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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4V r u 9 xg - uv- - ft VOLUME YOtfJMl ATTORNEYS - III AN EXTENSIVE I CAVE Â¬ Â¬ j TO 1I I FIFTY s - --i - 1 o 1 I A I ft tp c p- RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 28 1890 BIGHT DROWNED - M- - dTroxy R r R a 41 1 1 M KICU 1 rris 1 J w I kH I - I 0 RHH Fatal Ending of a Boating Exrnrslnn on Firt Session Lake Watappa Mm Revealed by a Blast Near Wheel-Â¬ Washington Miy 19 Sknatk Mr Hale At Watuppa Lake a party of twelve report ing W Va Committee persons comprising Samuel Wlttles from the the annual on Appropriations naval impropriation bill ed back and wife Ssmuel Wittlea jr Henry tbn fiver bill was taltcu up and M Dolph It U Believed a Natural Wonder Worth Wittle Willie Wittles Levina Buckley nlcirft sed the Senat foloirelby Mr Mitchell Rxploring Has Keen Discovered wis ordered Willie Buckley Frederick Buckley On mollm of Mr WUaaa la tt imported liqA M IIIVAN J subj tlie Willie Turner John Buckley Edwin tliat to iheSenat bill of the ctinsof the aSTetal law uors provisions Recently an extension was built to Wittles and George Hammer hired a States snail b TTORXET A T LA IV taken up to morrow after routheeling and Elm Grove railroad boat and There was ine morning Imsires After an executivo ses Richmond Kentcckv and at a point four miles from Wheel- a strong went rowing wind blowing and the sion the Senate aAfovneek ing V Va on the banks of Wheeling water Tjs The riCed The boat into HotSE be hit tariff bill was considerd tho Office on Kinl Street nmr as formerly ocon the t tion creek in hla tin away a ledge of lime- - which the party cupied liy County Judge Mliler was Klnlcyn amendment wasorro embarked adopted As amend stone a considerable opening was re a common tt irteen foot flat permits S IOWELL vealed in the ground One of tho work- - one and the seating capacity bottomed ed the tobacco aeheAvJatwelve or sample boxes tliiriecn in is eight of cigars containing men climliod down in the hole with a and was too small to accommodate so handy form for travelin men to carrv with a A TTORXE J A T LA IV torch and found at tho end of a commo many people The party finally tax of four cents srroliini tob ireo manufac was tmuM loan a poeiasl loKieeo Richmond Kentcckv dious passage twenty feet long a roomy observed trying to work their way to tured October and withinatsixty coats after the or after davs cave A party of two explored the cavo ward shore just of the pumping passage of Ihe hill c rrvire an iadcfln on the 21st They found the largo station This wasnorth prepr ation for drawbacks limited to Office on Second Street difficult work as room was but the vestihulo of the cav- - water was rough the wind strong tho lars and reducing the toml of Okear inanurc and turcrs from Ijn to 100 An an ctnlnicnt to ern which consists of a series of dome-- the rowers ir experienced When tho DENTAL BfJBGKRY entirety was voted the tebnceo shaped chamberRoof and floor aro of boatload of ploasu re seekers was within aiielish Mr Henderaoi tm down ffered an amend fla smooth limestone Three of these rooms twenty feet f the shore one of tho ment restoring the preaeBI rate of Aotj oa wool A WILKES SMITH were entered tho largest measurin and woo ens Peodtsui a rots the committee children rocked the boat The men feet in diameter and bein perhaps 20 cautioned the child to remain quiet rose and the House aiijourned DEXTAL SURG EOS tVAsm scTm May 20 Mr StanRichmond Kenticicy feet high on an average The passages but the chld was unmindful of ford Introduce a bill for FrsAtT lands and loins on are somewhat uniform about three feet this advice Suddenly wenM hereafter anginas tt the boat that Offlce Smllli Building Main Street high and arch shaped The floor descends capsized Heart rending cries rent the saidon the he Offlce ale suiJct It p ovtaaa for the estabhour 9nj lo liyiu si 111 lo L1HJ 1 M gradually and through tho further side air which wers heard by Fireman Bul- Â¬ lishment of a Ianil Lo in Ilnreau in the TreasarPinciic lnuliei t dentistry bill oi tne third room a stream of water lock of the pumping station and James ury Department Mr Inpalts introduced nWilby rcqu C MORGAN D D S flows The air is pure and fresh so Lafferty but they wero unable to ren- son bill in stl to abolish melal money The the re at on lo imported liquor and that there is evidently another opening der assistance Mr Turner was the only recent Supreme Court deeisioi was called up lilCHMOXD to the cave than that mad by the dyna- one in the party who could swim Ho and discussed until four oclock warn eulogies mite Further exploration was stopped grasped Mr Wittles by the waist and at- Of tho late Kcpresn ntivo Kelley of Pennsyl by the water but by wading to the next tempted to bring him to shore and al- vania were delivered Office Main Street over Madison Notional conference was tho Horsa Bank passage the rays of a bulls eye lantern though Mr Wittles was a heavy man District of AColumbia appropri ordered on and ton bill were thrown into the fourth room and Mr Turner succeeded in doing so In then the rionso went into committee of the eTbY W BURGIN it was seen to b very much lrrger than the meantime the women were wholo Mr Qroarcaor O in the chair on the the others Yelling into this passage struggling in the water Three or tariff bill Mr Oawlsa N Ctaxoffered an amendDEXTIST Mr It ment repealing the tohacco Richmond Kentvcky produced reverberations which seemed four parties on shore cried to them McKenna Call moved - lo amend tbe sucar to die away at a great distance It is to cling to the boat but their failing schedule so as to provid- for a reduction in the Offlce Over Palace Pry Uoods Store on 1 on sucar of percent It First Street formerly occupied by br Kes believed a natural wonder worth explor- strength was unequal to the task and existing dutydividing line aboutinsteid of li anil at 13 ing has born disclosed and a party bet women and children sank out of sight retained t e tcrsoli 4V secured to the this country tbe refin ter equipped will make a thorough tour Four of tho party had struck out for ing of sugar refiners of 13 and between Jm W C1JEED D D S of tho cave shore on their own hook and succeeded Amendments were adapted reducing from 14 to cents per cubic foot the duly on unmanufacin reaching it in an exhausted condition KIRKSVILLE KEXTlCKi free5ton jrrantte sandstone A PLOT The following were drowned their bod- tured or undressedor monumental stone except or other building To Cunw 9 Herniation in Lower California ies being recovered later in the day marble not otherwise provided for and from VI office at Kinnell residence Everything Samuel Wittles aged fifty Mrs Wit- to 40 per cent on hewn dressed or polished Ccllevrd to Have Existed done iterlHiniti to vv profession S Marsha Jard and Collector of tles aged forty five Henry Wittlesaged stone of the same character also an amend ment tiling the duly on sweetened chocolate at Customs Iterry at San Diego Cal havo ten Samuel Wittles jr aged twelve UlANS JiiV 3 cents a pound aUo an amendment changing expressed themselves as being satisfied Levina Buckley aged thirty five Fred the duty on sice htaiota tc valued above ltj Buckley aged three Willie Buckley cents per pound from 40 per cent ad valorem to that a well organized soheroo has been DR M IOVNTZ 7 rents a pound maturing in pursuance of which tho aged eight Willie Turner aged nine CIA X A XL S t R G E OX WAsniNi TON Mav 51 Senate Mr Cana PI Mexican officials of Lower California was predays resignation as HORSE WITH RABIES Kfniicky were to have r n M zed This action Richmond sented and laid on the table Mr Blnir at the it was believed would cause an upris- Thrilling Kace For Life With the Maddened request of Watre worUers Alliance of Washington D C Introduced a bill depriving any State Animal deeSecond Street next to Willies Drug ing of the dissatisfied residents of Lower all wiihin its equal Store California Among the statement pub- Â¬ There is an epidemic of hydrophobia which denies of one protectionitstorepresentation half of lished in conne jtion with the affair is in Breeds la and its vicinity Mad jurisdiction In the House of Representatives Referred W KVA NS MD one to the effect that the International dogs are running loose throughout tho Mr Wilson ill made an effort to have the bill Company was to further the project and country and sock has suffered to a relating to liquors imported Into prohibitory pi J SICLA X AXD SlltGE ox 5100000 waatobe expended for arms and great extent John Uyno a farmer States taken up and considered hut he was forced to of the silver rise Richmond Kentcckv ammunition by an agent who is in New had a startling adventure with a horso bill whichyield to the tak n claimand on which up was then York for that purpos that had been bitten by a mad dog Mr Stewart proceeded to address the Senate Offlee Soeoiid Street Byno was driving alnntr a lonely road after which on motion the bill was laid nside F A K T BlKXAM A TTORXE IS- A TLA IV Richmond Kentucky Office Kn IP -- i Unrtt niiMi Btreet mST CONGRESS A CLOUD BURST Immense Destruction By Light- Â¬ ning Rain Wind and Hail Plttsbnrjrli and Other Pennsj lvania and Wetat VBrgaala Towns Flooded The heaviest rain and electrical storm known in yeail passed over a large sec- Â¬ tion of Western Pennsylvania on doing great damage to the 2Sd vpnl resulting in the loss of several lives TneT ttoVu7 iirnck Pittsburgh about fur oclock but no serious damage was done in tho old city In the East Knl however the wind played luivoe llousos were torn down trees uprooted and outbuildings On Winebiddie aveneo demolished five BVW frame houses were lifted from their foundation and completely do- stroyed Another house on Hlackhorso Hill occupied by John Jller was lifted bodily from the foundations and Mail II l mnnidBTTihlrijistnBrr At least a score of booses in the vicinity were unroofed The loss is estimated at from At MeKocsport hail SBtM to sriiiorti stones as laro r s walnuts fell while the ran poured down in sheets for a full half hour The greatest injury was done by the water which came down Whites hollow in a stream seventy flvo feet wide At Grei nsburg Pa Vm Frye the garlner at St Jos phs Acad- Â¬ emy was struek and instantly killed by a bolt of lightning A cow standing neur him was also killed Lightning also struck Colonel Huffs palatial residence tbe First Reformed Church and other buildings doing great damage in every instance Near Wash- Â¬ Pa ington ligh tning a struck erec- Â¬ derrick in the eour30 of tion on tho Color l Robert Mil Â¬ ler farm shattering it and killing William Furman single seriously in- Â¬ stun- Â¬ juring William Gate and ning two others At Seottdalo tho storm was particularly destruct- Â¬ ive Cellars along all the principal streets are nearly filled with water and the goods that many of the merchants had stored away are saturated The creek is rising steadily and the safety of a couplo of the railroad bridges be Â¬ tween Seottdalo and Fair Chance are en Â¬ dangered The construction train has been ordered to the scene A dispatch from Oil City Ta says heavy rain fell almost steadily for many hours raising tho vat r in the river and creek to the highest point since 1888 The ri o in tho river has been at its highest average in the last four hours and stands now at 14 feet 0 inches a rlso of six foot in a few hours Reports from all points up the river gauge from five to eight ircnos higher and it is expected it will be at least five feet higher On account of washouts no railroad communication can be had with HufTalo or Warren Tho ground floors of the lower portion of the town are flooded including the basement of the Oil Exchange and tho Derrick press room At Whoeling W Va about two and one half inches of rain fell in twenty minutes deluging the streets and flooding a numberof business houses in cellars and first floors In Pittsburgh tho heavy rain is likely to swell the rivers to flood proportions At all points along the Allegheny Youghiogheny and Monongahela rivers the rain fall was un- Â¬ usual The stage of water at Pittsburgh was thirteen feet and rising Â¬ - I Â¬ 16- Â¬ - Â¬ V 1H I Â¬ 3- J Â¬ KExrrchr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s- i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ML 11 Â¬ 47- Â¬ 1 J rs Screant-at-Arm- Â¬ a- Q DR T D1 Pr Ru i A Ma 1 Dog In a School Hooss TAYLOR in - Practitioner Richmond Stoi e Office MedLine and Surgery - Kenticky lie Grocery 3- Second Slreetover ML - JJR Offlce JOHN F ISTER rnrsrciAX Richmond I a xd surgeon Kentucky 3- Main Street next door to bit sons resilience at cor Main and Tales ill atalra Cleelt Avenue The greatest excitement and panic was caused in Xerth Hill public school near Hurlir to t la by a mad dog which ran ui i steps and into the hall of the building where the children wero congregated The K holars flew to thoir rooms and the doors were shut by tho teacher The dog roamed up and down the hall uttering horribl yelps and holding tho frightened inmates of the building at bay for half an hour when their cries attracted a butcher in tho neighborhood who came and slew tho animal with an axe Original Pacxsge Business In Maine Warn 1 Jr lliu T 6EXSMITH - M - 1 PAX AXD SURGEOX Kenticky pnl- - ln offers bin professional services to the v DR 8 U LKTCOKR pjnsrriAX a xd s urgeon Richmond - Ktmccky gun in Lewtetoat Me A car arrived at the Maine C itral station containing five barrels anl a lar e number of kegs of beer consigned to a local dealer who took them to his storo without any interfi r nee of the author- Â¬ The dealer says the New Hampities shire brewery whence he obtained tho beer has agiecd to assume all cost of any test case Â¬ The ordinal package business has be Â¬ an uidj ib f Office Sniitli llitlduis Malu St re pursrcAN axdscrgeox Riciimoni - BRIGHT M IX Kentucky Office In Smith BalkllBg on Main Street Special attention given lo niicniM opieal and Chemical evaininaiious of lissties and llmils ij of the huiUHii hotly a I C8 a M IKUTON XI Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Richmond office over It rot 1 - - Kentucky ST0 Y 26 i Mi l ni Special aitenlion ami ttiveii to lieNe- of womentreateil all diffiat disIutlents cult chionie patance Majbtfe Hours to Â¬ Â¬ any adiln WS and Hoincoialliic medicines sent lo JENNINGS - Physicians and Surgeons i GIBSON -- Richmond - Kentucky 51 Office Mam atreet fchoe iore over Aallace Bices jII J E A I LIZ PH YSICI 4 X A XD S UltGEOX Kentucky Richmond 2X Cbenault Buihling upstairs Offlce W Main Street Bnrnam - A 18- JK JM 25- BLAUK AXD SURGEON PH1SICAX - Rem House Ky HAS HOOKER VETEHIXARr SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Veterlunry Dentistry and SteriHty a Specialty OFFICE linghini liulldnit Richmond Ky Next door lo n imas offlce 111 f Important Notice Debla rltie McKek tUf wrvii es of Hialliona serving mtifs i67 1S8S 18S9 an 1S1XJ iim t he All mare pnftt to Oacii KcKit formed In 18H9 by McKee 4 Traynor A Tbaynor f r having will 44- In owner of cl pail Hie liviutt at weaning lime for liy - tlta OWEN McKEE Owen McKee April 14 1S90 m 1 HUMPHREYS AJ1D FUU1j1hi- VETCRIHARY SPECIFICS Cattle Sheep Cogs Ecgs For Ecrs EF-- COKb 11 cr tripea ry and r KmaaJJJMackara lleavea dchiu-irriap- -e LaiSSa Bhe attau ea BI JK Fln- Eold by vc DiM aaea Mange ises sf Diceatiaa Paralyala a doaeal neaarrfcara Kldaey alaeaaaa Peaala JarTeteriaary Care ioaraBaa hikiA imm- - vitnOil and lUdteator Vaieaiary are OH or Sent rrarald anrwhera Bmcsiatt on BeeoipJ of Frice and in aay jatatity Y rlnmpnreys1 Wadich e Co 109 Tulton St B - 7no lt- - ETCF2SYS HCXEOPATHIC fj f SPECIFIC No fiO for El SZSLtS tegaasSB3Mtp roaJwr work or ether a old and refused to apologize for his con- An Iowa Judge Taken Iisae With the 17 S Supr ruie Court duct Tho girl thereupon challenged Judge Hindiiiau of tho district court him to a duel rnd the pair on the 21st fought in a room i hich had been hired at Nevada la in his charge to tho for the j iirpose The girl who was grand jury took tho ground that noteducated in South America and is a withstanding the late decision of the splendid feivor twice wounded the U S Supremo Court no person has a right in that State to keep a place for doctor and escajed herself unhurt the sale of intoxicating liquors of any A Connt In Jal for Libel kind either in original packages or othHe maintained that inter State Ciueseppo tarusi alias Count Montor erwise cole pleaded guilty before Judge Thayer commerce has nothing to do with the ni lhila elphia to libel Tho defend- Â¬ question The lrst original package ant on the -- th of April last issued cir- Â¬ saloon of Mason City la was opened He has taken the culars wh icil contained defamatory up by M J Collins statements regarding his wife Virginia agency for selling the goods and in Knox Carusi of littsburgh Tho Count case of litigation the company will back him was sentenced to six months Killed at Prayer Jealousy an4 Tot Much Lqnor While the people of the village of St James At Chicago Mahlen near Hillesheim Hanover were Hendrickson a laborer unsuccessly at- Â¬ assembled in the church whither they tempted to shoot his daughter Mrs had repaired to pray for the cessation oi Pearson probably fatally wounding his the hailstorms which have of late pre Â¬ wife and killed himself all within a vailed in that locality with damaging minute Unfounded jealousy and too effect the building was struck by lightmuch lioeo Four persons were instantly ning killed twenty wore seriously injured Chairman of Worlds Par ExicotlTe The Executive Committee of tho and four wero permanently blinded by The congregation was in an Worlds Fair have elected Lyman i the flash Gage chairman This action places him attitude of prayer at the time the bolt in the position permanently Mr Gage fell In the ensuing rush for the doors is vice president of the First National the people being wild with fright two children were crushed two death Bank of Chicago Mississippi Emerging From the Flood Mlssin Man QX a Penilon All the railroads leading into GreenWin Kay who disappeared a few days ago from Springfield O has just been ville Miss are pushing their work as fast as possible but to the many granted a back pension of nearly S3 000 obstacles in their owingcaused by way the His family and a monthly allowance overflow it is hardly probable that regro trying to find him ular trains can be run with safety before June 1 Planting interests throughSails Uudex Saled Ordara out the overflowed country are looking U S S Charleston Captain Oeorge C Bcmey commanding has left San Fran- Â¬ very satisfactory Cotton is all planted cisco under sealed order her ostensible in many places up and the plant Is pro-Â¬ nounced to be in i healthy condition iestination being Honolulu With tho aid of favorable weather a Was Kisasd By Washington good crop can yet be made Folly Crcul Carlisle born in Now Oklahoma Ocvornor Arrives York in 1792 died in Detroit a few days Governor Steele Oklahomas first very distinctly She remembered ajro Governor has arrived at Guthrio He General Lafayettes triumphant risit to was met at Arkansas City by a reception country and when a baby was committee composed of delegations from this kissed by and trotted on tho knee of all the principal ci ties in the new Ter- Â¬ General Washington When the train which was ritory beautifully decorated with drapery of FIT Miners Killed the national colors arrived it was iri miners named Michael Bacber greeted with a salute of cannon and Joseph Gresirch Au Mat Schorre musketry by a detthment of the U S trians Dominick and iinglia tlulians troops stationed at Guthrie were killed by a hanging rock falling on No 11 shaft South Uecla them in Womans Leap From a Car Window branch of the Calumet nnd Hecla mine Mrs Beckie Gilrr ore while being con- Â¬ veyed to Moosic from Wilkesbarre Pa Official Sentenced Ex Posto Abram Hogardus lormeriy nupenn under charge of Constable Hines made a sudden dash jumped through the car tendent of Mails in Rochester N Y post office pleaded gidlty to all counts window while tho train was running at against him charging secretion of let twenty five miles an hour Next morn- Â¬ ing her shawl and lnmnot were found on ters renitc nliary lor throe years the river bank It is thought she Suicide of a Black Mailer Jumped in tho river and drowned An actor named Blebort who was ac Virginia Municipal Elections cused of attempting to black mail a Municipal elections wore held through- Â¬ prominent lady in Vienna has commit- Â¬ out Virginia on Ihe 22d Tho Demo- Â¬ ted suicide in Prague crats were successful in Alexandria One Prtvata Kills Another Dan- Â¬ Norfolk Richmond Lynchburg Monroe Va Private Tighe ville and Petersburg The Republicans At Fort of Battery F First Artillery was shot elected their candidate for mayor in and killed by Private Manning of the Roanoke A iirh vote was polled same regiment throughout the State To Protect tne Flag Blow Ont is Brains The bill to prevent tho desecration of Theodoro Neubuer a fifteen-year-ol- d the U S flag was favorably reported to boy for whom tho police have been the House on the 22d looking for several days for tho thoft of 37 from his brother was seen on the Woman Suffrage A Committee has street in Madison Wis on the 83d The House Judiciary agreed to favor bly report the joint res Â¬ policeman was aboc t to arrest him r hen be drew out bis brains olution providing for a constitutional and fell a revolver blew of his would be granting the right of suf- captor dead at tbe feet amendment frage to wetenÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ - recently of fended a Croatian tirl nineteen years A yoiinT Bnl Setwie i a Orl and a doctor of Vienna Doclor Â¬ in a buckboard crawn by one horse He heard the clatter of hoofs and saw a huge white horso pursuing him Flakes of green saliva few from the jaws of tho mad brute while its eyes were widely ex- Â¬ panded As the animal toro away along the road it gave vent to unearthly shrieks Byno realized it was a race for his life and he lashed his own horso now whinneying with fear into a torrifio run The mad animal gained steadily and was soon snapping and biting at the buck board wheels and at the driver and horse Ryno lashed the crazed animal continually with his whip but it had no When he horse of Ryno effect from exhaus- Â¬ was about to fall ap-Â¬ passenger a train tion peared and attracted tho mad horses at- Â¬ tention After gazing at tho train for a moment the brute jumped a high fence and ran across a leld and began a raco The engi with tho passenger train neer put on steam and the passengers Revolraised windows tj see the race vers were drawn and the brute received a number of shots but kept up the chase for half a mile when it dropped in a fit and was subsequently killed by somo section men Â¬ Â¬ LIQUOBf DECISION and the Wilson lquor till taken but no action was taken Hor E The McKinley tariff bil was reported to tho House and the amendments read Changes were mado In Jute yarns wool and woolco yarns and wcocn eieils Russian cam els hair was placed amonc tho third class wools nd the duty on woolen and worsted yarns was left as in the present law The bill was finally passed yeas 101 nays 142 and at 5 p m the House adjourned Washington Mar - Riinatk Calvin S Brlces credentials were presented by Mr Payne Senator Dajtletspeica in favor of freo silver The naval appropriation bill was con sidered until adjournment a conference being previously ordered on the Cedar Kanids publi building HOUSE A bill passed prescribing a penalty for feeing census supervisors or enumerators The river and harbor bill was taken up and general debate closed before sdJoavaaseBt The agrecate amount of impropriations reeom nmnded is Matt4IS baiwl iyu rmmales ol VCi ti From the engineers amounting to an exa ninalion of the Mil ir app- ars that have been recommended for tUe t3 9liV improvement of rivers and other water ways f 5707 4r far tbe imrrov irent of harbors and breakwaers arid fS0Oft3 for surveys and con tingencies There are fifty six new projects in the bill contemplating the immediate outlay of The committee have recommended tl217iV an appropriation of fVKlTo1 for the purpose of commenrin the const ructif n of the Illinois and Mlsssslppi c inal to connect the Upper Missis sippi river with the lake ijateta of naviTiit on and thus give to the Korthweal and to the IZast a continuous water li te of tranap rtat on from the head waters of the Ulasisslpyl river la the Atlantic seaboard at the cttv of New York Waphincton Mav S3 Krs tf Mr Fmilk ner gave notice of an nmeinlrnei t to the bill relating to the impo tation of liquors into prohib itory States morp Titn - soeh liquors as part Mr of he common property within ihe State Call offered a resolution of irq tiry s to the use of an armed IJ S revenue force at Cedar Keys Fla It went over The naval appropriation bill w as considered lhe tariff b was re Mr Stanord advocat ceived from the House ed loans by the Government on agricultural The naval appropri Pm bill wae lands taken up but went over without action The conference report of tho bill for a public building at Aurora 111 was atrreed to The limit of cost s fixed at 7T 000 After an executive session the Senate adjourned HotSE Mr Flower N Y introduced a bill subjecting ol onvirirsrine to the provisions of the laws of the several States referred On motion of Mr Viub ver Crtfl from the Com mittee on Irrigalon a resolotion was dopted Secretary of War for certain Incalling on formation relative to the climate of Arizona New Mexico and parts of tho and region Tho House then went into committee of the whole in the i hair on the river Mr Burrows i Mich and harbor bill Tin bill was considered until p m when tho IIouso took a recess until 730 the night sesfion being for private pension Midi Â¬ 11 I tc hold a liiensc from the Frankfort and Henry County Letter es was Heads a p cirl orJer for Wednesday to b considered from duy to day until disposed of FKANKFortT M iy SO The House this after noon considered the p nitentiry nltkas but n did not rcuch any CondiGovernor Ilnclt ner called the atienilin of th- Leglilalnre ta some sharp practice mtIi rafrti nos o i bill to allow the counties f Fiord Jrt nson and Ilte to vote aid to the Ohio and Big Sindy railroad The mptter will be Investigated Amon- - tho Hcniso bill to bills parsed were the following amend the chsrter of Covington s to street improvements House bin to prohibit the charging or collection of tolls for bicycb s t tc on turnpikes in Kenton Cnny House bid abol ishing the office of Juler in Newport H mse bill for the eriction r antrniccr mi ronirol House bill for ad afsJalltB Ownpb I Omn ditional school buildings in Covin Dills parsed FRASKroRT Mm ilSrNATK To pruv nt lawb Siioss in certain mountain sections It provides for a spec it court and prosecuting nttorny backed up by mllltla to go whrwr needed the expenses to be borne eqtiiily by the State and county in which the conrt is held to revive aa re enact tho pany charfr of the Consumers Gas Liiit of Covinctoa chartering the Harrison ouniy Bank extending the powers of the trustees if tbe town of Dover fixing the per cntiiforth Inmates of the State lun ittc asylum at H per year Horsn The House of Representatives con eurrcd to day in the Sen ito resolution fixing Tuesday May S7 as the- day for final a loirn ment The last of the bills r pealliig thelort ry tranchises In tbe Sute wrs i u sed and several minor local bills Tne ball amend Of the char ter of Covington as to the water supply outside the cty pas FKANKrOHT May at Pf sate The Senate this morning pas - the ux ductton bill over the Governors veto thus BaUa the bill a law d the bill They as the House has also passed the hill requinuj tho counties to pay K0 pur year for the support of each pauper Idiot In that county A resolution having pass ed both Houses requesting the Governor to withdraw his resignation as Sinking Fund and Penitentiary Commissioner h sent in a mes sage this morning wKhdrawint the resignation The House bill authorizing the board ot education of Covington to issue bo ds to the amount of M Oeu for building additions and repairing the present school buildings of the city was anaai House The House adopted a resolution ex pressing full confldetice in tho rnrornors man asrement of the pr son s a member of the Slrk lng Fund board The G v rnor withdrew his resignation Nearly all the session was taken Up In d scuting tho Senato bill continuing the grrloKtcal survey FRANKFOivr May 21 SrATn The Governor STt to the Senate for confirmation the reappointment of L A an W B Fmninn as Stale It kllroad ornnns stoaeri Dils passed Boose bill in relation gtow to laadboldei Jiiasa StUJlJ to Delth By Bees bi to amend ta clian rof 1W Riley of CueeL a village noar refo ence to suppyinrr wacr full Im win lo outside uuli Augusta Ga was passing through that vidua s and inc rj oratkma Hoiie bli d town in a one horse wagon and his aa acure for troiutaln iivrlessness passed It M from one county provides for a ebju m ilo pulled out in tho shade whero W to any other in the Stlte K Wilkinsons boe gums wore and bo Horm gaaata bill redtstrtetasfl the State came fastened among the trees Tho into Congressional districts was passed and It un- Â¬ Is now ready for the Governor Tho dlsticn bees literally covered them and the are fortunate man remained covered by tho well made up as hulowsi First Ballard Caldlale Fulton insects until a boy ran a quarter of a GravesCalloway in far via- - Critteadea Marshall Lyon Hcrn I mile and got help from the men at stores McCr cken TrU Second tin -- Christian Daviess who went and loosened tho mule first aaeoek Henderson Hopsiis McLean Union Al n IS nlr C imberland dragging Mr Riley out of the wagon in Webster Third dn Dr Gordy calf- onsen Loran M nroe Uabienbsn an unconscious condition Simpson Warren Barren nad Tod he has no Fourth-rr- -c attended the sufferer but iirid e liue Oraraoo Har hopes of his recovery d ii II i Grei B Lara son O Taylor WasbcagtoaL I About Tea Dollars a Eiin son inii b Ssih Marshal O S Porter of Alasta sold latin Grant Kenton Pendleton Trimble Fayette lranklm Henry Seventh Mourbo in San Francisco at auction i468 sealWooiifor Kis hli skins seized in Iehring Sea last year by Odl am Owen An lerson Bavsa Lncoln the revenue cutter Rush from illegal M idisnn Ma roar tarrard Jessamine Spencer Koefceastle Shelby sealers Almost tho entiro lot was pur- Â¬ Jack on Ninth Haiti Iloyd Bracken Carter chased by the North American Commer- Flennnr rireeniip Harrison Lawrence Lewis cial Company present leasees of the Mason Nicholas Robertson Rowan Tenfri Clark BUM Esti seal fishing ground Tho agrerato BrchitLee Hanks Maajodfe Fiovd Johnson atuiitgunaun Knott amount was 934396 whivh will bo turn- Â¬ Morican Mnnif e Pke Pow 11 Wolfe Par ed over to tbe V S Government HarCasey Clav Clinton enth Adair Itill lan Knox Lel iicr Lesie Laurel Owsley In Illuots Sawntcs Terry Pulaski Russell Wayrc Whifey It An insect called the sawfly is reported Is claimed the change in the distr cts w 11 m xke to be ruiningthe wheat in various parts of the first ten sacly Dsillillialhl sail will give Central Illinois notably in Logan Coun- Â¬ the E evenh to tne Ueiniblicaia by elevo i A motioa to reconsider was tabled area of wheat planted is thousand ty whero i break such a piece of wood I come down with a hard lick right in the middle of 1 My rerfect Oh tho kindling and it broke ohl yes It Legislative Proceedings Full many a fau t she has Yet I broke and the ends went flying in tbe air Am thankful that tis so since else The two Houses met la FnANKrOKT May 1 My love she might tako wings and fly and hit me covlp just above the left eyo Joint ecbMon at 12 oclock to day to formally and I seed stars and wondered who got Senator elect a II My love t ank I t human Were Judge Lindsay placed the best of it me or the kindling but aoajstle veil I i now Carlisle in nomination the hand reminded and I wen on to tho That Berar on a mortal riai and spoac Mh j of his nee bestow lot whistling Hark from the Tomb Ye worth as a niiility nnl Doleful Sound Oh were she flawless how could I champion of Democracy g By the time I got through fee Look In rer face and a Mr Largay nomiraierl ltl mine Tnssttoastn tho hurting had quit and I went to Hon Silas F Alsms ot TTiat Heaven her lit art will ever ope house or smiling and er whistling air Casey on behalf the It public uis The minutes mighty well pleased with my cheerful Shes bit a vnman willful meeting of the Joint And but bow Cin schedule In re- I wish her As I passed through the cook room etllll r I iu to congralnUr I out to wash my face I chugged the old u vf LO sinssvkCbJfe I tons from several try humb like I oman in toe ribs fncnls Mr Tarls o eor lsj tin aiiu mini j ir c u sour he cntevd IBS vu BEIlxGf CIIEEIiiTL a nlnt tfluir r She had her hands in the douh JOIIX O CARLISLE i she leaned her head toward me got in lie put ills wbo tv nr i o if log he said And new my Heads Bgata ofWhy PUiukett la a Fcssimiat and pouted out her lips and we kissed just fenni you my sincere ta like we uster and I was so happy with I Proud of waers tBi days to tho seat on the our new schedule that I jumped up and peoplo of tho Sixth divric tried to cut tho pigeon wing and got me as thi ir representative to nruiin X ell doj cant In lie m rer while and then to the plac the darndest fall flat on my back that -io r u u e w Ive had since I quit riding young s branch of Congress and will BOgSS my services i said there J itLx FHANsrorrr May is Very little busi Plunkctt as he ness was trans ctel in the Legislature to- vN 1L -- f ii settle back in tsaal day The House today i assr t a his chair and bills The bill direct ng the Andrea to with- THE C03IM0NWEALTH hs love not perfect th ions J A- - It j m hi the 1 blood bo natism i iJHW -- ei as ukd Ci gl s I I - tr j It V - i ia- - iTTn f too T tricks e- rim m XiTf - itMirrrrnt E r eT Attest smoho from hia pipe curl to tho ceiling And old folks watched the r JINK t tct must folks he con and must have old ways and the youngpeople be old s h NNOUNCErVIEN T P- - ti nu ed mustnt m aSnfdgnF I 1 itigh to hop skip jump and expect LnBi1 V3 - j Â¬ 1 rir Â¬ 1 IF 1 merrry or judge that it is the weight of sorrow upon their hearts that keeps em from it Kr mighty fine young fellow stopped here tho other day to got somo water and to rest cr little and in bis talk to me he lowed that it was my duty to hop stip and jump erround and to be merry for the sako of others a cheer- Â¬ ful heart spread gladtie everywhere ho said and its just as cheap to look on tho bright side of life as it is to look upon the lark Youre or pessimist Mr Flunkett youre er pessimist and you ought to change and bo cheerful and laugh and grow fat That big word pessimist struck my ear I didnt know vhat it meant ami so after the young fellow left me the old oman got the dictionary and one of Browns gals and found out all erbout the word That young follow is right lowed tho old oman and I hopo you will fol Â¬ low his advice Right there and then I decided to turn over a new leaf and to whistle and laugh at every thing I seed and it was agreed that the old oman should help mo out by watching and whenever sho seed me forgetful and erbout to depart from the cheerful schedule r ho was to raiso her hand and ray Plunk just to remind tne for habit is mighty and we knowed it My now schedule was to begin tho first thing tho next morning and that is what I want to tell crbouL The ol 1 oman lavyeH erwako and talkcl to nc that night longer than she had for thirty years tieforc and we built I like we useter somo pretty cntO at last build in i ir yomn I her arm she dropped off to throwed over my neck er thing sho hadnt dono before for years and years and it mado my heart beat young ergin as 1 lay there in the darkness and prac Â¬ ticed how to smile and I whistled and 6miled an i s nilcd rrd whistled till I - and be ffMaanaa V vLr Pit ar I JF aaSr--aSe-V l mj arCi VK 3L aBBBBBaasnm he oy of xli red IF THE OLD OMAS HADST KK RAISETJ HBB HASD mules I dont know how much sin I would have committed er cussing that snoor WaSerpn young man that got me Into this cheer- Â¬ Ber aVSOO t ful business of the old oman hadnt er II 400 V 3C raised her hand and said Plunk by the 2 10 f 1 time I hit the floor and at the same time reached her other hand down to help me get up The reminder kept me cool and I riz er whistling and er 17S 8BO smiling but I was erbloeged to rub my MJrl back and grunt er little between smiles L Doacle I took er seat on the bench by the table and pressed both hands to rr TT back and whistled Jordan Is r As I stopped Wh to Travel Road ling lone enough to say oh T thf Ikomans hand went np with that Yiw accompaniment and I rii er sml d ail er little smile and went ont to waroi j face son I lathered well with lye soap a was getting my faco mighty clean fr- week day when er pain struck rr the right eye and by tho timo I gi- keen whistle the pain was tn both and I knowed tho lye soap waa getlng nter twe in its work on em and I turned eround mighty pert to feel for the toweL Vw- Did you ever have lye soap In your I did and tho towel was gone eyes and in flying round feeling for it I stepped offen the porch and come darned nigh ruining my whole anatomy I I lay on the ground er kicking and er cussing and as blind as a bat till the v old oman rushed to me and knelt beside me and wiped my eyes out with her Silver and frock and stood like the godess of liber- Â¬ ty with her right hand stretched to the iil Plunk screaming Plunk skies I W L- - DCUC 3 SHOE CENT Fine Calx He r lar fl my ike rlil w H i 32SHOS FF s j -- llll I Plunk Plunk -- b bo darned Pessimist Id 1 -- - v Jt m jL27J - I darned Why in the Jerusalem Jehoaapbat didnt you have the to el whore It be-Â¬ longs 1 shook myself the same aa er roar ing Hon a the old oman got erway from here and I went in and groaned ar grunted and rolled and tumbled and took er solemn oath that if arry nother s talking to me erbout youn being cheerful Ill cheer im Â¬ is 5 -- s fs AND n tiilike r - T 11 Â¬ Â¬ te In Atlanta rtrNK went to sleep and dreamed of how cheer- Â¬ ful I was going to bo from that time on The clock struck four in tho morn- Â¬ ing and waked the old oman it never fails to wake her then she hunched me two or three times and lowed for me to get up and make the fire but I still dosed on till she had to give me er pretty thundering big hunch when up in bed I bounced rubbing my eyes and I hau it OP tbe end of my tongue to tell her that she neednt be o darned rough when sho raised that right hand and lowed Plunk as we had agreed tt night before That reminded me and I riz er whistling I felt erround and erround in the dark for my britches for fully five minutes and it was as cold as thunder too but when I got em I had done more whistling and more smiling than had boon done in my house before for ten years When I got my britches on I started for the flre placo er whistling at every step till covlp my right shin sounded ergin a chair Why in the She cut me oil by raising that hand I couldnt see her and saying Plunk hand but I knowed sho had it raised when I heard her say Plunk and it reminded me and I could hardly pucker my mouth to blow the flrn for smiling and when the fire was built and I pulled up my britches leg and looked at the bluo place on my shin I sailed In to whistling Old Dan TnckanV as hard as I could just to keep down the hand rais- Â¬ ing The morning passed erlong mighty cheerful and tho old oman went out to cook breakfrjit with erquickerstcpthan I had seed hrrlavn foryo rs As I passed by the cook room door I stuck my head In and lowel IV Site and I smiled and as I turned erway she lit out the door with a piece of kindling that was too long and axed me to cut it in two Oh yes Id cut it and 1 flew ar erround and got the azo like er youngster With the axe in my hand I took the piece of kindling and putting ono end of it on the door atep and the other end on tbo ground 1 raised the axe to show her how easy it waa to unusually large and whero until the ravages of this insect began the promise was remarkably fine Largo areas of wheat will bo plowed up and the land planted in other crops m the Washington May 24 was fixed for consideration of the Wilson imported liquor b L Mr Cirlisles rrcdentia s were presented ard Pled The naval appropriation bill was considered until 415 p in when the Senate adjourned Hottsi The river and harbor bill was considered until 4 p re when rulL ies wore delivered on the lato Mr Wilbur of Nuw York after which the House adjourned News Items SenaTl Turvuy Â¬ tho famous Silver Row County contest In favor of John E Lloyd tho Repubadelphia lican candidate for sheriff The Lansing Michl Wheel ComKentucky Reitstrlctad pany has joined the American Wheel The Kentucky Legislature has passod Trust a bill redistricting the State for ConTiik Mexican Chamber has approved gressional purposes It gives the Dem the bill for the conversion of the Span- ocnrs ten district and tho Republicans ish debt one district Ex Go VF von MOBcnorjsK of Mis- Â¬ souri has informed Governor Francis Massachusetts World air Commissioners that he can not make up the deficit T b Governor of Massachusetts nomcaused by State Treasurer Nolands de- inated as Worlds lair Commissioners falcation and advises that suit be Francis W Rreed of Linn and Thos brought against Nolands bondsmen E Proctor of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Montana Supreme Court has decided Electrocution Rot Crual TLs Suproirte Court of the Fnited Sta es denied the application forwrit of error in the case of Kemmler under sen enee of death by electricity Opin- Â¬ ion by Chief J ustic Fuller The opin- Â¬ ion says this mode of execution is not cruel Strangled Himsslf With a FlagEdward Kcnna superintendent of the Landale Hotel Florence Ark was found hanging to a transom of his door with a ten foot D S flag wrapped around his neck Mr Kenua was a native of Phil- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tiik U S Supreme Court has render- Â¬ ed an opinion nliirmiiv tie judgment of the U 8 Circuit Court in Hie suit of Cor-Â¬ K ce This is nell University the well known FiVIre will contest and it goes against the University Labos numbers of re pec tablo young English women aro being shipped to QueenslandAustralia at the expense of I hoy are the Queensland Government cared for freo of cost nrtfl proper em rjlvment is obtairod SENSIBLE MCWE Resolution In Relation to the Census Questions Representative McAdoo of New Jer- Â¬ sey presented in the House a preamble and resolution in relation to questions to be asked by census enumerators It is as follows Whereas Complaint is be- Â¬ ing made of the alleged inquisitorial character of the oensus questions which questions are declared to be incompat- Â¬ ible with tho rights of freemen and an unwarranted and unconstitutional exercise of power by the Federal Gov- Â¬ ernment therefore be it Resolved That the Committee on the Eleventh Census be and they are hereby directed to make inquiry into the questions pro posed to be asked of citizens by the Census Bureau or its agents and to report if found nocessary a measure looking to the proper restriction of the same Â¬ Boon ArciuHtjd or Murder Arnold in hwlaT of Colusa County Cal was acquitted of tho mur Â¬ der cf S W Garneaa who had calumui D n Tn President has sent the name of Mrs May H Wright to the Senate as postmaster at llopkinsvillo iien Witiers an aged citizen of Hop kinsville while sitting in his chair fell to the floor and expired of heart disease litlKKsrXl AT1VK pAYMEIi oT Keiii- tucky introduced a bill for tbe erection of a public building at Jlaysvilja thfl limit of cost to be JOOOOO Six children of John logan living near Lexington were bitten by a petdog that had gone mad A MAv named Stokes and his wife living near Karlington are charged with child murder In Logan County Jim Brewer a tough killed a relative on account of a dispute about the wife of one of them and was captured after having killed one of the sheriffs posse and wounded another The grand jury of Fayette County has been instructed to investigate al Â¬ leged corruption in elections A nsTTTIB olll child wag drowned in a cistoru near Locust Lifovo A syndicate of Boater capitalists aro making an effort to purchase the street car lines of L TriE grand jury of Menifee cireiit court has returned indictments of mur der against Albert Karnos and George 11 SStcphenson for shooting and killing llarnes and Kelly Day at Chambers station on the Coal road on April 7 1 The a is Jr the Aanmor -- J1 the pr Pwler Roos Bown Up rt rl nail a W F Smith Cos uvder house TT rr Wevervil blew up The house ooi iir was located just out of town and con- - l rst f tained about 1000 pounds of giant pow- Jr I Tl I AlIllUll win nful Tom ISO 14 UUlUa d of wero blown down windows were broken doors were blown open and plastered houses were badly wrecked Another powder house one hundred feet distant was badly shaken but the contents did on not explode ilrd may 311 tho air With oinds of sweet refrain and And the larks pay snnir from oer tbe hills May answer back azain H But the ow s h ot in the gloom of night As bass to the paying la best In keeping with my They brinjr a solemn thrllL said Brown v Tima jr Youro rirrht whip-o-wt- li l XC - door tuna nterej1 ir i I 1 A 11 T lU Jj I T Progress In the West Gothamito Has civilization made much progress in Montana Just the Montana Man Progress same as Sew York You cant walk a street in Helena without danger of be Â¬ ing killed by a dead wire or caught in Y Weekly a sub way explosion A Bask rails The National Bark of Middle Tennes see at Lebanon Tenn has assifnod Assets and liabilities not computed The failure is due to a rush on th bank caused by a rumor to the effect that it n thenw copv ime ji jP a H u r x 5 was financiallv embarrassed Tux soil on which barn or over which a stable stands should be thor- Â¬ oughly undrrdrained and so dry that no exhalations ri o from It Longns Point Horror At the Longuo Points inquest the nuns produced a list of fifty six inmates who perished in tho insane asylum fire Iqst last ated his wiie Sentenced for Y DritrNO a fight between two convicts Bltet Disease Ulcers sores pimples itch salt rheum etc arc evidence of contiurious blood dlssaaa lantfesily a duty to eradicate blood poison from the system by a use of B B R Botanic Blood BHlmi thus enabling the sore to heal and thereby removtna all pos sibility of other members of the family be- coinlnE likewise afflicted Send to niooa Balm Co Atlauta Ua lor book that rtll i f Murder -Â¬ Alien Thomas colored was sentenced in Ill to forty years imprison r ment in the penitentiary for wife-murde- at Frankfort named IlopUna and Smith the latter was stabbed and killed by the former At Steers SttvfTnrdsbnrg Thomas Aris la other night i tne liooe George Francis Train has completed his trip around the world The timo from start to finish was sixty seven days thirteen tours three minutes and threo seconds Clrclln Trains At Qoosick FiUs N Y Mrs D A Pruyn took powdered opium in mistake for ipecac and died shortly after from the eirects of the poison Took Opium far Ipecac Ffty Thre8 Persons Perished The town of Safron near Fez Moroc Â¬ co is Inundated The whole place is in ruins Fifty three Jews and many Moors bove perished Young Girls Terrlbe Leap girl twenty ono years of age com Â¬ mitted suicide by leaping from the tower of the Cathedral of Notre Dame Paris A So Sunday Excursions equals in similarity the famous Siamese twins has just been reported from Uraintree Mass Mrs Simon De Lory gave birth to the other evening apparently what was one dead child Closer examination however revealed two distinct ell proportioned male In Â¬ fants with two heads two bodies and each with twoelegs but joined at their sides with what appeared to be strong muscles Tho Ocean Race Fnshed The ocean race between tho steamships Twins Inseparably Joined A remarkable freak of nature which tv1 convince I J H Outlaw Mt Olive N t write had running ore on my shoulders and arms B B B cured me entirely One bottle L Johnson Belmont Stanton Miss writes B B B has worked on me like a charm Mv head and body was covered with sores and my hair came out but B B B healed me quickly B W J Kinnlo Hutchen Texas write Fi B has cured my wife of a large ulcer on her letc that doctors and all other medicine slnce-the-w- could not cure M J Boaemau aproiniueot merchant of 1 know of several horo Ua writes Or eases ot blxl disease speedily cured by B B IS Two bottsaMd a lady of ugly scrofu lous skin sores Vi Co Maxey Qa write Bircbniore B B B It curing Mr Root Ward of poison effected one of most wonderful t7 6u that ever came to our knowledge Â¬ vr Tnai Trtpap Highest of all iu Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 MACK DETROIT t- i Takes FUahi With 20000 Elzo Allen confidential clerk of tho Austin Investment Comitrny beadquar- ters in Kansas City Mo has disappear ed with 120000 of the companys funds Company sions over will allow no Suiii tny of the lines comprising Its sys Tbe Pennsylvania -- atna j City of Rome Aurania and tho Alaska ended with a victory for the first named The time of the City of Borne to Fire Island was 7 days 5 hours and 4 minutes Aurania 7 days 6 hours and i6 minutef Alaska 7 days S hours and 10 minutes old seeds do not loao their vitality all t once as an animal dies but a nd old seeda that tinually h will mernlv germinate In the hot house may prtwe a failure in tho garden Country Gentleman Rcm L5 Baking Powder Summer MAI Baaa Bjsboa Paiazz STtAisins - nsy w DETROIT Bpsatal nandatr 1ta OJS Rsa snl 3araannnfc 3 VV ABSOLUTELY PURE H i I prohibition of the exercise of any power by the States over the same subject The prohibitionists of Iowa though gooc Re- Â¬ It is to be feared that the effect of im- Â¬ publicans probably ersee in this nutter pending legislation must be to alter the with Taney and will probably hereaftoi character and limit the scope of the pro Â¬ concede that his conception of the extant jected worlds fair in 1S93 lobe a worlds of the powers of the States under the confair in the proper sense of the word it stitution was more nearly right than they must lie held under circumstances favor- have heretofore been disposed to believe ing tbe representation at Chicago of all Baltimore Sun the chief commercial countries of the world The vital element of tlie worlds A BIG TIE SLICED fciir says a contemKirary with iierfcct truth is the commercial element and to Tbe price paid for Pineville was a mil- Â¬ the extent that thiselement is eliminated lion and five hundred thousand dollars will the fair fall short of international im It was a bonatide sale and the Middles iMrtance BadbecOBM a wholly American hofoagll Company was the purchaser affair With out the particijwition of the Half of the purchase price was paid low n governments at Kngland Germany cash in hand The other half is to W Krance Austria Hungary Italy Spain paid within five years The Middles and Belgium assisted by the hearty in- borough Company has executed its sevterest of the merchants and manufactur- eral notes to cover the time payments ers of those countries our exhibition at and Pineville holds a first mortgage for Chicago must Ik- - something vastly infe- anrety rior to what was projected when the celt Was the biggest deal ever made in ebration of the discovery of Amerii a was keiitucky and Mr James S Bay the decided apaa Will the governments President of the Pineville Company named lc represented by adequate exhi- proved himself a diplomat in bringing it bitThe ijiiestion under ordinary cir- alMiut The purchase was inevitable cumstances could Ik- answered without however MiddleslKirough had the mon hesitation in the athnnative Ours is a ev and Pincx ilk- the position Hh nas great market and the trading nations of oevn a mom in i looiesi n i a B the old world are always willing to place l iiei Uiere was a secret UIk of iiupiho this purchase away back yonder in De u i liiu ii i man ii of tins indefei- - under our iaspectioa with a view to sales cetnber oie bill that the wavtarman agriculturist MM voter Beyond the exhibit whether placed by President Ray handled the matte- - with the government or by the individual the skill and tines-H-okind can see them for himself a Wall street op- Â¬ of the bill air evidently mere then- is always the purjwise to sell to erator and brought about the result with riners theorists blinded by protectionist preju- - promote trade To cut orl the possibility completeness and dispatch The great dices They arc unable apiarently to of future profitable sales is to destroy the sale hits made fortunes for half a dozen iprehcnd the enormous injustice ami motive for going to the trouble and ex Â¬ men in Louisville and it considerably en-Â¬ Llly of their pnpisals The people Imw- - pense of participating in a worlds fair riched a score of others ver understand them and next Novein- - This uiifortuuatelv is just wabt the Mc Those able and clever men Henry and II make it plain that the Mckinley kinley high tariff bill delitiemtely propos- Max liirkcr owned between them aboat ill has not dealt fairly with the coiidi- - al hi do Its perpose its author states is 1SO0 shares of the stock The sale pate i to which Mr Clevelands famous to decrease baportotioaa by prohibitory into their pocket S70000 apiece ir hard duties as respects all articles that can 1m cash called their attention produced ill this country The wares of Aaron kohn held 700 shares and makes Fagfaad Geraaary France and other DO m KOWINti POWER AND ITS PROGRAM trading countries are to be as much as The Whallens held jointly 450 shares We buy too much of and will get out with tJRjOOQ poaaaae excluded Alliance Whed and other allied the ioreigaer says the Mckinley bill Ranker Theodore Harris already rich janizations of farmers in the Western and within certain limits we must cease and always lucky finds hinself riiMKni i Idle and Southern States nuiiriicrs at exchanging oar products for his If he better off by the sale Heoaly iM gan to land ioi neaaat it is atated betaaea one and two wants our grain tobacco and cotton he buy the stink four months ago n members most if whom are vo must pay cash for them As this amounts Major John H Leathers the clever y Th ls in me Nonnwest tlie lnelnlicrship virtually to a denial of commercial inter- Â¬ and popular Cashier of Mr Harris bank sale bv the State ssaMto Ik- - growing rapidly audit is course on ojuitablc terms it is difficult is one of the lacky ones He had KX pa within the mark to assume that to see why any foreign government or shares and the sale brings him fWflQfr nge in siae all January IMS thi new movement individual should take the trouble to The Louisville Southern railroad crowd up to 3000 4s Kaa-paunt SOOgOOt suHrters send exhibits to the Chicago fair Ka-ti-- also got a share of the pie OoL Beaaett Hon acres of laud a ileal in its itrofeased purposes it aims to do not take part in such things of 11 Young Mr W Stine and Judge A sides fifty parcels the c mbine the agricultural element of our coarse far the mere glory K Richards are each fjEjOOO richer by ot Mated One mat puiation for the promotion of fanners What they exhibit they wish to sell It the sale n in every practicable manner It would Is- - useless in them to tempt the Mr James M Fetter whose good lack i do ne Maxwell aaoaght among other things to educate American consumer with the sights of pleases everybody makes 180000 in a a aad condition of iiier not only a- - MBpaCBI the dc wares which our tariff puts out of his lump He foresaw the outcome three tils of his calling but also with regard reach It would be useless to Bead over months ago and picked up a little Pinet his interests in leL islat ion The niove cloth glassware earthenware silks un- ville wherever he could It was too late th the aaal may be said indeed to have a derwear carpets tin plate cutlery but- then however to get much of it lore or less definate prograaune of legM tons machinery Ac in the hope of seMajor Edward Hughes Chief of the tatiaa waara i insisted apoa with much curing trade in these articles or the poli- Â¬ Fire Department and his Clerk Mr Fmil The ptaethal poaataof economy in cy of this coantry as expressed in the Rourlier make HUKKI each viae selection ot seeds Mckinley bill is to prevent international Col Attilla Cos and Judge J dm ler management and divcrsitica- - trade in these things They would have Simrall were small holders bat the Bale are not tinfrvoueutly kaal to In- shipped home again at the ci brought them profits of 5000 apiece ft Hilar pnai under the the fair without pfrhapw one compensat A newspaper man fa one of the lucky by certain propoaed leg-- ing order Foreign countries not King ones Mr Win Finley the editor of the onaa in the farmers Bappgaed entirely wanting in foresight will U Post makes HflQQ and will spend it durAs tbe diminished income and strongly tempted to let oar worlds fair ing the summer in a trip beyond the lianlshjisof the agriculturists severely alone The mother country to briny Rut the biggest individual fortune nt yean gare origin to the present baaaa oar susceptibilities may possibly very properly to Mr James 8 it is not surprising that the make a formal exhibit in some few scicn Ray the president of the company who ai item in ii g legislative programme tilic and educational departments but a has been the mainstay of Pineville ever i its object an increased supple of complete display such as would 1m- called since be went into it Mr Bav gets oof Because they are short at it the forth under a tariff law admitting of with SI clear profit are naturally under the impn a sili s will 1m- wanting Other countries During the darkest days of Pineville that the country as a whole is short will mure frankly leave the management Ray never flickered once An instance loreiBiienfTisaeeded They of the lair to the n scourccs of our d of his coiifidoniv and nerve is related by not yet fully aware that their money home market w ith the result a stockholder of the company At a meetlive taritl has Ih ch turned that what was meant for a worlds fair will ing early in the year Dennis Long the of the protected aaaa- - tern oat to be a kwal display of vary high millionaire oundryman who had bought i fattaauB where it an iiiiiulates in BMa priced artii lea most of w birhare controll- Â¬ about six hundred shares of the stock at nilicant piles but are still more or ed bv tru- an average cast of twenty centeexpnaa elusion that gold bugs ed considerable duiwtinfaction with the inonometallists generally are TiESI IREMKCOl RTAND riiOllllJITlON situation and talked croakingly of the I all their woes peaay outlook lie went so far as to ay that any gained is an eciiiomii he would like to get out with What he ini they i e not yet learaed to Bp-The decision of the Supremo Court of had pot in Mr Ray was on his feet in tothe high prices our tariff sited States last Monday in the a minute n to nay for everthing they buy Iowa original package1 case to the effect will take your stock sir at 30 he butoverlcKking that compendioaa Baying that the statatos of a State restricting or said if ou will give me ten days to get they an- studying how to get m - monev prohibiting the sale of intoxicating li the money th vith which to pay the higher pritvs ir-qors within its territory are inoperative Ill give you twelve days responded olKieo in tne Mciinicy inn iiiev ac- Â¬ and void is applied to liquors sent or Mr Long and the bargain was struck cordingly fall in with the m hemes of the brogt from another State and sold by In tea days Mr Bay owned Mr Longs the W st and e the iiioi--in the original packages is rix hundred shares and be makes about nainl an i 72 ceal sil- - oic ot far reaching import As the origi- Â¬ 5500 on that deal alone er dollars free coinage in fact The nal package may it seems a barrel They say Uncle Dennis doesnt like it sent manages to keep the k g bottle flask or vial the decision a bit but its too late to kick now Mr Hi ind dollar at par with the wei-it practically limits the jxiwer of the State Bsy deserves his good lack He is not dollar bat this interference to keep to prohibit the sale of intoxicants to cases only a man of brains but he is a warm- Â¬ - thought to Ix- ii which they are by the hearted and gallant gentleman and be sated by the baas packages the seals of which have has made friends in Iouisville t every of the tinners movement is a been broken Its basis is the clause of turn LtmUrillt Truth cy tluit will sad abund- - the constitution giving to Congress tin jet and ipiahlied to pay off exlusive power to regulate interstate com IRON AND GOAL liter debts The uulimi- - merce The history of the decision indioinage of legal tender Ijland dollars cates to some extent its Hope and proba- Â¬ iiowever but a juirt and a small part ble effect Iisy iv Co lM er brewers of The Cheapest Point in the World lor Both of Wie programme of the Alliance for en- - Peoria Illinois sent beer in sealed kegs larfing oiir currency and relieving the and cam by rail to keokuk Iowa where SPRING CITY TKNNESSKE fartner from the necessity of accepting it was offend far sale by their agent in It has been truly said that in commerriginal packages The BOCT was cial and manufacturing circles at least Tencd the present law prici s for his pro U Tlie sub treasury plan is the seized bv a State oflicial under authority iron is king The wealth of a Vork nation is h aaeaaarc apaa which the Alliance ami of the Iowa prohibition law The Illi- invested in the iron plants and iron lands the allied organisations insist As nois tirm Ihereapaa brought suit against of the United States and bandreua of already aaactaVsd the plan is that the official alleging the seizure to be void thousands fit laborer are congregated ss shall build warehouses in agrias in violation of the constitution of the about the centers of iron activity So cultural districts for the storage of the United States The 1hi1 court having enormous is the capital invested and so nners products advancing him 80 ier taken tin Kline view the case was io afciip is the conijM tition that even a i their value in cash at one er cent peafaa to the State Sureliie Court where slight decline in the value of iron muses The government it is contend it was deeblea against Lefay 0b Then wide spread loss to capital and idleness to an analogous thingiu the i Was brought before the Supreme Court laborers el already Wherever iron can be made at other classes and it ought at Washington with the result indicated a cost materially lower than the general to doitforthe fanners National Uuik hare that the decision of the Iowa Su- run of cost in the great iron districts lings and silver certificates it is urged preme Opart Is reversed The broad there must Ik- a rapid shifting of both ccompanicd t her are forms of money iaassd by authoritv ground is taken that a State may not capital and jMipulation to that place tapped of the government the security of baaaa without the express jiermission of Con- Spring City Team a beautiful town situthird floor she and hilv r assaaa by jirivate citizens and gress interfere with the imjiortation or ated at the junction of the Cincinnati w hat the government does for bond holdsale of an intoxicating liquid any more Southern and the Central Tennessee rail- Â¬ of his ifes ers and silver mine owners it may with than with the inqxirtation and sale of ways and within six miles of the juncHad to the under eijual propriety do for the owners of ln ef corn cotton or tobacco provided the tion of the Tennessee and Piney Rivers let overcome that wheat corn tobacco and cotton The intoxicating liquid fa hi the packages in has remarkable advantages as an iron waorethan tweutv- - argument from analogy is presented which it was imported The right to im producing center brierty in tlie National Economist the p irt iauio 1K- deiuvd and tliL- right to p- the i u tigton organ of the KsSoaal Far sell any article imported Tbe competition of southern furnaces Bays the court i BLIND ER and Industrial Union as jsan inseparable incident to the right to with the gr rn establishments i faloaars Mr A who owi ltiijMiit it The State may prohibit the already keenly felt by them and as tbe 11 to the I loose in liiitcd states 1mu1s can under certain manufacture of intoxicating liquors with- market conditions lMcome more generally ated that regulations aepeaa them with the BMaa in its limits and may prohibit it is imknown and appreciated this competition prodacta hai Un oi the Treasury and receive t0 per plied the sale of home made liquors must become distressing to the East cent or 90000 uon which he pays an within its limits but Congress alone can The inevitable decrees of nature have ByOOO This it was interest or tax of one half of one jer cent regulate the interstate commerce in such made the Tennessee Valley iron district iirrease and it annually drawing interest on the bonds liquors The States power to regulate the ultimate region of iron production in lis bill I a iepositil in the meantime Again the disosal of the contents ol packages of this country a of agriculture by Mr aV who lias 100000 in silver bul- freight brought from a sister State begins The long haul by which ore must be ort Bona and keeping lion can take it to the same place liave it it is held only with the breakage of the carried to the Eastern furnaces mostly cans for and receive 100000 in silver package The breaking or opening of an from lake Superior makes the average ates the use of of which he has imiMirted package mingles it with the cest of ore at the furnace door per ton i iajajaeai at These two transactions common massol property therein and so 5 per ton of finished pig The coke are pronounced beneficial legitimate and brings it within tlie control of the State hauled from the Connellsvil e district doom constitutional Mr hasl00000 worth She decision it may be okeeriad fa not from 75 to 150 miles to meet the ore at the of wheat and cotton all in good order a unanin of the justices three Re I to the ton of pig iron fuinac paadaet oi labor and I part of the wealth publicans and throe Vniocratfi unite in limestone for taxing tuts to the of the country He anas to the secretary the decision and these all Republicans ton of pig and laor with e of the Treasury and ask that suitable dissent The weight of authority in Jo to the tmi of pig the the furnace Hm rest buildings be fauna that he too may court a- Hatha ed as well as the making a total cost to the average east- Â¬ is cotton and wheat ami receive preponderance in atwlt up from iiudiIhts s on the sid ern furnace of S1575 to produce a ton of er in if their value upon of free trade bet ween the Stau in liquors finished pig iron wool he is w illing U pay 1 per cent in as in other things It is of iniLst to In the Fast Tennessee district the iron be pr dared in terest annually and also to allow a fair note that the decision reverses the decis- Â¬ most at the furnace stack price for storage ami insurance Ka ion of Chief Justice Taney in the case of BVf r tan average of 10 mi es for all alculated to de- - doubt the farmer has as much right to Pierce vs New Hampshire which was it furnaces in The tokingcotd ucnt invest in his w heat appears precisely similar to the in frcm two to is in almost all tton as thbbm owner has In tliat case Chief i fifteen miles from the furnace Owing to to iorce his prrsluct into the govern- Â¬ Taney held in the interest it might le these favorable conditions lives cost of ore ISaaajnpa at ments storage vaults Imt it would be said of State rights that New Hampshire at the furnace necessary to make a ton of maraday to show better terhaps to curtail than extend a had tbe right to prohibit by law the sale list of m hs report bad practice It would on all accouuts of gin imported from Massa make a on of pig --molMbedby oe Deuer lor our acnealtaaabaU to pro- Â¬ its inliabitants and that iron does n tX lalwr and mote first tite reform of the tariff and af- Â¬ ad of Kwer t ivern- - furnace expensesfl cents r the tariff de-- ter that consider whether further loeans ment to control interstate commerce making in a liberal basis of calculation a ouise Wedoes- - of relief are required could not be construed to be an absolute total cost for the finished ton of pi iron Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Under tbe duties fixed M the bill tbe annual imports of 25 100000 of agricultural products would le supplied to tbe enplc of the United States bv the American fanners rather than by the Canadian fnnen this sum so distributed would relieve some of the depression prevailing pive them DMaV POW LL S and ourajre anl increased ability to raise the mortgapes on their farms AB 15Q What a falling otf If the tanners prided Hay 28 1890 by the rural Republican jiress believed Mr Mckinleys statement in his report latiirv they were deceived by his own confes- the extent KBMtMML But gEftJfen that his second estimate is eor- afaat fooling it is to say that the iii to help the fanners when the new burdens iBBpaaai on tliem by tlie increased taxes of the tariff bill are more tlian doable thai figure nuriti r of The Telegraph estimates the present and of lnortjwgeindebtcdncss of our farmers at t the suggestion ill that the exclusion of 25000000 worth of r ign tropical products is going to give c fanners confidence or enable them lift tb- i n their fanns It lb Mb lie Telegraph the matter The simple fact pO same sophistry the same inislead- the same mistaken pleading BMuc errors of coadwioa Breaoglar- iig all through Mr Mckin - day this THE WORLDS FAIR AND OCR PROHIBI TORY TARIFF Â¬ in the Fast Tennessee district of 11 a difference in favor of this district over the Pennsylvania and Ohio districts in the cost of producing a ton of iron about 475 Furnaces at Spring City must have the advautage of all other furnaces in this favored Fast Tennessee district by reason of the fact that 1 the Shin Rone Ridge ore is but one half mile from Spring City and the Iron Hill ore but six miles Spring City is nearer than any other locality to an inexhaustible field of the best coking coal in the world ii Spring City has cheaper hansportation to market than any other liK ated furnaces in the district without an exception so that pig iron can to day be prod Deed in Spring City at a cost lower at least by 60 cents per ton than any other place in the country In the Eastern States there are about 540 furnaces 150 of which are now out of blast by reason of the fact that the price of pig iron on the market is at a lowci figure than they can produce it In the East Tennessee district there are thiity one furnaces When the price of pig iron souri t Â¬ Â¬ is as low as Â¬ - Eastern furnaces must stop operations when the price reaches S17 It more ilUJsi cuise sllMr auun tmi 140 of tl - jsiti - -- - - - i liill them must shut down but in this dis trict not a furnace would go out of blast at 12 while Spring City can make a good profit at jier ton 11 As TO i - Â¬ Â¬ vC -i 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Resides her sujK rlative iron advantage Spring City is the gateway to the most valuable and extensive unopened field of coking coal in the United States This wonderful basin is identical with the Connellsville and Pocahontas i oal in Pennsylvania and Virginia yielding id per cent of fixed carboat and 4V square A railroad has already miles in extent been built from Spring City to within a few miles of this field and will reach it this year The analyses of four leading chemists in the In ted States Mr John Procter the state Geologist of Kentucky being one of them place the amount of tixel carbon in tin coal at from 89 04 to 9162 par cent The field lias been thoroughly tested and its limits defined and its value to Spring CSty first and to the iron district of Tennessee second is incalculable Just bey Hid this basin of coking coal is a large deposit of the wonderful PliK k coal the only coal known that will smelt iron without first being converted into coke This exists in large quantities on the line of the Tennessee Central extension and Spring City must be the distributing jxiint for it A IkmIv of Capitalists of large means and great business prestige have invest ed a million dollars in Spring City and surrounding mineral lands and have inaugurated a system of public improv meate manufacturing enterprises etc that must speedily establish the flourishing little city as a manufacturing and industrial center This company known as the Anglo American Association Limited have a preliminary sale of town lot iiii June 3 4 5 which everybody should attend that wants to make an investment in a place with greater iron and coal pro poets than any other print in the country Excursion rates on all trains For prospectus and fuller information address The Anglo American AssiM iation at spring City Tenn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lill - RELIGIOI Rev o orge Barnes is at Covington The late Rev Rutherford Dougia 10000 insurance on his life Rev Dr M Evans will preach at Providence church Sunday morning and evening Rev BridgeSjOf Lawreneeburg preached an excellent a rnion at the Christian Church Sunday night Episcopal Mission including Beatty villeand Proctor will 1m- filled shortly by Rev Mr Kemp of Ohio Chicago Baptists have raised the 400 KKi necessary to secure an additional gift of 600000 by Standard oil Rockefeller for equipping a million dollar university A sermon by R v J F William mer pastor of the Baptist church thi place now of Indianopolis sbuject Daniel at the Court of Kebuchadnasar was pub lished recently in the Indianna Baptist and also in pamphlet form During clear days people of Carthage L have distinctly heard the ringing of a ponderous church bell at Golden 28 miles away The bell hangs in the tier man Lutheran church tower at Golden and it requires two men to ring it A certain Sunday school In New York recently decided to give an entertainment in aid of the arch fund but to the hor ror of everybody the programme distributed on the evening of the entertainment stated that is was given in aid of the arch fiend There will be a childrens song service and short addresses at the Christian Church next Sunday afternoon at Sj oclock The day is known as Childrens Day and collections will 1m- taken all over the country for Foreign is that day j i an enjoy the service and help on the gMd work The Carlisle Mercury Bays The dedication of the new Christian church will take place on the first Sunday in June About MM neatly printed invitation have beea sent out The order of services for the day will be Dedication service at m by Flder F M ILiins of To peka Kansas communion at yHO p m preaching at 70 p m Rev H O Henderson has been invited to deliver an address at the Centennial Celebration of the Louisville and Ken- Â¬ tucky Conferences at RtisscHville next It will be remomhered that the month Methodists of the State will have three joint celebrations this centennial year The first having beea held at Lexington last week the second to be held in Rus sellville and the last grand rally tobe held Among the speakers at in Louisville Russeliville will be Dr Qaygood the distinguished educator and divine of the reraaflfai Sun South We observed a rather comical occur- Â¬ A rence in church the other Sunday young tady was busily engaged in chewing gum when the deacon came around with Forgetting the Bat r anient the quid she took a piece of broad and put it in her mouth with the gum They did not mix well and after I ciisiii she gave up tbe jib and spat the business oat This ought to teach tiie that it is not proper to chew in church A preacher said recent bit made him so nervous while preaching that he could with difficulty from throwing the goblet from the pulpit at the offenders Look out young ladies or you will get your turd Jourm omniums cracki Southern Baptist Convention met in its forty sixth annual session at Fort Worth Te iian Haral son of Sehna Ala in the chair hundred delegates were present The fol lowing offii Hon Jonathan Haralson of s Vice Presidents Dr J orne of Georgia Ir L M rick of Virginia Lr F H Kerfo Kentucky and Rev L B Fly of Mis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ K jealoiis-ly-guarlc- Â¬ - -- a 1 1m- - -- - 1 Â¬ Secretaries Rev Lansing Burrows D D of Augusta bv and Oliver Fuller DD of Baltimore reelected Treas- Â¬ urer Ii- W Norton of Lmisville Ky ted The Home Missionary Board reported for the past year 270 missionaries among the native white population missionaries among the foreign Mipu lation 4477 baptisms organised during the year l7ti churches Sunday sclnMils instituted MO churches built 84 total receipts 171000 expenditures 70 nX t The Foreign Mission repotted far the past year M7 stations occupied with 110 oat stations 78 missionancs too baptisms 89 schools with li7i scholars receipts Slsi BOO all debts paid The semi annual session of the Madison and Fstill county co operation meeting of the Christum churches convened with the church at Inion City this county on last Friday and Saturday Mr William Outeher as chairman Rev F P Beaton as secretary in the absence of the chairman andaeeretary presided pro- Â¬ tein The pastor Flder John J Adams of Clarkdelivered the address of welcome and Rev C P Williamson the response Seventeen churches were represented four from Fstill and thirteen from Madi-son The TuiffiSfers present were Wil- Â¬ liamson Fliiott Montgomery Spicer Cunningham Young Benton and Panth Â¬ er The principal address of Friday was by Kid Montgomery on the subject of missions The several committees were appointed including the executive com-Â¬ mittee the names of which we will give next week The chairman of this com mittee Mr T S Bronstonalso Treasurer reported abontrtJ200 collected and about 230 expended Chairman Cruteher de livered an excellent address on the pur-the co operation meetings elalM ratingthe point that the Savior taught the Importance of preaching the gospel to the poor A nuniK r of mcmticrs participated in the remarks which followed At night Fid Williamson preached on the corning of the Savior It was one of his happy efforts On Saturday reports from the ehiuihea were received stating the number of members frequency of preaching number of Bandy schools and pupils amounts collected Ac The reports were encouraging The subject Can we be Christians and not possess the spirjt of missions was discussed by number of jM rsons including Rev Pres-Â¬ ton Blake of the Baptist church who was invited to nprak He mentioned a little church of less than forty members in far away Mexico and mostly ioor women who gave more than Ss in a year to missions and contrasted that liberality w ith a church of 900 members in Madison county that gave less than Si to mis sinus Prof Elliott said that only eight out of every fourteen people in the world had heard the gospel preached Other speakers niadu similar strong paints The committee on time and place reported that the next meeting would be held at Cornith in Fstill county on Friday be fore the 4th Sunday in September next The committee on future work reported in favor of pushing missions with all jmis ible speed The committee on nominations named W L Cruteher for chairman and F P Benton for secretary The committee on resolutions thanked the people of Union City and vicinity for the un bounded hospitality displayed during the wo days meeting Abo the following Wa are again reminded of serious illness of Rro W B Stivers now in the State of iri but who spent his entire life of usefulness in our midst and who has i ither married baptised or preached the funeral of some member of nearly every family in Madison county Therefore be it rerolved that we the representatives of the various congregations ol the Chris Â¬ tian churches of Kstill and Madison in convention assembled tender to him and his aged and faithful wife our highest regards and tenderest sympathy in this their hour of trial and suffering and pray the mercy of our Heavenly Father to be with him the few remaining days that may be allotted t him on earth and that we now remember him in a special pray- Â¬ er and that copy of these resolutions be presented to the aged couple Prof Williamson moved that a substantial token of love sent and asked the audience ta raise fOO hrer Sit was raised in a few minutes and Prof Williamson led the an hence in a prayer full of sympathy and during which tears filled tenderness many eyes The resolution was adopted by a rising vote All of the above reporta were adopted Likewise the report of the evangelist The Executive committee will meet at the Madison Rational bank in Richmond on the first Saturday in June at oclock Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1m- Â¬ t J AAn annflrVilt V n- n unknovn eoiorwa since he acquired the habit of chewing feet ioincies SO van old and aboat onion peel The onion is used frequently in the river to cure rheumatism with varying suc- high was found floating cess but I never heard of its failing when Irvine preserved in as a cure for miliaria or Louisville Tobacco chills Durrett Loumville Tooscco By Ulover Â¬ RADAMS rMicrobe Killer AT i CONCERNING FARMERS Wool in Jessamine county ceaae Mr W W Pigg bought Senator Whites herd of Tolled Angus cattle and now has the best cattle in the State One Woodford county man has bought and shipped 30y000 bushels of wheat since March 1st mlaishoi iBWiTflOOOlawhnai At a sale in Imisville last week ilteea jersey cows heifers and heifer calves averaged SSO per head Another lot aver- Â¬ aged 106 The peach crop w ill 1m- - short ill this region but many varieties of apples pnd pears promise an average crop eaaasaa XVaaVi ftrritw Farms are dirt cheap in Connecticut Tbe lowest price yet recorded was touch- Â¬ ed last week when a 105 at HI farm with buildings thereon fetched only Slid At Ihirham N C since the city has 3 ilitric iiiuminaooii tlie ravage- - oi tobacco worm have been greatly rethe duced the insects having been killed by the lights R H Bronaugb sold to A T Nunnel ley 150 slop fed hogs to be delivered from the 1st to the Kith of June at 3 cents They will average about tWpOaaufa Interior Jearaaf A pair of bantam chickens were aoldat the London Crystal Palace far 9900 almost exactly twice their weight in gold and the highest price ever paid for a single pair of tow Is Anaaagefation known sa the Southwestern Poultry and Ret Club km been organized at Memphis The object of the association fa ta encourage poultry rais- Â¬ ing Annual meetings will be held Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Hnuxe just Sales on our market for the week o6o hhds with receipts closed amount to Sales for the same period of 22O2 hhds amount on our market since January up to 60463 hhds Sales on our market War POWERS 100 Main St HAG AH Richmond Ky it to this date of the crop of SSo amount to 33747 hhds The market this week has been very strong on medium to good and fine grades it of burley leaf in good condition in fact highest week of the year We has been the have no special change to report in the common grades The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco crop of 1SS9 Trash Dark or damaged tobaccolljo to 300 Colory Trash 3 00 to Common Lugs not colorv 3 50 to Good Lugs 6 00 to 9 OO 50 Common Leaf 700 to Medium to Good Leaf 1000 to 1600 2oo Good to Fine Fillers 16 oo to Select Wrapperv Tobacco 22 to jSoo Â¬ Also a full line of the purest and IVi--- l DrllLiS AXD CHEMICALS That Can be Had TOILET ARTICLES NDKIKS PERFUMERY BRUSHES WAGON FOR SALE I have an RCflknt three spring double scat one horse waon which I desire to A good bargain lot some one sell A- - H LALOR 4950 Patent Medicines PAINTS OB WHITE LEAD A STATIONERY School Books A competent IinrM to compound prescripti Vs K jHSmhS POWERS Successors to 39 29 HiGiS E Smith flOBM Joinuil The Fair Grounds yesterday morning was the scene of the second Kentucky Shorthorn sale and show The attend ance was good an increase over last year being noticeable but bidding was slow and prices poor Lexington I At a recent sale of Shorthorn cattle made by J R Jones A Son and 8 F Prathcr at Springfield Illinois there was and ninety six head a large attendance brought the average of Q044 They were of the IfrnahcTfa Pomona Bright Eyes Amelia Bmimgtoa White Rose Home Junrwil Mary and other strains Lewis F Allen the founder of the American Shorthorn Herd Boak died in Ruffalo N Y May 2 aged about ninety years IVing a vigorous thinker and a man f great activity he was called to ocÂ¬ cupy many position- - in his favorite calling agriculture and stock breeding The generation of Shorthorn breeders which knew him best has mostly gone before him to the grave Home Jourmat The Ohio Jersey Cattle Aasoeietioa sold at Columbus a draft from their herds that brought an average of fOO The Breed- Â¬ A glance ers Gasette says of this sale at the prices the different 11om1 lines brought will convince all heretofore doubting minds that the Tennessee blood including the descendants of Tormentor Top Sawyer Toftee and Lamlseer Fancy is the IiIimmI must sought after by Ohio people This is as it should be A Ramsey Winchester Court J auctioneer reports alMiut 200 cattle on the market Sixteen good steers weight 1200 lbs brought st per ewt wit premium on the bead 27 good steers weight 111 lbs sold at S4 psrcwt with 125 per head discount 12 phun steers weight 1000 lbs S7 per ewt 29 com Â¬ mon steers weight 700 lbs 22 per head 10 rough steers weight 1100 lbs 9005 per head 5 y irling bulls fmi per bead Auctioneer Bash reMrfs im1 crowd and spirited bidding at the public sale of J M Foster personal poperty by Trustee of It J White 00 last Wednesday The JO Polled Angus cattle sold at an average of 72 50 That is a big price considering the low average recently made by Shorthorns in this and other counties The Angus animals ranged from 27 to Sdi Four hundred barrels of corn brought 185 five hundred pounds of bacon i ccnte hogs 4J cents three common horses 75 te 100 Clydesdale horse 15 yearling colt by Escort Sliii yoke of oxen 00 A good dinner and a fine sale every way Â¬ Â¬ PUBLIC op and re Both the Syrup of Fig3 ii taken it and refreshing to the tate ami aci gently yet promptly on the Kidneys clernscs the 17a Liver and Bowe tern effectually dispell colds head aches and fevers and euros habitue Syrup of Figs b th constipation only remedy of its kind ever induced pleasing to the taste Bed nc ccptable to the rtrrmerh prompt in it- - action and truly beueficial ia effects prepared only from the moat healthy fnd agreeable substances it raanv excellent qualities commend i to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale ia 50c and 1 bottles by rll leading gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand viil procure it promptly for any one erne wi Do not accept any to try it l SALE OIS ENJOY l Real Estate As Administratrix I will on of F Cornelison Monday June 2nd 1890 k sell publicly in front of the Court House door in Richmond at 10 oclock it b County Couil day it 250 Acres cl Fine Timbered i Â¬ SllllstitUt CALIFORNIA FfS SYRUP CO CL PY Uf SAN FRANCISCO KY The land i a part f the Ncwland tract and lies on the miles Irani K Hill turnpike about i niond The timber con UN of quantity of the finest oak pine and for poplar Therv coal on the land agricultural farm This ertv of Dr J F Cornc Co Tefms One third ca h bat and 12 months in equal installments bearing legal interrst This is known to be the bet body of timber in Madison countv MRS J F CORNEIISON Admin- 47 0 in Madison county I Â¬ l THE HARVEST WILL SOON BE HERE - - bbbVbhb - f bbbbV lr rBkBa i BBMarJGHBnwMi JBBk Â¬ iMS4aBitTaiV go at And if you Want to get Through Without any Trouble Once and Get Ton an ALL STEEL Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS Mrs Spring City Tenn the only town com- Â¬ bining great mineral richness and great physical beauty Bay a lot thereat the sale June S 4 Fxcursion rates on all roads that he has been runninjj a DEERING BINDER for four years Joe S BogX and it has not cost him a cent for repairs BJ Clay says he has been running a DEERING BINDER for ten years and it is doin good work vet Deering TOE Binder THEY ARE UET That is the Kind oi Machine for the Farmers to Buy I John Anderson died in Lexing- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 10a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IpaWuin vft I Z 1 Mriii ur I m S 1 Ai I 1 MEkz jr- A 1 ton last Thursday The fine hriHd mare belonging to Win Barnea Marshall Mo dropped three colts May 21 They are small but all alive and doing nicely and perfectly formed Gen Wm F Draper of ftnataw and Miss Susie Preston daughter of the late Gen Wm Rreston of Confederate lame were married in Lexington last Thursday Tne remains of President iartield and his mother were removed from the pub- Â¬ lic vault in Iake View Cemetery at Cleve-Â¬ land to the crypt in the monument which is to Ik dedicated on Decoration Day What a nice fat job the member of the Legislature have had this winter They have been in session one hundred and forty four days for which time they have drawn STll each or SIm0 altogether Have they been worth this much money to the State Cartafam Isadrr Norm the Cincinnati detective was here this week working up the case of the two man who robbed Mr Land of S000 some two weeks ago and says he will ar rest the parties in a few days and bring them buck to our county for prosecution Mr Ijind offers 100 for their capture SirhiiUisrill Journal John W showalter of Georgetown the champion of the united States ssM iation was defeated at St Louis Monday by Max Judd Mr S has an excellent record in tournaments but this was his first match The match was for 850 a side the winner of the first 7 games exclusive of draws to win Time three hours Rev i I Rogers preached here Friday night Portions of his discourse were very pathetic when referring to hh sin John A Sogers who died here eight years since from an overdose of chloral a he in oar cemetery The father had thought of removing them but regrets to move from among the peo ple who treated him so well am whom he loved Mt Vermm signal If I should be asked what was tl substitute forquieine 1 should say onions Time and again the Bleep producing vir- I the loud smelling onion hav sung but comparatively few- know how re for chills and ague plain their bo on quinine by Baying onions are cheaper ve and one man in and quite particular who has been a martyr laria for years has been another being Â¬ Â¬ - City of Toledo Lucas County Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is STATE OF OHIO REMEMBER that I will have a car load of these six foot DEERING MOWERS bought them to sell dont toret it I hare just received a car load of the cele brated DEERING BINDER TWINE Â¬ the senior partner of the firm of F J Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum Cheney BEST MACHINE OIL tJtt and see me next door to the Tost Oiiice Â¬ if ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENI Y Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December FOR MEN ONLY Lives of poor men oft remind us F IMI POPE AD I 1S86 Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for tes imcnials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75 cts ao jJ Seal A V W GLEASON Honest toil The more we work ice have behind us Bigger patches on our pants SAakept dont stand a chance LIVE LI STOCE MAESET Uy iKEKSE EMBItY i Htock Commission Mercliautsat iuclo uali Union Stixk Yards and Covluglou Stock Yards But if these same men would do their trading at the Racket Bargain Store they would soou save enough money to buy a pair of new BEPOET trowsers Cincinnati Ohio May 51800 SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra LOOK AT THESE PRICES Work Shirts from H 5 v Fair to Good Common and Kougn Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough to Extra Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen Good 4 40 4 oo 2 75 4 oo 3 6o 2 25 BUTCHER CATTLE 43 4 4 2 00O I 2 1 Suspenders from Socksfrom Handkerchiefs Gallon Coffee Pat Three papers of Tins Four dozen best Hooks and Eye- Best English Needles two papen Two Balls White Darning Cotton up cents up cents up Jo cents 5 cenU 5 cents 5 cenls 5 Ct 25 BULLS Common and Thin Far Bologna Far to Good Feeders QO Best Shipping Beht Uologna a First Door Above Farmers Bank 3 5 Good Extra Steers 43 Fair to Good Steers vjooa 10 extra lieilers Common and Thin Stockers COWS AND CALVES Best Grades c onrtrr Fair to Good 20 Ot Common 12 00 Best Veil Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy 3x HOGS Select Butchers 85 Fair to ood Packers Good to Extra Lights 7S3 Light Pig 36 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS OJ Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY - 00 oo i 00 00 75 Organized 1874 DR Policy - Assets 5675040 Jt n 9 GAMJ Med II LWtor Paid up J rn 90 85 75 taney of life tlu- disability cl except for fraud or uou rm t nient ot pnm or occupation Policies non foreitaWe afte travel Prompt ami iurn rtr Viipfcl 7 i 0 -- XHE CLIMAX Hy 28 Hty Toon the Beautiful tide in WML B0TH SIDES AND THE MIDDLE THEREOF A men Services of The Church Tri- Â¬ 1880 ScBweiaforth Bar slider Coifesseu Bat E Francis every Sunday afternoon at Talks About Widow Tattles Two oclock and on Thursday evenings a Children Bon in Heaven oclock MaCWUU McM WRITES TO A KICII- WOMAX ABOfT THE FaKX LOVE APOSTLE WOMAN umphant will be held at the home of L 4 7 THIN COLUMN Tin- icorgetown Times announces that Tucker Tingle was shot in the tongue by a target gun A enlaced boy has lieen adjudged in sane by a Louisville Court His delusion Won is that be has swallowed a mule der what went with the water melon dog and razzah Can it lie that Mrs Henry the Prohib ition candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals is Tom Henry the former incumlient whoso career was not alto-Â¬ gether of the Prohibition kind The Ceorgetown Times calls on Judge Askew to becomes candidate for delegate j to the Constitutional Convention We would like to Askew who the Democratic candidate will be in Madison county Gmddr Williams has a dumb calf The animal is several months old but has never lieen known to bleat When it at Â¬ tempts to bleat the sound made r hies the hiss of a goose Lancaster Rerofw Probably the calf has been to a County Convention and is hoarse A countryman Um other day msserked Alas I fear we shall never have anoth Â¬ er legislature in Kentucky Why so enquired an alarmed bystander In causo responded the countrymen how can we have another if the present one never adjourns T JVSehoIosrilc Joar nol America is rapidly becoming a nation of knights Sven now you couldnt throw a stone w ithout hitting a Knight of La bar or a Knight of IMhias or a Knight of Honor or a Knight of the Golden Eagle or n Knight Templar or a Knight of the Silver Horn or a man who runs out of nights Para X nn What ahead IVr night be tone ghrist mas The editor of Tiik Climax humbly hogs the pardon of half n dozen handsome ladies whose names were included in a paragraph intended for the Personal lad limn of last weeks issue but which by accident got into the Thin Column It was the printers mistake and as it i a rule of the otiiceto regulate every printer who is less accurate than a Waterbury watch we have imposed upon him the task of attending all county conventions that may hereafter take place instead of going oursell which is we think the most severe punishment that can Ik- in- Â¬ flicted upon him If this method dix s not have the desired effect we shall send him a trip over the Big Hill stage line to McKee and back That will fix him The Somerset Trades Review steahth the appended funnygnipl from somebody else whostoleth it from sonae other some body else c vxc to wit A man who writeth for a newspaper is of few days and full of grief He rise th in the morning and knoweth not what the day will bring forth If he telleth all the news he runneth the risk of getti Ig and ear put on him and if he telleth not the news the people say that be i n g and there is no enjoyment for him The crafty man cajoleth him into giving him a SO cent puff for a 5 cent cigar and fond mothers frown an him if he faileth to flatter their freckle faced broods And all his ways are ways of woe and bis days are full of sorrow The life insu rance man tachleth him and the tn dler and book agent layeth snares for him and on the whole he hath a great time Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - tute ll towprl to froni under the 70- - foot girder letting the 40 ton travi Kentk7he SeTTKhfeviJle ana A Cnpid So Quick On last Thursday Mr William Stew- Â¬ Strawberry notice art a prominent and substantial farmer of Rockcastle county and whose home is 1 w N The Minneajwlis Tribune of May 15th column for rays retort of Ex Senator Whites sale A few weeks ago a penned in the Even- Â¬ The R J B wffl wrth KktaKd ing Tribune an interview with T J Morin time for the Fair in SoptemW gan of 1310 Franklin avenue this city SpriOgOtl ImnCenterthe Morgan had e n a follower of the meek Jnarden City of the Booth Sale of ton and lowly George J Schweinfurth who Ms June 3 4 S parades himself paGed manifest in the hrist returned to earth and calls GoTingtoB Arnold Bro will ship to- Â¬ day 2 xio pounds of wool for which they his farm at Rxkfoid Illinois heaven Morgan dkanrted the cause saying that paid IS to 23 ci the din trine taught In the new sect was loticeof numbers for geUpOH practically free love ind that as a result and call at once and gel yours if you have of her conversion his w ife had left him not already secured it with his children His home was destroy that the Best boys have anan ed and he was miscralile all he said on Of8 ve hurrard county in fifteen account Schweinfurt is evil influence But since the publication of this inter- or take i v consequences view there has come a grant change over Tlie K V issellinjr round trip tickets the spirit of Morgans dream and he now to Cincinnati for r4so sped to return taken back everything he said evidently until June 7th Go and see the Lutonia with a word of thanks forlieingperniitted Races no to do The Iitmiia races are on and you can Here is what he says I once more pet rounl trip tickets t Cincinnati at re- have something to say in regard to Rev duced rata good to return at any time Gee J Schweinfurth but in an entirely until June 7th different line from what I have bean say Powhat n Shearer a sulmtantial citizen ing of late I have done him an injusof the northern part of the county is se- Â¬ tice and bevelled abetd him I make this riously arlli ted and uot etpeUed to r- confession with shame on one hand and gladness on the other shame to think ecover He is BS years oil tliat there was so much of a mean dispoMr A I Khra proprietor of Madison sition in me as to lend me to slander a Monuincml Works has received a large uprijjht and hol man a man whom consignment f Dne stone ami next week fmrc I will state has no other motive but the will convey to vou an idea of what it is welfare of all mankind and that welfare is nothing short of his inheritance in The citizens of Ijincaster and vicinity heaven With gladness Invause I have organized a Fair Assiviation to le held the will and the eaaange to make my acin July I said he had wronged ndfn Walker was elected tVae knowledgment ident and J E Marrs of the Record me of my property lie never asked me for 5 cents in nis life neither did he ever siTetary Mr I 1 Shackelford is rcinodclint say to me that he was in need of that the James EL Miller residence on 4th much Therefore all I have ever given Avenue so that it will le equivalent t a him wis a voluntary act on may part I have not harsnad him It is myself new one and it is to le a handsome that h harmed and foi that reason I am piece of work making hhaen acknowledgments His Collector stamp deputy Petministration is as true cs im1 is true and of Lawrencclmr ty received a check for every disciple is under obligation to obey NM27 from distiller Kipy some days Him if be expects to ao and now he cannot find it nor can of the gospel Why aataiatlwpioaninen rid I deny Him he imagine how it pvt away Because there was tx much deceit in Extensive improvements are being made me I wanted my own way and my own tn the founds and tnick of the Madison say I have had it since I denied Him Fair Association Richmond Ky When and look at the shame of it No man their plans are perfected this will he one can have his own wavtiiat wants to serve of the fastest half mile tracks in the State God Shant Form Now I have given some of the reasons why I denied him and have acknowl- Â¬ W Rains lecture at Flcminjr- bnrg yielded 50 Mr Eadai jiassed here edged Him No living Is ing has given M or a series of lectures Fast and West me a word of peiaaaaion in the matter Ood alone has turned me I turn to Rev Hes down on hoasna savin he h GeO J Schweinfurth localise I want to so manv i daces miured hv I mm in line le an heir of heaven I lave accused him A- ntiirkiTn H There is no oi breaking up my family Amelia Gtbba a colored woman of this trouble with that part of my family that county is entitled to x t baaaeraad is following him the trouble is with that modal She has twins Ftta and Edna part of it that is fighting him Therefore and we are reliably informed that they he could not be the cause of the trouble weigh respectively lJi ami 14 poaade I have nccaned him of being a free lover Nchlegvl baa photographed them when he is as far from it as heaven is from Foxtown comes forward with a black hell You ask me then how it is that those woman named White who is one hun dred and fifteen years old That lays it two children were Isirn to Mrs Tuttle over our ancient citizen Manion ldham Jesus Christ of Nazareth often answered I will do who recollect- - when Nathaniel Hart qai lit II MM by asking questions was killed lv the Indians in 1782 the same Can you tell me how the Virgin Mary conceived her first brn Could Col Sid Iairnes died at Oartiiage Mo Why each a thing ever happen again on Monday of last Week and was Imried not What baa been may be again 1 at Fort Smith Ark He was a nnti shall remain in this city m far as 1 know II county Ky and aged 81 years and if any man wishes to ask of the hope He was Colonel oi the 6th Kentucky In Â¬ is i me he is welcome H eras a bvtheof Tom Rnrnn fantry flWMI CVfl of Madison County Court RiMKFoRD Illinois May R 18SJ0 wnmiiFarinere Â¬ Â¬ at the new and growing town of Wildie on the K C came down to Richmond on business He was a widower of a few short months his wife having died He met Mrs Mary Rice an attractive grass widow of a few days having gotten a divorce They fell madly in love at first sight They had never heard of each other He was 75 and she 52 years old They decided unanimously without de- Â¬ bating the question to get married at 8 oclock that evening Mrs Letitia Ham- Â¬ ilton offered her ltcautiful home on East Main Street for the occasion and Squire I P Armer was summoned A small part v of friends including the agreeable Mr A E Carse of the Richmond Mills assembled At the appointed hour Squire Armer pronounced one of his characteristically ben elites ceremonies and the two young lives were welded into one So mote it lie Â¬ Â¬ movable derrick down which being fa--tened to the trestle carried everything with it destroying three towers The Boats in falling ripped the bolts out lcav inw the cylinder on which the towers rest uninjured None of she iron can used again The 70 fot girders weigh 8 or 10 tons and is tnat portion of the bridge which rests on the towers and to which the ties and raiV are attached The loan is estimated at 10000 and will very likely fall upon the badge contractor J B Walker who represents the ShirHei I Ttrilltre tnlllli inv i f Pit ijmr rl mi The traveler and engine alone totallv destroyed costs lietweenSJS00 and It w ill take at least six weeks to repair the loss This is deplorable and everyone deeply sympathises with the unfortunate parties upon whom will fall this heavy loss eel-plate Â¬ Â¬ Of th TEPORTothron1ilioTinf the I 1 Baj i or Kentucky at Ht lttehmoml in t lie REPORT planNatlcaal Bak Ihecluaeof btuini male ot KsiiUick Fl REPORT Hi ale May 17 1890 May 17 USW Mf 17 of the condition of the Maalaa MetumumrfSTn I aWaJk of Kealarkjr al uw flow of RESOtKlES Loans and iltwotuila JlTK lfn Overdraft weurert and unsecured KM U S HoiiN lo sucure vircAjlolioo SUiMI r RFXntUClM net u - 2 eic line from a proved reserve igent Due from other National Bank I Due from stale Banks awl hanker oaiiKoig Tiinitrore ana fixtures Current expenses and taxes paid Checks ami other cash item Bills of other Banks Kractionnl paper currency uickela nnd cents Specie notes IKI Umler fand with U si Ti Redemption urer4percent of clrcnlatloa irlaiaa OU tli r Li r -- T-r i ujma it lllM 1 oi 3M sli DBH k ecurilii 10 VW HI JS r nne 87U MM IMT TT m taMW 5S Due from Ntal lank and hiiukern Banking house furniture and fixt-urea Curreut exinaea and taxes I Bills of oilier Banks Fractional paper currency nl ami I rrlii snaaajsjananm m tla 44M M1 it Overdrafts sacorad aad aemra- d- 14J50 40 S Jst 0 Boaatstoseeasa ilnattluai V a Bosnia to areas SisaalU KSH 0 aapaarasl isaaurs aessMa Baa fiuaa ttJK Tt Daw from other Xalioaal Baaka-Ml Si Dae from HUM Baaka aad Bankers 7jm t 11 inking hoose furniture aad flxtnrea aaatnt i ass and taxes said-r Bans mi per enrreney n Loaoa and Ca -- 1 Note laaa ymm Riii- Tender fund witti CsTreaa-ption er cent of circulatio arcriii - a i uwi MBSl l urer - rte iIrr fun S I Wl Totai LIABILITIES tn2r2 w Total Cnpltnl st rk paid in Surplus funil Ilidividetl proIlLs HU1 National Hunk ante Oalala las 4HMH Individual deptsitsnhect to clieck ftMH Due toother Nulionul Banks CttS Due to Stale Banks and banker 1 LIABILITIES Capital stiM r paid In M Suiiiiu- - fund tlSSWt attina Se 18 tM Is 51 Total LIABILITIES rln in H- HORSE NOTES Texas owns more horses than any other State The Department of Agriculture crediting to her 150H4 Illinois second on the list with aUnit SOtdhnl less whose value is estimated at 301 t12 Macey Bids sold for Jenuan 11 Clark a bay mare Nursery by Nutwood dam by Star Almont in foal to Bell IJoy to A C Estill for 54000 To K H Taylor bay mare Violet by Pocahontas Roy dam by Volunteer S2500 Vrmnilh Sm At the sale of the Knlenheim and El erslie yearlings in Brooklyn May 17th 5 an avenge of nine head made SI 015 thirteen head oi0 average S401 six head Si no average 15 four head fJBlfi average finals i Pad W5 average finfgX It is said that offers of from S200 to -t- oo advance on the season fee of 1000 have been made for privilege of breeding to Axtell Bud Doble will decide when the season is over whether or not he is in condition to make the effort this year to lower his record Stuck Form Experiments with English cavalry horSosshow that gray or dun colored animals are the moat easily frightened The blacks are most obstinate the chestnuts the most enduring and the bays have most intelligence and do the uifst reasoning These facts probably hold good the world over and are a guide to purchasers Erchange The largest sale of horses ever held by one establishment in the history of the world was the Middle Park thoroughbred sale which took place in Kngland in 1872 Three hundred and thirteen animals were disposed of for 512575 an average of 1575 The stock consisted of 12 stal- Â¬ lions IK brood mares and 1J foals Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Total jxtsnU au littuksaiMl bant Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Srhool llonse Tax- Flsowhere in to days Climax appears the act iii full empowering the voters of School Dntlict No 2s to Isind an indebt Â¬ edness to erect a School house The elec tion will le held on Saturday June Llst The problem presented in not for or against the school house but whether it shall lie Iwiilt by the side of beads to run twenty years or by a tax of 25 cents on the 100 Â¬ STATE OK KKNTtCKY Uouuly of Madison I S H Parkos Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the alsne statement Is Irue to the best of my knowledge and belief S 8 PA RKEH Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before ma tataaab day of May Robt R Bcbxax Notary Fabric CokkkCT Attest JAMES BENNETT THUS J SMIIH Directors V If BURN AM Total Mt 51 Tota Of KEN 1 Â¬ TE OK KENTCCKY teoXTT o Mai IJ E On ell e al r that the named hank do tiet of my above stalement knowledge and belief J E OeaBxruAF Cashier Huhacrilc i ami sworn lo before met day of Ma Jso W Crook R Jr Notary Public - aaaaed imnit knowledge ami larlief uault Cashier of the above- - nsaaasl I Mlemnly swear that the anon lie beat 1 I IIKNAILT as rn to before me tbji aaj f Correct A J WC V M I PKKTlN IRVINE SIIMISY IRVINE Correc- t- Attest y iirjtvi I Notary Public k tors A 11 N KTT Director MATRIMONIAL The appended anal invitation bsn Mr and Mm John A Duerxon received rtfpieat your presence at the marriajp of their daughter Annie to Mr lames M Bailev Wtslnemlay June 11 at lOoelock a m at their residence Richmond Kv lee fr Â¬ It seems to us clear that the tended in Â¬ debtedness is the lietter The interest on 20000 cannot exceed 1200 a year and 1000 a year In the sinking fund makes a total of S2200 jkm-- year that would have to lie raised by taxation To say nothing of the poll tax and excluding the prop- Â¬ erty of colored people the tax required to raise 2200 jkt year will lie much less than the 25 cents on the 100 for so many years as will lie necessary to pay off the 2ttliKi as would be necessary under the general school law One Hundred Dollars in Gold liven Away 50 i0 15 and 5 Also faro ears Subscription to the CLIMAX DED Bjibv of Ben On wa-- laarisd near Rod Miai xe on Monday Mrs Paul Noble diel at Dtiatur 111 bad week She was a sister of Thompson Keene Cation City this county and the mother of Mrs Bert Parrish PROGRESS Bwiti Â¬ f - Every sulscriler new or obi who pays one year in advance from the day of payment will be given a ticket hearing a number and a duplicate ticket will be put in a scaled lox A blind folded bojr will draw from the 1hx after it is thoroughly shaken five tickets in succession which will represent the prizes in the order alwive named The name of every holder of a number is m onjed in a liook of consecutive num lers immediately afreV the numlier as signed him The earlier you secure your number the In tter especially if you arc already behind in your suliscriptiou Â¬ Â¬ It is verv important in this age of vast material progress that a remedy be pleas ing to the taste and to the eye easily taken acceptable to the stomach and healthy in its nature and effects Possessing these qualities Syrup of Figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle diuretic Jt no wn so called bomwimff towns none have such a prospect for rapid and substantial growth as Spring City Tenn Its Iron and Coal advantages exceed all Of all the Sales of Piamrs Bail nf BBatand c Co Throsli their Asn Joint T DowersThe Milward Company of Islington Ky have recently sold the following par ties in Richmond and vicinity the popular Gerts piano Buh Mrs Sam Piagheimer Richmond Mrs M II Pigg Mrs G A Tankersley Mrs E J Shackelford Mr- - S E Field Mrs Tobe Hackett Mrs J J Hackett Mrs H K Shaw Mr Ford Station R S Elkin Mrs G A Ray Irvine Mrs P L Hume Mrs Judge Lilly Mrs R p Wagers Mr David Prvse and Mrs A F Powell of Irvine have presented their daughters with fine Haelton Bro pi For prices terms c Call on or ad Â¬ dress Jno T Bowers Richmond Ky who is representing this well known firm or The Milward Company Lev Ky Nine other instruments have been sold in Richmond and vicinity and Beattyville 69 Is your name Guest to head waiter Guest Tide r Waiter No sir Or t Not at all Waiter Timer Well it ouht to be one ot them wait on no man - llsnakrrrnief Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs Crooks Bennett IXasanasi 40- - ANI JAMS sssasBBl t of Briar too000 pounds Con i l Weal Market price Arnold Bro 1 M- l- Ir vou spit up phlegm and are troubled with a hacking cough use Dr J Leans Tar Wine Lun Balm 4O 5 py suffocations night coughs sad all the common affections of the throat and lungs quickly relieved by Dr J H McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm 40- - B 1 Croi eratl Ik you want to buv a Sulky Surrey or Carriage call on Donelsonfor be las the latest best and cheapest 45 Pu Casssaai - Ice cream soda water at Z T RICECOS ItMM 4v- - roaads nr Weal Ac Ve want 100000 pounds of ton A r nolo Bro Saturds GO TO PLOWING The Druggists 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ number of memers at Â¬ tended the annual meeting of the State Pharmaceutical Association held in this place last week Hon Curtis F Burn nam delivered the address of welcome at the court house where the meeting was held The usual business of the meeting was transacted and various subjects were presented by paors and commented up- Â¬ on The banquet at the Clyndon given by the home druggists was attended by about sixty home persons besides the thirty or forty visitors The bill of fare was more than tempting and Joe Mackey the guardian angel of the dining room clearly demonstrated that he knows pre- Â¬ cisely what ought to be done on iiuport easions A considerable Walker L ri dram Internal Revenue Deputy Collector bap just whined from a raid in Harlan county where he and c trovod seventy two leer Lis squad tultsaiida still and arrested twelve or fifteen shiners lie placet it at the head of his list of toogh revenue service ex Castensfer Bt rml peneneaa Big Money - I Statements of Ki htnnnds four hanks Brapnbliehed ii to daya Cintax The individual deposits amount to the enor mous sum of 63170983 The undivided profits reach 17hu The surplus fund 30000 The loans and discounts are Capital stock 80000 Resources 207 74SJS Â¬ Scmlat Kxrursiou Shaw x Howard of Ford the succcss ful excursionists will run a train from Rii hmond to Cincinnati Sunday and return Round trip SLM from all patent Captain Butler will lx in charge No in toxicating lrinks ample police force Leave Richmond at 7 in the morning aud retaning leave Cincinnati at mid- nijdit Hurt Foreman James Morrissey of Ohio and a colored man Win hurn were blown upa mile west of town on the R N I A B Saturday Tiie former is badly nsaag led alxmt the head and will le sent to the hospital in Cincinnati to day Ojrhurn is recovering The charge of dynamite failed to explode and they attempted to drill it out Latenia Races On Saturday nijdit May Hat and June 7th of Latonia races train No 4 leaving Cincinnati at S p m will run through to Winchester and Richmond This will give penone dcairing to remain for Saturday afternoon race a chance to return home for Sunday Round trip tickets will he sold at 480 good to return any time Â¬ Â¬ Mb Â¬ until Jun Family Afair Dr Andrew Hood of Clark county was a roemlier of the last Constitutional vention as we stated several weeks ago We now learn that his son Thomas Hxd formerly a resilient of this place of the late Maj S Turner and was also a icnibtl of the Convention but living at that time in another county Major Turner yi u will retail was the delegate from Madison A son-in-la- w That Funlett Blanks Kiffbt is again in jail He was bailed out by Mi Joel Kmhry of Madison hut instead of requiting his lnmefactor he ran off with his cook and left nobody prepare Mr Emorys meals That gentleman didnt like that way of doing 1ms iiic he got hold of the darkVy he turned Jiim over to the jailer nks it will be rememlered shot an i riegro named Lige Maret Â¬ The We 34J cents 10 Taxes Kedneed reconvened on and fixed the county levy at nil ky Centr i pnrp lw tax onh RNI TheLegiaV to ix from 47 County levy and that should any in eome tirsded Schools Rirhmoul JTv The little city of Somerset Ky started Dear M pam Your letter of inquiry a graded school three years ago with an is willingly answered 8000 building or rather the city bought George J Behweinfnrtli is a short man the old college building and converted it of slight huild cunning expression au into a graded school building at about burn beard reddish brown hair watery that cost and la dan they are building blue eyes hut does not look in the least two SlllOOO graded school building The bit ChriaVuke This everybody says ex school is so popular that the man who He is also guilty of would propose to go back to the old dis- Â¬ cept the angels wearing store clothes without having the trict school would be hooted out of the creases pressed eat of the legs of his city BareotfrriSi Ketn pants Barbimrville also is to have a graded Mrs Pi I nun founded the sect of Beck school then Richmond manitos and Shweinfurti became a disElliott Institute IoiuuiciiciiniMit ciple The two traveled nboaJ together The annual commencement of Elliott and when the woman died she couldnt be resurrected although kept out of the Institute at Kirksville in Madison coun ground a week or so and nr mantle fell ty will take place in the Christian church that place on next Thursday June 5th on the man of the Christian of the B ekmanites was Rev W J Keiulrick The stronghold at Byron fifteen miles from Rockford church Winchester will deliver the ad The Instittie maReputahle eitiens tried in vain for dross to the graduates months so closely were the windows and triculated one hundred pupils the present doom barred to get a look into a house session Everybody cordially invited to lie present at the exercises when1 the Bceknmnitos hld their religious orgies They finally luicceeded and PERSONAL all of the followers both nexes were Jer round Mrs Ceorge Myers is visiting in Lex fectly nude anddaricingrcund and ington the room A convert named Weldoi deeded a fine Mrs Judge Riddell of Irvine was here farm to Nhweinfiirth near Rockford and yesterday the latter fitted up the mansion elegantly Rev T P Dudley Jr is sojourning at awares wherein to entertain his ar gels Columbus O people are unkind enough to say Mrs C C Wallace is visiting relatives Schweinfurth has deeded the farm back in Lexington to Weldon for the lawyem say so long Mrs J R Burnam is visiting relatives as be does not accept anything the law in Winchester cannot interfere with him A gmnd daughter of Weldon died anil MrW C Fitzpatrick is visiting relatives Schweinfurth was Ksoughi to raise her in Shelby couuty from the dead but he instead preached Mr Charlie McClintock spent Sunday her funeral saying it was not GodTnarffl with friends in Richmond for him to perform a miracle in thi Prof J T Cobb of Harriman Tenn The sermon was printed thereby exhib- will sjiend the summer in Richmond iting downright credulity on the follow Mrs Will Hisle continue dangerously ers part How anybody can be so imposed upon 1 cannot understand save it ill of fever at her home near Silver Creek Mr T H Arnold is at Kirksville recube that none are so blind is those who perating from a three weeks spell of fever refuse to see A prophet is truly without honor inhis Mr June Walker has returned after an own country for Rockford docs not honor absence of several weeks in the south- Â¬ He in turn calls us a west Shweinfurth 2t000 peopleand wicked little town Mrs Lucy A Jones of Paris visited prophecies our downfall after the fashion her nephew Mr M G Brown this place of Sodom and that in the near future last week He has made only one convert in RockMrs Dudley Berry of Burlington Kan- ford and she is a woman whose actions Mrs visiting her mother-iu-laare a little queer to say th least Her John Berry near Union City husband bore with her era ikinese until Mr J F Hobson of Paducah formerly BoM was a mem she weut to heaven student of C U returned to his home ler of the Presbyterian church and with He gix to California to spend vacation several angels went one night t the days church and attempted to speak but a Miss Belle Moberley of Chicago Ills good Scotch Deacon unceremoniously fired the entire party into the street is visiting her cousins Col and Mrs T S Tie woman was also dismissed from the Moberley and will remain until after the church Chicago furnishes a good many commencements Dr C W Hardin of Georgetown was angels and therefore has it good many c Truly here this week in the interest of the Ken fragmentary families Una tuckv Mutual Benefit Societv of which he is Banana agent Mrs I A Ward of Kansits City Mo Mr C U Pattie is attending the Conis visiting her friend Mrs L EL Francis vention at Louisville He was accom and will remain some time Mrs Ward jaiiied by hw daughter Miss Mary who n attending the Asstmbly of the will visit friends in Louisville this week Cumberland Branch of the Presbyterian Jack Miller A K Dotv J P Herndon Church which has just clos d at Union R W Miller W R Shackelford TJ By rcj City Tennessee Smith Jr B W Turner D M Bright ed liefore that assembly t Einbry J R Burnam John hat Christ in His Second Ad- Â¬ J P W T Tevis J S Walker T done for her and to show how D Harris vent had S Bronston T I Chenault P M Pope the scriptures are now being fulfilled by Rock- Â¬ J J Embry and others have gone to the Rev George J Schweinfurh of ford Illinois the Messiah the Christ of State Convention Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ others while its healthfulness beautiful WfMrrn Sjortman and level topography its pure mountain Texas parties bought last week of Fish- air its clear mountain streams er Handy Lowery Hawkins and Jewell its neighboring summer re ee Patterson of Wilmore and S T Kiley sarteanha found nowhere else Go to of Troy one stallion seventeen mares the sale of town lots Junet 4 a and eet and lillies for rollOO Thestallioii Plack a great bargain in building lotsoi a future great city Excursion rates on all roads Time four years old by Ilamhtctonian Maiubrino 540 1st dam ba ss by Matn Situated on the Cincinnati Southern sand V miles north of Chattanooga brino Time 168B the property of Jewell A Patterson brought 12000 YenaiUt tiojra Hflisgrapny Sun The seventeenth volume of Aldens The horse first came from North Africa Manifold Cyclopedia extends from Gogo and was used in the service of man at a town and seaport of British India to least years ago The examination of Heiography a description of the sea and ancient sculptures has led some antiquacompares favorably with it predecessors rians to the highly improbable conclusion in its skillful editing handy form excel- Â¬ thatdhe horse was long used to draw ve- lent typography and binding and its re hicles before any one ventured to mount markable economy in cost This great on his back We cannot imagine that popular Cyclopedia it i ABOUT lUlhKOADS now definitely generations of men who soda on asues After two months the track of the K would continue to walk by the side of an promised will be completed in 40 volumes near Ford covered by a landslide has animal so Bench better tit to carry them and they are promised hereafter at the j peed of at least one volume a month been restored and which they had made docile enough which is very rapid lor good work While oT new track have Thirty seven miles to draw all sorts of highttnl thinrs at its in magnitude the Cvclopedia compares leoii laid in Kentucky this year and work tail It is far more probable that the cloely with Appletons or Johnsons an J on tin a- nan rail- earlv sculptors fonad it iik easy to rep Â¬ is cotisiderably larger than the latest ediroads in the State since January 1st resent the horse drawing naanenhing be tion of Chamberss it is vastly more comThe Kentucky Central has put on four hind him than to place a stone ruler prehensive than either of them Besides handsome new passenger coaches and Kracefully on his back Hmm- Jhnrnai covering the usual ground of a universal will do up the summer travel in grand Ban Letcher1 Mr P B Millions phe Ccopedia it concludes also an Lna style All in all it is one of the smoothÂ¬ nomenal racer won the Latonis Derby on bridged Dictionary of the English Ian est and safe t roads fan the United States flat u t day U miles in 245 Gorrigana guage every important word to be found Bourbon Arm liiley second Itegibbens Avotnlale in Websters or Worcesters and not a Pill few besides which have grown into the The decade that opened January 1 third Tlie stake was worth IMA Letcher won second money at the Imis language since their litest revision ConlSnl is likely to prove the most wonderful in the history of the world lor railroad ville Derby ainountinjrto r00 and third sidering this comprehensiveness and its building The first four months of the money in the lark stake at lliliaghai editorial and mechanical excellence its The lanonhl track price is hardly less than marvelous 75 vear show 944 new roads begun in the amounting to SltV He would have cents a volume for cloth binding United States alone with 1100 miles of was in bad condition 00 for won the Ixmisvillc Derby had the track half morocco new track already laid Trade JoumaL A specimen volume may not lieen too heavy Hill Letcher was be ordered and returned if not wanted It is announced that the Pennsylvania named for Mr W K Letcher one of Mr John B Alden Publisher New York R R officials have deitei mined to double it track the Pittsburg Fort Wayne and Millions greatest friends He was three Chicago or Atlanta Chicago Railroad the entire distance from years old May Pith is by LsngfeOow Ladies Christian Aid Society of The Pittsburg to Chicago The work is to be and out of Ida Lewis by Imjiorted Brig- Kirksville will give a Strawberry Supper adier she out of Henrietta of the West commenced at an early day and complet on Thursday evening June 5th Everyed by the time fixed for the opening of by Harry of the West He was bought body invited 50 51 at Brace and Kiddn Lexinjrton sale May the worlds fair in Chica ir 450 and is one of Longfellows When you come to the sale ni town B R ft vs The suit of the R N I most remarkable colts When a ked what lots at Spring City Tenn June 3 4 5 John Miner for the condemnation ol additional value the Latonia success had yon will lie comfortably housed you can four acres and a fraction for right of way added to the horse Mr Million said visit the delightfully cool summer resort purposes ban been compromised by the money simply wont buy him I saw Rhea Springs two miles distant you can payment of 13000 to the defendant The plainly the day I bought the horse that tfo to see the wonderful falls of Piney H si commissioners appointed by the court he would make a great runner feet high or take a mountain ride on placed a valuation of 1200 on the land The following quoted by the Ijineet special Central Tennessee Railroad cars to 4084 for damages XirlfJdtrillr and Hut alxive and le Tin if from the Dublin Fanners Ganette the coal fields aliove Journal is valuable to every one who owns a yond everything else you can invest in a Representative McCreary introduced a horse The foal is Imrn with twelve beautiful lot and all of them in Spring bill looking to the building of a line of Tinders When four front teeth have City are beautiful in a town destined to railway which will connect the United made their appearance the foal i twelve be the iron center and distributing point States with the South American coun- days old and when the next four assert for coking coal in the South Excursion tries This i a question to which he has themselves its BgS will be about twenty rates on all trains given considerable study having served ligbl days The corner teeth make their An Alpena Mich justice swore himsi long on the Foreign Affairs Committee appearance when the foal is eight months and through that connection having bad old and these latter attain the height of self as a witness in a case which was occasion to come in contact with leading the trout teeth at the age of a year The pending before him as judge He wanted persons from nearly all the countries of two year olds have the kerne -- the dark to serve as juryman also but the defense objected the Western Hemisphere substance in the middle of the tooths The project for a railroad to Alaska in crown ground out ol all the front teeth UnrSKKNNkSS Llltl OK H ADIT In all the Wsrld there is bnt One Cure about to take definite shape Applica- In the third year the middle front of teeth Dr Haines tiolden Specific tion will be made to Parliament at the are shifted and when three years old It can of tea or coffee next session for the passing of an act in thee are sulitituted by the tiermanent without lie isiven in a cupthe neraon taking the knowledge of the Vancouver Northern and or lsirse teeth which are larger and It effecting a speedy and permanent cure oorponwing la a moderate ilrinker or whether the Alaska Railway and Navigation Company more yellow than their predecessors an alcoholic patient Thousands of ilrunknnls wreck have lawn cured who have taken the CjolJeu Â¬ with power to huild a railway from Van- The next teeth are shifted in tlie fourth Specific In their coffee without their knowl- Â¬ couver or some other is int on Bui rard year and the corner teeth in tar fifth edge and to day think they quit drinking nf own freewill No harmful eflei t re Inlet on the Iwnks of the Frazer river giving place to the iiemranent nippers their auliafroin tlsadminlatration lures anaran teel iSeuil for rlrcnlar anil full panic lurs by way of Seymour Creek Valley Pem At tive years of aje a horse lus krty Alilreas in confidence Uoldrn Specitic 16 17 betton meadows ChiU oten plains and teeth of which twenty four are grinders 185 Race St Cllicinnali O the headwaters ot the trazer river to a far back in the jaw with which we have You look worried- Yes replied Charpaint on the Parsnip or Peace river with little to do But be it remembered lie Cashgo Do you find that you cant branches in a northcastlv direction to the horses invariably have tushes which g t out of debt Well that isnt the - very rarely do skecna and Stiken riven to the bound Before the age of trouble exactly My tailor has assured arv of Alaska six is arrived at the tush is full grown me that I cant get in any farther TThe Nicholasville Journal describes the and has a slight groove on its internal wooLThe surface which generally disapjieara with accident at Marble creek an follows We want 100000 pounds of wool for Iron bridge over Marble Crock on the R age the tusk itself becoming more round we will pay the highest market B railroad tl6 feet high and half and blunt and at six the kernal or mark which NI Covington Arnold ft Bro completed wl ich last week was one of i worn out of the middle bead teeth price 45 the finest and most attractive pieces of There will still be a difference of color in Although seventy four years of age the center of the tooth The tushes have bridge work in the State is to day rowful wreck result of carelessness and now attained their full growth being Mrs N C Sangerof Watcrtown Mass love of amusement of two young men and nearly or quite an inch in length convex a sister of General Banks is quite ill with ladies and possibly negligence on the without concave within tending to a mumps and the extremity somewhat part of the watchman or the persons point In cases of Fever and Ague the blood whose business it is to look after the curved Now or perhaps some months is as effectually though not so dangerousiv Last Sundav before the home may be said to have a poisoned by the efflnvium of the atmosnrotKTtv of the railroad evening about b ooclocka party of young perfect mouth At seven years the mark phere as it could be by the deadliest poison people in some manner got hold of tlie as described is very nearly worn out of Dr J H McLeans Chills and Fever Cure car used by the bridgemen to truck iron the four center nippers and fast wearing will eradicate this poison from the system on while the watchmen were at supper away in the corner teeth aspeeasfly in Filty cents a bottle and started it coasting down a heavy niareH but the black mark still remains Buy your Clothing from grade at such rate of speed that it was in the center of the toot and in not com- Â¬ 4S- VORIES ScHOOLriCLDft Co fiilled up until the animal is eight able to stop and finding that they pletely Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ local and travelling sales- Â¬ Apply for Lubricating Oils terms to The Dieteriths Oil Co Respectluly land Ohio The Dieterichs Oil Co SI- men to sell Two Ysnng Clrrks Whs Was Waarran The wet weather is over and the ground will be dry enough to plow by the middle of next week In the mean time drop in and buv your collars hames trace chains back bands plow lines jcc GEORGE W PICKELS 4- bcho Madison Tin 1 A neon voW CrMSTON folio iimm is the Louisiana State Lattery Henry Hudson and Harry Knotts two young clerks in C D Kennys tea store 500 N Gay Street a couple of wees drew tooo in the Louisiana State Lottery and have already received the money The sent one dollar and got one twentieth hich won 300000 of ticket No 813 which they received I15000 the one twentieth part Baltimore Md News March it Kentuck in to have birthdayparties when they reach the age of twelve years but they always quit when they get to be twent3 three - Dont Goods 40- fail to see our Bordered Apron An A - CanOKK BENNETT Frfoj ently accidenis occur in the Be it rm household which cause burns cuts sprains of Ms and bruises for isc in such cases Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment has RichmosK for many years been the constant favorite Madison Dl family remo be al HV and em school d Cotton I id and silk hose far Ladies and Misses I 4- - Crooke Bennett 3 Crwst in i e ssbb AdTiee Mrs WnrsLows rraiso mrr issalit irwa j s aaassai aaaa - sesssxvsssaa ItTS mr N Colnrailo Cities ami Places ttailBSnl It ah saat to taste It ssavaSarsaUpsia t Â¬ Â¬ 1 Tlvs is the title of a pamphlet iust issu 1 ti Twcatf nr cuts a booe ed by the passenger department of the Chicago Rock Island V Pacific Railway You will halvinIt comprises ts sasjesef valuable informag tion relating to some of the principal cities Ei S it removes the film aad IVantifid and resorts of Colorado with scum mlc1 accumulates on the eye balls Illustrations of different scenic views and localities engraved from original photo- - subdues Inflammation cools and soothes graphs and which have never before ap- - the irritated ner 40 In the faiir- peared in any work of this kind last supplementary rngea a carefully two KKF revised list is given o the leading hotels produce dsorderet restaurants etc in the cities and places wnich row and ar described with the names ol their pro- - neglcct j H McI htneii uc Cordia anJ BocJ prteiors tnc rates par ua or v iu tonic character ot accommodations provided properties cures ir digestion an Copies wdi be mailed free to applicants in tj Jhe stornach ft per bottle 40 5J any part of the world on receipt ot lour en s Misses and Child Adiinss John cents each for postage per at Sebastian Gcnl Tkt ft Pass Agt 4S- Van 1 si Cat P Ry Chicago 111 RI it aii ha cu Ir C Â¬ In view of the coming execution of criminals by electricity do vou think it is possible to make a non conductor of the hu man body I I know of one method What is it Mike a brakeman of the man Wsel Wanted jooOoo pounds by Covington Arnold Bro 45- - Â¬ Â¬ Laee Curtains Our Lace Curtain stock is complete Csooke Bennett Irmnton secun- Collars and Chains have an excellent lot of collars collar pads hames chains back bands and other things for plowing GEORGE W PICKELS 42- I r the but it shall appoint the moud j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Papa which way does the Small Boy A seavtifcl line of Flannel Shirts at Papa who is alwavs Chicago River run done thin t glad to slake the yonthful thirst for know I all prices a- sal VORIES SCHOOLFIELD ft Co edge ult doesnt run at all my child It hardly walk is so thick it can When you are constipated with fc Try Z T Rice Cos Ice cream appetite headache take one of Dr McLeans Little Li er and Kidney soda 4Tbcv are pleasant to take and will e Miss Sharp Ob how do you do Mr you 40- 25 cents a vial Sissy You are not looking very well No Miss Shawpe Ive a cold Mr Sissy Donblson has a quantity ot new Miss Sharpe kies Surries and Buggies of the nc or something in my head I think it must be a cold calmly and most popular patterns and at Covington Arnold Bro want reasonable figures 45- A nobby line of Straw Hats at 100000 pounds of wool VtlRIES SCHOOLFIELDCO M Pedrous a French physician who 4S claims to be able to see the color of sound Old people sutler much from says that voices are red blue black tan of the urinary organs and are al and slate color gratified at the wonderful effects of D irot s- Ir your kidneys are inactive vou will feel and look wretched even in the most cheerful society and melancholy on the Dr J H McLeans jolliest occasions Liver and Kidney Balm will set you right again One Dollar per bottle ft j II McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm banishing their trouble One Dollar p bottle 40 5 Look at our Men Woaaen aad C drens Shoes 4S- Vorifs ScMOOLrikLD ft f 11 - Â¬ The wedding drsss of Miss Thetsa Fair who married Mr Herman Olerich in San Francisco Cal recently cost tlie munificent sum of 10000 Kid UUves Â¬ Cashaere We have the novelty of the seas cashmere ombres CaooKB Bbnnrtt ft Urmst 40- - Best make of Ladies and Misses Kid Gloves ever in to rn Every pair guaranC books Bennett ft Crmston teed Â¬ Ice cbbam furnished in quantity families and parties at greatly reef Z T RICE ft C rates 45- - 4- States will appreciate Ganters magic McLeans Little Liver Kidney chicken cholera cure Warranted by cents a rial Stockton ft Brooks Richmond Ky tt Foa sick headache female trout neuralgic pains in the head take Dr The great Labor party of the United Pi llrti 1 Bcrnam ft ttnina are agents class insurance companies 33-- 3- for first NEW ADVERTISEMEMTS Try them LIST OF LETTERS 4-- money sufficient to pay said in- - I were going OTt r the trestle the young years old As he gets on ptst seven the Ice Cream Hoda Blue Lick Saratoga men jumped off leaving the young ladies bridle in to wear away At eight at DINELL1S 49 5i on the ear but the latter had presence of the fcenal has entirely disappeared from Wall Papers mind enough to leap off just as tlie car al tie lower nippers It is said to be Largest and cheapest line of Wall Pa rk of mouth There are indi recached the trestle thus wed over ti owever after thus age which pers in town lives TI 40- - CaooKB Bennett ft Urmstos lo a very shrewd oliser it reached ti in power glory The Term the jTeatest Iron Sprii of the crowning promise of in the world Go to braces and net v y closely at a horses age but ft Five cents will buy a alass of Blue 7 w iich was not t can be relied upon by obaerv- - Lick or Saratoga ice cold tlie first sale of lots June 3 4 5 Excur- Â¬ ipture which includes all others od with sion rates bold the Taben Cietr Soda at i- - Â¬ Remaining unclaimed in the PlaaWS Out in Iowa the other day a girl of only at Richmond Ky week ending T fourteen attempted suicide because she 1S90 Azbill Randa Jackson Fanm had been crossed in love Barnes Sarah Mrs Johnson Mary i Barker W Z Jones Spencer Trunks Valises and Imbrellas at Barnes Eiias Jacob VORIES SCHOOLriKLD ft Cos 48- fudki is O H Col Brown John Karanaugh Mack Burnett Our Ice Cream machinery is run by a Califres Paul Mike Lenthccum Harry is frozen very steam engine and the cream Donald James 2 Lewis JeAersoa hard Families supplied in any quantity Edwards Emma fa Miller Annie Panes fUM Edwards Nancy S DINELLI at the lowest rates Robii Francis Ajjaandv 2Guiemnon Warner Cool your thirst with ice cold Mineral Green Mariah Mrs Water at DINELLIS Every kind kept Gore Bcttie Mrs Harden R W on ice day and night 495 Hatcher Meoet Henderson Iev Fat sh bread always on hand Hester Edward 45ZTRICE ft CO t Mis 6a 49-5- M Highest market price for 100000 A ltroit nnfl I I fcooon y the 1 -- ki uie lDe TO- su - -- - ier the r i I i ilDriortD raE w nrrr J A OW PBOfllRTirT IToftheexen atur - f sri EE 1 - V V t HH untI H 9- iKAtjlU COMEDY - Cin fl-- l-t cinnt is Jh t a So Tom Burton and I were engaged and I began to make my dresses and WlTTTME y Aj w get everything ready for the most im fiuime portant event of my life I was coming home through the woods one rather dark night when I M TTOICfEYS A tost my way Suddenly I stumbled -tO er something and putting out my BUKNAM hands touched what seemed to me to ATTOiErS-AT-LAibe n dead body I gave a shriek with- Kentucky v nat U 4Uxiii- - ui luc unuger eome assassin should be Hnc eHiur Building rtrnf rurnuinl J A 1 m 4Hn 77 went to keep house for tn lR Rrii- 1G and being off in ft lonely place with r frood lookin young farmer for a ne ibor it was natural that I bhouid fall in love ar when I was OH with him Ierthe Â¬ jrTl I r Pal E BRANCH x- - I Put mv hands un in mv mmit mA I w pi auu somy out i naa not gone ri inl far when 1 of a AT1oiSEr AT LAW of approachingaw tlie light mens lantern and heard voices KtNTW My horror was very great and the first thought was to get out of the - Kir t snvetnume as formcrt way as soon as possible juiy Miiler Star To run -- u Uiart etc seemed impossible but I had climbed blil tm ten varii ties In trees before and the one nearest me d and select id the was not a tall one and the branches A r that had the amall- - wereeloseto my head Up I went and ntable tubere happily tucked my skirts about my I kill w re put into sacks fet 1 before the light of lantern labeled when all were upon the grass beneath the and I fell it -siw ollar where they were two men bending the 4Plpt spring While we white thing that over so horrible had terrified etKm to Plant these a di- - me Jo arose The potatoee Now I wonder said one of Us wore larger on uu uiuH irom we least themherewhether it will be safe to leave all nightim a It would be expected him I almost tumbled out of the tree aa Id yield more I heard the voice for if it was not w gtmer- - Tom 1 Bortons my ears deceived mc more tyMV ate the next moment somebody Mow could and l - iii -- -- -- of my pocket knife and lifted and loosened the tobacco and then when the pipe was clear I jabbed the point of tho knife blade be neath the edge of a section of the rough bark near my seat I had given a strong vigorous stab and was try- Â¬ ing to lift a piece of the bark when HeaTen and earth The log on which we sat started as though lifted by the shock of an earthquake and in a moment more it took a sudden con- Â¬ vulsive scoot endwise for the water Whew You can fancy whether we got up and got or not Sam Sabine struck a bee line for the first knoll and I was close upon his heels But we neednt have been frightened The alligator was as skeery as we were and as eager to find a place of safety You see that jab of my knife had waked him out of a sound sleep and I doubt If he ever knew what hurt him Wc reached the little hillock and turned just in time to see the alligator plunge into tho creek and as we wend- Â¬ ed our way back to the house you may believe that we made up our minds the pair of us tlJLR the next time wc took a seat on the shore of a Cass county creek wed ho kind o careful that wo werent deceived by a sleeping Â¬ I opened a blade PIS1 ALLPRECEDENT Over Two Millions Distributed MIS Yes Â¬ AHEAD WITH CL0T1GI M Is BEITS I -DEALERS IN 1 Shoes -- Bats C Louisiana State Lottfry Company i Incorporated by the Legislature for Ed- Â¬ ucational and Charitable purposes and its franchite made a part of the present State Constitution in 1S79 by an overwhelming ropiilar vote Its Grand Extraordinary Drawings take place Semi Annually June and Decern- lierjand its Grand Single Number Draw- ings take place in each of the other ten months of the year and are all drawn in public at the Academy of Music New Orleans La We do hereby certify that we supervise the arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi Annual Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Companv and in pcr ton manage and control the Drawings themselves and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness and in good faith trm Ard all nartipfi and authorize ihe Company to use this certificate with facsimiles of our signatures attached in its advertisements were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all ANI GOODS WITH NBWB and Lowest Prices Better Goods Largest Variety EVER FUBHSI -- ro QQBS the SummerSeason 1 DEPARTMENT IS FILLED WITH BRIGHT NEW GOODS It is with extreme gratification that we n 0f our lark a ff 1 H alligator CATARACT Dangerous Diseases of the Eye The crystalline lens of tho eye is situated just behind the pupil and lies between two fluids the aqueous in front and the vitreous behind It object is to focus the rays of light which pass through the pupil upon the retina lehind where the act upon the terminal ends of the optic nerve and thus give vision This lens seems to cet its sustenance from the fluids in which It is immersed and when disÂ¬ ease of its structure occurs it prob Â¬ ably arises from some lack of proper nutrition from these sources Perfect transparency of the lens is essential to good vision When any portion of it becomes opaque the en- Â¬ trance of light is obstructed or it passes through in an irregular man- Â¬ ner atid loss of virion more or less complete results This condition of opaqueness constitutes what i known as a cataract It may affect only a portion of the lens or the whole may be so dense a to prevent the percep-Â¬ tion of any object though it can never of Itself be so complete as to shut off One of the Moat Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better goods at LOWER prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the justice of inspecting our new Spring stock No matter how high the plane of your desires WE CAN SUIT YOU For square dealing best goods biggest assortment and have fU tional Bank A Baldwin National Bank Bank Commissioners Latest Styles REMEMBER COME Gentle and SEE US TOD COME M OX Ladies9 Oft BUT In all sty brought to ever knon We rccoinn trade Our line of Shoes were to the I scured woulc e due the seed an i tot to the size of ttJe seed ring plan waladopt- 1 p two sacks of efech va sSL st and tl poorest ieJj Bd out the lanr st from oyoa these to pi I these two potato j were of But whethei they were A ittee yo that whater that altiestdiffer- - answered V causa o a rule gCT the tuber of a gven ariety l ger will be tnc rumocr oi its cuttfcj did not nnDlantcd J M picked IOYNTZ A AXDSO tha same I he single eyes of ort row by i one best j Star and I smallest - Ajrt J W EVANS uug uacn tne same nfit lo H Tear and as repoat- r Dotatooa MD unable to taereforo PH SICAX AXDSV year when f selections Rkhvjsh ac testing lagan E- - Seiusults of rs from 1 1 1 J Xi UI Practitiosrr SMITH in Medii t Is sfjl more yielded most Btrik- - Rkhmm - s 2 Sirens ky STOCK OF vli PEl fMlbu i 1 1 M IK Konce would have smallest tubers hill was more t tu tiers rrom may fairly vr iold of the best ith that of the about sixteen vucn SfClAJk AX M to pay for GSi ALS IONS urs by an 1ST and the mi IT i Si ert IM T fi Ojvesenfrom Burglars are active in Brooklyn at the present time 6ays the New York Morning Journal They are also very Evidently they have but slight bold respect for tho police force The Heights and the Hills are equally at i the mercy of these knights of the jim- Â¬ my and skeleton key Mrs Mary Gahrt who occupies tho second floor of No C81 Wythe avenue found a bold burglar in her room the other night lie had used false keys The lady had been visiting her daugh- Â¬ ter on the opposite side of the street for half an hour She locked her door when she went out but found it open on her return The burgiar was intently at work amon the contents of a bureau drawer He had a quantity of othing in a heap on the floor ready for removal He maue a rush for Mrs Gahrt when she entered and as she seized his arm he threatened to kill her This caused the frightened lady to He then darted out let go of the man and in his haste tumbled downstairs In an instant he regained his feet and Mrs Gahrt purmade for the street 1 sued and once had a grip on the bur Â¬ glars coat tails He broke away again and she followed shouting Police at the top of her lungs Two citizens tried to head aujfioirv o -nenv in STORY the burglar off but he evaded them ABXERS v r ODeFThere was a lively chase along Rodney d at a ULLSbtn street to Kent avenue Then Police- Â¬ Hid were all seated around the open man Sullivan joined in the chase The T bill t t niiht tllinnr stories about burglar threw away a gold watch chain iuir- ciiojie s t lie Some of the bovs had and secreted himself in an out house n niiev Rtaii ean onder i ai through wonderfdl eaasrissiesa in There he surrendered to Roundsman - let eui vth the had tan oj j j fh of course they came out as OConnell The false keys were found 1 iroijj cent rt eie lat heroes I am inclined to think on him and the next day he was held or cm ono V- This jt wat interest ucii ne njit some oi tneui atu not suck wnouy for trial v m anl it aniiiiallct oi one nereis uul mey wecu uiwresuig u e Cold r ie meantime nnnu Eat all cold food rood jr 4 Digestion slowly who Jias 100000 sible adventure with a black in boa can take it to b nd Io11 Young with a ridicu- - will not begin till the temperature of i the m of care for anl lave l ftMJUt n CsnjB P the food has been raised by the heatthe reoeir v ci stomach to 08 decrees Hence CertificM in silviliaJ told the bicrest whooocr of the f Hbkh he Jhus far when Uncle Abner Smith more heat that can be imparted to it nl bout by slow mastication the J lU Abner said he would tell precipitation of a larjre better The transact quantity of JToiouioed iH neficia mo otle thing that happened while he cold food into the stomach by fast rat titUtional m II baiKooo wort mPectinP through a cotton re-- ing may and often does cause dis- Â¬ ura j an i in pn lect 77 comfort and indigestion and every ocoet m B casion of this kind results in a meas i t of the WlJ I-r- of the injury to the digestive func-Â¬ cretaj many stories one hears nowadays ureable that Huitas true In the summer of 46 I tions Ice water drunk with cold food buildup be ere Z7 Hot of course increases the mischief Ux nystopiiiiig with my old friend Sa 7 iwie up fmij hot water weak tea coffee n au wJfat f is robber I had drinks in Cass county Texas and will on the contrary chocolate et r cen f tlieir sort o WjoJ value up 10 down there with some thought of help to- prevent it But eat slowly ingto pajing a plantation if I found things anyway er t iJnuay and afeo to all lit Mv friends home plantation -- o on befor I gasped Seen ont before No thats it you see said John It looks cruel before youre used to fecn bushels ixt it Hut when youve done it as often as 1 have you take it easy you sec tho seventh b th t wen ty f our Dont we Mr Burton von and tho tenth Yes said Tom If you want to buy a new va-Then yon killed others I gasped Certainly said Tom iiay some one else for Its part i that Von might and I suppose you of a farmers duty vnare taken jou v kno v that chicken- - and pijrs and beef You neednt cnttle have to be killed HE TVTSE 3HUPTER treat me as if I was a monster Its a iavpt Tier Husband queer thing to do Tlartf Earacl Dollars Its the experience sir said John LXadvico for shoppers Is Ive knowed ladies the same when 1K IIousc- Hath bone in Good Fhysicirt tiino U the old saw they first saw a hog killed -- Oh Tom said I A hog dear ui vi fci if mil o Tom was it only a hog V r re ol th osclvcs Why what did you think it was vhen one Is passing by asked Tom im hop windows and counters of kitty I did not tell him then and I was ks If we boucht only the so ill next day that they thought I A ally wanted how many mere would die and I suppose ho always n rt iler fTlt vcved that the fever and delirium when he found me up the And somn thinra is floor u a iu KH uritv oenainiv ooiter Keep to vour- ji We y Irivte tize We have h n WaS ne hat t i lad of k K ed twrntv vears now hut I hnve overnmeii r Itk UlJ Jver told TcTn all I had felt in that mhie owie Z Je linJ i i ii iiii-- wnnrna tvm niiT i nrmn never inuurn J iBiii u rif uvruBu fj1 e Wrforget it vuiii t om thac tlian twenty u on argument --- xjiatoos irom inn is very 8llght uralk along each lire i over his shoulder ri kingly productive Vlso to pather onlv tkve produced a large S M I Li jgood siz and uni few small ones MlMVi had better bo where they will Trill say there Is trouble because m oae variety rtrn out we can buy rones Yea but can you afford to a variety run out oi yout hands ppose yoa secure a variety that suits jaaUS form sad season and Is roductivjplt loses in productiveness ids per aero each year for t n year the- C y ar yon grow the seed added potatoes win nl from year to E not dug by WliriUed trouble re-I n HrsniA iv llli Oh no Mr Burton Thered be sure to be some one along If you want him safe youd better not leave him here It was the hired man John who spoke Can we manage him alone said Tom Yes though pretty heavy answered John You take his legs and Ill take his head and well take him to the barn and cut him up Thats safer I thought i would die ns I listened I wondered if I were awake My Tom a murderer and talking of it so coolly to his hired man Oh it was an awful nightmare But alas I did not wake up and I felt as though I was watching a real scene of horror Was it not tragic 1 who loved that entirely the sensation of liht Cataract maybe congenital or it may man so to be a witness to the fact adult life that he was a bloodthirsty monster come on in youth orofin cases occur If he were to be tried for murder I but by far the majority in persons over fifty years of age in should be tried called upon to be a witness against him I Oh well I whom it takes the namr- of senile cataract Generally there it found some hated him now but it was horrible I uttered a loud shriek of em harassment in the ue of the eyes horrible agony and this time would really have for a longer or shorter period before fallen out of the tree but that my dress the opacity is visible to the eye The cloudiness usually has a definite was tangled in the branches and upit that held me Yes I shrieked and these starting point and from whole place is may progress until the lens men heard me and laid down heir inyolv d or it may be arrested sponburden and came back taneous y in any part of its couro Some one is up this tree said Such c cs of nrrcst have given rise to John the belief that certain nostrums will Yes it6 a woman said Tom Bur- Â¬ prevent the formation of cataract or Who are you ton will remove it I did nit answer In reality no mans are known of I sny who are you said Tom staying or preventing it The only Burton hauling me down hope lies in removing the mechanical I had no power to sjoak but They put me mj gently obstruction by surgical methods follows shriekfd The form of cataract which on the grass and John held his lantern an hijury is explained by the fact that to my fare the capsule which surrounds the lens -- Why shouted Tom is rvptured and a portion of the fluid its Kitty Why you poor little soul Burton onters the lens and produces a sodden how did you come here condition at one point from which the I screamed again disintegration may continue If any man has frightened you Ill There seems to be a predisposition be the death of him said Tom to the formation of cataract in some Speak out What is the matter people for in elderly persons when I shrieked again One eye has become affected the other Shes out of her mind Miss Kitty is very likely to pass through the same is Mr Burton said John experience If you dont speak I shall have a hlle it is best in order to get the I think fit of some sort said Tom most satisfactory result to delay the I say Kitty Kity Ok good Lord operation until the cataract is ripe what has happened to her that period being the time when it is He tri d to kiss me most easily removed one should never Then I found voice wait until the sight is entirely lost for touch Be I screamed Oh there is danger that the process may Iont 1 sh uld have been go so far as to render any operation to think that brought here by providence to witness entirely fruitless such a scene What scene asked Tom CAUGHT BY COAT TAILS I guess she means the killing I reckon she never seen An Knerjrrtlo Woman After a Tirookljm said John We the undersigned Banks and Bankers will pay all Prizes drawn in The Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at xir counters R M Walmsley President Louisiana National Bank Pierre Lanaux President State Na President New Orleans President Union National lift Just as Welcome as Â¬ COVINGTON W WHETHER 10 LOOK Carl Kohn 5tiT W MITCHELL tiii Strotn Near Hotel Ci 1 Ladies 33 Shoes in all Styles MaiJe especially for us by Fl6IEl B anU demands of the people lor a rant vnlon S2 and S250 LADIES We ha st le and i SHOE We pr rl MAMMOTH DRAWING At the Academy of Music New Orleans line whit bs Tuesday Jane p 1 17 Oft 1890 VVVl ninn 1 1 A iOOjOOo A WW nrmr l uir ters f 10 Tickets at 40 Halves 20 Quar Eighths 5 Twentieths 2 Fortieths 1 i a stock of Mens Boys Shoes Our Spring Styles Are Now Heady an 3 from to jet an j call before he y ofl ed LIST OF PRIZES Prize of I Prize of 1 Prize of 1 Prize of 2 Prizes of 5 Prizes of 10 Prizes of 25 Prizes of 100 Prizes of 200 Prizes of 500 Prizes of I 100 100 - Â¬ 600000 is 200000 is 100000 is 50oK is 20000 are 10000 are 5000 are 2000 are 8ooare 6ooarc 400 arc PRIZES 600000 200000 100000 Your Careful Inspection Is Fwecpiested great abunJ yuardt ests will be my of k - iLIPPBRS 50000 40000 50000 50000 50000 50000 120000 is the ptetti not ready to buy call and examine aid be A satisfied this U the place v IROG NS ik s n fact we have and PLOW SHOES f our inent and we thin the climax has been capped 200000 100000 APPROXIMATION Â¬ Prizes of 1000 are Soo are Prizes of too Prizes of 400 are TWO NlMBER TERMINALS 0000 40000 399600 GROOKE BENNETT X URMSTON h are d- Hat Stock is Gosplets they a In n Â¬ I qq Prizes of 200 are 3144 Prizes amounting to 2169600 tJtT For Club Rates or any further inlormation desired write legibly to the undersigned clearly stating your residence with State County Street and Number More rapid return mail ilelivcrv will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address New Orleans La or M A Dauphin Washington D C By ordinary letter containing Money Order issued by all Express Companies New York Exchange Draft or Postal Note Address Registered Letters containing Currency to New ORLEANS NATION AL BANK New Orleans La REMEMBER that the payment of Prizes is Guaianteed by Four National Banks of New Orleans and the Ticket are signed by the Fres ident of an Institution whose chartered rights are recognized in the highest Courts therefore beware of all imitations or anonymous schemes ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket Issued by us in anv Drawing Anything in our name offered for less than a Dollar is a swindle 4S 52 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AGENTS WANTED DRY GOODS AND New Y to the i we havent space to i jet Laundn Woolen Sfc articles too 111111 which IMPORTANT DAUPHIN Address M MERCHANT TAILORING inn A ou come an J see our attractive that tell their own tak pJ to please every tractive ba buyer Altracthe tr a square deal for all Wc now bid The Square Dealing Bouse WALLACE SCCESSOR TO BOGUS WUIAit VR BWPW 44- - iiiiiBiiiHiifllHHiH9iflHE THE FI n gy v f Cut Rates on Saw Files T1CTiTyT j C- rV ciMCif rlN Cf asxLOUl - ------ Iturglar PALACE HOTELS L KLEIN Proprietor Limestone Street Opp C 8s 0 Depot LEXINCTON KY Hardwar STOTBS - OF SftJ S 5 6 5 9 Z3 I I INCH FLAT MILL FILE INCH TAPER FILE INCH FLAT FILE INCH TAPER FILE CH TAPER FILE We mn Scents toccata 5 5 4 cents cents cents priviUfed hy tin wtmmmfa We t turn onjf nut proving entirely eotisfa tory t and will guarantee to our eu zU nd Through Car Line Frm CIXCfVN ATI t INDiANAPOLiS ST LOUIS and I 1 CHICAGO v JtF Oive nt n trial For side at tkt Wew Building and Furniture Well Lighted and Ventilated Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED Gut IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE BY STORE RACKET Farmers Bank ONLY Door Above First Richmond Ky 4S SUBtli iicht Priir and Cafe Cam on Day Train Triiii Iiiunon The Southwestern Limited Â¬ RATES 46 48 2 and 250 per Day PETITIIIFy FEME SOIL 1890 W C FOR SALE SWISS COTTAGE 5 room lot 40x120 to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE c rooms lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Ilallie Irvine and Orange Streets 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue lots all well finished 40x150 feet FITZPATRiCK BUSH PERFECT CO STATE OF KENTUCKY Madison Common Piea i Court Billy Lumps Bay horse I5W hands high foaled 18S6 bred bv Sterling Thornton Washington county Ky Sired by Lumps 392 sire of Annie Dickerson paces Lunette 2 234 Bessie if1 Snooks I wfw vrvoTr FINEST th- From CINCINN ATI to - tjrv Clerks Office B May 13 Saw - SSS7rr V fr- - t- r--- m BtlLLHUFF EAIE Â¬ TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new elegant fi PL0WS PLOWS We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we believe Buy it try it and you cant deny it We is the best plow made also handle the -- I Â¬ Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS seperate or as a whole on iE Fifth Street thr i THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS Powells addition on Walnut Street 50x160 feet each IGF For prices on any of the above inquire of EWWIGGINS 4- 8- r- Stockholders Mooting Â¬ Â¬ Big-- - iiul Sn7w i There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Richmond Gas Light Company Richmond Water Works Company and Richmond Electric Light Company at Chas S Powells law office on Second Street Thursday morninc All the 10 earnestly requested to be present G W EVANS President Which is he best Sulky Plow in the market and the IfOLINE TONGUE AND TONGUELESS CULTIVATORS Injun Plow THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL ct MAY oclock At Chas S tltli 1890 are members 49-5- Is the best made we carry a large stock of them nd ON PETITION I Fannie Francis This day came the petitioners James B Francis and Fannie Francis his wile and filed their petition in the Clerks office of the Madion Common Pleas Court the object of which is to obtain a judgment of said Court empowering the petitioner Fannie FrancU wife of her co petitioner James B Francis to ue enjoy sell and convey for her own use and benefit any property she now owns or may hereafter acquire free from the claim or debts of her husband and to mAe contracts to ue and be sued as a single woman and to trade in her own name and to dispose of her property by deed or last will and tes- Â¬ tament just as she could do as if she was M unmarried woman Ordered That notice of the filing of the petition and the objecs thenot be published in one of the newspapers published in Richmond Ky for at least ten das before the next June term of this Court W II MILLER Clerk Alt A Copy Att W II Miller Clerk John Bennett attorney for petitioners Â¬ James Francis EUgint Dining Car Servic en sti TWaagtl Trains - 29 nVk tW VIWTirUTEI surety thr B All through trains or ihHon r STKM Hf m Bi 230 rvire In for prcd comfort and unexcelled 8IG TOUR ROUTE BILLY LUMPS will make the present season at m stables six miles from Richmond and 2l2 miles from Silver Creek At 15 to Insure a Mare in Foal Not responsible for accidents dam Ladv Videsseby PEDIGREE Vidette son of Vindex son of Bloods Black Hawk dam Ml sister to Richelieu by Mambrino Chief 3 dam Betty B by Norman Jr sou of Norman sire of Lulu 215 and May Queen 220 5 dam Queen by Oliver son of the great four miler Wagner 4 dam by Medock a thorough 1 urn your Tieknts rssd ri G Â¬ Oscar O B mar Murray CI2rC2lT2STATI O DINING ROOM bred lo 1 -- W Â¬ Powell Secy 0- WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF BACK BANDS HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES AND LINES Also full sets ol w- - BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY The Madison County Bible Society has Brooks in at the drug store of Stockton Richmond a large number of Bibles and Testaments They offer them at extremely low prices to those who are able to buy and propose to give them away to all who are not able to buy Ministers throughout the county are requested to see that the poor of their respective vicinities are supplied W L CRUTCHER President Mad Nat Bank 49 48 Â¬ And everything necessary to hitch up vi - - iue i ii J c i Wagon HARNESS m em mt i paph jg jj M eotton i TM J the UJUti nJ riht tojev wheat bed by bel better for our agriculturalists to ieen mote firm ti lBr bad nrt cuei inntfMn i dUilK i t mo lillt - T7rnas i l Kvern JaiW 1t tiirrt OUid Ks man e Mend y ED die SHKHHtmo j - rereou ed iietner fnwk I sr e roJiched the r before noon ing of the and after an early lunch we set out on By and by we struck foot to explore the bank of a dark silent stream probably a branch of the creek and being somewhat tired we looked for a place where we could sit down Ah I found a eoat seemingly arranged on e for us a huge log which we recent flood h d brought the timber and landed k was rough and un- wood beneath seemed age the seat was very ale r hiiiill uiWiMJJJK tro ctot TAi nfT riw i UITUI rrimi ird Muddv Creek to look at a plan- I I Jrrir e- ar iC were said to be ffood sale I concluded vv ln that to pros- - EinbHlmlng W4 Our present methods of embalming are so superior to those of the nnck nt Egyptians that a modern ombalmcr might leave a human body so perfect years says the Lancet that after 3 not a lineament need bo wanting for Identification that would not satisfy even the contemporary of tho dead The mummies unrolled person nowadays are dried up out of recogv But the embalming process Is nltion liable to go out of use before the ad vancing practice of cremation we mviNiit rL kitjds of And the CELEBRATED BUCKEYE REAPERS for a Ezecutrix Notice Farming and Garden Implements All claims against the estate of Harvey Parrish deceased must be presented to me properly proven and verified according to law by the firat day of September 1890 or they will be barred and all notes and accounts due said estate must be paid at once at First National Bank of Richmond Ky Â¬ and MOWERS 49 ci Cinda D Parrish Exrx inspection on hand 0 We keepCARTS that roll the pikes number of WAGONS and the best ROAD Tin Rooffing a Specialty NewLivery and SalsStaUe 1 GEORGE WILKES Jhe sire of Lumps of sixtv tie m the 230 list and stands to day in the estimation of all well posted breeders the peer of anv stallion ever foaled in America as a producer of trotters and his sons and daughters are eagerly sought alter by almost every brced iiv establishment in the United States VIDETTE a horse of remarkably fine size style and action has been on exhibi- o 4S tion thirty live times up to a 3 year old in closely contested rings and losing only one honor Vidette won the first and highest honor in the fall of 187s at St Louis in a rin of thirty three entries beating sixteen The regular City election will take place ot Kentuckys best horses Vidette was on Saturday June 7 iSyo to elect Mayor sired by Vindex the sire of more fine trotPolice Judge and Councilmen from each ters roadsters and coach horses than any Vindex was by of the four wards and the following per- other horse in Kentucky sons are appointed officers of said election Bloods Black Hawk he by Old Black Hawk dam was Mambrino First Ward S B White Robert hief 2d Vindexs Downing bybay Messen Â¬ dam by E T Burnam clerk Harris judges ger 48 3 JOHN C MILLER Thomas j Smith Jr sheriff Skcond Ward Win Green Henry Hargis judges Claude Smith clerk Joe Bush sheriff Third Ward John Baughman Ike McCollum juJges W P Baxter cerk W T Edwards sheriff Foirth Warp Joe E Mitchell F L Bybee judges II O llorton clerk W I have a few lots on Fif It Street gerstaff sho iff renly Phf s le Thee lots are beuuti- Clerks will get Poll Books from City fidly located on high itnd Reotll r II- Clerk the niht before the election by ev insr ground and are All officers are earnestly requested to eryUulv an being the best located ot act and be at voting places at 7 oclock any in the city for residences H C RICE promptly Persoi si who with la build nice hcuee Police Judge Richmod Kv will do well to exumiue these 49 will ouly ltce a few on Ihe market at W B CCXNINGIIAi IYXAN IAKUISU present I have a plot of ihe ground at Dr Poy n z office is the sire Bakery Our Dining room is now open and meals are lx in served at all hours All the varieties ami the f every thini that the mark ets alTord ELECTION NOTICE Â¬ Our Bakery Is turning out FRESH BREAD CAKES an lSe tbatj can be m 1 Â¬ CityLotsforSale Fresh Bread who fa vice and knows j do and how to j Furnished in any quantity on hr rt notice An experienced BAKED Cami jfff A full line of I 1 L T BICE ft CI 43 42 4f- - 5 T S BRONSTON- - A number of tanners of Woburn Lave joined with other lead ins tanners of New Bngiarnl in forming a corporation for the purpose of oondoctiog the busi- An election for officers of the Richmond hair for toe of preparing ett turnpike will be held at and the ssafSOT of glue and Barnes Mill near Pond Church on has all been s t to oclock a Satu Turnpike Notice Jt suit you Call and see our Goods and Prices and we will We have erected a new aud commo dious Livery aud Sale Stable corner of 3rd and Irvine streets Richmond Ky and ask the public lo give us a trial Â¬ For Sale or Hent I desire to sell or rent privately the large two story Tla Glyndoa l have will see ru e j Mi hi M rent Mackey w C FITZPATRICK CO HORSES HITCHED OR FED Main Street Richmond Ky AT REASONABLE BATES Saddle horses hones aud buggies hired at low situated on a good corner lot in rates ton Ky known aa the Hog 16 15 PAUKISH 4 fl XNIN6UAX ty H U COLY STORE HOUSE ARAtERi