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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a-4 V I IV Advice to Wokeh you would protect yourself from Painful Profuse Scanty Suppressed or Irregular Men- Â¬ struation vou must use If LVPVf I1I HUSBANDS SHOES Tho Baby Namor Who Swindlod Senators and Congressmen Plays a Clever Trick on Baltimore House Â¬ wives and Cornea to Grief Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OLUME ATTOllXl RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1891 GRANTS CEXTOTAPH Unveiling of tho Monument Galena El It Qt I in ft I S w il AijnMAi t t SO T gjJ NUMBER 17 52 lOWi - BTORM OP WIDE AREA Covers Over Half the Country With Tornado on Its Edge Furious Electric- Â¬ al Disturbance Notably at Milwaukee Over half the United States was simultaneously soused In water Tues day night and the edge of the great spot of wet was made ragged with a tornado The condition of telegraph Highest of all Leavening Power Govt Report Aug iS8 A T LA W Ken Si III AN AJ - lA II BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR Tribute or Illinois to the Great Soldier and President Galena I1L the town which sent to the front the greatest union general of tho late civil war if not the greatest in modern times was in gala attiro Wednesday in honor of her illus-Â¬ trious citizen through the liberality of tho towns former citizens and at the suggestions of another both now residents of Chicago A A bronze statue of V S Grant was unveiled and a new park bearing his name in the center of the city was inaugu Â¬ rated The statue is the gift of EL H Kohlsaat and the park a tract of six acres from which the buildings which formerly occupied it have been removed is the outgrowth of a sugges- Â¬ tion by James W Scott The statue is eight feet in height and stands upon a granite pedestal ten feet high It represents the old commander stand Â¬ ing bareheaded and with his military coat unbuttoned and thrown back with a touch of incongruity The inscriptiou on the base reads Grant Our Citizen Business in Ga- Â¬ lena was entirely suspended Two spec- Â¬ ials trains from Chicago brought dele- Â¬ gations of grand army and distinguished citizens The ceremonies of the day were inaugurated with a parade participated in by grand army veterans visiting civic military and bodies and citizens gathered around the statue in the park Little Miss Pauline Kohl Â¬ saat a daughter of the donor unveiled the statue and the gathered multitudo applauded Ex Gov Hoard then for- Â¬ mally presented the statue to the city in behalf of the donor The statue was accepted in a brief addrebs by Iark Commissioner McClenan on behalf of the city He was followed by Hon Chauncey M Depew who delivered tho oration of the day He met with an enthusiastic reception Â¬ Â¬ TJJCACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COOWTRT WILL OBTAIxT MUCH VALUABLE DJTOHMATION FROM A STTJTJY OF THI3 MAP Or KEA UBB of I tillKI mult tuL rmail J V ulMior Stbabob Its inM i - main T LA BRADFIELD W REGULATOR C KttKTlCKl BmitdlUC Fii I fob salu itr Ai1 uxuaoisxa RAILROADS ATI ANT V CO lAlKKLFURD A T LA W icufi aa i R N I B R R wires north south east and west from Chicago showed a state of affairs seldom if ever equaled Soaking rains were in progress accompanied with driving winds to New York on one side to New Orleans on the other stretching beyond St Paul and Minneapolis to the north aad in the west for an indefinite distance Milwaukee reported the worst electrical disturbance on record making telegraph or telephone communication practically impossible except at brief intervals Further northwest in the Dakotas many towns were wholly cut off and the fact that a tornado had ravaged the country about Watertown raised the question whether there had not been serious loss of life and prop- Â¬ erty in the districts temporarily isolated NOT SETTLED YET This Government tlU Watting for Sails burys Keply to Blaines Suggestions for Arbitration The Washington Star prints the following The agreement between tho -8 IKtKKY United States and Great Britain to maintain a closed season In the seal A WILKES SMJTI1 fisheries of Behring sea removes the rh av danger of a conflict over the seizure of oo r 7 as 9 Kin poachers during the season and indicates an earnest purpose on the part of r II both countries to reach an agreement on the main question in dispute but BEHRING BILL PASSED it is still an open question whether or t NI DIt Permits the Capture of 7500 SeaN by not they will be able to agree on the lo lo United States Subjects terms of arbitration The state departiEXTUCMT During the debate on the Behring Sea ment has not yet received a reply to bill in the house of commons on FriMr Blaines counter suggestions for the day Mr Stavely Hill 297 ti Nutlomil conservative questions to be submitted to arbitration FahIS is chuckling over a 2- per member for Staffordshire opposed the and until a reply is received the depart measure and especially the clause cent reduction in insurance rates n in w is ment must remain in doubt as to the permitting on account of its system of water- the capture of prospects of a speedy settlement of tho seals by United States works 1 1ST subjects dispute It is understood that the ques- for food supply of the natives He It takes 374000 a year to run the coun- KtMTlkl tion was discussed at the cabinet meet moved that the words If Canada con ty business of Fayette and it is raised wAr ing the other afternoon but in the ab- sents be added to the clause He by a tax of 31 X cents on an assessment CASHIER GONE sence of information from Lord Salis- based his opposition upon the facts and at WMMim He ScHlated In Wheat and a Michigan bury no very certain view of the situ arguments contained in a communicaHank Puts lp Its Shutters The thirteenth annual coram tion from Canada which he had read The following notice was posted on ation could be had ment of the State eollego of Kentucky Eight Hon W H Smith for the go 1 the door of the City National bank at took place at Lexington a few TTTTTTT FIVE MEN KILLED Chi a G Rv C9 LESSEE Ifcc ernment opposed Mr Hills amend ago The graduating class is as fol Marshall Mich Wednesday morning This bank is closed on account of the A Saw Mill Holler Lets Go With Terrible ment on the ground that the consent lows Miss B Callie Warner Hen tiling QUEEN DOOMED BROTHERS CRESCENT BUTE defalcation of E J Kirby the assistant Eight Others Seriously Hurt Mb of Canada to the proposed legisla Berry and William fi Wallace Lex i A terrible accident resulting In the tion U Bcntiejr cashier bad already been obta unty V nUL Two of Them Die of II yilrophobbt While r Signed ropolax Benthos Short Lln Vic death of five men and the wounding of Mr Hill stated that in view at the Third Is iu the nospltal Suffering -The announcement caused great excite Â¬ WS incy Louisa Miss Warner ileliv dangerously the sulutatory the Oral lady n the Louisville - or - Cincinnati 4 ment The directors of the bank verified eight I others all saw mill near occurred this statement he would withdraw From the Maine Ils ago a mad dog bit Some two weeks NM Bowling his Jordans amendment The bill was ry of the college Lo be accorded eport The bank examiner was iu J Bel utlicrn PointJames Lane Allen delivcr The shortage la Green Caroline county Va The men then passed Mr Sexton called atten- steer one of the herd of cattle bel there all last week 4 rionor X Ing to Vanderburg Bros living In The Litera his masterly lectut between 835000 and 830000 It Is said were at work near the engine room tion to the tact which he hope Time Tibl iu Kl Ijtt iSyi Kirby has left the city and his family when the boiler burst and they wer government duly appreciated that the western portion of Atchison county f the New Mr Vuncy crai caught in a shower of missiles and speedy disposition of the bill had been Kan The steer wa- - soon affll kne valcdictoriin claim they do not know his wherea- Â¬ LAS AND SOI ill BOUND scalding water several of them being made possible by the forbearance of with hydrophobia which spread to lie confessed to his wife last bouts f la wn Tue There borers other morning The the Irish members in offering no op other members of the herd Friday that he had sunk all of his own buried out of sight In the ruins were engaged crushing roci money three months ago and since then uninjured employes hurried to the res- Â¬ position The bill now will go to the were three of the Vanderburg broth with a steam crusher at the L A N was he had sunk 41000 of the banks reÂ¬ cue medical aid was immediately sum- house of lords Alex Stavely Hill is era and each of themafflicted bitten by railroad quarry at Benson station six SURGEON ooe or another of the animals serve fund in wheat speculations In moned and everything done to relievo the Alaskan and fisheries expert them They did not know the terrible nature miles west of Frankfort one of as tho Ki Chicago The bank claims to be amply the injuries of those taken out alive on the main track just German War Ships Visit Us of the disease with which their cattle stepped The killed are Wm Seef Lawrence secured and will resume business in a Hayes Wm A German fleet of three corvettes were afflicted and paid no particular east bound freight was passing Tho James John Fry colored III V- 4 dav or two the Lelpslc Sophie and Alexandrine attention to their Injuries until Friday rock crusher made so much noise that pm Weseam Cattlet Several other colored he did no hear the approaching train men and one white man were rescued under command of Admiral Valoiz when one of the brothers became vio- Â¬ and he was run over and lestantly 17 A NATIONAL MOVEMENT Sat- Â¬ alive but their injuries are so serious whieh left Yokohoma for San Fran lently ill with hydrophobia Li For a Great Monument to Federal and Con- Â¬ that all may die The cause of the ex olsco May 8 arrived Friday morning urday night he died In the most ex killed Officials of the C N 0 andT P federate Head Sunday another plosion has not been definitely ascer- The fleet Is the first of the German war cruolnting agony KUTLCKl At San Antonio Tex memorial day tained ships to visit San Francisco for some of the brothers died and tho railroad are making arrangements for kk Charles A Opden a lawyer of much years Is bound for the Chilian coast third was brought to Kansas City extensive improvements and the e liiid strict A NEW DIFFICULTY prominence d divcrcd the principal adÂ¬ and will coal and provision there as by a surgeon of the Missouri Pacific lishment of a summer resort at High ml dress He advocated with muchearnest Germans and Italians Will Not Be Bound well as take on board supplies for Gcr corps whero he was placed In tho Mis Brid LOU The town of Auburn in Lyon the building of a gigantic monuBy An Anglo American He has all of the Behring Sea man war ships now in South America souri Pacific hospital i by a Uedii ine and Surgery ment which should overtop the Washing Agreement terrible symptoms of hydrophobia and ty voted down a Big Increase In Circulation A dispatch from Vancouver says that ton monument and to be erected in memit Is not believed that medical skill will majority of four v KtMl IK1 The treasury department has under In escaping from the Insane asylum ory of the valor and patriotism of fed Â¬ parties interested in the Behring sea NOR ill AM WEST BOUND avail him anything The physicians Â¬ erals and confederates alike The G fisheries are known to be getting ready the recent decision of the attorney gen- say he can survive but a day or two at at Hoiluusvlllo Luther Potter sustain He was recaptured ed severe ajurles A E post took up the matter and ex to sail under the German or Italian eral converted the seigniorage accruing tho furthest ST A tended an invitation to all posts of tho flag in the event of a close time ar from the coining of silver dollars into Tur storm standard silver dollars and is now issu HER G A It and camps of confederate vet a very disastrous few rangment between Great Britain and ITALY SHAKEN Lv k one and did a great amount of damage erans to co operate in the movement the United States The sealers had ing silver certificates against them I Over the Whole Many veterans of Texas have been made ready for a grand harvest this The aggregate of silver dollars against The Ulsturbance Felt Wrecked and Sev Â¬ to property The largest loss was at North Many Houses Ki v railroad shops hoard from and the invitation will be season and do not feel like being which silver certificates have not been eral Lives Lost the Chesapealo f extended outside of the state It is ex balked whatever the two nations may issued has lxen increased by thib deci pi from a The cities of Verona and Mantua were Tho Fiona sion from 000000 on the 1st of May to pected to assume a national character agree upon The same dispatch says shaken by an earthquake Sunday Many south western direction In the build more than 4000000 on June 1 in a short time that sensational rumors are afloat conhouses were damaged An invalid lady ing there were nearly 100 men but only cerning a party of seal producers who Too Much Jeans on the Market was so badly frightened by the shock Oreat Day for Ex Confederates have organized to raid the Amercan Bepresentatives of Kentucky ieans that she died Lotnbardy Venetla an I iously and two slightly hurt Uan and Surgeon - 4J a m islands and carry off seal skins The confederate monument was unwhich operate 3200 part of Tuscany were visited early Sun manufoctories Dr 0 P Bill one of the beat too t KfMUKl veiled at Jackson Miss Wednesday looms in Louisville in Nashville Evans day morning by repeated shock- - Tho physicians in Cyclone In South Dakota Lnncast r The stand was constructed just east of ville and other southern cities met at worst shocks occurred about i oclock a few da- At Tuesday af and in full view of the monument and south passed ternoon a cyclone from the Louisville and determined to run only in the morning Shocks were also felt illne by Watertown S I Its two thirds time for the next fifteen overlooking the valley below Atll15 m 8 00 a mi The center paralytic stroke His agewa 77 14 In Venice and Milan 100 feet wide path was fill tl when the procession arrived at the cap- - fortunatelyonly abouthouse was in but weeks This will reduce the output of the disturbance was at Verona In the month of May over one hun Â¬ not a the 50000 pieces a 57 a itol the yard and the space around the way value 860000 The un- A subterranean noise wa heard like dred car loads of Uvo stock were ship two houses stand was literally packed and jammed were Five miles south At II condition of the trade is the roar of artillery which was fol ped from Kentucky north over the M FOSTER away Waverly satisfactory reason Klecatu l v iom li Pullman given as a with an eager crowd every available twelve carried Improvements oborteat towed by three strong shocks The in Louisville Now All any and Ch ihItii miles northeast some damage Quicker place was filled including the windows was done and two persons injured TUCKT habitants rushed Into the streets in road and there are still lanrc ship The Grip In AUska Information call mi any of the adjacent buildings The stand Three people were killed at Hazel six Â¬ rercoiit iuei ii an The schooner C F Hill has arrived terror At Marlenlgo three persons toga C H UUOilWKIb was occupied by fifteen young ladies Thomas DrsiAi a prominent farmer teen miles southwest Watertown at San Francisco from Kodiak Alaska were killed and at Babadia Calvena iiisville K insl s- who represented the different southern and the storm is said to of have been very She brings news that the grip is creat- seventeen were badly Injured by falling of Woodford county owns a h K a EDWARDS Â¬ states the participant in the ceremo severe in that vicinity No other fatal- ing great havoc among the natives houses and chimneys At the latter whose aesthetic appetite leads him to t Ai NAUGHT nies and a large number of gu ities have been repord A heavy rain Hundreds have died at the rate of a doz- Â¬ place another shock was felt at A oclock indulgence in live spring turkeys Mr Mrs Margaret Hayes daughter of Jef Â¬ and hail followed the storm but did no en a day There are no doctors on tho in the morning and much additional Dunlap has been missing turkeys for AT ferson Dtvis gracefully pulled tho damage island and no medical stores The na- damage was done The movements some time and upon keeping a I string that connected with the veil tives are also suffering hardship on ac- Â¬ were undulating In character and were out for the cause of their disappear rHitK si acincs are sckuUUCHlIj said Three Killed and the next moment the white statue u 41 for many count of the poor catch of seal otters more or less over the whole of the north ance was surprised to discover an old A train on the Alabama Mineral railof the soldier surmounting the monu of Italy HI M I family horse which is allowed to roam a on which they depend for a living aw ment was disclosed to the eyes of those road just above Talladega split u c uln crat will on the place devouring young VD SURGEON switch and the whole train was wreckSuperintendent of Immigration present Honey Destroyed in a Wreck turkeys alive and with apparent n ed the cars being piled together in proWorld The president Thursday appointed Kknihki In the accident to the Winnipeg ex- Â¬ A FFw days ago Bessie Jones a child Great Guns miscuous confusion W M Harring- Â¬ Wm D Owen of Logansport Ind suMath The first 12 inch steel gun made in tho ton the engineer a young man who press on the Canadian road at Straight perintendent of immigration Mr Owen two years old while playing with a ami United States has just been completed was on the eve of being married war t Lake Ont the sum of 830000 which is IB years old represented the Tenth button placed it in her mouth and let n tf alagof Infanta iS two banks at 3 fryiaa t Shi a at the Watervliet arsenal New York killed Frank EUwood fireman and had been mailed from 4 Itiarrke congressinal district of Indiana in the it slip into her windpipe destroyed 5I und shipped to Sandy Hook proving John L Hammond employed in the Ottawa to Winnipeg was entirely de- last congresses and was the author of to Louisville from Charlestown Ind to ti tliolera the Norton infirmary for treatment ground for testing This Is the largest rock quarry were also killed HamÂ¬ One package of 810000 was Jpaeesrl i iimiii I Hi s N ru nili stroyed but there was enough of tho the new immigration law He was She wps nearly dead upon her arrival t llt adar steel gun built in this country and tho mond leaves a wife and two children tt ItG BON strongly backed by labor organizations in omach second bundle left to enable the bank Louisville The case was put in the Ill Â¬ test which will take place in a week or fu Ii nods 1 ha A Great Discovery to recover several thousand dollars for the position to which he was ap- hands of Dr W O Roberts who tried Kknti W 1J Croup i two is looked forward to with great in pointed He will enter upon his duties 1l be Is Gen actual of to extricate the button in numerous - op stairs nxt terest This arsenal will turn out a fornia Stewart Stanley he South Cali-Â¬ Who the but it Is loser wUl fall on not within a few days It iih tho likely to has discovannounces that known nk 14 K lii nnii ways Finally seeing that it was a in number of 8 inch sea coast guns be- Â¬ ill llMalurt 111 of the matter of life and death he cut into IT Pi sides a number of smaller ones during ered the law of variation vapor amaxi- banks shipping the amount A Fast Ocean Trip old tntli LiLAUK to 1 prinmum tension of aqueous Catarrh above the collar SO liilial fTiajkj this year 10 W houpi The Southern Pacific steamship El the tracheaa just The Gas Was Turned On ciple hitherto regarded as impossible of great deal of trouble reand after sol has just completed the fastest run A XI SURGl discovery It would thus appear that Executive Clemency Three women employed in tho kitchen moved the button which had become ever made between New York and New The president has reduced the six after a hundred years of research of the Manhattan Athletic club New Orleans She sailed from Now York at Imbedded in the lining of the trachea i KrxTii kv U-years sentence of Robert Sigel son of science has finally solved one of the York were taken to Bcllevue hospital 340 p m May 30 and arrived at her The child is doing well and will recovMitpaldon SUOOKER er The operation has been attempted Gen Sigel to two years and nino most difficult problems and that we can Sunday in a serious condition they wharf in New Orleans at 1225 p m nd gold mailed free months and directs that a pardon bo now legislate for the control of the at- having been found In their room uncon- Â¬ June 4 Time from dock to dock four several times throughout tho country OO frnicIlTE TBhlXAn- SURGEON HniurHE mosphere and of the steam origin scious from the effects of Inhaling without success issued to young Sigel then Â¬ Oor William and Jo hn Streets Mew York PLATE ONT VET illuminating gas The gas was prob- Â¬ days twenty hours forty five min Londons board of trustees passed an COLLEGE Cruiser Newark All Eight utes and from Sandy Hook to South ordinance fori on by accident Their ably e opening of Peoples Party In Iowa The final trial of the new cruiser names turned Kate Fleming aged 22 Pass four days twelve hours and six I are Sterility fc pool rooms The peoples party met In state con- Â¬ Newark took place from Norfolk and minutes Ann Tub third party county convention Per Sale t7 POWERS ft HAGAST vention at DesMoines la Wednesday the vessel proved to be very satisfac- aged Tracy aged 20 and Annie Cassidy ax ofll 20 The Itata Surrenders few days ago and K indorsed the Cincinnati platform and tory She waa run one hundred miles met at Owensboro at nominated Thos The steamship Itata arrived nT nominated the following ticket Gover out to sea In a heavy sea and bail Oermaa Squadron Gone to ChlU I Iquique Chili Thursday morning have nor A J Westfall Woodbury county Blrkhead for tL weather Her machinery worked well A squadron of three German Tocopllla and has been delivered ov r nant governor W S Scott Ap and she proved to be a very steady ships the Ri n democrat- e and Alexan to the American war ships now th panoose county railway commissioner tion and vessel drine sailed from Sun Francisco Sun Â¬ The Charleston is expected to arrive necessary to settle the partner D It beinn I siting Agency rh of P Rogers Dallas county Gibson the bills due day evening for Chili after a stay of there soon from Arica The Itata has Mr Pettit hag Up bhip of Jennimsb Bondsmen Fay the national house of representu two days in that port a well as tny individual bills hsve them The sureties of State Treasurer handed over all the arms she took from for twelve years Mr Pwtttt made a The Popes Will been placed in the hands of Mr P H SulThe pope In order to provide against Boyer of Pennsylvania have placed San Diego consisting of 5000 rifles strong speech indorsing the land loan Hew Boolety Organized who alone is authorized to collect livan upon deposit In several banks 123000 TURNED TO RICH and sub treasury scheme n I hope no one will take all possible contingencies has just con A society has been organized In New to make good the losses sustained by Drowned Life Saver cluded a definite will In this docu Gov and Mas Bickner have gone e as my long continued illness ren the state in the Delamater and Jamison York whose object is To bring men The steamer Badger State went ashore Â¬ ths all his perimpossible lor me to give it mv at ment his holin during this month and women of education Into closer re- at Eric Pa during a severe gale early east itto be absent hius failui sonal property to the holy WILL JENNINGS assumed the du- Â¬ Gov Bryan our patron- - tention lation with the laboring classes for their Thursday morning While trying to 43- April 7th 1891 ties of governor Syrian Immigrants Detained 22 mutual benefit rescue the helpless seamen Capt Clark The farmers of Christian and adjoin Â¬ There were four hundred Syrians Benson J Losslng Dead of the U S life saving station was ing counties are seriously complaining Benson J Lossing the well known landed at the barge office Friday The Dedicated Passloniits Retreat drowned of the drouth Crops are suffering and Chestnut majority were detained by order of CoL fe The Passlonlsts Retreat at NorPenalty For Rap Is Death a small green bug hitherto unknown Weber They will probably be sent mandy built at a coat of SoOOOO waa sday of heart failCflUIKDLBHBEBTlRDS as made its appear The governor of West Virginia has in that Thore were 8111 immigrants dedicated Sunday Father OConnor back ure at the age of 78 years imprison- - ance doing great damage by destroy Â¬ waiting to be registered Friday 14 U EAR BBS Propr of Newark N J provincial of the Pas- - refused to commute to life Phillips Brooks Elected sentence of Sim Johnson the ing he substance of the grain There sionlsts order with a number of priest men itelv the tro- Reward Offered For Harsh The New York Churchman announces who Is to be hung June onsconoernir er at the il and All ki from all over the country officiated at approved livrlv The mayor of Philadelphia Friday an Â¬ that Dr Bl for raping a white girl wh S ir iOitn the ceremonies a iected to the bish nounced a reward of 85000 for the arIt no irner rest and conviction of Gideon W Marsh opric of Massachus The Itata Got Off Some Rifles it at nublic sale VMHIMF for alleged violation of law while act road Information has been received In Riot in Jerusalem as president of the Keystone Na Washington fro JAV-EYE-SEE- WH - ing June 12th 1891 iople re- tional bank A dispatch from Itata that the B alem be- ports a sei Two Children Burned to Death im Tt in which j The dwelling of Samuel P Meyers a pilla landed a iaoe 5 s Intervened killing prominent farmer near M rifles and a larpe arc ling a large number r sale at reasanthe ground Thurs was us of rnbassador at Constantl- - Pa night burned to children Clara and Real Estate A two and Garrett Thomas Sentenced to Hang protest to the day H HCOLYER as Missouri aged nine and twelve years At Grec he action of the Turkish roasted alive on J iy colored was se 1 kr JibnR trcx SiLi It Imi VII 21 for tl colored Bight Hour Bill Killed Pleaded Guilty of Bigamy man nar The Illinois lenate Friday killed the s W KJ1 Lo bill making ei lM prr that stat leas than the con HiaaSB ink sain 0 E 4 Â¬ - The famous letter writer W M K Du who bamboozled the grave sena-Â¬ tors and representatives of the last con Â¬ gress so effectually and played the Im- Â¬ poverished parent so successfully was committed for court at Baltimore Friday afternoon for his connection with a matter less clever than the baptismal certificate game by which he suc-Â¬ ceeded In opening the purse of tho shrewd law makers at Washington Duvall It may be remembered Is tho bright young man who wrote to Vice President Morton and a number of tho leading members of the senate stating to each that he had named his baby boy after him and mentioning that tho writer was hard up In almost every case he received a present in money or in some other form for the little one i r This tlm- k novel game on unsuspecting housewives About half a dozen women appeared against him and in ench case testified that Duvall had swindled them out of their husbands shoes or boots He would go to the house and say that hub Â¬ by had sent him for his Sunday shoes he having torn his in jumping off a cam In nearly every case he secured the shoes and then sold them to a second Â¬ hand store He neither denied nor admitted his guilt The police say he got over fifty pairs but many of the victims are ashamed to prosecute to11 Â¬ 0N T 1 TH Ottawa X In Mourning Over asag n3WClCF KENTUCKY STATE NEWa The trial of Lee Jenkins for the murder of Washington Ramsey about six weeks ago has been concluded In the Fayette circuit court the jury re- turning a verdict of guilty and fixing his punishment at death The drought which has prevailed in the vicinity of Sharpsburg for over two months has been broken by copious rains which fell the other night and morning With the exception of two or three very light showers there had been no rainfall for nearly three months and the late refreshing rains brought joy and gladness to the hearts of the farmers who can now proceed with their much delayed work Many of them have not yet broken up their corn ground Tue democratic primary In Henry county resulted in the nomination of J T Bashaw for representative The vote was very light The census bureau statistics on tobac- Â¬ co show that there are 61641 planters In Kentucky cultivating acres The total product last year wa- sO303 pounds valued at Si -- pr c - C ifiHi JsifS 4 vjf c yi ABSOLUTELY PURE DEAD PREMIER the Death of Sir John MacDouald Ottawa Ont wae mourning Sunday Everywhere were seen signs of the general sorrow felt at the loss the nation has sustained In the death of Sir John MacDonald The remains of the dead leader were embalmed in the morning The embalmer says Sir Johns body is less emaciated than was generally sup- posed The casket Is of rollod steel and le painted a beautiful rose color The massive handles consist of solid bars of oxidized silver and extend along both sides of the coffin 0a the lid are three lanre silver figures em- Â¬ blematic of the flight of time in white silk The outside of the casket is made of solid oak and also displays heavy sil- Â¬ ver handles The official programme of the funeral arrangements is as fol- Â¬ lows The body will be privately moved from Eamsoliffe to the parlia- Â¬ ment buildings and will lie in state there from 10 oclock Tuesday morning till the hour of tho funeral The stoto funeral will leave the parliament build ings at 11 oclock Wednesday for St Alban church aad thence to the Cana- Â¬ dian Pacific railway station whence tho body will be conveyed to Kingston It will lie in state at the city hall KingsÂ¬ ton until Thursday noon when tho in- torment will take place- A quiet can Â¬ vass is being carried on among promi-nent conservatives In Toronto with a view of discovering how far the acces sion of Sir John W Thompson to tho party leadership would be acceptable The feeling against him on the part of the orangemea has been found to be at unexpected strength Â¬ - LSfeiLJ3wS aSvt t ii ji a V PtSJOp Ly4tiii iwsF y s jw JifV ir aeaasl aja V fl THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY m Including main lines branehe e an un River To all City to Rock I enport Dea V LEA ROU it Lake Y town Minneapolis St Paul a Ksasas Â¬ THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER It traverses vast world for orado an Puiicti Sleeping Cat areu- Â¬ Â¬ MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LJNE i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ kexti 1 Â¬ floriUtd m 17- E ST JOHN General JOHN SEBASTIAN i Hauler CHICAGO 111- - i i 1 l Â¬ Â¬ TAR 01 D PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEHOXD REMEDY FOR USUI ECZEMA j Â¬ Â¬ Send three tuo cent stamps for freo sample box and book Â¬ Â¬ price 50 cents 4 TH R O I D SOS P 1ITW13 VliSOUUTELY ilATH SORES CROUP WOUNDS BRONCHITIS PILES BURNS c 1LL- - Â¬ FOR MEDICINAL TOILET AND NIIFSERY PURPOSES Â¬ TAR OID CO every CHICAGO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF TNTcrt Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ BE UP TO THE MARK to STllt rcot to Discolor BEARS THIS MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON Â¬ Â¬ - TRADE Â¬ Â¬ LLUL0ID mark NEEDS NO LAUNDERING CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT Â¬ 1 Â¬ THE ONLY LINEN LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET HUMPHREYS - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m m Â¬ THE WILLARD OppCourt Uoiisi AIKW LsOwlMville Â¬ K o Â¬ 111 oThoroughly Renovated and Improved Â¬ HATES S3 50 AW J I SULLI J L MARSHA1 l- - 1 -- 4 riznLOGAN TY WR Sev Â¬ Â¬ Manager Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC AIMERS in - HOTEL Â¬ Â¬ The rule ol WaU r Wwfkl Company cMring to taWe wati Will I SPECIFICS Â¬ 4 41 pMisB4AYKE Notice to Debtors Â¬ thev reserve the rijjlit to run to the curb Havnsj x All other work uch the hotel 0 ing at the sidewalk moved to 011 for years so succeaa Market elegant m Hydrants Street Washers Bath Tubs Pipes Water Iloselse- - U Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and you t shall be sec My wife Mrs Jo er of 20 year experience and intend to to be remembered to Rich- - and she will be 4 in carry on the Plumb ii antage ol parties them a hea mond it desiring to take water or gas to call and see my lin Is left to the owner to give to the Plumber he desires and as I am a Practical Plumb- Â¬ -- Kaif Ji lfl- IaER - - House for Sale 1 j i Â¬ Â¬ IIvtlraii I SSi I i j 71 Wasiier- - and iii Pure - nit Pailt hi- - Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ CH mule com in m Ready - Eized - LL E Tt BALED HAY liv AJIIIILR st QUINNS OINTMENT ua 1 M RUTE these pa nod und 43 ajj I4II44 If 1 THE CLIMAX i VCH TIPTON Editor otDAY BY The Climax Printing WmG White Chas Co PRICE TTclncslay IKR SPnuiru YKAR SJ50 Jut 10 MONDAY is STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET AIT 3RD 189I KRNOR Tl IOHN YOING BROWN of Henderson FOR LT GOVERNOR M C ALKORD of FOR Lexington ATTORNEY RUBRAL JACK HENDRICKS of Flcmingsburg FOR A I 111 TOR L C NORMAN of Boone FOR TREASURER H S HALE of Mason FOR BSJBSSTU OF LAND OFFICE i B SWANGO of Woolfe IIBLIl INsTRIVTIOV ED PORTER THOMPSON of Owen I PT 0 FOR CLERK OK IOIKT OF APPEALS A ADDAMS of Harrison Thki e is a raiiliy iscfcssisa iesssssl 1m Mr C L St ircv to make the hr Die Ixvislature M Those apposed will mmmMt by li take action dra keadcil iiiniistcr ii1 HiKCK new Constitution rereentities in ti the ix aiiiiht the BILL teriin Limisvilk - B to the Mamdmj that then hill Constitution He baaeabia spaa at InhanMlis in li to the Kniteitiarv Ft leral Court for at tempting to influence a State election hell at the same time of a National fr fa V The Supreme Curt hag ju eminent aiil aiipervisioa over all lield n the same day of As the new Qasstf - all elections to he held on nr State command town the BSpcrm- S leral psssssa oii imieiit to run our local THAT Nil LAI sK IN TIIK 1liuPtlSKD tiNMITITltlN - adin - naik tin v the new Constitution ontains mm pgregiom lliein iver with the re- can be reinedicl by the uniiitthis s f - attatfoa II 1m- - sjmri tliat bo tirst SOop offered in the the tion and that not ore than two amendments can lx- - offer ed at one time The hail Constitution further provides that the first General to work under its provisions 111 January IMS And further that amendments adopted by it shall M suhmittcd o the jietjile far ratification at the next re uar election for Representatives or in Tliereapon it follows that no amend-ssent- institution can ba eassjd- and then only two and aiinit be voted upon by jeople Thus it follows that in Ifltt we will have adlel only two amendments Pre cisclv what two they would e the wiwetit peceoa cannot psam Amendments will pile up in the Legislature each session mountain high and like the dice from the lox chance alone will decide which shall be presented for the ratification of the jx ople Is this not a slow pace for a progresoive At the close of the 1lth century only six amendments could lie made not enawiilerini numerous probable miscarri- 11 13 t Â¬ chief danger that lies in wait on its path is that the railroads and other monopo Rcsmeatative MrCrary Says the Ex lies of the State will unite just before the election takes place and commence the Pmitftat h Still tke Favarite wholesale corruption of votes especially Wnsnlngtmi Evening star those of the colored people The friends OonBinVrahle initutance has been at of the measure have lieen warned in tached to thv faiiure of the Deuu cratic time and should organize also and keep a Convention in Kentucky to say a good sharp hnikout for this suspected del word for Mr Cleveland when the opjior ate conspiracy to defeat the will of the tunity was tflered This was supiosed people Paducah AWn to In- an indication of a growing hostility to the ex President among the silver The Constitutional Convention even loving Southern aaofla went so far as to radically change the Representative Mi Creary who is jiroh prcnml le of the old Constitution We ahly as well aojuaintetl with the average the representatives of the Hople of the nm of peoafa in Kentucky as is any man State o Kentucky was made to read in Congress and who represents the We the people of the Commonwealth in the magnitii ent blue grass of Kentucky This idea seems to have of agriculture was a niemlier of inspire the BMBabera all through their the Convei tion ami was generally in work They not only lielieve they wen1 touch with hii aewociateK there lit was the jieople but also believed that when in Washington tMlay and in conversa- they died all wisdom would die with tion with a Star reporter he said that the them BtmVmmtm K araoiian public generally outside of Kentucky are entirely mistaken if they think the ConIf there were no many scores of other vention wiw not favorable to Mr Cleve- good reasons for Democrats to vote land against the new Constitution the Indorse oMKlCAMF ATTACHED TO THE KIl ment by the Republicans of it Would sollK furnish grounds for serious thought as to At least two thirds of the members it rejection The Republican Conven were adm rers of Mr Cleveland and the tion as Congressman Wilson said simply feaenl sentiment was friendly to him endorsed it because the DemiH rats did not He is strong in the State and was strong do so It would have taken the other there There is no significance at all to horn had the Louisville Convention de be attached to the Cleveland resolution clared for the concern which it was care episode which hapjieneii at the end of ful not to do We believe that the action the Convention All the regular work of the Republicans drives tile last nail in hail then licen done and but few dele the coffin of the dying instrument gates we e present I was absent as Slitiiivrii Jiiiirniil many othets arete Mad I understand that there were not fifty men in the hall when Think of the Republicans approving the resolution w as ottered and withdrawn the new institution This is the worst talked around among the uiemliers of blow that much maligned instrument baa the Convention and I know I am correct yet received It ia oar opinion when I sav that there was a strong and that the people of Simpson county are prevailing Cleveland sentiment among disposed to give the new Constitution a the delegates to the Convention The cold shoulder more from the adverse silver resolution meant free coinage and criticisms of the press than from auy there is a very general sentiment in the well defined objections they entertain state in favor of free coinage But with This should not lie so Every man regard to Mr Cleveland they feel thus should reail for himself and not let his stand with reference to the work of the THEIK KKKI1M TOWAKD CLEVELAND Ik- taken in accordance with They lielicvc him to lie able honest Convention and patriotic They consider him a stur the dictates of prejudice This advice dy IVmocrat a natural leader and a applies to any political question but statesman and they ho- that things w ill with especial force to this oae FrwuUin so shape themselves as to make him the nominee of the next Democratic National RELIGIOUS invention They understand as he docs that he must carry New York and Rev s Cook of Garrard county they lielieve that he is patriotic enough preached the Centennial Sermon at the not to seek the nomination if the situa Boyle county last tion in that State is such as to lead him McCormick church Sunday to belie re that he cannot carry it I Rev D L V Moffett will by ropiest think I sum up the prevailing sentiment in Kentucky when I say that there is no begin on Sunday night a series of lect disjHisition to force Mr Clevelands nom- ures on church history and the claims of ination but that they BOSC that the p the Episcopal church upon the American litical situation will lie such as to make people him the party nominee Whenever his CORRESPONDENCE name was mentioned in the Convention it was greeted with loud applause and on the night of the third day when all the OOLLBOl HILL fire works had lecn set off and general Rev W J Doras is visiting relativi s enthusiasm had cooled down I mention in Canada ed his name in a aeeeeb nominating a Miss Sail ie Miller ot Owcnslxiro is candidate for Attorney General in con- - visiting her sister Mrs T 1 lemaree with those of Jefferson and Jack this place son and the applause was very enthusi Col T B Deaasree is spending a few asti week in Europe He will sail for beaae THE TMUEF THE OKI 1 KT M iu a few days While the silver ipiestion is an inioi- tant one and we believe in free coinage DoYLESVIl IE do not think it is goinir to Ik- the great Saturday was the tirst good raiu Iist eat issue in the next presidential campaign Thetariflis the great st issue here since April 22nd We dont believe ie going to share now still and it will Ik in that campaign Mr ilex Lenter of Fainville visited think the silver ijiu stioii may be taken out of politics before that time Viien home Saturday and Sunday and of the girls were all made glad the next Congress meet the House will free coinage bill probably before Wbstpaa beeoate of the Perkins cor Christmas The Senate will iiss it and respoiiihlnt Wish they would send up it will go the White House Mr Harri- a few itcpis always glad to read them son will veto it The House will pass it Mr Boa White of Fayette county over his veto but the Senate will proba- who it was thought for so long last bly not do so Then there will have to spring would die with pneumonia is be some sort of a compromise fir the seaoaaj a few weeks with his relatival pn scnt law is aliout as bad as it can Ik- here and is improving fast and it must Ik- - replaced with something else I think a measure similar to and CONCERN IN G FA RMERS enlarging the Bland Allison bill compell ing the purchase of three or four million In Scott countv a bunch of lLOO jHiund dollars worth of silver each month and - brought 5 cento its coinage into silver dollars will lie adopted This would increase the vol The juicer Silver Tail made a mile in ume of silver forty or fifty millions a year 20Sj at the SoatheSSters circuit meeting It would Ik- the liest thing to free coinage at the Point Breeze track JsxiitjUm and would diapoaa of the present law Trintrit which is not satisfactorv Senator Stanford says that he would rather see Maud S 0Sj bred to Ansel CONVENTION ECHOES than to any stallion in the world CLEVELAND IN KKMYCKY Â¬ Â¬ fin--tri1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Laarrae Olipbant The career of no other person in the present century has been more varied and more extraordinary than that of Laurence Oliphant He was by turns a barrister sn adventurer a diplomat the private secretary to Lord Elgin a brilliant favorite of socit THE NEW GROCERY FIRM tva religious devotee an ox driver in an Otocare Western village the Park corres Â¬ pondent of the London Times an author an operator in Wall Street a cynic philos opher the projector of a gigantic coloni STAPLE AND FANCY- ration scheme in Palestine n visionary religious teacher but through alt these Crocsrios Diessisra phases of Sis life he was a man so brilliant in intellect and so earnestly devoted to his convictions of duty that even those Â¬ rh I -- ADMINISTRATORS STALLIONS F L WARDROPKK SALEPeisylTam By Gen 1433 CITY LOTS At t oclock p in on the premises we the administrators of Thos S Uron ton deceased wiil Ob RECORD 247 Washington sire of Poem Lu 22 at a Dam Madelene 2 -- Tie flew Planing Hjill THE MADISON COUNTY PLANING WARDROPER Is now thoroughly adj Haubletonian to 2nd dam Nancy Whit man dam of Robert McOregor 2 175 by nierican Star 3rd dam Nance dam of I aflv Whitman 230 by Duilands Pennsylvania is a Meaaenser Duroc dark bay 16 hands high black mane and tail and weighs 1250 pounds Will make the season of 1891 zerne 22- - 4 by WALLACE Proprkt wllenl r I Friday June AT 40 TO INSURE A COLT who most deplored his idiosyncracies were obliged to admire his genius and integrity There are many people in New York and Washington who remembered with pleasure his charming presence and captivating manners and who from personal acquaintance with him regarded him as one of the most remarkable characters of our times The memoir of his life by his Mrs kindsvroman and intimate friend Margaret Oliphant which has just been published in two handsome volumes by Brothers is the most interestHarper ing biography written since Boswclls Â¬ Glasswre Woodenwaje LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Sell to the highest bidder that property join lying between 3rd and ftfa ing the depot of the R N I ft B R R consisting of at inv stable at the Fair Gronds Rich H C TRAYNOR mond Ky Agent 42- - laming out tin EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MILL WORK DONE M A TO ORI CANNED GOODS 25 ELEGANT LOTS KING RICHARD FIELD SEEDS ooi Clover Timothy and all other Field in Central one acre of into it from Sale will serve Now is the time of year for you to purchase suitable for residence or business pur Also the best poses each 50x140 feet Â¬ - area This great individual and sire of high priced horses will make the season of iSi at the stable of S H Stone on Big Hill pike one mile from Richmond at Doors Sosh Blinds Mouldings Loth Shingles Rough ond Dressed Our mill is immeliately on the K and communicates bj switch rur Johnson Seeds at lowest cash prices The two BBSloea from Clay county who murdered marshal Wellsat Junction Produce City nnd were sentenced to the praitea Will Buy All Country tiarv for Ll years have been granted B new trial by the Court of Appeals OB At the Highest Market Trice the ground that they wen- refused an attorney fi their own state six twelve and eighteen months rt six per cent with lieu to secure d lerred Kentucky containing nearly ground with a switch leading due when mare is parted with or said railroad bred to another horse otherwise when be positive and without recolt is CoaV KING RICHARD was sired by Old his dam Pharos by Imported One fourth cash balance in Peavine TERMS darn Ihaeton 2nd dam by Glencoe 20 to insure a Living Colt Lintf payments CJ PeTOfM BRONSTON Mks T s BRONSTON ANNOUNCEMENTS FlIK CIKCUIT OOCST ClKKK To the HHile of Mmlis 111 County I herein announce mx elf a candidate for the oBtoa o 1 lerk or Ibe Martlson Cireuil conn -- utiject 10 ihe in ton of the Daaaoaml it pjoiy While It Is true I hava ser d In that oBtea as Clerk anil 1I1 piny for the paM - v eial years this has bat Im beUei qualified ineln diseliiiiice t lie important awl exacting iliiih s of the office As to now I have at tended to my diitio 1 refer to the lion - members of the tinr liiiuaiils Jnrofs mnl ether utteucianM of oarooorta i you to my previoiw announcement in Ibe iiaiti s und icspc ifully usk my fello tens support as I lie iltitles of my office will prevent me from making us thorough a canvass as I desire Most gratefully COME HIQQINS 3 and SEE US HKRND0N CO desiring to purchase 01 inspect this property cali on G W Evans ft Soar Real Estate Agts Buinun tildng 4S 2 Richmond Ky S P 3rd by Woodlord King Richard is a model horse with He is a beautiful perfect disposition chestnnt 16 hands high weighs i qo and imparts a great deal of finish to his lie out classes any sane we seen as a unifoim sire of high priced As an in horses owt of ordinary mares ditidual he has few equal as a sire He lias mide a record that Mirpasses any of ARBUCKLE his class STONE vS ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLI WI ARE ALSO CONTKACTOliS v AND v BU1LDQ jmV yuii liavi i bom to baild g J L COLBY ic O k2i2 Steal A v la Ci Ki D a r- - Staple Fancy a 3 C 2Sg s w 11 millkr candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court subject to the action of tin- Democratic parly Si- Â¬ lt i ItlVKU of Speedwell is a candi date for Circuit Court Clerk of liidson county subject to Baa action of the Demo Â¬ Hi- cratic party S H TIMRIE JR i R GROCERS Lalors Old Stand corner Main and B Streets Richmond Ky I e - X -2 2 3 3 Brownmont 1905 RICHMOND PLUMBING SrlSIIABh AMI liMlsTKKED Dark brown Stallion 16 hands high foalBred by W T ed May 22 1S80 Withers Lexington Ky Sired by 1 33ty liy liiey hJigle liy TkBMr by RootnU ty Imp SJadUy by Imp Julius - Second Street next to Garnett House Richmond 2 1 Â¬ f sr a m J- - j ti 7 dam ihim Kaule iliini Ktthua oaia Mary Howe ihim lain daw foal Maaabriso Chief by Zentlli Sanitary Italsrs WE CARRY ad k Pi CMnp4jf0s Jf aBBBBBBBKVBm 5 6 32 B a - r JT C 5 C z f-- New Firm New Goods Frcsli - Choice - Groceries purchased by the new firm Will be sold at exceedingly reasonable a 5 a r3 H 9 HORSE is without a vice and a getter Has never been train Â¬ Like vet can show a merry clip Midway trial 22 0 and Aladdin his full brothers he shows the heavy mane and tail of Mambrino and is an ideal prie w inner Short fine back fiine corded legs THIS FULL LINE OF Gas Fixtures of Every Desc INCLllMSG j O B K tR zL C 22 OIVK Both the method ENJOYS and reeulta when Â¬ prices FULL MEASURE O B Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectually disiiels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- Â¬ cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any I and DOWN WEIGHT 3 fi 5 i fs S s 2 d s - - Et i r Country Produce bought and sold at Market Irites CO L O 5 -5 1 A1TTEH CHICKEN and perfect disposition Almont 33 the sire of Brownmont Alexanders Abdallah and he by Rysdiks Hamhletonian 10 by Mambriuo Chief dam by Pilol Jr i dam is the sire of thirty seven in the 2 o He Puritan list including Westmont 213 2tb Fanny Witherspoon 2ibVJf Piedmont and Early Rose 2i7l4 Aldine 219 22o 4 and grand sire of Belle Hamlin He is the sire of 31 mares that 212 have produced 36 performers including Alabaster Wiaslow Wilkes 214 years old Stir J B Richardson 1 Catchfly 2iS4 Silas Skinner Treasurer 220 and thirty others He has 57 sons that have sired 167 performers In all there are 31S 230 performers de scended from Almont BRO WN MONTS istdam is by Mam brino Chief the head of the greatest We brood mare family in the world thus find in the veins of Brownmont the blcxxl of llanihletonian Mambrino Chiei and Pilot Jr backed up by a strong in 1 Chandeliers Brackets BATH Stanards Globes Robber i IUB8 AND CLOSEl JENKINS GLOBE VAL1 8YPHON8 AND IKT WAl i 3i Small Hydrants and Hose for Tard and Street You need not o to Cincinnati or lull stock of he lakst designs Our delphia Mill mi i RICHMOND PLUMBIC -- 7 J 42- - of thoroughbred BROWNMONT has been in since he was three years old and has had fudiiu Pi i L COLEY no track work and no chance in Ihe stud In Kentucky he should make a great stock DR G W EVANS G W EVAN We are building an ICE FCTORY in Vc want the patronage ol your city every ICE in -- BROWNMONT Cholera Cure substitute CALIFORNIA i Â¬ Â¬ Lick and 2 make the present from Paint miles from Silver Creek at wil G W Evans B Son KY S20 to Insure a Mare in loai 4 Not responsible for accidc J P EMBRY 1 BE RICHMOND i WE KEEP Tinware Stoves AND FIG SYRUP CO Iff Consumer Richmond treatment SAN FRANCISCO CAL LDUISVIUE Kf HEW YORK HY REMOVAL Blarksmilh Shop to my new building on Third street and have I have moved my and will gft it if fair courteous and the best quality of Clear Solid Ice will win Buy sell and exchange Real Real Estate anl general collection list your property at once tor February cataln associated with me Mr A 1 Smith and in connection with my Blacksinithing will do all kinds of We do not claim the benefit of your your favor trade becauie this i a ffVatorfaan CiYiarn atr The open clause is not of sufficient calibre to accommodate the projectile of a great and mm hag suite Â¬ LOCAL IPTIOX PLOPLK ALAKMblt gay It has now been discovered option adherents that the new Con- StitUI I led hv the whisky men and thai Mi adoption would rejieal local wherever it exists throughout the communication 11 the HMftitutioii York Voice for the Sf on by the people r There are strong indications hisky men had a good deal to be framing of it for it contains provisions that in the opinion of the era will Prohibition in the nty counties that have that the w in August uet on laws provides that the General Assembly shall not pass local or special rningany of certain enumerate enumerated urpose topro a means of taking the sense of any district prcciuct or county bey wish to authorize regulate he sale of vinous alter the any act with refer-J ie j resent Constitution a spec- the lyegislature is neceesarv to IH al option in a ted pro nl to the time hoi D the v means of e of The professional politicians almost to Kaarran State Weather Bkbvd a man the railroad men and corporaIN OIEKATIOS WITH THE U skn ai Beams rosraa week end- - f tions are all fighting the new Constituno Jess era MM tion and we believe that it will be de The weather conditions of the past feated by their combined influence unweek have Ken generally favorable to less the Alliance will boUty take stand crops in most sections of the State The in favor of it Eltenhrthtmit AVva temperature was slightly in excess of the normal and the amount of sunshine reThe Republican State Platform indorsceived about the average In some places es the rainfall was excessive and in others Harrisons Administration none at all was reported It came in the The Force Bill form of local thunder storms and the The Si a northern and eastern sections appear to The Reed Congress Either of the aWe clauses is enough have lieen more favored in this r than other parts of the State There is V kill the party rrwwi Qwia still much complaint of drouth and its ef Bsaosl parasptible asea wheat In this Back of the wikkIs the new Corn planting is not Constitution is gaining ground and bv oats and meadows yet completed and in sections where no August the opjiosition will lie practically gone Really there has baaa many voters rain has fallen that part of the crop who would not express themselves be which is in the ground is doing vary fore reading the document and as the poorly Tobacco plants have been set in reading Baaa on the declarations in favor places where the conditions of the soil permitted it but in other sections this of it grow in numlier Crittenden Prett work has not yet commenced The The Republican party is known to be plants are becoming very large and must the Beeial friend of monopolies and be transplanted soon or they will be use- Â¬ trusts and since the Kentucky Republi- less Fruits of all kinds are reported to can Convention so eageriy favored the be abundant adoption of the new Constitution as a State of Ohio City of Toledo 1 part of its platform conservative people Lucas County will at once conclude that it must be unFrafk J Cheney makes oath that he favorable to the interest of the maaww i the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Ilarrodtburg Saying Co doing business in the City of Toledo Countv and State aforeThere are Democrats who think that said and that said firm will pay the sum the mere fact oT the Republican State of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for ntion having endorsed the new each anil every case of Catarrh that canConstitution ought to furnish sufficient not be cured by the use ol Halls reason for its defeat This is a very nar- Â¬ Catarrh Cure row partisan view of the case and un FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in worthy of any person who is willing to ier any qneatjou strictly on its my presence this 6th day of December A D i8S6 rrorgtiomt Timet merits A W GLEASON There are bo many contradictory pro Notary Public s ami so many uncertain and Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally in the new C and acts directly upon the blood and that we doubt if the jieople will mucous surfaces of ibe system Send for it by the testimonials free Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Carriage Repairing Painting Trim mine c promptly and to order Nothing but the best stock Let all used and satisfaction guaranteed ol our old friends give us a trial jEasrRemember I have moved to Thin Street bet It vine and North Streets 11- S L MIDKIFF Home - Enterprise and will help build up the town even if we are building up an Industry to compete with Ihe products of other cities It is a matter of dollars and Judge us by the quality of our ice and our prices and you will get the cleanest As soon clearest ice for the least money as our factory starts not later than May 15th vou will get HARDWARE Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents 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 KOR SALE BY Paris Its Manufacturing and Cd Storag C Foy Sale Our Goods are of excellent quality and our PRICES REASONABLE AI s ics c ICOLD STORAGE CQl To Applicants for Water Notice to prospect ve Water consumers If you make application for eraser while No Ice With Sawdust On It OR Reptuing of the pipes are being laid and ditch is open Mr J E Djrkea will be our agent in front of your premises the tap will be and has authority to make contract for If the the season made without any extra charge Will fill no orders at factory ditch has to be re opened afterwards for than 100 lbs Ihe tap to be made a charge of 50 will Make opplica tie imposed for the tap itfTiat Inference can you drav from tion to M NDiiggars Supt of Eng Â¬ - Tinwue uLowEues PRINCIPAL OFFICE PARIS RICHMOND KY BRANCH OFFICE DEPOT J S RICHMOND 44- WATER LIGHT CO - the folio vine short plain lish sentences Broods For Middelton BLOUNTS GR A SPECIALTY OF --S PARIS B 7flJr J We are building an Ice Factory The Factory will make 10000 lbs of Ice everyday The Ice will have to be sold in Richmond We mean what we say RICHMOND ICE MFG CO 45 18 Lcier I Mfg ST k 0 12 50 Bridgeforth Cooking and Heating Stoves Â¬ CJ5aJE2ID- This is to cive notice that hereafter our Co Restaurant will be PRICES OF LUMBER ON -- w GAS STOVES CAB AT F0EU CLAUDE SMITH 17- - CO Bill Stuff 16 ft and under per 2d Com inch 3d Mi2 25 mmsv SHORTEST AND quiCKEST BETWEEN 10 00 7 50 Sheeting Dressed Finishing 1st 2d C T WELLS Coal Yard in Town We have lona considered the adoption ot this plan au e trust the good determined to pursue it and Madison County will extend to us that patronaire wmen win allow us to mase a living in sn Give us a call rca KrT aivr amvTT 00 F Weckesser Cincinnati and Frankfort Only direct line between Flooring and Ceiling Dressed Weatherboards Im9 SKStt 3d No 22 50 18 50 13 50 1 Fraskfort pichmoaa Ocorgeto wTi Paris and No Omnibus Transfer MIDLAND 2 3 00 50 10 00 15 12 I 75 3 50 TlicOul Retsof Rock Lump Wholesale Lath Pickets ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY Trains run by Central StandarJ Ti Time Table December 15 1S90 au TRAINS EAST No 1 at 7 IKsfln Car lots a discount 01 ft 00 per depot except Pickets and Lath SyDelivered prices made known on application Ad FORD LUMBER CO M ft Onljr a souare from the Court Houe Vou dont have to sssi away out to the lAI TAYLOR Sols Agant Fr Mad pound ami special price in car load lots to r No 3 3 Pas- - 3 Muei ta n iz 43 I 07 3 05 z 15 45 3 5 No THE RICHMOND 47 Ford Ky Iv Frankfort horn s 45 5 58 6 55 12 Water and Light Co zo 3 34 4 05 4 4 21 oils Adi is not all dares laws repealing local or special AH laws of a aature shah have uniform opera-and no lav iit- vinou l-- Hiatal S tie i F J make against put in very bad company it Jt is thus CH ENE V CO Props ToledoO Sold by Druggists 75c 50 2 711 Have in stock at their house on Second Street a variety ot TnQM rn J Si swt i -- Aoo rN J200 0Cft IGIFS Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lnmp Coal JOHN Q Ono Cent pe Quickest Delivery in City SU2U LOWEST PRICES and RAIN HAVE NO HT1 i K 7 74 11 Fi SB Ike Hubble is a thief of monumental gall He stole a pair of pants from Joe tid in a short time took 8 Jem would them bade to ti stru nchester Ar Richmond- A 12 10 F 1 35 M n COOKING STOVES That Use Gas for Fuel They have ir 6 15 7 M i oo ver coal h TRAINS WEST id via K 7 5 ceo si stoves coai 01 and conaequc Qa4meMt niESIAPKT HI BBOXtnnM taasTT TTI WWT ETC ETC AT THE BRYANT STRATTM BBS1MSS C8U MRBEB THIRD ADO JEFFERSON STREETS LOOtSVILLE IT CATALOStt IUTRUCTIU ment wa- backward -- it has ma people have r a a bold I he two ALWATS READY FOR USE repeal lawyers t tirnr count v Local option laws and 10 REWARD W L DOUGLAS SS 2 3340E jix iei3 ou bof 4 aaasl Steam Usr J for Sals mm JACK FREEMAN - Having emerged in safety frcjh the late great fire rescuing our LARGE STOCK OF CLOTHING we are now comfortably situated in the spacious store room opposite our former stand and known as the LUXON BUILDING WE INTEND TO L Apply AJSTJD OFIFIEIR the torch to our prices on PROM TO -- IDOLS FOZRTWJLIR- - all goods IN STOCK AT 1 FIRE PRICES 9 lothing Merchant Tailo hot Hats Everything Goes REGULAR FIRE PRICE oil nn ha WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK FROM WHICH TO SELECT THE FOLLOWING ur stock is full and comitate and we have as every one knows been closed up for several weeks on account ol delay in settling with the Insurance Companies This delay has left us with thl goods that would otherwise have been disposed of Consequently to keep up with the season we must rush these goods from our counters FITRNISHINQS ETC ETC We mean business and are on hand to verify our assertions at a Greatly 0Come and see whether you need anything or not Reduced Price Remember Thi Si LSU1LLING I 7H3T ur MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT is in Full Blast and We Ire Receiving Orders Daily for Work 0 NS ljxqh mum H OYHVGTON k I MITCHELL Â¬ i HE CLIMAX T Administrators 1 K Juno in tit 10 1S91 i Jane 13th A Friday the household organized last fur sale oart hoofte band ad at that time It ol t ad- vit offered in the ity for eheaji residences and business lots The eoal ard is unsurpassed in Kentucky for location CoAje erary body lu memher the large boanisai honati on Main sve lMen s nt out by S Grarjaa school on North street in RichmooH for The Deelaitners Contest First annual which will take lace at tlie Curt house Neat in- the iiiiils of Prof A injured last is iniiiMvmii - voor attention where ine 6V to night Th program n Kev B N II 1 Chairman eel nations llood Lit4 Sobjecl V Neville The Olympic Crown uv- men want t -- What ifbe the ili Hieouiu ny of this liepublic Mnw he Maidot rrleaiK Lot f Coun Bobert French Subject hv fire on hist try Warfield C and Jnflanon krsh Harry Wanton William Jsfaoa 1 lii at at Paint Smith Jr Kobert S Tsyor Joel mall hills fated 15 C Hagenim T D to Cbenault Junior Division i Bennett-object-Ada- ms Trilble r Division F Robert h IVd of 1 1 J B ittle diet abject William 1 1 French Subje Seal Hoise and H lOf lone Uieklitle Commencement complimented 4 Richmond cemetery John K Harris died in Madison county Ky on Friday June 5th 1891 aed I 68 years Burial at the Ballard burial grounds at Bobtown He was a good man Claude Smith Mi At Stanford Illinois Sunday June 7th Mrs J W Davis and daughter of paralysis Mrs E OL Naffziger after a Annie Bell and Miss Lucy Crow of It painful illness of several months De Â¬ mond arrived yesterday and are ceased was a daughter of P F Adams 4 111 of Mrs Jas B McFerran DanrillHOW lllllUW r Particulars next v i n consumer this county and niece of Mrs P Parrish No 4 complains that thieves steal the An in IT this city IiUingham addition was company left yesterday on Ed Gordon lay June rel lanterns used by the water thirty minutes on b Mary Spencer Rogers daughter of Rev it Sund une for danger signals where ditchesare oien silent wheel for Richmond whereXI 0 small lota sold for Henrv M and Alma Rouers of Davtm endangering should he ever arrive remain tor a wee by to receive the pipes thereby to individu- addition nov jndiana and grend daughter of Dr C C ghny the live of the public besides annoying the guest of Mrs B W Turner President Wni B Stewart Smith of this county was buried in p m address I ton Trantcripl the company June Main Richmond cemetery on Tuesday Junu 2 ting conte C P Willia YM Mr Ambrose F Dudley graduated from I MV Medals 1HI1 Her age was 2 vears and six Columbian University Law Bcb to be aw Tin Kev by Madison Female Institute had not Washington City Is I evening In the moW w Jolm Farley died in Richmond Ky debate he was on th side ol on Friday Jum el 80 yeiirs that Federal Test I time fuur Tln Wtcr am He Burial in the Cemetery Saturday crimii inal jurisdiction subjoined ila came to Richmond marly half a century i in npied the Mhu Magiru- Towers depart n Main street con Miss ing 06J THIN COLUMN oclock a time He was art- H5i InU n always at his place of business and had e Taylor received the inent Kichmond ami andCitv Council will I If you care to secure ano ever lastingly not b many yeiirs standing 9b 5 6 Several others mp ike gives n i feet r gratitude al you Thousands ef his customers even close contestants Aline Jackson all persons Kill the boy that iobbers over younger thsnlhe have gone from si lit Cora Chenault M Viola Million 94 tructiona on said road moat sj french harp m the vichitv of tlie and under thmsod He was a good Tommie Pickels 93 1 10 Fannie Climax office about noon ev 93 lay - of probably citizen and lean school only 6 months 9tJs 4 lurt- - I Dnnlap in An supper given by Mrs 100000 iree sons nd 4l 1 Miss Nona Bond of Tennewee won can exchange notes that tl Republi- - two d ve set fort rnot reday dubbed Iy In He was a Her pian e medal in music by his - e organ native land but was was a Horse Back Rid mposed by herself was nm he has and le he Preeb f i iiB1 joint beginner mak- - isnt wagin eriu tie At her h lthT ive mil tarts medal to nal death of reatest progress was awarded to debate with Mr Brown d at Waco of Mav The Stanfonl Inf ipuio Miss Alice Markley isbaaaHof as a prime In the Art Department Miss Mi lal in-- il paint- - nor seen tat oughts in crayon a D -Â¬ Â¬ W I Complaints ral coiiimunications lie on our ta Lost Arrnnnts i hie crowded out by Court of Claims and 15 W Turners file of counts other large advertisements with coati WOO to No 1 complains that the post office out rock bottom amounting to 112000 and - so early in the evening that meÂ¬ jirejiare was misplaced Hew be glad ul it to have them again chanics and others who are engaged till vn highly 6 oclock and have not lock boxes can Â¬ I la Agaia week listening to the get their mail Fred Hale colored who killetljeuben not ran hy Dr llitts No 2 complains that the streets are Munday of Tataa Creek in naajnine dangerous owing to the holes that have county recently WM acquitted 4 SaturItev Thar been sunk bv the rains where water and day but was re a rested by C stable gas mains have been laid of biga Je at Wednesday jironoune- - Kroaddus on the charge No 3 complains that the rules of the was lodged in Jail here Monda night ible effort water works company should be revised Fred is a Virginia li K coon noting that consumers are to be charged inty Sunday She-Program Berea Conar BiemeBt W for pipes and stop clicks in the street not lleasant church last Saturday different from L mier on the property of or under control of the grand success ami embraced a moat Marshals John T McClintoc Neale George H Martin Judges of the Cont Medals lo at Sullivan S K Scott Kev Mr Wednea1 f Judge James Beaton of Winchester visited relatives in the county last week Miss Bva Reynolds of Augusta Ky is visiting Miss Mynne Wagers this week Miss Christine Rieckel of Cynthiana is visiting Mrs EL C Boggs on Broadway Berea Fair Mr John Owen of Woodford formerly At an election of otiicers for the Berea of this county isited relatives here last Fail Co Jhn Hill was chosen President week Wm Tatum Vice President T J O vie Mr ami Mrs Hilton of Winchester Secretary J D Lucas Treasurer The Fair will lie held August 14th are visiting Miss Bessie Dudley Second and 15th with races each day on nice street Miss Georgia Sommers of Louisville is half mile track Horses cattle sheep hogs mules visiting Miss Emma Willis on High jack stock farm and garden products street will be exhibited Mr J EL Gordon of Lexington is visGood stables on the ground Booth iting his daughter Mrs B W Turner on privileges will be let at an early day Main street The amphitheatre is in good repair Miss Nannette Thomas of Bristol Abundance of fine white sulphur water Tenn is visiting Miss Merrett Jones at on the grounds Silver Creek Admission only K cents for jKrsons Col T S Moberley has goie to Chicaunder 12 ovei IS year ui age ciiiiliVe go to attend tin great Alexander sale of and over 7 I cents led stock Â¬ Â¬ 1 this kind hut after h ing a memlie- - of for many years it seems hut natural for grief to he the almost nat- nral consequence Makiig Ice The Richmond lee Factory has lieen in operation a week and is turning out the purest cleanest ice imaginable in blocks that weigh 00 oiinds Dyfca delivering it There are 10S freezing - and 72 hours are rvijnired for freezing so a block is taken out every 40 minutes A cold storage room has been added and fresh meats fruits and other articles kept at small cost Mr Pickrell is manager assisted y Mr Frank Richart nates and If hn Com Kiev were so closely MATRIMONIAL tied tor beat hoekeeper that both were giveu medals At the home of Mrs Bettie Green As a giver of medals Prof Hagerman Wednesday June 3rd occurred thenar- heads the list riageofMr V J Harris to Miss Mary Green both of this city PERSONAL Mr Charles D Grubba and Miss Mary Miss Mary Ranch of Lexington is Wiilie Hazerigg will lie married at the Christian church in Mt Sterling Tuesday visiting Mrs J A Higgins Miss Mam e 8 oclH k Miss Nannie Hunt of lx xington is June 16th at Baldwin of Richmond will be bridesvisiting Miss Bettie Arnold maid At College Hill Thursday June 4ti Occurred the marriage of Mr W M Hisle Kev S K to Miss Georgia Hysell Attendants Rainey officiating McKinney and Miss Mattie Willian s The groom is a son of Mr Willis IlisV well known here and is to be congratulated uion the indkaous sefoeuon m n made she being a charming lielle molest and refined H W OTryant letv Tuesday for Kichmond where he v as united in marriage to Miss Harjr on Wednesday Thev left at once or Chicago where they will spend a tow days thence to his old home returning to this in Amierson Ind cHy Miss Harper is a very heantitul girl and made many friends during her stay in this city Mr O Bryant Bet Miss Harper last winter while she was visiting Mr J C Hulett here and the two Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ human heart to bear but we must take it in the light He knows best Who ill things She leaves a husband two sona and two daughters She eras the daughter of John Haden and a sister of Mrs iillum Kumiss Mi Henly William and Leroy Haden The bright eyed sweet tempered daughter Mollie of IS years is left fa take charge of the sad home far the liereaved father and brother The many friends of the familv are Isjwed in sorrow for their loss H M er does the best work W P Baxter painter and paper hangSee him and get a good job 29- - mmmmm SfrHJranaarrHJSJfrHJgk - Donelson has a quantity of new Sulkies Surries and Suggies of the newest and most popular pattern and at very reasonable figures 5- Ire Cream By the gallon or any large quantity for 15est cream at rea families or parties sonable prK - A GJ WOODS FORMERLY Joe GlunCHIGHUAjn Prescription Druggist Prenian You are entitled to any one of these premiums by remitting 3 50 to the pub- Â¬ and becoming a yearly sublishers Irvings scriber to Bellords Magazine Works 6 vols umo bound in English cloth worth 10 George Eliots Works o its i2mo bound in rrush cloth worth 10 Irving- - Life of Washington i2mo bound in r lish cloth 3 vols worth 550 The History of the Cui federate States illustrated large Svo beutifully bound worth 1550 The Works of William Shakespcre complete Edited by Clark Wright 3 vols octavo English cloth Fully illustrated NEW ADVERTISEMENTS RES1DEMJ0R s 1 SALE I oftcr for sale my resilience on M H 11 Irvine street ma wm Turnpike Notice Notice is Hereby t4 hat alt persons permitting Wagons Carts piles of lumber ctin fences or other ob- Â¬ structions to remain on the of the Richmond and Irvine Turnpike between said places are warned to remove such Thev will be held responsiW W PiGG ble in case of accident right-of-wa-l Now removed lo RACKET 8 tween Farmers National Kink anil Shack elford and Gentrys Hardware Store am srg It will pay you what Worth 6 it 01 WEWEREINIT That is in the Firv were first out of it we moved in a imrry ami SLIGHTLY great n Left goods all right hut wrap Insurance Company paid us lor wrappt You can get the goods 1 Senator Matt uomiuHuou Mrs James is visiting USBkam of Richmond the taiiS ami Mrs Sterling Anna K Bean Aft Mr Henry Butler fnd wife of Rich mond are spending a Jew Ways in the city Ofsnigton Prett stopping at the Phuiiik Hagan one of Richmonds Miss Alma most accomplished young ladVes paid the Amimrtm News a pleasant call last wee Sewt Mrs Harrv Moore formerly M Irvine but for sometime resident in th Mrs rived last week and is Presidencv and says that while Genl Harriaon have been devoted triends since that time but little did the friends of eitl er very able man he is altogether too cold suspect a wedding so soon Mr Ta Dispel Colds Desiring to leave Richmond I offer O Bryant is a promising young jeweler Headaches and Fevers to cleanse the privately my residence situated on of this city and his many friends w sh system Main street adjoining the property of Dr effectually yet gently when ML Foster him well Cumberltmd RepmUiemm tive or billious or when the blood is im- J pure or sluggish to permanently cure This is a New Frame Building Qraay is against the re- nenjaiuiu riarrisui ior me He is for lames ti Blain Residence lor Sale DIED Mrs Elizabeth Peyton wife of John H Peyton died in Madison county Ky on Wednesday June 3 1891 Buried in habitual constipation to awaken the kid- Â¬ neys and liver to a healthy activity without irritating or weakening them use Syrup ol Figs Saeeess n Waltsa Ky I J C Robinson of Walton writes have just removed a Knot from a horses leg that was left from a hurt The leg is now perfectly smooth and natural I have a very high regard for Quinns Ointment which has accomplished the above rerult It Plankiag- with 7 rooms 4 halls kitchen bathroom cellar with cistern large stable and Size of lot all necessary outbuildings on which building is situated is 70x220 MRS GEO H MYERS it At a Bargain me and see what you can find need Jet prices FIRE GREAT -- e - Iniis - Especially -- the - Farmers We are crowded for room Need money badly and will sell goods to get it Will make it to your interest to trade with 1 If you need w ii The following parties have had water put in their places of business by J M Riffe the Practical Plumlier W S Duncans livery stable R R Burnam W L Crutcher J Giunchigli anni For first class plumbing go to him and have your work done right It SACRIFICE OK A- - Soaps Brisks Stiterj Ptrlii 14 - Cake For Sale An excellent quality of coke for sale at damaged by oval in tin the new gas works Price These goods M N DRIGGARS Supt Richmond Water and Light Co 40 120000 Stack of h bis llc we have what you want and oods worth the money To dose out our line of High Grade Spectacles we will sell them w wholesale cost X you want to buv a Sulky Surrey BiiLTgy or Carriage call on Dontlson for he has the latest beet and cheapest 5- If IX - ENDLESS - DONT FORGET the PLACE d look and find VARIETY J Tak ses adjn 11 - 1 Litties barber Shop Removed George T Little has removed his barber shop down street to the house formerly occupied by Sanders cigar store second door from Herndons corner He invites his old patrons and the public gen erally to call Customers promptly waited upon Everything clean and first class and the best of work done 12 Â¬ will bt- offered during the next thirty days at and below c FOR CASH A call at Crookes old stand corner Main and Second streets will lully satisfy the must incredulous that 1 intend to close out this stock at the p for nothing except prices and it Â¬ Cigars of Sigh Grade 11 Buy yo jr ice from the Richmond Ice Manufacturing Co 45-8- r- The Richmond Ice Manufacturing Co propose to sell the best Ice as low as the lowest 45 18 isks for your pa ent rack rooms on Main Lowest Cash Prices ne wiu t once A G WOODS Prescription Drug yndon Drug tnerly Store Hotel ir uil irate n aaaaas w 4 sm X TUnitfER IpJjpyipJljr t L I f Deatheiage N B account for J f CLAIMS -- coffin c 6 eo AU-O TF April Term 1 WD AT THE 1891 8 oo 50 4S I Deatlicrage X B Assignee of Collins Deatherage mer- Â¬ chants account Davis Dr J A on medical account Deatherage B T road claim Douglas i X for 7 days atten dance on court Douglas I X for serving committees on two 152 00 55 00 6 00 21 00 The V ArbuckW M niaJ Claim Co merchant MB 6 00 2 Deatherage election las election 1 XB Judge August 00 00 Judge account ilain S90 WH 1F90 August 2 111 Wed lr 1 AE 11 1 I medical account tor atn nd ng to clock for 7 days attendance lor serving on two 8 Denham Jas Judge August and 50 00 November election 1S0O 4 00 14 12 irt ST fj days rxlraasSuperlist I road claim lo Ilurrus I X road claim claim Mallard Ed 1 sericec as G ice - Deatherage Joe 7 davscxtiaas ivisor of tax list Dudley T P 6 days extra as Su- 00 ivrvisor oltax list 00 00 75 oltsa 1 W as Commit - Flallard Win M murium as Com- WC ii mny W W man liuptT account 1 Clerk August elec- - M merchants account Gieenleaf coffin ac- - By bee M J road claim Holm Hi am road claim llurdt tt Joasafc rod claim Baxter i W merchants account Bioaddux A J roac claim Blount I S inerchants account Broaddus J X ball nee on account BaiesJ W to reimburse him for money paid to capture Alex in Elkin W F road claim 6 00 Embrv J Allen 75 Eagle J F services as commit o oo on bridge 6 co Embrv George road claim Engle J F 6 00 tvans u w medical account J F road claim Freeman Jack merchants ac 6 00 count Fish ETA Co merchants ac6 00 count 5 Freeman En road claim Fish E T 2 00 Foster M medical account Ki A Middleton niedicil account 43 Fish A T A Son merchants ac171 10 count 6 00 Frazier Columbus sei vices as 3 00 Patrol 3 00 Fitzpatrick W C V Co merchan3S 00 dise and repairs 6 00 Farley W L merchants account 6 00 Frazee Dr L J salar as Jail Physician 33 File A Duncan account for mer- 3 75 10 Oo lr 9 50 9 7s 40 00 17 00 committee 3 00 services as Million Mrs School Commissioner 12 cts for each child 000 32 10 00 Million T J election account Myers Carse account for merchandise 53 31 Moores John W road claim 3 00 Million G B Pauper account 3 00 Million G B for 7 days attendance on court Million G B for serving on two 6 00 committees Moores Jno W for 7 days attendance on court Moores Jno W for Herving on two 6 00 committees Mitchell E D for 7 days atten dance on Court Mitchell E D for serving on two 6 00 committees Martin Wm II JadgeaNovember election 1S90 McCollum Isaac Judge Xovem2 00 ber election 1 Mjo Muipin Joel W Judge Novem 2 IKl ber 1S90 6 00 Xewbv T E load claim Xewby Owen 3 00 AT 1 Â¬ Â¬ 47 so 54 o- - 1 6 00 1 so 25 00 10 00 20 00 7 70 Xoland James for 7 days atten Â¬ dance on court Xoland lames for serving on two committees Oldham Jas W account as Cost Stable Olds Win road claim Oldham W D Co merchant ac count Oldham W K serv ices as Patrol OldhatllJ K balance on account for merchandise due Jan I 1891 XonisJG 00 5 1 Thompson Chas acting as Patrol 40 E G Parish Chainman 00 7 20 W S Hunly Chainman Thomas Wm M coffin account In the case of G W Whittaker motion fee bill Thorpe Thos 97 98 to change road Taylor Owen F for services as 7 00 S Parish Surveyor Receiver for Poor House 75 o 1 Henly Haden Viewer 50 2 25 Thompson John road claim 5 Squire Jennings Viewer Taylor Owen F Receiver of 00 Win Green Chainman Poor House appropriation for 1 00 support of same 1500 00 E G Parish Chainman 200 00 Win Tudor Damages Thorpe Thos for signing 250 In the case of G W Whittaker motion Corner Main and Firbt Streets Madison County Bonds 25 00 to change road Turpin Jno A lor 7 days attend S Parish Surveyor 7 00 dance on court RICHMOND KENTUCKY 2 50 Saunders Viewer Turpin Jno A for serving on two 5 6 00 Wm Barnes Viewer committees 81 00 j C Hendren Damages Talbott W C Clerk August elecIn the second case of C C Chrisman tion 1890 motion to change road Todd Geo W Judge August elec10 00 tion 1S90 JAG Williamson Surveyor AJ er 3o B F Judge August elecW P Piewitt Viewer 3 tion 1890 carelully compounded day ami 2 00 F C Tevis Chainman Tavlor Wm Clerk August and 00 night by an experienced physiPGooch Chainman Novcmbei election iS 4 00 W T Turner Chainman 00 cian and pharmacist Thorpe G K Judge Nobember W C Kosr Chainman 00 election 1S90 In the case of Abner While Surveyor Tudor W H Judge November c Petition for against W L Blauton election 1S90 2 00 allotment of hap Vincent Jas II road claim 5 Scott Slivers Vanw inkle J W service for 2 86 50 Surveying 6 00 C F Thorpe Witt 00 J E Friend Witnei s Vanw inkle J W Clerk August o Benton election lSi0 DiUaid Berryman Witness 3 00 Jno Y for capturing and 6 00 itness 3 00 returning jail escape 25 00 Morton Hcrivner Wm merchants account 50 Daniel F Tudor Witness S 30 Williams A W supplies tarnished 00 DJ Snovvden Witness TOILET The following subscriptions were made Paupers 5 10 00 Woosley E II road claim 50 to Tin npikes at the rate of 1000 to the mile 69 00 John H road claim 50 BOOKS ALBUMS To the Kid House and Four Mile 20 Williams W A road claim 9 50 Turnpike 41 S 00 Walton M P road claim To the Walnut Meadow Beiea Wiley W H road claim 9 00 and Big Hill Turnpike 2J5 J2 332 15 Wiley G T road claim 45 1 -- PowersHagan DRUGGISTS OLIVER PLOWS J TstsUPWMsEtE 1 A PRESCRIPTIONS See Â¬ 1 1 1 DRUGS Medicines Chemicals ARTICLES 1 1 v 1 1 v kz t 1 8 50 100 00 1 4s 365 00 chandise 50 00 Frazee Dr L J medical account Green Mrs Mary A road claim Si Gentry J V 00 Garrett Benton 50 on Win to Pauper account 00 Y load claim Gentry Josiah road claim Powell John Portwood Josiah Powell J J Powell Curtis Parish J W 50 8 00 4 West W H road claim White 11 LS Son merchants 2 2s 75 ac- count 45 2 4 A White Allen merchants ac- Â¬ 2S count Wallace C C merchants account White Abner road claim Wallace Jas W road claim Wyatt T P road claim coU David road claim Williams Joe road claim Wallace Elizabeth road claim Willoughbv A J road claim White W B Co ballance on 16 7j Middelton merchants 7 4 50 5 1 S Oo Cunningham Pauper Parish account Prewitt W P services as Commissioner 77 32 27 SO 6 00 3 3 35 4 50 3 lowing subscriptions were made to Bridges Ac Silver Creek Bridge at Win Ilagaus 1250 00 Ordered that the following named per sons lie exonerated from paying poll tax lor the year 1891 POWER k HAGAN A 1 RUFF SHACKELFORD DEALERS IN All- FOR S-A-Xa- l3 GENT House KINDS OF Â¬ oal account Is Dlsl kk i No 1 51 1 man Tan road claim Ien rojd ciaini an Martin ad claim in to buy cork leg for - 6 00 6 00 3 00 1 OO Hardware Gen- - Tinware Wooflenwafre AND WAGON Funiisli i od Josiah road claim Hen 2 OO 7 9 OO 3 35 T repair road Golden Harry road claim 00 Gibbs loel W 5 E L E to 75 Tabitha col pauper 5 20 00 3 75 Pearson J D servicer as com- Â¬ mittee on bridge Pcyntz Dr J M 3 medical accounts W A merchants acPowell Â¬ James Keene Thomas Barnes Wesley Chenault col Adam Wh Harry Ston irj Irvine col Foun tain Walten Kjnmanuel Oldham col Sunt Shadcrick BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL IO OO 145 00 15 merchants account Watts Johnson road claim Wells llixter road claim Whittaker G W road claim Walker J Stone Assignee 01 G W Maupin account as jailer Well1 C T coal account ng Geo M account for papering in ail A Harry 5 o0 1 Roofing and Guttering Richmond Kv Mureh 19 1890 Vorkers in Sheet Xolainl col and Andy IN Iaii 50 itrol V I 40 3o 1 375 50 3 75 1 M JL count Parkes Jas B road claim Powers ii Hagan merchants count IS 12 00 00 13 50 ac- 3 U H i Golden Griggs N B Judge August and ctioo 1S90 4 00 4 00 26 30 ac21 OO loo 00 54 25 85 47 8 20 1 District No 2 James Thurman David Christopher Arch Hicks Harry Wh irles Jenkii In Disti George Stagner Milton Baxt r Alfred Wooluin George Baxter Milton Mize F F Jackson William Ben Â¬ nett Hugh Bennett John R Bigy- - Molilalia Peter Glover and Robert Â¬ 3 Ma M11SC11 merchants Â¬ rt R load claim in for - da attendance g on i on two and w A ugMt W L T Judge August and 12 IX r election IS 5 Hunter W S Assignee of B D er for holding 12 iBOMMU Hendren J X road claim 21 oo Hughes H H llogan Wm H for coffin and 6 00 merchandise AS road claim 4 00 Hart Albert C - 72 00 1 jo 14 So 7 fio count Hiram J road claim Phelps Thos road damages Patton B F road claim Powers David for diging 3 road claim- Phelps Frank col Phtlps Dan road claim Parks Jonah 3 25 IlKIIUEIJEiElEI -- ClosiisgOutEVERfONEFARLE to r 00 10 50 6 00 3 ti merchants account B 3 2900 Pearson J D 1 60 Bruce Parish count 2 50 6 00 17 00 billance on 1111 11 ac- Â¬ road claim Walker Harrison road claim Walker J Stone Assignee of G W Maupin account as jailer Walker J Stone allowance for coal Williamson I A G account for Wm 5 DEAIEK IN- - 22 In 1 99 IO 66 60 13 District Xo 4 Eli Jones Wm Jennings Wallace Harri- - Green Harris Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Sjiwial u As tc r Martin BUSINESS Plated warr etc HAPPY ruB F Kent WRouoin sniiil KIMS Hendren 4 J M A merchants merchants ac- Â¬ ac- 4 Oo for Imiiilisr due 37J J elecI 00 count Higgins it Wm 1C iik uug 4 00 August and 1S90 S 4 2 Jno 1S91 January Powell BG Judge August tion iSo T J Judge August election W A 00 00 Os Higgins account Herndon merchants to 00 surveying ilis Win for holding inquest Win coffin and burial ac count White W G merchants account P road claim jo 6 00 5 Parks colj John W Henderson Harris Rhodus and Henry Royston c attention given to 00 92 So 2 2s X Urn iiiT 40 I Heathman it John road claim Harris Douglas fee account fee brick Ac 6 75 54 91 Powell 1revv itt Clerk November Nov em- Â¬ 3o unt iad claim Jonathan Juiige S90 Hunter Hun go Sr road claim claim rk Auyus- A A coffin account d claim mi 6 00 4 50 2 ber election Richards 3 cki C M II 7 15 I 8j 00 in v SB w I c -- burial account n Hi C S medical account Hamilton J D road claim Hill L W torsHill L W for recording Settle--icritand P Hou e Records Receiver Hill John account as Patrol Harris Dr J W meJicai account Harris DrJ W salary as Poor House Physician Harris Huse road claim Hill L W Fee Bill as County Clerk Hill L W for waiting on this T Oo 25 00 4 50 25 00 ic 1 OO 40 10 00 M F road claim Rose Owen is Wm 11 road claim Rifle Jno M balance on account for plumbing Henson coffin account iramis- sioner A I services as Chairman J road claim Robertson 15 R account for coffin Wagers J F to have system of water works placed in jail Williamson JAG for Surviving and Superintend ing construction of Baines 4s 00 In Ditkict No William Tribble col Horace EI Hood col Zack Griffin on Myers col Adam Riddle Sr McKeehan John Vaughn Thomas - FETTINQ DAMONDS AND OTHER PRBeiOOH STONE the senior mem ber of the firm V A n Bartlet Ro KSPAIRI2VTO Promptly done ami In a workmanlike George Garrett Alex Had 6 00 12 00 Hocker id Thos Lear Sr In District No Arch Pettitord col Harry wanner 3 9 27 00 2 1 00 5 125 00 2 75 00 315 60 50 00 7 00 5 claim t Hisle Willis to keep road in re- l r- - t pair ing bcliuol 3 00 7 -- 15 1 00 5 Riddle Adam road claim RoIhisoii B R account for collin on li R account for coffin C toad claim Pobeison TJ road claim Risk J road claim A File merchant1 t 7 20 1 So 10 1 sl 43 5 collin account int road ture Co unt I I f 1 so 3 75 mtlm11 16 II isle Clarissa road claim Hisle Wm J Hisle Win C Harris James W k Hani Jno A for 7 days attendance on court Ham Jno A for serving on two 3 75 3 00 21 oo committees in H C 600 Judge August elec 2o 4 r C C medical ac count road claim Chenault J C and J A Sullivan and services as loi bridge committee i trip to ault J C Kranklort before board of Equal- i Mi 00 4 00 10 00 c v A 1 DM same for in r 10 00 10 00 sealing with 40 00 25 00 SO 25 - station ilt J C to buy school books or children r making settle wlli School Superinten- tion lby0 Aui ust and Hill John Juofc Xov ember election it Howard X B Judge August n Xovembler election 1890 Hill L W comparing Poll Books Hill L W waiting on Court of Claims May 4 189 Irvine Wm road claim lohnson L W road claim Jones M Jno coffin recount Jetl William road claim Jackson S G Jones James O road claim 4 00 2 0 Mrs Ann Pauper account Richmond Water A l ilit Co int Rice FJ road claim Roberts Cassius salary keeper ot Poor louse Roberts Mrs Cassius salary as matron of Poor House Royse S Qj oad claim Register Printing Co account Roberts V T road claim Ray Alex tor 7 days attendance on court for serving on two 20 00 10 56 50 00 75 00 4 so 07 75 3 00 committees 6 00 2 S33 1 5 -- 2 5 360 3 1 00 00 75 23 00 10 ilinting C Company ac- - 5 Johnson Major Gibson medical acJennings count 00 Jett Hiram road claim Johnson S T Judge August ei tion 50 6 33 o 3 00 2 ant account aitha lauper ac- 1 12 Johnson John Judge August and Xovember election 1S9O 4 00 2 ito 00 15 OO E road claim t sSj Johnson Wm A Judge Xovember election King Thos road claim King T J King The R Keene Kelley Barney merchants 181 1 5 00 45 Lnnslon iner- 23 10 1 73 22 50 15 Thomas road claim itoi J W and I P Armer lor the erection of Public Water i 00 50 00 ac- Â¬ Risk Wm J Clerk November election 1S90 stapp John road claim Stoufler J B merchants a Sallee Wm road claim Sallee Wm S Stouffer J B merchants account Scrivner L M road claim Shearer W J Sale T B road claim Stone Jell Shackleford Gentry A Co merchandise account Sexton M C account for plumb- Â¬ ing S L merchants acSimpson count Streng H J merchants account Sims S E road clsim Smith Dr C C medical account as Spurlock Taylor serving Â¬ Â¬ 00 sO IO 6 00 9 00 3o 5 S5 2 2S 6 00 S 00 50 14 42 74 00 00 50 20 o 3 12 00 9 20 2 40 S Patrol 4 00 30 1 50 21 ac- Â¬ Fountain lull C l Pauper account and 300 OO 20 00 count Kanatzar Henry road claim Keene Sam Kanatzar Richmond for 7 days attendance on court Kanatzar Richmond for serving on two committees Lee Alford care of Pauper Lakes Fred road claim Lakes W X Long Marion road claim Lewis A K Â¬ Stone S H on coffin account Scxsmith Dr W T medical count Smiley 18 00 W road claim j J no C for signing R R Bon 900 125 Robert road claim 4 so 00 00 in iu trip to obtain the R A B R Rstock m J Mc for 7 days attend ance on court tc for serving on two - 2000 21 6 00 10 00 9 00 24 00 1 D road claim Searcy C L merchants account Sullivan J A services as counsel in caseofCaperton vs Chenault Sullivan J A salary as County 45 4 00 too OO Attorney Scudder Laura account for mer- Â¬ chandise Sullivan J A for expenses incurred on trip to obtain R N I B R- - R StockSturtevant B W road claim- Stapp Jno S for 5 days attend ance on court Stapp Jno S for serving on two committees Smith Win H Judge mber election i8y Scudder W J 3 diys e Supervisor of tax tra as Sujer visor of Thorp G B for holding ino c S II load cairn Â¬ Â¬ 900 00 4 5 00 50 6 00 7 days attend 21 Chandier W A for Her Lester Charles Lester Charles lumber on road 5 1 accounts for account for 473 62 64 10 9S 2 2 00 W A for serving on y August Ant Lester 2 Charles 1 5 elec- - co Clerk 4 00 2 Oo byu- - lumber on road Lewis W D Clerk August election 1890 W T Clerk Xovember tion 1890 J road claim IS 00 00 00 4 50 3 75 I D ugust and Soo RH Cleik November Wm Miller H D coffin account rs Spuire L road claim n E C Pauper account in B B supplies furnished 4 00 John Harlow A J Baker IlarrisonJores Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver ohn F account as jailer 740 30 Watson Howard RjIk rs John F account as jailer 37 35 David Msf D mt lorirt l the place nrxl door Wm road claim 9o lo the lowt olllee Kicliiiond Ky W 15 roao claim M Bly the co i orge Mori G J road claim Wood J M account 00 Walker John road claim 50 rs Jno F allowance lor coal In Dim kk i No 7 I M for 7 davs attendance William Hurt Foster Johnson James on court Mnk Whittaker Jacob Wood J M for serving on two Irvine Brown Irvine Agee Dudley C 6 00 Mc Kinney committees Elkana Rich BF r II Judge August and ardson coll Harry UA8 THE- November election 4 00 In Distri Wylie J Clerk August and James Roberts and Kinch By rum November election S 4 00 I rh No o M Judge November elec Nathan Roberts LINE tion 1S00 Perkins Jack Massey Wm Prewitt Wm Young Douglas for 7 days atopes Vincent Kidweil Joseph tendance on court Anlv Peter Monday Young Douglas lor serving on two crowmtttees 6 00 Zittle Taylor merchants ac ion count 10 00 appropriation lor Zltlle A Tavlor road claim rat county purposes 25 122 7J its and damages in road e Amount ol Subscription to be paid out of the County Levy for in 518s 2 N Burruf year iStjt In the c a o Amu t0 motion to jlen road Bridges 12 so 00 Dnt of Appropriation Parish Surveyor 4 00 II W Haden Viewer lor Iubic Fuiiniai 50 00 300 Win Stocker Viewer Thomas Smith Damages 10 00 Total 2i 4 1 Elbridge Harvey 50 00 Marv Ann Million of Kentucky SCT 8 00 Madison County Wm Martin G B Million 100 10 I L W Hill Clerk ofthe County CCKrt 14 So for said County do certify John fcstapp that the fore Henry Hughes 4 75 going is a true correct and complete list ot JP Tribble Assignee of Hugh dins and appropriations made hy the Reynolds Damages too 00 Madison County Court of Claims and RICiTIOND BAS L7ER HAD 8 10 Tat Newbv it its Apiil Term 1891 22 32 Martin Si Million Damages Given under my hand this 14th day of In the case of E P Benton motion to May 1891 L W Hill CM C charge road A SAtf B r Cooke Surveyor 5 00 It was Mr Enierfon who said the first and it was a ier than 1 50 wealth is health M L Rayburn iewer 120 00 the modern philosopher who said that the D G Martin Damages m like the clock In the case of Jas E Combs motion to runsdown It needs winding up The blood have county line located oor and scores ot disea es result It a ionic to enrich it B F Crooke Commissioner 13 50 A certain wise doctor after years of pa12 5 R II Crooke Commissioner tient study discovered a medicine which I 50 Anderson Lakes Marker purified the blood gave tone to the system In the case of Sidney Bogie motion to and made men tired nen ous brain wasting men i e like new He called it his change road Golden Medical Discovery It has been J S Roberts Viewer SO sold for years sold by the million of bottles S Moberly Viewer 5 and people found such satisfaction in it that who discovered it now ftels 5 o Dr Pierce JAG Williamson Surveyor 1 o warranted in selling it under a positive Hart Henry Chairman ntee of its being good in all 1 00 Thos Martin Chainman Perhaps its the medicine for you Yours case of Woodson Masters Arc wouldnt be the first case of scrofula or salt In the motion to open road rheum skin disease or lung disease it h 111 Main St nothing else would Tl S Parish Surveyor 7 00 cured when trials worth making and costs notion N B Deatherage Viewer 5 Money refunded if it dont do you good W T Deatherage Viewer 1 50 W Green Chainman 1 00 A SKIN GAME 1 00 E D Baldwin Chainman Fssncy E Perkins Chainman 00 Practiced By a iuthrle itnnk Started Without a Dollar and Took All it Mrs Betsy Young Damages 250 00 Could Get Without Intending to Paj 2S 20 Back Eliza Perkins Damages Receiver E D Mex of the Commer Queensware Glassware In the cae of James H Witt motion to cial bank Guthrie Ok vhich failed locate road some months ago has handed in his re 15 F Crooke Tinware Hardware Surveyor 00 port to the court It shows ttasf W II Hughes Damages 5 bank from its inception was motion to In the case to take id all it co c c and then fail The uefunet 1ul opn road thout a dollar V a the JA 5 00 April lhV Ontt iXi in J W Ballard Viewer lAlttiK LiM- OF silver was received from the N national of Newton Kan by ex Wagers - 1 1 GORMLEY i fo 1ii FINEST 0FI Saddlery AN- ie 1 Trotting Horse Oils Powell lias been ap pointed postmaster ol LINK ol II Richmond which po- Â¬ sition will require all Flixiishillg - Gccds SAI his time and atten- sow complete tion we have deeided to elose out our Cloth I the and ithin tl ing and Shoe busi on saltreach ui all My Lin ness We will thereTT T V fore sell at greatly HIGH SHOES reduced prices from AS ALSO THE this day forward The Sew - Liver- greater part of ourLpVV goods is new ind the in pAir toe or patent leather I iees are marked pr tor Ladies ets kren is the ud down to little above Buggies MJ cost while for tiie sDvsigt Esr Shawn in Richn others we will take I ca rWaM you is style as well Uisis in an in less than cost price Jul- StioesHats FAKMIN 11 Â¬ - CUT - 11 ofthe best materials DGfi I BUY- -pect and UteJt yks e MKuiley Bill has ery description qJi1memv prices which c ntil you in in- - v Line n te al Â¬ I 1 Shoes Gents Furn HECV GROCERY ishing Goods Uni brellas Valises and various other goods WCiToddBro Come now j telow First WCW mIeyCo Hats a variety T luh ILHi Style The Thir 3 wok 0i d The Quality the Best Hrses I Bon rome now while von can the largest stock to sele Teams for haulii tub Save money and be iappy POWELLTAYLOR 0 COR 33- - C WALLACE aDfl FLOUR h betw tnd IttUN A1TD riKST STC 1 Staple and roceries -- CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES M rERs It an J 11 Myers m Â¬ afturninj out w us now Efrel rull Koll at houl -- - 2 vl 1 1 toodenware Tas lift fl m I- - 1 H tl I DB 3 75 3 00 2 6 00 e motion to road JA I o surveyor v in e 5 1 1 fill J C comparing poll ioncr It J C salary as County J W Surveyor and Com- mber I li oner 1891 to be paid ney now ui his hands 1000 00 May Robert road claim 1 o MorUm George road claim - account 12 50 Miller Ja C services as Patroll ad claim 4 so Masters Woodson road ciaim6 00 Miller W H for slationar 2 5 Msdkiff S L blacksmith account a nv us roauj umin 25 irtllcr Jno T 2 coftn accou pppK 6 00 GS - Pauiers Moore J W Surveyor and 57 Corn- 27 Tudor W K 9 Tavlor Woodson read cla Todd J Frank 00 Turpin J A Todd J 4 00 00 o 6u 3 11 Hendren mi road r f 00 D A Duer 3c 83 6 00 Todd Leelu and the same d was sent back to the Newton national The do for the first three mon hs average 000 a day There i 1 record that any of tl n or any body ti a dollar ex cept the handsomo on depositors brick cred Â¬ ited himself St 000 while irty nam of 843000 Rugsdl lditiun M Replenlabao CANsED GOODS ibacco and Cigars Wata tts Duersons Geld Bust - iTLEE1 sW av jfWe want to buy all PRODUCE at volt the nck- - My vehicles are all new am 1 POTTS - DUERSON anil - HOUSEAND LOTFOH s and the like and im us JNEYI 19 011 j Taylor Woodson road cl account as Ij A Duerson Viewer S Parish Sun kYsOTODDBEO ff nintie lujtznu i in aapportj RUmw Vernon News has airead Clark Gen Pass Agt IVt inliinated BBSs Gf FASKl m- MfsHHMfB I