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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- J nV I- tfOrSaa CT ngrrjag SjI IV I fS MAI DAI IDLERS Nearly Every Branch of Organ ized Labor on Strike OF MEN IDLE THOUSANDS In Various Portions of the Country 5000 Men Out in New York 1E I GREAT FOREST FIRES Working Tremendous Destruction in New Jersey The Country Lighted Ip for M Ilea Around A1 Skn rll i una nmm iceu Destroyed VOLUME ATTORNEYS 6 POWELL RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 6 1891 CHILD BIRTH Mothers Friend I C I J I 17 Sd rl111 NUMBER 47 - TTORXEV AT LA W Richmond KurrocKT A - MADE EASY trace on Second - J A SlLLIYAN A TTOUXEl ATLA - is a scientific- Â¬ ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro- Â¬ fession These ingredients are com- Â¬ bined in a manner hitherto unknown RnFYPnsnN it While Extinguishing a Fire Greenville 0 Highest of nil in Leavening Power L S Govt Report Aug 1889 at H RuHMoXn EM1CKV i6- - i miiiiiniim ifgiin a rroitxErsA eaoobb ET r la w KiNTtrKV NEW York May 2 Labor troubles which wore predicted for May 1 in this CO BRADF1EL0 REGULATOR Atlanta 6a A city amount only to strikes by the SOLD BY ALL IIKUOUIET3 house smiths and framers unions The RlCH KUcntuckv former has called out all its men and a limuiinis Bi tiding First large majority of the latter arc out RAILROADS waiting- for a settlement of proposition made by employers These two SUACKKLFORD R N I B R R include alo it li000 men a very unions small portion of the workmen of New York ATTOIIXEI A 7 1 A still they can by keeping way from RlCHMOSD KESTITKT Time EST their work throw 25000 men out of employment Will pranire la all the Court Office 13 Last night a big mass meeting of smile a iol labor unions was held at fnion Square Aprii MKNTW bUKUKKY It was estimated that 12000 persons were present when the speaking began A WILKES SMITH As early as 7 oclock the various labor DBNTA I SURGBON organizations bc an making their ap-Â¬ A M y cxi 7 25 pearance and in an hours time the Kllllv ktMUKV 6 08 7 n aqtaua was crow led The organizaHumeri 9 7 5 5 55 iIi ItiiMmii Main street Omc 5 47 7 io tions represented comprised ciarmak M e ml lu Irni ers bakers waiters confectioners d tailors and brewers The meeting was 5 15 held under the direction of the sH ialistic J C MORGAN D J i 5 oc labor 835 BICBMOND KEX1 VCBT 65 4 5 ation party and the central labor feder 6 4 Try 4 3 L Samuel editor of The People 4 4 M hi son National iincSlain Si called the meeting to order shortly after ck Bank 4 13 8 oclock and delivered a brief address in favor of unions and the eight hour yyFLBY W BUBGIN day Other speakers followed In the same strain and then a 2 5 22 3 of resoluDBNTIST At Richmond Lv 3 tions demanding a reduction of the A M P M Kkhmond Kfntiiky present working hours to eght ex ics Omt w a Powell i Hi im tending sympathy to the striking coal lain uuU Viral trcl miners in Pennsylvania and urging all dor wage workers to rally under the ban- Â¬ ner of the socialistic labor party was J V CREED D D b Jll introduced and unanimously adopted G X CS LES5EC KlRKSVtLLB KEX TUCKT Ottimwa la May 2 Every miner y QUEEN 6 CRESCENT FUTE in this section dropped hi shovel Ofltae at Klniiell n jrthlniE and will stay out until tao eight jniiV M Popular Southern Short Line Via hour day is granted At Mystc Oska IHVMi 1AN Louisville - or - Cincinnati looaa Keb Avery Flagler Foster Al bia and twenty other points the miners i m in i Southern Points WlLLJENNIN went out according to the dictation of the executive committee- of tae Iowa Ill i SHI AX AM SI li FOX Time To pril zih 1891 mine workers K ENTI KV The miners have heretofore made no EAST AND SOI Ill BOUND demand for eight hours in many cases National uitiinjr work simply for a holiday but Daily the action of the executive committee U II U GIBSON will prolong what would have been a lie 4 10 p m strike of but short duration Uig celef tn an 55 P brations were held at Mysti where p m Kentucky RicHaoMD General Weaver made the principal adm iu dress and at Albia and it was formally 11 in office Main Everydecided not to resume work p m thing is quiet and no depredations have M 1oYYJZ K Lawrei been committed except at Oskaloosa where fire in the Consolidated Coal SI CI AX A XI St RGBON fli Companys shaft No 7 destroyed the en- Â¬ C v k Kkmicky Richmond tire plant May 2 W Va The Whkkiino mj 7 33 p miners employed in this vicinity to the number of 1000 quit work yesterday VANS MD morning on account of the operators failure to sig n the scale It is not exAXD SURGEON pected that the strike will b j of long NORTH AND WEST HOlND KlMlCK V Kil duration Tiimhie O May 2 The miners employed in Lucas district No 8 struck Kx Sun yesterdny They number 1100 in all MOB So far as can be ascertained the men i so pro 35 a m Medicine and Surgery Practitioner la demand an advance In the rate for ma chine mining With regard to the eight K NTlCKf I v Iex hour question there is a division of senAr Verv 7 17 timent From Lexington and Gore wood iait I somes the news that the miners ar- all at work with no intention of striking at m 10 p HER present Divjfoiv 111 May 2 What prom- Â¬ SURGBi ises to be the most stubbornly con- Lv J 02 p m 5 R HMOMb Km fCKl Ar Iai coal minors strike ever held in this district was inaugurated yesterday 305pm morning The contest is to enforce the r UK MhI 4 05 p eight hour day aul pay every Saturday a m LION The men say they will stay out until am is upheld and their demands Homeopathic Physician mid Surgeon eCars Kl u ni Hay I on - the law Iul Motlern Iniiroveiiu nt siiort t granted The operators suv the law is KlSlllKV iiiirkt t and IINI unjust and that they will fight it to the infiriiiHtiim ciil on any M r I Krlclits Mount i United States supreme court Fully Loalavllte rViutliern or tiui en nml i atteiliiil I H WUODWEIi 1500 men will be directly interested in of women Hint all dim- - AgL ntor Disirict Tomi Agi Louisvilli- Kj I Hillh- CUll ctllonlc rjmIlilleni- this strike which with their families D G EDVAEIM im- use llcl nea sent Is Uiuce alto A J A ineliiiiall O swells the total number affected to 55O0 ii t souls Pkavrr Dam Wis May 3 The op- Â¬ Il JOUN M POSTER eratives in the cotton factories and the RICHMOND KBNTUChXr woolen mills here struck yesterday VETERINARY SPECIFICS morning for a reduction of working In Iween H For Esrse Cattle Sheep Pegs Hogs hours There are about 2V out of emu u AND POULTRY Mala a i kI ployment as a result of the str ke They SCO Pace Book an Treatment of Anlmala have been working eleven hours and and hart cDt Free L CLARENCE VAUQHT crass I Fevers oDgeati want the day reduced to ten hours lullaaiinatlB A A Spinal MraiuKitia Milk Fever Pirrsm kgh May 2 The railroad i rain Iameuc na Ubeamtlam UK RICHMOND hEXTL ChV coal miners of the Pittsburgh district IHaleiuer Naaal lll kargea vrum lll Ilola or lrutn lIlirnluonla - me as lir roster s LIT Main St 5000 in number struck yesterday The nuubH Ilrae KE I oil or lirl - Ilellyaebe miners will however resume work llemrrkage Minran iaae Kiduey Monday as an agreement was reached 1111 Ulacaaa I rlnarr mid W BRIGHT M I by the r confer II Erapllve Dlaeaaea Maage lliaearar Uigratlua Paralyaia yesterday afternoon JK Bottle lover 90 doaea InslCIAX ANOSURGi Single 90 ence committee in convention here and CKY the coal operators committee by which with Speclftca Mannal ratable trrliuiry ure Oil anil Modlcatur S700 the last years rat of seventy nino Veterinary fare Oil 100 n Main Ktrei Jar by Drngsiata or Sent Prepaid iiiK cents was allirmod The coal operators anrwbar pleal anil Sold and in any quantity on Receipt of Price examiiialloliK ol liunh and HullK also agreed to advance the price of HUMPHREYS MEDICINE 00 mining in case of any advance in coal New Yora- Sla Corner William and John during the coming year AT LIZ M 1 All May Fobt Waynr IZT7KFEBETS union painters in Ind Wayne8 some the 200 IUVSICIAX AND SURGBON Fort HOKIOPATHIC fffY in number struck yesterday morning Richmond Kentickv the boss painters having refused their SPECIFIC OfJlce W Main Htreet Revenue demands for the eight hour day and a In Dan 3D watn That OdW Hill ill fill ntTMdr for In- mg ui Ntaln uniform scale of wages The demand Nervous Debility Vital Weakness calls for thirty five cents per hour It K JM IJLACK and Prostration from ovr work or otnar eawil is probable the matter will be settled VI per nal or S mil and Urno rial powdr for boj BT ukcooikt or tu ul pottpald on receipt by arbitration prloe HUMPHREYS KEDICIME CO of PIirsiClAX AXD SURGBON Co William and Joan Buk V Y Louisviixit May 2 One of the arg- 25- Reii II r- - KfNTfiKV est labor demonstrations that has ever Tor Sale cy P3WSH5 fc HAGAN been witnessed in Louisville took place HAS HOOKER Wage workers to the nura yesterday ber of about oiiJij were in liue the VETERlXAItr SITMGBON ranks being swelled by a thousand or ORADLATE ONT VET COLLEGE so from New Albany Manufacturing shops generally throughout the city Vetorluar DeuUatry ami sterility a Will make the season of i8qt at M A were closed for the day - penalty from Richmond Phelp pace 43- miles In Covington Ky the carpenters OrPICB Neil Ur 10 Climax office pike at on the Jacks Creek 46- liullniuii Klrlnioii Kl went out on a strike yesterday for nine a minimum of 32 W per work 15 to Insure a Living Colt hoursinstead at tea hours pr day as pre- Â¬ THOMAS AYKES f day Money due when colt is foaled or mare viously Thv also want the en tractors to envioY none but uni u men Estate k Agency parted with F k IMKNAM TTORNBrS- - l T ZA W WILL DO all that is claimed for it AND MORE It Shortens Labot Lessens Tain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child Book V xiitKs mailed FREE con- Â¬ t ing valuable it irmatiun and voluntary testimonials i MOTHERS FRIEND of price 150 per hottle 6ooo RAILROAD MINERS Ieare Their Work In the rlttshnrgh Ila trlrt Reports From All srtliira of the Country Sent WK Â¬ ti tii iii JU Â¬ Â¬ - st Â¬ Â¬ i NeTV yea-t-rda- 11 47- The fiercest and most disastrous firo on record in Atlantlo county N J for thirty years was raging Thursday In the vicinity of Convertown and Port Re- Â¬ public and the heavens were illumi Â¬ nated like noonday Thursday morn- Â¬ ing the pines In the neighborhood of the places mentioned took fire from a spark from an engine The heavy westerly wind which was blowing at the time fanned the blaze and the flames soon spread to the large pines and in a short time the whole for Â¬ est south of Pomona was like a raging furnace The air was filled with sparks and amid the roaring of the rushing flames could be heard the thunder tat falling the pines and oaks The path of the fire steadily widened and the flames spread in several completely directions enveloping the cedar swamps By a change of the wind the town of Absecon was saved from destruction but the fire was guided from its old path into tho midst of some of the most valuablo young timber in that section Gradu- Â¬ ally the llames worked their way toward Conovertown and try 2 oclock Thursday afternoon had reached the outskirts of the town What few men there were aboart In the fields and in the streets seized branches sticks or shovels and hurried Into the woods hardly knowing where they were going or what they were going for A panic had ensued among tho women in the town They rushed a out madly asking each other what they should do The fire had driven the men who were righting it back al most to their own doors Finding their efforts to get the fire under control eelesa the n en turned their attention to their homes The flames at this time were not over a quarter of a mile distant It did not take long to remove half of their house- Â¬ hold goods across the street and down Into the open fields None too soon was this accomplished as the fire burst out of the woods and ifrnited the houses which were soon reduced to ashes A strong westerly wind aided in the de- Â¬ struction All the wooded land in the direction of the shore road was burned 1 Â¬ A FRIGHTFUL Precipitating EXPLOSION the Engine and KG J m rr V V A 9 1 T m 111 ada - ff J - i I - J ailing V VVMV i PURE 9 WW Ocean Several Hen ZA sggm VBrl A Our stock is complete in all the very latest Novelties to be seen in the Eastern ities A large and INTO A YAWNING CHASM One Han Fatally and Several Others Se Â¬ riously Injured One Boy Supposed to be 1nder the Engine Dayton O May 2 A special from ABSOLUTE CATEHP1LIV7 AlUIY Masses Which Stop Pailvay Trains in North Carolina A Handsome Line of Dress Goods Greenville O says About 80 last evening an alarm of fire called the de- Â¬ partment to the stable of Mrs Greager After a half hours work the flames were extinguished when a terrible explosion took place which was heard all over tho city Crowds gathered and great excitenvnt prevailed Cpon Investigation a terrible spec- Â¬ tacle was presented Where a fire en- Â¬ gine and many people had stood a gap- Â¬ ing chasm was presented Everything was confusion and the facts could not be learned for some time When at last the tiuthcame out it was discovered that natural gas had collected in a fire citern and ignited from the engine The force of the gas raised the heavy engine eight feet in the air and then dropped into the yawning chasm Cries of pain rent the air The front of V C Ruths grocery store was blown in Loss on property about S2500 insured The wounded are Truman Southern fatally injured internally Engineer Boyer seriously bruised Charles Hagis bruised Thomas OBrien badly hurt by horse and many others struck by flying debris One boy Is unaccounted for yet and it Is rumored that he is In the the bottom of the well under the engine Work is going on to rescue the engine and ascertain if anybody is under it The origin of the Are was Incendiary Â¬ lb AND Route Laid Out Whlrh They Follow Crossing the Streams By Way of Trest both iii Patterns and in the Pie our stock of Also INDIAN SOLDIERS Tin War Department Ptasned With Use Succeaa of Indiana In the Army Washington May 2 The war de- Â¬ partment is much pleased with the uo eeaa of the Indians in the army and ex Â¬ pects to have others in a short time It is the intention of the department to utilize Indians who graduate from the Indian schools in the capacity of tailors cooks mechanics blacksmiths etc in connection with the Indian companies and the Indian bureau will be urged to do all in their power to educate Indian youths to fill such positions War department officials and army officers think the success of the enlistment of Indians will go a great way to- Â¬ ward solving the Indian question and make them self supporting To Pnt Silver Coin In t Ireulatloe Washington May a United States Treasurer Nebeeker issued a circular yesterday stating that banks through- Â¬ out the United States will on applica Â¬ tion be furnished at the expense of the treasury department with WOO in subsi-Â¬ diary silver coin The circular also states that the supply of standard silver dollars in the treasury except those upon which silver certificates have leen issued Is practically exhausted This Is the first step In Secretary Fosters plan to put tho subsidiary coin Into cir-Â¬ culation Fire In a Tnment House New York May 3 Early yesterday morning a fire In a five story tenement on Suffolk street caused a loss of S10 000 to the occupants and about 812000 to the building owned by Prof Henry Davis The occupants of the building were mostly Hebrews and for a tim they were in great danger of being burned to death On the arrival of firemen however all the tenants were rescued although not without much difficulty Englands Proposal The English government has propos- Â¬ ed to the United States an agreement to suspend the killing of seals in the Behrlng for a term to be decided upon that a commission be chosen to exam- Â¬ ine the whole subject and for that time England will engage to keep out poachers from Canada It Is thought Blaine will agree to the proposition or something like it Â¬ COLD NERVE A Man m 1 rursiri I andsi rgbon Â¬ 5 Â¬ Â¬ i 3- JUsiAX Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ - A man by the name of A T Stein is badly wanted by the authorities at Keokuk la He presi Dt d himself at the office of the City hotel and claimed to have purchased the ntire business II o and had come to take charge demanded the keys to the money drawer which were turned over to lam Ho rati things for three or four hours helping himself to the liquors at the bar and treating all the p He suddenly disappeared with all the A special from Hamilton ready cash just across the river says he presented himself at the post office there as a special post office inspector and made an investigation and said the office was 8000 short On the strength of his representation ke borrowed a sum and disappeared President Harrisoae Trip Eastward The citizens of Monterey Cal gave the presidential party a grand reception At Salinas he was presentThursday ed with a solid silver card containing an engraving of the old custom house where the first American flag in the state was raised in ISM The pres- Â¬ idents response was a most happy one ateasrg Wanamakcr and Noble also muiie addrei Â¬ It ft the Whole Couutry Who Has of It to Supply ami Have Plenty The Carolina Central trainmen havo been having a peculiar exjerieneo with caterpillars for four or five days past and it is something unheard of in the railroad history of North Carolina Just east of Lumberton is what is known as the Big Swamp and the rail- Â¬ road goes through it on trestle work broken here and there in the solid portions of the swamp by embankments of earth Last Tuesday an army of cater- Â¬ pillars began moving out of the swamp and when they reached the stream over which the trestles carry the rails they massed on the railroad and proceeded to cross on the trestles The rails and ties were covered inches deep with the moving mass and the first trair encountered them was dead stand still the driving the engine slipping arouul as if the rails had been thoroughly oiled The engineer exhausted the contents of his sand box before he got through the swamp and reached a char stretch 01 track It was thought that trip would be the end of the caterpillar trouble but the very next day a train encountered another army of caterpillars crossing the trestle and had the same difficulty The Charlotte bound passenger train Saturday had a similar experience and a passenger says tho scene was something wonderful Tho rails and crossings were actually ob scurred from siht by the masses of caterpillars and the ground am swamps on each side of the track wen littered with the mashed fragm of millions of the caterpillars from the wheels of passing trains and from this mass an unendurable stench ai Where the caterpillars came from Is not known The farmers on this si s f r the swamp ex the safety of their crops so long as ta in using the advancing am trestle as its means of getting a the streams for none of them have got more than half way across before train would come along and convert them Into fertilizers BLOODSHED IN ROMS Member of the Chamber of Deputies Â¬ Â¬ Loan - Company THAT - WASH DRESS GOODS complete with all the latest and mo beautiful fabrics Don t fail to examine our stock before purchasing and you are certain to be pleased both as to qauality and pric is HELPS RICHMOND THF IIIIKVII F I I Savings Loan and WHITE 112 F ALLEN V Main St opp Court House Building Company A L WARDROlEIl The flew Planing Milli THE MADISON COUNTY PLANINO MILL WARDROPER tin EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MILL WORK DONE SUCH AS TO BRANCH AGENCY HERE ONE YEAR OLD ts from Richmon closed in Richmond onal loans - 7540 00 n 00 WALLACE Proprieto For Every SI Received Here The Louisville is Lending S5 Capital Stock is Fcrcs 1100000 Annual dividend Fco 91 25 per ct Cncice cf Three Terms cf Investment lL J SPEED SMITH President R L GENTRY HOARD OF IURKCToRs ORDER Wounded Terrible Effect of th Firing By Troop On the Mob A meeting of workingmen took place In Rome Friday afternoon netr church of San Giovanni Tl five mum tiers of the chai t An an Doors jSush Blinds Mouldings Lcth 5 0 hinglss Rough and Dressed LuniQer o Our n lently ur riot- ers hurled gendarmes at this point fired ui rioters and the cavalry immediately af Richmond ter charged upon those who had not been put to flight by tho gendarmes For fu fire When matters had calmed adirc s down somewhat it was found that Sig L R III nor Barzilai a member of the chain ber of deputies Signor Ciprianni a socialist leader and twenty five others Â¬ S- ALL ORDERS -- PROMPTLY FILLED ARE Al AVE AN sr CONTRACTORS gWF f v AM -- - BUILDERS vou liav Not So Bid as Reported WARDRQI Later on anoti conflict occur-red between th and a mob in Victor Emanuel Square Several per sons were injured ainl a trooper killed It is reported that signor Cip- riannis wound Is mortal 1 1 n- l While tiie n Old TTutch the Chicu they are sure the old man is in Florida and safe they betray a good deal of anxiety nevertheless and have sent a detective to hunt the head of the family up One of his sons says ho is in Pensacola He also says the old man is bolvent and has plenty of money to spare Dispatches from various parts of Europe indicate a peaceful May day although the London powers are all preparing for the worst The mani- Â¬ festoes of the socialists everywhere are revolutionary in tone a fact which keeps the authorities on the qui vive Bismarcks Majority for the Reichstag A supplementary ballot for a mem Â¬ ber of the German Reichstag was held in the Uestcmunde district Thursday Returns from fifty five polling places give the following figures Bismarck 0678 Schmalfeld 4715 Kay Day in Europe MAT DAY IN FBANCE even Killed and Twelve Wounilril In a Collision Between Miners and 1olice at Fourmlee One half of the workingmen at Four- - they rcstrc the rih ipg at the sidewalk All othci - - t HUMPHREYS Railroad Miners Oo Out Â¬ I Friday morning between five and six thousand railroad miners of the Pitts- Â¬ burgh district went out on a strike Their old scale expired Thursday and they went out pending an adjustment of wages their strike having nothing to do with the eight hour question The miners convention is now in session at Pittsburgh il11 I Bank Ex Presidents Stealings Two Thousand Per Day The investigation by the bank exam- Â¬ There have been 60449 immigrants iner of the Ninth National bank of New landed during April at tho port of New York shows that the stealings of ex York the highest number for April President J T Hill are 4us000 and It since 1883 when 455450 landed that is said that further search will bring year The number landed last April the amount to gniHUlOO was 49084 Fireman Killed A passenger May 3 train and a light engine on the Pitts- Â¬ mise France attended to their duties Friday The remainder abstained from work and were very noisy marching about the streets singing shouting etc A mob of 4000 hooted at a body ol gendarmes and the gendarmes drew their sabers and attempted to perse the crowd but were received with a shower of stones and were compelled to retreat A mob attacked the Maie Friday evening in an attempt to rescue imprisoned comrades and wounded two soldiers The troops immediately opened fire and three men fell dead The mob then fled Later There was a bloody col lision between miners and police in which seven persons were killed and twelve wounded Â¬ Hydrants Street Waskors Pipes Until Tubs Wnter Closets Ac Is left to the owner to give to the number he desires and as 1 am a P umb er of 20 M ars a to carry on the Ilumb ss in Rich mond it will be to the advantage desiring to tae water or gas to call and sec my Ism 1 PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEH07J3 REMEDY FOR ECZEMA OID PILESI BURNS c Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book price 50 cents T AR OI DSORP ABSOI4JTBIsY SORES CROUP WOUNDS BRONCHITIS FOR KEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Xli 13 TAR OID CO CHICAGO I L l I lycajrnntg Hom Pjttsbcboh Bismarck Elected Hl Street Y and ushers JL iS iJM Noi0 Youghiogheny burgh McKeesport railroad collided near West Newton last night Fireman Stewart was caught between the engine and tender and crushed so badly that he died a few minutes afterwards No one else was Injured The passenger train was loaded with Italians en route to the coke re- gion The Florida Senatorshlp May 2 Two bal- lots were taken last night On the fifty fifth ballot Call received 50 votes ceived from the Rye election just held at Geestemunde show that Prince Bis marck has received about 10000 votes and Herr Schmalfeld about 8600 Hew Hampshire shaken An earthquake shock was felt at Con tocook N IL at 710 oclock Friday Further and later returns re- Â¬ RELIGIOUS Between RIOT Reports from surrounding evening towns state that tho shock was very distinct A man named rest house living near Weston W Va fell on a drawing knife he was using and was killed Oas at Blooinlngtcn DX Another strong vein of natural gas has been struck almost in the heart of the city of Bloomington LU Tallauasse Fla Killed By a Drawing Knife PEAVINE JR r- 1 hi a Â¬ Mil TJAVING RETURNED MON I 1 TO RICH sttention again io the bin ing and selling of Real Estate anrf the Collection of Ac- Â¬ I will tli nW ou for your patron count 22 have decided to give my Is bv Old Pea ine 1st dam bv Bolivar ind dam Jaiappa Forest b Ned Forest 3rd dam b rorkett th dam bv Traveller PEA VINE Jr is a lautiful buy l6V hands high heavy mane and tail 4 years old good stvle and fine action rF VINE JR Five thousand carpenter in PittsÂ¬ burgh havsi gone on a strike for an eight hour day and ten thousand members of the building trades are affecttd Twenty thousand dollara worth of Paris dresses have been seized in New York upon complaint of imixrters who charge under valuation Bicycles Hot Ptrsonal Electa Parts Dressss Beixa1 Striking Carpenters 10 REWARD prehension with proof t3 convict anv person iruilty of lighting or turning off or extinguishing any ftrect lamp not au thoiized so to do or maliciously breaking M N DRIGGARS gi in ame 44- S D M PHELPS The Richmond Water il Light Compa ni will pay the bovc revard for the ap Â¬ PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor C fie Limsstcne Street 0pp 0 Sopot Superintendent M bkMilbMlL wrti far w II rmn H Mack bat ffS I lc yw yitcfc ly Sw km tramyaao IS ft a m lu - til a ktb laaariwftof lmtiMiu mmmii sea r ug iui roar aaMlsrrrh Ultwlsl MTX1 IS LEXINCTON KY New Snilding and Fnrnitnre The treasury department has inform Â¬ ed a correspondent that the board of general appraisers hold that bicycles are not entitled to free entry as personal effects Bicycles of American manufacture taken abroad are entitled to free entry on return Painters Strike Sattljd What seemed to be the inauguration of a long and bitter strike letween the boas and journeymen painters of St Paul Minn has been adjusted and the men i work Thu sday morn- idlcneaK 7 and the rest scattering Fifty sixth ballot Call 50 Speer So rest scat- Â¬ tering It was rumored that when the caueus reassemble- next Monday night the minority faction will withdraw Speer and place Chief Justice llaincy in nomination Instantly Killed Kashas Citv May 2 Edward Davis a young colond man employed in the Creamery restaurant at 817 Main street was killed yesterday afternoon while putting carbons In an electric light The current was turned on and as he grasped both sides of the frame he fell dead upon the table Earthquake la New Hampshire Coxconn N II May 2 An earth- quake shock was felt in this city at 710 last night The shock was distintly felt for about twenty seconds Reports from surrounding towns state that the shock was very distinct Ex Senator Blair at Washington Ex Senator Washington May 2 Blair recently appointed minister to China returned to Washington ye He declined how- Â¬ day from Chicago ever last night to be interviewed or to talk about the difficulties connected with his diplomatic appointment abroad Seer Hutch Refuses To Oo Home A special dispatch from Terre Haute Ind says Mr B P Hutchinson the well known Chicago speculator arrived there late Friday night from Evansville and refused to go further north al- Â¬ though he had a ticket to Chicago He put up at a hotel there Proposed Strike Declared 09 The proposed general strike of the Pennsylvania bituminous min neighborhood in the of 2rs Huntington Pa which v as an Â¬ nounced for Friday has been Indefi nitely declared off and the work will therefore continue as usual Â¬ the Greek and Jewe on Zante Island Resulting In the Killing of 8ev eras dispatch from Zante capitol of thq Ionian island of that name brings news of a serious religious riot which has Friday was obÂ¬ taken place there served by the Greek Christians as the Greek Good Friday and part of the ceremonies of the day consisted of a procession of Christians which marched through the principal streets When they noared the Ilebrew quarter the Christians practically besieged that section A cordon of soldiers had been drawn around the He brow quarter and upon the refusal of the Christians to retire in peace the soldiers fired on them killing and wounding several people The Christians the dispatch adds are now pillaging the houses of the Hebrews at Zante and threaten to burn the Jewish ouarter A Blng alar Acoldent John Manier has been employed by the Gilbert car works Troy N Y for many years Among the machinery used 4re several machines on which a number of knives make 700 revolutions per minute Thursday one of these knives broke off and flew with awful velocity through the air striking Mr Manier in the left pth of over six inches compl fixing the heart Mr Manier died in less than two minutes 1 All kinds of PIPE BATH TIBS WATER CLOSETS and all kinds ot CHANDELIERS ordered direct tor cost FREEMAN more than half a century t Dont before the public lather used lo havo his boots and because he eould pet them to fit his feet and the jir Now Freeman continues pocketbock and his ideas of value line of to make boots and shoes He lit CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AMD SHOES all sizes in all Freen 10 a fine liac Van Iloutons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where it No first Street i will charge a reasonably low price to hang them thereby saving parties desiring Gas Fixtures half the cost I I WILL WARRANT ALL IIY DRANTS AND HOSE TO GIVE SATISFACTION Doing the work m self and not being - any expense I ill guarantee my bill to be reasonably low JOHN SI RIFFE gfCill REMOVAL I have moved tnv Blacksmith Shop to mv new building on Third street and have associated with me Mr A I Smith and in connection with my Blacksmithing Li ejdf 1 HERE ARE MANY will do all kinds of aJtaJaJaJsyxTafJaL Carriage Repairing Fainting Trim- Â¬ USES FOR ming See promptly Nothing but the best stock and to order Let all used and satisfied m guaranteed trial of our to Third JDCremctnber I bet Irvine and North Si S L MIDRIFF 11 PV At --y it woistt Vt Man rw SjraSaWug in ini -EjutiLT arakinxr hbvX A WMfc All I r ll B Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED RATES 49-4-b- Well Lioini and Ventilated BT SCBg I li 2 and 250 per Day N3IW OJ limned to a Crigf Chicago Mny 2 While Charles Kade was japanning some machine fixtures yesterday afternoon a can of crude mineral oil exploded the contents cov Â¬ ering Km re assistance could be rendered w as burned to a crisp After sleeping almost steadily for one hundred hours Frank Gray a milkman at Samptown N J awoke When told of tho length of time he had been unconscious he was incredulous Big Prlcjs for Pictures The Bolckow art coUection was sold at auction London and realized the Sign Meissoniers sum of 9e46V00 Painter was sold for 883860 Nearly All Italians Of the 2105 immigrants A Milkmans Long Nap JAY-EYE-S- EE Ma J I Cask Hickory Grove Farm home Racine Wis says After trying of every known remedy 1 removed a large Bunch from a 3 year old Ally of two years standing or with three applications w j I To clean tombstones To polish knives To clean ht gaaatsa a sssaa tala t4MC To renew oil cloth To scrub floors To whiten marble AP0LI0- To renovate paint To wash out sinks To rsuuoie rust of To brighten aetata To scour bath tabl To sowar attics s eras EVERYBODY USES IT BegMen t claw parts Saasass a cawala I aMases noeMaU Oarc s CSrHaeisawaTtarfaaa nsstaisimlniaavanai One s stasa ta rlaihi ataa gnsiiari a liassss mIisii aawaa aasatees Antra to ansa Mr paiaoss annwwrtliansa as tanr n wtaasaa n i r ss airtl Sana tstr kateas EVERY ONE FINDS A NEW USE QUSNNS OINTMENT st preparation I have ever used or heard iiearuiy recommend 11 to au no Wt few aaadreae oracA Irattasoauqi per bottle Ask your druggist for It Ifh Price S150 does not keep It end as 35c stamps ar sliver or trial box Y CO Whitehall W B EDDY 11L 1 New York Saturday lM landed at were Ital- - aBafHeSawteitiaiiiiiHai Bnumiusx TriOROUCH IMTRVCTIM lOfM sEEMtM MHT HA10 TTPEWRITHt ETC AT THE HUNT A STRAHO ETC TEUBtJAPNV MUIESS COUf sfJRwB THRU AND JEFFERSON STREtTR UttHVIUt XT CATA4JM uaAmM utum6fn KatWUMaw NftB4JM THE CLIMAX FRENCH TllTOX Editor E INI SDAY UV The Climax Printing WmG imm Ch a Cc S Pom uLt it LACS k i fiso 6 1891 IlKIlt- - Welnesd y May DIITf oogh of action aider Too after false hmuImt utmost ha i j i ow n i y tliat MiVLMhiN HH NTS lb II lor Public irer aiusiikOion riving to icw we Mutual ALLIAM1 CAMPAIGN Alli- - tli the w In Il t but others are untried and considered of uncertain lenetit It is slready appar- Â¬ The legislation of the last twenty ent that the new Constitution will meet five years has terded to make the rich with tKisition and it may lie richer and the ioor poorer The Repub rejected by the people when voted upon Mt Strrliiuj Gaxette lican iwirty which le for this in August condition of thing haa earnestly deaied The vacillating course ofr the body iid has juiraled it cl aa the iarty of the people the jKxir mans friend which seems not to have known its it The recent McKicJey bill threw tub mind two lavs in succession to the whale by owering the tariff on trust of the people and its long stay at sugar which was already low enough Frankfort at so heavy a cost to the State has destroyed public confidence in its iiiplained at the pi sugar lately hut when it comes to the work and unless there is an almost complete change of opinion the new tin cup out of arhich the poor la t ution will he defeated by a large Irink his sweetened collee they are i careful to make him ay twice as much niajori JirW is rich neighbor for his The relations between the press and truenta in tin The Hon David A the Constitutional Convention appear to s an authority on the subject that uinler the McKinley law the Is- as they say across tbe water some Â¬ what strained And the same is true Stan one of t of the relations between the Convention is a U ne t lie country and the great mass of the people There the extei in drawbacks on the tin used in its ex will be a collision a little later on in Mr Wells adds that which somebody or something is likely port red by the trust on Mr McKinley and bit asaociatea that unleas The late Con Con evidently had it- - interest ocvuil wi exemption from taxation granted the little faith in the people They have code of laws that will if adopt- Â¬ red to McKinley hill wmld not ed bind the people hand and foot and left practically no mean ted in tile act alio ii the after once submit li- - ted to Its alleged open clause ys Ml Well- - while snare and a delusion and the people derthispr inner may not find it out lllllfl il IS I linlaat the hard working mechanic must pay ingly too late about tor his tin plate an over- The New Era proposes to give it the rtnuufily wealthy corporation It study and consideration which its grave will lie able to get If we are con is th plundering the importance demands Hr man in order to protect the al- - vinced that it is an improvement overtbe union we will lend our support and endorsement if we think that its operation would not work to tbe FAKM MKUTGHiK IMKITKIV of the whole After a careful examination of all ob Kentucky we shall certainly oppose the - ics bearing anon farm adoptiontain the tables of the Michigan Bu- far as the Inquirer can judge by Â¬ ion This choice is made the hasty perusal given it the new instrument contains much to commend it to the people It should be read carefair and intelligei t second th an made from actual figures third fully by every citizen and if there are any objections to it or to any part of it Michigan farmers are in should be made known specifically n as possible so that the ieople indere con i both sides thoughtful and lu o lu- leration If after a inir Uivesti- K CUI TIN is to a day fixed that is September 2d Â¬ Should the instruments now before the people be rejected we presume they would begin their labors anew and see if their second effort was more acceptable than the first and so on ad infinitum This is entirely suppositional but it is enough to make one shudder and grow Glasgow Herald 6ick at heart Â¬ HORSE NOTES STALLIONS - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j- - Â¬ Â¬ i t of the farms t iventiou opened up the ikii to make it possible to niain wlit h an the proposed new Constitution if illturil Mates are in the same i the That action on the part of the condition- - It is lesired to present the abopted ndition in thif ir as Convention will make many votes for its 2 made After lull consideration the fol- work which otherwise would have been gainst it When the document is lowing of the a whole it may not lie so 11 North and Xortwestern objectionable as to prevent it from ing through at last mnty 4KtiOO000 then Bta es Â¬ of Michigan are must surely follow under mort- that an equal-- Till SOlIlll IRISH CnMirvS AT UMJ 11 Pi Terri- Â¬ r Tkian by Endor by King Denmark by Joness Denmark the 4 mile race horse by imported Hedgeford is making the season at S H Stones stable near Rich- Â¬ mond Dam by Choraster by Contract Second dam by John Brown by Jiles Scroggins by Sir Archie Mrd dam by Duke of Bedford by iuijorted Duke of It is not a perfect document No hu- Â¬ Bedford Dam by Enfield by Kvsdyks 12 to insure man production can be but it is a big Hambletonian Stone A improvement on what we have hail and Arbuckle some of the changes will add materially to the betterment of the State If we reÂ¬ REPIBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION ject this what hojie have we that a fu- Â¬ The Republican Precinct Committees ture Convention will lie composed of Were not our best men of Madison county will hold Convenabler men The fact of the long discussion tions in their respective Precincts on there of the question at issue is proof that men Saturday May 2nd and select delegah s and not apes were in the body There to the County Convention which will were no leaders all were men of their be hehl in Richmond on Saturday May own opinions and had the right to ex 8th at 2 oclock p- m for the puriosc Contbose opinions and to insist ujsm of selecting delegates to the State vention which will be held in Lexing them Shelby Sentinel Representa ton Ky May 20th 18111 If the jieople could have the privilege tion in County Convention will lie on which they ought to have of electing the basis of one vote to every one hun another set of Constitutional delegates in dred votes or fraction thereof cast in each precinct for Harrison and Morton f rejection of the botch just com pleted they ought to try to elect a great- The Republicans of the County are er number of qualified men The late requested to attend the County Conveneffort at a Constitution is miserably tion and participate in our deliberations ier of the County Committee worded and is a disgrace to any si t of J BratO Smith Chairman men claiming common intelligence It 17 L V DODGE Secretary would be a disgrace to the state and it to adopt such a document Harrodsburg has struck a rich streak is to be hoped tha the people will reÂ¬ of legacies List month Patrick Trai ject it by an overwhelming majority nor a hard working daily laborer reReporter ceived 35000 in cash by the death of a la t week things that will cause sister in Philadelphia There are many James W Patterson received word that the voters to reject it One of the mo6t H Patter on he is enimportant reasons is that it is a botched as heir of John titled to S7000 under a French spoliaup concern and will require too much tion claim explanation for the people to understand It is too lengthy and too many A man who has practiced medicine for changes have heeu made The senti40 years ocght to know Fait from sugar ment oppoaed to this is very strong ami read what he say nine tenths of the people believe that as Tolfdo O Jan lo 1SS7 few changes as possible should have Mc rs GentleJ Chen v ft Co been made The new instrument is I have been in the general practice men not considered an improvement OH the of medxine most 40 cars and would say old Constitution notwithstanding a few - that in all my practice and cxericnce important changes have been made have never seen a preparation that I could preserihe with a much confidence of suc cess as I can 11 rrh Cure inanu We are now a free prosperous people lactmrvd by 011 Have prescribed it a crest and owe our existence to organized gov many times and its effect is wonderful and ernment under a Constitution liberal in would say in conclusion that I have yet to its provisions and which reserves to the find a case of Catarrh that it could not people or their representatives certain cure if they would take it according to powers which to surrender we regard directions dangerous innovation uimn their Yours Truly rights Now is the time to apply the L L GORSUCH M I caution in laying aside the old tried inOffice 21 Summit St strument and taking up the new one We will give 100 for any of CaWe must pass npon it reject it or adopt tarrh that can not be cured with Halls it at the August election MM We Catarrh Cure Taken internal v must take all of it or none of it If our K I CHENEY ft CO Props ToledoO counsel is heeded the people will vote it Sold by Druggists - re 47 so down bv an astonishing majority rime riUe Mountain Ihuucrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Article- s- o- f- Incorporation Pennsylvania OF THE- - 1433 RICHMOND PLUMBING GO j SOUTHERN LUMBER CO that we Farrin of Wvoming Hamilton county Ohio Walter Quick of Cov- tail and weighs 1250 pounds Will make the season of 1891 ington Ky and G A Roy of Ford Ky have become incorporated fo- - the transac 40 TO INSURE A COLT tion of business hereinafter set out under AT the name of at my stable at the Fair Gronds Rich- H C TRAYNOR THE SOUTHERN LCMBFR COMPANV rrond Ky Agent 4J- With all the powers which mav or can be granted under Chapter 56 of the General Statutes of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Among the powers conferred on said corporation claimed by it is the powto sue er to have perpetual succession to and be sued by the corporate name have a common seal and alter same at to render the shares or interests pleasure of stockholders transferable and to prescribe the mode of making such transfers to exempt the private property of mem bers from liability for corporate debts to make contracts acquire and transfer propM B Â¬ I Know all men by these presents RECORD 247 Washington ire of Poem 2ioU Presto 221 at a vvear od Lu by Dam Malelene 22 zerne 227 Hambletonian 10 2nd dam Nancy Whitman dam of Robert McGregor 217 Seeleys American Star 3rd dam Nance dam of Lady Whitman 230 by Otrtands Pennsylvania Messenger Duroc dark bay 16 hands high black mane and By Gen Second Street next to Garnett Eonse Richmond Ky Sanitary Plumbers Steam -- d h Fit LINK Of - WE CARRY A FLIT Gas Fixtures of Every Description INCLCD Confederate Chief Chandeliers Brackets Stanards Globes Rnbber Tubing c BATH TLBS AND CLOSETS JENKINS GLOBE YAL SYPIll UO Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ca--- Â¬ ISVILiK N tories w I18J3I ANNOUNCEMENTS April ly ib and city on the and Atlantic - mi U In huiita of mortgi1 oil the fn Ip- - of the Con- Â¬ The rule of action should be Does stitutional Convention are not able to the good outweigh the bad and Are If they can read it is quite clear errors so grave as to render it fatalthat they have sot profited by the dia-- ly defective We are rather inclined ins of their work which app to believe that the people as they Study in the newspapers of the State Nearly the document more will like it better r in Kentucky voicing and in the end adopt it In most timeut of its locality has it very likely represents the sen- Â¬ the methods manner timent of a majority In this jiortion and results of tbe Conventions work of the State th disappointment is over the article referring to the Judiciri4 Â¬ Â¬ It looks as if the members rull CIKCCIT Col UT CLKKK To tlie people of Mailis11 County I herehy announce myself a candidate for the oftle of Clerk of tbe MaUlaun Circuit Court abject la tbe action of the Democrat- Â¬ ic tiac it will the I due of the entire wheat crop for the Top of I8S innal expenditures of t Tuuient to more than all the nnual litaii and the German Empire KT1 UEMtHKATIC iSMNTlilN To tw il oil plb- - cotton manufactures jHlli- - in the more than all Steel and iron il I the r the purjj on ich annual ta nan woman and child in the i rs I to The people thought there should sne radical changes but the Con The new Constitution proposed in Kentucky is little more than a bundle vention thought otherwise and has of prejudice to be solemnised and enact given us with but few emendations the old system defecta and alL GfoajDW ed into a fundamental law It do raid credible that a civilised State will upon itself a Constitution that We notice a great many things in it to nly prevent the material de-i its r but will al- - commend and our attention has been attracted to not a few clan many enter which we do not approve We notice that have already been established that the judiciary system which the Co fleet Convention promised to materially imThe Convention adjourned hut not prove has been left in about the same Another n in state -- certainly not Unproved i to feature we notice which we regard as an other for what purpose does appear We have heard but one man impediment to development particular- Â¬ at he intended to vote lor its ailop- - ly in this section of the State and that they is the article which is intended t It has some good vent railroad corporations from being nist it ut its interested in any mines from which the ambiguities and the impossibility of roada may run or prohibiting mine op erators from being interested in railroads proiipt amendment are insupcrabh connected with the mines Ji jei ti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ ary party While It i true I have served In that office as ciei k and dcpaly for tbe peat sev eral years tills Mum tint he tx tier qualified in lo dlaebatge tbe luisrtnnt ant exacting duties Of the office As to BOW I hs tended to my Julie 1 refer to the lion p tneroberxuf the bar litigant jurors HitJ othei attendants of oar courts cite you lo pay previous niinouueeiueiit in the i iers und respectfully ask my fellowclti- sapport us she duties of my office willpreveul me from milking ic thorough a canvass us 1 desire Mont gratefully 36- V H MILLER s H THORPE JR Is candidate for Clerk of the Hadiann Circuit Court subject to the actum of the Democratic party II O POWELL of Updwell is candi date for Circuit Court Clerk of Madison county Milled to the uctluii of the Demo cratic party Â¬ Â¬ Llrfrl OIVES Both the method df ger ution b nr- - CONVENTION LCHOLS ill be a winner il is silted the iy fea- - is a lively interest being taken in the proposed new Constitution by the there ui c i il istitution w The in ire ii l by a hiit are ol eliminated by virtue an be of the open clause demands serious that 1 it ai tbe everj aii I luiity Maili ovefltion n n ilin Louie The Courier Journal and some other newspapers are waging a bitter warfare he li upon the work of the Constitutional Convention and are urging the people in the not to ratify the Conventions There are about work new Constitution framed bv the FrankWhile we are bound to admit that the fort Convention DStitntion is not a perfect eetlc the rise dHiimeut yet we insist that it is and tliey ar not gramatieally strung improvement over the one we are now er eit icr living under and we believe a majority fill CTiafem of the people will vote for it Â¬ 1 it Ition at the ha ten wh aid withes to promote the i rity of the State in which Notwithstanding the press of work that ie just now on them they are devoting a very cousider amount of time to the discussion of veral provisions of the instrument This can only lead to good An intel- Â¬ ligent understanding of the provisions of titutioo we verily believe will make many friends for it Aft St die county Have the delegates chosen to represent the people of the Common wealth framed I Constitution their constituents can conscientiously indorse Their work as embodied in the new Constitution speaks for and i learly illustrates itself For the satisfaction of jiersonal ambition a great deal was thrust into that docu ment which might have and should have been rejected Much of it is misleading both in character and purpose and far fioin what the masses at first supposed would lie given them Never before has just such another been framed There is in it of course the good the bad and the indifferent but in such a shapeless is this conglomeration that the good Ls unrecognizable faifiwjan Tliat nien ISuUi Uv BBatta- J A - It took the one hundred d W J ry J D Harris acr w i Kmliry rd i w w AT Btooka K B Sollina 1 ou more than seven months the Con their werk completed ready to submit to the people Can the thous ands of vote get ready to vote on it by the first Monday in A J F J Hdham - J JJin Million T M Epfa M P lault kL Tin- - Hill T J Curtis OaMiy Hudl y HC ii John C all other tiuty who may The Constitutional Convention was in session 14 days The instrument they framed for the people has cost the round the jteople vill not likely accept when they are caled to vote on it Bi Th all told um for a Constitution that The Constitution to be submitted to the people is not an organic law but a Code of laws after the manner of the Civil Code The experiment might le worth trying in a country w here all the law making iower is rested in the com- Â¬ pilers hacked by a standing army strong enough to execute the Code The Code Napoleon was a good thing for France but it would not suit the people of Kentucky who have been educated under the Kentucky resolutions of 1798 Lex- Â¬ Gazette tem effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs La the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its 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 in 60c and SI bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will proThere is much of good and some hi d cure it promptly for any one who in the new creation and it will require wishes to try it Do not accept any considerable woik to secure its adoption substitute judged by the advene comments of the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO State press with a very few exceptions SAM FRANCISCO CAL prevailing sentiment is that the The LOUISVIUB Kf MEW YORK HT Convention exceeded the work that it was called for It was believed that its work would be more of ievision than I creation but the truth is too many of the delegates went to Frankfort with 5 hobbies and scaemes to say naught of 3 those members who looked to the Con- Â¬ vention as a boost to further otiice 3 o holding honors There were some of GO c EC Kentuckys ablest and best men chosen 55 as delegates and there were others who x 2- 3D to say the least should have never been thought of foi such work VyiUhiana Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts fently yet promptly on the Kidneys and Bowels cleanses the sys- ENJOYS aud results when Â¬ gap erty possessing the same powers in such us as individuals now eajoy to es tahlish by laws and make all rules or reg- standard and No 123 ulation- deemed expedient for the manageiv ment of its all ntre oi tt imam irinur 2104 2 Sleepy Chief 221 ConfedThe principal place of transacting Sae Own brother to ret erate Maid business shall be at Valley View in Mad lord Chief tecord 222 at yyemr ountv Ky but branch offices may be established elsewhere in such places as old V F s on C N F E I K R AT E C the Company may desire The nature of the business proposed ited with a record of J yi since he 3 taken to Canada but he M to be transacted is the purchase and transportation of timber and lotrs sawing to have been able to trot in 220 He has lumber and otherwise manufacturing the had lew opportunities in the stud and of buy ing the colts above mentioned are all out of same into articles of commerce cold hooded maand selling all real and personal property Mr to He is a brown Stallion propagate speed the erecting and operating ol mills booms 16 hands high tramways roada and switches to do each sire of the great and nine and every other act necessary to such a Chief sire of Croxie 219 better than 230 also dams of Phallas business Wilson 2i64 and Majolica 2t The capital stock of said company 213 t ten more better than 230 1st dam Virshall be Twcnt five Thousand 25000 Bil Dollars to be divided into Two hundred ginia dam of Woodford Chicl 2 22 and filty 250 shares of One Hundred lv Touns thoroughbred fan each All stock shall be 100 a Mare in Foal paid tor in lull and shall not be issued un25 to til so paid for The Hoard of Directors Will make season at mv Stal le in may on three fourths vote increase the HENRY S DUNCAN capital stock to any amount not exceeding mond One Hundred Thousand Dol 100000 lais s This Company shall commence on the 15th dav ot March 1891 or thereafter as it may lie organized for the purposeandshil continue for twentvfive j Sired by Bud CrooWe 21 4 and he by bj an affirmative rote of the owners ol the great George Wilkes who dial lliree tourths of the capita stock the world to dav and without a ri The affairs of the Company shall be be the fountain head of the greatest conducted by a Board of three Directors famiU of trotters that ever lived who shall be elected by the stockholders Pilot Wilkes din lieile Walkii The Directors alter the first year sired by Dick lurpin bv Clark C 7 shall he chosen on the first Saturday in by Mambrino Chief Clark Chic March of each year and continue in office the dams of Phallas Wilson lv George until their successors are elected and enter Wilkes nd Majolica 21 3 upon the discharge of their duties but the a trio of brood mares thai may constitute the been equalled bv anv other stallion incorporators herein Board ol Directors until the first election Dick Turpins darn was sired h DoniS Any yacancies in the Board shall be phan bv Daw Crocket and out ot Elfilled by the Board from the stocWh tldera len by Pacing Pilot the sire of Pilot Jr any Directors so cho ei shall continue who sired the dams of Nutwood Maud and in odice until the next election S and Jay Eve See Belle Walkers darn 9 Said Board may make and adopt all ired by Captain Walker the sire of and regulations for the Company the dams of Harry Wiik and may provide for regular and special Cloud 217 Garfield 221 Me meitings of the Hoard and of stockholders Crooke the sire of Pilot Wilkes wi to A majority of the Board shall con of Lizzie Brinker and she the dam of stitute a quorum Lucy Fleming 221k Bud Crooke J it The officers of the Company shall Adjutant 227 Odd Fellow 231 and the consist ol a President Secretary Treasurer Karr fiiy 24 at 2 ears old So we Manager all of whom shall he elected have condensed in Pilot Wilkes the blood i bv the Drecors from their lio trd any of the best performers that ever the three last named positions may and I will guarantee him to si be h ld by one and the same person In much speed lor his opportunities as an the event that no election is held then colt of Ins age in Kentuckv those in office shall continue to hold until P lot Wi make the season of re duly elected n the Richmond and 1691 at mi 12 The Company shall at no time creLexington Turnpike about 9 miles from ate any indebtedness in excess af 15000 Richmond at 13 The private property of all stock holders of the Company shall be exempt S15 To a Living Colt from all corporate debts Money due when colt is foaled or mare 14 If at any time it be deemed neces sary to increase the capital stock or parted with change or alter these Articles of IncorporCLIFTON BCRGIN 445 ation or to dissoiyesaid Company writ ten notice must be sent to the stockholders 50 das preyious to taking action thereon Such notice may be waived in writing by the stockholders RED 15 A nv change or alteration fn these Articles may be made upon a vote of the Dark brown Stallion 16 hands high foalowners of three fourths of the stock of the ed May j iircd by W T Company Withers Lexington Ky 16 In all elections bv the stockholders every owner of the stock of the Company Toy shall be entitled to one vote for each share ot the stock owned by him y Muinbrlno Chief 11 tarn Voting must be in person or by 2 rtnm 17 Kaele All proxies must be printed or S lam KkIijjle written and signed by the person voting 4 itaiu Mary II we ly Main by Koliin lir y If any election does not take place at the Mam by Imp Medley time appointed bv thet tides it shall 7 linn by Imp lames take place as soon as practicable therafter All ot hold their pesitions until HORSE is without vice an a their successors are elected and have en tered upon the of their dutes THIS can r Has never been train Â¬ iS This Con pa iy is incorporated a merry clip show yet the pr Chapter 6 of the Gener Midway trial 225 and Aladdin his full al Statutes 01 Kentucky and the amend brothers le shows the heavy trai nieits thereto and claims all the rights tail of Mambrino and is an ideal povsers and exemptions and privileges winner Short fine back fiine corded legs therein fet forth and further lo do such and perfect disposition acts as are incident to bodies corporate Almint 55 the sire of Brownniont is by and necessary for the proper transaction Alexanders Abdallah and he by Rjsdiks of its husim Hambletonian 10 IN WITNESS wherof tha said incor by Miimbrlno Chief dam M poratoa 2 dam Farrin Walter Quick and Iiy Pilot Jr A Roy have hereto set their seals and He is the sire of thirty seven in the 250 hands this 5th day of March 189c IKt including Westmont 2134 Puritan 216 Fanny Witherspoon 2i6m Piedmont M B FARRIN au Aldine and Earlv Rose 21714 and ijrind sire of Belle Hamlin 220 He is the sire of 31 marcs that 212 ai WALTER QIJICK have produced 36 performers including Winslow Wilkes Alabast years old 21 J 15 Rickardsoa 217 -G A ROY al Catcher 2iSl4 Silas Skinner 21 Treasurer 220 and thirty others He ens that have sired lt7 performers In all there are 31S 230 performers de STATE OF OHIO ss from Almont Hamilton- County BROWN MONTS 1st dam is by Mam Be it remembered that on this 6th dav the of March 1891 belore me personally ap brino Chief family head of the greatest in the world We peared M 15 Farrin and Walter Quick brood mare and acknowledged the signing m sealing thus fnd in the veins of Brownmon of the furcgoin Articles of Incorporation blood of Hambletonian Mambrino to be their voluntary act and deed for the and Pilot Jr backed up by a strong infusion ol thoroughbred purposes therein mentioned BKOWNMONThas been in Georgia Witness my hand and Notarial seal this since he was three years old and has had 6th day of March 189 no track work and no chance in the stud EDWARDS RITCHIE Votary Public In Kentucky he should make a great stock Bettered SmaU 224 ij la Hyrants and Hose for Yard and Street prink You nee full si 1 1 i RICHMOXD PLUMB1MJ 33-- 10 v HERE WE ARE AG Vi 1 Insure bus-ine-- PILOT WILKES JaaaliaaBBB3BBLaBasBa fjp yaa9ar JHK JnAW I YlH V I A V - - VV aW - - I will receive the First oi Hay two t all L siOi CELEBRATED PEERING BINDERS a 6 3 PRICESOJJ HARVESTING MACHINES AND LOWER THIS SEASON THAN If you need s Machine flus 3 tiV DEERINO iinl then yon ha chai Head a p m irtrrs G inr Ii po on I DR G W EVANS WEVi G W Evans RICHMOND Buy sell ami exuh Real Estate ami genera List your property at once tor Februai afisra aaaaaBBaiiiiiiBaaBjatsaBVBacVBBnaiaBaBMaBaaajaB Insure m mm ahbrs in mm KV Paris Ice Brownmont 1905 Sired Almsat 33 Muoiutirisg and Osld Ekag i i COLD STORAGE CQfN 1 PRINCIPAL OriJICB PARIS KY RICHMOND KY BRANCH OFFICE DEPOT J S 2iti BLOUNTS GROCERY J 2Ij2 KING RIGHARDIWBEAT anflFLOOB This great priced i at the stab pike one mile fi 20 to Insure Mont bred to another colt is foaled Peavine a Living C B I KING RICHARD his dam Pharo Phaeton jnd dam bj BROWNMONT will make the present THE STATE OK OHIO lgs season at my stables 2l mile- - from Paint Co jnty of Hamilton Lick and 2 miles from Silver Creek at I John B Peaslce Clerk of the Court ol 20 to Insure a Mare in foal Common Pleas a court of record within and for the County and State aforesaid do berebi certify that it appears of record CaNot responsible for accidents in this office that Edward Ritchie whose 41 2 J P EMBRY name is subscribed to the annexed instru hore by Woodford for King Richard is a model perfect disposition He is a Ik Potts nt 16 hands hih Or PURITAN a great deal of tin imparts He out classes any horse we have seen as a uniform sire of hijh priced A- - an inhorses out of ordinary mares dividual he has few equals as a sire He POTTS has made a record that surpasses anv of his class STONE X ARBUCKLE 44 Daersons Gold Dust DCERSON Time motion of Mr iurnamt to aniouil the le following uly aecorj iliivali novel itaa arc instru which vote ae a unit up in all I vention To S posed nts were pro bat W T Tevis moved tbe pre- - Sullivan and tbe bj Jl as aaaaadi same was cart n to aijourn was met ns aul i Ijoura- ue majority War- - f r Attorney in the r an to others the entire wecond inotrui aud -- huts should have second j Put the wert ot Alliance who did not think there should be a second instrtctkm tjyii Comments on the Constitution are made now mostly in the dark We hope The careful reader of the new Consti however that the section in tlie Bfll of tution will lind little in it to object to Rights transferred by the Committee on Even that little is rendered almost harm- Arrangement to the general provisions less by the liberal open clause that will division which is intended to prevent enable the eople in good lime to cor- the emplovmeut of Pinkertons forces in State is not so framed as to prohibit rect any lit Je inequalities that may be the United States from moving its armed Em found in the instrument - into or across the State without tlitimalit first getting permission from the legisrial ining lature ition aseaaa ground that iie new Constitution will be A half There will le no question we think pie far in sn could have framed an ac- - that the Convention baa d important particulars that it em titutioo in less than a cepta rganic month and saved the people an enor- - braced matures in the Trib- - law which should have been left to leg islative control but it is equally certain that many of the changes proposed are and worthy of all commendation commendable leal It are objectionable The It will furthermore be conceded upon but i investigation that the desirable features m upon revision would have been more acceptable had it allowed an of the instrument are much greater in proposed by the first number and imjiortanee than tl amendmeit to which reasonable objection an h General Aaounhl after the ad fy the ed- m in on mistakes of the Convention at an early Many persons in the transports of joy when it was announced that the Consti Very many changes have been made tutional Convention had adjourned took in the fundamental law of the State it for granted that it was sine die but Some of course are recognized as wise such is not tbe case Tbe adjournment Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i o a c- - The Committee appointed by the late Constitutional Convention to issue an address to the people have made the best showing xwsible for themselves but their addresses should have been free from all the appearances of unfairness or misstatements In comparing the length of time it was in session with that of the last Legislature it give6 the number of days it was in session as lit legislative days while it states that the last Legislature was in session 14 days This is a small thing to quibble over but its eniallness reflects ujion the committee firs It subtracts the number of Sundays from the time the Con rention was in session hut counts the Sundays in the time the Legislature was in session Is this what should be ex pected from a committee of Constitu- Â¬ tion makers and advocates Carlisle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 4 a a m r a a 25 I z m 3 a a H O a c s rncnt was at the time of taking such r roof or acknowledgment a Notary Public in and for said Couny duly commissioned and qualified and duly authorized to administer oaths to take acknowledgments SWISS COTTAGK 5 rooms lot 0x120 of deeds etc to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new And further that I am well acquainted QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE s rooms with tbe handwriting of said Edwards Ktchie and verily believe that the signa- lot 32x150 to to foot alley Hallie Irvine TiicOfilv Coal Yard in Town ture to the said certificate or proof ot ac- Â¬ and Orange Streets TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new knowledgment is genuine elegant In Testimony Whfrof I have here 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue lots all well finished Only a square from the Court House unto set my hand and affixed the Seal ol Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS You dont have to send away out to the said Court at Cincinnati this 6th day ot a whole on depot March A D iSqi 40x150 feet seperate or as Â¬ FOR SALE CT WELLS NOTICE TO CREDITGBS 3 D PARRIS1I St CO All rish Bros tr saber of Madison Circuit Commissioner 44 47 l ta JOHN 15 5 o on By W H PEASLEE Clerk Sargen Deputy Fifth Street STATE OF KENTUCKY ft a So I L W Hill Clerk of the County Court for said county do certify that the foregoing Instrument of writing was on the loth day of March 1891 produced to me in my office and acknowledged and de by G A Roy to be his act and County of Madison j ss on Walnut Street Powells addition 50x160 fet each Hay For prices on any of the above MRS E W WIGGINS inquire of 4- THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS Coal Delivered to uy Part cl Town - W ANTED 100000 POUNDS OF WOOL We are in the market again this season for Wool and will pay tbe highest market price Cash for wool delivered at Kirks ville or any Railroad Station Would be pleased to have the refusal of your wool and have i ou come and see us before selling as we are confident we can make it to your interest Correspondence solicited Respectfully BRO J B WALKER Kirksville Ky 44 47 Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lump Coal LppBcantsforWata Notice to the pipes are biiuui ui y uu 111 - J Quickest Delivery in City LOWEST PRICES o - C3 SO G o 3 W s o a a 6--- a f s 0 L a o as id Vr deed and tbe same was filed certified as a hivc for record whereupon the same and the foregoing is with this certificate duly recorded in my office Witness my hand this 1st day ol April 181i 44 17 without anv ditch the tap to be rr be imaosesl for M ry Bold D C Terhuxe of Harrodsbarg Saturday nineteen fancy fifteen hand yearling mare raalai for 2000 to Bethel Howard of Tennessee and bought twen- ty eiKlit choice ones out of thirty eight of J B Vandivera at 05 each and nineteen of A B Kirby at 67 each He shipped tbe sixty five mules to Tennessee Mon- Â¬ day Danville Advocate at 0 By L W HILL Clerk 29- - Next to id Presbyterian Church RICHMOND 4 W n C Chas Tudor D C a -- a c i READ 00 THIS Â¬ Â¬ Hotice to Debtors It being necess i BIBLESF0LEVERYB00Y i 2 E S i o We have closed out our stock of Dry c to quit the business All parties indebted to us are respectfully requested to come forward and settle immediate- Â¬ ly Our affairs must be wound up a 5 cu Respectfully CROOKE BENNETT LRMSTON WisiiarewnlofstUrisiwh lVvayUTaJwnUlaofaraiah msaaanvaarfaiaiujBwa jtttlHia rod raa ram taalaMMM No aon for qaicfcv mroaiil JHboe taailT Iaira4 I daswr iMiif worker tram aaxb laawian ad - 1 Uit mm kwra slrMkaV UMirtat and provM with a pUynMait a 9mm imr tmei Ui st i 1EM2 Si t M w 3800 mtt rfcMt iimit iiif l who iiduaariooaly uvatvn them as well as a been placed in the hands livan who a I hor and receipt thein offense as my long com ders it impossible for me r P 11 are W L CRCTCHEK 43- - tention April 7th WILI 1891 s Han THE CLIMAX Ve4aes4yv - - - ICty e 1181 ik nnett -- very ill with fever len plants for sale by L Schlcgel al Monday was a better court day than April court Far Beat brought them to the highest point and M WHEAT New House of five rooms Gas latest sale rendered by the Court in the above styled a tbe colors of the 29th were the first to I style on Fifth Street T Mom has 50 tons of baled bay acreage compared with last year The At Mullins milldam on Wednesday Lookout Mountain as he has not seen it March Term undersigned reach the extreme point and on the high- Â¬ Special Commissioner will on Mrs Kate G Wkgins Prof J 8 Reppert caught what is pro- Â¬ since the war has not been determined but will be giv45 48 est point accessible to man enpenl v en June 1st The stand was remarkably Capt Wilson Commanded Company rusne hVn weighing isles and whooping cough in the nounced to lie a real Salmon If you want to buy a Sulky Surrey On page 41 Hncnauui hi w May good and all wheat fields present a better aliout eight pounds This is no fish story C of the 8th Kentucky Volunteers un- Â¬ Buggy or Carriage call on Djnelsonfor f town he continues Fr my regiment I for and more uniform appearance than The presence of the salmon so far from der Col Sid Barnes It was the colors between the hours of 2 and 4 oclock P he has the latest best and cheapest 5- claim the honor of the advance and ex- a Climax of May Isth years past The seeding was finished in salt water may be accounted for by the company of the regiment and the patreme right of the movement the plantDonei son has a quantity ot new Sul- the h reasonably good time The winter has fact that alvout ten years ago the Govern- triotic ladies of Estill county presentee ing of the first Hag on the point of the kies Surries and buggies of the newest describ- been favorable to its growth and no hin ment placed a large quantity of young the company with a handsome flag made W M P ouslv ill at his mountain at the highest point ao and most popular pattern and at very derances have occurred to delay its fish of this aperjea in the river and J S by their own hands ble rimil hVu VuLi nn reasonaile figm j growth and up to this time no insect On the 24th of November MBS the may have la en one of It is clear to us that the report of Col building a reside nee lTI situatej in jountv K he pests are complained of except ilia few famois battle above the clouds was Little s Barber Shop Renmed Richards of the 29th is evasive and K waters of the East Fork localities in Western Kentucky where fought No engagement of the war George r Little has removed his bar- and bounded Be Real Estate Transfer for April while he apjiears to say that his regisome complaints are made of the Hessian size considered is so noted It was an Perkii wn - nof ea-ber shop down street to the house formernintj at a the ment planted the flag on top he does not The County Clerks record of land attempt by nv It is very stalky green ami vigor the creek corr Genera Hooker who had really say so VT ly occupied by Sanders cigar store secbut twice makes the ex lot the month of April show sales acquired the appellation of ous not so tall as is usual with Fighting ception of some route then unknown to ond door from Herndon He Whitfield to the amount of f2VX Among them Joe Hooker son like the past but taking it all togethto dislodge the Confeder- us invites his old patrons and the public gen 51 K We hike it that by us be means the I9th at Kingston S Manpin to i W Harp frtyioO W L er a better prospect has never been ate forces that occupied the top of the erally to call Customers promptly Greens heirs n the 29th Pa of the White Star Brigade Crutcher U Squire Jennings S42i2 mountain The bottle mainly at the known in the State at this season of the with his line S lor txmcs I the irnett wiittdupon clean irxl But he decant say that the 8th Ky Commissioner to John C Miller J7i70 base of the F n buckev IV If IlouM manager year Average condition 110 mountain extended up the didnt know class and the best of work dore 12 to a stake another route that led to a the Meguire Ac to Nannie Kmbry j side to a point above a fog that had RYE nan have a large lot higher point Numerous detachments A company has been organized at Har stake The sales of town lots amounted to gathered and mingled ville Ky with the smoke of with The condition of rye is 105 as an averBee their ad rodsburg to take charge of which was that of the the engagement giving rise to the idea from various regiments volunteered to age the acreage as compared with last OOKKiSPONDKNCE plant the ilag on top and they reach College at that place an institution in 00 ii adde of a battle aliove the clouds ti year will be given June 1st ed different altitudes but apt Wilson which many young ladies of Total real estate sales for April 49100 y located Fiarly next morning November 2ith reached the highest and got there first received part of their education rtatea and Silver Progress of the Water Works General Walter C Whittaker called E i 3 u w are nei Major Gen Hooker Brig Gen Craft The continuous rains of tie spring and taining The main from the reservoir into upon the 8th Kentucky for volunteers to Col Barnes and aevetal other Colonels the recent open weather have all com in almost every home in The Ice Fact Ton- rrv of Fayetl town is c ipletcd The stand pipe or climb the ragged heights and plant the all agree that Capt Wilwm is tluTLiamii good and this neighborhood 1 bined to make the gi What havi nag on the highest ioint in full view of - it is dryer over tank is also ready The pump- upon whom the honor rests Col RichSpring sown pV here done tender as could be desired re and The fanners fur her omplete except a few feet of liotli armies Col Barnes made known ards is not supported by any other offiGood float and back rooms on clover has generally made a splendid If fruit is not destroyed any way there 70 foot chimney Machinery all in the wish of lien Whittaker and in- cer Where is bis Brigade Commander more will be a great abundance ot it in this stand and at this date was never ter mile ot place The reservoir has ten or twelve stantly Capt Wilson signified his readi And further Col Walker of the 111th Apply at Clim I promising Yearling clover was never neighborhood whic pecia com nis- ness to undertake the pillions task He Pa also of the White Star Brigade aaya feet of water in it made better Timothy meadows are 102 in W P Baxter painter and paper hangirt will s Mrs Harriet Wilson at Four Mile The old Jennie Harris house barn and turned to the color liearer and asked ii on page 414 At noon on the 24th condition er does the best work See him a Her r i k Red Ferry died 00 May 1st 1891 other building that stood on the grounds he would follow him to carry the Hag ot Nov the 111th Pa and the 29th Pa conn the mother of Mrs Mollie Lanter a gooii copied by the water have Ikcm The bearer hesitated glancing at the in conjunction occupied the highest is we Corn planting by reason of exc of this place locks to be ascended and at the point ing af the stuck away and the trees cut down Other af Mi abac and remained until Louisville Tobacco Market 10 ai March and the early part of April rains in id Water and Mr Albert Parke near this obstructions have baan removed and heavy ilag to be tallied Cunt Wilson relieve at about 10 p in bv fresh is about eight to ten days late but plantr 4 died at his home on Friday night May le Pipe laying is caught up the leg at the same time troopa Fiarlv on the morning of the ing is now in full blast and will lie com -- st I8B1 of consumption He le in progress and water will lie turned on handing his sword to the liearer and 25th were moved out by the left the market for plete in a few days except that which is wile and five children to mourn lii started on the dangerous mission accom 29th Pa following and posted on the nit to J 4 Jiire Win in about tin for late use There has been a Tbej intended panied by Sergeant James Wood Com West dope of the mountain We left for tl I lection ol t lab Oil lias IxhIi our great scarcity of good seed corn but the er and all will pany II Private William Witt Com Â¬ this position at noon r of the t nabtp where The annua election of officers for Mad Â¬ pany A Sergeant Harris II Burin Com high price will no doubt stimulate a citizen but his gain is far beyond Charles W Harrington late Sergeant 1 da moR ison Club took place on Saturday night pany F large acreage S rgeant Joseph Wagers Com of the loth I S Infantry now of ReadWalker vas elected President I W ill rebuild hie pany and Private Joseph Bradley OATS ing Ia Died at the home l his I rents i explains the matter by saying and intlv nar- - A R Barnaul Vice President French Company L The acreaee in oats will be very small Friday night Mav t that Col Richards of the 29th Pa simpB L Middelton iry emhr iy tire Hortoii i Tiptoi Those who have seen the compared with a lavorable season The the little ly lies mm d JS Jmmm boy of John R v A R C H Covington and C S precipice at the top of the great seed was scarce and high and could not and Katie Dunbar he It is noticeable that Col Richards the B Oarr K T Powdl D w hat a serious un mountain can realize and with be generally sown until too late to war- several children which they have buried does not claim the honor lor any partictorm- - Barnaul and June Walkei bold over one dertaking was before the half dozen ular Company or person of his regiment rant good results on account of the wet in the bun few years booi is ImiM Kentuekians not to mention their condition of the ground Consequently Ley away his little play things ii Maj Harry Before the meeting adjourned Secrelack of knowledge concerning the Con we may expect a small acri THIN COLUMN Wet with mothers pearly ti The quotations tairly tary Tipton who had opposed his own federates who the day before had held WAII ur mirket for new burlev toba For we miss our little Earnest TOHM CO re election announced to the Club that Hookers entire army at twy The dim ired be sa- Trash Dark or damaged tjbaccoJoo It strikes us that a vast change has Through all the coming weary j I can say nothing as tothis crop except to 3 the K C Depot he had been Secretary of the Club from daylight was dawning The handbill of come over fishermen during the past rv Trash f 00 and that volunteers crept cautiously upward the fact that many beds were sown late A precious one from tliein is gone granted license bv the Council two thousand years We read in the i to 5 50 ne arm otherwise so engr but I hear no complaint of seed not comA voice they loved is stilled rocks and bushes clutching at f 00 to scriptures that some fishermen said ing up There has been a large amount A place is vacant in their h that he desired to lie relieved of the each other using sticks and poles Common We have toiled all the night and taken i produce ileal His resignation was accepted office of seed sown and the weather conditions Which never can lie tilled Medium to iood Leal 1010 to 1600 as they could gather nothing ind in wed with a vote of thanks fur his years of and such other aids They dont do that way now Good to Fine Fillers have been favorable so far 1 distributed 00 to jooo At every step they expected to be greet f Mr they take something NEWS PARAGRAPHS ition to the interests of the Club from this office a large amount of seed ed with deadly missiles of some sort D Main Rtn The Thin Column has received inforW B Bright was elected Secretary from the enemv But fortune favorel and have hail no complaint of them not Harpa v Faalia Louisville who are LIVE STOCK MAEZST EEPCET M Mullins have ten tin coming up Of course the future can onto till the vacancy and the meeting ad- them and before sun up Capt Wilson mation to the effect that the Jones boys l - and BBjrjcmt 0 KM I KV - in tle ir g ly determine as to the outcome of this as noted for charting outra journed peace and harmony prevail- in front reached the summit and planted whoever they are and wherever they NTY Ltve stork Iniii live went to Winchester to buy a Blind I propose each bleeding estates whenever the well as other crops t mar K Depot cin- - ing flag on top of Lookout Mountain the Ccvlugloo u11 Union Stink ley plow The merchant told them month to givive reliable data as to crop will allow them have received a tempo A Former Kitliuiand tiirl Wins Below them lay the Inion army and m conditions together with comparative rary cheek They demand 25000 for The New York Sun says of a daughter the distance was Chattanooga while ofl Brindley was dead and would be buried V hit field M ALLACE Proprietors SHIPPING CATTLE tor J at Lexington that day from the The Joi I have their services mv acreage as the season progresses kick larin- - of a former pastor of the Christian church to the Sutheast lay the Confederate made for the train and are rappoaed to Sot Ohio M iy NNAi but on a suit to force it the chancellor about twelve hundred correspondents lo army 11 excellent rnnnii Berts ami in Richmond have gone to Lexington They have 5 cated in every Magisterial District in the cot then down to 24500 which ia per Good to Extra Mary B Dennis the Principal of the Noon other detachments came up and m May 19 HI nexcelled worK 4 naore than they really deserved Fair to Good come home State and will make every effort to make at Flushing L I heads the congratulated Capt Wilson and party It will le reniemliered that the lirni bled Common and Rough my reports reliable her and t The appended is taken from the Stan list of teachers eligible to appointment as and they were the lions of the day in to Extra Oxen i ILL WORK DONE TO ORDER the Mull estate and the Stanuifonl heirs Fair to C Henry Hall in Ksltil to inty principals of fh ford Journal 4 7S n public schools ROT the Union army to the extent of very many thousands Common and Rough j nilicr hafollowing comes from Terrill near The list was the result of a ompetitive The ieii Thomas granted a SO daya leave The prospect for fruit of all kinds w as of BUTCHER CATTLE dollars Judge llar HI AS I seen an adver- Â¬ what o Ir- - examination recently made Miss Ieu- - of absence to Capt Wilson and party Madison county Ky never more nattering atones for his extortion and rain tra in your paper concerning me tlie lirst woman who has pawned the for gallant and heroic conduct on the tisement OAKOKNS S conscience by giving liberty to relij I Bong ii have Been informed lishment seven morning of the 2Mb iray of November mdav There has leeii a treat scarcity of gars among then new have not Been married But 3 timet it the battle of Chattanooga on a i the I N I cc den seed but notwithstanding there ciuren nuiii in me mountains 1 5 In order to be fully able to appreciate vancing and planting the colors of the my first wife is Dead and the second leriiij the seems to be a great desire w itb the peodisposition to make of the n Fair t one was Dude Mathews and she is not 1 the above item a few words of explana- - 8th Kentucky Vol Infantry on the peak ple to increase their efforts in this direcbut it doesnt fool old Master by a long -- em to be i ceded It appears that of f lookout Mountain in the face of the worthy of any one to live with for a wife i we Bight tion and with a favora and I a k you very kindly to keep my the Brooklyn School Board in order to enemy ao the furlough reads 15C1 will have no cause of complaint K ollicers nuele their re name out ot your Taper as I am not heighten the standard of the public The various DC the Na 5 The land has generally broken up rather MATRIMONIAL Is refuse to accept from applicants ports to the War Department Capt Living in the county and w ill Say you latiors of Rev Ben Helm oaat n of The Presbytery decided to place the tough on account of the want of ii ADMINISTRATORS rair for principalship a mere college diploma Wilson was honorably mentioned and Said in your Paper I bad been married Mr Joel T Rnibry and Miss Fair S times though you are mistaken about call of the Paint Lick church rather during the winter and the amount of k in Richmond as evidence of their fitness to direct the the world went on with no other thought mon and Thin 00m 2 zz than that of Campbellsville in the plowing done to date is only 80 per cent Dunn were married in Lincoln county training of pupils in any of their school than that he was the sole and rightful it nt FEEDERS AM STACKERS on Wednesday April 29th hands of Mr Hedleston and he will re- of last year Yours Resp Joe C Kino and demand therefore that the applicant claimant of the honor But ot late a 4 oir 47 STOCK Marriage licenses for April our shall main with that church Bererley Fair Extra Steers iass an examination of their own rival has appeared from Pennsylvania 3 might in lu- S Johnson Nannie D Williams De The Commissioners of the RELIGIOUS ieneral Stock of all kinds are in splendid condito Extra Heifers ii The examination papers are through the columns of the National 3 50 bo c imntanded Assembly which is to meet at Birming- Â¬ tion while ordinarv food has been scarce ward Wills Lula Uuuy Joseph Smith Common and Thin Si 3 00 He claims to duigly made out by specialists in Tribune at Washington k Alabama Edward COWS AND CALVK Keller The next meeting of the Presbytery ham Ala are Rev W D Hedleston The spring grasses have come to the res- Mary Iiaugherty the various departments in some of the have been the man who carried the Ilag Milton IITvis Best tirades and Eld J S Buchanan Alternates cue and very little complaint is made of Bridget C Hockley 4 - and during the week into the summit on the morning of Nov will be held at MhhUeaboro in Septem ril Kev Henry- - Miller and Eld J M Van any disease Amanda Ann Frederick John G Trib Fair to Good ber Law Very Respectfully tervening between Christmas and New 26th Richmond Piano 19 91 ble Nannie Williams Turpin AI - tin- examinations Chas Y Wilson Commissioner The County Co operation Meeting will Meter A cop are held under Lefs see In the library of Centra clan len- John M Â¬ Zion church Friday and ndred the auspices of the superintendent of University there are the Official Rec - lie held at Ml ADVANCEMENTS OF TOWNS Tl es I ley CONCERNING FARMERS a Mike of vol- Saturday May 22d and 23d ords of the Rebellion Ten- - public instruct HI inly fire c ilmed compiled by the Government and The qualifications of the applicants are Services at the Episcopal church every West Virgin-Washington C H 0 April 23 91 Not much corn planted in Madisonand month by looking therein you will find what Wednesday night at 8 oclock instead of estimated under the following beads Editor Climax tbe ground hard and cloddy VoL 31 Friday night as heretofore i experience 2 principles tbe officers aay on the subject DIED PERSONAL PROPERTY of etlucit ion 4 methods of instruction Richmond I want to give you a tip on northern part 2nd page 162 Col Barnes T D Chenault has sold his last The Presbytery of St Louis has voted of Noah Tevis Marion Teria brother tool government advancement of towns the size of Hieh years crop of wheat Sio0 hnnhrln at scholarship An attempt was made at the req SPRING LAMBS almost unanimously in favor of the ap Â¬ co near Waco and a native of this county Extra ruond Ky For example Ill take 110 They are examined in Knglishaud Amcr Brig Gen WhitUker on the 24th to pointment of women as deaeone- 61 died recently in Missouri aged W l Taylor Washington C EL O First the town graphy general histo- reach the summit but failed ow ng K A Met i rath of lower Garrard has Bev II T Daniel has a leave of abÂ¬ is and other Nut one of ry civil government English composiabout the sie of ours in population sold his grow ing crop of wheat at 51 per superior numlier of the en An infant child of George Pierce in NEW ADVERTISEMENTS summer from his church at tion physiology and hygiene arithmetic emy and the use of handgreuades by sence foftho the tax valuation is about 50 per cent bushel end died last Saturday after forty Paris and will spend the time evangeli- greater than ours I have watched the Page 183 algebra geometry trigonometry and men- - them Early next morning fro meninOF The toliacco warehouse just established foiirdaysof intense suffering Mercury of Frida r am- will be in Rich progress of this town more perhaps than natural philosophy Capt Wilson with five others voluntter- - zing His headquarters surati gitis Remaining unclaimed in the i at Maysville seems to be asm cess 90000 portrait of Mr Silas and chemistry The examination is both ed and in a few minutes planted tbe mond I have that of any other in my travels child of J K Dunbar at Richmond Kv- lor tl The law formerly f thin The Broadway Methodist church of for lo these twenty years past for the pounils at its first sale 280 buyers and written and oral 70 icr cent under each colors of the Bth Ky on the top of Look Â¬ died near Boy leaf Hie in Madison county May jth growers were present J Emmie Page 14 -- T have the honor to Louisville did a noble thing in continu- reason I always bated to visit the place Baldwin A G required The examinations are out on Friday night May 1st 1VM of lnen- 500 a M O Cockrell is in bad luck with his Bee lert no carried on three days in succession and especially mention Capt John Wilson ing the salary of its pastor Dr Kelley in times gone by The buildings were Wm tilt- ordeal is said to vere as it here the others are named forex ra whose health has failed him for six shabby and dingy and the streets no jennets this year Wednesday one of M 1 Ir J B Bsuke died in Boyle county require- - each day incessant writing of ordinarv daring and gallantry in ascend months to the limit of bis pastorate ac better than mud lanes Public build- them lost twin colts and Friday another i V jennet lost a fine jack colt Mt on the ith lilt ageil mi years 11 ings were shanties hotels were hovels valuable Bull M I delivered by from eight to ten hours Few only are ing the summit of Lookout Mountain cording to the rules of his church the father of Dr W I Iurke who 47 M A and planting the colors of the Bth Ky The Executive Committee of the Sun- and rat harbors the populace 6leepy Sfeifiwj Aihifiitf Dayton Ohio the sueees ful candii E married Miss Baker daughter of tbe late nt Among the Jacks standing in the In 1889 of twenty one examined only thereon in advance of any other persons day School Inion of Madison county and I dare say you could have found hav in tin- Court lionHe daring the ins e COLLECTORS county and heretofore not mentioned Dr James Baker of Richmond under their hats Taint so now SALE belli a meeting in Richmond Monday and noneid- - two have passed and one only of nine 1 trust they may lie promoted urs from 6 a m to 7 p in lack Adams died at Fort Worth on page 217 Gen Hooker says Be- May 3rd and appointed the time for She has costly public buildings her 150 in the Climax is King William an exteen in tie following year Hut not a r manifested Mr er and recently aged about 0 J t 7 a m woman has ever passed the exam fore daylight parties from several regi- Â¬ holding their annual Convention Satur- 000 Court house w ith illuminated clock cellent jack by Tom Sherlock by A if the finest t smper- lb- formerly lived in Garrard county v A row hi I e m the day June 6th at Foxtown The pro- is a beauty and joy forever her beautiful Wrights Napoleon rd on the platform and is ination Miss Mary daughter of the Kev ments were dispatched to scale kir and his wife ws Miss Lizzie iMv of M J Dennis of our city is the only girl heights but to the Bth Ky must belnng gram will be published later brick pared streets and concrete sideof Bourbon A C Shropshire V Son in his Ii llyattsville who has many relatu who not only succeeded in passing but the distinction of having lieen forenio t Rev lapshj McKoe the new pastor walks with the town abundantly lighted county purchased of I M Cook of Atlentiim Sir Knizht reach the crest and at sunrise to dis of the Second Presbyterian church has with electric lights of course she has Wadiy Shelby county for S2000 the Madison heads the Iit of candid to lipht is the regular atii lhl natajf Col Joe Anderson died suddenly of gas surely this is no small honor Mis play our flag from the peak of Lookont street cars opera finely bred jack Superia Mammoth Jr arrived and entered upon his pastoral water works I have Tons of Baled Mav for Bright D 29 Kof P All Mary is the author ot a little miofc on heart disease at his home near lexing On page 389 Brigadier ieneral John duties He preached his lirst sermon houses fine depots and a beautiful post by Superia Mammoth dam Isabella if the F T PERKINS I will offer at sale i to be MiSir Knightl ington on Saturday May 2nd 1891 botany published by Appteton A Co W Oearysays The colors of the 8th good audience ollice that the Government didnt build Ilmne Journal inday morning to a Kv on RicrmoMd Ky Court houe door in K 47 nt nt on Friday lookim alter his af which pays a handsome dividend lioth to Ky ascended the eastern side of the who were well pleased houses would be a credit to We welcome Iler business The seven thoroughbred Polled Angus ridge and the llth Pennsylvania on the him to our city an hope he may have a a city of the first class beautiful residen Â¬ He formerly resided in Madison SATURDAY HAT 16th 1891 her and her publisher cows and heifers of W W Piggs herd Litidier of Senwestern They stood on tbe sniniit successful pastorate ces with shady avenues and beutiful were on exhibition court day The old county and was a brother-in-laen the houi PERSONAL The Ford Lanaber Co calls your attenalxiut the same time and the former and free turnpikes leading in all cow is imported from Scotland They ator John I Harris He once lived hi 6 oclock p m The Rt Rev T V Dudley Bishop of drives tion to their rates for luabar of all kinds having the shortest route from the town The old hotels were kept through the winter on fodder Kansas and was a member of the Legis pay the taxes assess Mrs Flgar Biggs is visiting relatives the 8th Ky the Diocease of Kentucky administered directions Excellent country cured Hams 6 to 15 the vear ieir advertisement in this i iie of was the first to unfurl to the breeze lature have given way to the new Do you ask and straw and are fat in Cynthiana pounds at 10 cents the rite of confirmation to four persons WHI UMAX On page 140 Brig Gen Charles Cruft I Judge Mike Owsley died at Lancaster Miss Matt ie Mel low ell is seriously ill at the Episcopal church in Richmond how account for all this transformation Mr- - Rebecca Bj Monte Fox sold for Fox Rice to SiMILLION It HEATHMAN 47 3 6c says Volunteers from the 8th Ky tsaaty bny with malarial fever Lauiu Wednesday evening Rev W G Me A lot of the old folks died off I wouldnt mon Wheil of Lexington for M GoloV on Monday May 4th aged 57 years and the tnli Indiana started with a noble have the old folks die in order to get all r Cready rector of Christs church Ver irt of Claims re assembled rn Mon Mrs John McCord of Clark county is smith of New York seventy five 1250 His death was a surprise as he was sick Stockholders Meeting Mrs Nann emulation to see which should lirst attain sailles was present and with rector these nice thing but they might go pound cattle at 5 cents per pound and only four days was taken with pneu day and fixed the levy for appropriations visiting Mrs French Tipton no oo the summit and plant the colors upon it visiting and stay a good while The at 10 cents on the 100 For turnpikes ten head at 4 cents Tbe total amount monia at Somerset and coming to Daar D C Liraan Miss Alice Colyer of Butler Mo is Ihe Bth Kv was the successful competit- Â¬ Motfett assisted oung folks would do for us what they ville drove over to Lancaster in the he Stockholders Mr- o oo The annual meeting of and bridg or K C R R visiting her several uncles in this county The Kentucky Methodist formerly have for the northern progressive towns will approximate 0200 These are the On page 152 9en or for the honor o oo Judge Owsley was liorn at of the Richmond Water Ot Light Co Mahan s For R N I B Iwnds ami will remain during the summer cattle that Fox A Rice have lieen slop- Â¬ night goo oo office in W E Capt Wilson ami his published at Lexington but now at Cruft further says they would hunt up producers I mean was Captain of a company will be held at the Companys Total 47 cents 12J cent Aim Lmisville comes to this office this week manufacturers even if they had to pay ping at Mocks distillery Danrille A1I10 Burksville Kv at 11 oclock a m Richmond Mr H H Colyer has returned from a iarty are worthy of special mention color en in the 1st Ky Cavalry and subsequently Wednesday Nfav 13th 1S91 poll tax aafla in a new dress and much improved On page 15i Gen Whittaker savs stay of several months with his brother them a bonus to come All these beautiFrank Barnes Major of the 5th Ky Resigned in Â¬ A E BOARDMAN Prest Charley Barnes Dr John W Harris Union City Mad200 oo Mr David Colyer Bates county Mo Early in the morning of the Shth 1 every way The paper has lieen en- ful things follow manufacturing cities A Chance for Bays and iirU and elected Commonwealths Attorney Chas S Powell Secv 47 larged the tyjie is clear and the matter Mat Campbell Jr loo oo ison county owns tbe thoroughbred called for volunteers from the 9th Ky Richmond has so many natural advant- Â¬ Mr Harvey McDowell come up from 011 the Democratic ticket and after 12 We want two copies of the Cmmax for Mariah Green 200 OO spirit ages it seems a shame for is good The broad Christian her light to be Jersey cow Hanovers Energy 5K 4 by years of service was elected Circuit Cincinnati Monday evening to see his to scale the cliffs that overhang the roint Su an HattaaMi May 300 OO and will give 2 cents Lookout rock It was not breathed ill the editorial department hid under a bushel when efforts put Translation of Hanover Mt dam Or- Judge which position he held for 12 Co Joe Irvine io Oo for them Only two want d and sister Miss Mattie who is dangerously and take augurs good for Thristiauity in general Energy 25900 2 years old She Marian In ine 250 00 known what force was on top Capt forth in the right direction would pro phans making 24 years of continuous Now rved boys sick Â¬ the five others are Banned and the church it represents in particu- duce double the effect it would in the dropped a calf April 24th Mary Price service He married Miss Fllen Letch Mr John Broaddus has returned from Wilson f here through the old papers and axe in volunteered It was a bold undertaking lar We hope it will have the large cir- north for the reason our farmers of Mad- by Pogas King St Lambert She was er in 1804 relative of Dr S M and W the boodle He is If you find one bring it the winters stay in Florida Megihbins R Scaling the cliff they took possession and culation it merits and increasing prosper- ison county are more of a money pro- Â¬ bought a yenr ago at Price Letcher of Richmond body else will find the considerably browned from much fishing PRICES OF LUMBER 2JO OO our flag This flag was the gift ity We welcome it to our exchange ducing class than in most localities in sale and is registered by the America n and hunting and says be bad great tubs unfurled list Thomas W 500 00 Jersy Club Tbe calf is said to be the Who Has a Capped llork of loyal women of Estill county Ky that they are stock raisers Our climate full of fun Dow ON CASS AT FOES ST Mrs Lucy Sawyer traveling through is better and Kentuekians mix well -- toppiest thing in the countv It had been most honorably Ixirne New Csatirilataa C C Smith Treasr of Lake Countv Yates Charley of lcs Moines Mr Mclroom la On page 101 Col Mullen of the 5th the State organizing societies to apt Tom Ferrill reports court day Ind who resides at Crown Point writes I mean socially of course because you compelled tore- Bill Stuff 16 it and under per M 4i2 50 I cured a Capped Mock with one bottle who has lieen watching by the borlaide Indiana says for churches in some of the moun The night of the 24th funds know they take it straight generally As sales as being some better than last ilman from the Fourth of iz 50 It is the best thing 3d Com inch Qoinns his sick wife in this city for tip Next tain counties spoke at the M FJ Church we dont go through this country but court Good cattle sold well sry from 0 have ever Ointment we bivouaeed on the ground I Ward owing to his ioverument posi- 10 00 used on Soft Bunches More six months left yesterday for his home morning the flag of the Kb Ky oiour South last Sunday succeeded in estab- Â¬ once I dont think it would hurt us to 3 to 3J cts low grades low and hard to men who desire a reliable remdy use the Sheeting- 8 D 1arrish has K en ehx ted by 7 ne a few days it brigade was floating from the peak of lishing two organizations one in the enjoy some of tbe luxuries sell as usual plug horses brought from above preparation il to till the vacancy Dressed Finishing Being a Sunday school and the other in the Rev Mr Doran of College Hi il will Lookout 35 to 75 no mules scarcely on the Yours Ac Ice Manufacturing 1st Flooring and Ceiling 22 50 The Richmond extensively in the She spoke of several counties iiis parents soon who live near On page 184 Col Suman of the nh church market and not much inquiry for them Co propose to sell the best Ice as low as d Wiggins 18 50 and Ken tii he will make a gxxj offi- I ake Simcoe in Canada He goes to at- Indiana says rebv no- 11 After asscending part in the mountains of this proud old com but few milch cows and good demand the lowest ti 5 3 5 45 18 V officers The Ladies Delighted tint Mr 1 has not of the way with 30 tnen and my color monwealth where there were no church- Â¬ tend a family reunion selling from 25 to 4d A good crowd No 1 Dressed Weatherboards 15 will be hel visited his old home for twelve years Adjastcd The Pleasant effect and the perfect safe in town and seemingly in good spirits guard I liebeld the stars and stripes es of any denomination It would lie a 2 u 50 X Ttifk Job Mrs M H Pigg and two little daugh- - planted upon the craggy rocks by the w ise idea to work up our missions at tv with which ladies may use the liquid L Knox representing the The Breeders Gazette in noting a elos- Ministers Wife looking- up foni the 10 00 ville on the - ere completely surprised when gallant troops of Gen Whittakeis brig- home before sending money into for fruit laxative Syrup ot Figs under all ing out sale of Shorthorns it Madison paper The ideal A minister In Mich Â¬ Lath nelit i Kaar nansnni 75 J B walke fcy lauds NichfAatrtUe Journal conditions make it their favorite remedy Ark here yosterday they got back from Texas and Kansas ade Wis by W H Jaroba makca the follow- - igan has brought a till of five hundred Pickets V 3 5 dollars apiinst an estate for preaching is pleasing to the ere and to the taste ing con t The above is certainly abundant iroof policy on the City to find their home newly painted Bar Chas H Faton a prominent It The sde was i inns lineup In Car lots a discount of Ji oo per the funeral sermon cf a wealthy citl- 1 and out It it one of the pretti- - that Capt Wilson of Company 0 Bth New York clergyman advocates the gentle yet effectual in acting on the kid ifying aaeeaiS With a I Williamson ptkms ren there Ma Kr Sale r s c n3 I What in the world did he ned tliat of 500 on the oat in the Fast lind They had a delight- - Ky is the man who in advance of all opening of museums of art and science neys liver and bowels there wa no pretension to what for want mre snch a charge for An ex 9Dcivered prices made known on il it 11 Stockton deceased The ful trip during their absence and were others planted the flag on top of look- to the public on Sundays and the giving I presama Address application fashionable Good Minister wearily the new Tomato Cabbage and Celery plant for of a better term is called dial Benefit has a large jusincas proud to get home finding everything out Mountain before sunrise on the to the masses free concerts of first class sale fresh from the bed by L Schlcgel breeding and in fact some of the it was to satisfy Bis conscience N Y M N DRIGGAK FORD LUMBER CO morning of Nov 25th 1863 and follow- - music Mr Eaton in support of his looking so nice and clean at e1- prices were made by individually excel 46 Richmond Water at Foan Ky 40 Â¬ Â¬ Lot SoU HERO OF LOOKOlT M0CXTA1V Cotnmiissioner J R Burnam sold pub-Â¬ licly on Saturday the Rolla Harelwood Tie Xaa Who Plaateil Tie Flag 0a The lot of about one acre fronting 200 feet Saamlt At Tbe Battle Above The on Big Hill Avenue and running back to Canaan the K Depot Dr M C Heath was the purchaser at 2423 It was offered Capt John Wilson of Station Camp first in eight lots but the price fell a was in town the other day arranging little below that aliove mentioned for a trip to Cha tanooga He desiret A Salmon fright to renew his acquaintance with historic battle above tbe clouds Col Willi un Richards of the 29th Pa claims the honor for his regiment He says on A pleasant rivalry was got Iige 430 up between the color bearers of the 29th Pa and the 111th Pa as to which should get the colors to the point of the mountain first The 29th had the shortest route which ing the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 i -- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I Â¬ 1 g Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ supi-oii-in- Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ To take the laborer position says away from the narrow circle of his life to extend the horizon of his hovel to the limits of history to turn his gaze from rags and filth to tbe silent and fathomless heavens to forget the roar and noises of the city and the cry of tbe sick child in gazing upon pictures of irrand natural scenerv to break uo the dangers of monotony in giving him thought and the substance of dreams to lift for a little while the horrible nightmare of possible sickness and starvation who can estimate the mental and moral benefits which may thus be wrought The annual meeting of the Madison County Bible Society was held last Sunday night in the Baptist church all the pastors and churches of the town uniting The exercises consisted of singing by the choir reading of Scriptures by Dr Barliour prayer by Mr Blake and two short addresses by Rev Messrs Vaught and Winaamson The following othcers for the ensuing year were elected C D Chenault President C P Williamson Preston Blake D I V Moffett J O A Vaught J L McKee Vice Presidents R R Burnam Secretary IVigar Turley Treasurer The old Ex Â¬ ecutive Board was continued Brooks Middelton Repository The purpose of the American Bible Society of which ours is an auxiliary is to put a bible in every home in all our land and for this work about oue million dollars annually is necessary The half of which amount is collected by voluntary contributions from the people at large This society is 74 years old and in that time has sold and given away about fifty two million copies During the past year it has printed and distrib- Â¬ uted one million four hundred ami six thousand and fifty seven copies of the scriptures The Transylvania Presbytery f South met at Paint Lick on Tuesday at 7J0 p and was opened with a sermon by in the Rev W W Bruce of Perryville The meeting was an unusually full one and the people of Paint Lick extended to the members of the Presbytery that generous hospitality for which they are A basket dinner was provided noted at the church each day during tin sioii of the body and the tables were spread with abundant provisions Kev S F Taylor of Mercer county was elected moderator Rev J R Tercy was invited to sit as a corresponding Rev Dr member Blauton transferred his membership to this Pres- Â¬ bytery from that of Fbeuezer to which he has hitherto belonged Rev A W Crawford of Campbellsville was dis missed to join the Presbytery of North Alabama and Rev Dr Forman to the Presbytery of New Orleans A call from the Campbellsville and Bethel churches for the pastoral serTi f Rev W D Hedleston the popu- Â¬ lar minister of the Paint Lick church is liefore the Presbytery and this is opÂ¬ posed by a call from the Paint Lick church which desires to retain their minister and have the bands sealed by tbe pastoral relation Very deep inter- Â¬ est is taken in the matter Rev E W Biuenger of Anchorage in an earnest and able speech presented to the Presbytery the claims of the Synods Evangelistic work of which he is Supei- intendent Bev W W Bruce asked leave to resign his pastoral relations with the Per- Â¬ ryville church that be might devote all his time to the churches of Hustonville and McKinney A committee was appointed to organize a church at Bow land Station the germ of which has been gathered by tbe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MAY CROP REPORT Orricx or tub Commissioner or 1 AoaicuLTiRxHoaTicuLTfax J and Statistics Frankfort Kv May I 1891 Reports from reliable correspondents all over the State make substantially the following report as to the crops mentioned Â¬ lent lots descending direct from cows formerly much tabooed as for instance S250 for the Red Rose by Krneaty heifer Melvina that is not oolv a lineal descen Â¬ dant of the much maligned Walter Dun named but is a roan as well Red ci hair and paier without merit are happily no longer charms to conjure with The average on lO head was 101 Tbe weather of the past week has upon the whole been favorable to the progress of all crops Little or no pre- Â¬ cipitation is rejiorted and some sections of the State are already beginning to feel the need of rain A continuance of the present dry weather for another week would result in some injury to growing cros The temperature of the week The nights has beeu aluml the normal were very cool on tie 3Sth and 29th light frosts were reported which howev er resulted in but little ilama and the planting work is somewhat later tnan usual To Â¬ bacco plants are doing well though a ing to the there is some urn presence among them in some districts of the tobacco fly Fruit trees gardens and pastures ate in the best condition Dr K A Chant Director Â¬ Â¬ I -- Ire Ireaai the gallon or any large quantity Tor families or parties Best cream at reasonable prices By H- - Â¬ Commissioners Sals S M II itice of Sale In Equity ARMER PARRISH Jcc Dal By virtue of a judment and order of Joe Givnchighliani vs Buy your ice from the Richmond Ice Manufacturing Co 45 18 PARRISHS Executrii Plff Friday 22d18S Â¬ TRACT OF LAND Â¬ I Â¬ I Â¬ 87 4 Acres of Land Â¬ l 11 three-year-ol- Â¬ opp Court tr House r- 5 Â¬ toning Mill Â¬ PLANING MILL Â¬ Â¬ I Mouldings Lath Â¬ Â¬ i and Dressed Lumber 1 I Â¬ Â¬ SALE Twelve - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Tuesday May i 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mules Â¬ Â¬ LIST i LETTERS Â¬ STOCS OF GOODS - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BALED HAY ICitj Lois for ta Â¬ Â¬ Country Hams io Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Fed Â¬ - M sr I Mfg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NV Â¬ Turnpike Election Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ tef Â¬ h a S fBBBfcM m unmlM gfcSlMm niBMiiwgSMaaSMIl WlfeMMSnBKWaMWIS9SMMSUnaMSSflMar- OLIVER PLOWS NEWS OF OTHER COUNTIES MONTGOMERY EVERY ONE MADE Â¬ KENTUCKY JTCATE NEWSJ Thz Clark eonnty fair offers 17500 in premiums and parses this year Fabmkrs in many counties are buy Â¬ ing corn for feeding at seventy five cents a bushel McChackks county is erecting a fire- Â¬ proof vault for the protection of its records Albert Rommel traveling through central Kentucky for Curry Tunis Norwood Lexington grocers was seri- Â¬ ously kicked by a house during a run- Â¬ away near Danville The department headquarters O A R-- J COLE Y CO A D RUFF 1TEW GROCERY James Died Uriah Wilton P Berry 68 Mn George Reisinger Mrs Nancy Grubbs 03 aged 87 JESSAMINS Staple Fancy W CsTodd Bra Nelson Gray the negro who wa ar rested by Jailer Welch near Wilmore was killed bv Jailor Morton Hall of Ver sailles while attempting to escape A coal barge the first one was towed above slack water from Cincinnati to B Â¬ HAPPY -- GROCERS v WiTCfl M AKER lKWKU Watclien Clocks Ill Main St below First Boats are frequent y Hickman Monday sren running the Kentucky now aid soon work will be commenced on the 1 ock below High Bridge Democrat BOlRBON J Curlcvs distillery at the mouth of MY LINE OF- - H Ef Mrs Carrie Tiimble and Misses May and Annie wife and daughters of the late Judge W F Trimble of Portland Oregon have arrived to visit hit bister Mrs Mr E T Redmon ol this county Seamands of North MiJ and Mrs dlelown celebrated the 61st anniversary of their marriage Sunday there beinj a pleasant gathering of quite a numbci of the members of the family- - Mr bca ears of age and his wife So mandt is Â¬ Shoes Hats AM PJ Furnishing - Goods IS NOW COMlLETE mrard Died Friday night April 24th iSolat his home near BrvanUville Jo hua Dunn t the remarkable age of nearly 93 lie lived all of his long life upon ar riri where he died and where he I have all the lalest novelties He died f wa- - born Ji ne the Sth 1870 He wa on sale and at prices within the no disease but simplv old age elected in 185 to repiesent Garrard coui ty in the Lower Hot - of the State Ltgi reach of all My line of liture lie was an industrious man dili gent in business and succeeded in ama-s- loperty much no e than sufficient to provide well lor himself and family Record I -- heretofore located in Louisville Lalors Old Stand corner Main will for the next year be at Fearis Lewis county the home of the new and B Streets Richmond Ky commander S G Hillis Capt Oeorok W Brite sr a pi- Â¬ oneer of Lewis in trimming a corn on one of his toes a few weeks ago cut too doep Itlood poUoning set in in the course of time and his physicians were finally compelled to amputate his leg at the knee 1 he operation proved fatal The receipts of the Lexington street railway have doubled since the electric lines were put in and are estimated at Fresh - Choice - Groceries 223 a day Chickfx Eater Jacksox and Big Bulldog Crabtree two desperadoes of the Cumberland mountain region of purchased by the new firm Will Kentucky came together and both are dead one shot through the heart and be sold at exceedingly reasonable the other through the brain prices At Paris Frank Closky son of Robert Closky fell under a ear the other ufternm n and had his right FULL MEASURE leg crushed It will have to be ampu Â¬ SUpleandrancyErctsric Qneensware Glassware Tinware Hardware New Firm J EWELER IN New Goods Woodenware Silver and A i c4c Jewelry Plated warf iil attention given to CANNED GOOD Tobacco and Cigar SETTING DAMCNDS nine-year-o- ld AND OTHER PKKCIODH HTONEH HIGHSHOES AS ALSO THE tated John P Stetson a soldier belonging to the Fifth infantry and stationed at the Presido San Francisco has fallen heir to Si0000 by the death of Thomas REPAIRING Promptly done and in a workmanlike COLWTIi and D0Y7N WEIGHT DOH -- S-A-Iji- I3 E FAYETTE Merchant of VVoonocket R I an uncle whom Stetson has never even seen Stetson is about thirty years of age and a native of Maysville this Country Produce bought and sold at Market Prices manner Cash Paid far Old Gold and Silver SHACKELFORD DKALEUS IN ALL KINDS OF I Hardware Tinware BLACKSMITHS - Woodenware AND WAGON MAKERS GENTRY House Mshii M 1 TOOLS AND MATERIAL Mrs Willa Viley aged 40 years The Common Pleas Court was engaged Monday in trying the case of C B Gilman against the Western Union Telegraph Co Last October Mr Gil man telegraphed Mr Cha SfcMeektn then bi New York to buy a certain race horse arid the claim was made that through the neglect of the Company the e was delayed until too late and in The jurv re- Â¬ he faied to get the horse Died turned a verdict for the plaintiff for state John J 48- - L C0LEY CO Dont forget the place to the Ptwt onVe Richmond fc 30- - next door Ky - 1 UUj OW CUT Esr Roofing and Gutteringtil the Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 5 ING O o G o O o G id FARLEY lit1 o G o G o G of th keeps IRON i houses in of OUR iiS AT Kentucky WROUGHT a variety for black LOl ISVII r llit fiompetiiors YES v Miitiis KIMS in WHEELS and makers other SPOKES supplies fur Best makes of v gooogoc Goeooe II IVII-i FARMING IMPLEMENTS Fine The cadets of the State College Chaa F Clay commandant will go into camp near High Bridge some tune in Col lav has been down to High Nobbiest May Shown ic Richmond Bridge to select a camp ground and it is expected that the young soldiers will enjoy the novelty of camp life very much One of the most astrocious and caring I can please you in style as well crimes ever committed in this city was perpetrated Sunday morning at a little as in price after 8 oclock Martin Stevens of Louis He came here being the victim Friday last and took board at Mrs Mcntil vou 111 Girks on Vine street After breakfast ing this morning he took an electric car to spect my line tiie Kentucky Association ground From there he walked around the Belt line Railroad and when in the vicinity of the The McKinley Dill has not ad city work house was met by two negroes in their shirt sleeves One of them closvanced my prices which are aled with him and in the scuffle that ensued the other cut his throat The gash ways the LOWEST is two inches long and to the juglar vein Two small gashes were cut on the oppo de of his neck The negroes took Peo his money and valuables and tied The police are at work ple are enraged Stevens carried a card on the case showing him to be a member of the Lou svile Saddle and Harnessmakers Union He has be n taken to S Josephs Hos pital and may recover Gazette Â¬ Gazette plain toe or patent leather tipped for Ladies Gents Misses 100 Col and Children is the DONT buy Â¬ Â¬ The Style The Thing The Quality the Best NSaml AMMONITION Inaarters for FIELD SEEDS IIXKnf lx II A 1MV A UK ik1 v lwst vw van aiil way wit fa lad their load 11 ol MLE GROCERIES fa they arc t lonr High SALT LIME and CEMENT M ink lolijr UUl hir last rest i 12 JaTCiime to the house where fat Iters and - grandfathers a her W v licli nt in oor de half century Racing With Wulves Many a thrilling tale has been told by trav elers of a race ith wolves across the frozen stepes of Russia Sometimes only the pick ed bones of the hoele6s traveler aC found to tell the tale In our own country thous ands are engaged in a life and deth race against the wolf Consumption the best weapons with which to fight the foe is Dr 1ierces Golden Medical Discovery This renowned remedy has cared myriads of cases when all other medicines and doc tors had failed It is the greatest and restorer of strength known to 01ld For all forms of scrofulous affections and consumption is one ol them it is unequaled as a remedy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ blood-purifier Come now while you can get the largest stock to select from Save money and be happy C C 44- - WALLACE eli W ind by b 11 ia W 17- - L FAELEY r to John Farlev gi but km lew - Uto - SlaUo ling brand in the market upetitors ol any Cheap and we assure you tl Johnny establishment OUR NEW jr proffered inducements even astonish us w Spring and Summer styles of B K TS and SI1 E are simply icription Special attention is called to onr Old Ladys -- Old and also oar 150 and 200 line r line of CLOTHING i unequalled for stvle durability and have come and our prices We can fit the small boy the small large or most Fastidious man price unheard of Also SUITS MADE Tl ORDER ill ia Hood Trim Swauns Horses Just inspect oor line raf HATS consisting ol Si all the leading styles and brands Rut our cry does not end here In endless varieties we can AVe propose to furnish ut if ul li Handkerchiefs Socks Sospen U11 Jewely Trunks Valises iri CoJ aVe Umbrel Nice Turnouts of all Kinds ivelties in Jewelry C for 5 cts a apod Work Shirt Undershirt Fair of nty liv at reasonable rates of other bargains and an arm load Flannel and Unlaundried Shirts lrom 50 cents to the best and fanciest made Ilor--- s boarded by the day in novelties in fancy flannels and linen and A ehok week or mouth Laundried Shirts from Co cents to the finest 6ilk pnff bosoms t lie celebrated STAR Shirt for jsV We 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 arc way oat of sight Our line com pi Buggies m - Harness I The Art Amateur for May Has special illustrations of the pictures A poi trait by B C Porter Sum by T It Dewing and A Girl in by Will H Low now on exhi bition at the Nat onal Academy of De sign These beautiful full page reproductions direct from the originals are iarly successful An Art Students Holidav Abroad seven weeks for 200 s devoted to Holand this month The cd by Ai t Inslitu lrot Kino K nail ft and illustrated bv of students work and vie Flowers in Season with the building palettes for oil water and china colors is a good practical paper for China painters The article on Figure Paintings in the Dresden style will be found most interA superb portiere design by M esting L Muconiber a long illustrated teview of Mr Lelands new look on Wood Carving and a series of hints for the decoration of temporary homes are timely and entertaining papers The color plates include a very dainty study of Wild Roses by Maud Stumm a group of Hen and Chickens i by Helena Maguire and four border of china painting in gold and colors Designs for Embroidery Wood Carving a special series of Kalmia decorations and two or more of the Ivy designs for china painting make the supplement particu- Â¬ larly attractive MonPrice 35 cents tague Marks Editor and Publisher 23 Union Square New York it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Closing Out TO- - BUI BUSINESS As the senior mem- Â¬ ber of the firm W A Powell has been ap- Â¬ Carroll a white man has been sentenced at Mayfield to life im prisonment in the penitentiary for the murder of a negro in 18M Carroll has recently been discharged as oured from the Western Kentucky Insane asylum W B Snooks the bridegroom of the Louisville wedding where several per Â¬ sons were poisoned at the feast died at THE NEW GROCERY FIRM the Burnet Douse Cincinnati Coroner Range has ordered a post mortem At Frankfort Robert Dawson was -caught and whirled around with a reÂ¬ volving shaft and dashed to pieces One Corner Main and First St arm and both feet were torn off STAPLE AND FANCY Jonathan Woolfohh shot and killed The Frank Francis near Pikeville KICIIMOXD KENTUCKY murderers brother was engaged In a fight with a man named Phillips Fran- Â¬ Groceries Qieensware cis who was a friend of Phillips inter- Â¬ fered in the latters behalf and Wool fords brother shot him Ma vriELD had a 815000 fire Frankfort on the 2Jth was in gala attire to do honor to the veterans of day carefully compounded the late war The delegates began arLARGE ASSORTMENT OF riving the evening before and flags night by an experienced phyai- bunting and G A R emblems became the order of the day on the streets cian and pharmacist Nearly all the business houses were decorated and many private ones The Now is the time of ear for ou headquarters of the department were to purchase established at the Capital hotel where all arrivals were escorted from the de- Â¬ pot Upon the arrival of the morning trains from Lexington and Louisville the delegates one hundred and fifty Clover Timothv and all other Fit Id strong including many colored veter- Â¬ ans formed into a procession and parad- Â¬ at lowest ca h price ed the streets headed by the Frankfort cornet band after which the depart- Â¬ ment held its business meeting at the Will s ill Cent opera house Following is a list of the Hillis command- Â¬ officers elected S er T E Livezey vice commander AlAt the Ilijlut Market Price bert Scott junior vice commander Dr ALBUMS Porter colored medical director Rev Thos Woods chaplain I ami Bbacken county is about to hold a primary election for the first time under a law passed by the last legislature HIGQIN5 THERNDDN and applying to the counties of Bracken HAGAN Kenton Harrison Bourbon and Camp-Â¬ bell extending to primary elections in those counties all the provisions of the laws against bribery and illegal voting as applicable to regular elections The experiment will be watched with in CHICKEN terest The set Is a very strict one It nipf provides That it shall be un- Â¬ lawful for any one to vote at a Cholera Cure primary election who would not at the time of voting be a legal voter under the constitution and laws of the state for which the nomination is being AND made as if the regular election was being held on that day and in addition thereto he must possess the qualifications prescribed by the authority of those who called or ordered the primary election to be held in the call thereof and any one violating the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction fined a sum not less than twenty rive dollars nor exceeding one hundred dol- Â¬ Â¬ HH - PowersHagan GORMLEY DRUGGISTS ii - FINEST LINE OF PRESCRIPTIONS Sadctk Mtafce RICHMOND Â¬ CANNED GOODS DRUGS FIELD SEEDS ky Medicines Chemicals iii Â¬ tlet articles EjDKS POWERS HAS EVER COME SEE WCGormlevvVC ANTEHi WE KEEP GAS STOVES Â¬ o Tins For m Â¬ HARDWARE Sctle lars A National Educational Association- - Teams for hauling of every kind E C BOGGS LATE ALEXANDERS HOTEL CO Slain Street opp Court House New Stable on Irvine Street between Sect nd and Third J R BAILEY G II MYERS MngVM- - The Annual Convention of the National Educational Association of the United States for the present year will be held at Toronto Canada and as it will on this occasion be of an international character it promises to he the most successful meeting of the series Most of the railroads have agreed to give half rates plus 200 membership fee to all who attend the meeting this rate bein open to the public generally as well as the Teachers The Canadians are mak- Â¬ ing great preparations to welcome and entertain the visiting Teachers and numerous cheap Excursions are being arranged to all important points on the great Lakes the St Lawrence and the sea side alter the Convention which will afford to Teachers the best opportunity for enjoying their summer holidays they have ever had The official Bulletin containing programme lor meeting railway arrangements and all other particulars is ready and will be sent free to any one desiring it on their dropping a Post Card to Mr HJ Hill Secretary Local Committee Torono Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pointed postmaster ot Richmond which position will require all his time and attention we have decided to close out our Clothing and Shoe busi ness TI7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rtlll li aaa caxva v fore sell at greatly reduced prices from this day forward The greater part of our goods is new and the storm passed over Beda other night The resi Â¬ dence of Henry Stuart near that place Thousands of dollars worth of was blown down but no one was in jured The dwelling of Matthew Bow- Â¬ chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than ers seven miles from there was demol all other diseases combined But the ished and two children received injuries from falling timber which will prove discovery of a remedy that posithtly fatal Several barns near Beda were cures it has been made and to be condestroyed and many unroofed A great vinced of its efficacy only requires a deal of damage was done to timber trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for Richard P Hoard a prominent citione hundred chickens It is guar zen f Christian county died suddenly anteed If after using two thirds of at his home near Fruit II iU the other a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly evening after a brief illness of pneusatisfied with it as a cure for Chicken monia aged tifty five years Butlkr county is agitating the organ Â¬ Cholera retvrn it to the undersigned and your menev will be refunded ization of a fair company FOR SALE BY The famous Jones county calf case which recently went off the docket of a western court long after the object of litigation had rounded out the fullness of bovine life and died has a counter part in the Walden vs Haycroft rye case at Owensboro The Messenger says it started several years ago over eight dollars worth of rye and the costs now amount to hundreds of dollars and no end In sight Mr William Terry the fifth victim of the poisoned wedding feast at Lyn Â¬ don Station died shortly after noon the NEW BUGGIES other day He had been lingering all NEW PHOTONS the morning suffering greatly from convulsions and vomiting Ohio county the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ terrific Our Goods are of excellent quality and our PRICES REASONABLE Tin ri Co Water and Light Have Repairing of Tinware r LcwRa2 OF- COOKING STOVES That Use Gas for Fuel Thev SllCI ALTY and co Â¬ Bridgeforth Cooking and Heating Stoves ALWAYS and when S READY FOR USE Brooks Middelton CLAUDE SMITH 17- - CO Heater place from CARRIAGES Â¬ ALEXANDER S - HOTEL 44- - Seventh and Market Streets Louisville Kentucky nd NEW CARRIAGES Will Open Monday March prices are marked little a DOVe cost while for the others we will take less than cost We have Clothing of the best materials Miirl if net ctvlnc UI1U IdltSt M US rv Cly leSCriptlOll Ol Hats a variety of Shoes Gents Furnishing Goods UmlOWn tO 1 Lighted By Tallow Candles 1 THE WILLARD OppCourt HoCaJMN i I fit iv er urin t iiiiif - - tllf iur illiU N ri iiui u Irru 1 r - Hiouisvillt Ivv o - - fat 00 - nter Si Green SU T fr a Vlinirii w i wJ- - Thoroughly Renovated and Improved rL ATES 82SOO IESH 23lTT 1 matiMi Gout cu vueiii e rhou asr5 e Kheu- of the UirilM moll tlteir LITHOS1NK ol tu Dr J T LEE 9 Wcoiiburn Av itrtun 7i r BrlfEhri J L SULLIVAN C W R LOGAN z SaleC4UL K repair LL Manager 3D Cincinnati hn Thk ar data Thra traction Engine rms easv K I icnrciT M TTATtTrTRj mm Fropr kllt- mi1t Belfords Magazine Belfords Magazine fo May is an unusually strong number The paper which will attract the most attentian is the open- Â¬ ing one on The Thirteen Superstition Among the Fair Sex MrAbarbanell the author of the paper in his capacity of Archivist of the Thirteen Club in New York sent a circular to one hundred of the leading women of the country asking for theie views on the subject He received forty one replies twenty rine of which he prints with his at tide win facsimile sig natures Among these contributors are Mrs Henry M Stanley Elizabeth Cady Stanton Lillie Devcrem Blake Francis E Willard Jrnuv June Grace Green wood Susan B Anthony Amelia E Ban- Nrs Frank Leslie Maiquisc Clarr- - Laa za Eanny Divenport Ella Wheeier Wilcox and Nellie Bly There is some very interesting reading among these Â¬ The gas bill at the state capitol Nash- Â¬ ville Tenn has for two months been NEW SULKIES higher than Superintendent liittock bought it should be and Friday when My vehicles are all new ami of the a bul for S93 for April was presented latent put terns They are for nale he ordered the meter taken out of the on mos reasmabe If yoll VUG IU1IH1U13 IUIIUIUJC L1UJ CCUUi want a vebiee come and see me and were lighted by tallow candles set in you wont go home without odp cuspidors and Saturday a half dozen lan- Â¬ 5- JOHN DOXELSOX terns and a gallon can of coal oil wero purchased A NEW SURRIES fe Monument to Columbus CoL talist residing in Honduras has pro- Â¬ Mr P J ONeill who hag been ork posed to the department of state that a subscription list be opened at Chicago in for Mr S L Midkiff the past season during the Worlds fair to raise money is now in business with Mr James Allman to erect a monument on the spot where and they are prepared to do all kinds of Columbus first stood on the continent work such as is done m a first class shop Mr of America This was at what is now on the isshortestc possible notice makes ss nrkman and a first ONeill known as Point Castilla near Truxillo a specialty of HORSE SHOEING Mr Honduras S L Mulkiff says thit ONeill is the Sest The hsavy shower which fell Sunday morning did more than the bands of men who have been fighting the fire on tbe ltluc mountains In Pennsylvania could accomplish in the last three days After devastating over fifteen hundred acres the flames were extinpnished by the rainfall which lasted two hours Denmark Wants Chtap Sugar The treaury department is informed Kal3 ruU Out Mountain Fires horse shoer he ever saw Thev at prepared to ilo all kinds ot CARRIAGE WAGON BLACKSMITHING wood Â¬ We have work general lami work not got a Ihtu lira j shoo but e have ample room to accommodate our custo- Â¬ Give us a call mers Shop on Main St aijoning C T Foxs Liven Stable F F Hilder an American capi Â¬ NOTICE v Having sold out our entire interest in We arc the hotel on Jefferson street we have re W moved to our old stand that we occupied your citv for years so successfully at Seventh and every Market streets are now flitting it up in elegant shape new throughout and the Ice outfit in every way will be elegant incud er and ing one of Halt- - Saietj Pasw baggage Elevators with all the late im- and provements and the best 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 Clear-Solid-c- e shall be second to none in the land My wife Mrs Jo B Alexander wants to be remembered to all her lady friends will win vour favor and she will be glad to see them and give We do not them a hearty reception trade becau i r ICE Craw ii I Fare 36 2 tS JO B ALEXANDER Ter V TtfMl Ao Manager Home - Enterpns and will help we at bi vn mat khXPmL A k 00 I teplics Peculiar Accident TarmlnaUi Fatally After two weeks of unparalleled suffer Â¬ ing Uev George H BothwelL pastor of the Congregational church on Classon avenue Brooklyn died t the Brooklyn hospital Sunday night The accident which resulted in his death was the In Â¬ haling of a cork into the bronchial tube Several surgi al operations and all that medical skill and ingenuity could devise failed to remove the ob Â¬ struction Â¬ Wtm pr 8 Udips 2nn I75 m FOR our i as our lac not late will get Â¬ 47 ALLMAN ONEILL wirt I ii il All kinds of Coal and Lumber at the fltA o I is IurliuncJMsUa JOHN GRADY il Railroad m I lot m SALE brellas Valises andi crnrwlc various r jfri J5WWUS Come now that the government of Denmark has reduced the duty on sugar chocolate If not sold privatrlv before and petroleum to take effect October 1891 A bounty will be allowed on the SATURDAY MAY 16TH 1891 1 HISEUDJPIULI mMmm KskkV AISLH ISM mkmi voj a 75 in No Ice With Sawdnst a On It Mr and ha the sea- -- GENTJ --WES s than 100 j - amount of sugar used in beer exported Lone Distance Taiephons c WRm Dii mrlmijiulMmf -- MULE Tbte t COLTS roH IT It ln ML tl lunik lilMIIMItl W aa utmrm HHI MMf4lllU Till luMmAiw liiuWimhll I have too mule celts for sale at reason able price H H COLYER 17- - the and grounds 011 Third street Eighty foot new house with three rooms kitchfront en celiar outbuildings c All in good repair On street car line 26-G W PICKELS offer for sale Amy Statement began Goslin Where did you get it asked Mm A Surprising Ive a minJ POWELLTAYLGR COB 33- interrupting XAX27 AND 7ZSST STS him Jury - Articles of incorporation have been filed in Columbus for a long distance telephone company for the purpose oi constructing and operating lines from Cincinnati to Cleveland Detroit New York and other easjam cities I will proceed 01 that day to sell publicly HOUSE AND LOT fronting on Smith Itailard strett 54U feet and running back 1S7 feet to Collins street New house with three rooms Variety of fruit Terms made known on day of sale M McCARTV Sale at 2 oclock my 43 W L DOUGLAS ixs ties 3 and stamped o fcoWw for etearewuSHOE and Gentlemen ranted nthr- ial - Wliat lafsrenee MB the f clloTrtr sior fkti Saf liah scstsnecs Factory The day Richmond I 45 18 MM We a WbUUtUliAS so Jby an hat 0 JACK FREEMAN RICHMOND