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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yr jj jaa nfffrga nfi II 4 VOLUME IV II Pi 1 WOAJ -- J A RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 25 1890 I j JIOQOOJQ i 5nrli nSt P g5-Cj-i-4J TS-l-- r fk NUMBER 2 THE SAVINGS BANK OF RICHMOND saver for his patrons nr ii I ire ii i M Offers a number of ularity I am determined to make an addition to my Savings Rank and add to it a Summer Resort to the public its shareslines of goods arc so for less than value much below all other houses His prices on his been a that STRENG is with this It haspublic cull recognized fact for a long timeRichmond Not satisfied the money his establishment he Savings Bank of that the This I propose to accomplish by making a great reduction in my already low prices and pop- Â¬ BEGIN A GREAT SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Thereby crowding my 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 at Strengs NOW WATCH US IS IT NOT LIKE DEPOSIT IN It is like going to vl A boy d 1 1 TOUR MONEY IN Dry Goods at 5 cents Chatties worth Calicoes woith Oc at 5 Grata Chattiest worth 10c at B con- ccnt Handsome Dress Goods worth 15c at All Colors Henriettas 36 inches wide worth 40c All Wool Henrietta jo inches wide worth soc Handsome Sateens worth l6 c at 11 cents cents Colored French Mall I w worth 35c it Catkvwre Onbres worth 40c at ij cents India Linens worth 122c at 10 cents sasasrJi Flouncing worth fi25 at 75 cents Vool Challi s worth 25c at zo cent- - Notions Jersey Kitting Vests worth 25c at 13 cents Ladies Jersey Fitting Vests worth 40c at 25 cent Ladies Hose full regular worth 30c at 20 cents Ladies Hose worth 2c at if2 cents Ladies Hemstitched Handkerchiefs worth 10c at 5 cents Ladies Silk Hits worth 40c nt 20 cents Ladies limits worth 30c at 15 cents Ladies Belts worth 40c at 2 cents Bcstout Corset worth 75c at 50 cents Best Corset in the country worth 100 5 at at 5t2v ephyr Corsit wortti Misses Corsets worth 7c at 09 cents Lattice Shoes ffiJrm WlAaf CO Ladies Dongola Kid Button Shoes worth at Lathes Dongola Kid Button Slioes worth 250 at 2 Misses Dongola Kid Button Shoes worth 22 at 175 Misses S ppers worth 100 a 75 cents 2 Misses Slippers worth 150 at Mens Calf Shoes worth 17 at ftl IC Mens Slioes Congress or Lace worth f 200 at 50 Mens Shoes Congress or Lice worth 2 JO at if 00 Mens Shoes Congress or Lace worth 3 25 a i Slioe Congress or Lace worth 2 00 at Childrens Shoes 75c at 50 cents Ch Idrens Shoe worth t 25 at d Clothing 00 Mens Suits of Clothing worth SVs at Oj at 7 Mens Suits of Clothing worth Mens Suits of Clothing worth lo 00 at Mens Suits of Clothing worth 1350 at 1000 Mens Suits of Clothing worth 1500 at 2x Mens Suits of Clothing worth J20 00 at 15 00 oo at 450 Boys Suits worth 00 Bovs Suits north fSoo it oo Boys Suits worth 1200 at Childrens Knee Suits worth I300 at at It 00 Childrens Knee Suits worth at 500 Childrens Knee uits worth 1 I TO GO TO BUI imm1 7c IB TO IS IT N T LIKK VIST IX 1 151 Y m rtrlal i i the j tan I AT uj II Strengs And buy at the at 25 cents at 40 cents Strengs iH r of I mak prim with quoted 4t0 4o their happiness promoted kowa cheap much pleasure niil t lie tistomers comfort studied and ad I j Lace Cu rtams HATS HATS Just opened a new line o Lace Curtains at 125 150 200 250 300 400 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 Weliave just opened our Second Shipment of CARPETS tills Season and are ready to show one oi the Handsomest Lines in the city at greatly reduced prices Â¬ XCAR PETS into -- vil i For everybody at from 50 cents up to any price fully 25 per cent lesr than any House can quote them prices never attempted to be sold for Of all kinds For everybody before We begin them at 50 cents and go up prices to 3 50 which is fully 20 per cent any one in town less than FLANNEL SHIRTS at UNDERWEAR of the very best makes at ruinously We want them to move and prices will MAKE THEM GO low Have had lot just in for this sale Prices will make them go If you need one come and see them PAR ASOLSseasonFANSnew We have a a big run with us this Our orders arc issued 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 chase from us at the same time experiencing the pleasure that one can only get at Strengs and the Summer resorts of the country Dont forget our quotations and a great many things not quot ted as everything 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 H J STRENG IR IE Xj-BIG-G-EESTAF- F The Peoples Savings Bank Mnger ustid AVIXI SZ ZDOTJO-ILj-ZS- S ssiST aJisrT Th i 12sro SES FPEE TRADE N XL HUMPHREYS VETERiiWRY SPECIFICS TOIIXADO IX ILLINOIS Every Thing in its Path Swept Co lore It LDcs Chaft Thlrtv Two liarlviilo Â¬ HOW IS THIS Newf uiidhuid Ofa Refuae to i at an la- 1ay Halt 1iiUeenge la Talivn Oat The American Qshiag schooner Mat put in tit Eriya of Uloueestor Mass to buy herring at Hay St George X for bait to use in cod lisliinjf on tho Grand tanks Collector of the Hirst boarded the vessel and demand Â¬ ed light house dues of sixteen dol- Â¬ lars As al seven of the ligat houses on the coast are erected and maintained by the Canadian Govern ment and the Newfoundland authorities have never pat a tiagle light house on the French shore Captain ieo McLean master of the schooner refused to j ay The Collector threatened to seize tho vessel and the dues were then paid af- Â¬ ter a formal protest The Collector next notified Captain McLean not to buy bait until bo had procured a license under the new bait act This would cost s lie threatened seizure if faptain Mc Lean tried to evade the law McLean claimed tho rijfht under the treaty of 1618 gpt to on tho bait French shore and denied the power of the local Government of Newfound land to obstruct the operation of tho treaty made between ireat Britain and tho Daited States lie reminded tho Collector that tha entire fleet at Aaawr ican vessels pot their bait here withcut obstruction four weeks ao Tho Co- Â¬ llector was still obdurate and the cap tain sent the following telegram to Sir William Whiteway tbe Premier at St I atn master of the American Johns schooner Battle Evelyn and put in In ro for bait The Collector demands light money which I have paid under now leÂ¬ The Collector ft license for bait under mands penalty A an Ameriqan cititi I clam the privilege of procuring bait under tae treaty of 1818 Do you support the Co- Â¬ llector in his demands Please aasaev wiii h immediately The answer from the came aftr a long del at St Johns said briefly Yon can not purebaso bait without li- Â¬ Captain McLean would not cense yield what h- believed to be his rights as an American citizen and nailed away after much lo s of time to try and pio cure bait elaawhi AM WATER A MAD DAGOS FREAK Jumos Tnto a Pausing Cart and tlakes iin cf and Irci lrations t ilant Waaai 1revcntel Aalta Pedestrians A strange man tried to commit sulcido in broad daylight in New York City in a crowded thoroughfare Ashe walked he glanced around in a nervous way at Leonard road way ran street and from the crowd on the sidewalk jumped upon a crowded truck picked up a tope which lay on the truck tied it in a knit around his neck tied the Other end securely to the cart rung ami attempted to hang bimself from the moving cart The driver jump- Â¬ ed from bis seat and made a dash for the strange man just as the latt about to swing from the earth as from a scaffold IIo seized the unknown and after a severe struggle took tho rope from tho mans npek Tho crowd looked on in a dazed way No sooner had the stranger been released from tho knotted rope than he picked up tbo cart rung jumped from the truck and with rung raised in the air made a dash at a man who happened to be standing near est the cart The madman was almost upon his intended victim when tho lat- Â¬ ter turned dodged into a doorway and ran up stairs The madman waving Â¬ Lafc American ylsi- For Horses tfctU Sieep Dogs Esgs AMD POULTRY SMFatc Book on Trrntanl Allatli cvaa AA I Eight Persor3 Belonging to Two Families Drowned A The have directors Front of the Sti SrtactsJ V r ds Fair i It B 1 tf aad Chart rrnt Fire FrvrreioiilDflnmaatisBi Milk Fevrr Mrnixifftll Kilwiprr Nmb1 Dirchamea But- - or tiribs Worms Coiikb Heaves I riirl rain M Lameur Kheusaatlsa Ivnown Hlllrd Near larRi faaaaaaB ol Ieo- pie Were liijnrnl NnM A t Cloul llurst in If i ii yliaiila fames a Flood lining ri at ll t ruction Two Womca Drowned A Jn Bottle lorer hlnirie Ve Hunnphreyi Pneaalsu Bellyache Hemorrhnses MUrorrlare Ktdaev DirMM t rinary ord II II lIErwstiive Dt fnf Manar liMCH of Digestion Parallels oli- or rir 50 doaeaX - - Jar Veterinary CarrOil Prepaid or Sent by Modtcine Co with 8pecjflc Mannal Mafclr VOuUmut Pare Oli and Mwllcaor - anywher Sold Drnesit and in any qcantity en Hoceipt of Price 109 Fulton St 87041 1 00 II T A tomrili and eloail Irarsl occurred about live mihs nortli of Eulviilc 111 which reaoltod in terrihlo Iom of lifo and property no los than Bfteofl p0-plo beiiifr killed and a nvmibor of houses Tbo and barni esllfclj demolished 6torrn came from the orthwest ud lrt j Â¬ ST72PSRSTS H0KE0PATEIC SPECIFIC No Nervous ft fj er Q Th only twi i imfil rnwedy for Debiiit vital Weakness ork or other and PrortraUon tram Vwr bmj - JESSE COBB- awoopt d down on tho schotjl liouse a new batJMiag standing at the lour Corners wuich it tre to piccrs At tho time tht r irercbuteipht ptr thc school room an J all wortkilled Their bodies wire carried some distance and ffrrfully bruised and crushl The nami s of thoo who per- Â¬ ished in the school house so far as known are MiM UMggkt McIIride tho teacher Edna Jlui t lennii Kaulcy Ada lndolph Lena Minnie lerrv rrcnthf Carrie Vbito lct T K ams an old broom peddler was driving- by tha school hfiuse wbca tin tornado - Â¬ Â¬ This Fine Saddle Stallion willl make the at the Fair Grounds bcason oi iS Richmond Ky at TO INSURE I COLT JESSE COBB is iCgf handx high chestnut color 4 years old weighs close to ioo pound fine action and is a model saddle horse Is Ly Mark Diamond 1st dam by Tultle horn- - he by Estill Eric and Bell sire of dam of Geoigette 2ly Vara 33s Second dam Lucy by Young Davy Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip 4U1 dam bv Traveller All care will br taken to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsiLien reserved on ble should any occur the colt for the service fee C OURLES E COLYER 40- - ISwboeaWof Xwtoa Wood was next struck and not a vestige of it re- Â¬ mains The family aoujrbt refafo la the cellar and oacaped From tho school house tbe btrm continued to tbo northeast tbrcuTh lwraw Jrovo and carried with it c ry tain movable Hero the loss of life is reported j to bo greater se nteen Twenty killed and many injured bouses were torn to pieces and tbo eastern part of the town entirely wiped out- - Some of the victims vi ro carried hundreds of yards and mangled almost beyond recojfni- - r Tho forco I of the tornado ias terrific othitr remains in its pavlb bal the bare earth huge trees lninR torn out and carried away The width of tho storm was about eigby rods and it progressed for- Â¬ ward at tho rate of eighty milos an hour away struck it anl b loo vas tajU ap carried some distance and 6wnt lifulc BiaaaaaawM also carried to a hedge Â¬ cloud burst near Appomattox Fot S D flooded a large area filling Cheyenne creek and overflowing tho surrounding country Three mem ben of the family of Was McElery and five members of the family of Ueorge Wager were drowned Much live stock was lost A regular tornado occurred near Lebanon in Potter County nnd swept things clean for several miles Valentine Iohn was killed and Joha 11 English fatally injured The storm traveled from northwest to southeast lasting several momenis Two clouds mccin r broke over Os- Â¬ ceola Pa causing the waters of llolden creek to rise to an unprecedented height Mrs Tripp and Miss Mary Thompson were drowned and their bodies havo not Kearty twenty yet been recovered buildings were moved from their founda tion and a frightful jam was formed at tho trestle of the Tall Fork railroad The trestle of the Addison and Pennsylvania road is gone One horse was drowned and Tannery town is in ruins Many people were rescued from houses at great risk Only one bridge remains on llolden brook The country lying along Sciplo creek about seven miles southeast of Clrcle ville O experienced the heaviest rain- Â¬ fall over known it being a vcritablo cloud burst No loss of life or live stock is reported but the growing crops were greatly damaged Scido creek rose six feet in a half hour nnd the roads aro waahed out in many places The farass of William Webster and John Henry suffered most ter County dare i ft There was only one A resolution was then adopted Instructing tbo C ommlttee on Grot nls to enter into negotiations with the city id Chicago the Illinois Central railroad and all other interested parties to secure an area on the lake front of not loss than 250 acres Et Lons Demands a Nw Count At a meeting of a committee appoint- ed by tbe Mercantile Club of St Louis Superintendent it was decided to Porter for a new count A str jng dole- gation has been selected to go to Wash Â¬ ington and present the argument for a CONDITIONAL Uith Other Ac 1 I Fatal Llsatn ng Bolt Ala I second enumeration Â¬ Ator-ney-Geni- THE MINNEAPOLIS OENSUa t t lo Kauai emlira Iicly Clmreos Afr Hot Kvery Tiling imk Inrlutlina Names From TuinUtuDca antl Tramp Lodging - MAY EE LIVING Though the Inprloii Hare il Miorm 5lrnal Â¬ C a cil At Dunbar on the CCith it was tho ex pectation of most of the miners who aro working tor the leooua 01 ineir imprisoned comrades that the entry within which they are will Ik reached Satur The impression was still day morning held that some of tho men are alive SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 though no more rappings had been to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new reported All preparations have lcn QUEEN AN N E COTTAGE 5 rooms made to take care of Ibe m n if they Irvine foot alley Hallie xi 50 to arc brought out alive and three piysl and Orage Slects cians are on the grounds ready for TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new riee at a momuis notice The iiluro elegant to reach the men Ift 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue d geascal lots all well finished moro OOp a disappoiutrrient Three Eleoant BUILDING LOTS gave way to despair FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ st seperate or as a whole Powells on ary Butd A THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS terrib pai v 11 addition 0T inquireof 50110 fact wch price- - 60titbrn a rmigh tho five rom the Thlrtj Twti Imprlaonad rImrrs The imprisoned miners in the Ilill Farm Mino have lecn heard from Thursday evening 4 oclock At the men working in the heal of the en- Â¬ try through which the rescuing party is word down tbo ea uict Kverv one did fo and la a for ft dozen times moment Then came the aiynal fro the men went to work with renewed vi or TI ey can not be reached for aventy four hours yet The rescuing party U within a lew feet of tle line leadirg from tbe Mr honin r to the Hill Iam Cut after that is reached tl e Min Pick -- STILL ALIVE Iirk Conn thr signal It is settled that the Minneapolis must bo taker ovr In making treat arrests for making fictitious entries several sackfuls of the roturns were taken from Minneapolis to St Paul and locked up for use as evidence Wn Pitt Murray the St Paul attorney who llidavits on which the arretts id ays the diaoioaajsea aro astounding and that -- iOOO or moro flctitioaa names have baasi entered apon the lists One of the detectives who made the search tor crooked work Lists of natif t were preferred said in tbe foreign languages most likely to bo met with tha surnames in another mutter of easo With the sheets it was to shift Christian names from one sur- Â¬ name to another and thus create a fic-Â¬ titious personage supply him with a wife and if desirable with a whole family With a list of vacant houses with unoccupied rooms it was a matter of trifling moment to furnish him with a home Lists of laborers In various parts of the State wore obtained from tho pay rolls of lumbermen and from the records of employ- Â¬ ment agencies These were loov wero names and houses vacant copied from directories in also id from tombstones in other one employment 001110 y 4000 names o men who hi plied for work within six or eight months were obtained and to cap the Â¬ - II f Iraprison- - For on Lny of the above E W WIGGINS Important Notice Deb 111 - passed tfcrough tho all the promineat build- Â¬ tearing do ings killing four peraona and wounding Â¬ A ati ip of farms southseveral others east of tho HUaga was also dr solatrd and many persons hurt A rcahlya Towashlp was rty hold thai it will lo after 12 oclock Friday before the men Fete Wormao the fotmor are reached superintendent of the mine wa Da bad just coito it his honi He said down from the amine containing was sluing down the beading a shoÂ¬ id comrades The warn for mires pe of i ft V ed and ei 1887 paid In Urmt ii i Traynor mie having 41- will la paid ier of the for hy lit - Al IN tee MckEE The on the Monoc Pennsylvania n sit ion of ranee Bralccme strike of o Sittied i thca quiet Of cour tha the word ea head that a faint rapping could 10 We can not reach them ft n of the heard I have always led on twenty four he be saved an tiag the propo-- held that tl wo are so nea slight ad-- more than then lldren on ii 1 - Mexicos Export Trade Tho official report of the Secretary of State of tho Republic of Mexico for tho Rasa year ust ended contains some in torcstiag compilations to people of tho United Staes Tbe- total exports from Mexico were valued at over ii 000000 Of this amount more than 1000 UrJ went to the United States siJtoO000 to O0OO0Q England to Germany and 5000000 to Prance of the tbirty livo custom horses El Pa o stands tirst the cart rung turned quickly Vera Cruz second Progrcsso third and El Paso did 2 per cent and darted down Leonard street Every Laredo fourth ono made way to let him pass He of the entire business rushed into Leonard street and brand- Â¬ The Ilni Caamty ished tho cart rung Ottering at tho Mining engineers Sunday afternoon Â¬ same time blood curdling cries Mid- completed another survey of the Mahon Â¬ way of the block he met two young la ing mines at Dunbar Pa They say that dies IIo shook tho club at them as if raaeaan are on the right track and it he were going to kill them on the sp was believed tbo entombed miners and then let it drop A moment later a would be reached within twelve hours policeman seized bim by the arm From The delay was caused by an iaweasa papers found in Is is possession it was rock Immediately or the line Peyond learned that ho was from Italy and had this lino it is believed that a passagi been only three weeks in this country way of seventy feet in length will be found and it will require hut a short ALMOST A RIOT time to work through this passage A Clash l tcoi n Catholic Conrxcsa Two Tra rdles la Blrra nham Alx tlon and an tpctric Coinnany Charles Cito white shot his mulatto The Electric Company at Bchylerrille near Saratoga N Y erected two poles mistreas and then blew bis bruins out Next at HirmitighatD Ala William Tahuno in front of the Catholic Church morning the poles wero found lying on was among the persons who visited tho the ground tho work of tho priest Lev scene of the double tragedy lie went to the room of Mary Larnpttwitii whom Father Hefterman and his irate j ionors Father lleffcrman had to go to be had bet n Living ih t her through Troy at noon and before going in- Â¬ thj body aul sent a bullot into his own structed his Bongregatioa that if tho brain company attempted to replace Cctton In 7 rtey poles tho alarm would be sounded Works has Tho Mini ter on tho church boll and the ch the first cotton factory in Con Â¬ men should rally and prevent it by stantinople which force Saturday aftaraaoa the comÂ¬ oly for twenty years It is exp panys men put in aa appearand that this fatory w ii the boll was immediately sounded K woolen yarn at li per cent btlow luo great crowd at once rushel to cost iu the English factories and tho linemen were put to flight after KillaJl ana I Jaroi oy LUatnlnr a brief scuffle in which no one wis Mrs Patrick Slant n of Uppor much hurt The sheriff was telegraph Â¬ pact Pa was killed ing The ed that a riot was in progress lb erhusbend graphed to Captain McLean of tho same stroll Twenty second Separato Company of and son It occurred during the preval- Â¬ ence of a Saratoga asking that a company b tf learned to the scone Later Cash ar Missies ut that the present ievo the Cuicago Morris I warrant the call and it wai water work The militia mauled 000 from the tre for two hours preparing coipt of authority fioni the Fjpaa Cnc Tho latest information is that all is An UMflSciaJ but careful estimate of quiet with the church people in pos Â¬ incinnati place i es session of the field Several arre ipulatloa churchmen woro made Tho company timate for oppresses its dctorminatii c SrasVs Corsi fiV newr Pre t termi Â¬ -inaa-1-rated i v itafi ntriii In a the Pan- to tbe ri Aaserieaa onzrrc bill sts an ae authorising the President to declare tbo porta of the United States free to tho products of an v American Nation upon which no export dies arc so long charged man shall admit free to ufactures and products of tbe United T Itting States alter to Congress says thai aa in I su bare already given freetion wait on the A that farther stration of the effects of tbe pending new tariff legislation and I let I ric an ties of tride v lb ur S ol develop iiors now in ment Young La lies Injur l tC Schuyl Fifteen young lad kill Sitninary at Prederieksburg Pa wero on their way t tbe railroad sta Â¬ tion at Jonestown in a coach drawn by hen near Jonestown tho four horses aaraoaa of the horsea broke anl tho horses becoming unmanageable sudden Â¬ ly plunged down a twenty foot embank Â¬ ment the corch and its occupants fall Â¬ ing on top of the animals The wildest onfusion followed and tbe ladies were all more or less severely injured T -- Morri negri shower I I arm in ERADICATTS BLOOD POI SOi -- N ELOODTAJNT stantly killing Price and knocking tho and a cow wero negro also killed and tbo barn set on fire by the lightning Wealthy Mica1 bloc m - et oureepcrt La Mir I I At a Ma Eggf T CURES -- he rt of Education Utck May i veal by men An old family sfl liellielil is tha cause of tin- sic ixty J Tho Cn--- SCROFULA EVEN IN ITS WORST FORMS in MBit C V id t c learned my bottle had any symp- - SpartaotauK S C- - s I ic imp Superintendent Porter of tho census bureau is loaded with complaints from every quarter of tbe Inion against tho present work of the census enumerators It Is feared that another eauiuei may have to lie made to satisfy the pub- Â¬ lic mind The Iterln don Chronicle alliance has since the England and Franco Rnssan Alliance correspondent of the Lon says that a Franco-Ru- inn assumed a concrete ferrn HAS CURED HUNDREDS Or CASES OF SKIN CANCER tree Treatise on Blood aad Skin Diseases mailed Swift -- sciricCos Atlanta Ga JHJSHAGAN ARE- - mont between lermany Fritz Dubois was hanged in the jail yard at Qaafaae on the iOth for tho mur Â¬ Ten Years For DUtM Il sr ITnbant der of his wife two children ami mother-in-laLizie Ackermaa who created such a whom he hacked to pieces with sensation by shooting bor husband Jake an axe Ackerman in the police court at Mem- Â¬ Defnulst Pinslonrs phis Tonn en April 0 was found Samuel Dennett alias Dr Morris is guilty of murder in tbo second degree and was seat need to ten yean in the in jail at Parkersbnrg W Va charged penitentiary Tho killing attracted with defrauding pensioners and person wide attention at the time because of ating an United States officer the national notoriety of Jake Acker Mr Fataetra Panslon man tho murdered man in police cir The President has sigrW the bill lea Be wa- - a noted thief highway Â¬ granting a aaaataa to Delia T S Par- man and burglar nell the mother o Char PirnelL Tha rTcaaaaat Ystaaa a Bill The President has vetoed the bill changing tbe boundaries of the Incom Iulieritetl Bltad Isisoi pahgre Ite Kenorrattoa so as to trans- Â¬ fer a valuable asniialtuiu lake to tho How inuiy people there are whoae dlslreaa public domain it illegal own- - from sorts aches pains ant crnptiv dm ngmade privileged to purchao ficiicics arepasses to inherited hloud aotsna frtni parent to cliihl and lal ifltKKl it for r00 Tha lili was chanpioned In it therefore Is the duty of husband and wie to keep their blood pure This is easily c A company ante by Mr Toller complislnHt by a tiuiclv use of B B H Bo t Akron O offarod to pay Soo000 for Utnic ItlMKl lalaa Send to Blood Balm Co Atlanta for book of most con liniug proof Lhe lake lytwo James Hill At Tin faatara in -- pain sons were afflicted with Olood polann which snUI was beredltaxy lroke Surgeon Gam ral Hamiltoa says that sore and eruptions which It B B the cholera 11 irs to bo eul in promptly controlled and finally cured com liatlc article but he thinks it pletely es will not g into tbe V Mrs S M Williams nnly Texa writes -- My three poor afflicted children who inherited Moot poison have unproved rapidly I rluchHd at s o4 a Kins an after a use of B B B It Is a Uodsend During Chair married lfe of twenty abas station N C J K Wi years Thos Butler Of Taylorville four Ujneaml hhxxt poison Icb SSSl lutated and on Pa lever failc uis wifa Iieforo forced -sns a large ulcer which going to work in the morning lSeeauso the lump lay uutil doctors cave me I iulied 120 pounds when I be would not kiss her on tbo morning Â¬ of tha 1Mb Mrs BaUet committed suiW nounds and n I uever knew what good cide by takin r Sho leaves was befor nine children w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Bloody Mnrdersr Hanrxt IN THE LEAD WITH THEIR SPLENDID LINE OF GROCERIES And Queensware VIS 111 SELECTED STOCK LOW PRICES HEAVY WEIGHT SQLaU DEAL Are the Corner Stones upon which our daily increasing business is being built The same material of which the Corner Stones are laid shall be used in tic construction of our business castle tmusnra out to the topmost tier Therefore we solicit a continuance of the liberal patronage we have received at the hands of the people of Richmond and vicinity Promising that no pains will be spared to keep up the standard of our stock and to all all orders at the very LOWEST PRICES consistent with such goods we are the public servants Â¬ JHJS 42- Hagan - ints Highest of all in Leavening Power IT S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 - way when keep A Cx323 at l A Ci climax 80s obtained I from a tramps sleepers it 800 were proviu lodging house where tMSSi SSSy RICIIMON D COIL AND LUMBER T HE under CO red havefcrnnd a partner- price and re- iage from The yards are located on a vvvibilVl the public Ore ha where we will build a warehouse apon the chil ABSOUUTELY PURE dren K fe THE CLIMAX FKKNCH TIPTON km annually fits Fo protective tariff bene Â¬ Editor BV the fanner H I6 at prices fixed in the great market which draw tlieir supply from tin- RK nilUSHtl Wm G KVEKV WKDNKSOAY whole world awl he i compelled to The Climax Printing Wiiitk Ciias S Co Powell ritlCK PEK YEAR flSO Welaealay - - - June 25 1590 TT one nf lilxir not Bating far tariff pro tcitim but In- baakianj in thundering tones Ear eijuality under the law Heh demanding that the system of legalized fanner ia - Democratic Ticket CLERK COURT OF AITEALS W W LONG MOOR of Harrison County KK JOHN OOPKTV JCDeiE rubbery under which his hard earnings have In en wrung from him for many years and used to enrich monojiolistB iiiiilfanaiua and the manufacturers shall cease Heat last knows liis rights ami m to maintain them hence forth He he intends t watch as well M work baa determines to lc an important factor in the great problem of elections and till over the Republic as he has but recently done in Ohio Indi- Â¬ ana Iowa anil Oregon C CHENAILT rEKK w L W HILL NBOMWTt ATTORNEY J A hi LL1VAN SHERIFF PLACES HIS PRIVATE THE FOOT KB AT TI1K BON HE STATE Tn PAY CUMTMB noun If There ha- - been an emptiness almut ic Treasury of late which ana not J W HALES FOK IA1IKK JOHN F Ail KMBRY KLS It ASSESSOR JoKLT -- to contemplate hat that Baa pmanol away thanks to the promptness of Gov Bnekater who has placed his private fortune at the tempo- d order that no in may po unpaid -iMiiilence by which thai am - it is entirely unique - Kentucky is u It - a- - follow- ioiiceriic1 comfortable Exnn K mm 1 iitmint Fkaxki OBT IIKKIN MBS A T MILLION I learn of loKSt KVKYOK ad Auditor from the Treasurer the State that there ex- a A Q WILLIAM- CORONER B UUD MILLER I M Kind 11- XiiBday YV in Aeest Isw Lincoln Audi- li C wii ii P Jon liy nonii- j the IKiim- - ette niiin- - considerable deficit in the treasury that payment has l en Mhil and that aniens funds can le e treasury advanced from will be unable to meet further demands reditors In order to protect the credit of the I projHse with your consent to advance a sufficient amount to enable ury to meet the demands of the creditors of the Mate until pay- into the treasury daring the months of July and August next will enable tin nine payment -- from iiitiie blicaii o Mi ii i ii charged the State the funds advanced by me illy t 1k- - ail s e I i rn k NKi ok 14 -- or iiu i Ai niToi Prriie There tb uiest tiling of llarrods vw- SKI oii I lime i i n the kind ih do a bam authoiity for the acceptance of to the State the Constitutional held at a sac- - iti nominate rt Ho TM Ti Hit- Hi- ling a ably nanincnted Lt lii- - im KKMiMISATIiV LLAMi Lincoln in Wen trne in Mi Blaine by tinii I limit to borrow having been reached some year- - since your roposition to advance the treasury the nei funds to pay outstanding and accruing claims can accomplished by dejMjsit ing with either ol the bank- - a fund to In paid out mi all warrants iaauud by the Auditor and presented at aud bank - will of coun c le valid claims aginst the treasury and subject to payment ami redemption whenever the trea ury ha- - funds to pay the debts the State The Hoard expresses it ation at your kind oiler and tir reimbursement will not be long dela Very respectfully I ly ia tinmsik- I C XoKMAX ii s itu r June 11 it v itli a national id very miili -- the party repu-di-- 1 Your rejily to my commnnica tion of this date in rc onse to my prop-- - va to protect the I 11 II NWKSTUN NUMINATKli Foil DELEGATE l i ratic nominee gati fn iiu tin Mr irton The Dronsi -- simply thing till I li the jailor of of the Truh J I be proud SCHEME To EHM iE i IT i HE SEN EKAL a law plan for uniting mission - I ity the kln L tea Isbnv commission members named bj ISaid the counties of Kichmoiid and Wet Sew York city Board iennan The commission length come togetlK i and elected Andn v Mr Orei n is New York J Nili lieal circles and was at one time City Controller He personal friend of ii intimate It Ls quite lilUel J Tildell laixrs ol the eonimis- possible that t till and that dur- i SHMi will t lew year- - the onso a York Brooklyn and their outly- ing suburl- - will luinincaii accomplished fal The pubis- sentiuient in favor of aueh a measure is steadily growing and without the i oiniiiiiwioners who pay will doubtless devise a lan that w ill K- aaaafaetary en i - sre TUE FAKMEE ANU THE TARIFF ngroaoional Record fjupy that we Mc- - Crearys receni said A in which reli vise nuui siil many ye made the country and man made wn 1 -- wish to ay now with em- pbaats God made the farmer and the ng man who toil aaeaaalii untry and the Republican irty made the pnss nt tariff which like an hacabos ia crushing the people down ami like the Bentiteaae that aahatfc in darkm-s- - and the destniction that waateth jhting every pari of at nooiid iblie The first man cre- ie found Iranian progress the success oi all human CBortsart- intimately eonnaeted w th the sweat timatcsl that aUmt twenty millions of the present iKtpnlataon of the United States are living on farms or engaged in the cultivation of the anil and from their pro dactive laltor the ovemnent draws its main support and ail citizens derive moat of their wealth and prosperity Farmers furnish food for our who illation and they send abroad thiee fourths of the eat po from the United States to foreign vcate one hail of the wealth of our country and reo their share oniy utcnt 4 j r cent n their investment and are reoaired protective Uriff system to jw- an UM they use of about four ban died and tweet citiif - linancial honot Mte a sufficient sum to meet ii bank mands on ii as indi n my proiosition Tin ill Ih- I oi the deposit and the warrants Aiilitor will be paid oa deaaaad DOt Mr McCreary 1 hold that this bill without discount to the holder and No si is now on the Speakers table without any claim on the State for in- - by riu ht and I believe that under the rule- - ot the Hou e it is the duty of the Jeclfully Speaker to lay it before the House -B ier - money will Within a Mr McCreary To support mj to come into the tate Treasury and the tion I refer to Bale XXIV which de- iercd thal tiie daily order of busiic but the Bncknerin tin- House shall Ik- as follows First nu to nan that prayer by the Chaplain second reading may be made will of e timable ad and approval of tin Journal third cor- during those weeks vantac rection oi reference of public bills it at the auae time maintains inÂ¬ fourth the disposition oi business on the violate the honor and credit of till Speakers table which is a most important consideration The Speaker- - That business to Intaken up in its regular order Mr McCreary The rule does not say THE SILVER HILLin what order the business shall Ik- taken up The second clause of the rule pro Â¬ Mr Met Speaker I am in vides that favor ot tin- resolution offered by the RejHirts and communications from the gentleman iron Missouri Mr Bland head- of Departments and other which requests the SjK aker to lay before communications addressed to the House the House the bill 5381 with the amend-Â¬ and bill- - resolutions and messages from appro- Â¬ ments of tl But before the Senate may be referred to the manner thereto priate committees in the same action can In- had apon that resolution and with the same right of correction aa the jHiint of order raised by the gentleman public bills presented by members but Iowa Mr Conger must be decid-- House bills with Senate amendments which do not require consideration in a ouimittee of the Whole may Im- at once Beapandaag in the beginning of my li posel of as the House may determine remarks to the gentleman from Iowa as may also Senate bills substantially House bills already Kline as - that his bill as the Mr Conger committee early as 11 oclock on yesterday was sent favorably reported by a required toof the Im and House not to the CVanniitltt on Coinage Weights oi the in Committee considered and Measii Iiicb he ia chairnian may be disposed of in the same and leceipted by him or by his clerk I manner mi motion directed to be made wish to say that undei the Constitution by such committee Bill No 5381 - not required to be conÂ¬ of the United we liave proper sidered in Committee of the Whole t forthat instrument that bill should resH Then- is a provi ioii in the hill which renot have been sent to that committee at of money but that time There was no warrant oi au- quire- an appropriation mount appropriated was not in- thority to send it to that committee and by the Senate after the bill pass Â¬ he had no right to mvipt for it ed the House The Constitution of the United States The SKraker The Chair would Ik- glad provides 5 Article I that to have the judgment of the gentleman House shall keep a journal of its from Kentucky Mr McCreary ujou the and the Journal which Supposing that the n of order contained the Sjieakers order referring question as to when- the bill is is dispos- Â¬ the bib in regard to llic purchase of ed of and if it Ik- found to lie ujsin the silver bullion and the issue of Treasury speakers table dm sit not then come up an t the Commit in regular order ml Measures had not Mr Bland If the gentleman In mi pproved by the lbmse at that time Kentucky Mr McCreary will allow and t j roper to send me the bill then to that committee The should like to have The the order referred to the opinion ol the gentleman from Ken proved until to day and lie tucky Mr McCreary apon that point was approved it fore the order Mr Bland If the gentleman from of tl referring the bill Kentucky Mr McCreary will allow me nage Weights I will give him the information that I to the Oaaanaaf under a resolution demanded the regular order when I in- by this House ordered to le trodnced the reaotntaaa I read what ut in the L ular order was and when Mr Sjeaker if each House is required r order the resolution is reached I a journal of to have it voted on I demanded r that until the the regular oi its pr proved by the Ho -- Bat the resolution was The and immediate action was it no had ike Hoaaa not bill Mr Bland I read the rule to show mittee room or elsewhere and ti lar order was and 1 de tbaian bom Iowa bad no right to manded the regular order and 1 sent and ii he did receipt for it his that resolution to Ik- - voted upon in its wasaljsoluu ly void action r order that is that the Speaker the bill with its d to the business on the SjK akers mersimenta came over from Hat Banana table in the regular order and when the bill came here it was laid Senate bills were reached in their regu upon the Speakers table It the hill be taken up That been there now ami tl been no contest a out it ii the SjieakeT The sK akcr The Chair did not 6o un- taken to se tion at the time Coinage W--Â¬ I Â¬ v will de-- Measures I hold with all due respect to the Speaker that bis act in sending that bill to that committee or attempting to s nd it was an illegal act it was not an erroneous act and not voidable but it was illegal and absolutely void The Speaker may have thought that he well had that power but the Speaker as judges of our courts are sometimes Yesterday when the House mistaken adopted the resolution of the gentleman from Texas Mr Mills it adopted a that was conclusive that the denied the right of the Speaker 1 that bill to the Committee on Coinage Weights and Measures It matters not if the bill ha been taken away by mistake it matters not where it is now According to the rules of the House and according to the rights of this llou e un ler the Constitution it belongs upon the Speakers table and 1 K lieve the Speaker of the House in the discharge of Ids duty will see that it is properly disposed of as if lying on the table Reference hits Ik cii made to the Let us action of the House yesterday aee exactly what wan done The Record shows that the follow im resolution was adopted aVaanwa That the Journal oi yester day Wednesday June 1S be corrected by striking therefrom this entry to wit Under clause 2 of the Rule XXIV a bill of the following title with Senate amendments was taken from the Sjteakcrs table and referred aa follows A bill II R 5381 directing the pur chase of the silver bullion and the is ne of Treasury notes thereon and for other purposes to the Committee on Coinage Weights and Measure- That resolution having been adopted the entry made in the Journal is void not voidable not erroneous but void and this cast does not turn as the gen tleman from Ohio Mr Bettorworth inÂ¬ timates apon the preamble It does not hinge apon the preamble which waa not adopted but Um m the resolution which It has been repeatedly was adopted held by the courts that where a conflict existed between a preamble and a resolution or bill and the resolution or bill should Ik- paramount I believe th lotion should lie paramount to the pre- Â¬ amble The resolution is the gist of the business that was transacted and must Inrecanted as what was desired to be done by the House The House adopted the resolution not the preamble Now if the resolution controls Mr Speaker Then it leaves the bill apon your table ii the bill is on the table I hold that under Rule XXIV it is the duty of the Speaker to lay it before te House Why Rule XXIV defines the authority of the Speaker in connection with the order of business of the lion-Tin- Speaker- - If tin- gentleman from Kentucky lielicves it to be the duty of the Speaker to lay the bill before the House how - the resolution in order which re pi ires it to Im- presented for con Should it not be taken up sideration under the regular order of business under the rules Mr Mi MeCivaiv I will endeavor Speaker to answer that question The Speaker The Chair quite agrees with the gentleman that if the bill is on the table it would come up in the regular order of business Mr McCreary Doca the Chair state that the bill is on the Speakera table The Speaker Tin- Chair make- - no statement in regard to the matter but tened to the gentleman and to other gentlemen who have spoken upon the matter for the purpose of determining what was to be done in regard to the question Mr McCreary I have asserted Mr Speaker and I again assert that the bill and amendments raatrt from the Senate to the House and were bud on the Speak nd that you hail no authority ier the bill to the Commit Coinage Weights and Measures ami if that authority lid not exist the bill must Ih- on the Speakers table still - taker Then it would if so come up in the regular way would it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- have read the rule in the hearing of the Speaker The Sjieaker Precisely Mr Bland And I stated that I de Â¬ manded the regular order of business The SjKaker And sent up this reso- Â¬ lution as the regular order Mr Bland Certainly as a part jf the regular i irdsr The SjK aker That is that whenever this bill came up in its order if it is on the Speakera table it should be con sidered Mr Bland It being on the Speakers table I demanded the regular order of business which is under this rale to lay before the House whatever is on the Speakers table and whenever that resolution is reached I demand that it lie voted upon The SKaker It will be iilipoaajlMS for this resolution to go to the Spakers table McCreary Mr Speaker I desire to make a single statement in reganl to the question asked me Rule XXIV to which I have referred ibss not describe the manner in which yon shall lay the bills on the Sjieakers table the House It does not give precedence to any bill and therefore I hold that tue silver bill with the Senate nmendi ielits may be laid before the House by the Speaker or in accordance With the resolution offered by the gentleman from Missouri Mr Bland the House his the right under the rule to call it up The Speaker The Chair will state that that was not the practice under a firmer rule of similar wording in that regard and the Chair desires to say to the gen tleman from Kentucky Mr McCr ary with regard to one suggestion which he made namely that it was not the duty of the Clerk to send this resolution to the committee at the time of its reference but that the Clerk should have waited until the approval of the Journal by the House the Chair is informed it has always been the custom forthe Clerk to send a bill at once upon action by the House even before the Journal has been approved Mr McCreary But Mr Speaker it matters not not what the clerk may have done heretofore Iliiler the Constitution of the United States which requires the House to keep a journal of its pm cedinghold that the Clerk has no right to send bills to the committee uuti the Journal is approved The SM aker Bills have often been passed have gone to the Committee on Enrolled Bills and have been signed and have become a part of the archives before the Journal was approved Mr McCreary- - Responding to the sug gestion oi the honorable Speaker with rehave this to say As gard to precedents the Speaker has made his own precedents 1 think ii mil several previous hi asions he might make now a precedent that would be in accordance with the Constitution and in accordance with the rules of the House The result of the wrangle was that the Speaker was downed Mr McCreary gaining his point Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 i Â¬ Scott deceased sold at public auction last Monday twenty shares of First National Bank stock Dr Charles Mann banghl ten shares at lo2 and the re- Â¬ maining ten shares were sold to Dr L C Wagner trustee for Mrs Mary Scrogin at 13050 Xicholimlle Journal The Court of Appeahl decided in the case of J W Lyons vs the buke t shop firm of Hodgen Miller of Liuisville that money lost in ipet Illation in fu- Â¬ tures can be recoven d under the statute directed against gambling The effect of Una derision upon bucket shos in Kentucky is practically to drive them out of business Improved crop prospects during the pent week brought alsutt a further in- Â¬ crease in the- volume of business in all parti of the country and most notably in the West and Smth All the textile industries -- how signs of substantial improvement Money is everywhere easy and exports continue in excess of last years figures A Harvard law student has shortened the If by stealing luniks curriculum for M and a bicycle He had learned enough law however to e scape punishment Im pleading insanity and getting himself sent to an asylum instead of a jail though the asylum people aee no indications of acute mania in the way in which he plays whist and base ball A negro named Bb Richards while under the influence of liquor went to sleep on the railroad track near the depot at this place Saturday night The train coming along while he was lying there knocked him some distance cutting him severely and brui ing him up generally The great wonder is that he escaped with his life at all Lairmnrlitirg Newi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Five homing pigeons were turned loose ncai St Louis yesterday morning at 010 oclock and the first one arrived at Cincinnati at 810 in the afternoon covering a distane e of Mr2 niile s or aboat 0 miles an hour Two of the other birds arrived shortly after ti ochrk last evening and the remaining two are stiil out Janraaf Â¬ Skat Henry Clay Srdied in Bourbon county on last Friday aged OL years He had been three times married his last wife being a Miss Cliadwell of Jessamine county He leavee aanmber of children among then postmaster Sam Clay and 1100 acres of blue grass land to divide He waa a brother of the among them late irevbeard Sam Clay who owned nearly all the land from Paris to Winchester Â¬ Â¬ We The Brandenburg News says are authorized to state that within six months Brandenburg will have in full blast one of the largest soda ash works in America The plant will employ 500 skilled workmen These works alonewill add LoOO population to our thriving town The new salt works on Miller place will commence business next week They will produce one hundred barrel perday Miss Marv Anderson and Mr Antonio Navarro were married in the Brompton Catch Penny by Abdalbrino dam by Humbug C T Samuels the genial manager of W C French Richmord Ky ch f the Fox Hall livery stable has returned Rachel F by John Wilkes dam by from Richmond where he purchased five Byron dam of Susie first class sadelle horses for the accomnio II C Traynor Richmond Ky b f elation of the summer custom Iiitirill Lama T by Vatican dam the elam of Mettenger Tom Covington J S Mi Mire Shawhan Ky b e Light Uncle Bob who was recently purchased by George Banana from Bam Bryant Mark by Victor Von Bismarck for 15100 won the American Derby Some of the sounds ol peace and progworth 1800 at CUeaao Saturday By ress an- aery like unto the thunders of war the terms of the sale Bryant gets 2000 Here in Be attyville the noi e of the blastof the money won B ing along the line of the R N I ear bo constantly that one Armstrong A Hunter Seville 0 have come to the bought of Timothy Anglin of Fayette can almost imagine a battle is raging and d two black colts by Fller that he hears the thunder of distant ean slie Wilkes One out of Princess by ni inading HiittiiriUi Eater ja Trojan Jr while the other is out of AdThe following is a list if the countv miration by Administrator price 2 fairs to be he Id in Kentucky with their oOO for the first named and Ssl000 for several datoa Of merting so far as we the second are advise d days J Dl Hughes Dickers n Ashland Boyn county July by Duke of Montrose dam Belletta won HarrtMlsburg Mereer co inty July 20 a race at St Iuis last Monday distance 4 days Aug 12 -- 1 three quarters of a mile- time L20 in the Danville Boyle county mad pome 800 This colt was named days in honor of our next sheriff N R Dickflhmpaliajg Bath county Aug 12 1 enson and like its distinguished names- daya ake- is a sure winner Anvaamaanh Dem- Maysville Mason county Aug 10 1 ntt daya Lexington Fayette county Aug 20 5 Haggins colt Salavator won the Su- Â¬ Sheepahead Bay from perhaps davs burban at Shelhyviiie Shelby county Aug in tin- best lie Id of horses ever se en i days America in one race The time 200 4 5 days Paris Bourlxui county S pt 2 breaks the Suburban record and is withBardatown Nelson county Sept in of a second of Kingstons record for the distance The contestants were Stride days Bowling Groan Warren county Sept Lmgstreet away Firenzi Montague days Cassius Tenny Prince Royal and Race Winehester Clark county Sept 9 1 was worth S10000 to the land The race 000 to Cassius the -- nd daya winner and Elizabe thtown Hardin ceninty Sept 9 horse 4 days When Dexter 217 was foaled his dam Cynthiana Harrison county Sept M Clare was J years old Lady Ablallah 4 days was over U when she gave birth Richmond Madison countv Sept 10 Nancy to Golelsmith Maid 214 4 days Awful gave birth to Barren 21 Horse- Cave Hart county Sept 16 f Flora days when she was 10 years old was eight the year she brought St Julian Henderson Henderson conntyJJept X Midnight was thirteen when 2111 5 days 210 was foaled Miss Bmnefl was days Hartford Ohio county Oct nine when she gave birth to Maud S2Sj Owensboro Divicss county Oct 7 5 Lou dam of Axtel 212 was seven years days old when the youthful king of trotting Hopkinsville Christian county Oct stallions wis foaled and Waxana was 154 days eight when she brought the wonderfull Fminence Henry county Oct 15 4 Aaheeate Sunol three-year-o210 davs Our young friend C T Sandidge has made the biggest deal in horse flesh this CONCERNING FARMEHS week that has been consumated in this Strawberries sold in Louisville at 7 to section for a long time He sold to Mr We have not seen a fine Har- 10 cents per pauana Closte a South American his rison Chief stallion for 000 to whom lie berry in Irvine this season brine Eagir also sold Smith Baughnians Messenger In Boyle and Lincoln counties fittv chief for same price 8 H Baaghmana mule colts have Ik ch bought recently by Allen Bashford for S72- and John Baugh D C Tcrhmne of Mercer at SI to S Vi mans two stallions for 800 and 650 re- and A others by another party at S70- - to Mr Closte also bought of spectively Walker of f anrnotor a harness stallion Twenty head of fine Jersej cattle were for 500 This stock will be shipped to sold at J B Wallaces sale Lexington their far oil destination next Monday June 21 for an aggregate of 180 an Stanford Journal average of 90 HORSE NOTES pers Ninth district ham Tenth district Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ three-year-ol- Â¬ 24 - ingsville lock Glasgow QaantttJ anu quality aro not neces sarily irreconcUnble la milk says tho rn Rural Many Jmuej cowawtta targe butter recorui aro also notcl as largo Bilkers not largo as compared with Holsteins but larjo for cows that put butt r in their milk but as a ruin very rich butter cows arc not great milch cows Nor is it desirable that they should be where the obj ct nimed at i batter Ia this ease the rmallor tho anmbcv of pcandaef milk ncceseary to make a round of better the better for By careful selection th butter maker id pcrsiitrat breeding for that pur easily within the power of any poa it trst elasa breeder to establish Jerseys our- - prod uciny a moderate or mall quantity of milk very rich in bettor the other giving a ety to sixty po m Is at eopioti Hush of mill containing a good per Thero aro cont of butter tiors li which the larger milkers jre would bo nv hie But JerooT breeders la gear cral will find tc ra to fao qna uity of I utter Â¬ H T Lloyd Chat- Â¬ W M Smooot Ow Kieveuth district J T G Win Sick Headache and a sensation of oppression and dullness in the head are very commonly produced by indirection morbd despondency irritability ami over sensitiveness of the nerves may in a ma jority of case be traced to the same cause Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm and Pellets will positively cure ii Gst Smiths Diarrhoea Cordial a your life as you cant always et the doctor in time Price i cent- - Sold by W G White Druggi t 51 Local Produce Markets CORRECTED ARNOLD BY COVINTTON WEEKLY BRO GROCERS MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY a i Richmond Ky Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens fcggs W heat m June 2 i 2 oof Â¬ - 1 Â¬ 25 25 - Jay-Eye-S- 14 ld Â¬ Â¬ A Sew York message of Monday says sale of the McGratbiana Oratory London Wednesday morning The ceremony performed by Canon lur scll was as simple as it could Ik- under BicuaoxD Kv June 16 1890 The Democratic Committee of Madi- the Roman Catholic ritual there being son county is requested to meet at the no choir music and no spectators except County Clerks Office on Saturday Jane the most intimate friends of the bride A full attend After the ceremony a wedding breakLl t at L oclock p in fast was set by Dr Griffin and following ance is requested this Mr and Mrs Navarro left for Venice Tims Tiioii k Chmn l to spend the honeymoon DEMOCRATIC COUNTY COMMITTEE Â¬ Â¬ 1 We have received from Prof Jamc- - K Patterson a copy of the re port of the leg Paris is to celebrate the Jth of July islative committee appointed to investi- Â¬ Lt Commander Asa Walker of the V gate the affairs of the A and M College s Kavy and Miss Belle Cnnt daughter Lexington The report shows real estate ol J Alex irant of Frankfort wen- Mar and personalty estimated at 313000 and ried its income is stated at 37900 per annum f34j000 from taxes derived as follows Sac- - and Koxcshavt conclude the The 0000 interest oi investments 200 on treaty by which the Government acquires title to 4iIXK acre- of land- - in tuition and SI 400 from other sources their reservation and net spring will The number of matriculates last tension witness another rush of homesteaders was 552 double the session of Si 8i and 150 more than 88 and 89 into those fertile prairies Â¬ Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS The Kentucky Court of Appeals dis solved the injunction obtained by the Nashville against the Knox Louisville ville Cumberland Gap and Louisville railroad and this enables the latter line to build into Middlesborough at once The Daily Journal of Milwaukee points out aa the worst feature of the McKinley bill the fact that it increases the tariff on most everything tin man needs while it leaves articles used principally by the rich at the old rates News came from Louisville late last afternoon that Mr Cleil Ten ill of the Paint Lick neighborhood and Mrs Belle Feathers of BryaataviBe were married Tie in that city about 3 oclock orl tenders congratulations Zenenafer Twenty thousand Confederate dead are buried in Blanford Cemetery at Peters burg Ya and Monday afternoon in the presence of ten thousand pel BUBS amid the pealing of artillery and the rattling oi musketry an imposing monument waa unveiled to their memory The orator of the day was CoL W Gordon htcCabe who delivered an eloquent addreas The funds with which the monument was built were raised entirely by the Lulie s Memorial Association of Pete rsburg and a number of tlieir Northern friends con Â¬ tributed generously The project to erect colossal eques- Â¬ trian statues to Gents irant and Lee on Pinnacle Mountain Cumberland Cap AImhU Jli- is assuming definite shape MK has already been subscribed and offers to assist have Ik cii received from government men all over the country One of the statins is to face North the other South and the foundation is to rest in the triangle formed by the ImiuihI ary line- of three State s Kentucky and Virginia The plan originat ed with patriotic and enterprising peoÂ¬ ple of Middlesborough Ten-nesse- An average of 1300 waa had which ia the third beat ever raised in this e ountry superiors Ik ing the phenomenal Bale in which King Thomas brought 38000 and the breakÂ¬ ing up sale at Bancocaa As a public sale that eif to day is probably the best ever had in this country Tin- following ia the record above LO0O Chestnut colt by 84 Blaise Perhaps by Australian i l00 Bay e olt by Onondago Ke lp by Stra chine S4000 Bay or brown colt by Longfellow Anne Boleyn by Tom Bowling SbsT lkiv colt dy Neptune Patty of Cork by Kyrle I tally 1000 Brow u colt by Strathmore Spaldie by blue Mantle SI 200 Brown colt by Strathmore Annette by Strachino S200 Bay colt by King Alfonso Irsuline Nun by Longfellow 1800 Brown filly by duke of MouUbbc -Sjiinaway by leambigliai 32350 Brown filly by Duke of Mentions latti by Billet 1660 Black tilly by St Blaise Bcttie M by Sannterer 13S0 Chestnut till v by Onondaga Klsinore by Buckded 1800 Bay filly by St Bhnai Li Jaive by Mortciner Si 125 Brown tilly by Kelpie by Bonnie ScotlandBrown Sli00 Brown filly by Duke of Montrose Oladness by Onondaga L02 Following are the entries to the yearl- Â¬ ing and stakes of the Madis on County Fair Association to Ik trotted at its coining meeting to lie held at Richmond Ky Bepteaaber 10 17 is l and ld Â¬ Wheat harvesting began ii this county last week and be this time has become general Reports place the yield at a fair average While poanbty not so thick on the ground the heads are well tilled and the grain plump and round In Boyle connty ten yearbngcattie sold Kr at S2250 head Thirteen ye arlings average 650 rrmmilit brought 21 six oxen Bold for 2A cents Kr pound and six yearlings at 265 per hundred Twenty steers sonlh sixty cattle 3 to 325 Winchester Court J A Ramsey auctioneer reports only 100 cattle on the market 50 fair yearling steers brought 13 common ye arlinus at S2 per head SI 7 jier head 15 plain steers weight 1000 libs at 325 per ewt Small crowd and dull court 7 V Bush auctioneer reports the sale Of J P Long as Administrator of B B West on June 21st as well attended and bidding lively One mare and colt sold for 149 one mare 75 one old horse S100 one yearling 80 one yearling Sn one yearling 50 Six heif iK per head Stock hogs sold for 4cta per pound During the storm Wednesday laat light- Â¬ ening killed a pah scventecn hand work mules for J P frame of this county They were value d at si0 and it is a se vere loss to him They had just been unhitched from the wagon an were passing under a walnut tree when the bolt struck them and kille d them instantly The only bruises oi them was a bullet hole in the nerk of one Daw ill Adro- Â¬ 1 Â¬ eafSi of 20 YKARIIXO STAKES Got Btickner has appointed Mrs Lake P Blackburn Dr Gary B Blackburn and Gen Basil W Dake a conunitte to select a ilesign and arrange for the- erection of a monument to the late Gov Blackburn in pursuance of the order of the 1 tare Adam Middleton a prominent and wealthy farmer of Shelby county diel at his residence Sunday afternoon of paralysis For years Mr Middleton bad been President of the Shelby County Agricult- ural AssiK iatimi He leaves a wife and seven children The Court of Appeals has derided that ex Treaaorer Tates bwalaiiawi are liable to the State for his defalcation and a new trial of the ease in the Franklin court ill be necessary to establish the amount chargeable to each bond for the various terms of the defaulter Â¬ Judge J H Brent has withdrawn from the race for Superior Court Judge in the He e an Third district nothing but a repetition of the hootieaa struggle of the Lexington Convention and is unwilling to again elraw his friends into a long and expensive contest The Court of Appeahl has overuled the petition for a rehearing in the case of Bryan s The Board of Education involving the removal of Millersburg College to Winchester It is umlerst mmI that an appeal will now be taken to the Supreme Court of the United States uaster General Waaamakar has just made Mrs President Harrison apvs ent of a seaside home at Cape May She and Mrs McKce and children spent a part of teat summer in this cottage mid was charmed with it and expressed herself so to Mr Wanamaker hence the sift A notable society event occurred at when Mha Jon-Lexington on T rtlett daughter of the Rev W F V Bartlett was united in marri John J CamplH 11 of Peoria 111 The ceremony was pel fiat Bled in the First Presbyterian church oi which the brk es father is pa Rev S A George is being tried before for a a church court at Mansfield hugging and a kissing of the sisters of the church If the sisters are as giKl looking as some of the sisters hereabouts It would be we dont blame the parson worth expulsion to e able to enjo Old Mai- osculation and embracement fore-setÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Enterprisethinks The Be attyville Judge Rols rt Riddle of Estill county is a sure winner in the race forjudge of the new Common Pleas Court which the Legislature carved out of Judge Lillys circuit Judge Riddle is a in the mountains warm iK rsoiial friend of Judge Lilly and stiMMl by the latter in his trouble s last It was reported at winter at Frankfort that time that Judge Lilly had dcclare d that he would resign if the Legislature should cut up his district in that fashion but the new court was made in spite of his protest and lie is still holding court in his Id circuit Judge Riddle has been Commonwealths Attorney and Circuit Judge in his district and has been prom- Â¬ inent in the politics of that eectioa The new district is composed of Breathitt Fs till Knott Ixr Morgan Powell and Wolfe counties Â¬ B EL Neale Richmond Ky b c June light by Vatican dam Bell Movaa by I xiiiLtqn Hamblctonian i W St Clair Lexington Ky by Aberdeen dam by American Clay A L Coleman Wexxllake Ky Tom Hook by Cyclone dam by Col Ham brick Ky Sweet C I Kreiger Imisville heart by F arl dam Klnia same Etta by Grotto dam by Zilcaadi Cmlddiist B II Neale Richmond Ky b e Tolu by Vatican dam by Peavine F Denny Richmond Ky hg Billy W heeler by Kinjicror Wilke s dam by Humbug Phil Roberts Richmond Ky h e Bill Luxon by Hylas Jr dam by Copper bnfliaa LM J A Lee Danville Ky Le land by C F Clay dam by Enfield J S Collins Richmond Ky ch f Pauline by Pretender elatu unknown H C Traytior Richmond Ky b c Robert L by Robert McGregor elam by George Wilkes J S Moore Shawhan Ky b f Alma Mark by Victor Von Bismarck Â¬ iVc Â¬ The fanners are now very busy All their crops have ripened at the same time and in consequence of the unreliability of our labir inconvenience has been encountered by name of our most thrifty farmers whose crops have not bean harvested on that account This difficulty is not general and ir the weather is ginsl for a reasonable time the agri- Â¬ culturist will have a very large crop to ma credit Daw ill Advocate The Order of Wheelers does not want for organs Besides the great nuinln r of country papers which are bidding for the Wheeler nappes I bj maintaining a Farmers Alliance Column there are a number of exclusive Wheeler papeia in the State and occasionally a new one The Unionist starts up baa jaet ap peared at Henderson and a otwapond ant of the Oweaahoro Messenger says Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Flour 3r Corn per barrel tl W re rtUlii Hay per 100 lts Oats in sheaf per 100 lis The hantsomest and most showy lorm Lard for a Shorthorn cow includes a broad as Tallow well as deep cheat full crops foro ril beeswax bo round as to leave no depression be- Â¬ Feathers lino Meal hind the shouldorj a along tho back to end of tho rump Feed Oats arlde between the buckle bones and Orcnard Grass -- s t This is tho German Millet weH developed quartern is 2 00 best shape tor ma in noef For milk Timothy Seed the chest should be deeper and not so Clover Seed Oats in sheaf broad foro ribs rather fiat and long crops less full than for beef and the Choice blue gras seed quarters quite broad so that In l jokinj Red top seed Potatoes 00 at her in front bcr body will apriv ar de- Â¬ Sweet Potatoes Irish cidedly wedge shaped the larger end to Wool the rear Bat even thus formed when dried o if a Sbortnora cow will fatten quickly and cheaply and make a good Louisville Tobacco Market Occa earea m of a fin- - quality of at By Olover A Ihirrett LswiavUla sionally eno of beef shape that Is Ware House about as full in froat a ri r anl rath- Â¬ Sales on our market for the wet er tat -- proves a pro trniPter of a highly closed amount to J43 hhds with k excellent quality liko roni Holstoia S Fricsians atony of tho latter w tu to for the same period of i8jS hhd have changed their nature in America an on our market since January yielding richer niiiic generally than In to 72609 hhds Sales of the crop of Holland and yet of a very abundant sv hhd- No doubt this change is on our market to this date 4 quantity The offerings of Burley tobacco owin to the tiiiTeronco of climate and been very heavy on our market iha week ejuality of food The aaanut M in Hollind are cool and and whi e prices were fully sustained for wet and In Northern America compara Â¬ the ccice grades of leaf and for coinn tively hot and dry with drier and nioro grade with high color yet all other ri frosty witit - and the grass of our were irregular and some weaker and we meadows is tern rank and succulent These bars much Influenco in giving find it necessary to change our quota The rains this week quantity and quality to milk and also in some particulars In the formation of flesh Still the have been local in character but difference in reels of caUlo Is para heavy and have done very material dam mount and the animals should bo age to the crop in some section chosen from era as CXCOl la What is The following quotations fairly repreth breeder to prixluco sent our market for burley tobi America- A rricultnri L of iSSq One of the greatest reasons why Trash Dark or damaged tobace be- bright boys have left the farm is to 300 thi y were not given half the Colory Trash I3 50 to chance t a Ml their brains and b lloved Common Lugs note 1I1 there waa nothing on tho farm ex ept hard work and poor pay My ad rice to Colory Lugs 50 to fiooo the boys is to spend a part of their time Common Leaf 700 in visiting not for fun but for busi- um to Good Leaf Bvery one of us lias a liking for Good to Fine Fillers 14 ooto Â¬ soro special lino of farm work and be Sclcct Wrappery Tobacco i lieves that in that lino be could mako a Bat lieforo success comes and success come it will if you intelligently persist LIVE STOCK MAESET EEPCrT there will be some fall area and many By iUKKNK A BHBUYT dl tcoaragementa that villco6t time and Lire Htock Con it llnclu money Much of thin can be avoided oviugton uati Union Block by spending less time and money in farmers who havo for years been working in the line you wish to follow Cincinnati Ohio June 23 iSjo Go to the homes of these men with SHIPPING CATTLE eyes and ears open ask all tho ques 4 Good to Extra tions you can think cf and dont forget Fair to Good the memorandum book and pencil Fol- Â¬ Common and Rough low it up Weed out the wheat from Good to Extra Oxen tho chaff work think and plan but Fair to Good Oxen never for any length of time work so Common and Rough hard that you can not plan and plan BUTCHER CATTLE well My experience teaches me that Good to Extra 4 lyi 4 25 its not the hardest worker that makes Fair to Good -4 oo cess cf farming 3 Judicious laziness is what most Extra Fat Steers 3 S5 3 farmers want a little more of Not Fair to Gooel Steers o Extra Cows 3 time for loafing and idle talk be from hard work that their brains may Fair to Good Cows 1 Cows be rested and clear to think and plan Common 1 001 Rough Cows and Oxen better 1 suppo e some of tho old pee BLLLS plc will think that I am preaching a bad doctrine to our boys but I know shipping I j fora personal experience that it is true Best Bologna Not many years ago and with a mort Fair Bologna gage on the farm 1 lsrro ved money to Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin pay my expenses to horticulcural meet in anl those of our State Board of FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Arrricultire and oven tojroofT and visit Good Extra Steers 4 10 4 oo I used the opportunities other farmers Good Fair 3 qo 37 for my money 1 rcmombr d Goodto to Extra Steers Heifers what I s v rnd hoard and the farm has Common and Thin Stockt rs 3 aiir 3 40 22 J27 ire proved the mortgage Is paid and COWS AND CALVES I am able to live comfortably and well 1 intend to visit an intelli- Â¬ Best Grades 33 00W3S 00 gent trait grower of whom I think I Fair to Good io oo 30 00 can learn soinethtag more I still prac 12 ooii iS 00 Common Be--- t tico what I preach judicious laziness Veal Calves 4 75 J II Hale In Farm and Home Fair to Goexl 4S 2 oof Common and Heavy 3 00 HOGS LYwarc of Ointuieats for Catarrh that Select Butchers 3 753 3 80 Contain Merrnry Fair to Good Packers 3 as mercury will surely destroy the sense Good to Extra Lights 2 75 and completely derange the Light Pigs 3 40 of smell whole system when entering it through SPRING LAMBS Such articles Extra the mucous surfaces should never be used except on prescrip- Â¬ tions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can pessibly derive from them FOR CoXelRESS Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P JAMKS a SlcCliKVUY Ian candidate for Co Toledo O contains no ro cleelion 10 Congress from Hie Eighth Iu J Cheney mercury and is taker internally and acts trict of Kentucky subject to the action ot 50- directly upon the blood and mucous sur- the Democratic pnrty faces of the system In buying Halls FOK CIRCUIT COCBT CLERK Catarrh Cure be sure you fcet the genuB G FOVKLU of Speedwell Is a cml ine It is taken internally and made in dale for Circuit Court Clerk of Mulin Co Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney county subject to the uclion of the Den aTSold by Druggists price 75c per cratic party bottle 1 lcf Â¬ 1 it 1 Â¬ too vis-itin- -r Â¬ -- 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ Â¬ t FOR JAILEU Mr Fernanda May of CallnMin will probably start such a paper at Delaware in Daviess county that Â¬ IRVINE STAKES FOR ulministrator of Hervey county se at war is generally the most exciting variety of politics and the enter iri ing county of Powell which has lately la en penetrated by the Kentucky Union railroad and ia therefore getting pretty wideawake has one mi hand which has already gone into the Courts The fight is between Stanton the present county seat and Clay City which wants to capture the honor The Some says Wiiu h ester Democrat months agoabfll named the Legislature allowing Powell county to issue bonds to the amount oi SLtl0tl for the pur building a court house and jail When the Board of Magistrates met two of them were enjoined from acting by the Clay City people but the remainder of the Board by deciding vote of the County Judge decided to issue the bends which was done A committee was apÂ¬ pointed to advertise for bids for the construction of the buildings at Stanton If this should be done it would be a death blow to the hopes of Clay City and accordingly on last Tuesday the Stanton authorities were enjoined by the Clay City people from further action in The ease will probably be re long and the outcome will be watched with in A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hardin Iexington Ky ch c Jim Wilcox by Tom Covington elam VW Mollie C Miller Richmond Ky eh f Van Ella by Vatican elam by Patrick John Denmark Luxon A Co Richmond Ky b c Vat-t-Neale by Vatican dam by Paymas- e Â¬ ter B II Ne ale Richmond Hall by Vatican Vara and Georgette G W St lair Lexington Ky bik c Stcnbing by Wilkes Boy dam by Black Allen Ky John A L Coleman Woodlakc L by Col Hambrick dam by Colemans Clark Chief B H Wilson Woodlake- - Ky Victor II by Col Hambrick dam by Cole- Â¬ mans Alslallah Drum C L Krieger Loniavflla Ky Major by Maj 1 anders dam Mollie an L Deatherage Richmond Ky gr g Louis Booker by Vatican dam Fannie Robinson B T Hughs Danville Ky b f Evan- Â¬ dam by Reel geline by Director Wilkes o If Chenault Richmond Ky b g Ky r c Light dam Nell darn of Be 11 John B Eaahry and John W Pore sold this week to M Goldsmith Cincinnati through his agent Simon Weil of Lex of cattle numbering ington 15 50 he ad They were shippei last Tues Â¬ day on a npaefaf train through to Jersey City N J Meann Embay and Pore al so on the mat day abipped eie car load containing it head to Green iv Baabry of Cincinnati Altogether his makes the largest shipment at any one time on local record They were atop fad eattfc and were quartered at Curleys daw Bel J Camp Nelson Xicltolariilt Jaaraafi The crowd was not as large on Monday m usual on Court davs still there was a fair trade on the streets aid iu diMirs Cant Nat s oirutt auctioneer reports 150 eattle on the market Yearlings selling at to 350 per cwL 25 to 3J65 and at 10 At the stable of Offutt Broth Â¬ ers ten horses sold privately at from SI 00 to to 370 and 6 mules at from 120 D P Sentry sold 12 h from 1550 to 129 ier bend three mules at from 1480 to 100 eight at 850 each 10 steers at 2550 Â¬ Â¬ -da three-year-oli Foa at the Table B B COKNELISJUN is it candidate for An Austin man read in a paper that Jailer of Maelison county and is not sutiject tho family should alwpys bo tho scene to the action of any party hut the will ol Hie of laughter and merriment and that no people meal should bo passed In tho moody silence that so often characterizes those occasions Tho idea struck htm so favorably that when his family was gat cred around the table that evening ho said Now this sort o thing of keeping so 3 jt tBawaa 5r3 blamed mum at meals has got to stop You hear me You girls put in an tell Vc S aaaaLarS W istories an keep np agreeable sort o talk like an you boys laugh and bo a jolly or Ill take and dust your Jackets with a grape vine till you cant stand Now begin Tho glare that bo sent around tho table made tho family as funny aa a mTa funeral Texas Sittings ii Timet The Governor has appointed the fol- Â¬ lowing delegates to the Farmers Coi which meets at Council Blufls Iowa August 20 20 Frst district Hon T F Gardner Bardwell Second distri JD lardy Newstoad Third distrct Fish Cook Bowling Green Fourth dis- Â¬ trict Dr J R Hughes Bloeniiield Fifth district A P Farmsley Louisville Sixth diHtrirt Hon I 14 Miinull Seventh district Geo W Davis Owen ton Eighth elistrict Wm G V Stanford and Cbae M Hannah Wu- - SItcood In Illinois a small cottage just at tho edge of a recent cyclono was move el by tho wind thirty or forty feet without in-Â¬ Both the method res It when juring tho structure materially Tho 8yrup of Fig3 ia ami taken it i family was scarcely awaro of the move Â¬ ment but coals were scattered from tho and refreshing tn the taste and grate upon the floor and tbero was danÂ¬ gently yet jir mptly en the ger of a conflagration The head of tho Liver family seized a bucket and hastened tern c to tho well for water but no well waa aches nd turl to be found Tho house had covered it constipation Brrup the but tbe patriarch did not notice this only rcmeiv of its k fact Rushing back to the house he exÂ¬ duved pleaainc to the taci claimed ceptable t Maria thet war tho doggondest sly coon ever heern o It hes blowed tho well clean off tho lot without even leaving a stun to tell whar lt war i Texas Sif tings to all and have raac it the A Self Mado Man Hostler Young Denny t csed to popular remedy kn va Syrup of Figs is for sale work hero in tho stable s got to be a regulr an I toll jcr hes gcV and gi bottles by all tin alonir fine gists A li mado man Den- - may not have ny is 1 get to be somebody cure it r any one Aller bis own business wi accept any never Clrinke smoked nor nothln i I like to see such fellers as Denny get CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO aionjr 1 uo waai s uenny uoin now Hostler SAM Keopin a saloon ovor In icvtsnuE tr East New York Puok Hew ronx ar An Eccent lc OIVl BXJOV a THE CLIMAX Velaesday - June 25 1890 Teachers at notice by County Suiier inlendent Million u Hmm column for entries to MadLs tountx Kjiir trot and races Â¬ Mr T Ik Hackctl aSSBBI liir wheat har Is there an vesting on hurt Wednesday Jessamiae Coaaty Fair The pSQpla of Jessamine county have at last taken a sensible view of the situation and decided to have a fair It will take place near Niiholasvile August Oik 14th and IMh A pame of fl000 is olfered t trotters on the first day Other large purses will be given during aaa iair uate of the beat aafle tracks in the State has beea conrtructcil See advertisement in to ami a Climax Â¬ Ice Factory for Uicliaioad nu1 Hath Its t iethsemain is aiilaui by Miss Stella M ChamlM rs of Oaorgjataam Ky Hon Erumett Dickson of Tark a young lady of A Hitch in The Public School Iouse Pro of Ir 1 H Blantoii is a candi only 17 summers She was educated at erodings for Superior Judjrc and we Inane he Brownsville Female College Teau date List Saturday was the day se apart for Col Th Smith the mav win t formera vote on the question of bonding the in Â¬ ly resided in Kentucky is well and M Foster has purchased a Ir Joins debtedness for a new public sch il house lip ad way That makes ten sold favorably known and continues to draw An act of the Legislature was secured by patronage from his old State the eighteen on tliat attractive Reprosenttaive Smith at the recent tlirolllll lacloudrv Loveliaesa to take a vote of the people BB to whether The country in the vicinity of Rich or not the tax should le imposed and riiiuissioner Bostl will sell in front of tha in houie on next Couiity mond is devoted almost exclusivclv to bonds created to run twenty years Rut f laJid belonging to stock raising and some of the finest pasbefore the day of election came the fact turage in the world greets the eye of the was announced that no provision existed Sura 11 isle No more grand and imposing for a sinking fund and that therefore afoheofrer T Kict el o aaaaj wcured a new panorama coutkJ lie conceived than the ter paying interest on the bonds for baker from Cincinnati and he can bake scenery from the Cumlierland Mountains twenty years the bonds would all come anything bean a ginger snap on an to the to Richmond and at this season of the daw in one year That of course defeat bam door raareapeeiaOy nature bursts upon the ed the proposition as no fine wanted to Mr T J King of Krtill county was vision in unclouded loveliness Kcntuck pay interest for twenty years jutt for fun in Kiihinoiid last week and Ixmght of ians have beea censured often for vaunt- Â¬ much better pay the amount now and M rx the luuilrur Jut has rant ing the In anty and glory of their State save the interest or in three or four denee t be uilt in Irvine but could an impartial ohserver behold years as the trustees have the power to IWanlarj of President R M Dudley Richmond now he would fall down in proceed under the regular scl ool law which allows the collection of 25 cents on the College hen levn increased homage at her hi tJlitltlh The vote therefore the 100 per year NtlO The salaries of Demorrats was three to one against the proposition the other hciiiIhts of the Faculty have The I exington 1re s correspondent The law was carelessly drawn The froui JlJOO to 1300 Mr Riddle says matter was placed in the hands of Hon I nut Some of the most prominent Beaaoemla W I Smith Representative and Hon of Richmond are Jas R McCreary who C V Barnaul tily Lots far Sale The latter suggested that The Nieholaville Contract and In is Congressman for the Eighth District of Hon Phil Thompson Sr had drawn a Judge similar bill for Harrodsburg and all that nt Company have derided to sell Kentucky Judge J C Chenault Scott J A Sullivan C S IWeb Kth a number of de was necessary was to copy that law and iiliiily on July Clenanlt W change the names and amount to suit siralde town lots in the addition known Rice John I Harris T explicit ad H Miller J R RurnamJ IBrooka W Some bow the bill past the Iuncan Heig bouses and M Irvine 1 S Irvine Dudley Tribble J was signed by the Governor without any cl iwliirc in to days Climax S Coliins J E ireenleaf W i White provision for a sinking fund We Hte Xst V If Greea French Tipton J C Miller The matter is BOU in the hands of the In fact there are so trustees just where it was before the The Lexington ln ss of Sunday says and W R Smith n Leteiaer who moved from this many good Deaaocrata in Richmond that special act was passed They prxise to city to Richmond atout eight years ago it would exhaust this article to name collect the S3 cent tax ami build the them all araa in town yesterday looking around house The tiiaatauqaa- I view to returning to Lexington He will probably In- back Cholera Flux Fleas and Flits IHTiiianently As the date of the Assembly meeting in a few fays and complete his arrange Asiatic cholera has made its appear July 1st to Uth inclusive approaches ments more interest is ln ing manifested in this ance in Spain The season is not too far greatest of all Kentucky institutions The advanced for it to come to America and Raw Homes if we have one mails bring daily inquiries for programs our health department will build a resilience i lac tents boarding hoaaasa ivc and every in- might take a hint and clean up the streets 5tA and North adjoining the one he sold of Lexington Nunc of our streets and t It will be equally dication jMiints to a large and prosperous Bar M Kvans session More than double as many tents many of our alleys are filthy em ugh to i pretty m the other have IhhII engaged as were ever taken at breed pestilence bat are sure to attract A 8 iott is building a residence ad- Â¬ Lexington this season before Chautauqiians vi it such a disease as cholera Basset joining his home near the K Woodland Dark every day lookingout for Trantcrijit 11 Mrs rroaddus his remodeled Richmond could do something in the shady locations and arc charmed with her home on BBBBnr Main street bejsaa way of cleaning up The streets re not the i ondition of the beautiful grounds all recognition All railroads will sell tickets to Chau so bad as those of some towns and priHon it HaparBrs vate property is in fair condition as a tauqua at excursion rate- The following letter was received inthia rule but there is abundant rOOB for imBer stive IMcaenan the uueuBrtua1 provement There arc pig peaa in gainhlcr will deliver a lecture at the city yesterday Oanee of A 11 Gfllet Field Seuetaij of too close proximity to thoroughfares M lhodist clmrcli in this place on Friaagon His subject of the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific There are alleys that contain day evening at M oclock loads of the over present tin can and In en Circle Wyoming Ohio June 4 lsw It Hapicned Mow Be lias is There are back My Dear McClintock Allow me to defunct a h barrel Willing successfully at this church for the past two weeks without monied re- congnitulate you on yoar program for the yards that would not lc accepted as It - sjilendid and models for front premises Then-- are ward and now projwea to charge the Kentucky A scmbly water eli rets that need pounds of lime eli gantly printed small sum of 23 rente Sincerely Yours copperas and other deodorizers A 11 till LET Sixty Mere bradeatrs hex I in- - rijit The Council has of late done some serviceable cleaning and every citizen Hospital College of Mediriate and Berea College Cemmencomcut who has not already done so ought to the Collegu of I dentistry lxitli IVpart On last Wednexlay several thoaaaaad join in the god work nients of Central IniverMty grailuatol The atmosphere is ripe for some pestisixty students on last Wednesday- - the jKiqile assembled on the college campus llux dysentery former 4i and the latter 11 The first hon at Berea the occasion being the annual lence Cholcratnorbus or of the Medical class fell to Dr Phillip commencement of that school But the and kindred evils are already throughout so large as usual ow ing the land Barhaar D crowd was Barbof nan of Per L perhaps to the strong indications of rain D Mr A Wilkses Mnith was prominent And while you are exercising due re- Â¬ The prograaa as publisheil heretofore gard for hcalthfulncss do something for b ottieiated among the IV was faithfully carried out The gradu the sake of looks If you have not al- Â¬ InauttT Counting ates were Robert W Fletcher of Camp ready whitewashed or painted your man to Nel oii Cassandra Pluuimer of Ohio fences The lournal ha- - eaajaged and out houses do so now take the reams of Stanford and the Hal Miss Fannie M Brooston of Richmond Iaint your houses Paint is convenient will lie puMi hod if necessary The George T IfcGoUnm and Lena Sayers and chiap enumerator- - are cautioned to lie very of Rerea In this connection we suggest that areful or we w ill catch up witli them The matriculates for the year number- many of the shade trees need attention ed 355 Of them 189 were colored and The limbs are so low that an umbrella bii lmionds enumerator Capt PP l7 white IM males 109 females Ken- has no sort of showing and even Btod 17 and eighteei othei Ballard aays be - going to find every tucky furnished erately tall persona are in danger man woman and child in Richmond or States the remaining 38 ting an eye gouged out or face lacerated Free tuition is furnished annually to by drooping limbs Trim up as well as oaf aghl to ii it if he ha- - at 72 students on scholarships founded by clean up nh warrant two friends liailrsaa w or k iu Katill The college has fitty arrea of beautiful The Shaiiahans o Bore a Million lOllar Work is being panned rapidly along woodland in the campus and seven or Tunmd Hire line of the R N I A II rail- eight buildings one of them costing 30 D Shanahan cv Co contractors for the the Mi and another SLUH road Jaatge licharils informed RNI B have undertaken a colossal that the cars would lx running work and will proceed at once to prepare Central I aivrrsity to the river orasoatBB Irvine by October for it They are the men to execute it Â¬ The catalogue of Central Cniversity for with precision and dispatch 1st All the heavy work is finishThe Cou- Â¬ ed and what remains to be done is very the session just dosed is before us and rier Journal of Thursday says Am ther lilit By Sefaeaaber cars will run into it shows the school to 1m in excellent con- great railroad tunnel isto pierce the cart dition The students number three of the great continental divide the cart id and as the ti s are all ready hundred and twentv six Of these M6 of the Rocky Mountains in the State of it will require but a few weeks to comare from Kentucky the remainder from Colorado and a Lmisville firm gets the plete to Irvine EogU twenty four Other States territories and contract which amounts to over 1000- Kr Nomiaatrd foreign countries OOn Gear James P Ragle wu re nominated There are seventy eight scholarship The tunnel is to be on the line of the lo the IVnrc fir ioeniorif Arkansas formed by the payment of 1000 each Colorado Midland railroad which maa cratic convention held at Little Rock There are live pifcs orshiis formed by from Colorado Springs to Aspen 900 miles Tuesday together with a full State ticket the donation of S00tW each Three Ic and another branch is under construction v Magics coutinutKl aaeaaai and in- - tureship- - of Mg000 aaalfejOOOand 15000 from Aapen to Salt Like City The tun ising popularity are apret iatcl by The new endowment fund consist- - of nle will shorten the distance betureea As his friends hen who attribute them 100000 The apparatus fund has been and Colorado Springs seven miles very naturally OB the fact that he increased 8U00 within the year Ten jKii Now trains cross the mountains by a cirwas fortunate enough to secure a cliariu prizes gold medals are to be awarded cuitous route even then going through a ing Kentucky woman for his wife the next commencement the donations of LiKK foot tunnel near the top of the mplished Mis- - Mary Oldhaui of frienls The Preparatory Department and wanted a The company mountains Madison Siiiiiinnl Jaavaaat and gvmna ium added within hist year shorter route and the Chief Faigineer B prove great attractions The iHpartmcnt 11 Bryant located the new tunnel P mis rortanale donated a large num- and specifications were made out and of Mr Joe at Washington baa Mr Slasher is a ber of valuable I ooks The Cniversity has were advertised lor cutting a tunnel vdOU B The 1ineville Beaasc this county theologically feet long to be the third longest tunntl in V I Slusher has the b st library in the State Messenger say- considered the United States being nearly two miles niincriil his pochet hook which he With forty acres of beautiful grounds in length a diliAfter lost at the Basset last we ek eight buildings its large endow ment fund There were twenty live bidders from gent inquiry he succeeded in locating excellent eorpa of instructors and in- every section of the country and last the missing njKrty in the liauds of a nunitier of students the friends week the contest Borrowed down to certain disreputable negro wbowasprc--aile- d creasing of the Cniversity are greatly encouraged live Messrs Shanahan iV Co of this city ujxin to give it Up without trouble and delighted being among the number These ive The Ixiok contaimtl 71 in all The bidders were told to come to Chicigo Ml Dead when thief had made way with SJ but Mrs icorgc T McRoUrts Jr fell where a consultation wa- - held and Tues found out replaced the luwsing amount There wa- - Sil in Bae lHjk which the deail at her home Tanadar evening it is day Messrs shanahan iV Co received a supposed of heart disease She wa- - sit- telegram notifiying them of the fact that fellow ha not ting with her two months old baby in the contract was awarded to them as Tula Sarprwaa her lap chatting pleasantly with some they were the lowest bidders We encountertxl two agreeable surpris- Â¬ girls when she saw Mr Bubetta drive up A Courier Journal reporter called to see Yes es last week He said The traveling correspond to go Mr Shanahan last night to the gate Telling a negro ent of the Iexington Press wrote us up and got up to meet her hus- we have been awarded the contract i nd oien it she M in great style without our knowledge band but after taking a step or two she we will begin work at once Mr C iuild of the Then our clever neighbor the Register fell to the floor with the child and by Shanahan and Mr J W finding that we weie too modest to copy the time he got to her she was gasping linn leave to night for New York to ay the article from the Press cxpietl it into its her last She had net been complaining the naachinery which will consist of two own columns The circulation of The and her sudden death was a terrible duplicate plants composed of air a m- Climax wa- - not placed as high as the shock to her husband and relatives pressors drills engines boilers and elecfacts warrant but that is a small matter Mrs McRoberts was a daughter of the tric light plants They will cost about and we return our unbounded thanks to late rphraim Smith f Garrard who it 50000 and will lie shipied to the scene jwers for their generosity and the will he remembered was found dead in of operations as soon as possible I tan next time we ojHn an original paehaajl ImnI having been called as suddenly as not give the exact figures but you can will be a little over cat a dogwsl tns- - they shall be prencut his daughter The old gentleman lUaaed say that the contract family of children nearly all of a million dollars It will be completed a large Sloav Fark We will start to whom survive him Mr Weed T Smith in about two years of this Nlr J L Siwer- - the merchant Mrs work at each end and will work toward of them ford being one place was in Richmond on Saturday and We may sink shafts but ii is McRol erts maiden name was Mattie the center nad a large quantity of posters print probable that the tunnel will be ihe had been married alsiut four must The tunnel is to Tiik Climax office They make the Her first child died her last was bored straight through He pie think another circus is coming Ivanboc alter the sta- Â¬ be called Buek in her anm when she fell but fortunate propoaaa to sell goods cheaier than any n either side ly was not hurt The funeral occurred aa earth About 200 men will e employed and Wednesday aftcr at her late resilience lumber will le used in Stony Fork is on L and la about twenty four hours The scen of the work a half miles aliore m health she appeared in Â¬ k and four by river below the It N consigned to the earth ery then- is grand the iinest in the counbody was I x B bridge at I have been over all the ground The It is a pr- - her in the midst of life W are in try Everybody Truly ductive country but rough lix ation is JS miles west of Dcnv death here i 145 miles west of Colorado Springs for Congress and v a prominent citi- ju I irnam for Delegate to the Const Mr Chapman Coleman Secretary of the unty ticket a vention but u American Legation at Berlin and Miss at his Â¬ ned and leaves Jennie Hendrick of Frankfort were marfine catches ng is good and aonie Wednesday ried a wife and one son hare of late been made son-in-la- w Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i 1 earlier bird in the county JasVre Morton is holding a 8jecial term st Irvine this WMa for the trial of Hal krell for killing Amirine The Ever Preseut tiflhscmane In toamyi Cuhas is pahlkfaed a of merit as well as length entitled joni Fvery Greea began on Monday the circulation of a paper to secure sub- s riptions for an ice factory in Richmond t going to press last evening he had gotten fifteen thousand dollara Then- wems to lie no doubt about the success of the undertaking Our most solid Richmen have subscribed iiliendly mond badly needs lietter ice facilities Put your name- - low n for a reasonably lileral amount and let the work pro Â¬ ceed at once The factory can be put in operation by the middle of Augu t or September 1st and help us through two mouths of warm weather S Â¬ i Ptot II lth - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i- Â¬ Â¬ it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1 Â¬ The CoanaeieemeHt List week Berea College the week before Central rniversity and the week before that KUiott Institute ami Madi- son Female Institute For three weeks the people of Madison county had suc- cessivc davs of bacealitreate sermons orations essays lectures medals certificates diplomas programs llowcrs youth high hojx s and the beauty numberleaa other requisites of the school closing season From all over the land comes word of similar scenes June is pre eminently the month for commencements Its balmy air and abundance of flowers peculiarly lit it for such occasions Rut the closing exercises of schools and colleges have a significance indicated in the word commencement which few Of the graduates fully appreciate at the time It is for them the commencement of a new ieriod in their lives that of active work in a very busy world where the competition is much sharper than any they have ever experienced during the school days and in which they will be largely thrown uion their own resources without the aid of guides or teachers Commencement means for the most graduates at the same time simply a release from school drudgery They are in the belief that hereafter they are to be their own masters to do that which pleases them and not to Ik bound down to Bet tasks They have yet to learn that power and authority go hand in hand with responsibility and that in the world of work there are various invisible task masters more inexorable than the sternest teacher They may be consid ered fortunate il the discipline of their school has accustomed them to habits of order aroused their ambition and devel oped an industrious disposition besides giving them of the groundwork knowledge for BpOU these inspirations and habits more than upon the amount of lmok learning they may have acquir e depend their future success They do not cease to be pupils but they com mence their studies in a new school the school of experience which permita of no trickery or evasions and in w hicfa examinations are held daily Totboaewho can look back BpOU many commence ments the sight of the radiant faces of the graduate coining up year after year to receive their honor and their diploma is one of great toy and gladness yet it brings with it some sad r fhl tinaa for happy young people are about to pass away from the fostering care of teachers and parents and be thrown upon their own resources It is the aim of education to tit them for their new career but the task at beat is imperfectly done There are some things no man or woman is content to learn from the lips of another experience is their only In the little world in which teacher they have heretofore moved they seemed t have mastered everything nothing Their whole remains to lc unlearned duty now seems to Ik- to go out and instruct their fellow men To wljatarudc awakening they come when the closing exercises of their school have given way As to the real commencement they begin to associate with those whom school days ha ve long beea over they find that they have yet very much to learn that in fart instead of having completed their education they have simply Wen prepared to receive it School ami college have done good work if even this much has been accomplish ed yet it would be unreasonable to ask proud and ambitious graduates to believe it on the day given over to their glorification Each class can in after years look upon its sunessiirs with kindly sympathy as the newcomers paaa ujion the stage proud of their honors confi dent that they have reached the summit of human knowledge impatient to be freed from restraint and allowed to direct their own course in life As their elders look uion them pleasant memo- Â¬ ries are awakened of their own com-Â¬ day with its capacities for mencement youthful enjoyments its high hopes and All these have its confident ambitions been rudely shaken in succeeding years but some of the hopes and ambitions may have Ikcii realized after much labor and if the heart has been kept young commencement day for new generations is still a period of enjoyment for no man can look without sympathy hiwjii the intelligent faces of the young men and women who have conquered their school tisks and for the time being stand before their friends as victors It is useless to tell them that they have only begun it well and have laid the foundation sure upon which success in life may be built It is for this they are to lc congratulated when they reach what is figuratively but rightly known as the commence Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ puatory department of Central Cniver- Â¬ EVERY SOI h HATH ITS JETHSEMANr sity is home fur the summer The Pro BY tTIUi MHMURRS haeor is looking a little thin as though Through the gate way of St Stephens he might have bean doing some work As the rcvlers left their feast during the past session JXiaaitTi Trough the porta U of Jerusalem - Cftt Miss Nannettc Ctookm Mr V H Adair and sister Miss Adair of Carlisle- - Mrs G W Willis Mrs G W Piekda ktiw Lila Chenault Miss Mamie Baldwin Mr T II Unaaton Dr 8 If Letcher Dr L H Rlanton Mrs French Tipton and sis- Â¬ ter Miss Susie Stuart of Winchester Quaint old city of the EMC wny While the gathrn rows Kcaches oon the ruggi ifffafffcKag Whcrc the KcJrmi Iom Pa scs down the du ity were among those who attended the Oil more concert at Woodland Park Saturday Flows between the jagged bowlders That look down in pride and scurn over and above them He who kin of kiry was born bink the sun m ill hi- - ffc iy Behind the crest of Olivtt Christ has reached the MOtfl garden Where the chosen twclvt are met THIN COLUMN Mr Counts is one of the census enuHis merators of Montgomery county name no doubt suggested the appoint ment If a strawlicrrv grows on a straw does a gooseberry grow on a gOOBR and a hackberry on a hack and a raspberry on a rasp Mr Surface was the last man to register at the Olvnuon Saturday night That was one time the surface was not an top being at the loot of the list TheCiimvx is in receipt of an enor- Â¬ mous tooth which the donor informs us We naturally was found in a branch conclude that it caiue from the mouth of the branch Here is the picture of a man taken a moment after a he had entered tin umax tfCJr office and asked the serious question is this hot enough Sic semper tyian- for you nis shouted the lady Gat the ice Rill to the boy as he ran down fairs noon Aa the appearance of the ice wagon the family had not paid the ice man for some time and as he mistook the words of the lady he was found making out a long ice bill when the boy reached the wagon Dykes doesnt allow any fties to collect on him The Illinois State prohibition party platform endorses woman suffrage free coinage of silver retirement of national bank circulation election of Benatoraby the people the Australian ballot system Sabbath law governservice pension ment control of railways and telegraph lines and a few other things in fact almost everything except prohibition -Â¬ There he lirgers gives them counsel Siyin Wait and pray fur me Then with wearied step awl Neath the hade of the olive tree Wi c rustlm leaves lake up his prayer Wafting it upward straight ti Hciven finding an echo in the Pit ing him to whom such woe is jivcn Ir the dusky gloomy twilight weird and strange While the glimmering strirs above hnn Wliere the ill millions rnge Gleam afar the misty shades through Seem tu him as eyes of love ill his awful vrrow See his aagnisfa from above Mid the shadows f Aia the murmuring winds caressing vTaaiipCI but one word to htm Betrayal sighing winds repeal it Betrayal oer and rei from the walls rever Sirae Th rough the grasses tall rnd leave deep m the aching heart that Knowing ail can scarce believe the fainting figure slowly And th haloed head bows lw t cry despairing rise- From the inmo it dentin off Oh the anguish m his heart 1 he pleading prayer sent up DroOffM Demorest fur July say o Look Funny Well I sh at Ihe one in short lace skirt to the kne s rubber boots bare arms an immense mufl What is it straw hat and a lciU Moilcrn Columbus in Win that is the burlesque of that name given by a dramatic club ot the celebrated Seventh Regiment ot New York anj these illus trations and the account of it are as you see in Demorests Family Maguine for The picJuly which has jut arrived tures of the tuotcrs of the Seventh arrayed in femimn j tojjery are about the funniest that base appeared in any magi ine for a onj time Thai number also contains a beautifully illustrated article on the interior i t Vice President Mortons houe which is full of suuctioiis for modern house furnishing The article Stanleys Rescue ol Euain and profusely illustrated is also of great interest at this time and The Pouaa Boat in American will give a hint to many who Waters wonder ing how to spend the summer In act the whole Magizine from the hand some Water in the front to the Spice Box is artistically and handsomely exe cuted It is wonderful how Dcaaorckta Family Miiiie has come tj the front in the past Mrw year and now stands in the forward rank of great alagaahaea Indeed there is no other Magazine that m acceptably calcis tu every member of the family Published by W Jenningi Demorcst 15 Fast 14th St New York it jiI Jessamine County Fair FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BE Go 90 mn stasia Ave HELL AT Nicholasville Ky Aug 13 THE FOLLOWING PURSES WILL FIllST r 14 15 - BE COMPETED FOR T DAY OiH of the best full mrie track in Kentucky id live per - ulils ami under itrotllnx- - Piirs SECOND DAY -- i turse JUO lo si a M rm Hum Purse Purse THIRD DAY Bfl ike nn follows rutitl and li p The rules mtirirr i orut additional to le divided as i i per cent to Any ill inalH Â¬ Â¬ olds itf tin Purse W GKU B TWi I r ID K Stray Djr A white and black fox hound fire Steve Walkers in Garrard county information gladly received Â¬ Any Auction Sale OF 12 I M Tfrrill rA 4 O my Father 1is So from me thy will this bitter cup be if I -- through eternal ages By other lips that self same prayer Has told of nrtiing hearts am anguish Anguish mingled with despair When imprinted on the cheek The burning kiss a Judas gives Betrays the love that fain would save him Love that eternally would live Bending low m shadowed silence Deep in the souls GetJuenaanc A crouching form that speaks of sorrow Humbly pleads on bended knee Invoking mercy from above tile in the hcrt all tor and bleeding Hope - low ly dying Out Can He He who is ever heeding eat Ratice t ninrrs Under the rules of the Company all pipe put in buildings must be of standard sizes and tested in the presence of the Superintendent or Foreman of the Com- w ill be pany before turned on or the meter set Consumers are re their own protection not to pay b gas fitting unless accompanied bv a cerWith the aid of a vei v fine magnifying tificate from the jas Company showing lIin you can ecc inicrolw the inject that this rule has beea complied with t which caawca cholera and with Gamers The testing is witnessed by the and the certificate furnished on a niaic chicken cholera cure the microbe is tion without ch destroyed instantly bold by Stockton A E COARDMAN Brooks President Si A CaaJaaiaa of TermsThe most delicate constitution can Dr BegOkh anxiously Not the im safely use Dr J 11 McLeans Tar Wine provemcit I expected Mrs Brindle Lang Balm it is a saire remedy for What have you been giving the patient to coughs loss of voice and all throat and DESIRABLE LOTS AT te NICHOLASVILLE KENTUCKY pub-li-he- In the new Addition to the City known a- On Tuesday S July 8 1890 Commencing at beau- m ot I V m M Nicholasviiie h a two railroads laid it o - and dales lawns - 2- - - avenues a dition may wooded parks a of clear water and an ar when coinple adapt ry be admirably pi 1 r lor turnishi J 1 1 Â¬ Peril Kew An Italian in the railroad camp near town was thought to be craay one day last week He was reclining on the grass in a shade and kept slashing his hands and feet around and shouting Finally OCal boot lxxit damme hghan discovered that the Hies were an noying the fellow and he was attempting to aay shoo but had got his ideas and words a little mixed not living able to speak English but slightly Composed for the Thin Column by a formerlv of Madison i fierce mountaineer county Dedicated to two blue grass young ladies upon their trip to the mountains of Kentucky during the summer of 1KW Tm miitlens fair uith dark brown hair Â¬ Â¬ row s of his earthly ch dren Will be crush with tonne great bnet The germ of love whose tiny Upturn their face unto their Though hot suns scoreh the drooping petals Such mercy as his can never The dews of nght will surely save it Sent refreshing from on high Mrs Brindle Monday he had fried liver and onions and yesterday I gave him some corned beef and cabbage Did I not Or Begosh Horrors warn you against rich food Mrs Brindle Why doctor thats the cheapest stuff I could buy in the market Li itixlotts MaGAXIMB for July baagdasca 1 13 Hamlktrrhirfs Elegant line of ladies handkercha v Irmston Cbookb 40- 1 very low n lebtcdnesa louse Rents are high and it As ihe herb that must be crushed Kre the odor sweet known So oft times the heart h Some bitter anguish- - ami alone Has v resnled with sosne awful grief That known to none vc Scents rudely tearing from the heart AM l houghts of Heaven hope and love The nching heart will perish ting star of fine It came from God in Heaven Came front its home of light N t bare hot clothed sublimely Tr tiling fleecy cloud of glory That through the deep celestial night Radiantly brighten lifes dark lory Thou eternal God of Mystery W Mrs Elizabeth V Ceapney who is now in London and recently had the pleasure of attending a reception at the Court of St James will contribute to the next number of Harpers Ba ir a sketch entitled Caught in the Whirlpool An experience during the London Season An article by Helen Jay entitled The Middle aged Woman will appear in the same nun National aauucxafiaa at St Paul Half Faro Frursijn Rates The rate to the Annual Meeting to be held at S Paul July ith to July Ith 1S1J inclusive from all points on the Pacific Chicago Rock Iiand Rv both eat and weal of the Missouri river and Albert Lea Route will he One Lowest First Class Fare the Round Trip 2 fjr membership fee good for re plus turn passage with stopover privileges want to bux a Sulky Surrey or Carriage call on Donelsonfor he ma he has the latest best and chea St DAY JUL - the blood Life 01 ma The Terms of thereof1 pure blood means healthy func- balance in one and tional activity and this bears with it the cent inter Bv order certainty of juick restoration from sick and In any r accident Dr J H Mcleans J S BRONAHII Strengthening Cordial and Blood PuriEB fier gives pure rich blood and vitalizes rengthens the whole body 100 per bottle 13 011 Â¬ Ir Sle tract I 1 1 MADISON I I Ie 45- E cream Dont soda water at Z T RICE iCOS Monumental Works RICHMOND KY fcajeaan Aprwa taaasi fail to see our Bordered Apron sl na ti Goods o- - Crook Uesnftt ft UaatsToar Â¬ no sfmirth s me aw ful d Ain when with d Will hie away to the mountain sis And will the many gaino piiy Unto the crcatuics of thy earth Best beloved and to Through trials and affliction drear Hw sbowo their mighty power and will ing truth is always theirs Almighty thouit protect thank still round th The brightest rays obscure So m the gardens of th The anguish we endure Is but I cloud oft times M blilt No faintest ray glory hidden behind that cloud Tear ff the mantle and bem The eternal love of God On the altars of our K The charred embers of the heart We place with awe ami So torn by the cruel dart The souls faint fire burns slowly lib grow dim and dark Gethl vague and misty While shadows II iver lightly oer the dying park Slowly ilowly fades it out remain While a gentle loving leypher Wafting high the immortal fl line Sets at Iist a star rnong millions Guiding light of fraiii Is a mortals bitter anguish In his souls Gelhscmanc ds that gather Lile will aonuire new zest and fulness return if you will impel vour liver and kidrtej s to the perforaaawce of their functions Dr J H McLeans LivI ihn will stimulate them er and Kiili1 00 per BOttl to Ik 1 1 Soon their fame at many gMMM Will spread to the Mtffbboriag lowm Men will stare at their dark brown hair Their pisyiag and thnr gown Many will admire and likewise aspire To court and marry these t Their beauty is grand but we understand To admire is all we can do Hut when youth is gone theyll still live on And still will be renowned As the small boys say just Thirty Fight And the same their nnk name in town after July nth to Sept BD 1S90 Special Chair vestibuled trains of elegant Pullman Sleepers and D Cars beyoncl St Low excursion rateCars Paul to al of interet and pleasure seekers Teachers an other who travel ia the Rock 1 land and Albert Lea routes will enjoy a splendid trip Fur ticki at the least possible cost further informatiosi apply to any Kock Island represents re or address John Sebastian Oen Tkt an Pass Agent at Chicago it x 1 Ilis thread and silk Ladies and Mi 41 Bar h rBBBB 7 aBBaa SA v - Crock tin- - tt Is V LRMs DKI NKKNMSS Lltll UK II AIM T NurM then- - is hut tint fur Dr laiaw MaHea Sacrilc i all without 11 it can tin- - enVcttns u -Will I1HT I III pTIllr kii eup of of tin t iiil j mlRo Uikiug ure Every--Charactand grade er CORRESPONDENCE DOTLES II II Born to the wife of Joe Nofamd May li a Ixiv Tobacco growers are about through planting tobacco A Waldcn is building a new resi Â¬ dence on lot bought of Hiram bit Mr Powhattna Shearer an oh citizen of this place continues to grow worse Mr Bicba Wells has a bay mare that is thirty years old has raised twenty one colts ami spent three years in the Confed Â¬ erate army and luniks well now Mrs George Thomas just across the river on Clark side died last Monday of It will be remembered Hydrophobia that Mrs Thomas was bitten by a mad dog near two months ago She leaves a husband and several children 1 SIKKOWKIL Â¬ ment Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ly Â¬ 1 Â¬ tth Â¬ - - J Harry Hendren of Central Cniversity is at home for the summer aeaaOat PERSONAL There are plenty of Bed Clubs but Miss Alma Weckoner Nfemedoa Fri- Â¬ very few Ikcvcs in this neighborhood day from a trij to f C TJBgiinM Mr AV J Todd had two horses killed Mrs T J ifiitry of Ftill comity is by lightning near here Friday the 11th visiting Iht ztn Mr K L iVntry The Haw Bafi Club is flourishing A Parrish of the Lily Mining professional pame every Saturday even Mr AV ing Oct is fcanMMg his old friends hen Hisles Church is to Ik1 decorated the of Mason county was Senator Kratt fifth Sunday in June Dinner on the registered at the Glyadoa on Monday Let e very I km ly come and have a Mrs C E Tipton nad twins of Luaag- - ground good time ton arc visiting in and near Richmond MiaaLaWCB Henderson who has been Misses Nannie and Lillie BoggtlMl visiting in this neighbofhood lot some Monday to visit relatives in Middles time has returned to her home Middle boFDfh and Ixndon town Ohio Messrs L H Itajzland and Harris Rag land of Lexington are visiting their unBEKKA cle Plot J Ii Harris Henry Wootl is quite Kick with typhoid Mrs Kate Tannon and Granddaughfever ter Miss Katy of Dallas Texas are visitA little son has eoaaa to tjanVira the ing Mrs Win Martin this place home ol Dr and Mrs Lusk Mrs J K Ahrahams of Frankfort for Msaa Alaah Dole has been spending a luerley Miss Cattle McHiuire of IVatty few weeks with her sister Mrs J D ville visited Mrs N B Deatheme last Bpcer week Smieoi the teachers haveplanneda trip Miss Minva Phelps returned on Saturday from AVellesley w here she received to Maniinoth cave and leave for that place unexpected honors and will return in on Monday James VanAVinkle has beaajfaft a lot on Heptember Major Win GoOtBoc is in Madison Main street near the cemetery and has county spending a few days with his the foundation laid for a new dwelling house hrother Judjre John I Goodloe Dm ritit Advocate Mr George Ames has improvad his The ieonretown Times deserihing the premises by placing on tle front a lonj commencement hop mentions Missllella stretch of new woven wire fence jliirher Kichmond hlack silk blue fishThe family of Martin Ikiker are all sn k net overdress with measles The youngest child diinl on Friday All the others are doiag well Mr DJ Mitchell representing Ford EatoaOo f Vfhoicaate gtoceia Cincin- Â¬ The Commencemeirt seasivn passed off nati spent several flays in the city last with the usual variety ami excellence of week among business men Pwn Be exercises The rain on luineiuetneiit MtmnkQi r day ivdnced the crowd Inr that day very The students exercises in Mr Mat Edwardsof Beattyville former- materially Wwuld tfiBfatnta Wishes ly of this county is in Richmond lie is the forenoon were very creditable ami Old Gentleman from head 01 the stairs the Democratic candidate for Count y the address in the afternoon delivered by at a late hour Clara I think you and He is a good man ami we Ber Washington Gardner of All ion Attorney that young man have talked enough for Mich is rarely excelled by platform hope he will le elected one evening JAxinjrton PtM speakers Mr liiddle of the All right pa We wont say Clara On Monday night tle IA Rev ItcNair Avas in Richmond last week and wrote say another wordLirrivcorrs Mag Ib of Louisville delivered a lecture on Ulti AzNfor July m the town and county generally it mate Manhood which was a lecture of is a live manif he did leave Expostmaster The Superintendent ot the Census by order anil was listened to by an ap- Â¬ Taylor Hit of the list of prominent Re high On Tuesday night request of the Courier lournal instructed preciative audience publicans Supervisor Spencer to give out the total following Pre C L Loon of Lexington Supervisor oi the Prof F Chrisman held the audience in his meat Oily and population of Louisvilit in round num hoys at D and D Institute Danville inimitable manner on America in En bers Col Spencc puts it at iSoooo came up yesterday in company with rope Both lectures were listened to Wanted local and traveling salesmen Prof Morris Long formerly of this counwith profound intei Apply for to sell Lubricating Oils two will spend several days ty and the Martha B Phillips died in rar terms to The Dieterichs Oil Co Clcve hereab mts 23 land Ohio Prof R PulUam Principal of the pre- - rard county after a lingering tUnei Â¬ Â¬ of life Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The people of BarbourvUle are much sulls rrn MONUMENT COLOSSAL mid nil worked up over the tact that the Bar Address in cinili 17 11 bourville Land and Improvement Compa isi Kace t Ciueiunsl ny in drilling an artisian well has struck The quality of the blood depends OR M oil at a depth ol 6lO fret in oil bearing much upon the good or bad digestion and white Fandstonc assimilation to make the blood rich in Our prices compete with New house on Hinsdale life and strength gi FOR RENT jning Cor Dr I II McLean- - Avenue 6 room- - good cellar cistern itier it will m Native Marble Imported - dial and walks Nc See WicGia the properties of the blood from which The decision of the Court of Appeals thee Call ty aredrawa 100 and IRAN holding the Henderson Uridge Company per bottle 2 REUGIOl liable for municipal taxes will give the The meeting conducted by Oder John citv treasury of Henderson 75000 back Adrlrr to Inthrrs I Rngeraat 0ril Hill Ikwed with 23 ad-Â¬ tixs and air annual income of 5000 ii He commenced aaother aaect from the company ditions bright quiet il e ass It iag at ML Zkm chnrch iuir rJiaevQle liJ allpnin aana Wall raacta Glasgow 1 ii remedy rwii a fca aai Largest and cheapest line of Wall PaÂ¬ Father ONeal was here Taaaday colo there lecting np the siilisrriitiun made tn baihl pers irr town 65 the new Catholic church VtV an glad 40- - Cbookb Bennett U Ckmston to know that the Catholics hare bow bc NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Accordmt to the census returns the excured sufficient money to complete tlnir act population of New York City is church ami vurk will begia as snn as 627227 Cincinnati figures are incom the contracts can be let IVrartiBn Stm plete but estimates place the population of unclaimed in the Post Office that city at 300000 and ot Hamilton Remaining at Richmond Ky week ending June 24 MATRIMONIAL AT Philadelphias figures iSo county at 400000 f Lotriaville are 1040440 while Boston claims only Miss Soaa Hiirhirswin McGueen Nathan Baker Lewis ami a geutleUBan from Montana will In 4 Blackman Otis 2 Martin Mary Jane Merty A F married at aa early day Blih Sarah Take one of Dr J H McLeans Lit- Bogie Lizzie ONeal Jos tle Liver and Kidney Iellets at night beD1E1 Burnsides Francis Parks Clarcnder Powell Callie Burnam Alice fore iou go to bed and you will be sur Rice Mary J Miss Mattie Parriab dud in Richmond prised how buoyant and vigorous you will Dawson Mary Reeves Capitola Embry Balardice Ky at 4 oclock on Sunday morning feel the next day Only 25 cents s vial Rodgers Callie Embrv Florence June 22nd 1880 after a long aad painful Ritcher Mhne 3- Embry Mariah illness she had aof spoken a word for Rapsi Andrea Bates Belle Sullivan Jarres Cashmere Ombre Evans Iucv three months and had been in lied for MA Sullivan M A six miinths Her disease was probably We have the novelty of the season in Fouester Henry Tevis Manerva Farlev not known The funeral took place at cashmere ombres Todd W N Gibson J M ugh Elsewhere the residence of lier parents s and Mary 40-- Crooke Bennett Urmstox Turner Charlie Golden Charlev -A Walker S T Henderson Levi Parriab oa Second street at 40 Try Z T Rice Cos Ice cream Henderson Harriss Walker John oclock Monday afternoon and her burial bought Deathman Lizzie White Mary 4S- in the cemetery Rev C P Williamson soda HAVING GOODS out the PALACE Harney Lizzie L William June STORE on First ullieia n Seigh Covcills and colds come uninvited but Irvine Lizzie Street No 9 we offer AT COST for Yantis Harvey THIRTY DAVS the ENTIRE STOCK you can quickly get rid ol these with a James Jo eph DELIUHTED Mile Gratschan Gra- - We know we can ma- ur interest tew doses of Dr J H McLeans Tar Lew is Geo can We Lichfield Sallie to call before purchasing elsewhere The peasant effect and the perfect safety 1 13 Wine Lung Balm Ruttade Deata Gio verv kinJv Lietcr Susie il be with which ladies may use the liquid fruit vanna glad to show you our gooMcKeehan Jim laxative Syrup of Figs under al condiKid U lores Post OtTice hours from 6 a m to 7 p m nothing to look at them and you ca It is it their favorite remedy tions make Best make of Ladies and Misses Krd Monev order and registered letter hours for yourself better than any outsider can tell vou We have a large stock of DRY pleasing lo the eye and to the taste gen- Gloves ever ii town Every pair guaran- prompt 7 a m to f p m GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING tle yet effectual in acting on the kidneys teed J B WILLIS p i Crooke Bennett Urmston SHOES and many other gxxls about liver and bowels 4- which we have not time to teil you in this w I Dssslss Sh But what we A Mr Benjamin Newgass of London irt have we are going to cll cheap and Blrnam 6i lliMK are agents for first PATPPTAaT warmer aa evrrr pair week s advertisement vAU llUIs hn Kimimc mtd prirr Mumpeii aa kattam English class insurance companies Try them presumably representing an io for Dont von 33-- 3has presented a proposition Syndicate get it drop in at the Ia a We Street and we will to the Louisiana Legislature offering The damp and decaying vegetation of can bousjht these goods 1250000 annually for the exc usive priv- regions newly cleared of timber exposed be bought lor anywhere e ilege of conducting a lottery in that State to the rays ol the sun is sure to breed sell them low e Beans malaria Or J II McLeans Chills and Minn to tkach Fever Cure by mild and gentle action RAMSEY As Friday the 4th day of July is a legal will radically cure 50 cents a bottle and guaranteed 13- holiday the examination of white applifor Teachers Certificates will becants Doneison Iras a quantity ot new Sulheld on Saturday July 5th kies Snrriea and Buggies of the newest A T Million Courty Supt it and most popular pattern and at very 5- Steam has been turned on at the ice reasonable figui The Oldest anl Strongest American factory and the first ice ever manufacturLace turtaius- Companies ed in Harrodsburg will be placed on the Our Lace Curtain stock is complete Sayings market Thursday HORIH AMERICA Ukmston Â¬ 1 AD FLORA 1 1 1 AT COST 1 LIST OF LETTERS 30 DAYS Â¬ The Palace Fit i mUMB Â¬ Â¬ j FIFE INSURANCE BURNAM HUME Â¬ 40- Crook Â¬ 1iskti i There are many accidents and diseas- Â¬ - es which enact Stock and cause serious inconvenience and loss to the farmer in his work which may be quickly remedied by the use of Lr J II McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniinerrt I IV W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN Fiae Si SLKINl FIELD sONNKiTIi TT tAGABA The exrellenea and wearing qaaUHea of tha cannot be better shown than or the etnas end m iL r Bi r f CO - talf aaa Iaeca Waieraraof Grata Â¬ Fresh bread always on hand 2 T RICE 45- - Si CO Â¬ j Ice crkam furnished in quantities for families and parties at greatly reduced Z T RICE CO rates 45- suffering with weak or in or granulated eyelids you darned eyes can be quickly cured by using Dr J H Ken ine H11 -- aaaa X fine calf shoe d Wclr s4and dorabUrtv for strle tOJIQ I Writ h tim anaaasa ar- bhoe ct a popular price O nri Saae especially Poll emu SOSO fur rsilroad men farmerm ate O All madam congress nana aaa Lace I a MK lllll hae tha tarsal and S2 SHOES S3heon mo fSTorahlT reeelreJ anca tnsmdaca taaperreeaaaacs Lls ROCK BOTTOM RATES anf Dont forget our olllce M at lbs Farmers National Bnk BURNAM k HUME NB To Mil If you are Â¬ s seam to any Ask toot Dealer and If be cannot aman yea direct to factory endoatnc advertised price or a postal fa order blanks DOlCiLAS Brsckus M McLeans Sir cents a box Eye Slave Sold by Jock Freernon and FIFTY FIRST CONGRESa UMMOH A UU was Introduce Mr Daniel a sUvcr Mr AUUoa jo tht Another Jim ic SES a was granted utl trust bill ral Banks B aanimM tM followed A Maura Ve tm Him I a exeeie 1 Jour t iu mum ocmrrcd participated is by Her aad Ednmnds No reached ab ui a rule Attcr saeiua the Senate at p m li Two aiMtertiatu report on public pre tented Tbe sundr cri oanaMered iu Con appropnati m bil Jc He srs B N Morrill of Kan- of lue I o Pennsylvania were a ar JMMlMa1 cemher of the Board of Managers Baa - On motion ol Wil uo an amendment was offered and lo make a specific appropriation for A clause relating to ooanty was re 11 m ndjouractf at m Li t aenU to tl first w v Vamuv - IT 1111 t Skn was voted an t the provision that the of r in afl- - ued for agreed was on the n tw Bmm mmmm foi mmmmmmh na ibe price was II of pure silver It was rain -- ynaa nanw Mr l 4a H following amend ottered Plumb naeas In 1k u of the tjrst section of the lions jiayuunt of all 4 The meodaaeat to strike out r ti i ii t It l of value dollar and the same may he or cf ar tls suid coins latatatsanrd 1 1 t Goorf e had been onjrajrcd in a difficulty VACATION and Skajrgs was trying to club the old vacation man Warren When leorp e interfered rre been having a little can tell wife better than I Colonel Skanr8 turned hU attention and And attwas farm with the old home life Up the club to Georgia In an instant he was Erewi ie city to dwell weaken and abandon the fipht Aud Just as I loft it was evory thing there He walked a ft v Ml at down and r aud mother and all wae a dead man in five ni vites having Tlic hiKs were ur green and tho skies were as fair reeriva d ten cuts Obm in Ino icirt And the trees were just as tail Jajom Kkixc feh a movinfr Saw at Fariuersi Kouan County and And fatacr was getting In hay you know And he wanM ltic to loa was fatally iaJaroL the coner Twssthat moms and herd grass so heavy At UudmgUm Acting irrr w d Bole Btllwil la to four years in sontence In the mommSI across the road the penitentiary for killing John Mc And those fractious old oxen were Jast tho Carthy sam mm baa introduced LTOH li Mil l t5e MSI MUM tis Mar - t-they camo a bill to iay Bona Vertm help r of the great eclipse Lmb her for 55 This uni injury and uaniajre to her residence at Wh n the lonr Mag tvautiful day was oer while it araa orcujiied as the And the lowing cows MM h tber Ttcod there at the open door the V S army from ADd slie called lo the children to come ar IfjEXKT ClAT ML died at lils resi- For supper was rcnly si on and all We tumbled and lin el with Bourboa t call ty on the MHk lie the ather of In our haste aaawcr Why a aitter with rue of lati- - and bad And the old wife hawed oer the old mans d birthday on passed his nit the 4th of the pre ent month He was And rmoothed down hi hair I Bouruona wealthiest fanners And her Mas and a ar were oi ar sho saldi Youve been having u nan ia your chair owmiac lev n hundred acres of blue Tooths Companion nd and wus a brother of the blue 11 land kit lay who died three years ao tearing an FULFILLED ITS MISSION d acres of land in that section e is a big land slide on the Ken Miss Smiths Articlo Win3 a Prizo tucky 10 river about five in a Peculiar Maiinor 1 Â¬ 1- a Norwegian brig she rai afoul of an iceberg and again ho wis out In a boat this time he was hauled in by an En- Â¬ glish sailing vessel which took him and In tho a few other to Monti video hurry skurry of leaving the brig ho and another passenger exchanged coats and trousers and Mr Jlurton found himself in Brazil with no money and no letters of his own He had fast hoard that tho poor fellow who got his cl Jibes died in Italy and is buried under bis name However to go back to himself bo happened to see some American papers soon after his arrival in Montevideo one of which mentioned lie death of a GETTING EVEN How a Wlfo Cured Her Husband of Croktff Out Nights 1 Boots I DEALERS IN- x - u I W IS OLIVER PLOWS - RS CARTER had only been married a short time but her husband had already begun to go Sloes AND Hats Caps BMmmb3mmmI out at nights ca- i i SaK AviPffo onsn - vs t- I One evening sho said to him You aro not going out again to night are you Henry iieits dear Yes my hi FOR T1IE- - mm rfTiJWar ftfTI nd where are ou going ii I may ask Oil 1 BID Summer Season It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our SUMMER We entered the market to sig STOCK nalizc 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 The goods are now in and placed on the shelves We can show you the largest selection of t- Â¬ as ameui pesaed and bill was debated untl D5 rvATC The tariff I harbor 1I11 port on ve appropn and the sai - nutoir im Pending action ta antitrust Boom taken up Bittte 1 Soat apvanvHaHan Ml mm The direr bill as amended In the rted A motion for M vr some action on i ii iiiril and the liouse -- A number mTHmi MM IMMaMrMl wi- - 1 Eulogies r werr Bmmmm be appro i umal Ma- lathe mk Vict - 1 MMMBBB and iually going into the river The ntsof that vicinity are very miih alarmed as the slide is extending Ef made to check it but all expedient have been unavailing A house belonging to FennisTunning is being carried down with the slide and the family wore compelled to move out on ouse is almost wrecked and the slide in some places is fifteen feet deep It started some Jays ago and was noticeable by the large cracks in the and hen it started there was a loud nrtnblin noise A portion of the land is already in the river and is being pushed out into the stream rt of Appeals has Tin Ke decid latis tage A trial to the exact amount of the shortage will be necessary finer Iinkixs the man shot and rounded a few days ago by Owen Ilrad ainer at Lexington ley t raa immediately re-Â¬ arrested and placed under guard as he aid not wi ii ti go to jail or au Arrii at ion 1 i - r K ELEN was s thority Tut Third to K Lixen - Nation- H Iiey- - of NewpM E A iittoe of the Lex- - S i Mr ie proi tempt ported urJ MMMaMM - Adam MiiMi ion one of the oldest rain trouble r o tb Tm ted tiie ether day for Savior Uypson Ma Count red P Hall Hopkinsnty vice - The to the t i - Ii W u M can mm ol ti t i Miss In ia hilled by ligbUaing in a wheat field five miles ti the I face am temple and mhe was burned ibly Tyler Cm an at e former - jied to common K 11 Ollara rial i for di aom legale to j onvention de-- Til for da cial inl i iable tel due ram The rn in 11 - d to 1 an up n of the a killed Â¬ Jo ti at r marry - KUloJ b- - Llshtalug Undsr a Trae rm near Mureiand im Kimbei by At of the found und- liglitning lie lie was tree that Dow i Ui Mountain Sid Mourr am men were killed and live injured A tri lu The Krlionatre Scott Af an ty Pa Dosnocratio county eoiueir inatod Bom W of Erie f ss 00 for lb lids Kennedy Toyed -- Tm boardla t ill id wiii badly burned on of Jubilating Ait was ablaze on the night of the lUi oir the ope the Midland railroad from tliat ii ty to Lainl ridge Ga a distance of 170 miles Could has The Jar Gould Fined M by stn Tm lti rain and poultry rrun with ail y ul Illinois art II Batlinores PopuatlOTi I aaawcring tit juror Mr of Minn Con- - hief of the Census i t nvE lltTii i trorTii has on Tl Bureau tl ion of tr of the a MM MtatM i I riut report on the days and O Wreck A bad accident happened near Childs Md on the fhiladetphla division of tho Ualtimore and Ohio railroad by i M were kill si and several persons A B do not OU Jativx i red at THE COMjION WEALTH Tm law pro and each poataaaa day for V Gr Kentucky Adair Coun r decea sed V loneN Kedash Wbitloy Cosnty vice J M Wilson resigned At Henderson early inorn- iy of ind by the atiit dr tried to leap from a train afl Tin d in the s the Case of J W bucket 1 x 1 1 1 Tfoulil Have to tTat Customer in cheap restaurant r bring me a napkin pi Waiter All in dm t Cap but hap with the heav b fat Q be through ing soup over with his soon Drakes Magazine ool rooms was a opened at 1000 p that place on licenses of IlidDt Unry Him Hbby There aint much fun for a fellow in this world after all is th Tommy Ptoaty of fun bat 1 could never enjoy It if my other wore us big a slipper as yours Drakes Mirsrlaa MAUINC THE rilAlliLEs III Sho - of villi Ixuis ion in ii l xn Oral was a le The bu Tm ection of Clay Did you see the feath- od name b I saw the J M Uy sarcastically Yea of on tho bird Daniel and L M Wilson The council oiectod E M Wilson mayor 1ark V judge and U li 1 of Appea Jac The National falling- going to start a new and I think Ill call it the Urn- ry body who sees Meiritt Why Jac it will take it Shore and Iouis- ad and once Brush people would take it MaiiMat pay for it West fsoclal taiaenab lieaborougn at Ilea from Micaro d to Mrs do At John Fox Warrens place on a miles from creek -- burg Colon by Goorge Warren Skagjrs and u tae father of -- d to Is for her lVi- - lady to whom ho had beer engaged so when a fine poiition was effered him in Rio he had no reason for refusing it Now that ho has amassed a fortune ho comes home to enjoy it and is generous enough to let me make U30 of his ex- Â¬ periences You young ladies aro usually eager novel readers dont you think I can mako a fine serial out of this great Smith The girl bad listened lrtcntly as ho family was concluded sho exclaimed small and strictMr Burton What a romance I ly feminine con have some copy hero whici I think will ig of her lit in with your history widowed mother her widowed sister While speaking sho handed to him and infant daughter a widowed aunt Helen Smiths M S he had hardly and herself glanced at lt when he cried The united incomes of these four She says sho Is an old maid Whoro women hardly sufficed to supply them does this mTm Smith live with the simplest pccenltraaof respect- Â¬ She did not tell mo sho Is to call for able life so it wai their habit t the M S at two oclock cart fully the wanted columns of the Ah thank you Ill meet her here daily press and all the inducements Why of course it was not I who as set forth by weekly or died tho type writer might bavo heard to atrens monthly journals Helen saying about two oclock if sho r of them had struck had not been womanly and discreet py pravel One day Helens eye was enough to rattle her Ben ington very caught by an announcement in a vigorously Dont you rcriemixr Will weekly paper that that my fathers youngest sister and I it would give a prize of ton doll were the same ago and both of us named the spinster who would send it the best Mary Helen It was she whoso obituary article explaining why she had not mar you saw What a fool I wa3 not to have rnado Helen had never written for the press some inquiries exclaimed Mr Burton rsant with wrathily then fore she But Mary dear doesnt our my artifices resorted to by jour old engagement still hold good Ives nrbon she If yon say so saw such prises offered she was f disl he repeated laughing then ilncsro At first tearing Mary Helen Smiths story into vondorinr inch long fragments bo said This who Would be willing to thus blaitot thing which you had written out so abroad ier beart bistory but ten dol carefully has fuluTcd it mission it lars would be I useful shall be consigned to the waste basket Ive mind to try for the prise She Which bus iut what the editor would My story suddenly said to herself have said ha 1 ho ever seen tho M S truly a strange one an 1 a poor Will is But though ho would never have given dead and therefore the ni ital can not Helen I the ten dollars for annoy him an AS I with think we may rest assured her article blessed that she conn nam of Mary Smith siders that it did win a prio Dranc es Mo owe will be banned if I do come out B Wadlcigh in Young Womans Maga- Â¬ My family and friends all but In j rint zine poor Will have always called me by my middle name so that Aunt Mary and POULTRY HOUSE should not be confounded therefore theyll not be apt to suspect that I am It Is a Good One end an Do Ilullt for Sixty InIlirs the wrier The ground plan is 20x20 feet A par- Â¬ Helen was a facile writer but her tition runs lengthwise four feet from chirogTaphy was a terror even to printthe back or north side of tho house tut Â¬ ers she wisely determined to have ting the building 4x into her manuscript copied on a typo writer M feet and 16x30 foot two sections room The larger She wrote is then cut into two apartments each 50 My reasons for beingan old maid xlO foot The partition should be tight are diverse To lxgin with it is doubt for S or 3 foot from the ground to preAunt Eunice has said to vent the cocks fighting and the same me ever since I ief school You are in the yards The house should have a too particular Helen Smith Youll go gable roof Each roof should bavo a thrfiih the woods and then pick up a pitch of I fei t If covcrec with tarred crooked stick at last Now what woman paper and four feet if shingled The wants knowingly to marry a crooked feet long S feet being I dont for one stick Yet how manv round Font lidts have dropped in my path corner are enough The Wallace I can never aills foot fivT the gr heartily his sister spoke one up to which fll in with cobbles at the erening when after repeating to mo bottom then gravel and I tut tilings be bad said Thi will let tho water ru i oil and keep the Boot dry On the 2x4 1 n top of the irt t I t The studs put the plate are boarded with cheap square edged If you wis pino boards leand claplioard put tarred pax r under both as it vii stop all drafts should there any cracks and maki Lrt Tle re is no dan or of making a poultry bouse hi thi slimato X too warm witle il beat The bos S and have two windows face to the south in front and ono In the cast end The bottom of tho windows should rest on tho sill Ono ay be hung on bingos making a door op ning into tho yard or two sashes may work with weights Each opartmeat contains ICO square feet and 7 accommodates 2o fowls Th ro shoull be a small opening cut for tho entrance of the fowls with a slide door YOU TOO PAUT1CLLAK Alll MARY The nests consist of two boxes each 8 SMITH toetloag 14 inches wide and IS inches about me she finished by explaining deep divided into eight parts These Oh Miss Smith I do wish youd marry are placed along tho partition insido brother Bert hes md a fool the sitting room To the edges of tho Tb ree words being sisterly partitions which separate tho nests tack euphemism for confirmed inebriate a clea proj ctlng over half an Inch and But I could not espojse brother Brt the same distance from this toward tho mens secured him before 1 did Then there was David Archer his ir X 20 wife and I were very dear friends and just before her second child was born s rrn-n- -r aha was very bjw spirited and miserable sin sent for me and when 1 I have one earnest arrived she said request to make to you Helen and I w nt you to promise to carry it out 10X16 0M when I dio I want you to take my little Nellie and the coming baby too if it lives and then after a year or so I want yon to marry Dave II a little bit disposed to be wild but with a firm bar ike yours ho will be til right Do premise deir i giving a promise bu I ne u not hare h xk o s mrulou IlAN 0 MCLTBT HOCBK Daves wife still lives divorced from middle of the partition tack another Dave narrow cleat But two like those on One more reason I may mention and this alas a veritable one Once upon a the other edge doing the same to each time 1 was fortunate enough to win the pirtiticn Then cut lido 11x12 inches to slide down lietween the cleats A love and troth of one of natures noblo men our marriage day was set and board six inches vido is nailed to each while I was proparing my troutwau my side of the boxes on which tho slides poor Will was sent to Lyons by his em- Â¬ rest leaving an opening 11x12 inches ployers to mako largo purchases of vel- Â¬ on each sido of every nest ono opening vet The steamer in which be sailed into the laying room the other Into the One of these is always caught fire in mid-oc-but after some sltling r loin When the hours all hands were rescued by a pass Â¬ closed by means of a slid ing brig this ship too was doomed in bens are all laying tho nests are kept a dense fog she encountered an iceberg ODcn toward the layirg rcom but when and again my poor Will with tho oth- Â¬ a hen becomes broody tho door of tho is changed to tho ers was in mortal danger ho was In an nect sho open boat drifting here and there for other bide thus soparain her from the without disturbing her three deys and then she was sighted by aro gathered from tho sitting room by an Italian fruiter liound for Naples The privations and exposures incident raising a board which is laid on top of to this per ige were too much for the n lor feed troughs tack a cleat three ono poor e il after a lapse of wide to tho edge cf tho sill on many anxious weeks 1 one day received D la Italian by a kindly which put lao feed Bui d a platform wide and IS in hot from tho who had attended my loved ono in his last moment though he ground so that tho hens can walk 8 it to the nest was An old letter of mine containing inches my address was fonnd in ono of his abovo which put tho roosts Tho ono pockets but for that I might never bavo next the sitting room should bo 2 tiot arid the other learned his fate xacefully Tack laths in sunny Daly and that is why I am an 39 inches around tho edge of tho platform leavold maid Such was Helens true story The ing a space to draw tho droppings from yocnt giri to whom sho had entrusted tho platform This platform help- - to her M S had just finished copying it on darken the ucato Such i houio costs re No artificial beat iu used but her type writer whoa a well known uper correspondent came to her can be if desired Farm and Homo office bringing a friend and asked her Me Sutor Litra crupiUam to take down some matter for him Lawyer Which OFlaherty Just take Mr Burtons story in short Â¬ have you told mo allWell facts without tho hand said he and write it out after- Â¬ ration or equivoca wards He lc a story I can tell you elaboration to save you I can I want if tion aud hes going to let me use it Just yer OFlaherty Oi have think ho started for Europe fifteon Oivo tould how I shot do mon anhonor a not years ago to bout a month wurrud buts as tbruos 09 affidavy so first of all his hti burnad to yo can put in dc lies sorr to shoot yor very body took the w self Ye ounershtan thai pairt bctther up by nor I do onnyday Puck Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ m H - SMITH only too well aware that money was not a drug in any market withÂ¬ which her family had deal i ngs Her branch of tho IF YOU RAY SO to only fain spend the evening with a few friends I will take tho front door key along so you will not need to get up on my account Mrs Carter sighed This is the fifth night you have been away from home this week and left me hero alone said Mrs Carter bitterly I dont see why people get married at all if that Is tho way they do If I wa only an old maid I could at least go to I would not be bed and go to Bleep obligi d to lay awake half tho night waiting to bear you como stumbling up tho stalr3 Its really too bad Henry too bad Lmma you surprise me replied the young husband with great dignity It is alwmt your own conduct that you should bo surprised How would you like to be treated in euch a heart less manner night after night said Mrs Carter If I was a married woman retorted I should think It very natMr Carter ural that my husband should go where lt pleases him best and if 1 was displeased at anj thing ho did I would Speak to him in quite a did rent tone for you aro not adopting tho means tc mako horn pleasant for your husband Ia there really any way by which homo can bo mado pleasant to a husband I suppose there is but I dont think I have over prevented you from going out whenever you felt liko it That is so but I never stay out until three oclock in the morning You oaa sUiy out ai lato as you if you have any good reason fot doing so I wouldnt stay away from homo for any thing in tho World O Harry you cant havo any Idea how tedious it is wlicn you are away Why dont you read If you dont want to read you can sew shirts Thats what my mother usod to do when my Â¬ Â¬ 1W I -----I -- T 5mV Ladies9 Shoes MrJMPSMMrr In all styles prices and grades ever brought to this market cheaper than were ever known We recommend them to the trade Our line of Ladies S3 Shoes in all Styles Made especially for us by Flgler Bros S2 and Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a 250 LADIES SHOE jFon saxjIe qy We have added to this line which for style and durability has no equal We have the largest stock of Mens Boys Shoes SHACKELFORD Hardware Tinware Wooflenwars AND WAGON GENTRY Firoisli Goods DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Ever brought to this city prices ranging from 2 to 7 This is the best line you Give us a call before can get anywhere buying elsewhere and be convinced We also make special mention of our MENS 3 SHOKS Childrens and Infants Shoes in great abundance and your interests will be guarded in buying them from us Our stock of LOWSIIOES and SLIPPERS is the prettiest you ever saw If you are not ready to buy call and examine and be An immense atisficd this is the place stock of WORK SHOES BROGANS 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 -- House BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1S90 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds HARVEST WILL SOON BE HERE HMmU BM aMMMMMMMb 1 2 TO l S m THE -- MMMMMaMMl IIWII Our Bat Stock is Complete aMPM HmmbV BMMMMMMMMMMBjBMJ T yCHL MMMBT I v T r f f y - jT jj MMV liff VavBrulttr sj Qi f CtMMlMMaVl M r v v tv ConMstins of Stetsons soft Summer styles they Knox stiff Hats recently received Sec what style columns of are dandies In Now York papers say ahout them addition to the above named goods which we havent space to mention only briefly vou can get Laundred Unlaundred and Seeks Woolen Shirts Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear in profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention mF We now bid you come and sec 3 MMrMMH y r JSmmmeTAmwY ffllMM aTiiMMMMMMMiS tmmmB VtBmShI I jgj our attractive goods Attractive prices Atthat tell their own tale of cheapness tractive bargains bound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all PEL 0 b c M MMMBB lS jJMMMMMMMMMMLrTa - -- 1 The Square Dealing House YOU 2S r mB MMj MM And ii yon Want to get Through Without any Trouble go at Once and Get Ton an ALL STEEL Ul Good SOT OOISO OUT AGAIN TO- - KiGirr ana you and off WALLACE he father stayed out at night but I must go BIM Rice went night dear Sccessors 44- - to Wallace Iroui that time on Henry heard no more reproaches about bis staying out so late lie went out almost every evening One day ho was brought homo in a carriage He had sprained his ankle Tho injury was very severe Tho doe Â¬ RADAMS Pl 2 L B Deering TIIE BEST Binder THEY ARE I bought them to sell dont forget it brated DEERING BINDER TWINE -- iat he has been running a DEERING BINDER 6m Joe S Bo and it has not cost him a cent for repairs BJ Clay s vs he has been running a DEERING BINDER for ten years and is doing work it f Lt T- - lll tor said be would bo confined in his house for at least two weeks At first be aaffcrod severe palna and bis wife did all in Ik r power to relieve his sufferings ho put cold applications to bis swollen limb and alkviated his He immedi agony by reading to iiim ate ly began to improve Whilo bo no longer suCered physical pain ho was obliged to remain in his room as tho ankle was too weal to bow his weight Now was the time for Mrs Carter to car- Â¬ ry out a little plan he bad matured Ono evening sho appeared in tho reiom of her husband dressed to go out Sho bad a roso in her hair and bad oth erwise made herself as attractive as pos- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Microbe Killer -- AT sT O lB S3 m A That is the Kind of Machine for the Farmers to Buy REMEMBER that I will have a car load of these six bd DEERING MOV I lo have just received a car load POWERS 100 Main St WMl Richmond Ky H 7 1 I tl P MMMMMMMI MM 1 MMMMM fl L - Also a lull line of the purest and freshest Mi 3 BE3ST M A O H I INT E3 fiJWLall r JVL and see me next door to the Post Office OIL mmmmmI sible I grv Â¬ rrVr ns am going out dear Henry to at- Â¬ tend a little social gathering at my sis- Â¬ ters Vou n ed not get up for me You can go to bed Ill take tho door key along and let myself in SUNDRIES All right responded Henry cheer- Â¬ fully gritting his teeth as she closed tho PKBFUMERY door Thats a very nlco arrangement BRU8BES for a woman to heave her husband at home and go cavorting all over tho SOAPS c What shall I do to neighborhood amuse myself V Mrs Carter did not get homo until very late but her husband did not ro proach her He was too proud for that PAINTS OILS Nest night she was off again and so for several consecutive evenings Carter WHITE LEAD c had to sit up and ho found it very ted- Â¬ ious At last 6ho went to a ball Sho was accompanied by bcr brother Sho arrived at her homo simultaneously On opening tho door with the milkman sho 6aw her husband white with rage Madam he said sternly jou have been absent all nigh Yes responded Mrs Carter coolly A competent Pharmacist tho ball did not break up until tho to compound prescriptions wee small hours ancnt the twa Mr Carter was already very much ex- Â¬ asperated but springing that old gag upon him aroused him to a perfect HAGAN POWERS frenzy Do you know he said in a hoarse Successors to C E Smith voice smi ling the water pitcher to 39 29 been out noithereens that yon ive prowling around every night for a week D M CHKNAULT whilo I havo been confined to the house J J BROOKS by myself Henry I am very much surprised at BROOKS CHENAULT your language Do you You are surprised are you suppose I am going to stand this any Tlisit Can le Had Billy Lumps Bay horse 15V hands hih foaled 1SS6 bred by Sterling Thornton Washington county Ky Sired by Lumps 3922 sire paces of Annie Diekerson 329 Lunette 2254 Bessie 229 Snooks FOR MEN ONLY Lives of poor men oft remind as TOILET ARTICLES Honest toil dont stand a clianee The more we work we have behind us Bigger patches on our pants Patent Medicines STATIONERY Scliool Books longer If I were a married man said Mrs Carter I would think it very natural that my wifo should go wherever sho likos it best If you are displeased you should address mo in a different tone You should endeavor to make home pleasant for me What exclaimed Mr Carter Make my home agrecablo to mo and perhaps Ill replied Mrs Carter stay in more than I do But you didnt have a sprained ankle interposed the astounded hus Â¬ band That is so but a woman Is tied up in the house tho whole year around as much as you have been for the last week or so with that sprained ankle o you are playing for even lust so I hated to do it It almost brekc my heart to treat you with 6uch apparent neglect but I only wanted to mako you appreciate what I havo gone Real Estate Brokers erty an Property sold aud bought on Correspondence solicited aud prompt attention giveu loTOffice in John Bennetts law office Branch office at Stockton A 30- Brooks Drug Store BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY Commission The Madison County Bible Society has at the drug store of Stockton Brooks in Richmond a large number of Bibles and Testaments They offer them at extiemcly low prices to those who are able to buy and propose to give them away to all who are not able to buy Ministers throughout the count y are requested to see that tiie poor of their respective vicinities are supplied W L CRUTCHER President Mad Nat Bank 49 48 Â¬ Richmond Kentucky Lirge lists of City and Country will make the present if those same men would do their tradin at the Racket Bargain season at my stables six miles from RichStore they would soon save enough money to buy a pair of new mond and 22 niies from Silver Creek At 15 to Insure a Mare in Foal trowsers Not responsible for accidents PEDIGREE 1 dam Lady Videsse by Vidette son of Vindex son of Bloods Black Hawk dam full sister to Richelieu by Mambrino Chief 2 dam Betty B by Norman Jr son of Norman sire of Lulu Work Shirts from 25 cents up 215 and May Qneen 220 3 dam Queen by Oliver son of the great four miler Suspenders from 6 cents up Wagner 4 dam by Medock a thoroughbred Socks from 5 cents up GEORGE WILKES the sire of Lumps 2 for 5c 4 up is the sire of sixty five in the 230 list and Handkerchiefs stands to day in the estimation of all well 18 cents posted breeders the peer of any stallion Gallon Coffee Tot ever foaled in America as a producer of 5 cents trotters and his sons and daughters are Three papers of Pins eagerly sought after by almost every breed- Four dozen best llooks and Ey 5 cents ing establishment in the United States VIDETTE a horse of remarkably fine Best English Needles two papers 5 cents size style and action has been on exhibition thirty five times up to a in Two Balk White Darning Cotton 5 cents closely contested rings and losing only one V idette won honor the hrst and highest honor in the fall of 187s at St Louis in a ring of thirty three entries beating sixteen of Kentuckys beat horses Vidette was sired by Vindex the sire of more fine trotters roadsters and coach horses than any other horse in Kentucky Vindex was bv 4S- 3EE 3T Bloods Black Hawk he by Old Black Hawk Vindcxs dam was by Mambrino Chief 2d dam bv Downings bay Messen Â¬ ger 4S 3 JOHN C MILLER Â¬ 230 BILLY LUMPS IS finl lut LOOK AT THESE PRICES Â¬ Â¬ Fid Door Above Farmers JEIOIiraCXN IJ Bank Kentuck Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY f Prop- Â¬ Organized 1874 AS E CANTRILL Assets 85675040 V Vr1 Dr 8 F GANO Med Director President Dr Z THOMSON Secretary C W HARDIN Gen Agt Culls attention to its Lfvel Premium Plan oi Insurance and libera Policy Prompt and Reliable Paid up insurance given at th tancy of life thus providing disability clause iu old except for fraud or non payment ol premium No trivel or occupation Policies non forfeiabie after terms nf expec Hobbies like th 1- 2- rtlwve to be had at W C GORHLEY faltit COS Â¬ Emma como to my orms Look out Mf U CUNNINGHAM PAKHCSII for my sprained anklo I was wrong LllUN and Ill own up That is all I want I wiU not go out Ngw Livery and Eals Stable until you are well And then when 1 go out you shall go along with me as is right and proper And ho kept bis word We have erected a new aud commo- Â¬ Aikx E Sweet dious Livery aud Kale Stable corner of w 3rd aud Irvine streets Kichmond Ky tiYBX with a good paiturj stock nood more or lesfi attention in order to secure aud ask the public lo give us a trial Lotting them lookout tbc best HITCHED OR FED for themselves the cost but HORSES at tho Bamo time it will lesson tho pos prolits A steady growth and a AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle maturity can only bo secured by horses horses aad buggies hired at low riving good attention all tho time from rates m through J A G WILLIAMSON CITY ENGINEER Civil Engineer Surveys made and Surveyor for We have muitir il a ftret claai and desire to have the patronage V Kiullemei ladies aud guarantee lirsi class work New au elegant furniture clean t and sharp razors i ustunnun M C ISW ilufen Si finp n parrionpQ illullUul luPCu NEW BUGGIES MEW 1 Railway Turii Kouthvays Estimates given cce Farm drainage Town Lots luhl 43- - J CARMK HAEL MOORE PHOTONS NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES NEW CARRIAGES GENERAL LAND SURVEYS For Sale or Hent STORE HOUSE - rous retraced Special attention given to topographical majis and plats of T desire to sell or rent privately the farms and other Unas Correspond Â¬ large two story My v ence solicited with parties inU rented very Iat iu surveys of lauds iu mouutahi oouu Kcutucky IWOllice City Hall I birth until marketed 10 15 PARRISH CUNNINGHAM J Ky touK I IV- and H I iH