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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rffrt i Jc J fia tfc-t- atf N - A 5 v -- s lJ IV g- VOLUME ATTORN KYS - f CO TO 11I EXPBOTBD TO ft U S RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE AsDVlCE TO WOXEV If you would protect yourself from Painful Profuse Scanty Suppressed or Irregular Men- Â¬ struation you must use 3 1891 I Vs xv 17 ujyzgrr - 6 NUMBER 1889 51 POWELL A VICTIMS OP PRIDE Tragic Ending of the Life of an Aged Couple Out of Money and Work and Too Proud to Become Objects of Char- Â¬ ity They Commit Suicide Nbw case of double suicide was discovered here late Thursday afternoon William Breit koph and wife an aped couple living an First avenue killed themselves Wednesday nigrht by taking ox- Â¬ alic acid Breitkoph had been sick and out of work and was to have been evicted to day for the non payment of rent Breitkoph left a letter addressed to a benefit society of which he was a member saying that he preferred to die rather than ask for farther aid from the society The bodies when discovered gave evidence of terrible agony having been suffered from the effect of the poison MUST STOP TAKING SEALS Great Rritaln Promise to Co Operate wltb the Inlted State In Itehrln 8ea Washixotos May 28 The president has received a cipher dispatch from Minister Lincoln at London saying that official notice had been given in the house of commons that a bill would be introduced on Monday to authorize the queen to prohibit British subjects from taking seals in Behring sea The news of this action was received with satisGenfaction at the state department erally it is taken as an indication that the British government is preparing to accept the condition imposed by the president as a preliminary to arbitration and cause the British vessels to re- Â¬ frain from sealing meantime Ottawa Ont May 29 The total value of the marine fur fishery in Behring sea and adjoining waters for 1890 was 510111 showing a total atch of MSoo seals The number of fur seals caught by for Â¬ eign vessels and disposed of in Vic- Â¬ toria was 3474 of which all but 294 were caught in Behring sea The total ralue of the Canadian seal catch was in Â¬ creased 177661 owing to the advance jf one dollar per skin and the increase if 11181 skins in the catch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ REST TTOIIXE T A T LA sSllll SI W Kknti LKV II I A SULUVAK a TTomttmr A IsaWaSt t la w Kentucky 16- BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR CAitTERsruLJt April 30 1880 This will certify that two members of mjr Immediate famiK after having suffered for years from TOrntrual Irregularity beiinr treated without heneflt by phyeiclans were at length completely cured by ont h ttle of Bradtleld female Kruulator lta effect Is truly wonderful J W Stkahob - WOMiiX mailed FRFK which contain nook to Taluable lufi rmattoa on all fMuak dlwaaea Secretary main Will Probably Take a Foar Month Vacation and Spend It In Maine Mr Blaine drove out with Mrs Blaine Wednesday morning and with Mrs Damrosch in the afternoon and la seemingly all right again Mrs Blaine said Â¬ A RACE OPPRESSED Russias Brutal Treatment of the Jews Stories of Extreme Suffering Told by the Miserable Fugitives from Tyranny MAXS INIUMASITY May 29 The Hebrew Highest of all la Leavening Tower Govt Report Aug iiNliilnt - jUOOEEA OOBB a WEABY OP LIFK York May 29 A aad ttorne - jv a t la Alt w S7- KrflTlIKY - 9 TORNMrS-AT-LA- BRADFIELD 1 REGULATOR Richmond SO II - - 111111 Kenticky s Hllllllll 1- rou MALE Br - ATLANTA GA ALL DMVOaiaiM llUI to a reporter Wednesday afternoon Mr Blaine is not a aicV man and though he will remain In New York for some time it is not because of his illness We are very comfort- Â¬ able and in one sense at home The president has written frequently to Mr Blaine that his presence was not re- Â¬ quired In Washington and urging him to take a long rest He will probably have a four months vacation before returning to Washington We will not go to Maine until the weather is decid- Â¬ edly warmer and more settled The climate there at this season is very try- Â¬ ing Mr Blaine now attends to much of his correspondence and is simply enjoying a good rest Â¬ Â¬ PM Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE JERKY AND GEORGE Converting Sinners to Shove tho Queer on Thorn Terry Repented and Re Counterfeiter nounced Ills Evil Vfays anil Ireacbe tuiirjffl Took lp the Work Left Otf - UHAOQTJArNTED WITH THE GEOGRAIHY OF THE COUWTHY WOi OBTAla MUCH VALUABLE OTFOHMATION FHOM A tTtTDT OF THIS MAP OP v- tJU a Hftiuu - - - RAILROADS R A SHACKKLFOBD TTORNE VA TLA W KKM1 I 8HB GOES FREE The Italian Girl Who Killed Her Lover Acquitted At New York the jury in the case of 1 R Kl N Time B Tabu R R nMI WEST nranftre lii all the GaasTta OfTce over mill linnk name as iul i A IKN IXL MKliKKY WILKKS SMITH DEXTAL SURGEON - In KIT April 6th c A M r3- s f M r 7 m A -- MONII - smith Hull Unit iti II law P tj In ileiil is ry KkSTII K Y Main street Uffiw M U g oo 42 Versailles Junction Sua 7 Pintard j morgan d Kl CUM OX I - j Keene fniklin ile -- 7 2 7 5 7 io 7 05 7 o 7 46 7 8 ii 11 11 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DENTIST Km A DCKV Ar K IhiiuihI L 5 2 5 5 Mlllll Mllll Iuwrir I i loihlnu J W CJUEED D D S KIRKS VILLI KENTUCKY latnlisx In PH JXaj r lMnell resilience l irif Mtn KverytliliiK 17 QUEEN CRESCENT BUTE 1 lAVv ML 1 yilllKMiS ICIA X AX Jl I S ropular Southern Short Lira 71a Louisville - or - Cincinnati Hct strike Troubles All Noillxrn an Serlon Loan of IlulMln Siiutliern ToinU SI New York AY V Ku li kl ii smirs in xi In Sciiiml NhIiiiiiiiI Timr Tohlr in Ejfcct Nay 0 TSICI IA AND SURGEON KunvciY up stalls loVNJZ tlirSICIAN AND SURGEON M 11 I v - - KtMUkl Tlilnl Slri A l ANS MD II I sn U IAN AND SURGEON Kkmtuckv xl to Farmers NiMlniuil A- their yards and that they had seceded from their original agreement is emEAST AM SOUTH UOINI phatically denied at the head quarters of the Lumber Dealers Mol Ex STAl association It is shown by statistics Daily Ilaily that the consumption of lumber in the Me V 7 35 building trade was reduced the first ntown week of the strike about 80 per cent 6 10 p in iq 20 a ni and the second week over 95 per cent am II 15 The estimated loss in wages by the vj a m 8 4u p m Danville 07 p III workmen thrown out of employment p m 11 00 a m J INK during the first week of the fx Sun strike amounted to about 250000 and 7 05 p m rriii 5501m n m 7 13 p m l 20 a m during the second week to about r40000 Should the strike continue 7 20 a m K until next week it is said fully 20000 7 25 am 1015 am men will be thrown out of work by stoppage of building operations The 111 a ml 30 tie up is also being severely felt in Alq 00 a m bany Buffalo and Tonawanda where is ill a large number of canal men are lying idle NORTH AM WEST BOlNI PLENTY HORSES IS SET FREE Â¬ Â¬ 1 Q 5 i 1 Â¬ tr IA ifyt some of the lumber dealers would open Canned by the Operations In Near fork May 29 The report that apalaa small frame residence at the corner of Buchanan avenue and Gordon street Kas Topeka burned Wednesday morning In the ruins were found the charred remains of Mrs W A Aupte gron aged twenty five and her three children all girls aged from fifteen All the surmonths to five years rounding circumstances point to a deliberate and carefully planned triple murder and suicide The scene of the tragedy is in a sparsely settled portion of North Topeka and the house supposed by the neighbors to be uninhabited It was learned that the family moved into the house about a month ago The father is a teamster and left home only that morning to look for work Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bertiw relief committee here has secured a Ion mil way tunnel at Charlottenburs in which to shelter Russian Jews en rottl Hamburg fcr embarkment Box clothing and necessaries enormous boilers of tea and and supplies of broad and brandy are in readiness to relieve the misery of the crowds of fugitives that daily pour out of the railway trains Many scenes are described ami tales are told of extreme sufforint- Many of the fugitives had to leave on a days notice and were compelled to abandon everything but what they stood ia while others often octogenarians who are hardly able to walk are seen staireji rinp under sacks containing all their worldly posses sions In many cases the fugitives are of the poorest classes with numerous scantily dressed children ta rin at their mothers skirts and crying for bread All are shy and suspicious remembering their ill treatment at Uus sian railway stations and fear fresh torments and privations if they enter the waiting rooms A doctor attends the children who are ill from the effects of the journey The fugitives describe how the streets in which they lived would be suddenly cordoned with the police searching for Jews who would fly to the synajroues or safety how the doors of the sysvagogae would be wrenched off and troops of armed men would tie their hands and feet and plunder everything in the place and how on arriving at the frontier the police would extort fresh bribes to allow them to en FATAL EXPLOSION heart-rendinÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JEWISH IMMIGRANTS Expelled From Russia Ordered Out of Berlin aad Seeking a ttefuge In Amer- Â¬ ica Â¬ The Boiler of an Indiana Sawmill Hursts Killing One Man and Injuring a Dosen Frankfort Ind May 29 Frankfort was the scene of a terrible disas Â¬ Â¬ ter Thursday afternoon The large boiler at P E Kramers sawmill ex1 Â¬ AT LAST The New Comas From re- Â¬ Â¬ tho Charleston - lny Ar N11 iil Ex Daily Sun 5IS- i I lAVIi in Medi Practitioner ine and Surgery K I NTlCK V eel over lakes tiricer S- M LETCUER i AND SURGEON Kkntiiky I i i ii slrit 2h- - S HOLT Howeopithic Physician cad Surgesa KlMllKI H - llnulitV if in Sj li Hours imI wnllli it jiinu- iiinliciiies M Is Iraals ami nil Mil III illftlMl m ilis- unit Ii Inn IOIIN P08TEB HICHMOND JIT Main AAA7 CAT ImIwkii v Nrntl A eniM Sochim il coi - IL CLARENCE VAUGHT RICHMOND KENTUCE V 217 Main I Ir Kier W st BRIGHT M II PHTSICIAN AND SURGEON Kknti cky i -- iHiiniiHlniim tiiiiiniii iMMly Hiti iiiniii Kiven in rtucnMnapk null llilllillni mi Miilli I il I issues mill Hulls a- - hiI AE scii K At LIZ M IJ flTSICI AN AND SURGEON Knnpwxv mund lJ4aW With Dr up sliln next nulii National hunk is J M BLACK Sb- - PUTSICIAN AXl SURGE Hen Hofsit KrPTiicitT I1AS HOOKER TBRIXA R S i RGEON IRADLATE ONT VET COLLEGE I X r Velerlnnry Dentistry ami eiterllltr eipecially a 111 linli CE Next lsir in iiAX ufflcr in tuii1 imk Kielimonil Kv - THOMAS B A YRES I k Ccllecting Agency returned a verdict of acquittal in the case of the Indian Plenty Horses who i was on trial for the murder of Lieut ti Casey during the late Indian outbreak At i Judge Shiras delivered the charge to the jury instructing them to bring in a 4 o p m I cnrKeton n Ar 704pm verdict of not guilty lie explained 7 10 p m that Judge Edgert disagreed with him Ar Mi 7 38 pm I lip 742am 8 00 p in upon the proposition of bringing in an rip 805am 830pm acquittal but said the instructions to be I m given however would be considered lit 3 54 P r a m IN I 4 those of the court His charge was a m He declared that in his quite lengthy 8 tm a m 5 14 p m opinion actual war existed at the time N m g 00 a m town of Caseys death He 10 45 a m pHlire irv nt gaal Ihiy oh ti DAMAGE BY FOREST FIRES 1iiihiitti k Ail MiMltin iniovHifiitv ShoiUt Great Los of Pine Timber la Northern Por mIi travel info tiHfion cull on nny Wisconsin Coantlea y vuitliern tw tuei ii and CranoaHl mi i vi H WOOUWKM O8HKO8H Wis Iay 29 A pine land Agent ur Am aawuivle K lhslik I hunter arrived in this city from the up-Â¬ R i KDWABOH per peninsula and reported that forest ii P A T A t iiifiniHti fires are doing much damage to pine in Ontonagon county Some of the most valuable timber has been consumed The hunter said that his party was comVETERINARY SPECIFICS pelled to flee from the forest for their For Horses Cattle Sheep Dogs Eogt iives A tract of timber that two weeks AJfD POULTHT ago was worth 500000 is now hardly Bonk sn Treatment of Animal 040 Pace aad ban worth 8100000 All mills have been srni Free craxn i FeverStCanaestionn Innammattaa damexact amount ilk Fever AAflnal Menlnlt In MHeomnllm stopped until theBray Choate of this age is learned of l rains hamraru 1111 Distemper NmI Dlsehares I city are heavy losers DD Hat or truus Worms I oagba Heaven Inemola To Seleet Public Ualldlna Sites VF alle or trlpes Brllyarbe Mlnenrrlne llemorrhaes Washixoton May 29 Officers of Kidney Dlsraaea II II trlaary and the treasury department have been IlEraptlve Diseases Maas e Diseases Dirstlaa elected as agents to visit the cities JK Bottle lover 90ofdoses - Paralysis Single 44 named below and select sites for the stablei tase t with OHSpecifles Manual 97 public buildings authorized by congress and XedJcator lertnarv ure - 109 Beatrice Neb Jar trier I nary tare Oil Prepaid anywhsr viz Akron O Sold by Drnglsts or Sent Bloomington 111 Danville III EmÂ¬ and in any q oantity on Receipt of Price poria Kan Fargo N O Lima 0 HUMPHREYS- MEDICINE CO Hew York 111 Corner William and John Sta Rock Wis Rockford Madison Sioux City la Sioux Island 111 HUMPHREYS Falls S D Sheboygan Wis South Bend Ind Saginaw Mich and Taun- Â¬ HOMEOPATHIC ton Mass SPECIFIC Ko Dtsvsm Herself aad Twa Chlldrea In nhm la trkm Th onlr BiMaMnl remfxlT for May 29 At Hamelin Berlin Nervous Debility Vital Weakness Wednesday night a widow drowned ad Prostration from overwork or other esoass herself and her two children in the or i vial aad lanr vial powder for AL IP menawsrrs orseni ponipsro oaraosmss Weser The woman was formerly In prtce H0s1PHREYS MEDICINE CO of jpulent circumstances but met with Oot William and John Sta V T misfortune and became so poor that fc HAOAJT Tet Salt by PCTwTHlS the was forced to beg for food This le lto hr arrest and she was kept in The disgrace seemed to jail two days Ul weigh heavily upon her spirits and nn ioubtedly led to her tragic death with Will make the season of 1891 at M A the little ones Phelps place 4l2 miles from Richmond Date of the State ConreoUooa on the Jacks Creek pike at Dks Moines la May 29 State conÂ¬ will be held as follows Inde Â¬ 15 to Insure a Living Colt ventions farmers Des Moines June 8 pendent Money due when colt is foaled or mare prohibition Des Moines June 10 democratic Ottumwa June 24 republican parted with Cedar Rapids July 1 hotasvilte 111 S A f mpa The Sloni Indian Who Shot llent Casey Escapes on the War Theory Sioix Falls S D May 29 The jury The navy department Wednesday ceived its first news from the Charleston since she left Acapulco Mex the first of last week In continued purport The suit of the Itata at which the Charleston announced The whereher arrival is Callao abouts of the Itata are unknown The Charleston will join the squadron un- Â¬ der Admiral McCann in Chilian waters nd it is surmised that a report will at no very distant date come announcing the surrender of the Itata which the United States government will libel and perhaps forfeit for violation of the neutrality laws Â¬ Â¬ O m Tuesday morning at 3 oclock as II Bollermeier was on his way home in Nashville Tenn he was attacked by two colored men who under the muzzle of revolvers compelled him to give up his cash 6000 and other articles of value Bollermeier was then bound and gagged and left in an unconscious state As soon as he was found and the situation made known a posse gave pursuit and captured the men at Lense burg but not before they had managed to secrete 86000 of the money Two thousand dollars was recovered They are now in jail at Nashville- Â¬ Robbed of Eight Thousand Dollar HUMPHREYS A private dispatch received from an authoritative source at Ottawa at 1113 Wednesday night says that Sir John MacDonald the premier is dying He was attacked with congestion of the lungs and the dispatch says the doctors have very little hopes Sir John Sir John K acDonald Dytnr ploded with appalling results was instil Hall the engineer killed and William Davis Eric Koont IlenjfLmin Keys and Van Swarei were fatally injured Of the thi men employed in the mill scarcely escaped without more or less injury Others are suffering from broken limbs and scalds and it is difficult to determine the exact extent of their injuries The explosion took place shortly after i oclock and the mill is a complete wreck debris being scattered about for a radius of 200 yards The cause of the explosion is not known the boiler having been pronounced safe and insured only a week ajo One of the employes says that he looked at the g only a few minutes before the explosion and it showed plenty of water The bodies of some of the men were frightful to look upon The engineer was mutilated beyond recognition his clothing torn from him and his body literally cooked bv the steam HIS MIND AFFECTED CHRISTIAN WORKERS Ex Prcsiili nt Mnyos Left In Itail Mental Condition Vy tin- lirlp Preparation for Their Annual Summer k World of Friday Convocation at Western Springs 111 Th Arrangements that Ex President R B Hayes memory Chicaoo May 29 have been perfected for the annual has been affected by tho grip that his summer convocation of Christian work- Â¬ power of recollection has almost comIn a maIt says ers under the auspices of the Christian pletely vanished alliance which Ls to be held at Western jority of Springs a suburb of this city The quent upon an attack of an epidemic ction session will continue for ten days disease is only a t from June 19 to June 23 inclusive and the friends of Mr Hayes all The musical exercises will be con- hope Itioti will not be ducted by Miss F L Shepard of New protracted It is a present fact howverso York city The following ministers ever that Mr with- Â¬ and workers are a few among those for more than who are expected to lie present and out absolutely forgetting the subject A clord seems at take part in the exer under consideration Key A I Simpson of New York cltv Rev intervals to obscure his mental vision Dr F L ChapprlL of Boston Kov T W Farr and he must pause uutil it passes and Mrs E V Baker ot Chicaof Milford Mass Even go III R v W H Walker of Bridgeport leaves his mind free again then on most occasions he has comConn R v John Morrow of Pittsburgh Pa Rey C W Ryder of Providenre R I Wru pletely forgotten what he had just been E Blackstnne of Oak Park 111 lev R L talking about Marsh of Wichita Kan Rev J S Mable of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ prisoners Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Capt Porter of the United States secret returned to Chid Southern Illinois where within tho past week he has put behind the bars the preacher counterfeiters Geo Van- Â¬ cil and Jeremiah Holmes lie tells a queer story of mutual conversion in which a counterfeiter became a preacher and a preacher a ter Jerry Holmes was a counterfeiter and a IIL general outcast in Duquoin Rev George Vancil wst Bap- Â¬ He tist minister to undertook 1i Holmes convert stian ity after every body had given him up as incorrigible The men met one night under the stars and Vancil preached a sermon to Holmes to such effect that ho He fell on the professed repentance ground and with his hands toward Heaven declared be woul 1 forever reÂ¬ nounce his ways and he afterward said that he had been converted like laui on his way to Damascus The e inversion of the hardened sinner was heralded throughout uty asa miracle ami the people marveled greatly at tho Ih stran it rued preacher and became the pastor of a CampbeUite congregation in the country near Duijuoiu It was not long after this that Holmes gave Vancil some counterfeit money and Vancil passed it Later on Holmes gave him some more and ho pa- members v Vancil of a travel eonfesi tared that ho lined the ac took the m r the purpose qnalntanci of learning hi- sing tho gang of vvhu the leader It make ter he had lands me said so I havo been landed in a c been serving iml and my country at time serving Ood in preaching His word and my country iu taking this money from those sinners that I might finally bring Rev Jer v II them who made the coin and who was capt ured a week ago hi iu jail last Sunday and had all his snouting for glory He preached a regular tire and brimstone the sermon Ile was still po true spirit he said and glad that he had confessed his sins as tlcy wore a great weight off his mind Â¬ Â¬ The Jewish relief committee at Ber- Â¬ lin states that the daily average num- Â¬ ber of expelled Russian Jews pa through Charlottenburg Is iiOO most of whom are going to America Relatives are waiting ready to provide for some of them in Paris and for a few in London The police will not permit o the to enter Berlin spenii stanight at the Charlottenburg tion and then proceed by train onward toward their destinations Herr Issaaks of the Dichetocloff committee says tho committee suffers from no lack of funds money and goods being freely given while a number of refugees are already supplied with jionoy The expulsions continue in St Petersburg where groups of Jews Including well dressed women are to be seen in the streets under the escort of gendarmes going to the police station before they are started for the frontier The Vied Otaosti says that the Jewish emigration society has engaged four Baltic steam- ers for the exclusive purpose of carry- Â¬ ing Jews who are forced to emigrate The London society it says is ar iug for the emigration of 00000 J chiefly Poles and Lithuans Â¬ I Â¬ si I rl VV WkhR 7 lg kKil w THE raTssJ IV AWTJ ha J - - ISWVa DM Is f CHGiiO RQIX ISLAND PACIFIC RAi Including main linoj branches and r n and Southern pu THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE VEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER It traverses vaet areas of th MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE Loadinc h ISS TRAINS nmoil ON THE ROCKS Wreck of a Itritlsh stemiier anil Ternwo Suffering of II r Crew The steamship Oceanic from Hong Kong brings fuller advices of the of the British steamer Holemeeden Capt Prentice which wus lost on Lu conna Rocks while on the way from THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE Hong Kong to Shanghai The vessel was from Antwerp with a general cargo She left Hong Kong April 10 On April 21 during a thick fog she ran broadside on Luconna Kocks and in half an hour the engine niotn and af rt of the vessel were full of water Two life boats were launched and tho twenty six in number put off losing however all their effects The boats stood by until the vessel keeled over when the captain gave orders to pull away The boats became separated at night but at noon next day the mates liout was picked up by the steamer Myrmidon and the captain by the Chinese gun boat hi The men suffered some from hunger and exposure They were taken to Shanghai The vote in the French ehamler of deputies ou the pork tariff on Thursday is not necessarily final The govern- ment means to adhere to its original ilng American pork and propo renew in the senate its resistance to tho Hon report thereon committees Whitelaw Peid Luited States mi to France declines to discuss the ac tion amber of deputies and mere at he hopes fur the with drawal of the prohibition aiiii f a new market for American pro-Â¬ Â¬ turttier dwsiroil informal E ST JOHN General JOHN SEBASTIAN Km IICA430 111 TAR 01 D PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR aW ECZEMA Our Pork In France Send three two cent stamps for free sample cents008 Z THR OIDiSOHH price 50 -- SORES CROUP WOUNDS BRONCHITIS PILEr BU oe A I FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PUfa TAR OID CO CHICAGO lll Â¬ duce FLOWER POT BRACKET 1 It Can Re Made by Any fiood Rlarksmlth ami ol Any 81 T feign below i win dow floor It does to the win md would and is hung on a to bo ea sily adjusted and changed to dilTerent tions The handsome ccke scouring soap which has no equaJ for all cleaning purposes excephn rhe lcundryTo use ir is to value i-tis d solid Why it will clean paint make oilcloths What will SAP0LI0 do bright and LTive the floors tables and shelves a new appearance It will Yon can scour take the grease off the dishes and off the pots and pans the knives and forks with it and make the tin things shine brightly The wash basin the bath tub even the greasy kitchen sink will be as clean as a new pin if you use SAP0LI0 One cake will prove all we say Be a clever housekeeper and try it TEESE IS ITT BSVAU ZT DBTAIDBS S SAPefcHJop Cblcago III Is 76 Oes Loncstroat Very DX Â¬ - I f ft OO PFAUINF rCMlllJlC IR Â¬ Is bv Old Pevine 1st dam by Bolivar 2nd dam lalppa Foret hv Ned Forest 3rd WAVING RETURNED TO RICH dam l rockett 4th dam bv Traveller 11 MOM K A V N E mi hac derided to Jr is bcautitul bay 16V4 hi Rain u the buin and selling hands lKh heavy mane and tail 4 years - old good style and fine ction tate and the Collection of AcI will thank you lor your pttionfounts BO 0 o r ax I - te o 4VCI u in nun o rnct1 Wont Oiv U Bait The French war ship at St George bay refused to allow Americans to take or to buy bait there The consul haa telegraphed to Mr Blaine for instructions PraacaeT Charced With Cottatarfslttaff Rev Geo W Vancil living near Du quoin IIL is under arrest charged with 10 REWARD The Rii lin ond F6iG32siOsr id - V sla Ml Si t Light Ctmipa trd lor the ap- J 2C EAUBEE Props- t anv off All imp not nv breaking of the to do or nialicioulv M Is DKUjOAKI me - on Orchard treet be- ylrds Mre ocnnterident tha tUtx IDJ fne K q Raiirolld -- f SSSSSSW o- rassass Ms rnit by Ma a WUr OLMDLUMBEWBD making counterfeit money m m Hamburg American steamer Fucrst Bismarck passed Scilly at 430 p m Wednesday six days fourteen hours and thirty minutes from New lork the best time on record The Florida Legislature Adjourn Beat the Ocean Record itll m swss Mm FOE SALE The Florida legislature adjourned sine die Wednesday after electing Sen ator t an ami listening to an aoareus from him The Second Degr Wheeling W Ya the IMM SlTlS St soshsssa- - nulc colts lor sale at reason H H COLYER able p 17- - SI Has At jury in the Garrison murder ease returned a ver Â¬ ed The worms are tevkicg all the dict of murder in tha eoeoad degree sprouted staliso- j The statement was made at Washing ton Wednesday that Gen James B Longstreet is in very feeble health in Th Labor Organization Held Responsible y Athens Ga He has been so ill for Failure for the the past few weeks that he has given New York May 29 An addr Â¬ up work on his history of the confeder soon to be sent out by the executive ate war council of the American Federation of s Labor signed by Samuel Oompers P An Expril Clerk Weakens The American express clerk who was J McOuire William H Carney John robbed near Carroll la Saturday B Lennon and Chris Evans dinight has confessed the scheme was rected to the organized wage The address planned by him and has turned over workers of America It bewill open with this statement the stolen money comes our painful duty to officially inEsmeralda Gets Coal form you what you undoubtedly alA dispatch to the N Y Herald from Ac- Â¬ The ready informally know that the United apulco under date May 27 says Mine Workers have receded from their Esmeralda has frightened the authori- Â¬ position and declared the eight hour ties of this town to such a degree that demand of the coal miners off The at 6 oclock to night the Chilian war history of the miners strike is reviewed ship is coaling She will probaly leave ami the failure is charged to the Acapulco to morrow Knights of Labor to which the miners largely belonged The Steamer Charleston Coaling It is expected at the navy department Threaten to Bombard Valparaiso that the Charleston will spend two or Pari Mav 29 Dispatches received three days at Callao taking coal aboard here from Chili state that the insurShe should join the Baltimore and gents contrary to their promises now San Francisco at Iquiqne in three days threaten to bombard the city of Valpafrom the time of her departure from raiso In view of these threats the presCallao ent defenses of Valparaiso arc b In the th hurriedly strengthened w lottos still Th The contract for the superstructure ened city and in Paris it i beli of the cotton mill at Hnntsville Ala that the foreign powers will inter pt to carry haa been awarded to Hughes A Degas should the insurgci of Nashville for 106500 They obli- Â¬ out the threat of bombardment gate themselves to have the roof on by Gold Shipments for the Week December 1 9 Heideli May Nkw York 00003 Ickleheimer a Co have takes Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention The bill providing for a constitutional gold coin for shipment to Europe 1000 Total Satunl convention has passed both houses of urday OUt the Pennsylvania legislature and now total for vi goes to the governor Rualan Crop Poor mm The crop reports from the southern Desperado Lodged la Jail The colored man Patterson who shot provinces of Russia extending t 1 ated that several men before he was captured Volga are bad the general yield will be 40 per cent has been lodged in the Knoxville below the average Tenn jaiL Ate Their Victims Plenty Bona Acquitted A civil outbreak in the New Hebrides At Sioux Falls S D Plenty Horses was acquitted of the murder of Lieut islands resulted in the killing of 600 Carey the judge charging the jury to natives all the bodies being eaten by the victors that effect Drowns During a Gale Oerman Want Pre Grain 0 L Percy Ii J Stratton and Joo The municipal council of Berlin Slupp business men of Thursday approved the proposition Wis were drowned in that in view of the bad harvest pros- Â¬ by the capsizing of their boat during a pects the reichstag be asked for an immediate suspension of the tariff on Increase In the Public Debt cereals followed by an early abolition On account of of taxes treasury for p Cutworms Doing Great Damage debt Cutworms are doing much damage to appare growing corn and p ity of 0 la Many fii Fight-Hour-DaÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tents and provisions will be furnished those who attenl at moderate Immediately following the prices ten days convocation there will be held during July and August at Bethany Bible institute located on the convocation grounds a Christian workers summer Bible school CHARGED TO THE KNIGHTS Â¬ Secretary Blaine Wins Hon Ceo Uoachen chairman of tho exchequer in the house of commons Thursday afternoon gave notice that at a right angle and extend about 1 Inch from the wood work This proÂ¬ jecting part should have a S inch hole for one end of the pivot sups u tlng tho bracket The entire bracket can lie made by any good blacksmith and of A Nashville Theater Burned Tho Buckingham theater Nashville any desired size It can be painted to Tenn which was recently opened by match the wood work and will he found Fred Jones of Memphis was burned very convenient Orange Judd Farmer shortly after midnight Sunday Tho A Worth Considering building was a long narrow four It is well known that oil is commonly story affair Inaccessible except from if consumption the street and was completely gutted used medicinal has been proved that a people who slept in the house in persons It Fifteen had narrow escapes coming down lad- oil ha e in the treatment ders at the front in their night clothes an cure Why may it They lost every thing d to use this oil in tho not In meal more largely shape A Diminutive Calf t for the cows in Morris Hosier of Washington town- Â¬ than hen whole effort ship Hancock county O has a freak dairies out the last drop of fat from the of nature in the shape of a pe fectly de- Â¬ Raw cot ilk old veloped Jersey calf three months sed oil is cl ngh to use as which weighs seven andone hilf pounds if fed with the saraa so lib- Â¬ food and stands eleven and one half inches erally and pro uvd it would r high This wonderful little cow gamrt bols and sports around the corral drinks pi Henry and i out of a bucket and grazes like any rt herbivorous animal other He Had aa nbjeo German Grata Prospect Look here said a Sixth avenue Id in Ber At a council of m druggist to a boy who had come in lin Sunday it was agreed that no reason me out of the store and left the existed for the summoning of tho stoor open each time half a dozen reichstag to consider the grain tariff You must be in one afternoon The customs author a very careless boy I havo had to shut v noted at 200 marks and that in that door after you each time you have view of the favorable harvest prospects gone out it will probably be down to 1st marks I know it replied the boy within a few weeks Then it was done purponely on yon part Death of a Naval Engineer Yes sir My brother has patented a The death is announced of Chief En- Â¬ my object was to call at Â¬ gineer J lira of the 1nited doorspringand Put you one on for a dol Â¬ tention to it hip Alliance which ocdate lar which will shut that door a million curred at the United st N Y cog Yokohama May 11 The renaius were times and never skip a SVBBS Jpj interred at Lrakame Victoria Sealers Protest Went Down In a Hurries ne Victoria scalers have cabled to Sir Lake I linen in the government of rod has been the scene of a ter Charles Tupper their protest ag r ves- - the passu rible hurricane hnrticancand sea for a j house of coinm drowned all their ci sin--tioÂ¬ i Â¬ Â¬ the government will introduce a bill on Monday next which would enable the queen to provide against British sub- Â¬ jects catching seals in the Behring sea for a period the extent of wl ich will Ik stated when the bill is brought forward screwed to the casing should bo which are I aboutand lix3 inches turn ENOCH IWORCANS SONS CO NEW YORK THE WILLARD LATE ALEXANDERS I1 Opp C uil House iter V IioiiissN Lirei ille K oThoroughly Renovated and a w j J SULL1 AN L MARSIIAI nTns v i S3 so rjzsi- - W R LOGAN Manager ALEXANDERS HOTEL tlst K Improved NOTICE TO TUE PUBLIC Seventh and Market Streets Louisvills thev reserve the in at the sidewalk ky id rilt to run wati to the curb All other work such aLe Wiili IlYilrants Street Washers Market -- r Pipes liath Tabs Water Closets sc uibei Is left to t he de is 1 am a er of 20 vers expc carry on intage ot mond it will be desiring to take water or gas to call and ny line ot taaasag JO B A ER Hydrantst Reels iiitl II Btreel Wn his Gas STRICTLY m PM - v 1 lipir j5 tji Pare - Ready nixed Paint p Mr J I vsk HlrRory urove farm noun fier trying rye Etuueti r old any m I S W QUINNS OINTMENT j at as ard tie best preparation I haver I heartily recommend It to all Horatuuen hundrttU 0 As e ch UMinmniais Z We have ii Mm bottlelac stallroofdralstftirlt us Wfattebai If he r I 111 fii lu III iiiillllHIIIIIMlMiiliiii THE CLIMAX Climax Printing it- - full import Ui take this occa Â¬ signs of weakness still show theme sion to call attention to it Muhlenberg in one or two ipuirters the general con- Â¬ Echo dition of the country would appear to TIPTON Editor justify a ltetter feeling and the hope of No greater calamity cmilil laaffwa Ken Â¬ an early improvement in business ii it EDMUlt BY tucky than the alotion of the pvopMod were not for the very unsatisfactory state Co Conctitiitioii That there arv ginni jro- - of affairs in Earopa which still threat iaaMM in il btnw hut the Uingeruits ens the commercial stability of the G Whitf Cha I PnitLi ami the vR tora proviaioua far outnumber world The extent of the cri is of No hiiIiiIhts vember 1MB was far more scriou thepHl as the PISH VKAIt were outnumbered by tits tlieorist anil witlespreatl thai the public realis Vclrcsiay Jane 3 1801 dreamers mid lielieverjt in the doctrine ed at that time The shock which that the people are unahle la govern londoii had first lo bear baa extended tumiiuminalth to Paris ami Berlin antl its ramifications STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET theniselvc are making themselves felt everywhere The roHtMil toiislitution reduces the Barepeaa bankera are evidently an Y AlG 3RD iSil pnll Uix and as a matter of course oring to quell any further disturliaiices I t us hope thereby the ad valorem tax by mutual co oeration tax is more the tax on land is they may If the but until the uncer nM leas and if the pull tax is leas of course tainty in regard to their ability to do so the tax on laud is awe This is another shall have liecoine obliterated it can for atop towards getting all the burden of hardly be said that financial matters M C ALKOFD taxation on the fanner Keep on and there antl here have resumed their norot Lexingtor finally it will all lie there and we will mal state We must acknowledge that IRM- have a bankrupt country JMm County we are dependent uism Furopt for A JACK HENDRICKS purchaser to a very great degree and it ol Klemingsbnrg for a while at is plainly evident that The BVBfjaaad Constitution lays its least that market will be closet to our FOR AlIIITCR heavy and ancouth band on the house Â¬ securities No lietter evidence exist of L C NORMAN hold effects the stock and the iinple the anxietv bat abroad than the eager of B ments of the farmers the mechanic the Baal of the continental banks to attract laborer The ialqpjataa were too far old from this tptarter at a loss in an FOR TREAMUFR above and lieyond the peofieto lake ticipation of the withdrawal of thedc Jl S HAIE mitt of their necessities QMatioi of the Russian government at the of Mason revenue and taxation which in all the various centres It is thought that lu FOR KEilTFR OF LAND OFFICE Slates are properly left to the control of ropease have sold back to this country G B SWANGO the people in the General Asseinbly had all of their salable American stocks and ol Wool e no places in the deliU rations ol the Conthis fact wliich seems plausible only vention Cucinglt n CeaeaeeaataMk strengthens us in the belief that their FOR SITT OF PlBLIC I S TR ICTION purchasing power has gone for the time El PORTER THOMPSON The Con Con evidentlv thought Ken- lieing ol tucky had railroaJs enough and inserted It will n- interesting to observe the Ol v Ol RT OF APPEALS the provision concerning them to pre- eflect Which the cessation of the comA ADDMS vent the building of others pulsory coinage of silver dollars will prtr of Marriton The egotism of the Con Con Delegate tluce after July 1st From that date can lie oliserved by n civfll ITjadfaigoJ aiiy further coinage is left to the discrem oe- Are you for or again lthe proposeil new C institution Tbev tion of the Secretary of the Tr atiti imagine themselves exceedingly wise but the purchase of 4500000oun and thought tiny were the onlv set of silver at the market price will continue vote intelligently jaivl to Aii men qualified for the week How sadly monthly Against this silver bullion an Ailgutt tltttiuii on the at they will Ik- - disiLppointed when the new equivalent amount ol Treasury notes Gtmmjme X aa will te issued which it ia estimated instrument is voted down ii of uiking awny any will make ap the loss in the crrcalating Dr Arthur Yager of Jeorgetown Col medium which the rapid retirement of If so rata ic pnople il on ielivered a lecture last week licfore the National bank note is effecting The the faculty and students of that institulion of the coinage of a dollar ss the farmer wopoae to in Constitution of Ken- worth at present and 7S cents seems a tion mi the m tt r propottioa than tucky He regarded the document desirable act inasmuch as its indefinite eople rate for the medium lengti compared with the Con continuation could lead to nothing but stitutions of otier States Hethinks the trouble in the future The obligatory made some mistakes which monthly purchase of bullion appears and lbm W 15 Convention could lmt well have lieen avoided but on questionable enough but umler the housi Monday theCourt Ike whole he regarded the Constitution Act authorizing it the Government will nstitntiin ami one and belie red the people only coin new dollars suthcicnt to reSullivan against it aaagood and the State would lie ItciietiUet by its deem the Treasury notes as presented Timet antl as the coinage of silver dollars will railroad build- - adoption- - mine CORRESPONDENCE ehexton Corn 350 per barrel Born to the wife of Woodford Barton a eiil weight L I clothes ami all Mr J N Broaddus was a delegate to Lexington to nominate their Republican candidi Â¬ 150 Â¬ Immh iU lt grn Â¬ Mrs J N Droaddaa has letm nod home from visiting her sister Mrs Jtines Martin at Ixixington Robert Reagan is building a fine store Mr feet long by SS feet wide house Reagan is a fine ami a useful man Had a turnpike meeting at Edenton All the prominent turnpike men of mine county were present and C K Christian and J P Long of Kirksville but nothing definite agreed uxin A misunderstanding about the county ap Â¬ propriation Â¬ Tin the Kentucky Tr Horse Bleeders Association Lexii Kv for the fall meeting October 12 to 17 closes June 1 1801 The first is the Transylvania Stake for 5000 --MO class guaranteed lor trotting sta - and geldings eligible to the 230 class June 1 This stake is guaranteed to be wirth kovOOO Tl ever oK goes to the first horse No2U the ton Stake lorSdO stallions is the Woodburu No guaranteed the pretntaea we oclock p 8000 guar Â¬ theAtadministrators mon Stakes for of Thos S Bron ton anteed lor colts fillies and geldings foals deceased wid No 4 the Bonner Stake for of SS7 three y ceroids lX0 guaranteed for June Friday fillies ami geldings foals o for No i Lexington stake 2000 guaranteed for colts fillies ami Sell to the highest bidder that property join lviii between 3rd and 5U1 geldings foals of X ADMINISTRATORS STALLH SALEPeisfm -- 1433 ir A WORD TO ALL - By Gen V RECORD 247 m sire of Poem Wi CITY LOTS 111111 od I Lu- -- Hambletonian 10 jnd tlnm Nancy Whit M f ir rrtr - r I hf l nf 11111 Ol Seeleys American Star 3rd dam Nance dam of Lady Whitman 250 by Dutlands Pennsylvania Duroc dark bay 16 hands high black mane and Ulrt II Our stock is complete in all the very latest Novelties to be seen in the Eastern Cities A large and tail aiul weighs 1250 poui Will mak tlie season of 1S91 AT S40 TO INSURE A COLT at mv stable at the Fair Greeds RichH CTKAVNOR mond Ky 42- Handsome Line of Dress Goods both in Patterns and in the Pic our stock of Also ds ing the depot ing Of the State ok Ohio City of Toledo County Lt cas 1 s of RN I B R Agent -- sl EEDWEll Â¬ fi Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cholera is raging among our hogs We have prayer meeting every Sunday night The oat crop is a failure and young grass is burnt out reach at the Rev J T Wills will Baptist Church next Sunday Mr J C Black of foxtown is visiting or Mrs W L Johnson J T Henderson has quit merchan dizing ami is selling sewing machines N i Todd went to ix xington last week Nin is a Republican you land aljout Mr DotSOU Tharp died at the home of Jerry Todd after a long illness Misses Fannie Haris ami Myi tie Tipton are lining well selling hats and making - at this pmce It Â¬ makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Chenky Co doing bunincss in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor each ami every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use ol Halls Fsafk J Chenky 25 ELEGANT LOTS KING RIGHARD suitable fur residence or business pur poses each 5OBI40 feet A10 the best Â¬ Catarrh Circ FFANK J CHENKY Sworn to before me and ubocribed in serve my presence this 6th day of December TERMS V colt ia ed by Old KING RICHARD his dam Pharos by Imported One fourth cash balance in Peavire 211 dam ny Glencoc 3rd dam A D six twelve and eighteen months at six Phaeton bv per cent f with lien to secure deferred A W GLEASON King Richard is a model payments mai He is a b perfect disposition BRONSTON Notary CJ 50 antl chestnnt lo hands high w Mrs T S BRONSTON Hails Catarrh Cure is taken internally imparts ureat ileal of finish to his colts He out classes any bone we have and acts directly upon the blood and P S Persons desiring to purchase or seen as a uniform sire of high priced mucous surfaces of ihe system Send for An an inhorses out of ordinary mares inspect this property call on testimonials free He dividual he has few equals as a sire G W Evans k Son- F J C HEN E Y CO Props ToledoO has in id a recortl tl uiv of Real Estate Agts Bumam B Uing STONE V ARUICKLE his class ffeWSold by Druggi ts 7c 50 I Richmond Kv 44- 4852 Central Kentucky containing nearly one acre of ground with a switch leading into it Irom said laiiioad Sale will be positive and without rein Coal- - etir X This great individual and sin- ol priced bones will in at the stable of S 11 Stone on Big juke ne mile from Richmond at - llil WASH DRESS GOODS is complete 20 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when mare is parted with r otherwise when to another horse beautiful fabric purchasing with all the latest and mtt to be and you are certain pleased both as to qaualitv and pri Dont fail to examine our stock before WHITE K ALLEN K I 112 W Main St opp Court Boi L WARDROCER Louisville By Ulnver Tobacco Market IS 1SY1 ESVIII K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Preaching at Cane Spring Church Friday Saturday and Sunday last Misses Lillian Thompson ami Ella Tracy have been sick with la grippe Some are trying to plow again OH ac count of the recent rains but the ground Â¬ is very hard K R Â¬ Â¬ Baber has been visiting relatives at this place bis old home while here be gave us two sermons Mr Nat C Thompson and others went above on a lishing expedition last week and brought back one weighing twelve ami one weighing twenty odd jiounds Rev WAt i new and thereby In this connection the framers of the Richmond unty Ii so vote for the new Constitution have fallen into an error which is almost an alisurdity It provides that if any corsration shall lie lered nt guilty of bril cry in elections it shall if a er been more corjioration of this State forfeit its right lian that which the to do businetis in this State This jtenalty r From what will punish the innocent as well as Unlered it is guilty The public will be punished by the projxised penalty as much as the of fending corjtorations This is one of the IEFrEK AMI THK TAKlrT ns that oacht to lie amended at the first opiMrtunity Lmmmtk Ckmmereitd r of Kansas the third g eastern Keitucky an interview that irilb- - provided they They nnist lie just the difference le- and abrnad That Mr MiKiniey at kind of a protectionist Any iioiijli to let in a Numl of any in his view la but flu ecu wages here v he puts his average BO per cent t though a with freights added ia the ditlereiM itter of fact in a great gee abroad measured by product er man are But like other ato ll Vr will not see that entl still a good republican ii i ernr that the name inplu s Is he leading his party by a circuitous route into the old ire Laraa county will give a large majority against it Feeling this way we are not inclined to waste time in reviewing this ill assorted lot of words the opaca of the Wheel is too valuable to waste on a law ers folly It is unfortunate for the Stale that the same men are U try it again next September The Convention shonll ha e died with its work and a If however new Convention be called the Convention will go back next take the old Constitution eliminate that which is alisolete insert a plain open clause and submit it to the jK ople for adoption its past folly and tvotism will be forgiven if not forgotten Sep-teml- Â¬ Th WhttL it- Haiti MIT Ml H UFA LlNVriC y a few day ago a contributor bi the Farmers Home Journal called John lrlisle a lunatic and made much port of him Tl is wise man went up to Cincinnati to the Peoples Party Conven- and with other able com i mil inn called on M Carlisle Discussing the rnment ownership of railroads The readang ikhjiIc of Kentucky are posting t leinselvcson the situation and nine by the ti ne the election comes o tenths of the intelligent people of the Cominrii wealth will 1m staunch in their supiKirt f the new fundamental law The friends of the proposed law should however Certain keep their tyea op indications rause a battel that lam sums of money will lx- - diatribnted by the trust and monopoly managers among the ignorant class s esjiecially the negroes lo secure their votes against any change in the Constitution These fellows are tlcs erate antl will sjiare no pains or ex pense to carry their wicked entls Idtiurtih Srv Â¬ isissession of We have just completed a careful read ing of the new Constitution and like hundreds of others who have read it we failed o tint what we hat hoped the delegaes would submit to the people a Â¬ those proper ie by confiscation No that wouldnt be fair they ad- Â¬ mitted Then yoi must buv them And to buy them yen must iay for them and to r then you must tax yourselves Have you any idea how much it would rnment debt at the close more than ftfiftofia -- most thirty and we bat years in ng half of it The railroads tele- - telephone lines and steamboats aaate ahate jHiikni- itcl capital Four thousand dctl indehtetlness which ad Are you ready to tax - to raise this money Then e property are you after you ii ax vourselves to operate it for it never yet suciveded in boeiaeag at a profit oakta another effect Such a plan i perhaps 12OUJ0U0 men and women to the roll of Government ein- iow would you ever succeed in r an alministraiion turn ommand the more dif- ba to displjue it broke in one of them bjeet dont you think ng into too few ioney powi I u tit it is a bad sign replied But how are you going to By a resolution or by an ifgMHntv that w km aan earn an no response lien a man 00 that The visitors more grievances be basis of their revolt and leaded them with the ques be remetlied by answer was kid Kriu ELuots Tliere can be no doubt tliat the Con attempting to struineat ujon the peo- coultl not get ril of it for three generations or perhaps never ng will be ui one reason v irs document fully commensurate with the States progress during the last forty years The document contains several bad provisions but it advocates some reft Tins that have lieen badly needed for many years So Itsik pea the whole the Herald favors the adoption of tht pro osed Constitution baaed ujNinthe liclici in ian as feSSeVMBJISf that it is Utter than the present organic in as 1281020840 law of the State antl pea the further fact tnat by means of the iien clause Seduction during decade ait066938194 the most obnoxious features can be ex It is stated that the total indebtedness puuged Grand limit Hiriilti ler capita shows a ihvTraari hum f MM to tt4Sia 18B0 and that tl THK FINANCIAL SliTATION gregate surplus receipts of another de latuf e View if the Hoary World as Set cade like the one just past would re- Â¬ lieve the country from nearly all national Forth by Monies State ami county indebtedness could Fisher fc Shaw Investment Bankers they be used for such purpose Euro psaa nations whose debts in most Baltimore write as follow are steadily Daring the month of April there was a instances increasing dearth of iositive news In New York owing principally to the enforced mainthe stock market followed the expecta tenance ami evil effects of standing ar- Â¬ tions of those who hail been looking for mies all in the interest of pence must an early improvement in prices and iu be struck w ith this remarkable showing We can not omit ho notice the early the volume of business Since the first of Mav owing to various collapse in different places of certain causes a reaction has set iu and price associations called Iniud companies or get ricliHjuick of stocks have declined considerably concerns as they are Initiated upon a The continued shipments of gold to Eu named elsewhere roK have surjiassed most exjiectations ridiculous and delusive liasis they have and have constituted a disturbing ele- doubtless alisorbed anil dissipated many hard earned dollar ment iu the financial outlook Although a Short lived thy have reduced the bank reserves though many of these companies have they have not yet had any serious effect bean it would be difficult to ascertain ujin the general money market but the the full extent of the liarm they have uncertainty in regard to its future course tlone by attracting capita umler the - all business enterprise ami prepromise of exhtirbitant returns vents a full return of confidence so nec that a great deal of money which othei woulil have sought legitimate in etsary to the uninterrupted march of tiatie To he sure shipments of e landered is g it mildly setui natural at this time of the year when this country has no other way of The two burglars who went through the settling the balances against hei Later HOUSE NOTES dice at Bardstown Junction last on when the croj begin io go forward tuis loss of gold will soon lie made up 0 11 Clieiiault has iiatl remarka who look for an early improve- Hunter at Clay bly Rood hu k with his atallion th ville where court being in sv bjiiiiif Emperor Wilkes ment in stocks rely mainly upon the were at once indicted tried and luaiv- d harvests in Ai each and riftoO K each making itiary 000 ia and poor ones in Europe resulting given one year each in ti probably in a large exjiort movement The Kentucky Mutual Every day brings us nearer to tin U C Hogg has ltst Â¬ t 1 amount to about 500000000 by July 1st 1W1 the impression is that this stock will for a lone while lie sutlicicnt to meet all demands The monthly pur of the will chases absorb most present annual production of silver in the United States ami the withdrawal of this large stink from the market will iu the opinion of those who favor this Act tend to enhance the price of silver for which the pact an Increas ing demand froin silver using countries We are inclined to believe that the steady accumulation of such a quantity of this bullion will eventually have an adverse effect upon its market value The price may at lirst advance but it can not fail lo recede later on us the re- Â¬ sult of an over stimulated production At present figures there is no tempta tion ti send silver to the United States from abroad Raise them however to a higher level and America would become the unwilling consignee of must of the European stock in exchange for our gold The silver problem is by no means settled as yet In view of the uncertain outlook bankers still appear to Is chary of negotiating new loans Perhaps the most noteworthy feature in this respect at present is the formation of private industrial enterprises into stock companies Dry goods houses breweries factories in fact trades of all kinds and descriptions an- being transformed ami reorganised in this manner ami after the fashion in vogue in Knglaml for siii e yean past The shares are put ilium the market umler attractive auspices dividends being promised regn lrly from the start Many of these un Â¬ dertakings are doubtless ood ami will as long as their present manage ment lasts One mu t remember that the enormous stock capital represents to a great extent the original good will of the concern ami that it baaed upon present ami prospective profits which must naturally lie dependent upon iood man agement It is the ease with which earnings ami good will can be capitalized that oilers the only inducement to to share the profits of a well paying business with a namber of other stock-Â¬ holders An interesting statement in regard to National State ami County indebted iias been published by the United Mtatea Census Bureau It gives us the total debt less sinking funds of the United States States Territories ami Counties Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ qnack-med-iciiie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o Miss Eva Maupin is recovering after a brief illness Mr W I Backer who has been con fined all spring is improving Mr Casius Maupin who has been dangerously sick for some time is im- Â¬ s for the As our market since Januart amount to the crop ol 00 on our maiket to this date 4 The receipts this week have been materially improved by the recent han season but the market has not in ant is weakened under the increased oft All giae ot btrlcv continue firm at such prices a hnve been current for a ft w weeks past and this week developed the highest price of the caon for the but ley In iiig 2900 per 100 Some crop of iS counties in the Stale have been favored with good planting seasons in the week mulling in the setting of a libera percent ol the intended crop white olht r localites have had but little rain and have set only a very limited part of the crop The following notations burly represent our market for new burley tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 2 00 to 3 Coiorv Trash 40010 Common Lugs not coiorv 4 00 to 600 Coiorv Lugs 700 to 00 Common Leal Soo to 12 00 Medium to Gotnl Leafuoo to 1800 i to Fine Fillers iSoo to 300 Select Wrappery Tobacco 2 3 Durrelt ImisviHe To Wate Uo s on our market for tlu week just amount to jjSi hds with receipts tt z e D I Brownmont 1905 MIAMI AMI i y 5 x -- IBIWIII 16 h foa- it J r Dark brown Stallion ed May 2 1SS0 Bred by W Withers Lexington Ki T Â¬ Sired S 3D 1 toy Alrasat 33 by Mnmbrino Chief iilli by Robin Oi v 11 Tlie flew Pinning Mill THE MADISON COUNTY PLANING Mill WARDROPER Is now - J thini tlam dam thou tlam ti 7 CT by Imp Imp Mi J 0 THIS vet Pi 9 5- t t g o t broth ie heavv mane and tail of Mambrino ami is an ideal prize winner Short fine hack nine cor Jed legs and perfect disposition Aimont 33 the lire ot Brownmont dalian and he bv K HORSE is without a vice ami a tter Hss never been train Â¬ Like can show a inerrv clip Midway trial 220 and Aladdin h WALLACE Prop 1 thorougbij ami in es torning oat on EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MILL WORK DONE TO ORDER -- - 5 fiambletonian I 10 SUCH AS-- i by Mamhrino Chief L ilaln by Illol Jr He is the hire of thirty seven in the 2 dn ill li t o 216 Fanny Wilherspoon includini Westmont 2134 luritan Doors gash Blinds Mouldings Loth Lumber Â¬ proving Miss Smla Tate formerly a n sident of KtlR CIRCUIT CllCKT CLEKIl Cynthiana but now at Waco has made To the paopU of Madison County in ourrircleand Onion her appearance I bsn by sunoanoe niMlf CRtHJtdats for is highly pleased thereby tht- ulllt-ttit I It rk tif Ihc Msillnuli 1ircnit iniii in action of tin- Mvmocntl- Mr Yarda Taylor who has In en at k ni I hnve tending Hospital College Louisville is at ttttit-i- ltile It is triit ilcpnty for the paIn that a rieik uid borne for vacation He will return in eiml years tlits has but iu- better qualified in1 o iliMhai aje the Impuriant ami September to resume his studies tlttiitN tj Ha tiitiif As in how I have at tended In my Intie I refer tti the llmt s meinben of the bar liimois Juhms The young folks of this place went to I cite t tit mir the mouth of Drowning creek last Satur ah tilhei allehilaiils ahhtaliii-i-hieii- l ivan in liie 3ial tti my prevtou rs jtiuj reMBvctrailly aafc my felloweltl Boat riding ptit day on a lishing excursion yeiis stippuri as the thilies tf my othee was the feature if the evening as will initriil me trum Buklnsaa thomuha naiiy as 1 daalre Thorpe w ill testify Most gratefully Â¬ 1 tÂ¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS a ST 2i74 220 E - C3 m - o - a e a w Q O Aldine 2 and grand he have produced 36 Winslow tears old 31 J- 4 ili sire and Early Rosa ol Be sire of 31 marcs that Shingles Hough and Dressed bjr mill is immediately on the K and communicates bj switch runnii pertonueii B Richartl Asbater 2 t Catchtlv -- it - 3 S c- c- - I a M O -- T He and thirty others men ons that have nireii In all there are 31 230 perlormci sctinctl from Aimont by Mam BROWN MONTS latdsa brino Chief the head of the gr We hriMid mare family in the world thu find m the veins of Brownmont the M blootl ol Hambletonian and Pilot Jr hacked up by a strong in lrtasurer 220 ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED WE ARE ALSO CONTRACTORS XWli v AND I v BUILDERS X - funion ol EL 5C C2 M since he UONGEKNltiti Lawyer- - FAKSIElia W S H II What is your occupation 1 live Then by my pen Witness No raise b you are an author 1 11 - a THORPE lit Clerk tt Ihe Mtdlan lrt toi mil suhjeet it the action ttf the Democratic party It ii IM 111 uf Speedwell ia a candi date hit- llritui lunil Clerk ttf MadlMMl etiiiiily subject lo the iictiiiu of the IK11111 ermttc party MV MIIlKK t aiulilale ftr Â¬ - s o ihree years olt a iii track work and no chance in ntucky he should make a great tock wpas thoroughbred BROWNMONT has been in you have a house to bail hone BROWNMONT wil make the at mv stallc- 2 p flAHTSH8 UiilimLrf Lick and 1 miles from faint miles from Silver Creek at S20 to Insure a Mare in foal msible for accii - RICHMOND PLUMBING Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond CO Ky John A Thompson tc Son delivered to Tabbei Gahskill 50000 pounds of hemp the past week for which they received the low figure of 1 iier hundred- Mi Sit rling Advocate YfafJs 4MB0 ft v Dk W Ball VmUACI Cv W bHH Fox t Rite shipped UJ bead of cattle to Cincinnati Thursday and sold them tor cents per pound They have been slopÂ¬ ped at Millers distillery in Garrard and averaged 1050 DaurilU Adcua Richmond Court Auctioneer Bush re jKirts Chi oomtnon cattle on sale with do trade at all A few small calves changed bands at about i to 2 cents kt pound 300 sheep on the market with no trade for them Plug horses sold from s 00 to 6000 tiotxl horses in demand with no offerings Small crowd for June Court A very dull Court day The farm of the late Owen C Ctz near I lonerail containing il7 acres was sold publicly on Wedoasday last and porebsa- 1 til by Creigbtun of Omaha Nebs ht u re Mr Walton of Bixmm county was the contending bidder other Woml bidtlcrs were Col Milt Youii Brosraiaa and Mr Cojrfe The farm is considered one of he best in the rjtatc It was formerly owned by Col Milton Hamilton of this county 1 1 Sanitary Plumbers Steam WE CARRY ad LIN1 Has A FULL Gas Fixtures of Every Description OXE ENJOYS Both the method aud resulta 8WpWf when 8LasSJjSisTr Sr Â¬ SHORTEST AND ty lcKtsr JETWEEN INCLl DING- - 10 Â¬ In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ex--in- tern effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in I action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it Ti mi to all and have made it the most Kenticky Statk Weathkk Sekvh e popular remedy known IS lO olKKATION wirn THE C Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Signal seuvk e posthe a eek bsd-and 1 bottles by all leading drugino May 30th 1MH Any reliable druggist who The past week has sliown a conibina- - gists it It lelMuir Ulili li aOM may not have it on hand will pro- li it itii l It il cure it promptly for any one who generally very detrimental to the iirojjress L wishes to try it Do not accept any 1 here wiisa arLe a Tons ol licicntv substitute in hsaiMIISllllll and tlie iiiulits wereabnor CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO mally cool for tlie season During the SAN FRANCISCO CAL last three tlays of the week considerable LOUISVILLE Kt HEW YORK NY rain fell but it came mostly in tlie form of light scattering showers and while some sections were benefited by them in others the drouth still prevails Cloud weather prevailed throughout the week which fact in some measure neutralized the bad effects from the r of rain Continued reiiorts are received indicating the presence of rust in wheat This with the effects of the drouth will proAND bably curtail the crop considerably Tobacco plants are being set in some localities but in most places this work is prevented by the dry condition of the soil Plant are plentiful sad of excel lent qaslity Com is not as yet very promising the dry weather has retarded Hunting and it is coming up very unevenly Abundant rains will bow- The niMire the accost Of the corn outlook for fruit is better than was antici- Â¬ pated some time since as the damage - than w from stip- l Berries are especially plentiful our PRICES V MLE 1k ior Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts fently yet promptly on the Kidneys and Bowels cleanses the rra- ii 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 posit cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded FOR SALE BY Thousands Cincinnati and Frankfort Only direct line between Chandeliers BATH Brackets Stanards Globes Rubber Tnbing 4c Frankfort Georgetown Paris and Richmond - To Omnibus Transfer VIA KY MIDLAND TIBS AND CLOSE JENKINS GLOBE VAL 8YPBON8 A ASK FOR TUKKTS hot w Trains run by Centra Standard Time Time Table December 15 iS3 A M I P M Small Hydrants and Cose tor Yard and Stre You need ntit go to Cincinnati or other of he laU r j M TRAINS EAST Ko Kg 00 13 No 13 12 Mixed 7 BrooKs Ford Lumber Â¬ Middelton Iv Frankfort ilpniK 5 45 3 3 n full stock round 6 07 JO 34 6 55 25 13 43 t 07 2 35 a 4s 3 5 4 4 i I MTg F03D KY Co enircvillc Ar Pans K 711 7 05 20 31 lEHIIMOM 33 PLDIBIX0 G 10 JB- - 22 1 4 5 7 7 11 5 1Ll MBEa - Winchester- Ar Richmond A i p ia 27 10 m 6 37 15 DR G W EVANS W EVANS M P U PRICES OF LUMBER ON CAS AT Bill Stuff 3d 16 TRAINS WEST Win- WE KEJbP it and under per 2d Com inch Mi 1 timotid via K hc slcr 6 10 7 15 3 30 8 50 g oi 9 54 10 19 10 to 10 4 10 00 6 12 30 GWEvans 4 Jon HEAL ESTATE 3 40 o 50 7 50 entrcvtlle 00 6 50 3 7 10 00 4 50 5 5 35 7 7 S5 Tinware Stoves Sheeting 1st 2d j round horn Ar Frankfort 7 7 7 MIS rinihhing Flooring and Ceiling Â¬ 22 50 18 50 15 7 55 8 10 8 15 1 COM KY in 3J No 1 Dressed Weatherboards Trains daily except Sunday GEO HARPER Gen Supt 00 Vernon Clark Gen Paa Agt RICHMOND Buy sell anl exchaiie Roul Btiate wA Real Estate ainl eneral colleciiou business List your property at once for February 2 3 General Office Frankfort Ky 10 1 00 75 Â¬ HARDWARE Lath 3 5 Sisaa Thrashsr for Sale jxiwer For JSctio lots 1 discount of 00 per except Pickets and Delivered prices made known on application AdtlrtM Il - 8fcjI Car FORl 47 46 LUMBER CO Ford Kv Thrasher with u horse First cla and 36 inch traction Enyiue In good repair itor Ten JOHN GRADY S2- Kirkeville Kv Paris Icb Manufacturing ad Ui gJW St St- - tajaij zz REMOVAL I k JCOLO 3 TO RQ ha Mr A 1 Â¬ Â¬ Renfciag of Tinware t LowRfttes 2 lii5 Smith and thing B2raBBBBBBBBBBBBBBP2BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBajlBlBalOPf will do all W Carriigo Rcpairins PaiEtiaff Trim miiig 5cc prosiptly and to order Nothing but the PRIItfCIPAL OFFICE PARIS K RICHMOND KY BRANCH OFFICE DEPOT J S BLOUNTS GROCER M grip The This country is Hai anges of temperature at all in the 17 yt itting a repeal by the next seasons that a favorable state of affairs it has paid enacted Legiti ot cxauiiuexl is being offered here by some t lie new Const i t uiiite future lead us win lJald ant wiu w Bridgeiorth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ ing Stoves 11- - - J P W L DOUGLAS CLAUDE SMITH CO the section to deter- - 3 jBHOEjgf Jack FREEMAN n A ISt MaWM TH0R0U6H TEiEAWt rrt TMin it IMTRWTM uMWMmm HI rre ItriCBsM aTaftTS at MW aEErliU SIWtTHUD the isvait 4 amrriw laBBtfflUL TW wwim i SmWWW If StrmL CATAlit THE CLIMAX Veaaesday to Sev n T J Tb Stereoptieea June 3 1891 lion would inoh him for killing a mid man fr inly D excellent Deputy irison- - PERSONAL prayer meeting and money pur- - The Ladies Delighted to morrow eveniiw forlorn iiiinrf n wHrd lx of lace planusl the scenes iu a lnwt nla way his 111 Ftted by oaSp 01 Wtvketwer will Inrtiaftor close n UVIlt train fr ll tto r nnati ut his n tor Montgomery autl is nuw ami rliild -- iimlay aul ind ted 1 nwasg BhA June 4th siiiera - Jnl je - XI in r the orator - of Um lsy Imilding a new grwcrj t to DM former He will bloom oat about next i i ark ami wife have ieoil- - 11 rsoss of No 21ft Main lo Farmers National hand door rwav thedek Ratal mlier they turn to vt i the people llier Ki and limond M Ceme Iiiihry Madison Female lnxtitute iiiimencement eeupied At 10 oclock to day in the Christian Kennedy and Mr K ll P laimer Church the commencement exercises of the lantern T round the world in 80 nn an1 Address s8 Susie i Stuarts class Bight by Kb of diplomas and rf urfew in medals ith that view pNet Of pupils who receive medals lor uality Missis lllie Baldwin Ieiia fctnl btafcj Trans Berkley Bessie Bond Florie Chenault John lie- - Hallii Pearl Gentry Mary ien- Kl John try Corimie ieiitry Grace Ihuke V i sie Hockaday Mavme Hart Madge Hart ilk Fr ii 1 ollie McWilliains Emma Middleton B rm to Minnie afoore iarnett NiehoK EMella 800 Win Powell Poynt Tommii Phelps Kva Kevnolds I Aimer to David Cra Kiee Leonora Bice Kdna Schlegel 11 TriiKtim lr Mm nidt lVmie Stone Ray W Keller tS40 K Strong lJernie Taylor i race Taylor Bath J Milli Anner to Taylor Helen Terrill Sallie Tevis Maty I T Wells to v Tribb Turley Nannie Tudor W Q White to It B Birdie Turner and Masters John Turlev and Tom Pickets Only those pupils who Twere enrolled iu the literary department none ne Rales of land is that of Wal- - were offered medals for Bdeltiy to duty I il win 112 a In this department there were 1S2 pupils LnntertoJ F Lanter 137 which have not beea absent fixjm Y F M II 1UII Chapel exercises in the morning or any VIM ii V T00 Phil Roberts to Wm I them This we reacres 3190 J W Green to gard as a very remarkable showing tllOO Fannie I Miss Maggie Powei 971 re-r T Nicholas 7 acres 1500 a medal for highest average Wm Newhy A In Primary Department tiracc Taylor 1000 dal for highest average M 60 Following is tie catalogue of Art Good Speakers Sttldc Tin ion of Central lSTIIICK PilKNAM ted in the Cliap The Knd of the Day Iniver ng at i oclock by Kev 3 W II Lexington one of 4 - m Kentucky the til PjNlll V M C A will lie addre Ann delivi ihtciikk y Prof Henry 8 Font Wl ii and t man ltd of the Daj Literary The addi 1 1 I was b Prof McClintock is attending M F I and the corner stone was laid by Mr Vaught with approoi niiies commencement on the evening of the after tin Miss Alma Hagan is visit of the regular prayer meeting The rd at Harrodsburg building is now going up and will Mis bird strei mpleted Thin is a move in the - in Missouri visit ii right direction and will meet a loi s Pattie Yates of Trentoni Mo Is waiit in that part of our city ing numerous relatives here In our religious items will be found a Dr Phil Barbour sjient Sunday with niitig next week of Rev his parents Dr and Mrs L i Barlioui D L V Moffett of Richmond K Miss Susie i Stuart the Misses Bond Many h in the Episcopal church and others will go to Mammoth Cave of our readers will doubtless lie surprised this week to heai of this gentleman as a preacher M Sett then a very young Mr Monday and wife of Nicholasville peat several day last week visiting rebv- - man came from Lexington his native city to Mt Sterling niitl studied law in this city The Pleasant effect and the perfect safe- We Are SEghtly Disfigured lth ty with which ladies may use the liquid fruit laxative Syrup ot Figs under all conditons make it their favorite remedy It I pleasing to the eve and to the taste pontic yet effectual in acting on the kidneys liver and bowels Coke For Sale An excellent quality of coke for sale the new jas works Price i M N DRIGGARS Supt Richmond Water and Light Co 40- U Stil ii k Ring To prove it we have re opened our New York Restaurant and Confectionery ia rhe large and convenient store room lately occupied by Mr B W Turner next door to Farmers NaHonal Bank We want money and will have it by sacrificing tir stock for the next two weeks at We are selling Candies of all grades at 20 per cent below cost including the HH THE NEW GROCERY FIRM S- H1GGIH- -- HERHD0N I yon want to buy a Sulky Surrey Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor he has the latest lx st and cheapest 5- FRENCH HAND MADE AT 20 Cts heretofore 40 cents STICK CANDY 3 lbs STAPLE AND FANCY for 25 cents Littles Barber Shop Kemoved George T Little has removed his bar nop down street lo the house formerly occupied by Sanders cigar store secHe ond door from Henulons corner invites his old patrons and the public generally to call Customers promptly waited upon Everything clean and first 2 cias and the bet of work done Â¬ Â¬ F WECKESSER -- him Oueenswire aw CO and KMfV Msssnatvi Mr J K iott returned last week from a visit of a month to his mother and friends at his old home in West Virginia theorliceofJudgeJil iie - t I Â¬ i H Ie in old sun i absent three II kill the if the will come home Talt r M by I Nannie Happy Thought lav- Dw Hon Boyd Win nd Louisville a man of Ti a ann brotlier of Mr Ed of iiniand in Chilian at 10 and the speakers modal u lay night iiimenceimiit WA The people of Kichonai kladiaoa illy inVi snect- fount o further invitation should be in of u Miiniii Lena In i Baasu Di oiky he will lie heard from Taj t I the Purtrnt Uni- Â¬ r arrived from the versity Monday at 10 a and will lie found with will In- - delivered by B Taylor at the old John of 70 M 11 Caioik Fakiey FioKini Giaeoa illow Suinmer Da IKN D A - Y sent a aw i oils llrookstiiwa es a Boom W X Capertoa met the eople their ilained to them the school houf u est M stn t hav- louse I turnpike fn tili it barned Milo ly way of the Martin loved McCords gate ri shock to that the county ha ived to the per mile He pointed out the advantages of the ailed the ball to rolling by of roan llent W M Ii P lit loll to Ilicli- a be putdi swelled tin ii droppe ked it up Squire JoUnj Andrew Tuntin and brother gave I hanks lo thr K I irk that he re hundred when the would gi r the ward his h the Win wn a hundred l partmeiit to Ri and and is i Wm Bromhack each subscribed oscriptioa made Pretty miles of jiike Fiom the hundred t Kimlerj aid le given 8 K Bald- hv the pupils of Miss toeeehii i iiii iUMK lead Lame Marine B C imorc Haobkh j y 1 kiiik I I J11IA J xi- t Frank k Iiiiaio d Mine win 1 needed one ie and an much little children ted a dance of material v bj Mrs W C Talbott few ii daughter of the late Dr French and she Laws KiiliTlaiimiiit 300 in her in lion to that her husband has given ii grounds ilnrs- - The road will be a noble work lor the a much hat women v their mind do not aim ly with sprniL bonni I Ukatii I Mirn ir exclu- - Mas King Sea M niueiit Married ia I Katie Douglass J i t John Pni- - gave ti Mr Talbott will lie way and material lerably di the road runs a mile along his rich creek bottom but In fact all is a cheerful giver e MlNNlKMoOKK ic I uriiin lick liberally and readily the 1nrtrnt Mirror Girl Iistcl iilrvant Florence Har-- and ingall he could Kinnard l that cmintrv never slw Mary L Green A P men come so bravely to the front The mtha Miller vvil be built of iilitor of ti Katiiikkn Oak in W PovN Thr KiiH Jirl Park man Bell of Lssns-On ol the Ocean V wax and Eva Kk the Southern Lnm- ville sn en all branches of the 1 View this cotin- iiipanv rurk He sal t came to liichmonl and secured from A aeo coi iesMindent Judge Rices warrant or the arre t of one lie did not like it out in the with B the River If any returned hving to - him it will have to ceof the sheriff and prior ei of other officers Deputy Jailor Summer Day pastel Park was requested to make tht N Mailiin- - Kusiiiss A ais Taking the warrant which war ry havelieon out of ded by Bell he years in Garrard county that of of i Scar ud cl reapers where lived a brother then wtc ing ti Mm 0 IE PoWBBS They call atti lilioli of the seen in the yard and llell identified l y now on hand and of the Thames 15 Roberts he hating on the stolen Dream ipproacfaed and Park told Uog and Bird will pve the public furth- warrant for Klowtr ipe Girl incerninj allteel harres- - li B RoU rts that he bad a him and to consider himself under arrest Mirror ill know n to the publi Kva Row I to draw a Rob Corn and Apples lark ordered him to stop or be t rapes him and tired two Found brad would haVI ape but he did not with a small pistol last week a man wab found K Btm k at tin try to hit the fugitive Uer o At this moment the brother Canaan In Loveipe Hines biaucb ailed to 1 B to give him the this county The corpse wan Eva Phbuu at the same time helping D B Portrait and greatly swolen The oaan took of age and ipirciith lnrtait Park in Iv 130 or 140 ticuudg Alberta Sea No marklight t Park Park Buried on river bank Mirror ami fin mid lie found and nothing 1lUIKY tt Kolierts striking the tree and arance iark then said iked to a in hid home in I He 1 1 A - Our Assistant Alitrui Grl inter - I X v Berts ComsieHcfBifMt He usual bms 1 Jena l -- 4th rht to Uieh- v I0 at an - and bui W Moss Park Jin F Mirror TlILIE TltlHHLE MlNNtE P W lames F Flaniniy a merchant 01 Platte City Mo nis found dead iu bed t3ae at 8c Joseph Mo one div lust week THIN COLUMN 7 D Million Richmond Coal Iron and De- Â¬ cond wife wasMiee Now removeil to RACKET STORE We presume from the inline of the of Madison county velopment Company tween Farmers National Bank and Shack Madison Perkins died at Baldwin station Fi oitonout on the Three Forks eltbru and Gentrys Hardware Store Madison county Ky on Sunday night railroad that pi u ill be expected Lai Article i Be it known to all men May lst 1861 aged probably 85 years that the to jump oir as the train pal dersigned Geo S Moore Lew Ky and B Paralysis supposed to be the can Stephen D Parrish A J ellen Davies A Richmond grocer bought from death Born and always lived in the vi Reed Wm G White and W W Mason IhmIv under 1 neat sun boimet a gallon have associated themselves together as incinity in which he died ol lard lie peeped into it and it corporators and for themselves their asso ciates and successors have formed a cor white and nice he decided to take it To Dispel Colds On under Chapter 56 of the General home with him He paid for it and she and the amend Headaches and Fevers to cleanse the Statutes of Kentucky Thai is in the Big Hotel Glyndon Fire We wits to call for the bucket She hasnt effectually yet gently when cos Â¬ ments thereto which corporation shall be svstem wen first out of it we snored in a hurry It was clablier known as and named tive or billious or whtn the blood is imami SLIGHTLY soiled a jreat many goods Central University commencement IRON AND DEVIL to permanently cure T11K RICilMOSn COAL pure or sluggish Left goods all riilit but wrapper- - soiled OIMKNT COMPANY will not be favored with a baccalaureate habitual constipation to aw alen ike kid Â¬ Insurance Company paid us lor wrapper- sermon by the Arch Bishop of Canter- neys and liver And by that name shall have perpetual to a healthy activity withFresh - CI You can iret the goods mav r3 frc bury nor with an address to the Lit out irritating or weakening them use succession may sue and be sued M have a common seal and alter the same at 35 terary Societies by Bismarck nor will S rtUS may make contracts and trans- Â¬ pleasure rap ot Figs the Czar of all the Russia deliver the fer property pose ing the same powers Ditrch t diploma but the people who backed the in Mich re- nate individuals now Murtmi Stuck tarn be sold at enjov mav estahlih by laws and make institution with their money will be Mr G VV Morton ofJacksonville III and regulations deemed expedient rtPT4 there You will take notice that we do writes Having hern trying for two all rulesmanagement of the affairs of said prices lor the to remoe a Windpuff on back part v one word al out Center College corporation not inconsistant with the Con Come and see what you can find what of front ankle hae used everything that stitulion and laws of this State or the 43 It will pay you I could hear of but done no good et prices you need The FULL MEASURE 44 A Call 45 trial box ot iiinns Ointment has Art 2 The said corporations princi Collboi Hill May 30 18BL it to nearly disappear send one bottle pal place 01 shall be in Rich and DOWN WEIGHT soon as possihle it Editor Climax ut mav have a branch mond Kentucky -Kentucky office in the cttj of Louisville We the DennH rats of this end of the Last Reward Art 3 The gineral nature of the county call uKin W W Combs to make k lace and businei A square box conti shall be buy the race to represent Madison county in pair of silk en A G ing and leasing from and selling to any in 50 the next General Assembly We know Woods Drug Store and Mss Pauline dividual or corporation M t and We are crowded for room Need money mineral right- the mining and selling of him to be a man of undoubted honesty Smiths badly and will sell poods to gel it Will at coal iron and other mineral- - the manuApply 53 Liberal reward and integrity and one who could not be L COLEY CO make it to your inter it Climax office facture and sale of coke iron and lumber influenced from the paths of rectitude and other products and the quarrying It you need 4J A Mitliaiiical Wonder and a man who is able w tiling and always f stone and to en 56 merchandise n buying ready to strike in defense of anv prinThe Decoration Day issue ot the Alba tor natural generally ciple he believes to be just and right a nv N Y Telegram will be the SUtioDery gas il salt and other mint rats the man who baa stood upon the rostrum original unique and popular paper evel ing of natural gas oil and oilier minerals time an again and plead for the prin-Â¬ presented to the American public Noth- to any individual it ion towns or the sur we have what you want and goods worth ciples of the Democratic party A more ing like it ever attempted bv a newspaper manufacturing veying and laving off of towns and the 63 determined energetic and better qualified in the nineteenth century As a mechan the money To close out our line of High the building of improvement of the same man Madison county has not Milk or ical wonder and a military literary library tram Grad Spectacles we will sell them to sary for operating the com We are building an ICE FCTOU right swim he will not shrink from his duty there will be nothing to even compare panys below wholesale cost We want tl vjur car sell the uoid or ciihe for and we believe him to be the equal of with it issued in this countrv It will be any man the Democratic party could printed on red white and blue naper and same in other corporal Art 4 The amount of capital stock select for that place Having heard lead- consist of 16 pages If there is no agent of saici corporation authorized is five hunin ing men from all parts of the comity ex in your town you can have the paper dred thousand 500000 00 dollars di 72 into shares of one hundred dollars ire that he should make the mailed to you at 5 cents a copy it and look and you may find some carh which shall be naid in money labor race we earnestly urge upon him to and the ertv such installments and at such With The Art Amateur for June lSo tiling you need Take pleasure in showing announce himself as such and manner as lie Hoard ot Direc is given the first of a new series of facand pricing goods We were the first in Many Di -lay require but the said amount may simile studies of Landscape in water he increased to ten million dollars by a the great fire first out ot it We were colors This reproduction may be left to vote of all stock issued 81 A Call the first to have our losses A ST 5 Said corporation may sell all peak fot itself for most certainly no will v first to open up tor business behind in May SS ism BranwsLL price not We do not claim the bead mechanical imitation of an aquarelle that or any part of its slock at any share and 82 nothing except prices and insurance an twenty five dollars a Editor Climax trade because th- been offered to the public will surit when issued said stock shall be folly paid While we are ousting about for pass it Even the costly products of the and no liability assessable Representative timber to be elected in most famous French color printers cannot up and non to anv stockholder by reason shall attach August next to the General Assembly beat it without any question of the differ- of his stock having lieen purchased at less value we desire to call attention to the fact that ence in price ind will h The subjects is A Grfkn than its par The business of said corpora Art 6 many Democrats in these parts would e Lank after a sketch by Khoda Holmes we are shall be managed bv a Board of Di tion with gratified to cast their votes for our neigh- Nichoils comnosed of not less than nve rectors mattt bor C L Searcy of Waco whom a majority shall The text includes Society of American stockholders of a quorum in the absence ot a Mr Searcy has ever been loyal to Artists 92 by Malcolm Bell Flower constitute Democratic principles is capable honest Painting by II C Gaskin the first of by law to the contrary Said directors shall be elected on the third Thursday in Inscription UTW ist formerly Hotel 95 conscientious candid oouserrativt that however an important sciics of paper on water June annually provided you will Glyndon Drusr Store in section one 97 successful merchant a good farmer of color painting How to Sketch Paper the incorporators named their suc sh ill serve a such board until the people and for the people and is just the Chicago Art Institute concluded 99 No Ice With Sawdust On It upon the disare 100 the kind of a man that would work for the and special articles en Tapestry Painting cessors of elected and enter charge their d Mr good of the Rsijile in and China Painting in most water colors Art 7 The highest amount of cor ind h Many Ih A double page sheet of Crayon Studies debtedness or liability to which said poration may at anv time subject itsell 4 alter famous artists and an exquisite photo shall not exceed one half of the paid up Dr Charles L klaaou formerly of this of a bust hy Herbert Adams capital stock c Tjrrvat inlerenee can you iraw county a son of John H Mason one of reproduction Art 8 The shares of stock of said are specially noticeable illustration 108 ptadsl Eaz- the proprietors of the Mt Sterling Advoon the the fallowing siort The Supplement Designs includes a coi poration shall lie transferable 9 Mid killed at his home in books of the Company but a written asno cate v liah sentences superb altar cloth Wood Carving Designs sssssttH BBsssv signment on the hack of the ceitilicate by in Kingston New Mexico last Friday The t ts Uasal 3ssssv9 4 112 and a quantity of China Painting Di the owner shall be binding as between inng an Ice vv are fflrvsf Is 1 1 fisS 113 particulars of the killing an not known I hree of the dividuals and others 1M writing further than he was killed hy Patty Thum at this Art 9 The private property of the Series of China Hales in gold and incorporators and stockholders shall he Wholesale 7 II Vf c mtrJ by a drunken desperado named James A Ribbon colors are also given exempt from coi mjrate dehts and liabili who had abandoned bis wife with Hiler CO Marks KICH Montague ties cents OTV Price 35 Mt Si Mason boarded whom Art 10 The Roaid of Directors shall Union Square Editor and Publisher 23 elect from its memhers a President and New York it - 1 121 Vice President and from the stockholders Q RELIGIOUS The popular writer George Parsons a Secretary and Treasurer and General Manager and may employ such agents Lathrop author of An hVhoo Passion and assistants as may be necessary to con- Â¬ One Cent per pound and special prices in car load lots to Dealers Afterglow attrib duct the business of said company and l6 Regular services at the Episcopal Newport l7 utes the complete novel to the June nuiii the Uoard ol Directors shall fix all salaries evenchurch every Sunday morning and same The story and compeiisaton and the of the shall be ing and every Wednesday evening tfMSS ber of Lippincotts Magazine iaH services in proport on to the value nd it is the rendered and the Treasurer shall execute is called Gold of PIi 9 Regular services at the Second Presby most interesting and most dramatic story such bond for the laithtul discharge of his terian church every Sabbath morning and as mat e presi ri ed by the Board has come frees the pen of Mr also on each Friday evening that veiling and may fill the ofLathrop It is a tale of love and adven- of Directors One person fices of Secretary and Treasurer 115 1 scenes that shift from the quiet nd IJD a Kev Dr Harriett of lxxington will ture with r 11 Deeds of convet ancc surroundings of a New England seaport transfers by said corporation of stock hed 1 We offer for sale privately the two pleach the liaccalaureaie sermon oeiore town to Ceylon in other corporations or other property 37 It storv brick store house No iio formerly shall be executed by the President attesttb graduating class of Central Lmver- at pn occupied bv T S Bronston 139 Ruy your ice from the Richmond Ice ed by the Secretary and the corporate TlicOiilv Coal Yard in Town It no next Sunday occupied by B W Turner 4 seal shall be affixed to such deed or instm 141 Manufacturing Co 4S 18 privately will offer it at public sale ers of the Salvation Army ment of transfer k Richmond last Saturday and held On Friday June 12th 1891 Art IX Said corporation shall comLost mence business as soon as fifty thoussnd M3 Sunday evening on tiie com This Hiv 01 Bronston lot sale A Moon stone Pin set around with dollars of the capital stock shall have been Only a square from the Court House tin mon mar the Court Hoes o suit will bo si pearls was lost between First and Second subscribed for and ten per cent thereof You Jont have to send away out to the purchaser For Mr McGuilv of Nicholasville Streets on Main dext M5 Finder will please re- paid up and it shall commence hi s IS 146 G W i preached the commencement sermon turn Same to this office and teceve re- on the 0th day of June 189I and termi 47 ive tear thereafter unless 4 Chri THE Rli Institute at the ward ot 1 10 ived by a two thirds m 49 f Town GcaJ DelWered last Sunday morning Sue Bkxxbtt stock of its members as reMiss 4Svote of the quired bv law B S are holding a pro- Thereof we have hereunto In t The Richmond Ice Manufacturing at Elizabethtown Quite corporate n Second Co propose to sell the best Ice as low as Have in stock a Soft Coal and Anthracite an ii and a ion for water Coal Iron and Develop the lowest 45 20th day of May tbe have join Nut and Lump Coal he tap w 54 The Ice Factory asks lor your patronEld m will fill the pulpit D Parrish A 56 age See their 45 iiireh Li ne Baxter of Spears Miss Katie Payne of Athens and Miss Stella Campbell of Mississippi are taking in the Commencement Misses Pearl Corinneand Mary Gentry entertained a number of their young friends Saturday evening to meet their grandmother Mrs Thomas J Gentry of Station Camp Judge Scott returned home on Mon day from his Paris court The Judge had to impose a fine on two recalcitrant lawyers during the progress of the suit Hon Curtis F Burnam and son Mr T S Burnam will leave in a few days for a grand trip to Alaska by way of ago Denver and Bait Lake to return by way of Winnipeg and St Paul Mr Curren Johnson and bride of Danville III are visiting his uncle Dr C C Smith at Waco Mr Johnson is a son of Col Richard II Johnson formerly editor of the Messenger of this place Rev Mr Vaught returned home on Monday from Asbun where he preached one of the commencement ser mons and left on Tuesday morning for the closing exercises of Millersburg Female College wherein mem j ber of the visiting commit Â¬ breach-of-promiÂ¬ llaehigg and imitted to the bar He was I talented young fellow handsome and accomplished and every body predicted for him a brilliant future in fa ion After remaining bere nearly two years he went to Nebraska and there nUtn fulfilled the prophet ere He was a successful lawyer was elected prosecuting attorney ran lor a State office but was defeated and made the great hit of his life -- married as we Some two learn an excellent woman yean ago be gave up the law quit tics and became a minister and had been rector of a church in Jellersonville nri until a few weeks ago when he took charge if the Episcopal church in our neighboring city Richmond We met him Saturday on the train coming up from Louisville lie mentioned his proposed vVit here and enquired after the boys and girls of his acquaintance iii If he fails to Mt Sterling ami vicinity be here next week he will come shortly and it will give his many friends great pleasure to meet him and hear him preach He is the BUM handsome lively and lovely boy ia trille more sedate perhaps as when he left us in 18 Â¬ Â¬ i 3a CJJESID- - LARGE ASSORTMENT OF This is to stive notice that hereafter our Confectionery Restaurant wih be CANNED GOODS v is NEW ADVERTISEMENTS CLOSED OJ3W have long considered STJlMIDATrS tho adoption of this plan and are now Co 1 r - the time of year to purchase I determined to pursue it LIST OF LETTERS Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office at Richmond Ky for the week ending June 2od 1S0J Alverson H 1J Norman I R Archie 1 We trust the irood people of Richmond and Madison County will extend to us that encouragement ami patronage which will allow us to make a living in six days Give us a call FIELD SEEDS and all other Field unes Nel on Willie v liiiiie -- F Weckesser n Chenault Bettic Coile N Capps George Donr Mandy fa At the OhardJuhn lea D P Friend Lou Floid Bnney Gibaoa Nannie Gibson John col Harris Hatha C Hopper Rebecka Pavne John Park Shelt Robertson Belle Taylor Turner Turner Turner William nsrsrrrllnfTtiJJRiirr-i-mmmtfVfiuKumaL t l M Bmsm Charity Hutchenion Robt Aft Kid well Ellen Miller J R Mom Millie Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a m to fi p m W A POWELL p M Samuel F P Lee Wilson Mary C Wooiev George A fi WOODS FORMERLY COME and SEE HiaaiNs hzr 1 Prescription Druggist J L COLEY CO Staple Fancy DIED Articles of Incorporation cf m SLUSH B SIDE GUESS New Firm I 111 Â¬ Â¬ WEWEREINiT New Goods Â¬ At a Bargain I MS 1 1 Ws - Invite - Espsciallv Ue - Farmers Country Produce J - Â¬ Â¬ Soaps Bnslies Perfaierj c Â¬ Â¬ ICE Chsiki Sh Â¬ DONT FOEGET the PLACE Itt Piidiiil adjnstedthe Clear Solid Ice Home - Enterprise -- Cigars of High Grado Â¬ Â¬ A G WOODS Â¬ Retsof Rock Lump Salt M ifHtKlu isssa BK anRetail lr mtWSSXfvf9iivstsy JOHN TAYLOR Sols Agsnt for Madison County j GAS STOVES Â¬ SUN and RAIN HAVE NO EFFECT C 1 Â¬ T WELLSStoreHouseforSak Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ u aaj Pm To Applicants for Water Water and Light Co i COOKING STOVES That Use Gas for Fuel - bun to tl s few 11 m 157 158 Good fiont and back roon street suitable for young men AJ W K Quickest Delivery in City LOWEST C plica Apply at are left re C W V PRICES June tureai Chun laid with RICHMOND WATER 4 LIGHT CO approprnJt X Addrae P Ky K at he habitually carriet tart- - An I W P Baxter painter a last er does the best work was destroyed a good job iiawe than s Don ki son has a quart surries and buggies of the n itternt and at in the j j n They have immei mc advantage over coal No nnJ e no ashes no soot no stoves boac ia the way coal or coa or dust and coneq n ttte on thi -- Notice to Debtors sbyteTian Church ALWAYS READY FOR m USE in tbat It be case ot Hem es 5- - llamilto as 13 Ire Irean BALEB J J and otfcsr it in cared 44 STONING THE Bast RAISINS AFTER DUE CONSIDERATION Gate- tt Waa Stow Work IK fan v It Lea t- - law Madera War Advert tar a THE FENGf QUESTION If Toa Wftat to Save Time and Money THE JAPANESE WALNUT KENTUCKY STATE NEWS arv BMa hi - Enter her mamata with a pan full of raisins lior Mamma If you young people arunt doing any thing Im gulag to make you atone theee raisins Im miking mince meat and Im just as busy as I can be Why of course mamma Itll atat in the study Â¬ -- and where it would be a positive advant age to get rid of some of them in constructing a small loose rip- Â¬ rap wall on the line of the fence and under the htcd Mrs Mtuaer Welt saLef barb wires they turn the whole job out in just at out Must be a good cook eh become a visible erenteen minutes and a half Yes we mustnt hare a poor cook barrier and no guess nottheres again What messes Cora has been Her Mamma I to ounds there giving us lately tread on such a wall of stones Fewer - k erection et the kitchjnl laundress wires are needed three Wing sufficient Yes at scheme isnt it Ilovr do where five or six are IWflied on level stooe thethings any how Fond of children ground If the wall is rather small or Oh yes dont leave that out if the barrier is to be rendered stronger Ive got it down Want to say any and more visible two or three furrows thing about sire of family may be turned from the foot of the You might as well sav in a family of wall As no animals will wish to six crowd or lean against such a wall Family of six All right References strength is required in the posts and of course the stones partly supporting them the Yes indeed post holes need not lie dui so deep nor Would you say any thing about are very long posts required It is wages hardly necessary to add that the posts We ought to get a good girl for are to Ik- set before the lin of stmes is fifteen dollars Yes Id say fifteen dol- Â¬ placed in position Fig 1 represents lars such a fence Wanted In a family of six persons In the absence of stones a small open an experienced lierman girl for general ditch on each side of the team answers housework Must be good cook and equally well Tie- line of posts is first veral furrows are plowed on each side as near to ita practicable and the loosened earth throwa up into a ridge or bank A se wnd plowing and nd shoveling will complete the ditches and bank The wires arc then placed on the posts nd the fence is completed No horse or colt will wish to tread down into the ditch in aider Sh- e- Why you just squtnch en up that he may cliinb the bank and push like this against the wir s The barrier will be nt Mem to ppt the hang of It sufliciently visible If the ground on clumsy You dont 8be Why each side is heavy turf the bank prophold them rijrht erly covered with it may be more narHe liov row und steep than one made wholly of Hat loose earth which however will in He This way time become She No why how stupid you are well sodded Sets his iinpers risrht with her own Two men with Them daiit a tw horse II She with- Â¬ This iv area fun team will plow draws her finprers abruptly 4ltA fiiFmitL nriii She Sow set- how many yoo can 9 make the bank atone while Im ilolii one OOMPOSUie THB ASi thirty rods long more or less in a day it mother mate her be matter laundress fond of children and have while the reduced amount of wire reWages quired and the shorter posts which may unexceptionable references be used will render this fence as cheap rnt there on- - two 15 Hows that Thats good only in c instruction as the one with live or - should never ha Yes The 6ix wires on level ground mtlaac meat and sweet Its just the time girlsare In demand may be at least one rod apart if internow and perhaps perhaps wed better mediate vertical cr with the leave it a little more open dont you lower ends nearly reaching the ground us duty with ler know Suppose we make it German are used to which the wires are stapled to keep them in position prrfrrr from New Krp land All right Ill change it Any thing Fig 2 represents the appearance of such a fence and Fig 3 is a cros- If you had I was thinking n tion the hori- make mince meat - Well said Mr Marter I suppose we might aa well write out that adrcr tteement for to morrows paper Vni say you want a German girl Yes said Mrs Marter Tre tried nearly every other kindand Im sick and tired of them AU right German girl Experi- Â¬ enced Yea say experienced for goodness J localities where there ar small stones scattered over the S Head This Article many fields A Tree That la Now Attracting Some At- aaataaa in This Country The Iaj dnut which is now attracting some attention appears to m- mi - - have been introduced into the United nit twenty five yean The oldest trees are at Tower II property There ore two of Charles vuraden They bore nuts at eight Mr Camden writ of age grow very thriftily and are hand Â¬ some in shape and are very full und The illustration is r bearers made from specimens from these Some fifteen years ago Mr Camden 6ent trees to General Bidwell at Ikuneho Chlo and they are now bear- Â¬ ing These and the two original trees ore the only ones yet fruiting in this country TVs tree is now offered by some Eastern nurserymen and we shall soon hope to know something definite s to its hardiness and capabil Â¬ ities The species grows in Northern Japan and is said to lie as hardy as an oak leglans Sieboldiana is closely allied Manilchouriea another species of Eastern Asia though it is not recorded as a cultivated plant in Japan Ir Maximowicz the author of both species says that he has often seen the Pi grow Â¬ ing and knows of no gxxl distinction between them exuept the eharach the nuts Mandeliourica has oblong and ridged nets while SieUildiaiia should have short and smooth nuts In shape the nuts of the specimens figured see illustration are very like tho J Mandeliourica but their smoothness 1 1 I rlSflwalfcw fifW rS imjz A TWIG Â¬ Maj W II Botts of Glasgow a dis Â¬ tinguished lawyer of Kentucky and ant secretary of state under G ov Leslie died suddenly a few days at lark a small town in Barren county Patents for Kentucky George A Kerr Louisville twine cutter Fred crick Slitzel Louisville governor for steam puinns Main ami First Streets Box Cakpenteh who fatally knifed Corner Jack Tracy at Camp Nelson gave himHe appeared self up at Nieholasville RICHMOND KENTUCKY to be justifiable and was rale as ed on his own recognizance The Kentucky state medical society at its session in Lexington elected the following officers for the ensuing year Dr It Brown of Stanford president senior vice president Dr B L man of Lexington junior vice presi-Â¬ dent Dr John Young Brown of Hen carefully compounded day and derson treasurer Dr J B Kinnard of Lancaster board of censors Drs 11 W nipht liy an experienced physiStone of Ilopkinsville Charless Maun if Nieholasville and S W Willis of cian ami pharmacist Winchester The committee reported in favor of Louisville as the next place af meeting At Padneah Beverly Heed shot and killed John Slaughter They had Ixen skylarking in Reeds room and Ik came angry when Keed picked up a pistol and shot Slaughter JAMBS M a prominent LattoH r of Lancaster died of heart dis st the age of 08 He haves two filter The state board of health met in villc in annual session the other TOILET evening Chairman Pinckney Thomp Â¬ son in his addr that stringent measures le adopted to prevent the c BOOKS ALBUMS of adulterated food His remedy is a license system and inspectors for butchers milkmen etc Dr Met ormick the secretary took occasion in his ad dress to comment severelv on illiterac HAGAN so noticeable in the profession va word or two about local medical PowersHagani DRUGGISTS OLIVER PLOWS m PRESCRIPTIONS Â¬ Â¬ DRUGS Medicines Chemicals ARTICLES i Y JPOI rKWKKS P0WES3 A 1 5 JSHLiIUa J33T seho- -- rfabyj - OF JAPANESE till NtTS Â¬ Well1 t I I u piiess lust suppose - tuff and stone the suppose so wonder if wed better say any thing about the number in the family Ill leave that out Think of any thing else so hard to get good girls and really I think tome of the newly arrived n Wut aa Its at It w t y the raisins ad a Half Luter if you want use do it you kithen me raisins how r Bed tin el lack nly v fjurl two ones are lietter Ill cross off experienced Will it do now Mrs Hunter says its ust imp wcible to get a real pood girl now theyve been picked up so fast Slie says they ask sixteen eighteen some of them twenty dollars and Suppose we leave the wages till they call I think wed better and Mrs Hunter thai even tsn they cant do every nicely You rmld have your shirts and collars done up at the laundry I aaaaaja baatda Jack oh d me U mamma fay May laiiin ni- inimit mamma rough Oh Jack do ih se Yea Jane uf eoauae you silly lar in Iuek - could And so far as cooking Is concerned Ill have to do a little more in the kitch- Â¬ en myself I think when theres any thin Im particular about Of course the girl must be a jilain 000k at least but All right-- Shall we let that stand about the children I dont know but wed better leave that till they come How does it read rf I course M AT A TIML now Wanted work A girl for general house- Â¬ Jl Ilradley Say Flannijran n That that Isnt very er attractive is it Its bald This is what they finaly fixed up for the paper Wanted To assist in the housework of a small private fmiiil a neat girl Any nationality Liberal wages will le paid Please call or give address on postal card Mating hour when can be Fuck been OKTEX I US IN fONYKUSATION ut the trunk Its yi 6ilf that kin carry up the eWitflr riffs A just oven vator vil tiat trunl Iralade why dont Ill ur- 1 akward Paws Munseys Weekly HAI TIN1 rUCE 1 r t j j lioaton fashions How old is Minrrva asked Mr Racqne Bey raising his eyes for a moÂ¬ ment from his Plato She is seven answe ed Mrs I aequo Bey as she closed her Browning with a finger between the leaves to keep her place said Mr liacqne musingly Seven isnt it aliout time we were putting Cape Cod Item her into spectacles Haw Hoane Tapers lloom Is the circulation increasing much asked the editor of the Oilnook Hreeze Yes indeed replied the publisher I put four new subscribers on the books to day and sold 4000 copies to a club of young men who want to vote for the most popular burglar West Shore j A Poor Job I McCorkle Jaysmith calls himself a elf made man McCarkle Well no one who knows assertion raaajar him will dispute the tho Gravy Jndge a Fereat A traveler on leaving taMistress I am st a lost to under Â¬ ble st the hotel was sorrythe dinner to leave any stand your motive in leavinf thing behind He therefore slyly ap- Â¬ The work is too barrud propriated a chicken and put it in his mum und its worn out I be entirely pocket The waiter in attendance noWhy I have done most of ticed the proceeding tmt said nothing it mi 1 He took the gravy tureen and deftly I be BrHg as but its wort out emptied the contents into the travelers hearing yez tell mc oi it Munseys pocket The latter feeling a strange Weekly warmth turned rounc and said Dutrh IMgnltT What are you doing waiter v a revsnoe officer A case Sir you forgot the gravy they both has bellied to enlighten the aroaaaaV go together was the reply Le Passe inga of a somewhat prosaic oourt of law Temps isterdam Ipon the ccuse list A Sttorr Old Macro stood the petition of s tax collector Col Yerger Your face a all swelled us Mai BBawawlOa1 Turkey for nonpay i p ment of rent The judge as usual Uncle Mose I cotcted cold one day all both parties las week from going- around widout before the court The ushr with his any stockings J step left the precincts of the Youve got lota of money Why and in his formal monotone you buy a pair of stockings N and his dont Because I has got one pair hut I Maj ultan of Turkey Abdul cant wear em Hamid and then rctunxl into court Whv not - parti s to The Jndg the suit Dey is hid away full ob silver dolpn seiit Tc Daher ur honor Texas Sif tings only the plaintiff His Majesty the lars Sultan does not appear The jndge A Slery af Prejadjea tl ccojrtmuit cnsidTrl Mi Onee there was a nun be upheld and judgment vas given ao One day he was tiortally shot by a oortinglyChicago necro The man was Irish and the episode n In vexed him exceedingly His last words were This is the And im- Â¬ aslr darkys day if my existence ortb mediately after I da a niggerminious a in oaath Pock h n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - -- Â¬ places them in the other speeU s It is very likely as Dr Sereno Watson sug gests to me that the two sjseies run ther and that the California trees represent a variation towards Maud chi mriea The species might be called with bettet propriety the Japanese butternut The nuts are b rne in long chas ten which often hold from fifteen to Kontal dotted twenty specimens FNuts tire shown 3 line being the with the husks on and removed in the surface of the illustratioa The shell is thinner than ground Neither that of our butternut and the kernel is of these fences swist and rich much as in our species will produce heavy snow drifts the The tree itself is attractive It appears winds passing through them sufficient Â¬ to lie one of the most promising of rely freely to prevent the accumulation cent acquisitions To sum up the advantages which According to Luther turban k the 1 such fences will presentThey are species is of easy culture It accommo durable They prevent heavy snowdates itself to the same soil- - a s its condrifts 3 They need fewer and shorter geners and grows with great vigor It posts 4 They require less labor in digly grafted by approach upon our ging deep holes They need fewer enmmon walnut English walnut and wires H The wind does not disturb its trunk retains the same dimension- - as them and animals da not throw them the stock but it is by seed that it should down It reproduces itself perbe multiplied Old board fences which have become fectly true and if th young plants re Â¬ weak by age or stronger board aajeat main bushy during the first years the which are in tree shoota afterwards and thanks to danger of being its rapid grovth promptly assumes broken down large dimensions Prof Wickson by unruly that the species first gained prominence horses may be in Issl when the California State Horrendered i m ticultural Society referred the question F94 passable by the of its botanical affinities to 0 P Bix partial barli wire aid of a single one ford American Garden Lexiniton newspaper workers are stretched on the top as show 11 in Fig 4 organizing a press club fueh animals have no disposition to rub SHEEP SUGGESTIONS Two employes of L J Carley at his against a fence of this kind or to press Camp Nelson distillery John Tracy it and it remains safe and untouched pood fodder for Good straw makes and Bill Carpenter fought desperately American Cultivator sheep It must be good straw rememthe other afternoon with knives and ber pistols Tracy was cut several times AMONG THE POULTRY we an bo be successful in produc Â¬ once La the abdomen Carpenters scalp If Louis Republic we must not attempt is laid open his lips are split and he St ing early lambs Keep all your pullets to do business in a slipdiod way Both was stabbed several times Tracy will that each fowl gets Its share of the ewe and lamb must have the best of die Carpenter was not seriously cut feed care Wat Shokt a mail carrier and Tony On meal is growing in popularity as Rice nephew of Judge Bice of the Whenever you find a hen that dont lay kill her a food for sheep and we arc glad to sixteenth Kentucky circuit were murIt rarely pays to keep a hen after she note the fact It would be an excel- Â¬ dered in Lawrence county by a bad is three years old lent thing if every dock master could gang which to hide evidences of the PLACS clean pure water daily where feed s crime placed the bodies on the railroad the fowls can help themselves If a sheep is in very pior condition In tracks where they were struck by a BAaXCT fed alternately with wheat the fall of the year it is lictter to kill train Four men and two women are and bury the animal than to fool with under arrest for the murder makes g kk feed for laying hens it through the winter The chances are Wkii fatteni and well dr The United States supreme court has that it will die anyway poultry always sell at the best pri rendered judgment against the state It will be necessary to remember that of Kentucky in the suit by Crutcher When the yards will admit keep hens of the same size and disposition to- roots an- principally water and that if agent of the I nited States Expresi the breeding ewe is given too much of holding that the Law of the state im- gether old water while carrying the Mi at senna of all kinds makes a tax on express compan ies is violative of the interstate com- Â¬ g k k1 ration for the pomltry during the lamb abortion may result THE sheep i limal to fatten merce clause of the federal constituwinter lKEPAfE to breed as many chickens and ti most of the fat could lie laid on tion A citizen A Mi NK meeting held at as possible as early as possible they with less grain if there was a little more care given to the matter of feed- Â¬ Murray nominated W W Ayres for will pay the liest The rakings from the barn loft and ing No animal should be recklessly the Legislature and he has accepted subject to the result of the democratic the mangers arc good material for the fed the sheep especially IIobkpt QriNs of Michigan asserts primary election to which he had sui hens to scratch over mitted his claims A similar meeting at One of the most common ways for that wool growing will pay at thirty the hens learning to cat eggs is leaving live cents per pound for wool and mut Â¬ Willisburg Washington county named K illett who has been indorsed ton will pay at four and five ousts a broken eggs in the nest by the democrats pound if the business is well managed A Vauietv of feed is necessary to se- Â¬ Miss Lnr Mathias of Paducah has cure eggs No one ration will furnish We think that that is tru but the sheep business can not possibly pay at married has Hong a Chinese laundry all the needed elements man of the same pla Kuan with a small quantity of oil less j An attempt to burn the toll gate on It need hardly be said that a flock boiled made into a stiff dough with master has no right to complain of the the Clarksville turnpike was made the milk is a good feed for hens other night Combustibles saturated raising poultry for market breed unprofitableness of bhoep husbandry in eoal ol were piled around the buildhe the flesh formers and feed so as to get unlessto has given the best of ma ing and set lire to It was with diffiment the buf iness There are the best weight at the lowest c many failures in all lines of business culty that the flames were extinguished Oatmeai is one of the very best ma- that are the direct result of poor man- Â¬ It w as the work of incendiari terials that can be supplied to young agement Western llural By a majority of thirty live votes the chickens to keep them growing syers of Versailles have decided to IATiiiNG in sweet o l is one of the JerfjeRt OvetMisel In tre Iulnn pay 11500 for fifteen 1300 candle power very liest remedies to us on the combs The largest bearing apple orchard in arc electric lighting the streets in case they should get fr the United Mates sys un exchange is of Versa Ilea The contract has been rNDEB what may Ik considered over in Leavenworth Kan and comprises let to Messrs Geo C Graddy and F M age conditions fifty le rs are as many fn acres of bearing trees This year Naive as should lie kept in one house t getber the yield was 7 170 bushels the gross Mb R K Bast is a democratic canla severe cold weather it is best to receipts being es0tw0 Yet nearly 8100 didate for the legislature in Fleming waa cleared off each acre The owner county feed more corn than when the weather tars the Missouri Ii ipin the best is milder Corn is a good heating food A Matter of Figures Waiimino the water and keeping it paying apple in the orchard the Hen No sir said the barkeeper yon Davis next and the Jonathan third fresh will aid materially in preventing dont get any more here bowel diseases during the lutes sup- Â¬ He has recently set on SJO acre orchard Youve had enough whiskythis time for one n Osage County ply it at least two or three times a day evening AH right sir replied the customer HOI SE IIKVOUATIUNS TWO VIEWS somewhat thickly My trade doesnt amount to much I spose Its about a couple o dollars a week mebbe but Ive got friends Bet yer life none o themll ever come here again Say he continued pointing his finger im- Â¬ pressively at the man behind the bur do you know what this things going to cost you I til knock you out of just W a week Thats over StOO a year and thats the interest on 90000 It costs youSC000 bgoahr Thats all right my friend respond- Â¬ ed the barkeeper if yon and your friends drop out It will bring me about 13 a week in better tra --and he pointed his finger straight at the anVawawL man in front of the bar do you know 5 A neat boarder for a dining room what 13 a week is Its overSOOO a Life year Thats the n 13000 All Hope Abandon and Id give 810000 to have you stay I should like to leave Poet meekly away from here bgoshl Ye light Chicago Tribune You tnink this is a happy father bmil this little poem for your inspection I out ing in the eyes of his firstborn dont suppose a good many poems are left here you Old Barter Kavsril Editor gruffly Yes arid so are the fellows who want us to buy them There w rioflhe Piper Life Merry Kinn Coe Men of Gotham And An Inexhaustible Supply a bowl Mrs Brow- n- I heard to day that Mr tick Van Gabbler owns a gas ut I v dont believe it Mr Brown You would prep it if you had beard his wife talk ekly Â¬ 1 Â¬ -Â¬ J vJVkjt i 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- John Makhin a prominent citizen of Hartford committed suicide by taking A reverse in a lawsuit is morphine supposed to have been the eanan Ail the commanderies participating in the grand conclave of Knights Tem- Â¬ plar arrived in Frankfort the other morning and when the procession was formed the following ere in line Louisville No Webb No J Lexington Frankfort No Montgomery Mt Sterling Covington No 7 No Maysvilie No alolay No Pi Louisvdle Newport No IS Cynthiana No 10 Cyan No 17 Danville Car lysle No 18 Richmond No li J Breckinridge No JO Flemingsburg Bowling Ureen No 28 RossellviUe No j lirand officers in csrri The procession marched from the depot to the First Presbyterian church where the sermon was delivC John If Worrell of ered by P Danville After religious exercises the process km marched to the state house where Sir J Proctor Knott delivered the address of welcome which was responded to by sir Wm II MonYrt of Louisville In the afternoon the Grand Lodge of Kentucky was called in emergent communication and accom- Â¬ panied by the iraud Coniuiandery the governor and staff and the Johnson Guards marched to the cemetery and unveiled the monument erected to the late Dov L P Blackburn in the e ten B W Duke of Louisville tery and lion W M Beckner of Winches Â¬ ter were the orators of the day Tiiie Lexington banks have been victimized by forged cheeks to the amount of t2S0 the fraudulent paper iieing endorsed Charles Louis I He is president of the Kentucky university ant pi the indorsements ries 1 hire is no clew to the for 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I U I F SHACKELFORD IN ALL GENTRY K KINDS 5- - Harm F8 a watch Richmond Tinwarfi X WnnilRnwarls II WW House -- 4U II UJ w Uil 11 at wi wMV Fnniisliiiia j HiuiwuillK ids BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS AND ftlATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Kt Mann la iswo Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kir III IITCIIUEBUIIEIEIL liKWKK IN aWtoElYiiBFARLEY 13 TO MADE One oi li tVatebea Clucks Jewelry 8ilvrr aitd ttatcd wan He BundaJ attention given to OUiT BUSINESS As IHAPPY Â¬ Kentucky WROUGHT Miiiths k II 51 Will and i FETTIHGI AND DAIGNDS BUKiIOCS KTOXPH OlIlKil the senior member of the firm W A1 MY LINE OF KIMS makers I FAKMIMi IMI TuBPAIRir TG lioniiy done inu in a artarkiitatilik 1011011 r Cash Paid fcr Old Gold and Silver nST ni- Doni lo the lot hritl ollii i lb- plaer Kleliiiond - mxl door IvV Â¬ GORMLEY has tiii Â¬ Powell has been ip- - CijUuv HU lJ pointed postmaster of AM Richmond wliicliosition will reqmfalFTlIllishing Goods his time and aftei IS N M11 tion we ha Ye dicikd to close out onrCloth I have all lli in and Shoe busi- Â¬ mi Bale and at prices within lh Mv lim reach of all ness We will there i im Iijuartei LIN J tot HAliDV A rands SALT ol S LI Ml I fore sell at 3FNEST LINE 0FD grea HIGH SHOES AISnTI1I W 17- - L FAHLEYJ r to Join reduced prices from this day forward The greater part of our goods is new and the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saddlery AND- - LO in plain W CUT loe or patent leather foe Ladies GeatsMk New - Livery - Stable -- prices are marked down to little above eost while for tiio others we will take less tipped and Children ia the our mw- - Eugies aVW Harness fyj gbbieit Ever Shews in Richmssd I have eome and ow ilraitlsf RICHMOND Horse Oils than cost cvv can please you in style as well as in price JjfJJJ JjjJ - Â¬ Â¬ HAS EVER BAD vxi nmiT DV1IlliI ty of the best materials UUi 1 DU J J turnilii I -- iie K at reasonable Â¬ and latest Styles 1 OV- - all kind The McJtialej Bill Ims not al prices EST which are al L vanced escrin tion oil ways thebit Â¬ Â¬ Hats a variety of irded by ll Hoi The Styls The Thing nionih week or Shoes Gents Furn The Quality ths Best atTEW GROCERY iiing Goods Um Hcrsss Bought and Sold brellas Valises and ifaaFVome now while yon can various other goods et the larjt stock to select Teams lor liuulinu of every kinJ Irom Save money and be happy W CTodd Bra Come now WCGormleyCo Â¬ l 111 Main St below First POWELLTAYLOR COR c- - 0- 7 44- - Wallace aai c in Irvine Street aaTbetween Second and Third J R BAIL1Y i ISAIN A1TD FISS i 11 STS MYEKS MnVr H Staple and Fancy Sracsriss Qaeensware Tinware Glassware Hardware 33 WHEAT FLOUR - III c c NETAT jl K K H 11 111 VJI I L w 1 i I FARMERS having Wheat shoul n now- v lv S - rtl Full RuUcr Miii operation i Woodenware A EnGGIES than i U Cant Is -- LAMI Ll p NEW PHUTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES aa in tiie a HUZ5 Cincinoar i CANNED GOODS Tobacco and Cigars buy an your My un li for Ak n j T gBraaw VJ I I Potts Dnersons Gold Dust - -- ti i NEW SULKIES ire all niii- tvvs Saaaf POTTS DUERS0N sasi -- do tt Mi 9VI nw awl of tb iicfte j A Wicked Ha Tr First Man What do you think at leal Now brother said the good pastor to the new convert you must go to work among your young friends and try to bring them into the fold Mistakea And in the first flush of his enthusi Â¬ asm your roong the Fiajftt Littls Tommy w rack THB a haafPRODUCE dreadful liigii at the - Wl READ THIS HOUSE AND LOT FOB SiLI aur tswing caae mihj lan t it choir and began talk n to the singers 3ucag TrihwBSi But It it--mi- 7 BBBBBaBBBBaaBajaaBaBMuMaataBBaaaaraaaMaaaaaaaaaV iaa aaaaaaaaaiaai a