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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- l ip j HSa ill I1 B R No 22i f Tfc- fc I I Ta I U S 1 1VO u r VOLUME IV ATTOKNKYK RAILROADS IV RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 22 1891 R 17- NUMBER 45 HIOOKE4 OOBB A YTORXEYSA TLA N FAST Time Tabu 9 31 R SPANISH TREATY New Reciprocity Agreement With the United States SPAIN MAKES CONCESSIONS That Can Never be Recalled Without Losing Her Grip on Ouba PRECIOUS STONES BLAINES REPLY To the Last Note From the Italian Government The Federal Government Will Not Prosecute the Leaders of the New Orleans Mob tnles the State Authorities Fall Duty The Claim for Indemnity M ill Not be Krcognlted by Tills Government The Case Clearly Stated in BtatUtlea About the Irodurtlon of Them In the United States Highest of all in Leavening Power Govt Report Aug 17 1889 nioimoxB office on First Ntrrit I Kkntvi kv No WEST No ji A K y T HI RNAM TTORXEYS A T L A W 11 Fin a r h 7 40 7 4 7 48 7 53 7 57 8 oi In Effect Monday April 6th 1891 mm rrX A M 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1 27 10 m 35 M 5 37 6 15 7 A M Rk ii mono l I Kent t- 1 AM1 r No 2 p M 12 No 1 1 4 No Mix 8 No Mix RefKloncenii Thin street M 1 v i W EVANS - SCfAX AXL RkIIMOM t Ar rTis Lv Pan Wmchetrr Newtowa kichmond via K C 6 10 7 s S - RGEOX KUfTVCKV S- tcnirevillc iround 7 48 8 30 2 05 58 33 12 30 3 40 4 50 4 50 6 50 7 20 7 55 8 15 8 45 6 902 850 625 638 7 7 7 S 31 00 520 535 10 ig 10 36 14 flice Si cnnil Street i - Ar It- rn 10 j l TATLOR in Medi cine and - 00 47 53 10 Practitioner RniiMovi urn Surgery Orwcerj-3- - Kentucky Iyket - Trains daily except Sundav GEO B HARPER Gen Supt Vfrnon Clark Gen Pfeas Agt Gmmmm m Omct Frankfort Kv r7-- JK s M LETCUER JHISICIA X AND S RCBON - RhiiMosti - - Kentucky street - y l-- ps 3S c CO -- X m C advices received at the state depart Â¬ ment indicate that the new treaty with Spain has been concluded It comes within the provisions of the reciprocity clause of the McKinley bill and ex Minister John W Foster who negoti- Â¬ ated the terms of the treaty will soon be back in Washington with the full text Secretary IHaine gave Mr Fos ter definite instructions before he de- Â¬ parted that he should make no concesÂ¬ sions for our government beyond those made in the McKinley bill and that he should make clear to the Spanish cabinet the distinctions between the powers of the president over the duties on sugar hides coffee and tea and his powers over the tariff on other articles not named in the reciprocity section He was directed especially to make it plain that our government would not surrender the duties on tobacco as desired by the Spaniards Mr Foster followed his instructions so well and with so thorough a knowledge of the Spanish language and character that the Spanish government promptly gave way They desired at first to open Cuban markets to a few articles of no great commercial importance in return for the opening of our markets to free sugar They proposed that a separate treaty should then be made in which they should admit American flour to Cuba at reduced duties in return for the admission of Cuban tobacco to this country Mr Foster nde it clear that such an arrangement could not be made and that if Spain did not yield a reasonable return for free sugar the duty on sugar would be relmposol on January 1 1893 Mr Foster had the advantage over the Spanish government of offering them the alternative of accepting his terms or inviting insurrection in Cuba which was likely to end in the ss of the isl- Â¬ and and its annexation to the United Sta es Spain is compelled to surrender a large share of her customs reve- Â¬ nue in Cuba by the new treaty but she naturally preferred that to losing the island altogether The concessions Bhe has just made can never be recalled without endangering her sway in Cuba and the same concessions will bring Cuba into closer sympathy with this country Madrid April 18 The draft of the new commercial treaty between Spain and the United States looking toward partial reciprocity of trade with Cuba was concluded yesterday It is under stood that the treaty fixes very low duties on flour and other articles im- Â¬ ported from the United States into the Antilles Gen John W Foster the spe- Â¬ cial American envoy who has negoti Â¬ ated the new treaty will leave Madrid for home to dav Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 911705809 Superintendent Porter of the census bureau has issued a bulletin upon the subject of precious stones diamond cutting and lapidary work in the United States The bulletin shows that up to the present time there has been very little mining for the pre- Â¬ cious or semi precious stones in the Inited States and then only at irregular periods This is particularly true of diamonds of which only a very limited number have been found They have been discover- Â¬ ed in certain districts in California Xorth Carolina Georgia and recently in Wisconsin but the discoveries have been rare and purely accidental Sap- Â¬ phires of inferior color have been found near Helena Mont The em- Â¬ erald and other beryl gems havo been mined to some extent in Alexander county N C on Mount An tero Col and at Stoneham Me Turquoise and garnets have been found in Arizona and New Mexico The entire production of the precious stones and ornamental minerals in the Inited States during the year was Slb8807 Of this amount S iti was agatized and jasperized wood 673 turquoise stones and SU000 quartz Diamonds to the value of SI 006710 were cut during the year In tho nineteen lapidary works in Hew York and Massachusetts The im- Â¬ portation of rough and uncut diamonds in 180 amounted to fl29207 in JKoO 187 and the total for the decade was 3 1315529 while in 1881 there were imported 443990 worth showing that there was ninety four per cent more cutting done in 1889 than in is so but markedly more in 1882 and 1881 The imports of diamonds and other precious stones noted during the past fouryear are given as follows 188C S9244S 810086403 1SS8 10221630 1 si Â¬ Â¬ semi-precio1 Bking RoYal Davcvmfa4 A WORD TO ALL Our stock is coiiinlfto in all the vorv latest Novelties to be seen in the Eastern Citios- A Their m I OWClvF A larsc l ABSOLUTELY PURE AWFUL DISASTER Washixoton April 16 Secretary Blaines reply to Premier Rudinis last official utterance respecting the Itali n incident was completed and handed to III0T Handsome Line of Dress Goods both in Patterns and in the Piece our stock of 1 COOLED DOWN Blaines Letter In Fnll Reaches Premie Kudlnl The reply of the United States secreÂ¬ tary of state Mr Blaine to the Mar- Â¬ quis di Rudinis last note on the sub- Â¬ ject of the New Orleans affair is the only important subject of conversation and newspaper comment throughout Italy The full text of the reply reached Rome Friday When it became known that the reply reached there the Marquis di Rudini United the A Hon G States minister r and other persons hold Â¬ ing positions which would enable them to express valuable opinions upon the New Orleans dispute were besieged with interviewers The substance of the opinions which the gentlemen referred to were able to express is that the controversy is in course of adjust Â¬ ment and that so far as the future negotiations are concerned the diplo mates will seek chiefly to establish and maintain the correct construction of the various points of international law which bears directly or indirectly upon the subject Â¬ PRIZEGOODS Interesting to irocers ami Dealers in Tills trial of great interest to grocers and dealers in prize goods was recently decided in Baltimore A grocer was arrested for selling coffee with prizes the prizes being drawn by means of a ticket inclosed in each package He was convicted and fined 50 The case was carried up to the court of appeals and stubbornly de- Â¬ fended by the manufacturer of the cof- Â¬ fee but the ruling of the lower court was affirmed and the fine of 50 as Â¬ sessed the court holding that even thouirh there was a prize with each naelrscre it wn still i ninn nf itifinin u o in the eyes of the law as the przS were of different valnea and distributed by chance The penalty also included imprisonment which was however suspended as it was in a measure a test case A Kim of Merchandize JIi f Homeopathic Physician end Surgeon Kfn tucky KifTbtV llnnrs SpeelI nttent inndiltif wmneti Mini h HMM iit Il lents tlenletl at Hilih 11 medicines wnl In eiiiiiiiic r H M 111 time smith Unlldlng Mum s HOLTON ras MURDERER ESCAPES William nianey Who Murdered HI Grand- Â¬ mother and Aunt Breaks Out of Jail Baltimore April lS William Blaney who was recently convicted of murderÂ¬ 0 n I 0 4 J R JOU1S U RICHUOXD les l rosTEK KEXTl ChT lelweeii Kecnnd residence ul cnr b o 0 O I V S J z a y 61 i reek Avenue stieet ii tiiis IL CLARENCE VAUGHT KICHMOND KEXTUCKV ns irs offle Same W lr Kirslers 217 Main Kt n- - BRIGHT M D X AXP SURG BON Kknticky Richmond rg t r o Q 3 i 3 o i r1 fHlStClA ll a a V - ufflee Iii Smith Hi tliliHK mi Main Slice nnelllion BiV4U In miernlilcal II 111 Inliiixu taaly xmninai lens ni M UMMHfJ and fluid V AIIIZ IursiCIAX Rkiimond iMg D HOUSE aHO LOTFOR SALE If not sold privately before W ANDSUKGBON Kentucky Main lliKtilt sticei Ileveime 18- - SATURDAY I will proceed on mv MAY 16TH 1891 Â¬ JU JM Ked BLACK AXD SUKGKON Kentucky 25- JHlSfCAX iniibt Au iam Homing on Kmith liallard street 54 Je feet and run- that dav to sell publicly tlntTME Wr ILL JENNINGS M D FMrSIClAN AXD SUKGKON RlCIIMUHD - ning back 187 feet to Collins street New Variety of fruit house with three rooms Terms made known on dav of sale M M C ARTY Sale at 1 oclock 43 4S ing his grandmother and aunt and who was sentenced by lev Jackson to be hanged on June 18 has escaped from the Baltimore jaiL The sentence was to have been read to Blaney yesterday afternoon but when looked for in his cell it was empty Blaneys crime was particularly atrocious He was caught in the act of robbing his grandmother who had supported him for years and then split her head open with an ax His aunt appearing on the scene he also butchered her His trial was a long one resulting in a verdict of guilty Blaneys friends then said that he would never go to the gallows No Kiotlns al the Silk Mills N J Mohk April 18 The report that the sti iking hands of the silk mills at Sterling N J were rioting was found groundless When the sheriff and his posse arrived there from this place Thursday the mio were assembled around the works buton being advised by the sheriff to disperse they No outbreak had been did so quietly reported np to early yesterday morning Pullmans Out to St Lukes HoapltaL CniCAOo April 18 George M Pull man has given to St Lukes hospital what is probab y the most complete hospital ward in the world He gave orders that it should b the best and most lieautif ul place in the world for sick and crippled children The ward consists of two room and has accommodations for twenty two little ones it was opened to day SHAKE HANDa Presidents Harrison and rlai to Meet Over the Kio lirainle Mayor Caples of El Paso Tex wired huh Â¬ Â¬ President Harrison at Atlanta asking him if it would lie agreeable to him to meet President Diaz of Mexico cm one of the international bridges span ning the Rio Grande at El Paso and connecting the two cities of El Paso and Juarez Paso del Norte Mex In reply President Harrison wired The meeting you propose with President Diaz of Slexico will be most as well as against the Spanish subjects IVo La H rca the minister of Spain agreeable to mc if It meets with his Calderon deindmnl9caton for all the losfes demanded wishes Diazs answer has not been both official and pergonal conWebster received but the Mexican government sulMr was ent admitted that the Spanish when But tied to Indemnity authorities in Nuarez express the belief pressed by the Si anlsh minister to afford In injured that he will come and be escorted by demnity lo Spanish subjects citizens by the mob w tti his staff to exchange compliments with In common to aAn er cmthe demand Mr Web cede to and gave ster declined Mr Harrison Extensive preparations for his reasons as follows This government eup--s of the Spanish consul a the great event are being made on both public o Slier residing here under the protection sides of the river of the Uuit d Statei gov rnment ar quite dif Â¬ - Express and Mall Train on the Lako Caused By Attempted Evictions in Marquis Imperiali Tuesday Marquis Shore Road Collide the Coke Regions Imperialis last note which includes tho Rudhai dispatch and Secretary Blaines Fatally Crushing and Mutilating Nine Polish Women Charge on Officers tvitli reply were given to the press last night Persons Two Engineers a Fire Â¬ Boiling Water A rnwil tttyeh The correspondence reads as follows man and Six Postal Clerk the Deputies and They 1MI1 April Being the Victims Washiiton Are Compelled to Mr Secretary of State I hasten to acknowl Retreat edge the receipt of note which your excellone t A frightful wreck occurred on tho did me the honor to address to me on the 1st in reply to that wnereriy the Baron Fava Lake Shore railroad at Kipton Station lnL Sheriff McCormick anel his handful Informed yon of his departure on leave I have about forty miles west of Cleveland of deputies clashed with the strikers at laid the contents of ynur excellencys atortssld note before the ivernment or the kinjr and his early Saturday evening in which six the Trotter works near Conneilsville excellency th president of council his majes were tys mlnisu r for foreign affairs has lust directed Kstal clerks and two engineersbound Pa Thursday afternoon and a riot en me to address the folio wing communication to killed The fast mail No 14 sued He arrived there about in on and you east collided with No 21 the Toledo He put out The government of the knp of Italy has express jnst as the latter train was began the work of eviction several families without encountering asked nothing hcyond the prompt institution of to pull on the siding to let the any resistance until he came lo the about Judicial proceed ukb through the regular chin nels It would have been absurd to claim tho fast mail pass The fast mail was run house of a giant Polamler named punishment of guilty parties without the war rant of a regular u lament Th Italian gov ainjr at full speed and the force of the Freel Strousack which he attempted crnment now repeats the same demand Not collision was so great that both engines to enter to carry out the furniture nrtll the teder il gnw raincri ahull have explic three mail cars and one baggage car Strousack rushed forward but itly declared that the aforesaid proceedings shall be promptly b igun can the diplomatic in were completely wrecked Following is thrust aside Then the women cidi nt be considered as closed the list of dead Edward Brown engi- Â¬ household rushed on tin no Meanwhile hi majestys povemm nt takes neer of No 21 Toledo O Charles A seized a tea keltle and pouring note imtion wh reby the federal government hat indemnity Is due to Tapliff engineer of No 14 Toledo o boiling water in a pan threw it in tho the families of the victims In virtue of the F J Nugent postal clerk Toledo O treaty in force between the two countriea officers face The others struck at him I have therefore the honor to brtna the foreCharles ilammil postal clerk Elyria with whatever they could reach The the fiinu tornvsclfknowledge of yourtoexcellency and O F F OClemens postal clerk excitement meanwhile hael spread to avail of this occasion offer von Mr 1 Bow John Secretary or State the assurer oes of my high Cleveland Y the crowel outside which by this time est and most respectful consideration O Elyria postal clerk erfine had numbered fully two hundred I Ill III James McKinleypostal clerk Conneaut They attacked the deputies at the door Washisitok April 14 1S9L Ohio C II McDowell postal clerk with stones and several of the deputies The Marquis Imperiali Charge d Affaires K P WALLACE F wakiiroii- Elyria O Sir I have the honor to acknowledge the re Shaley fireman of No were struck McCormick seeing that ceipt of our note dated Thursday April V 1801 14 Danzig son of sec his force was powerless in tho Injured It contains a second telagr m from tho Marquis Kuiinl a part of wnloh I here quov The gov tion foreman struck by wreckage and face of such a mob came out ernment of the kinx of Italy has asked noihlsg badly hurt None of tha passenger and drew his men off amid a shower uf beyond the prompt institution of Judicial pro cars left the track and none of the pas Â¬ stones Strousack was afterward lodged ceedings through the regulsr channes ft woud have t een abjured to claim the punish sengers received serious injuries It in jail McCormick swore in a ment of the guilty parties without the warrant was the custom for these two trains to number of deputies Thursday and of a regular judgment The Italian government Â¬ now repeals tha same demand Not until the pass at Kipton the Toledo express tak will start out again Friday on the federal novernment shall have explicitly de ing the side track for the fast mail disagreeable business of eviction Dep clared th it the aforesaid proceedings shall be promptly begun can the diplomatic Incident be which nsuallv went through Kipton uty Crawford with a posse will go to without slackening Its speed The Leisieriug No 2 in the morning to evict I his i ertalnly had no desire Toledo express was a few min Â¬ a dozen or so families there The riot Â¬ ver to Chan- e meaning of the Marqnls March Si Itwasdelivand ous element is in the ascendency thero utes late Saturday evening it the state tment by Baron Fava in had just come to a stop at the now and serious trouble is apprehend- Â¬ written in hi mm hand and expre se rn the Kngllsh lanj u e The following Is the switch when the fast mail came in ed when Sheriff Mel oimick lugins the full text of the telrgram sight There is scarcely any curve at evictions FridayThe sentiment Boats MarobSt 1381 the station but on one side of the track there is in favor of ral ling on the militia Minister Washington WALLACE Proprietors WARDROPER sts to thfed ral government are was s line of freight cars and on tho now before there is a chance to havo mple Some Italian subjects acquitted other the station These might havo the scenes at M t s have been mur- American - now thoroughly adjusted and in obstructed the vision of the engineer of m prison while nider the immediate pro Qoftheaut oritisa Our rigkf tlurtfor the fast mail He applied the air breaks turning out un Unusual Mortality In New York f th murwhen he saw that a collision was inevi- Â¬ picrtm i unslfnra and an in ttmnii for The recorded mortality in New York bit I wi h to add that the putllr opln table hut the speed of the train was city was still higher Thursday and the ion In Italy is justly impatient ana If conoete OF MILL WORK DONE TO ORDER The engine of ravages of the Russian importation la EVERY DESCRIPTION provisions were not at once taken I should tine not checked materially in the painfvl necessity of showing the Toledo express was knocked square- Â¬ grippe seem to lie on the increase in openly our dissatisfaction by recalling the rata SUCH A 1st r of his majesty from a country whero he Is ly across the track and that of the fast spite of the clear warm weather For mail reared in the air resting on tho the twenty four hours ending at noon unable to obtain justice Rudixl The words underscored are precisely tboso top of the other Thursday 2 7 deaths were reported the which I quoted In my former note and I am di m rected by the president to express the satisfac greatest number on any one day since tion of this governmeri with the very material LOVE8 UNCLE SAM the ETippe epidemic in January qualification of the demand made by the Mai qu s Kudlnl on behalf it the Italian government when 250 deaths were recorded in one New Foundland Confesses That Her Young You quote in your 20tc another part of th dav Affections Are That Way Manjuls Rudinis telegram of April 8 In tbeee words Meanwhile lifs majestys government May StUl Wear Tight In an interview in London Thursday takes note of the declaration whereby the fan morninp the delegates from Newfound- Â¬ erul government recognizes that un Indemnity The Minnesota legislatures Saturday Is due to the families of the victims In vlrine f f land Our null is inimi who are there to present tho session lasted untl after o the treaty in force between the two countries views of the colonial government day morning ami an hour before ad Â¬ and If the Marqul Rndial will carefully examine my note of April ho will discover that I dll on the fishery to journment question a dramatic at not recoirnUe that an Indemnity la due to tie the imperial Mthoritea said there made to put through the worltl fn fam lies of the victim i in virtue of the treaty In was no doubt that the present cir Â¬ McIIale tights bill The matter was force between the twt countries What I did say was n answer to Baron Fava s cumstances had created a very friendly immediately put to vote and defeated by assertion that the United States government refused to take this demand for indemnity 1no feeling toward the United States on the a deeisve majority WE AUK ALSO consideration I quote mv reply The United part of the government and people of so far from refusing has distinctly recPoison On a Pastor Table Newfoundland The action of the ognized the principle of indemnity to those Ital ian sub ects who ma have been wronged by a United States in connection w ith the The family of Kev W S leming of violation of the right secured to them und r embarrassing position in which the col- Â¬ Washington 1a are suffering from the treaty with the Inited States concluded onists found themselves placed had poison consumed mysterious February 90 l Cl The Marquis Rudlci may be assured that the proved most attractive to the latter gmWM vim have a bou way Mr and Mrs Fleming and Unttod States would recompense every Italian are in subject who might be wronged by a violation of The people of Newfoundland of course Alice Williams of Liverpool a treaty to which the faith of the United Stat s deeply agist the unhappy estrange a critii Is pi ig Hut tbl assurance leaves uni t tied the important qiestlon whether the treaty ment which has come between the col Â¬ T1IK MIMsTI lis WOli has been violated ony and the mother country Neverthe Â¬ Upon this point the pren dent with sufficient facts placed before hiin less the existing impatience of their hat taken fUii tlm ft r ilecsi in He now directs people at the eavalier like treatment that certain considerations on th i general sub lect be submitted to the judgment of the It il heretofore accorded them by the impe- Â¬ lan government As a precedent of great val if such treatment the casi under discussion the president rial government recalls the concluson maintained by Mr Wnb was followed by the failure of the dele- Â¬ ster in Vdl whei he was secretary of state co- gation in its present mission to Engder Iresident Fi lmore In August of that year a mob in New Orleans demolished the building land would be intensified and deepened in which the office of the Spanish consul was into absolute alienation the effect located and at the same time attacks were THE GRIZAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR made upon coffee houses and cigar shops kept whereof would be difficult to for by Spanish subject American citizens were In any event there never again could be Involved in toe losses which in the aggregate were large The supposed cause of the nob the same friendly feeling on the part of c was the Intelligence of the execution of fifty Newfoundland towards England as young Americans in Havana and the ban ith The tlelegation ment to Spanish mines of nsary two hundred hitherto had existed SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS citizens of tho United States The victims wire consists of five memliers two from the all members of the tbortive Lopez expedition c Newfoundland legislative council and SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS In consequence of these depredations of the three from the house of asseinblv mob upon the prope ty of the Spanish conenl Also WASH DRESS GOODS beautiful fabrics Â¬ is complete with all the latest and most fail to examine our stock before purchasing and you are certain to be pleased both as to qauality and pri Dont -- WHITE 112 ALLEN Main St opp Court House l The flew Planing Mill I - d- -- THE MADISON COUNTY PLANING MILL t- inel - - i -- Doors ash Blinds Mouldings Lath iiingles Rough and Dressed Lumber ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED CONTRACTORS I v AND v BUILDERS Â¬ Â¬ TAROID PILES FOR MEDICINAL -- fcaSferSvay PILES CONSUMPTIVES CURED Treatment by Koch Pronounced Send throe two cent stamps for free sample box and boo z - Â¬ Terrific Hall and Wind Storm Kkntucky 27- Huilt Dflice up stairs nexl lo Second National - ILGIHSOX PHTSICIAX AND SURGEON K H HiomnMi Office SSU Hecuml Kentucky Streei np stairs 17- - HAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGE OX GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Dentistry and Sterility a ally KJCE -- Neil il Mr la CLIMAX office IM14tt- HiiKhKiii lnilldliiK Kichiniuid Kv Veterinary - Makion Ind- - April 18 A terrifie hail and wind storm fell upon the 3 northern STOCKHOLDERS MEETING yesterday part of this city about oclock afternoon completely crush ing the Crosby paper mill and damaging a number of other buildings While many persons are injured there are no There will lie a meeting of the StocV fatalities Light hoUers of the Richmond Water Small 1oi Amnmr Immigrants Company at its office in Richmond Kyat New Yobk April 18 The steamship The ob Â¬ April ir 1891 11 oclock A M ject of the meeting will be the issuing of Fulda from Bremen is detained at Quar 25000 more of its bonds to pay for a more antine with a case of small pox aboard The patient is a woman in the steerage extensive plant than was originally planed The health officers are aboard vaccinat- Â¬ A E Boakdman Prest ing the steerage passengers of whom y Chas S Powell Sec 4344 there are 051 The cabin passengers will be allowed to laud Â¬ Â¬ Notice to Debtors PALACE HOTEL LKLEIN Proprietor Limestone Street 0pp C ft 0 Depot LEXINCTON KY It being necessary to settle the partnerGibson the bills due ship of Jennings them as 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 ss mv long continued illne s renders it impossible for me to give it my at WILL JENNINGS tention April 7th 1891 43- - Â¬ New Building and Furniture Well Ligiitlp ani Ventilated RICHMOITD coal Kilbourn Knox governor of the sol- Â¬ diers home here died yesterday after a long illness Gov Knox was a native of New York state and was a member of Gen Shermans statf More Italians for Mew Orleans The steamer Olympia from Palermo arrived at the quarantine station New with 450 Orleans Sunday morning Sicilians who were cast adrift in that city Monday morning from the north- Â¬ eastern wharf Crushed to Death by Cars A man named Duvall was crushed to death by the cars while attempting to steal a ride at Rowlesburg W Va Milwaukee Gen Knox Die at Milwaukee Wis April 18 Gen liti nlly GOOD BAR Located ATTACHED A ui -- tim -- mass a Sacceee Kochs lymph for consumptives is a success in Colorado This is an assured fact Shortly after his return from Mer- Â¬ lin Dr Josef Meur of Denver took fifteen patients under his treatment ferent from thus- o the Spanish subjects who They were in the middle and last stages have come into th- country to mingle with our Another Cure for Consumption pursue their ate Sunday all are pronounced Medical circles in Paris and in many own citizens and here to The former maypm nm cured with no traces of permanently Â¬ el business and objecta bacillus reother parts of France are greatly inter- - special Indemnity the latter are entitled to maining In view of the benefits ested in a new system of treating tuber- - such protection as Is afforded to our own to he derived out of Colorados culous diseases discovered by Prof The right of judicial remedy which Mr WebÂ¬ Germain See Patients pass four or ster assured to the Spanish subjects Is lkeivlse mountain climate the firstin exclusive U America five hours daily in a close chamber assured to the ltal an subject The rtghi of Koch hospital ever built specially guaranteed In the second section opened there Sunday This build- Â¬ where the air is above normal pressure the third article of tha constitution And aa was is a massive one along the foot has ing Mr Webster polntf- out the and is satuated with creosote eucalyp- - a privilege whioh i denied toresident alien The hills the citizen of the rockies and erected at an toL The pressure is gradually increased widows and children of the etUaetu who lost lives by until it reaches a maximum of an at- - theirmembers mob lolenre mayinSue the leader expense of over 980000 Among thoseÂ¬ of of the mob only mosphere and a halt Several excellent and state of Louisiana wblle thethe courtsand discharged Sunday was Small the Chi-Â¬ widows the subjects who suffured cago policeman of Haymarkct notorand permanent results it is announced children of the Ita tan sue each member ol the iety who was recently pronounced as death have tbe right to have been obtained mob not only In toe state courts hut also before incurable Now that it has been dem- Â¬ tbe federal tribunals for the district of Lo list Our New Treaty With Spain made la tha sevlaed civic onstrated that Kochs treatment in con- Â¬ ens Provision of Ixiulslana The draft of the new treaty of com- Â¬ code ofwidows and for redress ef each grleva os nection with Colorados climate is a suc- Â¬ children the victim of in cess a large influx of consumptives is merce between the United States and thethe may plead mob expected If therefore it should appear that among Spain which provides for partial reci mm tho e killed by tbe mob at New Oreans taere procity of trade between the former were some Italian subjects who fxure resident Millions of June Bugs country and Cuba was concluded Fri- Â¬ or domiciled in that city agreeably to our tieay Saturday evening about dark a Italy and no violation day The treaty is understood to fix a with laws sod who were abiding of our imm g ra tion la the peace of very low rate of duties on flour and oth the United State and obeying the laws thereof strange phenomenon occurred at Green state Louslan v and er articles imported into the Antilles and the chargedofwith the luty ofthat the p itllo castle Ind A loud roaring sound wasÂ¬ protecting life officers heard and large black clouds were obfrom the United States and property in that cltv mnirrd at the work served passing rapidly over the city or upon proper notion of of the mob His Cell Empty Information of the threatened daager Cpon close observation it was found to tak any of Wm Blaney who was recently con- fnlledpuillc peace tteps for the preservstlontbe that the clouds were composed of mill- Â¬ ind afterward 1o brunt the il the pr sldent would under such victed of murdering his grandmother ions of bugs about three fourths of an was established and aunt and who was Thursday sen Â¬ rircnmsiai ces fee last ailcase the on idem ion inch in length They passed from west lo tenced by Gov Jackson to be hanged on v the relief f the fam to east and made as much noise as an June 12 has escaped from the Balti- Â¬ ii siibjrc s who had lot their express tiain Several were captured more jail The sentence was to have June bug Accept sir th r n wed asurincs ef my and are pronounced of the been read to Blaney Friday afternoon bighorn variety Jams U BUItl but when looked for his cell was found Chief Justice of Rhode Island Woman In a Bank Robbery empty Charles Matterson senior justics on Joseph M Dubroy a clerk in the Minister Porter Mot to Take Leave the supreme bench of Rhode Island wsa Cleve- Â¬ National It is officially denied that there is any Friday elected by the legislature to tbe EuclidO avenuewife and Mbank of brake Odcll and land truth in the report sent from Rome to chief justiceship man on the C C and C railroad and the Daily Chronicle of London that wife were arrested in Toronto Ont Graceful and Useful Deed Hon A G Porter U S minister King Humbert has caused a g ft of Sunday evening Dubroy is charged to Italy is upon the point of departing with stealing 2000 from the bank and from Rome on a three months leave of 8100 to be sent to each child left an or-Â¬ the others with being his confederates phan by the Utopia disaster at Gibralabsence i i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Iinph In Colorado Rfcfr - - 2v - WPwtlTtSa tfc TUB 8TOBT ri mf r m cents TKR OIDrSOHF VBSOLIITJJLY IU113 price 50 TAR OID CO BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES OF IT Old Mrs Wiggins seen it with my own eyes my house I looked out an there he was a hnggin a gul fer all he wuz wuth th hippercrit I I tell jou Test at sewing circle CHICAGO 1 1 I after he passed FREEMAN more tim halt a century the name been before the public Dont lect tl l maile at I r I Tit her useil to have l id the pi because he could get them to fit Now Freeman contii pocketlxKk and his ideas of value to make boots and shoes lie also has a CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AM SH H all sizes in a Freeman keeps also a fine line of GR Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where l irst Street IMF Vall at No V rOR mBgMj j BaW aJ HwikJWrK nfll PX Wjjt ml a 56 Tfcv n Jswasw KAKmXXKrtfLT j I jlH 0TTHbsssssssssssssssI strTJB H t I I TRUTH OF IT Parson Goodenow Im very sorry Thomas to have found one of my best boys smoking a cigarette but now that it has msde you ill I will simply take you home and leave your conscience ts punish yon Judge Overheard at the Hospital TJ 1 j LLBRE sMm r I Ijurv Galen Whats the matter with that man they just brought in Esculapins Oh hes a professional fire eater in a Bowery museum He burned his mouth frightfully trying to swallow a drink of Jersey whisky t 0m RATES 4V 48 2 and 250 per Day X if KAftBKft Fropr All kinds of Coal and Lumber at the Liberal patronage lowest market price The of the public resp clfully requested yards are located on Orchard street be Â¬ tween that street and the K C Railroad Official Count on Chicago Election Â¬ tar THOMAS B YRES hi Estftis Jl Collecting Agency TO RICH J2 KKKK tmV- - O I ar t be su m wow by l MON1 have decided to give my attention again lo the buying and selling Ac- Â¬ of Rest Estate a id the Collection I will l tank you for your patroncount age 22 TTAVING RETURNED M k aw MMdii W kT toewni rVn ft to t Mff 14 MM - TOSJ a an It aim v art l irf ilr n nak snoch tot John B tsasawwa ut a The complete official canvass of tho mayoralty election in Chicago just comA Plated Present The zeal of the cleaners in the sta pleted gives Washburne republican a bles of Kaiser William us revealed the plurality over Cregier democrat of 2SW fact that the silver mounted harness Some districts remain subject to re- Â¬ and fittings of the droschky and horses vision which the czar presented to the kaiser Trial Trip of the Bennington The official report of the trial trip of last year supposed to be very valuable are merely plated The czar has dis- the gunboat Bennington shows that missed his master of the horse for the the horse power of the main engines perpetration of the fraud was 8322 s which with the auxiliaries power 34JI409 made Â¬ 1 Steamship Mononia which arrived at San Francisco Friday twenty five days from Sidney and seven days from Hono- Â¬ lulu brings intelligence that the British ship St Cath ris was wrecked off the Caroline islands and ninety persons drowned Paid the Penalty Terrib e Marine Disaster jW-iYi-sEiWi MB j 1 Cass tiicaory rove farm nome Racine Wis say Alter trying every known remedy I removed a huge Bunch or two years standing from a 3 year old Ally with three application of Of S Z is used an hour is saved On floors tables and painted work it acts liks a charm For scouring pots pans and metals it has no equal If your tore keeper doss not keep it you should insist upon his doing- so as it - sale all over tie United States always gives salisftntim and its makes it an almost necessary article to any well supplisil store Every Â¬ thing shines after its use and even ths asuldrsa daUght in using- it ia - IMrl CO II SOON WED v N Kx - -- a QUICKLY MARRIED 8AP0LI0 is one of tha best known city luxuries andsmch time a cake their attempts to help around tbe houss nwmi Man libcM ft- - Immigrants Ordered Bask pay aYfiXfae Eip wry IssVKks maM LAM TUMeS A ii 11U AMrwitface OBTLAftB BAUC l tWaMstof i Kin fi counterfeit has bees turned ordered back because they were likely ficate ser into the U S treasury to liceomc a oublic charge Italians just arrived at mts mot of them Counterfeit A BUI In Ncsv York were Treasury two dollar silver certi-Â¬ the U 8 William Green colored was exeeuted Friday afternoon in the yard of the parish jail a Gretna La The rtmo for which Green suffered the Tenth penalty was the murder of J Prosper colored on he Oth of January QUINNS OINTMENT sBH 1 mtmWK9 Bs II1 k Bnum mu It is the beat preparation 1 have ever used or heard I heartily recommend It to all Horsemen We haw ImttirtdB oaweA lettimtmtali Price S130 per kettle Ask year droorhri for It If be does oot keep it send a Sc stamps or aflver for trial Sob W B EDDY CO Whitehall N Y Il Of THOROUGH TEU13APHY uudm6MVstMm0n INSTRUCTION ETC ETC IN BOOK KEEPM AT THE IRYANT AND JEFFERSM ST3KT SNMT HANO TYPf WssaBMM STRATTQ1 MSNESS CCIIE51 HWTN WEST IWISVIUE IT CATACJHC THE CLIMAX CU TIP kSOAV BY TO liA All uch queuions rre d instruction of the people than the reat founder of our party and the unknown and undiscnuod and as representatires the State the univeral destreof all th first triumph of Democratic principlee Eraamc a Constitotion which would secure the distinctly a cam- - greata n ni u the greatest number The fit question which confronted every dele augn now i Â¬ Tha Climax Printing Wm G Wll Co dafprinf seal tinned with The victories of las fall taiiffdii--coswio- ti un- - a S Pott ILL PRICE IMS11 IAlt hey Vc1hct - - - April 1 Th full Those f ho now sneer at effort iu that dinctiou full argument of the tariff piet tum 22 1801 are now our enemies whether tin Iieth- front u ng williiu our ind principles party organi ration are the condi- f leinoi ees it tin- MM Temporary Icrabl loso Who are not tit to in 1S88 inaugurated barn 1 i iinst ii v goal and the vnnincpn- THE HNAMIAh SITUATIOK il without poocl nent hinkers Baltin Wall Streit luu No Tim - tin mi How do thin ever neril huaineflH has Ix en on the de- Â¬ but tfier months of weary waiting f returning confidence and of early improvement are apparent the ilation and the the art ot bankern to enrol it indiscriminately coupled with the rur-commerce have with the of the money market At the moaient it liKiks as if low ratiT for lot prevail for a while The favorahU indi riCNU l VOtS ins iter feeling iu London of p where liquidation has thua iar hoen eon itary the latraing the preamt ilucted will nit fiirtle r disturbances intry the Ie attitude will 1h enga d in deriding towards the railroads on the part ot the people in some of the Western v and last hut not least the general senti M whs ment that the bankers panic of hist autumn has alsiiit spent it I eland with her vast and unceasing accumulation of wealth must ever lie a t factor in the financial conditions intry Her attention may at other lekta of in- i the Argentine die but eventually it must return irity may IMHAB AM lVtthlt lc found with profit When one pauses under that the liabilities of the were Brothers A that this Honse nnnati 2100 tut l the nucleus of a vast bimh imericau enterprise Uth fina uial and y prohibit- depen lent uhhi railroadtheir support il to bbbBbb the h ok amount of confusion and tlie gap whii h ndden withdrawal of this support the no In reviewing the events past twelve months the import Ik overrated of this HACK rithstanding the nliiwlajji in last i very nigs have turn- ed out better than was expected and w itli the anticipation of belter harvests - in a iimmer and autumn the promise LAW turt Â¬ Â¬ gate was the inhibition of special or local legisla tion The General Asseamcly of 18S9 90 sat 149 days and passed local laws including index cover- Â¬ ing 4693 pages with a cost to the State in printing of 17733 65 and in other respects 151014 In The time and cost of the four preceding Legislatures had been bur little better The universal disapproval of jvery person in Kentucky suggested sharp and effective remedies for the evil of such of law maktug Outside of all questions MaSf the demoralization of the Legislature the inequality of laws thus passed had the grossest wrongs and a demand for a change on this subject was absolute and unisersal In the judgment of the delegtas this has been thoroughly done Legislative sessions have been limited to iiaty days and all special laws ptohibit ed wliere general laws can govern and on a large numtr of subjects whie concern the general good under the pr sed a special law is ren dered impossible Something of this tremendous evil will be appre ciated when it is stated that the official report of the Auditor show that in the last ten years the Genera AsemUy has been in session 689 days or nearly one fifth u that entire period at an average daily cost of too8 and that had tnc General As sembly been required to pass only general laws and bees permitted to remain in session only sixty days ired by the proposed Constitution there been a saving to the State in money this period the sum of J It hAS been required in the new Constitution that ned hereafter and under general laws and e expense of such incorporations shall be ck them and who secure the benefits of such mji ilual aggregation icr important matter was uniformity of laws unlies cities and towns no two of these murK in the Siateoperate under the same code of li cm judicial forms medics and other governmental agencies were arranged to suit the caprice or whim of the mcmlxr w ho happened to represent that particular lea of what has been called legis y allowed any member to write the We have statute governing his own constituency prepared provisions requiring that all such couimu iall be governed by general laws applicable to every member of such class throughout the en Â¬ tire State I otienes future and past are inhibited These grams in most instances secured by clandestine lion have inflicted upon the State great dis nd upon its people incalculable loss A single clause settles this evil places Kentucky abreast of the best civilirition of the age and unites her in theeflVi his unmitigated shame 1 he ballot under the new Constitution will be lablished Kentucky enjoyed the distmc--lize- d State which retained he experience of the re r of free people has demonstrated the evils of this system and an official secret ballot the foe of bribe givers and the palladium of an honest and unbiased r popular will a expressed at the polls has been made as the on- Â¬ ly met - the sense of the voters of the Commonwealth The frequency of elections has been the cause of plaint It is provided in this d Constitution that only one election of any kind can be held in the State or any part thereof in The matter of revision has been held by many to be a question of supreme importance Amendment is impossible and to call a new Constitutional Convention involves at least -- nd large expense To render change a practical political impossibility was the f the statute providing for Ink tsrvice and it was thought wise to give aaote stability and consequent ly more efficiency to this body and the members of the Commission have been nude Constitutional of cers and thereby rendered not only more inde pendent but more fearless in the guardianship of public interest The cause of common school education always of such prime importance in this State will from the work of the convention receive new strength adn force The direct tax coming to Kentucky from the General Government amounting to over 5oo 000 will become part of the school fund and will re store to this great cause that which nearly hlf a century ago was by adverse legislation taken from this noble work All that part of the old Constitution in conflict with the Federal Constitution in reference to slavery has been omitted The claim has been widely made that this pro- Â¬ posed Constitution is not only of extreme but cf unusual detail and unnecessarily legislative in its An examination will show that in the character present Constitution there are about 12560 words and in this proposed one about 21000 words and therefore only about 60 per cent larger than that of 49 50 The subjects of railroads municipalities revenue and taxation corporations and public charAll these have ities are covered by new articles been rendered necessary by the changed conditions of the State during the past forty years Excluding these new matters the proposed Constitution is shorter than the present one The Constitution mittcu To year approval is about the aver age length as that of Arkansas Colorado North and Soulh Dakota Washington and shorter than that of Missouri and to per cent shorter than that of Maryland We have enumerated tn this address necessarily brief a few of the more important changes which were de in the judgment of your representatives manded by the present condition of the Sta e and requisite for the furtherance of its political and material welfare and the hole instrument is submit ted with the confident belief that its provisions while not without defects and marked by thase imperfections incident to all such work yet this in strument now susceptible of change at the will of the people by its open clause will secure certainly a more effective government a more uniform distribution of burdens a more economical administration of all State county and city affairs and a more complete protection to the common welfare Bbnhbtt H Yocng Chrn Cums F Bcbnam William H Macxov Roit Rooks Galloway Ix night SOoVwhels of wheat of W J GBHniU at 1 per bushel of J B Parks 100 barrels of corn at i per barrel ami 200 bushels of wheat of Ben per bushel Price at The Shelbyville News says that a large crop of potato bugs can be destroyed be- Â¬ fore planting your potatoes by destroying the eggs which pnxluce them The small yellow Rpots on the potatoes contain ttieni and they should lie cut out and burnt before planting If thrown on the ground they will hatch in a few days W B Kidd boucht of G W Rash of Bourlion countv 80 cattle to lie delivered next fall at 4 eta The aged jack at the Bala of the late Samuel Haydcn was bought by Bean Harriott for loJ0 and the jack colt to Or J N Rankin for 100 W II Bush bought this week in Montgomery county for W B Kidd about 300 hogs weighing about 200 lbs to lie taken this week and next at 4J cts J A Ram sey sold for Tuck Piersall to Win Franklin 55 acres of improved land at 85 per acre This is the portion of the Joe Ash ley farm near this city that was bought by Mr Piersall a few week age nam Under the few days of annahinri grass is springing up and many cattle have been turned out during the past week Cattle have done fairlv well and enter upon the grazing season in pretty good condition hits are worth 75 cents in the local market wheat is a dollar local dealers are paying i40 to 50 per barrel for corn and retailing it at 75 to SO cents per bushel clover seed is worth 5 and timothy seed 2 per bushel II7 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Without a Pee U0RIES SCH00LFIELD CSLaOTH IERS g a CO HATTERS AND GENTS FURNISHERS 213 W MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY oLargest Assortment Lowest Prices Latest and Best Styles in Spring Suits oLadies Misses and Gents Fine Shoes Visit our store examine our goods learn our prices and we led assured Respectfully that we can please you chentrr Democrat Samlel J PlCM rXANK P STKAUS H R BotKLAND G B Swanco C T Allen S E He Ha vi William R Ramskv NEWS PARAGRAPHS S Rothchild of Paris a dry goods merchant made an assighuient The guests who partook of a wedding supper near Louisville were poisoned and some have died from the effects Hon Roger 2 Mills spent last Saturday and Sunday in Kentucky visiting the home of his childhood aid the graves of his parent near Salem in the Western part of the State The news of the death at Wilmington Del of Count Lewenhaupt who on April 2 was married to Miss Ellen Bayard will be received w ith sincere regret as well as surprise The wedding bells of the young couple were almost mingled with the funeral knell and the bright ro Â¬ mance of which they were the central figures has been abruptly terminated almost at the outset The Frankfort Capital says The election at which the present Constitution of Kentucky was submitted to the people continued two days May 7 and 8 1850 One hundred and one counties sent returns of the vote to the Secretary of State Only one count Clay east it- - vote against the Constitution the vote leing for 125 against 215 Fay ette county gave the smallest majority in favor of the Constitution the vote being for 800 against 801 majority Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Weekly Crop Bulletin- - -- Kentucky State Weather Service in co operation with the l S Signal Service for the week ending April 18th ISll The iast week has shown a most favorable combination of weather conditions The temperature was largelv u excess of the normal for the season and the generally cloudless skies gave an abundance of sunshine Little or no rain ha fallen except scattering Rhowers on Wednesday and Friday The fine weather has given farm work a very lively impetus and crops of all kinds are rapidly recovering from the set back occasioned bv the un Â¬ favorable conditions of the early part of the spring Reports continue to indi cate that wheat and grasses are in a most promising condition The planting of oats and corn is nearly completed Gardening is progressing rapidlv and altogether the week was the hu iest that farmers have bad this season Fruits of all kinds look well and there is no apparent injury from frost All the trees are in full bloom and the number of blossoms is much greater than usual Tobacco plants are flourishing nicely Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VORIES SCHOOLFIELDCO Paris Ice Maifactriig aid Col Sting oipaifj1 W EVANS G W EVANS JR i ana nraamai GW Evans m ESffi mis in RICHM0WD Buy sell and exchange Real Real Estate ami general collection biisim List your property at oncetor Febniar I Son KY uis Ky PRINCIPAL OFFICE PARIS KY RICHMOND KY BRANCH OFFICE DEPOT J S BLOUNTS GROCERY COUNTY DEMOlRATlu CONVENTION the trainers of the Constitution STALLb -- urag ng i cry t adly ALIEN iWNEHSIlll IE LANK What is the ohjection to foreigners hny ii tliif country Does tell ns il objoction 1 hiindro a land 111 tl nd an Englishman or any other foreigner wants it Von a k it He takes the ipaavy vcr the in ajbetter afon- ke the land away the pa Thia it must must remain hen- and on it lithe purchaser eh Mil 1 i f or a country ju - live oil all- Tilt OLD AMI Till NEW prohibit In - and hi- is paying the and his tenant is runniiiL the farm buying such You The clause on revision in the new instrument per ture to propose at a o amendments but these ma any subject and these when ratified by a majority ol the vvc cast at an election called for that purThis ph n tutu nf a convention renders the 111 strument at all times capable of meeting the r the period and yet it is so guarded that the an not be recklessly altered or amended wit r reflection This the line with the experience and r the middle mportant subject t people of is the nation of cap- upon such the rights of ihe individual cm rate wealth and c iporate influence U nt in all the phases of our po- mi this danger h aroused the fears of our statesmen not afford t mmii itself to any pol rawld on the other in she afford to disregard the warnings nf ice and remove all limitations upon this pow er tn istitution will be found in the judgment of sour rcpre- I rights and ate capital all w lit justify it in the dei the superb resources of the ultics have arisen by ral Assembly ided that all grants and he future be held subject to the c will and with the absolute right to repeal n in the past would value to the citizens of the nd while it ha been in force under statuto-unlc ss where expressly ty the tern which was has been deemed of the greatest nee to have it passed into a Constitutional iiffo Pursuant to a call of the Democratic State Central Cunuiittee the Democrats of Madison county are hereby reqa to assemble in mass meeting at the Court house iu Richmond Ky at 2 -- RECORD 7 oclock p m onNiturday May 2 1881 By Gen Washington sire ol Poem to choose delegates to the Democratic 2 LuPresto 222 at a State Convention to be held in the city zerne by Dam Madelene 23 nd dam Nancy Whitllamblctonian 10 of Louisville Ky at noon of the 13 by man dam of Robert McGregor 317 day of May 181 rd dam Nance ieeleys American Star S E Scott Chniri dam of Lady Whitman 2o by Durlandx IV insvlvania is a Att Thos Thokik srij Drat Omm Messenger Duroc Pennsylvaiiia 1433 KING RICHARD RICHMOND This great intloidua and she ol priced horses will make the season o at lie stable of S H Stone on Big Hill pike one mile from Richmond at PLUMBING 1 Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond i2 20 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when mare is parted with or bred to another hore otherwise when col is foaled KING RICHARD was ired bv Old Penvine his dam lharos by Imported Ihieton 2nd dam bv Glcncoe 3rd dam by Woodford Kin Richard is a model horse with perfect disposition He is a beaut lul chistnnt 16 hands hih weilies IJ50 ind invarts a great deal of finish to his cotta He out classes any horse we have seen as a uniform sire of high priced horses out of ordiniry marc As an in dnidual he has few equals as a sire He hai made a record that surpasses anv of bis class STONE ft ARBUCKLE Â¬ Sanitary Plumbers -- Stea A and h Fit 43 46 for 2 it practicall thai injure any human being in this e every that is made on that farmOVi ner in the taking our money out of i purpotee and does many other tl nnt of a p miil you take the old or the n THE LEAHEUS WXK ey with th you Bawl or 1KINT SITPLE Mnjjton in Ki ntiK Ijearier is th the t ion in lull only the It fine ral papcta ii the urier- Jurnal and I aeut lenient bat the the the nerve to tackle Mi lEM bilrA in t ie lorrn llAMt A- - OCKAT untry uduiiii- - inch on the price of the far a as then 111 ithe farm Isnt that principal ami income in this count r noth- the farm being also herein iter than the net income from the farm is in the foreign country ran Bnrppsjna the wild mountain passes alniut Cnnsberland Gap filled with ol men from Hitler Crit k as that rsago was nore pwmtable fc the ooauatry than it now is with its march of progress ami in- under the ownership of his who have never seen this country J Would you oppose the purchase by a foreign company of all the lands alsait should that eunpany pro to expend a half million dollars in iimption of the inexhaustible supply of clay an other min- Â¬ 1 nit irtrat i V 11 the teaeraiee about t ie wreck mpany fiat anal O alio atfministratiuu fail d to tna- inost iae and instead we Irennium His insairv- M deteruiinatiiii to keep las pruiiiises carry out h 6 public mere place hunters jlo MMM MBBCtiriieh lut tlie sovereign peo- jde in whose interest he ever ad in in is- have lieei MB hi friends in has ever m ved ion of his from iriving his party on the iatBrbtng Kim When lie qaeatMM t to tell which - himself in pic in Anirlo- eiit apaecfa at tl e Ireruo- I -- We oliserve agtiod deal of resoluting and then about alle ownership of and we want someiodv to give a reason for the faith that is in him It may he that foreign syndicates buy large trade of iovernmet lands and hold them for an advance to th detrini poor Hople in quest of ho m hut outside of that particular phase of the question we say let all the foreign capital me come that dV now Â¬ Â¬ TO THE PEOPLE OK KETl CKY Address liv the CoBsliluliniial Com ontiun Conrprniug lis Work To tut PnoiLE or Kemti exs The Convention to amend the present Constitu ti in was called after twenty rants of agitation and in obedience to a well defined popular demand for a revision of your organic law As your representatives the members of the Convt ntion after a ses sion of 107 legislative days hav prepared and now submit the accompanying instrt ment It is not as turned that it is perfect nor that it represents the but after views of each member on every subject full discussion and mature dclil eration it is offered as the best judgment of tncbocy In many portions of the State there has been severe criticism of the length of t me consumed in the preparation of the instrument a little investigation will show that some of these complaints are not well founded and that in many States more time has heen consumed in framing hese most important of all laws The last Convention m lllincis sat 153 days in New York nine months in Ohio 153 days in Cat- forms 167 days and in Pennsyl ania during an ei tire year at a cost to that Stat of 1000000 1 he ast Latgislature of Ktntucky in framing was in se ion 149 days In dealing wuh these fundamental provisions of government haste would have been unseemly and it the State that every dele wasd nould have ample time to gateoncvei express his opinions and frees anch discussion to formulate the combined expernce and wisdom of tiose great aad fundamental priu r the organi law of a State such as Kent y years gathered from the untry render i many alterations in and 1 to the Constitution no only important but nbnolutely essential for good governmci anding this necessity fo change and enlarged limitations fn ny general a id special powers a done ccnapanaan of present and the proposed Con-solutions will show that a very large proportion of w nan th prctni t nstitution passts into the subslaually unchanged The sessions of the Convenioo were marked by - New York is full of n spirit of equal pri iiejtw to the tiling he says for irhich we moat fight He urjri all Rood democrats armor in this common Ii CMMM and to enter th conflict nil special of anl the It is lis ng to a party Hundred cars has ng the attempt of arro-r with the indeftendence and inuyrity of papa in V suffrage and ha U en pntnintVBt peoaaote laws verninent w instant reaMHcrtioii is tieceea I itn continued proepent no patience with tinie wrvei who would general inert l to aerve present iersonal purposes ruayjed laMtmtmmm faith nm- Tlie political the trout hirth mplinhei Uie principlee of leiiix rae laid away in a napkin Agitation for tar- to he mnmltd by admirers of Thorn is Jefferson jan believed more implicitly in the Ie The prin re at th nned hen it I f the most unfortunate features in the administration of Kentuckys government has been the inequality in taxation Kxemptions under one pretext or another have crept into hundr charters and acts and the value of property thus relieved of its just proportion of taxation has reached appalling figures The Constitution submitted to you limits this evil to much narrower channels far as practicable upon an equal basis for taxation If this new law goes into effect all property of every kind land bank stocks and money will beaj their just share of governmental burden and as sume their fair proportion of taxes while securing the equal protection of law tnjust local taxation and the tremendous increase of the debts of counties towns and cities have been d in every portion of the State as great evils and frequently destructive of the highest erty and leading to practical confisca hate repudiation A limit has been placed on any tax rate and while it allows reasona ble outlay in all matters requiring enterprise and anc impassable barrier mwise or extravagant expenditures The State county and other machinery has been left practically unchanged but the number of Mag- ten limited to eight in any county The number of grand jurors has been reduced teen to twelve members This can net in t impair the efficiency of the body or the administration of justice and the saving in per diem v this change in tea years will equal the en t of the convention Th average cost of grand juries in the State for tne preceding two as 69777 This chsnge ill savt one fourth of this amount 17500 per annum A three fourths verdict of juries in civil cases has been allowed under legislative direction The uniform system of courts has been devised In some counties there are as many as four different kinds of court many of them with the same ju lhe proposed changes give enough but require them to all be of the same kind The number of judges will be only very slightly increased but they will be more fairly distributed and every county in the State will have 1 three terms in each year It has been thought w ise to have only one court of last resort and to provide that this shall consist of enough judges to dispatch all the business that can be biought before it tf five judges can not do the business the General Assembly can increase the number to seven and these for many years to come will meet every pos Â¬ sible demand as this number can be divided into sections end thus ar omplish the work of two courts while maintaining the uniformity cf decision of one In obedience to an almost unanimous public sentiment the working of convicts outside the peniten tiary has b en prohibited and the Genenal Assem bly also required to establish and maintain a State Reformatory Institution for juvenile offenders The subject of Eastern Kentucky land titles has been one of grave import to the whole State There are mans V irginia grants MM hundred years old anl yet unrecorded the land covered by which has heen held under patent in the Slate in some incentury sh many times and taxes there persons ignorant of P1 these k an adverse Claim And yet these ancient grtnts as a means of disquieting titles and a bar to remain tnc complete development and improvement of the chest mineral and timber districts in the State Securilessential in the progress of vy coul to the State and its long snff-cnn8 PWle interested in this portion of the Com monwcalth required a speedy and effective remedy Tnis h brcn Even and such previsions has been made that in five years after the adoption of the nrw Constitution ths great incubus upon the ealth and prosperity of Ihe State will be in a fair s to be forever removed ondition of the State is now such that it is ueved that railways can and will be built without e aid of local taxation and following the example of nearly all the other States in the Union aprovis- ion has been inserted which forbids counties cities towns or parts thereof from voting a tax under any circumstances in aid of such corporations Kxptricnce seems to have demonstrated the value and importance of a Railway Ccmmission Repeat ed efforts have been made by railroads to repeal The Constitutional Convention has according to the Courier Journal the State approxinately 130751 not including printing mileage stationary coal and ana The expense ii for the following items Per diems fMf 030 Presidents salary S2H0 three clerks 6420 Sergeant-at-Ann- s and IWirkeep U janitors 3109 pants 5pq 508 preachers S4KI copylibrarian ing s rents KH cloakroom keeper jlni and incidentals 100 The Coat of printing and mileage will probably run the total up to 200000 The New York Sun paints the effect of the failure to pass the Ives IV ol bill in the following gloomy style There is no getting away from the fact that racing eoimrations racing men and patrons of racing have taken to that State many hundretlfi of thousands of dollars every year Tlie racing contingent riake Ixing Branch and other New Jersey resorts what they are The Pennsylvania and New Jersey Central railroads will find a hugh deficit in their earnings for 1891 What will become of the palatial steamers that ply between New York and San dy Hook and where are the Jersev farmers with their garden truck outs aud hay Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Presli terians of Naiville Term have started a movement for the establish ment of a first class and extensive school in that city lor the education of young ladies ilnrk bay 16 hand- high black mane and tail and weighs 1250 poirds Will make the season ol 1891 - AT - 40 TO INSURE A COLT Agent WE CARRY FULL LIN at mv stable at the Fair Gronds RichII C TRAYNOR mond Ky 4- Gas Fixtures of Every Description INCLUDING Ilvwk Tllis We offer Due Hundred Dollars reward for any case of catarrh that can not In cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure FJ CHENEY CO props Toledo Will make the season o 1891 at M A Ohio Phelpss place 4 miles from Richmond We the undersigned have known F J on the Jacks Creek pike at PEAVINE JR Insure Chantieliers Brackets Stanards Globes Rubber Tubing Made c PILOT WILKES BATH TUBS AND CLOSETS JKXKINS GLOBE VALVES be Cheney for the last I clears and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggibt Toledo Ohio Walding Kinnnn Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo to come in The sheriff of Harlan and several of his deputies brought John Howard back to jail here Saturday to await the Whitley circuit court to where he suc ceeded in getting a change of venue Sidney Lewis who killed his father Judge Lewis in Harlan also secured a change of venue to Whitiey and was taken to Williamsburg for safe keeping the countv judge of Harlan not desiring to Lave too many of the criminals from that county iu the same jail In speak- Â¬ ing of the Lewis case Deputy Bailey informed a reporter for this paper that Mrs Lewie and a negro named Wilburu Cornet had been indicted oa the charge of taking part in the killing of Judge Lewis and that the public believed them both guilty Mrs Lewis was released under 5000 bond and the negro under one of 6000 Mr Bailey was also stated that it was the impression that Lewis would plead insanity but that the coun- Â¬ ty could and would furnish abundance of proof of his insanity George Noe who was tried at the present term of the Harlan court for breaking into Mr Baileys store was iu charge of the sher-Â¬ iff who after staying over night with him here took him to Frankfort Stan- Â¬ ford Jovrnal Â¬ CONCERNLNG FARMERS Forty fat hogs sold in Garrard county at 425 The wool and lamb trade has opened up Wool selling at 25 eoMa per pound and lambs at 525 ier head Vertaiila Sll In Cincinnati Monday export steeers reached 525 feeders and shickers 475 bona 540 sheared sheep s550 John R Gentry of Sedaia Mo sold to I A Hancock of Saline county Mo the fine jack Kentucky Prince for 000 the highest price ever received for a jack in the State Monroe Iaeer shipped four jacks Satur- Â¬ day to J Y Johnson Onuha Neb for which he received 3300 X drove of fifteen young jacks were also received Saturday from othefxiints Pari on JohnS Williams President of the Growers Tobacop Warehouse Louisville reports the house on its feet and making money The house is now selling tobacco at satisfactory prices and notifies the fanners it is ready to save them money The Paint Lick correupondent of the Lancaster Record sayii Burnam Bud and SYPHONS AND INSPIRATO 15 to a Living Colt theSired byGeorgeCrooke 2tS14 chal be bv great Wilken who the world b day and without a rival to Money due when colt is foaled or mare UOT WATER i bt the fountain head of the greatest parted with family of trotters that ever lived Pilot Wilkes dim Belle Walker Sprinkling Yard and Small Hydrants and Hose sired bv Dick Turpin bv Clark Chief by Mamhrino Chief Clark Chiel Is bv Old Pea ine 1st dam bv Bolivar 2nd dam Jalappa Forest by Ned Forest 3rd i lie dams ol Ih iis Wilson by George Ohio Wilkes and Majolica 213 216 dam b frcH kctt 4th dun bv Traveller You need rot ko to Cincinnati o Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally a trio of brood maics that has never PEAVINE Jk is a licautifu ba full stock of he latest desi b cn equalled by any other stallion acting directly upon the blood and mu- hands high heavy mane and tail 4 years Ihck Turpins dam was sired DoniMill supplies to fill all demands delphia cous surfaces of the system Price 75c old good style and fine action phan by Davy Crocket and out of Elper bottleSoId bv all Druggists 41 4 len by Pacing Pilot the sire of Pilot Jr CO M PHELPS vho sired the dams of Nutwood Maud Pi l MHtK 3- S and Jay Eye See Belle Walkers dam 4V5i was sired by Captain Walker the sire of FOR CtnOtTXX COIIIT CLERK the dams of Harry Wilkes 21312 Black Cloud 217 Garfield 221 To tlie people of MmlKin County c Sic Bud Crooke the sire of Pilot Wilkes was out I hereby announce myself eamliilnte for olUce ol Clerk of Una Mmlison Circuit the of Lizzie Brinker and she he dam of Court subject to Hie aellon of tlie Democrat Lucy Fleming 224 Bud Crooke 218 ic party Adjutant 227 Odd Fellow 231 and the While It is true I have served In that mv office as Clerk and lUpuly for the pst sevKarr filly 246 at 2 years old So we eral yeurx this has but the belle ijiin lifted have condensed in Pilot Wilkes the blood uie to dlschainc the Important and exacting in D of the best performers that ever lived duties of the office As to howlhuveut tended to my tatie- I refer to the Hon ind I will guarantee him to show as 3 Judges members of the bar Htipoits jurors nuch speed for his opportunities as any CD Carriage Bepiirix Ttiaitag W an J oilier attendants of our courts Idle jlVaV lBnf t5aT colt of his age in Kentucky you to my previous announcement in the miii Sec promst fellowclti-zt-n- s papers and respectfully ask my Pilot Wilkes will make the season of support hs the duties of my office 1891 at my stable on the Richmond and and tc will prevent me from miikltigas thorough a Lexington canvass as 1 desire Standard and Registered No 423 Richmond Turnpike about 9 miles from at of o Most gratefully Lady W II MILLER Sire of William Arthur 219 CO 15 To Living Colt Ir ine an Confedt H THORPE JR is a candidate for Sage 2234 Sleepy C lief 227 Own brother to Clerk ot Ihe Madison Circuit Court subject erate Maid irarjjfc ect Money due when colt is foaled or mare to the action of the Democratic p my 31- 22 at 5 ear parted with Woodford Chid recoid old B O POVKII of Seedwell is n oandi CLIFTON BURGIN date for Circuit Court Clerk of nfadunn CONFEDERATE CHIEFisonh credcounty subject to the action of the Demo Â¬ ited with a record of since he 241 4t cratic party was earlv taken to Ca tada but he is said He has to have been able to Hot in 220 100000 POUNDS OF WOOL had few opportunities in the stud and the colts above mentioned are all out of SSTANDAKII AND IlKI IS TEHEU cold blooded mares showing his power to We are in the mr is a brown Stallion Dark brown Stallion 16 hands high foalpropagate speed lie for Wool at 16 hands high sire of the great Clark ed May 22 1S80 Bred by W T price Chief sireof CroxielK1 and nine others Withers Lexington Ky better than 230 also dams of Phallas W n Toy 332134 Majolica 215 Wilson 2i6V and ten more better than 230 1st dam VirBilginia dam of Woodlcrd Chief 311 by Mambrino Chief 11 dam 2 dam Knale ly Touns thoroughbred by Zenith sohc by tirey Eagle j dain Kuhit B 4 ilam Mary Howe by TiBer a 25 to in Foal s tim by KnblnGr v 41 47 Vv3nntvr nlSnX dam by Imp Mclley Will make season it tnv Stable in Rich- I dam by Imp Jaiuea wfck CD nff 3 Bwk W B k HENRY S DUNCAN Agt mond CS3 HORSE is without a vice and a 43 5 W NOTICE TO CREDITQaS THIS foal getter Has never been train S yet can show a merry clip Like SEASON 1891 1891 Midway trial 225 and Aladdin his lull 8 3 D PARKIS1I brothers he shows the heavy mane and a aga tail of Mambrino and is an ideal prize Both the method and results when I C PAKRIM winner Short fine back fiine corded legs Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and perfect disposition All - iM STaflnnani nana Almorit 33 the sire of Brownmont is bv and refreshing to the taste and acts mk o TnSi Alexanders Abdallah and he by R 3 gently yet promptly on the Kidneys CO Hambletoruan 10 i d on cr Liver and Bowels cleanses the systermer 1S9I ll by Mnmbriuo Cliief dnm tem effectually dispels colds head2 dam by Pilot Jr L as aches and fevers and cures habitual He is Ihe sire of thirty seven in the 230 constipation Syrup of Figs is the Commissioner Mad lit including Westmont 215 Puritan only remedy of its kind ever pro- Â¬ 216 Fannv Witherspoori 2i64 Piedmont duced pleasing to the taste and ac2 Aldine and Early Rone 7 4 I9 2 jo j and gtaJ ire of Belle Hamlin ceptable to the stomach prompt in for its action and truly beneficial in its 2124 ile is the sire of 31 marcs that have produced 36 perlormers including A G WILLIAMSON effects prepared only from the most Winslow Alabaster 4 Vatican record 2294 sire of Bell years old WilkesJ - J 141 Notice healthy and agreeable substances its CITT nWOIl 2 Riclard or Vara record 2224 at 3 j make a many excellent qualities commend it race sire of Milt exhibition yrs old in at Catchflv 2 iVSilas Skinner 219 Civil Engineer and Surveyor tne pipes are nemg aiu mile Treasurer and thirty others He to all and have made it the most 3 yrs od sire of Light Hall 223 recorj has 57 toas Hit have sired 167 performers popular remedy known at 2 yrs old sire of Mary Van without In all there Surveys made for Railway Turu dit h lias to be Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c record 240 at 2 is old in a winning race scended fromare 31S 230 performers deAtnont plkrs Itoartwayn Estimate riven and SI bottles by all leading drug- c j mile track sire if Vannette timed in the ta BROWN MONTS istdam is by Mam Kami dmltMsK Town Lots laid nit vr old race won bv Hurts gists Any reliable druggist who McGregor in ot Jo Jo record brino Chief the head of the gi sire 230 We GENERAL LAND SIRVKYS may not have it on hand will pro- 246 2 rs old in winning race sire of broodmare famiv in the world cure it promptly for any one who Red Jim public trial 237 at 3 rs old thus find in Ihe veins of Brownmont the Linen retraced Hoecial attention niven 44- of wishes to try it Do not accept any sire of Belle Vara yearling 23s the bloodPilot Hambletonian Mambrino Chiel to topogritphical maps and plat of and Jr backed up by a strong in- farms and other lamln Correspond worlds record in a race of that age sire substitute BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY of Light Hall yearling record 248 site fusion of thoroughbred been in Georgia ence solicited with parties interested BROWNMONT has CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO of Venice yearlinj in surveys of lands in mountain e tin j mile public trial since he wl ars ol and has had SAN FRAHCISCO CAL The Madison June Light yearlinj 23sit re ck woik and no chance in the stud ties if Kenluckv 10UI8VIUE KT HEW YORK HK beaten by Queen Bess only a neck n nil 1 fill Hall Richmond Krrl at the drug store W In Kentucky he should make a great stock c 9- 2C3J4 sire of Blown Velvet coming 2 horse is old that is ah e to trot against ary BROWNMONT will make the present V FA It t I rMrtk colt ol his age III at from Paint TERMS Siooaiih with the privileie seasonand my stables 2l2 milesCreek at and Lick 2 miles from Silver 0 wrt lacunoufcly Ma all TW TatMataaanat of breeding two seasons in case of failure an a howl Mrat One hundred and thirty five shares of Iffarinfhrii--Vasco and Vat can are almost full 1wftrnlb out the county are r a Mare in foal tho uiuaiinamriu mrnla nvfttHfcfl jfe wilt Dal 20 to m Richmond Water and brothers Vasco it the sire of the best 3 the Stock of the oor o their respective vicinities attlnM wtnaful m Eavtlr and quickly tnNT frr Light Co No trades Cash only Ad- year old race record and Vatican the best lnw4 I htt - fiver rtvin - h rti r tare nWiiJy Hiati UJ ptit4 with Bipk tarn Wm B MILLER dnt dress responsible for accicK CRLTCHER I year old race record Cartertvillc Ga Mad Nat Bank B H NEALE 4445 41- 4 J 1 EMBRY iS PEAAINE JK lor Street Â¬ S 0 UI1I3I0M PLUMBING ANNOUNCEMENTS 11 Confederate Chief REMOVAL Â¬ - Insure a 1 Â¬ 44-5- C3 WANTED Brownmont 1905 Sired gyfcUPeffil3 Â¬ -- ilrxvt - 1 Insure Hare Q T Â¬ 2 an OXB BNJOYS cj Â¬ J raH M Â¬ w nM 11308 I3 sg 1 i VATICAN 1 o 3 per-ri-- li J ToAppli11 Wat - 2i 20 Â¬ Â¬ 23 Â¬ Â¬ I FOR SALE 3000 vi Insure I t Â¬ nr- -- 4hf JfJNot ixttttx VSAi at THE CLIMAX Wednesday Back Salt - April 22 1891 Red foxes waat dobs Taylor has ordered twenty tons of rock salt and will tell it at 1 per f hundred the price heretofore having P to STi A ton is the moat ever ordered by anylnxly at one time in ire One block will The peaclies are yet alive Ilrinp out tlie htrvet sprinkler knee for rent See local jna lv Mm Iff Bee I local If is in quantity at is now tiiunchiglianis salesman for E i Baldwin Excursion ta Marble Creek Mr Mamniel conductor on the R N I a R and Mr Harris express messenger this place have chartered a train foi Sunday May 2nd and will run an excur sion to Marble Creek bridge the lofty Â¬ Â¬ What A better than a public library public library is a public Measlag Attend the concert tli structure that spans the awe inspiring canyon down into which it makes ones head sw im to look nly 50 cents round trip and good order preserved City Clleelars Sale far Taxes clining years in peace and contentment with a young and attentive wife to minister to his every want One of the original Democrats he is always found at the jolls to vote or his party s nominee He is a great admirer of Cleveland and hoe8 to live to vote for him again lor President He joined the Christian church in Christian county in 1840 and has remained firm in the faith ever since lieing at present a member of the church here Mr Tribble is a splendid old Kentucky gentleman and his house has always leen noted for its unobtrusive hospitality But tew men are permitted to remain so lougon earth and still few deserve so well as he to do so May he long Ik- - spared to his familv who hold him in such tender love Mmftrd Ji Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PEKS0NAL Cook Potts spent last week in Loaawille Mrs J J Einbry went to Louisville last w nek on a visit Bishop Dudley w ill be here on next Wednesday April 39th Miss Sue Bennett left Monday for a weeks visit in Cincinnati Mrs Sam Bennett spent several days last week visiting friends in LexÂ¬ THIN COLUMN Coart at Richmond Fy having deckled that a teacher may whip an ofÂ¬ fending pupil it is more tha n ever nee v that Arlsir Day shall be observed By the planting of a few trees at every school house the pedagogue of the future will lie provided with rods suff- Â¬ icient to enfor e the Tawn of his school Arlwr Day anil education aie insepera bly connected finirier Jourmil A Â¬ CORRESPONDENCE KirKSVIILK HERE WE ARE AGAIN SO Â¬ Aruciss - cf - Inccrparatica OF THE Dr p m J i Frisbie died Monday at t Mr William Bennett and party returned last week from a fishing excursion to the Cumberland Mr Tilton of Henry coiintv the family of his nephew is ington Â¬ religious The presbytery of Ebinezer North is no v in session at Paris Congressman Iester of Virginia who K a Baptist preacher occupied the pulpit of his church in ML Sterling last Sunday The Y M C A of Cynthif na was organized in IfflR now has fifty members worth of furniture and o000 in library The Constitutional Convention paid the Frankfort ministers S75 each for opening the convention wiU prayer each moning Dr L II Blanton preached here last Sunday morning and night His sermons were listened to by large audiences and were highly appreciated Jmchmx Hmtkr The new library building of the Ba tist Seminary at Liuisville is nearly completed at a cost of 20003 It will be dedicated on Mav tlth by Prof Har er of Yale Col Fully 1000 people witnessed the col ored baptising Sunday afternoon Rev i W Bow ling was the officiating min- Â¬ ister and some 20 sinners were made as white at snow Three of the giss I sisters got supremely happy but were nuf ficienty sulslucd to realize the solemni ty of the occasion Stanford JommtL Oi Friday evening the Rev D L V Moffett preached his farewell sermon to the pariah one rn of Grace church Mr Moffetts going away is a mattei of great regret to those to whom he has endeared himself in Jefferson City and it will be a difficult matter to fill the vacancy made with his going away Mr Moffett wan a line reader n good writer and a conscien tious worker three qualities necessary to the success and growth of a parish May fortune meet him and his estimable wile in their new home Jrffeixm City Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Simmons of Danville who has been visiting Mrs J D Simmons has re- turned home Miss Pattie Willis has again been at tacked with nervous affection which has resulted in paralysis Miss Ive who has leen attending Elliott Institute has returned to her home in Harboursville There are many sad Â¬ SOUTHERN LUMBER CO I Know all M hearts mourning her aepBftate A nice Cottage ol six rooms Situated on Fifth Street for sale Apply to 41- jW nwaanV V T BjtT W that we SsAfBBBBBassahnaaW B F visiting William sSjjjWPnafnwaWnMP the name ot THE aOVTMXBN LIMB e Y 1 Baxter advertises twen nnicnt ty four pierce f prepeUy in to daya vV Hiker Climax for sale to pa the city taxes after due thereon There are seven white t with a broke leg and seventeen colored a small numler atty villi the laying of rails but larger than it should 1h Pay your taxes if vou die in the atforks will liegiii to day tempt for the machine cant run withFellows anniversary with lan- - out it besides everybody else baa paid next Monday night The UajarBJa Savings and Uaa AmocI BM a session Judge atlea ad the eighten Jufttitre pres- This company advertises its business in to da t which read for further I la ftjrkesn new ice wi particulars Midkitr The city shos ant lis full paid up stock over BM shares of installment stock have In en Kirksville iaa the taken in Richmond withiu the past rear - number of pupils eince its organ- of installment stock only tiO cents Jier month for each 100 share Stock is estimated to mature in from 6 k agent is in town great dictionary published by to 7 years I investment The company is I torn wanted See local of flourishing and growing rapidly North Middletown Bour Everybody Attend lunty Ky cert Tuesday night April 28th at Kirksville and Kentucky the Christian church for benefit of a office Saturday May- 1ublic Library fund Miss Neatly Stevens of Chicago is the pianist She jH rfonner of tiue reputation and j Mayor Collins in ko and then see that your well worth hearing The piano she uses if cspeciallly for her by the dealers She will le assisted by Mrs J G Hul d on last Fri IkII of Ixxington one of the best singProf Harris will continue at the ers in that city A lady of remarkable - tool beaaty also Admission H cents Con Mr Noland who has recently m cert begins promptly at B oclock tage on Fifth strn t is Ninety First Birthday i pncuinoiiia Monday April 90th was the 91st an- D I V MofTett and family have niversury of the birth of Samuel Shearer and moved into the fur i Sr aaaaber of relatives and friends o Hay Braa on Weal Main street ssstinbled at his home at Red House rt at tho Tni and speat the day among them Rev iiday night will as Mail Hill lrestoii Blake Mr J K Cosby and wife having been cancelled Mr M Qiiiscnlierrv and wife Messrs Samuel IiggerstafT and Win Arnold n Terry is ill with typhoid pneu- - Mr Hiram Shearer and wife 1 inner i and a Peytoi with ieature of the occasion including i a daughter with typhoid a large biithday cake baked by the ven erable rife The day was connr old friend 1oih is in the rinir cluded with singing and prayer with his excellent line of farm Mr Shearer keeps well along with the laapeet fa in to davs century having been lorn in 1800 ami the indications are that he will leach Forks telegraph line from ilte reached the Hotel Jlyn Hoase Baraed unlay and is on tin wav In Monday night of last week April Ir 13th the residence of J Lea Ballard 3 mg a new gri miles south of Kingston in this county iii their house just oujpletd on red by tire the result of accii ar Third the first ab-- dent it is supposed Nothing except the contents of Mr Ballards room wassaved Irohibition Convention at There was no ilsurance and the Mr Ballard was at iintv Court dav to to the Suite tonvei tion home ami had been asleep only an hour lohn iolden and wife who also May 19th occupied the house lost all their things - II Irvine of Lexington Mr lal lard is an unfortunate man Withpartaei ofW V Iigg in the in the past few years he has lost his - beaa ill at Hotel Glya- mother step mother father brother w ife and child and now his man and will continue ne horse Bat 77 of was rta to j ut forth tin UMAX office or it Birthday Dinner eea in tie It will lie recollected that George W r Smiths trimmer Baia the famous teniKTnnce lecturer I from the grippe in oBce resided in Richmond His I i lied Kichmoiid then small boys went to school to Dr J l her work A Summers An exchange Mrs Geo W llain celebrated her 50th me baa made an ap birthday in Lexingtoa last Monday by a rock l om rj place near Joes IJck having all her family at dinner Among them were Mr Bains mother who havre ing wedded when she was only 15 years eoatraat to old looks too young to le the great grand ieii for the erection f a mother of eight great grand children who his farm onf and a half were present The grand children present H like include Mr and Mrs Ikons twosons and Kev H C Mt Sterling their wives their All baa sild large ntim Morrison and wife and Miss Ikim in this county says the of us drank to the health of the absent f the house lieo W Bain alio is planting lias now lecturing in leiiusylvania ted the Cum s full of ice last week an J it Spill a bias ef Milk noiistrating that it Ex Iegislator ClienanK and Judge i I lie and only the John Chenault were on the tram over melt Midland road and were admiring the iv ho robbed fine country There is more winter Dr Dick t at Flemingsliiirg the result or fall grass left over in Bourlsm than in said Mr C We graze clos- Â¬ lit sent out and Marstinl Madison When Centreville was ight him Icuk er than you Moiidav I reincin called out Mr remarked red Imt passing here with a drove of cattle sville hatcher has beaa Seed for Gee C M Clay in lMfl I was en i had tertained over night by Mr and Mrs the butchers hcre a mile or more lielow here and a mighty poor shoe Gritnea Will you take a cup of oiffee asked Maapia 1ms made -- Â¬ Â¬ lt - Â¬ Vories on Broadway Kev D L V Moffett preached his first sermon to Christ church this place SunCity Attorney of Omaha We see from the World Heral 1 of day and pleased his audience The Messrs Vories are having the Omaha Neb that Mr Silas Cobb a former Uichmond boy is in luck The pleasure of entertaining their mother Mayor of Omaha has apointed him who is making her first visit to them here City Prosecutor over fourteen eonijicti tors The follow ing from the pajK r menMiss Jesie T Miller the vivacious rep tioned explains itself resentative of the Yincennes Repnbiiean Ever since the Omaha charter bill made a flying visit to relatives here last passed the Legislature and became law week Mr JHJenkins traveling for the fourteen young attorneys have been ointending for the newly created posi- shoe man Douglas of Brockton Mass was here Suuilay the guest of Mr Ed tion of city prosecutor By the new charter the assistant city Rowland attorney who now proaeeatea all offenses Miss Shirley of Leohrville and Miss in the public court is relieved of the Letcher of Uichmond Ky were regie duty and assigned to assist the city at- tered at the Phunix yesterday h torney in civil cases and other affaire lea Om pertaining to the citys interest W S Mr J W Prather and wife of RichShoemaker the present assistant city mond Ky are visit ng in the city attornev will thus be relieved from They leave for heme Jjiis morning prosa cuting in the police court and go lll- up a jKg Mrs Henry Piggs two little daughters The new position of ciK prosecutor on their road from Sherman Tex to pays 1500 per year Those most promi- Â¬ are Kansas City w here they will remain a nently mentioned in the race wert Silas few days as the guest of Mr L P Piggs Ctrrhjtofferaan Cobb George William Wappich and W J Clair The race family and then home The little uirls are complaining of being so badly tanned was between the first named three while in Texas Ollie says the Indians Mayor Cushing was asked this mornwere all white folks when they first went ing if he bad derided npoa an appoint- Â¬ tan but they stayed so long they got and stated that he would send the ment black name of Silas Cobb to the council to-Â¬ Mr and Mrs E B Hoover returned night Mr Cobb is a well know u young Democrat and an able attorney He is Monday from a visit to Mr and Mrs A J Woods at Richmond Mrs B a graduate of Central University Uich mond Ky and of the Ann Adbor Chenault of Richmond and Mrs Ella Mich law school He came to Omaha Cobb of Estill were the guests of Mrs J K Lear a few days last week in 18S7 and was for a time in partnership with General Smith then assistant Thornton Willis of Richmond was in Mrs Dickey of city attorney during which time he as the city Sunday Richmond is visiting be son Mr 1 sisted in cily prosecution He is Secren lilh tary of the State League of Democratic Dicke Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Edwin Brown I will receive the First of May two Car loads of the Texas hv appropriated 50000 for the destruction ot wolves coyotes and other wiU animals within her border Nebraska Erho Mr G D Bennett cashier of the I Savings Bank at Tecumseh writes have effectually removed two bad bog spavins with two applications each of This remedy has the Quinns Ointment endorsemt of the best Breeders in Kentucky it CELEBRATED DEERING BINDERS MOWERS PRICES OM HARVESTING MACHINES AND TWINE WILL BE LOWER THIS SEASON THAN EVER If you neel a Machine this year dont fail to cuil oo Pope and buy the DEBRINO and then you have the BLST The Deering never changes agents and alwayi keeps Repairs Headquarters lor Hardware and Store an be General pow- - 4 and be sued a common scribe to exe bers i se For Kent New House of five rooms Gas latest style on Fifth Street Mrs Kate G Wiggins 45 43 Wanted young red foxes Address 1 Walter Rice Proprietor of the Bourbon Kennels North Middletown Ky 4546 Some P M POPE men business clLECrilALElpijBL City Lois for I SflLE to be lumbi sines proposed Croup Whooping Cough and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shilobs Cure SolJ by A G Woods Ire Cream By the gallon or any large quantity for families or parties Best cream at rea sonable prices JOF Gil NCllIIHLIANI 5- lazes fri rill on Wednesday May will offt r at public sale in Court house door in Richmond sell public Kv f 691 nnnd bidder in Rich- - Kv Buy your ice Irom the Kchmond Ice Manufacturing Co 4S 18 For lame back side or chest use Shi Price 25 cent lobs Porous Plaster Sold by AG Woods SATURDAY 6 MAY 16th 1891 2 HOUSES ind runnii f LOTS between the hours of io oclock a m and froni five oclock p in the follow inn prop pay tlie taxe asse seu again i me mc lor the u ar iS Mrs ReN cca Baxter Launev Clay Mrs Nannie Faulkner Mrs W II iravMin Mrs E J Miller C Lvman Mrs U U McDowell I Spring Millinery Mrs Bourne wishes to inform her friends an patrons that she will till be lound at her old stand 103 corner Main and 3rd street where she is prepareJ to wait upon them with a handsome line of new spring millinery 43 t4 1 0 15 OO ONE HOUSE AND LOT on Orchar o 00 O OO One Vacant Lot on Fifth St 41 i i Â¬ Â¬ Clubs and was Secretary of Samoset for some time His appointment will un doubWly be confirmed by the council to night Jackson Aradeay Becomes a Branch of Central Lniversity Last Monday our school property known as Jackson Academy of which the people of Breathitt county uu no justly proud changed hands passing from the control of the Jackson Acade my Company into the Central University of Richmond Ky It is the pur f the curators of that institution to develop the school as rapidly as possible into a regular college from which st i dents wiU be graduated The charter of the Fniversity provides that Fix colleges may lie established in the State and this is to Ik one of them An additional building or a wing to the main binding will be erected the present summer and the grounds and building other ise improved The school will open the first of September with whatever faculty may le needed for the work The ol ject is to supply the educational wants of the country as they present themÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ selves i 1 I J Â¬ i son-in-la- -- i The property was sold under a judg-Â¬ ment to satisfy a debt of 2280 which was made in completing the building Four thousand dollars had already ln en paid on it making the cost of building and grounds Jti280 reviou8 to the sale a paper was signed by a very con siderable number of the stockholders transferring their stock to the University provided it got the property The great desire of the people was to have the best sclnol possible and as the Fniversity offered to develop the institu- Â¬ tion into a first class college as rapidly as the circumstances would justify it jiveu to it at a nominal price Jackson has already taken the lead as a nthoal town in the Kentucky valley and this settles its supremacy as an educational center Education is the great desideratum of this country and schools of a high grade are needed all over Pant ern Kentucky There is room for numWe trust that Uon the bers of them foundation already laid in Jackson there will Ik- built asuierBtructure that will lie a joy and a blessing to this part of Kentucky throughout the future years of this Commonwealth Jnckmn Â¬ - The most interesting euchre artv of the whole euchre season was that that Miss Ixiia Scott gave at her bone last evening in compliment to her gi Miss Mary Hume and Miss Mary Bur The gieatest Bam of Richmond was infused intojthe game and excitement ran high which waxed hotter and more hot when Misaea Belle Clay and Bessie Darnall maintained at a tie for at least an hour while Mes rs loe Botta and Cliff Ross each declined to yield the right of way to the other for as great a length of time Afterwards there were many ups and down and nunctuations and there was no small excitement when after a checkered career Misses Belle Clay and Joe Botts were pronounc ed the winners The first ladys prize was an oxidized silver bracelet and the second which v s won by Miss Annie Miss Clay was a Royal Worcester race Emily lVarncs carried off the prize amidst much merriment The accoutrements of the game were replaced by aecoutrements of the palate after the victory was deckled on the numerous small tables and the fcust was a delightful one The guests were the M Mary Hume Mary Burnam Belle and Annie Giav and their guests Miss Mary Nora Breckinridge of Wa hiinrton Graves Emily Barnes Margaret Rob- Â¬ erts ieorgia McClellan Louise Saun ders Bessie Darnall and Mary Payne The gentlemen were Messrs Will Tal bart Isaac Leonard W C Samuel Rog ers Clay Alex Adams Richard Norwood Ralph Shaw Iee Stedman Grey Falconer Craig Falconer and Tilford Clark Misses Hume and Burnam are always most popular in Lexington society and the young people are loath to see them depart They leave for their home to- Â¬ Mr Joe Botta won the collei tion day of dainty little charms as a prize at the euchre party last night and Mr Cliff Ross carried off as second prize a leather pocket book Leringii u leader Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Church of this place was formally dedicated last Sunday Elder V M Rains of Cincinnati preach ed the dedii atory sermon tiefore a large and interested audience Mr Rains an nounced that there was a delt of two thousand dollars on the church which must le provided for before the church would 1h dedicated He then called on the assembly to liquidate the debt So-Â¬ licitors were sent out in the congrega tion and in a comparatively short time the required amount was subscrilied In the evening a large congregation as sembled in the church and after i strong practical sermon by Elder Rains Elder Walden of Cvnthiana conducted the sacramental sen ices Elder Rains then in a moat eloquent and impressive manner dedicated the house to the service of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ li Christian The Tril This property Catarrh Cured health and sweet breath secured ly Shilobs Catarrh Remedy o cents Nasal Price Sold by AG Wood Mat Campbell Jr Mariah Green Holloway If you want to buv a Sulky Surrey Joe Irvine Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for Mariah Irvine - I V Mackey he has the latest best and cheapest Harrison Miller Sleeplesf nights made miserable Letch Miller ydn Phelp terrible cough Shilohs Cure that Lewis Simpson the remedy tor vou Sold by A Millie Shearer Woods M inerva Stone a 5- Injector free Frank Barnes Charley Barnes the pr 250 OO k p m I - Terms made N 4 ki 15 300 00 DEATHERA II Myers 31 hrs 4 00 SOTIfETOTBEPlBLIC 1 Donelson has a quantity ot new Sulkies Surries and buggies of the newest and most popular patterns and at very reasonable figures 5- Thomas Walker Dow Winkfield Charley Yates 250 Io OO OO The rale ol V npanv in L BAXTER Citv Collector tliev r ing at the sidewalk ake water is to run to the curb All other work such Will vol suffer srith Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint Shilohs Vtalizer is guaranteed to cure you Sold by A G Woods Littles Barker Shop Kcmoved OtcingurUU Ouffooc God George T Little has removed his barThe following is a programme of the ber shop down street to the house formerWater We are building an ICE FCTORY in Co operation of the Christian Churches ly occupied by Sanders cigar store sec- your city We vt ant the pav of Madison and Estill counties to be ond door from Herndons corner He every held with the Mt Zion church Madison invites his old patrons and the public gencounty Friday and Saturday May IS erally to cail promptly Customers Iff Coiisiiiiicp ill Richmoiid and Pi Friday Morning Introductory waited upon Evcything clean and first carrv on ti W L Crutcher Address of Welt 12 class and tne best of work done it will be an will get it if court Â¬ ICE fir II The Hydrants Street Washers Hath Tub Pires Clmets Ac im a Practical riumb- - L 11 Reynold Reply John D Good- - Toe Enrollment of Delegates Address J L Montgomery Short Talks Fri- Â¬ day Afternoon Introductory Service Enrollment of Delegates Appointment of Committees Address Co operation Work led by J W Prather an 1 K P followed by short addn Benton froui delegate Friday Night Intro Â¬ ductory Service Sermon B C Ilager Saturday Morning Introductory man Reporte of Committees TreasService urers Report Evangelists Report Committee on Ways and Means Committee on Future Work Address Miscella Â¬ Adjournment 1230 neous Business Saturday Afternoon Introductory Ex- Â¬ ercises Further Rejxrts of Committees Time and Place Nominations of Place fficers Nomination of Resolutions Address E V Spicer Address Cun Miscella- Â¬ ningham Short Addresses neous Business Adjournment Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gardens Plowed Thorough y and reasonably C T 37 and the best quality af and Wells Th e Ice Factory asks lor your patron age See their Agent 45- - lS Shilohs Vitalizer is what you need for Constipatior Loss of Appetite Dizzi ness and ill simptoms of Dyspepsia Price 10 ar d 7 cents per bottle Sold by A G Woods Good front and back rooms on Main street tuitable for young men Cheap ApDly at Climax ollice jj- - will win favor We do not claim the benefit of your trade because this is a Clear Soiid Ice I lydran your Ho t and will help build up the town even it t Reels and - Home - Enterprise we arc building up an industry to compete Anhibath - WAT CHANDELIERS order n 17 er does the best work a good job W P Baxter painter and paper hangSee him and get 2Q- - with the products of other cities It is a hang them thereby aving Gas Fixtures ha matter 01 dollars and cents Judge us by the quality of our ice and I WILL WARRANT ALL II Y our price and you will get the cle clearest ice for tl D RANTS AND HOSE TO as our factory taits not later than May GIVE SATISFACTION you will get 15th I10KSE NOTES B II Neales horso sale Saturday for the IS hor amounted no -- nearly 200 per head Miss Russell and Russia the former the dam and the latter full sister to Maud S 208f have beaa shipped from Woodlmrn farm to Terra Haute I ml where both will 1k bred to Axtel 212 ftfliniln Qoeen A Crescent Route will sell tickets IqflliragQ nnd return account the National Association of Trotting Horse Breeders Convention April 22 21 at one and a third fare for the round trip on the certificnte plan Selling tickets at the regular rates going giving certificate that w ill enable the holders to return at one third fare Continuing our stallion notices from cards and advertisements printed at the Climax office we note the following The trotting stallion 11 las Jr ebaaV nut M hands by Hylas 8C1 sire of Susie S Hy1st dam bv Krickson 2l0t las 224J by Alcalde 1st dam Santa Maria dam of Billy Hoskins 226r by Pilot Jr 15 to insure Dr Phil Roberts Richmond The trotting stallion Black Diamond 16 hands at 12 or 10 for three or more Is a nephew of Grafton sold to Robt Bonner for 15000 and held by him at Ballards Waxy by snore than 35000 lid Vaniiicter Waxyby Berthune by Sidi Haruet by Virginia by Sir Archie by Imp Old Waxys dam by Stormy Diomede Petrel by Medoc out of Henry Clays old Buzzard Basra aud so on back through Dame Millers Damsel Tom Hal Braxc K H Ballard Paint ton 1 iabiga DIED Charlotte House died in Madison county on Saturday April RSth IS11 aged 14 years Mrs Anne Cecil died at the home of her sister Mrs Got Cantrill at George- Â¬ town on Thursday April 1Mb Dr J 13 S Frisbie died at Kirksville Madison county Ky on Monday morn- Â¬ ing April 20th 1H01 aged oO years He had been ill a year with heart disease Bnried in the Richmond cemetery A native of Monticello Wayne county had Was a lived in this county eight yeiirs brother-in-laof Prof M Elliott and a good citizen and prosperous physician Ice Manufacturing The Richmond and not being No Ice With Sawdnst On It Co propose to sell the best Ice as low as under any expe smimirtl the lowest Mr J E Dykes will be our agent bill to be reasonably low 45 18 to Shilohs Cough and Consumption and has authority fill make contracts Will JOHN M RIFFE no orders at factory Cure is sold by us on a guarantee It the season Sold by A G for less than 100 lb cures Consumption ta tl Woods VTht Xnisrecco can you draw from and ne IN G A M Â¬ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS the following snort plain Eng Â¬ lish sentences We are building an Ice Factory The Factory will make 10000 lbs 01 Ice every day The Ice will have to be sold in We mean what we say Richmond LIST OF LETTERS Remaining April A BUILDING AND at Richmond unclaimed in the Post Office Ky for the week ending M B FARRIN JJ ICK ilst 1891 Ilutthr April 17 Barnes Mitchell Barley John J Beaslev Maren Bow Jennie Baker Scott Co Conrad Carr Marv Doty William Evance J 8 French mind reader iln a double team ill lenlay at a rapid rate and -- Mug lie foil klen at diilerent places vertisemcnt ofthcRhh Ice Manufacturing Co and fitl row cooler They re iac the factory certain They t Ik - and leani what they do men on the Wator- 25 a day went -- Saturday They an- truck forsome tin e many men willii -- imy the your fruit and ornamental - Mr P F Adams the Wax rwuan The little fellows are just Hough to crawl and are easily kil hv catr-- in an adjoining county on Dr J W Harris Inion Cit f rfomied a surgical ojiera nly cheerful y stiff bill but as a matter i r an aldi- - it - Pnbiir Sale N B Myers will sell pul id lots and one vacant well located iseliiellt Money By Telegraafa - Kx press Co has arranged ti - bj Ulegrajih agent on Second street will U- glad iw you how it is done This is the am time Richmond has had this on r New Canter to Mr Miller Dr H ll Phillips of Monticelhi President Ellio has bought 200 acres suuiu farm near Kirki 0 II remove to the county next all A law of Hananrript Awmnt of the Drouth in 1834 Mr David Chenault Sr who now re- Â¬ sides in the pubnrlis of Richmond has a well preserved manuscript left by his grand parents which tells of a drouth in Madison county that law jiereons now retail Mr Chenaults grand father was No nailkifyoapli Mrs Griaaee a Baptist minister and lived at Cane I replied Here spill Mr Chenault a Spring church near the mouth of Rod of milk said the kindly old lady j river where bis Fon the late Cabell Mrs Grimes was a Miss Goff and as Cheuault resided and near which Mr she left mi children her estate went to Chenault himself lived until recently her relatives the Gods Sudduths etc It would have leen well had many othStniuther iolF of Clark tells us she was ers left similar manuscripts for posterity his grandfather Strauther GofTs sister We quote the naaar in full She was remarkable for her strength of An account of the spring season in mind and InhIv When a young lady the year 1S34 Tlie thin Monday or she could hold up a barrel of sugar Tuesday in April there was a small rain aater and drink from the bung On the not a good cabbage season and on the iotf place settled in 17I0 a tree still 26th and 27th days of April there was a stands which was prominent in that severe killing frost that bit all the timearly day ber killed the leaves entirely and some Old father Grimes that good old soul of the timber and the corn aud lieans alWe neer shall see him more most universally This was followed by here below but may we all meet him a seveie drouth and in about two or The and aunt Rachel Susan above three weeks there fell a severe frost tive husband was oftrn severely joked nights hand running and we were in by his wife who objected to George it would rain but none came and making the pictures of his fat steers so Indies of all the gloomy prospects I ever saw it prominent 1nrit Kruimtitin CUizen excelled all and continued dry with cold Ueerjre W TrihWe north winds The dust was never prop- Â¬ of this sketch is one of erly laid nor nothing like a cabbage seaThe subject In count and liest known son until the loth and 16th days of June citizens He was born in Madison coun- Then our corn was not above the clods ty on January 1st 1804 which makes and a great deal of it in the ground Some him past S6 He was a Bon of Peter the perished so that it never came upat alland wm of Andrew Tribble both of whom where it was the best I think but little His over half stood Flax and oats not one were noted Rnptist preachers This we think mother was Mary Boone daughter of half as high as common brother of Daniel Boone correct David an Nancy Chknaci t the noted pioneer This we leave for our children Was married to Miss Patsy Einbry Their children were the late Cabell and daughter of Joel and Mary Ann Kmbry and eight chil Harvey Chenault this county Anderson on the 2nd of dren blessed their union All are dead and Tandy Chenault deceased Montgomery county Mrs H C Broaddus this of Hopkinsville t Peter Tribble place formerly Mrs Alexander Tribble Mrs Ruth B Hopkins of Pembroke and David Chenault deceased of Ten- Â¬ Mr G W Tribble Jr of Springfield nessee Mo and Alexander Tribble of Middles Among the reverend gentlemans palsro His wife died Nov 5 1848 He then moved to Lincoln county and mar Â¬ pers was found the following which is ried on Aug 12 ISH Mrs Lucinda carefully preserved and U neat and white Smith widow of John Smith and daugh- to this day Received July 7th 1803 of Mr David ter ef Mary and Fielding Kenl He has devoted most of his life to Chenault One Five and Six in full of ac- Â¬ Thomas C Howard fanning being at one time the largest count 1 5s 6d hog raiser that Lincoln comity ever had Mr Howard was for many years a pros He retired from active life in 1870 and is m on the perous merchant and built the Bronston now living on a ni Danville pike where he apends bis de residence on Third street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Huffman Samuel Baylor R M Lacker MP Livingston A Tipp Miss Susie I auy John MaiSuanc Sidney McPolly G RICHMOND ICE MFG CO WALTER 45S Loan - Company THAT G A ROY O Commissioners Sale W C vs W - STATE OF of Ma 2li Â¬ Â¬ Evans James Parri6h HanSM Fawlkes Allrt Shulty Win Garr Charleti jarden Hattie A Thomas Bettie Rfsolntions of Kfspect Watey Ben F Harris Callit Walden Mack Wiiebkas It has seemed good to our Hawkins Cary Post Heavenly Father to remove from our Money Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m order and registered letter hours midst our esteemed friend and brother prompt 7 a in to ri p m W A POWELL pm William Whitaker who departed this life April 2nd 1ML Therefore be it Itnoheil That our Farmers and Laborers Inion has lost one of its truest and most zealous members Rrtolrcd That we extend to the relaStockholders in the Kirksville and Kentives of the deceased our earnest sympa tucky River Turnpike Co are hereby notified that the annual election thy and sincere condolence in their sad of said company will be held atfor officers the storeaffliction Bro at Kirkshouse of J B Walker Jiesolrcd That these resolutions be pub- Â¬ ville on the 1st Saturday in Mav 1891 C C CHRISMAN Brest lished in the Climax and a copy of them Secy J B WALKER Treas be sent to his family Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miller John P Miller Martha Frinch Plff Oldham ice HELPS RICHMOND of Sale Defts In Equity Be it rememlx Js c of a judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the March Term thereof in the above styled cause the under sitjned will on By virtue and a of the foregoing THE LOUISVILLE 6th EDWARDS RITCHIE MondayMay41891 Savings Turnpike Election the hour of oclock P about 1 Â¬ Court House ton County Court day LIC SALE Â¬ Â¬ Richmond Mad Kentucky being County proceed to expose to PC B to the highes bidder the following described property via in door Loan and THE STATE OF OHIO County of Hamilton I John B Peaslee Common Pleas a co and for the Com do herebv name is Ml i Building Company Bnacli Agency Ben One Tp Old A Certain Tract of Land W A Finnell W H BrsTox M 1 45 47 H Elliott Com 1 Lick The trotting stallion Kugene at 10 insure Bv Hogans Administrator Stevens Administrator dam by Pecks Death having invaded our asylum and Idol by Mambriuo Chief the latters dam taken from our midst Past II Commander by American Eclipse his dam also by Matt lladen Stockton Stevens Administrator dam by Packs Rewired By his death this Comman Idol by Mamhrino Chief dam by Pilot dery has lost an earnest and ardent Sir Jr J II Perkins near Perkins Post Knight one ever ready to do well his office part and hereafter when we sound the Rattler at 8 to insure Five years 16 Assembly we shall each of us miss this hands red sorrel extra main and tail affable and courteous frater By Peavine by Old Rattler by Stock Raoired That we extend our heart felt bridge Chief Peavines first dam by sympathy to his bereaved wife mother Wagner second dam by Collier third aud friends and as a token of respect to dam by Pollocks Hambletcnian Pea icmory we attend his burial in a vine the sire of Nettie Ward 222 Lucy Ixxy and perform at the request of his Â¬ Fleming 220 and other fast ones Rat wife the lat sad rites of our order tlers first dam by Morgans Black Hawk Reiolved That a copy of these resolu M Asbell between Union City and John tions be furnished the bereaved family Doylesvillej and printed in the city papers also that Progress a memorial page in our Record Book be It is veryMmportant in this age of vast dedicated to his memory material progress that a remedy be pleas- Â¬ J A H iogins ing to the taste and to the eye easily tak- Â¬ J Speed Smith en acceptable to the stomach and healthy J C MOKOAX in its nature and effects Possessing these That Hacking Cough can be so quickly qualities Syrup of Figs is the one perfect cured by Shilohs Cure We guarantee laxative and most gentle diuretic known It Sold by A G Woods Resslutioss of Respect At a called conclave of Richmond Commander- No 19 held April 14 1891 the committee on the death of Sir Matt II Stockton reported the following resoluto tions which were unanimoisly adopted by viz Â¬ Â¬ situated in Madison County Kentucky on the waters of Drowning Creek and the same land conveved to J W Oldham by heirs of Hannah Bush Beginning a stake in center of road leading from Notice is hereby given all property Richmond to mouth of Drowning Cree N 76 E 10 poles to a owners and holders to see at once to the near the gate N E 6i 50 sanitary condition of their premises The white oak a stump in the stake road and inspector will lie around by the oth of poles to corner of the dower thence with May and we hope he will have no unfavE same S line The Council stakeofin center s7- creek 178 poles to a orable reports to make thence up same ol hopes due attention will be given this S 11 W iS poles S 3 W If poles S notice By order of the Council w- 3 V10- sw- - 3 roles to a 53 Mayor J S COLLINS stake at the edge of cut off S 56 W 9 it J E GREEN LEAF Secy 2 10 to a stake in center of creek and corner to Wm Benton thence with his line T1 W 95 poles to a stake on the line of old Dozier land thence N 30 E to beginning containing 115 47 7 I0 acres of land or a sufficient quantity thereMothers Fmemd is a scientific- Â¬ to produce the sum of 127055 of the ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ amount of money so ordered to be made dient of recognized value and in and the costs hereof constant tee by the medical proÂ¬ TERMS Sale will be made on a credit fession These ingredients are com- Â¬ of six and twelve months The purchaser will be required to give bond with apbined in a mannct hitherto unknown proved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and ef- Â¬ fect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from the day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purhcase money is paid or the purchaser can be WILL DO all that is claimed for permitted to pay cash if he so desires kANDMOSE It Shortens Labor J R Com 01 M C C Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to 45 46 Book Life of Mother and Child Cake Far Sale to Mothhs mailed FREE con- Â¬ taining valuable information and An excellent quality of coke for sale at voluntary tistimonials the new gas works Price 12 c SO per bottto Sent by exprM o 1 receipt of jmc M N DRIGGARS Supt lESULATM CO a8aiHa6a MAOFIEU Richmond Water and Light Co DKUOOISTS 40SOLS Br ALL Â¬ -S Clean Up and fi and qualified a minister oa of deeds etc And further that f am well with the hand Ritch ture to the said c knowledgment is genuine Receipts from Richmond Loansclosed in Richmond Additional loans being made unto set my hand an said Court at Cincinnati S 384 29 March A D JOIIN B PF 7540 00 By W li 3700 00 In Tes this erk CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY For Every SI Received Here The Louisville is Lending S5 Capital Stccfc la Force 1400000 AtitithI divldsnd Feb 91 25 per et Choice ot Three Forma of Investment LOCAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS STATE OF I L W K Court the loth dav 01 me in my office and acknowledged and de- Â¬ livered bv G A Roy to be his act and deed and the sane was filed certittesl as above for record whereupon the same and the foregoing is with this recorded in my office Witness my hand this 1st day of April 1891 L W HILL Clerk By Chas Tldor P 44 47 Â¬ MOTHERS FRIEND J SPEED SMITH President R L GENTRY Vice President FRENCH TIPTON Secretary J W CROOKE Treasurer W R SHACKELFORD Atfy W M WlLLLSON J C MOKUAX E B Wallace Wm Crow Depository call on or READ Goods THIS Richmond National 3ank jOaVFor full information address We have closed out our stock of Dry c to quit tha business All par debted to us are respectfully request- 1 L R BLANTON Agent Office at Brooks Middel tons Drug Store - ed to come forward and st ly Our affairs must be wound up Res - CROOKE BE OLIVER PLOWS 0 NEWS OF 0TIIER COUNTIES MtRARD EVERYONE KENTUCKY 900 STATE NEW Died age John Burnside JESSAMINE at an advanced Died Alexander Wallace in the LexSeveral aged ington 50 atrium coonk arretted and jailed for robbery MERCER A fire at Harrodsburg last Thursday night destroyed the large grain elevator together with twenty five thouand bush- Â¬ els of wheat Loss about 50000 well insured ROCKCASTLE who coined good silver money here from metal mind within the county fifty years Pieces of this coin can be found ago occasionally now on the premises where These this man lived and operated Mt Vernon Signal coins pass current doubt that lead was found in this county years ago in abundance Another case similar to the lead legend is known and told by old citizens of a man There is no SHACKELFORD DKMKKS FOR SJ3Lil3 13Y IN ALL KINI- - OF- - GENTRY Mum Goods On vesterdav morning Mr Dan McMillan was driving a horse in a road cart on Main street The horse with butigy attached of Dr J A Lewis was hilched in front of the residence of that The McMillan horse took eentleman fright at a passing street car and made a rush landing squarely across the buggy of Dr Lewis between the dash board and set where he was fastened so tightly that he could not get loose and it was necessary to take the wheels from the Lewis buggy and let the McMillar horse to the ground in order to extricate him Strange to relate the horse of Dr Lewis which is a sttady one but not remarka Â¬ ble or gentleness stood perfectly motion less while passing through his novel and The buggy of Dr thrilling experience No other Lew is was badly broken Georgetown Times damage was done Haraware Tinware BLACKSMITHS Wooae AND WAGON MAKERS Bouse TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds a V Mf GOING G o O o O o O o O o O o O FARLEY I Noblin on old gentleman about 75 years of age arrived in Danville Wed ne day morning on an early train and soon discovered that he had been carried several hundred miles away from his des- Â¬ Mr Noblin is from Noblin tination Post office N C and had been spend ing the winter at Apopka Florida When he started home he asked the rail road agent for a ticket to Danville Va which point is the railroad station to Noblin N C The brilliant agent sold the old gentleman a ticket to Danville Kv instead and he being unacquainted yvith the diflerent railroda simply followed the directions of the trainmen and did not learn of the mistake until he arMe fell into generous hands rived here however and was soon on his way home- Â¬ ward Danville Advocate BOURBON f n -- V J OUR ompetitors ms3sJg ll li t Mr F L McChesnev who lias been the proof reader and editor ofthemn One of the oldest houses in utts of the Constitutional Convention will remain in Frankfort for a couple of months indexing and getting the work in Kent inky keeps a variety of shape for publication The Convention made him an appropriation of 515 for WROUGHT IKON for black Ihis extra work Paris News The case of the k United States against smiths WHEELS SPOKES John Hendricks and others for robbing the post office at Paris was called before R E Kinkead in KIMS and other supplies for Special CommissionerCommissioner held Louisville The YES 1 OOOOOO0OOO0OO mis aid liind Hendricks Webster Hexter and Smith Best makes of over until the next term of the court waon makers Carroll and Johnson were dismissed FARMING IMPLEMENTS Fine This is the case where the Paris post office was robbed of 5 000 one cent tnd 15000 two cent stamps and nearly Jjoo GUNS and AMMUNITION in silver money The man Hendricks is supposed to have stolen the stamps with Iquarters lor FIELD SEEDS the assistance of a boy named Eddie Webster and then employed the others LINE of HARDWARE and bent to sell them CLARK brands of STAPLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT I li ir -- Poor lit arCome lathers -- to the house where and grandfathers her We ill wt lled now lu anJ we intend which it in nr i th ir goods half a century The case ofGav vs Witherspoon was decided Saturday in the Court of ApieaU It involved the ownership of the business house on Main street now occupied by Martin i llodgkin The house was owned by Jas P Gay Jr his lather Jas P Gay Sr owning a life interest in ft500 of tha value Young Gay sold his interest to N II Wihcr poon lor about i I competition pn is W New L FAHLEY Successor to John Farlev expect tl 5 we - Livery - Stable -- ily ad we assure you tha Johnny1 establihm Ol R NEW- Allurements even astonish us N tTS and SHOES of H r Sjinuir and Samroei are amp xiption Sjicial attention is called to our Old Ladys1 also our 150 and 200 line and -- Old line o CLOTHING ia unequalled lor style durability and have come and our lit the tanall boy the small large or most fastidious mM laaheardor Also SUITS MADE TO ORDER Horses are ill Gooi Trim Joal inspect our line of HAT consisting oi Stetsons Swauus and brand and in fact all the leadin t In endless varieties we can end here our cry A We propose to furnish Handkerchiefs Socks Suspenders mtiful line of Gloves lewely Trunks Vali Uml Turnouts of all Kinds wtvelties in Jewelry Air for 5 eta a good Work Shirt Lndrshirt Pair ol Twenty fiv at reasonable rates an arm load ol other bargains innel and Dnlaimdried Shirts from 50 cents to the best and made Horses Joarded by the day in novelties in fancy flannels and linen and week or month A fcilk puff Liundried Shirts from 65 cents to the finest tor the celebrated STAB Shirt We can Horses Bought and Sold We are live nen with live joods at live prices sell you an article cheaper than many merchants can ive it to you Oh we are -- way out f oijiht Teams for hauling of every kind my of the leading brandj i the market mt competitors of any Cheap 1 Buggies Harness i -- i lite I 1400 a sum much less than its real value Subsequently the elder Gav sold his life interest to Mr Witherspoon J P Gay Sr as trustee for his son brought suit to set aside the sale aleging fraud He was beaten m the Circuit Court hut st cured a reversal in the Court of Ap pcal By a curious coincidence the lat ter decision reverses their relative posi Formerly Witherspoon owned the building and Mr Gay a limited life interest in it now Mr Gray owns the building anil Mr Witherspoon the lile interest On April 4th William Monroe aged 6S years applied to the CountyClerk for license to marry the widow of his son John Monroe aged 48 As this bidden by law of course the clerk refused The would sent for Judge James French who informed him that the divine law as well as the civil law forbade such marriages but the former would not be satisfied until the Scriptures were read to him Monroes w ifc has been dead less than a year while the womans husband died since Christmas Later The couple thii week repair cd to Maysville where they were marWe have no ried by fudge Phister knowledge of why they took this step as the marriage was just as illegal at Maysville as it would have been here John V Robinson has brought suit against Boulevard Company for the Grand 9180 the sum due on the farm bought by the Company from him At the West bound Ireight train Saturday after noon passed Pine Grove a negro man named Douglas attempted to board the train but was thrown under the wheels and killed Coroner Alexander hed an inquest and the jury brought in a verdict in accordance with these facts Last week Matthew Dixon who lived near the mouth of Upper Howards Creek was returning from work and slipped a steep bank into the creek at from a place where the water was deep and No one was with him at was drowned the time and his body was not found for a day or two He leave a familyClifton R Ileal a native of Clark county died in Denver Colorado last week He was one of the wealthiest and most He was noted gamblers in the West born in Kidrjyille and his mother was a Scholl tia leH here sixty or more years ago and has never been back to the coun ty Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - for the infirmary lund Thk Floyd county frrand jury in a ten days session returned 109 indictments MADE Clay Citt Powell county baa decid Â¬ ed to issue 88000 of bonds for the erec Â¬ tion of a public school building The town has hitherto been without taxaÂ¬ tion except in the way of license Mrs Bettie Smith a well known woman of Christian county died sud Â¬ denly at her home near Fredonia the other evening in the ninetieth year of her age Lalors Old Stand corner Main Fide gutted Goldsmiths doll and -- MY LINE OF- base ball factory Covington a few and B Streets Richmond Kv days ago causing a loss of 840000 As effort is being made to reopen the navigation of tireen and Barren rivers between Bowling Green and Browns- Â¬ ville the county aeat of Edmonson county At least 50 suits are said to be in preparation at Maysville against the AND C and O railroad for damages to pri vate property by rapid running of trains Pinkviiie has a female barber Fresh - Clioicc - Groceries A new bank has begun business at Preston burg Os the strength of the new manu- Â¬ Will facturing concerns that are proposing purchased by the new firm IS NOW COMPLETE to locate at Cloverport a boom in real be sold at exceedingly reasonable estate has struck the town Alfred Hoi em ax of Powell county prices shot and instantly killed his neighbor Rolx Kelly in a quarrel over a line FULL I have all the latest novelties fence rt MEASURE The court of appeals has granted a on sale and at prices within the new trial to William Smith of Powell and DOWN WEIGHT reach of all My line of county who was sentenced to be hang ed for killing Andrew Uibbs in Sep Â¬ tember 1890 The trouble between the men arose out of their affection for the same young lady Miss Annie bought and sold at Market Trices Frisbie TnE regulators of Pineville like those around Cumberland Gap have CO L COLE AS ALSO THE begun the task of cleaning out the riff 42- raff which follows the track of booms The following fourth class postmas Â¬ ters were commissioned a few days ago J F Wallace Eagle Station Carroll county John Sallwoetive Gaw Daviess county J Harland Ilsley Hopkins in plain toe or patent leather county L Miller Nash Edmonson county tipped for Ladies Gents Misses Coal is selling at twenty cents a bushel in Burlington THE NEW GROCERY FIRM and Children is the The Covington Post says 8100000 worth of building has been done there IIGCIIS--HEIID8since January 1 II Mock Bros of Cedar Grove stock Ever Shown in Richmond lobbiesi farm Boyle county lost by death the other day the valuable brood mare STAPLE AND FANCY Mary Lynn and her foal by Gambetta I can please you in style as well Wilkes Mary Lynn was by Messenger Chief and out of Rose Chief the dam of Groceries Dueeswre as in price Mimic 228 i and Prince Wilkes 814f She cost Mock Bros 82100 last spring but would not hare been sold for a on 111 much higher figure Bedford Phelps a farmer of Butler mv line county near Bowling Green was found hanging by a plow line in a deserted LARGE ASSORTMENT OF his The McKinley Uill has not ad- cabin on to farm It is thought that inability meet a debt caused the act vanced my prices which are al- He was engaged to marry a young lady of his neighborhood May 3 ways the LOWEST Charles Schaffler who lost all his Now is the time of year for vou savings of years in the Schwartz bank in Louisville has gone insane The to purchase other morning he attempted suicide by The Thing jumping in the river and was rescued and jailed on the charge of lunacy The court appeals has The Quality Best case of theoftwo sheriffs reversed the Clover Timothy and all other Field of Christian county C M Brown 1881 to 1884 and Seeds at loyvest cash prices John Boyd 1884 to 1888 who were In accounting for their fWtoine now while you can shortthe state the former to the revenue due amount get the largest stock to select of 81264 and the latter to the amonntof Will Buy ill Country Pri3ce S2V9 The court below gave judgment from Save money and be happy ngainst them for the sums mentioned At the Highest Market Price and for damages as a penalty for failing to report the money collected 50 per cent of the total sum and also disaland lowed the fees of 25 per cent of the C C taxes collected which the statute au-Â¬ thorized to be paid The court of ap 41- peals in a lengthy opinion by Judge Prior reverses merely to allow the sheriffs the 25 per cent Judgment affirmed as to the rest W O B Dixon has been appointed fourth class postmaster at Joe Pike county vice J M Scott resigned- CHICKEN At the regular annual election of officers of the Shelby County Confeder Â¬ ate Veterans Association held at Shel TO Cholera Cure byville the other day the following officers were elected Dr William F Beard Forty first Alabama infantry president George W Wells Sixth Ken- Â¬ tucky infantry treasurer R T Owen Twelfth Mississippi infantry secre- Â¬ Â¬ The Lexinfrton charity ball cleared JLCOLEYCO A -- D ir- RUFFW8Em pWCToddBro m 111 Staple 0 Fancy fegfc jufC HAPPY GROCERS m Main St below First af w f jjf yZ P v Stapls aadFancySr Ml Shoes Hats New Firm WATCHMnKERJEWELER DEAIKK IN Queensware Glassware Tinware Hardware Â¬ New Goods Woodenware Lt c4c Walclies Clocks Jewelry Silver and etc Furnishing - Goods Plated wr Keeial attention given lo CANNED GOODS Tobacco and Cigars FETTINQ DAMONDS STONES AND OTHER PRECIOUS REPAIRING Promptly done nnii in a workmanlike OODNTin your Eggs en- - Â¬ HIGHSHOES Country Produce J manner Cash B Paid for Old Gold and Silver buy your ir 9ST Dont friet the place next door to the Pmt oHce Kiclmond Ky 30- Â¬ LOW CUT HH - W0TODI GORMLEY FINEST LINE DONT BlIY faweWewrs W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOEbottom rantp and tamped on W L DUlGLAts VrtKklM Maas no Add Saddl ery Trotting -- old by Â¬ CANNED GOODS JACK FREEJVIAN Style The PowersHagan DRUGGISTS Corner Main ami Fir t FIELD SEEDS the M 1 81 RICHMOND HAS EYE RICHMOND KKMTt KV Â¬ WALLACE COME SEE US Â¬ maaiNs herndon PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded ilay and night by an experienced physi cian and pharmacist W C GormloyiX Â¬ C T WELLS i Closing Out ANTEE u s DRUGS TlirOiih I iiii QUIT BUSINESS As Medicines Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES EQOKS ALBUMS the senior member of the firm W A Â¬ Powell has been ap Â¬ pointed postmaster ot Richmond which position will require all his time and atten- Â¬ tion we have decided to close out our Cloth- Â¬ ing and Shoe busi- Â¬ ness We will therefore sell at greatly reduced prices from this day forward The Â¬ Â¬ greater part of our goods is new and the Scotch Irish Association of America will hold its third annual con Â¬ gress in Louisville May 14 next Gov Buchanan of Tennessee has issued a proclamation announcing the event The Mount Sterling commercial club is trying to establish fair grounds and a race track At Lexington David B Hardesty waa shot and badly wounded by Robert T Holloway The trouble was the result of some pool room rivalries While out shooting frogs Clem Mod erman of Covington accidentally shot and killed himself A qitet but determined company of citizens of Sturgis Union county broke up some obnoxious gypsy camps near that town Covixotox has arranged to confine her young criminals in the Cincinnati house of refuge A farmer in Owen county is putting out an orchard of 10000 peach trees and 2000 crab apples Kentucky will have a soldiers home sure It will be situated near Louttt ville A Michigan firm has bought 13000 acres of land in Lewis county and will open quarries on an extensive scale The Christian county jail is without a prisoner Boone county is clear of debt and has 81515 in the treasury The farmers alliance of Lewis coun- Â¬ ty has decided to run a candidate for legislature Daniel Brown the well known Lex Â¬ ington trainer who was thrown from a break cart died of his injuries the other afternoon Â¬ tary The jjap of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that posith ely cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is 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¬ Bod MnrndtouTrvtcf Tn Nnt and Lump Coal SoitCoal and Anthracite cL SJiBSIti L v - Thousands POWERS hjAGAN WE KEEP C T- WELLS - mm 3 MS GAS STOVES gtfc---- N JBVKsMaaVCafBV ate Tr i FOR SALE BY- - HARDWARE Brooks Mddelton WHEAT anil FLOOR FARMERS having Wheat should not fail to visit us now We have a Sixty Barrel Full Roller Mill in operation and For SloEepsbiring of Tinwue - Ifr - Our Goods are ol excellent quality and our PRICES REASONABLE THE Rli are turning out E C y BOGGS i CO SSfNcw Stable on Irvine Street Let ween Second and Third G II MYERS Main Street opp Court House J R BAILEY MVgr 14i Deaisrrst far May Were vou ever at tea in a storm a storm near a coast when you expected the next wave would dash the good ship to pieces i If you ever passed through such an experience you will remember ihe relief felt when vou realized vou were near a life saving station with a corps of e prices are marked down to little above cost while for the others we will take less than cost We have Clothing of the best materials and latest styles ev- Â¬ Chatted Oft He was reading a newspaper in Michigan avenue car After awhile he folded it up and said to the man on his Hour Tint bit t LowRues - Woter and Light Have in saw - Co be Equalled A Str- left - CARRIAGES FOR SALE NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SLURRIES NEW SULKIES - of Klducys Mverand nnmy Organs wjur V rooms 11 SWISS COTTAGK 5 ronm lot 0x120 10 loot alley Orchard street new moms QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE lot 3x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine and Orange Streets TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new c it t rM k iiL uuacue AfWOoii by cmU a JlOO ale Avenue elegant tttP K m wnm L Mont lilim- omiliitf t IuilanimUon nil m to ton us hT Jmm CURES well finished Thi rrae or building lots as a wnoie on Di Mur of the Kinne OO LITHOSINH the Doses 8200 work TwMn a Elnddrr Pripht s in im lucinieit stage s TURRKGOOD BUILDING row on vy ulnul street 50s i6o feet I LOTS ition Dr J T LEE 91 Woodburn Av Cincinnati each WBBBW 7 wnnl kiitl vehicle eiiine noui g limine arltbuM JOHN DON ELM niuM reMibl are nit new and of thn ataT For price on an of the above Tliey i MRS R W WIGGINS inquire I iei m 8- amf Kit - xt ymJ SnaaaaaQat laaw HBaaata BBBBBBBJrnBBBBi Bffrit and rhffrUanrM fVMM am zm W m1 have beo matlBt A turn AatMln li nn i oleuV Ohio t m crude the nBa v and altogether this is an lltthr god things good number of that always exceptionally tit MsSJ heroes and you will be glad to know more of the life of those brave watchers by the sea and even a confirmed will be interested in the handsome ly illustrated article on Our Service in the May number of De From the moresls Family Magazine same comprehensive source you may also gain some interesting information about the Isthmus States Central America Signs of Character finely illustrated also illusin Face How to Read Them trated will enable you to judge more correctly of human nature and the excellent paper on Delsarte and the Del with a portrait of sartean Philosophy will answer that the philosopher question Who is Delsarte and what is his philosophy Then there are bright stories and information on all hve topics and almost no end of illustrations over 200 am a splendid article for Our Girls and the other departments as usual are brimming over with Life-Savin- g Â¬ Â¬ But why not No need of it Do you understand the laws of gravity I do sir Plainest thing in the world sir All a street car nuisance has to do is to go out on the platform and step out into space Gravity will land him on the earth Try it u Do you think the principles of gravi tation will ever be overcome so aa to enable any sort of a machine to fly No sir was the brusque answer Â¬ By any other Mill in this country Merchants should patronize home institutions wlien ther can do as well You will find our flour at all first clan groceries Ask for SPECIALTY OF- Potts k Duersons Gold Dnst Bridgeforth Cooking and ing Stoves Heat- COOKING ST0VESI Â¬ That Use Gas for They haw stoves and Fnel Or PURITAN it cant be beat Custom grinding daily We want your wheat and corn at market prices Yours respectfully 40- - POTTS DUERS0N CLAUDE SMITH i CO consi READY FOR -- SI ALWAYS try it ery description ol a variety of Shoes Gents Furnishing Goods Umbrellas Valises and various other goods Hats Come now The inquiring man looked at him with sorrow expressed on every line of his face and then turned away and took a seat at the other end of the car De Â¬ troit Free Press rSWCff rt u tar MtnK fromllls rrana na r Kim MONE MM V bm Iir n irr nn to wwrm- ibwu good Family Magazine published at 2 a year by W Jennings Demorest 15 East i4tn St New York 10 REWARD nod Water at arntui mn able prices colts H m mi HCOLYER I have 100 44 mule colt for sale at reason Our dear little daughter was terribly sick Her bowels were bloated as hard as a brick We feared she would die Till we happened to try Pierces Pellet tliey cured her remarkably quick Never be without Pierces Pullets in the house They aie gentle and effect I offer for sate the residence and ive in action and gie immediate relief in grounds on Third street Eighty foot cases of indigestion billiousness and confront new house witbthree rooms kitch- stipation They do heir work thorough- Â¬ en cellar outbuildings c All in good ly and leave no bad effects Smallest On street car line cheapest easiest to take One a dose G W- - PICKELS Best Liver Pill made it HHici A OTV 191 nldlli 0 equss m m m m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POWELLTAYLOR OOS 33- - Cheap and Csnfartable Trip Wei L Now honor bright is not this just what you want The Great Rock Island Â¬ Route has closed an arrangement there Â¬ by a Pullman Tourist Carr will leave Â¬ Chicago every Wednesday during the year Remember you can save money by going in this car for in it with a second-class ticket you can ride as speedily and rest as comfortably at night as the passenger who pays nearly or quite o more than vou to be landed at the Gol- Â¬ This car starts from Chicago den gate every Wednesday at 600 p m and at Denver early next morning Thnce on to Halt Lake via D R G through Pueblo and Leadville and by the Southern Pacific from Ogden to San Francisco Address G D Bacon General Agent Â¬ UAXXf FIRST STS Passenger Department Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati O for ticket or location in this car Jno Sebastian G T and P A C R I A P Ry Seventh and Harket Streets Mr P J ONeill who has been work- Â¬ ing for Mr S L MMkitT the past season is now in Humes with Mr James Allman and they are prepared to do all kinds of work such as is done in a first class shop Will Open Monday March 2nd on the shortest possible notice Mr ONeill is a first class workman and makes a specialty of HORSE SHOEING Having sold out our entire interest in Mr S L Midkiff says that ONeill is the best the hotel on Jefferson street we have re horse shoer he ever saw They are also moved to our old stand that we occupied prepared to do all kinds of CARRIAGE for years so successfully at Seventh ami WAGON BLACKSMITHING wood- Market streets are now flitting it up in work general farm work Ac We have elegant shape new throughout and the not got a three story shop but we have outfit in every way will be elegant incud ample room to accommodate our custo Â¬ ing one of Hales Safety Passenger and mers Give us a call Shop on Main baggage Elevators with all the late improvements St adjoining C T Foxs Livery Stable We want all of our old friends to come ALUM AN ONEILL 3S 47 We promUe and see us in our old home you that our Rooms Table and S shall be second to none in the land My wife Mrs Jo B Alexander wants to be remembered to all her lady friends ami she will be glad to see them and gi e them a hearty reception First class Thrasher with i2 hora S power traction Engine and 36 inch Separator Terms easy In good repair NOTICE and when coolinj stops ALEXANDERS - caseofgasoi HOTEL hf have Heat from s e hotel ranges 44 5 that AI Louisville - Kentucky MASTER COMM To bring forward their jiU Notice to Creditor r claims Â¬ MadisonComm Frank Turners Malvina Turner Nanc On Petition estate of I ns Sinn Thrasher for W Mat Turner decea ed are at produce the sa office in Fare 36 12- - JOHN GRADY JO B ALEXANDER Per JOaj Kentucky on or be This ijt May next 44 Kirksvillc Ky Manager HC