for accidents Drawers and an arm load of other bargains 41 2 J P EMBRV Flannel and Unlaundried Shirts lroin 50 cents to fanciest made NOOSE IRDUT FOB SILL A choice selection in novelties in fancy flannels and linen Stanlarl aad Registered No 423 silk pull bosoms Laundried Shirts from 65 cents to the tin If not sold privately before Sire of William Arthur 2iqJ Lady Agents for the celebrated STAR Shirt ConfedSage 2234 Sleepy Chief 227 vn brother to SATURDAY MAY 16TH 1891 ect erate Maid 22y ffjVT We are live men with live goods at live prices at car Woodford Chief iccord 2 I will proceed on that dav to sell publicly old sell you an article cheaper than many merchant on CONFEDERATE CHIEF is only cred- my HOUSE AND LOT frontingrunSmith ltallard street 54W feet and Oh we are kway out of sight ited with a record of 211 since he Lick and 2 miles from Silver Creek at j Â¬ 2 - Â¬ substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Ht CAL tH FRANCISCO HEW YORK tOUISVIlU XT was early taken to Canada but he is i aid ning back 1S7 feet to Collins street New Variety of fruit He has house with three rooms to have been able to trot in 220 Terms made known on day of sale had few opportunities in the stud and M MrCARTY the colts above mentioned are all out of Sale at 2 oclock 4V4S cold blooded mares showing his power to He is a brown Stallion propagate speed 16 hands high sire of the great Clark Chief sireof Croxie 2iqV and nine others STOCKHOLDERS MEETINU better than 230 also dams of Phallas 16 and 213i Majolica 215 Wilson1st2 dam Virten more better than 230 Bilginia dam of Woodford Chief 222 There will be a meeting of the Stock- Â¬ ly Touns thoroughbred holders of the Richmond Water Light Kv at 25 to a Mare in Foal Company at its office in Richmond The ob Â¬ oclock A M April 15 1891 Will make season at mv Stable in Rich- ject of the meeting will be the issuing of HENRY S DUNCAN Agt mond 5000 more of its bonds to pay for a more extensive plant than was originally planed 4V5 A E Boardman Pre Chas S Powell Se SEASON 1891 1891 43 H Â¬ Â¬ E C B0GGS CO Main Street opp Court House Insure 1 1 RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond Ky J Civil A G WILLIAMSON jBBi Notice to Debtors nam CITY ENG INKER Engineer and Surveyor r ji It being necesaary to settle tlie partnership of Jennings Gibson the bills due them aa well as mv individual bills have been placed in the hands of Mr P H Sullivan who alone is authorized to collect and receipt them I hope no one will take offense as my long continued illness renders it impossible for me to give it m atÂ¬ - Mm S - o p I Sanitary Plumbers TurnSurveys made for Railway pikes KnHitwayN Ent i mat e given c Farm drainage Town Lot laid nil fa A and Gas Fife B WkW s GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Lines retraced Special attention given to topographical mai and plats of Correspond farina and other IhimIr ence solicited with parliea interested in sin veva of lamia in mountain u un Â¬ tie of Kentucky Â¬ -- WE CARRY FULL LINE OF- - Â¬ VATICAN Vara 11308 tention April 7th iji WILL JENNINGS 43- - Gas Fixtures off Every Description BOffice - Citv Hall Richmond Kv 9- BIBlES FOR EVERYBODY The Madison County Bible Society has Brooks in at the drug store of Stockton Richmond a large number of Bibles and Testament The offer them at extremely low prices to those who are able to buy and propose to give them away to all who are not able to buy Ministers throughout the county are requested to see that the poor of their respective vicinities are supplied W L CRUTCHER President Mad Nat Bank 49 48 Â¬ Any tbtj fcair learn W furnish snwitnlnn We stai vuu Kv risk To S devot wnvfc 11 or all viuar Mim na th Tnia ia md iiiii man w sswlf1 brinyn eVrrul smeceae to esaiirety isant an siba rut d a4 sners artrr a Utl caperlsaaee W esus faraisk josi the rm- WHKW Vntt Va smratn t tUin ii I aat taarni MONEYS lirar tiblv A liuaofwnrk by these of r1 In tboir li iit a yy wh til fiSiioioa mm im TKVBjtiuiiubUlUJiL tt ii w j record 229 sireof Belle yrs old in a at record ace sne of Milt exhibition mile 223 at i old sire of Light Hall record 3 25 at 2 yrs old sife of Maiy Van record 240 at 2 yrs old in a winning race mile track sire of Vannette timed in won by Burns 2 r old race 233 McGregor in 2304 sire ot Jo Jo record 246 2 rs old in winning race sire of Red Jim public trial 237 at 3 rs old sire of Belle Vara yearling 23s the worlds record in a race of that age sire of Light Kail yearling record 148 sire of Venice yearling 2 mie public trial yearling sire of June Light n beaten by Queen Bess only a neck in 2Si4ild Kre ol Brown Velvet coming 2 that is able to trot against any ige living TERMS Sioocnsh with the privilege oi breeding two MtawMM in case oi failure Vasco and Vatican are almost full brothers Vasco is the sire of the best 3 rir Old TlCC rtCOrtl End Vatican the fcSt 1 year old race record B H NEALE 3S46- - Vatican 224 INCLUDING ou-ui-iim-w it it EAH2ER Propr Cnandeliers Brackets Stanards Globes Rnbber Tubing 4c BATH TUBS AND 0L08I All kinds of Coal and Lumber at the lowest market price Liberal patronage of the public respectfully requested The yards are located on Orchard street be-Â¬ tween that street and the K C Railroad JENKIVS GLOBE VALVES best made SIPHONS AM INSlIBATV HOT J2i WATER BOIL READ THIS Â¬ Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and Street Sprinkling carry a We have closed out our stock of Dry nw1 not cr tn Cinrinnati or other nllCfS for vour fixtures for we from are J Goods c to quit tht par rll tinrk of he latest Our work is done bv lien who mest- ties indebted to us are resp Mill supplies to fill all derr delphia eome forward and settle immediate ed to ly Our affairs must be wound up Respectfi Light Co 1 CROOKE BENNETT URMSTON 33 7 RICHMOND PLUMBING PLimaaas to Rxcuxox Watu 0 I GeorgfUwn Wm Tlie special train from Richmond to Lexington Friday to witness the April 15 1691 Inter jlaedy Collegiate Oratorical Contest was well patronized Cenand le of trtting hones next tral Universitys les representative Mr lav Kean acquitted himself nobly and his Light stock fot friends are proud of him But the con- Â¬ hares of Water ad test was won by Mr Stevenson repre- Â¬ From the J B Walker A Bro Kirkeville want senting Georgetown College Ixxington papers we gather that Mr 100000 pounds of wool Kean was next to beat authorities put tlieir The L Baard Organized locks on all switches of the K C The Richmond Brand Bandar the Louisville Hson Female In- - Savings and lxan Association organized a Board of Directors on Monday and Hear Prof Hawec tit it lihrary elected officers as follows J Sjieed glit Smith President R L Gentry Vice i iiggs aud wife have pine Ht French Tipton Secretary ping at their pretty home John W Crooke Ir Treasurer W K Shackelford Attorney Ths other meiu S kton whose death isan the Board are Prof Win Willson Clixai had a poli- - Rev Win row Dr J C Morgan K B Wallace The association has 1350000 M R laugherty has opened a of stock and is growing rapidly More ai inm uwuc uus county Kirhmontis Public Building Â¬ l HE CLIMAX social balance to swing level My peoÂ¬ Â¬ ple are organized or banded together upon the very highest principles of un selfish righteousness and of moral integrity and social purity Since I am not a perpetrator or an abetter of wrong I do not expect to ran into the iron teeth of the law I have ever been a law abiding citizen and 1 ever shall be I desire no more liberty than is accorded the average citizen I expect to ever tread upon that ground that is fenced by law and protected by justice I have in thought within the last few hours appeared before that legislative body and made some statements of my- Â¬ self I feel almost eager to unburden mv Jmind in the audience ol fair minded men Please mention my kind acknow menu to your friends who have deter Â¬ mined to make inquiry concerning me You will oblige me very much by send ing me a copy of the bill mentioned in your letter Most resjiectfully yours G J SfllW EINFVKTII Â¬ The it trying to become a federation have a ture population of alxmt 400000 and a largNot the least important of the great di- Â¬ AS ALSO THE It has visions of the worlds Columbian exposier debt than the Inited States I have moved my Blacksmith Shop to contracted mainly for the interest tion is that devoted to Forestry Mr W mv new building on Third street and have been Dollars to be d dred I Buchanan Chief of the Department of associated v ith me Mr A D Smith and 00 it They are run it is said economi V urk and ti cally and quite as well by the govern Agriculture who is at present in charge in connection with my Blacksmithing 100 be HOUSE NOTES all kinds of ment commissioners as they could be by of the Forestry Department has entered will do paid for in til so paid for The Board 01 Australia has actively upon the work of enlisting the Carriage EepairiEgr Fainting Trim Fifteen head of trotting stock will lie private corporations may on three f Higgins miagr Sec promptly sold in front of Foxs stable on Saturday made greater advance in the direction various timber and lumber interests and Rev J O A Yaught went to Paris on lsth April at 10 oclock of nationalism or State six ialism than State Forestry Bureaus in this important Nothing but the best stock in plain toe or patent leather and to order 41 44 Let all tipped for Ladies used and satisfaction guaranteed Wednesday and preached the funeral of of any nationality ients Mi feature of the Exposition The noted horse trainer Daniel Brown any other community of our old friends give us a trial This Company shall commence bus 5 Mrs K Marston and the tendency continues in that digTjonRemetnber I have moved to Third and Children is the of Lexington was killed in that city last Cottage of six rooms Situated A nice on the 15H Cincinnati 1 Mrs R X White has reached Spartan- Monday by being thrown from his cart rection Street bet Irvine and North Streets thereafter I on Fifth Street for sale Apply to Couimanderr Officer lio killed Young son-in- S L MIDRIFF burg S C on her way home from the u- purpi Edwin Brown 41- Fifteen bead of trotting stock will MATRIMONIAL rank White of Ijuicaster Richmond Commandery No 19 Klec- - winters stay in Florida Ever in bv an amrn be sold in front of Foxs stable on MASTER COMMISSIONERS Mrs Hannah 15 Southworth who shot this place was acquitted at tion Tuesday April 7th Mr W D Rash and wife came over Mr Ieward Wills and Misss Laney both and killed banker Pettus in New York Saturday April 13th at 10 oclock Saturday Km Sir Win Bennett Km Comdr from Winchester to be present at the 41 44 of Clark county were married in Rich last November was buried in Ixiuisville D P Armer Genl funeral of their relative Mr M EL trotting h I can please you in style M well Florida Wilkes the property of Col mond on last Thursday by Squire Armer on Saturday D W Tribble Capt Genl Stockton To bring forward their claims properly able in Richmond at Baldwin of Maysville and valued at At the Catholic church to day at 11 proven R R Burnair Prelate as in pr Spring Millinery shall be cho Rev D L V Moffett of Jefferson twenty live thousand dollars died of la Saturday At con oclock Capt Ed Keller formerly of this J Seed Smith Recorder March of ea City Missouri Mrs Bourne wishes to inform her the new rector of the grippe last week sell some good milk co place but now of Paris will wed Miss until t E K Mitchell Senior Warden Episcopal church has arrived and will Maoison Common Pleas Court friends and patrons that she will still be - Mi Pheroon of Louisville rep inupon tl Ella Buckley Father Haley the aaator until you Seventy live of the leading W G White Junior found at her old stand 103 corner Main Frank Turners Heirs preach on next Sunday incor tjniial Bnitdine and Loan Malvina Turner Sic PlfTs last night at the Fifth w ill otlieiate Kentucky met R H Covington Standard spect my line Board ot D and 3rd streets where she is prepared to Miss Bettie Arnold left last Friday for Avenue Hotel and against In Equity in Richmond ami has Bearer The nodding of Mrs Carrie P Miller wait upon them with a handsome line of Nancy Bogie txk the first 8 A c Defts an extended visit to relatives in the towaul organizim a National Saddle and Mr R C Venable was solemnized XJ worth filled bv the Boa C K Smith Sword Bearer On Petition millinery new spring 4344 Palmetto State Only Kentiukians yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock horse Association Mrs The McKinley Bill has not ad- and ai W F Francis Wanler All persons havig claims against the the Water aud to in office ur Sr A letter from Mr Talton Krubry The Cynlhiana Western Railroad was estate of Frank Turner or Malvina were present but it is hoped that the Miller baa resided among an for ten or K1 P Ballard Capt of the ted his lamp lighters 9 Said Board may ma Thursday in Turner deceased are hereSy notified to vanced my prices which are al defeated Please change my Climax from Assxiation can be made a national affair twelve years and is a lady of lovely char- overwhelmingly says rules and r Itch and not to hold tire on any Guard The proposition to vote produce the same properly proven to the ways the LOWEST Albany Georgia to Louisville Ky care in fa t as well as in name A commit Â¬ acter and person and n Mr Venable is a civil Harrison county lit turning out any street Ab Odd Craft undersigned Master CommisMonei of the meetings ot the Bourlion Stock Yards I have moved tee v ill report a constitution and by- engineer He resides in iadsden 150000 subscription to the road went Madison Common Pleas Court at his Ala Keep your eye picked The iUntlj l Ilk Knterjirise says A nearer Foxtown meeting to be held to night lie is a man universally liked by all who down under 1200 majority It is said office in Richmond laws at a Madison county stitute a que raft passed here this week which was in lighted an Broadway He has also been married lie that the anti railroad men spent 8000 in Kentucky on or before the 10th day of Ths Thing Mr E C Park late of San Francisco A stock company with a capital ol meet him The officers of some reapecta a novelty It was made May next This 3th dav of April 1S91 night for the first time The defeating it News consist of a was in Richmond on Monday going to KX vill be organized and a register of fore Miilnai t lijprr S E SCOTT and Mana handnotne ones and close to- - np at the mouth of Kingdom Come Mrs Miller is a daughter ol Capt M Cincinnati to purchase a spring and all blooded saddle horses will be kept If you want to buy a Sulky Surrey MC MC P C 44 46 r illuminating the entire atonal in Letcher county 140 miles above here summer stock of goods for his fathers jdlli illi Tillllf The Quality Best by the Barlow late of tail place Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor and was 250 feet long Neat comforta nd side to side dry goods store at Irvine be held by one and We learn before going to press that he las the latest best and cheapest ble cabins were on it and the cooking em DIED the event t rant and Blackburn of Ixiuis braced all Rev Harry G Henderson pastor of the Sheriff Rales has gone to Warren county The famous Blue Lick Sqrings in manlier of mountain delica of the char Ky to look at the celebrated saddle uttcd jfaFf ome now while you can those in ot Whitfield Moody Sr died at King- Â¬ Nicholas county has been sold to a new their indoding of course the fragrant sas M K Church South in this city has the New Albany ston Madison county Ky on Friday Vork syndicate with Dan Turney of safras the borne aaade suirar and the been invited to deliver the anuual ad stallion Dick Weakly probably the k to select ate12 The v great individual and sire of high get the lar This J r numerous friends in this dress liefore the graduating class of Pot- est show horse in the State to dav If April ldth 1881 agel probably 80 years Paris at the head of it The property priced horses will make the season of wild blossom honey The crew consist 13 tin irlischarge ed of ten men and four ladies ter Female College at Bowling Green Mr lilies is pleased with him he will Iurial in the Richmond cemetery He consists of two hotel buildings and at the stable of S 11 Stone on Big Hill from Save money and be happy The he Com bring him back His services should be was many years a prosperous merchant grounds three miles square The price is pike one mile from Richmond at from Taylor ar nit their raft we understand was ImiuihI to some June 10 Frankfurl Capital 14 It at Hon Curtis F Burnam Madisons appreciated in Madison county since m as Mr Powells entire point on the Ohio river and it and iu Mrs Sarah McCollam wife of James kept from the public but it it understood 20 to Insure a Living Colt after arduous saddle horses an on a boom One fancy McCollani died at her home in Fairland to be high up in the figures Post office nappy crew were drifting merrily with delegate is at home quired in the Mpney due when mare is parted with or work in the Constitutional Convention gelding owned by the same parties who IndL April 5 1801 Sbewnean aunt of C C them if you are in need the tide ation DoneLson has a quantity of new Sul- bred to another horse otherwise when Weakley was sold in ten - likely you are He says the new Constitution is an ex own Dick colt is foaled She Mrs Mary liolton of thin place KiiMmmI III- - Kiuplnyer kies Surries and buggies of the newest 44- KING RICHARD was sired by Old cellent one and that the people will Lexington on Monday lor 1900 an lea ret many friends and relatives in this and most popular pattern and at very Peavine his dam Pharos by Imported Dickerson hud On last Friday Dr F other one by Mr Nels Rowland th county to mourn her while making printed and distributed the following adopt it by an overwhelming majority 2nd dam by Gicncoe Phaeton 3rd dam reasonable figures die horse man for 1000 Both Judge B F Buckner formerly of this by Woodford v Noah Creed died at Kirksville Madi- iiiicaiinon an the Row ant handbills At a meeting of the Cincinnati SouthKing Richard is a model horse with now of Ixiuisville is a very sick iay had the so mity Ky on Monday April 13th reward A white man giving his citv hut He is a beautiful officials in Cincinnati Mr perfect diposirion The first great combination sale of 1801 aged about IS years Burial at ern Railroad man He had lieen to Winchester to visit md terribly mangled chestnnt if hands bich weighes U50 and nainc as John Allen and his age- - years Â¬ the injured ruein- - has been in my employ for two weeks relatives and w hile there was taken very trotting stock ever held iu Louisville College Hill yesterday He was in Rich- Ingalls stated that the Southern now pro- imparts a great deal of finish to his colts imposed to spend about 5000000 in He out classes any horse we have ever ill President Milton H Smith of the came to a close yesterday and the relie left my house last night taking with L and N railroad sent his elegant pri- sult of the experiment is that Capt P mond County Court day and contracted proving the road and its terminal points seen as a uniform sire of high priced shall pneumonia which resulted fatally withidea for Cen him my gold watch engraved F J D As an inordinary mares horses out TO vate car to Winchester to convey the sick C Kidd will hereafter hold two similar in a week He was a BOB of Dr J W Cincinnati is expected to contribute half dividual heof few equals as has He sire old dark oinc kind of a my large pacing bon of the amount and the lessees the other Judge home and the latter passed through sales here every year A producer and Creed ust be has made a record that surpasses any of with the lettei brown and gold head of walking cane half STONE Jc ARBCCKLE his class here in Mr Smiths coach this morning better pleased man than be would have Matt H Stockton died in Richmond oools tlirough with inscription Madison Lodge So 180 bean hard to find yesterday and his Ky on 44 imjian Leader Littles Barber Shop Removed Sundar April 12 1801 aged SB and pocket book with some money and a M otlier Bb of adverse cir- Miss Pclle II Bennett returned last nceem against a number tinued through George T Little has removed his baryean Hieillne on White A DeJarnett for rent note il years and it- Friday from her trip to Florida which euinsi allies furnished him a text for iture was ber shop down strett to the house former fraqnent jubilation He speaks was Alsi some silver apoi she made in the interest of the Mission Templar ly occupied by S ti feet high light The man is about highest terms of Louisville and treet Â¬ He complected sandy mustache thick dark ary Training School which is to lie lo ple and says that with to the Plionix hair and fore finger of right hand cut off cated at Kansas City Mo We under- which baa been promised him igton and Bob llole conducted by stand that the ladies of the M E Church The Mirld to day and without a rival to nd joint B ver or two make this city the ment iiliinond araaaneat- of the Presby Kev I G Barbour 1 waited upon Everything clean and first be the fountain head of the greatest 23 reward for the man 25 South of which Miss Bennett is the I will give power- of the breeding interests of the State family of trotters that ever lived the shooting agent have aliout raised the desired church Deceaaed leaves a wife class and the best of work done terian 13 ihere for the horse and watch or a liberal rePilot Wilkes dim Bele Walker was Coari r Jan - out again 75000 necessary to build tlieir school J SI formerly Miss Mamie Hall but no chilward for either horse or watch The Farmers Alliance 600 members sired by Dick Turpin by Clark Chief Entries to the Jessamine Pair and that the work of building will bedren evenl days a ith a ap- Â¬ and nece arv ior the pro strong in Mason county passed a resolu- Â¬ by Mambrino Chief Clark Chief sired business Ob to Brattyvillr gin immediately and be pushed to a for trotters and pacers of the and 4 year iiiined head a bruised Huntington West Virginia Friday tion last week asking the Con Con to the dams of Phallas Wilson by George At IN WIT jrio1- 2 Wilkes and Majolica 213 d on the 8th iiist Al old cl In regard to the Three Forks road Judire conclusion v Fielding Bush aged l2 years A short submit the capital removal to the vote of ri the result of a poratos M B a trio of brood mares that has never though the entries are not all in yet the The greatest olistacle to and an overturned buggy on Bictua li A Roy hav time ago he ate heartily of among otlier the people been equalled by any other stallion number received to date are very hands this 5th day of Mar iU success is now removed So long as u LexingssaL Dick Turpins dam was sired by DoniTHIN COLUMN things buttermilk and uiolatises This factory and make an average of 21 entries Gardeag Plowed phan bv Davy Crocket and out of Elthe Monon in the hands of a hostile po- Â¬ gave rise to inflammation and death reÂ¬ M B FARRIN teacaan management was claiming the Louisville len by Pacing Pilot the sire of Pilot Jr to each of the four purses closed on the Thoroughly and reasonably His remains tor I icjiartinent of Cen- who sired the dams of Nutwood Maud It is not of recent date but here is a above date and those to follow will no sulted from erkonitis of this extension Southern the future C T Wblls were brought to this city for interment 37- Belle Walkers dam S and ii the tin I liere- - was jeopardied Put now since this verbatim order received by a Richmond doubt swell this number to fully 0 for the funeral being preached at the Chris- Â¬ WA IKK Lit IK - S1EAI was sired by Captain Walker the sire of w ith assault aud j d Geo Cunningham won the stay awake the dams of Harry W U work of druggist which he has at last disclosed each class The class of entries received danger baa bean lemoved the black church by Eld I B Grublis He match at Detroit being the only one of and Cheuault construction can lie pushed with the as Â¬ Dear Doctor Please send me a gallon are of the best horses and made by the tian Cloud 217 Garfield sat c Sic Bud A ROY k hipping them tor playing surance that the road will soon become an of whisky a quart of brandy and four most prominent owners in the State At was the sou of John F Bush and had the contestants that avoided sleep for 168 Crooke the sire of Pilot Wilkes was out commenced what promised to be a useful of Lizzie Brinker and she the dam of lioxesof morphine My wife is very sick a meeting to be held by the directors to hours bnportnnt part of Ibis great system By Lucy Fleming Bud Crooke 218 Jlm- business career at Huntington iod what shall I do Res c ith a irst class workman this route Chicago the liest market for inorn w Saturday two new purses will Good front and back rooms on Main Adjutant 227 Odd Fellow 231 and the STATE OF OHIO filly 246 at 2 years old Karr So we Personal mention after the manner of In- offered to close May 1st viz Madison II with Mr S L coal iu the United States will lie nearer suitable for young men Cheap Â¬ Haaui I leceascd was a grandson of the late street in Pilot Wilkes the blood have condensed Be it remem 6th day Fair purse for yearlings one mile dash Richard Fowler near Boonesboroughth8 Apply at Climax office repairing of every lo the giant coal fields of Eastern Keutuckv many esteemed contemporaries 33- of the bet performers that ever lived ol M A is in town for tiottcrs of the county and cousin of G W and S F The aud a purse of SI antiatactMa than to thoaa of Pennsylvania jrI will guarantee hi ill to show a and busi- Â¬ peared M B Karrin John B Mosby Republican was re- much speed for his opportunities as any B is out of town mat Mr Midkitfhas also axÂ¬ Knglish and New York syndicate that and acknowed Jli c ass A7 Phelps at White Hall elected Mayor of Cincinnati by 121 majorihis age in Kentucky colt of C has een in town of the foregoing Article of Incorpi is other departments have lKiught nearly all the land In tween Jeorge Wilkes Simmons is reported It is with sorrow that we perform the ty the other majorities for the Republican Wilkes will make the season of Pilot to be D has been out of town non on Third Beattyville and Pineviile and are prear to have made 201000 last year with his duty of notifying the many friends of the candidate on the Richmond and 1S91 at my stable ranging as high as 9352 K is going out of town ing to spend large sums iu iU devehqv Lexington Turnpike about 9 miles from quintette of Wilkes stallions William deceased of our beloved sister Mrs Mary otarial seal th is Â¬ F will soon return to town etc Alma- L Jay Rird Young Jim Kagle Rird Richmond at Cake Far Sale John Y Kiddle of ment will lie given through shipping faKiuiball wife of Mr Milton Kimball and EDWARDS RITCHIE 2ll und Retterton And well he might daughter of Mr Irve Asbel She died An excellent quality of coke for sale at 15 To Insure a Living Colt been down the river cilities both north and south The liti- nac A man who wears blue clothes and for where is there another farm with two - rious gation growing out of the Mouons guar the new gas works Price 12 c Money due when colt is foaled or mare comparatively in youth of that most stallII the depot parted with M N DRIGGARS Supt last Wedres- - anty o the Beattyville boada could lie brass buttons bought a large lump of stallicns that have a THE STATE OF OHIO dreaded of diseases early in the after Â¬ if only the two rock salt On his wav home he stop ion with a record of 2 and a fourCounty or Hamii CLIFTON BCRGIN Richmond Water and Light Co 44 50 that Riddle had got immediately disposed of in- Â¬ 40noon of Monday April 0th and was I John B Peaslee Clerk of the Court ot at tHi much tangle foot and companies were interested but the bulk ped in at a drug store exhibited the year old stallion with a record of 213 T terred as par her request in her fathers At Anheim California Wednesday 162 Common Pleas a court of record where And then orchard the following evening amidst a shooting out the windows of of the bonds already indorsed have passÂ¬ chunk of salt and expatiated largely Echo answers and for the County and State aforesaid They were ostriches were sold for 6000 ed into the hands of innocent purchasers upon it The mischievous druggist there is Eagle Rird a stake winner at multitude of sorrowing friends r as they came up and Oliver oildo herebv certify that it appears of r But assessed at 11000 and valued at 30000 proceedings slipped the salt out of the paper and put two three and four years aud rejiort in this office that Edward- hose men proceedings and by some who are not partial to these again the blessed hopes with which we name is subscribed to tl annexed ins a eeared Riddles pistol which A judgment will be now entered that will a limestone rock in its place When come ol a wonderful yearling sired by are inspired by the resurrection of the W P Baxter painter and paper hangment was at the tone man led of him by Riddle as soon be satisfactory to both companies aud the the man got home it was night but he bun that can seed with a ftflOhotan dead established by our Redeemer give er doe the best work See him and get or acknowledge bonds that are now outstanding will at couldnt wait so he went out to the cow A brother of Lamps 221 and Tonne us tush cheer and comfort Deceased beÂ¬ a good job irhed in Richmond Riddle 2q- and for a I and qualified an and claim some future time be cancelled by sulisti shed and tumpled the supposed salt into Jim a sire of race horses completes the came a disciple of Jesus somewhat near 1 minister oaths to lake ackno liver owed him 1J0 The tutiug new Kinds w ith a different guaran- the trough but the cow evidently didnt number With the best of his n NEW ADVERTISEMENTS two years ago and has ever since been a of deeds etc chooso from it is not strange that the like salt intervention of Capt leiny how ty that will bo acceptable to the holders follower of the laithful and devoted And further that I am weil acquaint t i Mood shed He is a first cla mechanic and came former owner of the mighty George Savior thus setting an example worthy a with the handwriting of said Edwar In Will Investigate Schwriafartk Wilkts is still at the lront Ritchie and venv beiee that the May Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office m ible woman and a noble cause Mill linage telegram of the from North Carolina The first lay he A Springfield Ills of 01 ac ture to the said 1J Turf Tl e planing mill of Myers the bereaved ha benefitted by the exam- at Richmond Ky for the week ending Hun- Â¬ struck the town he got a place with a Representative David Carse 7th says knowledgment is The Jewett Farm of New York has ple and faithfully walk in the paths of April 14th 1891 prominent contractor He was half way e public sale on Saturday Mr ter has decided to adopt another course Is Testimony iittor I Kidd E B Armstead of unto set my hand and ail nior member of the with regard to Schweinfurth the self homesick when he came and the Sun been made famous by its inclosed track Ii sus and mee her in Heaven as she re Â¬ Agee John TJ Marshall E Mrs said Court at Cincinnati ths 6th day of as it is called It is quested them to do after expressing her Beasley Hanah MiuMille Keziah Mr was the purchaser at 6575 The styled He will day made him more so On Monday or sdiool room messiah of Kockford March A D ISA tiit Iit a iluv Montgomery Lucy Uirlr frm thf ask for the appointment of a commission morniug he started to work and the three eighths of a mile in length List perfect confidence in her salvation and Boyd A J JOHN B P contractor was astonished to see him year was made the first attempt to bring willin die and may the only Brown Sophia Mr Price Marv I Miss By W H Sak and will go right along with power to send for persons and pa cemetery the Jewett trotters before the public child a pretty littli boy of four sum- - Carson Bell Co Quinn Mary Mis wild rush for the jers and to examine witnesses under make a Col nor Lucy Miss Shearer Sam The Sick lie taught to live a noble Christian Curry Henry commission to report to the when they came in sight of the City of The horses were entered mostly in the STATE OF KENTlCKYt Smith Cyndie Mrs W Duncan is out again after oath such The hedge fence was not Illinois Indiana Circuits and the New life is our earnest prayer To all the be- - Degenod Mike Coi sty Smith W R ou or ifefore November UM the Dead Governor rheumatism I L W man York State Circuit The showing made Clerk of the County Walters B F Fletcher M K we say as to the real status of Schweinfurths the least in the way The homesick 1 lyuian Parrish is at his post it the THE RICHMOND Wilson William Â¬ Friend George ev- Â¬ Court for aa all his crew A member grabbed a pine tree and embraced it as if was remarkable and gratifying The re- Weep not dear friends she is not dead Green Ada Mis heaven and foregoing Instrumi Hit of White James bad s eral weeks it had been some dear old North Caro- sult of this early training can not produced to the loth day of Mi of the Legislature wishing to learn Wilson I B King William But sleepeth with the blest Co levensou and little Char- - something of Schweinfurths me in n ed and de- preten lina friend Then he pulled off a branch tiniated but a grand success is predict Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m now in peace she knows no cares iftfa street are very sick d bv G A H je his act and went happily to ed Mr Jewett is enthusiastic over the Money order and registered letter hours Have in stock at their house on Second tions wrote him a letter a few days ago stuck it in his hat and Ii W in Jennings continues in bed Kay naught but bliss and rest was filed certified aa twig was showing of his youngsters on thii track prompt 7 a m to 6 p m Street a variety of and to day received the following inter work The odor of that pine I B WILLIS PM to him what the music of the bagpipe is It has been a very-- important exjieri She did the mandates of the Lord Hr liawrs CamtBg y the foregoing is w ricate duly Believed the truths of God T II llawes the humorist to the Scotch wanderer in foreign lands nient and the outcome which can not will recorded in my of kfokii Iii Aiim5 KindFiueno Wi ited until after the close of the it out in faith and walked therein ij ol urt house next Monday Here is the closing paragraph of a letter Your letter came la hand yesterday 1891 The paths which Jesus trod paigning season will be watched with Proceeds for benefit of Madison evening I assure you that your words from a Louisville man Maj A J Reed That Use Gas for Fnel L W HILL Clc By Chs Tidor titute library Prof Hawes is of kindness touched me very sensitively and we drop it into the Thin Column the greatest interest by horsemen the h deaths angel neer can give One bundled and thirty five shares of They have immense advantages over coal Um- Â¬ 44 47 Should this movi world over the Stock of the Richmond Water and stoves I was over in Columbus O last week ius highly rec- - A call or visit from yourself and a party One mite of uitter sting No smoke no soot no I MMtMnh Light Co No trades Cash only Ad- coal or coal scuttles or asheho the way prove a success it will become a juitent Wnr astured that no one boxes in nr friends w ill be welcome indeed and visited and beheld the workings of ea victry O tis not for them My ni iny nf nulii f Wm B MILLER dress factor in the breeding ol trotters There and consequently no dirt or dust lay attend will regret the time and I shall be happy to see you and to make the Legislature Democratic Governor - will Who to their Savior cling after titni Cartersville Ga 44 45 - pavillion in which persons the aequaitannce of your friends will be Democratic Senate and Democratic House issT ftj r 1nn for lis thank God nW ntfilii ALWAYS READY FOR USE imptij mit Mtynntomw tkmm stand and witness the jogging of the A hoj There are not Republican members 0b The War Patk esteemed an honor to me Who spares as yet to li Stock Farm v k WIS lfJy at J itield of the firm of Concerning my creed let me say that enough in loth bodies to fill the jury horseti and the expense atlnMiMi us walk mrm mr SSSSS Hteni MSMMkln imlliS Cortinuing our stallion notices from box in Judge Rices Court When I VII v Co having aint-in the th stated and indicated in tl n c - III W a t rds aud advertisements print one of them Rads that re an red last week with small aeon on the Mount No one point is was there Â¬ a life the folio room and other the Ouma li s left early Mon- - made more prominent by me than this sembled Cook Potts very- much was try- ing to speak In - one He stood up and b uld thereir Cleveland at 10 sad all intcrmece of stoves and heaters last He black with white points and That we with hi iat men should do to you do ye for recognition for twenty minutes eeded to bean- frn 75 cent for boiling up to 300 for Iu that sweet joyful place in such a way that all passers Ly law had no more show there than your de- by Bm this is all the thorized so to do or maliciously breaking hoi ranges I have too mule colts for sale ai reason cos mattt a w a M N DRIGGARS linquents have in the putting off until sts M N DRIGGARS Hereafter know where to get bar- glass in same able prices Superintendent Union City April 9 1891 44- racket the paymeut of their ton Denmark by Farris four tail 44Superintendent nani il COLYER I am laboring to make the beam of the next month ii w 1 A Washington Special B0 the Louis- Â¬ take water and you ville Times says Several jiro id notice of Water josal8 for a site for the public ays Climax building at Richmond Ky have been me Mb nna picture of filed at the Treasury Department but the man in Arkansas look iu- - officials will not give out any information in regard to the matter They iutend to II - by SchleanL keep everything secret until a site is ac Id tor the aj- - cepted and the title perfected This will iij mieuiio wiinotii au take sunn time and it will probably be street lamp five or six months Deflate the actual conu bean doing some struction of the building will be com- Â¬ Ml week which adds to mence ral residences in Superintendent Wallace Robt Wallace fjt the newly apÂ¬ set a quarter of a pointed Superintendent t vil and General ithout an error the Manager of the R N I B R R is the iie was in the office be right man in the right place His busi tnT work ness qualifications his large expe Â¬ uimenced by Ward- - rience in building and managing railan the lee factory roads warrants the belief that he will alao Irave several private soon have this road completed to Beat ii tyville He will employ several clerks - v ii max We connews secretary stenographer etc M Garrard gratulate the eaaanaarjr in securing the joinery Woodford Estill Fay services of a gentleman so worthy and able a- - i Rolit Wallace VermilU Sim ind Lincoln Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Mr Wm Crow is in Georgia Mrs Kd Rowland has returned Nicholasville from Judge T J Si ott and wife are home sor a stay of three weeks Mrs J R Burnaiii has returned from a delightful stay in Florida Miss Sallie Brown of Meridian Miss is visiting Miss Minna Crutcher Mrs William Arnold spent several days in Lexington the past week Col Bennett Young came up on spec Â¬ ial train Saturday with a party of friends among them Mrs May Viley Jones Mrs Kemp of Lexington is visiting her aunt Mrs Judge Bourne on Main street Mrs George W Rauck of Lexington came over last week to visit Mrs J A subscriptions May God save us all and the Italians A Richmond Bank hands us th pended letter written by a stranger at Mason City Custer county Nebraska giving his name as S King March 20 ISM Deir sire National bank Richmond Kj Well gentlemen and Dear sirs As I have been here seven years am pretty well posted on lands I take this to be a nice and leautiful country soil some parts of it is level and some parts is kind of roll- Â¬ ing but not enough to hurt it ou bet the valleys are nice where I live and honest and resjiective neighlxire through thost parts and also I want to know if ycu will make me your agent to buy land or loan money I think we can loan from ti per cent to 8 per cent as othei couqianys are loaning at per cent and 10 per cent and as the eastern agents tell t ic men here If they will giv they will loan them a bigger loan and as you know that is not right also you men there otherize men there to loan at t per cent anil that is not treating the honest farmer right and I I want to buy me a nice farm here of 160 acres and it is worth from the way they loan uionty here alxmt s000 there at acres brokout on it now send me a letter in haste if you will loan me the n and I will send you the dee in I am l4 years of age and I want care to settle down and goto work and an lave had a drouth if and of your friends wants to help the friends in my neighborhood send it as did in my all bee of charge and 1 w ill let it to those who need it I think the western men have done well as there several eastern men here yonn truly please print this letter and oblige me in a Ky pepper Â¬ First dam by Mill- enmark by Godders Denmark by Farris four mile horse by Imp Hedge ford second dam by Cannon Whip third dam by Rifleman fourth dam a thoroughbred mare Betsy Harrison Dil Jard IJerryman four miles south of Waco on the Big Hill road Rulie Hill stands at 10 black with Bired by white points and 3 yearold Silas Hills King Forrest Mambrino First dam by Old Rabe he by Mundv Pony out of a mare by Kavanaughs Grey Eagle Rube Hills second dam is regis- Â¬ tered and is by Williams Mambrino by grand Krickson by Mambrino Chief dam out of a thoroughbred daughter of G J White Son Imp Sovereign near Kingston Governor MeOeary is a splendid Nor- Â¬ man Pereberon itij hands high and a dapple Gray of extra weight an excellent draft horse and atandat10 i J White A Son near Kingston The combined stallion Red Chief form- Â¬ erly owned by G J White A Sun stands By at 10 at the old I N Peavine Jr Peavine Sr by Ratler by first Lockbridge Chief Peavine Jrs dam by Wagoner second by Collier third Red Chiefs by Parks llambletonian first dam by Copperbottom second dam by Old Coppertom third dam by Jim I by Imp Hedgeford Pragma It U very important in this age of vast material progress that a remedy be pleas- Â¬ Notice to prospective Water consumers ing to the taste and to the eye easily tak- Â¬ If you make application for water while en acceptable to the stomach and healthy the pipe are being laid and ditch is open Possessing these in front of your premises the tap will be in its nature and effects qualities Syrup of Figs is the one perfect made without any extra charge If the laxative and most gentle diuretic known To Applicants for Water EVERY ONE MADE Aiicles - of - IncsrporatioQ OF THE The LAN authorities tra train on the Maysville will leave Maysville every oclock and run through without change and return late in the evening giving passengers the benefit of six or seven hours in the city Pari Newt ditch has to be re opened afterwards for the tap to be made a charge of 50 will will put an ex- Â¬ be imposed for the tap Make opplica M N Driggars Supt of branch which tion to LIGHT CO RICHMOND WATER morning at two 44- to Louisville SOUTHERN LUMBER CO by these presents HAPPY MY LINE OF that we NOTICE 10 CREDITORS Notice Farrin of Wyomi ilton county Ohio Walter ington Ky and G A Roy at Ford M B t Know all men Oak Hill Stack Karat W C Rogers of Lebanon Ky in ordering Quinns Ointment adds following It is the best thing I have postscript This is the universal expressever used For ion from Maine to California Curbs Splints Spavins winpuffs Bunches it takes the lead it Â¬ against J C PARRISH 5 D PARRISH have become incorporated for the transac- Â¬ tion of business hereinafter set out iiader the name of THE SOUTHERN LIMBER COMPANY Co All persons having claims against ParCo are hereby notified to rish Bros present same to me properly proven and verified on or before the Jist day of September iSyl at Rchmond Ky by order of Madison Circuit Court 1 Shoes Hats AND R BURNAM Rurglars went through the residence of Mrs Mary Hendricks at Frankfort Wednesday morning and stole jewelry and money aggregating 2500 belonging to Mrs Chapman Coleman wife of the Secretary of Legation to Rerlin Literary Notf Sir Edwin Arnold Her is presented English poet and by portrait and bio- - Commissioner 44 47 Madison Circuit Court WANTED 100000 POUNDS OF WOOL We are in the market again this season for Wool anil will p at Kirks- al of your woo and before idling as wc are confidrnt we can Correspondence make it to jour interest Respectfully solicited BRO J B WALKER Kirksville Ky l l Furnishing - Goods IS NOW COMPLETE With all the powers which may or can be e General granted under C Statutes of the C Among tucky said com j pow er to have perpeua succession to sue be and rporate name Lave a common sea r same at pleasure of stock holders trans scribe the mode o making to exempt the pr bers trom make cor ertv possessing ment o 2 I Allen which contains lrom ire of dam of tie World 00 sire of this famous poem The Boston Letter 38 sold lor 5000 Reviews and Miscellany are newsy bright dam of Belle Vara and Erick Jrs dam by a colt of Gen Taylor and well done and with the Notes Enibrv iV Park 2 miles south of Waco illustrations mirror everything of interest Australian colonies that are now to busy people in the busy world of litera-- I have all the latest novelties and at prices within the reach of nil My lire of ison co the Com p to be tra transportat REMOVAL HIGHSHOES J logs sa lumber and otherwise ma same into and selling all real ai the erecting and opetramway road- each and every other act necessary to such a business 4 The capital stock of said company Â¬ Â¬ LOW CUT Shm Â¬ Â¬ Es6r Rbs Notice to Creditors DONTBUY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Style Ths 1 1 1 Â¬ the Â¬ 5- KING RICHARD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WALLACE 11 Â¬ 1 5- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Closing Out QUIT BUSINESS As Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 7- - Â¬ PILOT WILKES - I Â¬ Â¬ the senior mem ber of the firm W A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 22 - Â¬ Â¬ I Powell has been pointed postmaster ot Richmond which sition will require all his time and atten tion we have decided to close out our Clothing and Shoe ness We will there fore sell at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ greatly from three-year-o- ld Â¬ reduced prices - Â¬ Ui STOVES this day forward The greater part of our goods is new and the prices are marked Â¬ LIST OP LETTERS Â¬ UllsTf BB down to little above cost while for the others we will take less than cost tji I Â¬ Water and Light We have Clothing of the best materials and latest styles 1 ery description oi Hats a variety Shoes I FOR SALE 10 REWARD COOKING STOVES of Gents Furn ishing Goods brellas Valises and various other goods Come now 1 3000 --j d- Â¬ POWELLTAYLOR ah nasi mile com fds m OLIVER PLOWS B NEWS OF OTHER COUNTIES JESSAMINE Died Brown Hoover aged MONTGOMERY 1 1 years 10 of whom are now living 6 sons and 4 daughters All are married and hae re IN lamuies except uic wucti j9 grand and 5 great grand children I had almoit uninterrupted good health up to about s year ago when I had a bad spell jf pneumonia and my weight of 210 KENTUCKY J5TATE NEW j Bogie aped 30 Dulcina Burroughs Died Mrs W F Mr Bosworth W P aged 74 I Christian church at Junction City Then Oscar Sweeney died at Lancaster lat I and mv wife united with the Christian He was a church at Stanford week aged about 40 year I was selected to be merchant son of the old time merchant com an elder in that church but declin J G Sweeney and a popular man He ed on account of my age and affliction leaves a wife and children Trc inclement weather has kept the u ua crowd of spectators from the cirBOLRBON cuit court and were it not for the ringing formerly Presi of the Court house bell even the town Rev Geo T Gould people would not know that it is in sesdent of the Millersburg Female College Kentucky that he is sion in writes to friend case of Higginbotham against the at Las Vegas New Mexico uccesfully L The N lit tor 10000 resulted Friday in a Also states editing a Democratic paper verdict for the plaintiff for only 1000 that he ha two bright beautiful children Mr Higganbotham was badly hurt in the product of his last marriage Paris the yard at Rowland and it was proven Record that it was the tault of the railroad company it is generally conceded that he should have had at least hall of what he for Died Mrs Mary Elizabeth Hardesty sued G B and Eph Pennington vs the L suddenly while at the Catholic church X for the killing of a couple of Mr Amanda Holland temporarily at hor eslailroad got 300 They sued for 800 Orlando Florida Mrs Mary Middleton The Cincinnati Southern railroad vs William Purcell aged 18 aged 84 years the Cincinnati and Green River railroad Large quantities of coal hae of late which has been on the docket for some been stolen Irom cars on the side tracks three years was settled Saturday mornTwenty five bushels were ing in favor of the former The C S at Danville taken from a car one afternoon Several road sued for violation of their contract O R iu regard to freight parties have been arrested and are in with the chr rges and received 15 000 jail Â¬ Â¬ GARRARD pounds reduced down to 165 pounds My self lind wife joined the Christian church in the year 1S37 In due time I was ap pointed a deacon which office I held unThen til Wv death of my father in 1855 I was chosen elder and exercised that office with others until the removal of the WOOUFORD Dicd- - Mrs SHACKELFORD DKALEKS IN ALL KINDS FOH SXiS ZQY GENTRY O- F- Agnetta Fleming aged Si Woolums Midways defaulting postmaster continues in jail at Covington Wm E Rau for manv years a prosperous confectioner at Midway has disappeared leaving his business and family A Hard Corner The contemplated visit of Senator The age of 30 u a hard corner for a Ingalls to Senator Blackburn has John still harder been postponed until about the first of woman to turn and She feels that she is fast leaving her May youth behind her But there is no reason Â¬ Â¬ 1 N G W Skler who sueo the L Co for 750 damages sustained to his wagon and horses in a tuaawat caused by a passing train compromised with the company for joo The monument case ofG G Wine against J S Owsley Sr was begun yesterday and will not likely Stanbe completed before noon to day ford Journal Â¬ Hardware Tinware BLACKSMITHS Wooflenware AND WAGON MAKERS House Fniii Goofls TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Ill l Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds Mil Kv March 19 1890 OETAlrf TjSAOQT7ArKTED WITH THE GEOORAFTIT Or THE COUNTRY MUCH VALUABLE nfFORMATION FSOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF ihmam - Will FARLEY smiths KIMS n why a woman should be faded and passe ESTIIL at 35 or even at 4c The chiel cause of A son has been born to the wife of E early lading of American women is lound B Scrivner at Millers Creek and named in the fact that many of them suffer Vernon L Vaughn in honor of the from some form of feinaie weakness or The happy father is disease which robs the face of its bloom County Clerk charged with having perpetrated the lol- draws dark circles about tne eyes bring early wrinkles and sallowness and stamps loping the face and figure with signs of ill Your racket cease you Irvine chaps health Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip Who boast of ten pound toy For Millers Creek neer shows her hand tion will cure all these troubles will bring back the lost bloorn and remove With less than twelve for boys the pain and ailments which make woThe standard Fairbanks tell the tale men grow old belore their time Guar That leave vou in the ditches anteed to give satisfaction in every case He tipped the beam at full twelve pounds or price 00 refunded With neither shirt nor breeches Â¬ Â¬ 1 A Corliss or a Jumbo he This scion of our nation And when he thinks to rouse the folk He shakes the whole plantation HllVi TIIK MfcN Dlltfck 422 WLM The soil and climate here are such The drink and grub assisting One of the oldest houses in That twelve and often sixteen pound I marked at each enlisting Kentucky ke ps a variety of These all are well attested facts No idle mothers for black Sworn to by talesF ofHood M D IRON WROUGHT R By Remus 1igg and other WHEELS oilier SPOKES and supplies Best for FAYETTE maker makes of Miss Eleanor Elliott of Lexington and III R S Davis ot St Louis married Rev R S Hitchcock D D years ago a teacher in Lexington died last week at Hoilida sburg Pa aged 74 Mrs Anna Murphy sister of Miss Geoyhegan and Mrs T W White of this city died at her home in London England March 30th of heart failure She left three daughters and one son in London the eldest of the daughters the wile of Sir Charles Woley of StaHorc near London one son in New York one Mrs Murphy was a in San Francisco native of Ixington Her funeral took place in London last Friday Transcrip On April 13 the Court of Common Pleas will begin its term The docket which closed Friday evening is the larg- Â¬ est that has been made up for several years past It consists of ninety seven equity cases that were brought over from the la t term forty five new appearances seenty four common law cases from last term and seventy seven common law appearances Eight of the one hundred and fifty two cases docketed are against the Cincinnati New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railroad Company four against the Louisville Southern six against the Newport News and Mississippi Valley two against the Louisville and Nashvil e two against the Belt Electric Line and one agint the Lexington City Railwiy Companw Twelve of the equity cases docketed are for divorces and the coming term may proe a most interesting one Lexington Leader CLARK FARMING IMPLEMENTS ftnd Fine AMMUNITION FIELD SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE ami lest Cfiitti OUT AlLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT GKICftSG - RQGsS KLMiD PI gtiFVtnn to the house where fathers and U J grandfathers half a century lr t aacnificskt vest rg Cars n7 o FAVCR1TC TOURIST W 17- - L FAELEY Successor to John Farlev A TYIBWE1TER PQR EQTBXI THE ROCK ISLAND IS oa pna ir THI LJ5 z uiun Tickets Map Tin EL -- em Tra 1 ST JOHN ii UjO U JOHN SEBASTIAN Pa Agt DR G W EVANS G W EVANS JR GW Evans EM ESIAIE AC EFTS Son COLLECTORS ID The Mo Marvelous Achievement in Leap anil uselul machines It does good Operate entirely automatically pie in construction Has no parts lable to wear out Is compact in form Is well made and light in weight and neatly finished Will write rapidly with practice The Meritsof this Machine call forth tire highest praise and testimon-iifrom hundreds Because It has no ribbons to wear out Leaves every word visible to the operator as soon as printed Requires no skill or practice to operate Operates by use of One Hand only Its size and weight adapts it to travelers Is an educator lor the young The legibility and beauty of its work recommend it to the use cf all beautiful and useful machine c presented FREE to every new for one years Magazine Send at once before the present supply is ex hausted i - sjo Â¬ RICHMOND KY sell and exchange Real Estate and give attention to the Estate and general collection business jn all of its details Real rty at once for February catalouge Buy 4- - BELFORIiS MAGAZINE CO 860 Broadway New York CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJETONS NEW CARRIAGES h - Livery - Still f P - O -- NEW SURRIES mv- - -- B r My vehicle NEW SULKIES are nil new and of the Very latest patterns They are for sale on the most reasonable teuit If yon want a vehicle corse and nee me and you wont g home without nue 5- JOHN DONKLHON Euggies Ism m Harness id r 5 Q 0 our The Columbian Cyclopedia seems to me to strike a happy medium between the loose superficial works and the too elaborate and profound ones which tew are competent or desirous of using Most of the larger general cyclopedia are overloaded with a mas of technical science and official detail that i embarrassing In the Court of appeals the case of and useless to ordinary readers The eminently Jines vs McEwan that for several years Columbian isand carefully practical suffcompiled well occupied our courts was decided This iciently full was a suit concerning a lot of wheat got up convenient in form and extent remarkably cheap and as I should judge bought by Jones Bros from McEwan It was shipped from Pine Grove and admirably adapted to families and genI think that if properwhen it reached Newport News en route eral consultation ly presented to the public it will have a for exporation the price was docked The case hinged on Uie question as to very wide sale and be an exceedingly whether or not the wheat was accepted useful work There is ample room in by Tom tones at PineGrove or not Alter the market for a Cyclopedia like this several hung juries McEwan won in the which combines likewise the advantage lower court It was cairied to the Su of being an excellent Dictionary of the perior Court and afterwards to the Court English Language For free specimen pages address the ol Appeals the decisions of the lower publishers The Columbian Publishing Wincourt being affirmed each time Co 393 Pearl St New York chester Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aged 91 years A J A slier of Ford has levied on nhe property of the Ky Coal Iron and Development Company in Bell and other counties to satisfy a debt of 103000 The State Board of Equalization has notified the County Judge of a determination to raise the tax on 5 per cent on land and S on town lots Col H P Thompson ha brought suit against Ben Talbott of Lexington and Archer Harmon of Louisville for o 000 for the purchase monev of a over two thirds interest in izS acres of land suburbs of Winchester This is an echo of the boom of a year ago On Friday the family carriage horse of Mayor F P Pendleton was attacked by hydrophobia and died in great agon v He would place his head against the wall and push with such force that his feet would slip from under him In one of his paroxysms it is thought his neck was broken About the same time several dogs were bitten some of which are still at large an J further cases of rabies may follow Winchester Democrat in Mason county Â¬ Capt Lee Hathaway has a small Bible that he carried with him all through the war Abel Rees brother Maj Rees Proprietor of the Rees House died at his home Â¬ The conundrum of womans marrying an inferior creature like man is insoluble no doubt for many feminine minds Measured by a feminine Ktamlanl of fection the male citizen is woftillv deficient But there is also it appears a masculine standard bv which some pre Â¬ sumptuous persons have at times under Â¬ taken to measure woman with results of a very depressing character The Lon Â¬ don Globe tells a storv of one Thomas Nash a married man wbose frame of mind after a protracted exjierience was by M means optimistic Nisli says the Globe in 1813 bequeathed J0 a year to the ringers of the Abbey Church at Westminster on condition of their ring- Â¬ ing on the whole peal of bells with exap peta niultled various solemn changes on the 14th of May in every year that being the anniversary of mf wedding day and also on the anniversary of my decease to ring a grand bob major and merry mirthful peals unuiuffled in joyful commemoration of my happy re irom domestic tyranny and wretch Â¬ It is pleasant to turn from this edness failure of the institution to produce per fected bliss to the hopeful disosition of the man who according to the Globe not long ago left a large sum of money to his nephew on condition that he would get married in six months and not be a miserable old bachelor like his uncle These examples probably prove nothing for or against marriage as an expedient thing from the mans point of view They only show that it may le a melan Â¬ choly thing not to wed and that marry- Â¬ ing may be the lieginning o unspeakable woes They do not even enforce Punchs proverbial advice to young peoÂ¬ ple contemplating matrimony Dont These examples only show the nei of extreme delilieration iu so important A projected marriage has to a matter be considered from many sides It is a matter of sentiment with financial con- Â¬ sequences It is a question of congeniality of tastes and a harmonious mother-in-laAge culture amiability and health not to speak of beauty are top- Â¬ ics of interest in such a connection jt Â¬ Â¬ Thk following fourth claaa poat mastera for Kentucky were commia sloned a few daya ago S L Foster Montfort Washington county rice W W Carey resigned L O Gates Pace ton Muhlenberg county rice L O Lyle married E King Sanes Estill county vice John Sanes removed D Oliver Select Ohio county vice A S Keown resigned J D Barnett War field Martin county vice A L Barret resigned Two shots were fired by an unknown assassin at Judge J T Carvin of Cor ington the other night through the LalorsOid Stand corner Main rear door of his office without effect evening the and B Streets Richmond Ky At Frankfort the other members of the constitutional conren tion were tendered a banquet and ball by the citizens Though hastily gotten up it was a most successful affair The music had to be brought from Cin- Â¬ cinnati all of the Louisville and Lex Â¬ ington bands being engaged Every body enjoyed the affair to the utmost The charity ball giren at the opera house Lexington the other night for the benefit of the Protestant infirmary was a brilliant success in every particu- Â¬ Fresh - Choice - Groceries lar The receipts from the Bale of tickets aggregated about 2500 Will Mrs Mary Elliott Sstder wife of purchased by the new firm Mr George Snyder died at New Haven be sold at exceedingly reasonable the other night She was ninety one years of age the last score of which she prices has been an invalid So far as any opinion on the subject has yet been reported from the know Â¬ FULL MEASURE ing citizens in the fruit regions the fruit crop was not injured by the last and DOWN WEIGHT cold spell Gov BrcKSEK has set Wednesday June 10 1891 as the day for the hang ing of Lcn James a negro gambler of Fulton county who in the fall of 1889 killed a Chicago railroad man named bought and sold at Market Prices Dolan James crept up behind Dolan who was standing at the depot waiting L C0LEY CO for a train and shot him to death and 42- then discovered he was a stranger and not the man he was looking for Ik a boyish quarrel at Morganfield some days ago Beef Haynes aged 16 years was cut by his brother Whit Haynes two years younger The boy died a few days later and it is necessa Â¬ ry to watch his brother to prevent him committing suicide At Henderson a few mornings ago THE NEW GROCERY FIRM Lem Wilson came out of a saloon and remarking that he wanted to kill some- Â¬ body turned upon Abe Jones and -- HERK8QH H1GGIH- Sshot him dead J B Tallk a carpenter fell from the roof of a house in Lexington and -- STAPLE AND FANCY- was badly hurt board of equalization ad Â¬ The state journed a few days ago In round num QueBsware bers the total increase of valuations for 1891 over 1890 is about 024300000 mak Â¬ ing the total taxable valuation of the State nearly S537000000 Bluswsire Woodenware Seven of the twelve prisoners in the Russellyille jail escaped tha other after Â¬ noon Among those at liberty are four LARGE ASSORTMENT OF murderers At the Louisville and Nashville de- Â¬ pot Louisville at midnight the other night 81000 in silver was stolen from an express wagon The driver Louis Jasper left his wagon a moment to Now is the time of year for you step into the office a few feet away and to purchase have the express agent at the depot sign for the packages he had brought When he returned the money bag con tainining one thousand silver dollars had disappeared 1 he money was going Clover Timothy and all other Field from the U S Treasury to the Nothern Seeds at lowest cash prices bank at Clarksville Tenn Joseph Ballman the agent at the depot had signed for the package and is responsi- Â¬ ble for the money ill Enj ill Produce While returning home from Bards town late the other evening the horse attached to the buggy containing Mrs At the Highest Market Trice Thomas Speed and her nephew little Willie Speed became frightened and ran away throwing both out It is and feared that Mrs Speed is seriously in- Â¬ jured The boy escaped with a few bruises elephone lines in Central Ken HIQQINS tucky which were broken down by the sleet at Christmas have just been put in operation again connecting a circuit of towns Garrard county mourns a loss of 566 in population since 1880 CHICKEN At Versailles Joe Wheat was cleared He claimed of the charge of murder it was accidental The testimony was Cholera Cure He killed John Lewis at a conflicting negro festival The taxable wealth of Lee county has Increased fifty three per cent since JLC0LEYC0 Staple Fancy A ci D RUFF MEW GEOCERfJ W CTodd B iMM2fc JiYcSs GROCERS 40w7T jTh- - - New Firm WTCHMflXERJEWELER DEAIKK IN li - d3 h HI Main St below First Jf y TL uwfifiiiaa Queensware Glassware Tinware Hardware New Goods Woodenware Kilver and A LAI cfal Watches Clocks Jewelry Ftated ware etc BawaM attention given to CANNED GOODs FKTTINQ DAMONDS Tobacco aad Cigars rsWV - IT IP t aCOUNTRY IRODUt highest marl AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONFS REPAIRING Promptly done and in a workmanlike I Â¬ Country Produce J manner Cash your cos nuicn ai buy your Groceries from Paid for Old Gold and Silver Dont torget the place Kicl moud I to the 30- next door Ky 3- WCTODD - EBQ HH N snan uam iftol CnO--- ila0 J200 VDIFS JMRIFFE 1 yWMkl ir fwyjm w nmmmmmWLmmW 2nn I75 UBQYS Sanita nnber and Baa P 1P CtHTmm Lad lea no 1 75 Mi H DEALER IN ALL k SEs Â¬ bsriss CIUDEUUS speclal lem GUIEL W L DOUGLAS eo lie On 3 SHOEbottom forA1dreare war etc tamped oo ranted ami W L amd other LOlLASBracktoMtM aoUby CANNED GOODS JACK FREEMAN GAS FIXTURES BATH TUBS PowersHagan DRUGGISTS 1 ny And all kin Plumbing done WTO FIELD SEEDS Itatry HOSE it Comer Haiti and Fint Streets RICHMOND KENTUCKY em SANITARY STYLE All i COME SEE US Â¬ sThERNDON PRESCRIPTIONS day and carefully compounded niht by an experienced phv i cian and pharmacist the rules of the pany R AsNTEH S DRUGS GORMLEY -- the 1890 Â¬ Â¬ Baltimore Suit tireat Cyclopedia The twenty second volume of the Co- Â¬ lumbian Cyclopedia is announced as just ready the entire set is to be com Â¬ pleted the present year in 32 volumes aggregating about 16000 pages Its price is remarkably cheap only 25 00 easy installment for the entire set with terms to those who want them The high character of the work is vouched for by innumerable witnesses among others by Prof James Strong S T D Editor of McClintock Strongs Cyclopedia of Biblical Ecclesiastical and Theological Literature who speaks of it as A Â¬ Â¬ j follows all in ki Trie LINCOLN propose to furaitsh- c if r - f - nt all kii C5 Dr J T LEE 0 20 91 Woodburn Av Cincinnati iiel II arded month by lh s 0 P3 SO a B 9t m 5 -TW -1 mw jmSmmm Hss Bought and Soli r as 53 -- m 7t 1S I Bit ana W itwutKi OtlMafr4itef MweiL Wkv nwm Tm cum ham hen fi titifAuna rrr fcf o Awiiu 4e the work aad Hvt u wimur ml nroiif iU Jfiy Alr W are b row 9ft yoc bew tfcrm fc Kra n - iilulrtV fHoK 1 lvrltualcila POE ilaiful ParllMilaH aOg ir hauling of every kind hat w UI LOT Sill 5 o - ground aav J Fv BAILi i U MYERS MVgr II e cr 2 offer for sale the residence and Journal on Third street Eighty foot The Stanford Journal prints a portrait new house with three room kitch- - of J L Dawson aged 04 rears aijkd-a c All in good biographical sketch liar outbuildings His wife is 79 The On street car line sketch says We hare been married G W PICKELS nearly 59 years bare raised 13 children Rev Allen Butt has lost his mind Joe Cain aged 40 has four living wives and one dead Died Silas Mullens aged 80 years Burkett Hughes aged 62 Prof Piper fell and broke his nose and Cyrus Eason jumped from a wagon and broke his leg Numerous tramp present but the In terior Journal wisely advines the people not to give them anything The Stat Board of Equalization increased Lincolns taxes 1 per cent on land and 5 011 lots No mail was carried on the Richmond Branch of the K CMonday Mr J L Dever was ordered to Louisville Bun day to be examined and claims that he got too sick either to come home or to notify Capt Jenks Mrs Courts notified that gentleman however and Mr Eugene Hilt was sent out the next day I e vers was ready to go on the next M r day after and went and so far as we have heard the case has not been investigated yet It is a pretty serious thing to knock the people out of the mails that they expect and are entitled to Stanford Â¬ Â¬ Willi tne Art Amateur for April I given a superb Color Study of Lilacs by H K El three little Ma22x15 by F D Briscoe in oils rine View and a set of three Ribbon Plates in gold and colors for China Painting by Lucy Comins are also indubed The black and white supplements contain some fine Embroidery Designs the last of a set c f Carved wood Chair Backs and a quanti various ty of working drawings for The Art branches of decorative ait School of Cincinnati is concluded this month A very valuable paper on Charcoal Drawing by Frank Powlt r is illusreproductions trated bv fint facsimile after J F Millet E Adan G H Bough In the house ton and Bastien Lepage a paper on Old Chairs and Solas repro Â¬ duces many interesting old examples The article on Alphonse Legros contains a facsimile oi a study of a horse made by the artist at the age of sixteen hitherto unpublished and three heads in chalk that are of peculiar value Avery interesting illustrated series of Travel Notes in Europe An Art Students Holiday with Seven Weeks for 230 abroad full details of expenditure route and lodging is commenced in this numbc Price 35 c Montague Mark Pub 23 Union Square New York Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I colored fann Dennis Lane a er of Mason county is the father of thirteen children and has forty eight grand children and twenty eight He is seventy four years old and hale and sprightly well-to-do Â¬ Â¬ from Louisville that in that vicinity were injured by the frost the other night touMDis is organizing a local immigration bureau The following postmasters were an Â¬ nounced a few days ago J It Ramsey Conway Bock Castle county C W Brockman Finley Taylor county C O Jaynes Howard Mason county The saloon keepers of Paducah ob Â¬ jected to being selected as the only class against whom the Sunday closing law should be enforced and the screws are to be applied to everybody alike Louisa Lawrence county is trying to organize a bank Preparations are being made to build coke ovens at DeKoven on the Ohio Valley railroad Thk mayor of Owensboro wants that city to issue 200000 of bonds in order to pave its streets A movement is on foot to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of the state of Kentncky on June 1 1892 Kentucky had civil govÂ¬ ernment for several years as a county of Virginia and then as a territory be Â¬ ing finally admitted to the Union as a state June 1 1792 As the first state founded in the M ississippi valley it has a pretty good right to celebrate its centennial Thk discovery has been made at Lou isville that a license was issued recent ly permitting a man to marry his niece Carroliton citizens are in rebellion against the public scales monopoly claimed by the town authoritiea A veneer factory has begun work at Columbus TO SUBDUE WEEDS Hw to Ksep the Farm Clew of Obnox Â¬ ious Pleat Growths One important point in keeping a farm clear from weeds is to see that these germs are not imported in pur-Â¬ chased seeds Weeds are often intro- Â¬ duced by the fanners own animals Horses that hare been fed at the town stables and cattle that hare been al Â¬ lowed to forage on the highways may each be the means of bringing obnox- Â¬ ious weeds onto the farm For the hoed crops clean cultivation is the an Â¬ tidote Cut the weeds off at the surÂ¬ face of the ground at a time when they are at their best that Is at the tune of flowering and before the seed has grown sufficient to germinate This is the best method of dealing with seeds where they hare become a pest in meadows and pastures In the latter sheep are rery efficient weed destroy Â¬ ers as they will browse closely many rarieties that cattle will not touch In some countries it Is said there are fields enflrely free from weeds owing to rery high cultivation and careful seÂ¬ lection of seeds and manures Such reÂ¬ sults are not to be expected in tbia country and we shall continue to hare weeds as heretofore bat they can be kept in such subjection aa to reduce their injurious effects to a minimum Where they terra no better use they at least give evidence of the soils fertil- Â¬ ity Unless rich ground is closely cov Â¬ en d with useful plants it is quite cer Â¬ tain to produce weeds Nothing sur paiaes clover for smothering weeds If sown thickly and stock is kept off from it after the mowing so that some of the seed from the second crop will be scattered it will gain complete po setslon of the field to the exclusion of the weeds N Y World the peach blossoms It assessment is reported Medicines Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS c HAS TIIK FINEST LINE OF yaffil Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the Â¬ Saddlery AND POWERS k HAGAN discovery of a remedy that positively cures k has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Â¬ WE KEEP IIHIM SMS Trolta AND hi Outits RICHMOND HAS EVER BAD FOR SALE BY HARDWARE Â¬ Brooks Middelton Â¬ Â¬ WHEAT ullu FLOUB FARMERS having Wheat should not fail to visit u now We have a Sixty Barrel Full Roller Mill in operation and are turning out For Sale Our Goods are of excellent quality and our PRICES REASONABLE WCGormleyiCa C T WELLS Repurine of Tinwue t LowEues Floor That Sut be fyuBri A fcWjyiiiil Tin Only a square from the Â¬ Br any other Mill in this country Merchants should patronize home institutions when thev can do as well You will find our flour at all first class groceries Ask for SPECIALTY OK Potts Duersons Gold Dost Bridgeforth Cooking and Beating Stoves You dont have to send depot away Or PURITAN it cant be best Custom grinding daily We want your wheat and corn at market prices Ycurs respectfully CodMySHHMjCLAUDE SMITH h- POTTS 4- DUERSON 5 CO HOTEL Soft Cal - and Anthracite nui ana uuiup NOTICE Mr P J ONeill who has been working for Mr S L MidkitT the past season is now in butines with Mr James Allman and they are prepared to do al kinds of work such as 16 done in a first class shop on the shortest possible notice Mr itman and makes ONeill is a a spec Mr is the test S L Midk horse shoer he ever saw Thev are also prepared to do all kinds ol CARRIAGE WAGON BLACKSMITHING wood Â¬ c work general farm work We base not got a three story shop but we hsve ample room to accommodate our custo- Â¬ Give us a call mers Shop on Main St adjoining C T Foxs Liverv Stable Â¬ ALEXANDERS - Quickest Deliver LOWEST PRICES Seventh and Market Streets Louisville Will Kentucky O Y TVISI Church Next to 2d Presbyterian Open Mondat March 2nd Having sod out our entire interest in the hotel on Jefferson street we have removed to our old stand that we occupied SWISS COTTAGE 5 for rear so successfully at Seventh and Market streets are now Sitting it up in to 0 foot slev Orchard Street elegant shape new throughout and the OJ EEN AN N E COTTAGE outfit in every war will be elegant includfoot alley Halite lot ing one of Hales Safety Passenger and baggage Elevators with all the late improvements We want all of our old friends to come We promise and see us in our old home you that our Rooms Table and Service shall be second to none in the land My wife Mrs Jo B Alexander wants to be remembered to all her lady friends and site will be glad to see them and give thetn a hearty reception 6 rooms ech llillsoaaa A vast lots all well finished FOR SALE mT I- - TWO FRA THaaa El 3S47 ALLMAN ONEILL Etsam Thrasher fur Sale power 2- 40x150 feet Fifth Street separate or a avt BUILDING a wrioie First class Thrasher with 12 horse traction Engine and 36 inch In good repair Slw I am your better half now Separator Termseasv He Yes and yon ought to be Tott JOHN GRADY Kirksviile Ky are the most eipensire hall Grin They Asreed Fare 0ii Tcr Day JO 36 3 B cox 160 fee ea- - ALEXANDER Makaokr For Drice M f