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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- 4W T s - m I I NOT A HOUSE LEFT A Tornado Wipes Out ths Town of BradshRw Nob Twelre i I VOLUME ATTORN III HUMPHREYS VETER1KARY For Eorses RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY ruin anddbatil The TTinds tome and the Mgliltiln Rhoekl Town Destroyed by Kxl raordiuary Raln FaiM Â¬ JUNE i Â¬ Â¬ w w 1890 fefa-a-- l F LBSijSyJ iffilS1 Tjf NUMBER 52 t 11 BUBNAM F ft yl TTORXE1S AT LA IV Kentucky Richmond j K I DOWN AN EMBANKMENT Terrible Accident on the L A f FIFTY FLRST C0NGXES A petition WASniNmoM prsint d from Meixinhlt Tena protest- v aj alnst the Mississippi outlet s ptem Among the lulls n ported from committee and plac d on the calendar ass las MIowiaB Tue Iloue In 1 to yrovirte for a term of rourt at Danville Il Mr Piumb introduced a bill ipr parl tjy Mr St John of New York I for Ik purchase of silver to use as liiwful money Re ferred to the CnmmittC on 1lnaiiee Mr Dawes irave notice Inst he would to morrow j ask the Senate toccnslder the for ttlcaton tul I The silver fcii iM taken up and Mr Morrtli addressed tho Senate Tre conference l cpcrt on th- - Military Acuruv saasreaartsskai SSH lit up and the question was taken SPECIFICS Cattle Sheep Cogs Kogs AMD POTJLTHY II fi Buriuiius Building M First T J J is town of five hun- Â¬ aitaasod on the Nefaraaka The Wagner through sleeper from Ksntlcky railway alout sixty mills west of Xin Richmond Louisville to Boston via Cincinnati culn The plaee was struck by a tornaover the Louisville and Nashville was acme as formerly oc do coming from thesoataweat Srarrely wrecked near English Ky on tho 6th M nmly Judge Miller a moments aramiag wa givn the roar Eight persons wero seriously wounded of th wind being the first aotiee hit They two of whom will probably die - LOWELL j thr terrified p xvplo beard It struck the Colonel II C Hodges are as follows town fairly nd there was not left asin Sold by Eroseists or Sent P epaid anywhere 4 TTORXET A T LA IV Superintendontof the Government store- Â¬ an J in any QUii iuiT on Ktccipl cf Price Every business buaso gle building houses at Jeifersonvillesevereiy braised KFNTICKY Humphreys Kcdicine Co tOJ Fulcn St H Y RI1MM v as nirdi- a total v rek ard the primi Mrs Colonel and right leg broken pll street was filled nith the ruins In Hodges cut and crushed shoot head and HTTl eeL il tbn exUcate uraatera part of the shoulders can hardly recover John JIOXZOPATHIC Ikmiscs are village a few left Johnson wealthy cotton merchant of DENTAL BUBGKBY with a semblimcc of their former and SPECSFIG No cut about head Memphis appearance bat they are without win Johnson John Mrs chest in n X Tears TnncnW MMOMrfa is4rfftr dows and dours and their contents vero U A WlLKKSSMiTII dreadfully mangled about shoulders Nenrous DebHitv Vital Weakness IS C scattered broadcast over the pra rie die and will probably and Proetrstlnn from over work or other caussa DENTAL SURGEON 2 1 per TiaL or t yil and Lrcu vud powder for Tlie depot buildiag was crushed to Epperson superintendent Short Line DacootsTS orernt potpid on receipt of Ksxticky 6ouT iMajttl v Richmond rY kindling wood and every car standDivision Louisville wtd Nashville cut lisil ing there was wrecked exc pt one liat about head and arms and greatly t Malu mih i Office was loaded with stock and which was iM Brent Arnold bruised and mangle 3 blown withe tit leaving the track to general agent Louisville and Nashville York a distance of nine uiilej Tho Q W DD S Cincinnai cut about head and back and telegraph lines were and severe cut on arm C R Brent contract when the car arrived at York it was KICHMOXD hEXTLCKi ing freight agent L anil N at Cincin- Â¬ l paster feared bad Beggar brake that some nati scalp woaads A went up occurred ateaseager man leg crused at knea amputation ifficc Main Rtreet over Madison National 3- the track and at midnight returned ary Joseph 1 Jack well colored limit with tho news of the disaster porter of Suffolk Va badly bruised Tho UfiLBY W BUBGLN The fire hells were rung and in a short train passedEnglish at about fifteen miles time large numbers of people were on an hour and was going twenty miles an DEXTIST At the their way to give assistance hour just beyond when it ran upon an - Kenticky This Fine Saddle Stallion will make the same time a special train left Lincoln Rkhmond embankment which had just been re Â¬ scat on of iSoo at the Fair Grounds Dry Hoods Store on with physicians and other relief It paired and had been sofened by tho Richmond Ky at by Dr Kes-4was found that a Russian settlement rains The engine and ono coach which near the town was struck and the re- Â¬ made all the train except the sleeper COLT port is that nine persons were killed V CUKLD D D S 15 TO INSURE passed safely hut the track spread unthere outright The physicians say hat der them Tho sleeper wa derailed KIRKS I ILLE XEX TVCKT in all twelve are dead eight mortilly back hands high JESSE COBH is is and broke into about chestnut color 4 years old weighs close to wounded and perhaps twenty one hurt The front part in wlich Hppersoa was t Kinnell Everything ioo pounds fine action and is a model more or less seriously residence was dumped on over the ties a hundred 47- pertaining to de profession saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond 1st The rear part rolled over four dam by Tuttle horse he by Estill Eric A CLOUD BURST times and landed a complete wreck at PHYSICIANS and Bell sire of dam of Georgette ftaj the bottom of the bark Vara 238 Second dam Lucy by Young Inundate Iowa Villages Wrecklnjs Scores iniciiij- - Other of Dwelling anil K J M POYKTZ Davv Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip SWORN TO STEAL Underwood la fifteen miles from 4th dam by Traveller PUTSICIA X A XV S I ItGEOX A Society For the Promotion of Robbery All care will be taken to prevent acci- Council Bluffs was inundated by a cloudThrive in Tennessee- Kenticky dents or escapes but will not be responsi- burst the third in that section wlhin Richmond ble should any occur James Heal well known in the vicin- Â¬ Lien reserved on a week Shortly after two oclock in the colt for the service fee ity of Strawberry Plains Tenn has the morning an immense cloud was ob- Â¬ OiOce Second Street next to Willies Drug been arrested on tho ehargo of larceny served by the terrified villagers eoiiing CO CHAKLKS V CULVER 40- up from the west As it passed to tho and housebreaking Beal had a hearing before Squire Moulton W EVANS M IX when some north it seemed to burst in fury The Valley of Mosquito creek received this startling revelations were made by a PUTStClAN AXD SURGEON deluge witness named Ilas Bryant For the Before daybreak the flood had deluged the little city which lies on a past three years ii citizens in that secKenticky Richmond tion have been md sing articles of dif- Â¬ flat and all but engulfed it When day broke the lower and aroatem half of tho ferent kinds Koarly every farmer in s town presented a pitable plight Boucei the community baa lost something of dwellings ware totally wrecked About thirty men banded together unTAYLOR B T havo while others are twisted from their foun- Â¬ der tho head of Labor Knights I have purciiaMetl tbe property of the dations At noon the waters of Mosqiito been doing ByStemat c stealing They Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery said Company and will keep ou liaml creek registered binding oaths bad tegular ofaci twrntj five foet alovo Kintlcky all of the tif t vurietiea of Richmond One of their provisions was tbat each high water mark The lower part of tho member should steal something at least city is standing in ten feet of water rt1re Second islreet over Dykes Grocery Two miles of the Back Island Hack once a week or pay a flno An obliga- Â¬ A FOOLISH SCHEME above Underwood and for a distanco tion of forco was not to support any can- Â¬ POSTER below is submerged and probably The 1Ian Wa to Make Lower Cnlilorniv didate for otlico who was not well loaded R JOHN a Dependency of nd The yard if easy of access Person washed away The Milwaukee an 1 St with financial argument Members of An investigation into the proposed desiring lo haul their own coal will Paul which parallels to Rock lall ad PlirSlCIAX AXD SURGEON tho band understood each other thor- Â¬ flllibusteriag expedition again t Lower oughly and always reported thefts to uot h ive to cross the railroad Kentucky is an equal loser The bridgos of loth I respectfully juts a row phase on it headquarters Articles stolon were sold r quest a lilieral pat- Â¬ roads are swept away three miles al ovo California n seat dear to Luzons ronage of the citizeus of botli couuty Underwood The dwelling of Joseph From evidence slrccdy obtained it ap- Â¬ and the money divided A number of stdcueeal ear Mum mid lutes and citv Barrier was wrecked and it occupants pears that the president of the Mexican arrests are expected and some spicy deÂ¬ 13- T 8 BliONSTON Land and Company had ments looked for ni rowly escaped drowning A large concocted aColonization the scheme for annexation of cattle and hogs were drown Â¬ j i x number m y ed The total los in Underwood and of the peninsula to the Brlslsh emTRAIN FELL ON THEM A pire on the basis of the plan followed by PHrSICIAM AXD SURGEON vicinity will aggregate Un000 Last India Company when Great Tour Section Hands aud the Engineer special from Weston a village seven the White Hall - - - Kenticky Killed Outrijrhl and Other Passengers Britain acquired her possessions in Inmiles below Underwood on the Mos Injured dia A new republic was to be declared SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 quito creek shows that the damago vices to the ub The Northwestern passenger train in Mexico and the United States was to 10 foot alley Oichaid Street new 1k The best there is not le s great expected to suppress the insurrection near Rockport 111 jarfped tho track 011 QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE c rooms part of the town is under from five to and then Crrcat Britain was counted on account of a broken wsaeeL A gang of lot 31x15a to 10 foot alley Ilallie Irine fifteen feet of water A line of corn s M LETCHER to come in and in the interest of her section men were working about two and Orange Streets cribs containing one hundred thou hundred feet from the point when- tho sand bushels are vieler water and Aill subjects declare a protectorate over tho engine left tho rails and lcforo they IHrsiCIAX AND SURGEON TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new peninsula Manager cott assured tho 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant probably be a total loan Heavy Lome Kentucky Rkhmunk could get away the train had run them lots ail well finished of cattle and sheep are reported Tho flllibu ters that two English war ves down and toppled over on them Tho sels would be ready to enter tho harbor Three Eleoant BUILDING LOTS total Lees about Weston will reach loo of Escnda and recognize the new na- Â¬ entire train was wricked and the en- Â¬ iiu streAt Keola and as far as Persia oa 40x150 feet sepcrate or as a whole on BM gineer and four of the section men Bran Fifth Str tho line of the Milwaukee road tho tion The firemuu two see killed outright M D BRIGHT THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS storm raged with savage effect At Another Iwa Tornado tion men and some of the passengers Powells addition Persia the Farmers Alliance luirber on Walnut Street A terrific tornado struck the western The killed are Edward were injured 50x160 feet each yard loses ST 000 Mosquito creek is a portion of Hardin County la near Blaisdell of Freeport who has been en Â¬ Ken Rkhmond fed For pi ices on any of the above mile wide and is doing much damage Habbaai on the 5th The house of a gineer on this division for over thirty Ii Kniiiti The loss will reach SOO inquired a- - EWWIGGINS man named Weathorby was torn to live sears August Johnson of Winnepieces but the family escaped by taking bago Basil Anderson of Winnebago issues and muds Tanned His Lwaga A refuge in a cave Proceeding north Â¬ of the liuiuiiii u wly K Qirard stationed with tho eastward the storm next struck ieo A John Oustsfsoa of Pccatonica John Surgeon The injuries Drehsser of Pccatonica nth infantry at lort Niagara - BOLTON Whites bouse leveling two large barns of Fireman Willian Secor will provw Youngstovn N Y performed an ex- and unroofing his dwelling EUssoes None of the passengers wero dan fatal Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon ceedingly difficult operation upon Thos uce was next struck and totally years and ono destroyed with all the household effects gerously hurt Kentucky Brighton aged seventy RiciiMiM Killed by a Pencil of the oldest hotel men in Niagara Cc un The family escaped almost bya miracle tfnce oer D H llriulits - Houn- Near Powder Ala Joshua La ey a ty Brighton complained for some time The barns and outbuildings of James uUcutmn 1d all ditfi- n tii disease id K of a suffocating feeling and his breath HofTern were also destroyed and consid- Â¬ prominent farmer was up on a scaffold a dis-about four feet from tho ground doing lhysi ian j erable live stock killed frrew shorter every day soul tr aud Hniieir 4 some carpentering on a house w hen ho both there and in Buffalo pronounced his any uddimissed his footing and fell headlong to disease asthma Dr iirard was coot D af A Lan He held in his mouh at the ground suited and in testing the mans lungs J RS JENNINGS A- G1BS1 N At Cincinnati 01 the Bth on being the fime a sharpened carpenters pencil An incision in found water on them Physicians and Surgeons Brightons back near the ribs was atado bantered by a companion Dan Wilcox and falling forward or his face the sharp and a pump inserted Ity means of his plunged headlong from the Newport pencil was thrust down his throat o be hnd at Kenti cky Hobbles 111 Richmond operation the lungs were relieved f an bridge Losing control of himself in piercing an artery and causing hemorW C GORMLEY an omit of water tilling four large ot his descent he struck tho water with rhage from which Lacy died a few hours COS Aallace 4 Kievs Office Mam M 4i- itlos The patient was greatly relieved terrific force on his chest The sound afterward Iiih sire of tho contact was heard a square away and the wound is healing rapidly Confederate Docoratton Day Wilcox was taken from the water walkE ATLTZ A G WILLIAMSON Tho Oth was Confederate Decoration A ed a few steps gave throe gasps and Th tsir RMetts V from the bridge to Day With no display but quietly and SIC I A X A XD S I RGEOX CITY KNCilNKKK The Czar has issuel a ukas ordoting died Theisdistance 117 reverently the surviving Confederates feet Kentucky Civil Engineer and Surveyor the abandonment of the Bussian anti the water exactly Richmond of Maryland covered the graves of their Â¬ Jewish policy for one year This meas Strange Succession of Accidents fallen comrades with fragrant flowers OBUce 22S W Hata Street Bornan 4 ure Is understood to have boea taker in Ben Myers aged sixteen while jump- Â¬ emblems of memories still fondly chertln iiuult DuildtiiK up stairs Surveys nipde for Hallways Turn deference to the numerous protests ing on and off a Wabash passenger train ished There are about 1200 aetivo pikis Roadways Estimates given c against the recent wholesale expulsion at Danville 111 fell under the wheels members of Confederate societies in BLACK Farm drainage Town Lois laid ofl of Jewish merchants lawyers and other and sustained fatal injuries An hour Baltimore and the membership was GENERAL LAND SURVEYS prominent Hebrews which have taien later at tie same place and in a similar well represented PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON place in lttssian Poland Southern Ius manner Was Aadrewsbad his leg taken Lines retraced Special attention given Bad Casualty in Connecticut of the empire off by a freight train About the same 25- to topographical insps and plats of sia and other parts Hkd HursK Ky Edward and George Smith aged thirÂ¬ time Wm Baasell had his foot badly Correspond farms and other lands sssssssssssssssosssssssmsssssssv years and their mother I Ciheui VaScari Cautonel crushed while taking a free ride on a teen and ten ence solicited with parties interested were drowned in a pond at Middleburg superintendent of the census has vYabash train The HAS BOOEE in surveys of lands in mountain coun Ct The mother hail rushed into the issued an order forbidding superrimrs ties of Kentucky The Stiver Blt water to help tho boys who bad been VETERINARY SURGEON and enumerators making public any inOfiJce City Hall Richmond Ky In regard to the silver bill passed by playing on a raft and had been thrown formation gained in the performance of GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE 9 She is called to tho the House Saturday while it places a into the water by its capsizing their duties Attention limit on the amount of silver to Ito could not swim and getting beyond her VeterinarjDentistry and Sterility a law on this abject M CIIENAIIT diy coined each month amounts to practical depth was drowned with her children J J BHOOKS Dil Lonstana Lattery CTtiC33 OmCtbuililini ilimrln tLlMAX Office 40- free coinage inasmuch as it is estimated lmgliaiii Klclimoiid Ky Firemen Injured Mr Shattfk of C loasleu has given that if coinage is carried on to the full While firemen were engaged in ex Â¬ CHENAULT BROOKS Of the lottery bill in the Louisi- Â¬ limit it will consume the entire silver tinguishing a fire 11 Philadelphia tho ana House It provides for a submis Â¬ product of the country The only differsion to the electors of an amendment to ence to be settled lietween Senate and flames reached a storage basin in which A tcr were twelve barrels of gasoline the Comtitution and contains the fea- Â¬ is in regard to bullion redemp xplosion followed and cloven of tures of Mr Morris proposltiaat already tion provided for by the House bill the firemen were caught in a shower of made public The bill will be readj by Richmond Kkntixky TRAYNOR for Debts due IfcKaa burning oil sad badly turned Some Pension 0O5 ExTVtares Friday Hie aervioe of Kialliooa serving mares Tba expenditures of the Pension Offieo them will probably din of their injuries in 1S87 1S8S 18S9 mid 8Ji must le Enntnwatsrs Eur ten Tod HsY7 from June ti Isi to June M 180 Large lists of City and Couutry Prop- Â¬ paid to Owen KcKee Â¬ All marts Supervisor ICtetntan of Mi VerMatt Morga 3 Hemp Ins 19337634 The regular sold and bought on farmed In issi ly McKee Tray nor erty PropertyCorrespondence solicited non 0 receivi d a telegram from New The remains of Mr Matt Morgan tho appropriation for the year was 901 T8 Commission having oai living at weauiug lime ark stating that one of the census en itn Tilil aud prompt attention given Thus there was a deficiency of distinguished artist hcvebeendepositod will be paid lor by Owen McKee j of which was pro- - in Voodlawa Cemetery New York to faS Ofliee in John Bennetts law erators for Licking County O had com owner of the colts April 141MB The vacan y was tiUd vid d for by a deficiency appropriation await the decision of the family in re- Â¬ office Branch office at Stockton A mittcd suicide 44- OWEN McKEE 39- ndence by telegraph Brooks Drug Store in April leaving 36000030 et to le ap-Â¬ gard to compliance with the expressed propriated to meet th requirements of wish of tho deceased to be cremated Addressed tbo Bstiats In His Shlrt slsrtfss THE FINEST ON EARTH EVERYBODY BIBLES the year jus cndJfl Chiekamanra Farx Bill Ante idsd In addressing the House on the I The Senate Committee on Military af- Â¬ bill Walker of Massachusetts doffed DlpiV nrla Scare Th Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton ral deaths in fairs has amended the Chickainauga lnrk bis coat and made his speech in his There have I The Madison County Bible Society has B R is I be only line running Pull as to take in that portion of look Â¬ sleeves in spite of a quiet admani O from diplttijera lately and at the drug store 01 Stockton jc Brooks in shirt from the Speaker that it would bo Lma mans IVrbcted HaMy Vest ibu led as the phy out Mountain upon which occurred tho an epidemic i md a large number of Bibles and tion Train with UlmJr Parlor Sleeping sicians in attendance upon two re- Â¬ celebrated battle above the clouds er them Lt extremely more decorous to don tho oppreitdvo niid Dining Cr service between Cingarment 1c to buy cent fatal cases failed to report them An EmbssMag Lawyer cinnati Indlsitapoli and Chicago and to the board of health and many wero a young lawyer of Bollla Beers Ordered Bact to Eurcp Only Line running Through Re and propose to give them away to all who exposed There were several cases in Bridgeport Ct is an embezzler to the clining Cbsir Ctr between Cincinnati are not able to buy Ministers throughSeven Belgian glasahtowen and four out the count v are requested to see that toon Italian laborers who landed in South Lima of a mild character K and Springfield cxtintof 80000 a large part of which Illinois tne poor of their respective vicinities are New York under contract to American he had secured from his brother and No fitrllt for Fve Yean supplied And Only Line employers have been ordered back to sister to invest At Toronto Ont the builders lalor W L CRUTCH ER President Europe by the loverntuent inspectors I Heween Cincinnati IHyon Lima at- - Bank trike is over for five years an Speaker Reed Esnomnated 49 48 Toledo Deiioit the Lake Regions and agreement covering that period having The Republicans of the First District First Sloid fjr IottrT Canada two Tho first A vote in the Loui iana House of Rephave renominated lion Thomas The rnad is me of the oldest in Ibe Baber Shop resentatives to refer tional laborers are to get twenty sent an hour J for Congress by acclamation Slate of Ohio swd the only line eiKer- and the following three years twenty A com ml Vllsnt Sana Stcrui 4 to rt is supposed to represent tho one cone EAST MAIN STREET i over Car A violent strength of the lottery people Lottery Ta Nvr Orems 111 aa man III doing much damage to crops patrooa speed f money carried opened a first class shop We have from The comfort and ss by Isttiiag Colore Kr and desire la bare the patronage of States by in that vicinity various parts of tie nuon Thos Hick and Sum le everywhere and see gentlemen ladies and children We for tho lot- S lver Dso0fsrts in Russia were killed by lightning in a the m D either in or rk New and giiiirsuicc tirst A silver forty five per 11 Ciiieiiiumi i is or elegant fun note Company six stable of the cleau throughout Banks of ent ions en disc K O M K W Va Wax miles from razurn its for c in the bed of the river Donnets iu South Â¬ wneral Passenger and Ticket Agent and sbait Oils book keeper for the company was II C MOORE si ern K 1ft J CAKMICHAEL severely shocked ATfURXEl-AT-LAir j LL1YAV Book 880 Pajrr And on Trial merit of Animals tuart Seui Free rrnr- Feirr ingestions Inflammation A A i s uinal VIrnlngt Jlilk Fever II B Mraink Lameness tthe nmatigm CI Distemper Nasal ill chirges DD tBols or irnbs Worms Pirncignla KX tubL or Heaves Bellyache Gripes FF - Colic irriago Hemorrhages 1111 I rinary and Kidney Diseases II- Eruptive Disease Mantre J K Diseases of Digestion laralysls Slnpli 60 i DP doees PpMln Manual r tMblr Casr with II and Jltfdlcotor ST 00 100 Jrr Veterinary Care Oil -- rennn Killoi Score I r riit Injured Fatally and llradsliav Neb dred people Â¬ 3- tPESEYS EH 1 Â¬ i JESSE COBB I i I Â¬ 3ELIO3VS32SI COAL CO J It COAL Deports received at the railroad of fices in Deo Moines la sajr that tho Milwaukee and Bn k Island railroads sustain severe losatM at Weston 1n derwood and Persia and all trains aro suspended on both roads A fast stock train on thr1 Illinois Central plunged into a washout at Ackley with car load of cat tie over 100 head being killed The storm aboat Adair was the worst ever known there Corn was badly washed out and orchards and gar dens ruined in many places A barn near Anita wa struck by lightning atd a valuable horse consumed One farmer near there lost eight head of large A German farmer north west of piers Adair lost sixty head of hogs ilia larn corn crib bay stacks aud fenres wero carried away sni three est of water Stood in his reiiaeecc driving the family to the upper story John Cook living east of Casey had a 000 stallion drowned in the Middle river and carao near loaiafahis own life A terrible electric rain storm passed over Ackley at an v on 6th hour the early cloud burst occurred and watt r fell several for hour in sheets Beaver creek half a mile north is a raging torrent Bridges and culverts on railroads and highways washed oat Cattle horse and bogs were swept from are badly pastures and corn Sold washed oat The damage will be great Around Leroy Minn the storm is said to have been like a cyclone and the dam age was great suffered Chester from this cyclone a hich formed near the southeast corner of Oakdale Township Howard County nl took a northIt course westerly demolished a school house injuring the teacher one of and children sevetal them a daughter of John Kelly being fatally hurt It next smashed lat Nooaaas sew barn riddled Loomis orchard destroyed the places of Orange Baldwin Arthur Law son and lltilver A Jaeobson stick was driven into JaCobaOaS eye and Mrs Joseph McKee was seriously injured The McKeo homestead was Mows away Since the 2d six an one half inches of rain havo fallen at Milbaak S I and the rainis nearly as heavy throughfall out the two Dakotas At Sioux during Thursdays storm Falls lightning struck the Blissman school house twelve miles southeast of Flan dreaa Physicians and others went out No one was kill- Â¬ at oncp to the scene ed but fifteen or sixteen pupils weie rendered unconscious for a few mo- by the force of the lightning The belt stri ek the chimney and entered the il room For an hour tho heave were ablaze with lightning The elec-Â¬ trical storm was the worst ever known in that vicinity Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Near English Station Ky wa First Swwlon June 1 SrvATr TRAIN ROBBERY Two Masked Men Mold Ip an Fxpress Tnln Letters mid Registered lck as Klitod The Northern Pacific passenger train Wagner Sleeper Rolls Orer and Breaks to rieces With Seriou Result to It Occupants TCjirird S to as provlloti the cintens wa rl srusscd the conf rence report to the cHect that no intoxicating drinks Betas should be supplied In canteen or lo tracers stores in States or territories where prohibition Icgislat ion exist Mr A Uoi who presented tas r irnrt spoke in defense of it and it was to yeas T nnv SSI Sea HotSE The proceeding In the noose were unusually dull to day and aatMagel practical value was aeer mpilshcd Bins nassed The Senate bi t for the reller of the ISiard of Cor missinneri of t3io Sriki Fund of Louisville Ky On motion of Mr Morrow Cat foe Sen bill sas parsed relieving the TTnTCu Imp ate Works of San Francisco from certain penalttea amoniitir to ssVv incurred In the construction of the Charleston Adjourned Washington Juue 1 rSe wait The disÂ¬ agreement on the d7endcnt pension bill wa rcporteiL lint afterward withdrawn te be pre sented to th lions llrt A r serntion to in vcstignte the 1 S ih Commission ent over Mr Push addressed Die Senato on silver crit- Â¬ icising the tariff bill Dills were patted author mnp brewer 10 pipe beer etc al restortr certain lands in Viseonin to the public do- Â¬ Mr Farwell spoke on silver The forti- Â¬ main fication bill was discussed until adjournment to at r p m Mill r versus The majority rer crt 1st the rae of Elott from the Seventh South Carolina District wa submited to the House Hoitsf in Roell Â¬ oni--fort- Â¬ the entire South C rolina recistxation and elec tion laws are unrorstltutior al Tho matter wa decided in favor ot the Republican contestant Report of the sub Committee on Post ofllces and Pust Itoads on Repr sentrtive Caldwells bill to flx Ihe salaries of pstal clerks was accepted ly the whole committee to ilv Three other hill of a like chararter were lfore the committee for action but that of Mr Caldwell wasdectued upon as the best to rcjMjrt to th House This bill earrie an approprtxtlon of t3SO0i0 Tho conteif d election case of McDnMe v Turpin of Alabana was considered uni adjournment p in at tVASinsiTon June 4 Senate A resolution to In vestijrate the Fih Commission ia greed to A select committee was aniounced on the bill for a National CnKervty The fortifications bill was taken up aid passed Sena tor Sh rman proposed a im nmendment to the tariff bill the wool schedule yirepared by the National Wool irrowers Aciatlon- - A delegation of Importer from all ixer the country representing sit the importing irterests were heard by the Snite Flnr or tommltte to pro test agalnU the HsKhdey arts bill as legislating sgalnst them and to the benefit of manufacturers Certain corrections lathe McKlnley Administrative bl were urreri to and after esse unlinportunt legislation lie Senate adjourn Cd Ilorsr The contested election ease of JofcH McDuflle t Louts W Turptn from th Fourth Alabama District came up to day Ml Very little outness McDuflle was seated transacted tn the House The conference report on army appropn aton bill wa agreed to Further conference was order d ca the de Adjourned uatii pendent pension bill The rep rt sonewhat sensational that at the verr beginning- - it declares tlat r0 was robbed by masked men m ar West of Salem North Pk the 7th Two miles east oil New Salem and twonty flvo miles west of Mandan the engineer and fireman were stir ky two masked men climbing over the tender and ordering the train stopped at u the end of big revolvers Tie Fr eighteen months I had an eating sore en my tongut J wot mons was obeyed Express M s physuians treated Angevine hearing shots Bred for- but obtained j retief the sore sus ward and gradually grew worse jinaiiy f money in hid S600 took S S S and was entirely it the safe loeki cured after using a few bottles light3 and ran back to New Salem Tho C D MrLEMuas mail car was lirs tackled by the robbera Henderson Tex Only tne mail agent was in the cr and he immediately obeyed ordi r by hand- Â¬ TREATISE on Blood and Skin ing over the mail matt r A number of free Tlt swin brECiFic i Ga registered letters were rifled and then Atlanta tho two robbers turned their attention to the express car This they found do Take no hoeti anlet DoiifCtrir namf serted much to their chagrin and mis- Â¬ CAUTION W L mm tanimtl on And thai irirt the dealer cannot taking the fireman for the express mes- Â¬ bottom If to factory endowingsuppl yoa send direct advertised senger they ordered him at the point price of pistols to open the safes lie pi cd that he knew nothing about it and finally satisfied the robbers Then tho train backed to New Salens and finally came on East The express remained incognito and got on the train as it left New Salem The passenger fiL were not touched One put his head V out of the window during the delay but was told to get his head back and a at bullet whizzed pa t his head as a re-Â¬ minder that orders had better Jwkv A posse with the sheriff mounted and j armed left Mandan en a sp cinl train -l J8 JyW jf ii for thesceneof the robbery The robbers to break compelled Engineer Kilmartin in tho door of tho postal car Only four masked men were seen at any one time and suspiions are rife that only two were engaged in the work During tho controversy in the mail car the mask CENTLEMEN fell from the face of one man reported Fine Calf Heavy Laced Grain and Cree to bo of medium height and build light r Wternrool in me worm examine nis hair and with several days growth of MH OEM INK HAMi MHlli sHOK light beard The district around New S4fl0 HAMi SLWHI WHT Ml HOE POIDK VAM FAKMMW Salem is peopled by quiet law abiding l IK I FXTKV 200 A S WOltKINOMFNS SHOE -- IKIES 225 is supposed to be the work settlors It BOYS SCHOOL -- HOES 20O and ace In Congress Button and Lace of people unknown in that part of the riht s s s 3 iei WIFTS SPECIFIC entire system eliminating all Poisons from the Blood whether of scrofulous or malarial origin this preparation has no equal FOR renovating th ra n DEALERS IN Boots lne flats bfs IS ISC iis i M SIT FU1 R ujlnwl TilE Summer Season extreme STOCK V gr nalize Ihe coming s0 in its magnitude should n u sig vaich eyond our exp The goods are now in and placed on the the largest We t n of BLSF -- wwawV Ladies In ail - Shoes ides ever i were i IH own Wc nan trade Our n aemtothe L Ladies S3 Shoes in all Styles M W L DOUGLAS wants and d SHvC IS 2 and S250 LADIES SHOE y ofl nakr We have tit country 3 Â¬ SPANKED BY HIS WIFE Rest Material Best Style Best Fitting W L Douglas Brockton Mass Sold by 2 SHOES lafdeV 175 SHOE FOR MISSES Mens from Boys Shoes citv i lo t prices ranging a don A AVarnlng to ITusband Who May Be Harried to Muscular Women A curious story is told at the capitol at the expense of a member of Congress JACK FREEMAN here and be com who while of hi lectually has not abundance caliber intel n blenaned with an Â¬ 1 - lijt - o- smith d FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ linarian ning so the story goes she heard a noise in the ry after bed time She promptly elsed her slipper and started for tho scene of the uproar Just as she reached the door the children extinguished tho Stretching out her hand she VAshinotos Jnne 5 SESte The sliver light bill was taken up and Mr Illscock addressed captured one of the boys and to judge the Senate in opposition to the free ooinasre sf from the outcries he made the spanking silrer Mer Snernuin Stewart ad AbiricU wras thoroughly effective Hut tho followed The bill went orer witheut action oonrrretee mother was somewhat surprised at the Senator Krnrt from the Tibrw reported the Senate bill npproprlattns HOono conduct of tho second sufferer Instea I ry loOaptain for u monument In WssalniSt I of sobbing he yelled protestations in John Frtcson inventor of the Krntroi Placet a strong voice and at last swore roundly en tie calendar The followio bill W4SR tnken astonised jumped up from the calendar and yanr strnate lulls Tho mother granting pensions of tlftv doiuv s u rnwtih to the and letting him fall from her kneo to widow of Itar Admiral Kdwaro Dotiirdson and the floor exclaimed tenderly to the widoiv of ComniAndT t ir sssw of the Is that you hubby Kearsarge Senate bill to authorM the con of avoirdupois says the Vashlngton pom capon l nt of the New Be baa a wife who is York Tribune much taller than he is and who is also well known to her children as a strict A D RUFF 5fiCSw - is the prettiest you evi not ready to buy ca If you IK SHOI IO has been capped I s iu Â¬ Â¬ i Hit c Knox arc di Si r In WJUCHIiKERJEWELER DEALER IN JR Â¬ - Â¬ rarstciAN and surgeon 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ b- r J Â¬ Â¬ jH JM B iF Â¬ Overwhelmed with confusion head struct 10a of a bridge acre ihiCeisinbia rtver bv the Oregon Kallwar xtcnwi tompany mittcd that it was ber hubby she had been spanking Mr Illalr introduce a bill to prsfcibit the exAfter they had retired portation of alcohelic honors to Africa and the amid the muffled laughter of the childeferred The dren who wero trying to Islan I of the Pacific Coaat restrain it by Senate hen adjourned House Major BtrKrsVfrresrTttl upthe caucus stufllng pillows into their moot Be too had heard silver bill the first th ug Sals saorsaag and planations followed forced its consideration iiotKittisi vndinir the the noise ard with tho anna twelve iasassjussao Barries view as his wife had gone to unusual fnct that the out their threat and voted NitU the Democrats nursery where he had been caught by A ro olutiou was adopted to consuler the silver bill until Saturday at 3 p m srajaa a vote Is to his spouse be tiktn Cjngr William of Iliiiois and Bereaftcr he vows that be will allow Ianhom spoke and at 530 the House adjourned his wife e discipline his children un Â¬ fi V sJiisgton June Senate The BWM aided nm n tment to the Senaltill establishing u jiuhlin the District of Columbia vas SM art Secreted Manuscripts snieSJ to and a conference asked Tli silver It is reported of our English ancestors bill was tnken up BBS Mr Plumb nddre sscit the Senrte The Iresldent sent in the nomination that they had a way of secreting valof Nicholas Pcrki pau to of Indiana Clerk of uable manuscripts and concerning that the District tonrt for the listrlctot Alaska A vast col lection of state papers of Thur bid authorizing a certain county In Arizona to loo tho secretary of Cromwell a col- Â¬ xva passed IkmvI A resolution calling for inform itlon In rcgrd to trespas str on Io lection of seventy volumes at least rn the onghinl manuscript it is recorded dina lends was adopted and the Senate adjourned that itoaiae to light in a very strange 1I rsr Representative Keamely introduced way accidentally falling out of tho two condemnc Ii asuon and car a bill rranliey false ceiling of some chambers in Lin- Â¬ to tne Buyne ltynold TVst G A R sr Uelicrontaine O The silver debate was re colns Inn Mention is also made of sumed in tho House this morning Mr Ltnd of other cettain treasures in that line be- Â¬ Minnesota being the first sptalter followed by ing found in the secret of actest Msrs Lacey la J Walk Mass and Kerr that had passed through drawer hands be many The sliver debate Was continued until la p no when a recess was taken the night fore thosecret cam- out esslon being devoted to silver speeches jen-im- The Worship of Success nlht was wjstponed to Monday Wastiiscton Jsne 7 Sen ate -- Senator There Is nothing so abject as tho M inderson r porte I from the Committee on worship o mere success unless Indeed Military A Hairs rdversely tho bill Introduced 1 himself Us vo uosti authorizing the Presl- - It bo tho worship of mere wealth There t to p ace upon the retired lii nf the army is nothing lower than to admire and sv th ill rank lirigu Her ienral 0 flatter a man simply because ho has got my neral of the late war who was in com on becauso ho has carried his point snaiut b sea esse or mere b ittles were fought and wot aed who was promoted for gallant because he has come to Vie talked about servl r in tho field and who by In the way in which be wished to be oil mertrlo issinment of the Pre lent commanded a mili talked about and to think scorn of tary department or d slnct After morning others whoso merits and efforts may hour business th cnlendar was taken up and eeveral bills passed Private pension bills were have been equal to his or very likely also passed in considorablo number after which much greater but whose merits and efllie Senate adjourned forts have from some cause or other J Hocsb The silver debate was eontlnned A not been so lucky as his in gaining the motion to recommit the bill with instructions object at which they aimed to report for free coinage was defeated yeas of nays 140 O i the passage of the bill the yeis wero lis nays 115 after which the House Bill to Tunnel tho Chinned Defsatxl adjourned The bill to tunnel under the English New Items Channel from England to Frnce was TnFfiorman Emperor has promised to lefeated In tlie House of Cosaanoas by accode to tho petitions to extend labor J34 to UB I Â¬ I Â¬ Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and 8pec ial our attractive that tell tlieir own ta A Flated ware etc attention ijiven to FETTINQ DIAMONDS The Square Dealing House AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES REPAIRING Promptly done ami lu a workiiiaulike manner Cash Paid for OU Gold and Silver next door to the Post office Ricbmoud Ky 3V WALLACE See E BOGUS WE sors TO i R Dont forget tlie place KIHCIT JTUl - IT Â¬ ire nj BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Qiiickest Route from Central Kentuckv to All P h Â¬ FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington SrhfUBle Cincinnati IVHI Â¬ - is Effect May II th SOUTH BOUND Lve Lve Arr Lve Arr Arr Arr Arr five Arr Arr tx baav Daly Ex Sua p in P p l i pr Arr lai R - l exli pat P lrs Lancaster Berei Â¬ A 51 - M 1 Important ITotice Real Estate Brokers protection to tho mercantile classes Eesultoftaj Storm a Bmdshaw Nb Tut New York Biscuit Company are The deaths from tho storm disaster at said to bo baying up all the large cracker Uradshaw Neb era reported at fifteen concerns in tho country md tho destruction of property a l J ChvuiTOX SiMPSotf a prominent KW contractor Imilder and undertaker of iinciistle Va committed suicide while prepu ing coflm for the burial of a UtInherited lllood Poisonile ch Id from the agricultural dis How many people there are whose distress ADtni weather ttntof Kan as state thai dry yield of from sores acheslo pmn and eruptive ten s are due Inherited blood poison baK reduced the propretive parent to nnd j than that of last Bad blood passes from of husband clnid wife winter wheal to It therefore Is the duty and rear stnd that the oat crop will be very to keep their blood pure This is easily acÂ¬ y s hi ll -- hBHHB H km J NORTH BOUND Lve Livingston Lea Berea K zd Arr Lve Stanford Lve Iine Arr Riihmond Lve Richmond Arr Paris Lve nloli Lve 1 it is Lve C vnti Lve Kiilnioutii Arr Covington I a in I I y mM r Winchester P P - -- J sB n Arr Cincinnati MAYSViLLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND -- z a mi P Lve Cincinnati Lve Coviugtssi 33 Â¬ 3 FR Â¬ complished by a tiinelv use of 11 B B Bo tanic blood Halm -- end to Blood Balm Co Atlanta for book of most convincing proof r at Cape May James Hill Atlauta Oh writes v two Tin body of aa acrobat named Mur- - sons were afflicted with blood poison IIwhich doctors said was hereditary They both broke iTisah wa- found in the river at Chicago iei woiirtis on the bead indicate mur out In sores and eruptions which B B BÂ¬ His prtrer West is suspected by promptly controlled aud dually cured completely tbv i lice who are oolu for him Mrs S K Williams Handy Texas writes My three poor afflicted children who In- Â¬ herited blood poison have Improved lapidiy To Organize a Haw Party The Farmers Alliano and tho after a use of B B B It is a Godsend1 J Knights of Ialsi- - of South Dakota havo Feb R Wilson Glen Alpine Station N C 13 1885 Bone and blood poison iecided to organise a new political party forced me to writes my let amputated and on h ive the slump there came a large nicer which grew worse every day until doctors gave me A Cass cf Yvlow revsr only lit when S Marine Hospital lltircau to die toI take B welchednud 1 pounds Increas- I Tho I began B II bottle ed my weight to I8u pounds and mm Tas been notified of a raw of yellow sound and well I uever knew what ir od lever brought on a vessel from Ilraiil 51 51 health was before Â¬ light Â¬ TnK t President and family will - sum- - J Lexingtoa Ph Arr Milersburg wswawaaw 700 m y is ps 6iz pin 636 450 P ry p 505 pm pn lr j W CSC Summer Tours Lew Alpra fe SOUTH BOUND Lve Msysville o v m I H iRfM 1 Arr Pans I Millersburs Lexington m l 835 iml I llllimatl aud 11 -- I lm Â¬ Â¬ WTO MACKINAC Palace Stcamch3 OETR Ran Sundays only and make Runs daily from Lexington to Leaves Lexington 1WX s m Arrives 1 Kzeept Snt -- Lev lkl p it Arrives -- Leiwes Kalmouth axt r the Direct Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 i em M wTnoaaa Tniiii telui Â¬ Royal Baking atc Sly iJNAC ISLAND IlaTTlaTt Uiea IrUrfcMft I ABSOLUTELY PIRE jzm Powder DETROIT Opsstsl Sundi v Trips ituriu by ycavtlin- - AD CLEVELAND Ju j sad Ausus PAMPHLrTS s Our and ajsasMS iLLUSTAT5 Bstoi E H r - a VW1TC0 THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON ri iiisheh Wm G kvilKY - - Editor kincsdat by The Climax Printing White Ciias S Co Powell riilCE PKIt YEAR Wednesday 150 11 1890 - - - Joae Democratic Ticket CLERK COURT OF APPEALS WW LONG MOOR of Harrison County MB rolNTV JUDGE JOHN C CHEXAl LT FOR IXIXT CKERK L W HILL HK OOOKTY A J A SlLLIVAN SHERIFF FOB J W BALES FOR JAILER JOHN F WAG FoK ASSESSOR JOELT EMBKY FOR SllKKINTKMiKNT SCHOOLS MRS A T MILLION FOR SURVEYOR J A G willia FOR CORONER B DUD MILLER ElTlinn Firtit Monday in Aurust 1 MM 1 Hok TaamtM W Mn Jin id il aUl i riih inm kinj of thai He royally enterliNl siilK iily tained the ln tin at sapper B8C-ti- -n Â¬ tku ion of is KOBEKTStlN H1XS Tliir 1 Paperiar Ciirt listri t Convention vi ill Meet in I I faftfcwi h J Younv of Mt Merlin 1iviit of lari aiil Bob Mi- - illThere an- 4i cmn The iii lii ttim arc that Rolx rtton will win All three are men pl THE NEW SENATOR 11 KK0M kEMTCKY Carlisles aliilitiea emi- n lit ly fit liim lor Benin1 in the N nate t him at no distant Uv ail h to take a position in that ImkIv recalling tin- - might have been expected It has had a reputation for respectability and intelli- Â¬ gence Why should it le so dishonest and i as to oompan Rabart E Laa to aaaaaari AnioM The elitr who wrote those lines must have blushed for himself a-- he wrote them ami the honest ink must have grown ale with hauie at being forced to lend it self to such unworthy sentiments Arnold and Ia c Could not the same parallel have oon drawn h a liritish jKn bahaeea Wash ington and Arnold And the hare suggestion of the comparison is enouirh to make the blood boR in the veins of a loyal American In his address at the lay ing of the corner stone of the Washington memorial arch in New York yesterday Mr George William Curtis qaotod the memorable words of Washington at the begiaaiag of the convention which final ly adopted tne constitution Let us ni e a standard he said to which the w i e and honest can repair- - the event is in the hands of Gad Do not tin so words contain a suggestion to day for all true atriots a solution for all the problems of the present all the dangers of the future Why should we spend our strength in fighting phantoms ghosts of the dead ast which are only visihle to excite and disordered imagination- - The South doe- - aat want to linger likcOld Mortality in the graveyards of the pa t ireat du ties call to her in the present and she is n that never yet turned her hack on duty What she is concerned in doing what all sections an concerned in doing is in raisini m standard to which the wise and honest can repair and this done we can confidently leave the event in the hands of God The Smth has not aliandoncd that standard in erectim a monument to a man whose genius private character are worthy of the homage and reverence of the whole Tnion and the North may Ik- sure that if time of trial ever comes to this country she will show by deeds that apeak louder than words that Wa hingtons exhortation ha- - besa remeuiliered There is one tiling certain If the South sinned she lias bitterly aton Â¬ ed for bar error in losses humiliations and sorrows such as few countries have ever had to lcar In spite of them ill she has risen triumphant over her misfortunes and has repaired hi a uar ker of a centurv the ravages of a war that would have left its soars for centuries up Â¬ on a less in lomitahle icople And she ha done all this too in the face of hostile legislation and relentless oliti al persecution Northern critics Bead BOt orry themseivi s sJbaat the South If like a crah she could go backwards she might perhaps ha able to wmk her way to the rancor and batteraeaa of the past as sonic of them have succeeded in doing Bat while clierisliinga tender regard for her historic heroes her face is sot lo the future which is fuil of glory and honor and icatncss and the time may come when the real of the country will rise and call her blessed llattiinon Sim Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ be brought forward on whom Adam can lay the poHthal abai of the country But Eve may be brought in to help purify and help Adam to a know ledge of free ipivernment and maatbe if he ever wants true and just laws enforced Money and injustice never yet suet ceded in hringing abmt tranquility Yoii may cry parity parity but there will In no purity in pol itics as long the the pure are excluded and only the less pure are augmented in polities and the aorerBiag power No question can Ik- settled finally until set- Â¬ tled right that is upon a basis of justice Negro shivery was a wrong that agitated this country for years and and would not down until settled rightly The civil and jiolitica slavery of women will not he settled until she is restored to all the rights of her citizens and is acknowledg ed the equal of man in the State no less than the home The men who frame the new constitution should le men who are abreast of the times who will give Kentucky a code of laws that will place her among the foremost States in the union in lKimr just and generous to all her citizens Ineapeetin of sex ReapectfoJry M aky B Clay Yice Pros Ky Ijjtial Rights Aaaa - Jm Grippe seems to have reappeared in a decidedly objectionable form This time the eyes are the object of attack the preliminary syintoins Ivoinj a constant state of tearfulness tallowed by an inflammation which in some cases is exceeding ly painful and even disabling Â¬ Â¬ L0TS EVERYONErORNER LOT Only a Limited Quantity on Hand and for Sale Only by The jury in the caw ell of New Albany der of the Jew peddler bovine in Bol litt county last sutr nier returned a verdict of guilty sad fixed the punishment in the onitcntiarv for life His partner in the crime was hung by a mob Â¬ Â¬ of Thomas MitchInd for the mur- Â¬ This new and excellent and more popular day by day BRILLS SHOES 250 shoe is equal to any 350 shoe It grows more EVERYBODY LIKES IT THAT TRIES IT FOU MEN AND WOMEN Â¬ Â¬ Df 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 of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by theueof Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before Tie and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1SS6 A W GLEASON STATE OF OHIO City or Toledo Lucas County s s Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner HJStreng You arc at liberty to make a thorough examination before purchasing No argument necessary to prove to vou that our LOTS ARE BARGAINS as we arethe only ones that have EVEEY PAIR GUARANTEED Cheney THE Lots of Bargains LOT NO 1 NEWEST -- HATS Consists of Ladies and Childrens Jersey Ribbed Vests at 15c apiece 10000 I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER MrCKEAKY In Congress Gov McCrary has taken high rank and is recognized as a Demo- Â¬ cratic leader ZjsbmmBi 7V- as lion Tames P McCreary aajaoaneed as a candidate for Congress in the Eighth Iistrict Be baa served his constituents with marked ability and untiring devo Â¬ tion to their interest and should be re eriastaa elected without oppoaitfon Â¬ If he has opiHisition it will lie merely No one will enter the race nominal against him with the slightest expectation Xichoiaitvillt Journal of winning The Mt Vernon signal wiys that Gov McCreary is a grand Democratic editorial himself and w ill be re nominated by ac lamatioii Thats what flBawif Jtmr not CONCERNING FARMERS aseaaorieaof by pone statesmen ofa ainU CARLISLE r in Batten that haaln A NOR AXS MEWS I mint ing to url S SHOI nai Convention nut at n Monday to Dominate a in Carl Wo to Hm John int before tl Fiht v ntioii On the 7th ballot Hoa III- lrait o and irant wa- - mt o Hon Theodore Hal- half lam and lud e Jaaaea OHarra bota oi Th tn 1 I Covunrton ii VI linen l i Let the win FLIXTS Â¬ lICK k- till the iiibt election The Keiillean have no annonne-lidatea hnt they have Bpeedjr facilities for patting them ad the- trail when the time comes Ivinoerats must not tc caught napping Orjraniae pet rst the Jiekets into eump and While we have the ailviili let ns hold it We I officer and the entire musty officer to elect Mention Uter to your neLhUir ami tell him to hi- - next oeiprhljor about it See that thoae who havent time and eonvev- A little heap aatpiy provided from eejaaaaK the work and make it light A mg vote is Â¬ - - no A Many a tim lUkatV aaeaaa fellow lHiiiocratie vote in August will deter the enemv next time ECHOES OK PAIiTlsAX Fl KY i eseaes lein oiMi aiaaiae healthy Home of the partisan lJeptibliean papers in the North have not yel re overed from the shock to their sensitive patriotism oe oiied by the erection of a statue lo lx e and the display of the Confed Â¬ erate ri a York accompanied its illustration of the am nion at Itiehmond with the iiKjni they die in vain ami Is the rel fl privileged to preach sedition and the Anarchist haiip- - for it The Philadelphia North American heads a hitter cii thai I m flaaii tari had why not -Arnold oii of ti smeii at Arlington and the Washington Sldiers Hoine ye4erilay alao toxk oeeMfaai to Htiek bitterly of the Ix e demonstnition their wonls of liate contrasting atiarply witli the patriotism ami rood feeling shown by the Smtheru orator in lii scholarly address at Richmond To the honor of the country le it Haid sueli UtteBjBjOBlc thes are exceptions to flag general rood sense and moderation which have charaeterze1 the expressions of even the await uncompromising f Repnbli They are worth MtJefcaj only jis showing hat leagfhl jrejudice and iaHsion will carrj- - people who arc suioM d to hi in it minds or at 1mm wlio an-- er- mitte U be 1 large and to uke part i n ry lay life There are luonatloailie ho ran- in nature as to form curioi and ropufniaist tie moral eni- hm still interesting hilosojdiical point of view Ihxe h great i ountrv enjoy rfe-t ing peaee and tammmBmj with prohahlv not a single disloyal heart to Iniid in the hreast of it ixty millions of in- v on advancing the atacae ami niapwRi and use a statue to a dead Sutheni Â¬ 1 iiv 1 - In forming a State Constitution accord the conceived idea of right Un people of the country all the adult of sound mind should have a voice as the State is aaBBOtved into its original elements All just governments m- formed ly- the coinvrt of the govern--- l the jKHiplean- thoonly true Btmree of till power These are the two great principles ujHin which our government wastoaadnd I would ask Mr fkaraam if Ulieving these sources true what right have men who are only one half of the ople io make lawsand establish a govl ernment by which the rights of life lib erty and pursuit ofhapBCBCBi of the other the adult people are to Ik- - determ ined and ruled The women of the state and of the I iiitod states Have women no rights as BBch that men fare lmund to respect iti this nineteeiith eenturv After nearly a hundred years of injustiee and oppress ion of men toward women in their civil and political liberty dm s Mr buriiam think them still unfit in character or in iollcct to take pOBBBBBQB of their rightful inheritaace a boa be has been willing to give the luillot to the masculine people of every grade of character and intellect rem the Indian savage the negro slave to the males of every nation and yet to believe women aat eaaabhi of self government IVrhaaw Mr Baaaaai does not know that women were among the char ter iroprietors of the Colonies and some of them cast the free hold votes for whole counties ami towns and that as citizens f States voted for the first four Presidents of the 1nited States and that the right has ban partly restored to them in Kan sas in the municipal ballot and in n States they now have the ballot to sonic extent on school matters even in Kentuokv women have a scrap of the right Will Madison county send a man to the Convention who would B net thai little scrap of liU rty from the women of Kentucky The United Stati s Senate for wveril years have doomed the subject worthy of a eaBnnattoe to consider mr laim Senator lbcir Blair Mnh Stan fonl Palmer ami many nthfaail ibji ail M H ates there The House cominittivhave just reaartod favorably the bill ton store to the women of the country theircitizens right t vote The admission of Wyom ing M a State with full BbbTbbBB for Wo nieu was jiassed by the HaaBB by almrt a unanimous fata of the liepubheans all Raaaae badaad I may say the worldfoels this impulse of right and justice to wo men Kentucky men must Wake up ami ad men to the State Convention who look at the world from a stand jMiint of seventy five years ago but rather w ho look ahead that far and who will devise such an one as will accord with the of the United Stutos so that there will Ik- no neseessity for making another in a few years which it will liave Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ twen-tv-soveÂ¬ Â¬ - Covington Arnold c Pro have Bold 200 bushels of blue grass -- ceil at 7 cents jkt bushel to be shipped to eorope John Arnett sold at Yerstiilles to John Kmbry of Jessamine county aboat IMK lambs ot 8692J per head delivered in Cincinnati The Directon of the Jussamine Coun ty lair Company have decided upon August 13th I tth and 15th as the dates to hold their Fair A Lmisville Southern train killed nine mules at one lick in Woodford Fence in your lands thats county what you got your damages for A trust has been formed at Atlanta to buy up the crop on twenty thousand acres planted in meUona this year The to sell proposes trust the crop throughout the North It is said that the yield will be 10i00 ear loads valued Â¬ LOT NO 2 Consists of Ladies Jersey Ribbed Vesta Notary Public at 25c apiece Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly uxn the blood and LOT NO 3 mucous surfaces of the system Send for Consists of a Good Standard Calico at testimonials free 5c per yard KJ CHENEY CO Toledo O LOT NO 4 Sold by Dniggists 75 cts Consists of Good Bleached Domestic at 71c per yard Louisville Tobacco Market LOTS NO 5 C AND 7 By Cilover Durrel Louisville Tobacco Consist of the Best Ladies Hose in the Waie House country at 10 15 and 25c a pair Sales on our market for the week just LOTS NO 8 AND 9 closed amount to 2664 hhds with receipts Consist of Elegant Ladies Handkerchiefs Sales for the same period of 1627 hhds at 5 and ioc a piece on our market since January 1st amount LOT NO 10 to 66177 hhds Sales of the crop of 1889 Consists of Handsome Challies at 5c per on our market to this date 36769 hhds yard Our market this week has shown inLOT NO 11 creased activity with an advancing ten dency The setting of the new crop is Consists of Beautiful Satteeasat 120c per unusually small for he time of year and yard this fact is beginning to have its effect on LOT NO 19 We find it necessary to advance Consists prices of a No Quality India Linen quotations en some grades at ioc per yard The following quotations fairly repreLOT NO 10 sent our market for burley tobacco crop Consists of Lovely Dreca Goods at of 1SS0 per yard Trash Dark or dunaged tobacco 250 LOT NO 14 to 350 Consists of 36 inch Henriettas at 25c per Colory Trash 350 to 700 yard Common Lugs not colory 100 to 5 50 Colory Lugs 700 to 10 00 LOT NO 15 Common Leaf 850 to 000 Consists of 40 inch Henriettas at oc per Medium to Good Lealtooo to 17 00 yard Good to Fine Fillers 17 00 to 2500 LOT NO 1C Select Wrapper Tobacco 25 to 2800 Consists of a handsome Line of Suitings at 650 a pattern I Seal V J The Latest Styles in Goods and Make 49-5- 2- A LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion gjsaShSave money by calling on 30- - The undersigned Trustees of white Common School District No 28 in Richmond Ky hereby give notice that an election will be held at the Court House Â¬ POWELL Public I0B1OLIVER PLOWS W -- A 1 in Ricnmondon Â¬ Saturday 21st day oi June 90 Between the hours of I oclock p m and 7 oclock p m to ascertain whether the white and qualified voters of said School District or a majority ot them will ratify or reject the provisions of the law of the General Assembly of this Commonwealth approved May 2o iSi3 en titled an Act for the benefit ot white School District rumber twenty eight o Madison count That act is in the words and figures following to m 1 i2c BE B HOT UTER i BBBBBBBBLtS CHAPTER An Act Jjf it of the 1657 jjjrP Local Produce Markets Richmond Ky June II LOT NO 17 Consists of Cassimeres at 35c per yard LOT NO 18 Consists of Camlet Cotlonade at 12 per ard CORRECTED ARNOLD BY COVINGTON WEEKLY GROCERS MAIN ft BRO STREET RICHMOND KY for the benefit of white School District number twenty eight of Mad ison county cntu ted by th li lsl - 1890 Coimnon--ealt- 2 Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs j 25 3 C nSugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country 8n ioc Cured Butter 15c Chickens 2 00300 Eggs Ssc at Wheat 85c The roort of the State Commissioner Flour 2 25 of Agriculture 00 announces the wheat Corn per barrel 4ofVoc crop in very fair condition there having Hay per 100 His Oats in sheaf per 100 lts 40c been too much rain up to the first week Lard Sc in June Reason ably good headway baa Tallow 3ffVfC liecii made with tobacco plants The Beeswax 151 o 2o rye crop is in good condition but abort Feathers Meal 65c in acreage The oats crop is four weeks Feed Oats ic late riss is in excellent condition Orchard Grass 25 meadows being exceptionally fine 25 Jar German Millet Timothy Seed 75 dena in fair to middling good condition Clover Seed f 2 The Savannah iai News gives a Oats in sheaf 7 gloomy new of the fruit prospect in that Choice blue grass sel section Iist year the peaches and water Â¬ Peri top seed Sweet Fotatoes 00 melons were in that market the fiat week Iri li Potatoes o in May hut this year it will be the midWoo ifji 22c dle of June before either reach market in any quantity The cold snap late in the LIVE STCCE MASEET SEPOKT Reason set the fruit back several weeks By GRKSra A BMBBT and in some places it was a total loss Not Li Stock CmniniKsion Meraaaatsal itieiii nali Uuiou Slixk Yi ntsauil Coviuglou more than one third of a crop of peaches Stock Vanls will In- raised in Georgia and Florida and these will be of a poor quality whilst Cincinnati Ohio June 9 1S00 the blackberry eropfeahnoata total iail SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra un 4 op Fair to Good 4 40 The following showa the receipts of to Â¬ Common and Rough 2 7 5 a1 bacco on the several western markets Good to Extra Oxen 4 ooti from January 1 to June 1 URO and the Fair to Good Oxen 3 6o8 25 stocks on each of the markets on June 1 Common and Rough BUTCHER CATTLE URO ioui ville 4070i hhds Cincin4 5 4 nati 25G2 St Louis 24a Clarksville Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 4 22079 Bonkinavflle2aa Nashville Extra Fat Steers W 4 4 711 Total RMS5 hhds Maytield Fair to Good Steers 4 Stocks on the several western market- - Good to Extra Cows 58 3 so 3 June 1MB o77 stocks on thcsevcral Fair to Good Cows Common Cows 2 00 western markets June I issti 55941 Rough Cows and Oxen 25 Stocks on the Louisville niarke fane 1 BULLS Mm stocks on the Louisville mar 7c Best Shipping ISWt 211 s7 ket June Best Bologna 2 6o 2 75 Repot ta from various parts of the coun Fair Bologna 2 401 2 0 2 251try indicate that Texas and California are Fair to Good Feeders 1 501 Common and Thin 1 90 about the only States in which fair crops FEEDERS AND STOCKERS of peaches will Ik- gathered this year In Extra f 4 lofS 421 the great jK ach growing counties of the Goodto Good Steers Fair Steers 3 otti 4 c Eastern Shun of Maryland and Delaware Good to Extra Heifers 3 251 jo the crop is rejiorted to be almost a total Common and Thin Stickers 2 50111 3 00 A similar reort comes from diffailunCOWS AND CALVES ferent jioints along the Atlantic soaboanl Best Grades 35 ooi40 00 Fair to Good from Connecticut to ticorgia which lat25 0033 00 Common 12 ooe20 00 ter State in recent years has produced Best Veal Calves 5 7511 6 00 some large erOfB of very fine peaches Fair to Good 5 00 4 751 The peach belts oi Illinois and Michigan Common and Heavy 3 50 4 00 will also disapjHiiiit the growers this year HOGS The crop in California and Texas Select Butchers 3 6ff 3 70 to le fine but the fniit will lie costly Fair to Good Packers 3 55 3 65 Extra Light 3 oe 3 65 when it reaches this part of the country Good toPigs Light 3 75g 3 25 and n artery m In- compared in Juiciness SPRING LAMBS and flavor with the product of our East Extra 7 io 7 25 era Shore or Washington county orchards SBCTIOH iji LOT NO 1 Consists of all Linen Towels at 10c a piece LOT NO 20 Consists of Beautiful Curtain Material at c per yard 12 m 1 5J 752 LOT NO 21 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a boy from 5 to 12 years old at 200 LOT NO 22 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes for a boy from 12 to iS years old at 500 LOT NO 83 Consists of a Ciood Suit of Clothes for a man at 500 1 1 LOT NO 24 Consists of a Good Suit of Clothes man at J 50 for a iJ 1 TOT NO 25 Consists of a G00J Suit of Clothes for a man at ioco Â¬ LOTS 86 27 AND 88 Consist of a Suit of Clothes for a man 18 at 1250 Cannot be 5 and bought for less than 5 more 01 the suit anywhere in America - LOT NO 89 Consists of a Ladys Dongola Button Shoe at 150 LOT N 30 Â¬ lot n Consists of Ladies at 550 Consists ol a Ladys Custom made Dongola Button Shoe at 2 worth 2 50 Â¬ 31 Dongola Button Shoes woith 375 LOT NO 32 Consists of Childrens Shoes Spring Heel Dongola Leather sizes S to 12 at i 1 LOT NO 33 Consists of Misses Dongola Button Shoes Spiing lleelssies S to 12 at 165 worth 200 Â¬ LOT NO 34 Consists of Mens Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at 150 World Beaters Â¬ LOT NO 35 Consists af Mens Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at 2 00 Hummers - Â¬ LOT NO 3G Consists of Mens Cordovan LOT NO 37 Consists of Mens Hats Congress Gaiters or Balmoral Shoes at 275 This is a regular Corner Lot at 75c A regular Richmond Common School Disttict f Madison county known as Common School District number twenty eight white be and they are hereby authorised and empowered to issue the bonds ot said school district to an amount not exceeding the sum of twenty thousand dollars for the purposes hereinafter set out said bonds shall run for twenty ears and shall bear not more than six per cent interest per annum pavable semi annually at the Far- Â¬ mers National Bank of Richmond Kentucky and shall be of the denomination of not less than one hundred dollars each Suction Two That these bonds may by the said Trustees be sold and the pro ceeds thereof shall be used for the build ing of one or two school houses in said school district and for furnishing the same and to raise the money to redeem said bondi a tax of not exceeding two dollars tier capta and twenty cents ad valorem on eacli one hundrea dollars worth of all the lalable property in sad school district shall be lei ied tor each year until the bonds and interest on same described in section one of this act shall have been paid oil and cancelled and this tax when collected shall be first used in paying the interest 01 said bonds The said Trustees Suction Three shall appoint the Assessor for the tcwu o Richmond to assess the property of said school district and he shall also asstss th pols within said school district and this assessment shall be made at any time the said Trustees may appoint but the property of the colored people in said school district shall not be assessed or taxed under this act neither shall any poll tax be collected ol any colored man living in said school district for the purposes ot this act Said Trustees shall Section Four have the power to appoint a Collector to collect said taxes and to him they shaii deliver a correct and certified copy of said list taking his receipt for same baid Collector shall execute bond with approved security in the sum of live thousand dol lars for the faithful discharge of his duties but it shall be ttie duty of the Trustees to appoint the Collector of the town of Rich moud to collect the taxes under this act provided they can agree with him as to his compensation and if this can not be done then they are to appoint a Collector as abo e set out It shall be the duty of Section Five the county superintendent of common schools in and for the county of Madison to pay over to the Board of Trustees of said school district all the moneys accruing to said school district out ot ttie public funds oi the State as now directed by haw which money shad be used only 10 pay teachers of the common school branches Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Oni of Kentifhy That the Trustees General Assembly f SSfcv sKf VI alL L m W ion saXjzz SHACKELFORD --- GENTRY OF- - DEALERS IN ALL KINDS Hardware Tinware Woofienware AND WAGON House FurnisMiig Goods BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds at- - N1W11KMIF0RIVIEN0NLY J E J S HAGAfi Successors to Ilagan 4 Chenaull Second Street next to old Garnett Ilouse NEW GROCERIES LOW PRICES CAREFUL ATTENTION AND Lives of poor men oft remind us Honest toil dont stand a chance The more we work we have behind us Bigger patches on our pants SiuL But if these same men would do their trading at the Racket Bargain Store they would soon save enough money to buy a pair of new trowsers in said school Â¬ LOT NO 38 Consists of Mens Hats Building Site ati LOT NO 39 Consists of Mens Hats at 125 an position of the high prices of others exÂ¬ - LOT NO 40 Consists of Mens Hats at Worlds Fair 2 a regular RELIGIOUS The Old Baptists w ill hold a meeting at the Pinnacle on the 2th anil L1Hli of June 4th Saturday and th Sunday at which the rite of foot washing will le ohsarved mite a liumlier of our folks will attend Btitttiiilh Eatttjrm EM J s Bweeney has ratal tad a letter from his brother Eld Zaeh T Sweeny Consul to Constantinople in which he state that he has been granted a three months vacation and that he will visit his relatives in Indiana and Kentuukv Pmrit hi The Vestry of Christ Church at a meeting Friday appointed Bay W C Barnes lakiliuit Hector He is the only son of Rev Geo O Barnea Mr Barnes will hold services at Christ Chun h mi every Sunday afbxnoea and every Thurs day evening Â¬ Â¬ LOT NO 41 Consists of Full Regular Balbriggan Shirts for men at 50c f fraarbaarrhnnriaiBnthBl abb open for justice to done ajnanam Will U- - li RaTB LOT NO 42 Consists of Mens Peppered Drill ers at 50c Draw- Â¬ LOT NO 43 Consists of Mens Ovcrshiits at 50c LOT NO 44 Consists of Mens Flannel Shirts at 75 cts the flag of a nment is displayed we liid they die in b a quest mdk facts reveals poasibilitie- - so artaaadaax ia the linleeaneaaaato vmijpicte y ujrset rj that nature abboma vacuum n hearatdiriek of -- one of these men and san- und on which th was that of upholding jd Hefeudjnj eoiiHtitiitioual law ver- WBing it as ti Tl- archiate h tb tal vacuum aria -- peal to a higher law than the coxtitution andtoanb Â¬ Jjtuie unwritten ianeui oi tlr Southern men still lag l hind the car of ml look bo further than their nosi s When ull the States surniunding this an- placing greater liU rty iu the hands of women are Kentiukians going t still further degrade their women hv fonninjr a Constitution inflicting the infa meaa punishment of disfraiu hisement upon them Mr Burnain says this government is founded on the great right ol the franchise and he would leave nothing undone which he could pceaRwy do t by the liest agencies experience had shown to l to its futun purity in the State dot has beengrrea t black white Icivilizetl males xiM rience of a hundred shown tltat neither the SUttoflicials have been an v purer bv these fresh extensions of franchise to The ludf of the people un represented and deprived of their freo- are the sex who an-- admit re largely possess the re liginai and moral i ionjeiits of aadety and arc excluded from all jwrt in the purifica--tat- e and air weald When then can i seek purity nr when will he get en this lump of maacnlinity For a a hundred yean d all t an Â¬ Â¬ Both the Biethod and results n Byrap of Fi3 is lalea ii ii pleas u aud lefresliiug t the laate auil ac gently yet promptly on the Kidney Liver and Bowtls ceatse3 tic sy teni effectcally dwjiels coiIs brad ecfaea and fevers aid chips habit l Ceftter CBm ccnslijiation Syraji of Fig- - i t Will you PMase announce that Pee only remedy of it- kind ever Jlolcombc the Convertiil Gamb duced pleasuig to the Usta and ler will begin a protracted meetccptalile to the atstaaeh prompt in ing at the Mctiiotlist church on its action and truly bcnckial ia i Thursilay June 1l Bretybody is effects prepared only from th conlially brvRed to attend from the be- healthy and agreeable Gubstaasee i ginning mauy excellent qualities commend t Mesons Evans to all and have made it tic popular remedy kaotro An unusual accident hapjiened to Len Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Kirkjiatrick on Monday as he waa reand Si bottles by all leading dm j turning from Lexington in company gusts Any reliable druggist who with his cousin Miss Carrie Kirkjiatmay not hare it on baud will pro rick A numlH r of bundles in the lot cure it promptly any one who tom of the buggy took fire from wishes to try it Do not accept any and the yonng ladys dress was substitute wsn aiilaze Both wen severely burnCALIFORNIA Fie SYRUP CO ed and th mat and top burned SAN CAL 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fr Secretary of State And it will be seen that br section six not only white males of lawful af qualified to vote but all women who are Tao Oldest aad Strongest Americrr LOT No not married and who are 21 years old and Goiarues Consists of Torchon Laces at 15 20 and own property in the district are author ized to vote 25c for 12 ard nieces NOIiTll AMERICA Charles Hunley and Presley Smith are LOT NO 49 hereby appointed Judges of said election Si IViiVIUIli Coaaistc of a Line of Trunks at prices and P H Suiiivan Clerk and in case of never before named the inability ol either to act a ub CONNECTIt will be appointed on the day and prior to LOT NO 50 the election Before acting said officers PENNSYLVANIA Consistsof hundreds of other Lots of which w ill take an oath before some officer duly NIAGARA qualified to administer the same fairly and we have not the room here to impartially to discharge the duties of their make mention said offices and they will on the Monday GERMANIA following the election return the poll books MERCHANTS Come to our irreat lot sale kept by tnem to the undersigned for action and you will carry away with you a authorized bv the statute aforesaid All peions who shall vote at said Lots of Lots that you will never tion not qualified so to do subject elec Â¬ ROCK have he opportunity to buy again selves to ill the fines and penalties im laat Dont forcet our orfiiP ta nt by the General Statutes of Ken Farmers National Bnk ishing illegal voting As the ma of great importance a full vote HHIKF BRNAM sired and expected LOT NO 45 Consists of Mens Flannel Shirts at LOT NO 4i Consists of Mens Half Hose at 25c LOT NO 47 Consists of Mens Half Hose at 25c Section Six This act shall take ef ect and be in full lorce as soon as the same shall be ratified by a majority of all the white and qualified voters ot said school district at an election to be held within one hundred and twenty days after the passage of this act Said election is to be held at the time and places fixed bv the Trustees of said school district and ot this election twenty days notice shad be given by printed advertisements in the Climax and Richmond Register and ail women who are not married and who are twenty one years of age and who own property in this school district shall be We have the goods and the prices entitled to vote and if a majority of hose voting are in favor of this tax then the You have the money You want provisions of this act shall be carried the goods and wo want the money It is understood that Section Seven the object of this act is to give to the cit It is easy to make a trade when izens of said school district a better school both parties are willing building or buildings and this act is not to in any way iiUertcie with the common school law now applicable to said school district but only voik in connection with the same W T COX pro tern Speaker House of Representatives D H SMITH pro tern Speaker of the Senate Work Shirts from Suspenders from Afford Socks from Handkerchiefs iive us i trial All we Gallon Coffee Pot waul is for you to come and see us Three papers of Iins for we know youll Four dozen best Hooks and Eyes Best English Needles two papers Two Balls White Darning Cotton TEE BEST GOODS LOOK AT THESE PRICES 25 cents up m larka is Come Again cents up 5 cents up 2 for Sc ft up 18 cents 5 cents ents 5 cents 5 cents 6 First Doof Above Farmers Bank 4S- - 3FtICI3C3WJOIiiri3 liliioi -- Gcunt -- Fair Association QT7T3T- - TENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT 3 1 Approved May By the Governor 20 1S90 M S B Geo BUCKNER Adams llNOUKilNLHiRirHMONn BURNAM HUME kV vsi x aw i w xcj tATnt o loyu The following stakes and purses WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH TO BE COMPETED STAK TBASLDTO STAS35S in h 5o added bv licats best lwo To a FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR drfi yea 1890 t 00 00 eea I CO a iniliU XEVSSE STASSS For joo added by Association best two in three veer olds oclaj- - mte heai- II d- - I750 to accompany nominati 750 payable July 15 and 10 to start to be paid on day pre Five to fill and three to as follows Sitv per -- BOTTOM RATES oven aii u r t Alt L ARBUGKLE Secretary tvi I H J ironev only Pc Address ail c I SHELBY IRVINE President 3Sm- - a STREN6 Â¬ G W hoitmittt Darxxrai LQWSVILU FRANOiO Seller ol Lots ol Bargains 46- - Pickels Chtnn Rowland KY HVH YOSK HY N Taylor J I Trustees N B Tobacco Barna Country Btorws and Millinjj property specialties 33 3 BU 9K giji aH r rSSEV M K3 The Ceasas mauuil last week the census ta-their work on Monday ami 11 1880 Wndassday they are finding no rhihln paw The aw so numerousand of such a Squire James P Ford died iu Wood nature that sometimes several hours are fur county consuine1 in taking one mans li t Then- an ten enumerators for this Public sale and nulling OB Saturday by county Capt P p Baflard I N Hill L H C HareA liowles for Kichmond prtrinct A Mrs Adolphua Mountjoy died sudden Â¬ Klak Foxtown iwen Crews Union P ly in AiiU rvii couniy P Adams Elliston T J Gohbard John Loans Hade Jams Lutes Bill Letcher has won anothwrao Kirksville iumn for full account Wm Tayior Million and Poosev 11 I IJ iyhurn V lwc Mr- riny Coinraon Plfas Court who Clerk W H Miller reports ta Mr Harvey Ellison is out after 0dm iikm-hs anl looking better cases file1 jury fees again apjK als fines e Mar County Clerk Tboraa reporia taxes on deada anott-n the VLCtsy i licenses suits etc since W Main street March S77V rabit locatasaa - S Daniel vs the Madison County Ir until recently Fair Iiel away K N I A nt tlfrk is taanpatB- K Ii vs Wm Arnold Ivputy li ounty Clerks Oil continued to October term K T Powell i Co vs Madison County Mr Pope received a carinas of Dserinaj - rbmittedL Jodgaaent for K7 with Twine Kinder an in intereat bom August IflBf Appeal r twine SB Saturday A large amount of business nam Wn rr will sell you a nund- - transact ed K C July 4th to r the The Cirrni Still With Is i ft mnt of r14 The Bbj Chief Medicine Company conclave Knights of Pythias commenced their second weeks engage Â¬ ilmwwmaeBwtgkm ment hem Monday night by presenting Institute BBSS very pu- n st part and a complete niilcl every day of of programme From the oih-iicloaed Tliere were If-ight the audiences have steadily increased hath in quality ami quantity which is not to bn wondered at taking ilie Hunley receive a pi - owl In into consideration the excellence of the Inn a ever performance During the past week the owl Tin lire extrvmelv tent was visited by some of the best of the city and as this is the last we advise all who - anil Mr Beckham in charge week of their stay desire a hearty laugh and a thoroughly Stony Ran and Ford turnpike con totally devoid of vuln in town Saturday evening good performance They think tbe garity to take advantage of the big ij rt progrew fej irt of September Chief Medicine Show and juiy it an early visit n ceived a letter from Lock Xo fi ix rablc Cassiu M Clay declining k here am the 4tb of July on ac Â¬ apt J A Monday baa completed the count ii hi increased years but wrote stone work on lock No ii ncarOrcgon and the work is done in a highly satisfac advice to tbe colored peepl i rnt tory manner This - abowt the finest and boat built lock in the river It wls le - I A A- sanlyean ago but the first con iit- - Annual fiawor ialioil tractor failed and nothing more was done in the House of Rcpn until NovemlH r IMS when apt Mon Â¬ Frankfort on Wednesday Tlmrs day nndertiKik the conqiletion of tin 1 ii Vitk Will and 27th work Most of the large stones were gramme and I bought in Indiana shipjed to Looisville by rail and towed up the Ohio and KenTo learners tucky rivers on Ina bantB When these of white taftcbem for pri-- atonea reached the lK k they repeaented a ill take panes on cost of aboot 22 pes yard apt Mun iliv in the months of July doya oontract price for the cmpletioa of Member Colored the work which consumed a vears time l Fi May in same months - IhjOOO rraaBM Smm THE CLIMAX Jus 1 Taylor to Howaid Masters S acres 40 John Kindred to Owen Rose 100 acres 1500 R F Pettus to Win Munday 0 50 G S Williams to Dr J Aver 43i acres 850 Dr J Avers to i HL Williams 20 acres l50u Jos Ballard to Jno W Rallard An love and affection TOWN LOTS I j 6 mond H Meyers to SI 000 S D J W Cnoke Rich- Â¬ -- Parish toC R Tudcr TltUU xi- SiKW Harvey Tomlin toJan black 90 Richmond Investment Co o I H butler 5000 H Powell to F B Parish 4000 E AV Powell to T B broadilus S500 A S Hisle to J D Atkins Elliston 800 J D Adkinsto W W Pigg 500 S V Rowlrnd to Wir Willis Richmond S4500 Â¬ l lias Received his Commission On la t Wednesday Benaaar John IVn Â¬ -- 1 I i V i i l - t Iurifd at lan ill lins f the late Mutber- ho died at his home in lr and niity some lays afterward were placed i few nilt in the lx xinirtoii cemetery removed to this city Monday ami in the lot in our eeiiietery which his famih List ul Narriar Licenses Issued During the Month c fMay IVIt to Saliie M Wiliiams Lakea to Mary 3 Stivers Juo W buard to Mary K Miller WinAnnie lx c W M Stewart to Price iaeoh M Haley to Esther M South to Ivliah lllir ll OdcaS to L A loi I hmliry Oat Kmhry who was sentenced to rwunmeat in the Lexing-iaitskill here at Wednes day i jail by order of M r Kmhry iuinic ami joined hi w lie II mchfttrr aniilv who live tliere Â¬ Km uflirers Mayor sad J J Brooks W CapertOB and Wm M Ballard as CoaBcilasea were sworn in on Monday They met J s Collins k Henrj r Treasurer Attorney and tmhaL They are all pjod men and the and oared for will BaaaMi a Fife The firm of Raanse A Oldham has ved the former Helling out his 4 to the latter Mr Baaaaajr and of Tomlinson File have tnelivin the Palace Dry Goods and the new firm will be llamsiy ISotli gentlemen are well known luht and have many Tbe invoice is aboas eoaapltaed and the dioirs will l e oMii in a day or two A the county Zulu Prince in Townn - udo Oihson i Prince Iroin ulu liind bi in Uichnioiiil and will deliver twi lectures on tin customs and manners of hi- - people lie at the courtdiouse Monday iiiLht and the other at the Ir riaw stre t Baptist church on Tuemlay The Prance ooanaa well meaaa-mentleby various psnaanii lb Id and weigh- - 1MI ilinds His -1 father is repotted t have U eu as large as an ox laaj lias Warks The new gas comjiany have purchased m ample lot iii the extreme lower end of the Powell addition near the ex KN LA B trestle and will begin at once tbe work efeoaatractiag an entirely new iknt It w ill have all the latent ami liest improvements and its capacity much greater than the present plant The U t to Ik- used in cjnstriH- uil Ie the result - oithelo ality will relieve Kniokand other ali i tares of gat works - bi4Sar GetHanc anvillei orrespondcnt of the Record -- ays A woman giving the aneof Omie bucas was bogging around e street- - Itedm id to en able her to get to Drowning Cr Madison count v ti tlmielildrcn irfiier akr Iin Hal llm Hall h riginalryfroaa that creek in hadU eii living in Shelby - past and that Mrs luldrenan but was Fatal ttaaaajaa m unable iraamanrt John Ciark r Min ran away Han nali wan ii soldier in He was a hi arm nt- - i Max ft i l Mr nett received from Washington his com mission as Worlds Fair Commissioner and it was signed in par by the President The Got simply nominates the commissioner for the State and they are subject to the ratification of the Presi dent whose assent is manifested by the issuance of the commission Tliere arc four commissioners from Kentucky Senator Bennett Hon James A McKenzie of Christian county Mr John S M rris of Loo bn ilk and Mr D MCoaningore of Covington The legislature adjourned without making any provision for Kentuckys repre sentation at the Worlds Fair at Chicago and it will remain for individual and corporation efforts to see the State well rep resented there by a great display of the new life and energy that wins to K-- in the air at present Sundays Courier Journal says It may not be out of the way to snggast to the Commissioners appointed by Gov Bock ner that they meet at once and formulate some plan uxn which they can concen trate all the Kentucky interests and le gin the work of accumulating funds and exhibits for that porpoac They will no doubt obtain the hearty enumeration and aunantaaoe of the Louisville Board of Trade the Commercial Club and the State Commercial Ix ague These organizations have strong machinery already in force which could lie put to work for that nanpoao and which would result in practical success Western Kentucky could no doubt lie inspired with zeal to show that all the development and all the enÂ¬ terprises hare not been concentrated in Eastern Kentucky and the rich corporations that have -- et themselves to develop Southeastern Kentucky cmild doobtieSS be relied upon to contribute largely to the sinews of war and to the attractive features of a display that would In- worth its weight in money to the State and to rrrtaiB localities There is no doubt that the display Kentucky made at the first Cotton Exposition at New Orleans resulted directly in the concentration of aliout The Cowing Tournament a million of dollars in capital at the Jcl On Saturday July 12th the State lico mines and indirectly in nearly all Meeting of the bicyclists will Ik- held in the investments that have since been Richmond It is the intention of the in Southeastern lx al club known as the Kufl Wheel made great stake to be Kentucky This is the played for and men to make it the largest meeting yet when the State Commissioners begin helil More than 900 visitors are expect as they ought to at once ed A number of medals and prizes their campaign they will find in the State a spirit decid amounting to 500 wfll be given There edly favorable to the carrying oi t of their will probably be a dozen races including distances froui i mile to o miles You plans can bet that the Ixiys will have to hump A Uuartctte of Commencements themselves to pull throrgh a 5 mQe race An nauortant factor in the composi in July tion of school commencements is the The Kuir Wliecmcn are practicing weather and it could not have been betdaily for theconte t Six of them rode ter than it has been the past ten days down to Clays Ferry the other day and No rain except on Monday no exces ate 0 poamdaof fish with Hens Young sive heat and not the usual amount of dust City Election Another relief has been the absence of Saturdays regular city election resulted in the re election of Mayor Collins Judge the usually large number of entertain Kiie and councilmeu Brooks Kfee and ments to crowd the nights and render Capcrton and the election of councilman n M from the days exercises impossible President Logan entertained the Senior ballard lass in his accustomed elegant style There was no contest save in the 4th ward where Mr Bosh Wallace ran These annual entertainments have been against Col Cajx rton who was the nomi a marked feature of the closing of CenThe lamented wife of nee of both juirties but the argument tral University the President set B gracious example was made on one hand that the Colonel nominated by Democrats could not 1m a and her lovely daughters follow in her Republican and on tbe other being Dom fiot teps Malison Female Institute led off with iuated by the Republicans he could not an able baccalaureate sermon on Sunday he a Democrat alr o that he did not want the office Mr Wallace was not the nom of last week by Rev H D Clark of Flegant etched invitaSterling inee of any party and the point w as made Mt tions the work of a Philadelphia artist that he represented the labor element while the other aspirant represented cap- had bean sent out and the Church was ital Aboot 900 Yoten were palled in the crowded Monday and Tuesday followward and Col Onpertona majority was ing the Institute chapel was thrown open for visitors to the art exhibit The slightly more than fifty class twenty eight in numlier had on It is understood that the council will make no change in thcapointive offices exhibition two hundred and ten paintings Miss Marie Harbor put forth the Prefers Some Other Way largest number 18 Miss Saliie brown barley Btythe hopes to escape the 15 Miss M Baldwin 14 Miss Eva Robuse of Madison M id is So donation for a erts 14 Miss Nannie Phelps of Fav haonkfaal the morning he is hung He ette county IS Miss Susan Vincent 9 Mi s lida Turner 0 Miss Bessie Turlcy writes an hereunder fi Miss LiHie Trihble Miss Eva Rey Coiimbis O June 5th nolds S Miss Maggie Powers i Miss Dkar Sir I have been informed that IS Miss Minnie Moore 3 your Club K nt me five dollars for the H Prewitt Miss Sue Hume L Miss Carrie Farley jmrpose of deflating the exj ense of a i Miss Helen Frazier ti Miss Annie E farewell breakfast I wish you to ex Field 9 Miss Rena Field 7 Miss Antend the Club my most sincere thanks nie DeIarnatt 4 Miss Annie Crutcher for their kind innaniih inliiin me 4 Miss Ora Cox 10 Miss Helen DenI received a letter from my wife stating nett 4 Miss Bather Thrmnm 1 Man I that if I could not use the money tbe Baldwin 8 Toenania billiard I Wood Club said they would give it to her 4 Mrs Hagerman Many of The way the money was sent me I Italian the pictures were real gems and the discan not use- it for any pawsoao ex As things are play demonstrated that the teacher pee cept the one mentioned nomad in art what her name would indi now I do not desire it for that purpose Cm Wednesday the music cate Merit but would lie glad to use it for some other a concert that preced Â¬ if the Club sees fit to grant me class gave purpose exercises immencenient that privilege With many thanks 1 re- ed the Rev E T Powell of the Chiis Yours truly main tian church Emisville delivered the Cm man Burns Address care of Warden Dyer Ohio address a pleasing and appmpriate one to a crowded house President Hager Penitentiary Columbus Ohio man delivered the diplomas Miss Water Works Iaura Prewitt of Arkansas and Miss Last week we reorted the purchase Saliie Bntwn of Mississippi were the of graduates by the Water Works Company Elliott Institute on Tuesday closed a at the head of North and Mh a streets for the elevated tank Since that successful session with a day of interthe contract for building the tank has esting exercise- - At oclock a chorus lieen let Councilman Sam Rice gets class sang Oh Italia and Miss Kstclla the brick tower 7 3 feet high and 7 feet Long and Mr T H Collins followed A dam of in circumference on which the iron tank with an instrumental duet 11 feet high will W located boy recited and Misses Minnie Dunn The Company has Ixinght of Mr and Loula Tudor favored the audience James Howard Bagan acre of the with a duet followed by Misses Julia Jennie Harris farm just abive the Irvine McGube and Mattie Long in a duet A turnpike on Otter Creek alxmt two Cantata came next and another duet by - Klla Denton and Hallie Edmiston Fifty ft east of Richmond this tract will bn used for thai reservoir Mr Arthur Bniaon delivered an oration The Power of an Idea Instrumental ii will Ik- Heraicd off down to the day to dispose of all vegetable and or-- duet by Misses Jennie Barnes and Esr ganic matter A dam JO feet high will tella Ing Elder Kendrick of WinMore chester presented the diploma to Miss ba loiistruetid across the creek than fifty springs are imlrdiil in the 150 Lizzie D Lackey with an apewopriato Duet by and well received address acre purcl - Elliott and Lewis and a chorus has completed a Engineer Parrish class song closed the exercise- Presi l the town and up nine mites The dent Elliott should and doubtless docs work of laying the pijK- through them feel jmjud of his school as the school of the President will ba heavy and cause considerable Mis M Da i Iorimius school closed the travel rary iuconvei on Fridav with simply an examination ing public of classes There were S matriculates Real Estate Transfers for Tbe Mouth of Mrs Forman has had years of May 1890 uid has studied extensively in the 1 D White to J and in Enrope Her superior ad- Â¬ Wand L D undiv J M Foster to vantages are noticeably impressed on L C Mason hei pupils Central University more extensive 00 A ffmmangh to Beroa College i acre- - 52 than most arbools began itacomi Friday and will in Berea ment J G Fee to J P Hi go 40i The to day epart- ment had its separate and independent a Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ advance last week We should add however thai the boys clearly sustained all pre conceived ideas of success On Sunday the spacious chapel was crowded to hear the baccalaureate sermon by Rev W H Neel of Covington Ky Chancellor blanton made the announce- Â¬ ment President J V Logan read the scriptures Rev ML Evans offered prayer The sermon was able and received pro found attention At night Rev Dr Drank of St Louis preached before the Y M C A of the college in the First Presbyterian church and his effort was pmnounced a choice one Class Day Kxcrciscs Monday evening June i at 8 p m Ashers ML H Goer rant W i Lackey W A Jones II W Morrison Chairman W K Nelson Orator I C Lilly Grumbler J R Sanders Historian C II Dobhs Prophet R E Roberts Prophecy of the Prophet and History of the Hirtorian J W Jollrion Farewell AV S Edwards Last night the juniors delivered their orations They were Messrs W T Willis J I Jacob P 13 Newman T A Van bear E O Parrish and C 8L Son li Mi K E Roberts of Texas chairman Ib day the Commencement Exercises which include the orations of the grad-uatidelivery of prizes reading of honor roll and delivery of diplomas will take place at ten oclock Tliere are eight AV AV graduates S bronston S FI warde D C billv AV K Nelson and J R Handera of Kentucky C II Dobbs and R K Roberts of Texas and J AV E Joffrion of Emisiana Â¬ Â¬ -s PERSONAL Mr Oscar Park oi Irvine was here this B week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Mary lVlle Miller is at home after long absence Misso- - Iwsley of Stanford are visiting Mis- - Alma Hagan Miss Maud Embry of Irvine is Mrs T s Moberley Miss Eva White of Manchester is visiting Mrs S 15 White Mho Lob Jollrion will remain on the Hill for several weeks Miss Minnie Roe of Chicinnati is the guest of Mrs Wfll Francis Aliss Hansford of Harrodshurg is the guest of Miss Minna Crutcher Mr b F Dedinger a former student of C J is attending commencent Miss Nannie Embry of Mt Sterling is visiting Miss Florence Shackelford Man Susie o stuart of Winchester in visiting her sbter Mrs French Tipton Miss Laora Prewitt will be on the Hill until alter commencement at C V Prof D M sweets of Qhnbothtown is again with his many friends in Rich- Â¬ mond Miss Hemphill of Nicholasville is visiting her sister Mrs AVixxls on Third street Master Clinton Parrent of Memphis Tenn is visiting his aunt Mrs R L Oentry Miss Rena Field will be with the Mi am Baldwin until after commencement at CV Mr A R Mitchells mother and sister of Lake Charles Ei are visiting at Mrs Humes Mr EL R Pugh of Lexington general manager of Standard Oil Co was here Wednesday Mies Brent of 1aris and Miss Alcorn of Stanford are spending the week at Dr blanton s Miss Dora Hacker who has been visiting Mrs Yeltoii nee Million at Mildale has returned home Mrs Colby Taylor has spent several weeks in Lexington with her Bister Mrs J T AVilkerson Mrs John M Bom and slater Miss Julia Adair of Carlisle are visiting their brother Mr F H Adair Miss Loula Campbell a graduate of Hamilton College w ill spend several days with friends in Richmond Mr ami Mrs Harry Evans who have been visiting relatives here have returu d to their home in Stanford Mrs James P McCrearv is the guest of Mrs Worn A from wrll fi i laokn Mrs McCrcary came home yesterday Miss Man- New Ion who has been at ending school at M F I will return to ier home Thursday accompanied by Miss Lilly Miller Master Bobert and Rodger Taylor who have been visiting Master Robert Taylor of this place returned to their home fan Clark county Tuesday Miss Bettie M Cromwell formerly leather at ML F I and Mr George 8 Walden brother of Mrs J A O AVil liamson both of Cynthiana are visiting it Mr J A C AAilliamsons on North Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rtreet Â¬ Â¬ ABOUT HAILK0ADS President H E Huntington of the Kentucky Central and Engineer Ran Â¬ dolph of the same mad arrived Monday right and started over the survey of the Cumberland Uiver railroad Tuesday morning Mr Huntington is very much leaned with the looks of the profile and rather intimated that if he found the rad could Ik- built as cheaply as apt II Spradlin estimates he will build if It would give him a Southern outlet more than 100 miles shorter than now exists and would ojen up a market at ashville for our psonle where wheat hay and other pnducts sell at greatly in creased prices over Louisville and CinAVe cinnati hope to be able before many issues to announce that Mr Hun- Â¬ tington has undertaken the building of the road for if he does it will le pushed to completion as rapidly aa the vast re-sources at Ins command will do it A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lt Â¬ t gi The legislature at its recent session anttil a charter to the Kentucky and i - Â¬ Â¬ exjn-ri-ene- I i Cumberland Railroad Company The Flankfort Roundabout of last Satunlay bid the following concerning this road The corjvorators who constitute the first band of Directors held a meeting iu the ibranans ounce Satunlay and pro ceeded to elect ollicers when the following gentlemen were chosen Hon Z F Smith of Eiuisville President Hon E 11 Taylor Jr of this city Aiee 1 resilient John AV Rodman Ebu of this Secretary J C Paweett Esq of Ejuisvillc Treasurer Tbe proposed road is to run from this city to the Tern tilie panning through Anderson Wash- Â¬ ington Marion Taylor Green Adair and Onnlierland counties and w ill open up a territory which has no railroad feci ities as yet develop one of the ljest oil lit his in the world bring Frankfort into mmunication with many counties which are now reached only by circuitous give us the much desired connec tion with the Lnaonvifle Southern and thus prove of inestimable lienerit to this cry It is proposed to begin the work of surveying and locating the mute at once and it is hoped the enterprise will be d lo an early completion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky pa in fire iu- - I Xatiee to Gas Cossaners New York daughter of the late Fred- Â¬ Attention Farmer eric Butterfield Under the rule of the Company all We handle the Buckeye Mowei Reap- Â¬ Mr Hooker of Dana Indiana accomÂ¬ Mr Charles B Kincaitl is here on a pipes put in buildings must be of standard ers and Binders the strongest and longest Why is n hat like a circus Because panied by bis cousin came over last visit to his mother and sister His many sizes and tested in the presence of the life machine on the market and as light it has a band week to visit his son Dr Charles Hooker Miss Story is building a bouse at Boyle county friends are extending him Superintendent or Foreman of the Com- draft machine as is made We challenge veternary surgon anil while here bonght of F b Crooke a filly by bud Crooke Geogetown It is necessarily a one st ry a cordial welcome to his old home He pany before gas will be turned on or the the machine world to show ecua results meter set Consumers are requested for taxing into consideration the qualities Kincaitl will he here for several weeks and of R P Fox A Sons two fillies all house their own protection not to pay bills for above mentioned We have a large quan Â¬ han rill AdroeaU nice animals and at good prices No sprinklers eer sprank as Rich- Â¬ gas fitting unless accompanied by a cer- tity of binder twine which we will sell as The brick livery stable belonging to Starter Caldwell says he held the flag monds have sprunk They are colossal We Mitchell opposite the tificate from the Gas Company showing cheap as can be bought anywhere Turney Clark 890 days in 188 and aipetta to make dandies Bourbon House in Paris was destroyed that this rule has been complied with also have a number of Moline tongue and the number even 300 this year It The editor of the Midway Clipper has jw OB stock The testing is witnessed by the Company tongueless Cultivators One man bought would have Beamed a crazy prediction to broke the record found a three legged by fire Satunlay night and the certificate furnished on applica- five We shall endeavor to merit your ffrTnT Issoiasi U tTftflft Loss on build make ten years ago had anybody said chicken tion without charge patronage Respectfully ing 5000 insurance 62000 receive tlrftftflB for that a starter would The editor of the Winchester Sun A E BOARDMAN W C Fitzcatrick X Co 51 5 Airs Mary Hunt who was sent to the his services in one year Sto k Farm stuck a column and a half editorial under President 51 1 The first annual trotting meetingof Jes-Â¬ the fifth rib of the editor of the AVinches IH nitentiary for three years from Paris Collars and Chains Grass Land For Kent several months ago has been ttbetoted samine County will 1h hell August b ter DeiiuK rat at an early hour ytenlay I have several pastures of excellent grass I have an excellent lot of collars collar 14 and 15 The association has an ex- Â¬ inorning AVe have not heard whether She OSS charged with complicity in the land four miles from Richmond on the murder of Rich Thomas for which pads hames chains back bands and other cellent mile track said to he as good as or not it was fatal Union City pike for rent till January 1st crime her husband wan executed F Dickerson is things for plowing any in the State A A man came all the way up stairs yes 1891 Never failing water AAe understand from rebnble authori- Â¬ GEORGE AV PICKELS President and George B Taylor Secre- terdey to say 42- 1if it hadnt rained S P Chenallt Mrs that 5ty that votes at the primary election in tary They will offer liln ral pin wed a had a long dry spell and suggest Warn you arc constipated with loss of Bourlxm for delegates to the Constitufollows or under SI 000 2 ed that the matter would do for the Thin 40 clas 500 pane S 00 Column AVe like origi lal and siarkling tional conveition were booght and sold appetite headache take one of Dr J H without concealment or hesitation at McLeans Little Liver and Kidney Pellets year olds of the 22 class 000 for uiniinias ideas like the one given us yesterday GmxeUe They are pleasant to take and will cure JAMF- from ST A to 100 each MitUEAllV Is a canal an rot 300 class tJO facers They take immensely with the literarv re election to Congress from the Etg ih D 40 52 One of the injured by the burning of you 25 cents a vial AAe The Lexington Transcript says senate triet of Kentucky snbiect to the a anan t Corn Palace at Fort Worth Texas s- hear the Kentucky Trotting Horse breedGet Smiths Uiarrhoa Cordial and save the Democratic party A parrot abides opjxisite a church in the wus Miss Lillie burgess the beautiful your life as you cant always get the ers Aassociation are thinking of open- Â¬ Richmond A man and his wile came ing a great futurity or stallion represen- Â¬ along and the parrot was in a great way daughter of our obi friend Mr J AV doctor in time Price 2 cents Sold by kor circuit kk burgess formerly of this city She had W G White Drug tative stake to close Januarv or early talking Si6 ll B ii rOVatUa of is a eaaKiW Lets sit here t n the a leg fractured and a cut on the head gasn for Circuit Court Clerk of Madison in the spring of 1881 and guaranteeing church steps ami listen to Brinjr Is Wool the bird county subject to the action of the inn Gaa it worth not less than 816000 without prepoatd tbe wife and they turned to100000 pounds Market price cralic party anybody to add one cent unless it lie wards the church The collections of internal revenue for Ah going to church Covington Arnold Bro 45- 1 those directly benefitted viz the hotels this time of day queried a D D the month of Hay amounted to KoR JAILER ami railroads Handkerchiefs This association has who chanced to passing Well 772 a sum larger than for any month 15 oK a candidate for a fO00 stake for to be shoot the same thing Doctor replied since 1S70 Collector Mason thinks the Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs Jailer of Mwliaon eonnty 18B2 and expect to have three trotted in Urmston to the aetiou of an the man going to sit here a while and large collections indicate tbe general pros 40- - Crooke Bennett or four in 1808 worth from ljOfJO to 1 V listen to that parrot perity of the country and that the peo people If you spit up phlegm and are troubled 000 cash pie are drinking anote whisky and beer with a hacking cough use Dr J II Mcnew than heretofore -- ChorwrJOBrnaf One of the great objections to trotters CORRESPONDENCE Leans Tar Wine Lung Balm 40 52 and one nssoi iatwina ought to avoid is The juty in the case against Bole RobCrolty suffocation night coughs and the placing of incompetent and inexpe erts charged with murdering John Mc TERKIXS in the Remaining rienced men in the judges stand says Carty brought in a verdict guilty of all the common affections of the throat at Richmondunclaimed Ky week ending June 10 Mrs T J Berry is out again after a and lungs quickly relieved by Dr J H a Spirit of the Times correspondent voluntary manslaughter and fixed his two weeks illness McLeans Tar Wine Lung Bairn 40 52 These are elected simply on their six ial punishment at four years in the peniten Brown Mr Warn Taylor is taking the census or financial standing without regard to tiarv The gray haired defendant who you want to bur a Sulky Surrey Brock Nannie If is sixty one years of age was a brave Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for liarnes M Larr their ability During the last season I of Million precinct Moberley W M Barby Ma All the R R work on the grade has soldier and when ashes is a kind heartdl he has the latest best and cheapest saw men in the stand who were no more 5- Blackmail ime teamed except oneltabsn force qualified to fill the position than one of leen man The coort ordered that he remans Lucy Ballard Cassinda Ice cream soda water at in the custody of the jailer until sentenc the horses that participated in the race they are removing slip rs lien Braxton lames Z T RICE COS 45- r Mary Clark Annie This is an evil which ought to be remeMr Wharton is prepanng to erect a ed Zermstan Gaansr Christopher II Ceaar 100000 Pounds or Wool died In selecting judges they ought to large mo mill at the R R hridge at the Many persons who have never attend S z Chenault Chas Ie men of integrity and thoroughly conÂ¬ mouth of Tates Creek Tates Creek is ed a meeting of the Assembly ask AAe want 100000 pounds of wool McK Carr Frank M versant with the rules and they must on a Imkhii let her come- - she nee Is it Covington Arnold Bro AAe ans45- What in the Chautauqua Defarnette Maria Dtnnv B have horse sense or they ought not to Mr Fount Holman of Athens Fay- wer it is a summer con vocation of pasEmbry Nannie B GO TO attempt to go into the stand ette Co came over to run a team on the tors Sunday school workers students A train of eight palace horse cars R R for Gillert t Newhy He worked educators lecturers musicians parents The wet weather is over and the ground Frazier Columbus loaded with racers en route to Kansas until eleven oclock when his horse children and yoeasj nans and women will be dry enough to plow by the middle Fawler J R Good Evans P Smith Mai City from Eitoiiia was wrecked near lialked and he had to take bin out who tlesire to sj ntl a vacation where of next week In the mean time drop in Grinnan R L Mrs 3 White Je Warrenton Mo Monday morning Ten Aboot five oclock that evening his they can combine intellectual moral and and buy your collars hames trace chains Woods H ttrimes Kate Mr men in change of the racers were killed other betas was taken sick ami died the religious inprovemetit with tie rated so- Â¬ backhands plow lines c Post OtTice hours from fi a m to 7 p m and twenty five were injured Nine next night but lie come again with cial enjoyment and healthful recreation Money order and r nouis GEORGE AVPICKELS 4S- prompt 7 a m to fi tlead borsts have already ln eli taken another team two days liefore the job The Cincinnati musical festival was not Apron liowls J B AVILLIS p m from the wreck and many more are in- closed only an artistic an crass but it panned out Dont fail to see our Bordered Apron jured among them the noted mare handsomely financially The receipts Huntress who will probably die Among EDEXTONwere 47 088 ami the expenses shoot Goods - C rook e Bennett Lrmston the killed are James Kellar and bis son A The receipts were nearly three 40AAarner has sold his saw mill In 880y080 J TFrank of Cynthiana Ky who were Owes Bant llasetimes as large as those of the Handel crushed to death while sleeping side by AAe the officers of the Madison C Cotton Lisle thread and silk hose for Miles M Chandler of Lexington hs and Haydn festival in Boston ami the side Sam Davis the jockey of Lex- Â¬ tv Fair Association feel rea fiipfmlitnmii about taro and a hatf But Ladies and Misses home from visiting his brother for Special Premiums 41cn b ington and Henry Stone the trainer of returned Boston had its own orchestra and gave 40- - Crooke Bennett ft Lrmston ens of Richmond and n Spuire Chandler Harrodshung Ky The wreck was due only four concerts while Cincinnati imstock holders Frequently accidents occur in the thepatron ie and ol said r Roliert Reagans dog went mail last ported a hundred instrumental i ts from to an error in train orders which easned n be to household which cause burns cuts sprains half of the merchants that ha a collision between two sections of the week and bit several other dogs all of New York and gave seven concerts By order and bruises for uc- in such cases Dr J kindly toward them which were killed train The commissioners of the Sinking Fond II McLeans Aolcanic Oil Liniment has Board Â¬ The contractors of the Poosev turn- of Kentucky advertise lor proposals for The 220 list now before the public is I SHELBY IRVINE Pr M B Arbi cklr great in quality and insures keen cont- pike are getting along very well will various improvements to lie made at the for many ears been the constant favorite family remedy 40est- as a glance at the list of last season soon have a good pike Under the act pasasd at penitentiary will show says the buffalo Commercial Fletcher Teater had a rat killing St his the late session of the Legislature the DKINKKNNKSS LIUIOK HBIT In all The hay gelding Fearnaught S 19 by house yesterday and killed one hundred Commissioners are anthoriaed to expend the AVorid there is bnt One re Straight Flush dam Emily by Aolunteer and fifty obi rats ami lots of young ones Dr Haines tiolden Spec itic 12000 for the poipuac of enlarging the coffee of It can Boy made his record at Hartford The A Trustee of J s I present dining room of the prison build- without le jiven in a cup Hie tea or takius John Wearren and date Tester went tbe knowledge ol irson bay mare Geneva 2191 by Princeps to Nicholasville and received their stems ing and equipping a suitable kitchen it effecting speedy and uatwneiil operate drti SATURDAY JUNE 14th 1890 is Oaoneby Hambletosian made her recÂ¬ thresher for which they pev sixteen thereto convertimg the present chapel whether the patient Thousands of tlrui ibolic wreck en curt U who have taken thord at Hartford on the name day as Fearn- hundred and fifty dollars into S mutable room for a hospital and re- Â¬ Sperilie 111 their rnltet- without thtr knowl rent publicly for aught Jr Geneva by Ahdnlfefa fitting the present uospitai lor a chapel edge and to day Uuuk they qalt drinking ol JOE MACKEY STORE II Absalom Jeffries has applied for a Mai their own freewill No harmful eft Mainhrino dam Ella Hopkins hy Octocumgnaran nesnson Several years ago he recited reading room and night school lor the ana suits from rta ad Inlatratton full parti teed Bend for circular and roon ia one of the best known mans on a letter from his attorney that it was al- of thepriaoneBB These- improvements in Address hi confidence li nKN i tt r the trotting track She made her record li lo the change of the hospital to the center IS6 Baa St Clnrtnnel lowed but not stating the amount a NEW FIRE PROOE in 1888 She recently changed hands at of the yard where the best air ami coin GROCERIES At Ten and at Fifty Charley Mailers made an attempt at 2 10 figure is a along ireenlander H C HA fort for the invalid prisoners may be obI was crv3 to day wrote Louisa Al suicide by cutting his throat with a razor fast son of Princeps out of Juno by Ham it tained will have a material effect upon cott when sho was ton years old and hletonian 10 He made his record at Lex- Â¬ and seared his wife almtwt to death the mortality ami general health of the aassi when I went to bed I made good ington October 19th 1880 Heshonldbe Dr Davis was summoned and soon had convicts resolutions and felt better in my heart OF If I only kept all I make I should bo aliie to take care of himself Margaret 8 her alright again THE LADIES DELIMITED the best girl in the world But I dont d 2 10 made last season as a NEWS PARAGRAPHS Poor little tu-Â¬ is the daughter of Director 2 17 The pleasant effect and the perfect safety and am so very bad ner is Miss Alcotts later comment On Friday June 20th 1390 dam May Day by Cassias M Clay Jr She with which ladies may use the liquid fruit sh 3 says the same at fifty J B Lyle died suddenly at I exington laxative Syrup of Figs under all condihas some valuable stake ei gagements at 4 oclock P M on the premises I will last week WOOL tions make it their favorite remedy It is and in the ail aged division Maud T sell to the highest bidder without re- Â¬ The public debt reduction for May is pleasing to the eye and to the taste gen2 1i by Almont Jr got her record Oc We want 100000 pounds of wool for serve my tle yet effectual in acting on the kidneys which WC will pay the highest market tober 8 at Terra Haute bad Globe stated at 88ol87l Covington Arnold Bro The tourist rate of 2 cents a mile is now liver and bowels price 219 by Almont Ir made his record at Rochester August 13 1800 and is in fine in effect on all railroads 4s- in Richmond between th One Hundred Dollars in Gold Given Away most fashiona The young stallion Repetition condition Samuel liivens Kennedy died iu LinIn cases of Fever and Ague the blood Tates Creek tun 50 Hi and lb Aim Tw o Years is as effectually though not so dangerously ble part of the city 210 by Red AAilkes should Ik an im- Â¬ coln county aged 22 years Subscription to the CLIMAXSIUS M CI portant factor J R Shed Sprague Gold poisoned by the effluvium of the atmos Mat Morgan the noted caricaturist died White Hall Ky June 7 i Every SBbacriber new or old- who pays phere as it could be by the deadliest poison dust and Superior are all stallions The at his home in New York one year in advance from the day of paylatter is said to le able to touch 215 Au It costs the nation 2681080 a year to ment will In- given a ticket bearing a Dr J II McLeans Chills and Fever Cure bnre 2191 Betty Jones 239 Bearish will eradicate this poison from the system print the Congressonal Record ALL RECORDS BKOavES Bomber andadoplkntt ticket will be pot Fifty cents a bottle 219 Alfred b 210 Colvina Sprague 405 Col J H Detchen president of the in a scaled lxx A blind folded boy will with Star Lily ami Basel AVilkes Ice Cream 8oda Blue Lick Saratoga With the change of time taking etiect 220 each are all likely candidates which German Security Rank Emisville is lead draw from the bx after it is thomughly M vv iS so 49 52 five tickets in succession which at DIN ELLIS Australia has entered the field of silver shaken with new recruits should make this class Wall Papers production ami in the last year turned will represent the prizes in the onler above one of the most interesting Sim k Farm The Solid Vestibule named Largest and cheapest line of Wall PaMr 15 15 Millions wonderful Longfel Â¬ out WO000 ounces a week OF THE The name of every holder of a masher pers in town At the close of his first day of work as low colt wnii a race at St Loans on last is recorded in a bok of consecutive num- Â¬ 40- - LROOKE BENNETT L RMSTON A more ideal day for racing a New York city census enumerator Saturday bers immediately after the numler as Mange committed suicide could not be conceived than favored the Five cents will buy a glass of Blue signed him patrona of the 8t Loadn Jockey Club for Poyntz ct Jones distillers Maysville Lick or Saratoga ice cold or a glass of Ice The earlier iu secure your number the opening of the regular summer sold on Satunlay 4400 barrels of whaaky Cream Soda at Dinellis 49 Will be scheduled so as to provide the best the batter especially if you are already meeting The grand stand was packed to a Cincinnati firm for 70000 and quickest service ever oilered Cashmere Ombre behind in your subscription between the with fully 2000 ladies occupying the hren Bradley the well known horse We have the novelty of the season in private luxes ami reserved neetiosnof trainer shot ami fatally wounded Price Caye is Kentuckys great Mammoth cashmere ombres the stand and the entire attendance Jenkins Monday at Lexington pride but Kentucky also boasts of her Crooke Bennett Lrmston 40- was estimated at 10000 James b Fer Â¬ The Philadelphia Re cord estimates that wonderful Ganters magic chicken chol- Â¬ guson officiated in sending ofl the fields Try Z T Rice Cos Ice cream cure Sold by Stockton Brooks artificial ice companies can profitably era were President Charles the The judges soda 4s- Richmond Ky it make and deliver ice at iVM per ton Green of the St Iouis Jockey Club Covington Arnold Bro want The Southwestern Limited Senator Carlisle has introduced a bill Old people suiter much from disorders Cen J F Robinson President of the 45 100000 pounds of wool Ix xington Ky course and B J Brace providing for the erection of a public of the urinary organs and are always building in Newport Ky to cost 100000 gratified at the wonderful effects of Dr J your kidneys are inactive vou will The finest train in If Fergusons starting was the bst ever se equipped with an Elegant Dim runs Dave AAilcox pmaned from the New H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm in feel and look wretched even in the most cured in St Louis and ever thing con daily railway bridge banishing their troubles One Dollar per cheerful society and melancholy on the nected with the days sport went off to jort and Cincinnati Dr J H McLeans St Louis Cincinnati jolliest occasions perfection The track was in rime con Sunday and died from the effects of the bottle Impsrfect digestion and assimilation Liver and Kidney Balm will set you right ami could he classed as fast The jolt dition AND 40 2 Derby race was of course the big event J Will Daman of Nicholasville and produce disordered conditions of the sys- again One Dollar per bottle tem which grow and are confirmed by Â¬ New York Boston of the day but it was a great disappoint- Miss Lelia Daughter of Dr George PerKkl Glares ment There was but one horse in it kins of Somerset were married last neglect Dr J H McLeans Strengthened Best make of Ladies and Misses Kid VIA THE- Cordial and Blood Purifier by its tonic Gloves ever in ton Every pair guaranHe had a cinch on the week bill Letcher properties cures indigestion and gives tone teed result In the hotting he was a hot favorCsatral S E Crooks Bennett Lrmston D AAcbster Stodani who was convict ed Gret 4 Trask i per bottle 40 52 ite at 1 to 2 Queer Toy had been back- Â¬ of forgery at Ctica N Y on hearing the to the stomacn 40- ed heavily for the place but was scratch jurys verdict shot himself in the head Landing passengers at Grand Central Sta- Â¬ Laee Curtains BtRNAM Si HiMi are agents for first tion in the heart of New York City irom ed early in the day leaving only Letcher ami will die insurance companies Try them class Our Lace Curtain stock is complete which point street cars and elevated rail- Â¬ The bishi ip and Gray eon in the race Fer 33-- 3roads can be taken to any part of the Louisville has 1350 manufacturing es Â¬ 40- - Crooke Bennett Si Lrmsion guson sent them off at the first attempt Â¬ No change of cars to Boston turning out annually pnv Our Ice Cream machinery is run by a western Limited makes direct The SouthWaal Waated the Bishop in the lead Letcher half a tablishments at 85000000 connection valued and employ steam engine and the cream is frozen very in Lnion Depots with through trains from length back ami Grayson a full length ducts 100000 pounds by Covington Arnold Si ing o000 hands hard Families supplied in any quantity all western and southern cities Â¬ behind At the first tpuarter Grayson atBro 45- S DINELLl at the lowest rates AAarren Featberstone furniture dialer tempted to bolt and his jix key had all Absolutely no Ferry Transier Fresh bread always on band 49 52 at Winchester died suddenly S R he could do to keep him out of the fence 45ZT RICE CO a The most complete Vestibuled He was not in the race after that Pass Zinn the tailor formerly of AAinchesrter Donelson has a quantity ol new Sul- Â¬ Trains on the American Continent run died in Lexington Highest market price for 100000 lbs kies Surries and Buggies of the newest daily between ing the stand the positions were The Oregon election resulted in th- se- Â¬ of wool and most popular patterns and at very CINCINNATI the same as at the start They reÂ¬ CHICAGO Covington Arnold A Bro mained practically unchanged till the lection of Pennoyer Democrat for Gov 45- reasonable figures mile was reached when Bill Letcher ernor Herman Rep for Congress and a Strange Varieties of CisH Ask for Adrie to Mothers Vn WanoVs SooTBmoSTBurshould always with the greatest ease passed the Bishop Republican legislature In Bermuda the soldier crab carries TICKETS BIG FOUR ROUTE b uaed when children ere cutting teeth It re -- via the- heavy shells up the hills to puaals and had the race won He traveled here tbe little fufferemtooce ltproducesnntnral A house built sixty years age in Iaw quiet sleep ind the htt e cherub wake bright species Another D B MARTIN future geologists Here the Bish- renceburg by Wm Lawrence ami used easily into the stretch j a button It is wry pleasant to taste It climbs tho mangrove trees A shore Genl Passenger Agent soothes tbe child softens ihefums sliay s all pain was given the whip but he could not successively as hotel school church Ac op regulates the bowels andu the bet known remedy crab In tho Cape Verde islands may be Oscar G Murray Traffic Manager catch the leader Ictcher finished first was burned last week for diarrhoea whether arising froea Unities or seen running along like a piece ol paper 5- 1other ui uses TwentT flTe etats a bottle CINCINNATI OHIO uuter a pun me t isnop was second In Ascension blown by a strong wind Mle f Ut Btreet 65 four lengths back and two lengths i island thero are crabs which climb up a syndicate of New York and front Of Grayson Time 241 i l Ice cream furnished in quantities for to the top of Green mountain and the The Philadelphia capitalists has likelv ten Barber families and parties at greatly reduced larger ones steal the young rabbits d The price named is 40000i 0 MATRIMONIAL from their holes and devour them Z T RICE rates CO 45- Tho famous robber crab of the Philip Lawrence Brown attempted to kill - bettie Dillon of Danville who For sick headache female troubles pines that cracks and oats cocoanuts A Bud AA right in the court house at Liber- Â¬ I have rented of J Maekey his formerly visited in Richmond was marIs itsedf routed out of Its holo and AAright neuralgic pains in the head take Dr J H ty Casey county last week feasted on by the wild swine Chris Â¬ Barber Shop at Hotel Ulyudon and B F Phillips s ried last week to Mr Hops oar will continue the business had killed Browns brother and wan on McLeans Little Liver Kidney Pellets 25 tian at Work merchant of that place old friends and customers will come to cents a vial trial All three shots took effect see me as I have two of the tie It Cured Bright Disease Aliss Annie Field of Natches Miss ami You will have no use for spectacles if New York City has been divided into Work doue with city hers in Speedwell Ky May 4 1889 This neatuesa the dispatch Prof 1 AA bitson of Millersburg were and 12 election districts Iteing an increase of you use Dr J H McLeans Strengthen- Â¬ is to certify that I had Brights Disease or married in Richmond on last Thursday 44- 107 over the present his ing Eye Salve it remove the film and something very much like it and was in number E H FARMER June 5th by Rev M Evans Miss Field will reduce the number votes to 300 in scum which accumulates on the eye balls very feeble health This was in the year wis music teacher St Madison Female In each district as required by the new elec Â¬ subdues Inflammation cools and soothes of 1887 I used one dozen bottles of Wool Wasttdl Pou stitute and her intentions were not mads the irritated nerves strengthens weak and tion reform law Smiths Kidney Tonic and I am now in known to her most intimate friends The failing sight 25 cents a box 40 2 Ballard Smith of the World better health than I have been for years couple left iinmediatly for home formerly of the Courier Journal was Cool your thirst with ice cold Mineral JAMES M HENDR A Bro at The Louisviile duel turns out to Chapel London on Water at DINELLlS Every kind kept married ii Sold by W G White Prescription WOOL mka on ice day and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HORSE NOTES THIN COLUMN w ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 lT i l aK m ir1 Â¬ sSasal 1 spe-tw-- -- Â¬ three-year-ol- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hst of letters e advertisements r i 1 JP Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Iar boy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PLOWING tho t Uany y of d trj x aak la - Â¬ NOTICE a dos Â¬ - - Renting Sale Â¬ 1 r - Â¬ s2ii Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ -- Butchers Tools SALE MJTTAGES Â¬ three-year-ol- Two Cottages Â¬ m - Â¬ - Â¬ - 2li Trains Â¬ Â¬ Big Four Route NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 5- Â¬ rpj I 1- 51jscn Â¬ 45 Â¬ Ei THE brake an tation W COMMON on WEALTE -- ville Â¬ log crashed so as necessary lolly that ampu n of was an mayor of Hnn tai the a Ittcd ol ccJ and no cvidi was d by iiililonbonr fonnty wagon and Icirki runaway liorxec aided bin the I H ton oj tlic Vincbester nasbeon Harlan more and of two of tbeTur k A i taaaict and lifiiriinz laris an ar - i tl i ISiTkn r tl slipped ropes to lie down anci then sti otehing them to Over her fore feet 7 either side of the aaffe and tying them ecurely Clay MolLe kicked and struggled until ung the keeper fondled her awhile After of Clark 6he was securt d he entered the cnrn lared V M all alone and taking herhead batweea rtic nominee in his kne s he eat siuail iuei ion in tbe check took hie lanec and drew out the sliver an inoh in length lie Lad n He dd the work all alone and no killed by in her yard ferment over 0 Th 1 era Cruz oh the way to the mother country The high altar was formerly the Stiver of Itone from the hu richest in the world and yet retains of a Lionrai It con Havens of the Gross Zoo the much of its original glory tained candlesticks of gold so Other cay ft rformed n very delicate that a single one was more than a man operation say the Atlanta Constitu tion The silver lioness Mol lie chewed could lift chalices cruets and pyxes up a piece of raw aaat whih the of gold incrusted with precious metals Â¬ studded with emeralds amethysts rubuU her had chopped up with a clearer leaving some fragments of lone in the bies and sapphires The statue of the Assumption now flesh It Ls not the custom of the keeper to five the animals flesh that missing was of gold ornamented with In this in diamonds and is said to have cost lay bone at all There was agoden lamp atance a sharp sliver of bone pierced 11000000 the lioness pumon the outside of the valued at 700K which it cost at one 00D to clean but according to jaw next to the cheek just below the time a French writer and the joke is his left e e Â¬ The place swelled up and festered the liberal troops cleaned it for nothsuffered a great deal ing and it has not been seen since and the animal Her head was swollen and of pain eat the v USING THE TEETH Keeper Havesa went to the cage and by coaxing tfcettaaaai he yot her A DELICATE OPERATION Acapulco to Â¬ J Â¬ IIHR Yesj AHEAD HER WT CLOTHING li- OYAZOO RECORD 227 BROTHER TO YUBA stmves ui r RECORD Cm 224 i 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL i ui me i wi WAftn 4jvw were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all County Kentucky at ta ic sciuii r c iou at silver Lreek J sJ -- fc0RTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A - 1 Orft Toexl Detrimental to Their Preuerra tion The law of deterioration from disuse obtains with the teeth a- - well as with other things The constant and regu lar use of them in mastu ating hard food tends to make them continually grow harder and stronger and better n ake able to resist the iaflaenoes for decay says a writer inlioodli keeping while on the othcrhand living on soft food and neglect of mastication makes them tender sof ens the enamel le to and renders tl eorroding effeete This is sornefimns shown in the cae of p after a long Illness who find their bonder and sore when they begin to return to a dit of solid hard food A denti t peaking on this subcct says Some men have healthy lentil all their lives because they were given That good hard food during infancy is the period to begin to save the teeth Mothers and nurses give children soft food utterly ignorant in many cases Crusts and hard as to the result crusts should be given to children as In this soon as they can eat them way the teeth begin to grow healthy and gradually harden with time and use The chewing gum girl gives her molars plenty of whole ome and un- Â¬ But chewing wholesome exercise gum is not especially healthy because only a portion of the teeth are u ed It is jaw exercise more than anything el e But in eating hard wholesome food all the teeth come in contact with Tobacco chewing is the substance Dot healthy for the teeth because the tobacco is generally placed in one location like chewing gum and there remains unti1 thrown out The South crn negroes have better teeth thaa any race because they use them from hard childhood up in masticating Â¬ GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Better Goods Largest Variety and IT E Nfrncy due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt regularly on grass at ten cents a day grain fed if desired at reasonable rat it will not be resioii- every care to prevent accilen LIVING COLHh foaled Mares ket h Yazoa is by Harold sirs of Jfiaul S 2031 anl 26 more 230 mtatwawj staad3 at 333 EsijOnt D T IS FILLED WITH BRIGHT NEW GOO S 1 tat 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 fj rj s h 4 vr CTTTTf T TT 11 uusi lesilCS i Ij vaii ouii iuu rui square uuaimg 14- guuu luiggeL usui miuiiiuiiu 1 C1 - 1 4-- t-- 1 who formance or the operation c ent during ami Ikfl per- Â¬ died at tbe I to po in Martin wl lenlally dis- - upli near the proposed ill for the raeaa- on ireen ruer lire u rive re and she met a gratified look holding the to the ban of the cape as if glad that he had performed the operation that relieved her and she appealed indly as a kitten although she had been fierce and resent i i After she hours he hin wo nd up she wei e Â¬ Latest Styles Youre dam TolaUdO dam of Yuba record 22 sire of Nutwood and thirty two m 2nd dam ToXUlg Portia Jam of Voltaire red jiiV Hymen 22S trial Iortion record 235 mad akm of le Harold two mile record in naught record 224 Nora Lee Gllicf Nw f Ladj Thorn 21 3rd dim by Roebuck 1 pacer 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred The above pedigree ibowi Y1203 to e superbly bred no Chief his sire grand sire a Young Portia his dim and grand dam are ill bred foundation where can you beat it t Silver Trees 00k nov lit - - I5 COME Gentle and SEE US WD COM T S BURNAM ft CO REMEMBEPi Just as Welcome as Spring WHETHER -- Â¬ Â¬ ful before s MUNCHAUSEN LOOSE ACAIN No llarren river he improvement mi Tlila Time He I a Srwlng Machine Agent Wlo Could Shoot COVINGTON 32 W Miiin 1 MITCHELL 10 LOOK OR NT AttTEH CHICKEN RADAMS Sicrobepier AT Cholera Cure Street Near Hotel Glvndon PIES 100 Main St HUMS Richmond Ky for continuing ill- - and were on the MMt The urn spondeut of the Lewiston Journal who sends this story 6ays it was 1old by sewing machine agent said tJcntlemun the sewing machine man one spring father and 1 had u suai- cmp down in the edge of the grove About a half a mile from - Also 1 full line of and freshest 1t d after Tin v eight hour 1 aai the J re K delivered l at Loxinff led than I Will- ornfield owned by a widow and this widow never picked her corn On the other side was a man clean She had one who owned a blind sow pig and they used to go over into that Right comlield every day to eat corn camp was a creek At in front of one place aboat forty rods from our camp there was a tree fulled across the DRUGS AM CHEMICALS Our Spring Styles Are ITow Heady That Cun be Had Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that pesith dy cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enoug It is guarone hundred chickens anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ or Your CareM Inspection Is Requested TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIKS 1EKF1MKKV BRUSH PS This wa the only place that the Of course sow and pig could cross aw could not see to cross on the way they to do was to take hold of thepitrs for tb ig would lead her acrsss Well one day we were sitting in front of oar camp when the old sow and pig -d i1 I iiiiej Maker n a I food EMERSON Wise and ON NEWSPAPERS Words A Patent Medicines TAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD Tv Store ad 3 of Mai 1rof 1 si R ierrv prin- - n n jr in a latere audieno Win said to father Hand n e the rille and see me cut that pigs tail oV I look aim and fired cutting that little pigs tail off smack a The jiig ran lor the cornfield didnt know which way but tl father west over and took hold of the pigs tail and led the old sow dear into camp - the log I tury nit Tlilnker Enicrsuns followiii is from talk with a college boy in the CenIW 1rophrtlr from the CROOKE BENNETT 3 URMSTON Â¬ verwl oi 1 DO Dont iorn- - YOU Ih- - NEED Al A DOCTOR7 In-lt-s- in In Hurry to Tall Itin lul4ly - Imagination t propriiite nine Andrews - lit- - bocbo Tine I 1 Oow rarely in A imagination s an old proverb Not al there an but fully two thirds e A pain in the chest rerj kilU ing - riath Bus- - tion and all headacheked consump are not lie 11 physician in extensive practice What proportion shoul l yo ay of ho send sosae one Hying ic ad ed or make - right away phone jingle with arc euf from fear and luiagina man replied 1 Tb I should jiui the proportion Wci Wh n I arrive at two thirds the thai it is nothing mpaay serioi D i n of work at pleasnly on - While 1 am and chatting r topic the ia t D Hwwwaawen have done much to abbreviate expnsaioa and so improve style Tiiey are to occupy during your generation a larjre share of att n This was said nearly a quar Â¬ tion ter of a century ago It was as if he saw ahead the blanket editions And the most studiou and aagaged man can neglect them only at his cot Hut have little to do with thorn Learn how to get their best too without their getting yours Do not read them And do when the mind is creative not read them thoroughly column by Hemember they are made column for everybody and dont try to vt what isnt meant for you The miscel- Â¬ should not receive lany for There is a great your attention secret in knowing whit to keep out of the mind as well a- - what to put in And even if you wad yourself late In the selections you cannot use then bareiinfl the original source is not You cant quote from a reference insects it newspaper Like The genu- Â¬ died the day it was burn ine news Is what you want and prao ror it Jive your- ly so many minutes for the pa- Â¬ per Then you will learn to avoid tho prematur reports and anticipations and the stull put in for people who nothing to think RUSSIAN Hut DRY GOODS AND STOCKTON BROOKS DR RICE For 15 STATIONERY School Books k years at j7 Court Hace - noi at KM Bet Third and Onr- - Market Street nil iormi - Wil DA Fit 15- A conipeteiu Ill to compound prescripts MERCHANT TAILORING oj PRIVAT EASES t -- - tpruatorrlxca t ud Impoteney pr- POWERS 39 29 HA6AH frs i aj ter MMbj aii i i3 r 14 fti 3t- - a c c v - f u irnpT I r M a Scocaasoaa ro C E Smitu SYPHILIS- or aa 9 a - - mil t- - ml- - - - Billy Lumps - Cures Guaranteed cuuertrilion is all Cases THEFI iltjbi Lifjfj PRIVATE COUNSELOR Cut Rates on Saw Files 8 5 Bay horse 15 hand hih foaled bred bv Sterling Thornton Wash county Kv Sired by Lumps 39 of Annie Diekerson pact Lunette 2534l Be C T WELLS F B tARR near- - 1 popalar and when I sav in an as Â¬ suring tone Take tLisaad um will be ail right in lite morning the ca e u WOMEN SAW - WOOD They Tlu y IVill Not Think II 1 Iloueh ui BsswaSS I lifemiuiu- HARDWAR xi iSTOYBS T nwore and Pnf eriili Iff u 1 v i 1 1 IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE BY 6 5 3 INCH FLAT MILL FILE INCH TAPER FILE INCH FLAT FILE INCH TAPER FILE INCH TAPER FILE We Scents iocents 5 S G T WELLS GO cents cents art privileged by the mar rs of ccrts theae Files torc- 4 The Onlj Coal Yatrd ie Towb Only a ruare from tlie Court licusc dont have to eml away out to tin depot -- I Iward I n I liiinn m itch UalL 1 M Whltt- - Iur- Gill tea YV IVilk illips il- - hen you get a cinder or speck of othei oCeniv particle in your rub iu lont touch it c iuil down the lid lont put This vice to folkev and in at of tea you will find nine yourself rubbing your eye before you know it Bat if you can refrain from touching J t all the action of that ortran will it ef cast out the of- Â¬ fending BOte in much nwicker time and with far less irritation while your efforts would only hitider it and per haps fasten the intruder so that it will course if it is a of metal you will consult a n or oculist at once but ordinary substance- - are Baal treated as indicated Some jKHiple say rub the other eye- but this is of no use Â¬ - ii BWk the lye AH rude wood their po civilization fifty j A thin an villaf hes and clay pots like were those of the pio- ur Western Males J extend this iot proving entirely satisfactory guarantee to out etutotnert and will return the price paid 8F trial For sale al the aame BILLY LUMPS will mate the season at n rronJ and 15 to Insure a Mare in I A Not responsible for accidents PEDIGREE dam Ladv Vid Vidette son of Vindex on of B Black Hawk dam full sister to Ric bv Mambrino Chief 2 dam Betty B n Norman Ir son of Norman sire of Li t 215 and May Queen 220 3 dam Quero by Oliver son ol the great four tier 4 uam Oy MeJock a thorou 1 You bred is writer iniood iiMtn s 1ileville table and 4 aafa rt POOo ket l- BUT HOUEST Work shop of any kind even a black- Â¬ smith shop Is seldom found in a Tillage They see m to have no idea that they can do nothing but farm cut wood or occasionally get a job from the large farmer who e i state adjoins the village They do thair own tinkering make wt of their own clothes and buy a few necessarie- - of peuiers The women work in the field with the men they saw and chop wood the same as BMW ard when they go hone from work they have dinner or supper to get and perhep young children to care for writes a correspondent of the Chicago later Ocean There - a line however Between mans work and womans work The line is drawn at It is unfemiuino ploughing to plough i- RACKET STORE ONLY Door Above First Farmers Bank Richmond Ky Coal Deliveredto anyPMtofTowL i 0 jlCSSSSSSBBMSSaBSSBBSSBHBESKM Sofi Coal and Anthracite Nut and Lump Coal Now open at Myers oM lumber yard next to Bfcoitd rn byteriau eliuroh tiuitket iltlivLiy hi town Lowest prteca Try uj IT- C T v7ELLS SB CO THE HARVEST WILL SOON BE HERE W C FITZPATRICK CO Z MILLHUFF k BUSH PERFECT RUE TSIlSiWBSBafc aHaaak t r x sEFf PflaapBH 7 BBaflBlv ll f hil- Tk latent Scheme to Crowd a Ot A Ioor Ijiw farmer in Sumter county Goor A KPLGWS PLOWSo aVHlaa9B5aHaaa91 iivHTfi3-Ti- to da in the estimation of all w breeders the peer of anv sta aed in A a producer i trotters and his sons and daught eagerly sought after by almost every breed ing establishment in the Lnited St VIDETTE a horse of remarkably tine size style and action has been on eihih tion thiriy rHe times up to a 3 ear cloaely contested rings an honor idette won the first a honor in the fall of 187 at St Lou ring of thirty three entries beating ot Kentuckys best horses Vidette ut sired by Vindex the sire of more fine tret ters roadsters and coach hores than anv other hore in Kentucky Vindex Bloods Black Hawk he by Old Mack Hawk Vindexs dam was bv Mambrino Chief 2d dam bv ger 4S 3 JOHN C MILLER is GEORGE WILKES the sire of Lu the sire o sixty rive in the 230 list was m i I rarJc- - r tbt The other Torenoon a young roan with a forlorn looking countenanae and suit of clothes which seemed to run altogether and consolidated c mounted a salt barroi on the sidewalk on Michigan aven e accoriing to the Detroit Free Press and stat--- J off with dear friends pause for a moÂ¬ ment and hear my nar ntivo I am a WON THE DIG PRIZE poor but honest young man My A Book krrpern Sol Experience with a is excelsior My parents are liontc mill Wagon dead and I am a poor orphan1 A winning a prize Da added considerable to the above will make a 1111 look sad but tbe un- and in a few minutes he had a crowd itlv happens savs the people around him Then ho r morning My announced My awahtnabm of JO the t ty went to bis I blue that he must have lost some j the niht was and rcsr-n-- x w wiKialis what the trouble abashed at the I claitwd I nunate fellow a -- it is all my cursed lank such an unfort and gone dead broke ying with it 1 h replicd aoUy The fact is I bought a ticket for a ruffle and won a horse and wagen M in that to make yoa look y asked In astonisb- H fwasaman had known him for fortv years in fact Be had en old horse and wago worn I will udl j on It is jus I was acquainted with an 1 out coarse I had to buy a ticket and would I woe Now what I am horse and wagon ia what bowsata m area perfect white wtow my nans 1 Msm bom nc I can lave thetu on tho street and I can t the poor U brute of a horse die roatsoa Oe will a la leas than no time and yet what Can I 00 I will gire anybody fire dollars wno wui rauove me of w priai ud sail -- get enough to onry him decently fwSe the horse and in order to Of l The cashier took the twenty and rang it on the counter It had that ring that character ca peculiar He rung i tho counterfeit coins Banana lime and then iaspectcd it critically Is it bogus asked the owner of the coin truly h no answered the cashier not a man uttered a word of Its as good as wheat but split Continuing be said That is the THE MEXICO CATHEDRAL lit twenty I over ran a at the mint The tan Rorii of t Tre wares of down too hard on Vfelsfe Ji Km lW en Iliiut red nd splits them but it io lit ior of the grand cathedral Its ter But tht B the mostly fi having been sue very careful at the mintaadstop Now in tho most mngnil alit coin the and thousands of dollars handled hen I itain tho year I rarely find a split coin n of the and de- - think Ive found more than four or five pawea great mcu of Mexi in a year nd as say the coins were snrrotins the choir of mostly i i pice to reptaco Th and so far as the eye could d was refused Thin w The only bore no flaw of any kind ty aix tons and came from China in fault and ring as in the 1 I do not ask for All 1 want is a fair show to make my way in life I shall now ask row to chip iu a nickel apiece and 1 will end avor to do something never yet done on the face of the trlote 1 will try to turn a quadruple somersault in the all 1 he crowd seemed to like the idea and the small change rattled in until the gross amount was about 3 Then the young man got avara adT the barrel spit on his hands picked out his ground and turned a pretty fair somersault He turned another and another and then remounted the barrel and said Kind friends I have tried to but t do it Assuring you of my it thanks for your kindness I dear friends tv lo a firm in which held a mortgage Ameiicus upon a pair of mules belonging to him which be could not redeem consulted a lawyer to know if there was not way by which he could save hie The lawyer informed him that slock if he were only a married man it would be all right a then his wife could claim tcm as part of the liomc stad and thus save the mules but otherwise there was no chance to Well replied the young help him will get marriod then if that man is the ouly way out of it but it seems poor law that to me that it is a eeprive- - a man of his liberty just to And he ave two poor old mules departed sorrowfully and with a heavy heart to lind a girl that would help hiin outof his trouble iei who is indebted We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we believe Buy it try it and you cant deny it We is the best plow niatle also handle the Fine Pis 1 1 Carriages Big Injun Plow THE MALTA DOUBLE Is the best made we carry a NEW BUGGIES NEW PHiETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES LT3IAN PAKISU W B And ii you Want to get Throngh Without any Trouble go at Once and Get Ton an ALL STEEL i Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market and the MOLLNE TONGUE AND TGNGUELE8S 0ULT1TATOBS Deeringr Binder SHOVEL Joe S Boggs says that be has been running a DEERING BINDER for four years and it lias not cost him a cent for repairs B J Clay nays he has been running a DEERING BINDER for ten eurs and it U doing good work J ct lare stock of them TIIKY ARE THE BEST CrXMSQHAX HswIivEry and SaleStaUe We have erected a new and commodious Livery and Sale Stable corner of 3rd and Irvine streets Richmond Ky aud abk ttie public to give ua a trial Â¬ My vehicles are all new aud of very latest patterns They are for ou the most reasonable terms If want a vehicle come and see me you wont go h P 5- - sale you and the A One of SPLIT COLD COIN WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF BACK BANDS HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES AND LINES Also full sets ot JOHN DONELON That is the Kind of Machine for the Farmers to Buy REMEMBER that I will have a car load of these six foot DEERING MOWERS bought them to sell dont forget it I have just received a car load of the celebrated DEERING BINDER TWINE 1 Â¬ thr Iradur of the Mint That Itarelv 8atS lilto ircTilation Two lens for a twenty pl said a gentleman to the cashier in the county treasurers office at San Fran-ei-e- o PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor Op C Si And everything necessary to hitch up Wagon AVE BLAJNXIB And BEST MACHINE HARNESS F im AEL KINDS OE 2EYE REAPERS SST Call and see me next door to the Tost Office pope 5675040 O IH HORSES rates HITCHED OR FED Limestone Street 0 Sopot AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle Uornes horsed aud buggies hired at low 16 IS PAURIS11 CI NNlNuUAM LEXINGTON KY Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY fK - Farming and Garden Implements tte GELEBRATI WtwJt mm Tk fcOc wiar BEHTTer ewopet I n tap worm uw aupenor gooia m Onrnftke FRFF imriMtuwtwm fooata Wew Building and Fnrnitnre Well Licbtcdjutd Ventilated Organized 1874 IAS - and MOWERS V Assets m tooK VM30M ttoac em locality ao- 0lv wU wrtta toe aX oocacaa wail aw f Alt vo aT tadw m tkaefcaaca t baw aa r tkoa mmA Centi tilly Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED Rtara k h to t i 1 KM We keep on hand for inspection a number of the beat ROAD CARTS that roll the pikes and j - BrTin Roofiing a Specialty Call and see our Goods and Prices and we will suit you E CANTRUil President uy WZTHOM V GANG Med Director Dit J W HARMS Geo Agt CallH attention to its Lovel Premium Plan f Insurance ail liberal terms of 1oliey Prompt ami Reliable Paul tip insurance given at the end ol expec Â¬ tancy Of life thus providing disability clause iu old hjo Polk ie IaexMltestabJe except foi fraud or nou paymeut if premium No restriction as ti residence travel or occupation Policies uon Torfeiabie ater three annual nai nifv 47- Du 3 tt tk M around jo Tba ba aaj kM f IMl adrn irnt ihiH Hm atamU cd4 f th u gtvat ifac tffiuwM ofUradc4t RATES S2 and 250 per Day acopeaarcaa baath ftit can miliT froaa Otttaspanac 4aitMH MA toaiu pi aT nart of tUbork varry Wa It ia a fraud oWfc wOlalaaahow roaiaw- il Wmyi CityLotsforSale - 1 For Sals or W C FITZPATRICK v k CO JZiLf1 situated on a r ton Ky kiun ty- - f RentCRAisEYBuowN Arcliltects retPrivateu Wiuoins Block OxcNxtn tan I Sl FREE run lered by 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