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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 m5a sOa rgSJftaffi nsW 6f r aLJgJJLeC5 jkj 7 f Notions VOLUME IV RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE IlI 8 Mto 18 1890 i Mens Suits Mens Suits Mens Suits Mens Suits t fccr laQjJ3CC3 3QJJjati W NUMBER 1 1 THE SAVINGS BANK OF RICHMOND saver lor his patrons I Offers a number of ularity I am determined to make an addition to my Savings Bank and add to it a Summer Resort to the public its shareslines of goods are so for less than value that haspublic callrecognized fact for a long time that STRENG is the money It the been a his establishment much below all other houses His prices on his Bank of Richmond Not satisfied with this popThis I propose to accomplish by making a great reduction in my already low prices and The Savings Â¬ BEGIN A GREAT SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Thereby crowding ray store all day long with Bargain Hunters who will have their desires readily gratified with unlimited bargains thereby causing unlimited exclamations a Summer Resort to buy goods atStrengs NOW WATCH US IS IT NOT LIKE DEPOSITING YOUR MONEY IN Â¬ It I is like going to VISiTiN A 1 Dry Goods Challies worth c at 5 cents Calicoes woitti k at 5 cents Chaiiics worth 10c at Jv cents cents HanJsomc Prcb Goods worth 15c at All Colore Henriettas 36 inches wide worth 40c at 25 cents A II Wool Henriettas 40 inches wide worth 50c at 40 cents Handsome Sateens worth i623c at I2 cents Colored French Sateens worth 35c at 20 cents Cashmere Ombres worth 40c at 25 cents India Linens worth 12V5C at to cents 45 inch Flouncing worth 125 at 75 cents worth 25c at NCMb V00l Chaln I sffis-- at Shoes Ladies Dongola Kid Button Shoes worth 2 at 150 Ladies Dongola Kid Button Shoes worth 250 at 2 Misses Dongola Kid Button Shoes worth 225 at 175 Misses Slippers worth 100 at 75 cents Misses Slippers worth 150 at i 25 Mens Calf Shoes worth 175 at 135 Mens Shoes Congress or Lace worth f 200 at Jt 50 Mens Shoes Congress or Lace worth 2 50 at 2 00 Mens Shoes Congress or Lace worth 325 at 271 Boys Shoes Congress or Lace worth 200 at do Childrens Shoes 75c at 50 cents Ch ldrens Shoe worth 125 at 100 1 Clothing of Glothing worth 150 at 5 00 of Clothing worth J 00 at 7 of Clothing worth 1000 at at 1000 of Clothing worth S Mens Suits of Clothing worth f oo at 1200 Mens Suits of Clothing worth 2000 it 1500 Boys Suits worth noo at Bovs Suits worth 800 at fO Bovs Suits worth f 1200 at at 200 ih Childrens Knee Suits worth Childrens Knee Suits worth 450 at vOo Childrens Knee Suits worth t o at 5 3- IT N T LIKE iI TO GO TO ffi Strangs at the prices l noted io And Imj Jersey Fitting Vests worth 25c at 15 cents Jersey Fitting Vests worth 40c at 25 cents Hose full regular worth 30c at 20 cents Hose worth 25c at i62 cents Hemstitched Mandkerchiefs worth 10c at 5 cents Silk Mits worth 40c at 25 cents Belts worth 30c at 15 cents Ladis Belts worth 40c at 25 cents Bestout Corset worth 75c at 50 cents Best Corset in the country worth 125 at 100 Zephyr Corset worth 150 at 125 Misses Corsets worth 75c at 50 cents Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladijs Ladies sum t r M JaV K Ifl I 4o Strengs own cheap with so much pleasure and the tnturt studied and their happioCM promoted Lace Curtains HATS HATS Just opened a new line of Lace Curtains at SL25 S150 200 250 300 400 and 500 a pair well worth 25 per cent more With every pair of Curtains from 200 upwards we GIVE THE POLLS TO GO WITH THEM We have just opened our Second Shipment of this Season and are ready to show one of the Handsomest Lines in the city at greatly re- Â¬ CARPETS duced prices KCARPETS For everybody at from 50 cents up to any price fully 25 per cent lesr than any House can quote them to be sold for Of all kinds of prices never very For everybody ruinously low makes begin them at 50 cents and go up before We prices We want them to move and prices to 3 50 which is fully 20 per cent less than any one m town will MAKE THEM GO 1 i-C-- SHIRTS FLANNEL attempted at UNDERWEAR at the best A new us Have had big lot just in for this sale Prices will make them go If you need one come and see them --- PARASOLSseasonFANS We haye a run with this a 1 A The goods in our house must get a move on themselves We have therefore inaugurated this great sale creating a Savins Bank for every one that makes a pur- a 1 D ll J AA me Ol me cnase ironi us at iiie same lime experiencing Xl pleasure i1 uon uiiiigs inn quui tnai vuv uun uuij get m otreug s aim xl ouminer resorts oi me country TV t iorget our quotations anu a great inaii il ted as every tiling in our house has the prices reduced in order that every buyer will get a bargain in whatever they may buy The Savings Bank is open at all times to everybody or orders arc issued 1 1 A H J STRENG BIGGEESTAFF IB IE Xj sM lsaai d The Peoples Savings Bank Mnger JbJZTJD RULINa S ZL ZDOTJQ STUANiiE XjSS SSISTKTT Over- New York Town- IMLita-IEIBS- ArcTirj rarvicttlot f xiiiKSTiSraancs arrscif ntlflcall ami at used formally tuarsasedtrr the people Every single Spe cific is a special core for the disease named These Specific care without drugging pant tan or reducing tho system and are In rnrt and deed the saTrrcim re Bardies of IheW orld r or ramciPAi nog SWornifi i i I Humphreys of Infants CollrorTe thing Adulu of lilllren or Bilious ColicIienterv Orlplng VomUlng Worm Fever UPSET THE DEAD A Teniflc Shover of Htill Pellets Iluiiiyarl It CENSUS 11 GATHEKLNU rule nnd Italians Can Ifot Knuiiieritcl hy Number at St Louis Horr Attarhetl to a Hearse Frightened by Melnjj Dumped in a ccbw InHttmmtlnn orm tie Itoinbardment The ofHn of the Census has been informtnl by Mr Ash- Â¬ ley the Census Supervisor of tho First District of Pennsylvania that his Mr Porter Superiateadeat utter enumerators have llc Hllle W like Ihf C lo lf I had Ml I G0RMLEY G COS i i Cholera Slorbo uchltl CoagbH cold liri earalffta Twtthache Faeoaehe HendRrfar Slcklleadache Vertigo Dyaaepala BUlous Momarli Happrrnscd or Painful Periods Wbitea too Profuw Periods Croup Cough Difficult Breathing t nit Ithrnui Erysipelas Eruptions Rheumatle Pains i J A WILLIAMSON K Rheaaatiaa 50 Fctcp and A tic ChUls Malaria Ilies blinn or bhwi Id In the Head 50 50 Catarrh Influenza I I CITY KNCilNKI Civil Engineer Survey- BMfla n- and Surveyor K liiuilex I lent Coughs 50 hooping Cauuh ietteral lelllit IhyslcalWeakness 50 Kidney Iirnc1 NrrTousftebllity Irlaary Wrnlmrm Wetting Bed Uiaeaseaof theHeartPalpltatlonl Ilkew KokIumFarm ttmtmafff ft lliilw a Turn Sw iown lMa tiven ltil Sold by Prugrfits or sent postpaid on rectlpt of prlre IE Ilrsram s MiitriL 114 pages rtfhly Ixwnd In cloth and gold mailedSu free IlvsapbreysH edielner109 Pulton NY nlF iENEKAMAND BITKVBT8 MMUU nllemidii iven Lilies rtlian lo Iiijmii ilu- i IUpa anil lis of Cm leloiu iruiH aixt iilx1 Uiiii MMX tMilii iii uilli iarlies inlereNiol aii-lin mouiitaili imiiii in mirvex li of Keilu ky f0aOffioe Ckj I all Richmond Ky 1 SPEC Fl CS jMJ JESSE COBB i terrific hnil torm RCtpt over St Louis For trn miautos the hiil fell in a toalv piitr nacccedcd by a light full As the hail of snow and a havv rain pellets froze they fell in atoaoa of gradu Â¬ ally Increasing size until great frozen chunks weighing as high a an ounce and a quarter and MaaHKtag ttwoa inches in diami for were dasl ed to tho i din nd uproar imto some Â¬ earth thing fiiglitful Horses struck by these icy mis iies became frantic and numer Â¬ A funenl ous runaways were reported cortege was caught in ln storm nnd and i wo horses attached to the carriages locame frightened and dashed up the street Tho hearse was upset and the coffin spilled out Info the gut ter which was floMlel with water Ureal damage was wrought o the plato glass of the city and veral retail de era report their stock heavily injurd Then was a gool siz d Kin al larnum and Baileys Clreaa where a large luli-ern-- e was la attendance ant it looked for a whilo a if the imin nso canva tents would collapse No fatalities havo boen reported A Â¬ hir Â¬ nolifled him that Hungarians and Poles and many Ital- Â¬ ians in Lackawanna Lsmtm and Car boa Counties have refused to give any census information oven to interpreters Many of the men ho says are desig Â¬ nated by their employers by numbers each man wearing his number on his person and answering to it The Superrlsor says that if ro in Â¬ structed he will direct his enume rators to take account of such employes by numbers in this way se Â¬ curing nativity age and occupation which in his opinion would bo better than no information nt all In his ro- ply Superintendent 1orter informs tho supervisor that it is impossible that the census office should help to porpetuato such a state of affairs as reported when large numbers of laborers are treated more like bosss of lur ien than men Mr Por and known only by numbers ter gives him positive instructions to employ a sufficient number of enumera- Â¬ tors and interpreters to thoroughly can vass these people and elicit from them the Information called for by the sched- Â¬ ules Â¬ Â¬ islature nppoinrel to Investigate 8 lliiw ef Treasurer Arrheradefalcation has The Lame Deaf and Blind to A storm passed through Central New It eiw report pleted tho total the Number of Ton Thousand York and did great damage to crops amount its lite defalcation of bridges a largo At Norwich roads and disposition of all of which except portion of the town was flooded and tho the Assemble to Ilerelve Treatment From in hoids has leen ac water was several feet deef in a portion about 510000 No e Pises Creillteil With Possessing nee was secured counted for Miraculous Powers of the town that had never oversowed that Mr Archer had gambled Tho before At Oneida tho entire eastern At least 10000 afflicted people from all part of the town was submergid tho committee says the funds were used to parts of the country gathered at Father water tie in tr lour teet deep on the nrst pay off personal Indebtedness Mollingers church in Allegheny City floors of residences Tho Ontario and Horses Frustrated by LtKutnlnx Fa on the inth to be healed and take Western tracks for a distance of several While a funeral was taking place at part in tbe celebration of St Anthonys miles were under water and it Is report Hickory Grove Church near Darksville Day It was a curious assemblage of ed that much of it is washed away Mo a severe storm passed A large tbe lame deaf and blind drawn to Â¬ though that can not bo decided number of snddle tkatsaea were tied to a gether by the reports of Father Mollin- till tho water subsides A large rack which joitW a barbeil wire fence gers miraculous cures The afllittcd quantity of lumber was washes Iightuin struck the asans and ran liegan to arrive the day before away and people were obliged to leave along by the horses twenty betnji ami at night fivo were their houses in boats The damage will knoccd fiat and four killed outright thousand ramped about the church sleeping lie very large At Solsvillo In Madison Mrs Robert Derigue who was sitting in on floors door stops porches and tho County a saw mill planing mlll horse the chnrch was severely burned ground Tho senb os liegan at day barn and several sheds wero washed Decision for a Dead Man break and were continued all day and awaj by the flood at was also 00O0 It is reported that the committee until late in the evening Thousands feet of lumber The lois Is large as were unable to gain admission to tno most of the buildings were nearly new which was sent by the House of Repre Â¬ to Arkansas to investigate church and all dav they stood in the and valuable The Erie canal in sev sentatives the Breckinridge Clayton case has hot sun awaiting their tnrn to lie cured eral places overflowed its banks Tho Father Molllnger is a physician as well Central Hndions tracks at AVe3t Rome reached the conclusion that Mr Clayton was elected as priest and does not claim any miracthis will send the enso were badly submerged causing a deback for anew election As Mr Clayton ulous powers but is a firm believer in lay of some hours Bray town In tho faith coupled vith works Ho charges central counties reports some daniago is dead Mr Breckinridge will probably have a walk over fnr his prescriptions but fw from the storm nothing loft without giving to the church from Attempt TTifs Muraer and Soclde 1 STORM AND FLOOD Tremendous iill of UTtT Report on ThoComtni the Maryland Leg Â¬ asi4iu Â¬ 1 Pimplees Blotches AVD WALLACE DEALERS IN BB Hits Caps BCQES I Boots Shoes jRP FAFPEVCE That theis blvd is wrong and that nature endeav- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ oring to throw off the impurities Nothing is so tencji ial in assisting nature as Swifts Specific S S is a simple vegetable compound Is harmless to the most delicate child yet it fortes the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood I contracted a severe case of blood that unfitted me tor business tor four years few bottles of Swifts Specific S S S cur me JJ BEITS fill FOR SummerSeason It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our SIMMER We entered the market t STOCK nalize the coming season by a stock which in its magnitude should mark an event in We have the history of all openings succeeded beyond our expectations Tbe goods are now in and placed on the shelves We can show you the largest selection of Jones rsuton Arn City Marshal Â¬ free Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed SwirT Specific Co AUata i L Â¬ Take no skat na cautiondealer are stamped ostks prlre ooaflu apply If the bottom send direct to factory o sw awsssmsw Â¬ Â¬ tacaty flve cents to five dollars Shieilng Sulotdi A HEROIC WORK Sisters of Merry Sari Forty ITetpless Ta J J BK 1 M CIIKNAVJT FARMEPwS POWER - BROOKS CHENAULT Real E state Brolers Â¬ Tics Fit Saddle Stallion willl make the season of iSoo at the Fair Grjunif Richmond Ky at c KlCllalUNK KKNTLCKY SIS TO INSURE I COLT Lirice lislfi of City mi Country Propld and iKrmht on erly Pmperty inmi-j-ii- n orre iiidince soliciied mid pro n t allenlii n Riven bT Of iie iii John lien not ts law oflioe liranch otliee at Stockton A 39- Brooks DriiR 8tre hands high JESSE COBB is 15 chestnut color 4 years old weighs close to 1200 pounds fine action and is a model saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond 1st dam by Tuttle horse he by Estill Eric and Bell sire of dam of Georgette 219 Vara 238 Second dam Lucy by Young Davy Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY 41I1 dam by Traveller All care Mill be taken to prevent acciThe Madison County Bible Society has dents or escapes but will not be responsiBrooks in ble should any occur Iien reserved on at the drug store ol Stockton ond a large numher of Bibles and the colt for the service fee CO EK TistamentK They oficr litem at extremely CIIAKLES r 40- low price to those who are able to buy and propose to gie ihem away to all who are not able to buy Minsters throuuh out the countv are requested to see that me poor of their respective vicinities are supplied SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 W L CRLTCHER President Mad Nat Bank to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new 4 i8 QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine Harts FrsLnkie and Orange Streets f tll TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new elegant 106 EAST MAIN BTREET 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue lots all well nnisnea firet clS9 shop We lire opened Threk Elegant BUILDING LOTS Mild e ire to have the patronage of feet s erate or as a whole on - and children We 40x150Street Ri illenieti ladiFifth Kuiiriiieiri cast work New ami THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS tlegaut ftinuture clean tbrougbout on Walnut Sueet Powells addition aiii sharp razoie oxio feet tach M C MOORE ar For prices on anv of the above 43- J CARMltHAEL E WWIGGINS inquire of Â¬ Â¬ TsEflilCiSar5r The trial of tbe suit ol F 8 Tarbell t the Penniylvanii Ilailroad Com pany for s0000 damages for the death of his wife and three childron who were gen on the ay express over the Pennsylvania railroad and were swept away in the flood at Conrmaugb and Johnstown on Bay SI I99B has ended The jury found a verdict in favor of the Tomato In Illinois railroad company This case was the A tornado swept over DeAVitt County first of the suits for damages that grew 111 A school house near Kirbeck wa out of that disastrous ilood and was demolished whilo school was in session therefore looked upon by all as a test Five children wer injured of whom it case m At Waprlla tho Is feared two will die Dlcirson Niralnted Central Depot and the Meth Illinois A man After two hundred and seven of tho odist Church were wrecked named House living near that town most exciting ballots at Carrollton Ky was fatally hurt Trees and tclegrarh Worth W Oiekerson of Grant County poles were smashed in all directions was selected as the Democratic notniiteo The baru on Mrs Abbotts farm rcur for Congress in tbe Sixth Carlisles Wapella vr demolished and three District horses killed Considerable damage was To Try Curoh Iasnranes done at Waynesville and Clinton Tho Montreal Conference of Meth Â¬ odist Churches has resolved to recom Â¬ What V TTlU Cost general conference to form an new pension bill from tbe con Â¬ mend the The insurance company of its own and to do ference committee is ery liberal in its own insuring It is stated that a provisions though it ignores tho servico its asure similar move in England was eminently n featur added successful Tkaynok for The lowest osi alrr DeWs due tit aid pensioners to the amounts Anohr lows Strm I have rented of J -WM rving mares ia So000000 A tornado on the 11th destroyed tho an that it 1890 must be The Tension ap- fair grounds exhibition hall and tore to Ali mares will reach S500O0KK propriation for the next anntal bill will pieces tho residences of Mrs Big dd n iuis hi d cumUi iraynor iy McKee of Bryant and O W Ives Wapel ng at weaning time therefore not fall much if any short 150000000 This will conclide general All the inmates of the three houses wero Work done with i for by Owen McKee ss a Lid JispaK pension legislation for this session and injured more or less though none owner of tbe colts April H I9- no service pension bill will pus OWEN McKEE 44- E U FARMER Â¬ Cl FOR SALE The Ceorjrla Allliticf it rromlnent Fartor In the State rMSV Avt-rV Colonel prirata secretary to Senator Brown of UpuTjrta has just returned to Washington afler a long Speaking of tho visit to Atlanta present political situation in Georgia Tho Farn ers Alliance is bo said a most powerful organization in our i he lieaMcratfe party num- Â¬ State bers about 120990 is in ieorgia and the Alliance has lKillW nemlors That mentis twvtfainal as many as there are in the Democratic party are That they members of tho Alliance mean to take a hun 1 la pottttoa is sa- Â¬ a tiov in iled They will tr ml Initjd or capture the Iegisittti S natorship and aleol at least tlree Congressmen The Stftta Conven Â¬ tion will be held early in aigtit and the degree of their fcccess lr Uat 111 probably determine their action in tfca Congressional Conventions which will follow later in the month tlent From Death prompt and heroic work of thirty nuns In the Catholic Morcy Hos- Â¬ pital at Davenport la tho forty help loss pationts who worn in tho institution were saved from a horrible death Be- Â¬ fore it was light one of the sisters who was sleeping on tho fourth floor of tho main building was awakened by smoke and discovered a tire in the closet of her room A general alarm was sounded and tho work of removing the belploss patients was begun and successfully ac- Â¬ complished One nun called Sister Mary Irene and whose name was Ellen Mar ray perished Loss on building S10000 Iy the A Tost Case C Ih Â¬ 4- Step Important Notice 1 Â¬ i j I ton Ia An old man Jos Sottle of WILL BOOM THE FOURTH Gladstone 111 who went to Burlington Additional Zst to he filven to the Celebra Â¬ on business was found In tho Q yard tion of Independence lay with his head severed from bis body Ho The Sons of the American Revolution had laid his neck across the rails with his are preparing to celebrate tho fourth of body outside in front of a backing July in all the States and Territories switch engine Shortly after his death The following letter has been addressed a message addressed to him from his by William Seward Webb the President son at Gladstone was received asking General to all tho presidents and offi Â¬ him to return home as bis wife was dy- cers of State societies At a meeting imr of the board of mangers at tho National OBrien Marrys the Baikirs Daughter society Sons of the American Revolu- Â¬ The wedding of Wm OBrien tho tion held in tho office of the President well known Irish leader and editor of Oen ral on tbe Slst day of May 1999 tho tbe Freemans Journal and Mile RafTa following resolutions were unanimously lovitch daughter of M Raffalovitch a Resolved That tho National banker of Paris took plaeo on adopted the llth Society of tho Sons of the American at tho Brompton ortory in London Revolution recomm nd the several Stato The ceremony was performed by his societies to take inch action for the eat grace Most lie v Thomas TV Coks D ehrstion of the coning Fourth of July D archbishop of Cashes Among tho as shall best serve to perpetuate and in guests present w re Mr Parnell and revso the love of independent other colleagues of the bridegroom in rhout the nation and that tho the House of Commons Mr John Dil- Â¬ acting President General shall havo lon acted asgooinstnan the authority to take sneh action as Resolved shall be desirable That Thty Mnst Bo Temperate tho National Society of the Sons of Ohio railroad com- Â¬ Tbe Baltimore the American Revolution hereby re Â¬ pany has sent to each employe a circu Â¬ quest that on tbe coming Fourth of lar note of which the following is in July all bands of music throughout tho part a copy This company will not Initod States in parades public assem Â¬ under any circumstances employ men blies and all places of amusement shall who are in tho habit of becoming intox- Â¬ confine themselves to playing our na- Â¬ icated All employes known to frequent tional and patriotic airs In compli drinking places must be warned to disance with the spirit and intention of continue the practice or quit the com- Â¬ the above resolutions I hereby recom- Â¬ panys service Employes will bo dis Â¬ mend all State societies of tho Sons of charged If intoxicated either on or off the American Revolution within tho duty No person discharged for intox- Â¬ limits of the United States to observe tho ication will be re employed 4th day of July 1993 by appropriate dem Â¬ onstrations and exercises and by pub Â¬ lic meetings orations music and poems making especially prominent the acta Highest of all in Leavening Power and events which culminated in our Na Â¬ tional Independence Onr society is an educator in putriotirm and its first duty is to impress upon the minds of oir people that in order I onr Government in Ameri can institution must be maintained in their simplicity andm rmritr m m lM Eta4 Printers Tho Chnttancoga Evening News has teceded to the demands of tho Interna- Â¬ tional Typographical Fnlon and will pay the scale of thirty thrco and a third jents per thousand asked for day com oosition Â¬ terrible suicide occurred In Burling- Â¬ Fever a farmer living near Rosedale Kas shot bis wife in the head and then Mrs IaKover is not dan Â¬ shot himself gerously injured as the ball did not penetrate the skull LaFevers wound Is serious the ball passing through his body just below the heprt He may die Cat Worms lining Cora Tbe cut worms aro doing considerable damage to the growmrf crops in h over Â¬ flowed district Kutire plantations on the Mississippi Valley road have lost their crops from tho ravages of these worms They aro very injnrions to all vegetation and sptire nothing in their travels thronirh the fields In a fit of Jealous rage Benjamin Ta x3s Bjjt essEnl BSssai all styles juices and grades ever brought to this market cheaper than were ever known We recommend them to the trade Our line of In Ladies Shoes Ladies S3 Sboes in all Styles Made especially for us bv Figlbr Bros Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a style and durability has no equal have the largest stock of S2 and S250 LADIES SHOE We have added to ths line which tor We W L DOUGLAS Mens FOR t9 SHOE S3 Boys Shoes liheritea Bleed Ptisan How many people there are whose d 1st re from sores aches pains and eruptive ten Â¬ dencies are due to inherited blood poison Bud lilood passes from parent to child and It therefore is the duty of husband and wife to keep their blood pure This is easily ac Â¬ complished by a timely use of R B H Bo Â¬ tanic Blood Balm Send lo Blood Balm Co Atlanta for book of most convincing proof My two James Hill AtlnutnUa writes sous were afflicted with blood oolson which was hereditary They both broke doctors said out In sores and eruptions which B B B cnred oom CENTLENIEN Fine Calf Heavy Laced Grain and Ci soar Waterproof Best In tbe warld Examine his joo oExriM haxivsewxd nhok JM HAND SEWED WELT SHUE POLICE AND FAKRKRS KIIUE EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE m WORKWOMENS HOE8 and SM7S BOYS SCHOOL SHOE All made la Congress Bsttoa ana Lace 175 SHOE FOB MI88XS material Beat Arris Beat L rsaaalas Brockton Haas Sold as 2 SHOES Ever brought to lis citv- - prices ranging 2 to 7 This is the best line you can jet anywhere Give us a call before buving elsewhere and be convinced Weal- so make special mention of our MENS 3 SHOES Childrens and Infants Shot great abundance and your interests will be guarded in buvinir theaa from ua Our from uGftls Z sy JACK FREEMAN -m 1 S5355H7 Mrs H Williams Bandy Texas writes My three poor afflicted children who In- hcrlted blood poison have Improved taptdly after a use of B B B It is a Godsend J R Wilson Glen Alpine Station N Feb 13 1885 writes Hone and blood poison forced me to have my leu amputated and on the stump there came a large ulcer which TlM OldMt and StroffMt Asurictn grew worse every day until doctors gave me Ccapaaioa to die I only weighed 120 pounds when I began to take B B B and 13 bottles increas- Â¬ NORTH AMERICA ed my weight In lso pounds and made me sound and well I never knew what good health was bufo SLRINGFIELD M N SU R A NC E BURNAM HUME not ready to buy call and examine and be satisfied this is the place An immense stock of WORK SHOES BROt and PLOW SHOES in fact we have made untiring efforts in every line of our Shoe Department and we think the climax has been capped trH Qur Hat Etock is Cszcpi Consisting of Stetsons soft Summer styles Knox stiff Hats recently received they are dandies See what style columns of New York papers say about them In he above named goods which iriefijr we havent space to ment Mi U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 ir RoYal m Baking Powder CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS an J ai t sranEWWaanl 1 AannnnnunMBTmflBM ftssssVsa ROCK BOTTOM RATES Farmers National Bank BURNAM ear in mbrella prolusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mtrsjiinri We now bid you come and see our attractive foods Attractive pricea that tell their own tale of cheapfteta- - Attractive bargains bound to please atinent a smile artdr gtT Â¬ i 19 Dont forget our office is at the The Square Dealing House HUME WALLACE Sccsssoas BOGUS R ABSOLUTELY PURE N B Tobacco Barns Country caVortm and Milling property specialties 33 s3i BH to Wallace ft V gg B rnt Shows tkvouW THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing neighlnirs at 50c a day He never want May 31 1890 have been 8640000 btui unequivocally an odious tax on Ha pie One may sav he does not care how ed more than this for a days work He including 4820000 bus to the United much revenue the government gets out of never had anything like a serious sell of Kingdom and 3820000 bus to th Editor the people who huy foreign arti FRENCH TIPTON sickness and in 65 years he was hardly tinent Total exports since April 1 1890 ment of the present crcp cause the revenue is for a puMic purpose ever known to miss r dav s work winter PllUkHIl EVEEY EDNE8DA1 BY That would not be a very rational posi or summer rain or shine His wants year 4100000 bus including 2020000 Co tion to take as many things necessary to were the simplest and ten dollarrs a year bus to the United Kingdom and 1480 He didnt 000 bus to the Continent The shii our comport tin plate for example must would pay all Ida expenses WnG White Chas S Powell But when the rate i put seem to have a miserly greed for money nicnts from January 1 to June 1 188 be imported delighted in hard At the time were 10420000 it prohibits 150 bo high thatarticles with the importation bathis death was gettinglalior his Imardfor to the United bus 0300000 bus goirg PRICE PER YEAR Kingdom and 4120000 only of needed the object and of vices ami was at work in the gar bus to the Continent From April 1st government of June 18 1890 result of denrivinir the revenue and giving the whole tax to the den the death summons came to him crop year to June 1 1888 the shipmens krnok BrcKNER has been nomi Â¬ manufacturers everylody must cry out There are plenty of heirs to quarrel over aggredaaed ViKUXH bus 2So0000 going to the United Kingdom and 228000 firings nated for delegate to tbe Constitutional at the injustice of the thing Especially Mr Deattlcys estate patinv does such a tariff lccouie ention Shepperd of Pulaski lodged old bus to the Continent Beerbolr Jailer exasiH when we see it utilized by maufacturers man Win IfcQuuiij in jail here Sunday mates the amount on passage from India Mary Ankkkson the world- in the formation of trusts and other com- Â¬ for contempt of court It seems that a May IS 1880 at 1424000 bus including Both the method and results wbei fainous actreaK and Mr Antonio Navarro binations to prevent the arrival of the era sister of McQueny sued him for some 1224000 bus to the Tnited Kingdom pleasant York tre married in London of lorn prices promised by protectionists western land which she claimed belonged an 1 200000 to the Continent Of the Syrup of Figs is taken it ia and act and refreshing to the taste Cardinal Miming saying orators as the ultimate result of their yertcrda to her but to which he held thedecd The quantity on passage to the United King- gently yet promptly on the Kidueys tlic sermon system With the tariff as a means of lower court decided in her favor and he dom 250000 bus are from Calcutta an ljiver and Howels cleanses the sys ix000 bus from Porubay and Kurrr making their prices artificially high and was ordered to transfer the property to tern effectually dispels colds head SI CCE88HL CAKlMr their trusts to keep them high the pro- Â¬ icr He took an appeal but the cfaee One year ago the quantity afloat aches and fevers and cures habitual was 1880000 bus compris constipation Syrup of Figs is the nwntion nominated tects class has it is felt an unfair ad- higher court sustained the origin decis from India The tamlltii soou nus ior ttie i lined Kingdom only remedy of its kind ever proWin Worth IhVkt rson of Grant vantage of the rest of the communty The ion still lie relused to make the deed ing irn and 912000 bus for for the Continent duced pleasing to the taste and ac CommtMiian to suceevd John farmers an- not the only sufferers from nodal the term of the Lincoln circuit c mntv Vonm ceptable to the stomach prompt in is thirty this legalized plundering though a le court an order of arrest was made returna Baltimort Journal of Mr Nehnma its action and truly beneficial in its ble to a siK cial term of the court June at ing the laryvst distinct class of sufferers The following is a list of the count eipht ftmm 11 lut ha nerval Evthey are oftenest appealed 17th and bond fixed at 1000 Although fairs to be held in Kentucky with their effects prepared only from the mocl toad Reprewntatiw and Jxgwlator and if a healthy and agreeable substances it City fully able to give it he refused to do so several dates of meeting so far as troop man hut of coarse much lew ery citizen is equally concerned wi many excellent qualities commend it said to Ik-- more and came to jail instead He is 70 years are advised people may indeed be brilliant than his predecewr to all and have made it the most interested than the farmer They suffer old and Bseaaa to have been born with a Ashland Boyd county July 2 1 days popular remedy known SILAKK MIXES Mr Shep- Â¬ hrst and most from increased eml of liv chronic case of stublxtrnness Harrodsburg Mercer county July 29 Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c ing lliey must oy prompiiy in casn perd had to go twice to arrest him The 1 day- aDd 1 bottles by all leading drug1 YV Pow ll has decide Mr to work for all they lmv while the farmer even if tirst time he flatly refused to go and the Aug 12 t gists Danville Boyle county Any reliable druggist who vcr mine that liaf Urn Hmommmi - little money pgal at least a living jailer having no way to carry hiin he had lav- may not have it on hand will pro ou his fann near Huston ville and an ex out of his farm The farmer can if he to return without him The next time he Shaqisburg Bath county Aug 121 cure it promptly for any one who perienced Califoniian is now on hi way t - raise his own bread meat and tHk a wagon and poaae and brought him days wishes to try it Do not accept any ha at M ex material for clothing take i liarve Mr Powell If he Mm by sheer force though the old man gave Mavsville Mason count v Aug 19 4 substitute priw and is to pet half the siver mined oiigh la his taxes he c ui for a year up when he saw he saw he could not help days CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Vhope tliat lie will find that there are or two at least keep his head above wa- himself- - Lexington Fayette county Aug 20 i SAN FRANCISCO CAL millions in it V day he Not so the city man Kvery ter LOUISVILLE KY NW YORK NY davs must buy something and if the MckinShelbyville Bhelby county Aug 8t CONCERNING FARMERS KEFOKM IN MISSOIRI TAKIrT ley bill puts up the price of clothing car- 5 days he will feel it at n ware imh1 A Paris Bourbon county Sept 2 1 days car of coin sold in Clark county at 1 teutocrats have determined to FOR CONGBE88 end of the week in a deficiency of in Bardstown Nelson county Sept 2 I reform the principle bene in the make tariff JAMBS B McCREARY Is a candidate for As our city population now conIroahiug election for State officers The strawlierry crop in Pulaski county days ra electiou lo Congress from the Eighth Disstitute nearly half of the entire popula is estimated at 10000 bushels Bowling Green Warren county Sept trict of Kentucky subject to the action of and oiiaifuan Tariff reform pitmm tion if the country it is clear that McKin 50- days the Democratic partwill e held all over the State anl the IJradstreet estimates that we will carry ley is aliout to injure an important secWinchester Clark county Sept 9 4 jcranaan Mills of Texas tion of the Imdy politic That his pro over this year from 30000000 to 35000 days and Riwkinndcv of K nti kyhave bean FOB CIRCUIT COURT CLERK increase of the cost of living 000 bushels more wheat than last EUabethtown Hardin county Sept 9 B G POWELL ot Speedwell is a candi- Â¬ Hecmvd for seven sjweches each during through higher taxes is not dictated by P P Nunnelley shipied to Cincinnati 4 days date for Circuit Court Clerk of Madison the um nth of July These sjhhvIics will an empty treasury hut by a small class 227 Tuesday 4c base that averaged Cynthiana Harrison county Sept 10 county subject to the action of the Demo- Â¬ acoeaaahle point and livared at 46- pop- Â¬ iKjunilsand for which lie paid of selfish tariff lords adds to the cratic party Saan 4 days iieard ly thoaaanda of Missouri November will ford Journal of his scheme ularity Richmond Madison county Spt 10 lioth iarties who are earnestly FOR JAILER show him how odious it is Bait tutor 4 days McCooathy k Fentbentone shipped demanding tariff reform in a candidate for R JJ CORNEL1SOW K lamlis Horse Cave Hart county Sept 18 I from Lexington last week l Jailer of Madison couny and is not subject iWMlNATIMN rK M ItKIR JllHiL averaged 84 lbs The lambs gen- days which to the action of any party but the will ol the DEMOCRATIC Col TY COMMITTEE 51- Henderson Henderson COOntyjSept 30 people erally are gxid this year Fanner Ebme ax guessed that 5 days Journal 1 1800 Ivk mm ink Kv June Mr lieht af Maysville would ha the ATTORXEY8 Hartford Ohio county Oct 1 1 days ne of the largest strawlierry crops evpinniittee of Madi The iHUiiH ratic nominee of the lx xington convention for Oweonfaoro Duvieaa county Oct 7 5 Iner raised in Kentucky and Southern E T BUKNAM F Judge of th- superior Court Hut the son ounty is eajnaaaoi BO meet at the days is aliout consumed and the after the lMth County Clerks rrhco on Satunlay June diana convention adjourned llopkinsville Christian county Oct A TTOltNE IS- - A TLA W of this week will seethis fruit pass out of Â¬ lollot which stood lioliertson of Mays- Llst at 2 oi lock p m A full attend Kentucky 1- 5- 4 days Richmond seas m ance is requested rent of Paris 110 Young ville li Eminence Henry county Oct 154 12 Tiiokpi Chmn Tnos IUinoi- - tanners are refusing to make Office No uyt Burniuns Building First No nomination was of Mt Sterling 74 dav- Street ropotti of the condition of the crops t mode and another convention or some V SULLIVAN State authorities on the ground that tteware of OintniPiits for Catarrh that NEWS PARAGRAPHS other plan will have to be adopted to they are used for the benefit of board of question aHllul the A TTORNE2 A TLA W Contain Mercury - is the third instance of a conven An epidi nnc of Boarder seems la be trade apeVulatorB Kentucky as mercury will surely destroy the sense Richmond 1 occurred first sweeping the State Kohna than a doeea Georgia Wearen shipped two coar loads tion failiiij t nominate of smell and completely derange the Office on First street same as formerly oc- Â¬ udidate for men have met death by violence this of hay to Middlesboro yesterday making whole system when entering it through ihui Jude Lindsa 16- cupied by County Jmlpe Miller 40 car loads that he has shipped to the Court oi Appeals and again when Mr c week and the bloody work continues Sucli articles the mucous surfaces S POWELL He gets from 81 to 12 for should never be used except on prescrip- Â¬ nston Mr A lams and others were Human life is very cheap in Kentucky inotintains candidate for commonwealths attorney and will be until more of the hemp crop mftrd JoHnmL tions from reputable physicians as the A TTOltXET A T LA IV atmosphere of late lias not bona is made into lapaa te strangle the takers The price of hemp seed varh d during damage they will do is ten fold to the Kentucky if it Grreoaao epidemic of hangings the past six months from 90 cents to 8 good you can possibly derive from them Richmond favorable to conventions will for awhile and the other epidemic per bushel This WOS not due to tariff Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P Office on Second Street x MrCREARY AM KANDALL nal play out but was a regular old case of supply and J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no A barn on the Brown place containing Farmer Journal demand mercury and is uVen internally and acts IiNTAL BURGERY Enlagjni af the late HaanoaJ J Randall six thousand poonds of hemp 13 tons t C P Bruner bought of K C Green of directly ujion the blood and mucous surii Congress Saturday by BOJ uid a lot of hemp lieraks was burn Owen county for Finley ft McMeekin faces of the system In buying Hall A WILKES SMITH a nuiiiU r af BOOMteaa including Col ei from an unknown origin last Sunday fillies at an averÂ¬ Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genufourteen M Cnary DENTAL SURGEON evening with all its age rie of 87 per head and four yearine It is taken internally and made in Richmond Kentucky poke in highest terms of his Kpotlo Three traps ood ling amies at 100 per head They were Toledo Ohio by F insurance Co J Cheney i eitiaan and chars Office Office Smith BulldiiiK Main Street clay birds etc belonging to the Ver- bought for the Southern trade G Sold by Druggists price 75c per boms M0 to 120J M 1HI0 to 400 1 M Got MeOaary sailles uin Club and Stored in the barn i statesman 3- to dentistry Practice limited titirn Tim bottle puke of their pcaaaaaj relations which wire alao destroyed causing a level of An examination of the J MOKUAN D D S them to them of 75 1 rwiiVs Pa3- Th War Oto the Neslon shaft which has been on Are rm the know eaili other well with a min- In a nt RICHMOND KENTUCKT W 1 Whitley of Nashville was ar- reveals the fact that the damage will lc gentlemen were looted ber of the Itiliiii Cbamborof rested Thursdav chargad with murdertogether and when Mr Ilandall found ing Judge Zinzeny a Kentucky eettoo mm h less than anticipated Twelve Premier Crispi declared that Italy- - ro Office Main Street over Madison National that be could not attend the sessions of buyer just across the river from Clarks mules acre found alive having been UtUoas witk botli frmaee ami Iiu3sia Bink without food and water twenty six days had become cordial and that the st winter he sent Got ville Beam twenty years ago Zinzeny of European difficulties had pa yELBY W BUitGIN tellinc him to feel disappeared suddenly and has never beet The damage approximates 20000 and a lonr period of peace was jruaran- DENTIST Mi s Julia Masters was killed at Frank use his Ilandall si r at one A negro who diel at Clarks- nee - rable in the hall Kentucky lin and Mrs Sylvester near Owensboro After Richmond ville a few day- - ago charged Whitley Explosion of Ntro Gycerin Sunday by lighting Pull creek in Ma Mr Kandalls death Got McCrcary fell Office Over Palaie Dry Oooda Stoic on f Three hundred iiirwith the murder saying that be helped Kirsl Street formerly occupied by Dr Kcs son loiintv drowned a woman and two heir to his desk and chair which he busy the liody in a sink hole exploded at Iavtlemaa 16 Coa fac teejos daughters by washing away their house tory three miles from Findlay now occupiea tkamforrl The long talked of town dock ha- - at A C iV W CREED D D S bridge was also washed down wrecking the bulldiny TI10 sbock was felt for forty iril- - and was by many THE SIRPLIS DOES THE MctilSTV ACT last shown it- - four lieautiiul faces from and a freight train running into tbi KIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY the tower of the Court House and its was demolished and three men killed mammoth gong now regularly tolls forth That ciiiraaoos surplus in the liiite1 Everything Office nt Flnnell residence W Miller of Wayne bought of tl Tobacco Market lone pertaining to tlie profession States Treasury that has cauwil so much tbe boor of day It wis wound ap and lluun A Burns of the We t End JO Louisville mle is a mere memory or soon will set agorng antt Monday and has already head of By U lover Durrelt Louisville Tobacco l0U0 ouiid cattle at 3 cents Ware House PHYSICIANS lie i smie remarks on liecoinc quit a popohv feature of the and of John Goode 10 of the same at town and is consulted more frequently Sales on our market for the week just uferenee reiort on the Crient oe Swope sold to Hen same price K J M roYNTZ Pension Aiiripriatiou Hill Kep than any other institution or individual Kobinson 8 young heifers at 2 cents closed amount to j75hhds with receipis Sales for the same period of 1 803 hhds Hanaannm of Iowa in the among us caentatve John Jones sold to I N Prcwitt PHTSICIA N A ND S URGE ON on our market since January 1st amount Mrs James Sanaa who resided on the Hooac to day ma lc the following state head of tit cattle at 3 cento In Kentucky by the to 69142 hhds Sales of the crop of 1889 Richmond town Pike between OeotietDIc Journal imiil nf tin ij i riitinnr mil on our market to this date 37996 hhds and Newtown was killed by lightning present House for the benoCl of t Oitice Second Street next to Whites Drug A little green bug the farmers of Jeff 3- H4S74JI The tobacco section of this State has Store Thursdav afternoon while housing her diers Regular iensioii bill is destroying their oats son county claiiu - Idiers chicken from the rain nt Ieciency She was near a been favored this week by good and genW EVANS M D will lie a severe ban m Ihjiri artificial small tree which was struck and the lslt crop and there Home eral rains which has secured the planting Q HM It made its appeonanee consequence ti000 pay and lun glancing off struck and killed her She PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON of the greater part of the intended crop Bmbs deficiency weeks ago and only here and was aged aliout years and a most almut live The favorable weather conditions have Richmond ty claims Slli- Kentucky might they occasionally be found worthy lady Mr lionan has certainly there aid for state homes HOOOQo not had the effect of checking the adÂ¬ in a field but they multiplied by thous ay and Ismnnty been unfortunate in the last lew years artificial limW vances in prices but has not had the effect Office Second Street ands and now there are myriads of them expenses pension office having lost his wife and four children daima 61000 of producing any material decline and has They eat the green stalks everywhere R T J TAYLOR nls and pension division 1itrir Ki ulurkitiH had no effect whatever upon the better J243 near the ground and the great brown sun War Iepartment Sc7i70 aa for total grades of leaf One hogshead of burley The 181 niil s of track 8381 mule- - b0 Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery InlpliaWMOif li flflfl aenerai jK nsion act Imildings 100 pieces of real estate and dried patches in thelieldsshow the effects sold on our market this week at 2950 Kentucky Richmond of their deadly wurk passed yesterday per hundred 3MMW Uagaot various other property belonging to the The following quotations fairly reprelUaVimn lv4107i Central Passenger Kailway Company and The prosects for the great democratic Office Second Street over Dykes Grocery of the Louisville City Kailway Company fruit tbe main stay the poor man was sent our market for burley tobacco crop Stoie never better We refer to the blackberry of 18S9 McklNLET PRICES AND HARD TIMES have jossed into the hands of other R JOHN M FOSTER crop Cheering new- - is coming in from Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 250 owners mostly New York and Philadelof our county and our exchang all parts Manafacturers who go to Congress for phia PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON to 350 ieope The deal is one of the protection and g t it are not sentimen largest financial transactions ever made es mention a like rejiort One of them Colory Trash 3 50 to 700 Kentucky Richmond taliats Tl iey nean business Their ob in the Southwest for street railway proji says the blackberry goes a long way to- Â¬ Common Lugs not colory too to 5 50 Office Main Street next door to Duxons ject is to increase their profits l get erty the amount of money changing ward splicing in the time lietween now u stairs residence at cor Main and Tutes Colory Lugs 700 to 900 C eek Avenue Of iatc ting a high duty on imputed articles such hand- - 1 n ing in the aggregate a little over ami the iersiiiimoii season Common Leaf 850 to 900 years the luscious blackberry has become a they tbemselvs jiroluiv they exclude Medium to Good Leaf 950 to 16 00 T 8300000 T SEXSMITH M D a eauuoderabte article of eomerce and in Having done this foreign tonajMtHifwi Good to Fine Fillers 17 00 to 1500 During the storm last Thursday the tbe upper counties a driving buoia aise their prices As a rule they PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 2950 lightning struck the telegraph wire be- anticijiated in them JMOOfaanoV add the duty to the price they would sell White Hall - - - Kentucky tween this place and McIJrayer Several at if there were no tariff If for example LIVE STOCK XiAEKET EEPOET of Mathcw on the Offers his professional services to the pubthe price of an unprotei ed article in the telegraph poets sliatteredfarm lightning By GREENE 4 EM BUY Potatoes of different varities planted 8- Duncan were The lic per docen the prJna of hoane market is Ue Stm k CommiRslon Merchants at Ciuelii then followed the wire to Mt Prayer en side by side will mix only through the ualt Union Stock Yards and Covlugton the same article after a per cent duty tcred the depot ruined the instrument flowers and if Stock Yards tiered from the R S M LETCHER is imposed will he 7J0or more It will net the building on tire New in- potato lialls ami planted next year the Cincinnati Ohio June 161890 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON be as moth more as the profits of import- and were recently put in the de resulting crop will probably show evi SHIPPING CATTLE ers and jobbers on the couiieting foreign struments Kentucky Richmond donea of across lietween the two varie- pot noon and the ground connection had harm of is the article amount I Good to Extra -4 4o ltially if liees were plenty at Fair to Good been made hence- the aliove results 425 protection in the eyes af the practical mt 28- Office Smith Building Malu Street the time and place of flowering Common and Rough Fortunately the lire was e 2 75 protectionist that it enables him to ad Â¬ Put if the growth of tubers only is Good to Extra Oxen hitcrtmctbmr ami the dejst saved 35 vance his price increase his profits ami W BRIGHT M D meant and the planting of tuiors for Fair to Good Oxen 3 6o A remarkable double welding recently a big income on a small income inget 225 crepe no mixing can occur in Common and Rough PHYSICIAN ANDSURGEON A wido- Â¬ future vented perhaps in old and obsolete nia took place in Harlan county BUTCHER CATTLE Kentucky Richmond wer named Johnson married a Miss Sn or this way The tulicr is only a swollen ckunery To the masses of tbe people the bud and baa no connection with the pro Good to Extra 4 25 Building on Main Street ffire In Smith oyatem is objectionable for the very rea The same ceremony united Johnso air to Oood 4 10 Bimetal attention given to DOicroaooplcal 11 and cess of mixing of seed resulting from Extra Fat Steers 4 00t 4 10 chdiiical examinations of tissues and u Ids son that Ha beneficiaries like it They to Miss Snows mother who was a widow the cross fertilization Jfonu Journal t liumiin body Fair to Good Steers 3 SS 4 00 of he abject it is true to an excoonre enhanee ilter the i eremony was over the elder The lamb trade is brisk here and Good to Extra Cows 3 5r 3 so found himself to Ik- - the anent of the cost of imported articles bat Mr Johnson 2 5011 3 x HOLTON jySL C many are lxing shipped the shipment Fair to Good Cows of his own son and the Common Cows 1 they object a groat deal more to the rigg 751 2 2 more than a jK in two da daughter-in-laHomeopathic Physician and Surgeon The younger Mr 1 oo Rough Cows and Oxen I 50 ing of the borne market made possible by of his Kentucky grgating in value here ilW Richmond BULLS the tariff because it effects their pockets Johnson fonnd himself to lie bat father-in-la- farmers are greatly interested in Our the Best Shipping lather of his step motiier and the M BrihtV Hours SdO to over Office a a groat deal more For the custom house r Special altcnllou If l m lo i0 p in The two brides sheep trade and increasing it ever of his own father Best Bologna 2 6o8 tfi diseases of women auil all Jiffi- la the least of the evils complained of i uiv ear Mr J C Mobley spent 125 Fair Bologna 2 were equally related The w idow was 2 35 eull chionie ris s ImlenUs Irealed at a ilis- St 2 Tbe tribute exacted by the factories is iil Udoeopathic inedieines senl lo 2 oo 10 ilaughtcr-in-lato her own daughter and for a few select ewes He kept them Fair to Good Feeders uj adl the greater borden Some six or seven daujrhtcr Common and Thin I 00 through the winter with but little ex in law to her own are lost by the cOVtUarB it is estimated FEEDERS AND STOCKERS aud has just Bold the lamb to GIBSON ung bride was the mother-in-laJENNINGS people in tbe porchaae of home made which he still has from them tor Good Extra Steers I 4 iof 4 25 by the tariff her own mother and step mother to her arares at prices enhanced Physicians and Surgeons Fair to Good Steers The wool clipped brougl 813X58 3 74 4 oil lor every dollar the gum neat ill gets at stci father Alter figuring out the rela Good to Extra Heifers 3 25 A Kentucky and be still has the original mimlier Common and Thin Stockers 2 25aC 3 00 Richmond the coatont hooees on imported wares In This is a small in- for future profits What re stion present EgaW year 1980 tbe revenue from r ustoms OfHce Main street over Wallace 4 Klces COWS AND CALVES what may beat 51 50 slicx store hot went to the treasury t Washing lationship will their offsprings be to one plished by careful and judicious use of Best Grades 3S o 33 anotherf paa waa 8223833741 but the revenue 20 0030 00 E AULTZ money in the hands of an enterprising Fair to Good Washington Deattley aged ghat went to protected manufacturers in 12 ooiS 00 Common id Reporter farmer IfeATti PHYSIC I A N AND S URGE ON Best Veal Calves S 3SC S so the shape of excess of price doe to the died very suddenly Satunlay last at the Shipments of wheat from India for Fair to Good 4 75t 4 50 Richmond residence of Jos Paris near Peynolds Kentucky tariff rates waa not less than 81880000 Common and Heavy 3 oo 3J0 ending May 31 Death was the n sult of a st 80 In tbe case of articles upon which ville Ofllce 22dtf W Main Blrcet Bnrnam A HOGS 18- phe tarhT ia low the proportion of rcve paralysis received the morning before he 40000 bus of which 480000 bus went mlt Biil tiling up stairs Mr to the United Kingdom and 100000 to Select Butchers Mnue obtained by the treasury would of died while working in the garden 3 85 3 90 The sh the pre- - Fair lo Good Packers ntinent 3 8T 3 00 he large hot whore tbe tariff rate Deattley was a noted character Through J M BLACK Good to Extra Lights 3 75i 3 80 hab- vioua week amounted l bodgl little will be imported and tbe tbe taoatindootrioos and economical 35 3 75 King Light Pigs ranafaetarem will get si oat its be had amasaacd property to the val which 5H0000 went to tl PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON SPRING LAMBS erhape 30000 He was never dom and 22OJ000 bus to the Continent fibe whole proceeds of the tariff tax 2- Red House Ky 6 7s lUgbt bct it it that the tariff UX beogana rmrrieti and spent bib lite working lor uie i The aggregate bhipniete from Jau 1 to Extra Â¬ Â¬ This new and excellent and more popular day by day BRILLS SHO ESI 250 shoe is equal to any 350 shoe It grows more EVERYBODY LIKES IT THAT TRIES IT FOR ME1T AND WOMEH osm ENJOYS EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED Â¬ 1 THE NEWEST I HAVE BESIDES KECiUJAii HATS Â¬ fr rin riO wr nuvm lth t- Â¬ 10000 WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER The Latest Styles in Goods and Make oA LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODSo Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion S ave Â¬ n-- - ly money by calling on Â¬ Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS 30- - Â¬ put Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 25 - gfo c Ji3 P O K K - mmwam I wkm fTHPi mtwm POWELL OLIVER PLOWS W- - Jr - yg it a2 I lB k Â¬ Hk- Â¬ Â¬ ft SSL Â¬ - J 0 -- tl il Â¬ 1 3- J Â¬ 1 g-g 2 f fc -- JL M Jt lei A W 1 1 BSS 3- Â¬ two-vear-- Â¬ IK Â¬ 5 - Â¬ Ill a B L gr ei- - K r m H fA 1 1 J e EL mat Â¬ Â¬ li SHACKELFORD -- ron s Xde GENTRY OF- - ALL RECORDS RROKEX With the change of time taking effect DEALERS IN ALL KLND3 3- May 18 lSyo Hardware Tinware Wooflenware AND WAGON House Fnrflislig GofluS - The Solid Vestibule Trains BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Â¬ nitro-jjlycor-i- Â¬ J Big Four Route Will be scheduled so as to provide the best and quickest service ever offered between the Roofing and Guttering Richmond Kv March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40 1 NORTH SOUTH A D RUFF 1 EAST The Southwestern WEST FOR MEN ONLY Shakespeare 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 I Linitel Â¬ The finest train in America equipped with an Elegant Dining car Service runs daily between Lives of poor men oft remind us Honest toil dont stand a chance The more we work we have behind us Bigger patclies on our pants I St Louis Cincinnati AND Â¬ New York VIA THE Boston Itai i Tiuk IT Cntal fil i jmjaTd Â¬ 3- Â¬ Â¬ Landing passengers at Grand Central Sta- Â¬ tion in the heart of New York City from which point street cars and elevated railroads can be taken to any part of the citv No change of cars to Boston The Southwestern Limited makes direct connection in Union Depots with through trains from all western and southern cities HTCIUIERUEIEUl DEALER IN LOOK AT THESE PRICES Work Shirts from Suspenders from Socks from 25 cents 6 up Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Special Â¬ Â¬ 3- Â¬ Handkerchiefs attention given to Absolutely no Ferry Transfer Gallon Coffee Pot The most complete Vestibuled Three papers of Tins Trains on the American Continent run RETTING DIAMONDS Four dozen best Hooks and Eyes daily between CINCINNATI CHICAGO AND OTHER PRECIOUS STON ES Best English Needles two papers Two Balls White Darning Cotton Ask for TICKETS -- via the- Plated ware etc - BIG FOUR ROUTE D B Â¬ Oscar 5- 1- G Murray Genl Passenger Agent Traffic Manager MARTIN OHIO REPAIRING cents up 5 cents up 2 for 5c up 18 cents 5 cents 5 cents 5 cents 5 cents Promptly done and in a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver First Door Above Farmers - Bank Â¬ CINCINNATI Â¬ - Â¬ U mTfi MACKINAC Summer Tours Low Trrnr Tripo per Week Between RIOTTMOXD Association tST Dont torget the place 30- to the Post office Ricbmoud Ky next door -- - Malison County Fair THE FINEST ON EARTH RR TENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT Â¬ Â¬ - 3- son-in-la- -- Palace Steamers Rates Traino witli Chair Parlor Sleeping ami Dining Car service between Cin- mans Perfected Dayton The Cincinnati Hamilton i the only line running Pull Safety Vestibuled RICHMOND KYSEPT 16 TO 1q I89O The following stakes and purses Â¬ son-in-la- w w DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND t Irnnoe Ofbryna Alpen HaxvBTili ftonJ TJsach Port Iluroa Ccoa fit GUir Oftktinil Home Karln 0lt7 Every Ve- Dmy -- 1 DETR0IV AND CLEVELAND Special Sunday Trips daring July and August Btwen cinnati Indianapolis and Chicago and is the Only Line running Through Reclining Chair Can between Cinoiunati Keokuk and Springfield Illinois WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH TO BE COMPETED And the Only Direct Line STAKES 11 FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR PURSES 1890 -- son-in-la- w IUS Bent three in live Between Cincinnati Dayton Lima YEAELI2T STAKES o added by PAMPHLfT OUR ILLUSTRATED 1 200 01 22 Pace Toledo Detroit the Lake Regions and the Association Rate and Exourmon Ticket wttl be fu aiaUe mile heats best two To 3 year olds Canada b7 -- our Ticket Afnt araddreu 4 350 OS in three To 4 year olds E B WHITC0M8 Ge l Pam A 4OO C Tle road is oue of the oldest in t ie To voo d Cleveland Steam Saga1ion Co 500 OC Detroit State of Ohio and the 01 ly line enter- Â¬ IEVINE STAKES For 2 year olds 200 added by Association miic heats To 233 class 5OO OO ing Cincinnati over twenty five miles To 227 class best two in three 700 OO of double track and from its past record To 221 clasI OOO OO car more than assure its patrons speed 50 10 accompany nomination June 1st hveDerrenLtmrromnin nmiLn comfort and safety IO additional which is forfeit 7 50PavaDleJuly S and 5 per cent Tickets ou sale everywhere and e to start to be paid on day preceding race start to be paid on dav preceding that they read C H D either in or Five to fill and three to start all purses The stakes purses On Friday Jane 20th 1890 out of Cincinnati Indianapolis or as follows Sixty per cent to first J ner cent to swnnHandn1 ir are to be d m Toledo e o Mccormick All trials to harness Ihe at 4 oclock P M on the premises I will General Passenger and Ticket Agent govcrn all trials Any horse rules of the National Trotting Horse Association shall distancing the field or any part tall be en sell to the highest bidder without re42 41 first money only Pools sold on all races to Entry Blanks fui serve my Address all communications to HAS HOOKEK I SHELBY IRVINE President M B ARBU - SALE OF PHAGES rr j Â¬ Two Cottages June 7 1890 jR Â¬ in Richmond between the Lexington and Tates Creek turnpikes the most fashionable part of the city VETERINARY SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Veterinary Dentlatry 3S4- - Richmond Kentucky CASSIUS MCLAY Whitb Hall Ky Si i Bpoiaty ami Sterility a 4- BRYANT rif frr Of lay OFFICE Next door lo Climax office lil- iiuiitiaiii building Bicbmoud Ky STRATTON Business College full iArMtiLUU IS V ILLCa K Y t Slightly Absent Minded The subject of tlie apiendel para Â¬ graph from the BoirKm News is a rela-Â¬ 18 1890 Weiaeslay tive of Mr F II Adair of the Glyndon The farce of habit is well illustrated iiamsey A Fifes ad by the Ibtcowiag Dr Adair has been vmiing up from Carli le evt ry morning Ahundant raiiu- continue and returninvr m the evenin- - for the past Se Schlegris celery plant local five years Be moved up bin family the ML Terrill i hirt week On Friday evening n ted to the depot and got nearly ial Si Berea cnauneneeiii there before he remembered that his is family is now living in Iaris Mrs J R Ha Adair says N rvuely gaie upon J H that whenever he is a little ad late lot super she concludes he has for- Â¬ It Svtten - inpscin ami John 1 Stul gotten where be lives and taken the 11 Clark o unity an-- dead train for Carlisle t the races a roouud trip On aiouint left School Location Ik light I IKMrs ML Da O Formau has secured 3 irdiiy ami vote Judire Sotts residence on Third street roto the del fi Uindingtheihoolhorii indebtedness and will oiKti her school there in Se teaaber It aaaaaed many years ago Bice is MiHicienlly recovered Mr R back early in the a female school jiiiii a nvitiI m mllis illness to In- nut Mrs Formau will Weeia Hpond pinion of the granted a divorce yester summer in tlie South West She is at dsy iii tin cane ol 1 1 Armer vs Annie present in the Tan lhindle of Texas hav ing just gone dow n t mmgh the Indian Ani Territory The naniataaaa will he Miss li yti ob see at all jam can see Saviaaa Rank and Summer He Mary Logan Miss Mattie Bronstonaad probably Mis- - Carrie Bnrbeac A large id schi is promised and none is more ca ol mad- - forty gallons of pable than Mrs Formau in conducting it mi with their steam jiower freezer and her assistants possess more than or i imiiein emcnt dinary capacity in that line ii will vote July lihh on a The Srhweinfnrth Gang Fired whscribe 50000 to thi The Christian churxh in open m ii I kirhuKind Railroad Sun lay afternoon excluded L E Francis Uonatey went to Cynthiana and wife and Miss Cornie Cornelisou and iMiujrht a iiumln r of oaaV from further memlership with that deand other horses from nomination The charge was heresy and nell taetory of naaag Saataay after false gods The case of T B lhu kett vs the K parties were duly summoned to nppear Tl and show cause if any they eoafd why lor killing BOBM and mules vai is continued by the they should not c ex ludetl The vote was nnanlan Miss Cornrt is nelisou stated to a committee that she White has purchased four had ceased to commune with the church and will keep them among his bacaaae the Savior whea aai earth said v pn vent distemper do this until 1 come again n and now as Senator Harris says the idea is a BJBasI he is here she - wating for further orders olll lb interrogatories propounded in writing Mr W I Alvers tn for a number of t Mr Francis he saiii he bettered Seh limited with the turniture boaf weinfurth to Ik- the rue Christ in his i Kiiliinoini and of late with ni- second coming Ae c ha- - removed hil- iV IVatheniiThis action should have U en taken to Atlanta long ago THE CLIMAX Juu - j - - 1 I ram - W ence Siturday tlie fourth the pant month and all have n between the ceiling and upper ti making honey - of tfttad on Mr Tarr was formerly proprietor of ieaaaoad a- - Work- - The Iaris kian Citizen says Mr Win Tarr I hoate Tuesday night after three nee in Texas He jmreliised nrijuiaing the city of Corpus Fiftieth Anniversary Hon Curtis 1iurnani has gone to Commencement It is the rv i hia graduation and the elase is to have a re union New 1m r hare coal and lumher Ciul and Lautli r Firat 8 rrorMon and M ML Bar formed a paitncrship teacB yard on the tie KC 1 RN Baaaaaas I Besides their j they will erect one on They will do a big Ravi ngton Arnold it Dm have bought lpped this aaaaoa Key thousand poands of wool the lare t lot any one handled in the county 5 Placing the it loots 111 hair man Harris VV Dr Harris of Cnion City and Dr Hack of 1 are at 1mis- ville attending iieulioa of the Kentucky U Heine Dr Bar- i the das and in u i lent is uiiaiililif iiitl a Caae Dudley entertained the BBBrV aataaj the OoDegeandSeaaina- ry at his n n Thursday evening la t The members of the class presented him with a ban id headed cane The presentation sjieech was made by Mr John Stout Cfin ijitmrii TinDr R ML Uii liflur ef Law Mr A K initiated from Columbian University Washing mi last Thursday with the degree of 15 I Then- - were forty five hi the class The degree of M L was conferred on thirty five others The exercises were held at the New National Theatre and inter- - wrsed with music including cor net picolo and other aoi Â¬ Dial i Best Btoarn dieil suddenly at the home of his uncle Elisha Roberts in this lerday morning at an early hour He aaa aahjaat to tits and cx- aarjraaad violent attack about 4 oclock in the morniny At oclock he was found dead on the floor of his room He limit years old and employed at w rVtaaV aaddtery lie was a sun of Jaik Brown Snthleu iidart W Tif know standard why it ii adopted by the City Couneil With standard time all time pieces in the entire division aie alike but with sun time no two are alike aaavea a Korth and South line There is no reason w h we should have two systems of time If the town clock and mills will adept standard time every lslv else will readily follow have ajway- - adviKatoI at time and are f Shtekels The Iancantcr BoaanJ aaya Messrs Denny Sr W 11 Kinnaird and Judge W K Walker of Lancaster who own a valuable tract of 20Kdl l mineral lands in Iaurel county have negotiated a sale of the same Eastern syndicate at 100000 condition Â¬ ed ujKn the titles beaag mad - now on the Mr IVniiy we learn ground looking after them If the sale stands they have a handsome profit in in their investment A Matter Mr B C Attratiaa Cincinnati lotts has returned from MaX Lou- Â¬ isville where be in -- lremiums for the Madison Coont He expects to et when he back to tl itv lie with A J if Cincinnati txl a consio ChaBsed Fran Deatk to Life f mute e Charley He has of Mad community uu- - the 5 Wil I tfea Lbj- i i iiklas Whenever a man wants to wares in Kiclimond he always comes to Byron McClellands lilly Sally won the Register office He knows whereto the fKMMO Eclipse Stake- - at put his money to do the most eod--Jon Saturday and all Lexington is rejoicaar ing Whosoever blow eth not his own horn At Ashsland Park lexington eighty the same shall not be blown A Ward two horses are being worked Forty A peculiar style of advertising which hands are employed by the establish still exists in many towns and rural dis- - ment Chorcs tricta is the card of thanks After a C T Fox has sold to Mr Young of Oh forget not those heroes their battles are oer Kstill County Loses a Kin man has panned through some severe trib- Â¬ Let them rest sweetly rest on their dear native Judge W B Benton f the Estill ulation such as the illness and death of a Pennsylvania a mare lor S2 and to shore Mr V i Push of Georgetown a fancy County Court was in Kiclimond oik day While the star and the stripes oer a country still near relative he inserts in the local pa last week Be is not na well pleased with per a card formally thanking his friends mare lot 2C0 wave At Antcull France June 9th the tin act of then cent LegMatOiO cutting Oer a land that can boast that our freedom they for their kind attentions The Huston saved off a part ofEatiH and giving it to Powell Tex Tribune thinks the business was Gnuad Steeplechase of Iaris worth Dalys Royal asa dude is with hiscigan tte Thrrhinail Disturb not their slumbers tread lightly around rather overdone by oanaa who caused a nearly tBLjOtB was run takes from Estill a large numln r of Dcm These are graves of our heroes they are libertys Card to Ik inserted thanking the under- B ninth i yrs old won by three lengths mounds ocantie voters and considerable taxable for the pleasant and satisfactory Huntrc s the treat race inare wounded Their names they arc sacred their deeds are still take property manner in which that functionary buried in the horse tram accident near St Louis bright lionltoliert C Hill of Beattyvill is As the stars in the dark vaulted heavens at night his wife has died She was embalmed and ship the Representative and is a Republican Oh remember the deeds dear comrades of the Ied to Litonia for burial She had won SceneOffice on Main Street in Rich- Â¬ dead White the Democrats of the Legislntim fjaoj jo- The the Voice ami were gerrymandering the Congressional While battle fields won andsides blood that was shed mond Time fM at night you stood by the of those who freely loud A colored trotting and running club raps Hello Doctor whack districts to suit themselves Mr Hill jerbled was organized in this city Taesday night rymandered his legislative district to suit Though your garments then were blue but they whack whack Oh Doctorplcasc get up and they will have trotting and routing Voice inside Im dying were often died red Hold on himself This last remark is our own races July 2d and 28 Programmes will for Gods sake dont tear down the hoose not Jmlge Bentons and the circum Chok us be out in a few days giving full particu- Â¬ VO Opens door Im dying Doctor stances of the case warrant the conclusion Thcn Twine for them a wreath of laurel and pines VI I reckon not come in lars Pmru llttinl dying The Iiw renceburg News says As is May the scenes of this day bring to each of our and let me see you Enters For HO00 cash and 1000 in future Oh Docminds already known during the session of the W W Frazer Cynthiana Legiatetare Hon W C McChord the Of the dear ones who fell in the bright Southern tor give me something ipiiek Im suf- winnings clime fering death but Ive pot tboaaooey Ky has sold to J 8 Williams Emi nicmlier from Washington county aoaasd Though there graves were not numbered they right here in my pocket The DoVtor nence Ky and the Baabford Manor a bill changing the Ixundary line be were missed from your line by Springtween Washington and Ainlerson in a The angels of God will watch each unnumbeicd hurries to the drug store gets a hypo Â¬ Stables Julia McGee ch f dermic injection and administers it bok dam Bayadere by King Alfonso grave way to make Washington safely Demo- Â¬ And the Union still stands which they fought hard Aye Doctor you dont know how good Jack China the well known Harrods- Â¬ cratic The Bepoblicaaa wanted to beat to save the bill but could not Latefal the session God bless this old Union and the soldiers so brave I feel I didnt expect to live ten min- burg sprtsman was badly damaged in Hon B C Hill ueonber from Lee coun- Who fought for the fli v hilc it proudly did wave utes longer Ill never never target you the Missouri wreck The horse- - Ganges How much is the bill Well as its Little Prince St Bridget Oklahoma and ty aatradaeed and jia sil a bill with the Chorus von Ill say one di liar ine the Leo were killed outright Mary Mc outside title An act to change the Then be faithful dear comrades may you all meet Devil you say I didnt think a little iowan and the fast filly Josie M wen boanadary line of Beattyville etc The again medicine like that would be taken out alive but badly injured and inside title w a- - An act to change the Not on Georgias red hill- nor Tennessees plains worth more than ten cents and thats will never race again Chinas stable Nor Andersonville prison to suffer such pain j lxiundary line of iV attyvilleand to r peal hunger will cause what Ive got The Doctor walked was simpld wipey out Record chapter 7 Vi of the acts of lOOgfWl The And to sleep in the rain but God then will bless out muttering something ahoot practice first nectioa of the bill attended briefly to J F Keller and son Frank who were yu the wan- - of FH attyvile The sec When the death bugles calls to meet your com- being better cast of the AUeghantea killed in the wreck of the special horse rades ond area more briefly repeated train near St Louis an account of which Who were slain with cannon balls you will soon RELIGIOUS Chapter without was given in this column last week giving a cross to Jordan A Hemarkable Discovery hint of what the chapter was about And join their grml rinks too oh then what a were buried at Cynthiana Wednesday The workmen blasting in the edge of Chapter 786 was Mr McChords bill grand reunion Three thousand pennons were present at The two Jockeys killed in the accident the Woodford line on the Lyne farm Almost at the close of the session Mr Of the boys who wore the blue the Young Peoples CI ristian Endeavor were also brought to Cynthiana A pel turned up a row of well preserved hu Hill panned htill another bill to amend Unin St L mis Saturday morning goat belonging to young Keller was alxi man skeletons apparently iaabedded an title of hi act tearing it would not be PKKS0NAL Forty five hundred delegatewere killed The Klder Keller was a brother laxer of silurian rock a most re const it lit ioiial and t his t hi begot through Keller editor of the present at the opening session of the of Hon Green S markablc and aahqard of thing It Ls without exciting suspicion Be kept his Young Peoples Society of Christian the Carlisle Mercury and clerk of the Prof Akers is at Floyd C H not known how far the row extends own council until the legiatetare had adHouse of Representatives Endeavor at St Louis Va The npedaaeaa found are fan an excelient journed The Democrats however claim B F Millions treat Longfellow colt Lev Steve I lolcombes protracted Miss Mariawillie Smith is visiting state of preservation 1VI T Catlin that ow ing to a defect in the title of Mr Pill Letcher won another ritf at St Loumeeting at the Methodist church is well who saw some of the shattered frag Hills bill it is um oiistitutional Should friends in Ianvillc is Saturday It was theCharies Green Col Beckham was the guest of lrof attended and a considerable interest is from the dynamite blasting ran it stand the test it will invalidate a bill ments one mile and a Stakes 108 added being worked up not account lor the curious discovery panned by Hon B H fiimnVlil by the Cleland last week fourth starters The Pish p lis IIS Rev Geo 0 Barnes will begin a meetIt can not be an Indian mound of which How provisions Mr B F VanMcier of Clark county a new Mag Bill Letcher 123 Allen ing at Augusta Thursday night His Elkte 6 tol did they r- jrrr T TiidjiinaiiiM JL isterial district was funned forthis county was here yesterday to 10 Grayson was scratched The wife and two daughters are with him rrul Thus it will 1m- seen that this becomes an Miss Judith Tudor of Irvine is visitrace was as god a- - gift to Pill Letcher Bro Barnes and fainiy w ill go to Scot If Kentucky gives a Democratic ma- interesting question for more reasons than ing Mrs Claude Smith He made no effort to run until the mile land in July Parti A kktn jority of 50000 in August although for a one was reached when he stretched by the Miss Mary K Phillips of Bryant ville non jKilitical office it ill help the party n account of special net I ices at the Bishop like India rubber and won in a A Mysterious anil Iply Killing is visiting Miss Stevenson at large by showing the old State in still Methodist church there w ill be BO prayer common canter by five open lengths The Patrick ostello shot and killed Copt Miss Ada Nuckols of Versailles is in Boo and that her people still love meeting at the First Pn sbyterian church Bishop whipped out Time 21 Brown under most peculiar circumstan- visiting Mrs It c Stockton Deaaoeratic principles to night Dr Cummiiigs has returned Barddotcn li- - ces at Shanahan and McCartys camp on The great Magrathina stud Lexing Mr Win Mcl ymonils returned to his from the Springs unproved in health the B N I v I JA miles east of Speed home in Winchester ton sold a lot of yearlings New York Friday The ladies of the Baptist church met June 10 A good crowd of horsemen well fan this county Monday evening Frolific Ifaaaa Master Gilbeii lilass of Somerset is with misfortune nt their sapper at Was Capt Brown has for years been in bid with the following results Mr John f opg near Kirksville had a the guest of Master Bobt Crow sons store room last Thursday night A om Chestnut colt by St Blaizc dam PerHiKk of 71 ewes with which he pot eight charge of work for the Shanahan lamp thoughtlessly placed in a window Rev John De Vault visited at pany Costellos mother has for s ene JE Madden haps by Australian buck- - They were merely common stock cracked a 60 plate ulass They held Taylors during commencement 1500 some of them from the mountains Last tini been associated with the Com Mis Nannie Heath is going to Merid- another sapper Friday night to secure Bay colt by Onondaga dam Kelp by July he sold the lambs for April delivery panys work as boarding boose keeper enough money to pay lor the ghan and Stratchino J A oc A II Morris 94000 Keceiitly her son Patrick came to her ian Miss to visit Mivs Halite Drown at ii cents June at U cents and July at v On Sunday apt Brown sent Bay brown colt by Longfellow dam In Noronahor taaafan began to lnuixlrof A Kenne ly and wife will barely came out even VenaOUl Co3tello word to arm himself lor he summer at Crescent Hill near Lonisvilte At the anniversay of the Garrett Pibli Anne Boleyn by Tom Bowling P Loril come and in April he ahipped 3 Be cal Institute in Cbicagi Dr C W DenCostello secured n lard LSL iijKd in all to his time M and meant to kill him Missis Steel and Walker of Garrard shot gun but it was taken from hii i by nett of the Chair of Hi torical Theology Bay colt by Neptune dam Patty of left with pronpotte lor naare Oaa were with Mrs K EL McCann last week preached the Barratan rente sermon from Cork by Kyrle Daly Poach SL600 pecaharir marked ewe had twins in his mother and sister Mi s Maggie CosMiss Mary lVlle Miller left Wednes Mark 4 28 subject The Era of Pelig Brown colt by Strathmore dam Spal Novemlier On the loth of April they tello She sails to day for On Monday morning Costello stai ted day for New York What Signs of its Ap- die by Blue Mantle J II MeCormick oiis Harmony w ere shijipt d and thf t eve iing she gave for Irvine to swear out a peace wairant Kurope proach What Can We Dote Hasten It O200 birth to two more Thirty three lambs against Brown On the way he met Ex Mayor Greeateaf was called to Ion Among other things the Doctor thought Brown colt by Strathmore dam Anhave liecn li irn since April Only one of Shanahan and Mctarty and told caster yesterday by the illness of his this era might be hastened by recogniz nette by Straebino Colonel Hall 22 71 ewes has die the and none have them his mission They informed him mo her ing that we cannot produce moral effects 600 Id noi have any additions been that he would have to go to Kiclimond Cabell and K Byar by mechanical contrivances cannot make Meson W Bay colt by King Alfonso dam Frsu made to the flock bv pureha e or Other for a warrant and accordingly he tame former student at C I attended com men moral by statute Placing the name line Nun by Longfellow J Joync r Sl wi- BOt this record take the rag here and secured the same It was mencement of God in the Constitution and the Kil ie ML Off the bush Messrs Win Thomas B placed fan the hands of Constable Brown lilly by Duke Montrose dam Miss Minnie Letcher returned home in the public schools will not make tin Cotton and James Jones are the purchas Â¬ Jroaddu- - who set out at once for the Tlis is gooodjbut Spainaway by Leamington J A and Monday alter an extended visit to friends Nation righteous ers of the lambs camp accompanied by Costello Beach the speaker spoiled it all by saving A II M aria 23250 at Henderson A Storm ing the camp alxiut lio0 oclock hey There should be a conference of all the Brown filly by duke of b ntrose dam Capt and Mrs LeOBOrd Hanna of On Friday afteneion a strong wind entered the Commissary and Costello churches to select suitable moral precepts Patti by Billett Lebokl Bros 16501 Cleveland have gone home after a visit accompanied by rain and hail swept pointed out Brown sitting on the oppo- Â¬ from the Bible lor a text book on which Black rilly by St Blaize dam Bettie to relatives here Broaddus had over a large portion of the county The site side of the room all can agree for use in the public schools M by Saanterer J E McDonald 1 Letcher and family leave Mr W I hail was destructive several localities Baked this milch Of Costello but no The Bible said he may lie so used by M0 to morrow for Chicago where they will endless teachers as to promote skepticutting off eon blades knocking down more Chestnut filly by Onondaga dam Elsi Broaddus approached Brown and spend the summer w heal and rye and doing other damage cism godless teachers are nore by Buckdcn P Lorillard SlsiHi Just so At this mo Mrs J J Ashbaugh and little son of incompetent to give religions instruction Messrs Highbarger and Bryan en made known his mission Bay Oly by St Blaizc dam Li Juive ment Costello drew his pistol pointed Chattanixiga Tcnn are visiting her jiar and for this gineers an the U N I A Ii were near reason if for no other teach by Mortemer W M Connor Slll5 it at Brown and onlercl him to tl row ents near Richmond Sieedwcll and rejKirt the hail remarkaing the Bible either in whole or in part Brown tilly by Strathmore dam Kel Broaddus ordered Cos- Â¬ bly heavy They measured several of up his handMrs S A Deatherage of Madison is should not be attempted by the State pie by Bonnie Scotland E Brown SI the ntooaa and found them six inches tello to leave or he would arrest him visiting her mother Mrs S B Welch but should be left to the Church and the 300 He would have done so at once but had in circumference but not solid home Aiuririt 8attmeL Motefasrilfa vbaraof Brow lilly by Duke of Montrose dam The branches were high and washed been told that Brown was a dangerous Mr and Mrs B C Hagerman and The Dunkards have just closed a love Gladnens by Onondaga P Lorillard SI and violent man and he thought it U st out fences and water gap- their little daughter Virgie will snood feast at Behrsburg Pa There were thous- Â¬ Ota The On Sunday afternoon a severe wind to secure Brown and then Costello the summer in Virginia ands of jieople in attendance nearly all and rain broke off limbs tore down latter turned away and Bniaddus iro CORRESPONDENCE The solid fanners were were Dunkards Hon J Speed Smith and wife delightfences and injured wheat and rye fields oneded to search Brown who proved to fully entertained the D K E Fraternity attired in the ancient dress iieculiar to 1hunarmed At this moment Costello From various parts of the State come KOXTOWN their faith and hundreds of women and accosted a bystander and with pistol in one evening ot last week repirts of damage Miss Florida Gibson is visiting relaMiss Nettie Hume and Mr Grant K children made the occasion before the Near Iaris a white boy and a colored hand drove him from the room Broad Lilly of Irvine relatives of Mr D C opening of the meeting a lively one The tives and friends at London Laurel Co boy were killed by lightning and the dus cailed to other bystanders Baying Lilly attended commencement meeting house is just nt pacaMar as the Our fanners are resting on arms while same lolt knocked another beys eye out if they did not quiet Costello he would religion and people The floor slopes the weeds grow thick and fast too much put the hand cuds on him He then A J Heed wife and three chilMaj rendered him unconscious far soim and Brow ii to hold out his hands am he dren of LoaisvBte visited Mrs A T from both ends to the center This makes rain time while the fourth was knocked told it possible to look over the heads of those would put the inms on him Brown Million this place the past week Dr Sexsmith and wife isited their senseless- seated in the central pcctiOBOftheeharch without a word reached forwanl his daughter who is attending college at Mrs C K Bu mam Mrs K M Hume hands and as Broaddus was about to Miss Esther Burnam and Master Eugene On the second Hixir are wo large rooms Lexington last week No Black Kc for Kiclimond these were occupied at night by the nit on the irons Costello came up be Hume left on Monday for Washington Some time ago the town of GttaaaaOT The Mt Pleasant church has In en brothers and sisters who came from a disKy showed signs of a coming ooni but hind Broaddus and tired over his shouldBurnam Ih 1 will sail tance One room was occupied by the thoroughly repaired and religions ele Â¬ lrof John the liooin as well as the town has just re- er shooting Brown through the mrk on the -- 1st for Paris France where he ments are again smiling and serene men the other by women and children The flash from the pistol burned Bruid ceived a very black eye through the de Â¬ will sriend the summer and talk French Some pwd buyer reckless enough of these apartments are furnished with bed He turned suddenly on Cosfeat of a proposition to erect a public dus face Mr James Bauglunan of Lincoln steads and cradles The cooking is done purse and personal safety to renters into school building by local taxation This is tello disarmed and hand culled him In could find several friend attended the reception at in the basement Some sixty men wo this neighborhood more than a mistake It is a stupid blun- the meantime Capt Brown walked and Miss Minnie Crutchcrs Thursilay eve- men and children occupied these sleep- loads of nice fat hogs fell dead Costello der Ten years ago Hopkinsville had just into the yard ing rooms at night An ox weighing Mr G O Igo who was shot on the exclaimed at the moment that he lid ning such a fight The old fogies the inos pounds was slaughtered for ranch of Watts Walker in Texas sev Miss Bettie Arnold left for New York 580 not intend to shoot that it vas an accibacks and the chronic kickers opposed She sails for Kurope on meals After a sermon an interesting feet eral months ago is not doing very well ming of 20000 in bonds but for- dent Mr Mi Carty apjiearcd and assist Thursday washing ceremony took place When He will proliably return to his home tunately they were in a minority The ed in hurrying Costello away lest he le the 18th Mrs Arnold accompanied her the Bishop finished reading the Bible near Clay s Ferry to Cincinnati inoblicd tax was voted the sclnxils were built and Costello was brought to Richmond anil The enthusiastic Democrats of this their beaoAs to the city cannot be estilrof R L Preston and wife have gone chapter widen described Christ washing lodged in jail He is a native of Pa k to Virginia and will not return They the feet of disciples the Dunkards gave a locality are growing impatie it for the mated To day they are the pride of Hop- Â¬ very fair imitation of the ceremony One Constitutional Convention candidate kinsville the boatdn have been paid and ersburg W Va but has of late lived at formed many friendships here that rebrother kneeled down and washed both Burnam is all right an a citizen but then Wellston Ohio He is a pleasant timid gret to see them leave hundreds of children have been educated feet of three or four brothers sitting on a hes a lUuland the boy ate hanker boat year to year There are now no op- looking man abets B years old and Messrs I C Collins Covington Ben- Â¬ fas row while another brother ing for Mlitical gore They want to see ponents to our Public beftoata but those says he had never had any trouble with nett H Young Louisville Dr H Glass bench a J and a girl with a towel followed and will- Â¬ Madison countys political repwtatiOB Brown and does not know why Brown who formerly tried to defeat their aatab C O Ifctvis Henderson Somerset ed the feet The women all of whom sustained and sparkling in the crown of now claim to be among their threatened to kill him lishment Dr Glass Marshal icxingtoii were in wore white lace caps washed each others Hem K ratic honor and victory Capt Brown is from Virginia has for staunchest friends since being convinced attendance at the commencement feet in the same w ay while an appropriten years been with the company above of error This action of the antiprogrese The many friends of Alex Tribble are Mrs Eugenia Hume Mrs Curtis Bur- Â¬ ate hymn was being sung Loaves of though not surprised to justiy elate element of Glasgows jmpulation shows mentioned and they considered him one nam Master Eugene Hume and Miss bread and dishes containing soup of rice that several funerals are needed in that of the best men they ever had TheÂ¬ Esther Burnam are traveling through and beef had been placed on the table hear through the Central Missourian of town before it can hoc for much pros remains were taken to Winchester yes the Fast the They will meet Miss Mary all the the members partook of the Lords his splendid success in capturing terday for burial which place he had Era ad medal in the declamatory con perity 11 Hume nt Washington and Miss Mary Sapper Every set of four brothers and for several yearn considered his home test at Olasgow Mo He is a son of R The Odd Fellows at Faris every set of four sisters ate soup out ot i It is bolteved that Brown was in love Burnam at New Haven Tribble a pfnaaaroaa and pipular Dr G W Embry a prominent prac- Â¬ one dish two sitting on each end of a inon Lodge of old Fellows was with Miss Costello and that he thought farmer who moved from this place to rOBBBtod at Iaris on la t Thurs her brother was opposed to their mar- - titioner at Irvine formerly of this narrow table The members arose after Howard county Mo several feats ago county was here lsst week It was his eating and embraced each other fervent- Â¬ tin- being the fifth day grandfather who built the house now oc ly The salutation of the holy kiss follow- Â¬ THE LADIES DKLIuTlfTli union of the Odd Fd annual re One Hundred Dollars in Hold Given Away cupied in part by the Climax That was ed when each imprinted a kiss on the There were probably six ate The pleasant effect and the perfect safety 50 30 K and 3 Also Two Years shortly after the war of 1812 and it was lips of members next to him The loud with which ladies may use the I quid fruit nt The exerSubscription to the CLIMAX The house smacks resounded through the meeting laxative Syrup of Figs under all condicourt house consisted of cises at the Every subscrilM r new or old who pays a hotel of great pretentions uimunion service the break Â¬ tions make it their favorite remedy It is is yet as sound as a dollar and that char by Mr Kinmett an address ear in advance from the day of pay 1 M of Chancellor ment will be given a ticket heai hip a acteristic seems to belone to the Enibrv ing at unleavened bread and the drinking pleasing to the eye and to the taste genof uiifermented grape wine were al The Doctor is sound in the i se by Grand Master numler and a duplicate ticket will Ik put family tle yet effectual in acting on ths kidneys WI and therequi-- in a Mated Imjx A blind folded boy will tice and any time he should like to leave nerved The unleavenul broad was in liver and bowels with music draw from the box after it is thoroughly Irvine he will find a warm welcome in his strips some six inches long two wide an inch thick and pieces were broken off by DIED ht brass shaken five tic kt ts in succession which old county cession bands was formed and marched to the will represent the prizes in the order above Minna Crateher entertained a brother who broke another piece and Arthur Leo infant of George H and where an adilress was nam about one hundred friends on last Thurs- handed the remainder to the brother C Myers died in Richmond on r John name of every holder of a Bomber day night to meet her guest Miss Hattie next to lim The meeting lasted two Annie The Saturday June 14th 18S Funeral O former rded in a lxok of consecutive mixe May Hansford of Harrodsburg Among days and finally adjourred 0 Underw took place at the residence Sunday after- Â¬ rs immediately after the number as- - the visiting lad ly of FOR RENT New house on Hillsdale noon and the burial in the cemetery lim Bridgefortb it the Misses Em- Avenue 6 rooms good cellar cistern - Prewitt of Mt Sterling In tl were The earlier you secure your numlxr i- ss walks ally if you are aln MJ Durham W Ii Holt of the behind in you ion lor salt at Si We-tch-sbn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Court of Appeals and Gen Spetd 8 A SONG Fry of Danville There was dancing and altogether the Written and Snng by Miss Nettie L Pond Oild Fellows had a great time and the on Decoration Day May 30 1890 at Paris people nobly acquitted themselves Uillead Church Madison Among those present from Malison County Ky county were N B Turpin B Ju C flowers John Alman Eula IIrris Dear comrades youve met on this beautiful day L L Taylor C K Tudor ML G Blown To decorate the graves of those who fell on the It C Kerby L L Brown Jake Lkarin ger A H Ialor W II Douglas F J As they were marching to battle our country to save Lipscomb R L Parrish A EL Sett They gave up their lives that this dear old flag John A Mershon Win latum Thos might wave Horton W ML Nelson J D Feney Oh forget not the dead who are laid here to rest May their memories grow bright as the sun in the Win Blount Sam Hatter J W Pigg West Fast Grand Muter A J Bead of lm While its beams are shining on those who stood by isville was present but was too lame their side from his tete tornado experience to take May they ever remain true heroes and the dear nations pride any iwrt in the proceedings Owsley of Lincoln and Miss HORSE NOTES Price of Mercer A delightful supK r oaa spread and Miss Crateher omitted R P Fox ft Sons said a lilly by Bod n i effort whatever to promote the happi Crooke of a Lcxiugtou mare for fSMk I her guests The grounds were The receipts on the IVlmont Driving bcautifullv illuminated Clubs opening day amounted to over NEWS PARAGRAPHS Mrs Bathe Montague died at Lexing ing on aged 88 ream Ex lie veuue agent Wash Jewett attempted suicide at Cynthiana N Lmisville is Ed Elliott of the L short S000 in his accounts The General Confederate Reunion will Ik- - held at Chattanooga July 3rd 4th and ftfk John Mitchell a bridegroom of a week committed suicide at Fordsville Ky yesterday J B Douglas of Somerset brakenian on the L it N freight train was killed near Pine Hill Mr Joseph Craft of Mt Vernon and Miss Julia Trapp of Louisville were married last week George Younger was killed by accident while two men were engagnl in a tight in Shelby county The illst birth lay of one of the inmates of the Home of the Friendless Lexington was celebrated last week son of s s Edgar Dhepard Shepard Lexington was drowned while bathing in Eikhorn creek Mrs Leah Lainine aged 97 years fell from a chair in Boorhoa county and died from the effects of the fall Bile Rolierts was sent to the penitenti Â¬ ary by the Fayette Circuit Court to serve a sentence of four years for killing John McCarty The volume of trade lor the month of May is reported to be the largest ever re Â¬ corded in any mouth and as having gained outside of New York - per cent Editor W II Polk has removed his paper the ilobe from Lexington to Mid No doubt he will shake up oaaaboronajh the already live town and make it go faster than ever The Court of Appeals athrmed the de Â¬ cision of the lower court sentencing Carter to death by haaghag for John the Border of William TraiFord at May field Ky Octobers Id The effects of Mrs PhUc Joiner who died at an Atlanta hotel recently were removed Wednesday by relatives and si710 in currency was found in a cast of bustle She claimed to have been very ir Mr RL Salter has bought the Id home Â¬ E Bowman stead of the late Col an Iexinirton Avenue and will take sion of SBBBe January 1st 1891 The place contains ahoot thirteen acres Price 6730 cash Miss Minerva ice aged eighteen of Maysville suicided Tuesday by taking a poiaonoos mixture of some kind sin left a note attributing her course to bad treatment at the hands of her parents and brother A census eiiuinerater at Kiclimond Va has found a colored woman named Martha Clay who has had thirty seven children since 1868 she has rives birth to triplets six tinn s twins six times and to seven others singly Gov Bockner has appointed Prof J M K Patter on of the A College Lexington a delegate trees Kentucky to the British Association for the Advance ment of Science which meet- - at Leeds England September 3rd A farmer at Ipswich Mass while plowing turned up an Indian idol of solid -- tone in the shape of a serpent It is thirty inches in length and of dark color It is to be deposited in the Ebbsx Institute collection at Salemii Mass Will Phelps of this county stoid on the top rail of a fence and tired a gun at a squirrel last week The gun kicked him off almost severing his left ear from his head and bruising him up otherwise He kept his bed for several nays Jft Â¬ Â¬ -i i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stray Dog A white and black fox hound from Mr Steve Walkers in Garrard county Any information gladly received 12 D M Tkrrill Work in the order of the Red Cross Friday night it Notice tt das Isnsnmen Under the rules of the Company all pipes put in buildings must be of standard size and tested in the presence of the Superintendent or Foreman of the Company before gas will be turned on or the meter set Consumers are requested for their own protection not to pay bills for gas fitting unless accompanied by a certificate from the Gas Company showing that this rule has been complied with The testing is witnessed by the Company and the certificate furnished on application without charge A E BOARDMAN President 5 Sick Headache and a -- ensation of oppression and dullness in the head are very commonly produced by indigestion morbid despondency irritability and over sensitiveness of the nerves tnav in a majority af cases be traced to the same cause Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm and Pellets will positively 1 cute 13 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2Â¬ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS LIST OF LETTERS Remaining unclaimed in the at Richmond Ky week ending June e 18 1890 THIN COLUMN fBa It is estimated that within a radius of three miles of Terre Haute wL fjR0B advertise his 000 are invented in trotters and pacers Harne Geo Armstrong H A Bland Bettie Jones Baas Braver Mary E Johns Roht C Braylin Jose Mason John W Burtin Sarah Bell Moore W N Brockman Nannie Parke Dr R W Burnet P G Reed Tillitha Clark Robt bams Charley Clark Emma bamms Thooaas Dunkle John L Stevens Wm Gibson Florida W ialey Joseph Golden Millie Walker James H Hatchet Hubard Walker Jimmie col Hammer Maggie Woods James Hayden Jeraina Post Omce hours from 6 a m to 7 p m Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a m to 6 T J B WILLIS m WANTED 20 Quarrvmen ft 75 per day 20 Teamsters f 20 per month 10 nr ii M s Foundation W 00 Laborers Diggers iay 175 per day Apply to C ajhaal O K IfaTTREE 1 R ASPORTATION mond RICHMOND a COAL AND LUMBER CO brass Land Fur Kent have several pastures of excellent grass land four miles from Richmond on the undersigned have formed z partner Â¬ Union City pike for rent till January 1st THE to sell all kinds of Coal and Lum- Â¬ Never failing water 1891 ber at the lowest market price and re- Â¬ Mrs S P CheNailt spectfully request a liberal patronag--th5- 1public are located on Get Smiths Diarrhn a Cordial and save Orchard StreetThe yards01 aij also your life a- - you cant always get the where we will build a warehouse upon the doctor in time Price 25 cents Sold by completion of the new railroad to this place T S BRONSTON W G White Druggist 51 6 M M I e HARBER can safelv use Dr J H McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm it is a sure remedy for coughs loss of yoice and all throat and lung diseases II3- Handkerrhiffs Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs 40-Crooke Bennett nc Crm ton The most delicate constitution MADISON Monumental Works RICHMOND KY If you want to buy a Sulky Surrey Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for he has the latest best and cheapest 5- 7i Â¬ Â¬ lT Thk Lite of the flesh is the blood pure blood means healthy functhereof tional activity and this bears with it the certainty of quick restoration from sick ness or accident Dr J H Mcleans Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier gives pure rich blood and vitalizes and trengthens the whole body 100 per bottle 13 Â¬ -- ma a 1 9 aaaBaTx a45ir bboCh I Â¬ 45- - Ice cream soda water at X TRICE ft COLS Every--Character Â¬ Asrsa bsoas Dont Goods 40- fail to see our Bordered Apron Â¬ - Crooke Bennett Urmston Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lite will acquire new zest and cheerreturn if you will impel your liver and kidneys to the performance of their functions Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm will stimulate them to healthful action 100 per bottle fulness 3- - and grade nental V the smallest stone to the a Into leaai Kan m OR MOST MS STATUARY T ELABORATE Â¬ Â¬ Usse Cotton Lisle thread and silk hose for Ladies and Mini 40- Our prices compete with ousts 4ns furnished on application lr - Crooke Bennett Lrmston Imported and Native Marble always on hand Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GRANITE LUUOK HABIT In all and see me the World there is hat One Csre Mr Haines tioldtn Sserifir It can lit-- Riven in a cup of tea or coffee without the knowlnigeo the ierson taking It effecting h teeily ami permanent runwhether the fllswl a nixle riitt- - itrinker or in atooholic wreck Thousand- - r ilrunknnls haTS lieeii iiired who hve taken the Uolden Specific in their coffee without thnr knowl- nd lo daj think they nit drink their own freewill No imrmf suits from its aliiiiiilstratioii Ii teed Semi for circular aul full uariietdaasv I Address in i oiirileme UouMta aracinc Vo 1S6 Race St 17 lt Cluc iunuli tt DKI NKKNNKSS I-- A D FLORA ietor AT COST Â¬ 1 Â¬ Sterling M Va m Â¬ 1 Â¬ Spiter of Pari- - is dead at the age of 74 He was the most remarkable example of the born collector in our age He began life with nothing and has end ed it the owner of a collection of works of art valued at loiHioooil fraiu s The Uothsthilds were patrons of Spiter Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Funis of Martinsville Indiana ban given birth to triplet- - Mrs Funis is a twin herself Her mother was a twin ami gave birth of twins on two occasions Her granmotber was also a twin The mother of the triplets is somewhat elated as she has broken the family record solÂ¬ The quality of the blood depends much upon the good or bad digestion and assimilation to make the blood rich in life and strength giving corstituer IL McLean- - Strengthening CorDr dial and Blood Purifier it will nourish the properties ol the blood from which the elements of vitality are drawn 100 per bottle 33- Mrs Wnrsuws S001 mjt Strip hnnMslwsys be used when children sr catting teeth It re heres the little sufferertt once itproducesnatarsl quiet lcep aad the little cherub awakes as bright ss a Dutton it is rery pleasant to taste It soothes the child softens r he ium allays all pain regulates the bowels and the best known remedy for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or otssr causes Twenty aye cents s boats 6-- 30 I Lrge 1 DAYS AT The Palace i fc - Advice to Mathers ii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lr Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I The and Federal diers of Middleslioro have inaugrated a Wall Papers movement to raise money for the erec Largest and cheapest line of Wall Pation on the top of Pinnacle mountain at Cumberland Gap colossal statues of tens pers in town Urmston U s Grant aad Robert E Lee and the 40- - Crooke Bennett general public will lieaski d to suliscribe Take one of Dr J H McLeans LitHenry Teach a young man employed tle Liver and Kidney Pellets at night before you go to bed and you will be sur- Â¬ at J A Shropshire A Sous Planing Mill met with a distressing accident on Wed Â¬ prised how buoyant and vigorous you will nesday afternoon last He was feeding a feel the next day Only 25 cents s vial rip saw and uncoiiciously allowed his left 3 hand to remain on the plank until it was Cashmere Omhre drawn into the saw and cut off Gberer We have the novelty of the season in Thin foil Before tin own Water Works cashmere ombres Urmston were erected a gentleman from Cincin- 40- - Crooke Bennett nati who was here to look over the Try Z T Rice Cos Ice cream ground with a view to furnishing an es- Â¬ soda 4- timate for the cost of the same oxpressed CovGiis and colds come uninvited but the opinion that the Big Spring would furnish a water supply for a city as large you can quickly get rid of these with a few doses of Dr J H McLeans Tar as Cincinnati GemfUmm Tiim Wine Lung Balm 3Bobt Breckinridge son of Senator of Danville holds an im-Â¬ Breckinridge ki 6Ives portant position as shipping clerk with a Best make of Ladies and Misses Kid firm at Livingston Oautemala He ha Gloves ever in town Every pair guarantaught school run a banana plantation teed Crooke Bennett Urmstok and done all sorts of work since he has 4 been in that country but his present place Hume are agents for first Bvrxam is better suite U his taste than any he class insurance companies Try them has held 7i trilk- Advocate The Stanford Roller Mills sold at aucThe damp and decaying vegetation cf tion yesterday for 10000 although they regions newly cleared of timber exposed have cost fully 40000 from first to last to the rays of the sun is sure to breed A syndicate eoanfOead of the following malaria Dr J H McLeans Chills and S gentlemen were the purchasers Dr Fever Cure by mild and gentle action G Hoelaar - T Harris F Kied J W will radically cure 50 cents a bottle and Haydon T J Foster W U Welch Tom guaranteed I 13 Mctcalf Adam Pence and J S llocker Donelson has a quantity of new Sul- Â¬ ftnl Journal kies Surries and Buggies of the newest The first of the suits for damages that grew out of the Johnstown disaster on and most popular patterns and at very 5- m been decided at Pitts- Â¬ reasonable figures burgh in aver ol the Pennsylvania Laec Cnrtains- Railway Company which was sued by Our Lace Curtain stock is complete S Tarhell for 60000 for the loss of his 40- - Crooke Bennett Urmston wife and three children who were ou There are many accidents and diseas the ill fated express train that was swept es which affect Stock and cause serious away in the Conemaugh Yalley Hood inconvenience and loss to the farmer in Imports from all Timed States ports his work which may be quickly remedied decreased SI 700000 or about 8 per cent by the use of Dr J H McLeans Volfrom April last year but the decrease at canic Oil Liniment IM i ork was over 8000000 or nearly Fresh bread always on hand 10 ier cent Kxports through the United 45- ZT RICECO luring April increased 1700000 over last year or nearly 20 Ice cream furnished in quantities for per cent while the exports through families and parties at greatly reduced New York decreased 1000000 or 3j per rates Z T RICE 45- CO cent you are suffering with weak or in If John MMii ikin a yung man went to chir Fleming flamed eyes or granulated eyelids you county and during services slipped out can be quickly cured by using Dr J H and cut the bridles of seven or eight McLeans Strengthening Eye Slave 25 113 horses Then mounting another he gave cents a box il anil drove the whole Gladstone and home rule are the Irish him He was pursued pets The American calls for one ball enteri ro magic chicken cholera cure Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 h out the PALACE No 9 we offer AT COS bought HAVING GOODS Street STORE o THIRTY DAYStheENTIRESTOCK We know we can make it to your interest We to call before purchasing elsewhere very kindly invite you to call and will be glad to show you our goods It cost nothing to look at them and you can see for yourself better than any outsider can tellyou We have a large stock of DRY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING SHOES and many other goods about which we have not time to tell you in this But what we weeks advertisement hare we are going to sell cheap and b io for Dont yea forget it First get it drop in at the Pal We Street and we will rem bought these goods lower than hey can be bought for anywhere eNe and we can sell them lower than anbodv else is selling Yours Tr RAMSEY FIFE JHJSHAGAN IN THE LEAD areWITH THEIR SPLENDID LINE OF GROCERIES And Queens ware SELECTED STOCK LOW PRIC HEAVY WEIGHT SQUARE DEAL Are the Corner Stones upon which oar increasing business is being built The same material of which the Corner Stone are laid shall be used fr the con- Â¬ struction of our business castle through Â¬ out to the topmost tier Therefore we solicit a cort nuance of the liberal patronage we have received at the hands of the people of Richmond aad vicinity Promising that no pains will be spared o keep up the standard of our stock and I orders at the very onsistent with such LOW goods we are the public serva daily JEJSEaga h RI GARFIELDS TOHB The Grand Mausoleum of the Martyr President 11FTY FLRST CONGRESS 1 ir I kaaaaja -- A - Hmataahsa waalai i a of crs A resolution ing to r is awerrd i Mr Caw look - rostiiist- rort Joint tu- ton qualified the VY - mtavj M Fener U Sfetv puhlie with She is the first j ounp lady of ibit SfJ otlapr day as a THE COMMONWEALTH Mis s Fiokkm r SciatAJa a Cewiag Anencan ted the sin was laid i Wl TZ Ta Urdieated With Slant Iwtfan on Memorial Day Many DUUngnlahrd Penwii Were Present O e -- cettle not- from tt m c rv ur J ortation of r nient or Alabama luil elary to day report- i from is bill mat O BMM vat dedicated bMbbMM to Garfield at Cere cm taraSBta af er week awa took part la the at IcaslM ai tajr i aha c itr hahMhtSM lVaaldest Harrison General Sherman and Major MeKhUee were greeted vociferously wuea ever they appeared and when toe Baa the BoDumrcl deriared to the thousand la Ms speech that he was their affectionate Cocl Illllt tb enthusiasm was alasoM be ru rked alaBllaaj Hi hwiritisaluii of his manner nir Tnr He talked direct slaaat rror lor hand aad eoach i u a Trry alrong the orator ot the daj oo long Euclid address which was was richly decorated sjaaaae for fire n II ot the street bo hard j a house on c i aafhareof Hags or bunting Tli profession was kaj a nan and km aa anassk at i n spectacle and I P The pointwas lit rated an lasawssaw red white rally Oiled with air and Mae banting irraagrd in tasteful detigaa ot every cot aa i At an carry bom noraiag the tborough- - wreiw fr 1 to I for within the r mpan ort srj s that 9 n of titled for Mr 0 Iheni resolution r snry lie directed It - t io t at the aw Petaraat tsat rt of the to ew Turk by ssM cotn- nvs of luUir ran nret - tr refuse - 1 et ha complied will The res ivrrriM United r their re- aeraat t referred to the Cominiitee Ike wbo has been honored in that manner 0 erosRin r ii Covington At the C an afred man named James Gibson vras tin over by a freight train and cut in tw Titr Owenslioro Messenger sayt that t ie people m the vicinity of Island Mc Lean County have org anied themselves into a law and order club and have served notice tipon a number of disreputable characters to mend their ways or move themselves away Ne s has bet n rocivol from ElVton to the effect that Daysville a vUlag near there lias kcea entirely swept away by fire whih ociaiaatad in a store Seven htjjldiagw were burned aaa i no in- ot Irs Origin of the Bfe Dot iiown Kurance Km itii iKstniasti rv Ma fen daya ajro foe Kcatueky s unn Yes EVER WITH NEWEST Lowest GOODS Better Goods Largest Variety and Prices DEPARTMENT IS FILLED WITH BRIGHT NEW GOODS 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 QTTTT r A 11 7 TT jui navan ouxj iuu T square ueanng loesi goods Diggest assortmentfand uesiiue 117 I A TVT - were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all in Welcome her Ml CLOTHING BROTHER -- YAZOOIt RECORD 2127 TO TUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL Maduoa We offer the services of uYZQQn for the season of l8yo at Silver Creek County Kentucky at FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT - Money due if m xre is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled Mares kept an regularly on grass at ten cents a day grain fed if desired at reasonable ra V every care to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible for either Yazoo is by Harold tire of Maud S 208 aad 26 more 230 pcrloraiars stands at 300 ist dam Yolande dam of Yuba record JJ4j while in foal and Yaaaa of Nutwood and thirty two more in 230 list 2nd dam YOUaf Portia dam of Voltaire record 2 20 4 and ire af Hymen 228 trial Portion record 235 and sire of Minnesota Re 2t3 Cliilde Harold two mile record in o4 in England Caaaacaa tria 1 naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Voltigeur trial 2y by OMef isire of Lady Thorn 21 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred The above pedigree shows TaZO to be superbly bred Harold Batataa no Chief his sire grand sire and great grand sire are each illu Young Portia his dam and grand dam are illustrious matrons with a bred foundation where can you beat it tajs nooK now open Aiuiress us at Silver Creek Madison county i i Belmont -- iis I ii Johnson lrozen ty vice Prihbtea t Creel I lay irealiiit i m CoiiP ml J J Itv Mt u tbe pe n J e 11 ail krjr for ai aiked with a slowly s-Jr tireet car Maes with halt a thousand cars were unable to aweaatatnaate the lrriag that an aM be htred was brougbi into reqntsion and J stall thoasaads The prooessioi was t only a net to mov part of it at down town mail new dlriataaa forming aad inlaw the Hi c at er - three miles of ery lntersrctinp the long at the cemetery Therefore si Ld a desire to be at tear the BU Ik re haai ttrnt ataaaaakta aa aoatlble of aaea women and children ia the down town streets Hundreds af temporary stands had been erected y enterend seats on these sold at prices to those who had stood for hours in tic aaa When the procession finally moved there were at least IUI000 nj people massed la Kacltd arcane between Monumental Park and Lake flan and thousands more awaited at the eetniil ui j Business had been universal j suspended and every body who could do to had cotne at see the grand pageant With the aa of Luki latta I r ajnaa ksadai asaa jr nksaW MarvfU Ihe B ferred to the Patnee Amone teferre ltvas o e iber of lmre tor Uh tween K w f Vfrca Ol mo bllwas re An ipv atp great lawns aere lu broad roadwa was n ite ater r u - order Knlav hire th Honr irTid try at ihj inera faaaad It mithoH7cs he commiBewawee to Itaaaaf it rule sioner aad rerulatinn by mliich lmr may ha carTieii liottllng department dif at f i cess of b ins was - jmiriH d sent syst er and teseaawai d llij- r exportation in bond in the aaata aanata r a lit lied rplrlts are aaaVadi The pos ofllec appropriation ii anm aaaaa and at 415 p m the House ad1 ilran Into kezs A iilate Sna j rh r aathj lafflha Been cheering The lirnd Artcy Inlon Veterans and Sons of Veterans who folowed were also applauded at were the military corr raaiioekig the third dirulon un Governor bel and staC followed the mitar on horseback and they were cheered a they ixxle But the greatest applause was reserved for of the day President Harrison Vloe Preeh members of the Cabinet nd other ei The President ia party was etc at First Baaahaaal fkataj af Bvakrj aaaaaaamnaal ol mannet from Michigan The Prel lent rode with ei Presi dent Hayes Hoi id aaal Hen good nature prevailed and whcn the of Garfields old regiment itbe Forty- Obic lolontryi swunv into line to head ibe parade there was vociferous mlaaMrmlaaeahaai saa a crowd gathered there before The was m ide on be bill for Govemoient 1 ian on a tmamah aaeaBt aasawf The revi c olvr oid wan reported back with scv-Ttis ver debate was re Mr Tirpie speaking for nasi J Mr i r r of hills on the calen- 1 he oils reported by Senator Vest n nvnrd to bef products and their A eo iference was asked ui the pension appropriation bli and after oa-i-- Vsiiimto Juy 11 An adverse report i e private pension bills i a ad- - d The Speaker announced theappolnt exas mcsrtaf Mr member of 4 Mr Turner of i BMtahar of tbe omruiitee r Means fill va to ned hy the n sioaion of Mi liorr n jiort i TMU w nni in the Senate s -- ri Vl the honored gaeeu er srtthawt e adiiurned presented ii ate antl ac lou until r to Â¬ r- Ed- - I - wh eh went oi r Bflwar I H Valenns ot the vft to take ir Morr 11 gave notice a li atiaianl carrape vith mcaaftal Governor Marquand Hon M A Harr Cn aiotacr carriage lilef Jut j ob D Oat Major Wm M A Leonard tart afaaaraa aad V CaBBttei r Vaia- T - D P tells V leyes aaaaag I Its takenealeai r 011 The eaaaereaee akea as Meaata ill wns pr- a anc Poatmajter a- eral v wth Sec rotary Kusk Beoator Handerton A Dan -ral Bamraaaa O nrru Srhofield were in a rarrae with Messrs E n aud WUhan tagaaan and Wil- ler rode witi adjourned Hr Ml iTev j Mr Met- - air was There w for the h - filled with ataaai Thre tkta ard the were port ajn he House a reekenkaghia ruem- to which Th n nation Manna IN The eoirer nce re L and a The eonfer ne re for peas aaa nan the Ot I h a of Pflhlaa with aaa aat iaefCheer after ous aaaas Scotch ra sockrties r civ i It Wohwaiui wc rv oiler pnlaudcd hew and t nting tfci Cer am and hi ad of the ni lr Knight agr ertural appro ti S p m a recess session lieiiia in tint ouimlttee VVAnifiTov June inl K at 11 1 rs r - T Tlie reso B n arid was ai aw Edaaands ap n Vale itlae ii v aT aaeenorlal and hepir Btareh akmg winding and IVil Harris ro a Tennes Ir Pad li plateau at th from which the apeakiag was to takt There wer r aasttaarwisbed srwest arrived and Mrs on th- Ira res by A f rs vice H Maioii Aiuhson RrstT for ntatty years a well known tobacco handler of Chris tian County ayaa taken before County Judre vTinfree adjudfrrd a lunatic and Da waa paralyzed sent to the asrlam a year ao ami ht l aeeoad stroke since which time be ha l eu a helpirss imbecile Win i D F Foyster a L ralirmnn on the L tt X at B was atajaliakj on the top of a friirht train at Croflon the cars suddenly moved hiirlina1 him on the track and ha was ma over by thw wheels of seieral cats which nanliHl his body so terribly h- - died soon after John Mit iiiii a bridugroctn oi a week cornnitted suicide at Focdeftna GoTKKXOa BrCKxa has appointed delegates to repres nt Kentucliy at the Farmers Congress to lie held at Council ItlufTs la August 91 to J A has named Lewis who recently moved to Junction City from filaldWW was run down by an enfine on the Cincinnati Southern at the former place the othi r aftrht nd fo ladly injtired that he is not expected to recover Ax Eastern aynslleate which bad an option on all the street car lines ii Iouisville ncceiatei Ibe property on tbe loth and made the first pavment of 6S09 000 on it Tbe syndicate is composed of V Sclljrniaa A I Kidder Hrabody and IJmwn Ilros tr Co of York E V Clarke Co the First National Back oi Philadelphia and OMOM others Tlie price is JR Speed of Louisville will remain at the head of the conaolidati d linos Tm ezpenaea of the long legislative session oonjoind to the delay In tixino the tax rate f r the correal year which made ofiieials a month late in beginning oi li etions of the revenues hsaeanaei KiO in the ca h on hand a de in the Stito Treasury eonipart d with if Iayaaeal oattandlng warrants claims ai ains tie State must therefore lie postponed until iftor tilv when tbe bank taxs ejrin to come in Tin fnan ial condition of the Kentucky Institute fur the Ivaacattoai of the Itlind as shown by the report for last a the yearends October 1 fatgood and there were cighty nevca white and twenty lou colored pupils with about the same number this year The receipts from rarioas sources allowances etc an- shown to hare been tjMiaM9a Et030tl leaving ani the dlsburai tin sum of 6053 03 in the treasury on Noreniber A Sitoari time before Senator Heck died S nator Kenna took his photo- Â¬ It is the last picture ever taken graph of the deceased statesman and ainee th Si nator Kenna has been be by f i it iids for eojiiis Niai Paris Ibe other night Kenney iu nsortally wounded Uowston is in jail Deck Moore He In self deft use claims he WiniE workmen were Lrttinej out iron ore In a lank v nth of he other morning the earth aved and three of the twelve Â¬ Aildirn rotidleion Fryer resijaed Latest Styles lire Just as as is COME Gentle and SEE US YOU COME TO LOOK TS BURNAM CO REMEMBER Spring WHETHER COVINGTON ggQ Ar IVIaiti 6 MITCHELL Oft MI ANTER CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Â¬ RADAMS Microbe Killer -- AT Street IVear Hotel Glyndon POWERS 100 Main St stBBaSSSafcAVvW HAGAHS Richmond Ky ure t i Our Spring Styles Are ETow Heady BaW Also a full line of the and freshest DRLGS AXD CHEHICALS 1liat Can 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 positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed 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¬ i Your Careful Inspection Is Requested TOILET ARTICLES SUN1SU 1Eiii BKi ky BOATS vc CROOKE BENNETT I URMSTON Patent Medicines TAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD c 1 1 Â¬ DRY GOODS AND STOCKTON BROOKS DR RfiCE For 15 STATIONERY School Book A competent Pham to compound prescriptions Â¬ 32 Market Stroot LoiMleKy Bet 1 hird and Fourth ndU ul at limll 1M pnie niHinftt Cnraa aU forma of PRIVATE CHRONIC and SEXUAL D1 EASES Spermatorrhea and Impotencj u th rmlt of ntfabu ia aa4 pndnriac eirrv ia M kbI mtif th Utrcrrwn Mtar WIM Tk fewimc ttKU mi ImImI taiwu atit rau aoaTkr dnaaa Dtewi r Mctt DHlctiTr awry FitA I years nt i Court Flae now at 1 I MERCHANT TAILORING taUrtr pteoued Mt lUj ptljuco thf POWERS - IIGU X criiiorc CtihM Urn ilirlagt T ii t f I II M cr o SY PHIL IS t ri21tei from - um Gonorrhea anaia uaiataiai iTiTaii Jtwaaa auirkK t oher HUT Bi aa awjfikasat aOU l III Lf Urn CTlunpy iitwiiMmKraN re thoraucbl MHt Successors to C E Sjhtii 39 29 pcfMa to 1 cfram aau it th 1 reromaTirwi -- rnni to my ear TThem tor treatment MI the etMelaee or exprvn anTwieraad ftmitlr ry arirngrMikiU cril n nrtr reiB who imt tuiMirv ami tr at ut x Pkjnclu kiillu Ixt hvM ca in fa mt mmt gnxxtclj tVm Bt j Billy Lumps Bay horse IfJ hand high foaleti V bred bv Sterling Thornton county Ky Sired by Lump undertaken Clarj i ft a ouwi Cores Guaranteed in all Cases -- n t I ilr fr hr Wter fr rriitMlTvre fttnctlr cuu inat I 11 ni bf Ik r to death u i vo had lb ir i li re A uamhjm o c1 Their ia tho udy of ned tore exploded THEFI OJT LINEiiCut Rates 8 8 Of 700 on Sow Files Scents OCce aoun from fira tit to any r louafl be A M PKIVATE COUNSELOR to 3 Mvqrery lesl tl ft tbctf hr a1 P If Suida 2 to 4 it rown iner ramanllr Har- - Mr an to it naltir Th brdaree rf the ilrr n - residence of few Ml 11 jy t Xcv pisi nr at ao oi lrvharJ it isssk-- n a f U Mia Cassidy he jo m mptiug to timi ekaj atka I Hi of tlie Gar- - tbe Ol tke out the rhui e TUB BRIDGE BROKE ajbata To eat y Frea Persons itrulsed ani Vliimed There waa a scriots aerideat Sunday evi ning at II olios Iirk a summer re- Â¬ Ami monal Chorus lows t ll ayes spoke at by the Mo fol- - the ee th I Hardwar F STOYES FITZPATRICK 6 S j INCH FLAT MILL FILE INCH TAPER FILE INCH FLAT FILE INCH TAPER FILE INCH TAPER FILE Wk ioccnts 5 cents 5 cents i cents rate puss ow rtn7FNS ah path of 1 n of pr vat sl ATC - IJilK rrtertea aad of 0 jf Clev laad and Tor- - fctaaMaaan r ibe ic i tare or i rertala It O orectci t M men ctuate bis memory to future ti i i have ture for work nre- ea th- - This rjohl thi mi an Hu re J rat rty i embodied i bt tan af Iinils r t rr dlt -- tT M -i s T kttev II Tt tl it ii- the - an 1 soon ad- - n Ihe e- - p in When - e lii It was a iua as N ml V i I r s W I i I it lb n kin vari the li iiatn Iim s - tiei 1 f j for lie aja i from 1V Ki- tl - iitcr tv inill- ilitiks of t cabinK lie Anny of n Hfusev to A An - Im I Holland Mara and refaeiaz ia 1 f t II drletaw e - s if rs Carte s Arkan- as Erath are a hoati t T or ronvie aaal k bla i aupcr liU liorlurp That IiUeasrd the jjruini Meat Is Prepared for Sale in the Home Market Childs God bye Wh le D ovaed frith inspectors known to 1k watch Â¬ traa ing in the slaughter house of Jacob drowm d ubil bat 111 In irar Dana Chicago to prevent tbe tarrepti TkK rlVIiI tions preservation of tbnaaenl of Inmpy- has faili U to Baoilc Iaiclaata DUmisaed jaw cattle tbo forbidden practiea Wis to the- atajfauu a ISkiwe o iti in tlie r0urt of Oener- - di covered in all blast ko at leant the gaaW tourl v Yoik dismissed the representatives of the board of hc alth tir ni saw rain indictmetr Johej Keenan and department declare Tho inferen s drawn is that at cheap prices but al Ex Beodle Aliirnan Henry I Sayles tell her lnotlni- ejajoaV tjye as ah They ateee chargtid with heihera in hav- - profit the tainted mpat was to be mar Â¬ droa t ipatea in th- - steal of the keted tkroagk the peddlers in tbe rti Kan districts In Chteagi A pparrni y anefe n tai Chnrcli liroadway railroad franchise elevator load of meat before bolngholsU rest Grovo Hot n Favor of Annexation ed to the tipper floors of tbe alaajater Hon Oliver Mivati 1remier of On bouso for dostrnctisa i rendorlne rats Modoist little af tair w was for a ri rnent uwmwa to t j lari o a er al LiaaetM for inlaajada If a el m- i- ever tnent and tisg bine terj tba liarl iseceedej in n aiiiin a r from aalaanaa aneat aoeretly naloi which tbo elevator was again atarted -- tioa tv ii upward to tlw Ja twenty-f-ove- n bindifHl ounds of the al- Â¬ leged itanaaed neat wna foand Ccriaaaa Esrc3 ai aa Iitnzcant and awny in the basement Tbe A Dul o m- by c itaadin- - o used 1y i uCrs- Kan before Sbatga thai the pec ru re ro- lr BBBJ i nliilo vrrt- - charpo of solliiifr iuU miis if not corrupt ami that lie in- Â¬ ti ir B tbe spection should be done by the city salaaaa otber ns- Al lor - The ren uiry of War has appointed llio followin named cadets at the Viest Toint Military AcaeV aay aUchatw 0 Mayo of Viro inia Kdnard P 0 Horn York ertth 1 A ron scel alter Â¬ nate rancis U Parker Sotilb arolinal Uenry II Harabreek Indiana and Albert E Saxton X vada 1 Â¬ Am nUd sort in the southern part of Cleveland O At least five thoaaand people had assembled to tee a man jump from a cable stretched aeragej a miniature arti- Â¬ ficial lake IV pe stxd all around tho lake ani a hundred or more were on a rustic foot bridge about tea feet above n a as aa bbb the ground and extending from a bluff out across the lake The jumper made the desoont at about I0 IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE BY oclock He Mrnck the water near tho shore and the people on the bridge made a rush for tho place Nearly all of tin in were massed u a thirty five foot span adjoining the bluff The structure fell with a eisi o ujnjr down in tho middle The footpaths under the bridge were crowd d with people and upon ihese the timbers fell while th tlie bridge were thrown in a heap in tho center of the pan where it struck the ground At lea t tweny five persons were injured more or l s aeriamtly but only eight were hurt so badly that thoy bad to po to n hospital Following is a list of ti seriously Injured James Sanford fifty two year ribt v frac Â¬ tured and internal injuries probably We bare the OALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we believe fatal udetph Woodriek twenty eight years loir right fractured is tlie beat plow made Buy it try it ami you cant deny it We and bead bruised Mrs Ra also handle the dolph Woodriek spinard shoulder hurt Jesse Caldwell seventeen years ankle fractured and arm badly injured Itertba Mtttnter fifteen years right hip f rac turf d and Internal Injuries Anna Thoman fourteen year- - right ankle Mary broken Thuaniin twenty two years hack and herd injurod Fnkiiown Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market and the 1C0LINE man leg broken Had the TONGUE AND T0NG0KLESS CULTIVATORS awtipJB broken over the lake the list of dead would have lx en aiarmingly largo are privileged hy the wumufaeturert of theee Files ton tttrn auij not proving entirely satisfactory We trtend this same guarantee to mr cuttomere andwill return Ute price paid Give em a trial For sale at the Tinware and fiiii ipriil aa bi W C BACKET STORE ONLY First Door Above Farmers Bank Richmond Ky s i THE HARVEST WILL SOON BE HERE CO -- MILLHUFF l BDSH PERFECT BAM uB i will make tlie season at rny stables six miles tron mond and 24 miles from Silver Ci 15 to Insure a Mare C CO At responsible for accidents in Fcal- Not PEDIGREE i dam Ladv Vail Vidette son of V index son of Blood Black Hawk dam full sister to Rit bv Mambrino Chief 2 dam Betty B bv Tic Yard in i Norman Ir son of Norman sir 215 and May Queen M 5 dam Queen by Oliver son of the greit four miler Ouly a sqiiare from tlie Court Iionse Wacrner x dam bv Med h a iii Yuu dont have to semi away out to bred GEORGE WILKES the sire of Lumps tlie depot is the sire of aixtv flv in th a Km n iiv J stands to day in the estimation of all ell- DBlinredto uyFuiofTswL ivvsteu breeders the peer ot anv stallion eer toatd in Amerira a a nrnlv rr1 1 trotters ani hia sons and dauhti eagerly sought alter by almo t every breed Soft Coal and Anthracite insr establishment in the Inirmt Stat VIDETTE a horse of remarkablv fine Nnt and Lump Coal size style and action has been on exhibition thirty five limes up to a 3 year old in Now open at MetaaM lumberyard closely contested rings and losing inlv one next to Htcniiil 1resbylerian church honor Vidette won the first and h Quicket delivery in town Lowes honor in the fall of 1875 at St- ring of thirty tlirtc entries beating sixteen prices Try u o Kentucky best IT- Vidette was C T vTELLS CO sired by Vindex the sire of more fine trotter roadsters and eoach horses than any Other horse in Kentucky Vindex va bv Bloods Black Hawk he by Old Black V indexs dam vas by Manibrino Chief id dam bv DowntngV hav M C T WELLS F B CARR 230 BILLY LUMPS of Annie Dickerson Lunette 2 53tl Beie pace -- - Snook T WELLS Oilj Cal Tm W tir CI hre Hk er PL0WS PLOWS fS 3 JOHN C MILLER V t VTjBamBMBTjBasfl T Fine V Carriages Bigr Injun Plow CJHrSs XIXTS 7FSaWT -- i VVlaJSflw-UaMBSW 7 U klT 1TTniiiii iaatfa- u-- SMIMl NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES And if you Want to get Through Without any Trouble go at Once and Get Ton an ALL STEEL ono-loE-p- SENSATIONAL Cliirago OIllc DISCOVERY THE MALTA DOUBLE Deering1 Binder SHOVEL Joe S Boggs says that lie has been runninu a DEERING BINDER for four years and it has not cost him a cent for repairs BJ Clay says he has been running a DEERING BINDER for ten years and it is doing good work yet 71 IAliKISU TliaJii W B ClXXIVOUAX NEW SULKIES My vehicles are all new and of very latest pal terns They are for on tlie most reasonable terms If want a vehicle come aud see uie yon wont go home without one - Is the best made we carry a large stock of them THEY ARE THE BEST o LYMAV sale you the H6wlivry an Sale Stalls We have erected a new and commo- Â¬ dious Livery and Sale Stable corner of 3rd and Irvine streets Richmond Ky aud ask the public lo give us a trial aud WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF BACK BANDS - TRACE BAMES COLLARS That is the Kind I JOHN DONELSON Machine for the Farmers to Buy Â¬ i COLLAR FADS BRIDLES AND LINES Also lull sets ot REMEMBER that I will have a car load of these six foot DEERING MOWERS louglit them to sell dont forget it I have just received a car load of the celebrated DEERING BINDER TWINE PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor KY And everything necessary to hitch up 1 Wagon JHARNESS ave tV oest Call and see me next door to the Post Office m AoiaciisrEs oil HORSES HITCHED OR FED lalaustono Street Opp 0 a 0 Depot AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle horses horses and buggies hired at low rates 16 15 PARRISH CUNNINGHAM LEXINC70N hjndhe ALL ltIilS OF Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY BFSTTri a JTilaaiBai 4B HWl i Farming and Garden Implements And the CELEBRATED BUCKEYE REAPERS and MOWERS We keep on hand for inspection a number of WAGONS and the best ROAD CARTS that roll the pikes Organized 1874 Assets 5675040 - - illfi foui nee aWi 1 iviin iaea diwl iei by a Blow Kearlx Walton struck with hisfiatand killed Uen II Krnek JJoth were hands on the farm of Joln K They quarreled over some trival mttar aasn a aw aed ia whica Walton ziu causing par 5 special li aw una I12M penal ty eaeb and In bereaftei- stop tbo saJe of those art - and srei Â¬ aaax Colisse TireTy Vaasar old on thr rtii un arated itb appropr flTo Teara t Old years wa celo- iaeav celebrated tho 300th anniver ary of ha settlement Among- visitors were a few remaining Indians of the t liinnccock tribe which arlginally owned the land upon which the town stands N V Southampton Aniirsrsar Oslamranaa BTin suit you Rooffing a Specialty FITZPATRICK JAB K CANTRILL President W Z THOMSON Secretary Dk 8 F GANO Med Director Dr C W HAUUINGen Agt Is attention io its Ipvel Premium Plai of Insurance ami liberal terms of 1 oliey Prompt and Reliable Paid up insurunce given at the expec- Â¬ tancy of life thuo piovidiiiE disability clause in old age Policies end ot Incontestable except for fraud or non payment premium No restriction as to residence travel or occupation Policies uon forfeit able after three anuual payments 47- 1 -- wimdf our nprnur good w will m b Kb m rtuoa raw locMr who wrrw aban WMM Mecca awk mn me OMekaan ailjmkankaaoa Mania to Ha aa faoda a awaa wko rail roar anrkbara aaa taoaa araaaa joa TW ba- AYajJQBCBHQrZ Ctaarax af laaa aartrtiaaaaal aaaa aaa ar aaa aaa aaaaa TaaaaBawaaj aatfrnaMa aacaaaauaaaa of it taaarrd ta rl world Our aaBHwaw and 10 ol ahh Centrsxlly Located mt GOOD BAR ATTACHED Wew Bwilding and Fnrnitiire Well Licuted and Vkn tilated RATES 52 and 5250 per Day a akaat laa anatkaart a Makalk It ia a tt eoaaaaIarraa a aaa lararr VT will alao aaow a aaw aaa tlaiM ca raaarrwm Io0ttada W pay from is- ftattw life aataaaartaaea BrUarwrttaat oaca all riprM ha rata oaa saw rutTLaxu tS crlnU F City Lots forSaTe I have a few lots on Fifth Strvet ready for sale These lots are beauti fuliy iocatrIhk ground and are considered by ev--- Call and see our Goods and Prices and we will niuuAutw CnLeafe CDCccc mui CU V For Sale or Rent I desire to sell or rent privately tlie large two story situated on a good corner lot iu Ellis tou Ky known aa Ihe Hogan propertyH H COLYEH CRAPSEY46 BROWN Cincinnati O arwaTawafrBaKv f af ivl BrBa9BrBr9aaTVnlflBrBBllsLt BwaBMawaWrWaad aa 1 WaJa in laa world w mm rarrael oolb fewilrai caara wa af VT waaiau caa rarawa st Damaccd or a rain storm did 300000 damage in A ban ad stopped traici ja tba New York O nlrl mwl Katn-atomi- -A The aggregate appropriations by the present Congress for the benefit of sol- Â¬ diers of tbe bite war and their widows Last years 3r children ia 167 419 781 Appropriations for the Homes is The Appropriations for Soldiers C k CB Wiuciins Block STORE HOUSE Main Street Richmond Ky Can refer to buildings successfully erected in Richmond Maysville Mt 65 aaa SSiiJU0 2rwadaaadaeawaadUraaaarMyaa taa rrarta ara tVsrr Sterling Winchester and Owingsville ubi - iaua SMwawS aiaalaaaa wwr2 iaaiaha m aarua aaa wall work aaa J any in tli located of dafuawaukroawrarrniairrMaraaiararraa raaaaja Waa aa woain u9 o r lo wurk tor aa aawaraa lata 5i JPorttauul M irT V sis I1 the market at present I have a plot of the ground at Dr PoyDsoCQce 40- - T w BRON8TON