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Droggtata lf 3 RJ BLAK Oor WUUam and John Streets NewTork H0MPHHEYS MEDICINE 00 PHVSICI AX AXD SURG RON Kkip Horar Kkktitiit HAS IIOOKKB VETERINARY SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Velerlnary Lleiitlatry SPECIFICSFor Sale by POwEKS - SACA2T PEAVINE JR 4S- Hpeeialty and Htellly a - iFFICE Next lo 1IlnaX jfflce nun ling Klrhmonii Kr lir Will maVe the season of 1891 at M A PhelpsV pace jV miles from Richmond on the Jacks Creek pike at TII03LSB AYKES 15 to Insure a Living Colt i M 11 Is Cllig Agency TO RICH Money due when colt parted with foaled or mare MON D I have decided to give mv b ning aid selling of Real Filiate and the Collection of Ac- Â¬ I will thank 1011 for count voir patron TJWINT AA RETURNED attention again to the Is by Old Peavine 1st dam by Bolivar 2nd dam Jalappa Forest bv Ned Foreft 3rd dam bv Irockett 4jth dam by Traveller PEA V INK Jr is a beautiful bay lOJjj hands high heavy mane and tail 4 years old good fctyle and fine action 10 REWARD The Richtrond Water LigU Compa will pay the above reward for the p preiienhmn with proof to convict anv person guilty of lighting or turning off or extinguishing any street larrp not au thorizrd so to do or tnalicioul r breaking M N ORIGGARS gtsfi in ame Superintendent 44- n -- U S D M PHELPS PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor Limestone Street Opp C 0 Depot LEXINGTON KY aaaaaa IomIm ii ton Walt h swBwMBMa aSWawaLwB a aVtft io rw M jwrnw NY u tM4a M at wort f f M IVMaWk hy J mi iff xawB AU fc UM war waff worker mm a rj mmm ih aiart n4 man m wshi g B wlrt Mil asfMa U sun pari tI mHcm 7 t cm ii mn sU hill fi II waaar tMBUCs aw laWaWlU Mil la lst 4m New Building and Furniture Well Iioiu eh avo Ventilated Oontrally Located UAK ATTACHED GOOD KA5UTaritilLTlMflaMC IlklMUU ITU iMrawatawaa TllMM rytaf Mw Oral aa r atari mmm tW aaaMajaaaaw RATES 4V-- 48- 2 and 250 per Day t nrttTastMs KUIaa There the barge offico A train robbery occurred at Wharton I late Saturday night Five masked Thursday a turbaned Syrian who men held up a Santa Fe passenger that he is going to make silk so cheap She Had No Concealed Arms or Cannon train The robbers got the drop on the that the poorest persons will be able to and a Crew of but Sixty Men trainmen The engine was cut loose wear silk attire lie appears to lie a from the train and the engineer was man of no mean intellect lie would indicate that at least from his eotv told to run down the half SEARCHED BY OFFICERS to remain until told trackreturna mile ition but eater to robbers then ordered everrl have li FinANCIAL SURPRISE the mail nnd Who lrononnre tlie Vnrlom Storied N ital- rardlnir the Sleamililp Itata as Highly The Bawtoaj Garden National rtrilinr money from 111 attain fienaatlonnl years for some one riirLADKrriiiA May y The Spring circular to the European powers sub was injured United Sax Dtaoo al May 0 The awwa No jimiI in examined the silk Garden national bank closed its doors mitting the conduct of the 1nite sent out about the manner of the Itala States Marshal Pavnc was promptly wnnn and have discovered they assert yesterday il a Its capital is 8750000 and government in the New Orleans artair leaving this port was more sensational notined and immediately They are all well aimed and that this valuable caterpillar simply surplus 127500 In answer to a request to their judgment Italy will thus bo than the facts warranteil She had no concealed arms or cannon with which with four bloodhounds are in lint pur- Â¬ manufactures the tine thread of its co sent to President Kennedy for some in- the Initiator of an international out of the mulberry leaf Ellas formation as to the reasons for the ment to compel the United State to to make herself formidable nor were suit If the desperadoes are run down Khouri as he calls himself and his un banks closing the following note was find means to guarantee the protection there any men concealed about her for there will undoubtedly be a M Uhouri have studied tho sent out of foreign subjects battle The skill with which the Wells use in an emergency She had slxt We have decided to place the bank flve men when she came into port but Fargo express car of the Santa Fe train matter carefully and are now certain Tired of the Boycott in the hands of Mr Drew the national half a doaen of them deserted so she was robbed was only excelled by the thst they can produce the real article without the aid of the worm bank examiner Strikes are growing serious in New This step has been left with about 6ixty men The pilot skill with which tbe expi who took her out was not impressed but guarded the property in his care fr 11 There is a vast field opon for the enter- forced upon us principally by the large York city The boycotting of Chas the bandits When the robbers boarded prising gentleman and it is his inten withdrawal of deposits during the finan- Buckis lumber yard was taken up by went aboard voluntarily by prearrange r was tion to open the attack on the pampered cial stringency which commenced last the Lumber Dealers association Friday ment She was in communication with the train at Wharton the the Robert and Minnie while In port looking out of the door if his ear and silk manufacturers of Lyons and other September and the continued dullness They decided if the boycott was not centers of the industry by starting his since To meet these demands on our removed by Monday every lumtcr deal but the United States marshal does not seeing what was piingon Immediately non worm factory somewhere in Geo reserves it was found impossible to er in the city would shutdown his yard apprehended the danger He closed and seem to have known it iria realize rapidly on the assets We have thereby throwing out 120000 en The marshal sailed around the schoon locked his door and then commenced to ROTTEN TO THE OORE been below in our reserve some weeks er near the Coranado Islands in Mexienn hide the money and Talnabl Floral Mementos Stolen y the Numerous Members of the Brltiili Parlia Â¬ past and can see no immediate pros- Â¬ waters with a steam tug on Wednesday they would escape the o The floral mementos left on the pect of increasing it hile the bandits were deÂ¬ robbers ment Involved In Disgrace Â¬ morning and the captain of the schoon We still owe a balance to the clear- of Dr Cronin in Calvary cemetery Chifrom The formalities of the expulsion of er made signals of contempt and de- taching the engine and e the rest of the train and were rui Capt Verny md Mr DeCobain from the ing house committee for outstanding cago on May 4 the anniversary of his fiance The marshal said that his orders loan certificates payment of which is death were taken away Thursday Mr house of commons will be secret to detain the Itata were emphatic bit it to the place Gladstone Mr Goshen Lord Hartlng- - being pressed These facts coupled night The friends of the murdered she was allowed to lie in the stream red two miles distant the with the disturbances of the past week man believe the vandalism to be the les 111 ton and Mr McCarthy will speak in vin two days with steam up and when disposed of most of the dication of the historic purity of char- have caused increased nneasiness on the work of the had nothing to do but weigh an- Â¬ places of safety Tin n he ready at acter of the house of commons Tho part of some of our depositors together This Means Fight chor and go The customs officers made safe When the r 112 M Rochefort in the Intransigueante the usual search of the ship and say the door of the cxpr as car be made 1 recent crop of scandals involves in dis with the weakening of our credit with show of resistance but filially ad parliament not the other banks We hope the suspen has blamed M Isaac sub prefect of memoersof that the statements about her having including several who escaped exposure sion will be only temporary arms and men concealed are ridiculous mitted them Ihey imi Avesnes for ordering the troops to fire B WA11 F LWAKDUOIKK The crash was a groat surprise to the on the rioters at Fourmies The result the safe and demanded that igh their cases were widely talked The Itata left here headed toward San about No party capital can be made out general public as at the last sale of its will be a duel between M Isaac and M Clement island where she will probably it be Opened With feii stock the price obtained was 812150 Rochefort of the revelation each section contribumeet the schooner with the arms and the messenger opened it and at command of the leader handed out the ting its blackguard to the list A special The capital stock of the Institution was ammunition contents among which was a pave curiosity uttaches itself to the ques quoted at 750000 and there was a sup- Â¬ The Job Most Be Hoodooed of worthless papers which he tion how Mr Gladstone will deal with posed surplus of 5130000 A dividend of Maj H P Downing collector of San PHCEBE COUZINS CASE robbers was a valuable package of the phenomenal outburst of vice among 1J per cent was paid upon the capital Pedro Cal port died Sunday morn Â¬ h Claim That She la Still Searatarr money The most of the money had members of the house of commons stock at the last annual meeting ing He is the fourth collector under Refuses to Sign Ilr Voucher Mr Kennedy the president of the been hidden in the stove which was Conversing with a friend on the Verney Â¬ Washikgton May 9 The tressruy not tieing used In the search which ease h expressed the opinion that there bank is a man of unswerving integrity this administration to die When just en tering upon the duties of the office yet received the the robbers made of the ear they over department has not nothing exceptional in the cases and it is generally believed that whatvoucher of Miss Phoebe Cousdna as secÂ¬ looked that hiding place but tumbled of the public men exposed that the ever the end may te there can be no The Dime Saving Craxe retary of the board of lady managers of upon a package of tOM which they se- importance of the cases lay in their breath of suspicion respecting the lawThe demand for dimes upon the V S treasury is so great that It can not be the worlds Columbian exposition All cured Finding nothing else of valuo l ing symptomatic of social and moral ful management of the banks affairs the vouchers of the rrale members of they made their escape The Penn Safe Deposit Trust Co met Within the past ten days 8474000 vigorous united diseases requiring the commission have been received but Christian action to amend it Sir which has offices in the Spring Garden in dimes has been shipped and orders the Touchers of the lady commission James Henry has introduced a national bank building made an assign for S60000 are now awaiting to be filled WALLACE Proprietors SHES A BREAKER WARDROPER There has been ordered smelted and arc wanting The treasury officials lire of the ment yesterday afternoon members bill enabling informed that Miss Couzins refused to Smashing Not Only the Record Bat tho house of commons to resign withNew York May 9 The New York coined Into dimes at the several sub sign her voucher for fifteen days h61d Thermometer Also out resorting to the Action of applying correspondents of the Sprinff Garden treasuries 8231000 of debased sliver Is now UeOroaghly adjusted and in excellent rannii ing that she is atlll secretary and un Â¬ One of the most extraordinary cases for the stewardship of the Chiltcrn Hun- Â¬ bank are the National Bank of the Re- Â¬ coin turnine out unexcelled work titled to the full months salary She in medical annals is The Ocean Mine Disaster that of Miss Tolle dreds Pi tiding the house publicly public and the Hanover national bank says she will send a brief to Secretary son a student at a leading institution cleansing itself of Verney and De Co In neither of these institutions was any The coroners verdict in the Ocean OF MILL WORK DONE TO ORDER Foster showing that she is stUl secre- Â¬ in Memphis Tenn The young lalv bain the James bill will not be permit thing further known of the failure than mine disaster in which four men were EVERT DESCRIPTION tary was attacked with tonsilitis a few davs ted to come up for discussion The bill the fact that it had occurred Each bank killed at Clarksburg W Va claims Secretary Dickenson will it is said ago her temperature rising to KM and has been judged as designed to enable had a small balance In favor of the that neither owners or bosses used nec SlClI AS-send in Miss Couzins account up to the then to 10 her death being momentar- - other culprits to sneak out silently and Spring Harden bank essary precautions to prevent accident 15th of April the date on which she ily expected But to the ut r has got fatally dubbed the Parliament was displaced as secretary of the board consternation of the attending physi Â¬ lilackguards Relief bill although it PENSION DECISION Murdered by Wildcatters of lady managers This will raise he cians her temperature continued t Lock Ezell a United States marshal compels members to apply to the house One of Ex Commissioner Blacks Decisions question of the legality of the action of steadily to 158 Fahrenheit breaking the for leave to resign was waylaid and killed at a point a few Reversed the board of lady managers before Sec- Â¬ record also several thermomi Wasiiisotov May 9 Assistant Sec- Â¬ miles south of Russeville Alx Friday retary Foster No doubt is expressed which could not record any hi retary Bussey has reversed the decision morning It is supposed to have been LOOTED that he will sustain the board Straugcst of all is the fact that the The Ruin of tle lillsliirch lire Invudeil of the commissioner of pensions-- in the the work of wildcatters claim of Linus Barnuin father of Wll- young lady is improvin y re by a Dceperate and Hungry Mob Our mill DEADLY GASOLINE ABit 7ehiJor cover There is but one parallel in Pitts The ruins of In I rd ami Crisp While on record that of a victim of A Young Lady Burned to men burgh WCi to burn the Efav Talng the Dangerous Fluid at Omaha Neb who ituro worn S It Bennett denei CnicACu May 9 By the explosion of reached 199 degrees the window a can of gasoline yesterday Miss Jennie irn shot strei ing to his command from the headquar Â¬ Michigan Forest Fires TucUer aged 19 was burned to death Jade vood R appointed A can of gasoline for house cleaning Walkerville n small town in Ocean for two boars the Thomas II Wo reap inent ters of his regiment where he had WE ARE ALSO purposes hail been placed beside the county Mich the terminus of Butler prevailed pointed judge of t u the to procure medicine from the surgeon art of register and it is supposed the heat Peters logging camp was almost ground and the crowd knew that under advice and consent of his superior Mississippi from the register forced the stopper totally destroyed I13 fire Saturday after- buried beneath the ruins were thou officer Taking Vn Chances The claim was rejected bv from the can and allowed the fumes of noon The hotel stores livcrv barn sa sands of dollars worth of goods cata Loving Mother Do you still kneel missioner Black on the ground thv the p asoline tocsenpo loons blacksmith shops and all but I Hungarians and Ital etc r prayeraf dowr Miss Tucker went to get some of tho dwellings wi v my fluid and struck a match to light the hundred tin v I T ti gns The flame iirnit d the funics from wt tho gasoline ean which immci exploded enveloping her in a sheet of calcnl Tliey were armed lien Bat lame The screams of the unf rtat ate at 1r baskets to carry their officer but the I No mother but I am afraid tlie whether the medicine was for folding girl could be heard but as she had fires booty away and it looked as though a bed raitrht double uo with mo fallen with her back against the door systematic raid had been planned and himself or for comrades is immaterial A Tcrrlhla Marine Disaster COJfPETKNT bKKIM A DOlUT He holds that because the soldier those outside were powerless to ope i it vhurriedly being executed Never The steamer Lucy Lowe has founder re- Â¬ When they finally succeeded in opering since the riots of 77 have such scenes jumped from the train in order to the door Miss Tucker was found ed in the Straits of Juan de Fuca with taken place in Pittsburgh The in- Â¬ port at headquarters on time it does not stretched on the floor with her lower fifty five colonists The party num terior of the Ilorveler building follow that ho was not in the line of limbs burned almost to a crisp She bering fifty six left Tacoma Wash a rich field for explora- duty and in consideration of all the April 21 to settle on land near tho proved Risking their lives under the tot- circumstances he holds that he was not died a few moments afterwards tion mouth of the Goestahea river but were tering walls women wrinkled with age guilty of contributory negligence and Plumbers on Strike lieaten back by high seas and that he was ia line of duty at the time Â¬ PiTTsnurtOH May 9 Three hundred short of food John N Grant of Taco Â¬ dirty faced children and hard counte of receiving the fatal injury went ma the only survivor returned Satur- nanced men threw hot bricks aside and and fifty journeymen plumbers SALT RHEUM ECZEMA WOUNDS BURNS EL of J VBaal VV The strike day on a strike here yesterday J THE NATIONAL GAME He Ivelleves the entire party extracted from the debris thousands was precipitated by the working rules have been lost A search party is being hams cans of lard and many other like c SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS articles The crowd numbered several Contests Between the Various League and The fitted out presented by their employers Association Clnbft hundred 6ouls and several fights chief difference between the new and Cleveland O May 9 The followover the possession of some es She Avoided the Almshouse alaSMWasawVVsBBBWrSlVWslreel old regulations Is in wages and the ab Â¬ Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book The fire- Â¬ ing games were played yesterday Em W aT BMMrWlTr At llazleton Pa Mrs Connolly aged pecially desirable article tTss sence of the mention of a shorter d iy NATIONAL LEAotE men who were still at work on tho 110 committed suic on Saturday The plumbers declare At Chicago Cleveland 12 Chicago 14 that they will remain out until the new ting fire to her lied She had of late ruins finally drove the looters off by At Cincinnati Pittsburgh 6 Cincin bors turning the hose on them Hundreds nati 4 been very infirm and I rules are withdrawn who have kept her for the past twenty of dollars worth of goods were stolen At Brooklyn Philadelphia 10 Brook- Â¬ Horrible Death or a Young Bat FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES almsto Chicago May 9 Miss Clara Pang years decided to send her re the lyn 12 FIRE DAMP EXPLOSION house where she would At Boston New York 7 Boston 0 aged 10 of Pomeroy la was burned care She suspected that and rather Visitor to magazine editor Do you West Ylr- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION to death Thursday night Miss Peng than suffer what she considered an in- Several Men Meet Death in eare for any more war articles sir ginia Mine At Washington St Louis 20 Wash- Â¬ was taken ill with cramps and on retirEditor No I think not The late re- Â¬ dignity burned herself to death An explosion of fire damp occurred at ington 5 ing she applied an alcohol compress for bellion has been pretty thoroughly the Ocan Mines lietween Clarksburg At Boston Cincinnati 7 Boston 9 relief During the night she arose to written up W Va Thursday prospects In the Northwest and Bridgeport At Baltimore Louisville 5 Baltimore renew the application and in someman Visitor My articles would relate to a Northern has received crop morning seven men being in the mine 10 The Great ner the combustible vapors ignited nnd more recent conflict At Philadelphia Columbus 15 Phila- Â¬ she was envelpoed in flames and so sc- - reports from 301 points on its main lino at the time three of whom Martin Editor Indeed What Â¬ vorely burned that she died a few hours and branches With only a single ex- Â¬ Feathers ffm Honohue and John delphia 4 Visitor I married a widow a year ception the reports are of a most favor- Yeager escaped Half a mile from tho afterwards Wants Uniform Duties on Hngar ago West Shore on the Stout farm able nature and indicate an abundaut big air shaft Washington May 9 Assistant Sec- Â¬ Dragged to Death harvest The acreage of wheat is about an exploring party discovered the retary Spaulding has informed James has more than halt a century the mum Wabasha May 9 Willie Noonan 15 per cent greater than last year on body of Charles HE GOT EVEN Tho Welsh 1 Burt agent of the American Sugar Re- Â¬ aged 14 was killed Thursday by being an average lore t he public are still in the mine are fining Company men who that the interest of the How a Smoker Revenged Himself for the dragged three blocks by a colt He had mar- Â¬ aged 50 Lose of a Cigar Feathers Joseph father used to have his hoots and company are idenIncreasing Mortality In Chicago tied the halter strap around his wrist chil- Â¬ government and the leaving a wife and ten A Scene railway compartment tical in the proper and uniform assess Â¬ The records of the Chicago health de- Â¬ ried and because he eoaU ret them to tit his feet and the price to lit Â¬ and the colt became frightened and ran dren Wm Daugherty aged 35 marMadame do you object to smoking The boy was kicked and badly mangled partment for the month of April show ried leaving wife and five children ment of duties upon sugar at the several No reply The question Is repeated Now Freeman contii pocketliock and his ideas of value that there were 8450 deaths in the city Nathan Gaines 35 married wife ports and that he will be accorded with a similar and was dead before assistance reached result Thinking the an increase of forty five as compared proper facilities at the several custom to make boots and shoes lie also has a him is The with the previous month and more and seven children Sheridan mine houses where it will not Interfere with lady deaf the male passenger made a Wilson The Meeting a Suereas GUSIOU MADE BOOTS AM BHOl for the corre- Â¬ operated by Black the business of the office or the interest pretense of lighting his cigar than double the number Do it if you dare exclaimed Ma-Â¬ Montreal May 9 The Parnellite sponding month last year when there of Maryland Search was renewed at of the revenue in obtaining all informaall sizes in all irra les 4 oclock and the body Of Joseph Feath- Â¬ delegates held a well attended meeting were 1602 dame Potin with an unearthly gleam tion he may desire Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES inclnd ers was found burned to a crisp Two in her eye last night notwithstanding the strong men are still in the mine A shot fired Recruiting for the Sunday Schools opposition ofTered by the clergy Both Just to see whatll happen here Will Appeal to the Supreme Court Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where Twenty five thousand St Louis Sunday- in the mine Wednesday it is suppose Itedmond and OKelly delivered lengthy Harrishiko Pa May 9 The ap- Â¬ goes he said stung by the ladys tone at No 2 First Street addresses and ware heartily applauded -school children divided into eighty opened the gas chambers and caused peal of the Pennsylvania company from And be applied the match They regard the meeting a success The lady bounced from the seat and parties Thursday made a complete the disaster the settlement of the states accounting canvass of that city for the purpose of officers for the tax on the capital stock snatching the cigar from his lips threw Terdlet for asOOO Damage Blaine Replies to Salisbury 1873 to 1987 inclusive waa it out of the window Buffalo N Y May 9 The tral of ascertaining how many children do not Secretary Blaine has replied to Lord for the years There ia a compartment for smok Â¬ very the breach of promise salt of Nellie attend Sunday school or church and to Salisburys latest note hi regard to the decided by Judge Simon ton yesterday of the ers she hissed Livingston against Prank TV Knox was extend an invitation to all such of the seal question Blaine By the courts decision the claim arbitration dol- Â¬ The gentleman quite taken back concluded yesterday afternoon At 2 p THAT CAN BE RELIED ON Lady Master In Chancery suggests certain modifications of the state which was about a million se- Â¬ m the jury rendered a verdict giving M Callon court steno Â¬ questions to be arbitrated The propo- Â¬ lars ia cut down about one half The thought it best to be quiet while Miss Stella BE UP the plaintiff W000 damages Mist Liv cretly bemoaning his lost Havana grapher at Pontlac 111 was Thursday sition to consider the question of dam company will appeal to the supreme ingston suetl for 320000 TO Five minutes silence Madame flushed a appointed by Judge Pillsbury master in ages for seizure of English ships in tho court with her triumph Suddenly the ladys Nothing Seams to Aid Them Made an Assignment THE MARK chancery of Vermillion county Miss llehring is met by the counter proposi- Â¬ Instinct with appeared to Philadelphia May 9 John I Me muff and presently become poodle put out BEARS THIS MARK The London correspondent at Mos- Â¬ Callon is the first lady master in tion of indemnity to the United States a little life for the seals taken by Canadian poach-Â¬ Duffee the extensive builder and brick his head to take a breath of air The The expulsion of Jews chancery appointed in Illinois cow says ers if the arbitration results in main Â¬ maker is the first business man to be gentleman arose smiling affably seized Harsher measures are excontinues Fierce Forat Fires In Michigan by the failure of the Spring pected with the approach of the Kaster in all parts taining the claims of the United States pulled down dog by the tail and tenderly Forest fires are burnire iDvffea yester- - the little Neither baptism nor appeal of the peninsula in Michigan At Ford holidays it the e Will Stop th Hand Organ nefit dropped in out of tones irriage window to foreign consuls avail to secure es- Â¬ river the damage is estimate M adame there dulcet A it was held of bi Â¬ cape Illustrated 000 Smaller fires are reported at many at Faneuil ha i is aeompurtnient for dogs ll day night American other points A dense smoke hangs for tho purpos Another Philadelphia Bank Failure ty for The Spring Harden national bank of over Ishpeming the elevation and improvement of tho Philadelphia has been closed by the poor among their country men The Cotton Seed 0U Killi currency The Penn comptroller of the There are now 184 cotton seed oil promoters of the society propose to Am JAY-EYE-S- EE Safe and Trust Deposit Co assigned its take steps also to prevent the rag and NEEDS NO LAUNDERINC CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT interests being mingled with those of mills in the south with a capital of garbage gathering and organ playing Forty of the mills 20000000 over the bank Ma J I Cask Hickory Grove Farm home attached the wliieh are prineijially carried on by have fertilizer works THE ONLY Kaclne Wis say a After trylna 5 of Italians in that city Illinois legislation every known remedy I removed a large Bunch meal forming the basis COLLAR IN THE MARKET of two years standing from a 3 year old filly S In the Illinois senate bills providing with three application of West Virginia Ialr Commission Beat the Recor1 for the periodical weighing of grain in I If aPVY7nFEssswawaaM Iford re warehouses and for state inspection At San Fran jitimW of building and loan associations were mained a r of i I passed The Hetr h Ills the best preparatlonl have ever used or beard Z f s 7T Ohio county W N Chancellor of Wood liMnflliilLwF S ot 1 heartily recommend it to all Horsemen minut h The Peach Crop All Right r of Kanawha ti M B01 We have hundrtdt 0 neh tcilimoniaU Latest reports of the condition of the Boundary Line Dlsputa SattlDd of Harof Berkeley Sidney Haymond peach crop in the Delaware and JJjary- between rison The board will meet in Charles Â¬ The boundary liIH BOOX KKPIM IHORT HASO Price Bl SO aer bottle Ask yonr druggist forit Ifhe THOROUGH IHSTRUCTlOa TTt WtlTWB PMafAMHi land peninsula are that the diiaage Venezuela ind set ton W Va on the Mta inst f or or mi DOtKSSpllMoasiacasaioraiTTnraBigas tST 80TH TELEGRAPHY ETC ETC AT THE BRYANT Jt STRATTON BSStRtSS CKlfSE MtRADSKABK A CO Whitehall N Y Vf B-- KDD1 I from the frost is very slight the princiÂ¬ tled in favor of the la CORNER THIRO AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE XT CATALfNttt FRIL canization being to strawberries pal injury I Our stock is complete in all tho very latest Novelties to be seen in the Eastern Cities A large and ABSOLUTEl PURE Handsome Line of Dress Goods both 1 Â¬ 1 Patterns in the Piece Also our stock of Â¬ WASH DRESS GOODS beautiful fabrics Â¬ Â¬ is complete with all the latest and most Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ purchasing and you arc certain to be pleased both as to qauality and pric Dont fail to examine our stock before Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Clan-na-lae- L WHITE ALLEN Â¬ 1 W Main St opp Court House Â¬ 11 Â¬ fr Â¬ Â¬ The New Planing Mill THE MADISON COUNTY PLANING Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mill Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- Doors Jash Blinds Mouldings Lath Shingles Rough and Dressed Lumber 5 ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONTRACTORS v AND v BUILDERS I kzzz2 la - Â¬ Â¬ TAR 01 D PILES the great household remedy for I Â¬ M aLf IS aV i8l PILES imiisv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ price so cents T7 R O I D SO PvroiijrriivY t Â¬ TAR OID CO CHICAGO ILL Â¬ Â¬ FREEMAN Â¬ Â¬ ffCall i WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF Â¬ Â¬ JJot to Split IDljBOOloy 3Tot to Â¬ 11 Wk aELuULOlD Mark V iff TRADE LINEN LINED WATERPROOF QIKNNS OINTMENT j f a JJ7rftftSy LiSAWlA 1 THE CLIMAX Ths Printing Constitution will be grectcr than f the late delegates ever thought there would be Most of them appear 1ON FRK Editor Tin- - Courier Journal and a liuin ntuh rtly lielieve that the voters oilier Stat j war on it will indorse their work However we linl the people have BO Very gnat klVW do not believe they are willing to give up an old instrument to experiment Co or it owing to the lUjIlyiiip of th Climax entiou that formed it It upon a new one about which there is WM L Xru much dispute as to its meaning and a aL j root deal of uncertainty as to its work P1XICE IKH lEAB Tlie OptnJoa of the ablest and Inler the onpond Constitutio t a - - - - M- r- 13 1881 kreiKTatiiil would pass before it eoul I be most prominent men in the Suite is that changed m loan ttDjebeJagooaomacd the new instrument falls short of being on each amendment as to remlei tl e an improvement on the old This lieing hogfi in Ma i arc tinopen clause practically a prohihitii the case the j eoplc can do but one worth thing and that is to reject i- t- OfcafW IKS them hut chaiiL new leen deprived o a it almost abolitdn iiiu h power tha it good tl5 Vc4ii- - 1 Yen e can I the 1K irMmi II IMW very law i The ird on the I1AKI M TIK llllt IUIM AMI lACH- V r ounf jloWTl j wit In ill has i Hut ii tin- nnfortun it must iiy up rtb of prafr ISCBvJSKS Tilt TAXIS IVVllt Ml BY FAK tut kn e- - Tl i orth yom n j ii- - hive A I KAIL KKV the friend - can it I il s ir V tlieln- - ready to beaia a The Constitution is now under discushen lone sion and we have said liefore it will be fairly No general denunciation will be the duty of each voter in the State to It fea iadnlged in bat tl study its merits and demerits for himself Just what position the Banner will ture will Ik- cited if there be suh we are not yet prepared to say but we pledge our readers an unbiased and The OoarierJoaraal publishes two unprejudiced presentation of our underin the standing of the Constitution when we st it lit ion recently Milium sufficiently studied its provisions the people of the Stale in an opinion satisfactory to our- Iiowtng it will bra matter of There is at present very much difficult tn ever discover hi opposition ti the instrument The opin- t the press of the Mate have for ustitutional m not several months been so very unfavora that there ii BOW a stronir prejudice i ur present infoi the throughout the State against the iustru- ntnew Constitution wi Whether or BOt this prejudice iil iv the and the Constitution Itrevkiuridge comity by a very will Ikted in August is difficult now to de-Â¬ a hen tin instruim lit is il to them V Ineli tenu who attenitand it qaeattoa but what it will lc adopted by a There is nothing like keeping the wealth in the family majmit Suppose- the Mid verj decided land road is built and that the parties building do sell it It is presumable it All the papers in tlie State hi will not be sold unless some one buys it down on Hading as many as Shall we pass laws or frame Constitutions thirty to forty objectioaable d prevent men from diapoe- jilan would have beta t their property in any manner they A line state of affairs it will be ind voting ami let the de mlier in this country when men are basapered - in the by laws and constitution which will strike out some defectivi iid let her stand prevent tin in from j of their own The Constitutional properly Convention it appears asks the people ot Kentucky to adopt a Constitution chief objortiou is that t of censorship over which will loch i ncroai hi much of all the capital within its boundary A the legislative sphere man ran build and stock a store but much ot the Convention t to any one without the ii many im n It wmild be quite ton much free j too much idling too muth time incorporate this in the - the clause touching the Let the railroads be built re the Ix ttcr More than two thirds of the nei We can imt undertake to count the are opposed to the new them words as did the committee which pre- titution It can not the address to accompany the prothat they are in themselves cor orations stitution but there are tigures the steadfast lrielids The news from reached which illustrate the ol the people and will l il is ncy of Constitutions to expand their dimensions by embodying legisla in their power to do so And tin tion titution of the United is powerful twelve original articles AV that woal of tl e leading and fifteen articles as amendments di 105 paragraphs The first and most influential newspapers in the titution of Kentucky consi titll opposed twelve articles and a schedule embrac i the many ol llt sections the second Constitu- There ire ten articles and a ached tiuti but a i embracing i4 sections the third ignorant of its iiiture and more than or present Constitution of thirteen ar-lule enibracii i and tlie proposed Constitution which is divided in a different way from - thirteen principal heads to articles LTl sections that ever It was not numbered consecutively from the be- Â¬ re think al ginning ami a schedule of elevn ight out sections in all the latter Constitutions is in the nature of limi- ii without and - ative power Some of it lum- me bad and some doubt inal c a ful The question the people have to titution it is not likely that ten determine is whither on the whole occupied n favor of adoption or re - would know in tin Commercial having the all the people very much citizens prop er the new instrument section by and give its judgment of the ion is mi nut just yt the Â¬ Â¬ - for our country and its people bul now we look back only a few years ami we see the baleful influence brought to bear upon the minds of the rising generation bv the example set before them by the Socialist and Anarchist of Chicago j and other great cities of our country eleven twelfths of whom are of foreign birth Their principles if they have any such are rapine murder and di struction to our civil and religious institutions I do not wish to convey the idea to you and the readers of the Cli max that all foreigners are to be identi fied with the aliove mentioned mob for such is not the case as many are peaceful and law abiding workers and good citixens but the great trouble is that they work too cheap thus they come in contact with our own people or in other words American lalior caus ing strikes boycota and a very large amount of ill will ttf course this is good for railroad kings and corporations it is just what they want and what they work for And the workmen what of Why work for what you can them get and Congress has not the time to bother with such small fry Any news paer is just throwing time ami money away which endeavors to make the intelligent masses of the people lielieve that foreign emigration is good for our coantry or its free institutions Our dem Â¬ agogue politicians would make it apj ear Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dustriously working with hook and gig to red hoss lint capture the tempting few have been taken in this way and much talk of resorting to dynamite is heard a business that all law abiding cit- izens should endeavor to suppress not alone liecause it is an infraction ol the law but for the other good reasons that they destroy the spawn and kill hundreds of fish that are not secured besides many small ones that would In- entirely worthÂ¬ STALLIONS A BUILDING AN- D- Pennsylvania Bv Gen 1433 2j4 ii v Loan - Company THAT less A man who has practiced medicine for 40 years ought to know salt from sugar read what he says Toledo O Jan 10 1887 GentleCo Messrs F J Cheney I have been in the general practice men of medicine most 40 years and would say that in all my practice and exerience have never seen a preparation that I could prescribe with as much confidence of success as I can Halls Catarrh Cure manu factured by you Have prescribed it a great many times and its effect is wonderful and would say in conclusion that I have vet to find a case of Catarrh that it could not cure if they would take it according to Â¬ RECORD 347 Washington sire of Poem iMoti Presto 2JJ t a j vear od Lu- -pt Uam Majeiene zerne 227 Hambletonian 10 2nd dam Nancy - Whitby man dam of Robert McGregor 2iSeeles American Star 3rd dam Nnc dam of Lady Whitman 230 bv Durland Pennsylvania is a Messenger Duroc dark bay 16 hands high black mane and tail and weighs 1250 pounds Will make the season of iSyi GOING jyzTZte OoOoOoQoo OUR 0 0 0 0 I aMatai T- - -- - - aaw j -- W HELPS RICHMOND THE LOUISVILLE Qompetitors YES AT 4 40 TO INSURE A COLT at my stable at the Fair Gronds Rich H C TRAYNOR mond Ky Agent 000000 000 may Savings Loan and Confederate Chief THEY radiant heavenly bo directions Yours Truly U L GOHSICH Office 100 for M D Building Company BRANCH AGENCY HERE ONE TEAR OLD i - i - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- i 21 j Summit St any case of CaÂ¬ tarrh that can not be cured witli Halls internally that our people should with outstretched Catarrh Cure Taken N EY CO Prop TcledoO F JC hands welcome the down trodden of Sold by Druggists 75c 47 50 earth to our hospitable shores If you denounce this foreign iniiiiigratioi as ANNOUNCEMENTS dangerous to the peace of the country you are set down as undemocratic not FOU OIKtCIT ruTKT CLERK Jeflersonian While we may sorrow for To the people of Madison County poor lalsirersof other countries what the I liPrtby announce mjself i caiMlj lntc lor must le oar feelings when we look rret the office ot Clerk of the Metoiteuh Circuit Court subject lo lie action of the DciOCtmt our country and see thousands o our ic party I linvc nerved in that While own people who work the live loug day othce as it U true Clerk and tlpty for the paatnev eral yearn tnis ItM but the better qualified for a miserable pittance that DaoBOpo me to dlHchaiKe the important and exacting lists may roll in luxury and debauch dalle of the office A to how I htve at I to my refer to to their hearts content while the sajd tended members duties bar litijiuhthe Hon f t he jurors Judse workers are steeped in the direst pover ant other attendants of on I omits in cite you to my previous iniounceinnt the ty I am for my owu native people paers ami respectfully ak my my office aapport dalle through gixid and evil reports and I will prevent me as themaking of thorough a from dislike the moneyed men from all for canvass an I desire Most gratefully eign countries they are more danger 3G- W II MI MKit ous to our free institutions even than S H THORPE JR is candidate for the Anarchist for they are Anarchists Clerk of the Madison Circa It totnt subject to the action of ttie DMDOCratic parly of the darkest hue petted and fondled a candi H PoVKU of speedwell by our law makers thus moving iu what dal afor Circuit Conn rieik of is Madison is vulgarly called the higher circles and county rtabjeet to the actiou of the ieino C- cratic party encouraged in their wicked greed f r gain by the said law makers They have every chance as vou often see to weave the web of slavery and landlordism atiout the people of this state and country While this evil is daily growing among our iieople we must stand by smother our feelings and say nothing The manner in which our jovenimeut has been run by lioth parties proves too plainly that the wage worker and farmer the ones who elect all the officers have their feeling or wishes thrown entirety aside So much for the rule of tuoney kings in our country Truly your friend -MI XBaaaBaa1 IsHv We will give Staclard nd Eeei3tered Ko 123 1 1 Hire of William Arthur iiiqV Lady Saue J34 Sleepy Chief 74 ConfedOwn broil ect erate Maid 2j at 5 year-old Vodiord Chief record 2Ji4 Receipt from Richmond Loans closed in Richmond Additional loans being made 2- - 7o4 3 7o 00 For Every 51 Received Here The Louisville is Lending 5 Capital Stock In Force 1100000 Anzul diTlled Feb SI 25 per ct Choice cf Three Fores of Investment LOCAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS CONFEDERATE CHIEF is only ere ited with a record of 241 since he was early taken to Canada but he He has to have been able to trot in 220 had few opportunities in the stud ard the colts above mentioned are all out of cold blooded mares showing his power to He is a brown Stallion propagate speed 16 hands high sire of the great Clark nine others Chief sireof Croxie better than 230 also dams of Phallas and i j1 Maiolica 215 Wilson dam ten more better than 3to Bilginia dam of Woodford Chief 22 1 2iljand It 2ii 1 ly Touns thoroughbred vetnled its way downward and tlie western horizon and tli bowed down even lo niuther eartli with II Prices which have Leon their source of which they are now conveying to their last We are now in the ring with a new line ol Roods We are not entirely unknown neaih the same wins by which we are hiellel n that the same sun the Mme moon ail th their lostitMis beams over our infancy shall dining days H e are aware that our road is a ragged one the life of trade and by honesty fair dealings and we are making rapid strides toward th We did not expect the patronage of the WIK IK ot Union but knowing that we were at the merry strove to be able to accommodate them to the proud to say are soeceeding admirably -- 25 to Insure a Mare in Foal Will make season at mv Stable in RichHENRY S DUNCAN mond 43 SO Â¬ Â¬ PILOT WILKES Â¬ -- Â¬ F ladaBaW RLPl I5LICAN fOlNTY CONVENTION CHVK Both the method ENJOYS and results when Â¬ Â¬ Ken- pray- - a ithout - jirejudice who 1 The lUght- - ok Oil int -- rUfKAi BOVKKX ii AS AT PRESEXT COXIHITBU as we nited in fully and intelligently the only to vote for or against it at is jieu liturcs the August elect I two - enormooo le iiiil a have I It is the understanding in w me quar that railroads are well pleased with Those already the new Constitution heat it is the ountry in the It M wheat pay next of having subscriptions iiatin future BO eountv can vote aid to other roads Yea plei Coostitntion hut allee DO ghtv tickled awe1 the rti and the people can do BOthi ehaage their Constitution for four and then only one ainelidiiieiil Fttitt J built and those an a j I The papers of the State who feel call Â¬ ed uisni to advocate tbe adoption of the new Constitution use some wonderful ar- of favor of their position sample they tell the ptople that the titution has alread UK ami iwill Â¬ pens length of turn hun d addition dred men can be found wlu will commit official suicide by bankrupting the same State in this way trot tl em out Hut It in tiie language of Mark Twain all the wool or all the cant lie did- d in this TLI i We can now petal oat all the it tmnalile features of the new Constituely a clause in it auks of this country have tion Tin that is entirely free frou objection and iineut it ought to be rejected by the people al exiienses of urn And when it has Wen n- the polls as it will be then let the Con vention on reasscuihlin j ii September take the old Constitution strike tiNvrMiuv kCiNes out its dead letter and most objectiona Â¬ ig sentiment is that the ble clauses add to it an unfettered oaaa k that it clause and submit it at once to tin pie EddijrilL Tiinet Entrjmte utry in a yeir could Â¬ -- Â¬ i irs the honest demands of eople have lieen or siime reilress titution ing tlie iak iln-rusome relief and now that the new Con u loiight stitution comes forward and gives it by taking from the lyegislat are the newer to ere an ma aaai m it grant these things for which the lobbv ntthough ists are always emjilojed the agents of alone can detenajae iu real value these same corporations are exhausting the ingenuity of their oliedient agents to sbun Huxticr excite prejudice and hatch objections to And mor institution the new instrument men are yielding to the many ii to every Ui ur can not be siilioiis arguments much t perusal ai iiivJiut- Oue would supxise that there are no women iu the State cf Kentucky judgltution thoiild In- re-- ing from the new Ciiistititioii drafted by the Convention recently aaatwi This was a Frankfort i end A great many jeople have bled in most egregious and stupid blunder and Bad crowii fat under tie those guilty of it should receive tin The erations of this neglected six is njt to lie found in desires see an end word woman crawl that instrument so vre are informed by igh about every seaaita of the Leg- - one who has read it for we te for the aew to have jierusod the stupd thing or if jsiati mentioned she is clashed with the idiots fundamental law Paducaii Ycv initials or uiiuom We have women Jjejingkm Omm xlion to th adoption of in Kentucky net nation is thnt il finds but The oppsition to the adoption of the imc for a Legialattre which has iiort Woader if the - Â¬ jid i U Â¬ i The Republicans of Madison county having met iu convention pursuant to a call of the Suite Central Committee to apjKiint delegates to the State Convention lobe held iu Lexington Ky on the 20th day of May next it was resolved by said convention as follows First that we the Republicans of Madi s county approve the call for said con vention to nominate candidates for the various State ottices and for the other purposes indicated in said call a id that in compliance with same reappoint the following persona as delegates to said con- vention to represent Madison county Curtis K Baraa lames V Capertoa John Beaaett L V Dodge Thoaaaa J Covlc J 8 Hathawav CoL A J Hard Thompson 8 Buriiam J If Cotton llen Wheeler J N Broaddts J M Bpeed Taylor J U Whitaker Charles Norris Richard Boany A 1 whole ml Bantam H Creech Geo Young N ti iiiiinuinrateitl M Headrea s II stone Dr Todd I rJEMKVK ONLY IN A TIU L AMEKI ley Wallhil Roberts Henry Ilargis ICAJ1 NATIONALITY V A 1owell lace James A White P 1 Ballard C M Rawhaga Madison Nk iioiAsvni e Ky April 181991 Campbell Koln rt Turner ireen B Miller A Ur JI The above mentiond gentlemen are ausaw the Climax yesterday and must thorized to fill any vacancies iu our deleÂ¬ return niy sincere thanks to the editor gation for pub inning my letter to you of April nd That having confidence in on the evils of foreign emigration the intelligence and patriotism of afore In this country the predominating race said delegates and believing that they is the Anlo Anierican or iu other will Ik-- better able to promote the interwords the old liritish Blood from the est of our party in the State in the selecIslands of liritain that I admire above tion of candidates for the various offices all other races in the world It was that to be filled we give no iustruetions ex invigorating blood which reddened the cept that it is the wish of thisi onvention battle tields iu the American Kevolution that the vote of this county shall be cast and in the late civil war the tatc of Vir- as a unit on all questions that may come ginia whose people were of the true Brit- before the convention If there should ish bljod showed a spirit of devotion in be a difference of opinion as to how the defence of civil liberty unsurpassed in vote should he cast a majority of the del modern times The descendants of that shall control the same and the have staaaaad its mind upon the vote shall be cast as desired by said mainstitutions of our country and given jority them their permanent character and valThird Resolved by this convention ue That true Saxou mhid has built up that we do most heartily endorse and our liberal institutions through which commend the wise faithful and patriotic I all our national administration of President Harrison lie passes th It is the same heart that lie ving as we do that the moial and matiie life giving blood through all terial interests of the American eople H the members of the east political body a w hole have been greatly advanced by It ret the descendants of the the Statesmanlike positions which have alone tii go farward with the been taken by his Administration ujmui work of impressing all national senti the great questions which now divide ments with our blood and free peculiari- - political parties in the Unitec States tbe dominant race toi The delegates are requested to meet in whom the NwKsion of the continent the jrand Jury room for consultation on manifestly lieen delivered Their the 18th of May 1891 at 2 oclock native Spirit you kirow as well as 1 do L V Dodgk Chmn betoaae to the soil It has been strengthC F Bchsim ened through the storms of war and it i W Parks will be nurtured in the long sunshine of AJ Hran itrc will not depart and J M Lose it steadily refuses to acknowledge on its A true copy T J Coyle Sec own ground an eiual with its own The national policy of our country must CORRESPONiitiNCE alsive all things lie decided and strong since the nature and ohjects of our Com roxTowv Mr J A McCord went to Versailles monwealth are so widely distinct from the policies of other nations Asa lone- last week on business lier among savages must fortify his Corn is selling at four dollars iu this and keep Batch and ward against section and scarce at that tiie insidious foe so must the people of Mr Launey Clay has rented the Trihble our country preserve their liberties property and is house keeping against the assaults of foreign elements Mr Juo Perkins is much improved af- Â¬ iiicoinpatihfe with the true spirits of American principles and nationality ter a severe spell of pneumonia Several of our money making For more than twenty years our un are attending the Lexington races principled politicians have studiously ignored and kept out of sight the true Dr Perry of Fayette county has locat basis of our national existence by pon Â¬ ed for the practice of his piofession at this dering to the violent and lawless tenden place cies of a foreign immigration for the Mr and Mrs Thos Samuels of Pine sake of their votes To win these for ville are visiting the latteis parents at eign mercenaries our unprincipled ioli this pfa ticians have loudly proclaimed that our The frost of lajjt week did considerable country is the great receptacle for all lugitiv ely making a distinction damage to gardens otherwise no injuries between fugitives from justice and fugi are complained of Notwithstanding the election extends a tives from oppression They have as you well know sought to convince tSese dozen or more months out into the im- Â¬ penetrable yonder there is much specuforeign strangers that they have legislative rights in this country and by such lation as to who the ucxt Sheriff and Cir- Â¬ delusive appeals have to a great extent cuit Clerk will be with French and succeeded in managing the foreign vote Thorpe undoubtedly the men against the And Democratic and Republican par- Â¬ respei tive fields as now presented ties have flattered the foreigners and in for the benefit of the numerous floaters 60 doing have degraded the average there should be between the aspirants a character of our rulers and to a lamenta- stringent agreement secured by forfeiture ble extent in forgetful ness of the true of the violators chances for success characteristics that of our nationality against tlie use of money Foreign emigration in the past has done The river is lined wkb fishermen in- 11 Â¬ Â¬ Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys- tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances it many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c bottles by all leading drm gist8- Any reliable drugjrist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ Sired by Bud Crooke 2iS4 and he by the real George Wilkes who the world to day and without a ri fountain head of the gi be the W R SHACKELFOCD Atty family of trotters that ever lied and in fact all tbx W M Willlson C Moacaa J Iilot Wilkes dim Belle Walkei E B Wallace Wm Crow sired by Dick Turpin by Clark i Hut our er not end here In by Mambrino Chief Clark Chiel Richmond National Bank Depository the dams show a beautiful line of Glores Handkerchi of Phallas Wilson by George Wilkes and Majolica 2 3 2 Underwear Shins liars Cofl a trio of brood mares that has never For full information call on or fce Umbrellas 4 been equalled bv any other stallion Dick Turpins dam was sired by Doni L R RLANTON Agent Socks Handkerchiefs Scarfs N Oftice at Brooka Si Middeltons Drug Store phan bv Daw Crocket and out of ElTwenty five cents bu len by Pacing Pilot the sire of Pilot Jr Work 4S8- who sired the dams of Nutwood Maud Drawers ami an arm load of other bargains S i nd Jay Eve See Belle Walkers dam was sired by Captain Walker the sire of Flannel ami Unlaundric TO THE the dams of Hairy Wilkes Cloud 217 Gartield 221 Vc C Cud fanciest made a Crooke the sire of Pilot Wilkes A dioice selection in novelties in of Lizzie Brinker and she the dam of silk puff b Laondried Shir Lucy Fleming Bud Crooke 4 - Odd Fellow and the Agents for the Adjutant celebrated STAR Shirt The rule ot Water Works Company in Karr filly 246 at 2 years old S have We are live men with li cac of parties desiring to take water is tf fl condensed in Pilot Wilkes l li Kit rurfnrTiire ftiaf thej reserve the right to run to the curb- and I will Luarantre him to show as sell you an article cheaper t han minv inerch All other work such much speed lor his opportunities as any ing at the sidewalk Oil we are -- way out of Kentuccolt of his age in make the season of Pilot Wi liai at my stable on the Richmond and Lexington Turnpike about 9 miles from J SPEED SMITH President R L GENTRY Vice President FRENCH TIPTON Secretary J W CROOKE JR Treasurer Our line comprises many of the leading you that we are not conn Johnny establishment Our proffered indw Our Spring and Summer styles of B beyond description Special attention is I and -- Old OentV shoes also our 150 an Our line of CLOTHING is unequalled lor We can lit the small boy the small lari price man at prices unheard ot Also SUITS MADE Tl Just inspect onr line of HATS con and we assure I IKDJ 1 XOTRE PtBLIC al 2- 2tl v- live prices - siht Hydrants Street Washers Pipes Bath Tubs Water Closets c Richmond at 15 To Insure a Living Colt 5 EC Money due when coit is foaled or mare parted with 44 B0GGS CO ad il Is left to the owner to give to the Plumber he desires and as I am a Practical number of 20 ears experience and intend to carry on the Plumbing Business in Richmond it will be to the advantage ol parties desiring to take water or gas to call and see my line ol CLIFTON BCRGIN Main Street opp Court House Brownmont 1905 Hi iviiun ami Reg - RICHMOND PLUMBING CO Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond Ky Â¬ Dark brown Stallion 16 hand high foalBred by W T ed May 3 Withers L xmgton Ky substitute IIvtliTtnts IIom Wools and l5ti eot AViifslieiis All kind of PIPE 4 Sired Ts y Almoat M 33ijle - CALIFORNIA UUI3VILLE 14 FIG SYRUP CO Nf iilum Eagle l T dam i SAN FRANCISCO CAL Kf NEW YORK Â¬ BATH O T2 Z 7 C Â¬ 1 r CLOSETS and all kinds ot ordered direct tor cost I will charge a reasonably low price to hang them thereby saving parties desiring Gas Fixtures half the cost CHANDELIERS WATER TIBS dam Ek ilaiii Mary Howe dam ilam daaa HORSE is by Zenith oiilirino Chief 11 by by Robin Urey liy Ii Mslley by Imp JanMa Sanitary Plumbers km and fa Fit a I m WILL 4 Â¬ a GC a a as 00 SB HYWARRANT ALL DRANTS AND HOSE TO GIVE SATISFACTION Â¬ n re -- i Â¬ Sl under any expense Doing the work myself and not being I will guarantee my bill to be reasonably low Â¬ z s H ro P 2 2 Z b V 31 JOHN H R1FFE Â¬ O S m c Z1 O 3 n C T WELLS og r-- a The Oiilv Coal Yard in Town Only a square from the Court House You dont have to send away out to the depot Â¬ C x s- - ft C Â¬ Qo co A ft c Coal n 09 lekrei to ujlrtoi Town Â¬ c oI O SB o a n M jo j 3 a Q i a m to O O Soit Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lamp Coal H s Quickest Delivery in City LOWEST Has never been train- Like yet can show a merrv cup WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF- Midway trial 22 and Aladdin h brothers lie shows the heavy mane tail of Mambrino and is an ideal prize winner Short fine back nine corded legs and perfect disposition Ahnont 33 the sire of Brownmont is by INCLiniNG Alexanders Abdallah and he by Rysdiks Hambletonian 10 Chandeliers c Globes Enbber Tubing by Maiulmuo Chief dam 2 ilain by Pilot Jr He is the sire of thirty seven in the 230 BATH TIBS AMDCL06K1 list inclndng Westmont 2134 1uritan 216 Fannv Witherspoon 2ifi 4 Ptedmcnt JENKINS GLOBE VALV 2 and Early Rose 74 Aldine 219 and grand sire of Belle Hamlin 4 8TPHONS ANT INSPIRATORS He is the sire of 31 marcs that have produced 36 pertormers including HOT WATER Winslow Wakes 214 a Alaba tr years old 21 J B Richardson 2 17 2 Catchfiy Silas Skinner 219 2ib4 and thirty prinkling Treasurer others He Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and has s7 sons that have sired 167 performers In all there are 31S 230 performers de scended from Almont You need not go to Cincinnati cr other places BROWNMONTS istdam is by Mam jr brino Chief the head of the greatest full stock of the late Our work is done by men brood mare family in the woild We delphia Mill supplies to fill all demands thus find in the yeins of Brownmont the blood of Hambletonian Mambrino Chiel CO and Pilot Jr backed up by a strong in funion of thoroughbred v Fllmbkrs to Richmond BROWNMONT has been in i since he was three years old and has had no track work and no chance in the stud JR- G In Kentucky he should make a great stock horse BROWNMONT will make the present season at my stables 2 mile from Faint Lick and 2 miles from Silver Creek at foal THIS getter without a vice and a Gas Fixtures of Every Description Brackets Stanards 1 22l 22 IhII 20 Street tr RICHMOND PLUHBIXti 37 DR G W EVANS W EVANS Â¬ o 3 o S3 - 5 c rr H - PRICES 20 to Insure a Hare in foal 4- GWEvans ESTATE Son v o Si r - g S - cs ss 3 6 35 c c Next to 2d Preib terian Church Not responsible for accidents J P EMBRY mI UtR ID COLLECTORS O O Â¬ WHEAT aM FLOOR Â¬ fur-love- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lots all well finished Elegant BUILDING LOTS Monev due when mare is parted with or FARMERS having Wheat should not bred to another horse otherwise when 40x1 w feet seperate or as a whole on We have a Sixty fail to visit us now Fifth Street is foael Barrel Full Roller Mill in operation and colt Ic THREE GOOIJ BUILDING LOTS KING RICHARD was sired by Old are turning out Powells addition his dam Pharos by Imported on Walnut Street Peavine Ihaeton 2nd dam by Glencoe 3rd dam 50x6o feet each WaMPi III UN hi a For prices on any of the above lie bv Woodford MRS PC W WIGGINS King Richard is a model horse with inquire of disposition He is a beautiful By any other Mill in this country Ver perfect chestnn 16 hands hijh weighes 1250 and chants should patronize hocne institui of finish to his colt a You will find imparts great deal when they can o as well have ever horse He our flour at all first clars groceries Vk seen out classes any sire ofwehigh priced as a uniform for horses out ot ordinary mares As an in Gold Dnsi dividual he has few equals as a sire He 100000 FOUNDS OF WOOL Potts a lecord that surpassi s anv of Or PURITAN it cant bo beat STONED ARBUCKLE We are in the market again this season We v ant 3 our his class Custom grinding daily for Wool and will pay the highest market wheat and corn at market prices price Cash for wool delivered at Kirks Yours resprctlully ville or any Railroad Station NOTICE TO CREDITORS Would be pleased to have the refusal of DDERS0N POTTS your wool and have you come and see us 40- before selling as we are confidmt we can make it to your interest Correspondence 3 D PARRISH solicited Respectfully Notice aeainst B WALKER BRO J J C PARRISH Coj Kirksville Ky 44 47 All persons having claims against Par notified to rish Hro Si Co Y IV H I I jvrf rtkc t hM We have closed out our stock of Dry present same to me are hereby proven and properly d ul rltr and wlo All par Goods c to quit the business rk mluun u verified on or before the 21st day of Sepntiuirutn Saw en MM Hm ties indebted to us are respectfully request tember 1891 at Richmond Ky by order T rintbwmil I H1 A lliiwh-red to come forward and settle immediate of Madison Circuit Court No for aw al m fMfui M hove EmHt sad mkiw ly Our affairs must be wound up Excellent country cured Hams 6 to J R BURNAM pounds at 10 cents Respectfully Commissioner Madison Circuit Court MILLION CROOKE BENNETT RMSTON HEATHMAN 47- 44 47 E C AJLUUT box as JLaurantst U1 SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new This great individual and sire of high QJJEEN ANNE COTTAGE 5 rooms priced horses will make the season of i8qi lot 32x150 to to foot alley Hallie Irvine Buy sell and exchange Ileal Estate and of S H Stone on Big Hill and Orange Streets al the stable pike one mile from Richmond at TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new Real Estate and general collection business to Insure a Living Colt 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant List your property at oncefor February KING RICHARD FOR SALE Thru RICHMOND KY tive attention to the in all of its del 20 catalo Paris Huttiriag and Cold Stores Cc Ik Tht Cut fyulk A- WANTED Ducrsons ie PRIItfCIPAI OFFICE PARIS KY RICHMOND KY BRANCH DEPOT J S READ THIS OFFICE BLOUNTS GROCERY 3000 t Country Hams BALED HAY 15 H I I have Fifty Tons of sale 47 - FT Baled Hay for Richmond Ky PERKP I THE CLIMAX re4ies4y fee Kr 13 Hll 1801 maker ana skirt band kkjii Strictly Pure Paint Vav your ga bills Bon the 15th wanted at W C Fitxpat- or the gas will be m ay at College Hill ceme- May JOth at L oclock - Sirawlxrry Me ami candy nnt on the Irvine at an early dav 1 irtou Minstrels home talent iien nouse nun pave a pKHl t iit l riiv I rks afternoon train left at msiead oi lis umial liour reyinf delegate to the State ford has tlit best look corn in the county out at the n the JiiLT Hill pike l ni at- - KieiiiixiiKl max the four published Individual deposits of linkerton brother r i of Prof lias been nominated by ouuiv Representative ilmiiim lion in of i k town one day last some of bit friends imbibing toe freelv girl and weighs seven irate i l Mali- ite their office them and the new hut eight to -- rl in t a ax iety of Workers resiivtenan church their Mihdav sihool ill give Mr J W Hales n sidence Thursday evening he- il i solicited to young A tv B Ar-tine specimen of jtho- iii their laud in Rock- This fniiij in the wurl We en have a rich lad Hi M i 1 ml Eaekiel More ol Kiel 1 have Bah tf Let baaaa i and laaMeaea te near Three See to W sold aaUitli and attend the sale KntfrlaiiiBirct - hence the hi hnrch will give an eater trl j r tin- bea- - rviue has ordered t which will add im at tract ions Everybody aad keep on the late ojiy id New Mill - uustKutiun furnished mil copies of the new kindlv to him by t re in pamphlet rioted in clear typi and lor peraaml and rcfer- to oar ctmnty the Climax lir rariui rs par- - to pardiaae - Madison geetle- a deacrip- for sale in having weii to it by 1 the luiddl i of wre in ai ie ver and think they can Valaatarv AsMgaarat i in hardware ind nr liniile a voluntary to 11 C Harris abort aay Laat years for this year are with no imaie- - he the oretocfc b ea de- be- - couple of Jak The liitrr lay and Wed in the vege- -- tluwer gardens Er Many On Ivcn where rered with aaideraUy in- mrh growths cire allow tbl tick slightly tall- - plant thin ill aaaar - were te Irviaf tullivaa- with two ra ni workman Â¬ laj in- of rails on tie east of Iticlimoi d - l comprises Trtntity church Climax with thirty five acre in the city taking in part of Broadway on Ixith sides It is valued at two hundred ami twenty six The direct heirs to this million dollar aatote we are laid are Rev J J Kd wards of Kstill county father of Mrs ral week r ion oi iae groiiml auJ a M H Pigg of Richmond and others of Malison countv O F Edwards and reventod sister and Mrs Gideon Taylor near Kaar Ears Richmond Also Mrs H H Fowler of thai iinlirtnnit onie i t cail Meadville Pa who ranted relatives most atsund The ever- - here last year i ken Concerning the Ed wards estate a resi and double- ik ImIIIv through the dent of Richmond one of the heirs puiiity It often happens sa s The Robt Edwards heirs are to meet travel five or ten miles t j at the Willard Hotel in Louisville Ky - of nature I Lot I - jiciifc lo mi on Thursday May 21 181 Among the eu a t tthat his mother or somo heirs that we are osted on are W T ad the aaan Edwards O T Edwards and their sisethina ooaaHy tlistressing ters the two Mrs Pigg all of this place C T Edwards of Whitewright livingncarRed House Texas Mrs EL H Fowler of Meadville the lusu natun Pa Rev J O Parsons Louisville Ky hina tig with four and J G Taylors family of Madison rely aaoaak it cannot county 1 1 street wor Irlvar The Rev James Jesse Edwards the it hath ears lint lnai father of the Richmond heir is a son of ml well and hooe Ir Oeorge Edwards of Virginia aad he tiiil you enjoying was the son of Jesse El wards and brother of James Edwards now living in Jonesville Ya Jesse Edwards was Uirkaoad lditur Killed n of Raker Edwards who had only ogham who started the two children the said Jessie and Bettie nond twelve years llcttie married a Knight Here is where or three ream fell Mrs Fowler comes in as a close heir ry window of the An- Raton the Revolutionary War Raker lum on Saturday Edwards Robt Edwards and John Ed- Â¬ ami was so badly injured wards hrothers from Wales came Tuesday Tim romaina and settled on Manliattan Island die Wednesday going to where New York City now stands and the fact of the accident About the time the war broke out Robt own He had been cou- - Edwards leased between SO and 90 acres 1 Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ plates al the depot in aawh- ain will carrv the sopplios - the work thei steadily on until At present not aaaaj day will le laid bat hacaeaaai The MaJ idition and ex WorLeonll of that Manhattan land to the Colonial JSEWS PARAGRAPHS Oovernment for ninety five years and went into the army and was lost at sea J Z Croxton died in Paris aged 47 in a naval engagement The lease has expired an I the most valuable por- Â¬ Lilly Cundiffdied in Lee county aged tion of New York City now stands on yearn the land and reverts to Rolwrt Ed- Â¬ K Daniel Pence died in Scott countv young lady who had visited relatives in wardss heirs according to that lease Richmond while be lived here The It is expected that the whole thing aged S4 years union was not a happy one Finally we will be explained at the meeting in Quite a strike pievails among the hear there was a separation and Cun- Louisville A lot of valuable old rec-Â¬ miners in the Jelico coal regions but no ningham finding little in the practice of ords will be shown serious trouble so far law got a position on one of the Kansas Dr W H Bowling Dean of the 1iri PERSONAL City papers Heavy work and financial versity of Louisville died Ti embarrassment bore too ban upon an alyears Mrs Will Scott of Clark is visiting morning aged ready erratic mind and he was brought Dr R L Davis of Chicago married Mrs C T Fox hack to Kentucky by a brother with the Miss JUlle RoBarda daughter of Dr W Miss MattM McIKiwell is greatly imhojie of rest ration hut he grew worse O RoBards in Boyle county last week proved since last weeks notice and was sent to Anchorage Contractor Stephenson while pulling Mr Carr of Bourbon came over last down the old Methodist church at AshMerry May in LaaawMte week to visit his son Mr F P Curr land WM killed by the fall of some tiin The I ft X will sell excursion tickets I J W Whitney of Iexington was liers at one fan- - round trip on following dates called here in consultation last week Joe Payne of New Castle received May llth to 15th inclusive good to reHon W 15 Smith and wife returned 000 in a suit against the L N railturn until May 19B1 May liith to yesterday from a sojourn in California road for personal injuries received while lata aad trains arriving in Ixiuisville lie Mis Nannie H larrishof Winchester in the employ of that road fore noon of May 19th uikkI to return un came over lat week to visit Miss Magtil May IMth Judge C E Kin aid arrived here 1 On May 12th to Kith inclusive Music Festival at the Audito- Â¬ gie larrish day and will remain with his mother in Mrs Millie Roggs of Missouri is visit- this county for several weeks rium under auspices of the Commercial He is looking wett Danville AdroeaU Club Hoston Symphony Orchestra 00 ing her brother Mr Alex Cornelison performers grand chorus of 250 voice near Richmond A cyclone passed through Paducah on and celebrated oloaaa On May 14th to Mrs Seiger of Ashland formerly Miss last Saturday evening and 17th inclusive Scott h lrish Congresa In- - Minnie Walker of this county was here ty thousand addresses by the last week visiting frauds city and hev lolm Hall and other distinguished Mr Campbell of Bethany West Va Mrs Fanny Scotch Irishmen resident of the United brother of Mrs I llageriiian is visit- the tire at the borne of her On May 17th 18tb and 19th ing his sister at Mailisn Female College T Chestnut in Boyle countv and was Oka Beuoioa This reunion will withMr John U Cornelison ot Ht Loaia so badly burned that she out doubt he the most intereting ever ami Alex Cornelison of Chattanoo Mt Sterling had a 20000 lire T helil by this benevolent order The proÂ¬ ga came last week to present at the day consuming the Commercial Hotel gram will consist of a society arade and burial of their mother Cockrell V Co livery stable the Presball at Auditorium on Monday an old C M Owaaa one of the Climax force byterian ehareb narrowly escaping Kentucky barbae Be and gorgeous sjieetai Mrs Robt Ranstlall has a snare drum ularatid illnininaUd parade on Tuesday went to Knoxville last week to accompa I Oa May 19th to tSad inclusive Jockey ny his mother an sister Mrs Dr K li which was used by her grand father in Club races spring meeting which bids and Miss Lizzie A Owens to Richmond the warof 1812 It ia in a fine state pre- Â¬ fair to ecliic all former meetings of this returning Saturday They will likely re- servation and quite an interesting relic Pari X celebrated club On May 20th to Bri side here in the future A California inclusive Ouirs Comic Often Company Chinaman refused to ac THIN COLUMN cept a paper dollar from the President in with Marie Tempest at the Auditorium Goose and visit with us Ask F I Carr Mr Harris ii Editor Thin Column I lieg leave fi payment for a trinket for tickets at reduced rates have a slight misrepresentation correct- hal to put up a silver dollar before the ed A year ago or BMre the Climax trade was consummated A Wrll Armed Squad Dr 1 F Jones the colored physician wrote me up at length ami gave my age Mr A C Baohaaaa this place re- at 111 I had a wife then aad didnt who came here from Ohio and located calls a bit of war experience that was cue how old I was Rut things have bat fall is receiving a fine practice He unusual ami at the same time had changed my good wife has gone tt the is a graduate from one of the best medi its humorous as well as serious great bevond ami I am well you know cal colleges in hi pases Marshall had come in from how it is with a widower and tint is John Carroll a white man has been Virginia with his army and upon the what makes me say what I do ofcojrse sentenced at May field to life imprisonreturn suffered the separation at no young good look ing woman wains to ment in the penitentiary for the murder Mt Sterling of his artillery from his marry a man who is 113 years old And of a negro in 1889 Carroll has recently army One hundred men with twelve I am not that old I am sine I cant be been discharged as cured Iroin the West Â¬ cannon started out by way of Jackson more than 55 or H The Register write ern Kentucky Insane Asylum and Catnpton They were unacquaint me up every week of late and I want it Although electric roads have been in ed with the route and captured Ruck to dont at least till I can get married operation only five years 50000000 a a guide They went into camp about some more Seems to me any way have been invested in them Horse a mile from a high mountain Ruck that if I were really 113 thesubect cars on the contrary have been in use felt entirely safe as a dozen guns halt of would be yours by right ot discovery sixty years and the investment in them tlit in lL poundcrs were certainly enough And again I dont see why the Register at the present day is but 68000000 for a hundred men Before daylight a wants to write me up three or four While a company of were citizen came into camp ami informed weeks in succession More than that I rehearsing a play in the opera house at them that five hundred Home Ouards to in slave times belong to the were gathering on the high mountain Tiptons and 1 sort o like to stand in Troy Ala the building collapsed and and at sun up would attack the camp with them yet I w ish you would kind about twenty young people were buried in the ruins Two young ladies wen When the morning was sufficiently o norate it around among the women light fle officers brought their glasses to the good looking young ones that Jm killed two seriously injured and many hear on the poiat in question aad true on the turf again or the caret which- others hurt What is called a tarili picture shows to information Home Ouards were there ever is right aad help me to lasso one The Captain ordered six cannon trailed of em Ill lie everlastingly obleeged to that the wages of jewellers in li tioni t Germany are only k cents a day on the enemy ami they were fired in a you Truly while in free trade England they amount volley Oewhillikin The whole earth Manvon Oldham SO The teaching- - of this picture shook and tree tojs fell as if a tornado obviously is that tariffs or their aba RELIGIOUS were in progress on the mountain One do not regulate Wl discharge was sufficient Iy the time Rev J A Sawyer of London occu- Â¬ the guns were re loaded theie was until Ir R P Townaend President of the ing to snoot at Mr Ruchanan carried pied the pulpit at the Methodit church Rank of Adairvillc was iatallv wounded by Marshall Myers aon of a prominent the squad through without turther war last Sunday night except tardea truck poultry yards The Union Sunday School Convention Adairville merchant between whom aad the like After nil lie enjoyed his will be held Bear Foxtowa on the first and Townsciid there had been a feud captivity Saturday in June Program Dubhebed The weapon used was a shotgun loaded with buckshot T E Raiawix Sec next week An Old Time Rare Winter Brewer one of the most popRer J W Harding of Winchester has Apropos of the candidacy of Hon John been called to Antioch church for this ular and Miccesciul sttck breed Young Brow n for Gov aaor we chronicle year and will preach his first sermon on Mercer county died a few days ago at the fact that in 1K -- 40 years Harrodsbuig of pneumonia He Sunday next Irriue Eejfe father-in-laof Archibald Iixou the Sunday next is Whit Sunday which is a widow and a grown son and a large Mr Brown visited Richmond as a candi family connection The funeral all Episcopal chord date for Governor on the Whig ticket celebrated by the day ujKiu which the Holy Ghost tea were conducted by Rev F S Iallelt Ocii Cas ius M Clay was the anti slavery Apostles at Jerusa- and were largely attended candidate and Laaama W Powell the descended ujxu the Mary Baker a negro woman of Bowl- Â¬ lem cratic candidate Powell Christ church services and the Holy ing Green while walking down Main and Gen Clay rot ed by onlj street Saturday 0io votes iii Madison mostly Whigs Communion Sunday morning at 11 oclock a m Evening prayer and ser- dynamite carti id thereby reducing LHxona vote Gen mon at 8 p in Sun lay sch iol at Clay received ite the pavement L V Mollett lie tor Hon Boot N Wicklilfe of Lexington a in Rev had been placed in SO Rev Alexander Henry of Yersailles uncle of Bev D L V Moffet of Rich public a pi ie devilish boys The eloquent and educated young mond was the Democratic candidate for an woman is in a serious condition Lieutenant Governor and was defeated minister has taken charge of the Presby Frank the son of Bob terian congregation in Reattyville and by ii145 votes will make this place his home Beatty Closky a cooper in the employ of Mr o Hickson made a speech at the Court i White was run over hv the yard ami there leiiig considerable flux riilt fTwti i jw ia engine at the K C freight dep i late which he was afraid he Rector Moflett has had posted in the went home with Capt P P Rallard who hotels bar rooms barber shops ami yesterday afternoon and bis lei ent other places large cards cordially invit- Â¬ badly mashed and his left thigh broken then lived at Kucll Spring and the night ing all visitors and other transient per- He was standing near the track and the Russell Spring is twelve miles south of sons to attend ati ikaa at the Bpianapal steps of a car struck him knocking him under the wheels Parts A Richmond and is named in honor of the church during their stay in town man who bad the contract for furnishing Mrs C L Bailey left last week for The following gentlemen have been the stone for len ireen Clavs house at chosen as the Vestry of Christ Fpiarial New York City to make a visit to her White Hall eighteen mile from the Joe church Richmond for the year ending husband whose businee cuts Lick Knob Quarry probably a century detain him in that city after which she Eister IMS J Stone Walker Senior The spring is a mile or two from Wanlen F B Crooke Junior Warden she will take passage in a French of the Climax the Knob The editor ami Treasurer French Tipton Clerk for Banana to be absent several months with hi lunch basket and Capt Rallard R W Turner Claude Smith I Shelby On her return home from Europe Mrs Bailey will he accompanied by her as a guide dropped in on the spring last Irvine Orville Kennedy Edward Paldaughter ami sinter Misses Ada Bailey i and ate dinner at this pioneer mer and Dixie Pepper JftsVoy 7 spring The water is abundant and cold A arapeviae twenty seven inches in cir- Â¬ The Georgetown Times aays Right HORSE NOTES cumference grows up into two cedar trees or nine years ago at the Paris Fair Mr that stand over the spring The laxaaaaa Stock Farm has an ar- Th is Smith of this county lost from bis This was the first election under the ticle entitled How to lay ofF a mile watch chain a gold locket which a present Constitution We can tell in three words how heir loom and greatly prized Sunday track while at Capt Boytona exhibition at employ an engineer to do it Tbe Mnards Kstatr tieneral Garfield the trotting stallion Switzer Mr Smiths brother Mr El The Climax is informed that the Robt Smith saw a negro man wearing the was sold at Youngstown O Edwards estate in New York City of record 2t 5 for it He claimto William Sly of Cleveland for 3500 locket and paid him which mention ha bean made in the ed to have bought it from another man the price to be increased if he gets a Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I i Â¬ 1 Â¬ i fined in the asylum only a few days and was sitting in the window and fell out a distance of sixty feet striking on his head Deceased returned to Springfield from Richmond and made a race for Congress Removed to Kansas City and liogan the practice of law Married in Missouri a j Camp grounds and adjacent proper- and it is the intention of the parties interested to maka big thing of Pinks Hill and the grounds round about It ontemplate1 to build hotel ami a mnitorhaa oa the hill with pleasure ms 40MS A tine race track giatxi -- ia in siaoies otc will Ikmade in the magnificent bottom oe-eupied by Col Parks farm The sanitarium will lie supplied with Rlue Lick water from the Upper and Lower Blue Lick Springs and shipped to all parts of the country The undertaking has long been talked of and if successful will he a great thing to Nicholas county The Louisville and Nashville is said to lie interested in the success of the scheme ig ty of the MadUon REPORT ot iheoiKtiiinnif the Farmers REPORT of the conditionRichmoud In the nfr Ht Bsik Kiclinoni iu the istate of btnte of ktiituckyT hi Ihe clooe of buslueMS tucky ai the close ot business May 4tb IW1 May 4 UOl In tbe Slate of May of the of the bich REPORT NATlSAIcondition at RlChroOud BANK Kentucky at the clone of tsti RESOURCES 3377H4 1EPORT i May Wtioor k4 SeeonJ Ot ISM RESOURCES - I I 1 1 I 0 - Â¬ Loan and tlsrountn 49USSS Overdraft wciietl HI iiiisacurtsi tsv 17 8 HoihN to swore 5000l clrcuUllon sitockn seciiriiis clainm etc ITm LHie from approved reserve HKents 32s line from other Niillit Manic Iue ftoni Stale KaliksHittl hankers oSt lnkliic - liuux furniture and 5 oo Batata Other real and lumigages owned 389 Current xpaaaas lm taxes paid l4otf Cheeks and other cash Items 412 Bills of other Ranks 515 Fractional pater currency nickels 17 and cents sPeoe I01I w Treas- Â¬ L iveueuipiion iwiii wun urer f per cent of eJrcBlaUoa 2550 I cite Total l5fifil2 A mad dog played havoc in the neigh- Â¬ borhood of Atoka Boyle county He first made bis apperance upon tbe farm of W A Caldwell where he bit a fine jennet valued at 1000 Toe jennet will die The dog reappeared near the place next ni ruing and near the blacksmith-shop of Joseph Vai Mark Â¬ ed Yanars lulls little son and badly wounded his rigid wrist After that he attacked and bit live dogs four cows and three steers all of which will have to he killed The animal then laid down in a field and W A up with i to kill the UaBILTTIES Capital st s k paid In Jln Surplus fund ftkflBtt CM Undivided proata 4511011 National limik notes outstanding Individual dVpiMUsnhjecl to cheek HrJLln Doe U other National Banks lue o Mate Ilanks and bankers TOTAX 410454 28 Imns snd discounts Loans and 12itK ol overdrafts Discounts Overdrafts secured and unsecured secured and unsecured I s ittniH to secure clreulallon are circulation 75X10 U Due xi I si Bonds to secure ileiHscsi Due from approved reserve ugeiils it ai w Due from approved reserve agents from other National Ba mi Due from other XiUIoiihI Banks lna 4i Due from s inkers 7 771 74 Due from state Banks and bankers Current exjsTtses ami taxes paid Banklua booae furniture and Premium on tT M Bond no tm fixtures Rills of oth r Banks Current expenses and tuxes paid xk as Fractional paper currency nickels w H Bills of other Ranks and cents 10 Fractional pitper currency nickels 22 S7 Specie W and cents Lecal Tender Notes 01 IUM fund uuuumi Redemption cent ofwith Icxal tender notes urer i per circulation 40 Redemption fund with U S Treas- Â¬ U0 urer 5 per cent of circulation 2JM 00 Total 110 LIABILITIES 5tVlt tvi Total Capital stock paid in LIABILITIES 35 IUS Itltll OnAIWIA M Capital stock paid In ii n Surplus fund staniius JUU1 97 Ni Cntltvldetl profits 00 National Bank notes oulslandin tttOS SS 27 individual deposit subject to check lw United state- - deposits Deposits of IT s di liirsinit officers LT 111tT 08 Due In other National ISmk m Tota 4 Dae to siate Banks and bankers 5 REsnlRtES e 0U m tt 4 Hi Loans and diaeoat Ovenl rafts secure Due from s Due from or Due from late Ko - U4SX f7 S3 7 11 is m 25 in tsaasl K v il HSMai t 230 S442JS5 0 U Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid a Tw -- I - 4saaal itaus a Total aaTl 1 ashler Subscribed and sworn to Is fore ue this llih day of May I tl KHT It Ecbnam Notary Public CoKEECT Attest JAMES BENNETT C V HlltNAM Directors THUS J SMITH STATE OK KENTUCKY County of Madison i s Pa ike- - Cashier f the nlsive naineil hank solemnly -- wear Unit the above statement is true to Ihe best of my knowledge and belief To STATE 116 XI B5 statk of kkntiikv I Ol N m TV Ml Is - HKKs KENTUCKY IJ E -i nnm D heiiauii Uashter of the alstve ahovi nasaed bank do soleitnly swar that the knowla menl is true to the beat of my J K Ubeexleaf Cm knowledge and Iwlief C D CHENACliT Casbter Suhscrilw1 and sworn to Hubserllad and sworn to liefore me this day of Ma llth day of May IN W CKSIk s P Dkatiiebaok Notary Public IOKKKCT AI Cokkeci A lest A It lilltVAM J WIVPKUTlJN l T X IIKNAM II H DlIIINiill Mt Directors Dire N I li DEATIIFU AiK HllllillT Ie I I TONE WALKER I day of CORREt M i mm the new M Cake Kilt ADMINISTRATORS aie at Sup Co latest Ir Â¬ hit a Peyton died in Madison count son of Wm Leathern Roth of the boys Thursday May 8th 1891 Buried in were taken to Junction City and a Richmond cemetry madstone applied to their wounds but Mrs Mary Cornelison wife of Alex their friends are earful that they will ander Cornelison died suddenly and unÂ¬ contract S DRIGGARS 40 Richmond Water and Liht Gs hydrophobia Par Kent New House of five rooms SA3LE OK Commis M iosers Sale PARRI1 a Â¬ JONOEKMNG The Farmers Cincinnati will Cattle 15 cents cents sheep ol FARMERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- and Drovera stockyards be opened May loth cales Klcents bona 5 cents - ir Haas ec Co of this city have t 10000 pouarJe of wool during tbe past week from various parties at 18 to 25 cents per poll IhimWh Advocate Save your Kentucky Blue Grass seed with Kings Patent Hand Seed Stripper Warranted to strip 20 bushels per day Order from your dealer or direct from B C Kino Carlisle Ky 18 10 It is said that the firm of Fursf A Summers who fattened 1000 head of cattle at Clenaniie distillery will make over 17JJU0on their cattle Thev paid Mr Geenbaum snuuo for his slop Miihrtiif Clipper Â¬ 1 K Kenton of Robertson has a that bas giren birth to three sets of twin calves in succession The first set as yearlings brought The sire of the remarkable cow was a twin calf as was also the mother M Kahn shipped last week the 3M liea of cattle he has been feelino at the White distillery near Paris They were Tennessee cattle and averaged pounds and were sold to Si Gold- Â¬ smith for something over 800001 Hon ow 1 I ViWioosri Miorrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ About 4ik cattle On the laris market day and all bat one bunch found ready buyers The best brought 4 to A few mules and borsesonthe s lL market Only a moderate attendance at curt on account of the farmers being busy planting corn and plowing J T Estill of Madison called on us yesterday He is the father of Mrs Jno Cunningham His brother Col Cliff Kstill the noted bachelor has been con-Â¬ fined with firip since last March Mr Kstill built the first tobacco barn in raised the first burley He dehorns all his cattle The largest shipment of live from this me time and llv the largest single shipment ever made left last week for Jen ey City N J ar ioads of 1015 bead owned by Mr Sotniners and slopped at ilcnarmc of the number were di tillery About bullocks and th rs They were all in excellent condition and would av Â¬ erage in the neighborhood of 17K curt Mad-i-onan- d expectedly near Richmond oa Wednes style on Fifth Street Mrs Kate G WlGOU 454S day night May 8th 1891 aged perhaps - years Was buried in the cemetery Ire Irraa She had lieen seriously ill but was By the gallon or any large quantity for much improved families or parties Best cream at reaFraak White died on the 14th of April sonable prices at 4 oclock in the morning He was in JOB GllNCHIGIILIANI 4S his 80th year ami had been in very feeBuy your ice from the Richmond Ice ble health for several weeks ami then Manufacturing Co 4s i8 took the grippe which sion put an end to his snnTeringi He was a brother to LITE STXK MARKET EEPOET Bob White at one time assessor of By IREENE EM BUY this county and a man whom every one LI e Steti CommlsMton Merehnts at Cinein null Iulou SlM k Yards Hiid Collusion liked and respected He was buried at MMMk YhhIh the graveyard near Judge Chamber OB SHIPPING CATTLE Wednesday The family have tbe sym Cincinnati Ohio May 11 i8oj pathy of that entire section BemHgriOe En it ry Good to Extra 5 00 Frank White lived for many years at Fair to Good 5o Common and Rough 45 Four Mile Kerry in Madison county and Good to Extra Oxen 5 00 w was a of James Isoin who Fair to Good Oxen 4 50 4 7S lived at the same place and was nearly a Common and Rough 2 COf i to hundred years old when he died BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra j S5MI c 40 Tribute sf Respect Fair to Good S4 5Wiikrkas It has pleased the Al- Extra Fat Steers 4 io Fair to Good Steers mighty Jod in his infinite ajatltaa to 5 00 Good to Extra 45 remove from our midst our beloved Fair to Good Cows Cows 3 brother Albertus Parke who departed Common Cows ioOt 2 03 I oo this life May 1st lsiH in the 7th year Rough Cows and Oxen I t He w its a consistent Chrisof his age BULLS tian gi ntleman bavin- - been a member Best Shipping 4 JS 4 SO Best Bologna 3 40f 3 6 of the Baptist church for several years Fair Bologna 3 001 3 J5 Also a worthy anember of Bush Union Fair to Good Feeders i4 No 17iS K it I U aad was buried by Common and Thin 1 the honors of that order the following FEEDERS AND STOCKERS day of bis death at bis home And Good Extra Steers 4 ob 47 while we niourii his loss we bow in hum Fair to Good Steers 4 oofrf 4 2 Good to Extra Heifers ble submission to His will know inp that 3 2jtt 3 50 lie doeth all things well That our Ion Common and Thin Stockers 2 oo 3 00 COWS ANDCALVh is his eternal gala Therefore lie it Grades I 41 504S 00 That in the death of brother Best to Good Fair 20 ooit o 00 Parke we sustain a great loss his wife a Common 10 oorjo 00 kind ami loving husband his children Best Veal Calves 5 758 6 00 Fair to Good an affectionate father the church a true 5 2510 5 50 Common and Heavy 3 002 4 10 Christian the vicinity a model farmer HOGS l nd That we cherish his memory in Butchers 5 io3 j 15 our hearts and extend to the bereaved Select Good Fair to Packers 4 ones our heartfelt sympathy and com Ciood to xtra Lights 5 mend them t Him who doeth all things Light Figs 3 90 well SPRING LAMBS 3rd That thememlx rs of Bosh Union Extra 7 75 7 a bodge of mourning for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-laÂ¬ 5 Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ fc CITY LOTS At 7 oclock p mon the premises we the administrators of Thos S Bronston deceased v Oa ARMER PAR By virtue of Specia Friday May22dal8S betwe M s Itatj Mi - 1391 Sell to the highest bidder that property the R N I V TRACT OF LAND situat B R R 25 ELEGANT LOTS suitable for residence each 50x1 to fc or pur- - in Ooal Central Kentuck- one acre of ground with a switch leading into it from said railr Sale will be positive and without reserve TERMS One fourth cash balance in six twelve and eighteen months at six per cent with liin deferred payments Sr CL I V CJ BRONSTON Mrs T S BRONSTON 871 4 Acres of Land made an a It is P S Person irchase or inspect this property call on GWI Real Estate Agts Burnam BIdng Richmond Ky 48 41 COLLECTORS - SALE OF i City Lots for to 16th 1891 property to ooo oo 2000 00 800 00 1500 00 Soo 00 10 00 00 00 Soo 00 I 1 of a jii PA I will offer at public sale in front Court house door in Richmond Kv SATURDAY 6 MAY the t THE NATIONAL NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 4th That a copv of these resolutions be presented to his family one spread on the Secretarys book one sent to the Climax and one to the Home Journal tor publication Svmi ei oclock pm LIST OF LETTERS Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office at Richmond Ky lor the week ending May 12th S j Mary Morgan as B Burton Jennie Mrs Moore Bell McMillian C A Chambers May Nave J V Coan Wm Park Thomas A 1111 Mary Wm cs F pay the ta the ea WHITES MsiagwU OF L0UX3VXLLZ J II A CM A - Grig Com J W N Eads L E 1akkfh Adopted Hay 9th A company 1881 ranuted at Har- - Mrs Rebecca Baxter Launey Clay Mrs Nannie Faulkner Mrs W II Grayson Mrs F J Miller 1 C Lyman Mrs B B McDowell Patrick McMahan Sr WE Myers COLORED Iii tiaaal nal leu uieruir hVasiuis Wli Ik Ani 0i 111 b Â¬ Frack May Huh - M Mrs whicll ma Sharker Jai R eving in the motto Live and let received pait ot their education Smith Jo ie It will Kek r Nora Louis Leevia live we have cut the yardage on live still be controlcd by President Williams Trihble A ex Lamp Paul in T C stsk down to one half the previous Young Annie Jenkins Talt Lost charges viz Cattle 12 eta instead of Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m A Moon stone Pin set around with II 25 Cta instead of li cts Money order and registered letter hours pearls was lost between First and Second prompt 7 a m to 6 p m Sheep 2 cta instead of cts This reW A POWELL p M duction will be in force on and after the Streets on Main Finder will please return same to this office and receive reabove date Our yards have undergone thorough ward ot f to STRICTLY PURE PAINT 4SMiss Sie Bennbtt repair and are second to none in the country for convenience and all desiraWaitrd ble accommodations ami we guarantee a and One Sleeve maker Skirt satisfaction to all patrons old and new hand in dress making room over Busy We call the attention of Painters and Beapectfulry everybody to our celebrated Bee Store it Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ 300 00 Joe Irvine Marian Irvine llarri tm Miller Letch Miller ydn Phelps Lewi- Simpson Millie Shearer Minerva Stone - joo Oo 250 00 hrs 4 4 not J ft oa 4- - with 5 ioo 00 2 It Thomas Walker Dow Winkfield Charley Yates 45 48 30O 00 1 Â¬ 250 00 J L BAXTER City Coll well kn 7 Full ai Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t mark better than 220 The A special from Nicholasville says large stables of S C Lyne situated near Rrannon on the Cincinnati Smthern railroad were destroyed by lire late last night and five valuable horses were burned His stallion imported Peceivcr which cost him 57000 was so badly burned that he mav die The bay horse that Dr H R Oibson bought of Win Gentry this county and sold to Mr Raylcss of Paris for 400 has 1000 He was out of a In en re sold for plain mare ami by King Richard one of Arbuckles stallions now makStone ing a season near Richmond King Richhigh ard has perhaps sired more priced horse than any stallion that has ever made a season in the county Among the commendable things that were done by the Chicago Convention was the recognition of the pacer in the charter of the new Register Aswxiatiou That instrument provide for the registration of trotting and pacing horses It was proposed that a similar provision be inserted iu the by laws A delegate sug that the pacer was sei ondary to Major Campbell Brown of the trotter not alTennessee wittily retorted ways The provision in the charter was deemed sufficient however to authorize the insertion of pacing pedigrees Stock Farm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington Jefferson Madison Mon roe and Tyler are buried iu Virginia Jackson Polk and JoIiiimui have their tombs in Tennessee Roth the Adams are buried in Massachusetts Van Ru ren Fillmore Grant and Arthur rest in New York Harrison and Garfield are buried in Ohio Taylor rests in Ken tucky Pierce in New Hampshire Ruch anan ropoaea la Pennsylvania Lincoln Â¬ ia j The Ladies Delighted The Pleasant effect and the perfect safe tv with which ladies may use the liquid fruit laxative Syrup ot Figs under all conditions make it their favorite remedy It is pleasing to the eye and to the taste gentle yet effectual in acting on the kidneys liver and bowels i 6 07 ss 43 Kentucky He has lately return 3 so I 07 3 3 34 his house throughout and among the at a 05 55 4 05 a as 4a 7 trections is a large and handsome soda a 45 7M 43 74 35 at all times one can fountain where 4SCL 5 37 II 7 re a cooling draught of this delight- Â¬ a 10 6 15 His6tockof toilet articles ful beverage P 21 and fine perfumes is complete and the pM pM AM AM sides this crime they committed numer ladies will find this at all times a pleasNo ia No a No 4 No it ous others which gave them a terrorizing ant place to call Pass Pasa Mix Mix notoriety in that jart of the State requir6 10 Gas Turned Off ia jo 05 ing the presence of the militia to keep the Winchester 7 15 3 40 15 a 33 Notice to consumers is hereby given year Ar Paris 7 48 4 50 11 during the court trials Tbe following quotations latrly repre 4 So from all w is in the California penitentiary n w burley tobacco 6 as 5 ao on or 6 38 5 35 Tr 200 ly and tal 6 50 7 06 to 3 73 7a he is under trial lor ry Trash 3 50 to 3oo 7 47 7 55 day Water Light Co kaora- 7 55 Th IS Mercury aays J Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to 550 M N Driggaks Supt 8 10 it 10 00 Ar Frankfort 845 Colory Lugs 600 to J1200 Pi Smith of Louisville and R M Common Leaf f 7 00 to 1100 Trtins dailv except Sunday representing Louisville Cincinnati and If you want to buv a Sulky Surrey Medium to Good Leaf GEO B HARPER Gen Supt 100 to 1600 j Lexington capitalists have secun Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 1200 Vernon Clark Gen Pass Agt tions on Col T S Parks farm the Deer- - he has the latest best and cheapest Select Wrappery Tobacco 22 to 2750 5- General Offics Frankfort Kr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Cadet The Allen Countv Rank of ScoUsville which assigned Tuesday OWW to deposit Â¬ ors ttOfiOO and creditors VviOO addition Â¬ al The members of the banking firm made individual assignments and the crash has carried down several of the Most prominent business houses of the Scottsville suffered greatly within place the last few months and was nearly de- stroyed by two fires In the last one the bank building burned It is thought the bank will pay its creditors in lull The Court of Appeals has affirmed the judgment of the lower court in sentenc ing Will Jennings the pal of Wilson Howard the outlaw of Harlan county to imprisonment for life Jennings and Howard were charged with the murder of John Bailey in Harlan county and lie Illinois--Tlit W A Peter Bapi Kentucky State Weather Service in co operation with the 1 s signal Ser vice for the week ending May Mb 18OT The weather of the past week was characterized by excessive sunshine deficient precipitation and the lowest temperatures oa record for the seaeoa Very severe and general frosts were reported throughout the State on tbe 6th In the Northern and and rcveuth Eastern counties minimum temperatures at and Itclow freezing point were The greatest aaaaaai from recorded these freezes appear to have occurred in the sections referred to In all parts of the State however the results ore very serious to fruits and gardens In the vicinity of Louisville grapes are al most totally ruined The injury to peaches and other large fruits may not great as it is now thought to le The frst caused much of the fruit to fall from the trees but as they were ttsi heavily laden this may lie beneficial There are some rejxirw of damage to wheat and corn but it is confined to low ground Some time will be required to form an approximate estimate of the damage done Tobacco plants are reported td lie very plentiful and of fine quality Rain is very badly needed and this combined with the cool weather has greatly retarded growth of all vegetation Dk E A CtRAXT Director Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pure - Ready - Mixed - Paint Canton Stork Kara Mr AL Thomas Supt of Caton Farm which we sell under the following posiI enclose you tive guarantee at Joliet III remarks We guarantee our Ready amount for six bottles of Quinns Ointment Mixed Paints when procrly applied to a As a rule I am conservative about saying good surface not to crack chalk or peel anything but alter one vearrs trial I must and to give perfect satisfaction as a first confess that it will do all you claim for it class paint and if after three years wear it fails to meet the above requirements it we agree to furnish paint free of charge Tomato Cabbane and Celery plants for to repaint building sale fresh from the bed by L Schlegel THE ILMANN PHILP0TT MTG CO Â¬ For Lumber Mfg k 47 10 00 BK MEN BWl Rl M PRICES OF LUMBER ON CARS AT FOBS Bill Stuff 16 it and under per 2dCom inch 3d Sheeting- ST ADMINISTRATORS Mi - 50 50 25 2t Ice Manufacturing Richmond Co propose to sell the best Ice as low as the lowest 45 iS Littles Barber Shop Kraeved George T Litte has removed his barber shop down street to the house formerly occupied by SanJers cigar store second door from Herndons corner He invites his old patrons and the public genCustomers erally to call promptly waited upon Everything clean and first 12 class and the best of work done Â¬ Â¬ The aaA full stock hand and for sale by 4821 W of these paints on 00 CFITZPATRICK Dressed Finishing 1st Flooring and Ceiling 2d SALE As Administrator of Wl I will on ody id t v Â¬ I BETWEEN No 1 Dressed Weatherboards 15 00 2 12 50 Tuesday May bidder all the 19 91 3 10 1 Lath Pickets M ft 00 on the premises near Kin 75 couitv Ky proceed to sell to xj 35 The Ice Factory asks for your patronage See their Agent 45 18 Good front and back rooms on Main street suitable for young men Cheap Apply at Climax office 33- W P Baxter painter and paper hangSee him and get er does the best work a good job 29- has a quantity of new Sulkies Surries and 3uggies of the newest and most popular pattern and at very reasonable figure 5Â¬ BMlialpIDLoM SHORTEST AND qUlCKBST lots a discount of 00 per except Pickets and Lath eeyDelivercd prices made known on Address application adTln Car PERSONAL PROPERTY consisting in part of wWmv FORD LUMBER CO 47 46 Ford Ky Twelve 4 - Mules 10 - Cincinnati and Frankfort To Applicants for Water Frankfort Georgetown Paxil aad If Notice to prospective Water consumers you make application for water while aiduaoal No Omsitiu Tranafer the pipe are being laid and ditch is open ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND Only direct line between Oxen Horses Cows Old Steers ihe Farm Implemi Effects and the STOCK now in 07 GOODS Donklson Â¬ A Pleasant Keort Last week while in Lexington we dropped in to see our old friend J C Bryant on the corner of Mill and Main streets who has one of the finest and most elabo Â¬ rately equipped drug stores in Central Â¬ Trains run by Central Standard Time Time Table December 15 1890 TRAINS EAST No I Pass S 5 Louisville liy tilover Tobacco Durrett Market store at Kingston aQarTerms liberal and made known on ditch has to be re opened afterwards for the tap to be made a charge of 2 50 will day of sale J STONE WALKER Make opplica be imposed for the tap Administrator 47 48 tion to M N Driggars Supt of in front of your premises the tap will be made without any extra charge If the Louisville loluicio Ware- - House Sales on our market for the week iust Lv Frankfort Elkhorn I amount to Switzer 2515 hds with receipts ptng Ground of 057 his Sales an same period our market since January 1st amount to Newtown 6 hiU Sales of the crop of 1S90 on entrevtlle Ar Pans our market to this date 3939I hds Lv Paris via K The characteristic feature of our market Winchester this week has been its irregularity necessitating an unusually large per cent of re- Ar Richmond at the same time some remarka Â¬ jectionbly fine sales have been made of the good TRAINS WEST of leaf and all and fine grades grades with color have been higher in the past few days than at any time during trie lv liir hmoitd via K No 3 3 Pass 3 Mned 12 a M No 7 RICHMOND WATER 4- Si LIGHT CO - BI8LES FOR EVERYBODY 45 5 as Stockholders Mooting The at the drut Richmond The annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Richmond Water Si Light Co will be held at the Companys office in Ky at 11 oclock a m Richmond Wednesday A Cmas S Powell Secy May 13th 1891 E BOARDMAN Prest 47 48 Brrx in 1 and a large numbe Testaments They offer them at extre low prices to those who are able to buy and propose to give them away to all Ministers through are not able to buy out the county are requested to see that the poor of their respective vicinities are suppled 40 48 L CRCTCHER President Mad Nat Bank Notice to Bettors It being necessary to settle the partner- ship of Jennings A Gibson the bills due them as well as tnv individual bills have been placed in the hanis of Mr P II livan who alone is authorized to collect and receipt them I hope no one will take offense as my long continued illness ren ders it impossible for me to give it my at tention WILL JENNINGS April 7th 1891 43- - Turnpike Election Stockholders in th nc1 tucky River Turnpike Co are hi titled that the annual election lor oftVira of said company will be held at the storeÂ¬ house of J B Walker it Bro at K ville en the 1st Saturday in Mav 1891 JB C CURI WALKER Treas fined in the asylum only a few days and of that Manhattan land to the Colonial NEWS PARAGRAPHS was sitting in the window and fell out a Government for ninety five years and distance of sixty feet striking on his head went into the arm v and was lost at sea 18 1891 J Z Croxton died in Paris aged 47 KfiAesiTt Deceased returned to Springfield from in a naval pnga uicnt The lease yesirs Richmond and made a race for Congress has expired and the most valuable por akl lioni wanted Billy CunduTdied in Lee countv agenl Removed to Kansas City and began the tion of New York City now stands on 8S years practice of law Married in Missouri a the land and lee local reverts to Robert Ed- Â¬ Daniel Pence died in Scott countv Pure Taint at W C Fittpat- - young lady who had visited relatives in wardss heirs according to that lease -Richmond while be lived here The It is expected that the whole thing aged 84 years LkV l union was not a happy one Finally we will be explained at the meeting in Quite a strike prevails among the ftay your gas bills or the gas will be hear there was a separation and Cun- Â¬ Louisville A lot of valuable old recÂ¬ miners in the Jelico coal regions but no i Vgtonon in ningham finding little in the practice of ords wiil be shown serious trouble so far Demotion day at College Hill ceme law got a position on one of the Kansas Dr W H Bowling Dean of the Ini PEUSONAL City papers Heavy work and financial t Ja Mtt at 2 oclock versity of Louisville died Tu fete and candy hont on the embarrassment bore too bard upon an al Â¬ HiawN-mMrs Will Scott of Clark is visiting morning aged 51 years ready erratic mind and he was brought I R Irvine at an early day Dr R L Davis of Chie ago married m of Urn Mrs C T Fox back to Kentucky by a brother with the Miss Belle Bollards daughter of W liomj talent hope of restoration Rurton Minstrels Miss Mattie McDowell is greatly im- Â¬ but he grew worse O RoBards in Boyle county last week house and gave a good and was sent proved since last Fhe climax KT I 1 -- wM Ir to Anchorage weeks notice i g Camp grounds and adjacent proper- Â¬ ty and it is the intention of the parties interested to makeva big thine of Parks Hill and the grounds roundabout It iitemplatcd to build hotel and a sanitarium on the hill with pleasure grounds adjoining A fine race track splendid grand stand stables Ac w ill lie made in the magnificent bcttom oc cupied by Col Parks farm The sani- Â¬ tarium will lie supplied with Blue Lick water from the Upper and Lower Blue Lick Springs and shipped to all parts of the countrv The undertaking has long lx cii talkeel of and if successful will he a great thing to Nicholas county The I otusville and Nashville is said to lie of the se heme interested in the Â¬ s of th- - condition of the af adiaon the W rv NationalthiKltllonaf of businew mate of Kentucky the Richmond In llie Bank l Kiclnnonil lu llie REPORT -- 1 lUt at close of business clone i ucky liie Mate OI M lll TiEPORTof 1WJ May 4th hi May 4 law of the bich of the REPORT of the condition of tha Ssesael REPORT natiohalcond lion at Richmoid Ik W at Kirhnaood bank In the mate of Kentucky at tb close of State of Keutucky a Uiecloaa of May 4 IBM baaiuesa May Itli Ml RESOURCES RESOURCES REHOUKCEH UKVBS SS Loans and discounts 6ki Mt Overdraft seemed and unsecured SOOmi Oil D 8 Bond to aecare orculxtion iUU U0 stlocks securities claims etc Hue from approved reserve agents Ssh St St line from other Nations Bnnks 580 TS Hue from MMlv Hunks and bankers Hanking - house furniture anil 5 500 0 llxluie- Other real estate and mortgages tjm m owne1 1406 10 tun ent ex peuaes and taxes paid I hecks and other cash Items 6412 IX 614 00 Rills of other Banks Fractional paper currency nickels 17 40 and cents Specie 10611 00 Redemption fund with L St TreasXJSO 00 urer o per c eut of clrcnluliou Â¬ RESHIURCES liiimciit Total fl l 442985 C Total STATE bers STATK OF KENTUCKY Cocsty or Madison- - j u s Jos Payne of New Castle received Walker the above- IJ s I J E Green leaf Cash ier of the ato do solemnly swear that the nameel bank do solemnly swear that the na 9000 in a suit against the L Ac N railmt td has t he heft look above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and u- la true to the beat of my road for personal injuries received while knowledge aud belief u 11 II llie lu iiirivuuii ith-shop of Joseph Vanarsdall attack Â¬ in the employ of that road J E UacaisLBAr Cashier J8T0NE WALKER Cart Ier lth I the Big Hill pike Safceeribed and sworn to before me this th ed VanarsdaUs little son and badly Subscribed and sworn to before me this Mb Judge C E Kincaid arrived hers TuesÂ¬ day of May 11 day of May Ml R E Tcblby Notary Public i menu oi tie lour day and will remain with his mother in wounded his right wrist After that he Jno W Cbooke Jb NotaryPuolic Cobbict Attest in Richmond published Corbbct Attest this county for several weeks He is attacked and hit five dogs four cows ami three steers all of which will have to be J P TRIBBIK J WCPERTON looking well tax Individual ceposits Danville Adinenl T s BU RN AM Jt Directors killed The animal then laid down in a S D I IK near Richmond L M BR1U11T A cyclone passed through Paducah on Mrs Soger of Ashland formerly Miss last Saturday evening and destroyed field and W A Caldwell came up with i v IV Imkerton iirotucr ot rrol un The ailed to kill the ADMINISTRATORS Coke Kor Sale Minnie Walker of this county was here twenty thousand dollars worl DIKI - been nominited by n and re An coke for sale at last week visiting friends ertyand injured several for Rejiresentiitive of ceived thi Miss Leila Peyton daughter of John il the new gas works Price Mr ampU 11 of Bethany West Va agal ust Hon S II Mrs Fan n v B I t bit a Peyton died in Madison county on yesterday M N DRIGGARS Supt brother of Mrs B C Hagerinan is visit- the fire at the home of her son of Wm Leathers Both of the boys Thursday May 8th 1881 Buried in Richmond Water and Light Co 40- ing his sister at Madison Female College T I Chestnut in Boyle county and was bitten were taken to Junction City and a si M PARRISH ac in town one t ay last Richmond cemetry For Krai Mr John H Cornelison ot St Louis so badly burned that she may YS ma lstone applied to their wounds but thai some of his friends Mrs Mary Cornelison wife eif Alex- Â¬ ARMER PARR ISH and Dr Alex Cornelison of ChattanoofQtXOOO lire Mt Sterling had I New House of five rooms Gas latest Thurs their fiieins are fearful that they will ander Cornelison MVn imbibing too freely died suddenly and un By virtue of a judgment and order of ga came last week to be present at the day consuming the Commercial Hotel style on Fifth Street contract hydrophobia pri and weigh seven expectedrr near Richmond on Wednes Â¬ sale rendered by the Madison Circuit burial of their mother Mas Katr G Wiggins Cockrell it Cos livery stable the Pres4S 45 Court in the above stvled action a day night May 8th 1881 aged perhaps 1801 byterian church narrowly escaping the undersigned C M Owens one of the Climax force March Term Ice lira ti i yeais Was burieel in the cemetery Hhil ten of the magistrates in MadiSpecial Commissioner will on went to Knoxville last week to accompaMrs Robt Ransdall has a snare drum She hail been seriously ill but was By the gallon or any large quantity for The Farmers and Drovers Stockyarels At 3 oclock p mon the premises we aant to vacate their offices ny his mother aud sister Mrs Dr R B which was used by her grand father in the administrators of Thos S Bronston much improved families or parties Best cream at reaCincinnati will be opened May lfith May 1891 them and tl e new and Miss Lizzie A Owens to Richmond the war of ISIS It is in a tine state pre- Cattle 15 deceased wil cents calves 10 cents hogs I Frank White dieel on the 14th of April sonable prices allow but eijht to returning Batmlaj They will likely re- Â¬ servation and quite an interesting relic cents between the hours of 2 and 4 oclock P sheep 31 cents at 4 oedexk in the morning He was in Joe Giunchighliani M MUUtv sell at public sale on the premises to side here in the future Part On Is and be t bidder the following M17 of this city have his 80th year and had been in very fee r - tr Haas A Co Mr a Buy your ice from the Richmond Ice a society oir l iieenui he orders A California Chinaman refused to acJ raal estate Ac bought 101100 pouud8of wool during the ble health for several weeks and then Manufacturing Co THIN COLUMN i8 4 l 1resbvterian church with Marie Tempest at the cept a paper dollar from the President in past week from various parties at IS to took the grippe which soon put an end to Auditorium Sell to the highest bidder that propertv r their Miiiday school will give Come and visit with us Ask F B Can his sufferings He was a brother to LIVE STOCK MAEZET EEPOET lying between 3rd and th streets adjoin Editor Thin Column I beg leave to Iiymeut for a trinket Mr Harrison 25 cents jer pound iMtnviU Aliv itc V Bales residence Mr I had to put up a silver dollar before the tor tickets at reduced rates By GREENE A EMBRY BRR ing the depot of the R N I have a slight misrepresentation correctsituated in Madison coeinty Ky on the Save your Kentucky Blue Grass seeel Bob White at one time assessor of Thursday evening be 11 e Stock Commission Merchants at Clucin consisting of reek waters of the blast Kork c ed A year ago or more the Climax trade was e onsummatcd with Kings Patent Hand Seed Strippe r this county and a man whom every one nail Union Stork Yards nud Covington koek All are solicited to A Wrll Armed Sqaaa ind bounded a likexl and respected Dr B F Jones the colored physician Warranted to strip 20 bushels pe r day He was burieel at stock Yards wrote me up at length and gave my age linj at a stone and an uni Mr A C Buchanan this place re- at 113 I had a wife then and did 1t who came here from Ohio and located Order from Judge Chandlers on side of the creek corner to voiir de aler or direct from the graveyard near SHIPPING CATTLE Wednesday The family have the sym Scuddct thence up t tfon Walker and Kzekiel Field have calls a bit of war exierience that was care how old I was But things have last fall is receiving a fine practice He R C Kim Carlisle Ky eVftk Cincinnati Ohio May It 1891 Beattyville unusual and at the same time had changed my good wife has gone to the is a graduate from one of the best medi pathy of that entire section law store ot M B Ar S63 E 7 H poles to a si suitable for residence or lusiness purIt is said that the firm of Furst t E piies to a ake a corner to Also the best Good to Extra Enitrjirite 5 501 as well as serious great beyond and I am well you know cal colleges in Ohio Peril V line sjK oinien of litho- - its humorous 5 60 poses each 50x140 feet Summers who fattened 1000 head of Greens heirs now John jreei 00 4 73 for many years at Fair to Good - pases Marshall had come in from how it is with a widower and that is Frank White lived their lands in KockEJeihn Carroll a white man has been cattle at Glenarme distillery will make with his line V 57 75i pok Common and Rough 3 75 4 50 Four Mile Ferry in Madisem county and Good to Extra Oxen is foncd in Virginia with his army and upon the what makes me say what I do of course sentenced at Mayfield to life imprisonbuck 4 7c 5 00 over 170U0on their cattle Thev paid to a kvafrw localities in the world We return suffered the of James Isom who Fair to Good Oxen was a separation at no young good looking woman wants to ment in the penitentiary for the murder 4 501 4 7S Mr Geenbauiu cd 1000 for his siop containing early stake corner to J A 1y Mt Sterling of his artillery from his marry a man who is 113 years old lived at the same place and was nearly a Common and Rough tli men have a rich fine 3 50 in Central Kentucky Carroll has recently Midway dipper And of a ne gro hi 1889 W one acre of ground with a switch leading with Thomas Eli ons lit BUTCHER CATTLE armv One hundred men with twelve I am not that old I am suie I cant lie been dilltargcd as cured from the Westhundreel years old when he dieel no poles to a stake in Otter Creek into it from said railroad Sale tf Ltts Hon E Kenton of Robertson has a Good to Extra 5 lyt 5 4 up the creek cannon started out by way of Jackson more than 55 or GO The Register writes ern Kentucky Insane Asylum Tribute of Respect Sale will be positive and without re- tnence he valuable business and resi cnee cow that has given birth to three sets of Fair to Good 5 5 40 and Campton They were unacquaintme up every week of late and I want it serve Although electric roads have been in twin calves in succession 5 poles to a stake the s Wiikbeas It has pleased the Al- Extra Fat Steers 4 io The first set Iroiiston estate near Three ed with the route aud captured Buck to dont at least till I can get married operation only five years 50lX0nKi Fair to Good cash balance in E 14 3 10 poles to the beginning TERMS 4 75a S 00 56 as yearlings brought to lie sold publicly See as a guide They went into camp about The sire of mighty tiexl in his infinite wisdom to Good to ExtraSteer Cows Seems to me any way hare been invested in them some more 4 2et 4 So six twelve and eighteen months at six mining Hone from our midst our beloved Fair to Good Cows id attend the sale 3 J0 4 00 per cent with lin to secure deferred a mile from a high mountain Buck that if I were realiy 113 the subject cars on the contrary have been in use the riiuarkable cow was a twin calf as remove who departed Common Cows w is also the brother Albertus Iarke 2 ptf 3 00 payments ether 1 felt entiiely safe as a dozen guns half of would be yours by right ot discover KiirrtainafBt sixty years and the investment in them 1 oo Rough Cows and Oxen 75 CJ BRONSTON M Kahn shipped last week the 306 this life May 1st 1891 in the 37th year them 12 pounders were certainly enough And again I dont see why the Register at the present day is but 5UX000 I eks hence the ladies of Â¬ BULLS Mrs T S BRONSTON This Ian head of cattle he has been feeding at the of his age He was a consistent Chrisnrcii win give an eiter- - for a hundred men Before daylight a wants to write me up three or four it well watei While a e ompany of amateurs were G G White distillery near Paris They tian gentleman having lieen a member Best Shipping 4 Je 4 citizen came into camp and informed weeks in succession of proposed More than that I rehearsing a play in the opera house at Best Bologna rt housc for the ben 34 P S Persons desiring to purchase or ter milethe Countv e altle were TenneaaM and averaged of the Baptist church for several ye ars Fair Bologna which them shat five hundred Home Guards I used to in slave times belong to the 3 cot 3 this propertv call on inspect Troy Ala the building collapsed and 1090 pounds and were sold to M Gold Also a worthv member of Bush Union Fair to Good Feeders 2 2scb 2 trade an appropi Son G W Evans lrviue has ordered a f200 were gathering on the high mountain Tiptons and 1 sort o like to stand in about twenty young ieople were buried It is near church an Xo 1728 F L IT and was burieel by Common and Thin 2 oo 2 smith for something over 20000 ii oiittit which Real Estate Agts Burnam Bldng is not tar from ReJ l will add im and at sun up would attack the camp with them yet I wish you would kind in the ruins Two young ladie s were the honors of that order the following FEEDERS AND STOCKERS SicholatcilU Democrat pactions Kverytodv When the morning was sufficiently o norate it around among the women Richmond Ky Kent48 40 killed two seriously injured and many day of his death at his home And Good Extra Steers 4 to 4 75 is well set in gi Aoout 400 cattle on the Paris marke t lyto p and keep on the light the officers brought their glasses to the good looking young ones that Im others hurt while we mourn his loss we bow in hum- Fair to Good Steers 4 ooii 4 25 ie acres of splent court day and all but one bunch found lear on the joint in question and true on the turf again or the carpet whichGood to Extra Heifers the dav and date 3 50 What is calkd a tariff picture show s ready buyers The best brought 4 to ble submission to His will knowing that Common and Thin Stockers 3 23 3 00 COLLECTORS 2o to information Home Guards were there ever is right and help me to lasso one SALE dc Tins lar and the costs of bt of 4091 New Cssstitatisi that the wage s of jewellers in Protec S425 A few mules anel horses on the He doeth all things well That our loss ioi tf will be made on a COWS AND CALVES TERMS The Captain ordered six cannon trained of em Ill be everlastingly obleeged to is his eternal gain Therefore be it tionist Germany are only 80 cents a day market Only a niotlerate attemlanee at credit Icrk Hill kmdlv furnished on the enemy and they were fired in a you OF Best Grades 42 50945 00 Truly Krwlved That in the death of brother while in free trade England they amount e claer will be re 20 oo30 00 thousand copies of the new volley Gewhillikins The whole earth ourt on ace ount of the farmers being Parke we sustain a great loss his wife a Fair to Good Maxyon OimiAM blto the undersigned 10 oo2o 00 Common to 150 The teachings of this picture sent to him by the Sate shook and tree tops fell as if a tornado busy planting corn and plowing cent interest Iroin d c 7t 6 00 kind and loving husband his children Best Veal Calves obviously is that tariffs or their absence RELIGIOUS Thev are in pamphlet were in progress on the mountain One reerved on the land J T Estill of Madison called on us an affectionate father the church a true Fair to Good 5 2ii 5 50 elo not regulate w money is paid havir in clear tyiK mid discharge was sufficient By the time Common and Heavy 3 oo 4 10 rday He is the father of Mrs Jno Christian the vicinity a niodel fanner of a judgment Rev J A Sawyer of London Dr R P Townsend President of the HOGS lor erusal and refer- - the guns were re loaded theie was noth His brother Col Cliff Cunningham PATT1F P ARRIS 2nd That we cherish his memory in the pulpit at the Methodit church Bank of Adairville was fatally wounded Estill ad them to our county ing to snoot at Mr Buchanan carried 5 15 5 io SpecI Comr M the notenl bachelor has been con Â¬ our hearts and extend to the bereaveel Select Butchers Fair by Marshall Myers son of a prouiineut fined with grip since last March 4 653 5 00 C mt- Tum Ffrk with this issue of the Climax the squad through without further war last Sunday night Mr ones our heartfelt sympathy and com Â¬ GoodtotoGood Packers I will offer at public sale in front of the Extra Lights 4 75d 5 00 The Union Sunday School Convention Adairville merchant between whom Estill built the first tobaero barn in Mad mend them tu Him who doeth all things Light Pigs except garden truck poultry yards in Richmond Ivy on 3 90 Court house door 3 751 After all he enjoyed his will lie held near Foxtown on the first and Townsend there hail been a feud isonand raised the first hurley He dehorns well and the like SPRING LAMBS fur Karairrs SATURDAY MAT 16th 1891 Saturday in June Program published The weapon used was a shot gnu i captivity sTwsWhnw CUiun all his e attle Pari ord That the members of Bush Union Extra 7 50S 7 75 son have several rar- with buckshot tihelby Stmt T E Baidwix Sec next week The largest shipment of live Stock wear a badge of mourning for thirty between the hours of 10 oclock a m and Msiag-Lo-akciapurchase Madison An Old Time Rare Winter Brewer one of the most pop- from this place or some time and possi Rev J W Harding of Winchester has 6 oclock p m the following propertv to tioi NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Iarties having such to Apropos of the candidacy of Hon John pay the taxes assessed againt the same for called to Autioeh church for this ular and successful stock breedV 4th That a copy of these resolutions ble the largest simile shipment ever oiisult these eeutle- - Young Brown for Governor we chronicle been the year 1S90 fear and w ill preach his first sermon on Mercer county elied a few days ago at made left last week for Jersey City N J be presented to his family one spread OF Or LOTTISYILLE issue a descrip- - the fact that in 18140 years ago whites Harrodsburg of pneumonia He leaves The shipment consisted of V car loads of on the Secretarys boeik one sent to the Sunday next Irrhie Eagle I Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office Mrs Rebecca Baxter Late for sale in Archibald Dixon the father-in-la4 600 00 of 2000 00 Sunday next is Whit Sunday which is a wielow and a grown son and a large e attle numbering 1015 head owned by Climax and one to the Home Journal at Richmond Ky for the week ending Launey Clay il by the middle of Mr Brown visited Richmond as a candi J H Leathers President The funeral servi- Mr Soiunie rs and slopped at Glenarme tor publie ation 800 00 May 12th 191 Mrs Nannie Faulkner celebrated by all Episcopal churches as family connection i lexsure in advr- - date for Governor on the lug ticket 11 Grayson 1500 00 Mrs W ces were conducteel by Rev F S Pallett distillery Morgan Jas B Brock Mary C M Phillips GetAbout 50 of the number were Samvki ilili ad think they can Gen Cassius M Clay was the anti slavery the day npou which the Holy Ghost Soo 00 Mrs EJ Miller Burton Jeinie Mrs Moore Bell VCom W N Kuis bullocks and the rest steers They were descended ujon the Apostles at Jerusa- and were largely attended D C Lyman all parties 300 00 McMillian C A h The Natuiaul Is Chambers May Reasons J L E Parker candidate and Lazarus W Iowell the lem Mary Baker a negro woman of Bowl all in excellent condition and would av -- r 2500 00 Mrs B B McDowell Nave J A National Coan Mike Superior Adopted May Mi I88L lieniocratie candidate Powell was elect 500 00 Patrick McMahan Sr Park Thomas lintan Assiarat Dickerson Wm ia Christ church services and the Holy ing Green while walking down Main erage in the neighborhood of 1700 Clay got 80000 ed by only 850 votes and Gen WEMyers Qum Mary Ellitnore Ann M A company his been organized at Hirr in hardware and Communion Sunday morning at 11 street Saturday morning stepped on a pounds per bead VYefiraj Clip Riclu y James F COLORED Faucette Win 600 votes in Madison mostly Whigs It iVes no ing to take charge of Daughters am Evening prayer and ser- dynamite cart ridge- w hich exploded blow- IS Y mi v Gb a made a voluntary Kila 5o 00 mature in thereby reducing Dixons vote Gen oclock Frank Barnes College at that place an institution in Green r Betv to II C Hariris mon at 8 p m Sunday school at 930 ix 00 ley Barms dividend not Clay received ifiBO votes in the State I It does nc Covington Ky May loth 18L the pavement There were three of the which many voung ladies of this county Sharker Ja R irijjs M Mrs 100 00 earned ar as a short wiy a m Rev D L V Molfett Rector Mat Campbell Jr declared divide Hon Robt N Wicklitfe of Lexington Smith J LViieving in the motto Live and let received part of their education Keiier Nora cartridges and then had been laced in so -- 00 00 It will Mariali Green Ijurt years isineas per cent of a largest tieRev Alexander Henry of Versailles Tribble Alex Louis Leevia uncle of Rev I L V Moffet of Richwe have cut the yardage on live still be controlel by President Williams Susan Hollowav public a place by some devilish boys The live 3o 00 Stae tat for this year afe Vaughn T C Lamp Paul candidate for an eloquent and educated feaag woman is in a serioafl condil 00 mond was the Democratic 300 Joe Irvine stock down to one half the previous 3 Its dividends are from earnings and I Young Annie with noliiime- Jenkins Taft Lost Marian Irvine 250 00 not from assessments Lieutenant Governor and was defeated minister has taken charge of the PresbyCattle 12 eta instead of son of Bob charges viz Frank the 00 from 6 a m to 7 p m Post Office hours Harrison Miller 400 incut so he de by i14o votes terian congregation in Beattyville and 4 It is the most liberal and equ A Moon stone Pin set around with Money cts instead of ti cts lets Hogs order and registered letter hours Letch Miller gdn Phelps hrs 45 00 with its shareholders in the matter of Closky a cooper in the employ of Mr tune by the forelock bo Beattywill make this place his borne Dickson made a speech at the Courtof 5 cts 00 j loars and withdrawals This reÂ¬ pearls was lost between First and Second prompt 7 a m to f p m 700 Lewis Simpson G White was run over bv the yard Sheep ZfCtB instead ned He will nav W A POWELL pm 200 00 Millie Shearer Streets on Main Finder will please rehouse and there being considerable flux ville Enleryrite It does not compel us oorrowers 10 5 fer r engine at the K C freight depot late duction will be in force on and after the a nfill f tll 00 carry two shares for each too beirr Mineiva Stone turn same to this office and receive reRector Moffett has had posted in the hereabouts of which he was afraid he 00 yesterday afternoon and his left foot alwve date 300 Thomas Walker 6 Its Board of Directors comprise the went home with Cant P P Ballard who hotels bar rooms barber shops and badly mashed and his left thigh broken Our yards have undergone thorough ward ol 10 - 150 00 most substantial and o Dow Winkfield STRICTLY PURE FJLVT Charley Yates Miss Sue Bennett 4800 nesa men in the city c then lived at Russell Spring and nassjl other places iarge cards cordially invit- He was standing near the track and the repair and are second to none in the Jark The Ititrr 250 and ing all visitors and other transient per well known in th J L BAXTER Waated and Wednesday the night steps of a car struck him knocking him country for convenience and all desiraii ation given City Collector 7 Full and correct Russell Spring is twelve miles south of sons to attend services at the Episcopal ble accommodations and we guarantee 45 48 tilings in the vege- a Skirt and under the wheels Iaru A One Sleeve maker are Richmond and is named in honor of the church during their stay in town Hiitisfaction to all patrons old aud new ACr IMllells ation Vvitl u ber We call the attention of Painters and hand in dress making room over Busy Mrs C L Railey left last week for following gentlemen have been RespeTtfully man who had the contract for furnishing The everybody to our celebrated to tlose seeking an investwith Bee Store wire coverts it visit to her Co for Gen Green Clays house at chosen as the Vestry of Christ Episcorial New York City to make a W A Peter Supt For NtUTUSJ CLAY Prest considerablv ir - the shine husband whose business engagements - Read - Mixed - Paint Pure eighteen mile from the Joes church Richmond for the year ending Caotoa Stock Farm SteiHEnB White Sec Treas Kentucky State Weather Service in sack growtlis care White Hall I Rick Knob Quarry probably a century Easter 1892 J Stone Walker Senior detain him in that city after which she co operation with the U S Signal SerMrAL Thomas Supt of Caton Farm which we sell under the following posiRichmond Branch en not to allow the covei Bhe will take passage in a French at Joliet III remarks I enclose you tive guarantee We guarantee our Ready ago The spring is a mile or two from Warden F B Crooke Junior Warden Special Aoknt A stick slightly tall- vice for the week ending May 9th MM amount for six bottles of Quinns Ointment Mixed Paints when properly applied to a J S McPHEPSON in The editor of the Cum ax and Treasurer French Tipton Clerk for Europe to lie aliseut several months r vine or plant will the Knob 47 CO The weather of the past week was As a rule I am conservative about saying good surface not to crack chalk or peel PRICES OF LUMBER On her return home from Europe Mrs with bis lunch basket and Capt Ballard B W Turner Claude Smith I Shelby Â¬ one yearrs trial I must and to give perfect satisfaction as a first r and nn venl ilinaw Hailey will be accompanied by her characterized by excessive sunshine de anything but atter do all you claim for it confess that it will class paint and if after three years wear as a guide dropped in on the spring last Irvine Orville Kennedy Edward Palthat the peaches gener ADMINISTRATORS OK OARS AT F0SD ST daughter and sister Misses Ada Bailey ficient precipitation and the lowest it fails to meet the above requirements it dinner at this pioneer mer on record for the season Muiy forest trees tens Sunday and ate and Dixie Pepper Midway CI we agree to furnish paint free of charge abundant and cold t2 50 spring The water is Bill Stuff 16 ft and under per M Tomato Cabbage and Celery plants for to repaint building and genera frosts were re- Â¬ lanagai Eight Very severe The Georgetown Times says HOUSE NOTES 5 A grapevine twenty seven inches in cir2d Com inch ported throughout the State on the 8th sale fresh from the bed by L Schlegel PHILP0TT MTG CO THE IltlHII er nine years ago at the Paris Fair Mr Hi Is Irviif 10 00 cumference grows up into two cedar trees xd In the Northern and at and seventh 75 The Lexington Stock Farm has an ar- Â¬ Thos Smith of this county lost from his Eastern counties minimum tempera- Â¬ lllivau witli two en- - that stand over the spring Ha A full stock of these paints on Sheeting Ice Manufacturing The Richmond watch chain a gold locket which was an under the ticle entitled How to lay off a mile This was the first election Dressed Finishing 2500 force of workmei at and below freezing point were Co propose to sell the best Ice as low as hand and for sale by tures W C FITZPATRICK 22 50 A Administrator of Whitfield Moodr 4821 We can tell in three words how 1 eir loom and greatly prized Sunday recorded 1st Flooring and Ceiling- track the laving of rails on the present Constitution The greatest damage from vhile at Capt Boytons exhibition at these freezes appears to liave occurred in the lowest 18 50 I will on 2d to do it employ an engineer Iroal cast of Richmond The Kdwards KsUtf Switzer Mr Smiths brother Mr Ed Little Barker Skp Krawe 13 50 tenal rails tics plates bars 3d General Garfield the trotting stallion the sections referred to In all parts The Climax is informed that the Robt record 225 was sold at Youngstown O Smith saw a negro man wearing the of the State however the results are 19 91 15 00 George T Little has removed his barI the depot in stashNo 1 Dressed Weatherboards locket and paid him 5 for it He claim Edwards estate in New York City of tJ 5 2 un will carry the supplier In ber shop down street to the house formervery serious to fruits and gardens to William Sly of Cleveland feir 3500 J to have bought it from another man which mention has been made in the 10 00 on the premises near Kingston Madison icr i the work the vicinity of Louisville grapes are al- Â¬ ly occupied by Sanders cigar store sec price to be increased if he gets a comprises Trintity church the Washington Jefferson Madison Mon Â¬ most totally ruiued IS county Ky proceed to sell to the hi an ill go steadily on until Climax Lath The injury to ond door from Herndons corner He mark better than 220 taking bidder all the 35 sashed At present not more with thirty five acres in the city Pickett Kb says The roe and Tyler are buried in Virginia peaches and other large fruits may not invites his old patrons and the public gen A special from Nicholasville NAsw5JW0RNxsbyS45 in part of Broadway on both sides It is a Uiile a day will Jackson Polk and Johnson have their be so great as it is now thought to be erally to call Customers promptly be laid but akyIn Car lots a discount of ft 00 per S C Lyne situated near two hundred and twenty six large stables of tombs in Tennessee Both the Adams Everything clean and first- M ft except Pickets and Lath PERSONAL PROPERTY increased frost caused much of the fruit to waited upon The road- - valued at heirs to this Brannon on the Cincinnati Southern ai e buried in Massachusetts Van Bu- - The direct 12 condition and excellent million dollars The fall from the trees but ao they were class and the best of work done aTDelivered piices made known on railroad were destroyed by fire late last estate we are told are Rev J J Ed- Â¬ ren Fillmore Grant and Arthur rest in too heavily laelen this may be beneficial Inn Address consisting in part of 11 application Viui Mium i i jik five valuable horses were The Ice Factory asks for your patron wards of Estill county father of Mrs night and New York Harrison and Garfield are There are some reports of damage to iths6 ir M veral weeks past FORD LUMBER CO age See their Agent burned His stallion imported Deceiver 4S 8 of Taylor rests in Ken wheat and corn but it is confined to low buried in Ohio oodhion of the ground and a ML H Pigg of Richmond and others RAI Ford Ky 47 46 cost him 7000 was so badly Good front and back rooms on Main Madison e ounty G F Edwards and which tucky Pierce in New Hampshire Buch Â¬ ground Some time will be required to me prevented fis SHOBTEST and qjjickest between burned that he mav die sister and Mrs GKleon layior near 4 Horses J Yokes of Oxen 10 anan reposes in Pennsylvania Lincoln form an approximate estimate of the street suitable for young men Cheap Hogs Cows Calves for Steers To The bay horse that Dr II R Gibson in Illinois The Cadet Kssr Ears Richmond Also Mrs H H Fowler of Apply at Climax office 33- redamage done Tobacco plants are Household Also he Farm Implements lfrtliHt Unfortlinato fimo nt Meadville Pa who visited relatives bought of Wm Gentry this county and i or Effect and the The Allen Countv Batik of Scotsville ported to be very plentiful and of fine W P Baxter painter and paper hangOnly direct line between k do most to Mr Bayless of Paris for 400 has sold alxmnd The ever- - here last year which assigneHl Tuesday owes its deposit- Â¬ quality Rain is very badly needed and er does the best work See him and get Frankfort Oooigatown Pxia and If Notice to prospective Water consumers Ur leijcel chicken ami you make application for water while Concerning the Edwards estate a resi Â¬ been re sold for 1 000 He was out of a ors 20000 and creditors 55500 addition- this combined with the cool weather has a good job riouhle- 29- of Richmond Vo Omnliraa Trantr the pipes are being laid and ditch is open 1iuIikIW V 4l dent of Richmond one of the heirs plain mare and by King Richard one Â¬ al The members of the banking firm greatly retarded growth of all vegetation IIIIOIIII lutr IMHHJ the tap will be now in store at Kingston in front of your premise Arbuckles stallions now makDomklson has a quantity of new Sul- ASK IMR TICKETS VIA KT MIDLAND Stone ity It often happens sa ft made without any extra charge If the nude individual assignments and the Dr K A Grant Director JflJPTerm liberal and made known on kies Surries and Suggies of the newest are to meet ing a season near Richmond King Rich crash has carried down several of the The Robt Edwards heirs travel five or ten miles to ditch has to be re opened afterwards for high and most popular pattern and at very Trains run by Central Standard Time the Up to be made a charge of J 50 will day of sale ard has perhaps sired more A Pltasut Resort tlaBBB hloik of mini an at the Willard Hotel in Louisville Ky most promiuent business houses of the J STONE WALKER Make opplica be imposed for the Up Time Table December 15 1890 Among the priced horses than any stallion that has kg be even a Administrator freak to an on Thursday May 21 1891 47 4J Last week while in Lexington we drop- Â¬ reasonable figures face Scottsville suffered greatly within tion to M N Driggars Supt of county r an ru ever made a season in the TTet that his mother nrnnmc heirs that we are posteei on are W T LIGHT CO ped in to see our olj friend J C Bryant louisville RICHMOND WATER the last few mouths anel was Dealt Tobacco Market No 3 No 7 K lias hurt No i l Edwarels G T Ed warels and their is K fV TRAINS EAST Among the commendable things Uiat stroved bv two fires In the last one tiie on the corner ot Mill and Main streets 4- BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY Louisville Tobacco Pus Psss Mixed ters the two Mrs Pigg all of this wire done by the Chicago Convention bank building burned It is thought the who has one of the finest and most elabo By Ulover A DurreltHouae omethinjreoiuilly distressing Wiuv 3 5 45 Madison place C T Edwards of Whitewright was the ree ognition of the pacer in the bank will pay its creditors in full rately equipped drug stores in Central Sales on our market for the week just Ly Frankfort Stockholders1 Meeting I at The drug storeCounty Bible Society has 55 J5 3 Elkhorn Bro of Stockton the 6 07 is living ner Red House n closed amount to 2515 hdc with receipts 3 so Texas Mrs IL IL Fowler of Meadville charter of the new Register Association Switzer lately rcfurr He has The Court of Appeals has affirme d the Kentucky Richmond a large number of Bbies and Stamping Ground- j 107 334 Sales on for the same period of 057 his Louisville Ky That instrument provides for the regis- Â¬ witV Of the Iiuuik 1 oj tint lira Pa Rev J G Parsons 6 55 4 05 Georgetown Testaments They oner them at extre in sentenc- his house throughout and among the at our market since January 1st amount to 5 of Maelison tration of trotting and pacing horses It judgment of the lower court 4o The annual meeting of the Stockholders low pr ce to those who are able to buy 7 Newtown 6 hds Sales of the crop of 1S90 on inii n winu iuur and J G Taylors family 7 45 43 ntreville ing Will Jennings the pal of Wilson tractions is a large and handsome soda Lie lit Co and pr of the Richmond Water jpose to give them away to all who 45 3 was proposed that a similar provision be 7Ugh it cannot county Ar Para will be held at the Companys office in are not able to buy Howard the outlaw of Harlan county to fountain where at all times one can our market to this date 3039s neli Ministers through 11 5 t car driver it I 6 37 The Rev James Jesse Edwards the inserted in the by laws A delegate sug Â¬ Ky at u oclock a m feature of our market Lv PsmVuTK this delight- Â¬ Richmond As the The characteristic Jennings and procure a cooling draught of 15 for life u 10 out the county are requested to see that WinchesterMay 13th 1891 heirs is a son of gested that the pacer was secondary to imprisonment been its irregularity neces Wednesday it hath cars but hears father of the Richmond P His stock of toilet articles this week has the poor of their respective vicinities are He ward were chargeel with the murder ful beverage 7 jt sitating an unusualy large per cent of re- Ar Richmond- Major Campbell Brown of A E BOARDMAN Prest supplied well and hopes Dr George Edwards of Virginia and he the trotter of John Bailey in Harlan county and beÂ¬ and fine perfumes is complete and the jections at the same time some remarka Â¬ m ru am rM 48 V L CRUTCHER President Chas S Powbll Secy not al may find you enjoying was the son of Jesse Edwards and broth- Tennessee wittily retorted sides this crime they committee numer- - ladies will find this at all times a pleas- bly fine sales have been made of the good Mad Nat Bank 4Q 4R No s No 4 No 8 No 11 TRAINS WEST The provision in the charter er of James Edwarels now living in wavs lessinp 1 of leaf and all fine grades to call and which gave them a terrorizing ant place Pus Pus Mix Mil Va Jesse Edwards was was deemed sufficient however to an oui others grader with color have been higher in the Jonesville raw notoriety in that part of the State rei UirliBioiid Editsr Killed 6 10 1 oj is 30 past few days than at any time during the Lv Bichatowd via Gas Tamed Off toe son oi luuter r ow anis w no nan oiu thorize the insertion of pacing pedigrees ing the presence of the militia to ke 3 SO 5 75 ngham who started the two children the said Jessie and Bettie 4 SO ebv given year ice to consume- Stock Farm peace during the exurt trials I The following quotations tairly repre 45 bmond twelve years ago tried a Knight Here is where It being necessary to settle the partner- Â¬ that the gas will be turned off from all sent our n The Ladies Delighted due a here two or three yeanship of Jennings Si Gibon 5 3S holders in the Kirksville and Ken tea in as a close heir 2 00 Tr them as well as my individual bills nave npike Co arc hereby no- Â¬ b story window of the Au The Pleasant effect and the perfect safe ly an Before the Revolutionary War Baker 00 i been placed in the hands of Mr P tified that the annua election for oUcaiw to 3oo lnatic Asylum on Saturday Edwards Robt Edwards and John Ed Â¬ tr with which ladies mar use the liquid day Lioht Co Water ia authorized 10 c of said compan Co 3 SO to 550 d and was so Tli on iI I 4i M N Driggars Supt came from Wales fruit laxative Syrup ot Fig under all badly injured wards brothers Ar Ftankfcr aod receipt them I hope no one will take house of j 3ro at K it to 1200 uSTense as my long continued iltnew ren Tuesday ville oc tliThe remains and settled on Manhattan Island conditions make it their favorite remedy Trains daily except Sunday Common Leaf 7 00 to 1100 want to buv a Sulky Surrey GEO B HARPER Gen Supt ders it impossioie icr me to give n nj at esday going to where New York City now stands It is pleasing to the eye and to the taste Medium to Good Leaf tt joo to t6oo WILL JENNINGS tention 16 OO to 1200 Buggy or Carriage call on Do nelson for d and the fact of the ao k to Fine Filers Vfrnon CtAKKGen Pass Agt About the time the war broke out Robt gentle yet effectual in acting on the kid 43- April 7th 1891 ect Wrappery Tobacco 22 to t 5- Ubsbhal Office Frankfort Kt ie latest best and cheapest e known He had beet bowels Edwards leased between 80 and 90 acres neys liver and Â¬ kÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 V I -Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- w Â¬ rks afternoon train left at i its usual hour ying delegates to tiie State Merry May is Unisville The L X will sell excursion tickets at one fare round trip on following dates May 11th to 15th inclusive good to re Â¬ turn until May 19 MM May Kith to 18th and trains arriving in Ixmisville be- Â¬ fore noon of May good to return until May 24th On May 12th to Kith inclusive Music Festival at the Auditorium under auspices of the Commercial Club Boston Svniphony Orchestra 60 performers grand chorus of 250 voices and celebrated soloists On May 14tli to 17th inclusive Scott h Irish Congress Interesting exercises and addresses by the Rev John Hall and other distinguished Scotch Irishmen residents of the United States On May 17th 18th and 19th Klks Reunion This reunion will without doubt lie the most interesting ever held by this benevolent order The program will consist of a society parade and ball at Auditorium on Monday an old Kentucky barbecue and gorgeous spectac- Â¬ ular and illuminated parade on Tuesday OH May 13th to 22nd inclusive Jockey Club races spring meeting which bids fair to eclipse all former meetings of this celebrated club On May 20th to 23rd inclusive DufTs Comic Opera Company Â¬ Mr Carr of Bourbon came over last week to visit his son Mr F B Carr D J W Whitney of Lexington was called here in consultation last week Hon W B Smith and wife returned yesterday from a sojourn in California Miss Nannie H Parrishof Winchester came over last week to visit Miss Mag-Â¬ gie larrish Mrs Millie Basjan of Missouri is visiting her brother Mr Alex Cornelison Contractor Stephenson while pulling down the old Methodist church at Ash land was killed by the fall of some tim- A mad dog player havoc in the neighÂ¬ borhood of Atoka Boyle county He Brat made his aftperance iiimh the farm Of W A Calilwell where he bit a fine jennet valued at 1000 Toe jennet will die The dog reappeared near the same place next morning and near the blacksm- 410454 28 Umna and discounts lA558 51 eivenlrafls secon d ami 5SJU6 St I H Bonds to secure circulation 75JNS S t S Bonds to secure deposls 134a 64 Hue from spprovi d reserve ngenls 1185 41 Hue from other National Banks 5771 74 Hue from sitate Banks and bankers and Banking house furniture MJg Oxtnres 893 59 Current expenses aud taxes paid- 08 Bills oi other Banks Fractional paper currency meaeis 2157 and cents 1110 Specie Ma M iwal tender notes Treas Â¬ Redemption fund wllh U 42M 00 urer to per cent of circulation MMl 5 Total LIABILITIES 356612 35 Total - 200400 00 Capital stock paid In 00 TIMS LIABILITIES Surplus fnnd- 2HJ0I 07 OS Undivided profits J1VUW Capital stia k paid in tiull im 50090 00 National Rank notes oulslandin Surplus fund tfi Undtridad protita 58227 liidividnsldepoKiMsiihjeettocbeck Sllis 40 National Bunk notes outstanding 4500 00 Uuite1 Mates sdeposit 14107 00 Deposits of distun sing officers 3 Individual depositssuhjeet to check lr22S Hoiks lt01 Hue mother National Hunks 4576 20 Uo - wiil bankers Hue to Stale Banks and bunkers fossil 65 Totai 4TTotal STATK OF KESTffKViu s STATE OK KFNTlCKY Couniv ot Midisoti inly of Madison I C Ii llii nault Cashier of the above I st s Parkes cashier of the abOTS named the swar named bank do bank do solemnly swear Uiat the above Bbovestalenieiit Issolemnly the beatthat my of true statement is true to the best of my know knowledge and belief to it id belief C Ii lHKNAUIT Cnshler 8 S PA RKES Cashier Suliscrllied and sworn to before me this Subscrilied and sworn to before ue tins lllli Uth day of May 1801 day of May 1891 H P Dkatukbaue Notary Public Robt R Euknam Notary Public CoKBkci Attest Core ect Attest A K HUUXAM 1 J A M ES B E N N E TT 1 Directors it nnLiNtniAM Hi rectors C BlHNAM K DEATH ERAOE THOS J SMITH 4B77H4 4B Loans and Discounts Overdrafts secured and unsecured 7MM IT 8 Boods to sreore circulation 1 7 1S4H Do from approved reserve tr Due from other National Ranks W Due from state Banks anel bankers 148 jm s Current expenses and taxes paid Premium on O H Bonds 1124 W Rills of other Banks KJ Fractional pa per currency nickels and cents Specie Lecai Tender Notes Redemption fond with U K tjffJI 10 orer a per cent of circulation - Loans and discounts Orerdraftx stussrsd and nnsecnrsd U s Bonds to scare eirealatlofi D fiuas ajapsorad rsssrTi agwats line froaa otaar National Ba Dm I Co Bills of otner Banks Fractional papsr currency uickela and cents and with I S per cent of ct Notea 7M Leant iioUUU - nj K0 4S1W lti4 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in aM M fen 2MM4J Surplus Undivided proflt 946 II National Hank notes onutandtng 4JM Individual deposits snlject tocheck 1M9 41 Due to oiker Nitional Banks 21lli II 2 7i Hue to stale Bank and bit ikers Not- l discounted Total HCHjU Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In Sorplu fund Undivided profits National Rank notes oatatandlngs IiKti vidua deposits subject to check Doe to other National Bant Notes and Mils ra djaroanted Tl SALE CITY LOTS Thrsiij Commissioner Sale I Â¬ uoio1ingf7rmers Â¬ Friday 22d it 4- Â¬ -- Â¬ TRACT OF LAND 1 Â¬ Â¬ 25 ELEGANT LOTS Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ son-in-la- al One-fourth cur d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 87 4 Acres of Land Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - i l City Lois lor tos THE ITATIONAI- i Â¬ LIST LETTERS -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- J 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Liioer MTg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- SALE Twelve STOCK - 4S-8- Â¬ Tuesday May Â¬ 1 IfArW Mules Cincinnati and Frankfort Applicants Water Â¬ Â¬ - 1 07 GOODS Â¬ Â¬ 5- 1 1 Â¬ i 4- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 K- - I Notice to Debtors 1 Txmpike Election Â¬ - 1 p KENTUCKY OLIVER PLOWS STATE NEWS Â¬ Tbb Wolf county aUlaaea ma decid ed to 1st politics aloaa acd the Morgan county alliance haa resolved to support only members of the order for county offices EVERYONE MADE THE ARIZONA KICKER Journalist from th East Have ts Set AoeUasated JLC0LEYC0 Staple 0 Fancy A 1 RUFF NEW GEOCERY NE MORE UN FORTUNATE ated II tire K Hay for repreientatire Boone county republicans have nom Â¬ inated T B Matthews for representa Botle county demoorata hare nomin Â¬ v I HTODFl Sl2LT3 33TT- - SHACKELFORD -- GENTRY Unnoo LOU DKALEKS IN ALL KINDS OF- - HarQware Tinware Wooaenwnre AND WAGON FmnisliiM Gooas BLACKSMITHS HIKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering KlCHMOM Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds Ky March 19 OKAOQUAnrTZD TOH THE GEOGSrHT Or THE COUNT 3Y WILL OSTAlrf KUCH VALUABLE nTFOEMATION FHOM A STTOY Or THIS MAP OF f A sMaAiPC FARLEY One of he oldest keeps houses PnrcvitxK has organised a rolaieer fire department Wiiilk Capt Harry L Todd one of Frankforts oldest and most prominent citizens was watching a band stand Â¬ ing on the street crossing he was run into by frightened horses His thigh was broken and he was badly bruised about the head but will probably re-Â¬ cover The following fourth class postmasters were appointed a few days since for Kentucky Mrs J Warren Craigs Bath county vice Warren resigned T W Johnson Cutalin Leslie county vice L Q Baker resigned J A Armstrong Hillsdale Bourbon county vice V Armstrong not of age B R Petty Rutland Harris county viceO M Tate resigned L Ii Armstrong Pewee Valley Oldham county vice C A Calvert removed R II Brashear Salt Creek Perry county vice B A Craft deceased W P Slusher Slushers Mill Ball county vice C C Kunckels resigned A difficulty occurred at Josephine between Charles Redding and James Addison in which the latter was shot twice and is dead The tobacco warehouse of F N Dohrman Sons of Cincinnati in Cov- Â¬ ington was destroyed by fire Loss on building and contents 920000 A timdeb dealer tells the Muhlenberg Echo that the supply of good timber in that county is about exhausted A fixe bed of potters clay has been found in Larue county Dabvey Moseiy was bound over at Hopkinsville for burning a barn belong ing to J S RagsdaL He confessed and exonerated Jesse Story an alleged accomplice The republicans of the district com- Â¬ posed of Harlan Perry and Leslie counties have nominated Wright Kelley of Harlan for the legislature It is a republican district Welding guests waited in vain at Eighty Eight in Barren county a few days ago for the coming of William Hamilton and Mr Baley his best man The two young men were thrown from a buggy while going to the brides home and both were badly hurt Ham Â¬ ilton may die The school board of Owensboro held a meeting and reduced the salary of the superintendent from 51800 to 1500 and that of first principal from 8950 to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAPPY - week a tender foot who said he had been a reporter on the Â¬ The other Chronicle came Pittsburgh MY LINE OF- - ShoesHats AND Furnishing - Goods IS NOW COMPLETE I have all the latest novelties on sale and at prices within the Told Him So Three months ago when a young man who had stuck type reach of all My line of for thirty five cents per M on a Cleveland job and we set him to work Mondav on the LalorsOld Stand corner Main agricultural de TtfJ if partment of the and B Streets Richmond Ky y Vml warned him against the strange climate of this strange country and that he must not attempt to handle any thing until he first asked the name of it After two or three hours he got the swell head and went out to chin with the boys and that afternoon we burled him He had heard tell of jackass rab- Â¬ bits but had never seen one and some- Â¬ body made him believe that Colonel Moores mule which was tied near the Fresli - Choice - Grot post office was one of the gentle creat Â¬ ures of the plains ne was looking to see if the rabbits feet were webbed purchased by the new firm Will when the calamity came Mortum bum which is Latin for he didnt know it be sold at exceedingly reasonable was loaded and that we have his latch- Â¬ key five cents in money and a summer prices necktie which we will forward to his friends on request FULL MEASURE s it and along for a struck us Hit frits 1 doddle 111 10 Main St below First vl laW1 Sitf I IITCIIUEIJEIEIEB IriULBB IN Staple uilkyfe Hardware Woodenwire fccfa New Firm Qneensware Glassware Tinware Mew Goods Watcbe Cluefca Jewelry Silver and A Plaleil warf etc Stf iil attention grvaa to CANNED GOODS Tobacco and Cigars FETTINQ AND OTHER DAMONDS PUEClors OTOJIEH REPAIRING Promptly done mid lu a workmanlike f IMi your i and DOWN WEIGHT 800 The valuation of prsperty in Paducah the whites and 8122180 for the negroes a total of 5013570 rnd an increase of 8209708 over 1890 is 4S01440 for paper and had knocked off because he couldnt agree with the editorial policy of the paper came out here to establish a plant and grow wool on his back we sat down and talked to him like a brother Theres nothing mean about We dont want the earth We us AS ALSO THE have a great weekly newspaper a butcher shop grocery saddlery shoe shop millinery store and signal service bureau all under one roof and we dont care how many other enterprises are established in this wild West This young man planned to start a weekly over at Pedro Valley and we warned in plain toe or patent leather him to pitch into the Czar of Russia on the boys tipped for Ladies Genta Misses and go light policy while at home learning to Thats the safe shoot right and left handed ne didnt and Children is the seem to take kindly to our advice and our last words as we lent him sixteen letters out of a font of job type were to Hobbisst Ever Shown in Richmond prepare for the up hills and down hlUs of the hereafter The sequel proves that we were correct He issued one I can please you in style as well edition jabbed his home subscribers and now he sleeps on lot No 17 section 21 of Towers subdivision of the 2000 as in price acre tract ne died a victim to the cli-Â¬ mate assisted by willing hands HIGHSHOES Country Produce bought and sold at Market Prices manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver to buy your J L C0LEY CO Dont forjret the pltiee next door the Fot omee Kiermoml Ky 30- -- WCTODD - BH LOW CUT HH THE NEW GROCERY FIRM PowersHagan GO R M LEY DRUGGISTS Corner Main and First -- rut- - I -- ST CLE AND FANCY- - FINEST LINE 0Ft RICHMOND KENTUCKY G se rawa fairs Wdra PRESCRIPTI 0NS carefully compounded day and uiilit lv an experienced physi cian and pharmacist DUN 1 DU I pect my line Â¬ aJH3L5i SttwtSC k r THE CHICAGO Includine- FOCSJ ISLHO lie W PACIFIC BASLWAY Kaot av main lint branches and Doints E Davenport Des Pipestone ornsicns Eu e a poll ltd THE SHORT LIKE TO DENVER AND THE WEST PP THE MISSOURI KVZu vaet arcru - Sleeping CiUt to and from Vicbita and I MACNIFICiINT VESTI2ULE EXPRESS 7 W rra tie fcuoo i hi ct seasonable hours a TfE ROCK ISLAND 13 TS jo Manitou Pikes Peak the Gar - itions wer FAVOMTE TOURIST LINE i jrxjund- - Gods Ca nine can- and cities j iui - I an add t t rpots somalce clo Port Worthlu with the Lrver and Ienver Texas and Tickets Majie Time Tab monthly or furtliei dxc - er aiversrtnu lir rs copies of tiio T7 tinal Cities in ado 14k land Union Pacific id luiuriLus tv Colorado un EL ST JOHN General Kinaer CHICAGO ILL njuon aaorea JOHN SEBASTIAN Ooni Ticket Pacs Western Trail- Arii HERE WE ARE AGAIN lag I will receive the First of H2y two Car loads of the ti nt i Tcams for hauliS of every kid MACHINES AND TWINE WILL BE U VEIi THIS SEASON THAN EVER If you need a Machine this year dont fail to ca on Pope and buy New Stable on Irvine Street hen you have the BEST theDEERIN The Deering never between Second and Third cha and always keejs eiairs J R BAILEY G H MYERS MVgV 14Headquarter tor Hardware and Sto Liver and oiuand LiabetesIn- aiv Lrgaiui lsuitvwn bour AUJeeMuDA CELEBRATED DEERING BINDERS at MOWERS N HAWVESTINc 1 The McKinley Bill has not adof negroes The analysis of the spleen and liver vanced my prices which are alW B Snook the Louisville bride- Â¬ WROUGHT IRON for black- - of groom who died of poisoning revealed ways the LOWEST copper smitiis spokes a quantity of officers are waging a deterPinevilie mined war on murderous parties thereThing lJl MS and other supplies for abouts who indulge in the practice of The dynamiting fish Best makes of waon makers Lahk Johnson colored dropped dead Quality Best on the street in Frankfort from the ef- Â¬ FARMING IMPLEMENTS Fine fects of a debauch Rockcastle county will try to re-Â¬ cover 1254 acres of land in Metcalfe lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION jaV Come now while you can county which was part of the 80000 for FIELD SEEDS acres conveyed to it by the state in 1813 get the largest stock to select Headquarter for school purposes- - Timber to the LINE of HARDWARE and best value of 10000 has teen removed from from Save money and he happy the land Rockcastle county will devote the proceeds brand of STAPLE GROCERIES to establishing a of the sale of the land schxL Patents issued the other day for SALT LIME and CEMENT Kentucky were as follows Wm F C C Palmer and W E Schwing Louisville 44- jfiFCome to the house where toy pistol Oscar F Egelston Covington box fastener Charles R Carna ynur fathers and grandfathers han Newport assignor to Globe Co Cincinnati file box and manufacturing Jos Jit tlioir goods hall a century the sametobacco M Baker Louisville wooden box Kate B Tudor Lexington flower holder ro Criminal court convened at Grayson the other morning with Judge John M Rice on the bench and 470 cases on the TO docket The most important of the is that against H N Drake for cases the killing of Abe Rupart a prominent farmer and for severely wounding CoL Successor to John Farlev W D M alone of the well known firm Co of Grayson of Malone Drake used a knife The prohibitionists of McCracken county have nominated E S Thornton a prominent farmer for the legislature Â¬ He has accepted and is the first candidate in the field TnE lottery dealers of Covington have come in for the benefit of the decision given by Judge Jackson of Louisville -- OUR NEW- some months ago In the criminal ap- Â¬ court at Covington a few days ago Judge Perkins announced to the grand jury that there would be no further prosecutions undertaken against the local lottery dealers until the decision of po- Â¬ Judge Jackson has been passed upon by have come and our the court of appeala II t me Clay the Hluegrass forger has donned the uniform of a convict at the Horses are all is Gooi Trim Frankfort penitentiary He has been Â¬ made bookkeeper in the broom factory The Covington carpenters at a meeting held a few days ago formally de-Â¬ clared their strike ended The decision We propose to furnish of the board of arbitrators was favor- Â¬ Â¬ able to their claims The stable of James Ragsdale situ- Â¬ Site TurMDls of all Kinds ated near Lafayette Christian county busi- Â¬ was entirely destrayed by fire during the storm the other lay It was sup Â¬ Â¬ posed to have beer struck by lightning ti reasonable rales and a valuable horse and uiuic were burned to death Ryali Hawkins colored slightly Horse boarded by the day demented and working on the farm of a Mr Stevenson at Independence fell a eek or month into a branch the other night Being missed a searching party found his dead body next day John Williamson aged 10 accident Horses Bought Sold ally shot himself in the bowels while hunting near Pigeon Creek Logan county and died In a few hours in There are 3350 male citizens over twenty-one years of age of whom 1062 are Took a Walk Any particular lack of Interest in our editorial page thia week must be laid to a little incident which oc Saddle Trotting Horse LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Kentucky a variety wheels Â¬ Â¬ Style The The the curred Tuesday forenoon A cross eyed pressman who was working his way from San Francisco to Boston to see his mother die had put in a couple of weeks with us as literary editor He seemed a prudent level headed fellow and we passed in his copy without read- Â¬ ing it What did he do but ring in a HU tie item to the effect that four aces always beat a royal flush no matter what old liar held to the contrary Colonel Johnson who is Arizona author Â¬ ity on poker came around to have a look at our man and ask where and how we had captured him and he had scarcely stepped inside the office when CANNED GOODS Now is the time of year for you to purchase FIELD SEEDS Clover Timothy and all other Field Seeds t lowest cash prices Medicines Chemicals TOILET ARTICLES BOOKS ALBUMS c Ml ill En ill Country Produce Richmond has ever ej At the Highest Market Price Â¬ COME and SEE HIQQINS 39 3 I WALLACE HKRKD0N POWERS Â¬ HAGAN WCGormlevCJ Closing Out AUTEH CHICKEN Cholera Cure TOT PRK8SMA1T BEGAJT TO SHOOT s we keep TINWARE AND BAS STOVES STOVES L PARLEY QUIT BUSINESS As Kew - Livery - Stable Â¬ the senior member of the firm W A Buggies Harness Â¬ Â¬ and Â¬ iHESKD OCT Powell has been pointed postmaster of Richmond which sition will require all his time and attention we have decided to close out our Clothing and Shoe ness We will therefore sell at greatly reduced prices from this day forward The greater part of our goods is new and the the pressman lost his nerve and began to shoot What was the Colonels gain was our loss We had a finger split by a bullet the devil got a rake across the skull and the foreman now carries his arm in a sling The Colonel it is need Â¬ less to say was untouched When our young man got through shooting at everybody except the man he wanted to hit we assisted to take him out head him for the cactus plantation and start him off He wont see his mother dio not if he keeps on in that direction Tenderfoots sailing in this direction should bear in mind that our customs ways and habits are somewhat different from tose of Boston and New York and on arriving in this locality they should expect to be advised and posted by citizens who can exhibit nine graves De- Â¬ In their private burying grounds troit Free Press Hadnt Got That Far Its too bad you should have to sell that fine ring said the Jeweler to the discouraged looking young man Couldnt you alter it Xo said the young fellow deject- Â¬ edly it hasnt reached the altar yeU Boston Herald Thry Came to Terms DM you and Dennis Duf an com to terms in your dispute asked a busi nan of his janitor Yis sor and very UDComplimentry terms they wor sor Washington HARDWARE IToit of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that post cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded Â¬ -- Sale llae r mt Thousands Our Gootls are of excellent quality and our TRICES REASONABLE th rh Water - onrj Light h C in stock at their Repairing af Tinwre t LcwRsies COOKING STOVE That Use Gas lor Fuel The fovea Nn moke coal or coa and conaequen Ij Â¬ hae inrnene a A SPECIALTY OF FOR SALE BY- - Bridgeforth Cooking and Heating Stoves ALWAYS net READY FOR S uahon UllliT Broods k Middslion CLAUDE No dai stops case ot gas Heaters tor bal Post CARRIAGES SNITfi CO place- - gamm and n 7- - from 3M The Way of the World PRICES prices are marked down to little above cost while for the others wre will take less than cost We have Clothing dear said young Mrs Fitts at the play it is a humiliating confession for me to make but I am positively NEW BUGGIES nervous for want of a piece of gum Ill go get you some as soon as the NEW PHJETONS curtain falls said Mr Fitts And various of their acquaintances as they NEW CARRIAGES saw him disappear said what a pity it was that so sweet a young woman should be bound for life to such a slave NEW SURRIES of the demon drink that he could not even wait until the play waa over to NEW SULKIES My ALEXANDERS - 1TEL Seventh and Market Streets Louisvills Will - Kentucky March 2nd Opbn Monday satisfy his depraved appetite apolis Journal She Indian Â¬ P M POPE - THE WILLARD OppCourt AW J i k i actie CUTB3 -- tLATE ALEXANDERS HOTEL Houwe - - Cor Jcflerton Center ii Green Ionisville Kv SI Miiiuiuuyntj ntuuioitu 3ELuaLT32S ailU A7 S3 GO JPIEU SULLIV J L MARSHALL WOJ t TnrtAxr T9lS IHIUIUVCUv iS Dr J f fiLl 91 sssLtfZ UK P m LITHOSINTa TLEE 20 jvi3n8Gr kim-d-mf-nm Woodburn Av w tmr Cincinnati to His Gentle Helpmate William Julius Muagrave I understand you have been contributing to the press on la Mar age a Failure Now what ground did you take Mr Musgrave In a very much muffled tone I th b background HGH AU right Now get up and brush your hair Judge Tender Ilearted Jndge Q wao once presided over a criminal court down east was famous as one of the matt compassionate men who ever sat upoa the bench His soft ness of heart however did not prevent him from doing lis duty as a judge A man who bad been convicted of stealing a small amount was brought into court for sentence He looked very sad and hopeless and the court waa much moved by his contrite appearÂ¬ ance Have you ever been sentenced to im Â¬ prisonment the judge asked Never neverl uxclaimed the prisoner bursting into tears Dont cry tlont cry said Judge eonsoiii Q going to be Â¬ of the best materials and latest styles ev Hats a ery description of m l raawftiftaMda Far Aia 0 aaauai aanal Stsan Thrasisr far Other at tWbv v Tou t fcJfM t - U iTABTtTTR Prspr L jL i ML V lnfUv ot mi t rfftr a i atart voa all is- - rn I au hty H w Sr i r in oaTwrtan y tW wff- itmitiUaiM m DNEY W i mmm the stree ith three rooms ogs m and kttch good variety of Shoes Gents Furn- ishing Goods Umbrellas Valises and various other goods Â¬ evening Jack He Yes I have had a headache all day and I dont know how I came to have it She What were you doing last night eh sir He I dont know what I was doing after about ten oclock Munseys Weekly I have moved my Blacksmith Shop to Kjtlrjad Tinmy new building on Third street and have Â¬ The timber on our railroads amounted ted with me Mr A D Smith and to5 or an average of 2 in connection with my Blacksinitliing 004 p drood in use in this wiil do alt kinds of country in 1880 10 ties per mile or a Carriage Repairis Painting Tr 10 total of were annually ro Â¬ xia c promptly ils and 13000000 for uew con itrnjtioD nd to order Nothing but the best stock Coal J Not Account For It You seem rather bine this My vehicles are all new and of the very latest pat tenia They are for tola on lie most reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and see me and you wont g home without one 5- JOHN DONKL ON REMOVAL Having sold out our entire interest in et we have re the hotel on JeH moved to our old stand that we occupied for years so successfully at Seventh and Market streets are now flitting it up in elegant shape new throughout and the outfit in every way wll be elegant incud ing one of Hales Safety Passenger and Elevators with all the late imgK3 provements We want all of otir old friends to come and see us in our old liome We promise you that our Rooms Table and Service shall be second to none in the land My wife Mrs J 15 Alexander wants to be remembered to all her lady friends and she will be glad to see them and give them a hearty reception rc e 4f We are your every ey b t the ft- - Iff ClDiOlltr and and the beat quality of III Clear-Solid-wUI win 1 Fare 36j J - JO B ALEXANDER M A Per Day Home - Enterp v your favor We do not claim the bem trade because this i a and will he vet ar mat 1 la t Held for Malpractice and satijfa I In the Somerville police esterday Dr Leach waa htlcl in fljOOO for malpractice hi caus ing the death of a girl domestic in his employ and bis wife was held in 5000 as an accessory Both were held for the grand jury 9 Â¬ o our old friends all I Jf3Re 11- ve us a trial as our lact 15th ou wiU get - and North br S L Ml Oi No Ice With Sawdust IIISEUDUIFIIULL If not sold privately before ealPSsl W L DOUGLAS on 3 tad SHOE sad lor wnufsm ctker Mr J E and for leaa than 1 Come now rht inf axtaea f 1 can you Ira - SATURDAY HAT 16TH 1831 spsrtsl arc war- SoMST ttotdlovizv iUm Xx1 an l day to 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