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V T itAfiy rvf rl n W p- - VOLUME ATTORNKYH IV Advice to Women Kfnticky Suppressed or Irregular struation you must use If you would protect yourself from Painful Profuse Scanty Men- Â¬ 1 I DTTVinrcii H II 11 11mA I of all in Leavening Power rjgWrTJpia jQWgr igS v Kh 1 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 27 1891 11 J Vr NUMBER 50 TOWELL A 1 Awful TTORXE1 im A - T LA W lLiiiDiOll I S Govt Report Aug B 17 1889 Richmond street A Experience of a Lady in Kentucky AND Young m W J A IVAN TTOUXEV HO KM T LA - W - - Kenuckv M BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR j CARTEURVIIIE April M 1S88 Tills will certify that two members of my CHAINED ASSAULTED Be Mnlll tleet lipKtiills By the Men She Eefasad to Karry leased by Death j KECOBB A 7TORXEJS reel A T LA IV HER INHUMAN CAPTORS Shot to Deatli by Her Ilrothcr and FrienJn One or the Most Brutal Crimes on Record LorisvniK Ky May 23 One of the most fiendish crimosever known in Kentucky is reported from Sandrhook Um county seat of Elliott ltss Maud ABSOUITEUV PURE THE PRESBYTERIANS Abstract of the Confession of Faith erator Green called the assembly to order promptly at 930 for devotional ex- Â¬ ercises yesterday there nore than 100 commissioners on the floor but they straggled in during the prayers and hymn until there was a full house at 10 oclock After the approval of Thursdays minutes the moderator named the committee fir the present nbly The clerk announced that the overtures of the p on the subject of tha rev a re Â¬ ceived dur a total of 181 in favor and six against revision The report was referred urnit tee on revision an ther matters were refern us special committee theo logical seminaries of the church were called for and a few were presented f the The foK changes recommended by the committee on revision In chapter i of the holy scripture 5 are inserted the words and the truthfulness of the history the faithful witness of prophecy and miracle are inserted as among the arguments for the insyurat ra of the scripture Chapter iii of Gods eternal decree hasections 1 and 2 unchanged sections 3 and 4 stricken out The doctrines of j n of sav ing faith of go id of religious worship received only verbal chan In the pronouncement upon the lawful oaths popish B are described as simply monastic vows Similar changes with regard to the term papist are made in he chapter on marriage and divorce and the pope of i the revision to be Tho sacrifice of the m referred to as a Roman Catholic doctrine rather than Popish but continues to be designated as abom injurious of chapter xii is charged to read as follows All infants dying in infancy and all other who from birtli to death are incapable of being outwardly called by the ministry to the word hrist and regenerated by the spirit who worketh e and how De peaseth This is differing from the old confession in the insertion of the words all from birth to death aed and are re generated by the spirit An entirely new clause is the follow- Â¬ ing Chapter xxv section 0 There is no other head of the church but the Lord im of the pope of Rome I vicar of Christ and the church universal is with out warrant in scripture or in fact and is a usurpation dishonoring to the Ijord Jesus Ch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KKN J r BRADFIELD 49 5J Kin t Its CHILIAN ADVICES KT IlHNAM A REGULATOR GA TTORNETS- - A TLA K Richmond offinN - FOlt SALE BY ASL LXVO CISTS RAILROADS ATLANTA CO Kadlcil Outages Made DKrnoiT Mich May i3 When Mod- Â¬ So no Government Vessels Bombard tho Rebel Headquarters at Iquiquo The Insurgents Vessels Save Themselves Behind Foreign Merchant ships Unexpected Coming of the Gov Â¬ ernment Vessels Creates a Panic lift KuruHna Building U A KK1I- BUAUKKLTORD TTORNMT ll R IV N A TLA B R R KtMCOiV the Courts il Will practice In C perlona ill VI- - DKNTAL BUItGKKY WILKES bMITU DEXTAL SURGEON Kentucky Richmond jK A A M 3 r m A XI 9 9 Smith lluillliuc mi V 1 Office M A- - 9 12 7 lei lo deiiUMry 57 C MORGAN DD S 9 55 10 RICBUOND tin KENTUCKT ic o 57 street over Had laou National 3 57 Creek 6 lLBY W Bl firr - 00 DENTIST Richmond ro i W ni r M in - KUTTVCKT 12 17 12 30 Ar Ki A mid Pint PaweUa ti Clashing J CREED D D S KIRESVILLB KENTUCKT V up RftUggrK net Time lj0MnJii Al Noitliern Tifc an 01cr at Klnnell i erlHlnliin t tli olertloll li IANS lytlilnj IT IiiV y ILL J EN MMs PBTSICIAN AND SURGEON ipffld - QDEEN CRESCENT BUTE Popular sutlicm Short Lls Vic Louisville - or - Cincinnati Southern Points -- Fleenor died recently by being thrown from her horse and assaulted by John and ieorg e Wilcox brothers who had been her suitors Sh Sad promised to marry Amos Queen who had met her while she was teaching school near hook and about three week started to visit a friend near where she had taurht- - The Wilcoxes Were pissing the road she traveled saw her coining hid in the Dttlhea seared her horse the horse ran awl as thrown and had both legs broken The Wileoxes picked her up uncon- Â¬ scious revived her drew straws as to which she should be compelled to mar- Â¬ ry bore her to a cabin and demanded that she agToe to marry John to whose ha fell Bh and fainted They tried to set her legs and kept her Vhen found a prisoner in the cabin by her brother and afflancee she said the Wileoxes did it and did soon after The examination showed that she had been chained to the cabin wall and also had been assaulted The Wileoxes were captured and confessed where- Â¬ upon they were shot to death by tho brother and lover They explained in the confession that they chained the girl because she had attempted to escape Miss Fleenor was tlje daughter of a prominent citizen of Richmond Va who moved to Sandy hook some years ago and died there She was only twenty one years old a church member and Sunday school teacher 1 WILLIAM VILAS HILL President of the 11111 Ktin 27- - in Ejfecl Mmy ll Memphis Tonn Memphis Tenn Shoe Company failed Thursday and William Vilas Kill president of tho Shoo Company at shouts Himself May 23 The Hill up Mmr- - iihxi lo Second NhIkiiiiiI EAST AM SOUTH BOUND ii 1IXII bTg - PlITSICIAN ANDSUBGEON Kentucky L 11 is a m irV lv Ar V 25 INDSUBGEON Kkmickv street 8- K K sicleiice on Thiid - Ar Ci- W EVANS M YD - I Ar Lo 00 a ml Kn HUTS SURGEON Kentucky NORTH AND WEST liOl N i TJ TAYLOR in Medicine and STAl Practitioner Surgery n KlMUKV Ar M VI K LETCUER R Richmond ttSIClANAND SURi Kkntick L Ar RalldlBS - 1N1 Mr- Homeopathic Physiciai and Surgeon K IMIIK Kli MMOMD l llt US BOLTON V Inll Information Agent or i 11 m Brlebfa iihu in Hllt iition t women mi l I cjiII 011 any HfHIieopaUlU srnt lo IVOODWI J JOHN IL POSTER RICHMOND KENTUCKT Mum ml i P sii ii kettri HUMPHREYS latex Creek Avenue lare XV lUOUT - Muln St company immediately thereafter com- Â¬ mitted suicide The failure of tho firm was directly due to the failure of tha Lynn Davis Shoe Company Which owed the U ill Shoe Company between SoOOOOO and 400000 President Hill received a telegram from the Lynn firm advising him to as Â¬ sign to protect himself Ho gave orders soon after that this be done and without a word left tho store He went di rectly to his home reaching thereabout Climbing over the rear fence 0 oclock he entered the house by the back door Qore he unand went to his room dressed and taking a Winchester rifle from its position over the fireplace went to the bath room where he shot himself No member of Mr Hills family was at home and the servant did not hear the shot The body was found when cold by a member of the family who hal returned home for snppr Mr Hill was iZ years old prominent In so- Â¬ cial circles and a nephew of BIG WHEAT STEAL General Vilas of the company are A Grain Inspector Create a S nsatlon by The liabilities Kt posing Crookcdneaa about 400000 and the assets 820 St PaVL Minn May 28 Joan ShelThe creditors are principally ea ley chief deputy grain inspector at parties Minneapolis created sensation before V by the IT WAS DYNAMITE tpparently col- Workmen t tho Tar stating thi The Foreman of tho als in the mat rytoun Disaster Says There Was o AJax lusio ter of inspection atDuluth He said that Jowder on the Cir XY antly loaded with May 23 Edward Ta aan of the workmen em- wheat at night without inspection Continuing he said The law reployed when the recent disaster oc i who is now lying in the quired something like two million Provident Home Hospital suffering from bushels of damaged wheat in elevators in the explo E and F Had that fact been known the injur yesterday said in the country it would have created a sion in an inl there wis uj Ajax powder oa the flat panic I think there was some underHe took tho ex- - standing between the elevator people car It was dynamite from Ludlow where it is stored and the Minneapolis grain and warehouse commission to get the wheat out and put it on the lat ear 1 a coll of rope of the country on the quiet car tcu feet In THE NATIONAL GAME ave striet on Fin is uot to Contests Between the Various League and Association Clubs train left Ludlow one of the Italians The following M May 23 by manufaetui games were played yesterday y are is dot NATIONAL LKA capping the can At Cincinnati New York 8 Cincin- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 The last private advices from Chili about a week ago in regard to the rebellion were to the effect that the gov Â¬ ernments war ships had started to en gage the fleet of the insurgents the Is of which were in bad condition for lack of supplies and repairs Sun- It was learned by telegraph from Santiago that the torpedo cruiser Ad- Â¬ miral Condell and the Imperial bom- Â¬ barded the ret el headquarters at Ca vancha a portion of the port of Iquique The rebel ok shelter amongst the foreign merchant ships at anchor in the bay A few companies of ernment troops lauded at the port of Tultal and captured some rebel officers after the flight of a number of com- Â¬ panies belonging to a battalion in course of organization and awaiting arms and ammunition expected by tho Ilata from the nitThe rebels left behind them the musical instruments of the military band A panic exists among the portion of the north- Â¬ ern coast held by the rebels on account of the unexpected visit of the government there It is also learned by the same route that D Augustine Ross the chief agent of the Chilian insurgents at Paris has be- Â¬ come insane and the authorities are trying to have him confined in an asy- Â¬ lum Tho statement of Mr Whitthe minister of the United States contradicting the ory from rel i es that they had entered intoot iations with him on account of the Itata has disconcerted the insur gents The French minister of foreirn affairs has refused to receive officially the representative of the rebels Don Augusto Mate The same policy has been followed by all the other European governments The order of Judge Ross of Los Angeles Cal to produco before the grand jury the telegrams sent by Mr Baeardo Trumbull the sal- Â¬ aried agent of the Chilian Insurgents in reference to the tho Itata from the custody of the author- Â¬ ities of tiie United States will soon lie carried out The friends of the Chilian rebels are afraid of the discovery In these telegrams of certain suggestions to induce the commander of the Chilian cruiser Esmeralda to compel by force the coaling of his steamer at Aca pulco if he could not get it by other means There are rumors that a largo New York firm is implicated in t gotiations with the Chilian insui just as the so called Nitrate King Mr North is said to be in England and the famous old Peruvian guano ators Dreyffuss i Co of Paris are Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ men-of-wÂ¬ Â¬ 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¬ E C BOGGS IIO MAIIXT SraH3TaT7 MISSOURI Â¬ CO COURT HOUSE sMiPl T SILVER IN ALABAMA Important Discovery in Pickens County la an Attempt to Pig a Well The people of Pickens county Ala are greatly excited over the recent discovery of a vein of galena containing silver in very large quantities Experts who have been in the vicinity this week say the discovery will make a marvel- Â¬ ous revolution in a region that has heretofore been simply an agricultural country The tind was discovered in an attempt to dig a well in the northern portion of the county in what are known as the Liberty Hills Pickens county is described in the geological survey of the state as being tho sotsjh ern boundary of the coal measures of the state and as marking the begin ning of the formation of stratified drift The state geologist Dr Eugene A Smith has declared it probable that strata of mineral deposits would be found underlying the in Drinking water drift beds region is mainly the obtained bored artesian wells as the surface drainage water is scanty in quantity and poor in quality and beÂ¬ cause the drift formation must be pierc- Â¬ ed and is from 200 to 300 feet in de water I the The find of Â¬ Â¬ TORNADO The Number of Killed Not 80 Qroat as Reported the Dead Number Three But Several Oth Â¬ ers Will Die A Score of Persons Severely Injured CKACQTJAIKTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COtTNTHT WILL OBTAIrf MUCH VALCABIi ntTOKIIATION FROM A 3TXTDT OF THIS MAP OF M Ij T O IN -- aVlswX r JH The tornado which passed over the northern portion of Audrlan county Mo Wednesday afternoon killed three persons and sertomaly injured a score of others of whom four will die The track of the storm was about one hunÂ¬ dred yards wide and passed over twelve houses of which only a portion of one was left standing The resiWilliam dences of Alex Carter Powell Dillard Bros flalsen Kunkle Geo Crane Wnv Yostmeier T B Ram Valentine Erdell S 8 Norrts A Ahl- feldt J M Menefee and John Doerger were blown down and literally tsrn to pieces Balscn Kunkle received injuries from which he died within an hour His sons Otto and Henry were severely hurt Mr Yostmeier wife and child and Clarence Harvey wh ltng Uy cut and bruised At there crip Â¬ Â¬ - JV aaBBBsaa ki sMM rsa ILWAY Um THE CHICAGO Including- survey from Columl Ohio Raiii tion obile and famii injured town fo pi RG main lines brar I GAS EXPLOSION In the Pratt Mines N itr i irmlngham Ali Kills lle ii Men A fearful g u occurred in Shalt No 1 at the Pratt Mines near Birmingham Ala Friday afternoon icts and Tom killi Moon carpenter The negroes who were found dead when the rescuÂ¬ Contracts have been let in Glasgow for the construction of t ships for the Hawaiian trade One of the ships is to be 3300 tons and the other tons aud they will cost aoout one hun- Â¬ dred thousand dollars ca y are destined for the carrying trade and will ply between San Francisco Port Town send and the Hawaiian islands The Inter Island Navigation Co of Hawaii will be nart owners and the shin own ers in San Francisco will also be inter ested Sunday night as Fred Carpenter a popular fireman for the E T V and G railroad was driving to his suburban home near Knoxville Tenn some un known person fired upon him with a un from ambush inflicting fatal injuries Young Carpenter is a son of Hon D A Carpenter one of the lead ing business and insurance men of Knoxville Â¬ Vessels for the Hawaiian Trade Shot From Ambush Â¬ Â¬ of RICHMOND KEN TUCKT BRIGHT M D PlirSICiAN AND SURGEON Richmond - Kim In Hmiili rlnllilin on Main il ini1 glveu to n iiiIioiik of tissues and duldx in II 2 I 1 J riudi 11 r AlLTZ PHtSICIAN II MI A XD 6 - RGEON 17 Pile 1 rati JO Wb 1 At Cleveland Boston a Cleveland 5 At Chicago Philadelphia game post--wgrounds At Pittsburgh Brooklyn game called at end second inning rain Quarrel Auini Italians no Ar m9 At Boston St Lou none aged 24 was sliot and instantly At Baltimore Columbus 7 Baltimore lin W Remington aged unded by Guiseppe 15 At Philadelphia Cincinnati 5 Athlet- rro in the Italian quarters last night durii reL The murderer cs- At Washington Louisville 0 Washe Italians ington 0 i et 1 Â¬ fall aud the expi 0 years old of artuy rytovn another victim of tho burled yesterday Detention of Italian Criminals There were 304 immigrants landed at the barge office Sunday Twelve hundred and forty eight Italians ar- Â¬ rived on the Marsaila and ten of them were retained as they had served time in prisons of Italy for various offenses Trains Blocksd by Caterpillars All the trains on the Milwaukee road Saturday morning were delayed at a point seven miles out from Maul Minn by millions of caterpillars which had crawled upon the raila to sun them Â¬ selves Ho Old Richmond Ituill iik orOea X W Main Kinticky Hlrcet 2s 30 3 J 1is V I 7 lil 11 100 1 I if upiuire M Revenue 18- - jK J BLACK iv PHTSICIAN AND SUltGEON Hed Housk Kkiititcky For Siic HAS HOOKER 1 GRADUATE ONT Veterinary e TEnixA it r s umomon V IT COLLEGE SPECIFICS SgAlT PEAVINE JR 67 PO WEES fe cfprkw BE llcarnaarmd H gold mailed frws richly boui HUMPHREYS MEDICINE 00 Oct William and John Street II ew York This city was by li P Hutchinson tho Chica go grain speculator Thursday He spent the time in calling upon acquaint ances of hs boyhood days He ap ad to be in the best of health and spirits 2 1 Â¬ Lynn Mass liutii In Uood Spirits Â¬ May In FTur of r Brooks committee of the diocese have voted una The standing of Indiana ii of Dr dirm tho bishop One Dentistry und Sterility a ally KFICE Neit door to Climax office IJI1 llnshejM buildlUK Klelnnoiui Kv 6-- Will make the season of 1S0J at M A PhclpsV place 4 10m Richmond on the Jacks Creek pike at Fokt Hike Wavve lnd May 23 One employ of the el trust went on strike of wages Men Ilundrd THOMAS A YKES Agency 15 to Insure a Living Colt hern Presbyterian -- M Mi I Collectine counts 1 Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with dam by Bolivar 2n hv Ned i hv Tr t at 1r U I XT WING RETURNED TO RICII- - dam A MOM 1 have djcided to attrition again to the buying and selling hands of RcjI Culate and the Collection of Ac- Â¬ old good style will thank yoti for dam J Rascal Disposed Elbogan ti A Of t The ditliculty between the lumber dealers association and the lumber handlers was settled yesterday an agreement having been reached between Alonzo T Decker renting the lumber dealers and Rogers representing the board of walking delegates of the build- rades by which the lumberyards arc to be opened at once and all strikes od off An arbitration committee ippointed to settle all difficulties that may arise The Galena to be Sold Washington May 23 The board of rs appointed to survey the United States steamship Galena which was wrecked on the coat of near Gay Head has ma the n that the vessel cannot be repaired in the 20 nit and it recommend was r of the third rate an unarm 23 a Xtw Yoik Lumber Handlers May Strike Settled Secretary d Tidings Yet Tracy said Sunday night re- - that the navy department had not an3 news Sunday of the United s cruiser Charleston which is in pursuit of the Chilian insurgent steamer Itata Plucky Negro At Sutton W Va a negro had a fight some Italians wounded two ly and held the rest at bay rs came and took him to jail The A were all convictas Phil Darned follows Tom Dam Joe Ball Char William Mansxtson field Aaron Hays Joe Davis and Ed Contry The explosion was caused by a convict entering a dcertetl air cham ber with his lighted lamp It had been nailed up and marked Gas When the explosion occurred Assistant Superintendent 3 G Moore and Mining Engi- Â¬ neer Erkskene Ramsey entered the shaft ith assistants in an effort to resHOW HE DIED cue the men but were soon forced out by the afterdamp and were taken out By Members of Ills Family half an hour later in an unconscious Surrounded fudge Tart Passes Away condition Judge Alphonso Taft passed away at 414 oclo k Thursday morning at San OHICKAMAUGA PARK Diego Cal unconscious and surrounded The National Commissioners Adopt Meas Â¬ ures to Uock the tiame of tha Land by members of his family who were in the city As soon as death was known siiarks riton Thurston and Stewart in pursuance of Instructions from sec Â¬ of the Chickamauga national park com- retary of war Gen A D MeCook tenmission Friday visited the battle dered a guard of honor of the United ground made a careful estimate of the States army corps for the tody but actual value of the land and deter- M rs Taft has declined with due appre- Â¬ mined on a course of action On Mon Â¬ ciation of honor implied in the offer The day they will offer fair prices for tho remains wiU be taken directly to Cin here a quiet funeral wiU be land the government wishes and where cinnati the tender i6 accepted will purchase held The body and family will go cast Those who stand out will see proceed Â¬ on a train Friday morning Judge Taft ings in condemnation begin in the fed- leaves a widow and one daughter and eral court This move will block the four sons All three departments of game of the combination for fancy the superior court adjourned Thursday as a mark of respect to Judge Taft A prices of farms on the battle ground meeting of the bar and bench was held In tho afternoon at which eulogistio A Sunday School Temple resolutions regarding Judge Taft were The Illinois State Sunday school as- Â¬ adopted sociation in their convention at Dan decided to erect a villo Thursday Oood tor the Crops 5200000 Sunday school temple in ChiReports of heavy rains continue to cago each teacher to subscribe 1 come In from all over the northwest and each scholar ten cents This will The showers of Wednesday continued make 130000 The balance will be Wednesday night and Thursday and raised by personal subscription the crop outlook has been materially improved ing 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ re in the house wen Three of them Mi lcr Mrs Seal the mother-in-lase at and a small child can wrl the house of John Doerger which v as demolished The daughter was killed and the bal- ance of the family five in number injured a daughter fatal il of Mr Doergers stock was killed Three men Mason Kernan Thomas and Icmor Rogers seeing the storm laid flat on the ground and clasped hands Homer who was in the middle was killed while the othe two were uninjured In the western pari f the county the worst damage was done at the farm of J F Harrison His son was blown a half mile and lodged in a tree Both legs v ere broken A fine btallion was Mown five hundred yards and killed All the members of the family wire Injured Hundreds of cat- Â¬ tle hogs and sheep were killed nine-year-o- ld City to town short R ail pot Duve and tern and Southern p THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER It traverses vaet arern of tho world formtngr tho sre transportation to and fVom au orado and tho lnd Kansas Cltv anci Cafcra Paiaco Sleeping Cara to t MACNSF2CENT Leading all com VES S t THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE n Pactflfi extern Trail E ST JOHN General JOHN SEBASTIAN - Sana CHICAGO II I A PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEHOID REMEDY FOR USUI ECZEMA SORES Send three two cent stamps for free sample box and book PRICE CROJP 50 CENTS CHICAGO WOUNDS BRONCHITIS PILES BURNS c ILL- - 4I T7S FOR MEDICINAL R O I D SOH F ABSOLUTELY PUKE THAT CAN BE RELIED ON BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES TAR OID CO who be Kv Muled Wa customs a j our patron- 4 S 0 11 PHELPS tence prisoi admi- - a telegraph operator in cold blood in El Paso Tex was found guilty of murTurtles From the Oloula During a thunder storm live turtles der in the second d gree The jury of them as large as a mans hand placed his punishment at twenty years fell on the farm of Adam Walker in in the penitentiary Coal Creek township near Crawford- ville lnd The Blue and the Gray The G A R posts of Parkersburg Cant Indorse the Platform Sidney M u candidates W Va at their last meeting sent an for governor of Minnesota says he can invitation to Camp Jenkins of of Parkersburg to unite with uot indo aocjejr and sub- treasury planks of the peoples party them in the decoration of the graves of The in the dead soldiets on platform vitation has KlUd by a Fire Extinguisher iSec- eu in tho Hall col- Vork Rathbone fuse as struck rted by a and Â¬ Italians threaten to lynch him Twenty Years for Murder W G Caldwell who on the night of July 2 1800 shot and killed Joe Brown The Oorbett Jackson Fight every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP TO THE MARK Jim Corbett white and Peter Jackcolored heavy weights fought a sixty one round battle at San Francisco Thursday night After fighting for four hours the battle was decided a draw Â¬ son jXTot to Split Not to Plsooloy BEARS THIS MARX Land Opened to Battlement a proclamation opening to public settle- Â¬ ment about 1800000 acres of the land of the Fort Bert hold Indian Reservation in President Harrison Thursday issued TRADE North Dakota Shoctlng Scene at an Execution James Kane was executed at Belle Â¬ ville Ont Thursday morning for the The murder of his wife Elizabeth bat Kan drop owlv str I ELluloiD Mark NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A jurt pending an appeal f The IE Flood of Immigration S10 REWARD The Richmond Water SSMI were take mission w J Mraiaa Bar Cliild im- - fold comr- was pale but THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET At Light Compa with reward lor the ap- proof lo convict anv C0UKDHIM 31 denee wm Well Know ei U I IC EAPSER Propr and her were ing him with a f ractu The five fll Xltllll JAY-EYE-SEE of Jay 4p i Mk K same M 5 Murdered and Then Strung Up Gen Etuai to Feslgn fcV- Of from a I year old Oily 2 j THE HI OppOovurt WILLARD Loui -- LATE a tel- - IIoii- - Ivy K sa w Asm te asaw va tarn BSBK seas as - at the White House - L iV JLl SlaeaSiae w QUINNS OINTMENT His the or i hi Thoroughly Renovated and Improved- - M M COLTS FOB ALL VJlllllissssssssssl j WMAm aW Met -- atloo I have ever umheard 2 uimetid it to all Uorseui si We have huiuindt of tush teHimamiaU i fr B oftte Ak irusrisc ft r RATHS 33 SO jLPIEJX DAY TiflAXl W T THE CLIMAX i al Treasury by a Democratic administra Â¬ tipto ikd Editor IT Climax Printing G nm ncnii S Co White Chxs Powili PUKE Vciaesday IKH YEAR tl50 1801 Jty 27 MONDAY AUG FOR COVERNOC STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET ELECTION- RD 189 JOHN YOUNG BROWN of Henderson rOR IT COVHKOK MC ALKORD oi Lexington FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL JACK HENDRICKS of Fletningsburg FOR AlDITOR tion whilst it has increased in the most extraordinary and unprecedented manner taxation that will add to the distress of the people and at the same time be in Â¬ adequate to meet the demands of those wio are using the Government to serve their selfish purposes Sixth Wc return thanks to the patriotic members of the last Senate of tbe United States who defeated the cniust iniquitous and partisan measure known ai the Force bill which would havs been a fearful blow at home rule and local pelf government and was intended to place in the hands of the Republican par ty the machinery whereby it niipht by force fraud and intimidaton have perpet uated ifs iniquitous rule and destroyed the freedom and integrity of the ballot nth We commend to the pple si te the mnnlv iatriotic and upright course of the Chief Executive whom the Democratic party gave to the Common Â¬ wealth four years ago and indorse his ad ministration as consistent with tins principles on which he was nominated and elected Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L C NORMAN of Boone FOR TREASURE CORRESPONDKXCB COLLEGE HILL head Some 400 pound heifers sold at 2 cents The Holstein Frieisian Association one of the most prosperous cattle bleeders associations in America has appropriated 10000 to be paid in premiums on its cat- Â¬ tle shown at the Worlds Fair Auctioneer Bush reports Lancaster court as follows One hundred and All sold fifty cattle on the market from 2J to 3 cents A few plug horses sold from 25 to 60 A few milch cows sold from 15 to 25 Small crowd and rather a dull court Winchester Court J A Ramsey auctioneer reports 1500 cattle on the market As usual no choice cattle offered Prices ranged from 250 to 3 50 per cw t The depressed condition of the market was doubtless on account of dry weather and a scarcity of grass Many left over unsold The lamb trade is booming in this county Our principal local dealer A J Rutherford has already bought 2500 lanibs in this and adjoining counties He is paying from 5 to 6 cents according to the lamb He had the honor of ship ping the finest lot of double deck lanilrs to Cincinnati last season and Bays he will maintain his reputation this year Â¬ Â¬ H S HALE of Mason TO REGISTER OF IAKD OFFICE G B SWANGO of Woolfit rO SITT OK PLBLIC INSTRUCTION ED PORTER THOMPSON of Owen FOR CLERK OF COURT OF APPEALS A ADDAMS of Harriwin fwmw is to have a three 1 corn Te I tie Legislature W C Combs W Tribble and J T Cobb The State Republican Convention at 111 0 demonHtrated that Bradley is boss of the Repub irly party in Kentuckv State Ieuiocratic Convention didnt endorse tbe new Constitution the You Republican Convention did your money and takes yourci The is in tbe new Constitution that ubliean Conv endorv it What is in tbe new Consti- - What made the State Demotcratic lame it that there A young man of Richmond who is agent for the United States Express Co if I mistake not manages to visit our the Democratic party not endorsed quiet little town very often and the We refer to the new Constitution prospects are promising that we will WHO Wl MAKK Tilt BALLOTS have to give up one of our most fascinat- Â¬ ing belles He is a very xpular and iTovides for a promising young man and our sincere Tin wish is for his success and happiness Hat means fort to mark his own ballot which is furnish im by the judge of the electicn In FOXTOWN Iht of of voters can Mrs Thos Dewier is dor gerously ill must be npp with consumption k the liallots HowistheV It is now feared the wheat will be dam Â¬ else t know whether or not ir to the aged by the continued dry veather wisher-- of the V Mrs Wm Scott of Clark ctmnty visited her sister Mrs W S Oldham lost week STATL KKTIBLKAN CONVENTION Foxtown is not much for four eared hogs and deformed chickens but she is Th- utau- way up on tw ins as Killis lturgin can atn on lait Wed- qua p test neaday and Gen 1 aiilratn of Lancaster The Union Sunday School Convention ler to be held here on the 6th of June is of Hell county Hon D was chosen teuiorary Chairuun and much talked of and no doubt will be Judge Felaud of Hopkinsville erma- - largely attended There wilt be speaking RoLiTts of preaching and plenty to eat ii our splen Sam J Dent Chainnar did housewives sustain their characteris exington Iea try Denny of tic benevolence- MSMSStl Lexingtoi by fJL J To say that the voters of this 6ec tion Pogi county and wa second- - with indeed few exceptioos are opposed Lvons of Campbell Hon A to the new new Constitutk n would lie T W Odd of Mt Sterling was ncminated putting it mildly They ti emphatically Jrcar and seconded by W 0 and unreservedly away off Calmly obÂ¬ Bradley Maj Silas Adams of Casey serving the obvious result of a Convencounty was nominated by J IV Scott of tion of unprecedented length its un Clark and seconded by J E Denton of wholsome purport and cos- a very large During the first ballot the majority of our people Pulaski sen disposed to names of Dennv and Adams were with- treat all matters pertaining to it with per Â¬ drawn and Wood was noniinatid by acÂ¬ fect indifference and feel satisfied no ex clamation It was a contest of the field traordinary effort will be necessary tode against Bradley and he downed them leat it Years of experience of financial other officers nominaed were hardships of oppressive taxation and re LieuMtov Henry Huston of Vlucah stricted rights have awakened the farmer L J Crawfird New- iral element to a dawn of personal interest Chas Blaufoid Bewla- - requiring deliberate and decisive steps Farmer Somerset which a manifest determination among Pub Instruction L Ikxlge that class shows they will boldly take Berea Register Land Office J A Rar- Already heavily burdened it is not prob- Â¬ rk Court Appeals E able that they will invite still greater op- Â¬ R Blaine Lexington pression by lending their aid next August Harrisons administration and the new to draw the Constitution halter Nor Constitution were endorsed would it be an unwarranted assertion to cay the patriotic farmers ire even more THE PLATrOLM than ever impressed with the sincerity of by the recent the friendshipof the Kentucky press since Pnncples enunciated State Democratic Convention at Lonis- - two thirds of them are miking a gallant manly fight to suppress rather than aid t Tlie Democracy of KenU ky de-Â¬ an appoachinff evil It was Farmers are not done planting corn Miss Rosa Park of Station Cimp was here last week Mr Hamilton Mellon is out ognin after a long confinement to lis room with rheumatism Mr R G Engle has doubled the ca Â¬ pacity of his store and employed Mr W P Griggs as salesman Strawberries are getting ripe and it will not be long until the average country boy will look sleek and fat J H Edwards has returnexl from a trip through Eastern Kentucky and re- Â¬ ports a pleasant trip and a profitable journey The late frosts have destroyed at least 30 per cent of the fruit in this locality There will not be an average crop of any kind of fruit or berries here except Prospects ant good at blackberries present for an extra crop of tho latter A large fishing part1 nude up of young people met at Green Island on Kentucky River on Saturday last and spent a pleasant day fishing boating gathering wild flowers etc Among tbe crowd was several present from Richmond Lexington Waco College Hill Union City Bybeetown und other points Â¬ XicKoUwriilt Democrat Capt Tom Ferrell reports Whit Moodys sale at Kington on lithand 20th of May Stone Walker Administrator Largest crowd since Kirby Smith was there is UK Stock sold well Cattle 25 to 48 mules 3J to 4 cents cows W aged horses 75 to 90 Implements sold at good prices 500 worth of goods brought full retail prices Most success-Â¬ ful sale he has made in two years Cattle breeders of Germany are taking great interest in the live stock feature of the Chicago Exposition Chief Buchan an is receiving many letters of inquiry about regulations for 6how iug breeding cattle J F Sarg of Nussdorf Germany writes that he represents the largest breeders association on the continent the Cattle Breeders Association of Baden and that he intends to send to the Exposition a herd of the celebrated Sim mentlial cattle Â¬ Â¬ RELIGIOUS Rev J I Wills will preach at Speedwell on Sunday next at 11 oclock Rev J O A Vaaght is at Mackville Â¬ Common Pleas Court convened last oclock a in A good represent Monday Judge Julian presiding The of preachers wm on the gnmnd The churches of Kirksville Pond Mt only case tried was that of Julia Barber irinnati Southern railroad for will- Â¬ 11 ram ill Richmond Union Flatwoods Ford Brookatown ful neglect and killing the plaintiffs hus- Â¬ Glade Sjieedwell and Antioch in Madison and Station band Timothy Barber on Nov Camp Whitefield Beaver Pond Mt The court gave peremptory instructions Tabor Witt S H Corinth and Crooked to find for the defendant The amount Creek in Estill were represented W sued for was s4iwm there Ixmi L Crutcher tbe Presidejnt was in the other important rase ready the court adchair After devotional exercises C P journed from Tuesday till next Monday Williamson delivered the Welcome Ad when the lVrmelia Wilmore will I uil dress L H Reynolds being absent W set for trial JV L Crutcher delivered the Response in A man who has practiced nieJicine for the absence of J D Goodloe 40 years ought to know salt from sugar Tbe forenoon was occupied in a read what he sa pointing committees enrolling delt Toledo O Jan 10 1SS7 and tbe reading of the minutes of last GentleCo Messrs F J Cheney meeting with remarks from Toang I have been in the general practice Bailey Benton Williamson and Cun men rears sad weml of rredicii ningham upon co operation work that in all my practice and experience A fternoon Devotional exercises comVisiting have never seen a preparation that I could menced at 2 oclock p m prescribe with as mu la olsuc Q Montgomery Lincoln brethren J - 1 can Halls Catarrh Cure manu Jan Bailey O J Young Jessamine it a great Carroll J H Kennedy Faarriew Oar factured by you Have prescribed many times and its effect is wonderful and rard county J C Waldon Cynthiana would say in conclusion that I cave jet to CunningE V Spicer Lexington find a case of Catarrh that it could not ham J B Jones state Financial Agent cure if they would tule it according to G L Surber of the general work and directions L H Reynolds of Bourbon Yours Truly Walden of Lancaster came in during L L GOBSUCH M D evening the Office 2IJ Summit St The evening was occupied in thi for any c the in of matters peri tarrh that can not lie cured with Halls among tlie destitute spread oil Catarrh Cure Taken internally iu the counties of Estill and Ma CO Props ToledoO F J CHENEY Meeting adjourned at 4 oclock Sold by Druggists 75c l7 May L Saturday Morning J W Prather in the chair at 10 ANNOUNCEMENTS oclock and Jese Waldon of Lincoln conducted the song service Reports of FOR CIKCLIT COURT CLERK churches were called for and read To tlie people Of Mmllson County I elf a candidate for J B Jones delivered an eloquent and the herein announce nty ths Madison Circuit office ot 1 lerk of t lo the anion of the Dcinocnit earnest address on co operative missionrmrly ary work The Chair appointed com- Â¬ ic While It is lriie I have serve In that nl deputy fur tl mittees as follows eral years tins has but the he In r ijiialiflttl M Elliott E V Spicer Resolutions me todlaebarsn ihe Important ami exacting have al- In J D Goodloe Time and Place 11 latin Of tlmy Jutu s As referhow I the Hon I to to - ineniijei- - of the bar htigail- - Juroiv Engle J A Moons E P Benton anl other attendants of oarcourbi I cite W Park you to my previous announcement m lie Nomination of oil and reBpeetfnlly ask my felloweltt Cunningham J W Shepherd mipport as the duties of my office will prevent me from making a thorough a M other business was transacted cam ass as 1 deMre and the meeting adjourned for dinner at aratefaJlr V II MILIKU 1215 oclock There was a bountiful s H THOBPK TK is candidate for supply of provisions of the verv good country can afford for the large to the action of the Democratic party 10 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vice-PresideÂ¬ ADMINISTRATORS STALLIONS SALE CITY LOTS At t oclock p mon the premises we the administrators of Thos S Bronton deceased will On PennsylTaflia By Gen 1433 Â¬ A WORD TO ALi Our stock is complete in all the ven latest Novelties to be seen in the Eastern Cities A large and RECORD 247 ire of Poem Washington LuPresto 221 at a 2a Dam Madelene 224 by zerne 227 Hambletonian 10 2nd dam Nancy Whitman dam of Robert McGregor 2t7l2 by Sceleys American Star 3rd dam Nance dam of Lady Whitman 230 by Durlands Pennsylvania is a Messenger Duroc dark bay 16 hands high black mane and tail and weighs 1250 pdurld Will make the season of 1S91 Friday June AT mond Â¬ 40 TO INSURE A COLT RichÂ¬ landsome Line of Dress Goods Also at my stable at the Fair Gronds Sell to the highest bidder that property King between 3rd and th streets adjoinBRR ing the depot of the R N I consisting of Ky HC 42- TRAYNOR - Agent 25 ELEGANT LOTS Confederate Chief pur- Â¬ both in Patterns and in the Piece our stock of suitable for residence or business Also the poses each 50x140 feet WASH DRESS GOODS complete with all the latest and n beautiful fabrics Dont fail to examine our stock before purchasing and you are certain to be pleased both as to qauality and prices is in Central one acre of into it from Sale will serve Coal - area Kentuckv containing nearly ground with a switch leading said railroad be positive and without re- Standard and Registered 1 No 423 Â¬ One fourth cash balance in TERMS six twelve and eighteen months at six with lien to secure deferred per cent Hire of William Arthur 2if14 Lady ConfedSage Chief 22 34 Sleepy cct Own brother to erate Maiil 329 at Woodford Chiet recorj 222 pavments CJ BRONSTOH S 15RONSTON Mrs T P S Persons desiring to purchase or inspect this property call on G W Evans Son Real Estate Agts Burnam Bldng Richmond Ky 4S 53 ri a 3 e z CONFEDERATE CHIEF is only credited with a record of 241 since he was eariv taken to Canada but he is said He has 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 sire of Croxie 219 and nine others better than 230 also dams of Phallas 213J4 Majolica 215 Wilson 2if14 and ten more better than 230 1st dam VirBilginia dam of Woodford Chief 22 2 Â¬ WHITE F L WARDROPER ALLEN E H 112 W Main St opp Court House WALLACE 2 S y g 3 - t-- ly Touns thoroughbred - 25 to Insure a Hare in Foal Will make season at my Stable in RichHENRY S DUNCAN Agt mond 43 SO C S 3D Tlie flew Planing Rjill THE MADISON COUNTY PLANING MILL WARDROPER WALLACE Proprietors g as ZL 0O2 o6 er B re PILOT WILKES and he by Sired by Bud Crooke 218 the great Jeorge Wilkes who challenges the world to day and without a rival to fountain head of the greatest be the family of trotters that ever lived Pilot Wiikes dun Belle Walker was sired by Dick Turpin by Clark Chief by Mambrino Chief Clark Chief sired the dams of Phallas Wilson by George Wilkes and Majolica 2 13 2 216 a trio of brood mares that has never been equalled by anv other stallion Dick Turpins dam was sired by Doniphan by Day Crocket and out of Ellen bv Pacing Pilot the sire of Pilot Jr who sired the dams of Nutwood Maud S and Jay EeSee Belle Walkers dam was sired by Captain Walker the sire of the dams of Harry Wilkes 21 2 Black Cloud 217 Garfield c JK Bud Crooke the sire of Pilot Wilkes was out of Lizzie Brinker and she the dam of Bud Crooke 218 Lucy Fleming 224 Adjutant 227 Odd Fellow 231 and the Karr filly 246 at 2 years old Si we have condensed in Pilot Wilkes the blood of the best performers that ever lived and I will guarantee him to show as much speed for his opportunities as any colt of his age in Kentuckv Pilot Wilkes will make the season of 1S91 at my stable on the Richmond and Lexington Turnpike about 9 miles from Richmond at Â¬ crowd H Â¬ said in the beginning was ii Why has it Eepablican party endorsed it why Washington county attending District Conference Elder G L Surber of the Christian church will preach at Flat Woods church near Waco on next Sunday at 11 oclock Regular service at the Episcopal church every Sunday morning and evening and every Wednesday evening IMS Regular services at tlie Second Presbyterian church every Sabbath morning and evening and also on each Friday evening Â¬ Â¬ MS The preachers seem to be resting a lit- Â¬ tle in their warfare on the eievil and in the interim have concluded to measure swords with each other Brethren Sweeney and Moody are booked for a debate so are Brethren Fitch and Ken drick and now comes the news that Brethren J W McGarvey and Joseph Young will lock horns in the near future Stick to your pulpits brethren and hunt for the points upon which you agree- ralhei than point out how wide your differences Mt Sterling Advocate Tlie Inion Sunday School Convention for Madison county will Ik held at Mt Pleasant church near Foxtown on Saturday June Ith beginning at 10 a in The of the various districts are requested to be present with their reprts from the Sunday schools of their respective districts These reports are expected to embrace the statistics of their schools All persons of the county who desire to promote the Sunday school work are resiectfully invited to be pres ent Milton Elliott Chmn Program of Sunday School Convention to be held at Christian church near Fox- Â¬ town first Saturday in June beginning at 10 oclock a m Singing Reading of Scriptures in Concert and Prayer Minutes of tbe last meeting Purposes of the Convention by the President Singing Address by Rev Preston Blake Subject Relation of Church Members to the Sunday-school Followed by short speeches by others Singing Address by P D Dodge Subject Clinching the Nails Short speeches Singing Adjournment for lunch one hour Afternoon Music Reports from Districts and Superinten- Â¬ dents Music Address bv Mrs D II Carlock Subject Temjterance in Sunday-school teaching Short speeches Address by Rev B C Hagerman Subject Results of faithful work to pupil teacher church and commuuitv Short remarks Pledges to State work Elec- Â¬ tion of County officers for next year Election of delegates to State Convention at Middlesboro August 25 1891 Benediction All persons are requested to bring their Bibles and Gospel Hymns A mam meeting will be held at night if all circumstances are favorable Elder M Elliott President Vice Presidents James Bennett C M Baker W W West Den- Â¬ nis Zittel John Hamilton Joseph T Jones Newton Hendren Edward Cosby Sidney C Bogie T E Baldw in Secreta- Â¬ ry C D Chenault Treasurer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ - Afternoon Session at 2 oclock and G L Surber offered prayer The committee on time and pla Iorted in favor of Whitefield county as the place of the next 1111 and Fridav before the fourth Day in September lsd as the The committee on Future Work re ported the following which were adopted seriatim That our co operative work in the counties of Estill and Madison be continued and the Fall Meeting Ik- - held with White field formerly known as Sand Hill church in Estill county 2 That we recommend to the churches in the counties that they employ evan gelists to do pastoral work with them and that as far as prae ticeable they lo cate such men in their midst S That meetings for Bible training and tbe celebration of tbe lards Sapper be held every Lord Day whenever practice-able and that the older mem the churches especially be urged to attend the Bible School 4 That our churches be urged operate be artilv and liberally in all our Mieh as county mission enten work state work general work foreign work nud we also commend to their consideration the Church Extension Fund 5 That the churches be immediately canvassed by a sjiesial committee ap Â¬ pointed by each church for that pui to 6ex ure funds to prosecute this work and that Kiid funds be turned over at ones to our Treasurer to be ttsed by the Ex Com as they may deem bent to car ry on the work of missions in Madison and Estill counties and vv said committee that the larger part of the funds so raised lie expended for the year in Estill count v Â¬ Â¬ J Io KM of Speedwell Is a eandi for Circuit Court Clerk of Mil lo tlie action of Hie Lemo party 1 l r - - 34Uy5S v i yv aEBfnnasn - I 6b I ft I i a3x re c Is now thoroughly adjusted and in excellent runniii turning out unexcelled work EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MILL WORK DONE TO ORDER -- c 3 O re Z r r SUCH AS- - Ik 0 rs M Z Doors ash Blinds Mouldings Lath Shingles Hough and Dressed Lumber c re -- 2 co al ENJOYS Both the method and results when OIVJ3 Syrup of Figs ia taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts fently yet promptly on the Kidneys and Bowels cleanses the sysÂ¬ Â¬ 3 o C5 S i 3 S re Our mill is immediately on the K C Railroad near Use and communicates by switch running into our yard OS sw 2 Ti s s m re re tem effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to tlie taste and ac- ceptable to the stomach prompt in it action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ r- - S j 2 - ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY WE ARE ALSO FILLED re sag IP 50 C2 s 5- - 5 - 3 Xj 39 CONTRACTORS 41- -C re v AND v BUILDERS it 15 To Insure a Living Colt - c 6 J Monev due when colt is foaled or mare parted with 44 5c If you have a houe to build give us a chance at CLIFTON BURGIN WARDROPHR WALLACE a Brownmont 1905 RICHMOND PLUMBING CO TANnARl AND ItKH 1ST1HED CHICKEN Â¬ Dark brown Stallion 16 hands high foal lired by W T ed May 22 1SS0 Withers Lexington Kv Â¬ Cholera Cure 1 Sired is y 2 lment bjr 33- - Second Street next to Garneit House Richmond Ky substitute lnm CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP SN FDASCtSCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY CO Hf NEW YORK iliini Esletta I dan Mary How 5 fhim tl T ltm Eagle by Munihrlnn Chief 1L Zenith i by by by Urey Kagle Â¬ ium diiiu Inp KobtnUrry Mestay Sanitary Plumbers Steam WE CARRY A ail Has Fitters ImJmaa Â¬ -- Sunday school has teen organized at tbe E church South here with Mr J P Wall Superintendent A large crowd attended last Sunday Died at his home in Athens Ky on May 4 1891 William Pjwell in the 72d year of his age Interment in the Win chester cemetery- - He leaves a wifo and six children to mourn lis loss He had long been a member of tlie Baptist church Was a brother-in-lao Mrs Cassie Dor ham of this place Died at the home of her father Ivan Wooseley en May 20 KJ1 Mrs Nannie Kirby in the 21st year of her age She leaves a husband and one child about 7 or 8 months old to moor a her loss Funeral took place on Thursday following at the Methodist church here conducted by Revs J I Wills and Henry Brock There was a very large procenion and an im- Â¬ mense number of wreetbs boquets cross- Â¬ es dec of flowers wlich were used as decoration essary expenditures provid all needed Asleep in Jeans blewed sleep From which none erer wakes to weep rerenne cheapen what we uy and open A calm and undisturbed repose the markets of the world to the products of oar farms and factories Unbroken bv the last of foes miring the fact that the ed States is the greatest CONCERNING FARMERS eonntry in the woihi an that geld and silver were equally money In Mercer county raule colts are being Couatitntaon from tbe beginning of engaged for Ortolier delivery at r5 to 60 and frauduJ W Ballard and T J Curtis have reÂ¬ r an party turned from the vie nity of Louisville lent legisbt ion silver which uadtly contracted where they bought several jacks and rculating medium of the country jennets and feeling that the greet nterests of the Jno A Thompson sold one thousand people demand more money for nee in the lambs to Joe Turlcy to be de livered from channels of trade and commerce we tenÂ¬ the 5th of June to lit of July at 5Jc der our gratitude to the Democrats in tbe Mt Sterling Advocate last Congress for their aim sat unanimous A mare owned by Robt Asher a farmth houses in faor of the free er living near Londco dropped twin colts coinage of silver and demand its restora last week One is a horse colt and the theposition of equality before the other is a male colt y our falters Capt Tom Ferrel reportasale of Squire sent for the considera- the people of thelind the coarse Iarrish tract of 87 acres of land near pablicnn Congresa which by its Red Houw part of the Wesley Iarrish farm to B C Hackett Price2505 as profligate and rubious expendi In Boyle county some 550 pound year Â¬ lic money has in two rears re than l ling cattle sold at S oei the sur uanderei pound attars sold w 2 A M Â¬ w 1 ailver-pro-duci- uj Â¬ clare their unfaultering devotion to the iples of public policy which make arty maintaining them a national in progress and as popular in iipirit as it was when founded by Jeffersoa nd We congratulate tl e country tliat the elections of the peat year give of the abundant promise of the Republican jrty and the final and com- Â¬ plete restoration to the people of the con eral Government Third We insist that tariT reform is iramout issue befoie thtt American le and denounce the McKinley bill most outrageous me lire of taxa- Â¬ tion ever iroosed in tbe American Con- Â¬ gress It has increased the burdens al too great upon the necessaries of life and reduce tax es on hxuries that ost able to bear them It lias made existence liarder for every farmer and wage earner in the land in order that runts of the monopolies and trusts reased It robs tlie many to Jew and does mit open tbe rket for a single bushel o wheat or a In oontrst with jgle barrel of jwrrk ir Cleveland and DOYLESVILE Born to May 12th the wife of J R White a son On Wednesday evening the protract- Â¬ Â¬ gH Â¬ ed meeting at the Christian church in Lancaster which had been under head way for two weeks and two days was brought to a close The interest that developed at the first meeting was unabat Â¬ ed and at the closing service there were two confessions and a crowded house Tbe immediate result of this wonderful meeting will be ninety four additions to the congregation eighty one by con fession and baptism The remainder were reclaimed on confession received on letters from other denominations of like faith and from other church organizations We have leen told that it is tlie most remarkable meeting the town has ever known Tlie field was ripe for tbe harvest and the in gathering was the natural result Eld J C Frank the devoted jiastor of the church had prepared it by his laborious and faithful work of over two vears and it only needed an Evangelist like Wallace Tharp full of fire and enthusiasm to arouse the people to action He came to our town a stranger known only to one family and he left it on yesterday taking with him the hearts of the peo ple of the entire community irrespect- Â¬ ive of denominational bias for his work while it will result naturally in the greatest good to his own church will benefit likewise all good people who un selfishly desire the salvation of immortal souls and the spiritual and ennobling influences of practical religion extended in the community in which they live Lancatter ItecortL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tbe committee on Resolutions rej tbe following which were adopt Whei kas Since our L T S Bronoton one of the original the idea of our Oo operatire Wui been called to his final rest Bashed That in his death we have lost one of our most zealous worker one who gave to our work n ously both of his time and meair that this resolution lie spread ujion the minutes a copy be furnished the family of our deceased brother by the Secreta Â¬ ry 2 That we tender our thanks to Bra J 15 Jones our State Evangelist for his iute rest in our work manifested by his presence and his able address in advo- Â¬ cacy of organized co operation missionary work 3 That we cordially thank the brethren and friends of Mt Zion and vicinity for the kind reception of the del and visitors to this Convention into their hospitality and homes Xear the closing hour of the Convention there was an interesting event Tin aged widow of the late A Campbell was of which a majority present the people present were iu ignorance many supiosing Tne Secretary knowing this had arranged to have her introduced to the audi ance by C P Williamson He did so in a happy little speech spmking of the grat work of preachers and their wives wpecially that of A Campbell and the pleasure it afforded him to introduce the companion and sharer in the life work of the founder of our reformative movement He then helped mother Campbell upon the platform and although she bad decided to say nothing her heart was too full and she broke forth in invocation of blessing upon the Convention and exhortation to faithful- Â¬ ness in the Lords work and searching out the rich treasures of his word Every heart was touched and gratified and all felt that this event alone was worth all the trouble of attending the meeting 1 must here say that Sister B C Hagerman with whom she is staying for a while her granddaughter informs me that although in her 89th year mother Campbell is as much in current ere remembers them as well SI attended the church at a seven or eight miles relun in ihe tended church in the city without much fatigue serration of mind and ble If I understand c remain at Bro liagenn Hill about a month After attending to some ot the meeting adjourned at 4 oci y E P Bi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The rule ot Water Works Company in case of parlies desiring to take water is they reserve the right to run to the curbAll oilier work such ing at the sidewalk as Hydrants Street Washers Pipes Bath Tubs Water Closets c- Is left to the owner to give to the Plumbei he desires and as I am a Practical Plumber of 20 years cNpeiience and intend to carry on the Plumbing lusines in Richmond it y ill bt to the advantage ot partiefc dctiring to take water or gas to call and see my line of Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents botde is enough for It is guarone hundred chickens anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Â¬ Â¬ satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded FOR SALIC BY Hydrants Brooks Middelton Ilos se Ke eds and kinds of PIPK Streti Washers HATH TUBS II kinJs oi STRICTLY PUEE PIT Paint Â¬ WATER CL r cost CHANDELIER I will charge a reasonably low price to hang them thereby saving parties desiring Gas Fixtuies half the cost I I1Y ALL WILL WARRANT DRANTS AND HOSK TO GIVE SATISFACTION We call the attention of Painters and everybody to our celebrated and perfect disposition Almont 33 the sire of Brownmont is by INCLLDING Alexanders Abdallah and he by Rysdik s 10 Hambletonian 1 dam hy Mamhriuo Chief Globes Rubber Tubing 4c Chandeliers hy Piht Jr 2 duin thirty seven in the 230 He is the sire of li t including Westmont 213 Puritan BATLL TUBS AND 0L06XT8 216 Fanny Witherspoon 216 4 Piedmont and Early Rose 2 17 4 Aldine 210 JENKLVS GLOBE VALVES best made and grand sire of Belle Hamlin 220V 2124 He is the sire of 31 mares that SYPHONS AND DtSPISATO have produced 36 performers including Winslow Wilkes 2l4lj Alabaster 4 HOT WATEK BOIL years old 215 J B Richardson 217 Silas Skinner Catchtty 2i8J 219 Treasurer 220 and thirty others He Small Hydrants and Hose for Yard and prinkling has 57 sons that have sired 167 performers In all there are 31S 230 performers descended from Almont BROWN MONTS istdam is by Mam You need not go to Cincinnati or other places for your fixtures tor we carry a brino Chief the head of the greatest brood mare family in the world We full stock of the latest designs Our work is done by men who are just from Phils thus find in the veins of Brownmont the ilelphia till all demands Mill supplies blood of Hambletonian Mambrino Chief and Pilot Jr backed up by a strong inCO fusion of thoroughbred BROWNMONT has been in Georgia Ltin Plumbers to Richmond Water 33 since he was three years old and has had no track work and no chance in the stud G In Kentucky he should make a great stock horse BROWNMONT will make the present season at my stables 2 miles from Paint Lick and 2 miles from Silver Creek at HIS HORSE is without a vice and a I las never been train- sure foal getter J vet can show a merry clip like Midway lriil 22 and Aladdin his full brother he shows the heavy mane and tail of Mambi ino and is an ideal prize w inner Shoi t tine back nine corded legs r -- FLLL LINE OF- - Gas Fixtures of Every Description Brackets Stanards Street RICIIMOND PLUMBING DR G W EVANS W EVANS JR Pure - Ready - Mixed - 20 to Insure a Mare in foal 41 2 GWEvans IGEillS Jon under any expense Doing the work mySelf and not being I will guarantee my bill to be reasonably low which we sell under the following posiWe guarantee our Ready tive guarantee Miv d Paints when properly applied to a good surface not to crack chalk or peel and to give perfect satisfaction as a first class paint and if after three years wear it fails to meet the above requirements we agree to furnish paint free of charge to repaint huidini THE I LMANN PHILPOTT MTU CO Not responsible for accidents J P EMBRY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTORS KING RICHARD and sire of high priced horses will make the season of 1S91 at the stable of S H Stone on Big Hill pike one mile from Richmond at RICHMOND KY This great individual JOHN M j PJFFE ti ALEXANDERS - liOTEL full stock of these paints on hand arid for sale by W C FITZPATRICK 4S 2i J6A Seventh and Market Streets Louisville Will O - Kentucky dav MaajCM REMOVAL - jnd re- Having hold out our cntiie inter re the hotel on leflerson rtri I have moved my Blacksmith my new building on Third street and have Ud wuh me Mr A D Smith and Election w ith n ir will do all kiiiLf colt is foaled KING RICHARD was sired by Old Peavine his dam Pharos by Imported 3rd dam Shop to Phaeton 2nd dam by Glencoe Buy sell and exchange Real Estate and give attention to the Roil Estate and general collection business in all of its details Money due when mare is parted with or List your property at oncefor February catalouge bred to another horse otherwise when 20 to Insure a Living Colt h and up in nd the out r and im- Carrigo Repairing Painting rrim- - aing cc promptly umber I have stock Let all of our fgjr us a liial Third by Woodford King Richard is a model horse with He is a beautiful perfect disposition chestnrii 16 hands high weighes 1250 and imparts a great deal of finish to his colts He out classes any horse we have ever seen as a uniform sire of high priced A an in- 1 out of ordiniry marcs al he has lew equals as a sire He has made a record that urnss s any of his class STONE ARBUCKLE 44 Paris Its Manufacturing d Col Stcrag Company sHssBsBMBSdrr JCOLP STORAGE CQtjg 4 conw id in the land North Sn S L MIDK1 to be wan all her lady friends see them and give n Store House for Sale We offer for sale privately the two story brick store hcuse No 210 formerly occupied by T S Bronston at pr w lurner occu It not sold will offer it at public sale privately Sleai Mr ai for Sale PRINCIPAL OFFICES PARIS KY RICHMOND OFFICE DEPOT J S CO OIEHATIOX MBKTiSO Littles llaruor Shop Removed George T Little has removed his ber shop dawn street to th ly occupied Faro 0fi JPer Day JO B ALEXANDER bar- Â¬ sa First class Thrasher with 12 horse traction Engine and 36 inch reparator In good repair Terms easy JOHN GRADY i3- KYM BRANCH - Kirlcsvilie 11 Ky The Christian churches of the coun ties of Madison and E t by SaneV BALED HAY is hi isiiisiii On Friday June 12th 1891 A afftwr V ht In tfclr ow bow to r m iBra IkfMIt psnM ofeUift d Mst WrtM who ioi will work njwJoTriw lyt 1 hr TlMONsW PwINw ft Is call piicuUsj it am swmtfcalMMasM Wc fcfcev THOROUGH A iCfUumjjLM Mt mm Tt WKns MSTRUCTm II BOet KEETOW SMMT rrC ETC AT TM MHNT s JTRATTOI MSWIM TMHB MD Jr iLli MiMiw- J BLOUNTS GROCERY Box 1H Amx FKEC m AtMmittawta ftte7 TtlEWAMT JJJ J i- I THE CLIMAX Velaesl y glorhiw1 Areand the World ia Ki lity Minutes On Friday and Saturday evcnii Court-hous- - ANOTHER Â¬ BIO HUE Hay rain Monday 27 1891 Evenbody want lie the ilyndoa rebuilt anJ to read the religious column in AX- - Kindergarten Conccrtat Court house tomorrow night Such an The Glyndou will be rebuilt ornaineWi dbbbobiii aim enterprise can- The delightful Dot fail his PoatG AKwillsend a aaVnatiaa to College Hill Saturday to Proration Day Uke part i 1 advertisenitiit of the s like druggist A G Woods who tint of tie lire never lost a d Kcad the eolumn J K Willis broke the small bone of above the ank e Satur day morning but is driving around all for C L Searcy for the Mat v Deae iture cornea from edwell but too lafcs for jiiib ek tertainments w ll fit of the rectory of t pal elnmb Tlie Irat evening will consist mainly of I views encircling the earth and Around the World in Eighty Minutes They embrace a ship at Baa Blainey Castle the Giants Causewav ee Abbey Parliament building West Minister Abbey Winlsor C Notre Dame Church Aix la Chapelle Cuter den Linden St Peters at Home etc Statuary and comic pictures will 1h interspersed lantern has been secured for the occasion The tickets were printed for Thnrsdny and Friday but upon learning that Miss Hood a Kinder Garten exhibition was fixed for Thurslay night Saturday was ehoaea instead but the tickets will be JixkI for Saturday night Let everybody turn out and help the good cause while enjoying a good enter tainment Tickets at Brooks t Middeltons Â¬ Â¬ Kichmond en Uiihmonds be gvm for Uie bene Â¬ in Handsomest Away Corner Swept Hotel tilyndon to be Ueumlt At a meeting of the bond holders of a tha sjKaking by Col Ca- at linMiusion scnooi noi on Kri- - Hotel tilyndon Co and the citizens of 2 oclock conc rning the Richmond held at the Court house on Monday afternoon Gov James B Mc Ktil Hon and Brookstown turnpike Creary was called to the chair and H Heady Mr late of Hantaan French Tipton chosen Secretary rly of Ghent Ky jrrive1 on Chairman stated that the object of reading law wit j Crmike the meeting vis to take steps towards regnd Cobb at their office on Fi t street i i Â¬ - -- moke-houso in- - as burned night near Do les ville ilue on i- Carinichael of the Frankie reland barinY shop and M ss Fannie f alder of B street will be married to- i morning at 5 oclock Mr B W Eatill of Paris wash arrbr and endeavored to get u a game t the boys were afraid to liiiu He has defeatel the cbam- tinente and thats why things arc which ton Thorpe Jr aid family nil to town and are now occu- the Kstill residence recently va by Mr II B Dillingham The ad to the C D Chenault M Ioribioi Pleas Court The regular June term of the Madison Court will convene next Scott presiding - a larger iminler of recent term has bad but I great i nportance ir 134 old equity caej 24 new cam and 72 jury cases making 210 in all Warmly A Dressed lady in this county wears much rdinary amount of cloth- A suit over ton flannel si it covered andti alien or other dk usual an ount she level headed woman an 1 is not lot- j any wild theory lat simply wearing such clothing as makes her m her At tbf 014 Stand r ii Ik- Smith ei caed from and as her bouse- - did found at the old re not k H Fanners National damaged as removed early and with going right aloe jened - now occupies a part is a drug atom tin Our Ik vs r gentleman in the sub nolaavflle Journal is and the Other was ntral University The At i meeting of etock- ujiine County Fair on fiatnrday May 13th ecting officers for the J Einhrv ws elei ted its 11 Jewell is Vice-Irs- I 1 M Again trid Chenniilt Sr the grippe titer several during which i out several t I Friday Be th a buck horn hiikorv cane iiidlather Hev ivil Clien- rhe naaiat Chenault rii Baptist Church ver in this county ray this iaaboaa the or the annual loot-was- Omral nierity Commeacenrnt day morning June 7th baccalau- I night June 7th niirlit s rtnon to Y June Nth er of luisvilic Hon address to Boyd Win The engine was stationed at the big cistern crossing of Main and Second streets and two lines of hose were soon playing on the ruins with great force During the fire burniug fragments etc fell on many houses and set them afire J Stone Walker James Bennett C D but careful watching and a little water Chenault C 1 Barman T D Chenault extinguished them Wm Arnold Cot T S Moberlcy New the cistern was exhausted and land Jones and othcrsall expressed regret the engine was moved up to the Chris- Â¬ at tin the hotel and signified tian church w here another cistern was their willingness to take stock in the new emptied By this time the fire was out company In fact the meeting was solid and the tired workers and watchers went for the new hotel while the unfortunates who were A committee to prepare and open sul burned out or removed set about secur - appointed scription to wit ing other houses and gathering together James Bennett G W Ivans J Stone their badly scattered and damaged Walker C s Powell Sam Bice CD goods and effects No knowledge ex Chenault II K Burnam J A Sullivan to the origin of the fire but there W L Crutcher and J K ireenleaf are numerous surmises Nothing points After a resolution asking the City to incendiarism Council to consider the question of pur LOSSES chasing a steam Breengine or Richmond The total loss reaches JNOOOO oble again the meeting adjourn The original contract for the hotel at 4 oclock on Friday afternoon building was i5000 but by changes additions extras etc the entireeost ex PERSONAL clusive of the lot was nearly 40000 The hotel Dr Clarence Viught iva- - in Louisville The insurance was 20000 was opened September 188s and at the last week time of burning was under the manage Rev T P Dudley is now at Thar Co Hay Bros ment of J B Willis Wisconsin being the Company and tlu y OKI lied an Mr Jam Leaveworth Kan- not sufficient to se insurance visiting his brother S II Stone cure them and Mr Williss individual property was not insured Mrs Fugenia Hume entertained a con Joe Maekey removed the contents of siderable huihIkt of lady friends Wed his barber shop without damage ly evening to meet Mrs Lucy A ti Woods druggist lost JoOO Shields of Columbia Mo above his insurance Mrs Mollis Ciider of Kansas City The Collins Furniture Co lost 1500 Mo and children are visiting her broth- Â¬ above insurance er Mr N B Dcathcrage Her husband The Western Union Telegraph office came with her but has returned removed without The Burnam A Chenault building ws Mrs liossir Miller Hon is at Wythe ville Ya for a few weeks engaged in built at the same time that the hotel preparing a commencement program for was and consisted of two storehouses 14000 young ladies at that with offices above and cost the famoii- They had SOOOO insurance Covington iV Mitchell clothiers and ver Sun Mr K i Pan merchant tailors removed their stock m Commercial Col- day from but were damaged 4000 Fully insured Lexington lie is progn i F Weckesser Co confectioners sautly and will soon Ik- an accom hand writer and lost 500 above insurance plished accountant short Dr A K Aultz lost probably 400 performer on the type writer worth of liooks etc Insured Mr M L Warne of Kaston Pa has Moberley removed the con- Â¬ Smith been in Richmond the past week He tents of their law office without loss owns the stallion Cltimus by Bysdyka Dr ti W Evans and Evans Son Hanibletuniau at our Fair eronnds The real estate agents removed without loss horse ia in possession of young Denny A K Burnam Collector of the 8th who Mr Warne says appreciates the Internal Revenue District removed with- Â¬ fine qualities of the home and is hand out loss ling him well Mr Warne owns a large The Odd Fellows Lodge in the third paper mill and has an office in the city story lost 500 Insured He likes Kentucky and of New York The above concludes the list of occu- Â¬ ially Kichmond and Madison coim- - pants of the hotel and Revenue build- Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l - building the handsome Hotel tilyndon which was burned on last Friday A K Burnam stated that the hotel was built by a bond company at a cost of 10 including the lot which That owing to extra additions and expenses the dividends had not Ken only 2J per cent but at the time of burning the property was iu such shape that a gixjd interest on the investment would have resulted He objected how Â¬ ever to the bond plan and said be favored and iu fact the ineorjrorators had held a meeting and and decided to go into liquidation and instead form a Btoek Company ti nimlui the lot includ- Â¬ ing brick stone cVc to the new com Â¬ pany and said he would take as much stock as anybodj Dr Wanton spoke in favor of the movement II R Burnam said be hod been treas urer for two years and knew that the Ixnds would soon have bean valuable as the rents far exceed interest repairs I Â¬ Richmond has few fires but they sre usually serious ones and the last was by no means an exception to the rule It was 4 oclock Friday afternoon Hotel Glyndon one of the finest in Ken- Â¬ tucky was discovered burning in the roof of the rear portion and entirely be yond the reach of the chemical engines and bucket brigade Total destruction w as the opinion of every one from the first and such regretful feelings from a fire w ere never produced in Richmond Ik i ause of the double fear that there might not soon lie an end to the out- Â¬ break owing to an absence of water and Aceedinglv dry condition of adjacent houses aud that the costly and popular buildings might not soon lie rebuilt As the fine three story building of Bur nam Chenault was closely connected with the hotel by roof and otherwise it mast as a matter of course share the fate of the tilyndon But the slate roof and the brick walls held the flames back and three hours elapsed liefore the fire subsided and was considered under control The high fire wall next to the de stroyed buildings stood nobly against the great pressors and a dozen resolute men on top of Covington Arnold lros two story house fought the fire away while a hundred or more worked in the rear and kept the flames from entering at that point All eyes were now on the protecting wall Should it fall the fire would pro- Â¬ ceed ami perhaps lives would be lost At this critical moment while the fire in the cauldron like basement of the nearer lost building boiled and fumed apparently enraged at the obstruction and while volumes of smoke issued from the windows of the second storj where nearly 40000 iounds of wool were stored and the bursting forth of names would have been no surprise the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WINCHESTER FIhE DEPARTMENT arrived and went to work with a will and effectiveness that increased the cheering with which thev were ster House and the National Hotel was Kentucky Central shops will hereafter consumed with a loss of probably 100 be done at the shops of the Louisville 000 and Nashville road at Louisville In 1854 the opposite quare on Main street the same that was partiallv destoy Judge Boyd refused to allow the jailor ed on Friday was totally destroyed with of Whitley any fees for dieting prisoners a loss of 50000 or 60000 he negligently permitted to escape and Thus in less than forty years Rich the jailor appealed to the Superior Court mond has suffered in big fires to the ex- which by a majority decision says he tent of 500000 cannot thus be convicted of misfeasance in office no proof appearing in the record WHITHER THEY HAVE GONE that he had been guilty of it The Glyndon proprietors have stored Mrs Bessie McGoodwin and daughter their things in various place and Mr Willis and family are at the Lyman place Miss Lula of Danville left Monday for Joe Maekey has located his barber New York They will sail from that shop up stairs over his former stand on point for Europe the latter part of the month They will go direct to Germany Main street The Western Union operator can now and after remaining in that country for a few weeks will visit Switzerland and be found at the K C depot A G Woods has re opened his drug Italy and a great portion of their time store in the house that was occupied by will be spent in France They expect to remain abroad about two years during M J Hill and Miss Smith The Collins Furniture Company can which time they w ill vist all the principal be found on the opposite side of Main cities of Europe Danville l street where they kept before going to The oldest person in Grant county is the Glvndon Mrs Nancy Franks who is now in her F Weckesser Co now occupy the one hundredth year She was born in house out of which B W Turner re-Â¬ Orange county Virginia April 1702 and moved Turner has taken the Crooke emigrated to Kentucky with her paretUB store house on the corner and Kelly when eight years old and settled in Faylias gone into the house next to the peat ette county near the Scott county line office now- being vacated by P M pope She moved to Grant county when sixteen Covington it Mitchell crossed over to years old and met the Luxon store house next door to Franks they were her husband Win married and raised a their former place of business family of eight children six sons and two Collector Burnam has located the daughters six of whom are still living Revenue office over the clothing house of Her grand children and great grand chilVaries Sehrllield it Co dren are numltercd by the score and her Dr Aultz is at present offieing with great great grand children have grown up Dr Jennings down near the Second to call her blessed Sbe lives at her old National Bank homestead with her oldest and only liv- Â¬ Dr Evans and his desk put in a good ing daughter Mrs Polly Peach Her day Saturday in the Court house portico strength and mind havealmost failed her since which they have had no fixed but her appetite and general health are place of abode good She will live to sec her one hun Smith Moberley have taken Col dredth birthday ffSZMMUtown Cbniiu Capertons office on First street and he Doctors Cottell Goodman and Howard and W R Shackelford are over the Rich of Louisville have finally settled the mond National Rank The Odd Fellows Knights of Pythias cause of the death of the eight persons Knights of Honor and Carpenters and who attended the Snooks HetT wedding feast near that city recently It was the Joiners are in old Odd Fellows Hall Those not already mentioned are back ptomaine of ehieken cholera infected in their old stands and are thankful for fowls having been used at the nuptial feast They examined the stomach of the privilege thereof Mrs Guthrie one of the victims and porREMARKS tions of the food At the beginning of The fire was not so hot and otherw isc the investigation it was ascertained that terrible as the one on the same ground the chickens and turkeys on the Ilerr nearly four years ago but was more de- farm were suffering with cholera abottt structive the time of the wedding n the day beThe Winchester Fire Department have fore the wedding several fowls had died the undivided thanks of the entire town of the disease A servant was on this and were dined at iiunchiglianis day instructed to kill a turkey gobbler A Mr Hunter at Runyons Grove aud prepare it tor the feast of the followthree miles East of Richmond saw a ing day When the servant went to the burnt fragment of an enveloie fall from barv yard she found the gobbler dead the sky and found it addressed to Col- She then took a turkey hen which showed lector A It Burnam He knew that evidence of being affected by the disease Richmond must lie on fire and that The fowl was killed picked and placed iu a pot Several were then nerved in a sini Revenue building was in it It was clearly demonstrated that not ilai manuer After cleaning one of the more than four people in a hundred fowls the servant discovered that the flesh of one of its legs was black and also have any sense at a fire A man saw a large piece of paper fall that other parts of the body showed signs of disease Instead of throwing away the from the sky near Union City George Wt atherford who occupies a diseased fowls the cook simply cut off the room opposite the Glyndon caught the leg and the other discolored parts of the first streetcar after the alarm was given fowl and placed the rest in the pot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wwdside Farm Mr ClarenceS Bate of Harrods Creek sends the following Your trial Lot of Quinns Ointmtnt has pleased me won- Â¬ derfully I used it to remove incipient fis tula of Wither This is the onirvnaJ exprwsion oi those who are using Qninns Ointment it The Ladies Delighted The Pleasant effect and the perfect safe ty with which ladies may use the liquid fruit laxative Syrup ot Figs under ail conditions make it their favorite remedy It is pleasing to the eye and to the taste rentle yet effectual in acting on the kidneys liver and bowels Coke For Sale mBJSniTrBjpa7diTSjr r s rrrJJ m m eb wi a ithj s m a m m nt sra A t G i WOODS FORMERLY HH THE NiV GROCERY i Prescription Druggist -- i STAPLE AM l An excellent quality of coke for sale at the new gas works Price I2jc M N DRIGGARS Supt oRichmond Water and Right Co - m Emu n Now te to iras Eta ixr lea tream By the gallon or any large quant tv for families or parties Rest cream at rea sonable prices Joe GtvwcwtearUAWt 4V Me removed to RACKET STORE twceii Farmers National Hans ellord and Gentrys Hardware LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CANNED GOODS NEW ADVERTISEMENTS LIST OF LETTERS Remain ng unclaimed in the Post Ofttcc at Richmond Ky for lac week en ting May 26th 1S01 Allen C M Skiptiin Charles Brnks Joseph Kirj Annie Augusts I5en Lancaster Dora Bly Maud Miller C M Chambers Harrison Million A Carpenter Nannie McKemy Henry Clark Annie Nolden Mndc Cox Mary Jane Parkrs Gilbert Dover Mandy Paries Annie Evans Allice Park J M Elliott Frank 2 matnc Rrmina Ellis Tom Smith B B Fee Richard Smith M II Garrison D T Smith llalic Henderson James Trainer W H Hill Lata II P White JeaT Hood Iucv II While Jacks Post Office hours from 6 a SB to 7 p m Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a m to n p in W A POWER vM iWEWEREIXir 1 FIELD SEEDS Buy rrrJ That is in the Bit Hotel Glyndon Fire were first out of it we moved in a hurry and SLIGHTLY soiled a preat many Ic tt goods al right but wrap Insnrance Company paid us for wi can - the L SI STrril At a Bargain Come and see what yon can find what Gel prices you nen It will pay yon COME ami SE HSRHDC maaiHs k We - Invite - Especially -- ths - Farmers gji We are crowded for room Need badly and will seil goods to gel it Will make it to your interest to trade with us If vou need JLCOLEYCO Staple 0 Fancy Articles of Incorporation De- Â¬ cf tlie Richmond Coal Iron and velopment Company that the in dersined Geo ellen Davits Stephen I m Â¬ Staps Braskes SUlionerj Pcffumerj Ac GROCERS and B Article i Be it known to al men S Moore Lew larrish A J Reed Wm G White and W W Ma on have associated themselves together as incorporators and for themselves their asso ciates and successors have formed a cor- Â¬ poration under Chapter 56 of the General Statutes of Kentucky and the amendments thereto which corporation shall be known as and named THE RICHMOND COAL IRON AND DEVELOPMENT COMIWNV we have what you want and goods worth the money To eloae out onr line of Hi Grade Spectacles we will sell them to you m HJrS below wholesale cost ivy HrrrH DONT FOEGET the PLACE Come and look and you may ti tiling you need Take pleasure in showing and pricing oods We were the Withe jreat lire first out ot it the the lirt to have our lot first to open up for bnsincs nothing except prices and insurance New Firm New Goods pa 1M OprtdSpUmbr Uind and moved his effects to the outskirts of town White ashes resembliug coarse sand fell far lieyond the town limits covering housetops and fences like unto a small frost Commissioner J R Burnam had re- Â¬ moved his ofhee from the Revenue Building to his fathers office on First street a few days before the lire A lady rushed up town after the fire was over said her house was on fire and asked several men to go put it out There was not a spark of fire about the house and had not been Everybody wants the hotel and other building rebuilt The chemical engines fought nobly but labored under about the same disad vantage as a one legged man in a footrace Everybody was sorry that the waterworks were so near completion and vet could not take a hand in the fight as one hose attached to the plug on the comer would have knocked the fire out in five minutes One man was seen to throw a chair out the thin story window and a mattress out after it It never occurred to him to throw the mattress out first An apparently calm individual was seen two squares away with a fragment of French plate glass two or three feet long and a foot wide on his shoulder seeking a place of safety while thous ands of dollars w orth of goods lay in close proximity to the fire Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mVJuP2 2 S y May 22 91 DIED ings June lth class day exc night June t l oratorical for medal -- lay June 10th commencc- - llCIt Waco Spreading Mr V B Zittl mm here Monday and d with the Three Fo ks agent to several cars on the side track at erday to lx naiad with atonw-Tho aim tints was r day and Mr Zi lei is the first laylor set fifteen men to work Saturday on a jwUery plaut at the tal11 and will lose no banc in getting it ration They are live young man i however warm the weather may get on t find any flies on them far Ssptriatendent to our leport of the BepsMkmi Convenaon hell at Uajngma it w ill be seei that Prof I iKKige of Berea Collegj this county k nominated for Superintendent of Pnblic Instruction He is a good man would make an excellent officer wt we fear that the col 1 steel gentle Mr Fxl Porter Thompson of en formerly of the Orphan interpose suci a serious ob n that Prof Dodge will shy just the projectile is about to come his 11 Referring to the daughters of the next nior John Young Brown the Iju When they sppsar isvilleTin per farce of their fathers position in public they w ill become famed for their percustomhry for newspa sonal beauty It I beautiful the wives and daughters of prominent men sometimes with little justification for so doing but here is a prediction that the society people and newspapei correspondents will go raving mad over John Young Browns daughters when they make their appearance at the State Capital All are distinctly of the blonde tyc and arc somewhere in the happy state between girlish days and young womanhood Â¬ Â¬ HORSE NOTES Kingman won tlie Isrhmis Derby Dr L Hcrr the noted turfman died at his home near Lexington Wednesday after an illness of several months A few weeks ago he united with the Kpi- church Deceased was 70 years of age and had been troubled with enlargement of the liver for six years Be left two sous and four grandchildren Capt Shuck Whittaker came in Satur day night with some 20 head of horses that he has shipped from Thomasville Ga to summer on grass in this county He did not find the usual market he - for his livery stock this sprin he is compelled to carry them over till winter He is in the habit of buying in the fall and selling out in the spring but custom as his could not folio to sacrifice was mod Badge Wav lnrendiary Fit A mnt 4 oclock on last Friday morning oog distressing howl of a locomotive in this place awoke ns and set them to won But soon tin ned the cause A thoughtful rineer had seen a blase shoot up and was a fire The private stable of C T Wells was burning and soon was umed with th ee mules two aes two calves a revolving ha nder and other artic es Mr 8 soon at the fire but could do ig The groans of the atimals were dis-i TH LUMH iiug genius of the liasviUe 1 lemocrat thus refers to the v of thai fun oi Saturday nights town terrific explosions were heard alout r was the deed o an incendiary was only a sma 1 insurai otbei to ti - bombs had led by unknown persons Oi the crack of doom is sup Â¬ posed to go when the Doom Cracker e button The oflici ing an eye witness n re - iffsnerjL at K Covington Arnold grocers Bro lost 0000 by removal and on their wool covered by insurance Shackelford Gentry hardware lost slightly by removal insured ML J Hill the Racket Store had only 000 worth of goods and no insurHe lost nearly every thing by re- Â¬ ance moval as the breakage stealage and damage were great In fact Mr Hill is the only man seriously hurt as he has nothing else He will leave Richmond and go on the road Mi s Mary Spencer Smith milliner removed her goods with care and lost nothing Brutus W Turner came next and sorely erplexed for he had more than 20000 worth of dry goods and To move or iiKXi insurance not to move was the question When he did ofeii up to the eager crowd his goods went as if in a whirlwind and many of them continue to whirl to the loss of about 4000 John G Taylor was next in line but escaped with slight loss W L Farley removed his extensive gnxery stock into his back yard but lost by breakage and Otherwise probKniphts sf Pythias ably ma The insurance agencies whose policies White Ledge No 43 K of P will meet Powell to night in Ironstons Hall at 8 oclock cover the losses are as follows Hume All members are Burnam Turley Old Lodge Room 20400 ireenleaf A Crooke earnestly requested to lie present impor- Â¬ ii Chenault Frazee 1000 tant business to be transacted C R Tudor C C II does not follow that all the aliove will be piid out for in a number of in NEWS P ANAGRAPHS urance greatly exceeded the loss In Fayette county A S Wasson was E HUES appointed County Judge to succeed Judge This same corner was burned out in P P Johnson resigned ireens Opera House New The Tarr Bros have purchased the iiggs livtrj stable Cov brick ware room from G G White near ington it Arnolds grocery and Shackeldepot for 3580 and will run ford Gentrys hardware house bofng the freight it as a planing mill in connection with Total loss 00000 yard Paris Sum Bonanza Mills and five resi- Â¬ their lumber O P Hill who has been enjoying Dr Loss also 00000 dences w ere burned nza Mills Staffords Plan- - better health than for many months re- Â¬ In ceived his third stroke of paralysis Wred- 1 other property burned with wmen proves to ne ine 0000 In 874 the square below First street worst of any and his condition is very and half of the square on Main street critical LancaMer Record The Kentucky Central shops at Cov- Â¬ sen First and Second burned with a ington have been 6hut down for the pur- The work that has beret Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i 1 - Columbus Christopher died of consumption near Waco in Madison county Ky on Tuesday May 2tith 1MM aged 54 years Rurial in Richmond cemetery this afternoon Deceased vva many years a resident of Richmond a harness maker by trade Hugh I White died by his own hands at his home in Richmond Ky on Wed aeaday nmrning May 20th 1891 80 far as known he was in his usual health and arose and went about the place in the ordinary way Among other things he drove some cows to an adjacent iiasture Near his house he met Rev Wm Crow and they paused a moment in conversation They parted w ith the remark from the deceased that he would go into the stable and see about his horse In about ten minutes he was discovered hanging in the stable He left no writing and 60 far as we can hear no cause existed for this act Burial in the cemetery H L White removed with his family from Manchester twelve or fifteen years ago ami until recently was engaged in merchandising He was for a time director in the First National Bank he was a moral and temperate man and memlier of the Presbyterian church He was one of the seven survivors of the Mexican war residing in Madison county but went from Clay county Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Buy your jce from the Richmond Ice Manufacturing Co tS-S Lost A Moon stone Pin set around with pearls was lost between First and Second Streets on Main Finder will please return same to this office and receive reward ot f 10 48- - Â¬ Â¬ Miss Sue Bennett Ice Manufacturing The Richmond Co propose to sell the best Ice as low as the lowest 45 8 The Ice Factory asks for your patron age See their Agent 45 18 Â¬ Good front and back rooms on Main street suitable for young men Cheap Apply at Climax olffce 33- W P Baxter painter and paper hanger does the best work See him and get 29- a good job has a quantity of new Sulkies Surries and liuies of the newest and most popular pattern and at very reasonable figu 5Â¬ And by that name shall have perpetual may succession irav sue and be sued CI have a common seal and alter the same at pleasure may make contracts and trans- Â¬ fer property posessing the same poners in such respects as private individuals now enjoy may establish by laws and make all rules and regulations deemed expedient for the management of the affairs of said prio corporation not inconsistant with the Con stitution and laws of this State oc the Cnited States FULL MEASURE Art 2 The said corporations princi pat piace of business shall be in Rich JiiTt mond Kentucky but may bae a branch and DOWN WEIGHT Kentucky office in the city of Louisville general nature of the Art 3 The Prescript ion Untwist formerly 11 business of said coiporation shall be buying and leasing from and elling to any in tilvndun Drug Store dividual or corporation real estate and mineral rights the mining and selling of coal iron and other nnncial- - the manufacture and sale of coke iron and lumber CO C0LEY and the quarrying and other products dressing ami selling f stone and to ei gae in buying and selling merchandise the boring of wells for natural generally as il sait and other minerals the sell ing of natural gi- - oil and oilu r minerals towns or to any individual corporation manufacturing establishments the sur veying and laying off of towns and the improvement of the same the building of tramways necessary lor operating the comthe riht panys business and shall and Rciai- to subscribe for stock and hold or sefl the same in other cot per al ions i Art 4 The amount of capital stock of said corporation authorized is five hun dred thousand 500000 00 dolar- - di vided into shares of one hundred dollars Q each which shall be paid ii money labor or property such installments and a and manner as the Board of Direcload lots to EclCro Coat per pound aai special prto3 is tors may require but the said amount may by a be increased to ten million --majority vote of all stock is ued Said corporation may sell all An or anv pirt of its stock at any price not less than twenty five dollars a share and when issued said stock shail he hilly paid and no liability up and non assessable shall attach to any stockholder by reason of Ids stock having been purchased at less than its par value Art 6 The business of said corporation shall be managed by a Board of Di rectors composed of not less than five stockholders of whom a majority shall constitute a quorum in the absence of a ce and e Court I Only a siiiar Said directors bv law to the contrary Vou don aw J out in shall be elected on the third Thursday AND June annually provided however that the incorporators named in section one shall serve a such board until their suc T wn Csal Delivered tc aav s are elected and enter upon the dis No Ice With Sawdnst On It charge of their duties in Art 7 The highest amount of corSoft Coal and Anthracite debtedness or liability to which said poration may at any time subject itself Nnt and Lamp Coal shall not exceed one half of the paid up capital stock Art S The shares of stock of said Vrtxt Iricrczcc eaa yon Iraw C corporation shall be tiansferabe on the tfca foUtrwiBfl Ss- Company but a written asbocks of the LOWEST PRICES signment on the back of the certificate by Uzh sentences the owner shall be binding as between in div duals Our Goods re of txcellent quality ami of Art 9 The prhatc property shall the our PRICKS REASONABLE be and stockholders incorporators what we from corporate debts and liabiliexempt Next to d Presbyterian Clr ties RICH MFG CO Art 10 The Board of Directors shall elect from its members a President and Vice President and from the stockholders a Secretary and Treasurer and General Repairing LowEates on Manager and may employ such agents assistants as may be necessary to con Â¬ and and duct the business of said company the Board ot Directors shall fix all salaries cc and compensation and the same shall be A SPECIALTY OF in proportion to the value of the services rendered and the Treasurer shall execute such bond for the faithful discharge of his duties as may le pres riVd by the Board Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ of Directors One person may fill the ofing Stoves fices of Secretary and Treasurer and Art ii Deeds of conveyance held transfers by said corporation of stock in other corporations or other property shall be executed by the President attest ed by the Secretary and the corporate CO seal shall be affixed to such deed or instrument of transfer 17- Art 12 Said corporation shall comtad otter ipf iit mence business as soon as fifty thoussnd dollars of the capital stock shall have been so stamped oa bottom Asfclrwi1 rautil ant W ribed for and ten per cent thereof BrackiMiHtukv loUkf Co paiil up and it shall commence business m AOTg on the 20th day of June 1S91 and terminate in twenty five years thereafter unless sooner dissolved by a two thirds majority THE RIC1IM vote of the stock of its member as re- Â¬ quired by law In testimony whereof we have hereunto subscribed cur names as incorporators of ON CAHS AT F0ED KY It being necessary said Richmond Coal Iron and DevelopHare ia stock at their house on Stconsl ship ment Company this the 20th day of May a virieStuff 16 tt and undr per M5ii 50 them Bill 1891 12 50 ad Com inch Stephen D Parrisr 10 00 vies 3d A J Reed Sheeting osmt eootintied ulnets renThat Use Gas for Fuel Geo S Moore Dressed Finishing v W W Mason They have iaweiw advantages over coal 1st Flooring and Ceiling Wm G Whits No srr stoves STATE OK KENTUCKY i - Cigars of High Grade A G WOODS - Country Produce JL Â¬ frflsHrfHjlTH- irfrlrMrrjtpirapj Retsof Rock Lump Sait ffiiflHnWn1 US cr ICE JOHN TAYLOR Sols Agsnt for Madison 9 0u - SUHI and RAIIff HAVE MO EITEG C Clear Solid Ice we keep T WELLS Tinwarei Stoves heoiijCMfiihiiTwi Home - Enterprise Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE i Uot Sale Quickest Delivery ir -- its O T WELLS iOfcw V2 200 Tiroin it M jT 7n0a mi GAS STOVES Â¬ CLAUDE SMITH 5 Â¬ For Link W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE llOltLA JACK FREEMAN prices of lumber Uotice to DeUors Wgter ond Lioht Co Â¬ COOKING STOVES - t- Doneison rrey you want Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor be las the 5- If Webb Clerk of the CounNo I Pressed Weath ty Court of Jefferson county in the State 2 Kentucky do erlily that on this day of -3 10 00 the foregoing Aitices of Incorporation was Notice to pn produced to me in my office and acknowl Lath 75 If vou make apt edged and delivered by Stephen D lar rish Lcrelicn Davirs A J Reed Geo jSTfu Car lots a discount of ft o W W Mason partns lie their act and deed all of ccrtilieJ to the proper of- known Ja Deli- I George II County of Jcfferson Sct 3d j ToAppli6antalbrWttMUiW1 and when cooking i j do- FOa BSEi on an ia the d roomt and other - v hand tivs 20th day of May k C I Ills r fbojI patents A BRAN FOR FEEDING KENTUCKY STATE NEW Peoples Party Ticket The Kentucky delegates to the Na tional Union Conference at Cincinnati held the adjourned meeting of their state convention the other night The ticket they nominated ia as follows Governor Pollock Barbour of Jef ferson county Lieutenant governor Dr S F Smith of Franklin county Attorney general Judge E L D Guffy of Butler county Auditor W G Fulkerson of Ohio county Treasurer I G Salby of Trigg county Superintendent of public instruction W W Morris of Ballard county Register of the land office T B Her reld of Butler Clerk of the court of appeals John G Blair of Xichols county They adopted a platform demanding free and unlimited silver coinage an Â¬ nouncing opposition to banks of issue asking for the prohibition of dealing in futures in agricultural and mechanical products opposing alien ownership of land or any class taxation calling on the government to loan money to the people at not more than 2 per cent interest asking the government to pay the union soldier the difference be- Â¬ tween currency and specie at the time he was paid and finally demanding the establishment of a state bureau of labor statistics Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SCIENTIFIC DROPS DAIRY BY PRODUCTS by Ingoa- Jnff Hd Mad Une Iur aa Who Ttmsiit TLem Oat The ViIm or Mists v ars an rminent if autbori- oon- - human mar I Ity in th ii mf a sale of Ids iti lmcnuir a aso a ko to the part Th- veil often to covet neV as nren- - nt for the a It and from rs au in- - r of hi and the Lions 1 ased l the as of making the ier instead of more easiiy fit the nt enormous of vi the l vr kn nvn flrn I of Los- - ire well i t was whose want of jn of n at- - f sub nd for a tor a or a ma-le ntfd i his ting lion lay- - thin impany and E plla-to- - J an- nven nr an un luTativo id me--- il 0000 cu- Â¬ nt in i for the corn jious most i1 lm I 2 In 10 per h of t tho In a i from An rninjr 1 for in- - be frorn for simply are t the hiid- is a Wat sharing Dot recog- - all right 1 sup Â¬ ine from the Urj True in rs Ive bad Wont ad deal a i lsnt - Harpers It nan alive for four Bazar doing J a slc Mrs Fannie Hen y Ive written to imc-- tad visit as Yon no but isnt it rather You know thing for an entire day a t Shore V she vus 1 izj An I a J to Friendship do with friends the I began to work their i them Munseja nor converted at the re i urlened Im afraid Hell that gl- - bother JutijTc ssaaaaaai rou realize a ai in factoring 7 I scheme was a chump Tueuly- y know ximach Miad -- dont you know Maaji a tuioujcr and Buttermilk At tho recent meeting of the Minne lieat food sota Dairymens Association Mr J II and possesses considerable nutritive Monrad delivered an address from valnc It contains nit her an excess of which we take the foUowing extr ash and for this re won it Is good to which show that the value of tho feed to young or growing stock as It ment skim milk and buttermilk is often too develops bone and muscle It is a A new substitute for quinine is known much to have it used as pig feed In splendid feed to use in connection with It is an aqueous ex- Other words more butter should be as pambutano poor bulky feeds like straw fodder tract from the root of a shrub of that taken out of the milk before giving it and roots fed with them it will aid Corner Haiti and First Streets name to the hogs He said materially to make up a complete facil- Â¬ A 2000000 candle power electric light The rich soil and the unusual ration Uy using it the objection to in a lighthouse off the coast of Jutland ities for production on a large scale has eclling1 grain rather han to feed out to RICHMOND KENTUCKY is said to be tho most powerful electrio trained the present generation of our stock is largely nvcrjome Wheat and light in the world Western citizens to a sovereign but potatoes can be grown and sold oft the Incandescent lamp globes blacken wasteful contempt for the little details farm if bran is purchased and used in I am therefore quite prepared to more readily with alternating currents connection with other materials as than with the direct currents while the be criticized for venturing to take up retains a large proportion of the such a question as How is your skim Bfc of the filament is shortened ral elements Talking about California will exhibit at Chicago the milk and buttermilk In e nni iiais take out cer widest plank in the world It is sixteen skim milk 1 am always reminded of tho tain pari that eonta n animal nutrition feet wide and Is now at the depot at story of how a farmers wife in the kind Â¬ carefully compounded and leave considerable plant food that liy ainl ness of her heart and in all innocence Is saved in the m inure and can be IIumlolilt awaiting shipment said to a city visitor Why drink all night by an experienced physiThe Hi- - Steel Tompany of Cleveland added to the soil to retain Its fertility i M flirTitf O recently rolled a 20 inch square ingot you can The pigs will got it anyhow Ihiring the winter it can be mixed The pigs will get it Yes and a cian and pharmacist plate at a sin- into a with corn meal weight for weight to gle heat The ingot weighed 8500 very good uso that is to make of it good advantage lessening the cost of when properly fed but have you ever pounds ng and at the stone time adding to How the fertility of the farm It is deTho camera shows that the star Vega put this question to yourself sirable to a large extent at leat if the one of the brightest in tho northern much butter do I give my pigs when I fertility of the soil is to Te kept up to heavens is apparently a double star give them 100 pounds of skim milk A year ago I should plan and carry out a good s3 stcm of ro-composed of two suns each revolving or buttermilk not have dared to propound the above and in doing this there will be around a point midway between them or less products that ought to be A new process of refining sugar de- Â¬ question as It would have been useless marketed to good jdvantage ltut in pends largely upon the use of fluoslli The cost of having a chemical analysis doing this something else should be cate of lead As applied to beet sugar made simply prevented us from getting a reply and tho oil tests then in use Intake th what is mar the process is said to cost practically keted If this uit done nearly or nothing owing to valuable residuary could not even give us an approximate R H Digma reply an extensive railroad product quite every thing that is grown should But now thanks to Dr Babcock we be fed out to vigorous thrifty stock contractor of Henderson was discovAnother new photojrraphic developer have a cheap practical test which en TOILET and the manure be saved If any is ered in Fernwood cemetery the other has appeared which is deseriled as hav Â¬ sold a sutiieient quantity of other ma- Â¬ morning lying by the side of his wifes ing cocaine for a basis It is known as ables us to get practically an approxi Â¬ mate reply terials should be purchased to take its grave in an unconscious condition BOOKS ALBUMS cristallos and U said to be the most Let us take a dairy of ten cows giv place bran and oil meal are the two which was caused by an overdose of powerful of agents being three times ing a yearly yield of 40000 pounds of He was conveyed to his principal materials that can be used in laudanum strength of pyro this way and when- - this Is done a good home where physicians were summoned the prominent photographer expresses milk The deep setting system of A creaming is used ice is scarce through He is in a critical consupply of coarse naajfc feed can be pur Â¬ to attend him fu- Â¬ It is generally believed that the opinion that the gallery of thehigh lack of forethought and the water is chased and used even if it is necessary dition A 55 degrees Thus it will lie quite easy the drug was taken with suicidal intent ture will contain no skylight to sell a portion of the grain HAGAN of with This is especially the case in feeding Wade Hampton a well known citi- room and a the north wall entirelywill to loso 3 per cent extra in the skim glass roof open to the sky milk which in this case would be 130 growing stock anil with milk cows if zen residing near Pembroke Christian results the fed in connection with corn meal and county was bitten by a copperhead produce in best color givesThe insido pounds of butter fed to the h admirable painted light But this is not all If the cream is 1 oil meal it v ill aid to increase tioth the snake and now lies in a very critical not properly and uniformly ripened it quality ami iuuutity of the milk and suffering condition with but little illumination without the disadvantages DEALEKS X A J KINEW OF of sunlight is not uncommon to find the butterue of the best rations that can be or no chance of recovery 1 rw 8 instead of 3 per cent ITT W milk contain made up for the mlk cows during the Henry Smith a porter at D n BaldAMUSING SCIENCE of fat giving a loss of 5 per cent on innrnnn aaa a aaa aa a isri aa j an winter is clover or nillet hay with corn win Cos music house Louisville asi j aa m Raw n n n nri wri h 10 per cent of milk of 0400 pounds and oil meal and wheat bran Roots was taking down some decorations from Bow to Distinguish a Conked from w ar buttermilk and thus an additional loss can ba added when they can be had con- - the front of the third story when his Place an india rubber band around of 82 pounds of butter ltly and in doing this have the foot slipped and he fell forty feet to the to BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS A i mall daily loss indeed unworthy value of the manure increased pavement His skull was crushed like the raw egg A by Do the samebookegg B t uspendboth wires the your consideration but after all a loss At the price brae can usually be se- - n egg shell and he died before reachLig through the band of 152 pounds of butter making at an at it can be used at least through ing the hospital Roofing in Tbis done give each egg a certain numv average price of twenty cents i0GiJ printer to a good advantage and Tuos CsUailUl freight conductor Let us tahc another instance A more stock le kept in proportion to the on the Cincinnati Southern was run Richmond Ky March 19 1890 farm with twenty five cows with a grain than would otherwise be possible over by a freight train at Burgin and yearly milk yield of 100000 pounds of X J shepherd in Farm Field and sustained fatal injuries milk using shallow pans or even deep Stockman T Wkst an infant died in the setting This will leave on an average greatest agony at Lexington from the SHOEING A HORSE 075 percent fat in the skim milk By effects of concentrated lye swallowed using a hand separator run by pow Directions Recently Issued by tbe Depart Â¬ several days before do not believe in hand work the per ment of War in company with a little boy While csy cent may be reduced to an average of The following Instructions to smiths some eight miles below Hawesville 025 again of 05 or 500 pounds of butwho shoe cavalry horses have been is John Montgomery was struck by light Â¬ ter a year and on this farm careless MADE- from the Department of War In ning and instantly killed The boy was ripening of the cream may cause a year he horses foot for the shoe knocked senseless and fell across MontTO ly loss of eighty pounds of butter in the I touch with the knife the frog DEAIKK IN gomery They were found about two buttermilk 6ole or bars Ii removing surplus hours afterward But supposing we do not run the growth of that part of the foot which is Two thieves Will Jones and Robert separator right ve may easily lose tVatcbea Cloefca Jewelry Silver and at of the bho2 use the cutting pin- - Taylor who robbed J H Warfords from 200 to BOO pounds of butter per id rasp and not the knif o The merchant tailor store at Millarsburg HCW TO DISTINGUISH A COOKED FROM A year Ilated uiii etc Special shoeing knifo may be used if necessary were captured in Mays Lick with the RAW EGG It may of course be objected that in using the top clip Opening the heels four suits of clothes They pleaded ber of twists and let go The hard egg if this butter is left in the skim or but- Â¬ attention given to or making a cut in the angle of the wall guilty and wore hold in 300 bond B will revolve rapidly this way and termilk it is not lost and so far as wc at the heel must not be allowed The During a thunder storm at Paris that lefore stopping while the raw uso it for human food this objection is iav b used upon the part of the lightning struok the residence of Geo MV INi DAMONDS egg A will on the contrary stop alvalid But when used for hogs calves FBTTfflOf bj n necessary and the same ap W Meyers and set it on fire and but most instantly The reason for this is or fowls I leave it for you to decide tothepega Xo cutting with the for the aid of a torrent of knife is permitUd the rasp alone is at the time the structure rain falling thus explained The mass inside tho whether you can afford to feed them AND OTHEIt PKKCIOUH STOHEM would with butter ami sarv Flat fcoted horses should be been consumed About the same have cooked egg is hardened against the shell treated as the necessity of eachease may of day Mr Blackerby a merchant time and turns with it while In the raw egg POTATO STALK WEEVIL of require np- In forging the shoe to fit the Centerville Bourbon county and five the shell alone rotates the interior liquid not participating in the moveÂ¬ be careful thjit the shoe is fitted to What the Iusrrt Look I ike anil How It other men who took shelter and follows the circumference of the tree were badly stunned by under a ment Once a Week loes Its Work lightning ear round to the heels the heels striking the tree Tho accomprnyi ing after Promptly done and in a workmanlike NEW KIND OF SAW of thiM not le extended back manner Uilev shows this insect somewhat en The straight and outside of the walls at the ciation Kentucky pharmaceutical asso- Â¬ IU Teeth Riveted Together Into n Flexi- Â¬ larged The real lcnjrth of the full po- Â¬ elected the following officers for of the horse s foot lis is frccjuent ble Chain grown insect In the different stages ia Cash Pi d for Old Gold and Silver the ensuing year at their session in are mast be used that the An English engineer has designed represented in each case by a straight W Chapman of Frankfort fitted too small the outside Frankfort president and is now manufacturing a portable black line The larva or grub and second and third vice first Don forest the place next door the wall Wing then raseil presidents J J crosscut saw that is a large two man pupa arc white or yellowish white in Samuels Danville J to the Puet offlc Iticbmoud Ky ikc the foot short to suit the y saw that can be folded up into small coior and the of a beautiful Ilains Paducah G Holtzhauer New 30- appens The bot shoe port compass It is really a flexible chain ashgray color This color of the beetle treasurer H Jett Cynthiana plied to the boraeatoot of saw teeth riveted together as shown is duo to a covering of trray scales If permanent and recording secretary 1 - any circumstances Make the W tho scales are removed the color is Cayle Frankfort corresponding by this cut r of foot surface of tbeaboe per- black The beetle has a short snout or T G Julian Mt Sterling give a level bearing secretary to Wak and for this reason is called a local secretary O W Geier Place of Â¬ I with a concave ground surface meeting have ill tin- lad weevil The female beetle deposits one Carrollton should be used egg in a place in a slit mado in the Xkah Manchester John Hensley was Je and at prices within the Â¬ shot and killed by John Eversole They EXCELLENT STALL My liu reach of all old quarrel and Hensley went to aad an One That Is a Model of Simplicity and EUersole s to settle it Ebersole is a Ii S THE KnccUveneaa Qephew of the county judjre I stepped into a horse bum recently Fiiik in the stable of Dr J C Bogle whi re the stalls had lieen built up with af Danville burned to death the standard- lx hind as if for cows buch an -bred filly Maria B 2 year old by When folded up it can be put into a it is not fit for horses It is Abballah Mambrino dam by Messenger FINEST LINE OF danger s besides useless in keeping 1hief She was worth 700 A valua- Â¬ case 8 inches long 4 inches wide 1 Inches thick Its weight is only two in the purpose for which it ble buggy mare was also destroyed Xo Till l OTATO STALK WEEVIL thcr atall elsewhere was insurance on either building or stock and a quarter pounds The saw is de a larva 6 pupa c beetle signed for the use of surveyors explorsimplicity and effectiveness If nothing disastrous befalls the ers and others to whom portability is an Xearly level w ith the surrounding floor stalk of the potato a little above the it was made of strips of plank two wheat crop from the present until har- Important consideration surface of the ground The grub soon inches wide placed half an inch apart vest Kentucky will have the largest hatches and tunnels it3 way down deep IK low this was a tight floor made of and liest crop ever grown in the state SKUNKS EAT GRUBS into the root It then works its way says the May report of the department plialt would have been better of agriculture There has been a great A Fact That Many Otherwise Sensible back again and when fully grown and in the long run cheapen which in plain toe or patent changes to the pupa state and then to scarcity of good seed corn but early Men Seem to Forget the mature beetle in the 6talk see planted corn is up and looks nicely tipped fix Ladies Recently wandering in the famous illustration just below the surface of with no complaints of worms or insects Forest Hill Cemetery near Boston I es n and Children is the The rains in March and April have sayed to view the grotto a mass of the ground This tunneling of tho root l i made seeding eight orten days later artificial rock work constructed in tho and stalk weakens the vines very seAND than usual Tobacco beds are looking side of a conglomerate ledge and suit Â¬ riously tho leaves begin to turn brown well The fruit crop was never more ably planted with ferns and under- Â¬ as if sunburnt and m ion especially if lobbiest Dfip SIiqwb is Richscsi the weather bo warm and dry tho promising I was prurented from critical brush rwa the potatoes are whole top die The spring term of the Caldwell cir- examination by an overpowering odor cuit court convened a few days ago of skunk An employe explained that small in sie and few in number Orange Judd Farmer with Hon John II Grace to preside and some of the water pools in the grotto can please you in stylo JajiiS B Garnett to look after the in leak and becoming dry form traps Pollrn for Crossing Apples M in price terests of the commonwealth For into which skunks fall and can not get - JWhen the first blossoms of the vaseveral years past it has been noticeable out and when thus imprisoned they i sloped lightly to a small trough in the that litigation has been growing less are killed sometimes two or three a riety we wish to use for fertilizing have expanded we phtek cut with forefinger week Why do you kill them Be rear also out of eight All the urine and less and depredations more scattermd pistils and and thumb th 1 was thus drains away from the sur Â¬ ing and the present docket is nearly cause they root and dig little holes drop them into cup njKme In on hour a a in the grass and he showed me face where thf horse stood and slept devoid of cases of Interest to the public RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD smart boy can gather in this way The prohibition state convention met a slope full of the places where the enough of the and his bedding was wabted but little anthers in the hard sharp noses had prodded for grubs A large iron hook was kept in the at Louisville and nominated a full The McKinley Bill has not ad CV- The grass was dead for several square pellet state to fertilise a thousand or with which to clear the long ticket with Josiah Harris of Paducah more blo After gathering we the strips of plank Over for governor They reaflimed the na- yards and could easily have been rolled dry etween vauciu my prices wnicn are ai- in the cup in a warm close room i About one hundred up like a blanket the roots having all rough at the rear a strip was tional platform V1 J U U 5 1 I JU 1 U II U 1 way- - the L0M of drying the anthers 1 so been severed by white grubs and it In th that any obstruction could be delegates from all parts of the state was these enemies of the lawn that the ripen and burst and when neeied for present The meeting was harremoved The forward half of the camels stall floor may lie boxed in and filled monious and 100 a month has been skunks were after J was surprised use acome out hair pencil moistened ofi of the dish laden with the that in intelligent Boston such ig Â¬ will with clay for the front feet to rest on subscribed for state work show tho durability of The io Xatnral conditions and positions for Wilms I icier a colored man dropped norance of the value ol the skunk Â¬ the feet prevent contraction and many dead at his residence nar Frankfort should prevail and advised the man to pollen gathered in this rough way I hoof diseases The clay is easily from apoplexy buperinduced by hard destroy his skunk traps and thus get will btate that throe years ago we laid rid of the grubs as well as the job of aside a cup of pollen not utcd for four pawed by the horse into comfortable drinking The Quality Um- Â¬ killing the skunks with the attending weeks At the end of that time Dr shape and keeps the feet cool and CouTMBCa has petitioned the county Halsted germinated it on moistened moist Hollister Sage in X E Home-Â¬ court of Uicanan county for a special drawback of unwelcome perfumery slides quite as perfectly as that freshly stead in a proposition to es L B Pierce in N Y Tribune Prof J L Budd gathered Come now while vom can ablish a graded scbnoL A Short History of Benton A Little Mixed PAPER HORSESHOE A Xew Yorker recently delivered hla the largest stock to select A Sorrlbls Haa ruif At a certain seminary for young I Is to Take the Place of the Iron Shoe conviction to his effect Boston was ladies in the East the students of Ger Â¬ Albert Havenstine the murderer of from Save money and be happy In Germany the first solid bit of ground in the uni Â¬ It is stated that the German Govern- Â¬ man are not allowed to speak in any verse The mTe intelligent and highly Wm Ashley and Hiram Roten was ono other language at the table but organized aniiials of the miocene and hanged at Broken Bow Xeb Friday ment is to substitute for the iron horse- young lady more daring than tho pliocene periods lived in Boston Hero afternoon When the trap was sprung shoe a compressed paper shoe for which others broke the rule and announced in the pteroducty mused over the past and Havenstinea body ahot down six feet it is claimed that in addition to elas- English to her companions that she was 111 Main St below First CC the megatherium pondered over the There was a snap and a groan and the ticity it has the valuable property of cd on a certain young man body fell to the ground The rope had being insensible to the action of water future The first man was a Boston broken Havenstine young fraulein II ashed asked the 44 half unconscious and stable liquids The following are man He was developed from spores who presided over the students and COIL MAIN A1TD FIR3T STS out of Boston mud He took out a was at once picked up by the sheriff some details of the new system of shoe who is but Imperfectly acquainted with his deputies and brought back on ing The new shoe consists of leaves patent for himself so that he could not and gallows The rope was doubled of parchmented paper rendered im- English mash what does that mean FLOUR be imitated HxUm was vaguely known the spoke up one of the young ladies Staple and Fancy BrocDries and the trap was again sprung This permeable by means of oil of turpen- Â¬ to the Greeks It is the real site of wishing to save her blushing and con his neok the fabled Atlantis Mosea would have time apparently was broken and death tine strongly stuck together by a fused companion when a person is was painless special mixture mixture of Venice got to Bostoc had not the Israelites FARM very much in love with anybody she turpentine whiting lacquer and been so stupid and obstinate King w fail la We hare Qneensware Glassware On to Maine litharged linseed oil These leaves of says she is mashed on him Solomon alwjya had an aspiration to Barrel Full Roller Mill in operatic The girls thought that ended tho mat- Â¬ Dr Dennis says Mr Blaine was restpaper arc then shaped by means of a Bostor- - Plato died longing to get to mrnj out ing quietly Thursday after a most com- stamp The shoe is afterwards sub- Â¬ ter but what was their surprise when Tinware Hardware visit the neighboring groves of Concord the next night in prayer meeting the fortable night The family want out jected to strong hydraulic pressure and and hold sweet communion with the for a teacher rose with beaming face and de- Â¬ Concordians Galileo involuntarily of a drive leaving Mr Blaine in charge when dry is finished with the file I so clared 1 wish to testify young Woodenware c c NEW BUGGIES trained nurse Mr Blaine receives is also made of a paper paste mixed turned the first telescope in the direc-Â¬ no visitors ladies that I am mashed on the Lord V and transacts no businesa with sand turpentine lacquer lit an tion of Bosteu The Egypttaaaj built Cleveland llaindealer the pyramids aoping to see Boston from If the weather permits in a day or two oil and litharge which is pressed into NEW PHETONS Weve h ard he a drive LINK OF A LABS their summiui Diogenes was rolling his will be taken out for found to test raolds so as to obtain after drying a walk to tret a bottle of Dr mr at all tirst class jrixistrength and if strong perfectly homogeneous and impermea- his tub toward Boston when death over Â¬ enough riplion it she NEW CARRIAGES he will be taken at once to ble mass But experience bar proved 1iercc Boston Transcript took him woinanhad Maine that the horseshoe thus prepared is less couldnt get it without Ttia which makes Potts Duersons Gold Dust medicine And it tenacious and less elastic than that tried it in lonipg aup the system ar NEW SURRIES Jealousy itscf felt Or made with superimposed leaves of pa-- recting irregularities as soon as its use is want your Emmclino Oh Daisy I hardly know Our Export and Import Values Tobacco and Cigars per Both however may be put on es what to do dear John is so jealous Merchandise exports from the United either with nails or by means of a paste begun Go to your drug store pav a dolNEW SULKIES lar get a bottle and trv it try a second a You Daisy You poor thing is that true States during April past aggregated in made of mineral tar or India rubber Before the third ones third if necessarv Emmellne It is and its just horrid value 70081540 against S 03rr2a315 in Uural New Yorker 11 DUERS0N POTTS been taken voui keep on and a cure He wont even let me throw a kiss to April 1890 Imports during April past Mv vi hides are all new anl of the AVe want to buy all your But if you shouldnt feel the help come him after he leaves the house because be were valued at 81309386 against 71 Put to the Test T ml tenia should be disappointed in th aays its sure o miss him and go to some 908140 in April 1890 Briggs Didnt I hear something about voull find a guarantee rrlnted on the r NTRY PRODUCE at the ietunable one else Chicago Times your going to be married a year or- so vehicle come ami ee me anil thatll get your money back The Cannibals Convert Brinj us highest market price ago for you Ottt g bome wit Ki al Parisian Art And tell me Prince Totoc did my Grtggs O yea My fiantte and I How manv women are there whod 5- Jo ChickMrs Bullio l I bought to day a gen predecessor whose disappearance has thought it would be a good thing t rather have the monev than health And your Eggs Butter Lard aiii Parisian work of art mystified the world succeed in convert ealth ens Feathers and the like and our love a final test so she we Mrs Billsdoo One of Detail lcs painting your asked the missionary heres a woman willing to for a year She returned the other day ings Xo Cm not converted Me convert your Groceries from Briggs And was her love as fresh as Mrs Balllm Xo A boat of some him ever youuT woman named Hebe The dealer You converted him Gri She r assured me it al plaster of Yah Me convert him from tfftTTw married him is London ally into hash Jury CrL rtitrt d rood mbte Nutritive Valve bran is a concentrated Artificial musk as good as the anl- mal musk is now successfully manu- faetured Hemp culture is being made an im- Â¬ portant culture in the Bahama islands over 40000 acres being under develop- Â¬ A True Idea of the Value of Sklm Mllk PowersHagan DRUGGISTS OLIVER PLOWS PRES Rl PTIOIMS iijjjjB three-quarter-inch Â¬ DRUGS 7 IVTediciries i Chemicals ARTICLES i- Â¬ Â¬ to Â¬ POWERS Â¬ A RUFF SHACKELFORD iimmnrn a i FOR SALE BY isnnnnnnrnrn nn in a m GENTRY x Â¬ Â¬ inn tw inunn - r j iinniri nil rr uxuiwmuwj a I lis AND MATERIAL india-rublK- -r and Guttering Workers Sheet Metal of All Ki J Â¬ I1TCIUE6UHEUB losing 0 UfEVERY ONE FARLEY ESS Â¬ HAPPYI si Kent in WROUGHT II I smiths KIMS ia WHL1 and Â¬ As the senior mem- REPAIRING - Â¬ G0RMLEY m dljOGS flOlS Powell has been pointed postmaster ol Richmond which sition will require all PllTllisllillg - Goods his time and attention we have decided to close out our Clothing and Shoe busi ness We will there - ber of the firm W A attkers Ml rARMING LINE of HAKDV bnu SALT LIME aTV Jn theii fore sell at greatly HIGH SHOES W Hew L FAHLEY to fohn F reduced prices from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saddlery Horse this day forward The greater part of our goods is new and the LOW CUT oentoi - IiTery R NEW- - Stahle ID Â¬ Â¬ prices are marked jji town io nine aoove Buggies j Harness jj Â¬ i Â¬ sriL Mini - Â¬ H while for tiio others we will take cost less than cost Is W We prop V Â¬ rTTwi rfi r DUlPek UUN of the best 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