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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ji niRi x ix - mijjnjiikrrt HiilrijS V VOLUME ATTORNEYS S IV Advice to Womot Kentucky f I Ii H STILL A FUGITIVE All Eumora of the Itatas tare Were False The Cap- - HI - P cmt ji3 Uiy jjjCyj l - - if RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1891 Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 NUMBER 49 POWELL ATTORNEY A T LA W Richmond Offlw on Second from Painful Profuse Scanty Suppressed or Irregular Men- Â¬ struation you must use If you would protect yourself 1889 Street j VSILL1VAN A TTORXE - 1 - Rhiimonh AT LA W Kentucky upstair 16- BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR CiwiMTiLLa April M 1888 This will certify that two members of my Immediate family after having suffered for rears from Klcnatrnal Irrceulartiy beinfi treated withoot benefit by physicians were at length completely cored by one bottle of Charleston Reaches Acapulco and Reports Having Seen Nothing of Her Baking ARSOiJUTEl Y PURE THE ESMEKELDA tying Jnst Outside Acapnlr dispatch received from Acapulco says The Chilian cruiser Esmerelda entered this port Wednesday and sailed again Thursday Several of her officers were ashore and used the wires and made various inquiries regarding the action of the United States showing had been informed that they that the cruiser Charleston had of sent been the pursuit in Itata The officers who came ashore were very reticent but from one of the sailors It was learned that they expect- Â¬ ed to sight the Itata and act as her conÂ¬ sort down the coast The Esmerelda has a numerous crew and in appear- Â¬ ances they are veterans and will fight The opinion prevails here that should the Charleston attempt to capture the Itata a naval engagement will take place and the United States cruiser will get the worst of it The above dis-pa ch was confirmed at the war de- partment but the officers were in- clined to be reticent The captain of the fishing boat which was nearly run down by a large steamer which carried no lights says that after his boat was out of danger bright blinding light was suddenly flashed upon his craft and that It was undoubtedly produced r by an electric light from a He said further that the vessel was steaming north With this fact in view there is but little doubt that It is the Esmerelda going north to intercept the Itata If a naval engage Â¬ ment takes place it can not be delayed if the Charreston is on the right track much later than Saturday and will doubtless be fought off the coast of the st ifp of Jalizco The following dispatch was received at the City of Mexico Fri- Â¬ A long day from San Bias Tepic low rakish craft is lying on and off this port with steam up and flying no colors Fishing boats report her as being manned by a large orew and protected by formidable guns A man-of-wa- Main ttli eet - OOBB a rTomtrmrs AT I A 1 W Kbhtucky sirert T BURN AM rA fleet is truly wonderful BradflelaVa Keanale Kegnlator lu J W Stkasor r Book 1 a K ti valuable WOMAN mailed FREE which contains Information on all fcmUe x ntr Washutoton May 16 The navy department has just been informed of the arrival of the Charh ston at Acapulco The Charleston reports that she has een nothing of the Itata Washington May 16 A cable disÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ kot tet taken jgs Powder o BRADFIELD W First A Tl Rkiimom E YSBui - A TL A REGULATOR - Kentucky ATLANTA GV JTOM MALE BT JLXL DXUQQI8T 9- - CO patch was received Friday from Admiral Brown now on the San Francisco which i at some Chilian port - Itata And the Believed To Be With Her THE EEiLEDY As Pointed Out By New Orleans Citizens Committee They Recommend That Immigration Its stopped From Certain Parts of Italy No IP nuns Building RAILROADS y 11 A MIAOKELFORD TTORNEYA TLA W Kentucky- ii R No N EAST No I B R R THE E81trKAlIlA Â¬ Miiiie 1 all the UourU Office IS 42- swCet Cupel tons A I hUBOKKV D Ri A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON - imond - Kentucky Si nMaln Street try Offlce S- - J I MoUiiAN 11MOND D D S KENTUCKY 3- r Main Street over Madtaon National - yyKLBY W BURGIM Kentucky DENT ST icr r W A Powells i loltilnr Main and Klrst Strtet aiiie aV jyV ifl iKEED D mi D S KIRNS VILLA bIbsx It fit- - KENTUCKY irofeton Everything 47 Klnnell residence I PHYMIANH U JENNINGS M D AND SURGEON Kentucky 27- llli sCAN Iiichm mi maira nrzt to Second National - II It GIBSON S r tYStCIAAt AND I N Kentucky H up stairs J J M loYMZ I sc At NDSl RGEON Kentucky Thid Hlrael URuEON Kh X- Kesideiieemi V - EVANS MD stick tSt IAS iND ihI Mlmei YLOK ractitioner in Medi ine anil Surgery kUNl i CKY Information as to the contents of the 3 dispatch was refused at the department further than that it was an anIn Effect Monday fE8 swer from Admiral Brown to the inC 3 April 6th 181 a structions cabled him last week This is an indication that even in the event of failure of the Charleston to catch the A U r m Itata the latter vessel will not have es- Â¬ r m I v 7 40 Vcruilles 9 00 Ar 7 35 6 10 caped all danger and will still have to Versaille Junction 7 4 9 03 f o3 7 32 run the gantlet of the United States Huntertoa 7 48 9 12 T55 7 53 SunoL 9 to 7 10 vessels now on the Chilian coast Up 5 47 Garrett 7 57 9 7 05 5 4 to the close of business hours at the 8 01 Pinkard 9 33 I 7 5 35 Kecne 9 55 department no advices had been re 7 4 15 S17 10 03 Nealton- 5 07 ceived of the Charleston or the Itata w 10 ananaun 827 b 34 5 o 30 NicliolasviUc 35 HOW A BANK WAS WRECKED 4 SO o 45 10 57 6 Pan 45 4 3 Method of the Officers of the Keystone 8 49 Lavima is 04 6 10 4 34 8 5 11 08 - ina 6 07 National of Philadelphia 4 30 8 57 11 16 Marble Creek 6 02 4 13 Philadelphia May 16 Gideon TV 8 59 11 19 6 00 4 10 11 30 Valley View- Marsh president and Charles W 9 06 5 S3 4 OO 11 38 Hiydens 9 5 49 3 53 Lawrence assistant cashier of the sus- Â¬ Mill 57 9 6 5 3 3 35 pended Keystone national bank were 11 17 Ncwlasal 5 23 9 4 3 13 30 Ar KiLhmond L 5 15 3 00 griven a partial hearing before United o States Commissioner Bell Friday afternoon charged with making false returns to the comptroller of the currency as to the condition of the bank Bank Examiner Drew was the principal witness and he told a bturtling story of the deception practieel by the QUEEN CRESCENT BUTE accused officials in their snd ivor to cover up the shortage in the banks Fopultur wuthera Short Llli Via cash Mr Drew told of the vay in shortage was which Louisville - or - Cincinnati followsthePresident Marshcover Mr up as and Law rence would remove from the indiBet Al Noithcrn an i Southern Points vidual deposits ledger whoe leaves Time Table in Ejftrt April 12i 1891 After the examination of the book these The effect leaves would be reinserted EAST AND SOLTM BOUND of this work would be to show that the No deposits were much less than they Sou STATIONS really were It must have been necesDai Dailv sary to employ the services of a bookLouisville 720am 4 10 p m binder to get the leaves back in the 8 11 a ml 50a p m Icffcrsonlown Drew charMr book correctly Sheltjville 9 o a mj 5 55 p m Lawrenceburj 10 ao a ml 7 5 p m acterized this as an unheard of Harrodkburg ti iaro E23 V m They bank wrecking method in Burgin it 25 a m 8 40 t ra aWviHc 11 43 a m 907 p ra The falsified accounts as well n City m 11 52 a m 95 P entries showed that the Ch ase national Ex Sun bank and the Mechanics national bank Lv Lawrcnccburg io 25 a m 705PB 5 26 a ffl 6 20 a oa of New York owed the Keystone small 10 5a a mj 7 33P Ar Versailles 6 42 a m Midway sums but their accounts were swelled Georj 7 20 a m so as to show that they owed r8000 Lv leorjietown via C S R R 7 25 a ro Ar Cincinnati 1015 am At one time Mr Drew found that 50000 Lv Versailles io 52 a mj 7 33 p mi of discounted paper alleged to be held ml 8 11 30 Ar Lexington by the bank was missing Altogether Ex Sua Ex Sun the present deficiency amounts to 998 Lv Ver aiHes 900am 740pm 10 30 a in 875pm Ar Nif holasville Most of this immense sum is said 000 Richmond 1130 pm 9 S p m to be charged to the Lucas deficit voKTll ND vEv lOlND as Mr Drew sometimes called it in his At other times he referred testimony STATIfNS The witness to it as defalcation liaily Daily told how Messrs Marsh and Lawrence Ex Sun Ex Sun acknowledged to him their manipulaiid 300pm 515 am tion of the banks books and it was iSVaalC625 am 4 50pm 610pm 7 5 a m Versaitle upon this acknowledgment that war- Â¬ Iai y rants were obtained for their arrest Â¬ Â¬ 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Tims Tusue No WEST The special committee of fifty ap-Â¬ pointed by the mayor of New Orleans prior to the assassination of Chief of Police Hennessey to investigate the workings of the Mafia made a report Thursday night It states that in an interview with Corte ths Italian con- Â¬ sul held prior to Hennesseys death he admitted to the committee that he had incurred the enmity of his countrymen who induced him to join them in and a supper he that was made deathly sick by eating oys- Â¬ ter soup which he had no doubt con tained poison The report of the com- mittee concludes as follows In the resolution of appointment this commit tee was requested to suggest needful remedies It only remains for us there fore to point cut the remedy if possi- ble In our opinion the remedy is 1 The regulation of immigration 8 Re- Â¬ form in the criminal laws and adminis- Â¬ tration of criminal justice 8 A law recognizing the existence of a bar association and endowing it with full power to try and disbar any attorney whose evil practices render him un- Â¬ worthy of being an officer of court The only radical remedy which suggests itself to us is the entire prohibition of immigration from Sicily and Lower Italy It was found necessary to immigration prohibit Chinese and congress passed the necessary law The danger to California from the Chinese was no greater than the danger to this state from the Sicilian and Southern Italians We have had long experience with these people and that experience has been a sad one They are undesirable citizens and there is no reason why they should be permit- Â¬ ted to participate in the blessings of a freedom and civilization which they FOR CONSUMPTION are not only unable to appreciate but Report to the Paris Academy of Medl to understand or to cine That Goats lllood la Henuflcial la which they refuse accept First Stages Buy a Suit Hat Boot Shoe Trunk Valise Umbrella Shirt Collar Cuff Scarf Glove Sock Suspender or anything else before inspecting our line Â¬ Â¬ CO E C BOGGS HOUSE COURT STREET 1XO MAILXr The ICY VISITS Once More Winters Chilling Blasts Arrive Completing the Damage By It Delayed Appearance Early Fruits and Vegetables Gone Prof Bernheim has submitted his re- Â¬ port to the academy of medicine at Paris regarding experiments made to cure tuberculosis by the transfusion of goats blood The professor in this re- Â¬ port says that fourteen patients have been treated by this sys- Â¬ tem and that two in the last stage of anamia were cured Ten of the remaining cumber suffer ing from tuberculosis the report adds have greatly improved under the new treatment and the last two of the four- Â¬ teen patients both of whom were in an advanced stage of consumption died six weeks after receiving the first trans fusion of goats blood 1roJ Bern heim declares that the goats blood treatment has an important effect in the first stages of consumption but adds it should not be used In the last stages Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Parnelli Paling Star At a meeting of the electors at North Wexford it was resolved to stop pay- ment of the salary of Mr John E Kod mond who represents North Wexford In parliament and to devote the money thus saved to the relief of the evicted tenants Mr Redmond is one of Mr Parneils envoys now in the United States It is stated that E Dwyer Gray has seceded from Parnell To Boom North Carolina Northwestern Ohio was visited Sat urday night by the most destructive frost during the past twelve years The temperature fell to 27 degrees In some places and ice formed to the thickness of nearly half an inch Such early fruits and vegetables as escaped previous visitations were destroyed and in many fields of wheat the destruction is equally complete the straw being frozen down to below the first joint The loss to the wheat Is estimated at 50 per cent Naturally the corn planting has been late and little suff- Â¬ iciently advanced to be affected Very heavy frost at Warren O Saturday did untold damage to vegetation and grapes Ice a quarter of an inch thick was formed The heaviest frost that has yet appeared at Winamac Ind this season fell Saturday night doing much damage to fruit and vegetables I The iee in some pla a qnar- - TREATMENT OF INSANE abject Discaasod by the Charity Conference at Indianapolis Indianapolis Ind May 16 At the morning session the charity confer Â¬ ence listened to a paper on the Care and Treatment of the Insane by A R Monitors of Boston Dr Dewey super intendent of the Illinois insane asylum at Kankakee 111 followed this with a paper on voluntary or to Insane asylums He said that the idee that a person would voluntari- Â¬ ly enter an insane hospital unless he were a newspaper reporter would be commonly received with incredulity As a fact however he said voluntary commitment has been legally recog nized in Massachusetts tor years and has lately been recognised and Connecticut in Pennsylvania and Is likely soon to be in Illinois The boundary line between aan- ity and insanity distinct in theory Is very hard to find in practice It is about as hard to decide whether a per Â¬ son is sane or Insane sometimes as to decide where blue fades Into green and green Into yellow in the rainbow Dr W B Fletcher of Indianapolis foUowed with a paper on detention of the insane Y Mr tig of Rochester Â¬ Â¬ tufriafet DHAOQDATNTED WITH THT GEOGHAPHT OP THE COOTfTHT WIIX OBTAlaT MUCH VALUABLE OTrORMATION FBOM A STDDT OF THIS MAP OF ON nSL T L--aJcH ISwAlAafcrVjgKSS gr 3w5JS5Semasal JesttV4ylMi g SSC lTg-si- TVjrj jwyrj SBud 7 I1 gJtwfe THE CKGfiGG J wiiiiLbryL- - Ill - u Xaj- I IWAV ry of - 8031 ISLArlO 8 - rest over Dykes Uroeer1 Lv Lexington Ar Vei 2 55 P 7 00 a CHIOKAMAUGA PARK The Unreasonable lit bbjSsssbi of May Result in Has iroject lixliig Abandoned There Is imminent danger that the project to make a national park of the Land-Owne- The representative business men and capitalists of North Carolina have in- Â¬ augurated a movement for the development of the interests of the state and for co operation with other states in There are the march to prosperity railroad extensions nearly completed that will make Cincinnati as near as Philadelphia and nearer than New York to the old north state Â¬ 3MP S Illown Fp by Dynamite 4 Expensive RaVs Nest the most destfn akingum of any since the celebrated one of hi ibles are killed as well as the fruit Ice formed Conon still water half an inch thick tinued dry weather is seriously interfering with the crops in Central Tennessee The growth of vegetation is at a stand still ami the prospect for cotton is especially Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ S M s LETCUER K K Cincinnati via C irgrtnwn Ar Iwav R R Vc N I Lawrenceburg UK 1 Lv Junction City 334 P m 7 37 am 4 00 p m 800am 1 02 p mj 5 ao a tn p mj 62 p m 750am pm q c5 a m o o p m 0 56 a m 7 00 p m 10 55 a m 3 74 710pm 7 3P 800pm P 00 p m 830pm 112pm 530am 250pm 600am 05 in lliillding Main street ju Km I S UOLTON 4 05 5 15 f cptthicPhysielaa Ml Surgeon E khii Day Hvil Ail Mtj iern Improve ueiiU Shorte st KlM LCKI hmxkd Qtiicket Hini rvtt n nny chII InfuriiiMtlon Kim all travel - li M lirtahla llmir S30 irtjo p in LoulKVilli iSoutftwn or Queen Riid iteeii Kpeeial aileniioi f noiiieu Mud all difliAKmor IH strict rii li WOODWKU K AU LjuuUvillo riiirit treated al a tltt-- hk v M-ti- - Oak Gbove Mo May 10 The house of Ditniel Morgan a quiet and reputable citizen 8 miles south of this place was de inolished by an explosion of dynamite hursday night It is not known who perpetrated the outrage Mrs Morgans collar bone was broken and she was otherwise injured Mr Morcan was badly injured though not fatally His two children escaped unhurt but a stepson wis blown Z0 yards through a treetop and alighted on a fence He was not badly hurt Â¬ limiieopatliic nivdicinu aent to 4 O P 4 EDWAR1W It T A Cincinnati O i JOHN If FOSTER RICH MONO KEN TUCK V uetweeD Scoot d ii street up KtMlin residence at c r Avenue nek RUMPHREYS VETERIHARYSPJCinCS For Eexiea Cattle Sheep AND rOOXTHT Paa e DooktnTrrcinrn rf Animals and hart reui FrVr Coal Company at Plymouth was the scene of an accident Friday by which two men lost their lives and one was fatally injured The killed are Felix Wieez Colliery belonging to the Kingstone Wilkffiiarre Pa Crushed Beneath Slate May 16 Caylord Is 111 CLARENCE VAUGHT AYC 11 VOND KENTUCKY Katers 217 AAKlnal aiemngitls BB Ktralaa lamru ft yrr rsoiigftlBIiiiirainntloa wnu rever Hiatempcr Ba halowiz and Michael Yieschofshi The man fatally Injured was Joe Rowitz His back is broken About ten tons of slate broke loose from the roof and fell crushing the men beneath it me an Ii Main Jt im--- BRIGHT M 1 11YSCA V AND SURGEON Kentucky mom at W In Rrniili Bnlliltug on Main Strest attention kUci i iiiirrowopicnl IM ical exaniiiiailoiisiif ilidBui1 Mil Immi Il vF I C I Pnrumoiils Ilellvaehe Miscarriage Hemorrhages Irlaary and Kidney Diseases HH KraatiTe Dlsea4 Maage II JK Ulseaaesol Digcstiaa Paralysis alngle Bottle OTerM doses with Specifies Manual vuVfiarr ore Ollsnd Medloator -- Olktar Urates Calif iiritn n or NhmuI IIK hargea iriifcn Warms M KbcamatlaSB 6 uui 1 00 - - VJJO Jar Vcierlaary CarrOil Prepaid anywhere or Sent Druggists I AULTZM W Main L Bold br and in any quantity on Receipt of Price HUMPHREYS MEDICINE CO Mew Tork Corner William and Jchn Sts YSCAN A NO SURGEON Richmond - Kentucky Htreet -- illitiug upstairs 22f Bevei oe it m Imni and ofprtoe-JJUMP1- STJ1SFEBE7S HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFIC n Was nut s No s mfiil ft ft rauavadv la ass a 7srs iiQ aaa i for 1R J M BLACK - PHVSCAN AND SURGEON Rrn Uotur Kektuciy HAS HOOKER from osia or riuMSsllilii isls and Isnrs rial larodor wr aou BTDsnoonns orsent poatpan oa rsostpi MEDICI CO DtfRtf Vital Weakness osnar POTvTEIlS For Sale ty Oor William and John Sta T fcHAOAW iETERNART SURGEON RADUATE ONT VET COLLECE Veterinary r KICK PEAVINE JR Will make the season of lSai st M A Phelps place 4 miles from Richmond on the Jacks Creek pike at Drntialry u giiiii bullIiiit Rlrliioonil Kv Vest dixit ui t M rtperalty and Kterillty a x office i Jll- 41- - THOMAS AYRES Ccllectuv Ag 15 to Insure a Living Colt leil buU 1 Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with Is by Old Peavine 1st dam bv Bolivar 2nd dam Jalappa Forest bv Ned Forest 3rd rockrlt ih dam by Traveller dam hx PEA V INK la is a beautiful bay 16 hands hih hcavv mane arttt tail 4 years old good i tvle ana tine cimn PEAVINE JR S jw i nave unHiru id giv iiij Htcntion agsin to the buying and sellint if Real Ketate and the Collection of Ac I will thank vou for vour pat on count HAVING nRETURNED TO RICH - 2 0 M PHELPS 10 REWARD The Richmond Water k Light Corrpa the above reward for the ap Â¬ prehension with proof to eonvK t anv J lighting Pcrao or turning off an street lamp no u so to do or maliciously breaking 1 4 11 BICHMOlTi X U HAREER Proyr All kinds of Coal nd Lumber at the lowest market pi ice Liberal patronage The Uv requested Orchard street be-the K C Railroad j gist in 44- - tan M N isaiaaee URIGGAKS W Superin tern lent J sal a H 1 mA Mmm Imw Vaciir m - tllJta11lE ES m k aahai aaat BOLTS M II H SALS at reason ML nuwi ijwii a s KB seSXIllLT silt aai w amsSsac W enaat I have 100 mule colts for sate rices COLYER small boys bonfire almost destroyed The the village of Howell Friday village rink containing 5000 bushels of wheat belong ing to the King Milling Company two livery stables thee houses and the barn to Trains hotel Kentucky Democratic Contention were burned to the ground The loss John Young Brown of ajendeison will be 820000 with little insurance was nominated by the democratic state convention for governor M C Alford Increased Manufacture of Whisky Washington May 11 The internal f Fayette for lieutenant governor and revenue department estimates that the W J Ilondricks of BelL for attorney amount of hisky manufactured in the general on Friday Balance of ticket United States during the present year will be nominated on Saturday rJ0- will be 150000000 galor The Montserat Carried No Arms 000 gallons more than was produced in which has The steamer the United States in any previous year been loading a Montserat cereals and cargo of of its history provisions at San Francisco for Chili He Couldnt I t So Watch was left Friday afternoon Alieohent City Ia Mhv Hi Fri Â¬ maintained over her to the last by cus day Mike Stable an electric light in toms officers that no arms or contra spector grasped a live wire at ith im- band goods might be shipped properly insulated pliers and eceived Presidents Trip Ended fifteen a shock of 3000 volts It v President Harrison and party arrived minutes before the current v a- - turned off and Stable could release himself in Washington Friday ending his trip His hands and feet are fearfully burned south and to the Pacific coast The disÂ¬ tance traversed in the thirty days was The Falluro Record ten thousand miles The president New York May 10 The business made one hundred and forty speeches failures occurring throughout ths coun Another Indictment Against Coonay try during the bust seven day number John Cooney was Friday again in- Â¬ ttk as compared with a total of Ml last week and 217 for the corresponding dicted by the grand jury for attempting to bribe jurors at New Orleans The period one year ago grand jury then adjourned till Tues- Â¬ day Haek Broken by a Fall Mike Donahue an employe of the J Thousands View d tha Eineing L Hudson Clothing Co Newark O At Trenton ia outh fell down stairs in the Chronicle block of Chattanooga Eufus Moore was pub Â¬ Sunday afternoon breaking his neck licly shortly after noon Donahue had just returned from San Â¬ day for the murder of Henry Slay on dusky and had evidently been drinking June 24 isao The trouble He had a room in the third story about a woman who was Moores para- Â¬ mour Slay was shot twice mortally A Quick Ocean Trip Th new steamship Bismarck made It is estimated that a crowd of 5000 the trip from Southampton to New witnessed the execution of the mur-Â¬ York in six days fourteen hours and derer fifteen minutes beating the inside rec The Victim Escaped ord of all other vessels At Montrose W Va Ferry Thomp- Â¬ son for robbery was taken by a mob tmmlrrsntt sMtn RmaHPnT Two Italian immioTante infected with to be banged but wliiie they were ew York Satur quarrelling over details he escaped ll pox arriv day and were ordered to hospital Undesirable Immigrants of April Up to this time ah Ths Kind Wanted Here migrants have Aristeed Croneberg an ordinary look ing immigrant was landed at the bargn been debarred by t iraber is not large en route from Belgium office to AshvUle N C and when asked if ho is large enough to serve as a war had any money be produced a roll of to all steamship companies to be 50 and 100 bills amounting in all to ful about bringing over passe whom they will be compelled to take 10000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gknd Canted by a HonHre May RAPUM Mich 16 A from a lady who presented a rats nest for which she wanted 8525 The nest was Chickamauga battle ground will end composed of bank bills to that amount In a failure The only reason is the which the rodents had torn into small She was advised to make rapacity of land owners Fair property fragments that was held at the nominal value of an affidavit to the fact and forward it 83 to SJO an acre is now thought together with her very valuable rat to be worth 8100 8200 and over 80OO domicle to the treasury department at The commission will not favor a con Washington demnation process and as they are disÂ¬ Wrote to the Lottery Company gusted with the spirit shown they will In the United States district court at unless equitable prices are made report Charleston W Va Warren M Frame adversely upon the plan This disposi- Â¬ of Raleigh county was convicted of vi- Â¬ tion was the subject of a two hours olating the lottery law by sending a conference Friday afternoon Any furÂ¬ letter through the United States malls ther steps will probably be defer red to the Louisiana lottery and was fined 825 and costs by Judge Jackson This Demolished With Dynamite The house of Daniel Iorgan a quiet is the first conviction for this offense and reputable citizen three miles south known to have been made in the United of Oak Grove Mo was demolishad by States an explosion of dynamite Thursday Whats In a Name night It is not known who perpetra- Â¬ Judge Lawrence of the New York ted the outrage Mrs Morgans collar- Â¬ supreme court has refused to incorpo- Â¬ bone was broken and she was other Â¬ rate Baron Hirseh Lodge No 1 because wise injured Mr Morgan was badly of his unwillingness to incorporate the ty in the name of a foreign digni- Â¬ injured though not fatally His two children escaped unhurt but a stepson tary when he does not know that the was blown twenty yards through a use of the name is authorized The e purposes of the society were to assist tree top and lighted on a fence members when sick and otherwise la was not badly hurt need at Cincinnati received a call Thursday United States Sub Treaaurer Bailey OWN OFI The I By the Itata The American war ship Charleston and the Chilian Esmeralda arc lying at anchor near the entrance to the harbor of Acapulco Mex The Chilian captain says his vessel has not called at ary American port Conse quently he says it is not probable that the United States authorities will Interfere with the movements of either himself or his vessel An officer of the Esmeralda in reply to a put to him in the telequestion graph office at Acapulco as to the probability of an old fashioned sea fight be- Â¬ tween the Charleston nnd the Esmer Â¬ alda said in a jocular and rather am-Â¬ biguous way Oh the Itata is already out of danger She has plenty of coal and provisions to carry her to her destination This remark has given rise to the report that the Itata coaled at sea and proceeded to her destination while the Chilian war ship steamed for Acapulco to throw the United States authorities off the track man-of-wÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ nited Stats Authorities Outwitted e of the chronic insane and Mr li al advantages mnty presented a paper adv care of the insane and strongly denunciatory of what he termed the palace prisons where from MO to 2iHW human beings are herded together The Child Problem in Cities was the topic for the evening and was opened with the report of the commit tee having the question in charge An interesting paper was read ly Mr Folks of Philadelphia on a In r e of Delinquent Chi the the nine years since its organization the Childrens Aid Society of ennsyl vania has made provision for 3927 children MICHIGAN The House Paasaa the Bill I abllhlng New Laws for the Killing of tame ItaliaxsjsV Mich May 1 The house on Friday passed the general game bill which is a substitute for ail the bills that have been introduced this session under that head and provides for the killing of game as fellows Â¬ Â¬ v Including r ain lines branches a Missouri River To all points Eu City to Rock Island Davenport Des it POUTE to Spirit Lrke I wtm and town Minneapolis St Paul and short direct route In connection Louisville Nashville and kBatern and 80JatMn poi 1 Kansas City it also constltu THE SHORT UNE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOUP RIVER It traverses vast areas of the riot world formlnar the speediest most populur ar transportation to and from al ciu S towns and orado and tec Indian Territory Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and D Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wicuita jid -- ystem of and Pu MAGNIFICENT VSTsBUL Leac EXPRESS TANS urate pre HE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVCrCVE TOURIST LINE The opening season for deer in tae lower penlns iln Is November 10 tn December 1 lnclu Bire m the upper peninsuathe entire month of September wild turkeys November 1 to December IS woodcock August n to Decenv ber 16 dueka wild geese snipe or other v tld water fowls September lo De Â¬ cember 1 but tha open season for snipe red head bue hill canvas back pldgeoa sad piatell ducks aad wild geese to continue until May 1 of ihi year following Partridge Octo ber 1ft to December 1ft exrpt in upper penin sula September 1 to January 1 quail Novem ber 1 to December 1J stern Tr ST JOU JOHN SEBASTIAN it II I FLUB AND LAVA A New Volcano Appears In Armenia DeÂ¬ Planning a Groat Game Park 111 A stock May 16 company with a capital of 50000 is being formed by citizens of Decatur Decatur TAROED PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOTJSEHOID REMEDY FOR ECZEMA stroying Villages and People The Dix Neuvins Siecle says that commercial advices have been received at Marseilles from Trebizond to the ef- Â¬ EAlni Subdue Fire Recent rains have subdued the forest fect that a new volcano has appeared in fires in the vicinity of White Cloud Armenia at the summit of Mt Nimrod Mich Hundreds of families are desti-Â¬ in the district of Van vomiting forth tute within forty five miles of there flames and lava The villages at the and many hundreds have nothing to eat base of the mountain have been de- Â¬ save what charitable people give them stroyed and many persons are said to have been killed or injured The fugi Some of them are badly burned tives are camping outside the range of Eleven Austrian Detained They are almost entirely destruction Eleven men all Austrians were de destitute and the greatest misery pre Â¬ office Thursday be- Â¬ vails among them tained at the barge The Turkish gov- Â¬ cause they had been brought here un-Â¬ ernment has taken measures to aid the der contract to work in Chicago some sufferers for the Consumers Gas Co and some The Esmeralda Expects Help for the City Cable Co El Universal the only Mexican organ Foul Play Feared that has so far made any mention of W F Dillon prominently connected the arrival of the Esmeralda at Aca Â¬ with the wholesale trade of Wheeling pulco says that in addition to the Es- Â¬ W Va and a member of the Vance Co meralda other Chilian warships are ex- Â¬ has mysteriously disappeared and foul pected at Mexican ports A telegram play is suspected He had a large sum from Guatemala states that a schooner of money with him captain just arrived reports having seen two strange looking vessels under full Sixty Miles of Fire In Pennsylvania sail proceeding in a southerly direc- Â¬ A great fire Is raging along the mount Â¬ tion ains between Punxsutawney and Bell wood on the line of the Pennsylvania His Assailant Was a NlhlUs and Northwestern It is sixty miles in London May 16 The St PetersÂ¬ Many people have been made burg correspondent of the Chronicle length homeless says it is reported that the czarowitz iian is ad- riously w Gored to Death by a Bull The corre- Adrian Mich May 16 Josiah Hen son colored aped Y0 years was gored to death by a Jersey luH on his prem- Â¬ ises here Friday morning An ai ently authentic claim is made that Mr Henson was a son of the original Uncle Tom immortalized by Mrs Harriet ese po Beccher Stowe Â¬ Â¬ Pekin Peoria Springfield Gales burg Bloomington Indianapolis Columbus O and Hrooklyn N Y to purchase the tax title to 15000 acres of hunting and fishing land contiguous to Spring lake 14 miles below Pekin on the Illinois river to be improved and set apart for use by the members of the company for fishing and banting The stockholders in De-Â¬ catur number sixty three leading citi- Â¬ zens A business meeting is to be held in Pekin May al Hare sty Falllag arista BimsfixosLAM Ala May 10 Friday morning while several school children were entering the Henly school about twenty bricks fall from a building being erected near by onto the roof of the schoolhottse roUed off and fell on the heads ef the children fatally inÂ¬ juring Albert Meyer aged 11 and seriously injuring James Odea Ed Macky Fletcher gammer and Oeerge Wiley The responsibility for the accident has not yet been fixed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ill WOUNDS BURNS PILES BRONCHITIS c SCRES CROUP Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book PRICE 50 CENTS FOR MEDICINAL TH R O I D SOK Pw AJBSOIvUTBjrvar IXJIr5 XAR OID CO BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES CHICAGO ILL A CITY LUXURY Just as the city looks to the country for most of the luxuries used on its tables so the country must turn to the city for those con fences which are justly termed luxuries for the hard working house- Â¬ wife City housekeepers have learned to realize that to save time is to lengthen life Mayor Shakespeare has written to Got Nichols requesting him to ask of Secretary of State Blaine the recall of Italian Consul Cortes exequatur by the president on the ground that he has outlived his usefulness and is no longer acceptable as a resident of New Orleans iuH- - Charged with Murder Consul Corse Had Better Oo -- The i I is one of the best known city luxuries and each time a cake is used an hour is saved On floors tables and painted work it acts like a IF YOUR For scouring pots pans and metds it has no equal charm DOES NOT KEEP FT YOU SHOULD INSIST STOREKEEPER UPON HIS DOING SO as it always gi es satisfaction and its immense sale all over the United States makes it an almost necessary article to any well supplied store Everything shines after its use and even the children delight in using it in their attempt to help around the house CHETstNNE Heavy Snowfall In Wyoming May 16 Twelve Wyo V Inches of snow fell Friday at Sherman liost point 40 miles west of he road Several on the Union 1 here bnt the Inches of soft the cattle weather is not cold oenefitted ranges will -- i tt r ri mzj JayWseeWI THE WILLARD I Cask Hickory Grove Farm home Racine Whv says After trying of every known remedy I removed a large Bunco ears standing from a S year ud Oily with three applications of Mb - J LATE ALEXANDERS HOTEL Opp Court Honee ar Jefferson j Center - Louisville Ky Green 9 He H Michael I ted suicide at lying down be t dTi va 1 biiok aborer commlt tdence Mo by the two drive- so that his neck was placed across the track When tho was severed tely from his body pNNS 1 OINTMENT 1 Thoroughy Renovated and Improved XlAiJLtiS Clerks IsuuumuauHsVissW have ever used or heard ot 1 heartily recommend it to ail Horseman We Anew AundredJaMsA i per battle At jooronggMlortl If he TJTTW PriceSi JU h does not Bassi at asna awass sosssps or awes is aw am MrasBBHABX W BEDDY CO wateiiell N Y ssaatMlssstiiHit ssBsaanasBwawsisaisitssaiuiitlstssuiiaitsestll is the best preparation i 8200 3PIiJrl X ATT W B LOGAN ARSUALL THE CLIMAX TIPTON IISHfcU BVKKY VUlMBUil THE TICKET Editor Co The Climax Printing -- WnG White Chas S Pow ill PRICE PKR riAS f150 Velaesday - Hay HO 1891 STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET N MONDAY AIG 3BH l8ol I GOVERNOR NG BRO 1 The nominations or tato otteera made by the convention at Iouisvill week are good ones without exception John Young Brown for imernor was a most excellent selection Personally we preferred Mr Clay Mriag to his several and close relations ti Ifrtdtaon county hut considering the State at large Mr Brown is as ahle and availahle a man as could have BeBB found 11 is ability firm- Â¬ ness eloquence and dign ty made him thous nil friendti wherever he went Like the great leveland he has 11 digested opinions and fearlessly expresses them wherever and whenever occasion demands His i lajoriy will STATE DEMUCKATIC CONVENTION nderton NOR for M C ALKORI ot Lexington IR li VL KICKS The Convention convened on We day and adjourned on Saturday The of our column were nominated Mr D on the lath ballot Mr lav being at that time his only oj ponent Clardv of i Al IITOR 1 C NORMAN oi B I 1 Ki M vfRER n II S HALE K OF LAND OFFICE G B SWAN GO YAoolfe TION of Ol succumb Hardin next On the th ballot t nd Brown Hardin Hardin then withdrew lad durii J 13th ballot Mr Clay withdrew and Mr nrown was iioiinnateii v a unanimous d on The loth ballot Frid Mr Alford for Lieatenant Gov 1 i El PORTER THOMPSON wen ll HI nd wag noi ination For Auditor ireen of Louie li C Warren of Lincoln and L C Nor man of Baoae were noniinateil The last named received more votes than all his oi Woodford FOB CLERK Ol Ol KT OF APPEALS A ADDAMS larrion the new For Treasurer there BBS bat one aom u and Mr Hale who holds the of y appointment waa nominated by n Foi ion is 11 f the Land Office Thos wry lied of II Corbett of McCracken Alex Grant of Yc nag Brown klin T B Bullock of Lewis and i B Sw orbett re tcr worth on the tirst ballot hick- - Bullock withdrew during the second bal inert lot and daring a recapitulation Grant Alter considerable wrangling ral western counties went to Swaagi and he was aoaraaUid For Superintendent nf Public InatmC tion Prof Furnish of Livingston conntv J J Glenn of Hopkins Z F Smith of C will have climW d the Louisville Ed Porter Thompson of Owen i of Spencer and John 0 Hodgi were nominated ETY will jrolhy lo Thompson waa Mania an nl on the first le for the Seriate fr ballot That should settle the For Clerk of the Court of appeals Shaw Capt Martin and Addanai were pat before the Convention and Addani won on the first ballot that tin The following resolutions were adopter n by There shall b eiitral Cotnmit- re his own electeil from the lopted barged with the general supervision of the organization and man- i -- The pledge froi t of liia m pwept early throw it would vw ay lirV ILKEKiMi AT ELSCTIONS ion provides that r and f the that i count Think of it nil thirty are iidates think tlii Also a State Executive Committee romp member in and for Congressional district and of the Central Committee the btaer eoDerti very having one vote only Said State F ecutivc Committee is chanmd with tin callii Conventions and di ting the time ami place therefor and with the geneial direction and control of the organization when a State Convention is not in session and with the execution of the such convention Th Dsembera of both tl est- commitn their place of meeting shall be selected inventions There shall also be a district committei in and for each Congivssioual district and Indicia district and Senatorial di slative district comprising - - cb district of tin hair -- I THE SI 11 TKEASI Kl oil ct rnor T pi w mbeo t lirman of every committee shall r to call n - dutv to o ritten reqor The regular or acting h rirman and tary of a committee which calls a ntion shall act is Temporary Chair man and Secretary fir the organization ol otiveiition if it Ik- a mat Bad such committee shall apioiiit such Temporary Chairman etary if it In- - a delegate convention The Appellate Court District Commit nd Superior Court District CoaamhV Bhall be composed of the district menders of the StaU Fxecutive Commit tee w ithin such eonrt district and if there be no Chairman chosen by the members the S cte Central Committee shall designate whic i member shall be the Chairman The State Executive Committee shall name the day and hour which shall In line throughout the State and the Countv Committee s shall determine the - county city town or other municipality shall ever be authorized or permitted to A number of the leading papers of the pay any claim created against it under state have given some strong reasons by any agreement or contract made without why the new work should not be sanction Â¬ express authority of law and all such un- Â¬ ed by the people Kentucky StiUs Journal authorized agreements or contracts shall be null and void Frankfort Capital Hon L W Leasing was in town Monday and distributed a large number of It provides that each county having a copies of the proposed new Constitution population of 150000 Bhal constitute a It looked verv much like the pamphlet judicial district which shall be entitled was falling into the hands of its enemies to four Circuit Judges and it may have but those receiving it will surely give it an additional Judge for each increase of a careful reading Boone County llccor- - 40000 inhabitants But in the next sec- tion it provides that each county having a city of 20000 inhabitants and a popu- Cnder our law as tt atood before the latiou including said city of 40000 or Constitution now proiiosed cattle of the more mny provide that it shall haye an value of ISO the growing crop articles additional Judge when its population manufactured for family use all the reaches 75000 and such district may poultry raised and the provision on have an additional Judge for each addi hand for family use were exempt from tioiial 20000 population above 100000 taxation The new Constitution now Tills gives Jefferson county four Circuit Judges and it may have five when its proiioscs to change all this Irxii population reaches 190000 But Fay atte Kenton Campliell and other coun Borne time ago it looked aa if the new ties will each be entitled to only three titution would badly defeated Judges when their population even but at this time there is but little doubt reaches 200000 tjirlingtw of n- However there is noth ing sure except death and taxes The proposed Contitutbn gives the you should go to the polls the first Mon Legislature the right to delegate to some day in A the Consti appointing jiower most likely the Gov- This will Rtop the everlasting ernor the power to appoint Mayors for which the people cities and towns the population of which time and money for the last sixteen does not exceed 8000 and the same mode of selecting School Boards can be ted to in all cities and towns the failure at revising the population of which does not exceed con- - 20000 should be strongly The Mayor and Chairman of detuned by the people The old one as the board of Trustees are one and the it is is preferable but its objectionable same thing and are important officers in features can lie amended in a short time every city and town aad should be and an immense amount of cost and chosen by the people themselves and trouble aad litigation be prevented The not left to an outsider For the reason attempt at a new O list itut ion if adopt- - that the School Board has the privilege ed will lie a frightful calarnitv to our of selectiiur those who ant t tench onr treasury and to the Commonwealth gen children and has the power to levy a Reporter erally tax upon us for school purposes it is highly lmjiortant that they should le The Courier Journal in referring to chosen by the people themselves AW the miserably bad English of the new torn Mem titution quotes the remark of Sher idan on iKing criticised for an error in The incongruities of the proposed newone oi man eonjd Constitution are many and serious It write good grammar with such an d - d may be argued that all these inconsist- bad pen by which the Courier-Journencies and contrail ict ions can be cor mean- - to say that no man could rected and remedied when the Convenclothe such horrid nonsense as that gro tion reassembles in September next e instrument contains with anyThat is an impossibility but to one who thing like u spat labia language Mil- - has been near the Convention seven Hi raid long months the probability of making any thing better than that submitted by The new Constitution if adopted will repatching it is not clear The Convenmake anv man ineligible for the office of tion when it reassembles in September Circuit Judge who is over years old next will be composed of the same men This is reversing the old adage of old with the same diversity of opinion and men for counsel young men for war if you please with the same obliquity of No doubt the intent was to make no mental vision No unprejudiced man man eligible who was less than i but can carefully read the document suhinit- the plain letter of the document makes ted to the people as a new Constitution it otherwise This deepens our impres without being convinced that it must be sion against the new Coiistitution torn to pieces and remodeled in order to DrmoanL remedy its defects of construction Frankfort Capital The people of no State in the Union have been outraged as we have with One after another the flimsy objec-Â¬ local and special legislation and it should tions urged against the new Constitu- urce of irreat satisfaction to every tion are met and answered says the thoughtful citizen to know that it will le Owenslioro Inquirer But that is mereeffectually prohibited by the new Con- ly an assertion but the Inquirer stitution If there was nothing else in Any small errors if there be that instrument to recommend it to the any can be speedily remedied by the people of the State the article embrac- Â¬ apea clause The new Constitution ing this much neeiled reform in the leg will if adopted prohibit a mine earner islative department ought to be suffi- from owning an interest in a railroad cient Hi which runs to his mine and prohibit a railroad holding an interest in a mine The press of the State are still pound- Â¬ the pioduets of which it hauls to a ing away on the Con Con Some ac market This provision against develop cept it for its many good i ints knowment may be regarde by the Inquirer ing that perfection is never attained by as a small error though among those The kicV they are interested in bringing from would do if they knew the autli Kentucky soil the minerals which are have been inspired by Divine wisdom only waiting for capital and labor the ing for its rejection Sot much en or is regarded as vital But trifling or much for that We serious will the Inquirer tell its readers appreciate the fable of the lion and the how long it would take to change it ell to place ourselves at the through the operation of what it calls j of another convention of either the open clause and at the same slick demagogue- - or gentlemen I time explain the difficulties in the way red with hair hayseed of putting that open clause in nitraCovington CoamortntaBBa tion CONVENTION ECHOES Â¬ I 11 i j j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ especially that the Southern people will do their part in this work of loving re- Â¬ membrance has determined to let it be known through this address that the movement is begun and to invite all in- Â¬ terested to contribute to its success It is thought that not less than 10000 or 12000 will be required to complete the monument In order to hasten its consummation we now invite you to lend a helping hand The various commemorative organizations of Confederate Soldiers and Seamen and all other persons interested especially the ladies are invited to assist either by organized of individual effort All sums however small sent to any one of the committee mentioned below at Mobile will be gratefully appreciated and duly acknowledged By order of R M Banna Commander Camp Wm E Mickle Adjutant Wm E Mickle Chmn M F Ticker Â¬ LIVE EEPOET STOCK MABKET By GREENE A EMBKY Ll e Hlock Commliwloii MaasaaBBl it Clocln uall Uutou Stock Ysnls unit CovlugUm Slock Yards CiNctNNATi STALLIONS PennsylYania -- RECORD 247 By Gen 1433 A WORD TO ALL Our stock is complete in all the ert latest Novelties to be seen in the Eastern Cities A large and I SHIPPING CATTLE Onto My r8 5 r8or 5 Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 6ia 4 75 3 750 4 7c 4 03 2 s 5 4 4 3 BUTCHER Good to Extra Fair to Good CATTLE 5 Washington sire of Poem LuPresto 222 t a 75 by Dam Madelene 223 zerne 227 oj Hambletonian to 2nd dam Nancy Whit50 man dam of Robert McGregor 2i7l2 by Seeleys American Star 3rd dam Nance 75 dam of Lady Whitman 230 by Durlands 5 Pennsylvania is a Messenger Duroc dark bay 16 hands high black mane and 219 40 Extra Fat Steers Fair to G od Steer Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen 5 25 4 7sa 4 3 5061 2 4 to 5 50 5 35 5 25 5 tail and weighs 1250 pounds Will make the season of t t oi op 23 00 00 75 AT mond 42- - 40 TO INSURE A COLT Rich- ii Handsome Line of Wm Gooi 4 50 4 00 3 1 at my stable at the Fair Grond Ky II u CTRAYNOR Agent BULLS Best Shipping Best Bologna fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin f H L Gnu lino E lEnVARI 11 4 3 40 3 00 2 2 00 Com 2S 4 50 3 65 3 25 2 Confederate Chief both in Patterns and in the Piece onr stock of Also 40 ArsTiii FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers 4 6o 4 q WASH DRESS GOODS fi5m HOUSE NOTES Kingman won the Louisville Derby in the slow time of 208 Smith McCann of Lexington has d sold to Bower maa Bros a stallion by Wilton dam by Led Wilkes three-year-ol- 4 00 3 25 2 50 4 25 3 50 3 00 asury jlan wl ich has taken a hold on the minds of the II t reformers warehoose value the never Ik- - ahle to is acÂ¬ t he w ill tion from the iy overmuch e j will Ian i invention provision for the supply and distribution of copies of tbeir work I 1000 to be printed alxiut very two voters and put the burden of distributing them upon individual membl - The printers the Journal Job Company report the supply exhausted and the demand still A gratifying degree of outside in large in Kentucky affairs is shown by the fact that many orders for the docu ment have been repaired from distant ConÂ¬ Courier-Â¬ The lend it to the farmers tiie popalaricy which it has with t evei Ih claand i - nothing mmercial foinethii apeak inly in regard to the FOB CLEVELAND comments as of selectin hereunder act forth on tl I on the failure n - adjourning of Vent County district and other local commit which was ention was tees shall le- - chosen at such times and in after a four such manner as the State Central Com Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ very serious objection to the new instrument is so many new departures in the nature of experiments which we believe if adopted will prove a burden to th the people a stumbling block to the progress and development of the resources ot the State and cause endless and expanarre litigation which in the main will fall on those who are at able to ear it It is safe to say that but few of the present generation of adults would live to see the litigation arising therefrom settled by the Court of A Appeal- A iurg Democrat me eniiri 01 ippeais may construe the Constitution but it may not erase a word from nor add a word to it It must consider that the Convention having inserted the world not in the 135th section undoubtedly intended that the Circuit Judges should le less than thirty five years of age since as to Judges of the Court of Appeals it omits the word and plainly requires an age greater than thirty nve Ihe matter would be ridiculous if it were not serious But it is not only serious in itself hut serious as raising the reasonable presumption that the carelessness with reference to the Judiciary obtains throughout the entire instrument Pos sibly the Convention wanted the Circuit Courts filled with young blood but in so doing it has cut out some of its memler8 who if rumor is in any way credible look upon the ermine in its whiteness and covet it greatly The endless litigation which the new Con- Â¬ stitution would entail would begin with suits to determine the qualifications of the Court itself Covington Common aeaan Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 40 0045 00 Fair to Good 20 oo30 00 o10 0011 i Common Best Veal Calves 5 75 m 10 5 Fair to Good 5 Common and Heavy 3 50c Senator Hearsts racing stable was sold HOGS in New York and Foxhall Keene bought Select Butchers 5 to 5 05 Tournament who wou 190000 last year Fair to Good Packers 5 00 4 65 for 3300 Oood to Extra Lights 4 7594 5 00 3 90 3 75 The new Chicago racing association Light Pigs SPRING LAMBS will throw open its gates Wednesday 7 oo 7 25 when a Derby at a mile and a quarter Extra- will be run The track as it stands represents an outlay of 500000 The Hudson County X Y Jockey Club closed a most successful meeting on Thursday last During IIS days vwlLVV M more than 700 races were run and about 400000 were paid out in purses and added money to ataki Smith Bowman of Lexington has sold to H S Henry of Pennsylvania for 2000 the bav mare Nuttena by Nut wood fclSf dam Marcia S by Williams Mamhrino Nuttena is sate in fal to Anteo that sold for SV00oi and is sold with her engagements in Kentuckys IfthjOOO Futurity and the 5000 Blue RibÂ¬ bon Stake Mr Sam Wilmuth superintendent of Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Walsh Co8 distillery who has been and refreshing to the taste and acts mysteriously absent since Satuiday regently yet promptly on the Kidneys turned Tuesday night on the 1020 train Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysfrom Cincinnati and relieved his family tem effectually dispels colds headand friends from a painful suspense aches and fevers and cures habitual His family rockaway had been sent to constipation Syrup of Figs is the every train since his absence except the only remedy of its kind ever pro-Â¬ one which brought him home The duced pleasing to the taste and acfamily had about despaired of ev ceptable to the stomach prompt in ing him again alive when suddenly its action and truly beneficial in its they were startled by a knock ou the effects prepared only from the most door Hie Iiobt Goggin in healthy and agreeable substances its response to the knock said Whos many excellent qualities commend it there The answer came Its me to all and have made it the most who do you reckon Open the door popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and let me in The door was opened and Mr Wilmuth inquired why they and 1 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who hadnt sent the rockaway to meet him gists according to the directions he had given may not have it on hand will prothat morning lie was laboing under cure it promptly for any one who the delusion that he had beau absent wishes to try it Do not accept any but a day Although be knew the dif substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ferent members of the family be could SAN FRAHCI8C0 CAL give but a bewildering and unsatisfacto- Â¬ LOUISVILLE MEW YORK HK Kl ry account of himself He said to his daughter Mrs Ed Ditchen Ive to S r been to see vou at the same place I went before but they said you wasnt 3 z a at home Theres a great deal of water at that place His wife asked if he had been to supper he replied o- Xo I havent been to supper but I got a cup K M of coffee at the Soldiers Home Mrs y S 2 Ditchen says that her father has not visited her since her removal to Cincinnati a r x x but he once visited her while she re3D sided in Detroit Mr Wilmuth remem bers having bought a ticket at Cincin5P B nati for which he paid Si2 the exact O fare to Detroit Therefore it is resum n L ed that he went to Detroit and on his 2 S return bought a cup of coffee at Dayton re s c m hio where he probably remembers having seen the Soldiers Home On Cu D C his arrival at home a search was made through all his pocketa and 8 were 2 X y-rs found but not a letter paper or book of O H any description He usually carried a 5 o r great many letters and papers and a BPtket well tilled with money w ft He Z could gie no account of the property and they can only surmise - 1 it L 5 owhat becaaae Of them whether taken ui T charge ol by a friend or whether lost or Â¬ gaw No 423 Standard and Registered Sire of William Arthur lalviifcdSase 2234 Sleepy ChitOwn brother to eratc Maid 2t2j ret Woodford Chief record 22j4 at ear old ited with a record of 241 since he irlv taken to Canada but he Me ha to have been able to trot in 220 had few opportunities in the stud and 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 Chief sireof CroxieSiiQ1- and nine others better than 230 also dams of Phallas and 2l34l Majolica 215 Wilson 2ifl4 Virdam ten more better than 230 ginia dam of Woodford Chief 2221 4 Bil- 21 complete with all the latest and most beautiful fabrics Dont fail to examine our stock liefore purchasing and vou are certain to he pleased both as to qanality and prici is CONFEDERATE CHIEF is only cred- Â¬ WHITE 112 W Main St F ALLEN opp Court Honsi 4upiQs L WARDROIER it ly Touns thoroughbred 25 to Insure a Mare in Foal Will make season at mv Stable in Richmond HENRY S DUNCAN Agt Â¬ The New Pinning WARDROPER till PILOT WILKES THE MADISON COUNTY PIANINO MILL Sired by Bud Crooke 2iSI4 and he by the great George Wilkes who challenge the world to day and without a rival to be the fountain head of the greatest family of trotters that ever lived Pilot Wilkes dim Belle Walker was sired by Dick Turpin bv Clark Chief by Mambrino Chief Clark Chief sired the dams of Ihallas Wilson by George Wilkes and Majolica 2i312 210 a trio of brood mares that has never been equalled by any other stall ion Dick Turpins dam was sired by Doniphan by Davy Crocket and out of Ellen by Pacing Pilot the sire of Pilot Jr who sired the dams of Nutwood Maud S and Jay See Belle Walkers dam was sited by Captain Walker the ire of the dams of Harrv Wilt iilack Cloud 21 Bad Gartield22i Crooke the sire of Pilot Wilkes w of Lizzie Brinker and she the dam of Lucy Fleming 22412 Bud Crooke 2 iSt Adjutant 227 Odd Fellow and the Karr filly 246 at 2 years old E have condensed in Pilot Wiikes the blood of the best performers that ever lived and I will guarantee him to show as much speed for his opportunities as anv colt of his age in Kentuckv Pilot Wilkts wiii make the season in icQt at my stable on the Richmond and Lexington Turnpike about 9 miles from Richmond at 1 OPK ENJOYS WALLACE Prop Â¬ Is now thoroughly adjusted ami in excel Â¬ Â¬ taroifig out unexcelldi EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MILL WORK DONE TO ORDER -- SUCH AS- - Â¬ Ee Doors ash Blinds Mouldings Loth Shingles Rough ond Dressed Libber immediately on the son-in-la- Â¬ 21 Our mill M K and commutiici vitch runnin Â¬ ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FELLED WE AUK ALSO CONTRACTORS 41- - v AND 15 To Insure a Living Colt v BUILDERS g Â¬ I- 1 a 3 Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with CLIFTON BURGIN 44 50 ll you hare a lions to VARDR0P1B waai Brownmont 1905 RICHMOND PLUMBING CO STASDAUll AND HKGISTKIUo 16 22 Dark brown Stallion ed May 1SS0 -- CD Â¬ hands high Bred by W T Withers Lexington Kv foal- Â¬ Â¬ Sxred 1 lo y Aliaae32t by by by by hy by 33 11 Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond Ky Â¬ I 2 i 1 ilum diim Kik iIhiii Mary Howe itiini ilaiii o 5 diiu KiI- Mamhrino Chief Zenith Grej igle 1 I linn T i hy Imp Kiidin Inii y Medley J ir SatiirfiNr Plumbers Steam and Das Â¬ Firs 5 J t 11 Stolen Parin A - papers are wag- r the ate of the Tar- viu resolution indorsing Mr Cleveland nh a whistling to kcej their cour- age nj 1 thing in the con- the Kent ink Democracy so apparent a the fact that Cleveland was its prime favorite His name excited r nthnnianm Ui Browns Mr Karri lis resolution at inent when at least legates h e hall worn out with an almost citing and of four days and next time the Kky meets in Sute Con vention tlie country wi I know w hat that Democracy thinks of Grover Cleve- Â¬ The anti Cleveland mittee shall determine All rules adopted by the last State Convention not in conflict with these Jules are readopted Tie inittee shall be constituted as follows First District Henry Burnett of Mc Cracken nd District Prey Woodson of Third Distric- tFourth District Fifth District Ville h District Walker Simtison ames 8 Wort ham C Ixiuis- Charles IL Long Rrd Perry Gallatin nth District S G Sharp Fayette ith District L WMcKee Ander- - great many persons have asked if the new Constitution now before the people for their approval is rejected at the next Aaaat election will the Con stitutional Convention have the power to make another Yes it has the right to proclaim the old Constitution the or- Â¬ ganic law of the State or the newly framed document or it may meet and frame a new one altogether either of these three things it has the powerto do The Convention has not adjourned just aterely taking a recess until September in order to give the people an opportunity to vote as to whether or not they will accept the work presented for their approval Murray Ledger Â¬ A MONUMENT Kinth District Charles B Poyntz Tenth District R H Yansart Elliott AN IVCWAB0 rSOVISial IN THEPKd Eleventh District G A Denham POSED CONSTIUTIOX Whitley Resolved That the thanks of the Demo les that all cratic tiarty of the Sate are tendered to ns le held on the ri st Tuesday af- Joha B Castkman for the faithful lay in Novemlwr of each and efficient discharge of the duties of year and that no ooantl aAocr can le Chairman of the St te Central Commit- CVtngrese- - The sentiment opposed to the adop- Â¬ tion of the new Constitution is wide Â¬ spread ami is growing From present inlicatious the instrument framed by the Convention will not receive a re Â¬ spectable vote But few of the leading men of the State favor it but most of the apers of the State oppose it We do not believe the people can adopt it because of the defects which are more On the whole tl UtlOO iled to make any Improvement Tiie more it is read and considered by the people tie apparent it be-solution of the problem The sute Central Committee shall be constituted as foliov John B n Chairman James Attilla ox Sterling B J Wm L Lj rick Hoertz Boyd Winchester Lonisv lie James W Bryan Covington James 1 it liefore John 11 W lolasville al should I 11 P Thompson M inchester James A i aarasawMa die or resign then am r iia H 1 Allen Mor unty ganfield baa already ht That tin thanks of this con ppointment nnst bold n are due to the Hon I H i year You w how a county i large majority cne way Ron 8ipMie that a luan is alerted Ige should be ilected hut re pign or die or otbcrw u vacati theoasna vernor would appoint a laimww e that the ie one for Congressman idge mas hold over an- 1 I tains eminent property once took tire and was likely to be dest roved unless prompt its-- ld lie obtained to extinguish the flames It was on a water iront and several ats were near ready and willing to lend their aid provided j I the a loats for aaatoaite po al on account of a lame constitution e same of course appl ie i to all the eou n irBcers as it does to county Judge their work He declined to engage the assistance of the boats because advi ous duties of their respective positions ment had nade for bids on the and also to the abb corps of clerks who service required So the property burned have rendered such valuable assistance to total los- i 369 of the proposed in the proceedings if this convention institution reads as follows No j terest themselves in this movement A tnai who has practiced medicine for 40 years ought to know salt from sugar Headquarters Raphael Semmes read what he says Camp of United Confed Toledo O Jan 10 r887 erate Veterans Mobile Ala May 12 1891 J Messrs F J Cheney Co GentleThe Raphael Semmes Camp of United men I have been in the general practice Confederate Veterans of this city com Â¬ of medicine most 40 years and would say posed of the resident members of the that in all my practice and experience Army and Navy of the late Confederate have never seen a preparation that I could States sends you greeting and respect- Â¬ prescribe with as much confidence of sucfully calls your attention to the fact that cess as I can Halls Catarrh Cure manuwhile monuments and statues have been factured by you Have prescribed it a great raised to Lee Jackson Johnston and oth- Â¬ many times and its effect is wonderful and er great commanders of the Confederate would say in conclusion that I have yet to land forces nothing has yet been done to find a case of Catarrh that it could not honor and perpetuate the memory of cure if they would take it according to those noble men who illustrated at sea directions Yours Truly the prowess of the South Foremost among those gallant sailors stood Raphael L L GOKSUCH M D Semmes Office 215 Summit St We need not here recapitulate the par- Â¬ We will give 100 for any case of Ca- Â¬ ticulars of acareer uhlan is so well known tarrh that can not be cured with Halls to history but would remark that though Catarrh Cure Taken internally for some years after the war theuncooled CO Props ToledoO CHENEY Sold by Druggists 75c passions of the conflict obscured the judg 47 50 ment of our Northern brethren in regard to the merits of this renowned man yet Louisville Tobacco Market time has brought more sober thought and By Uliiver A lumen luisvllle i the commander of the Alabama is graduWaie JJo ally becoming recognized throughout our Saes on our market for the week tutt common country Bfl one of the moat bril- Â¬ closed amount to 2140 lids with receipts for the same peri xi ol Sohis Sales on liant naval others that America re our market since anuai 1st amount o produced 62 46 bd the crop of on The Lee Association organised in this our market to this date 409io hds S90 the dtjr aaoat identified with his career We have had a very fim and active where lie spent the la it years of his life market during the entire week with a ten- and where his ashes are buried is proud ucinj u rngncr values on ail iiicomm and The receipta con Â¬ of having inaugurated a movement to good grades of hurley tinue small and the offerings of good a suitable monument or statue to tobacco are hardly adequate to the wants the memory of the great admiral Some of the legitimate trade years ago they r The fodowiiiu quotations burly repre sums of money and laid the foundatian of a sent our market for new hurley tobacco monument to this great naval hero and to Trssh Dark or damaged tobacco 200 300 the Raphael Semmes Camp now proposes Colory Trash 3 50 to Soo to take charge of the work begun by the Common Lugs not colory 3 50 to 550 Colory Lugs 000 to 2 00 Association and carry it on to completion Common Leaf 7 00 to 00 The Raphael Semmes Camp hoping Medium to Good Leaf 11 00 to 1600 that Americana of every section will in Â¬ Good to Fine Fillers t6 00 to 2200 Â¬ TO ADMIRAL SEMMES C S N There is imminent danger that the prospect of making a National Park of the Chickamauga battle around will end in failure the reason lieing the rapacity of land owners Fairly good property that waa formerly held at the nominal to 10 an acre is now thought value of to be w rth f80 to fJOO and even The committee w ill not favor a condemnation process and as they are di ed with the spirit show n they will unless equi able prices are made report ad versely upon the plan Con ed a bill appropriating tfWJMrr fur the purpose of establishing the park but the battlefield embraces 7000 acres and that RAPHAEL amount wouldnt hold out in buying it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a 6 n 2 - x 0 5 Q n w z 3 rt r 0 5 n X w 5 3 n rr- tr g 71 t 2 Q S - - g on o 5 m o STRICTLY PRE M Â¬ We call the attention of Painters and everybody to our celebrated vet can show a mei rv clip Like WE CARRY A FILL LINK OF Midway rial I35 and Aladdin his lull lie shows the heavy mane and brothers tail of Mambrino and is an ideal prise winner Short fine back tine corck and perfect disposition Alaaoat 33 the sire of Brownmont is by INCIll Alexanders Abdallah and be by R Hambletonian 10 1 dam by Mimlin no Chief Chandeliers Globes Rubber by Filut Jr i ilam He is the sire of thirty seven in the list including Vestmont 2134 Puritan BATH TUBS AKDCL06E1 216 Fanny Witherspoon 2164 1iedmont Aldine anoAi anJ Earlv JENKINS GLOBI YALY 22o4 and grand sire of Belle llanrmn 2124 He is the sire of 31 mares tiiat 8TPHON8 AND INSPIR hive produced 36 pertormers including Winslow Wilkes 21 in Alaba t HOT WATH years old 21 J B Richardson 217 Catchfly 2iS4 Silas Skinner 219 Treasurer and thirty others He Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and Street has 57 sons that have sired 167 performers In all there are 318 230 performers de scended from Altnont BROWN MONTS istdam is by Mam f You need not eo to Cincinnati or 0 brino Chief the head of the greatest Diood mare tamily in the world We ck of he Our work is done thus find in the veins of Brownmont the delphia Mill suj nds blood of Hambletonian Mambrino Chiel and Pilot Jr backed up by a strong infusion of thoroughbred BROWNMONT has been in Georgia 33 7 Plimbfrs TO Ri since he was three years old and has had no track work and no chance in the stud In Kentucky he should make a great stock G horse BROWNMONT wil make the present season at my stables 2 miles from Paint Lick and 2 miles from Silver Creek at THIS foal HORSF is without a vice and a getter Has never been train Gas Fixtures of Every Description Brackets Stanards Tubing c 2o 2il4 20 prickling Â¬ RICHMOND PLUMBING CO DR G W EVANS W EVANS JR 20 to Insure a Mare In foal 4t 2 GWEvans RICHMOND Son Pure - Ready - Mixed - Paint which we sell under the following positive guarantee We guarantee our Ready Mixed Paints when properly applied to a good surface not to crack chalk or peel and to give perfect satisfaction as a tirst clas paint and if after three years wear it tails to meet the above requirements we agree to furnish paint free of charge to repaint building TIIE LLMAXX PHILP0TT MFO CO Bfay A full stock of these paints on hand and for sale by W C FITZPATR1CK 48 2t Not responsible for accidents J P EMBRV REAL ESTATE HIS ID ILIBi KY KING RICHARD This great individual and sire of high priced horses will make the season o at the stable of S H Stone on Big Hill pike one mile from Richmond at 20 to Insure a Living Colt FJ Â¬ Â¬ Money due when mare is parted with or bred to another horse otherwise when colt is foaled KING RICHARD was sired by Old Pcavine his dam Pharos by Imported Phaeton 2nd dam by Glencoe 3rd dam bv Woodford I hve rnnvn mv Blacksmith Shop tn King Richard is a model horse with mv ni w building on Third treet ami have perfect disposition He is a beautiful associated with me Mr A D Smith and chestnnt 16 hands high weighes 1250 and in connection with my Blacksuiihiig imparts a great deal of finish to his colts will do all kinds of He out classes any horse we have ever seen priced Carriage aepalringr aintiaj Txlm- - horses asouta 01uniform ir sire of high an in ordin mares As promptly aizLsr dividual lie nas lew equals as a sire lie and to order Nothing but the best stock has m de a record that itirpa ri anv of hisclass STONE ARBUCKLS nd satisfaction guarantee Let all 44 of our old triends give us a trihl aVaf RcitK moer I have moved to Third Street bet Iivine and North S li- S L MIDRIFF sell and exchance Rpal KstntP nnrl mm attention to Real Estate and general collection business in all ot it detai List your property at oucefor February catalouge Buy REMOVAL sc Paris Ice Manufasturin asd Cold Sttr Capany JCOU STORAGE CQ f Steam Thrasher fer Sale BALED HAY I have 47 2 PRINCIPAL OFFICE PARIS KY power 1 Fifty Tons ol Baled Hav for K T PER KINS Richmond Ky First class TKraaber with 12 horse traction Engine and 36 inch Separator Terms esv In good repair JOHN GRADY 2 A Y 1 RICHMOND KY BRANCH OFFICE DEPOT J S Kirksviile I 1 A II Boatarttak a aaa 1 1 and Select Wrappery Tobacco 22 to f2yo Coke Per Sale An excellent quality of coke for sale the new gas works Price M N DRIGGARS Supt i2c at V 17 mftrr - HlfB iuatiw rra anl nrit- - and arkn Uon w UI w or mifrwtriaanli -- ---H T 77 K ofcrnih s aarfh 11 u 40- - Richmond Water and Light Co rrsxAJLLX E kmshMdyi rsirtir i Mkauhmnli Vmm MMmmiLM Uhfam nt THOROUGH T teihraphy rrcy Mam THIRD AM INSTRUCTISR JtTFERtOK ITUCTS at t brvait a III B00X IEEPII3 J SH0RT BLOUNTS GROCERY tattw wiimctiiat MTO waT UWttVTUi IT CATAlMK rtO US0 TTPt WWTIM i- - THE CLIMAX WelaeaAay Kay 20 1891 B street has been greatly widened and improved from Water street south Tbe Commencement and the homegrown strawberry are now upon us oumly sick the alove subjects and the communion C JOHN Q TAYLOR Sole Agsnt for Mad question will be discussed also provided the gentlemen can agree on a statement making an eight days debate Lunch One Cent per pouad aal special prices in car load lots to Sealers will lie served on the grounds from baskets brought in from the surrounding Mrs 11 C BroaddtiH of West Main country The debate will take place at street haft been quite sit k for several Mt Pisgah church near Iairview about five miles beyond the Blue Lick Springs days with jaund Taylor has sold ten thousand pounds of ANNOUNCEMENTS rock Kilt since 1 is car load arrived on Mr A C Bm hanan a prominent busi TOR CIRCUIT COCBT CLERK ness man of Richmond was in town lat Thursday See ad NEWS lAUAGUAIIIS iiy Tuesday - DatteHU Advoa Columbus Chrstopher many years a non nee mTIf Dr Footer of this city was called to rwident of Richmond is dangerously Mrs Faiza Rutherford died in J abject lo tlie action of the Lw Crab Orchard last week to perioral a mine county aged 74 years sick at his homo rear Waco I have e It Is tmi er surgical ojieration on Mr Jorinly of that pales an Clerk and ilepaM Twenty five years ago M Ialor painted Lexington has organized its new miliyear thm Im place erai ingle roof d L T Griggs house at tary company to succeed the disbanded inn io tUttciarae the In Mr T S Tbdd a Middlesborough pio- Sharpe Bifh tlullen of Hie office As to how Vieo and it is good to this day Moral I n lemltsl to my Jen L iUUi U1V neer accompanied by his wife and sister-in-laJudges member of ihe lar have your roof jtaintcd W Burr Harrison a prominent lawmil other attendant is visiting his old home in this you To my previous yer of Lebanon died last Tuesday When the Ric niiond cemetery was county seventy years 1 T Italian was Cipt Miss Kiln K Anderson of Virginia is An aged preacher of Kokomo Ind on neeraac sold the first lot to visiting her sister Mi s Carrie Anderson Saturday u It married bis 1000th couple and Hon Win Chenault for 105 at Madison Female Institute and will re- Â¬ Cincinnati W 11 sting of his performao Are you for or against the new Conmain until after commencement s H THiKlK JT N a eanIU At Winchester John Locknane tried Clerk we have asked numbers of stitution saMessrs Will and Walter Park Oni p a runaway mule attached to a cart ami the answer generally is j rvii- Irvine with their wives and children and was run over and fatally hurt il u well I dont know for I havent read it Traajrisr spent several days last wiek At Lexington George H Kaiser stole jUcimini relatives and friends in this untj rirls trunk containing 1100 We have received one copy of the city and skipped He was arrested in CinNEW ADVERTISEMENTS the Union City and Cane Spring Climax dated Mag- M MM recently adaator A 11 Stewart of Pike county cinnati Ah FUR TICKETS MA KY MIIH MAMM1 COUNT rAIK vertised for and wish some enterprising road crosses near the late Nathan No visited friends here the past week He is apt Harry I Todd former lessee of OF or ir would unt up another one land home At that jioiut is a deep hole the best ltsiking man in that part of the Will pay S cents fir it into which the body of Jack Timber was The Exhibition to Take Place This Year State and will be re elected by a large the Kentucky jienitentiary died on last Time Ta Ky Wednesday at Frankfort from injuries ding at K lor tl in July thrown proliably 7o years ago after he vote The Canal ackrowledgos the receipt May received in a fall was murdered hence is called to this f a handsome inv A letter from Rev Frank Wil ration from Mr QesS day Wm The 2fth annual exhibition of the J T Gibson a BarbourriUe merchant Tinchers Hole But poles and Witt- - to attend the annual commenco be will go to Colorado next month In led with liabilities of lines are slow implements with which to Madison County Fair Association will of the law scl ool of Tulane Univerthe meantime be will visit Kentucky place in the amphitheatre at RichI se Orleans trom which school Mr serve the Lord and a quicker method take bat sorry to say can not come to Rich and assets estimated at 25000 Several was suggested With hoe and shovel mond on Tuesday Wednesday Thurs- mood t Louisville firms are among the principal is to graduate He was educated Watts credit they set to work and soon had the hole day Friday and Satirdav July Llst at Central University drained They had fish to give away Sad 23rd 24th and Bth 1801 A buniry of five persona has been pois w c Mat RELIGIOUS Tliursdav May 2K at Christian church and plenty to k Baxtoa A Trosts band will furnish the oned at Springfield O by eating cabthe kindergarten class of Miss Florence music The traditional oldest inhabitant A verv interesting meeting is in in which traces of arsenic have Han II will give a concert pr All ladies free on first day never saw that hole dry before i the Methodist church in Danville l eeii found The poison is supposed to I Shelby Irvine President M B Ar Mi voted to the church tions great interest in the have come from insect powder Attempt on the Life of Stepueu Rose Jr The papers The little folks should attend Ad buckle Secretary The Georgetown Times Bays meeting being held by Eld Thorp at Mr Readers of the Climax will recall the mission twenty live cents to all except The catalouge now in course of prepaier and rt i David Suggett of Midway was in town Lancaster murder of John Rose a prominent ration at the Climax office has 70 litu en cents for children under 10 years POWEII i m The revival at the Baptist church in Saturday He is aged id and says be farmer in row ell county who had rela and discloses a variety of rings and w isil Mill es be would marry again if he Mt Sterling closed w itli more than twentives in Richmond and the implication good premiums could find a lady to suit him W W Watts is Laving a large wind of ex Sheriff Hall ty additions The Winchester Fairs in other counties mill erected in his yard to pump water Sun Mrs Susan Baford B remarkably well No services at Episcopal church on 4 days Harrodsburg July 29th into his individual vrater works It is to Ahmet two years ago John Rose of next Sunday as tbe rector is absent at preserved lady mother of Mr W L Danville August 4th 4 days feet high J M Rifle is doing tbe P well county was murdered while on Bufortl who is in her seventv ninth the church convention Nicholasville August 11th 4 days two- We offer Tor sale privj best time for operating plumbing his way to Winchester to attend court nerlv torv brick aimSharpsburg August 12th 4 days The State Sunday school Union will year is just cutting her third set of teeth In the evening remove the bees and ronston at occupied and James Combs and Jesse Barrett are Rrselatisat sf Rntpert Hats duagea Maysville August 18th 4 days convene this year in annual session at having cut two stomach teeth within qneen from the diseased colony and W Turner II occupied by the last mouth This occurrence is ex place them in a clean hive with founda serving life sentences in the penitenLexington August 2ith 4 days GEI Tbe sale of the Bronstin lots near Citt CocstiL isS Session 1 Middlcshoioagh August 25th ill offer it at public ceedingly rare XichiAasrille Democrat City Hall May tiary lor the crime Stephen Rose a son MM tion starters Four days afterwards V aanoa Ci Winchester September 8th 4 days Three oiks Depot in Richmond has The new Presbyterian chinch near The death of J A tt Williamson City On Friday Jane 12tii 1891 Dick Brown colored a brick moulder take away all frames of comb and Special trains on the K C and Three Roy Jessamine county was dedicated Grswk v tpooed Kv It will take place on of the murdered man was very active in the proaeentiOB and thereby made the Forks railroads employed at C S Deans brickyard on starters from them and give them full Engineer was suggested and on motion See advertisement ine 12th last Sunday by Dr Marvin of New York div ol Mronstn lot friends of Combs and Barrett his sworn the Nicholasville and Lexington turn- sheets of foundation or empty comb of S Rice it was resolved bv the Council Admission For petsons 14 years old ii for sale privately which you know to be free from the that we leam with sincere regret of the Regular eerviccs at the Second IV enemies Rereiitly while young Rose and over 50 cents under 14 and over 7 pike while under the influence of liquor taint of disease NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The colony is now Overrent Lost was asleep in his bed at night an attempt 25 cents No charge for private convey- terian church every Sabbath morning G W EVAN aught by the cannon ball train of cured and will rear brood healthy death of J A O Williamson Engineer for ty evening evening and abn c Real Milton Elliot lost on last Monwas made to assassinate him several ances Public hacks that charge only the C S Railway near Lyne Station and free from the disease until con- Â¬ the city of Richmond snd that we desiie 4 52 black overeiat Is tween Irvine sbota being fired through the window and 10 cents for passengers free and crushed to death His body was tracted again through the ingathering to express our confidence in him ss a No return and Ri lunond Finder will be suitably entering the bed beneath him The formal ded fthe nea mutilated in a manner only to be recog- of diseased honey or otherwise The faithful anil honest public official The tickets given at the gates Persons who honey is the chief if not the only mediÂ¬ citizens of Richmond sustain by hi death led ii the coat is left at the Cum sx byterian church at Elm Corner seven nized by the clothes he wore leave tiie grounds must pay to re enter Bob fassidys Keeling Hurt Iu the Taae f um of the contagion and one drop of tbe owner i otitiedat Kirksville miles from Versailles took place last SunIos6 of a faithful and efficient officer On first day patch work needle work the affected honey brought into a the lite Thousand hollars day family flowers After a hart fought legal battle in the healthy colony if used for larval We tender to his bereaved family our sin paintings products dura riif The following from the Lexington A the State of Missouri The Sunday School of Christ church roadsters stallions vs ex State food is sufficient to start the disÂ¬ ccrest sympathy - M acres I of corn on leader is encouraging If Mr Cnaaidy pha ton ponies Ordered that these resolutions lie spread mares geldings fancy turnouts races on is earnestly requested to be present at Treasurer Noland charged with stealing ease To cure a foul brood colony in W C Frenchs farm J miles out on the should get a judgment against the Press the fall after the honey season is over on the records of the Council and a copy S M PARRISHS Executrix i the church at 5 oclock Sunday aftertrack the jury returned to the Court- remove the bees and queen from their Howe pike it ii knee high and or against the Mt Sterling Sentinel Second Day Model stallions mares noon room and the foreman announced that hive and place them in a clean hive thereof be furnished to the family ami ARMER PARRISI uniform all over Joe Deatheraga has Wash rat for he vas also sued that paper and geldings shown to halter rocka The District Conference of this district they could not agree There were six with as many frames of healthy sealed also to the Climax and the Kentucky 1J arret that is nearly as good Can mean to attach it for a small debt for publication way mare or gelding shown to rocka Kev Band Presiding Elder will convene for conviction and six for acquittal The honey or sirup as may be required for Register Ruth Tu any it Pil due froui the aforesaid Cassiday to the way Bbook winter The combs must be complete- Â¬ double team regardless of sex in Maxville Washington county May State wits represented by Attorney-Genera- l Climax The Leader sa STarnsN I PaaasM ly filled and sealed so that the beea Walk Trot and Una color or ownership harness stallions L the Llth Woixl Prosecuting Attorney Davison Water Closets ate- PkIi Caaridys sensibilities are woundretain the diseased honey they Committee At ailed U the premium of 2 3 and 4 years old Edwards of Jefferson will bring with them until it is digest larness geldings Bev W G McCready lias started on and Hon J F may ed He sues Editor Henry T Duncan of hy the Madison County Fair any age mares any age mare and suck- an evangelistic tour if the state He City Mr Noland by ex Governor John ed in the 1891 Fric 000 ou the ground that The Ladies Delijlitnl for a race in which the cuii- - the Pi CI as T Nt ling colt pair matched mares ra soii of St Louis Hon I as 1 1 w ill be away lor several the latter published a libelous article trotting Thtrack mile heats lest 2 in 3 for of Kansas City and W 8 Pop l ilk a quartei trot a quar- - about him The suit was filed in the CirP 2 and 4 oclick i run a half mi e It must Ik a M 750 guaranteed 230 class son City e on the si Rev Mr rnier pastor of the Syrup ot Figs under all fruit plain Boys heres your cuit Court yesterday walk mile race walk purse S500 best 3 in The magistrates met at the Court- Follow ing is the article published in a First Presbyterian church this city but and is invari Â¬ conditions make it their favorite retredv r ain for fun one fourth trot one fourth run one half arJ lie has treated hun Â¬ It is pleasing to the eve and to the taste now of Somerset preached to his old con last Monthly to take some action in regartl ably successful recent issue of the Press that canned the Third lay Roadsters geldings mares L I oBimarrBieBt to the Rockcastle Seminary lands lying in dreds of cases during the past season tentlc yet effectual in acting on the kidgregation lure last Sunday trouble and stallions 3 and 4 years old and over Since he bo It Institute Commencement will They went straight to without a single failure A debate lietween EM J S Sweeney of Metcalfe county ioh tann in lauusu ioadl gan his official work In May last under neys liver and boweis best boy rider under 12 years old walking Thursday June 4th le- I business ami appointed a Board of Trws-- our act he has examined nearly a hun- Â¬ situated in Madison county K An used this time of horse thieving stallion mare or gelding mare and suck- Â¬ the Reform church and Rev J B Moody L oclock Idaho Stark rarm P M The exi The Board will institute proceed- - dred apiaries and a thousand colonics waters of the East Fork of Otter C of the Baptist church bagaa yesterday He aaaerta his innocence and will lie giv- ling colt Inst shod horse work to be I - of an address and pr b v z and bounded Son of Independence wigs at once to establish our claim to the Many whole apiaries which were fairly Messrs Hale at Oakdale in Fleming county to prove it Poor Bob Qae done on the grounds mare and colt of diplomas by Joseph Franke of en a chance Sometime ajjo we had a ning at a stone anl an eim on me Iowa write lands recover whatever is possible for rotten with the disease are now found r Rev J W Fitch of the Methodist side of the creek comer to Him colt that hurt his hind leg so it was swolesting entertain- - sidy is getting to lie such a stereotyped combined stallion mare or gelding timber taken off and to prevent further to be perfectly sound and healthy S Kendrick vour head thi of the len a and IM it might Is- - advisable to keep matched geldings display of breads inchurch Irimary pupils phrase that Sufficient money baa been Ir a paper read in fore the North lie wai for C med church a i1 dt late theirdiffer to sae cluding salt rising potato rising Federal it standing for future occasions American Beekeepersa Association at appropriated t meet current exp used one bottle and to Jav be si Note lift iraed s at Morehead of setting it up in the mar future bisex- Â¬ This time bread rolls beaten bieeaita soda tbe trouble a A I Boot says Past Green It smooth as ever and the prospect of realizing a hand pocket was picked Bol is charged with horse stealing The cuits baking powder biscuits races on 75 1 l11 Tbe Methodist Conference of tbe North sum from this generous gift of the State perience seems to have taught us that How many really graceful people do you not only is it true that no plant bears at the Loaksnll poeketboaa circumstances which connect him with track pane mile beats best ern branch of the church will convene eedingly bright Hi to a honey invariably but it is also true that know Ho Are you graceful yourself Several 3 in o 500 2L7 pace parse mile beats this year in Newport September 30th 500 note taken On the theft are alsiut as follows take corner to J W Cupert Judge Scott held a special term of a great many plants may now and then you know the proper and asosi graceful with r Buchanan received the note days ago a gentleman in Louisville named 5 W Bishop Foster of Boston v ill preside I1Y- WILL W give quite a yield of honey Doollttle up and down stairs to walk to 110 poles to Common Pleas Court here and rendered ilcn from him a buggy and Kichiuon 1 National Bank Fourth Day Harness borate stallgot quite a crop of very nloo honey from an to go The Southern Baptist Convention was TO DR If not he a decision in favor of plaintiff in ca i picked up on the horse He traced them to Versailles ions 1 2 3 4 years old and over geld- Â¬ stre Dr Miller had quite a little stand to sit to bow etc teasel ion the past week in Birmingham GI where the party who stole them exchang ings any age mares any age suckling Ala This is the largest body in the Bap- tbe Winchester Bank against M II honey yield from cucumbers where and immediately read tbe article on die Co This was an attachment they were raised for pickle factories Health Grace Beauty Delsarte PhilosoClay ed the horse for a white pony The de- colt combined stallion mare or gelding Bed House and roar Nile Kead Turnpike 3 10 poles to the tist church Thev will meet next year in scription of the man who exchanged the gelding 4 years and over mare 3 years suit involving 18000 The defendants Spanish needle from tne swamps phy made Practical published with 33 tsining On Friday week May MUs at 2 oclock Atlanta under gives large quantities of illustrations in the June number of that for the pony suits Bob to a nicety and over set up the plea that J M Thomas was a sometimes stallion 4 y ars and over be rea p in at the Brookhtown school house Representatives were here from Madi- partner in the firm and as such was en- very rich amber honey Last season thoroughly wide awake periodical Dem Bob has got a white pony which trotting races on track best 3 in 5 for Col J WCaperton will meet the people and then Boyle and Mer- titled t his portion of the property free Dr Miller had a yield of very nice orests Family Magazine and you will be has bad only a few days He was ar year olds S3o0 233 class purse 500 son Lincoln Jessamine JOHN M RUTE right along for months and If I new turnpike road from cer on last Sunday drawn by tbe relig from the debta of M II Clay but the honey trnce This lai i last night but vigorously protested mile heats 3 in 5 jack stock am correct he does not know yet where want to begin practicing the exercises K P Met All and is in about errices at the Christian church declaring he had purchaswent to show that M H it came from When I visited him he almost before you finish the reading But ter Bsiic 01 proposed turnpike one Fifth Day Haddla horses stallions 1 to are invited and em petted lo be his innocence card asked me if I could see enough white it would be necessary to give the whole ed the pony in Richmond at a public sale 2 3 and 4 years old and over mares 1 alone was the linn anil that Thomas at as it will be an important busi- or clover of any kind to account clover Rev D B Cooper formerly of this bad no right to participate in the a Contents in order to tell all the interest- made an appropi He first said he gave il for him and af- 2 3 and 4 years old and over geldings for the amount of honey that was then ing things contained in the June numberf It is r place has an article in the last Kentucky By the decision of the court the attach2 3 and 4 years old and over stallion terward fixed the price at SKI etc And yet I could not coming in n the Wsrk Keaa presBob says none of this is true and that any age quite mare any age gelding any Methodist on The Devil -- bis Character ment is sustained Democrat else visible to and everv number This land Central Railroad thr in was notb imr of traveL that ent high standard isand thisup to the FamP Kelley has leguu work on his busi- - he is no horse thief and Editor Duncan article is not valuable We hope tbe walking stallion mare or gelding and Work our miles is well set in good bluegrass saving about Judge Charles Murat Masterson has us mer of 8eooad and Irvine must lie made to smart for the indignity any age saddle stalliou mare or geld founded upon the writers Nicholasville married the handsome blonde type- should furnish it Rape sometimes ily Magazine is published for only 2 a 10 cn nber Tawt The ObIv CmI Yard o a TL Id buildings have beeu thus thrust upon him a How of beautiful honey in East ind stallion any age mare any age experience writer referred to last summer in dis give quite where the plant is raised year by W Jennings Demorest localities d down They wore erected by M It A leader reporter called at the Press races on track trotting for green horses EM lacb Bweeoey has written from apade in New York with largely for seed Mustard fields also 14th street New York RMS as Wainscott whose death is reported office this afternoon to see what the edi- mile heats Inst I in J 300 223 trotting antinople to his father at this place another woman which got into the pa- - furnish more or less ine question is Pur credit Only a square fr lee Cream on- paya here in to days Climax chaser will be n tor of that paper proponed to do about it purse mile heats best 3 in 5 100 that he will resign bis commission as and hastened the death of his wife sometimes asked Shall we give up our per You dont hat During the construction Mr Kelley will but said editor could not be found It mules gallon or any large quantity for ble to the nsui to take effect July 1st His many depot formerly location and move to a better one By the nca Adams Masterson o upy the Crooke home corner of Main was understood however that Mr Cassi- Best cream at rea- cent interest from date ot sale with lien The directors are losing no time in friends will be gratified to have him re- Â¬ Mjss Adams of Garrard She suddenly Sometimes It may pay to do so If W families or parties reserxed on the land until all the pu raising is to be dy propose to squelch his indignation getting every thing ready for the near turn to the ministry avinc the force and ettect mom expired of heart disease in a New York have decided that honey But after we sonable prices Mill our business for life 4C- of a judgment and renounce the o000 should Colonel approaching exhibition Joe Givnchighliani The Kentucky Annual Conterence of Hotel where she hail gone after a futile Kiowa Away From Iloaie may discover that make the move we PATT1E PARRISII apologies Some changes may be made in cata- Â¬ the Methodist church South will meet effort to find her husband Duncan make the projier A special The American School Board Journal of Specl Ovni M C C Soft Coal and Anthracite the honey has ceased in the new loca Buy your ice from the Richmond Ice through the columns of his paper All logue varying from above this year at Harrodsburg Septemlior 2nd Iroin New York says Miss Mary tion and at the same time we may find Milwaukee Wisconsin justly says of our Catt Tom Kfrrul Auctr 47 49- Manufacturing Co for is that the public be the plaintiff asks Bishop A W Wilson of Baltimore will Postgate of Chicago was last evening too that the old locality has beea Nnt and Lamp Coal townsman Geo W Pickets is a mem THIN COLUMN not given a false impression of him preside Bishop Wilson has just returned married to Judge Murat Masterson of blessed with a bountiful flow Instead Last her of the Richmond Ky Board of EduADMINISTRATORS from his third missionary touraround the this city at the Little Church Around of moving I would locate a few colonies Saatrlied From the Grave cation 1 In filling the d ities of this posi Â¬ A Moon stone Pin set around with Since Miss Brimstone down in the world miles away In different Quickest the Corner Judge Masterson met Miss say five or six tion Mr Pickels has displayed fine tact The many acquaintances of Folder Har- northern part of the State got married directions Many of our bee keepers pearls was lost between First and Second gate in Chicago during the Cronin who have out apiaries have In this Bro Cooper is not one of those who and judgment and has assisted in render ding and wife in this county and espec LOWEST PRICES Finder will please reStreets on Main the weather has continued cool teach that the devil is a mere allegorical trial which she reported for a Chicago way found points were the honey yield turn same to thia office and receive reis people a conservative and efficient good old ially at Flatwoods here the Ward of St Joseph Mo has character or the peraoaaneattoa of evil paper She was an exceptional steno is much better year after year tnan in Elmer J school administration ward ot 10 man has preached continuously tor a written to Pat Cunningliam for fifty large He believes in the personality of the grapher and won the admiration of tho home apiary It Is a fact that no of a century will read with interMisa Si e Bexkett quarter 48- II V 1 CeameareMeat two points seem to oaverage exactly four of which are to lie bull snakes who brought her to a real person inhabiting this Judge Masterson P est the appended paragraph taken from snakes Pat says he cannot afford to send old coot Next ro jtj- Some honey is to be found al- Â¬ The 13rd annual commencement of New York immediately and made her alike Waatee an account of the cholera in Winchester snakes even C O D must have cash in earth and moving about uKn it ami in most everywhere and occasionally Madison Female Institute will take place its atmosphere antagonizing God and his Private Secretary The happy pair there comes a few days of bountiful and a Skirt in isi3 written by Judge James Flana hand One Sleeve maker ZcTlaTX02cTsVL on Wednesday June Ilrd Address to will leave at once for Old Mexico where vield almost everywhere A Journal truth gan for the Sun hand in dress making room over Busy Â¬ the graduating class by Elder W C Some enterprising and thoughtful felthe Judge has large interests in mining t- During the prevalence of the epidemic Bee Store DAIRY AND CREAMERY Oder J W Zaehary jiastor of the projierty ami Government concessions Tharp Baccalaureate sermon Sunday low climbed up on the Court house ami At t oclock p mon the premises we many impressive incidents occurred The Christian church at I iwrenceburg has and where he handles the affairs of Don Â¬ May 31st by Rev P H MeiJufley turned the weather arrow so that it It is not luck that counts but delib Tomato Cabbage and Celery plants for the administrators of Thos S Uronston writer remembers a most remarkable case conducting a series of meetinj deceased will would point to the south and bring rain been Luis Muller the Mexican land king and erate calculating judgment There are four graduates Miss Lucie sale fresh from the bed by L Schlegel that came under his own observation It Tyrone and while there he formed a plan millionaire M Ajrr more cows are worn out by un ry Miss Miss Nannie Goodlue but like that other genius who put 0 LOmSVXLLS M was that of the estimable wife of Elder buiM a new house of worship for the derfeeding and poor care than by over Â¬ 12th Helen Terrill Miss Nanrie Tudor ice on the thermometor jn keep the to Da Friday Manufacturing James W Harding She was then a work Ice congregation During bust week a lot and The Richmond I CONCERNING FARMERS Exercises in Christian church from spoiling didnt succeed J H LEAniEEs President child not exceeding three years old and meat Tasaa is a wealth of feeding material Co propose to sell the beat Ice as low as over 500 in money were secured and rreas Art display in Chapel an Monday and A G Under the head of Land Stock and there is every indication that Tyrone will in an acre of fodder grown on good land the lowest was iu perfect health when attacked with 4518Million Heathuinn packed 161 hogs with reasonable care Sell to the highest bidder that property C M PuilLitS Genl Til hiss Tuesday Crop the Paris News the subscription soon the disease in its most malignant form lying between 3rd and 5th street adjoin have another church building Urr- - last season 11 Littles Barker Shss Reamed Mile should be strained Immediately R R I Art That Is Art It Few Kraasas Vtar The Natisaal From the violence of her case it seemed price of which is 2000 for 1000 years your Kentucky Blue Grass seed after being drawn and ii Intended for Save George T Little has removed his bar- aaasaaBlag The Womans Right idea that pre Â¬ to be without hope from the beginning has the following Saserisr ta Aav Other Natisaal AM Thomas of butter making not be distributed until ber shop down street to the house formeria tke State The protracted meeting at the Chris with Kings Patent Hand Seed Stripper vails in Richmond is beginning to bear and in a few hours she was pronounced Decatur county Ga is 35 years old and creamed 20 bushels per day ly occupied by Sanders cigar store sec- Â¬ fruit Tbe mania among ladies is the father of 32 children nil of whom tian church in Lancaster which began on Warrantetl to strip Cows soocld have an abundance of dead The tiallor of depth came over her I It doe not guarantee its sliares to He ug paint all over china ware can- face a shrowd was made and a small are living His wife is three years younger the evening of tlie 1 ltli instant had re-- Order frosa vour dealer or direct from suitable food and pure water and Bait ond door from Herndons corner 4S- mature in 7 years or less in fiftv K C Kino Carlisle Ky op to Wednesday evening vas panels and other arti V has extend- - wooden coffin prepared Ay access invites his old patrons and the public genthan himself and they have lecn marAt this stage 1 suitable for resilience or business pur It does not declare a dividend lamatitms John erally to call Customers promptly poses each 50x140 feet Also tlie best The Lexinirton Gazette savs fences and even h tises An East Dr Joseph Duncan appeared ujxin the ried but fifteen years earned and its declared divi waited upon Everything clean and first ilk givin a most remarkable result in so short a T Burgess of Texaar is in town on a End woman not to lie outdone by the scene He sent for some ice and had it Unrest net 13 per cent of any in the Here is an advertisement which wc over class and the best of work done J time There has not been an evening little visit to his friends He told us cal ami girl who painted her broken in as fine particles as possible publish free gratis for not ing C iXT 3 Its dividends are from earnings which the name of Christ was that a lot oi cattle was sold from his needs shelter warmth comfort and front feni e has paintod her house He then took the little girl into his arms The Ice Factory asks for your patronWasted A woman a drring woman service in not from assessments eta ami that Mr kind treatment not confessed the climax being reached farm in March at Both are good jobs Hurrah for Wo opened her mouth and with a tesspcen and a pretty one a sort of xmbination 45- - iS in Central Kentucky containing nearly cow Is the age See their Agent Thjc 4 It is the roost liberal and equitable with its shareholders in the mans Rights that point iu the right di administered the ice quite freely This of Joan of Arc and Helen of Troy She on Wednesday when eleven stood up in Robt Estill of Missouri hail Fold re- paying cow The real dairy cows all one acre of ground with a switt front and back rooms on Main into it from said railroad Good loans and the presence of a large and deeply inter- cently 300 head of beef cattle at rection tend In this direction and a cow that street suitable for young men Cheap action of the physician dismayed the is waDted by the women of America t does not compel its borrowers to Sale will be positive and without reested audience and made the good con to be delivered the latter part of June goes dry longer than two months ought Twa Heads mother and she remonstrated with him by the women of the world from Greencarry two shares for each 100 borro serve 33- fession including persons well advanced Mr Estill is a native of Madison comity to be got rid of unless she is a heavy Apply at Climax office 6 Its Board of Directors compris O B Peyton brought in last week a to desist from what she deemed to be lands lev mountains to Indias coral middle age young manhood and his cattle are mostly Tolled Antrus milker for the ten months TERMS One fourth cash bnlance in most substantial and conaerva W P Baxter painter and paper hangeaakicea that was even worse off than cruel treatment to her dead child H strand and several other localities iu life in authority for the er does the best work See him and get six twelve and eighteen months at six aeas men in the city of Louis An exchange is years LanratUr Record not a Those that are not are dehorned Daviss four eared pig mentioned last replied kindly that he had exhausted all Such a woman shall mat glad the and of tender per cent with lien to secure deferred well known in this city and county statement that in I horn in the lot says his brother Col a good job Sweeney pastor of the Chrispayments Fail J 8 week The pig bail four ears but could known remedies and found them unavail- howling waists and shall deliver her B C H Estill Her tian churi CJ BRCS not hear and Peytons chicken had ing and that he knew the ice could do sutTering sex from a tight place has a quantity ot new SulDonelsom Mas T will begin a p should be sold by weight in He continued to administer listim shall rise up and call her blessed Moody a two bills but could not peck hence it no harm kies Surries and iuggies of the newest 1 tlie to those seeking an investment v could not get out of the well and died the ice with the teaspoon and within and she shall stay in their hearts forev- Â¬ debate at Fairview Fleming county of by number Some eggs weigh tw ice Coventry most popular patterns and at very and BRLTCS J CLAY Paaa ruriiiation P S Persons desiring to purchase or as much as others and is not the man Fkl lay at one oclock blackfrom tbe time of giving er And all that is required of her is to twenty minutes It is a well known truth that the 5- ived was reasonable figures per cent inspect this property call on STsniEN B White Sec JtTreaas S Kendrick of WinEM who pays the same price for small ones smiths horse is never fhod 4c The the first spoonful a reaction set up the deliver them from the thralldom of cor says that G W Evas Ir you want to buy a Sulky Surrey II fa losed eyes the sets and tight waists by being the first to chester as moderator and Rev Mr as another does for large ones cheated chicken was a beauty hovever perfectly little Real Estate Agta Burnarn Bldng Buggy or Carriage call en Donelsonfor ithern We might just as well be mads formed and had two perfect beads pallor soon disapeared and in a few min- Â¬ don the new dress reform and mak - 4S Richmond Ky lie has the latest beat and cheapest Kentucky minister The follow ing sub- - rolls instead oi weight and meat by the ut once joined by two necks to thu body Next utes natural color came to the face which success Helen Joan where art thou Â¬ Jack Harris aged b years is danger at his home in Glade precinct He ha dropsy 1rof Hagerman of Madison Female Institute will award thirty six medals for punctuality Track laying on the Three Forks railroad crossed the rvine turnpike yoster dav On to Irvine Â¬ I - Â¬ Cai They Be The Sane had been so deatti like in appearance Some weeks ago the Climax contained The application of the Ice was considered an advertisement of 100000 to loan in Rrwat innovation upon the old Bystem of Madison county at 4 per tent Address practice which from time immemorial L B Oslwrne Winchester Ky forbidden the use of cold water in By our comments thereon doubting the ex- - rases of fever and administering of ice to isence of so much money at so low a rate patients The successful use of the ice in of interest the Winchester papers stood tne a8e Mre- - Hardiug then little Miss on their hind legs and howled howls of McDonald was discussed at length by indignation the medical fraterniy and in family cir In the Sun of yesterday we find that cles ana some few physicians adopted L B Osborne has been indicted in two Dr Duncans theory and were very suc- Â¬ cases for forgery Speak neighbors be cessful in their practice It is now unithese two the capitalist and the criminal versally given by all physicians In the treatment of nearly every kind of disease one and the same and is considered a valuable assistant in It Sbartras tar Distaare the case of all feverish diseases and has Mrs II H Fowler of Meadville Pa wonderful tonic proiierties writing to renew her subscription to the After noting other incidents of the epiClimax says demic Judge Flanagan sjieaks as follows I look forward to its arrival with pleas- Â¬ oi his own mother ure and more esjiecially it lieing pubThe writer recollects that his mother lished near my relatives I have no with all her househod cares had time relatives nearer to me than those in and took occasion to visit many of the Kentucky hence I feel that a paper from victims and to administer all in her BOW there helps to shorten the distance be- Â¬ er to their sufferings I feel grateful that tween us 1 look forward to another vis- Â¬ I had such an unselfish and kindhearted it to Kentucky I like the people there mother whose life was full of charity and very much and also the country anil The noble deeds in her sphere and who died Climax We are having very dry loved and lamented by all who knew her weather here have had no rain for which fact was attested by the crowds of weeks Some days the thermometer people both white and colored who folstands at 80 then goes down to 32 lowed her to her hallowed grave In her at night with a heavy frost The grip1 childhood she helped to mold bullets for is abating now but has been quite fatal the early settlers and pioneer soldiers who among the obi were in the fort at Bryants Station near where she was raised Sprang from a heTinclirrs Hole Drained County Judge Chenault decided to go roic race the performance of noble deeds fishing rather than to the State Conven- came natural to her ii early life She attion He and Sqaire Tames Noland and tached herself to the Presbyterian church Jerre Noland tackled Muddy Creek down at this place in which she lived to the close of her life in 1MB where PERSONAL Mr George Green of Centre Colli visiting at Rev Win Crows Dr C S Hoiton spent several days with the old lofts at home aearlfaysriUe bust i hd Feeney is visiting relatives and friends at Leximjton Georgetown and Paris Rev D L V MoHett left ilanaulsj for Paducah to attend the convention of the Fpiscopal church J J Brooks is attending the session of the state Pharmaceutical Association at Frankfort this week D week Mrs J will be disenssed Remission of Sins with like Blessings of Salvation is Received Before Baptism Moody affirms Baptism to a Penitent Believer is For in order tol the Pardon of Past sins Sweeney affirms The Scriptures Teach That Man is so Depraved That He is Unable Without a Direct Enabling Power of the Holy Spirit to e of the Son of God Moody affirms Two days will be given to each of Â¬ Â¬ number of pieces as to sell eggs bv num- Â¬ ber If eggs were sold by weight the value of certain breeds of fowls would be changed The fowl that layed the larg- Â¬ est eggs would Ih in great demand in- Â¬ stead of the ones that lays a few more small eggs Fartiert Hume Journal i 1 MATRIMONIAL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ 1 Â¬ S1ii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rert Â¬ Â¬ Mr William H Davis ot Madison and Miss Nannie Tudor of Garrard were married at the home oi the brides parents Thursday May 14th 1891 The bride is the daughter of Mr James Tudor Rev jtl- - a prominent farmer of that county j f The ajvani n tic prf in tin ls ivir is riiiiurCitil hilt it ran Milton Elliott performed the ceremony By explained It is due to a short-Â¬ Hits Nannie Davis and Mr Fountain age in crops and at least a natural in- - Ferrell were the attendants in the demand The advance in a DIED year of 150 per cent in the price of oats 2o per cent in wheat 100 per cent in Mrs Squire Lowry died in Madison corn 25 per cent in rye and so on would make the farmers rich had they county on Tuesdav May 12 lSl suddenreaped a full crop But they will be ben Â¬ ly of heart disease Mrs Susan Hughes Bronston wife of efitted should the coming season prove Charles J Bronston died iu Lexil propitious There will be a deficient Ky on Thursday May Mb MM alxtiit iti years May urrev died 11th Madison d probably to years He ar a was buried iu the Richmond cemetery by great shortage in tbe potato crop ami tbe Odd Fellows Lodge of Richmond of probably the coming season a greater which he was a faithful nienieber acreage than usual will be planted Wallace of Lexington who was a Gazette printer and foreman in the job orb Kentucky State Weather Service in Mr W S Marshall Jr in that city and coperation with tbe 1 s signal Service who was for sometime connected with tbe I iimax iheti there last week ot hi for the week ending May Mtb U of the iuugs He bad I ceil married but five wet tal to all rature was nearly normal with an Mmon H liormley died at Crab Orinshiae and no precipitation chard Kv on Tuesday May rash lavl The ground is bard and dusty and all aged probably He w a a brothyears crops are suffering for rain Inlt His er of W C ioruiley of Richmond falls very soon the damage will IkFourteen years as a peculiar one Wheat ami oats are not lookii ago be was struck on the head fracturing well as they did earlier in the season ami the skull Two years ago be suffen some complaint is ma le that rust is de- - stroke of paralysis and lost bis speech ing in the former crop The serious the shock resulting from the blow above damage from the frosts of last week is BOW mentioned Recently be bail a similar apparent Straw berriea aad apples attack and regained his saeecb talking appear to have suffered the most aad it incessantly The physicians derided to lifted that both of these crops trephine which was done ten days which looked promising some time since ised spent some time in Richo - low a shortage Peaches are re a year ago to be in better condition than was M D Wainscott died in Richmond Wheat anil torn recaped Ky on Sunday May 17th I oi after a anticipate with hilt little damage but garden stuff lingering illness aged 7 years The s very seriously hurt Tobacco plants funeral took place from the resides are reported to be in a very promising Monday afternoon with burial in tbe With abundant rains the cemetery Kev J O A Yauglit oi the condition at Outlook will be greatly brightened M E church officiating was Director Dit A E a contractor and builder but of late In a paper before the North Ameri- Â¬ been engaged in the Internal Bevenue can Bee Keepers Association at Keo- Â¬ Service He leaves a wife who kuk Allen Pringie gave the following sister of the late Samuel V Miller concerning foul brood This is the most serious and difficult question confront Â¬ date Justice of the V S Supreme Court ing the apiarist to day The foul brood also sister of Mrs Stephen Noland of Nicholasville Only two children survive problem has stood the longest a defi to our heads and a menace to our him Mrs McBroom of Iowa and Mrs During the honey flow is the W B Cunningham this county pockets Â¬ 1 Retsof Rock Lump Salt Wholesale eWifM ffll Mb an eta- - SUHT and RAIN HAVE WO EFFECT JJ wmmYSy fami RMIfVKf m - and Frankfort Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ il LIST LETTERS I I ivr Store House for Sale 1 Â¬ Â¬ s 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mmm Sals -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ ytraato Strtd JJ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ TRACT OF LAND i lydrantat Â¬ Mircl Viiiliti IMl unit Â¬ 1 Â¬ la1 3 11 Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 871 4 Acres of Land Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ C T WELLS ii Â¬ 1 Â¬ EoilMnreitsuyhAflll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s ALE CITY LOTS O T WELL Â¬ THS IhilibgwLcuWtia 1 Â¬ k Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 25 ELEGANT LOTS Â¬ 1 Coal - O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t 5- OLIVER PLOWS it THE NORTH STAR Wbon twtlffbti purple VU farted Beyond the weatetn arge of ay And slowly oer the aarfcend wcrld The stars oome forth In bright array When Venus hides her burning face Upon old Oceans troubled breast Or weary of his march through space Mars camps behind the mountain crest i The sailor on the moonless sea The pilgrim of the traokless plain The bondman panting to be fret Turn northward and take heart again Tor there abor- - unmeasured holghta An emblem of eternal truth Unchanged amidst the ohangtm lights The North Star lifts her crown of youth 8elf centered In the boundless blue Calm dweller of thcvast unknown Forever tender strong and trur Serenely from her distant throne She gazes down the voiceless deep While worlds are drifting at her feet And mighty constellations sweep Around her like an endless fliet Thf Northern Lights across her fling The glory of their dancing spears Thf Morning Stars beneath her sing Tlio chorus of Creations years And while the systems sink and rise And planets to each other nod The light streams from her tranquil eyes As steadfast as the love of God James O Clark in Youths Companion thefire Quick as a flash she crowded to the door and dropped the heavy bar then The Lexington Kirmiss for the bene Â¬ sprung and slammed and barred the fit of an infirmary was very success massive window shutters then sUxxJ ful with set teeth listening to Brunos aav At Lexington Lizzie George after age baying and for something else dodging a hatchet hurled at ber by her been following her husband threw it back with such good What m it that had so steadily so stealthily in the dim aim as to bury the blade in his skulL Were He will die What should she do light they safe now A lcnatic was lodged in jail at Lan- Â¬ She looked at Baby He was kicking caster the other morning who was ar Â¬ up bis heols happy as a kitten Bruno rested by Sheriff Robinson and a posse had stopped barking and only went of men on the Kentucky river the night from window to door growling deep in before He has been a great terror to his throat as if from the memory of an that section of the couatry for several enemy Should 6he let him out No days and in his wild ravings wanted to LalorsOld if he should be killed there would be slay the most inoffensive persons no protection for herself and then her Capt Harry Innes Todd Is dead at and B Streets She ordered Bruno to lie husband Frankfort from injuries received a week before He was seventy three years of age and was a grandson of Harry Innes one of the first settlers of Frank- Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY 8TATE NEWS JLC0LEYC0 Staple Fancy A D RUFF iraWGHOCEEZ WCTofi 111 I GROCERS Stand corner Main Richmond Ky Hain St below First Slide WITC1H1KEB aiilkySntoia Hardware V4H8yfwSSS fort New Firm New Goods Fresh - Ckdiee - Groceries purchased by the new firm Will be sold at exceedingly reasonable prices FULL MEASURE anfTDOWN WEIGHT JEVEUR Queensware Glassware Tinware A WOMANS ADVENTURE What It Was That Came Plta- patting After Hor sHl -- SHACKELFORD -- r3H sliise by DEALERS vk - GENTRY ITnrniinhinnr n ii J U1111U iiiii IN ALL KINDS OF- - r Harawf LIU mn isiiiTiTnrn Mrtir UJ1MU1U ihmii- 11 w si i r If UUUUUMU1U UUUkJU LTniinn 111 uvrr Ms BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAILERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky M Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds osingOutEVERY TO- - oneifaRLEY One of the oldest houses in of MADE u NESSl HAPPY Â¬ -- Kentucky WROUGHT smiths keeps IKON a variety for black- WHEELS and SPOKES for Asthe senior mem ber of the firm W A Powell has been MY LINE OF KIMS other supplies Best wagon makers makes of ap- Â¬ Slues Hais FARMING IMPLEMENTS lot Fine of GUNS and AMMUNITION Iqnarterj lor FIELD SHEDS pointed postmaster of AND Richmond which po sition will require all FllXllishiZlg - Goods his time and atten- is now oomiLETE tion we have decided Â¬ LINE of HARDWARE and best brands of STAPLE GROCERIES ALT LIME and CEMENT ffCome your bough i l to the house where and grandfather tO clOfle OOt OUr Cloth- - iV ins and Shoe busi- Â¬ u M lhv latest nove Md at PriceB wilhin the ago al My line of heir goods hah a century hof ness We will there fore seU at greatly reduced prices f this day forward The greater part of our goods is new and the HIGH SHOES LO W L FARLEY cesser to John Failev W CUT Er Stown in Richmond JHbW - IdTBKJ OUR NEW StaUBL prices are marked down to little above cost while for tiio others we will take less than cost in plain toe or patent leather tipped for Ladies Gem and Children is the Hobhiest I Buggies ire 11 Harness is have come and our can please you in style as well Horses m pn hi Trim We have Clothing DIIVnntii you i 1 Uv pectn line of the best materials UJi and latest styles ev- - The IfcKinley Dill has not ad1 -- We propose to furnish Nice Turnouts - of all Kinds erv description Hats a oi vancedk ways p which are al LOWEST at reasonable rates llorses boarded by the day week or month variety of Shoes Gems Furn ia we AUB ina The Quality ths Best ishing Goods UmÂ¬ brellas Valises and various other goods Come now Horses Bought and Sold jtfsCome get now while you can the largest stock to select Teams for hauling of every kind from Save money and be happy POWELLTAYLORcc CCQ XCAZ2T AKI IT3ST STS 44 Wallace New Stable on Irvine Street between Second and Third J R BAILEY G H MYERS Mngr Id avy s 14- - MEAT CARRIAGE NEW BUGGIES NEW PHETOKS NEW CARMAGES NEW SDRRIES IfEW SULKIES My vehicle are all new Intent patterns The -- t ai Cut FLOUR Liver Ji ver and sn1 Datx teslu- ary urciuu wux us FARMERS hiving Wheat should not fail to visit us now We have a Sixty Barrel Full RolIr Mill in operation and are turning out aHr Iter lie V That Equalled country lU iilstit i will our fliur al at for fi t las groceries rini Atk it eo Cincinnati Dr J T LEE 91 WaMToarg Av JO Foils Daersons Gold Dnst TAN it cant beat grind ng daily Wo want your i at market prk Yoi iilljr r anl h f th u POSTS BUERSON X you tvMlf Want h v reHomhle tft ms liotne JOHN If IV H READ ly THIS Il- VTIlltV ollivtrori1l LSI sale Uulao AID I SAUL MONEY imm oKertur i tplyFl llil wmaf aVMjMBtt I all yiM t iijbw h bftacswaaderft1 r Our afiairt must be wound up Jiate wi tatelArr j Hit liufc tmmfimtt init hisa CROOKE Bl RMSTON nnd on Tlird tieet foot new house vrith three room kitch llar outbuildings c All in good On street car line G W PICKELS down and he obeyed but with watchful eyes and deep growls she loads head It Taking down the shotgunkeep under with buck shot trying to her by at bosom she this terrible fear rifleher heart see say- Â¬ and mutt it ing lie has his pressed a rapt urous kiss on it isnt very dark yet She had hardly finished loading her the chubby hand clinging to her gun when there rose a suddeu bawling W I kerchief s a y among the cattle Bruno sprang bay Â¬ Mr lnp Bless hta ing to the door Should she let him go He might be able to protect the cattle little Mamma would or he might be killed and then how akxLgBE atj ft like to rock him could she give the alarm to Jack all day She wishes then was nothing These thoughts had hardly passed But as this reminded her through her mind when a rifle shot rang else to do out above the other sounds Her hus Â¬ of her work she stopped fondling him and crooning softly swayed back and band Quickly opening the door she let forth in the creaky racking chair Bruno out than stood trembling and Baby popped his thumb into his mouth sucked it vigorously for a moment then sick with her hand on the bar Mingrew quieter and quieter Mother utes they seemed hours passed and rocked more and more slowly and at then a firm step came creaking over the last sure that his majesty was sound snow In a moment the doer flew open asleep rose and laid him carefully and Jack burst In full of excitement stroyed down in the rough oaken cradle She but Instead of paying attention to his The wheat crop in the vicinity of Pa O Mattie come tucked up the blanket and stood for a joyous exclamation ducah Is very promising Tobacco is she dropped also doing nicely while fruits are hold-Â¬ moment patting him and gently jogÂ¬ and see what Ive shot ging the cradle Bruno came from hla on the floor and cried This was all ing their own and corn oats etc are place by the fire and poked his black the answer that her bewildered hus- Â¬ coming along in an encouraging way band got to ki ses and petting protesta- The crop prospects of nose Inquiringly into babys rosy face that section are With a lifted warning finger Mrs tions that Its all riht little woman very bright No no sir Go Why there is nothing to cry for Wadsworth bade him There are only three papers in this I thought it was Bruno and oh dear Then she built up the big lie down state edited by colored men go out to the barn again fire gave a knowing little poke to the Ill ntvr W W Shelby of Henderson is mak Â¬ But she did the next morning jnst to fat loaves took her knitting and with ing preparations to inaugurate a new one foot on the rocker settled herself see her escort of the previous evening enterprise very much kfteJ tne order and it was the biggest panther ever for a quiet afternoon of the Wheelers proposed sub treasury She glanoed around her cozy kitchen killed in those ports Thero said Jack as I came down He proposes to convert the lower one of with a smile of approval To be sure Main Street the frontier home in the wilds of New the road I hoad the cows making a his factory buildings on where wheat a grain warehouse York State was not like old Connecti- Â¬ great racket So I ran across the field into will be received for storage the and there I could see him sitting on the ate cut but then it was snug and cheery yard fence showing black against the owner receiving a warehouse receipt 1 know mother has no better fire than wll be adÂ¬ this at any rate she said gaxtng sky and I dropped him at the first therefor upon which moneygood collatvanced and which will be shot musingly Into the ruddy coals They The great glossy tawny skin made a eral in bank or elsewhere aaid a pioneer life would be so hard but it isnt very and then I have Jack splendid rug for baby to play on before L The Kenton county executive eom to myself so much and I couldnt do the fire but it always gave his mother mittee of the prohibition party met the that at home and the dimples crept the creeps to see it for said she other night for the purpose of electing To think of my putting my hand back officers The following were chosen around the loving mouth But with something very like a sigh the girl and almost a that panthers nose I Bradford McGregor chairman James mother whispered to baby If it only know if I ha happened to etop or Iliggans secretary and treasurer Mr wasnt quite so far away so that your started to run ie would have sprung Utggans was also elected to represent grandma could see you once before you Ugh I never ee the old skin but I the county organization at the state hear his cushioned paws pitapat pita convention to be held at Louisville are a big boy patting after rue Gertrude VVimans While fooling where he did not be- Â¬ Pausing in her meditations she list long the other morning Henry Edcaan ened a moment and then glanced from in American Agriculturist ston Who is employed at the Addyston the winter sunshine on the floor to the GRINDSTONE FRAME pipe and steel works Newport bad little Dutch clock on the shelf saying A Treadle Attachment That Obviates Many three fingers of his left hand crushed so Why only three oclock and aloud ilflicultie badly in a cog wheel that amputation the cows coming home already Jack The great objection to running a will be necessary said he had put their fodder in the little tone with a treadle is the jerky pasture where they woJd bo sheltered Padvcaii has a law which forbids a character of its railroad train to stand on a street cross- Â¬ from the wind She rose and went to the window r e v o 1 u t ions ing five seconds The cyclone re- Â¬ murmuring making it diffi- Â¬ cently caught a freight train on a croak- Â¬ Perhaps a wolf has fright cult to give a ing and so blocked the track with debris ened them Well the gates are open and theyve gone into the yard true bevel or a that It could move neither way and ob- Â¬ Baby roused by her exclamation ut 6harp edge to structed the street for three hours In tered a sleepy protest at being waked the tool that is cpnsequence the railroad company was from his nap for even the most aston beinc BTonni to fined for the involuntary offense ishing cause so sitting down she IMPROVED OBISDST0rEBay nothinff Q Crop statistics for the past year re- Â¬ frame g inconveni Â¬ turned to the state auditor by county hushed him to sleep again and then went on with her knitting saying sage- Â¬ ence to the operator The arrange- Â¬ assessors show a total of 166811 9C0 ly I need not worry if it is anything ment shown in the illustration largely pounds of tobacco produced in Ken- Â¬ it wont come into the clearing by day- - obviates these difficulties A fly wheel tucky last season Christian county is attached at bufficient distance to one leading with 070 COO pounds This to side to give freedom of movement when tal was an increase of 2040533 pounds sharpening an az or scythe A wheel over the preceding year and the largest f this kind can frequently be found single crop since 1884 when the total among the old iron of a hardware was H8HTV27 pounds The hempcrop dealer or can be purchased new for a of 1890 aggregated 12445358 pounds small sum It is important that it be hay 243470 tons corn 42110987 bush- Â¬ of sufficient weight to give steadiness els wheat 8504790 bushels and oats to the stone and momentum to the 3692729 bushels revolutions so that little effort need bo The other morning Albert Wyatt expended on the treadle to keep the colored had his right leg caught be Â¬ stone in motion when once well undor tween the bumpers on a freight train way The stone itself should of course and horribly crushed be hung perfectly true American AgTtiere are now thirty seven persons riculturist in the Covington jail awaiting trial in the C S court for moonshining or POULTRY PICKINGS selling liquor unlawfully A hejt will lay more eggs keep in The follow postjnasters were ap better health and her eggs will hatch pointed for Kentucky the other day better if she can have a good variety in W H Callis Abbott Trimble county her feed both in soft food and grain vice W R Morgan resijrned N Webb Guineas are among the best foragers Nesbit Floyd county vice E Clark de- Â¬ of all the fowls usually kept on the ceased S J Powell Peoples Jackson THB WORDS DIED ON HEH LIPS farm and if allowed a gwod range will county vice V A Spence resigned light and Jack will be home before it pick up the greater part of their own vT F Kidd Travelers Rest Owsley living county vice P E Mlnser resigned u dark While an exclusive diet of grain is slipped Meanwhile the sunlight The works of the Kensington Art objectionable as a rule yet at this sea- Â¬ Tile Co Newport was broken into by quietly away from the little window son some grain must be supplied in thieves the other night goods to the the firelight grew redder and redder and the shadows darkened as the order to keep the fowls in good thrifty amount of a thousand dollars was early winter twilight came on Mrs condition taken Fully one half of the failures with Wadsworth rolled up her knitting and Is the circuit court at put the breed in the oven Baby had brooders are due to want of care in trial of Alex Johnson Â¬ waked and was growing restless so keeping warm Brooders should be ar shooting his wife with intent to she took him up pausing in her plans ranged so that there will be no corners suited in a verdict of one year for Jacks supper to assure her little into which the chicks can crowd penitentiary The defense pleaded in man that he should have his dinner If the fowls appear droopy and lose sanity Glancing at the frost appetite it will often be a good plan to yes he should There is to be a grand rally of the gathering on the window she added feed them linseed meal A gill of the Farmers Alliance at Grand RiversJnly Its cold and hell be terribly hungry meal given to ten hens twice a week 8 The national president Hon L L but the biscuits will be hot and Ill just will aid in maintaining good health and Polk Is expected to be present and othcook up some eggs to eat with them thrift er noted speakers of the order will also Now I woadsr what I did with those I The principal item with the bantam attend found this morning Tea I left them is its small size and in breeding them Drowned Ilia Children While Drank In the barn Dear me theyll be everything should be sacrificed in order Uawkissville Ga May 16 Three frozen I must run right out and get to have them as small as possible If they get beyond a pound and a half in children of Abe Newman a farmer them were drowned in the mill pond of She put baby down hastily hung a weight they are getting too heavy Boxes make a good feed for poultry Jenks mill 8 miles from this place etring of spools from the cradle top then set it rocking and while he strugÂ¬ occasionally and on many farms a Thursday evening while Newman and gled with sturdy ineffectual clutches good supply could be readily secured his wife and infant child had narrow to grasp the swing wonder she caught with a littlo care in picking them np escapes The family were on their way up the little red blanket threw it over and breaking cr grinding them into home in a wagon when the drunken Bach condition that the fowls can eat father drove over an embankment into her head and started for the bam the pond The trees stretched a lace work of them bare branches against the golden tinted Not Good for Sunday Schools A Deep Laid Plot sky the crescent moon was a silver Lockport N Y May 16 At the Maud What a dear good chaperone thread all tempting her to linger hut you are But how did you manage to Niagara county Sunday school conven Â¬ the frosty air hurried her on down the get my rival out of the room just at the tion here Friday a controversy over now trodden path to the barn She critical moment book fit to be incorporated in a Sundayheard Brunos step pitapat pitapattlng Chaperone I whispered to her in a -school library arose It was de- Â¬ at her heels and put out her hand say Â¬ kind confidential tone that there was cided that the works of Rev E P Roe ing cheerily Nice old fellow but in a rip in the bock of her silk waist were not fit for such a circulation tead of responding with a touch of his Harpers Monthly Mrs Holmes works were also put cold no sc he seemed to pause and draw under the ban Mind It She Didnt back Yet Martha without looking behind her stepped briskly on to the C untarfsltsrs Fouid Guilty Timkins A Chicago girl stepped on a barn As she neared it she again spoke tack yesterdry with Ver bare John Stinson of Rochester townahH to her four footed escort Tomkins How sie must have yelled near Sandwich Ont his sons William I forgot about the catte Bruno I am just as Timkins No she didnt-- She crushed and James bis hired man Thomas well pleased that you came-- Lets hur the tack Bosttsi Heridd Stodharu t and his housekeeper Mrs ry Drndelet have been found guilty of She half paused at the door then counterfeiting American silver Stod Heres a mHrriQir Dr with an uneasy laugh forced herself to hardt was liberated on suspended sn Meiiieal I go on tence and the others were remanded for It was as dork as a pocket inside but known cured hundreds thotuutnda ihatre sentcueo thousands thutre unknown she remembered just where she had Ho Kaws from taa Chirlcstoa et cae Do left the eggs on the mtal bin in the cor you fours is an exceptionalhuman nature of There was ncr Feeling for then her hand struck whichtliiik that that bitdifferent from the Charleston atno nows of the Itata or I is the navy department 30U call the basket and picking it up she hurried Other pircel of human nature Hut Thursday morning No credence is out feeling a vague sense of danger Good friend given to the report that the Charleston vou dont know my case She walked with a rapid footstep for in nincti nine out of every hun uk the lti It vat pretty dark and but then she the cu os are the fame impure blood heard Brunos steps behind her and and thats why Golden Medical Dicov I mmmatlco JIuilcal with him she was safe However she erv cu es ninety nine out of every hunMrs Bardington writing Mr An I was glad to roach the house and run Â¬ dred You may be the exception band a up the stops flung open the door you may not But would ou rather be Bardiitgton is tie word ning yon know singular or and turned back with a joyful Oome the exception or would vra rather be brass band plural well If youre the exception it inBrn Mr Bardington Well my dear I But the words died on her lips for it you nothing vou get your money back should say that depends upoa whether was not Bruno that she saw but a long but suppose it cures vou Let the Golden Mediccl Discovery the musieaiis keep together or not crouching figure with flaming eyesl take the risk Jud The real Bruno sprang growling from HE dinner dishes were done the bread molded down and set to rise for the last time Baby had been fed and then as Martha Wadsworth cud Â¬ dled the sleepy 4 COITLD SEE HIM ON THE FENCE little against KHlnl -- heart Â¬ 8am WrrMOTH who mysteriously dis- Â¬ appeared from Paris several days ago returned the other night He said he had been to Detroit to visit his daughter but she has been living in Cincinnati a year Great suffering from erysipelas has unbalancfd Mr Wilmoths mind and he doesnt know his own family Harrv Jackbox who was shot several nights ago by Alex Grievous at Lex Â¬ ington died at an early hour the other morning All the drivers and handlers of the Adams Express Co struck at Louisville the other morning This is the result of the recent order of the company re- Â¬ quiring their employes to furnish bond Rort Veach a coal miner met with a horrible death at Spottsvllle the other morning by falling down a coal shaft a depth of seventy five feet In the fall he was disemboweled and his skull was crushed 6o badly that the brains oozed out The following fourth cjass postmasters were appointed a few days since for Kentucky J J Rose Flint Calo way county vice J F Belcher resign- Â¬ ed B M Colvin jr MeKinneyburg Pendleton county vice J D Doubman Vest Knott resigned J D Martin county vice W Gngsby resigned George Mevlebes a few days ago sold to the United States Portland Ce- Â¬ ment Co a tract of land about thrte miles from Covington containing twen- Â¬ ty acres for 20 MO FiBE the other night destroyed the new building of the California Fig Sirup Louisville Loss f375000 fully Co insured The Edison Electric Light Co had 3000 worth of dynamos etc in the building which were also de Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DKAIKK IN Woodenwarecc Silver and Watche Clucka Jewelry Plated war il DAMONrS NFH attention given to CANNED GOODS Tobacco and Cigars PUTTING AND OTHER PRBCIl REPAIRING Promptly Cash Paid for Old Gold and COUNTRY lligl- Ill Country Produce bought and sold at Market Prices done ami in a workmanlike your iiiaunt r Silver ens Feathers buy yur Gw p- - J L 42- - COLEY CO IsT Dont foreet the place next door la the Pout office Hiclinond Ky WCTODDBEC HH THE NEW GROCERY FIRM --- PowersHagan G0RMLEY DRUGGISTS Corner Main and First Sir UA8 TIIK- FANCY- - STAPLE AND FINEST LINE OF RICHMOND KENTUCKY ftlMMIft y Mj NB8vViM Mfittif4aik Gluswus Wosdsnmre LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded day Bad night by an experienced phyai- and pharmacist addlery AND CANNED GOODS Now is the time of year for you to purchase DRUGS FIELD SEEDS Clover Timothy and all other Field Seed at lowest cash pr Medicines Chemicals mm Horse Richmond has IN Will h At the ill Mr totae TOILET ABTICIiSS BOOKS ALBUMS ever had Ilihst Market Trice Â¬ COME and SEE VS HIQGINS 39 V5 HERND0N POWER k HAGAN WCGormleyCo OAS STOVES b3a AUTEH CHICKEN we kelp TINWARE AND- - Â¬ Â¬ Cholera Cure saasBf MS Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE FOf Salo Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively 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 monev will be refunds Â¬ Our Goods are of excellent qualit our PRICES REASONABLE THE RICII3 Water Hae Gnd Light Co it their li Repairing of Tiaware t LswErss COOKING STOVES That Use Thev Gas for Fuel A SPECIALTY OF coal and co FOR SALE BY Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- ing Stoves READY and when xx tink F0R DSE BrooKs For si Â¬ y Middelton w I f EY Co CLAUDE SMITH 17- 5 CO Heater places tha from 7 cents tor b hotel rany M N tJ 14- - ALEXANDERS PRICES OF LUMBER ON CAHS AT FORD Bill Stuff 16 ft and under per id Com inch 3d - HOTEL - Seysnth and Market Streets Mi LouisYillQ 50 - Kentucky 2nd Sheeting Dressed Finishing- 1st Flooring and Ceiling2d - 3d No 1 Dressed Weatherboards u x 1 a 3 Lath Pickets Kg M ft In Car lots a discount of except Pickets and Lath prices made Having sold out our entire interest in hotel on Jefferson street we have reWe are building a i ICK 7 50 the moved to our old stand that we occupied your city We 25 00 for vears so successfully at Seventh and everv 22 50 Market streets are now flitting it up in iS 50 elegant shape new throughout and the outfit in every wav will be elegant incud r 13 50 Pasnenger and ing one of Ha 15 00 baggage Elevators with all the late imand willgU it if air 12 50 provements We want all of our old friends to come and the best cuiaiiU of 10 00 and see us in our old home We promise 1 75 vou that our Rooms Table and Service -3 50 shall le second to none in the land My wife Mrs Jo 5 Alexander wants per 00 to be remembered to all her lady friends will win vour fa o 10 00 12 Will Open Monday March ICE Cm -- Itf Clear Solid Ice - application 47 46 H0Delivered known on Address FORD LUMBER CO and he will be glad to see them and give thein a hearty reception Fare 362 J2 JO B Ford Ky ALEXANDER Ier Dy Manager 00 OR I We do not trade because fit Home - Enterprise and w we are To Applicants for Notce Water 1 to prospective Uattr consumers It you make application for water while the ppes are bemj laid and ditch is open in Iront of your prenvses the tap will be wihoul a extra charge It the ditch has to be re opened afterward for the tap to made a charge of 2 50 will be ininocd for the tap Make opplica pt of tion to M N D AOOFN iKfim 5TtfK 3 001 Ladies 2nn 3nvs as our get No RICHMOND t WAIKR LIGHT CO Notice to Debtors j Â¬ le the partner- It being nece hip of Jennings A them have been le hands livan and r hope no 0 s ren offense as my long ders it impossible for c -- KIP S0 aW 75 ES and has Ice With Sawdust Mr J I at I On ur It for less than 100 Viat We day Iniorsacc can yon the felloviaj short plaia lag- W L DOUGLAS Address toMm mntfd aadso sismued BsMkr W L DOLGLAS7Jraht M lisk leutaaets T Th- 3 SHOE SsSxSss w m tention April 7th WILL JENNINGS 1891 43- - JACK FREEMAN e mean wnai we Richmond RICHMOND ICE Mr sp