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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ia afan aaftnjkicoo efrrt TTiniillH Tt - ffij jfc e VOLUME ATTOKNKVH IV CHILD BIRTH Kentucky 16 i is a scientific- Â¬ 11 I ROMES SHAKE Hnch Irreparable Damage the Kealt Many Ancient and Valuable Kellce De stroyed The explosion of 265 torn of fler Thursday in the powder magazine at Pozze Pantaleo near Rome which caused serious damage and loss of life created gTeat alarm at the Vatican All RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 29 1891 WANT HIS BLOOD Chilian Rebels Say President Bai maceda Must Die They Declare They Will Not Lay Down Their Arms Until He Is Cap- Â¬ tured and Hung LATEST WAB NEWS Panama April 25 A dispatch I A 1 S m Y g T 4 f NUMBER 17 J A SILLIVAN TTORXB1 A TERROR IN ROME Moments TLA tV italnt MADE EASY Highest of all in Leavening Power Govt Report Aug 1889 Richmond Office Ids Main Motheks Friend ally prepared Liniment Wwi u QBOOKE A Kll 11MND OOBB TTORXE ISA TLA tV l every ingre- Â¬ dient of recopuzeJ value and in constant use by the medical pro- Â¬ fession These ingredients are com- Â¬ bined in a manner hitherto unknown of Dismay Throughout the Entire Oity ll Canard By the Explosion of Ton Powder Several Killed and a Large Number Wounded Kentucky st- Office on First Sire4 I I J - BURNAM A TTORXETS A TLA W Kentucky Richmond So I 11 Iuruunis Building First 8- WILL DO all that is claimed for it AND MORE It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Book Life of Mother and Child to Mothers mailed FREE con- Â¬ MOTHERS FRIEND SUAC y K ELF Ml Kentucky taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials Sent lv expire on rrccij nf prire 15l per bottle BHADFIELD BOLD BY ALL REGULATOR CO TTOHXETA TLA W Col Atlanta Ga BnimnSK Will DKCOOI8T3 nwitce in all the Courts nie it Cmjm rumh Office IS 42- - RAILROADS - POWELL A R V A - N EAST 31 I B 3 R R WEST No 32 TTORXE - TLA W Kentucky No Time Tabi s No Richmond Office on Second Htreet J ItKKTAL SURGESKY C MORGAN I JJ S H A In FflVcl Monday Aprl 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Popular Southern Short Lino Via GIBSON PHTSICIAN AND SURG BON li II VL Louisville - or - Cincinnati Bit Al Noithtrn ani Southern Points Time TabV - KllltMnNll KKNTl IK in EJfl April No zth lQI EAST ANI SOI Til BOUND ST A I ji j HIT ofBec H SiiiiiiI sireel up Miir m rovvrz 1 sou rx Mail E Daily Daily 7 About 7 oclock Thursday morning a tremendous explosion shook Rome to its foundations spreading terror and dismay on all sidea The people rushed from their home into the streets houses rocked pictures fell from the walls thousands of panes of glass were broken everywhere crockery was shattered furniture was overturned chimneys crashed down upon the roofs and in some instances toppled over into the street below The cupola of the houses of parliament immediately after the explosion shook violently and collapsed with a crash which added still further to the feeling ol horror which has spread through Rome The general opinion was that Rome had been visited by an earthquake shock and that a second shock might reduce the city to ruins They fell upon their knees and prayed aloud Finally when something like order had been restored the real cause of the explosion became known It was discovered that the immense powder magazine at Pozze Pantaleo four kilometers from Rome had exploded and that it hod caused enormous damage The shock which caused Rome to tremble did not spare the Vatican That veneraU d pile si ook with the rest of the Roman buildings when the force of the explosion was felt and several of the famous historical stained glass windows of the old buildings were shattered The windows in the ancient Raphael chambers and the stained glass in the royal staircase presented to Pope Pius IX by the king of Bavaria were also seriously injured Signor Nlcotera minister of the interior stated in the chamber of deputies Thursday that forty eight persons were injured at the scene of the explosion and that about two hundred per sons in Rome were slightly hurt The minister of war said that there were 865 tons of powder in the magazine but that none of the explosive was new balestite there Stored It is surmised that the explosion resulted from slow combustion of the powder King Humbert received an ovation on visit ing the hospitals where the injured are being cared for Evening It is now learned that seven lives were lost The official report says that the explosion was purely accidental King Humbert who was heartily cheered whenever his presence became known to the populace and soldiery used his own carriage to convey wounded people to the hospital Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the windows of the Popes library were broken and a number of precious relics were destroyed In addition many valuable panes of colored glass in the DrinclDal windows of St Peter Basilica were smashed to pieces The handsome stained glass window over the chair of St Peter was St At broken also Paul Church all the stained glass windows were damaged In fact the damage done at this church was so great that the building has been closed to the public while the debris is being cleared away and the work of temporary Much of the derepair inaugurated struction wrought by the explosion is irreparable as the valuable works of art which have been destroyed can of tho Many not be replaced stained glass windows which have been shattered are the works of celebrated artists who flourished hundreds of years ago and though in somo cases the windows can be replaced in many other cases their historical and artistic value is destroyed forever Many most valuable relics in the mon- Â¬ astery of St Paul have also succumbed to the force of the explosion As al- Â¬ ready stated some time must elapse before the full amount of the dam- Â¬ age will be known as it will re- Â¬ quire a personal visit to and inspec- Â¬ tion of tens of thousands of artistic relics before the full story of the dis aster can be recounted It now trans- pirus that the pope had just concluded the celebration of lnw mass and was engaged in prayer when the explosion shook the Vatican building So severe was the shock that his holiness t ittered and would have fallen had not one of the servants in attendance sprang for- ward and caught the venerable prelate in his arms His holiness has now recovered from the shock he extierienced through the expl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I e V fcj ABSOLUTE A Baking PURE A WORD TO ALL Our stock is complete in all the very latest Novelties to be seen in the Eastern Cities A large and BEHRING TEST CASE Poatponrmrnt of the Kayward Next October fiuit Briefs of Counsel Tiled Intil rSICIA X A NO S l JCE OX - Iv Louisville Ar lefferinlown Shclbyvilk Lawrencfburc Harrt dsnurg an illc 811am 503pm a ml a m 55 12 20 a m 4 10 pm p m MAD WITH RAGE A Deaperate Baad-to-Uan- Richmond Kinthkv S- no 9 05 30 it Iciicvoii W - am 25 am 840pm 43 am 9 07 p m S2 a m EVANS - M D - 9 5 P m Kx SCAX AXD SURG BON Rkhmoni Kesticki 3- - jU 1 IALOIL in Medicine and Practitioner KUI1MM Surgery UraMl Kkntiikv iivei 1j kt K lli S M LI i IV 11 EK PlltSlClAN - Rl IIMONI AND SURGEON Kh IllKY M irtiHinUli i KnlldlPC Main ILTDN hemeop tthic Physician oid Surgeon S ii Kicwwkb llti M S linlitt aaj U Kiutetl ill Mil liltti- Iill Iriilx trciltii III miIIn- lilc nu duluei bent It lUiun- ml HUeiMion v JOUNM FOSTER RICHMOND KENTUCKT oftic an Mum wm t iiwn nl 111 day morning at the Monarch coke Lam renccburg 10 Jf im 7 works of the Frick Co The sheriff snd deputies had made twelve evictions r when the sheriff nan attacked by a Hungarian woman named Glasco 10 53 a ml 7 She flred at him with a revolver several In 30 9 ml 8 times wounding him in the leg1 He clos Kx Sun ed with her and after a desperate strug- Â¬ 9 00 a m 1 4 I m 8 35 pm gle he took the weapon away from her The woman became infuriated and she NORTH AND WEST HOI SI acted like a mad person She caught np an ax and attacked the sheriff cut ting him seriously on the feet Fear Â¬ Daily Daily ing a fatal termination of the encounter Kx Sun Kx Sun the sheriff then shot the woman wouuding her in several placet inflict4 50 pm 6 25 a ml 6 10 p m 7 25 a nil Veisaillc ing perhaps fatal injuries As soon as Daily the woman fell a Hungarian caught up 2 55 pm 700am a m another ax and tried to finish trie sher 7 iff with it The sheriff shot the man in nn tti via 4 an p m the mouth wounding him severely 7 04 p m He was then attacked by other Hunga- Â¬ 7 10 p m rians but was rescued by his deputies Soopm M P after he had shot another Slav in the i p m 8001m 8 jto p m thigh The Glasco woman afU r being I 03 p HI 5 20 a ri p m 5 30 a m 12 wounded forced her way into a houso a m wi i in 6 where an eviction was in progress and 6 20 a ii 7 30 a m 4 05 pm renewed her attack this time on the pm 5 15 sheriffs deputies She was knocked 608pm down with a club One other man was 10 55 a m shot five times by the deputies but was riiiimaii FlaeaOn- - Ei nniii baydoa-b- II MmUfM luiimveiiK oU Shortest not fatally hurt Company C came to I QuICkCM aiil For nil travel Information cll on any the aid of the sheriff and the disi ween l LoulKvlIlf BHiUttrn or ftiwn ami turbance ceased Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ -Â¬ Sun os p mj 5 36 a m 6 30 a m 6 42 a m 7 20 a m 7 25 a m 10 15 a m Woman Face Death In a Enconntcr With a Sheriff Sheriff McCormick of Fayette coun ty Pa had a desperate battle Thurs d The suit brought into the U S su- Â¬ preme court at the suggestion of the government of Great Rritain on behalf of the owner of the schooner Say ward to test the question of the jurisdiction of the United States over the seal fisheries in Hehring Sea and their right to seize vessels unlawfully taking seal more than three miles from land an issue that has been pending between the two governments during several administrations has leen postponed by the supreme court on account of the illness of Justice liradley until Oc-Â¬ tober 10 when argument will begin The case is liefore the court in the form of a petition to prohibit the 0 S au- Â¬ thorities selling the Sayward under a decree of forfeiture for violating the law against taking seal in the Itehring The briefs of counsel on both sides have been filed They divide their argument under two heads First as to the right to bring the ease before the court in the rather unusual form of a writ of prohibition second as to the relations between the legislative utive and judicial departments of the government and the binding force upon the judiciary of a decision by the ex- Â¬ ecutive as to the jurisdiction appertain Â¬ ing to the United States Â¬ from Iquique dated the 8th inst says that the news had just been received there that Arica and Tarkna had been taken Provisions were recently so scarce in AVENGED Iquique that 0 was paid for a can of preserved milk and beef sold at S10 per pound These prices were ca United States Troops Lynch being blockaded by by the port the rebel Chilian squadron The off- Â¬ Comrades Murderer icers and crews of these vessels state that they have signed a round robin binding themselves cot to lay down Dragged from Jail by a Mob at Walla arms until they hanjf Iresidcnt Ilalma He Is Riddled Walla Wash ceda in the principal square in San- with Bullets The schooner Clelia which hoe ar- Â¬ SHOT BY SOLDIERS rived from Iquique lisagua and Mol- lendo brings terrible details of the Walla Waiia AVosh April 23 D combat at loso Almonte March 7 be J Hunt the gambler who killed Pri- Â¬ tween the government forces and the vate Miller was taken from his cell rebels The whole of the regular army Friday night by a mob of the was routed and broken in pieces with dead mans comrades and shot the exception of the cavalry which 700 The sheriff had received an in- Â¬ strong retired toward Holivia hoping timation early in the evening of the to join the forces which it was ex purpose of the soldiers and engaged pected were marching from Tarapaca a number of extra guards but all of Five thousand men were engaged in them had not arrived when a mob of ote affair and it is said seventy soldiers began with hammer the Pi 0 of the government that about and chisel to break in the dixrs They forces and 8 0 of tho revolutionary demanded admittance and said they forces were killed and wounded in that would give those inside half a minute to The German open the door or they would blow up sanguinary struggle steamer Betoa landed in Valparaiso 73 the courthouse with dynamite Re Â¬ refugee from Iquique At Valparaiso sistance leing useless the doors women and ymng girls distributed bul- Â¬ were opened Hunt was taken out into letins adverse to the government and the courthouse yard and alout thirty in favor of the revolution The follow- Â¬ shots were fired at him The soldiers ing narrative is from the pen of a news Â¬ then returned to their quarters and it paper correspondent Is difficult to identify those concerned tin lh Martin Larrain arrived here At in the shooting The soldiers actually 1130 a m oa the morumif of the 3d upward ot took charge of the town and would 3UU0 workmen collected at tbe Poso Almonte allow no one to pass along th- - streets in order to proceed to Iquique and make a for They com- Â¬ mal representation respecting tne scarcity ct in the vicinity of the jalL provisions Shortly after they reached the pelled the merchants to put out their manager Mr William Johnson works the Hunt who was a gambler met gave tbem ten barrels of biscuits and lights Miller last Wednesday night in a saloon QUO tins of preserves which were distributed The two began drinking and soon be oinoni the strikers They remained there that nihht and on tho following day sent some of came involved in a quarrel when Hunt leaders on to Megrelros There more drew his revolver and fatally shot the men were to be collected Suddenly however a appeared loa led with government troops soldier under Martin LarraJ Without halting orpar STRIKERS JUBILANT ened fire on the 900 d fenselen workmen w men and cblldrea Short- The Detroit Street Car Company Finally ly afterward the forces marched forward and Agree o Arbitrate Sympathy with the killed all tbs mea Meanwhile the men from 1 i Handsome Line of Dress Goods both in Patterns and in the Piece our stock of Also BUILDING AND Loan - Company THAT WASH DRESS GOODS is complete with all the latest and most HELPS RICHMOND THE LOUISVILLE beautiful fabric- Dont tail to examine our stock before purchasing and you are certain to be pleased both as to qauality and prici Savings Loan and WHITE 112 W Main St I ALLEN opp Court Hon 1 Building Company WAKMWtHKU I UI The flew Pinning Mill THE MADISON COUNTY PLANING MILL 20 i Brush kl Eft the Negrelros works with the commissioners from Ramlrit returnct to their houses other srlea they might also have fallen victims Some who escaped from the slaughter took refuge in tbe nitrate fields but were subse quently followed up and killed After these had been committed about 800 men were meted and of this number e ghteen were Men EX CONFED ER ATE3 Summoned to Attend the Inveiling of the Monument at Jackson Miss Adjt Gen Henry of Mississippi re- Â¬ ceived the following letter Sundaj- Tut4 I leek A venue iut cr Agent or If WOOUWKIX District Paaa Agt lymUville Kj C U CLARENCE V AUGHT Y I G EDWJUtOM a T A Cincinnati HICU UOXD iiIAih hEX TUCK T r Main si Sinie ns Dr hosiers Richmond i BRIGHT M I rursiciA x a no s i W - rgeon KmTTWCM - - nneros ipiejil iinit attention given examination ol iiskiu and tlnliio s- of the butnaa IxmIji - Dee In Sinllli KiiIIiMiik on Mln Hlicl We are building an ICE FCTORY ir We want the patronage ol vour cin every ICE tent iii -- LIZ M L TStCIAN AND SURGEON Kenticky Richmond 1 A I ler Rittoni and will get it if fair courteous treatment and the bet quality of W office TM tug nn sUiirti Un SI ret I Revenue 1H U JM 1JLACK Clear Solid Ice win your favor We do not claim the benefit of your trjdc because this is a mil JHTSICAX AXD SClGEOX Ked House KcirrncKV 25- - y ILL JENNINGS PIirSCAX Richmond Offic4 A M 1 XD SURGEON Kektucky 1 Home - Enterprise and will help build up the town even if we are building up an industry to compete with the products of other cities It is a matter of dollars and cents Judge us by the quality of our ice and our prices and you will get the cleanest clearest ice for the least money As soon as our factory starts not later than May you will get 15th up ninirs next to Recon National r- - BOOKER QI1A VETKRIXART SURGEOX GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Detitlatry and SUclllty a specially OPTICS Next door in iiim ax office 111 4S- Kv iii hniMlna Kirlnnnuil Veterinary No Ice With Sawdust On It TU0MA8 B AYKES Mr J E Dykes will be our agent and has authority to make contracts for Will fill no orders at factory the season for less than 100 lbs WTiat hi - m Si Collecting gene RETURNED TO RICH MUNI have decided 13 give my mention aynin ihe buying aid telling Factory will make 10000 lbs of Ice every Miss Lingard an insulting note of Rel KUle aiul the Collection of Ac- Â¬ day The Ice will have to be sold in Tonne Physician Suicides I counts thsnlr OU tin our pation We nean what we sa- Richmond Dr Samuel S Fleming a prominent U young physician of Catlin 111 commit RICHMOND ICE MFG CO ted suicide by hanging while visiting his parents in Indiana 1 i TJAVlst Inference can you Irtvw from Triple Tragedy la Missouri Theatrical Hn CowMdel the following short plain Eng Â¬ April 25 A Kansas City Mo T S Stout a theatrical roan was lish sentences eowhidrd by Miss ieorgie Lingard an shocking crime was unearthed at The an actress at St Louis Stout had sent Archie Mo The absence of E P We are building an Ice Ftctory lsJl Gejterai Your cordial invitation to the United Confederate Veterans ex tended in behalf of the Ladies Monu- Â¬ ment Association the National liuard of Mississippi and the city of Jackson to participate in the unveiling of the Confederate monument at Jack- Â¬ son June 3 has been forwarded to me from Atlanta and finds me on my plantation It gives me much pleas- Â¬ ure to accept and I will at once have the necessary orders issued calli- - the annual meeting of confederate veterans at Jackson Miss on June 3 next With the thanks of the brotherhood throughout the south and with the as Â¬ Member of Jame Gang Arrested surance of my personal and ofticial ap-Â¬ Dick Liddell once a member of tho preciation I am fraternally yours J famous Jesse James gang now a 11 Gordon commanding United Con- Â¬ wealthy horse owner on eastern tracks federate Veterans was arreBted and lodged in jail at Rich- Â¬ lie is charged mond Mo Thursday SUCCUMBED TO THE GBIP with the murder of Wood Hitc a cous- Â¬ in of Jesse James The crime was com- Â¬ Death of a Colored Woman Aged One Hundred and Twenty Eight mitted in 1882 and was the outgrowth Mrs Susannah Nelson a colored of a feud existing among several mem- Â¬ woman died in Washington city Thurs- Â¬ bers of the gang day night of la grippe at the advanced age of one hundred and twenty eight After Eurglars But Shot Himself The age of this remarkable D C Webb a prominent citizen of years Tarkersburg W Va shot himself in woman seems to be fairly well Ilor ninth child the head Thursday morning by the pre- authenticated years ia eighty over mature discharge of a revolver He had now Mrs still living in Washington been up looking for burglars Nelson was born a slave near Fredericksburg Va and long before tho A Plucky Young Lady Kate Drammcr aged eighteen of war was released from hard labor on Kaleigh W Va in resisting the at Â¬ account of her age She claimed to old at tempt of a burglar to enter through a have been twelve years has hadthe time of the revolution She sixteen window broke his skull with an ax children The old lady enjoyed remark- Â¬ able health up to lask week when she Bobbal by Masked Hen Â¬ was taken which Masked men entered the house of veloped into with la grippe caused de pneumonia and her Asa Sutton at Cassville W Va and Mon robbed him of 1500 which he had in a death The funeral took place rlttw bureau drawer KILLED BY THE CARS Infflans Knllttlsj as Soldiers Terrible Death of sn Iowa Pioneer and The question of Indians enlisting in Ills Little Sun the cavalry service of the Cnited States Washington la April 25 John was Wednesday determined by a tele- Â¬ son Samuel gram to Gen Brooke that a troop had Graham and his been organized wholly of Indiana This were killed by a passenger train on tho completely settles the assertion as to a Rock Island railroad about a mile east spring uprising as the most warlike of this city Friday They were riding in a one horse buggy from Mr Grahams warriors have enlisted in the service farm and undertook to cross the railroad Tallow Fsver From Klo track before an approaching train when The steamship Advance from Brazil they wer struck by the engine and in Â¬ which arrived at New York Thursday stantly kil ed Mr Graham was one of morning from Rio has three men on the pioneers of Iowa coming to the The state in 183J llis estate is worth near- Â¬ board 6ick with yellow fever crisis in the cases have passed and no ly 8500000 Ba leaves but one child danger is feared about 12 years old J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KrnoLM iA April Â¬ 10 REWARD Soper a butcher from his home caused suspicion Upon breaking the door of his house a ghastly sight was seen His wife and two children were lying in a pool of blood their heads having been beaten to a pulp The murderer left a letter confessing the crime Phosphate Mining Over 812000000 has been invested within two years in Florida and South Tht Richmond Water Lift nv will pay the above reward fer the ap- prehension wilh proof to convict anv jMrMiri guilty ol lighting or turning off or rxtinguihint any street lam not au rd sj to do or maliciously bre M N DRIG0A1 gias in same Compa- PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor Limestone rstrett Opp 0 8c 0 Depot LEXIWCTON KY 44- - Suier t orfc istei I hphlf m 11 m St Jfc E I Ma RTf wiite or alrt ill ww 4 v ttm as t l tet nlru I New Building and Furniture Well Lioiiiedand Ventilated InrlUd to Ascend Plksf Peak Tbe Manitou and Pikes Peak Rail- Â¬ way Co through its general manager J P Ilulbert has sent President Harri Â¬ son an invitation to stop over there and take one day for a trip over their rail Â¬ road to the top of Pikes Peak tbe high Â¬ est point in the world reached by a rail-Â¬ road line Detroit Mich April 03 At a late Is now thoroughly adjusted and in excellent r hour Friday afternoon the secretary of For Every 1 Received Here the City Eailway Company addressed a rk turning out ui letter to Mayor Pingree accepting his The Louisville is Lending 5 suggestion to arbitrate the present EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MILL WORK DONE TO ORDER trouble between the company and its murdered employes The letter which is amApril 85 Advices have biguous in its wording has thrown Capital Stock la Force Losdox 1400000 Sll II AS- reached here by the Arthurstone that considerable oil upon the troubled the American bark Lottie Moore had waters and It is thought the strike will Annual dividend Feb 91 25 per ct been fired on and badly disabled in the be a thing of the past within the next Choice of Three Forms of Investment port of Pisaqua Chili on March 34 forty eight hours The strikers are On that date the rebels took possession jubilant at the turn matters have taken LOCAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS of the town and turned the guns and the city rings with their shouts Lunibc upon all the vessels in the har-- as one of their impromptu bosses J SPEED SMITH President Capt Adams who makes passes from time to time Public sym- bor R L GENTRY Vice Preside the report says the air was filled with pathy is entirely with the men and lib-FRENCH TIPTON Secretary bullets and lead rained down on the eral collections have been taken in the Our mill J W CROOKE JKI decks like hail The Lottie Moores various parts of the eity for them durÂ¬ W K SHACKELFGT D A away yards were shot several ing the last two days It is not thought W M WlLLLS X J C I holes were made in her side that any attempt to run cars will be E 15 Waixjscb window every in the Wi t cabin made till the committee on arbitration was shattered the steering ap reports R tal Bant paratus was badly damaged and TOOK SI0000 WHILE CRAZY It was all the crew could do to get the -- WE ARE Al For full information vessel out of port before being totally Money Stolen by a New Orleans Man addredemolished The Strathera a British Found In His Itooin After He Had Com Â¬ L R BIANTON AiKsr vessel had her rigging and shrouds mitted Balrlde MiUeltons Drag S Office at Brooks cut away and was badly disabled S v April 25 A New Or- Â¬ Cin eral sailors were wounded but none leans cixati dispatch says Reeves Lewis bare a hous seriously of the New Orleans railroad On the day the rebels captured the and one of the mot popular young men Mr 111 UiACK town there was a frightful explosion in n commit 111 II the neighborhood of the docks The out has been in insurgents were on the slope of the poor health two months hill and began dropping shells into the suffering from insomnia When an extown Half a dozen families hud taken amination was made of his room the refuge in a warehouse in which was coroner was greatly surprised to find a The rule ot Water Work stored seventy five cases of dynamite box containing S10000 in one corner of it A shell dropped into the building and which could not be accounted for The parties de ii in to bursting exploded the mass tearing family of the suicide could not imagine t In rcfcrvc the right U r the house down and blowing the in he had so much money as he was m al the Milewalk All other work mttes to atoms supposed to be in very moderate cir- Â¬ THE GREAT HOTJSEHOU REMEDY OR Madrid April 25 It Is reaffirmed cumstances The money was discovered here that the insurgent Chilian iron- at last to belong to the City Railroad clad Blanco Encalada has been sunk as Company The president of the com Â¬ Hydrants Street Wttfcers the result of an attack made upon her pany thinks that Lewis took the money SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS with torpedoes and that the loss of while temporarily insane as he seems i ipes Tubs the war vessel was attended by great to have made no effort to misapply it c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS loss of life Water Closets c A Nickel Find Is South Dakota Shot Illmself Through the Heart A find of millions of tons of bright Macomb 111 April 25 About 23 Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book green quartz carrying from three to Stanton seven per cent of nickel has just been is left to the owner to ive to the Plumber oclock Friday afternoon Aldrcdge of this city walked into the made in the Harney City district South he desires and as I itn a Practical llumb law office of C I Imes and unob- Dakota The ledge is of great width er ot 20 years experience and intei served by those in the room picked up and extends through the heart of the carry on the PtumbinK Business in Richa revolver lying on the safe took a seat Margeret tin group The rock carries mond it will be to the advantage ol parties FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES in an armchair and shot himself through a large amount of white metal pro- Â¬ the heart No cause is known for tho nounced by experts to be nickle glands desiring to take water or gas to call and ILL act but it is thought to be the result of The genuineness of the discovery is un Â¬ see im line of fit of despondency a doubted I Folsoued tier Father Death of Von at oltke Api letos April 25 Wil Wis Von Moltke Von Moltke is dead helrnina Uaeher of the town of Wash- attended the sessions Count reichstag of the ington Shawano county came into Friday afternoon II is death was very court here Friday and pleaded guilty to sudden and the physicians who were having on November 25 1889 poisoned Â¬ was All kinds of PIPE BATH TLBS Michael Sell She was sentenced to summoned announced that it Hecaus died WATER CLOSETS and all kinds of ed by the failure of the heart Waupun imprisonment for life at at 945 p m passing away quietly and CHANDELIERS ordered direct tor cost lias more Ihaa half a century the num The Canter of Population painlessly The news of the counts I will charge a reasonably low price to t he public Dont i before Columbus Ind April 25 Tbe cen Â¬ death has caused great sorrow in Ber- Â¬ hang them thereby saving parties desiring Oas fixtures hall the cost ter of population of the United States lin He was born October 20 1800 father uscl to have his boots m has been located about 13 miles east of because he could net them to it his feet and lite pi Hannwiy Jury Bribers this city and a monument SO feet in HYI WILL WARRANT ALL At New Orleans the grand jury found height will be erected at the center of Now Freeman contin pocketbotk and his ideas of value DRANTS AND HOSE TO population May 10 at which time grand Friday two more indictments for at Â¬ to make boots and shoes He I GIVE SATISFACTION commemorative exercises will be held tempts to bribe the jury in the Hcnnes sy case making six persons in all In- Â¬ CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND 8H Hame Clay lets Klht Years dicted for tampering with the jury Doing the work myself and not being Lexinoton Ky April 25 Hume The indictments Friday are against Fer under any expense I will guarantee my all sizes in all grades Clay the wealthy and aristocratic nand Armant a lawyer and quite prom- Â¬ bill to be reasonably low Freeman keeps also aline line of GROCERIES forger of more than 860000 In notes inent In political circles and Chas where given eight years penal servitude Granger The grand jury U still pur- Â¬ Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the ra was JOHN M BUTE Friday A strong effort had been made suing its investigation into this matter No First Street at to have him pardoned before convicted vv but the governor refused to interfero A Husband I Terrible Hlstaka Mr and Mrs Arthur Moore a well Killed by an Exploding- Torpedo John known and esteemed couple of Windsor April 25 BiiADroitD Pa Horuo foreman of the Associated Pro- N Y had a little girl born to them on ducers oil lease waa instantly killed Tuesday The mother waa making THAT CAN BE RELIED ON I have moved my Blacksmith Shop to by the explosion of a torpedo contain- Â¬ good progress when on Thursday her my new building on Third street and have BE UP of car- Â¬ ing twenty quarts of nitro glycerlnc husband gave her a teaspoonful associated with me Mr A D Smith and bolic acid supposing that it was medi- Â¬ in connection with my Blacksmithing which exploded prenntnrely TO cine which she had been taking The will do all kinds of THE MARK Senator Reagans Successor terrible mistake cansedthe death of the BEARS THIS MARK Gov Hogg of Texas has appointed young wife after great suffering Carriftfft Bpiriaj Painting Trim- Â¬ Hon Horace Chilton of Tyler to fill the ming fee promptly wallowed a Cork vacancy in the United states senate Rev Geo W llothwell of Brooklyn stock causnl by Mr Reagans retirement Mr accidentally swallowed a cork and on and to order Nothing but the bestLet all used and satisfaction guaranteed ir vwuaiueicu iuc ui uic iiucbi uuiuu J v of our old friends jive us a trial lawyers in the state and he stands hhrh AfeVRemeinber I have moved to Third LUIS it tvutvu aix ia hhwhh of the people in the estimation was unsue- - Street bet I vine and North Streets operation of tra Ing ersoll Has the Grippe S L MIDKIFF lly performed Coi Robert G Ingersoll Is confined to his tied in New York seriously 111 with He arrived there from the grippe Rochester on Tuesday and has been JAY-EYE-S- EE CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT NEEDS NO LAUNDERING unable to leave his bed since Â¬ I Â¬ -- ts from Richmond closed in Richmond onal loans beinB made 7S4 3 7 o o WARDROPER WALLACE Proprietors Doors ash Blinds Mouldings Lai Shingles Rough and Dressed i ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED CONTRACTORS i v AND v BUILDERS If tVABDROPH Â¬ v 01 D I Â¬ liath PILES Ill PILES price 50 cents TA R O I D SOH PSTAR OID CO Â¬ CHICAGO Â¬ ydnuitS Hom Uctls and Stritl WaslHMK FREEMAN i j fTrtall i - Â¬ REMOVAL every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF TOt to Split Wot to Dlsooloy TRADE MARK Tr7J2ZJriZ w- i- EUuLOiD EggST Cfentrally RATES 49-- a tiv KASIIT sriklMLT MW w Mwt ICU bItrrtl kn4 UMM GOOD BAR ATTACHED Located 2 and 250 per Day Fifty one Carolina phosphate mining Proselylng la West Virginia other companies with an aggregate Two Mormon elders who have been capitalization of 521000000 have been prostdytingr In Lincoln county W Va Incorporated to develop the phosphate and made themselves offensive by their lands controversal dispositions have been Drowned Qliaself In a Tub driven away by indignant citizens New Tabernacls Dedicated rty five years Albert W T Rev UeWitt lalmage8 new Immigrant Eecord Broken drowning old committed sui tabjrxinelr in lirooklvn wis Wei aud Friday himself in the bath tab t his home in Sunday It has already cost 413000 d at the over 9104 Baltiirore He ivi and will require 400tH more to com- scs the record bstrgv COIUnl as adebtof J300- pleteit Ti a the history of the of any th barsv oihee landing bureau i borougl w veteran 1 I Hickory Grove Farm noma Aner of Jay EyHee Racine Iwisssvys a larare Bus fvprv known remedv removed of two years standing from a S year old Ally with three applications of Mb J L Cask al Z THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET QUINNS OINTMENT j ot It ts tbe best preparation bcartlfy 1 1 rei have ever used or heard cmeu S Z We Vat kmdredi oj CO wsh uimomtatt V BBaaaVaajaassssssstMssi BSiU bottle AskyoaTdranrtKnclt If be Price Joes not keep It send as 2SS stamps or sLver Tor tnai oosv MABX lJJer W B EDDY WhiU hall THCROMM IMTRUCTIOH TUEGRAPHT ETC ETC fculemMVSfiaZidk Tm II BOOX HEPIM SMIT HUO I KV tttJKR TeMO AM AT THE BRYANT A STRATTO JEFFEUIM STREETS 10UISVIUE WMTNM BMIftESS CATALOGUE HMMHMV fata THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON lIKll iltD EVEStY WEDNESDAY 1 that the clause prohibiting the taxitior lift ol f tnUTK ii ill III viv property will have M affuU on the future growth o them niiinieipiilities in I all the modem conretuenries njfntnr refer to the tearing ot in or making donations to Modern cun wr beg leave to dif- Â¬ A difference of opinion never did fer n Editor BY The Cliirsx Printing Wm G WlllTE Co ClIAS S POWIU PlUt K lFlt YKAIt - April 29 150 1881 k M ill to of UullV siirsajiarilla Weiresisvr IV UMMUt ctxvtvrit iATK tXVKNTIX the Democratic tea it m to anseniltie requested in uiaaa meeting at tin nd K at 2 icratic The Pa iuvali News makes a valiant tirht for the itution n ainly by opiiosing it- - oiiMnente now lie Ky Hon en the Convention expert the people to indorse that which the Coo- n itself rooid not indorse is the IHIRTV EIillT OR11 aim I is lawyers and litigants of the metropolis who want their old tried court s retained those opposed to the exemption - not a- from taxation of churches ami nehoola STTDt IT The new Constitution will soon In- pot professional and business men opposed into the hands of all people who may de- to the income tax system the thousands acquitted for the ll it It behooves every voter of public officials and others who enjoy Klizabetl act fairly and impartially to the use of free railroad and steamboat i passes The lit could le made indefiniteher brother study its i fully in order ly long i ul was killed a he may vote uuderstandinjih Â¬ 1 The editor of the Hopkinsvilk Ken in has carefully read and r the entire docunient and finds thirtv eight objectionable features in it It is in many rc pects i gerous and vicious instrument and should he de- - pihle complication of State and National Ki liuu iiiiuiua iiiii n tj vijrv tiw lu- felony laws- ulleeting party action all liq- dealers who object to iliiwriuiinationB naunst their business on election or other those who consider the Chief Ex Â¬ ecutives prerogatives are too much curtailed those w ho think ministers and priests should not lie elected to ollice those who think the age of thirty too young lor Governor those opjosed to the i Mate expenses by the crea tion of several new elective State offices w ho believe all State officers should lie given the chance of the indorsement of a second election those opixiscd to the abolishing of the Bnpater of the Land Ollice the citizens of cverv town or eitv who may want special legislative privi- r charter provisions all progressiva minds w ho think the building of railroads and influx ol loreign capital should e encouraged by local aid trre politicians and others opposed to the election of Aldermen and local legislative bodies by the voters at large instead of by districts and wards those who want a pojsfbte if not method of amending any constitutional provisions that may prove unwise all the lawyers ol the state who want business expedited by the competition and facilites of a divided high court the IMPORTATION OP FBUITS tin ur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VAU PRICES AND PliUSPEKITY imerc lily a tern A IMANoK I Tin We discover a growing feeling in favor i tl e ntitotion from profile who Noahs cad it carefully The new natures that have Wen incur mrated arc demand- fed condition of affairs Idle they may not meet fully all aired yet we lielieve tl ey are il n t manifestly on the line that an enlighl t w ill irola ilk of y noire beta only alternati w four fifths as large as it was every voter to carefully and prayerfully during the war and while there lias ier hot li horns of the dilen ma Ih Mini REPuRieu a more marked reduction in the paling the present and future geii volume of national bank notes we have ither It is a choice that kly cry in currency or in places of deposit should U made without passion or prejo tin2 J serving as a basis of Governmental and e for human nathe paper about 700000000 of gold ture to divest itself of those two prevalent - aif rd and S4o0000000 of silver and powerful springs to human action It was nut a currency inflation that N m made times Hush during the war and Mr t intelligent to really IT suppose that the country was prosjer has taken the n fact when a million nieu were stump in sujirt ol tin istitn- withdran from productive industry and lined strength employed for four years in destroying h other Bepnblican lendV nd property If the boyaofFair- Curtis F Burnam rk and ll AlNOSE 01 i ASK hault will go out with stones and break K Bradley m for the new every window in the city a great and dot nine ill the entire Republican v profitable demand for glass and glaizers ky Mr riirnam in a svcch would le created hut the city as a whole riday lfor the adjournment of sad would not U enriched The nation loll mortgaged its income for half a century pf he ier to allow the iovernment to him at three or four million dollars a day and of course when the Government VT was aprnding this amount of money in We ire I and care- - employing labor and buying merchan- Â¬ t the instrument weighing tlie dise bush xtremely active and and the had and will have until the many people got rich Angus to make np the r minds Many other people didnt get rich whether they want it or not The Mee-- Debts contracted in gold in IStll anil Wntrfa of each paid in paper in 1864 enriched one set of laid thei i before men and impoveriahed another We Mir present conviction is forget those who oaaappeared hi penary union on the and remember those who built fine IjKiIl the houses and rode in carriages for the trat liiii would involve time The Government disbursements and lii- litiga- - enriched manv contractors and and ende men ind work injury to every branch ol who sold rapidly to the iovernment Harris t freely of the merchants but the the Re ub-advance of prices during the war was a WHAT IT terrible hardship to vast numbers of our people and the people are still paring il Couventi LH days and cost t le State hills incurred between 1861 and 18C4 including they prou-t- -l and THE BUJI AND THE GRAY the foil Presidents salan line administration It is a truth that needs no proof that it Arms and Doorkeeper II 3544 the men who foiignt on the field of batoil U J 104 librarian tle in our late civil war were the first to iOO SClTHEhW URMB AMi ShXI UIT1 copying stack anus w hen peace was made and ikroom kecpvr and they were more magnanimous toward The cost of printing each other than men who stood back till uaty probably run the Iota the real fighting was over The mean Ia i tl hateful things said about the North or will ilow South are rarely said by men who smell won ed gun iowder The Blue and Gray The addreas of the Convention to the have no trouble to fraternize as citizens into ull parts f the from Masai public in favor of the new Constitution of a common country If the soldiers liere are in that instrument twenty- - on Isith sides eontroied we would have KHBSBnd words Hut when it is Tionalism The following explains how many words it took la itself II the istitntioii the onder is out forty members of the Third not that there are twenty one thousand Georgia Confederate Regiment will sail in it but that there were that from Savannah to day for New York ir all i for any rthern man where they go by a pressing invitation porpi There will one huudrei and tiftv as guests of the Hawkins Zouaves of the irks there and numbers of the Convention record aer Ninth New York Volunteers and will the resources of the the ave age uum participate with them in their twentv iinnietise that dert-ioplerof words on a page is seven hundred fifth annual reunion These regiments inflow of money and sixty eight The niimhei of w met in lattle several times during the how- - therefore us in framing tin Constitu late war and seemed to have conceived r distant when the Smth infortable figure of great admiration for the soldiery quali- it ever wap and i each will le far ri leal year about 150 mem- - talk No wonder f the New more populous and more jMiwerful hut York regiment upon t wiiat a good many people ed to deat Cummo wealth invitation visited Fort Valley Ga and il war prejudices do not were handsomely entertained by the wan survivors of the Third Georgia Kegi THE MACISTRA1 The new Constitution limiu- the num ment Before leaving for home they rou A ConUECTIIIN THAI IMH ber of Justices of the peace in any one secured the promise of the Georgians to county to eight What the abject was join them in their reunion this spring and as above stated this promise is Climax last Wednesday laid no one has een able to discover unless alsuit to be redeemed This is another it is to make litigation more exiteusivc prohibits the illustration of the fact that with the sol- Â¬ S having claims or usin a e or lease irallel rail- any sort before the peoples coirts The diers who met in conflict the war is pbone lisvs by really over is iiiade piate to the necessities sioth own a iralif line numler - bly the oftbepeo Convention nu money you mist and THE BILM0N DOLLAR CONGRESS having hampered jirogress and develop Â¬ simply throw it away as you can i ment in so many ways was imp w ith its work to the extent of believing Compare the various appropriations at iiuy it Isr the preface Df a that Kentucky would neither grow in the second session of the Fifty first Cou ition nor in business interests ita the corresponding appropriai max liegged eave magistrates no matter where they tions at the second session of a Com might le located would not be sufficient wherein sound Democratic principles of nijr like twenty for the business of Kenton c unty and economy and ollieial accountability pre- Â¬ v hy tin Coin ason lines it If this were the vailed To institute such a comparison ion we relerre to the naonia know only mistake l hack 14 yeare to the last year of the ntiou made it a and would not though serious le a vital ob- - Forty fourth Congress with Sam J Ban what we n to the new Constitution but it ilall in the speakers chair and William want to herein is the of the many which nppeamin S Ilolman at the head of the Committee of why a thing immwemlth every an on Appropriations Ion of Â¬ 1 i compelled to correct a statement made hv Mr Shields ot Faribault Minn in a letter published in the National Deaaocrat last week Ha Daring the war when greenbacks were plentiful every industry prospered even with our currency at a large It is a common mistake to discount suppose the volume of the currency approve during the war was exceptionally large The volume of greenbacks never ex- and they drove raw in ie out of use near jk-i and the new instantly The volume of the green-Â¬ i We let Census statistics of the importation of foreign tropical fruits have recetly lem published which give an idea of the ex- Â¬ tent to this trade The statistic relate entirely to those of oranges lemons and bananas the receipts of pineapples and Florida and California oranges not King given Of the one hundred car goes of oranges last year imported sixty were landed at New York and the re- Â¬ Philadel mainder entered at Boston phia Baltimore Charleston and other ports The oranges come from the Med iterranean ports tae Went imiies ana Central America the latter going large- Â¬ ly to New Orleans which also takes a part of the Florida supply The receipts at New York for the last six months are put at sixty two million five hundred thousand oranges exclusive of those from Florida The annual value of for- Â¬ eign oranges alone is estimated at two millions of dollars California in addition is leginning to ship considerable quantities of oranges but not many reach the Fastern States because of the high freight charges by rail The lei mn trade is much heavier the total receipts of this fruit amounting to nearly four millions of dollars a year the larger portion ol the supply coining from Italy Bananas come principally from Jamaica and Cuba the latter furnishing the red variety the demand for which is now falling off because of the preference given to the Jamaica yellow variety which if the negroes of that island were more industrious would in the course of a few years exceed the supply from all other sources The statistii s of the banana trade as far back as 1888 showed that the importations at that time were valued at over three and a half millions of dollars and as the imports from Jamaica alone have imp since then at the rate of 20 per cent a year the probable value of the lianana importationa at this time will reach at least five millions of dollars annually We give the statistics as we find them but there apioars to lie a very general opinion current that the quantity and value of the tropical fruit consumed in the United States have been greatly underrated Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to 225403047 an increase in the pounds to the acre from about 750 to 850 This is an extremely flattering showing when compared to the production to the acre in any other State A great many of the to- Â¬ bacco growing States show a decrease Virginia with 112000 acres only produces 49000000 poumls or less less than 450 pounds to the acre The following are the figures for Ohio Indiana and Kentucky J Articles - of - Incorporation OF THE- - STALLIONS Peisylvania By Gen 1433 224 RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond Ky SQUTHERH LUMBER CO Kentucky Ohio Indiana aa6io 34676 11955 Acres Pounds 171120784 Acres Pounds 7679110 1 Know all men by these presents that we M B Farrin of Wyoming HamIt is the aggregate of little things ilton countv Ohio Waller Quick of Covthat makes success of almost any busi-Â¬ ington Ky and G A Rov of Ford Ky WE CARRY A FULL LIN ness The last session of the New have become incorporated for the transsc AT 40 TO INSURE A COLT tion of business hereinafter set out under York Dairymens Association declared the name of 1 Milk from healthy cows only should at my stable at the Fair Gronds Rich II C TRAYNOR mond Ky THB SOUTHERN LlMBER COMPANY be used 3 Avoid excitement of the Agent 4 cows produced by chasing with dogs or With all the powers which may or can be Harsh treatment granted under Chapter 56 of the General in any other manner INCLUDING lessens the quantity and Injures the Statutes uf the Corpmonwealth of Ainone the powers conferred on quality of the milk 8 Cows should of suitable said corporation claimed by it is the pow have an abundance Chandeliers Brackets Stanards Glebes Rubber Tubing c to food and pure water and salt er to hac perpetual succession name sue to corporate ued by where they can have ready access and be t commontheseal and altersame at to It every day 4 Cows should be have n to render the shares orintrests BATH TIBS ANDCL06K1 pleasure kept from all foul odors and not of stockholders transferable and to preany thing1 scribe the mode of making such transfers be allowed to eat or drink JENKINS GLOBE VAL that will give taint to the milk 6 to exempt the private propeitv of mem Milking should be done at regular hours bers from liability for corporate debu to 6YPDONS AND TNSPIRATO with clean hands clean udders and clean make contracts acquire and transfer propIioT WATER i stables and the milk kept from any erty possessing the same powers in such contaminating odors C Milk should resptcts as individuals now enjoy to es be strained immediately after beinr tallih bv laws and make all rules or regand Registered No 423 Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and Street prlnklinn drawn and not be disturbed until ulations deemed expedient for the manage- Staaard Lady Sire of William Arthur 219 cr amed 7 Milk pails and other ves Â¬ ment of its afl iirs j The principal place of transacting Sage 223t4 Sleepy Chief 227 Confedsels for keeping milk and cream should Own brother to cleansed first well business shall be at Valley View in Mad erate Maid 22t1 ect be thoroughly Ycu need rot go to Cincnrati or washed ami slded with boiling water ison countv Ky but branch offices may Woodford Chief record 222l at as elsewhere full stock of he latest designs Our work and tbLn aired to keep them perfectly be established may desire in 6uch places the Company CONFEDERATF CHIEFis only cred- dephia M s to fill all sweet ited with a record of 2 41 since he 3 The nature of the business proposed to be transacted is the purchase and was early taken to Canada but he is said KKUMOND PLUMBING CO transportation of timber and logs sawing to have been able to trot in 220 He has icn Lucius J Gartrell died at Atlanta a member of the lumber and otherwise manufacturing the had tew opportunities in the stud and He was at one time Pi Miii ks to 31into of buying Initetl States Congress and also of the sameselling articles of commerce property the colts above mentioned arehisall out of all real and personal and power to cold blooded mare- showing Confederate Congress the erecting and operating of mills booms He is a brown Stallion propagate speed tramways roads and switches to do each 16 hands high sire of the great Clark and every other act necessary to such a Chief sire of Croxie2iot and nine others Hows This busint better than 230 also dams of Phallas We offer One Hundred Dollars reward The capital stock of said company 213 Majolica 215 Wilson 2if1 and 4 for any case of catarrh that can not be shall be Twent five Thousand 5000 ten more better than 23 1st dam Vircured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Dollars to be divided into Two hundred ginia dam of Woodford Chief 222S4 Bilshares of One Hundred ly Touns thoroughbred P J CHENEY CO props Toledo and filtv 250 each All stock shall be 100 lollars 3473535 88743 23 5401 047 273 87626881 44 348 95 935 Â¬ Â¬ RECORD 347 Washington ire of Poem 210 Presto 221 st a vvear old Lu by Dam Madelene zerne 227 Hambletonian 10 2nd dam Nancy Whitby man dam of Robert McGregor 217 Seeleys American Star 3rd dam Nance dam of Lady Whitman 230 by Durland Pennsylvania is a Messenger Duroc dark bay 16 hands high black mane and tail and weighs 1250 pounds Will make the season of 1S91 Sanitary Plumbers -- fa h and Fitters Gas Fixtures of Every Description Kcn-tn-k- v Cmfiisiile ChieC Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - HERE WE ARE AGAIN the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 ears and telieve him perfectly honorable in all biM transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm Wholesale Druggist West Tuiax Kinnan Toledo Ohio Wldin Marvin BUtXaMlTtUU TALK Wholesale Druggiss Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Hon C M Clay is doing double duty on the stump now that he is free from acting directly upon the blood and mu Price 75c work He spoke at coui surfaces of the system Constitutional 41 45 Nicholasville on last Monday morning per bottleSold by all Druggists and in the afternoon of the same day at Danville We discovered that he has a number of very strong and active friends roB cucvn court clkkk in Boyle who will make a fight for in- Â¬ To the ieople of Madlnon County struction at the approaching primary I ticreliy annonnrp nivlf a cuiHlitinte for meeting As far as we could learn the the office of Jerk of the MaUisuii Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democrat struggle w ill be between Clay and Har-Â¬ ic Jpariy f have served in While din in the county with the chances ofllec a it n true deputy for the pai that sev Clerk and Of eral years this haa but the IhIKt nimlitlt tl altout even between them now me to dlHchmge the Import nut and assctlng course much will deped on the work of duties of tiie office As to how I have at tended to my refer to organizing and concentrating the strength Judges meralxr duties Ibar iiticHsthe Hon jurors of the J cite of each on the day the Convention mil other attendants of our etNtft you Io my previous announcement in the find pretty mud the same papers my fellowrttl-zt-iimeets We d respectfully ask my office support duties feeling in Garrard with the addition will prevent me aa themaking asof thorough a from Brown has de chuvilss as desire that Hon John Young Most gratefully velojKfl more strength here apparently W II MILLEIl than in Bovle We are somewhat surS H THOKPK JR la a candidate for prised at this for he was educated and Clerk of lb Midison Circuit Couit subject married his first wife in Danville and to t tie action of the Democratic party II O POVKIl of Speedwell is a candi we anticipated that he would have date for Circuit Court clerk mi Modi ton county subject to the action of the Demo large and enthusiastic suport there P- cratic party Lancaster Record Â¬ Ohio We ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ Â¬ X Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ITBSED WITH WILD VISIONARY AUOfilES DFM ii Â¬ - Senator Vest of Missouri says The Alliance is not thoroughly organized and it is cursed with wild visionary demagogues and cranks who are trying to get othce through its influence b it the causes for discontent in the West and conditions are just and South with The suhtreasury must le removed scheme ami Stanfords land bill are impracticable experiments but they are in dangerous instrumentalities the hands of designing men In my opinion the Western ami Southern people must finally agree upon measures of relief embracing the reduction of tariir duties free coinage of silver and a tax upon incomes if the Democratic party is wise it will try to I do not believe meet those demands that any compromise is possible on these questions and especially as to silver gtfpgfRaS sf JpifA nvflr nnVr w paid for in full and shall not be issued until so paid for The Board of Directors may on three fourths vote increase the capital stock to any amount not exceeding DjI One Hundred thousand 100000 lars 1 Ins Company snail commence Dus 5 iSji or n the day of March thereafter as it may be organized for the purpose and shall continue for twenty five 2 ears unless previously dissolved bv an affirmative voe of the owners ol three fourths of the capital stock 6 The affairs of the Company shall be conducted by a Board of three Directors who shall be elected by the tockholders The Directors alter the first year 7 shall be chosen on the first Saturday in March of each ear and continue in office until their successors arc elected and enter upon the discharge of their duties hut the incorporators herein mny constitute the Board of Directors until the first election S Any vacancies in the Board shall be filled by the Board from the stockholders and anv Directors so chosen shall continue in office until the next election 9 Said Board may make and adopt all rules and regulations for the Company and may provide for regular and special meetings of the Board an I of stockholders 10 A majority of the Board shall constitute a quorum 11 The officers of the Company shall consist of a lresident Secretary Treasurer nd Manager all of whom shall be elected by the Directors from their Board any two of the three last named positions may In d by one and the same person the event that no election is held then those in office shall continue to hrld until their succesois are duly electeJ ij The Company shall at no time create any indebtedness in excess af 15000 15 The private property of all stock holders of the Company shall be exempt from all corporate debts 14 It at any time it be deemed necessary to increase the capital stock or change or alter these Articles of Incorporation or to dis solve said Company writ ten notice must be sent to the stockholders 30 davs previous to taking action thereon Such notice may be waived in writing by tbe stockholders 25 to Insure a Hare in Foal Will make season at mv Stable in Richmond HENRY S DUNCAN Agt 4 V50 ith 1891 SEASON jpF Hsk A 1891 I S v a f m- - Lssssa H - ltlii5 43Fanaii33HEL zI o m TssP - V - - I will receive the First Ha7 two Carloads - oi X O OELBBRAT3DPEERING BINDERS VATICAN record 229 11305 sire of MOW tlioi Belle Vatican Vara record 222 at 3 yrs old in a race sire of Milt exhibition mile 223 at sire of Light Ilall record 3 yrs old 235 at 2 yrs old sire of Mary Van record 240 at 2 yrs old in a winning race Jg mile track sire of Vannette timed in Won bv Burns old race 233 2 McGregor in 23o4j sire of Jo Jo record 246 2 yrs old in winning race sire of Red Jim public trial 237 at 3 rs old sire of Belle Vara yearling 23s the worlds record in a race of that age sire of Light Hall yearling record 248 sire mile public trial of Venice yearling ire ft June Light yearling 13 beaten by Queen Bess only a neck in sire of Brown Velvet coming 2 253 yrs old that is able to trot against any colt of his age living TERMS 100 cash with the privilege of breeding two seasons in case of failure Vasco ana V atican are almost lull brothers Vasco is the sire of the best 3 year old race record and Vatican the best t year old race record B H NEALE 35 40 TRICES ON HARVESTING MACHINES AND TWINE WI1 U WER THIS 8EAS4 N THAN l If you neeil a Machine this year ilont fail In call n tbe DEERING aat then you have I be Ir cbangi and always keeps Repairs jr Ileadiuarters br Hard P M POPE G W DR G W EVANS EVANS JR w m m m kbl RICHMOND 1 G W Evans Son KY preit iP vi Â¬ BBanwf3 OIVK r Â¬ Both the Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys- ENJOYS method and results when Â¬ Â¬ fl50H00 ANMALLY The American people who have to 111 - foot the tax bills should never lose sight of the fact that a large proportion of the revenues of tbe government go toward paying for pensions nearly twenty six years after the close of the war and that the last Republican Con- Â¬ gress has fixed the average cxiiendituies in this direction at about 15O000XX A considera- Â¬ for many years to come ble amount of this sum goes to leed the Washington sharks The greediest of these sharks Jreen B Raum is at the head of the pension office and has the handling of such an enormous amount of money Jrfft rton City Mo Tribune tem effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro-Â¬ duced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale hi 50c and bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand Mill procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any tl Â¬ Â¬ Sired by Bud Crooke zi83 and he by the great George Wilkes who challenges shall be entitled to one vote for each share the world to dav and without a rival to fountain head of the greatest ot the stock owned by him be the or by family of trotters that ever lived 17 Voting must be in person proxy All proxies must be printed or Pilot Wilkes dun Belle Walker wm written and signet by the person voting sired by Dick Turpin bv Clark Chief If any election does not take place at the by Mambrino Chief Clark Chief sired time appointed hy thest Articles it shall the dams of Ihallas WSaon by George take place as soon as practicable therafter Wilkes and Majolica 213 216216 a trio of brood mares that has never All officers shall hold their positions until their successors are elected and have en been equalled by anv other stallion fered upon the discharge of their duties Dick Turpins dam was sired hv DoniS This Company U incorporated under phan bv Daw Crocket ntid out of Elthe piovisions of Chapter 56 of the Gener len by Pacing Pilot the ire of Pilot Jr al Statutes of Kentucky and the amend who sired the dams of Nutwood Maud mints thereto and claims all the rights S and Jay Ee JSee Belle Walkers dam powers and exemptions and privileges wa sired by Captain Walker the sire of therein set forth and further to do such the dams of Harry Wilkes 2I32 Black acs as are incident to bodies corporate Cloud 217 Garfield 221 Sec c Bud and necessary for the proper transaction Crooke the aire of Pilot Wilkes was out of its business of Lizzie Blinker and she the dam of Lucy Fleming 224 IN WITNESS wherof the said incor Bud Crooke 218 poratos M B Farrin Walter Quick and Adjutant 227 Odd Fellow 231 and the G A Roy have hereto set their seals and Karr filly 246 at 2 years old So we hands this 5th day of March 1091 have condensed in Pilot Wikes the blood of the best performers that ever lived J L 1 I m n and I will guarantee him to show as much speed for his opportunities as any colt of ni age in Kentucky Pilot Wilkes will make the season of WALTER QITCK j SKAL 1S91 at my stable on the Richmond and Lexington Turnpike about 9 miles from Richmond at G A ROY SEAL 15 Anv change or alteration in tbee Articles may be made upon a vote of the o ners of three fourths of the stock of the Company 16 In all elections by the stockholders every owntr of the stock of the Company PILOT WILKES Buy sell and exchange Real Real Estate and general collection business in all List your property at once for February catalo Paris he Manufacturing nawwaysananannnMnannni alMI ad mtimy Colli Storage Caipaiy lu PRIIffGIPAIa OFFICE PARIS KY RICHMOND OFFICE DEPOT J S KYM BRANCH S GROCERY riDoiK BLOUNT KING RICHARD This great individual nnJ sire oi ill maketi priced horseat the stable oi S II Stone on Big liill piWe one mile from Ricli nond WHEAT FARMF are turn and FLflOB 15 STATE OF OHIO substitute To Insure a Living Celt CALIFORNIA tOUtSVllU KY FIG SYRUP CAL CO SAN FRAHCISCO Hamilton Covktt gs HEW fORK HT 1 00NCEKN1NG 200 FARMERS O 50 0 D m I i ner 1 Â¬ 1 2561 250000 a46o3j2ij Among tleise we have seen counted as afic 113837450 656 92500 e to the new Cinstitutiou Columbia 56031a 17 following classea Kveiy hanking Fortifications are the 377 80300 1612700000 is it very Indiant institution in live etc 33053536 25 to remark til n of any kind all of whose Military Acadamy 1545 38660400 403064 64 led the Register cool gej- - are in somo wise cur Navy 13541024 40 354654 78 our gospels aPension agents and f riends of every 2853300000 35785oo Pom Oftce 3358414300 therein 7790723361 g insurance or other corporation eornti a statiiiien River and Harbor nearly 2000 years lias been munlet onatnn led Confederates and Sundry Civil 1713375006 3870136399 any other rtalt ment people of advancer th ught who Deficiencies 274548097 3800000000 I might be made by an want no referei the or Miscellaneous 136216131 3073700000 nig what ganic law even- - caudal liable Total regular Again the Register infons 144392 149 23 act of 493453 l3 Permanent 15141454408 12248680800 I a great mistake that the I riend i somi iavota the new Gotl s io tl Grand total 95 541827961 13 and tbu llars for an- The billion dollar Congress swept away that qneation We did say ttuu strations in cities and towns the surplus in the Treasury and has favors it and we stick to it ever lover of a free and open viva voce made a deficiency inevitable at the end Tbird proceeds my I vote every voter who object to the pos- - of tbe next fiscal vear -271 I clone ister why - KoiTV roLKTH Agricultural Army FlFTV flRST 3018153 o T Rice barrels corn for sale 2 f 8 D In Boyle county 83 bogs 150 pounds sold at 4j cents srj Winchester CourtJ A Ramsey auc- Â¬ g SS 8 tioneer reports 300 cattle on the market all from common to medium in quality 3 5 The best offerings sold at 4 cents Comcr S B mon to plain 3 to 3J cents Demand good E a - K 3and all offerings sold S Lancaster Court day April 27 150 cattle on the market 100 sold 900 pound S a cattle 3 cents None sold less than 3 o a w 16 cents Common milch cows 15 to 25 1 t O No horse or mule trade o 2 A fine stallion B P o 3 n show Small crowd Z E Bush Auc- Â¬ tioneer At the distilleries in Anderson county a o c-- s there are being slopped 4015 tattle and 4185 hogs Putting the cattle at an aver- Â¬ 3 age of 1200 pounds at 41 ceuts they are K worth 216810 Estimating the hogs at PC 250 pounds at 4 cts they will bring 41 K 1 c C 850 making a fcrand total of 258660 O nj In Cincinnati Monday extra export 3 good shipping catttle reached 575 00 steers 540 rough steers 450 extra E fat steers 1200 poiinds 565 good steers f0 iounds 490 extra feeders and 5 ca pa stockers 475 Extra wethers ind year B w ling sheared sheep KViioundM 575 extra butcher Lambs BJ8l 1 S tl The census statistics of the production of tobacco completed in Washington shows some very interesting figures in re- Â¬ r o gard to this subject The increase in the sc aS E growth of i has been 5 H almost incredible and large fortunes have 3 o been made The total increase in the s as 1 5 9 number of pounds produced in the United o States in the last decade is 20000000 W 7i j o pounds This represents less by half than the increase in Kentucky alone which produces almost half of the tobacco grown in the United States The increase in - IIKTBMIiOttBlj Kentucky is about 44000000 pounds The remarkable thing about this increase the niluntiun or n is that the acreage has only increased hrCfaWd T irwiu ml ditr Irrtuly Utagbt nnJ iiWl Willi nVJjlnni from 226120 to 273915 while thenumber nn umber be ar mnkiny W tiWWiwirati It nFIEE Ad4rMntonc of pounds has increased from r1120784 ESTjiZLitK CB SO OS t ot o n oc s af 1 f f a Be it remembered that on this 6th diy of March 1891 before me personally ap penned M B Karrin and Walter Quick and acknowledged the signing and sealing ol the foregoing Articles of Incorpoiation to be their voluntary act and deed for the purposes therein mentioned Witness my hand and Notarial seal thi 6lh day of March 1891 Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with CLIFTON BURGIN 44 50 0 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when mare is parted wth or otherwise when bred to another horse colt is foaled KING RICHARD was sired by Old Peavire his dam Pharos by Imported Phaeton and dam by Glencoe 3rd uam by Woodford King Richard is a model horse with He is a beautiful perfect disposition chestnnt 16 hands hih weighe imparts a great deal of finish to his colts He out classes any horse we have ever seen as a uniform sire of hisjh priced horses out of ordiniry mares As an individual he has few equals as a sire He has mide a record that surpasses anv of his class STO NEARBUCKLE 44 Brownmont 1905 Btaspakd ash Bnoiernnnn Dark brown Stallion ed May 22 18S0 16 Ik for lilt bit Y 1 t 11 ma Bv any other chants sh EDWARDS RITCHIE SS hands high when thev foal- Â¬ Notary Public Bred by W Withers Lexington Ky T our flour at ail THE STATE OF OHIO Sired by Alraont 1 33- - Potts Or PUR I wheat and 1 Dnersons c Gold Dust County of Hamilton I B Â¬ j Ieaslee Clerk of the Court ot John Common Pleas a court of record within and lor the County and State aforesaid do hereby certify that it appears of record in this office that Edward Ritchie whose name is subscribed to the annexed instrument was at the time of taking such r roof or acknowledgment a Notary Public in and for said County duly commissioned and qualified and duly authorized to administer oaths to take acknowledgments of deeds etc And further that I am well acquainted with the handwriting of said Edwards Ritchie and verily believe that the signa turc to the said certificate or proof ot acknowledgment is genuine In Testimony Wherof I have here unto set my hand and affixed the Seal ot said Court at Cincinnati this 6th day ot March A D irxi JOHN B PEASLEE Clerk 1Y W 11 Sargen Deputy STATE OF KENTUCKY s- 3 3 5 a dam dam Engle- dam Eglelta dura Mary Howe dam dam aain by Mambrino Chief IL by Zenith by Urey Eagle by Tiger by Robin Ury by Imp Medley by Yours POTTS DDERSCN imp J Â¬ HIS HORSE is without a vice and a sure foa getter Has never been train- Â¬ ed vet can show a merrv clip Like Midway trial 22 and Aladdin his full brothers he shows the heavy mane and tail of Mambrino and is an ideal prize Will make the season of iSqi at M A winner Short fine back fiine corded legs Phelpss place 4 miles from Richmond and perfect disposition on the Jacks Creek pike at Almont 33 the sire of Brownmont is bv Alexanders Abdallah and he by Rysdiks 15 to Insure a Living Colt Hambletonian 10 Money due when colt is foaled or mare by Mambrino Chief dam T PEAVJNE JR NOTICE against 19 CREOITORS 5 D PARRISH C PARRISH All persons ha Co are lu rish Bros present same to me prop verified on cr before the I ar 1 2 Â¬ r EC i - I L W Hill Clerk of the County Court for said county do certify that the foregoing Instrument of writing was 01 produced to the loth day of March iSfit Cointy of Madison j J - z o i - o ine in my office and acknowledged and delivered by G A Roy to be his act and tleed and the same was filed certified as above for record whereupon the same and the foregoing is with this certificate duly recorded in my office Witness my hand this 1st day of April 1801 L W HILL Clerk By Chas Tudor D C 41 47 READ THIS Respectfully by Pilot Jr dam parted with He is the sire of thirty seven in the 230 list including Westmont 2134 Puritan Piedmont Is bv Old 216 Fanny Witherspoon 216 Peavine istdam by Bolivar nd and Early Rose dam Aldine 219 21714 Jalapf a Forest by Ned Forest 3rd 22oVi and grand sire of Belle Hamlin dam by rockott ai2jj He is the sire of 31 mares that PEAVINE Jr 4th a dam by Tra is beautiful bav have produced 36 performers including hands high heavy mane and tail 4 years Winslow Wilkes 214 Alabaster 4 old good stle and fine action ear old 21 J B Richardson 217 Silas Skinner 219 D M PHELPS Catchriy 218 Treasurer 2 o and thirty others He sons that have sired 167 performers In all there are 318 230 performers descended from Almont BROWN MO NTS istdara is by Mam hrino Chief the head of the greatest brood mare family in the world We thus find in the einn of Brownmont the SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 blood of Hambletonian Mambrino Chief to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new and Pilot Jr backed up by a strong in QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE c rooms funion of thoroughbred to 10 foot alley liallie Irvine lot BROWNMONT has been in Georgia and 31x150 Streets Orange since he was three year old and has had TWO FRAME DWELlINGS new no track work and no chance in the stud 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant In Kentucky he should make a great stock lots all well finished 2 of Madison Circuit Court Commissioner 4 47 PEAVINE JR I R BURN Madison Ci To Applicants for Water the pipes are rn in front o made wihout re opened alterwardditch the tan to be m ER S Â¬ FOR SALE ica- - k LIGHT CO V BIBLES FORJVERYBODY Th at the drua store oi Richmond a Urge nm 3000- - We have closed out our stock of Alt par c to quit the business Good d to us are respectfully request roaoe forward and settle immediate y Our affairs must be wound up CROOKE BENNETT RM3TON BROWNMONT wit make the present season at my stables Lick and 2 inilrs from Jvver Cietk at hore Thr Elkgant BUILDING LOTS seperate r them Z T or as a whole L ad on inty are reque oor ot their res Za see tl insnaw reet S20 to Insure a Hare in foal 41 a THREE GOOD BUILDING on Walnut Sreet Powells mW For prices on MRS inquire of 450x160 feet en ix Not responsible for accidents J P EMBRY CRUTCHER Mad NaU Bank IW HE CLIMAX leAsesAftT i 1 - - - April V ii - 29 1891 - A Urge Damage Slit Mrs Danney I Lucas of Ftehmond lias brought suit in the Common Pleas FROM BOOXESBOROI ill TO NEW LEANS A CKJiTl KV AtiU IIR- - ounatimspiace lor damages against umy llwlpp railroad for the killing of her husband John Lucaswho was run over by cars in this county in 1800 She says that the killing of her husband was caused by the willful negligence and carelessness of the defendant and she asks that a judgment be given her for the sum of 125000 Hon James F Winn of this place and Harry Turner and P EL Sullivan of Richmond represent the plaintiff Court meets the first Monday in September Winchetler Sun i0D un lour MrR l0giDl Jr sad PIIlIAji - mi 1 unln I la mic t1 t U n rie fM t Blley Naaoseriot Aerotat of the Ti W8BqPi j- River A nicif to the Cresceit City Alexander Lorneiison ln en dangerously hick the past tt a Wiiu-he-Me-- r hclil a special Urm of latt Thursday and - Convention Satur Instriut for Clay for Governor and KKimtai rjnirii men ting of Madison Club for Saturday evening at Cre-e-- Chraanlt Win The Oratorical Contest for the Declaimed medal which took place in the Chap-Â¬ MarbleSunday to el of Central University last Friday evening was one of the lest and er and the haps the eolsest that has ever taken Â¬ head-gwim- t r - they here and will got tiv pern N nth J crnon Ind has in engige in j the jxt ner with J ntcher Iiusiik and Taylor Bow a ps luncau ighn Lather of the living uvd a jKasior irlv a hundred years I The young men certainly acquitted themselves well The judge were Rev Mr Saunders of Springfield Bar Mr Yaught and Got McCreary of this city We understand that the contest was so close that three or four of the young ora- Â¬ tors were tied by the markings of the judgi s and that Mr Chenault the winner got his medal by a small fraction of one i r cent The defeated have no reason to lx- discouraged Â¬ Kid Id lows Anniversary Co want t buy wo ill For on K iartiulars Higgins Mr Burnnm and riir Conway had t aae on Uoundstone and Rock- tbe - ltolert great tenijrance Fine saddle stallion Titian The mod- Â¬ stallion by the great Endow - iys in handbills sent will make the present season at the ibat lit- will positively put stable of S H Stone on Big Hill pike a tlte stray pea found ruining At a national meeting of trotting horse breeders at Chicago the National Trotting Horse Breeders Register Association twoattractive iron front for B Kelley corner wls organized and Wallaces Register vus purchased for 130000 There was a are in the Irvine conflicting delegation from Kentucky I - X Turpin M B Arbuckle lost a line mare one Kilev ana rented the first nois morning last week in an unusual man I Co- - warehouse Letcher at The narrative continiu s Wed ner ilc leM tier irom tne pasture to the depot and will engage nesday May ith John Ahe arn ran stable and noticed nothing wrong In produce trade a canoe He spells it B few minutes lie received word that she plung- was kicking and squealing aa if crazy was against a drift and and girls to the num- Phi ed under but crawled up through ehaperoajed by Miss Bella A Bean as Bir as a Barrel Before be could reach the- stable the Saw Indian camps and dog on east nt a delightful day picnicing mare ws dead Ir Hooker Veterinary The Register gently pointed out an erShowers and thunder The 7th young Surgeon says it was a strange case The trough last Saturday ror in la t weeks Climax consisting of a men went hunting ami one got lost but mare s colt was seild for 700 Belt Young and the Louisville confusion of names noted elsewhere in came in at 10 p m after firing several On account of Lexington Spring Races have Ik cii Btsed by the this issue It also thought it found three gnat for him The thcokl and wind The Qneen ft decent route and Louisville or four more but in reality it was itself New York for Mh panned St Francis Bay River mistaken The Register forgot the scri Southern railroad will sell April 27th to it of the Tyrone bri Imke d like snow Prarie on west side May Uth inclusive round trip tickets to turil injunction about the beam in thine ONE HOUSE AMI LOT lookeil like meadow newly mown but it R H Kdwards of Mt Sterling own eye and proceeded to perpetrate Lexington at rate of one and one third was covered with bushes four feet high f the Kpiitable Life In the following fare from stations within twenty five full of Chickasaw plums Went hunt ere to adjust the policy inile s 100 from stations between twenty-fThe hands on the Water Works are ing and found several fresh camps and k ofCapt J A G Wii- - still on a strike and work is suspended and thirty three miles and rate of One Vacant Lot on Filth St ive at Madisem Female Institute- - She died For Krit picture of buffalo on a tree but no game one straight fare from stations over this Work on the Water works is not sus men of la grippe An exchange says Saw canoe We quote from the manuscript the ac- Sunday 10th pleasant Tickets to be limited good to and has not been Only a por Â¬ distance The burial service was in ace ordance style on Filth Street I Miller James pended count of tLe passage over the Falls Two with 3 or 4 men supposed Indians return until April 12tb inclusive tion of the bauds went on a strike and with an invitation worded as loDon Totld are delegates Mas Katk G Monday May 11th reached mouth 45 their places have leen applied so far as tioats in charge of Wilke rson had genie Fifty four yearlings were sold at NashAll who loved and sorrow for Poat No 130 G I took ten hands on of White River and landed at mouth of over the 1alls A bill has been introduced in the will ry Annie Cecil ville Ti nn April 27 The- colts aver HELIGIOUS irand anipine nt of the Maj Williams Noahs Ark River Additi sonri Legislature providing for the employarc most cordially invited to see her laid to The great board to row and stee r and Wilkerson The Kegister further says aged and the ABiea 864 Bonn Tnes public at Frankfort Capt Iaulin self and 2 others went in Terms MM Saturday at half pat ment of the States convict in the con Four baptisms at Fpiscopal church stone near Joes Lick in this county on and myself went as pilots on top of the of the best sales are given as follows v and Thursday April four oclock Isiat We were obliged to go through perogne up the- - White and crossed bayou struction ot Sunelav night B inscrilfcd the letters I which are An Enquirer colt to Henry Brown 4 Hurtal service at her hone by her friend Rev With big chuto of the Falls where the to N Ark and was hailed by guards K A Pcnick thence to the gnppoeed to have been cut there by old the Rev Preston Blake preacheel Sunday r Nashville- i700 Wauled Gave them tariia and tilled their liottle ill for a considerable distance Cemetery Daniel Boone when he came to Kentucky water ran in Covington A Blackburn colt sold to J M Brown faai fast Office Fsrrr Some young red of our loat COLLECTORS It Bent a man with them to town 40 miles A SALE from its long most as high as the top is to be removed The service at the residence also inin 17 Co Fort Worth Texas for 5100 Bisliop Dudley will hold confirmation r Rice Propru i nployec two irbon Arrived at 11 nough to damp the stoutest heart west of the Mississippi restiug place and erected in Court Square Another to J 8 OBrien Mississippi service s at the Episcopal church to night cluded the recitation by Prof Dillenbeck Kennels North Middletown K Mary Million his wid- that was unacquainted with the rapidity p in and heard the sentinels call alls of Lexington of the beantiful and touch at this place 100 730 nd Mr R 15 Robert son well e tc Had hams etc as present of water that might lie passed over withing poem Drifting written by T Buch- Â¬ The organisation of both brand What a lamentable ignorance of the A colt by Iroquois to J M Brown ft for the Governor Conducted by Maj Annual meeting of the American Bible the F anan Re ed re by the countys history The rock does not bear out danger I arrived safe at the lower Williams to an acquaintance in the vil- c Texas k -Society at the Baptist church Sunday of the rapids in alienit one hour anil C all indicat Aa the funeral procession was en the letters I B nor has it the date of end Killed Sam Bryant of Ixuisville bought a night We h id lage Treated with great complaisance the Cemetery grounds a heavy rn Squire returne d for the other lioat 1700 but in large plain letters an to the po100 Blackburn Ally for i county shot to walk on shore Took and plenty of taflia ruin distilled from Rev B F I ancaster stopped over Nor is their any nppoai ne ar five miles rtoonr 1770 - Brown of Virginia near Shanklins S4ile at Lex Monday night with Rev Mr Vaught of in which continued during the service at sition which he has tilled with dt At Woodard Meaqniters troublesome Call dinner and went safedy over the falls molasses the grave and to some extent interrupted ability Frown tion about it as the Register says in Went up to Louisville in order to settle eel on the Governor next morning and ington Tuesday 40 horses sold for 18 this city Both colored inlay it HistoThe offerings of flowers were unusuproof of which we refer to Collins 635 The following are best pr rer Selkirk si rre-nIce Cream Took breakfast with business that night and lodged at found him sick Rev Dr Morton of Iuisville preach- ally lilieral anequnied by anythii ry Smiths History foe t by Jay Bird Birdie McGregor b f ble James Oldham who SM him -- bread Accepted I butter cotlee By the gallon or any large qaantil ol PatinV ed in the Methodist church last Sunday the kind ever witnessed in Georgetown SATURDAY MAY 16th 1891 in the same Once more the Register Car- Â¬ dam Golden Rod W S Dudley jail Sunday May 8th wrote some lettereon present He gave party lo gall Best cream a morning and evening Friends were present from all the sur families or parties issue liearing the above blunders says board and leaving three Isiats in charge w bisky some sugar and coffee It was lisle Sl22 rounding towns to testify their e steem sonable prio lb hi Over Rev Mr Saunders of Springfield the 70th anniversary of Odd Fellowship Sarah II ch m by Alcantara dam moved on at 1 p m and very acceptable lo us our whisky being of Majors Jos Giinchiiiiii ni 5v preached at the First Presbyterian and sorrow The very large attendance defacing in Kentucky would lie celebrated Ac with The party spent the day with the Fanny Tom Muir Chilesburg 1000 out passed Salt River at midnight 20 miles S on the se rvice at the residence and the Cnited d in Rich mood It is the 72nd anniversary Albyn eh s 6 by rurlon Wikes church last Sunday morning and evenThe Wednesday passed Green River 100 Governor and dined with him grave and the beautiful Bora tri ing munds has startled his friends b A lcetle grain more of that requisite Thursday night or last bill of fare is thus described Venison dam Queen J Bryant Jr Windoin need in a very convincing way the would help miles the Vermont He and John quality called animosity Congregational meeting at First Presby- Â¬ Thursday passed a town newly settled one fine hare some roast fried steaks 12U0 M ii in which ature anol ibble inj trial ami were our neighbor church Sunday immediately Reina b f 2 by Onward dam Miss terian B Smith on east side about and some- atewcd with wine herbs etc by William over regular services The entire congregatii n held bv all who knew her to Circuit Court wine and water After Rene Matt Walton 1800 25 men in number of inhabitants and 20 The drink was Court of Claiais Buy your ice from the Richmond Ice Cloister b c x by Aberdeen dam expected Milton Barlow died in Cincinnati Put to we had eat very heartily of the me ats miles below Green River The Court adjourned after having Manufacturing Princess John F Madden 878 on Monday April 27th ISM off the dish The prayer meetings of Wedni the waiters fUDjtn at Waubash Oat Mrs transacted considerable business Zarifa b f 1 by Axtell dam Colandra and Thursday nights usually conducted rears Buried in Lexineton cemetery on u some fine old cheese with bottles The death of the veteran showman Saturday 14th passed Cumberland walkt at Monday 000 K Detph Jr Lexington rxnerna He was bora in Fleming Barnum remove from the arena o who by Rev Pre ston Hake will be presided Tuesday oavKHan Capt Halley River and Bnadny 15th passeil Tennes of win and glasses and while be over this week by Rev J I Wills county but was reared in I exii L J Fmzee elected jail physician J see River and at night put to in sight as we have already remarked knew a the typical characters of American lite has suffered cotaridembly good thing when he- saw it and espec V NEWS PAIIAGUAIHS Rev Harris poor honse physician Cash of Mississippi River John Atkinson formerly of Together be and his father Thomas Har- whose name has been a house hold word air way to become himself poor bonne beeper Owen TayBardstown died in Michigan last week low invente d the ritle cannon in with several generations Tuesday landed at Ijtncelegre ss Ten ially when he tented it says after we Although his king deep interest in the Boberte A Catholic priest named MeGovern lor iMHr bous receiver at the ripe age of ninety four He be and in 1858 the Government accepted the career was spent in putting into pi This was a considerable town lrad eat and drauk as much as wan s relics and early came a preacher in the Methodist itin- gun and Congress appropriated orite theory that the public like to but has totally disapjieared in oblivion sary we took leaveof tbeGovemor called was found dead in Licking river men CoMMISSIONtK S1NKIM Be of the committe therefor This was the beginning of ritle be humbugged I pass from on the acquaintance aud drank a large Thomas Colyer age d 77 years accident- erary when he was in his Mr Barm m had a The account says m to davs Climax Thomas Thorpe elected Commissioner Joe Ii We were then es ally drowned in a creek near Paris bowl of Sangnree Quarterly meeting of the Methodist cautious which now exist all round the foundation for his remarkable succc B the Governor but my men scattered of the Sinking fund for the B N I left at 4 p in Harlow in- characteristic Yankee enterpn corted to the perogne and through town and over the iraries llarr Sunday night Lucas Corn the way- church at Providence near Foxtown world The father Thomas Sale of Lots R B nd thrift the Inge ons the narrator invariably But the elements were not so agreeable ward son of Elder Corn attempted to next Saturday and Sunday Rev Mr vented a planetarium designed to trrnorntATaMH W Kviis V Son real i as the Governor and acquaintance- of the commit suicide by hanging himself in Rand of Lexington will do the preach- the motions and relative ositions of the I An appropriation of 2300 was made to Sjiells Indian I ngeon and it was twenty three lots on Ik 3011 want to buy a Sulky Surrey unnaniid town for the storm raged all jail at Harrodsburg where he has he en ing Sacrament of the lords supper heavenly Knlies Milton Harlow aide d 1 got them together with difficulty that I Id by the fountain to be erected in the Courtgot wet but ranched materially in the details of the work It Bucfgy or Carriage call on Donclson for night and the party o 00 imprisoned for some days for burglariz- after morning service on Sunday yard by the City Council the The difficulty encountered is no doubt ught to 12 pet fsit he las the latest lest and cheapest was adopted by Congress for the Govern the fleet ing his fathers house a few weeks since A nong On account of Annual Session Baptists Council to give at least 300 Other ap- - foreshadow exl in a partial account also nted to 0000 Moved on Thursday May 14 ment schools at West Point and Annapo- Â¬ In iSo the Constitution proposed was Charlev Yates before us of a similar trip two years be Ala A leading feature of the meeting of Convention at Birmingham the lis and a complimentary prie of re I H Netf J C inooriations reptrtel next week out among the willow bushes and J signed by all of the members ot the ConIn fore in which the Captain Bays Queen A Crescent and I ouisville South- was paid for it The leading aeboi BIXINE KIKK i Fni7ee ti W Fvans in about a peck of Indian hen citizens held in Memphis Tenn vention except Hon Garrett Davis before diansmen women and children e ai ic brought II evening last to do honor to the ern will sell May 5th to Sth inclusive the South were also supplied with it mt J J Brooks ShifJ W Bab appointed to have the on board richly attired but odd silver and blackbird eggs 27o in number out it was submitted to the people The presof Gen Joseph E Johnston wan round trip tickets to Birmingham at u W Crawford Boone rock removed to the Court house arm bands half moons and creses on of which we had some line egg nog memory The planetarium was exhibited at the ent one goes to the people signed ot factory one and the yard and have an iron fence put around the ad Iress of Col T B F dgington who rate of one straight fare limited High winds and put to lay often Chryatal Palace exhibition in New York the President and Secretary The memtheir breasts head hands ear rtngs and feeling in real it The 18th passeil Ozan river Saw on served with distinction in the Union for return until May 31st iu 1SV and at the Paris France exhi Â¬ bers are now in position it the instrument nose jewels and a great number of ranks during the late war Miss Bell H Bennett of this place bition if 1S07 bv Milton Barlow the is rejected to say 1 told you so shore an alligator at which Wilkerson Moronic COMMITTEE Car brooches in their shirts set in rows and According to the report inaeleatthe the agent has received from the Faster Kentucky Legislature making an appro- Â¬ lisle Mercury The following written order was en- other tinkling ornaments Fae ejs paint- on board the Merone shot a rifle but Aa Inquiry The alligator rushed meeting of the grand lodge last week at offerings of the M K church South to did no of record - There are four or tered of a Committee lie and is hereby ed red and black Cherry red squaws Into the damageand nan attacked by Hay Louisville the Knights of Honor onler the Missionary training school to elate priation The 510t for the awarded Donilson has a quantity oj new Sulriver V planetarium was the That OLmiev I he sjtells it wearing shifts Building and Ian Aaaociatkani do- and Williams in a canoe who kept up a has paid out in 18 years of its existence between twelve and thirteen thousand highest premium given to any illustrative kies Surries and Iuggies of the newest appointed bv the Madison County Court and petty coats richly adorned Some and OrJ By re The entrance fines dollars This makers a grand total to apparatus Capt Barlow serveel under and most popular pattern and at very Sale ofirtue of a judgment at its April term lJftil for the purpose of of the young squaws were very hand- regular fire for half an hour and were 0o00000 for sick be netits and 34j13 th ninthly dues are the same in re inforceel by three men in the perogne H7ri0 for death benefits The member that noble enterprise of nearly seventy- - leneral Gains in the expedition to Fort reasonable figures M and preserving in some suita- some About 20 Americans and some dered at the all claim to bian money at the same collecting After several mortal ship is 130126 The average cost to the eight thousand dollars At Louisville Judge Jackson created a in the ah Sabine during the Mexican war and unble form such relics of the Pioneer French traders who supplied the In- Â¬ from the Merone and keej their money out signed will on Dr J L McKees meeting at Auburn der Gen Abe Buford and as Captain of sensation in the Circuit Court by taking Bnya of Madison county as can tie dians with goods and bought their furs wounds the alligator was taken on board member is 125 a mouth time Three of them declare divi- brought together within the bounds of skins bears oil etc and took the young the perogne and earrie d to the boats It The jury in the case of G tts and Sam New York covered five Sundays and irdnance under Gen Morgan iu the late to task the petit jurors He said that the I or per cent one 1 per 10 feet 9 inches and was ad way criminals were acquitted who accord charged with he says in many respects it was the war He removed to Richmond in at Maysville and for the erection of prop- squaws for their compani ins Sullivan They measured Will some one familliar with the county After murder in the first degree brought in a greatest mee tiug ever helel At the and built the tlour ng mill which now ing to the proof were clearly guilty was a about the hour of er memorials to mark important histori- were very kind and complaisant Land judges to weigh S00 pounds I at nd Loan matters please expia for a time wethrew verdict of six years for G us and eleven Sunday night services over 1200 eople stands on Main street and the handsome disgrace to the dispensation of justice and cal events and places in such a manner rich hut not equal to Kentucky Col amusing ourse lves Court House door in R would lil k us many him overboard for Sam The Sullivans killed Thomas frequently attended and the spiritual residence on the hill above it Within brings the court and officials into bad son County K as to perpetuate and preserve them Morgan Commsndnnt 0F IXTFKLSTEI proceed to Wednesday the 20th reached Natchez Hrasheir at Charlestown Bottom on condition of tbt churches was greatly the past few years he invented a long repute Such laxnes is what leads to the Court dav The following gentlemen are appointed Fjicxmntering a bar Capt Blincoe and the Discourage el in sale of produce Bacon February 18 1830 Sam striking the revived Probably seventy five persons range cannon on an entirely new princi taking of the law into their own hands by LIC SALE with instructions to report to the Court Mr Sharp are mentioned A Pair of onfasioag following described proper two bits in Kiper money or H hard fatal blow with a shovel A dispute had will be received as the immeeliate result ciple designed togethfor coast defense but indignant citizens of which we have a of Claims at its April term Sunday May 22nd landed on an island Inderthehead Names Confounded Lanctuter Record of the effort such suggestions as they may and found abundance ripe mulberries money Sold but little May 20th left arisen over a crop of tobacco dies without having it tested bv the iov recent exam pi- The statement n the er with w ith their acts Col J 23rd touched at St Francaway and got for New Orleans Rev James Lapsley McKee will ernment It is doubtless as great an imWe elnesday James McCarthy living Little s Barber Shea Kemoved of that the Bronston resident e on deem proiier ii Certain landeel at Tnnadny June 2nd 17S on the rifle cannon as the riHe W Caperton Maj Curtis F Burnam ripe plums set was built by Thos C Pen near Dexter Mason county was at work preach at the Second Presbyterian provement George T Little has removed his barNew Orleans was on the smooth bore Capt Barlow Clifton R Estill apt P P Ballard Col May 2oth passed White River Saw when he discouered his resi church Sabbath morning and evening That house was buiit by ig ber shop down street to the house former The render will remember that the on his firm Brown Iee Yates Judge French Tipton two Indians and sent for Capt Wilker- Â¬ When he reached the May 3rd All are cordially invited to was a mechanical genius He had lived ly occupied by Sunder s cigar store sec situated in Madison ard William dence on tire entered the Mississippi river on A Sullivan Pr Wm Jennings Hon J with his children in Louisville and Cin and waters of I son to talk with them but he e ould not We stand corrected But the Rl building it was in flames and neithing attend Mr McKee will take char He on the ond door from llerndons corner H Blanton J W Bales Esq They made signs May 2nd and was there lore just one could lie seen of his wife Her body was the Church and preach regularly every cinnati since his removal from Rich invites his old patrons and he public gen- the same land c as they were Ozan6 an ice factory re Dr L by heirs of Hannah Gave month fleiating from that point tei New at last found in a well near by into which Sabbath He is the son of Rev J lap- Â¬ mond and showed us by painting that your uncle Jim Dvkl Customers promptly a stake u erally to call Orlenaa The voyage of 1701 liegan ou A G Williamson died in Richsley McKee D D of Danville aud a John ill not be undersold by any one He them tobacco and meat RENOLITIONS OF KESPBCT p lose d she had fallen while get waited upon Everything clean and first Richmond to mouth near the adjudged to April 27th at Boone sliorough and end tine water to extinguish the fire She young man of ability and great promise mond Ky on Saturday April 25th 1SU class and the best of work done Ou 27th caught e atfish ii not be frozen out in the ice 12 State of Kentucky Madison County N New Orleans June 9th 43 days ed at white oak of a complication of diseases embracing He will make his home in Richmond weigh 30 or 40 jwunds w as 00 years old Court of Claims and Ix vv the road poles to a Returning the y walked which required A company has been organized at Harj On 2Mb passed Yazoo River nine grippe and phthisic and perhajis heart April Term April 25th 1891 - mistaken It is your thence wiih corner of b REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION to four weeks according to of Texas last Congressman Mills His death however was tine x- - rodsburg to take charge of Daughters town starteeLvby tie from three failure pears line of san John Hykes who sells ice Your The following resolutions were pre- - miles below new the weather Thus the roaad trip week visited Salem Ky his early boy College at that place an institution in stake in cei Call and a great shock to the eoaaaaa The Republican Precinct Committees Sentinels with taps Sjaniards uncle Jim is the grocer sented and unanimously adoptel w here his parents are ten weeks which can now about home and of Madison county will hold Convenrity His genial nature fund of remi Â¬ which many young ladies of this county The County Court of Madison County eel on the Governor and he asked rae be made by rail in twn or three- - days buried This was his first visit to Salem tions in their respective Precincts ou niscence and anecdote and unusual liter- received pait of their education It will Skni Crushed of the County Judge and all what was the news from Kentucky and composed Capt Halley was unfortunate with since he left there forty two year ot Dr OFallin and Saturday May 2nd and select delegates ary and historic renearch made for him still be controled by President Williams 1 10 to a stake in cei On Wednewiay night Hugo Enge and the Justices of the county hear with wliat had become He one ef his cargoes Not being sat when hut seventeen years old thence with his ner lo Wm Bei uanleas flowed Iiomas became en sincere regret of the death of J A G Company and if the men were exmiing with New Orlemns prices he shipped to found not a single acquaintance and to the County Convention which will friends of all with whom he came in VV to a stakt- q5 pole I told him place be held in Kichmemd on Saturday May contact John Williamson was a born down to settle at that gaged in a difficulty at Kngcls restaurant Williamson County Surveyor Â¬ Thoroughly and reasonably line of old Franc in which country his merchan but one person who claimed to have 0th at 2 ocloe k p m for the purpose gentleman and the rough experiences he The Commandaut 1st We desire to express our confi- Â¬ not that season contain nth Maysvitte street during which C T Wells 47 7 lo to beginning 37- dise was confiscated known him personally and this was an of selecting delegates to the State Con- ene ountereil in the army and navy and acres of Ian the side o the dence in him as a faithful public officer walked w ith me and showed me his w- old woman who when young had visited The Courier Journal Job Printing of to produce the turn of Â¬ vention which will be held in Lexing- in railroael engineering had not caused Progress 2 We realize in his death the loss of tillery among which was a 24 poundor fructur- s with a plate his parents any deterioration of his polished man- Company got the contract tor printing the amount of money so ordered to ton Ky May 20th MM RepresentaHe pointed to it and said it was bone It is very important in thin age of vast le skull and cutting several deep a faithful and efficient officer to Madison and the costs her The total property valuation in Macon tion in County Convention will be on ners He was a native of Williamsburg Constitution 200000 copies for 000 Theie were 9 or 10 material progress that a remedy be pleas- Â¬ for Dr OFallin gasnes in the scaip was sadly county Engle TERMS Sale will be made mac Took breakfast with the ing to the taste anJ to the eye easily tak- Â¬ Ga by the assessment just completed is the basis of one vote to every one hun- Â¬ Va and educated iu the ancient and his The pure The ice Factory asks for your patron- of six and twelve months hurt but at last accounts was in a fair ad We tender to bis bereaved family l2 xunders will be required to gie bond here age See their Agent 2500000 dred votes or fi action thereof cant in toric college of Commandant and wife and he wrote to en acceptable to the stomach an healthy 14560000 an increase of way to recover The difficulty seems to our sincere sympathy 4518 sec proved k and corner almuuds with precinct fur Harrison ami Morton Possessing these over last years Sanies The bulk of in its nature and effects have been the outcome of a dispute 4th Ordered that these resolutions be the Governor of Natchez and reqi Good front and back rooms on Main purchase money 10 have the force an dal and subse- Tlusc The Republicans of the County arc thrilling incidi on the records of thi Court and the favor ol giving his compliments to qualities Syrup of Figs is the one perfect this increase is in real estate id bill Thomas left for parte un feet of a Judgnit suitable for young men Cheap figures do not include church property requested to attend the County Convenliegan street from the day of sale with a lien res copy furnished to the Climax and the Governor of New Orleans John laxative and most gentle diuretic known beon apprehendoffice 33- 10 and be can-- Apply at Climax upon said property ui purl of any kind besides which many valuation and participate iu our eh perhaps with It ed Register Printing Companies for publi- Hnnt broke steerim oar AdrocaU The fine hotel at Pincville was dam ble industrial plants are taxed on only Hy Order of the County Committee W P Baxter painter and paper hang- money i paid or the tinned down the Mississippi river around Juue 1st landed at Natchex and r member of the cation permitted to pay cash if he so desires i J Sraan Smith Chairman aet and finally wa the city council having maele a er does the best work See him and get 8d 2C00 by fire and the contents 1 found Governor Gioso absent Walked A Copy Engel Bros shoe and beer firm fonueriy Attest 46 47 L V Doixia Secretary ao-e Confederate Navy in the James a good job Com ot rule to exempt such property of all value see Gen Grandprey Com- - 600- of Richmond 45 L W Hui c M C C lj miles to el saddle Â¬ son-in-laÂ¬ 1 i series of free lec- to night Mr B exte-n-intr- The 7 iid anniversary of Odd Follow ship in Kentucky was duly celebrated by the onler in Richmoud on Monday nighl Gen Speed S Fry of Dauville was the orator The Ovid Fellows in regalia and uniform inarched to the Court house at S oclock Rev D L V Moffett ottered praver and Gen Fry spoke for an hour He was introduced by Mr C C Wallace and began by saying that fifty years ago he came to Richmond and entered the law office of his uncle lion John Speed Smith Soon he knew nearly everybody in and near Now he recognized scarcely a town face Gen Fry then pmeeeded with an able argument in defense of Odd Fellowship After the oration the Odd Fellows and their invited guests proceeded to Week where a bountiful table hail been prepared embracing a great variety of good thin that were well served The Uinijuet room was tastefully decorated with evergreens and the emblems of the Weekesser is a good landlord order and the Odd Fellows told him to do his lsl and be did it Â¬ - hundred years ago day before yes- Â¬ terday or April 27th 1791 John Halley a resident of Boonesborough departed from that place for New Orleans with a fleet of four boats loaded with one hundred and fifty nine hogsheads of tobacco 200 pounds of bacon and lard 10 barrels of fiour meal Ac A long journey lay before the old boatman and pioneer but he had gone that way before ami the distance discomforts and dangers were naught to him Through the kindness of Mr Henry S Halley of Scott county grand nephew of the subject of our sketch we have before us the old gentlemans manuscript penned during the voyage It is on hea y linen paper and evidently writteu with a goose quill It is well preserved and as legible to day as it was live wore years ago Mr Hallev was a Virginian a man of wealth and education with a marked individuality Numerous incidents as the reader w ill see demonstrate that be was fond of the food things of this life Leaving Boonesborough on April 27th at 10 oclock he arrived at the mouth of Kentucky River on May 5th eight days the distance he says being 220 miles Carrollton of course did not then exist but Capt Thompson with a guard of 26 militia relieved every two months com manded the post At intervals says the narrator military posts existed all along the river and boatmen were compelled to lain at each pent and secure from the Commaudant or Governor a passport to the next post Having gone a little way down the Ohio a supposed Indian was seen to cross the river in a canoe and the crew j ut their guns in the best order for defense When opposite the canoe which was then hidden in the willows they wire hailed bv the voice of a white man w ho asked them to come to him an unreasonable request but thinking him a de- Â¬ coy for Indiana was told that the fleet was no further from bun than he was freim it The canoe containing a white man came fourth and the man said be was from Fort Pitt now Pittsburg 20 lays out his two companions captured by the Indians and he had lived n roeits e allcd wild potntoea But the ell captain was convinced freun the mans e ountenance and dress that he was a deserted regular from the Falls garriw n In fact the fellow soem oondoaaed that lie belonged to Capt Smiths company May 8th the fleet banned above the Falls near the then village of Ixmisville and the deserter was dilivcred to the garrison where Jeffersonville now stands and received a e ertiricate for 10 reward to the contracting store The Captain states briefly but definitely what disposition was made of the certificate I took it in whisky ami sugar for iiy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mander-in-ChiWaited two days Called on the Governor and was til Sit lllUn truL rt1 n nn jmnBjren mm nAnnA news irom Kentucky iMvei Asked nie to re main and take pot luck with him that evening to which I consented Got certificate from Quartermaster on the treasury at New Orleans for some bacon hams I had sold the Commandant at Walnut Hills Took dinner with the Governor and five other gentlemen PERSONAL xt L S Brown is uf wka 1 visiting relatives in j Miss Ctmie UilU - i Colenn of Middlesbor last week vuited fricni Irs- ABarnett of Paris formerly of s place visited Mrs W B Benny last French and Spanish The Governor asked me to sit at his left hand and treated me with a great deal of complaisance He was a real Spaniard but educated in England I think him to lie as clever a gentleman as I was ever ac quainted with After eating a very fine dinner and drinking as much wine M was neeeaaary I spoke to His Excellency Wapetlina some business I wished to have done It was done at once The entry for next day consists of only a line- - but is significant It says Wls very unwell and took a dose of tartar Sunday 5th panned He d River Land Â¬ ed at Mr Tanners and got some fresh broth and fowl Floated on all night Monday ith landed nt Baton Bonne Garrison Commandant Vabaaaond asked me to dinner but I excused myself and took a glass of punch with him Floated all night and panned Plaqoemine Wednesday 7th caught in a storm even leagues above New Orleans Here the diary ends as abruptly as if the entire bad done like McGinty gone to the liottom Referring again to the partial account eif the voyage of 7 Capt Halley May 2nd we entered the Mississippi River and were Belated with several guns -- supposed to be Indians but we raw no one The river was wide and the banks low and covered with trees and the water muddy which the in habitants said was nearly always the What sort of inhabitants the narrator fails to say Continuing be There were millions of ii Bays called the misquiters That probably nanna moeqaitoea and this at the mouth of the Ohio May 2nd -- rather early for them From the entry of May 4th having passed Lanslegress we quote Moved on and ine t two large battcaus loaded from New Orleans boond for Helinois Put to lay and next day met one bat teau His expression put to lay me aiis to land and the Illinois River was probably meant in the word HeliÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fie-eÂ¬ week Mrs Judge Bourne has been on the sick list again but is able to be up at litis writing John G Pond J D Perkins A Allien and others have gone to Frank- Â¬ fort to attend the G A R Mrs Dr II G Colson of Middlesbor ougb is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J II Boggsthia week Mrs Alexander Campbell ef Bethany is visiting her granddaughter Mrs B C Hagerinan at Madison Female Institute Miss Bherley of Louisville and Miss Bell of St Imis visiting Miss Anna Rev I Fraaee anil Miss gone hi me Delhi Ramsey have Miss Lena Baldwin who is attending school at Glendale O visited Miss Minnie Wagers and was present at the University conti Mrs S Parrish returned last week from a two months visit to her daughter Mrs Lulu Davie in Campbellsville When she left the baby was doing well Messrs S P Heather age A I Ruff and F F Mitchell all of Richmond r le over to this city on their bicycles rb y and dined at the Clarendon Lexingkm Lrmdtr Mr J B Paxtoa went to Lonisville Sunday to return with Mrs T P Hill Jr who came from her far away home at Buffalo Wyoming because of a failure of her health she left Tom in good condition and in work up to his ears Stmifvni Journal Â¬ HOUSE NOTES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ over 25000 This is done in order to encourage new enterprises A party of Northern and Western gentlemen of ptominence arrived in r lenn a lew nays ago on a rnoxvuie m prospecting tour Mr Robert P Porter I superintendent of the United States census who is one of the party being askeel what brought them South qnickly responded The Souths industrial de- Â¬ velopment thats what brings us here Continuing Mr Porter said Why is marvelous the Souths progress Just think of it The South is to day producing as much pig iron as the entire country did in 1870 A bulletin from the census office shows that the total city population of the Union in MM was 4S2Vi70 or 2012 per cent of the population In KSSO the urban popsdatioa was lliis47 or but 2257 per cent The tendency to go to town to live is therefore decidedly in creasing In 17k it had but 6 cities In with a population of over S000 the number was 2Mi it is now 443 The farmer must hurry to impress his policy upon the government or he will after a few years find the city man in the majority Asa Harrodsburg a ye ar ago suffered a 125089 conflagration and on Thursday night another severe one causing a loss 000 occurred Fire in the Mercer rain and Coal Cos large elevator got under too gre at a headway to be eon trolled by the poor tire fighting facilities that that place affords There w n some i0000 bushels of wheat in the large elevator and a smaller one also burned and the loss is estimated at a little more than tofkOOO The wheat is entirely covered by insurance and the company held on the buildings The LoniaviDe Hontbern depot was in juiedto the extent ofl060 The New Orleans Picayune e alls attention to the fact that the tirst steamboat loaded with produce and manufacture passed through the Muscle Shoals ou the Tennessee river last week en route from Chattanooga to the Ohio river This emphasizes the announcement recently made that the completion of the Monde Shoals Canal had placed the entire upper Teni Valley in direct and immediate water connection with the Ohio and Mississip- Â¬ pi The Tennesse is navigable from its mouth to the junction of the Holstein and French Broad rivers four miles above Knoxville a distance of 650 miles during the gre ater portion of the year except through the twenty three miles ohstrnetod by the Muscle Shoals a canal through and around which has been Be constructed by the United States sides this long navgiation in the main river similar lsats can ascend the French Breiad 00 miles thelliaw 4M and the Chinch 70 thus bringing some 200 additional mile s of water route into immediate connee tion with tin Mississippi and Ohio The region trav ersed by these- streams is rich in minerals The Tennessee river now that it is open throughout the entire course will alford a outlet and greatly aid in the development of the country as well as benefit those cities like New Orle ans St Louis and Cincinnati having direct water connection with it 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ utH-de-- MATRIMONIAL Rev J I Wills went to Garrard coun ty last week and at the residence of Mr varkcr Anderson united in marriage w tube Rai8ton aud Miss Annie Anderson Rev Preston Blake was called to Bowling Green this week to perform a marriage ceremony the groom Rev Boone being a former classmate in the Louisville Seminary Â¬ DIED Allen Gentry dieel near Union City Madison county Ky on Friday April 2Kb 1891 of consumption aged 31 He was a grandson of James entry ised was in Richmond em Wednes day and died Friday He e ame home from California about Dee ember in bad river under Admiral Raphael Semmeeof His model of the the ill fated Alabama Alabama four feet long full rigged with guns toats and other reejuisites of a war vessel made with a pocket knife is simp- Â¬ ly a wonder After the surrender st Ap-Â¬ pomattox he seured his parole and soon thereafter was given a position in the U S Navy on the famous Kearsarge under command of Captain Winslow who had sunk the Alabama After several voyages around the world while in Chi- Â¬ nese watersWinslow became ill and Capt Williamson brought him home by way of He never returned Paris and London to the navy but spent a number of years in railrovl engineering in Alabama Tex Â¬ as and elsew here Coming to i NEW ADVERTISEMENTS LIST OF LETTERS Remaining unclaimed in the Post O at Richmond Kv for tie werk ci April i8th 1891 tarv Alexander George Bradley Gile Jan 0 Barnes Sarah Eliza Carr Will Childers Sinlda locum W R Embry Wm V G T iia Frcdison Alice W Fedro Mamie liams Nannie Ham John Post OlTice hours from 6 a m Money order a prompt 7 a m to a W A POWELL he held tin f chief t intheoffni Internal Rev lxk k Turnpike Election of said eon bouse of J J B 7 Â¬ health Mrs Thomas Troy died at Wind Ky on Tuesday April 21st 1891 of consumption ageel 42 She was originally daughter of Clai Miss lVttie Kubank borne Fubank who lived for many years just above Four Mile Ferry across the Kentucky river and for a time occupied the Karr farm on this side of the river Thomas Wiods Miller a native of Mad onnty died in Lincoln count Wednesday April 22nd el Miller years lb wlnse wife was flnaannsh Woods 1m th of Albemarle county Va and married He was related to Miss Jane Hocker the Miller family eif Muddy Creek and has many relative s in this county Â¬ enue during the Cleveland admin He was then elected Ci tion onnty Surveyor which p held at the time of his death took place in Richmond cenu I I B day tion of ex nied the hearse De cea wife and two children Hewisa brother of Rev C P Williamson of the Christian l WALK church Clarence Notice to Debtors It be them a been pla Mri of W t Virgin been appointed I Kentucky and W J Wilmore fr of Jessainine ty a Mr V man to hold s im rt hut be is said to have shown ty for the work M I bvi UN l Franklin Pa own- A telegram was received here Wednes St Bel full hiother to Beb day by J M Higginbotham from Kansas llinda Rose Chimes and P icie write We ba inns Oiutmen City announcing the death of his nephwith great id believe it fulr ew Willie Stafford who was 13 year 100000 POUNDS claimed for it We cheerfully recon At the young lxiys reoaeat the remains it to our friends u were shipped to Laacaater for interment We lire in the mar The Danville Advocate publishes a and will reach here this Friday after statement of the financial condition of the Lancaster Record citv which hat the resour I C The de cased doubtless I ilent amounts to Stafford formerly of Richmond and the indebtedness but flooo G A lackey died of pneumonia at the ilk M M Miller in home of his An excellent April Madison county Ky on Monday coke for sale at J B 27th I8W aged 78 years Baria in Use new gas works He Richmond cemetery to day M N DRIGGARS native of the canity farmer Democrat Richmond Water and I 40 member of the Christian church and a re is no little O good man in every articular I in Brazil to the y arrange Mrs Miller deceased leaves another we have made with that country on acdaughter Mrs Mollie McRobertl count both ol the provisions of ll Stanford treai i William R Taylor died in Richmond corclu Ky on Monday April 27th 1801 Richmond Ice Manufact about 40 years His death was unexpect ropose to sell the best Ice as lo sell public yet he had a severe lung trouble and ed 45 iS He was a jeweler but the lowest other afflictions The Geological Buieau at Frankfort for ten or fifte en years had done nothing in that line being a salesman in the store shows that the Kentucky rieer above the level of the sea at Iae nes of his father John G Taylor recently de frontiWill Taylor was a kind hearted Letcher county and but 413 above it at Found man and bad many friends Buried in the mouth in Carroll eouiitv Richmond cemelerv yesterday aiteinoon Gap in Letcher county is the h t The The Climax last week merely nien point in the State 2 i tioned the death at Georgetown of Man point in the State is at Oakton in Hickman county which is 51 feet above sea level a on Orchard Annie Cee il sister of Mrs Gov Cantrill contai difference of J 191 feet formerly Miss Mary Cecil onee a teacher Â¬ Mi W ANTED OF WOOL PUBLIC Wodnosd SALE 2 HOUSES LOTS Â¬ Â¬ i2i Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ m City Lois b lues i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 4- Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t- Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5- Â¬ Â¬ I Tue-s-da- Â¬ -- 1 Coroners Sale Â¬ Â¬ expe-n-lari- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5- Â¬ Â¬ MondayMay41891 1 Â¬ 12 Â¬ Â¬ Tract Lad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ftffl OLIVER PLOWS 1 1 mmmmmmmmB mmmmmE1- NEWS OF OTHER COUNTIES MONTGOMERY EVERYONE MADE Â¬ KENTUCKY Newport improvements STATE NEWa ia spending 250 000 In spring J COLEY CO A rciK D RUFF 1TEW GROCER Died Hden Wyatt aged 88 years Had been 70 rears a member of the Nancy Mrs Methodist church Grubbs aged 93 fell and broWe her hip GARRARD - A mad dog created a se nsation in Gar rard Sunday Bight The dog made its appearance at Mr Richard McGraths Reaching Bi yantsville the animal attacked Mr Uen Dunn and tore one of hit shoes nearlv off but failed to break the A party of negroes re- Â¬ skin on hisfoot turning from church was attacked and red in all directions and every dog in the rabid animals path was bitten At HAPPY -- MY LINE OF- - last reports he was still at large WOODFORD itH A Mrs Laura Hockersmith N R R for killing her husband vs L Married compromised for 5000 Miss Margaret C Wooldridge and Mr Died Mrs Mary John G Edwards V Shiip Willis Boston aged 81 James U S Senator Cleveland aged 40 Watson C Squire of the Stale of Wash ington visited Senator Joe Blackburn of He is a lat week Remington the noted pistol manufactur- The cae of Shoes Hats -- AND son-in-la- Furnishing - Goods IS NOW COMPLETE Â¬ er SCOTT ITOH S t3LTU William True sentenced to the peni tentiarv for the killing of Corsable Roh ii son escaped from jail but was caught wn a week later nci Din Mrs Nonie OiTutt wife A young tin Offutt aged t cil student from Lexington named J T rutin jumped lioin a last passenger train near Georgetown and was badly hurt Penn Dick ftahbed by Clatk Both colored Jackson died James II Thomson a former Georgetown merchant died at Lexington DBTaT- - have all the latest novelties on tale and at prices within the reach of all My line of I HIGHSHOES AS ALSO THE SHACKELFORD DKAIEKS IN ALL KINDS OF- - GENTRY House LINCOLN Hardware Roofing and llMOMi Ivy M raware BLACKSMITHS G w oodenware AND WAGON MAKERS ran sug 1 T The much talked of malpractice suit of Henry A Pleasants against Dr Steele Hailcy for the alYsed bad setting ol a broken leg was decided Saturday the jury bringing in a verdict for the defendN Buford Klis a colored L ant Â¬ LOW CU T in plain toe or patent leather tipped for Ladies Gents Misses li OfluS employe wears largest foot for his sze in the country tie is about six feet tall weighs 170 and No shoes His lasts which at Rowland lias probably the TOOLS AND MATERIAL uttering Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 5 I are of course mae to order resemble saw logs moie than the do the shape of a and Children is the human beings foot and the bottom of them are as flat as a founder- Stanford The exact dimensions of Journal M A o Swopes monument are Hobbiest Ever Shawn in Eichmcnd Height 36 let 6 inches base S feet square and weight 64000 pounds ROCKCASTLE M GOING O o O o O o O o O o O o k- - T OUR y r fi T vi lompetiiors YES OOOOOO cOOOoOO m it- Mr E Mullins who owns land jut east of town is having some trouble with one tract of probably a hundred acres on which some parties have lately laid a State warrant Mr Mullins claims that the land ir question has been in the pos session of his family more than thirty One of the oldest houses in years and that the taxes have been paid by them on it they have cut lots peeled Kentucky keeps a variety of hark and removed timber from it during all those years without hindrance or t and he had proposed several IRON for black WROUGHT to lay a warrant himself thereon by not to SPOKES but had been advised fifteenlawyers peacesmiths WHEELS incur the expense as years able possession entitled him to the land KIMS and other supplies for under our Stale law- - The parties who laid the warrant claim that their papers Beat makes of are bona tide and will hold Mr Mul- n makers t the partv of sjrvevors sent by the and loriiide surveying FARMING IMPLEMENTS Fine warrantors The pait left them the matter the land and Mt Vernon Signal remains unsettled FARLEY I can please you in style as well as in price 1 DONT BUY you I 111 pert my ine The MeKinley Bill has not ad- vanced my prices which are al ways the LOWEST The Style The Thing The Quality the Best Come now while you can et the largest stock to select from Save money and be happy lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION llial Iquarters or FIELD SEEDS - tud allowed itself i -- ii nli willi their load which 1 I y iliir ii sur ewng on Licking river about LINE of HARDWARE and host beams three milts from C nhiana hist week ink behind farm T APLE GROCERIES on the where Karl AshbrookMorgan on the ltopsor and place hid a for Ihey battle pick il Dp a misket that had been SALT LIME and CEMENT used n that engagement Few perPoor sons have an idea ol vthst a large manuhut to the house where facturing establishment is located in the suburbs of Iiiris on the Middle -- ILL Whalev our Com ty Sirveyor i Â¬ C C 41- - WALLACE wiiik North ry attractive your lathers and grandfathers her mil win1 hough We were reared be and are intend ago which at in oui heir goods half a century town pake We have reference large distilling establishment Of Co which is conducted by N J of Covington under the name Paris Distilling Co clinii We are aw an mpetition ia proofs of bk rid of the ladder W 17- L PAULEY Successor to John Farlev - about fifteen acre acres of which is undercover Tt ti ii ry is one of the largest in the State and is fitted up with all the latest improved machinery The capacity of the house is 8 SS bushes or 85 barrc day but at present they are only turning out 65 barrels There are three large warehouses on the grounds with a storage capacity of 40000 barrels and at present there are about 2 000 barrels in build a free ware he most complete arrangement a here Abe the preinisi n feeding over fall Kentuckian Citizen i J to the Wash ft Walsh of the The plant occupies of ground about six Closing Out TO U BUSINESS Â¬ Hew branda in the mai petitow of any an ublibhnu iit Our proffered inducements even astonish us ITS and SIK KS are simply of H ir Spring aix Soma attention i called la oor Old LadyV if 150 and f 200 line and- Our line of CLOTHING is unequalled lor style durability and We can tit the small hoy the small lare or most fastidious price- SUITS MADE T ORDER man at price unheard o Just inspect ocr line of HATS consisting ol Stetsons Svauns and brands and in fact all the leading Iiut our cry oea not ed here In endless varieties we can tutiful line of Gloves Handkerchiefs Socks Suspenders Jewelr Trunks Vali Underwear Shirts r lino c ng i 1 - Livory - Etisle -- the senior member of the firm W A As OUR NEW- - BOYLE Buggies toss m ill is Harness have come and our In response to numerous inquiries we will stthat the ice factory beg ns operations Monday The company is sinking a well to be used in connection with the fine spring on the property Danville Runaway Accident Advocate Mrs Dr J S Demtree and little child of this city and her sister Miss Luu Trent of Washington countv had an ex perience with a runaway horse Sunday alterncon that was rematkable in the narrow escapes made by Mrs Den aree They hid drien to the top and child of the hill on the Lexington pike near Mr Ingrams residence an J Miss Trent who was driving was framing the buggy around when the hoise started oft in a run Miss Trent bt came frightened and jumped from the vehicle and this Kt Ml Demaree in a perilous position with the babe in her arms Alter the horse had gone a short distance Mrs Demaree also leaped trom the vehicle but in doing so dropped the child on the buggy floor Quick as lightning she giasped the body ot the buggy and clinging to it was drag ged probably a hundred yards between the wheels She would undoubtedly have been seriously injured had not M ssrs Henry Han ford and I T Lanier stopped the horse in its flight The sud denness ot the halt threw the baby from the buggy and it appeared to be dead when picked up but soon regained con Mrs Demaree received some sciousness painful bruises but was very thankful to escape as easily as she did Advocate Â¬ Â¬ Powell has been ap Â¬ pointed postmaster ot Richmond which po- Â¬ sition will require all his time and atten- Â¬ tion we have decided to close out ourCloth- mg and Shoe busi- ness We will there fore sell at greatly reduced prices from this day forward The Joskph Bryan shot and fatally wounded Sam McRae at llopklnsville the result of a quarrel over a woman All parties are colored Fibebi68 are alarming the people of the eastern part of Simpson county The residence of D II Hargis was burned the incendiaries taking care first to empty a barrel of water kept near the house and to remove the wind- Â¬ lass from the well Owenbboro has been hauling poison Â¬ ed dogs flBahe streets by the cart load The Journal complains that there are a thousand dogs too many in Henderson The Henderson fair association is preparing for a revival of its fair this fall The Nicholas county prohibitionists have nominated Aquilla Hildreth for representative from K icholas and RobÂ¬ ertson counties The magistrates of wealthy Woodford county in a fit of economy have refused to buy coal for the offices of the county officials Mrs B F Jcthbie the fourth vic tim of the wedding poisoning died on the 28d at her residence in Louisville from which a few days ago her husband the first victim to succumb to the mys- Â¬ terious fatality was borne to the grave The negroes of Cloverport have ap Â¬ plied to the city council for a school building on account of the taxes paid by them for Which they have never re- Â¬ ceived any benefits The matter was referred to a committee The clays of Rockcastle are attract- Â¬ ing the notice of manufacturers and capitalists several agents of whom have recently been dodging hither and thither throughout the county in search of specimens Richard Uite brakeman on the Louisville Southern railroad fell beneath the train at Shelbyville whila attempting to make a running switch and had his left leg cut entirely off Hite is about thirty years 01 age lives in Louisville and has a wife and child Kaxaoa Gray a desperado awaiting trial for arson and burglary at Ver- Â¬ sailles was shot through the head and killed by Jailer Hall the other morning while attempting to escape The board of trustees of the town of Dycusburg has refusedto grant licenses to sell whisky and for the first time in the history of the town it is without a saloon Mas Samuel S Hite who died the other evening made the third victim of the fatal wedding supper at Lyndon Station Coroner Miller announces that he will have an autopsy made in this case and endeavor to learn the real nature of the mysterious poison Dr L D Kastenbine who has analyzed speci- Â¬ mens of nearly all the food set before the guests says that so far he has been unable to discover any trace of arsenic He adheres to the theory that the poi-Â¬ son was In the mushroons used In mak ing the salad Frankfort colored people are trying to organize a literary society Two genuine cases of glanders have appeared In Union county and owners of horses are much alarmed Owejtsbobos city council has just made its annual tax levy The tax rate is SI 90 ad valorem with 4 poll tax CaiT Whebby commander at the Newport barracks has been promoted to the rank of major and Maj Thos O Townsend to that of colonel Col Wherry by his promotion will be transferred to the Twenty first infantry in Col Townsend will be plac Â¬ Nebraska ed in command at Newport Mr Van B Snook died at Eminence a few days ago from the effects of the poisoned food eaten at his sons wedding at Lyndon station recently The other sufferers With the exception of three or four are improving and most are out of danger Wash Ramsey was shot and killed by Lee Jenkins at Lexington a few days ago The Sullivans father and son on trial at Maysville for the murder of Thomas Brashears were found guilty The jury gave Augustus Sullivan six years and his son Samuel Sullivan eleven years Lexikqtox is organizing a base ball club and wants to get in the Inter state League A shooting affray occurred at Mid dletown Simpson county the other Bill Williams white and a afternoon negro both tough characters got into a difficulty over the payment of a dol Â¬ lar and the negro drew a pistoL Williams ran into his house near by got his shotgun and returning emptied both barrels into the negro with fatal effect There has been no arrest At Burlington John Keys on trial for the murder of Billy Fee in a shanty boat on the Ohio river was acquitted The employes of the Kentucky Cen- Â¬ tral lluilroad Co have made up a hand- Â¬ some pure for the widow of the late C iiduc tor Norcutt who was killed on the road a few weeks ago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Staple 0 Fancy GROCERS LalorsOld Stand corner Main and B Streets Richmond Ky 111 wnfiXC A JWv WlTCHMIRERJtWELER IEAIKK VValchew IN- ffiJVMtfSSsS WCToddl 111 Main St below n Staple and F Mitt jra 4J New Firm New Goods Fresh - Queensware Glassware Tinware Hardware Woodeaware - Clocks Jewelry Silver and ial CMtt by Groceries ilaled war ft attention given to CANNED Tobacco and ooi the new firm Will purchased be sold at exceedingly reasonable prices FULL MEASURE fettinq bamok AND OTHICli PKKCIOCS STONFN REPAIRING Promptly done and in a workmanlike COUNT iff 1 and DOWN WEIGHT Country Produce bought and sold at Market Prices ens Cash Paid far 9 Old Gold and Silver J L 42- - COLEY CO Dont foreet the place next door to the Post office Kicl moud Ky 30- HH THE NEW GROCERY FIRM - c rc PowersHagarii GOKMLE DRUGGISTS Miner Main and First Sir -- -- HERHD0H FINEST RICHMOND KENTUCKY STAPLE AND FANCY Groceriss mm PRESCRIPTIONS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Saddler Ir HAS CANNED GOODS Now is the time of year for vou to porch carefully coin pounded day and night by an experienced physician and pharmacist DRUGS FIELD SEEDS Clover Timothy and all other Field Seeds at lowest cash pii Medicines Irolta Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS Km VKNiV Will Buy ill Country hm RICHMOND At the Hicheat Market Price COME 3 ami SEE US POWER HIGQINS sThERNDCN tf k HASAN WCGormlevwVliJ ANTEHi CHICKEN Cholera Cure a nihil sk NI- - P WE KEEP g AS STOVES hi Trim We propose to furnish Umbrell 5 ivelties in Jewelry dbc lor Work Shirt Undershirt 1arr ol at reasonable rates Drawer- - and an am load of other bargains Flannel and Cnlaundried Shirts from 50 cents to the best and fanciest made Horses boarded by the day in novelties in fancy flu nels and linen and A choice m week or month Laundried Shirts from C5 cents to the finest silk pull lor the celebrated STAR Shirt Wo are live men with live goods at live prices We can Horses Bought and Sold sell you an article cheaper than many merchants can give it to you Oh we are way a it of sigh Niee Turnouts ol all Kinds Twenty dive cei tod UNCLE SAMS ALL RIGHT Secretary Foster Bays the Government Ia Able to Meet AU Obligations Washington April 25 Secretary Foster has not yet arrived at any con elusion as to the plan to be adopted for the refunding of the 4K per cent bonds amounting 50000000 to which fall due September I In the of conversation course on the condition of the government finances Secretary Foster expressed himself as having no fear of the liability of the government to meet all its obligations as they might arie There would be no trouble he added about the next quarterly payment of pensions in June aggregating between 5000000 and 28000000 The available money at the disposal of the treasury he placed at about S0 uooooo Three Moose Items Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively turts it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Â¬ Jet FOR SALIC BY HARDWARE For Si Tin Our Goods are of txcrllent quality anj our PRICES REASONABLE y Water end I Wi Light Ca Repairing si Tinware u LowErs OF- 1st A SlECl VLTY - COOKING STCVESI That Use Gas for Thev Fuel Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ ing Stoves CLAUDE SMITH 7- - CO ALWAYS and S READY FOR USE BrooKs Middelton CARRIAGES ALEXANDERS - HOTEL case of B Hea places that have from hotel ran 44- i Seventh and Market Streets Jf Teams for hauling of every kind greater part of our 3 gOOUS IS neW aiKl the 1 1 E C BOGGS AN CO Main Street opp Court House THE WILLARD DLRS HOTEL pp Court House w Center - Tonisvillo Ivv Green Sts Thoroughly Renovated and Improved o rC Alfred little son ol Shelby Elkin died from the effects of gunpowder explosion James Shepherd an aged citizen of New Stable on Irvine Street Mcrritt neighboihood and Mrs More between Second and Third head of Right Angle neighborhood also N II dead itherspoon has sued J R BAILEY A anj E A Marshall of Cumberland Gap tor 3200 balance due on fourteen G IE MYERS 14- town lots Residence of Mrs Sarah n Stevenson near Kiddville burned -- and Moms Turner who was seriously cut by John Britt has sued Britt for 1000 damages Dr Joseph School a native of Schoolsville Clark county died in Montgomery county Lizzie infant daughter 73 PiUe jloo ot R II Isbell is dead Also Miss Mary White daughter of M K White of Iine Jout Kheti- - Grove Dr James Hensley for nearly mnt 50 ears a practicing physician and a graduate of Transylvania died at Kidd prices are marked down to little above cost while for the others we will take less than cost Mugr Â¬ if XW agtd 83 X1ATI3S S2CO X323H T5A1T W R LOGAN ivSUALl LITHOSJNK oi llie Dr J T LEE 91 Woodburn Av 30 o - rUt Manager Cincinnati Steam Thrasher for Salta - ir xosrrc id-iiima-ii- iiB 1 I H H EAHSEH Prepr Lieral patronage Terms HMINII H her at the ma XK AN Ux km 1 ma T ana 1 1U fl V km UmMmi NET islr 1 r iUl I have cm liVH - FOR Uii j tax Mtk lh work m I lii i rnnrww 1 MS t csa tmnitm irMk aad wwifc mi it m sale at reaa H H able prices 17 repair ao- - Lfc ir rasa COLYER and Third street Eighty foot v house with three rooms kitch- -- gs c All in good On street car line ti W FICKELS veral large pctili ns were sent from Winchester and Iaris akn ovemor to pardon Hume Clay the Illy aiiftjcratic lorger wl o and swindled the banks 0 ti out of txOoo He refused to interfere before a judicial investigation Sain Hickmai junior son ol Sam H ckman senior col on d was before Jude Brniou yesterday morning charged viiui stealing a fishing reel from Frank Hujjgard which charge T1m was not denied father interceded and proposed that if the court would let his sen off with a whipping he would do the whipping himself in any manner and to any extent that the Court prescribed whereupon the Court decided that young Sam should be taken to the livery stable of F P Pendleton and llieie be whipped after the cutom of e ancient times by h s father in the pres ol Major 1endleton until the pun nt so adn should be in the r or to condone the offense the Court was immediately exu and it is safe to say that Young Sa a strong antipathy hence to fishing reel S- i Â¬ Â¬ We have Clothina ot the best materials and latest styles ev Hats Shoes a variety Â¬ ery description ot of Â¬ Gents Furn- ishing Goods Um- Â¬ brellas Valises and various other goods Come now POWELLTAYLOR cos Xijor ass was sis n Waitea Martin colored was hanged Friday at Columbia S C for the mur- Â¬ der in January last of Alice McLeod NEW BUGGIES a white woman with home he was liv Â¬ NEW PHOTONS ing Bill Miles colored was executed iat Pickens S C for the murder of NEW CARRIAGES Jake Griffin The dispnU which led tg the murder began over a nickel that NEW SURRIES Griffin said Miles owed him Edmund Holloway colored was hanged at Man NEW SULKIES ning S C for the murder of John W Dubose white The hanging was pri- Â¬ My vehicles are all new and of the vate under the laws of the state very ltest patterns They are for sale on the most reasonable terms If you Thinks Tbr Will lie War Washisgtox April 25 Thomas A want a vt hiee come and see me and Heenan United States consul at you wont g home without one 5- JOHN DONELSON Odessa Russia now here believes that war will soon break out in Europe lie that Russia has by cunning disre garded the treaty of Berlin and has now thirty or forty war ships in the llack sea and that it is only a ques Mr P J ONeill who has been rork tion 01 time w hen the czar will seiie ing for Mr S L Midkiff the past season iConsUiniufi is now in business with Mr James Allman A rrlrate Snap and thejr are prepared to do all kinds of First Tra np coming out on the road work such as is done in a first class shop Mr at a run I struck a snap at that house 011 the sliortest Ksible notice Second Tramp What was It a hot ONeill is a Irst clstM workman and makes a specialty 01 HORSE SHOEING Mr meal an no wood ter saw S L First Tramp No a bulldog West horse MiJkiffhesavs that ONeill is the best shoer ever aw Thev are also Shore prepared to do ail lirls ol CARRIAGE WAGON BLACKSMITHING wood A Beaa ef 1829 c work general taim work We have When grandpa went a wooing not got a three story shop but vn Mo wore a satin est ample icom to accommodate our A trail of running roses Give us a call Shop on Main Embroidered on his breist st adjoining C T Koxs Livery Stable The pattern of his trousers ALLMAN IS 47 ONKHL His linen white and fine Were all the latest fashion In eighteen twenty nine SILL Grandpa was a fine looking young fellow then so the old ladies sav and he is a gne- lookig old ajcattanaaa now For the past If not sold privately before score of ors he has been a firm bciit ver in a Gol 5 ol Dr Pierce SATURDAY HAY 16TH 1891 It renewed mi ays It is the only bloo and liver invi orator guaianteed to nting on betK nt or cure or monev p and run ed It cures liver disease dyspepsia scrofning back New ulous sores skin eruptions and all diseases house with thre fruit of the and knov in its M McCXR i j it is an early stages unpi Â¬ Louisville - - Kentucky 2nd Will Open Monday March C T WELLS NOTICE -- Having sold out our entire interest in the hotel on Jefferson street we have reiy T moved to our old stand that we occupied The OdIv Coal Yard lor years so successfully at Seventh and Market streets are now hitting it up isv elegant shape new throughout and the outfit in every wav will be elegant incud Only a sq ing one of Hales Safety Passenger and Vou dont have t baggage Elevators with all the late im- depot provements We want all of our old friends to come We promise and see us in our old home you that our Rooms Table and Service shall be second to none in the land Anthracite My wile Mrs To B Alexander wants Soft Coal and Coai to be icmembered to all her lady friends Nnt and Lcmp and she will be glad to see them and fjm them a hearty reception bid ftteritiiqhii IM Fare JO 36 2 --J B TW lny nn Quickest I V ALEXANDER LOWEST 5A tLVvMKm nn4Bi iNei50 m o T w ini MASTER COMV Vvuu Notice to Creditors To bring forwar M prof proen Frank Tun Malvuia T Nancy On Kiin estate ha MISE MOUTH -- W L DOUGLAS 4tt raasad aa Â¬ ux so stamps M U WT oa as s sad otto r sascsmft Ladsactc bottom ASdn zM by Mar neit 4446 M JACK FREEMAN