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Digital page images are linked to the text file. grPjiidpffials V i jrsffIV m w - HI ID 1IH VOLUME RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 2 1890 I ft jgni W iiwft aC Wr m isst iffig effia- tffip fffi NUMBER 3 tt THE SAVINGS BANK OF RICHMOND saver lor his patrons aught Offers a number of its shares to the public for less ularity I Not satisfied with this pop- Â¬ His prices on his lines of goods are so much below all other houses that the public call his establishment The Savings Bank of Richmond am determined to make an addition to my Savings Bank and add to it a Summer Resort This I propose to accomplish by making a great reduction in my already low prices and than value It has been a recognized fact for a long time that STRENG is the money JL S 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 atStrengs NOW WATCH US IS IT K T LIKE DEPOSIT IX 1TOUR MONET IN rly p r It is like going to the M 1 ill TO GO TO Dry Goods Challics worth yXct at 5 cents Calicoes worth 6c at 5 cents Challies worth 10c atSj cents Handsome Dress Goods worth 15c at 12W cent- All Colors Henriettas 36 inches wide worth 40c at 25 cents A 11 Wool Henriettas 40 inches wide worth 50c at 40 cents Handsome Sateens worth i63c at 120 cents Colored French Sateens worth 35c at 20 cents Cashmere Ombres worth 40c at 25 cents India Linen worth at 10 cents 45 inch Flouncing worth 125 at 75 cents Wool Challies worth 25c at 20 cents Notions I Ladies Jersey Fitting Vest wortli 25c at 15 cent Ladies Jersey Fitting Vest- - worth 40c at 25 cent- Ladies Hose full regular worth 30c at 20 cents Ladies Hose worth 2 c at i6 3 cents Ladies Hemstitched MandKerchiels worth 10c at 5 cents Ladies Silk Mils worth 40c at 20 cents Ladies Belts worth 30c at 15 cents Ladies Holts worth 40c at 25 cents Bestout Corset worth 75c at 50 cents Best Corset in the country worth 125 at 100 Zephyr Corset worth 150 at 125 Misses Corsets worth 75c at 50 cents BUI flE sg Shoes aI W Clothing 1 1 IS IT N T LIKE VISITING A d boy 1 WMtm Strengs And buy goods at the prices quoted ijtc Lathes Dongola Kid Button SIMMS worth 2 at tv Ladies Doaajola Kid Button Shoes worth i 50 at 2 M it sis Dongola Kid Button Shoes worth 225 at 17 Misses Slippers worth 100 at 75 cents 2 Misses Slippers worth 10 at Mens Calf Shoes worth 175 at i 3i Mens Shoes Congress or Lace worth 200 at 50 Men Shoes Congress or Lace worth 2 JO at 2 oMens Shoes Congress or Lace worth 325 at 27 5o Boys Shoes Congress or Lace worth 200 at Childrens Shoes 75c at 50 cents Cli Urens Shoes worth 125 at 100 Mens Suits of Clothing worth 650 at 5 00 Mens Suits of Clothing worth 00 at 7 0 Mens Suits of Clothing worth 1000 at iS 00 Mens Suits of Clothing worth 13 50 at 1000 Mens Suits of Clothing worth ftoo at 1200 Mens Suits of Clothing wortli 2000 at 1500 Bojrs Suits worth foo at 450 Oo Boys Suits worth 800 at Oo Suit- - worth 1200 at oO at Childrens Knee Suits worth 00 Childrens Knee Suits worth 450 at Childrens Knee Suits worth I650 at 500 mm mm TO Bl Y AT n ih st I riilany jk Strengs io iiown cheap with so much pleasure and the customers coiniorr studied and their happiness promote ha I a Lace Curtains HATS HATS Just opened a Dew line of Lace Curtains at 125 150 200 250 S3C0 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 TEEM this Season We have just opened our Second Shipment of and are ready to show one of the Handsomest Lines in the city at greatly re- Â¬ duced prices CARPETS CARPETS n a i int Mli 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 For everybody before We begin them at 50 cents and go up to 350 which is fully 20 per cent less than any one in town FLANNEL SHIRTS at Of all UNDERWEAR kinds of the very best makes at prices will MAKE THEM GO ruinously low We want them to move and prices new us Have had big lot just in for this sale Prices will make them go If you need one come and see them PARASOLSseasonFANS We have a run with a this I- i Our orders are issued The goods in our house must get a move on themselves We have refore 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 thiugs not quot- led 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 BIGfaEESTAPF ajn IB IEL Xj The Peoples Savings Bank Mnger id S Z Oi IDOXJO-Xj-S- S -- issiSTnsrr - HiNrGriBiEeB- r FiCTseial HUMPHREYS Ia Hi nnusTiSpscmcamreaeinUflrallTand earefallj prepared prescripoons wed for many years la private practice with successful forever hdrty years asqfby tae pr Iwr stage Spe cnV Ts a special cart for the disease aaand Thea Spec taps care wttfcosa oj ass lag parr tas or radaetac tae aystes and are in fact and deed the FLAMES BURST FORTH Tho Bowels of tho Living Tomb Aflame If the Imprisoned Miners Escape the Fire Pllferlue Kau mil cntw jneui iie jrond Heoojiiltloii en TEMPEST TOSSED Gallatin Tonn Mrunc liy a Tornado Ohurrli Wrecked a ml Two Iconlo Kill STILL DIGGING AWAY Despair Has Talron the Place Hopo at Dunbar REVOLUTION rN BOLIVIA General amirlio Incites His followers to lorcitto Resistance of the Government Ant horitles Â¬ Â¬ STOLEN BANK NOTES Unsigned Hills of the MartNational in Clieataltaa in Denver f tho Denver Man When thi Victor Ie a distingi found dying in 1 One Cent f Siienses on ef Ho Chvera Iccrs astas AJ hi- - hi 1 severeica remedies CtheWarid aT r rtm pmii d W an I UIIBIHM 3r IJMMPMW urmv ajui V w t ryiaa Colic orTeeUttsof Iafana JHarrkra of rhlldrm or adults rat rra 7 Coae ha 10 Mm Am fit It raralla S1 fk KAKIK Ulltnn Ote IV ra aareeeea or Palafal PrriaiiaProfaee Periods I i Dreeateri GrtplntBOkjeBCoue- Harbaa Va easier OoM ItrbilltvPlyhlcalWeskBeai trneral it b Kervaaslebilit WetttaajBed Iriaary of the IS Diaraaea Weakaeaa MUpltattoa Heart --S7 ufaitM im iiiTOrui m rroaa o OBlv TImIh k j HH KVWHH BTTOMUCrirwu Hi BSCaSlllB 17 Pilea Mind or BleedJar If ralarrh lafiuenza Cold la the Beat WBaoainc reach violent Coaaha - There is no longer any hope All faith in the industrious rewwn hsM leen Tho entoiiilfil miners can abandoned not be roscu d A ftirious firo has scaled their fate and if their dead bodies eseap the hungry flames the pilft ring rats that infest the mines will 1 SPECIFICS JESSE COBB Boh aaat postpaid oa receipt t of price Da tn mailed lth cmI mM Fultoa free a BBB reya edirtBeColaf atJtT ima This Fine Saddle Stallion willl make the beakori of l8qD at the Fair Groundf Richmond Kr at S rate or as S5 v TO INSURE 1 COLT hands high JESSE COBB is 15 chestnut color 4 years old weighs close to 100 pounds fine rction and is a model addle hprse Is by Mark Diamond 1st clam bv Tuttle horse he bjr Estill Eric and Bell sire of dam of Georgette 319 Vara 2 38 Second dam Lucy by Young Davy Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip 4th dam by Traveller All care will be taken to prevent acci dents or escapes but will not be responsible should any occur Lien reserved on the colt for the service fee niAKLES K C0LYEK CO 40- Â¬ FOR SALE SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 Orchard Street new 10 foot alley QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE e rooms let 32x150 to 10 foot alley llallie Irvine and Oranje Streets to 6 rooms eacii Hillsdale Avenue lots all well finished have gnawed them beyond recognition Death never came to men in a more re- Â¬ volting form and airi tion never fell heavier on the bereaved This has heen an awful yet even a greats disaster threatens A fire fierce as a whirl- Â¬ wind is raging for JIMO feet down into the yawning mouth of ihe Hill farm Deadly gas has generated hack mine of the burning and tho ponderous hill into which the Hill Para the Ferguson and the Mihoning pits are driven is a migbty magazine fairly pregnant with death the lightest stroke of a miners pick would explode it- - The effect of such an explosion would be awful to The rescuing party has contemplate withdrawn been from the faco A strong of the Mahoning pit guard has been placed at the uson mines mouth of to keep out the Impatient restless miners who would rescue the unfortu nato on their own account The flames at the Hill Farm Minis an- hot enough to drive away Invaders lire broke from the mouth of the Hill Farm pit shortly after nine oclock Friday night It followod promptly afier Use drill en- Â¬ tered the burning mine For two hours before the flames burst out huge Inl Â¬ black and deadly lows of smoke rolled over each other Into the air A rumbling and drifted upward rushing bound like a swiftly mov pro- ing train through a tunnel rry Watehorn ceded the Can and Baperii tendent Hill n re at the pit mouth awaiting the o threak To tho exports the smoke indicated approach- Â¬ ing Arc for half an boM Insfore itn ar- Â¬ rival lis coming could bo heard long before the firo reached the pit mouth It could be seen licking up tho timbers in the mine and the steady stream of water which rippled down tho slope seemed only to inspire and encourage to wilder efforts tho anTry fiend All efforts to extinguish the fiaines hare proved fruit- Â¬ less and the buildings in the vicinity have been torn down to prevent tho fire Another tornado visited C allatin Tonn Sunday evening doin great damage to property and resulting in tho death of two colored women Ann Mar Â¬ tin and Mary Hoffman who were crush ed under a falling church The Afri- Â¬ can Methodist Church was holding services and there came a migbty gush of wind and tho church was blown down catching tho congregation under the roof and falling limbers Knv ranvillo Brown was badly injured in his pulpit Ten persons were caught under the falling walls and strong Tho Kev Gilbert lioqdfork injured arand child Granville Beech Mary Hor ton Mary Iorery a child of Nannie Iayne Ann Martin and Mary Hoff man were taken from the debrifl so hor- Â¬ ribly mangled tnat both are dying Damage was alao done tho public school building privato residences etc Many bonOM wcro unroofed and w ires are down Fences and tree wore swept away Ko other loss of life is re- Â¬ ported In many private roilflnisoosrei pets wore blown from the floors and fur- Â¬ niture smashed into kindling wood The tornado took a sowthwesterly course and very hcay rain fell during A destructive storm is re Â¬ the time ported from Lexington Tenn Â¬ spreading AN EXPENSIVE VOTE Han Cots the louUlana Lottery Company Over Mi Millions Tho Senate Committee to which tho I by the llou ie was ng the referred reported it Louisiana amount to ha State Lottery Company for the privi lege to tl250000 a year instead of 81000000 and for the on tire period This of twenty rive year change was due to Mr Lawton of when the question meed that he would voto One I TWO FRAMt DWELLINGS new elegant Thube Eligakt BUILDING LOTS NG LOTS whole on i Till 50x160 fee w WIGGINS of the above Important Notice A new at mpt at a revolution has ufacturing Company made their deposit tnken place in Holivia under the leader- at the Gorman National Hank Denver With Every Chance Ajpahaat Tlicni tho ship of General Camacho who was al- CoL on the Mtb the telle threw out ready compromised in a former pronttn six ten dollar bills and refused toae t Kutnv AVheu Itescuers De Tiny Will lie nil the Men ciamento This exiled General launch them The notes were not counterfeit j ed a rebellious proclamation dated but dd not bear the signatures of the Still digging away are tho miners who May 7 frontier of Folivia which was president and cashier of the bank from tre trying to reach their imprisoned printed on May IT in tho opposition pa- which they were leaned Treasury num Comrades at Dunbar Pa They are M 0 per of La Pas Kl Imparcial and bar is E fWB Lank Note S Serie feet below tho hill and nearly one milo favorably commented apoa by tho on tho Market National Lank Cincin- from tho mouth of tho pit They are same organ in its number of May nati A man of about twenty three years Still working in the haidost kind of IS Camacho is of entered the salesroom of the Denver Man- the chief gob and arc steadily approaching tho the in liberal party Bolivia ufacturing Company and purchased long aimed for The fall in which in opposition to the alleged reactionary a sixty dollar saddle point for paying the meu aro now working is of the hard and CWicaJ party represented by tho it in so notes He look tho saddle estklnd As Secretary Watehorn express President Senor Area who was ac ind went to Hoops livery stable and ed it could not bo noro solid if some oi intending to place tho whole country purclkiised a horse for S170 paying for it ponderous machinery had been used to under a state of siege General Eliodoro with unsigned notes Ho saddled tho pound and crush it together When tho Camacho left luno to carry out his revo- horse and rode off toward the mounmen will be reached is a question on lutionary schemes but the Government tains When ho left tho stables ho had which every one is at sea It muy bo authorities at Aruro had been put 011 tho about SSOOO in thee bills Something No alert and they imprisoned the principal Thursday and it lray bo Saturday over KOO of this money was olfored at of tho party agents of this conspiracy the Curato one knows what is ahead the banks OUicers are on his trail They have not met with ono fortunate Kuben Camacho the retired Colonel chance Every thing has been against Lavadcnz two other otlieers also retired Railway Strikers at Cncajo them Nothing but tho strongest nervos from active service and three civilians A crisis in the big strike of the Illinois and the brawniest arms conld have put Senor Fanda a wealthy mino owner was Central trainmen at Chicago was thorn where they now are Hut they arrested and transferred to the jail at La reached the 20th After an all day sesare right where they expected to be laz Meanwhile Colonel Aguirro or- sion the conference between the strikand will continue until they reach tho ganized an armed band in tho environs ers committee and the Illinois Central end At 10 p m on the 2ith tLe rescu- of Colquechaca and attacked the city of officials ended witli a positive refusal on ing party knew exactly whore thoy Cocbapamha but he was defeatod by the part of the railroad company to dis were in thoir work for the first time tho Government forces under command charge Superintendent Lirssell This since tho II ill Farm mino disaster They of General Lopez and Antenna Iho was tho ultimatum as far as tho com TORNADO IN MICHIGAN arc some sixty feet from tho objective insurgents bad eleven killed twenty pany was concerned Tho strikers show aaaaa bssmbj asai Qrawaa of Tr rnt point in the Hill Farm mine and what wounded and twenty prisoners Tho no signs of and unless somo lcrcl In lit iinK iinl Several 1ersous is bupposed to be the easiest approach to regular troops losing two men killed compromise weakeuing effected can lie the jTtli Injured the unfortunates At the same rao of outright and live mortally wounded nothing can prevent tho strike spread- A tornado passed over lortland Mich progross as was made on the SStfa the en The latest advices from La laz dated ing and Orange in Ionia County causing tombed men should be reached in May 28 reported that tranquility roign great damage The storm first struck our Hemingways Scatanco hours and if tho Hill Farm mino Wm Sayres timber tract of tea acres can be entered without risk of life tho od all over the country At Jackson Miss tho jury in tho of fine hard wood and leveled tr e whole rescue will then bo spcody It does not case of Hemingway rendered a verdict STRANGE FATALITY bv the roots now seem possible grovo tearing up the r of guilty ludgo Chrismau bai overthat any of the on or twisting them in all kindsol lav Street Car llrake Strike a Plumlters ruled a motion for a new trial Tho tombed men are alive Key Winch Strikes tho Drivers Revol- court then passed a sentence of flvo From Portland the tornado shapes ver Which lptndcs the Hall Striking yoars in the penitentiary i a belt of open countr No change WHAT DOES IT MEAN the IluiuUer Killing Mini and trees with It Bdwnrd llai A Sndd n and lteinarkuble Activity Among has been made in the amount of original Timothy Liddy a plumber mot his bail ujKin appeal to tho Supreme Court woods barn was in the track of tho off Nova Scotia and Newdeath in Indianapolis Ind in a strik- Ninety days was granted to prepare bill or fire by tempest and it w foundland He was a pas of except lightning then the wind Y World from ingly peculiar manner A special to the N senger on one of the opon cars on tho wore killed Halifax says Three valuable It is believed hero thac ichusctts anuo line and Orifrn of tbo Cholera en Drun blown to or orders of tho greatest import immediately behind the di Inrvestigatlon show tnat the cholera atoms and the family of five b tried in ance must have lieen received here last epidemic at Publa de Kasrat had itd Ail the ruins however night Monday or to day as an oxtra lie was carrying a street key of an old ceme origin in the id Pai in fences ar ary activity baa nresaJled all day wnieu to turn 01 water connecti tery in which the victims of tho epidem of persons injurCrop aro ruined duck yard at North Knd harbor end of which intruded on tho spa ic of 1885 wore buried and much stock killed now here aro being served by the druer fur free use 0 All the car brake Thoro was a stop made to victualed and coaled as rapidly as possi CroU Not Wait and as tho TOURISTS KILLED ble Ammunition carts have also been tako on a passenger James WUliaats 1 prominent farmer driver released tho brake the hanA Carrlcge-I-oaof Lady Travelers lun busy all day transferring powder from dle flew around with groat violence of Mai ion County W Va aged 75 was the big magaslae below the Wellington striking tho key and forcing ldi lly a Train it against found banging dead in his barn Ill In tho afternoon A carriage containing a party of four Barracks to tho yard a breast pocket of the driver with such health and domostic trouble ladies a young man and the driver while the engineer and torpedo corps were in violence that a revolver therein was disOnly a Few FesV iie Midland track at a st am launch buoying tho harhorchan attempting nel between Fort Claronco and Georges charged the bullot ranging around and Ote Pass COL WO struck by tie At 0 oclock on the morning of the striking Liddys head near the right land excursion Tha car island train temple penetne brain Ho fell 27th anothor shift of men was taken riage was utterly detnolishfd and Lattery Company Victory for tin in an unconscious oordition and died into tae mine Tho miners who came of Chicago Cosgrove Mrs wai Tho Louisiana House after debating shortly after removal homo The car out say they aro within a few feet of tho instantly killed Mrs Wolf of Newark the proposition at length pass the Lot- Â¬ was crowded with rs Thos Burning mine Thoy will bo in the lit li N J received injuries from which sho tery bill submitting to tho popular volo George the driver immediately sur Farm Mine before oclock Friday but died in two hours Mrs Gill of a constitutional amendment extending rended himself to tho police but tho it will require at least tbreo hocrs to an Mrs Wil go had both Iok tho charter of tbo Louisiana State Lot- death of Liddy was so clearly an acci- test the air I teverely tery Company for twenty five years in dent that no charge was filed a son of the same Dhj Dls Dlr The ladies belonged to tho return for 91000000 a year Tho vote him bruised Party stood 22 trt - just enough to pa Trave new developments There v A Boilers Fatal Wort who are now making a tour of tho State bill as it requires a two thirds vote at tho mine on the 2Jth The men were A boiler in Frank Gardners stave still digging for an entry into tho Hill and the House cousists of ninety eight Status of Joan of Aro Uavjllod b ex Farm mine and were about forty fire The bill is reasonbly sure mill North Star near It members Ministers ie Velio and Barbey unveil- to pass the Senate with the samo two ploded killing Charles Brown beyond the original point of en- Nancy thirds majority ed a statue of lorn of e un as no do- It can not bo vetoed Tucker and tho an irn Sunday u sibilty of reaching an entry before next by the Governor but poos boforo the known Â¬ Â¬ U1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In 1 in-and I j j came to this country al He was an expert chemist hut igo The r had lost bis positions which the man died was bands A search of bis clothing furnished showed that at the time of nil death hj had just one cent Th9 Kansas Prohlb tory Law United States District Attorney JL W Ady of Topeka Kaa has written an opinion on the validity of the Kansas prohibitory law which has cast a gloom uver the Prohibitionists lie declares that the law is al solutely null and void made so by tho recent decision of Supreme Court Valencia is ig to Gandia to assist the doctors of that row n 1C8 KiflBi Georgia and has been used by million of people with the best resuiu It and herbs Purely entirely oi roots forests of from the Djt a vegetable compound 9S In Ok Shvle j Oliver Overhrli died from sunstroke while working n the hay field near Huntington Ind Sunday was the hot- Â¬ test evi r known there At 11 oclock in the morning be thermometer marked IDS ii CURES All manner of Blood diseases from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inhented blood taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism Catarrh and to earthquake Three dis 1hr were felt at Saif IV- pie were aw as njnlte severe Tho vibrations from their slumbers wore from north to south of al Throws Himself In Front of a Train Ja Drew aged At Hutte M011 about fifty years committed suicide by olaclng himself in front of an approach- ETthqmf a Cit foruts Delamatsr for Governor In the Republican State convention at llarrisbarg Ph Hon George If Delaaoater was nominated for Governor Gen- Â¬ of that State on the third ballot eral Hastings was unanimously chosen Chairman of the State Committee but declined tho honor - SmNQHiCER Treatise on Blood and Stan Diseases mailed tree Swift Srsciric Co Atlanta tie Â¬ ing train The engineer could not see him on account of a curve Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ twenty-f- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Meii-of-tV- ar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ men-of-w- Â¬ Â¬ d 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Population of ta- Untied States The Worlds Fair Site Superintendent of Census Forter says Tho Worlds Fair directors have aban Â¬ that tho return- noeii- doned the scheme for locating the Fair lation of the United States is iHjOOtKKi on tho lake front and one of tho parks an increase of over fourteen millions la probably Jackson will be chosen by ten years the National Conimittoe to which tho Leailnz Texan Dad matter has been left Walter A Huffman rhc president of Railway Employes Strike the Democrat publishing company and Between 400 and M0 men employed by chief owner of the Ft Worth tlex Ga Â¬ tho various Kasteru railroads centering zette died in CsVieaajat Ho lea in East St Louis struck on tho 9Bth for estate which U ertimattd to amount to higher wages They have been getting 51 000 000 lie was well known in New per day and now demand 51 oO for York and Boston basins SI s and ton hours work was regardi d as one of the most proÂ¬ gressive and public spirited men in Offered to riomnate Bismarck Â¬ Tho National Liberal party has offer Ths Hot War at Chteaa ed to nominate Irince Hismarck as its There v ths and candidato for the seat in tho Hoichstag m the neat relinquished by Dr Miguel recently eighty five pros in liicagn appointed Prussian Minister of Finance pro3- tried -- re In critical condition All Hants Lost It is reported that the tug Welcome Inherited Bleed Paisonof Chicago owned by Harry Bros Inde Â¬ pendent Tug Line was blown up and all How many people there are whose distress from sores actio puins and eruptive ten- Â¬ hands lost near Uaeine Wis dencies are due to inherited tltxd imsaun Bad blood passes from parent to child ami Indict Every Brew jr and Distiller it therefore is the duty of htisbnnd and wife to keep their ac At Haltlmoro the grand jury has in complished byblood ure ThtaB la B aily Bo- Â¬ B a timely use of t every brewer and distiller of the tanic Blood Balm ISead to Blood Balm Co Atlanta for book of most convincing proof city for violation of the high license My two James Hill Atlanta Ua write law passed by the last Legislature Milis were afflicted with blood poison which doctors said was hereditary They both broke Money for the Csseenc Fund out in sores sml eruptions which B B B Postmaster General Wanatnaker re promptly controlled and finally cured com Â¬ ceived from New York a letter contain Â¬ pletely Mrs H M Williams Sandy Texas writes ing throe l 000 l S gold certificates My three poor afflicted who In Â¬ for tho conscience fund The sender herited blood poison havechildren rapidly Improved says he sent 1500 for the same fund alter a use of B B B It is a Godsend some months ago J R Wilson Ulen Alpine Station N CL Keb 13 1885 writes Bone and blood poison forced me to have my leg amputated and on The Worlds Far President the stump there en me a Targe nicer which V Ex Senator ialmer ot grew worse every day until doctors gave me Michigan has been anaul lectod to ne 101 ouiya weiicneti rjuu ponnoa waen 1 organ lace a i aim president of tie Columbian ex eo my weight 10 io pounds downs sash and sound and well I never knew what position 51 54 health was before i Â¬ Â¬ JHJSHAGAN Al IN THE LEAD WITH THEIR SPLENDID LINE OF GROCERIES And Quoensware SOVINGOaT GREATNESS SELECTED STOCK LOW PRICES HEAVY WEIGH SQL ARE DEALING Arc the Corner Stones uptn which our daily increasing business is being built The same material of which the Corner Stones are laid shall be used in the con- Â¬ struction of our hswincis cabtlc through- Â¬ out to the topmost tier Therefore we solicit a continuance of the liberal patronage we have received at the hands of the people o Richmond and vicinity Promising that no pains will be spared to keep up the standard ot our stock and to all all orders at the very LOWEST PRICES consistent with such goods we are the public servants JHJSHagaa a-- a Highest of all in Leavening Power TJ S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Â¬ 1 pressi sion - was hand Aft the ling inn or of occa- Â¬ people in April 16J3 and will have to blown ty of all tho votes then ers in was totally Supposed Yellow Fever iior on tho schoon ioh arri day Fn mint be of the All mares then cast Trayoor 30 weaning lime and Lawton h 0 hill tbiM as- com of the town thirty descendants Joan o Arc were oi the brothers of Denvers Figures No official a- Priests Fatal Prostration i Meier of St Meirrad d died at my near Evan Sunday from iutnuior and J Baking Powder RICHMOND Ut vfrM naru where we AND LUMBER GO oy a partner- - Ik 01 1 j bcea ABSOLUTELY PURE r THE CLIMAX TtENCH TIPTOK not snrprised m m-mmim Editor W lie rCBUSBIS Wm G VERY KDXBSDAY BT The Climax Printing White Chas PKK 1 Co that the Iron Age attributes HAPPY JACK Prof Thompsons heresy in regard to iron ore to the fat tliat the Bethlehem Iron Writes ai Opei Letter to Senator Joki J - and the Pennsylvania Iron Com- Â¬ InpiIlK of Kansas pany own mines in Culia and would like to imjiort the ore from them without pay la Which Be Indilgea ii Nnneroas Ibcob ing duty Xatimal Demo- gravial Reaarks Â¬ S Powell A STATE CENTENNIAL BE Govmoi peccti in KAR 150 1890 WdaMd7 ill July 2 McCreaby made a rtrong ongtees on twmivmj charter will 250000 m an a Lottery J lor R period of 25 year- a ntionat Lex v ii r id y nominate Yliin O H Montf-im-- ivui ximrton is intendent of Public I liinliiii and r know of no man better qualified lor the plaf e John celebrate the four hundredth anniversary of her dis co ery by Columbus in a Worlds Fair Baa frequently suggested that Kentucky at the same time cele Â¬ brate the centennial of her admission to the tnion with appropriate exercises opricty of her s doing lias never leen jnestionel nor the valuable addi tions to her archives which such an oc casion would brin to light doubted for an instant ami it is a matter of graej regret that the last Legislature did not make some practical provision looking to the end But it is not yet too late to I this and we much misjudge the spirit of love and reverence the Ken- II has alwavs manifested for his i this centennial occasion is allow 1892 America will Â¬ Â¬ In Ftanfokd Ky June 12 Hon Juhny Jvmyup Ingalh V ft Smator who never bled from Bleeding Katita any for Kanmu or anybody eke thai any- liody ever heard of My Dear Sir I have been reading the OBOech which you delivered at Gettys burg about the same hour the cover was ln ing taken off Gen Lee and his horse at Richmond Lord goodness alive man dont run mad its close to dog days but dont run mad dont fear and tremble so alxut Gen Lees statue it wont hurt you Lie down under your vine and fig tree and dont lie molested or skeered for you sham be hurt Lie down wrap the drajiery of your couch alKiut you and if jiossible dont wake any more If you will do this you will give rest to the weary in this world though the devil takes care of you in the next But seriously sir you should shake off your guilty fears ami overcome this jianic that seems to lieset you so We love the names of Davis and Ix e and when your sort comes round giving directions we feel that the sacred jirecincts of our love are ebaat to be invaded by the vile jiresence of some lejirous body but we wont hurt you oh no no no If it were possible you might blister your case hardened tongue w ith your hate and bitterness against them Yet you cannot slander their names anil they are too high advanced in the scale of greatness and goodness of glory and grandeur to need any bragging on by one so olcure as I Gen Lee surrendered a gallant bead of soldiers all worn and tattered and torn twenty five years ago at ApjKimattox to Gen Grant Gen Grant gave us our horses for our and our side arms for jirotection against you Jayhawkers Gen Ix e in return gave him our word that we would ijuit fighting unless against foreigners and Jayhawkers and Grant believed Lee and we are going to keeji oiirwonl You may not Ik Used to jieo jle who keep their word but you watch our good manners and you may have s ine after awhile yourself We are going to keej our won whether we have to or not and you know according to yourjown showing wed nt have to Are pea not continually singing it in our cars that Cnion army is all on crutches and afflicted with incurable diseases ami wounds and that your phyakal system is so iniK ulated with blood poiooB that your moral nature has likewise become rotten1 Hon what hi Gixls name is to hinder u from jiouneing down on fhein and sweeping them from the face of the earth if you tell the truth If you dont tell the truth and the devil is the father of liars dont you think you are his favorite son This ought to convince you of our loyalty to the ls st Government the world ever saw for instead of jKiuneim down ujmo them we have been engaged for twenty live years in paying pensions to two millions of Union cripples just we gave Gen Grant our word that we would beat our sjK ars into proning hooks We had no idea at the time that you would require us to hook 00 many presses but our imagination is not so fruitful as yours and we arc going to stick to oat word with Gea Grant as long as there is a prase and hooking is fashion able with you folks and I think that long enough dont you Never mind that Confederate Hag Dmt you reeeember the society leg we used to hale at our de bating societies w hen wo aero boys and the able discussions we badaboBt wheth Â¬ er Jobs turkey was a hen or a gobler I had almost forgotten these debates until I read yoar speech sad it was so much iike tiie ones we used to make aliout that turkey that I am freshened uji mightly nlioiit our young days But there is BO tight in that flag Mr Ingalls not a bit We are in a good humor with most Of the 1nitcd Stati s army that fought and they are with us Some times when Gea Hbenaaaa name is called some man says I nev Â¬ something aboat kindling wood er ask what he means But sir in Dix- Â¬ ies land we take our stand for the ln ion and you cant hatch up any fight with us Senator if you are spoiling for a tight fight Jk- Blackburn he niK us killing dont be Fight Jk Then every once in a while some of you fellows break out ebOBt the Confed erate Brigadiers eaeeaa peaotoa bills GikwI Graciou ior the Confederates alive dont vui sujise we have sense enough to know we would Ik- liarking though there vt uji the errant tree should happea to Ik a few of us who were liase enough to answer our countrys all tor money only We would be as big a fool as tpence Dabneys coon dog that wore out B hundred tails barking up B bno where there never was a BOOB We fought for good jiriucijiles as we regarded it and there arc in hired mourners over the tli Kid and graves of our comrades We will never accejit a fee of eight dollars jkt month as hired jiatriots to moan and groan over wounds never received and diseases never contracted though we be so advised by Dr Harrison himself We are growing old those of is who remain in this gid day are good men working for a good jmrjiose and a good destiny dont you forget it there is no cheap IiIimkI in Confederate veins At the ojK ning ball of our countrys call we will sjiill it all and for our country but we have no blood for sale not a droji There lias never been a moneyed value placed ujnn Confederate blood thank Gk1 and our noble sires for that We had no sulistitute jiatriots in our ranks You ojxned the jrison doors of the world and in many instances substituted its crime for Vnion jiatriotism and in every instance it was considered a fair exchange and full equivalent No won der it took ten of vour men to one of ours four years to overcome an earnest jk ojIc only to find your grand army your tied army your substituted army your foreign and chain gang army your army of ever condition from that of jmrest jiatriotism to foulest of purpose jirostrated to such a degree tliat to day twenty five years after the fight is over millions of are clamoring for more money more money more money and are you not one sir to whom they give more money to helji them clamor for more money What will you take to unite with me and say ilamn these flies You tried to embitter the very slaves whom your own slave traffic had entailed ujion our fair land against us But Sam bo knew the facts of his servitude He told the tale of his woe to his and youngest descemlants of his captare by a Boston slave ship of his landing in Charleston harlxjr of his sale by Obi Massa Summer to Old Massa Butler of the price jiaid etc These are hard old truths OM will not go into their histo ry there may be young folks among you who do not know your perfidy and crime pertaining to this peculiar institution and we would bbbbc their blushes ior Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ peai by unoltseriiil we Bra aorrect in this presumption Little Phil Thompson ha botn in- - one of the first thought- - naturally to oc KTitii ky will in- - cur is what lace shall have the honor i resilient Thus of baaaj the site of the celebration and tmcH i id that all the circumstances in the case ioint to Shelby county and i ville a being jieculiarly ajirojri -- t and iii r Bt- In the first place Shelby ate therefor ry interetftiiu fat that pentieman in was organized as a county in the same the runninp debate ii hi autocratic yeai and mouth that the State was ad There are hut lew men ii rating mitted to the Iliiou lears the name of tw ttct posted tkBB HI frre Governor her first and by a curious law in parijaincntit h meatier coincidence the first deed recorded baaaj the date of June 1st the day on which f 1 Â¬ ititi Â¬ IMHM- Kentucky baajane an independent state IKLSIbLVT BEATTY DEAD Aid not even here docs the chain of linking the two together end on Onnoiid Beatty died at Danville The town of Shelby ville was iaearaaaaV last Tuesday ap d 75 years He wis a ed by an act of the Legislature at the graduated e of Mason county rsago fall sessiou of 2 and a celebration of froni iad prosnaed it held here would at it li the collem nd has been eonneeti inj once commemorate the anniversary of ln ever since until - overy of our country the centen- Â¬ He was three sixteen yean- nial admission of the State to the Inion wife w ho surtimes marand the organization of the county and 1iwii when fore the Sentinel rejeats an that we offer a jieculiarly aajnaopriaJe - it may be de sit- fm MEETIM EhHTH DP tenniiKil to make and we are sustained authority than the late Col fiorpf of thi- John Mason Brown who a year or two his death heartily endorsed that sent at a meeting f the m mocratic r uil Dis idea Commit Shelbyville will therefore Ik a claim trict ant for the Mate Centennial if one is day a held and will make strong efforts to ate a candidals V line Mi- - secure it presume iumnun id that 1 i Â¬ very slaves yea sold us but w hen your there were old battle cry oi eedom slaves in the Southland who could tell that you had emancipated them South for several hundred dollars apiece before the day set apart for Jubilee by New York and Pennsylvania and New Eng- Â¬ Then as now land could roll around you were a sharp set aid drove a bargain of any kind for the money tlat was in it But you couldnt then and yon cant now incite the blacks to deeds of darkness They knew then and know now exactly how they happened to le slaves in Dixie You cant arouse them against us They know you and they know us They know we are their friends while they do not iK lieve that you care a cubs for them by several damns Now listen do you hear that singing down the land around the Listen My God what cabin door music Way down Ufion the Swance river Massas in the cold cold ground Listen to that song of love and listen yet again When old old Ned died Massa took it hard And the tears run down like de rain Old Miss turned pale and look mighty sad Kase she never see Uncle Neil again Ingalls if you are not choked up now damn so that you cant sjeak lets say Look across the house at those flies the gallant Butler of Boath Carolina a descendant of the venerable Pierce But-Â¬ ler and a close relation to the impetous Preston Brooks who could not bear the warm words of the gifted Sumner in de- Â¬ nunciation of his aged and illustrious kinsman He lives at Edgeield S C He will tell you that in that village church yard is a tomb to the memory of Pres ton Brooks erected by the fair hands of those he loved and who loved him that those peojde have and undying love for his memory and cant afford to mingle it with resentmeut towards any one I have sat by that tomb more than once I love its modest inscriptions and always went away feeling like a better man Suppose you go home with Mr Butler His peo ple will treat you well without special training The land of Dixie is ful of good jreople any one of whom is good enough and capable enough to pat iu some mighty gisid missionary work on your sort Go and let them jialiiate your palpitating heart Damn those flies Yours with all resjiect due Â¬ Hai pvJuk FAST AND SLOW CITIES CONTRASTED SECRETARY BLAINE N HAN AMERICAN RECIPROCITY - A BAD BEldNMM- - it ilenry I tan- Blaine was before the apjrojiriations committee in charye of the diplomatic bill to urge theappiapria- ry out the recomend -- iHionisti- - last week and and 7 in tlieeooraeol lier lie notnii re- - add- i to win That all aloii not a move in the v THE KlhllT SttllT OK A purifying j - WtVEBVOR I t have ami inm r Put I in and - who take - there with llh feet - ttittD alTEUAL ll SPEAKER il k i mithe have 1 ablest men on the of tinof the 1 We thiuk they in that He i lettf v 1 Mserat THE K I A Tiik iiiiiiial tne tin Frew- - Arv- - iati last week was hotii j i 01 the Kentack n iu hestei - Messeaacr Vls a- - Meat Mr ary the venerable lerson N hs Treasurer the Mid LuuiavCle Hen Ha Mr rator away deli the Bddnssta Belroasa aadhaaalh way uyiac phaaaat Ihsaaa to visitors wa- ivtred by the retir The E Polk J J aasa Ihaaa ing nt-j-iir- Â¬ auial oration in lii oti I house by 1 Franklin Patriot ertising Beta ti on 1 by1it t- - urnal hisieiiiii of the n an essay on tl Mr John A Hell of aaajatawaTbaai Editors of Middled A - aaaaajf Bootaa the by Mr rnado Wa erel by Mi Watl lie entnil feature of the uieetii the lianqnf- - si the osaaj haaa Haaaaai itizene of Wii ai iit y re was an excursion over the K I ty on Thursday and an aaear ana toand a v and a i ooeahon a boose on -- iy sustained lu r reputa- PKOTEITIMMSTS aaai liiaiats number in their aeioos lew jirutessurB of p r aad thej- have bard won e They lad one at Harvards as bat when overnor Long isn to write a letter to be read at a can iic-tiinei i e Pan American Conference money is wanted far jirintinj for a monetary union wehaaj in Wahinj tn next January for a survey of a route for an intercontinental rai s bu- information aad for a litin American memorial library to Ik- deal catcd in ISC In a letter transmitted to Mr Blaine m extended arrangement tor the of a Pan American reciprocity clause ii the aeadaaj tariff bill with a view to the caj ture ol the South and He olij ill trade Mr M Kinleys jrojisitioii to makeso garfreeon the ground that such action wooM deprive as of the means of eoa n Lar growing countries to their ports freely to our breadstuffs and wool hides and oth nan u fact in er articles He would have a duty placed m theta bat he would have the next tariff act give the President authority to -- et the doty aside in favor of such nations suth of us in this hemisphere as will ad- Imits that on hides and carjKt the dut Etas McKinley bill led lresentatives of Chili and the r gentine Bejiublic to doubt the sincerity of our professed desire for increased com Thej were willinf intercoorse lit oar prodaeta free if we would admit but the McKiniey bill contained bo provision for such ieiiroc ity Hides have been place 1 again on Bona Blaine the ip the duty on arjK-t wool remains and that as the Argentine delegates declared rej resents the only concession we have r them iu exchange for the re poa our jK culiar jir Mill Mr Blaine defends the tar iti and says it is 110 liiirrier to our trade with Latin America In jiniof of this he make- - the misleading statement deal at the jresent moment S7 jKr cent of our imjHir ith and Central America are admitted free The fact - that our high taritl jirevent suth America from sending us much that is not duty free If it were prohibitory the jr duty ior articles would Ik-- still larger The jMint to be kejt in view is that our south ern neighbors wish toaaad us a nuiulx r articles vhich are not duty free but which they at jresent send to KurojKThe M cretary thinks a taritigood in itseli and good also as a lias is or vantage ground fnni which to negotiate ret ijirocity treat lea lb Beeeaoangiv in a letter to the Mil ation at Meaaeapolis urges that body to juit demanding free sugar ex ejt iu eases where it is admitted free iange for free admission of Amer- Â¬ ican breailstuffs Whether Congress gives a recijriK ity twist to its jK nding tariff legislation or not it is adwsed in Mr the President to ajijiro jiriate liberally for sulisidies If we had more eajpa going to and fro betaaaa this country anl Boath America we should somehow it is argued trade B from tii it continent We should at least sell a little more there thanks tothe dis Â¬ made by our counts for export only manufactures that cultivate a foreign bade That we could buv these with a McKiniey bill in force Mr Blaine does not assert In addition to sulisidies as a means of stimulating the con tariff destroys Mr Blaine recommends the intercontinental liank suggested by the Pan American Conference It haps his duty as Secretary of State to recommend these and other things in which he can personally have no cont What his letters appear to make plain is that he does not think very highly of the unasmriiii policy now leing saddled ujion Tin- 11 1 -Â¬ Â¬ Bkaa n aecord with real protection principles Hpgr have another Prof li K Tl ae Lniveraity of Pennsylvania Bissach s thorooirh laced proteetioa- andenen of commerce that be de-at in bis book that t he applkatioa of an navigation is a misfortune at this geathaaaa says in the panes pobbabed by Mr U harumBar- other proiectkmists thatthe Mc- oognt to have put bob Knet Beansj lvaiiu produces very rua ore it imports most it aslie hotu Michdic or abroad We am The killing of Harvey Turner near moves Middlesboroofli leaders and hastens the end of graceful feuls which are being surely brought to a close by the inroad- Tess and development In commenting on the situatio Middsesbaroogh News very sensibly rety in Kentucky has marksuffered at the ban is of madame rumor than Bell county and yet to day her borders are as free from desperi aaas as anv section can be The influx of capital has wrought a great change The law has reasserted its authority Capital here finds a safe it vestment and uisen a ime Tht UJivrjiUobit ii a peajaiata as l - radical A short time ago a New York paper devoted to the drygiK ds trade jiublished a communication comjiaring the business methods of New York Philadelphia and Baltimore to the disadvantage of Baltimore of course aud in a less degree to that of Philadelphia also In the view of the writer of the communication in ues Baltimore is a slow jilace because it lacks certain of the sensational features which characterize New York The latter is the largest city in America and its size necessarily draws to it a vast volume of boa iaeaa of all kinds bat in spite of these ad vantages Baltimore is in many ways its sujK rior Take it for instance as a business Every Southern visitor to New centre York knows by sad experience that he cannot jmrchase goods from the retail stores OB Broadway and the other large business street- - as cheaply ae he can in Baltimore He know- - too that be can not stoji at a first class hotel and have the accommodations and same service for the He knows same money as in Baltimore moreover that he cannot gotoarepBta ble j lace of amusement in New York without 1 laying two or three times as much for the BBBM class of seats as he would have to do in this city He can not travel in a private conveyance for than double the amount be pays in Baltimore and even the fare on the delated roads is twice that charged for similar transjiortation in other cities excejt for two or three hours in the early morning and in the evening If he otteoept to take B street car he takes bis life in his hand at the same time for he runs a risk of ln ing run over by the desjK rate or blundering Jehus or lieing blown uji by a steam pipe or gas exjlo sioii conveniences of this sort beingjro vided every mjuareor Boprobahly to keep down the increasing jiojulation If he esajes these dangers to his perBOB he is likely to find himself minus his jux kct Iniok for New York Ls a great place for jiickjNK kets both of a high and low de gree and though they often boost very genteel names they are found even fas the most resjK ctable quarters of Wall street and Broadway BoctaBy of eourse New York cannot be comjiared with Baltimore Mr McAlister has been greatly ridiculed for his jihrase ajiout the 400 but there was BOB much truth in his remark to make it pleasant to a good many of the Money is the sole test of Gothamites standing there and as a good many of New Yorks millionaires could not show a very clean bill of health for their money bags its society oatiedc of some exclusive circles is rather mixed to jmt it mildly This worship of gold and the generally loud tone and flashy character of busi ness aud social life accomjianied by other features that Baltimore we are glad to One sav has not vet learned to tolerate cannot buy a BBWOpsper there without U ing assailed with sensational headlines and grotesque and often indecent illustra- Â¬ tions which illustrate as forcibly as as anything else the jierverted taste of those who encourage such jublications The Sunday pajvrs esjK cally are frequently offensive and even immoral in their effect In their so called society column- - they print aileged portraits of BBpiriag society belles cheek by jowl with the divinities of the dance saloons and the clebrities of an even lower social order Such association enen in a news jiajKr it might lie imagined would be re julsiveaud OBOCkiag tothe friends and re laives of these society Ik Ucs and doubt less they are to all discriminating and thoughtful jKHijde but the general tend ency in New York to notoriety and low d ias demoralized many parents who are induced to connive at what must seem to old lashioned peo jle an immodest and unmaidenly exhibition to say the least The introduc- Â¬ tion of this sort of illustrated society journalism in Baltimore am only excite disgust for those who seek to cultivate such demoralizing and corrujuing tastes aud of a pity for the families who are the victims of it But all branches of busi Â¬ ness in New York suffer more or less from the stigma of base motive as one meets everywhere the ban hard manners of oretropolitan business life The theory that business is busi- Â¬ ness is carried to an axtent that renders it ridiculous as well as dangerous Every swindling device every cheeky imposi tion is condoned on that ground There seems to be no humanity no warmth no fellowship except among the theives who use the higher qualities of human nature as a mask for their villanies The great mass of the working jicojile clerks hop girls ballet girls laliorers a n tied to their work as so mane beasts of their i burden They may be hired by tin But you would arouse our slaves to or bought like slaves and sold again or deeds of arson excite them to violate the kicked out in the world without compunc our noble women the tion The base and the reiined are all ou Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the same plane It is business The CONCERNING FARMERS touch of nature that makes the whole world kin is not there We are a little R B Hutchcraft bought 120000 pounds slow here to be sure and have to go to of wool this season at an average of 23 New York for a good many things but cents per pound Parit Sews nave us from ever becoming such a city The wheat harvest in Fayette and ad- Â¬ Baltimore Sun is New York joining counties is nearly over and the crop seems a good one Journal EXPLANATORY Thoe Hedger bought of James Mat-Â¬ thews of Harrison county a White Hall June 27th 1890 Jack for tKX Georgetoicn Time Editor Climax J S Hawkins Co of Wilmore sold In printing my article the introduc- Â¬ ten car loads of No 2 wheat to J tion was left out which made my re-Â¬ bry of Jessamine at 75 cents per bushel marks appear invidious As I have The Kentucky Commissioner of Agrlveen asked in consequence why I par- Â¬ iculture reports wheat 75 as to condition ticularized Mr Burnam I answer be Â¬ and 100 as to acreage as compared w ith cause Mr Burnam in a summary given last year of his views in regard to changes that The sales of Shorthorns in Illinois reshould be made in the new Constitution cently were made sud he was opposed to giving the fran The averages of at alow range of prices the different offerings chise to women but would leave it to were 0O to rlOO tiie future Mr Burnam and I are friends The oat croj is almost a failure The personally but when even a friend publicly states that he is ojjxed to one wheat harvest is in progress In some half of the native born tax jiaying law localities the crop is a good one in oth- Â¬ abiding adult citizens of Kentucky ex ers it is different Geonjdjini Tini A sale of Holstein cattle was made at ercising their Constitutional right of self Cresco Iowa recently by V C Nichols government then I deem it my duty to Sou and the Breeders Gazette reports show how if elected to such a jKisition 32 cows averaged he can do me and my sex an vtfmmtm result as follows vroug Women have as much right to fJBSO 4 bulls 10750 general av the franchise as men and as much right head fJ04 to rob men of its use as men have to rob Bluegrass seed which has lieen for women and it is because paasfeaferce years one of the prineijral products of has heretofore ruled the world and the this county will be very short this sea- Â¬ United States that women have been son there being only about one fourth deprived of their freemans rights But of a crop It is selling at forty cents per tl march of civilization is bringing bushel 1it - V at more and more the mental and moral James Mathews of Rutland Ky made power into the governments and women the following sales of jacks last n nek wist be granted their rightful plane One to Jas M Terry for Tboa which is equality lndore the law Hedger of Scott county for 900 One No just man can deny that those who yearling to Thos Mathews of Hinton are governed an taxed and jiuuished by Ky for 500 and one tw enty months-old law should have a voice in making the to A D Collins of Jessamine county law provided they are neither idiots Ky for 000 tanm flanf Jaaraof insane criminals nor minors The world For some years a party in Virginia has is almost ready to admit womans equali- been endeavoring to sell asa valuable ac ty and it would be foolish for Kentuck quisition an apple claimed to be blooni- iaiis to send men to our convention who cdiessand coreless The Dejart avi so jirejudiced or who have ob ment of Agriculture secured specimens the trend of times so little as not to and pronounces it an apple of jKxr quali Bare the to leeeeal make our laws ac- Â¬ ty It blooms but the flowers have no cord with the jirevailing sentiment By petals it has both seeds and a well de striking out the word male as well Be fined core It is not a valuable fruit the word white from our constitution Home Journal which latter and the fifteenth amend The wheat harvest is uion us and the ment to the United States Constitution rejsirts in regard to the crop in the will compel them to do women as citicounty are conflicting Ujxui the whole zens of Kentucky are already qualified we think it will be lighter than many to exercise their citizens right to vote people think The midge and other If this is not done I jireilict that in ten bags are reported in manv places bat we or fifteen years there will have to Ik are not informed as to the damage done convention held to grant by another Healers say that the fore of United States law whatKen alrout seventy cents market will open at but several farmers tmkians ought to be sensible and just have refused seventy five cents Win- enough to embody now in their New DoaoeraC Constitution The Animal Tarasites of Sheet bv Resjiectfully Coojier Curtice is a sjKcial rejKirt of the M miy B Clay bureau of Animal Industry eboBt to be Vice Pres of Ky Equal Bights Assn issued by the Inited States Dejartment of Agriculture It is a volume of 214 AN OPEN LETTER i j ages containing panel and gives an interesting description of all the various The following verv imjKirtant docu sjiecies of animal jiarasitcs known to af ment was issued Tuesday from the IViu fect sheeji in this countrv w ith the svmp- iMTatic State Committee by Chairman toms of the diseases which thev cause Jo in B Castleman and the methods of treatment which Office of Democratic State Central have been jrojvised Committee Iuisville Ky June M A great number of Payette county far1SiO To the Democrats of Kentucky mers claim that they hae been swindled Co inty and Precinct Organizations by their pnrrheeaa of Russian hemp seed Your State Central Committee deem it which were guaranteed bv the sellers to im practicable to undertake immediately be the finest on earth These seeds have a thorough re organization of the petty in the State as pro Â¬ been given a faithful trial and are found to be of no earthly good many farmers vided for by the Louisville Convention being compelled to ptoagb them ep after They consider it unwise to organize new being sown It is claimed that the stalk committees prior tothe August election from this seed spriaga uj only a abort They rely on the jresent organization of distance then blooms ami dies awav committees to look well to the partys They are handled principally bv the interests in every precinct in order to grain merchants of Cincinnati and are bring out a full vote OB the first Monday claimed to have been introduced into this in August county by a Frankfort man A number To this end each committeeman of our leading grain men were asked by throughout the State is invited to com The Leader if they had handled any of 11m licate freely with the Central Comthese seed and not a one of them an mittee and in counties where dKs not swered in the affirmative but all of them t a complete list of precinct commit- Â¬ cxit said thev had heard complaints aliout the teemen the Chairman of each County seed in question It is said that a grain or Legislative District Conmiitt requested to confer at once with the re merchant in Paris parcfaased two car loads of Russian hemp seed and those spective prceincts in their counties or Legislative Pistrict ami get Democrats who have sown them in this county made of him This merchant theiein to designate a jiro tern commit their jiurcliase bought them in Cincinnati Th teeman for each precinct on or liefore wen sold at sW jiei bushel and arc day of July loth The Chairman of each county or claimed not be worth their carrying home One of oar prominent merchants Stive District Committee is reinformed The Leader that be knew when quested to furnish the Central Commitd were first introduced here thev tee on or before the 10th of July with a were no earthly account and would not of his commit list handle them Lexmtam hemitr Ls urged to lsar in mind The two-year-o- ld 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jessamine County Fair FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT Co 90 J 3h I Eefletak Nicholasville Ky Aug 13 14 4 15 THE FOLLOWING PURSES WILL BE COMPETED FOR FIRST DAY year oKIh ami under trotting 35 Class trotuog SECOND DAY 2 Pane Purse M 1000 year olds trotting Class pacing Purao TIJIKD DAY j Syrup of Figs is taken it ie pleaii and refreshing to the taste and acts fently yet promptly on the Kidney and Bcwel filfnnan the eje tem efFectually dispels cold hoad achea and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro dueed pleasing to the tnste and BO ceptahle to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in iteffects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs i3 for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druir gists Any reliable druggbt who may not have it on hand vill procure it promptly for any one who wiebei to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO eube-tance- ONE ENJOYS Both the method and results when 3XM 2dU 3 22T ClasR year olds of UieiW class Purso 5U0 One of the best full mile traeks In Kentucky Two ii icc aud four year old parses clone July 1W the other classes July ili W ler cent forfeit and five per cent additional to start The stakes and purws re to be divided as follows 60 per cent to first 35 per cent to second and 15 per cent to third The rules of the National Trotting Hors Association shall govern all trials adv horse distancing the Held or part of it shall be entitled to tlrst money only Entry blanks Turulsiied ou application Addreasall com munications to UEO B TAYLOR Secy lolasville Kv W V DICKERHON Prest 1 Â¬ Auction Sale DESIRABLE LOTS AT M DEALERS IN m Sloes -- Boots KENTUCKY Hals Caps NICHOLASVILLE On Tuesday In the new Addition to the City known as Duncan Heights July 8 I 1890 BESTS p m Commencing at oclock SAN FRANCISCO CtL LOUISVILLE Kr NEW YORK Hr t AT COST FOR Â¬ 30 I Largo Stock DAYS AT Â¬ Â¬ The Palace Dry Goods Â¬ at 20 In all styles prices and grades ever brought to market cheaper than were Sale One third cash ever knownthis We recommend them to the balance in one and two years with 6 per trade Our line of cent interest from date By order of the Nicholasville Contract Ladies 3 Shoes in ail Styles and Investment Company J S BRONAUGH President Made especially for us by Zieglrr Br a E B Hoover Secretary 2 3 Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a The Nicholasville Contract and Investment Company have purchased the beautiful farm of Mr Robert Duncan on the edge of Nicholasville bordering on two railroads and two turnpikes and the best engineers have laid it off into streets Within this adavenues and squares dition may be found lovely hills and dales wooded parks and grassy lawns springs of clear water and an artificial lake which will be admirably when completed adapted for fishing and rowing as well as for furnishing water for manufacturing purposes Not more delightful sites for residences can be found anywhere in Kentucky Nicholasville has no city indebtedness taxes very low not a vacant house Rents are high and houses in demand the city is growing rapidlv and the past has demonstrated that large profits will be made by investments in Nicholasville Remember the day TUESpropertv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IB mil FOR THE ASI Summer Season It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our S L M M E R We entered the market to sig STOCK nalize the coming season by a stock which in its magnitude should mark an event in the history of all openings We have succeeded beyond our expectations The goods are now in and placed on the shelves We can show you the largest selection of Ladies9 Shoes DAY JULY Terms of 8 Per Cent Less than They Cn MADISON Monumental Works RICHMOND KY 2 and 250 LADIES SHOE h Bcnght Elsewhere For out the PALACE STORE on First We have added to this line which for style and durability has no equal We have the largest stock of lr bought HAVING GOODS Mens from Boys Shoes Street No 9 we offer AT COST for THIRTY DAYStheENTIREHTOCK Â¬ Â¬ Dem-fK-rat- ic We know we can make it to your interest to call before purchasing elsewhere We very kindy invte you to call and will be glad to show you our goods It costs you nothing to look a them and you can see for yourself better than anv outsider can tell you We have a large stock of DRY GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING S1IOKS and many other goods about which we have not time to tell you in ths But what we weeks advertisement have we are going to sell cheap and but if you do forDont you forget it get it drop in at he Palace No 9 First We Street and we will remind you bought these goods lower than they can be bought for anywhere else and we can sell them lower than anybody else is selling Yours Truly r y Y V aaSSMjJI fir aLaaafl m ssL I iJ II I ylB Iv Ever brought to this city prices ranging 2 to 7 This is the best Ime you can get anywhere Give us a call before buying elsewhere and be con vino J We also make specia- mention of our M KNS 3 SHOES Childrens and Infants Sh great abundance and your interest- - will be guarded in buying them from us Our stock of LOW SHOES and SLIPPERS is the prettiest you ever saw If you are not ready to buy call and examine and be satisfied this is the place An irm stock of WORK SHOES BROOANS 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 RAMSEY I- FIFE 00 1 Every Character I MONUMENT STATUARY Our Eat Stock is Couplets Consisting of Stetsons soft Summer styles Shoes are P A TTVTA V We - Dousrlan every pair and grade of Monumental Work from Knox stiff Hats recently received they warranted and vAUilvii and price stamped on bottom the smallest stone to the most are dandies See what style columns of an liiM name A0-a-- N lt Â¬ rMam kum i wauis cuu roR mA Cir ZLrcQldVJ Tr cmrda -- crcfw m m Mia-- aw DIES s2nn H75 OR MOST ELABORATE Ii New York papers say about them In addition to the above named goods which we havent space to mention only briefly vou can get Laundred Unlaundred and Woolen Shirts Collars Socks Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear in profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention Our prices compete with city houses Designs furnished on application 7E Â¬ FT fSBn7 iTl n ises Grain ti mirr D We now bid you come and see our attractive goods Attractive prices that tell their own tale of cheapness Atbargains Imported Native Marble tractive Attractive bound to please every buyer treatment a smile and and GRANITE always on hand Call a square deal for all and sec me - A D FLORA Proprietor The Square Dealing House Â¬ Â¬ W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE Waterproof GENTLEMEN The excellence and weartaK qualities of this shoo cannot be botttr shown than by the strong eudorso mentd of Its thousands of constant wearers and miim Hauil r OO srvlis Irewt Shoe ocwed A an elegantItself which commends fine calf Iland ncwed Welt SA JOO unequalled ror style and uuraouny Shoo inndyenr Writ l S350 Shoe at a popular price the standard drrsa so ft email- - Fhc Is especially adapted r railroad nien farmers etc All made lu Congress Button and Lace WALLACE Scckssors 44- - BOGUS Rica Fine Calf and Lared Billy Lumps Bay horse 15 hands high foaled 1886 bred by Sterling Thornton Washington county Ky Sired by Lumps 3922 sire to Wallace the fact that effective strength niu jarty t lun weak-heade- Â¬ Â¬ come from organized prociBCte and no party effort will sujijily the omission Ihe Chairman of the Senatorial districts end Congressional districts are ex- Â¬ pected to sujijilcuient the efforts of the Central Committe by personal assistance within their districts and from all alike full advice is reepeetfaDy solicited Congressional Committees The Con gressional Committee is composed of the member of the State Executive Commit tee eejd the several Chairmen of the Com ty or Legislative districts Com- Â¬ mittees within the Congressional district It is the duty of the inemlier of the State Committee to convene the mem- licrs of his County or Legislative district Committees and have them de termine the time and place for holding the Congressional C invention and it is the duty of each Congressional Commit tee thus constituted to jirovide effected for the details of jiarty organ izotion within the district The member of the StatcExecutive Committee is ex oilicio chairman of the Cong essional Committee and temjiorary chairnan of the Congressional Conven tions Nominating Conventions In view of the embarrassment attending the abÂ¬ sence of any jarty rule in resjiect to dropping the names of candidates before a convention the Central Committee resje tfully recommends that in the organization of any nominating convention in the State it be the rule of such con vention that after the twentieth ballot the indermost candidate shall be droji ped and after each subsequent ballot taken until a nomination shall be had By ordei of the State Deocratic Committee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 LIVE STOCK MAEEET REPORT By UREKNE fc BMBST U e Stock Comieisslon Merchants at Cinclu uali Uuiuu SjtK k Yards and Covington Hlock Yards Se RADAMS so Cincinnati Ohio June Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good 30 i SHIPPING CATTLE 4 o8 4 25 it 2 75 3 JS5r 3 z 25 4 4 50 4 3 4 3 3 35 50 been most favorably recvlvr since Introduced r nt Improvements mate them superior sold at tlv se prices to any 6hAsk your Dealer and If he cannot supply you send direct to factory enclosing advertised price or postal for order blanks haxva li 32SHOSlafdiIs V TL season at my stables six miles from Richmond and miles from Silver Creek 230 BILLY LUMPS will make the present of Annie Dickcrson Lunette 225 Bessie caejf paces Snooks i Microbe Killer -- At 15 to Insure a Mare 1 ii Â¬ AT La Foal DOVGLAM Bracktaa Ittus 6or 150 00 75 00 Sold by Jock Freeman J J BROOKS D M CHENAULT BUTCHER CATTLE to Extra Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen 4 25 3 ijoul 4 00 3 85 4 00 3 85 3 75 3 oo 3 35 2 1 1 BROOKS CHENAULT 500 oo 2 758 eb 7s 2 25 I 50 Real Estate Brota BULLS Shipping Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Best Best 6o 2 40 2 oo 2 1 Richmond Kentucky Large liels of City aud Couutry Prop-Â¬ erly 1roperty sold anil bought on Commissiou Correspoudeiee xolicited aud prompt attentiou giveu aarOfllce in Johu Bennetts law ofllee Hraucli office at Stockton 39- Brooks Drug Store BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY 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 extremely low prices to those who are able to buy and propose to rhre them away to all who are not able to buy Ministers through- Â¬ out the county are requested to see that the poor of their respective vicinities are supplied W L CRUTCHER President Mad Nat Bank 49 48 2 75 2 50 2 15 501 l 90 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers Best Grades 3 50 3 001 2 25 3 75 3 -- 5 2 75 COWS AND CALVES Fair to Good Common Best Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy HOGS Select Butchers Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights Light Pigs Extra- 3S 25 12 0040 oo3S oofl2o 50a 658 00 00 00 5 2 4 00 2 5 4 25 3 50 3 3 3 3 S5 75 So jo Not responsible for accidents PEDIGREE 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 215 and May Queen 220 3 dam Queen by Oliver son of the great four miler Wagner 4 dam by Medock a thoroughbred GEORGE WILKES the sire of Lumps is the sire of sixty five in the 230 list and stands to day in the estimation of ail well posted breeders the peer of any stallion ever foaled in America as a producer of trotters and his sons and daughters are eagerly sought after by almost every breeding establishment in the United States VIDETTE a horse of remarkably Pne size style and action has been on exhibition thirty five times up to a 3 7ear old in closely contested rings and losing only one honor Vidette won the first and highest honor in the fall of 1S75 at St Louis in a ring of thirty three entries beating sixteen of Kentuckys best horses Vidette was sired by Vindex the sire of more fine trotters roadsters and coach horses than anv other horse in Kentucky Vindex was bv Bloods Black Hawk he by Old Black V indexs dam was by Mambrino Hawk Chief 2d dam by Downings hay Messen Â¬ ger 4S 3 JOHN C MILLER Â¬ Â¬ powers 100 Main mm Richmond Ky CHEMICALS St Also a lull line of the purest and freshest DRUGS ASD Tliat Can be Had TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES PERFUMERY BRUSHES SOAPS o Patent Medicines PAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD A J A G WILLIAMSON 3 8o 3 3 75 2 75 40 Â¬ SPRING LAMBS 6 INSURANCE BURNAM HUME The Oldest and Strongest American Companies city kxqineer Civil Engineer and Surveyor Surveys made for Railways Turn pikes Roadways Estimates giveu Ac Farm drainage Town Lots laid off Â¬ STATIONERY School Books to compoand prescriptions John B Castiemax Chn Democratic pajiersin Kentucky please copy of Ointments for Catarrh that Cootam Mercury a mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles 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 possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P Co Toledo O contains no J CtKtiey mercury and is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co JCeJSold by Druggists price 75c per bottle Â¬ Â¬ 85a 7 00 A competent Pharmacist NiNOUNCEMENTS ron roSORKSS GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Lines retraced Special attention given to topographical maps ami plats of farms and other land Correspond ence solicited with parties interested in surveys of lamia in mountain coun- Â¬ ties of Kentucky WOffice City Hall Richmond Ky Â¬ POWERS 39- - I1SM Beware JAMES B MCCREARY is a candidate for re electlou to Congress from the Eighth Ii Ban of Keutuiky subject to the action of 60- the Democratic pnrly FOB DELEGATE TO CONSTITUTIONAL CONVEN Â¬ NORTH AMERICA Successors to O K Smith SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA Â¬ TION Â¬ Richmond Ky Jane 30 1S90 unnounce myself candidate for institutional Couventimi subject 10 tiie action of the Democrat ie party I hereby 11 LVMAN PA1 w n ctmrnraxAx NIAGARA UMANIA MERCHANTS R IX CROOKE HswIdTBry and Sale Stable Â¬ We have erected a new and commo Â¬ of Speedwell is a candi Â¬ ROCK dious Livery and Sale Stable comer of date for Circuit Court Clerk of Mi 3rd and Irvine streets itichrnntid Ky county subject to the action of the Demo Â¬ forget our office is at the aud aak the public to give us a trial 48- cratic party Farmers National Dank B G POWELL FOR CIKCTTIT OOCKT CLERK BOTTOM RATES BURNAM HUME eriont FOR JAILER its fcr ol Ihe HORSES HITCHED OR FED Hobbies like the above to be had at W C GORMLET COS R B Â¬ Jailer of Madison county to the action of ny juty but Uie will people N B Tobacco Baraa Country Stores aud Milling proj cialties 33 32 BH AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle bones horses and bugg es bired at low rates Its 15 PAKRISH I tr Ml n i- - virW NTIJ SUPPLEMENT IT J1- jg Bij cXmj ill VOLUME ATTORNEYS IV II D Goods IS Just as Welcome 1 ft L 1IK WS t A J RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 2 1890 DEATHLESS HOPE they i mi e- - SUPPLEMENT S g sujesJLietgsi jg NUMBER ATTITUDES OF E T BURNAM A TTORNBYS A TLA W Kentucky Richmom F A- W Yes Â¬ WITH CLOTHING em all Street Hffloe So 11 Bui Dams Building Flrat - J A SULLIVAN A TTORNEYA TLA W Kentucky Richmond Office Swept Hnpo Is dead I moaned And I have burled her beyond my sight Henceforth ihe brightest day To me Is a3 the gloom of darkest night Yet even wLen I wept A rift broke through the gloomy clouded skies And Hopes glad face looked down upon my own With tender loving eyes My flower of Hope ts gone I on Firet Street same as formerly16-occupied by County Judge Miller Qm S rOWELL2 ATTORNEY on Beeoud Street - A Richmond Office TLA IP Kentucky WITH NEWEST Lowest GOODS Largest Variety and Better Prices EVER were in the front of Spring anil were ahead of The rudo winds tore It from my tender bold In rain with anxious eyes Isearchel my garden an J the distant wold This morning while I walked In pensive thought adown an humble street I found my blossom tn a true true heart All dewy fresh and sweet My gem of Hope is lost I saw it sink beneath the billows crest The pearl of my heart Shall shine no more upon my happy breast Last ni ht within my room I fourd a casket hidden long ago I raised the 110 and lo with luster bright My Jewel all aglow doad or lost 7 Ah no She dot it vail her radiant face and form Ai siiti iods perfect will And though our souls seem dead to every joy Borne faint hope llveth stilL We may fit down in deep and dumb despair Nor care to lift our eyes Unmindful though the voice of friendship pleads And suffering Duty cries Yet sotrcwhero sometime stealing through Bo sad with grief and fear A IAL SURGERY pR A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON Kentucky Rkhhokd Smith Building Mam Street boars MO If 12MU M laJO to 4 un P M aarPraeUcc limited to dentistry Office Office - DEPARTMENT FILLED WITH BRIGHT GOODS Hop J C MOB ax D D S RICHMOND KENTUCKY Main Street over Madison National 3- Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better goods at lower prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the justice of inspecting our new Spring stock No matter how high the plane of your desires WE CAN SUIT YOU For square dealing best goods biggest assortment and ouhsxts Office Bank - HTELBY W BURGIN t DENTIST - Kentucky Richmond Over Palace Dry Goods Store on Kirst Street tormerly occupied by Or Ke tersou Office 5- Latest Styles Youre as COME Gentle and SEE US II COME Hop it here And v blspers Mrs 8 L Howell in Christian at Work sy sweet Presence thrills us with her smile NEDS ADVENTURE A Sprf Protty Little Story from the Land of Chill WHETHER 10 LOOK II BIT J W CREED D D S KIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY at Kintiell residence COVINGTON done pertai jlng to tlie profession Office Everything 47- - UIJO AV Main MITCHELL Street Near Hotel Glynd on PHYSICIANS POYNTZ PHYSICIAN AND S URGEON Kentucky Richmond Oifl 1R J k i i Our Summer Styles Are ITow Heady Store Wlw next to Whites Drag Qt W EVANS M D PH 1 SIC IA N AND SURGE ON Kentucky Richmond Offlc Your Careful Inspection Is Requested Street JR Stoie Office T J TAYLOR in Medicine aed Surgery KENTUCKY PracHtlaaer KlCHMOSt Hecoud rest over Dykes Grocery JR yr JOHN tl FOSTER r GROOKE BENNETT 3 URMSTON a PHYSIC I A Main Richmond tip stair reaH Creek Avennel Office AND SURGEON Kentucky el next door to unions at cor Main and Tales BEffSMtTH M D PH YSUrA N A ND S UR GM ON Kentucky White H-it- t DRY GOODS AND lic Offers hi i professional err Ices to the pubK- - MERCHANT TAILORING LETCHER 2H PHISICIANAND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond S M Offioe Smith Building Main Street M D 28-- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond ami given Kcm attentionmillionsto microsroplcalfluids of tissues and xam Office II W BRIGHT InSmuh Building nan Ixxly on Main Street j BOLTON M HoauMpathic Physician and Surgeon 1 special in lT women ami THE 10000 NEWEST HATS RichmJond OfficJ over D MS0G lo Kentucky i to iiuu aliendiltl- all Fulieiila treated al jutts nult Uiiuulc cimtii iaiceat MtMmsopathic mediclnta seut to wa Briichts Houre I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER lWs Tlle JENNINGS - GIBSON KENTICKY oi The city of Valparaiso Is ono of tho most important upon tho Pacific coast Tako them altogether tho peoplo of Chill show the most enterprise and seem tho best adapted for republican govern- Â¬ ment of any In South America yet the common peoplo are of a dark reYengo ful nature and few foreigners find favor in their eryes But with the dark eyed maidens of Chill It Is different and the Yankee sailors always like to run into Valperalbcr for a cruise on shore and a happy time they have generally Ned Wilton landed from the brig Ves- Â¬ per which had sprung a topmast and stovo in her quarter in a storm on th5 South Pacific It was a two weeks Job to refit and as Ned was a man to bo trusted tho old man gave him a freo run on shore Ned wasnt much of a man to drink and most of his time was spent in rambling about on the beauti- Â¬ ful mountain slopes getting acquainted with the dark eyed beauties of the city and country and enjoying himself gen- Â¬ erally One day while exploring tho country ten miles to thu north and east of the city ho was attracted by thoaound of voices loud in dispute and then came Dashing a womans cry for help through the bushes Had came out In a little open space where ho saw a beau- Â¬ tiful girl whom he had met In a fan dango In Valparaiso struggling in the grasp of a dark looking Chilian who if ho was not a villain ought to have had a quarrel with his face Seo here my man said Ned youd better drop it or j ou may chance to get yourself Into trouble That advico rnight be as well applied to yourself senor replied tho man with If you will tko a dark savage frown my advico given in tho most friordly spirit you will take yourself off and attend to any business of your own which you may chance to have on hand No man over Interfered with Manuel Oodena who did not repent it Ill have to leave it to tho young lady said Ned quietly If she says that Im in tho way Ill walk off as you Bay but not before Do not No no cried tho girl leavo me alone with this man Thats all right said Ned You see that tho senora claims my help Manuel Godena and Ill have to trouble you to get up and travel The man drew a knife and made a dash at him Ned knocked it out of his hand and then gave Lim such a thrash ing as he had never received in his lifo Then stripping him of his weapon he kicked him industilously down the slope for it riled him to have a man draw a knife The Chilian at last took to his heels and when onco out of reach of Neds No 8 boot turned and shook his hand at him in a menacing manner I Hear me Americano be hissed vow to the sain t3 not to tako rest or sleep until I have revenge on you Ned answered by a contemptuous laugh and whirling on his heel went hack to the lady who was trembling with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ me deeply m lovo j tnoy halted for a moment in a breezy canyon a dozen h iM nly surrounded them Ned made a fight and shot one of his assailants and mortally wounded anoher before he was over powered In the leader of these mountain bandits he recognized Manuel Godena I told you that I would not rest until I had revenge accursed Americano Now Isola ho hissed But tho girl giving her horso the rein broke suddenly through the ranks of the men who surrounded her for they had not taken tho trouble to secure her and set off at a mad gallop closely pursut d by four or five of tho banditti But there was not a man In Cblll who could rido with Isola Mondez and as they passed out of sight all could see that she was gaining rapidly and A cry of rago was likely to escape burst from the lips of Godena Now ten thousand curses on tho I meant that sho girl ho cried should witness my punishment of her Yankee lover but at least we have him secure Placo him against the rock there with his hands and lest bound Make him fast so that he can not fall down Tho men obeyed and Godena dis- Â¬ mounted with a pistol in hand held in his place by his bonds looked him boldly In tho face Advancing a pace tho miscreant aimed at him changing his aim from time to time to dStress the prisoner But Nod did not give tho slightest sign of fear At last the pistol exploded and the ball toro through tho fleshy part of his shoulder One said Godena producing anI am going to hit you other pistol on the other side Again he fired and the other shoul- Â¬ der was torn by the ball You black hearted hound cried Ned If you think to wring a single cry from me you are mistaken Go on savage complete your bloody work Godena with the grin of a fiend took two other pistols from the hands of ono of tho mon Again he fired intending to piorcc tho arm of tho young sailor but this time he missed Poor practice Try said Ned again my dear fellow Tho fourth pistol cracked and Nod gave a start and shiver for his left arm had been pierced Godena was very angry for in spite of tho torture he had not been able to wring a groan from the gallant young man Reloading his pistol carefully be stepped close to his prisoner and again touched him with tho muzzle of tho cocked pistol over tho heart upon tho forehoad and every vi- Â¬ tal part but he did not flinch Why dont you end It you cowardly dog cried Ned I will end it replied Godena step- Â¬ ping back a single step Thus Manuel Godena avenges himself Ho raised the pistol in his right hand to a lovel with tho heart of the prisoner and was about to pull the trigger when a rifle cracked on the mountain sldo above them and Manuel Godena shot through tho heart fell upon his face dead At tho same time a score of stock Â¬ men and rancheros hased down the can- Â¬ yon and the bandits turned In flighpur M i by tho herd riders led by Senor Mendez Then Nod fainted from loss of blood and when ho came back to life his bonds had been removed and ho lay upon tho green sod his head pillowed upon the knee of Isola Mendez Do not movo Yo she said softly te ame Ilovoyou Ned Wilton recovered from his wounds but not soon enough to sail in the Vesper Indeed he never left Chili and is now a rich ranchero and tho name of his wife was once Isola Mendez Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ATK of a man In real HI man would probably bo abtagi A Witty Account of tho Inhabit Â¬ bang ants of Staje Land Some of the Curou tlwbita and Ciitoa of the St ige llern tho Stage HeroÂ¬ ine the Comic Man ami the Stage- - Feasant ry TirZEVI- jC ikf ttss B uW 4 i R IV i 1 E K MUoMK e for THK COMIC i ish h i JT w porary Urli means of is an accredited Brat r h him She sits 01 the table and smosfl not a particular y cigarette A IjTirette on thr facontem Â¬ V nfamy tad we have no In real rette ism Mr er ali mark of the partic re or not and harmless individual It 1 v iladelpbia a rep- ativo Irit- - 1IXf and buriel at an early per stage tbeJH remem ire hearted boy in a land which abounds ere the deir of rk Twain with j has dragged I Mr Jerome The mln lcry down M short cla t only In the of manner But behind the cigarett on the st How and M Ilany but in S Thr e Me la ned woman The adv- ntir s is generally of liernanl Iar-- eign extraction They do not makeB women In Kngland th following eholee bits fur the amusement al mannfati- tlrely of has to be impo- Hi nerally speak ing ail mi e a heroii and have a sofa so Tosursj and low v 1 timid happy The stap- hero never has any work to a seiii He is always hanging almut and do lublc His hief aim in e hts life h and all in al emt ten sc o never omnittd and if he can middle do it itrj all thimrs up wih a corpse in some It most If rea- pli a com for rwcmlc In rjlaysi I feels Ls day has not been wasted alwaj He has pesh and repent they die Bepentancn a Jf of language calculated to strike stage seems to be one of he l ravest heart It danp- ean be to grand tiling to hear him illyrapcing with Our a the villain always entif If you -- nine v able for i 1 1 the ccntr hiph state of cultivation and f anor house wpoa The boa than one story hirh but it makes up in st iff over the porch what it la an 1 000T1 s a very pu Th man ldnt think it to leak at him but you wait till the bcroim f how B ample T pr En J4 vail agn1 - Ilelp d Ob o four pts to run him in Then two a hired ruffians and are about his rifrhtinjr - Th they bump ea weight If he k men with one Mow ii cm Be lie like my sol 01 -Il- Whv e-Uoa be fears that ho wottcVta why this hind him when he v - own wav of n from begin and timid her ha ard he takes hold achnicnt down Me aa of as must H t in4 KxplnautioD from a well- known mr lie and both went intopraetuv In N York Ono was a bright fellow and bard worker and a modest man the oth r a man of showy parts and not vn to overwork latter soon secured a handsome prac Â¬ tice The nnd when malinfr call um his classmate How is it J tiat 30 remarked never worked in school who of en came t me for over knotty mat- Â¬ ters which ri J admit ted all aj str tcd h while I am not ye earning a Hvin 1 Â¬ A Medir tl M Two men r she let you kt undeniably a hard one B and Her life is We all re want to her never has troabi would inf heroine only I an h He find i I am a pptng Im a Iks behind her nd en of murder v fetcbe side He Sle him in found him an ever and a heart and p of hi r aint H hit I - S f a -- to yo Sri u hun- - eighty at lea it ing tho eighty whilo you aro attending to the tw3nty wise men Brrnssrlch Me Telejrri h - pertm Physicians aad Sargetns RlCllMOKD J MirB rii ii fear Let me escort you safely from this You are hardly safe place he said hero n m en II W Main blKMftasure street over Valiace Rices j The Latest Styles in Goods and Make lerrH Al E AILTZ In H YSICIA N A ND S URGEON Kentucky RrfciiMOND m oe iin a Ija 1 IjR J SX W Main Street It Hollaing ap siairs Burnam - 4 J M BLACK A LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODSi Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion cJ I ori 1 B inr PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 26- liKI Horse Ky HAS HOOKER l E T ERIN A R Y S URGE ON GREAT REDUCTION IN SPRING GOODS - sH 1 N i GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a llurliani boildlcu Uiclimoud iKPrCE Kr ax office Dll- 4- Ttqtt T JjJLvl i I I 30 J popular day by day PALACE HOTEL pair guaranteed flSave L KLEIN Limestone G DHUJJIO d TT 01701 Tnis new an excellent 250 shoe is equal t auy 350 shoe It grows more and more Every Everybody likes it that tries it For men and women money by calling on Proprietor 0 Strtat 0pp LEXINCTON k 0 Depot KY W- - A IN FOAL Madison T- POWELL 5 4 Well Lighted kvd Vkwtilated 4 YAZOO It RECORD CJentrally RATES 2 GOOD BAR ATTACHED Located 227 ICut Rates on Saw Files INCH FLAT MILL FILE INCH TAPBR 1ILK 6 INCH FLAT FILL J INCH TAPER FILE jjjj INCH TAPER FILE We are privileged by the 8 S BROTHER TO YUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE 8ccnU We offer the Mrriees of YAZ00 and 250 per Day for the season of i8 County Kentucky at at Silver Crtek iocents scents --5tF0RTY Mc DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COL1 - City Lots for Sale find J ftr iK Yazco is by stands at S30 Mares ko t and tried ocherwise when coil is kmled Will take day grain fei if desired it reasonable rate enti or escates hut will not be iesiiisihle for either Zarold sire of Hani S 203 1 and 26 more 230 performers with i manufacturer of the fix e Files cents cents to re Elr I liavo a few Mi Msh ifMi Ktree1 try ated M hili liiK grmiitd ami are Ih- are i u by in foal Tind Yjiki 22- record 21 il thirty two moie in 230 list Y0SXJ Portia flsm of Voltaire record 2204 and bire of Ikssimcre en 22t trial Iortiou record 235 and sire of Minnesota Krcord 2 Con-4jidara of onsuela trial ryi1 o4 in England 0 mile record in by MamtrinO Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Yoltigei r trial of Yuba IT We extend this name Iimj nilrely eatiefactory turtxauij to our customers anl mill return the price paid guarantee W First G Chid ocateu J Thorn 218 20 RACKET STORE ONLY Door Above Ky Bank Farmers Richmond 4- 5mtmummiamstmmmmmmKUKKiKtKBmESBKaBewememu a pacer Thanks senor That man Is my sousln and this morning he undertook to escort me to the house of my uncle who has a cattle ranch over yonder But when we reached this place he aeized me and swore that he would carry me to the haunt of the bandit Rosas and there keep me until I promised to marry him He is a land pirate said Ned and deserves keel hauling if ever a man did I do not understand that senor But said the girl with a merry smile I shall be your debtor forever If you will go with me to my uncles house said I am qulto at your service but I dont know tho Ned gallantly way you wish to go This way senor She struck into a forest path after a glance at tho manly faco of the Yankee sailor That glance was enough for it showed her that she was absolutely safo with him no matter where she might choose to go An hours ride brought them to an opening and on tho slope of the tablado before them they saw a fine ranch surrounded by buildings and corrals and ciutle This is the place Senor Amcricapo Will you not come to tho nhe said house and let my un io thank you I dont want any lhank3 for an act which no iuan couli havo refused to perform but I will go in Will you give me your BUM Mine is Edward Wiltoa and I am second msto on the brig Vesper And mine is Isola Mendea I remember you senor I danced with you at the fandango at Valparaiso last week They entered tho house and were met h Senor Mendez tho uncle of Isola lie heard her story and thanked tho young American warmly for tho part he But Ned stopped him had performed It annoys mo to be thanked for so tilight a service said Ned Please do not say any thing nioro about It I will try and thank you in soma other way senor said tho ranchman Now you must make a stay warmly with mo If your business will allow it and I will try and malce it pleasant for you I will havo a week of liberty on chore said Ned and then I must bo cff I accept your invitation with pleas-se-no- r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 4th 1 it tl1- - he above ped Harold IJelmimt Mambri- suerbly bred owi YaZOO to ich illnstrion ires Yolande ire and great grand are illustrious matrons with a pacing thorough- Address us at Silver CeeU Madison county Ky Three or four days passed pleasantly the ranchero doing hu best to invent ng American he grooud 9cBook now open BRYANT CO STRATTON Business College Isola was a pleasant companion and family in Dover N J who have long been missing valuables were amazed a day or two afo to find them in tho secret nest of a pet Among the artilcs which the bird had appropriated were two gold thlm tortoise shell comb scarf pins spools of sewir iver lace and a watch The goose had a trick of knocking at the door in quest of edible dainies and on being admitted and petted would seek a sunny corner of tho room and dcze When left alone it began its purloining operations It was bid in the stolen time piece vith its other treasures when uncovered Awful Counequoucoi of Impetuosity Emersonia my daughter Inoulred the stately matron why did Mr Brod welgh leave so early last evening Have you and ho quarreled THE STWK IIKKO IS A ACRY PUWIJJfn Mamma replied Miss ITowjames J1AN Mr Brodwcigh kissed me last evening with such unseemly vehemence that ho servitude en his wedding morn bo disarranged my spectacles I have dis- Â¬ escapes for a peri l froai a danger that might well appall a rl nate bride missed him forever And the proud Boston girl pale but groom times aba stage heroine has a sternly resolute turned again to her to be mistaken for volume of Aristotle and a deep decor- Â¬ brother We never come across a ous classically Bostonlan stillness per- Â¬ a lover vaded the apartment Chicago Tribune brother and 1st r in real life who ever gave the most napiciotM person any Curative HUerr fToonds for mi t ir thcra for lovers Mr Connell Kathle dear but the stage bt Mrs Connell Pf what s botherin yeir affectionate thai the rror excusable Mr Connell Tell mo wanst more intake dors occur Ad whi how th ould pig died phin Ol was away rnd s in suddenly and at me wor rk and raves he Mrs Connell Sure Oivo told yes a tousan times alriddy silly cuckoo its only riy brother Mr McConnell Lavo me hear it agin That would be simple ar i Ol hov a chinder in me eye from th and would not ut rie stage heroine gas house an Oi want t cry it out o Nc oe all in ber power to at all Judge make every body believe it is true to Ought to Come Higher that she can suffer in silence Enterprising Manufacturer T will She does so love to suffer raise tho offer Madam to S5000 Re He follows the hero all over the world member all I ask is the use of your This is rough on tho hero name What makes him so gone on the hero Ilositating Prima Donna I hardly Is that when they wore boys together know what to say If it were soaps or tho hero used to knock bim down and complexion powder I should accept the kick him The eomic man remembers offer in a moment but but 1 am not this with a glow of pride when he is quite suro whether corn salve Is equally grown up and it makes him love the er proper Suppose we say 810000 hero and determine to dovotc his life to Chicago Tribune him lie is a man of human station the Terrible Privation comic 1iin The village blacksmith or I reelect very well said the 1 see a rich or able man when tho high water at man on the stage Faducah in M kept mo a prisnor fur three days on tho ridgepole of a barn lowly c What did you live on grandfather and wi inquired ono of the interested liftle or yoe audi All them three days children said i shuddering at the of hi recollection I lived on water ChicaA I lingering v of language and She baa nre t a wonderful gift of metaphor and II more forcible han elegant and this smar might be rather trying in a wif under ordinary cin umstanoT3 But as the ro is sentenced to ten years penal thar You t He and then her infant goes stunner anker I call you a y ma now v You boss I Ah I an j o Your mot ilk Anl ing about upon each mutual ah in an adit In the mid M011 and n- - serted Every man or woman finds a fit use for paste When it ts looked is nine times out of ten unfit to The New York Journal five recipes for lasting paste A trar mucilage of great tenacity may by mixing rice flour sith cold w letting It simmer gently over t Another way Is to dissolve a at fal of alum in a quart of waft cold stir in as much dour as will the consistency of thick cream c ly beating up all the lumps t half a teaspoonful of powdered Pour on the mixture a teacup of water stirring it welL Wbei comes thick pour In an earthen Cover and keep In a 300 place needed for use take a portion an it with warm water It will last If you wiah to havo a odor stir In a few drops of oil of green or cloves Tletaa Free SUtrhrn Since the establishment of the free kitchens the number of drun I is said to hare greatly diminished medical profesaion testify to eaonj improve men in the health of the classes Detwafwaaenta of the atoaaJ formerly the meat frequent eases tal ana hospitals have decreased to I third of the number oi ten yean aifJ V- I I it A gives father who is proud of his ehik takes tho following challenge Bkttox RirxiK Hancock Con in the country a similar amo year old child that can speU ec better that any boy or within the 0f Han i it publicity He will wagei that he has a pair of 3 year old t that can defeat any twins of iihli County or th hinrrr 001 hut started A T S BRON0TON- - T S BURNAM sear Ned was very sorry whe f drew Womans ii LOUISVILLE KYf oally fthroud has had 000 FINEST LINE rt tt LHtE TO THY ARDWARE STOYESi wore end Cutlery D TOWN O IXSIDERING THE TRICE BY I kad row mht it not be A useless burden and a care ad might it do convey to me A sense of sorrow and degpairt rem possible wealth would not swell The happiness of saoh as I Might not play the rich man well Bat yet I Wouldnt mind to try ft some day fame should bunt me up And sing my praises everywhere Would Joy or sorrow fill my cup Would skies be overcast or fair Would I not faint to see my name la burning letters placed on high Tva modest quite but lust the same I feel as though rd like to try If some fair maid should all her love J Upon my lonely heart bestow As gentle stars that shine above Look down upon the earth telow Would life perfection seem to me Or would I sometimes sadly sigh From wedded bondage to be free Well anyhow Id like to try Chicago Htrald came la iaah It of course It waTlio food and Dad was mad He went around t Smitherss office and con Â¬ fronting him tore the check into a hundred pieces and threw them into his face Tjeu reaching into his vest pocket he extracted five 100 bills and tossing them on to Smlthers desk exclaimed Here my poor man take these and buy dinner and stalked out of the offce Smlthers sent the bills back the next day and DT gave thorn to a missionary society in St Louis Back in the fifties Dad made St Â¬ to get home ex- Â¬ claimed Mrs Hawkes joyously as she Oh Joseph bis headquarters It was during the gold fevor in California and of course the city was filled with adventurous spirit The ono hotel that is of any pretensions was the Pacific House which is still standing and this is per haps one of tho most famous hotels in the land to day On the second floor of the Pacific House Dad and a partner Â¬ Â¬ AN OLD RIVER GAMBLER Incidents In the Life of Daddy Reagan the Sport I Ml FITZPATRICK CO Fortusma Tf on at Cards and Ixat In 8po- aUtlon He Foaght for a Girl TTlio Boca an Bis WifeHer Bad End bu FF BUSH PERFECT RANGE J ARRY A LARGE LINE OF BACK BANDS ILL CLOSE JULY 15TH 1890 i I Sam B Reagan was born in Russcll vllle Ky sirty two years ago His father was a clergyman and was prom- Â¬ e the 1ALB CHILLED SI EEL FLOW which we believe inent in his section Sam was the oldest t plow made Buy it try it and you cant deny it We son and was well educated for a boy of those days in that somewhat unsettled die the region Bis father was a man of some wealth and among his possessions were several thoroughbred Kentucky horses In these animals Sam found his irreatcst delight and as a boy he soon became a clever horseman and noted throughout the vicinity as a daring rider and an ex- Â¬ is 1he best Sulky Plow in the market and the MOIIXK pert judge of horseflesh It was but natural that his taste TONGUE AND TONGUKLE8S CULTIVATORS should turn towards tho turf and before ho was out of his teens bo had adopted tho life of a professional turfman 3 Shrewd at a bargain ho is said to have made several thousand dollars with tho Is the best made we carry a large stock of them few horses he owned before ho had at- Â¬ No sir I did not dare turn my tained his majority But bad luck came to him soon aftor and ho was soon seen head long eaough in that game sir Dad wa s a very nervy man and at the gaming tables When twenty two strong as a lion In those days thoro years old he linked his fate as a gam bler with an old professional named ivas a notorious character called Platte He was born and Ho and Morton ran up and Purchase Pete Morton down on the Mississippi river steamers raised in this section of Missouri occasionally getting over on the Rod ind was a typical Western terror He COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES AND LINES river boats and many adventures befell was a terror simply because ho had al Dad during all those years Back in aormally well developed vocal organs nd no one dared to dispute his right to 1652 Dad came to St Joseph then Aii1 everythiiiiz neccwry to hitch up Also full sets ot the title of reigning terror of St Joe un- Â¬ the gateway to tho Far West A gamo Tho Urst story told of Dad is of a til he ran up against Dad gamo of poker ho had with a man was in progress ono night and Platte named Edgctonji fly gambler on tho Purchase Pete walked Into tho rooms nd began to create a disturbance Tho steamer Ea Belle Creole while on a run players paid little attention to blm and so Now Orleans Dad was a square this irritated Pete Walking up to Ho cover stooped to trickery sport Dad ho reached down and taking up while the man Edgeton was directly tho opposite in his methods of play Thoro the pile of culpa that stood before tho was a big jack pot and every one but veteran gamblor stopped back a fow Dad Edgoton and Dad had dropped out paces and hurlrd them at him The amount of money in the pot is not laid down the cards which ho was deal- Â¬ stated but it was sufficient to excite ing and slowly walking up to Fete Dad had a full hand and grasped hirr by tho back of tho neck both men the CELEBRATED BUCKEYE REAPERS and MOWERS kept raising each raise made by his op-Â¬ ind ran him towards the window Lift- Â¬ S and ponent who 6at opposite to him There ing tho six loot terror ho opened tbo We keep or hand for inspection a number of WA i was a call and Dad lay down his window and dropped him out The fall that roll the pikes LOAD hand while Edgoton dropped four acos was probably sixteen foot and a broken on the table and started to rako in the leg was the csult Pete was so morti fied by this disgrace that as soon as ho pot As ho did so a fifth ace was ex posed in bi left band Quick as a recovered from tho effects of tho fall ho flash Dad whipped a revolver from his started West and never returned Dad visited Asia South America pocket and firing knocked the illegitvnd imate piece of pasteboard from tho and Mexico In 73 ho came back to St gamblers hand Then discharging his Joseph and proved himself to bo worth Colts revolver twice in rapid success- S93000 Ho invested heavily in Kansas ion he pierced both of Edgoton8 ears ind Nebraska lands but his investments with a bullet The wounded man drew proved disastrous He tried to found a an old fashioned pistol and fired the town in Kansas but chose a poor site Dad6 brow and injuring and lost money In 78 he left again ball grazing hut came back in SO and opened a big Ho reached over tho tahim seriously saloon tho handsomest in the Southble and taking tho money and chips winnings into his pocket and west Hcptt every cent ho had into put the Main Street Richmond Ky then fell to the floor of tho cabin un- Â¬ this place but it was no go and be was left almost a beggar Bad luck claimed conscious him then and never relinquished its In 1S on tho Crescent City a planthold er named Ross living near Knoxvillo When old Daddy died about the last T nn waon his way up the river from human relic of tho early rivor days Now Orleans where be had been soiling He had with him passed away N Y World some of his products lTJAnrTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAIN S1K000 and S20000 in cash and between TCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF Ross had got into a game with Dad MIXED UP -n drinking heavily and was in no condition to play tho cards Ho was III Hi and ready to bet bis pile on a Why Mrs Hawkos Doesnt Ad- Â¬ mire Strang1 Babies Any More pair of deuces But such men were con- Â¬ sidered the legitimate prey of tho river SNT she pretty gamblers and Dad was not reluctant John dear Doesnt in pulling in tho shekels of the ine- Â¬ sho look exactly briated planter In an hours time Dad ad every cent of tho vSOXO and then like a little rose-bud Ross realized what he had done There was no getting tho money back On tho Shes well enough answered ttamers money won at poker was as tho young husband square as money made by tho legal sale with provoking in- Â¬ of property Rcss arose from the ta- Â¬ difference ble his eyes bloodshot and his face hag- Â¬ Well enough gard said he you have Well old man mimicked Lilia in now every cent I have in the world a laughing vexa and I have a wife a mother and several John children That money was to pay oil Hawkes you really tho debt on my plantation but it lsgono dont deserve to own a Ilvo baby and they must starve But you won it square and Im not kicking Say good Â¬ you dont inded Very probably I dont said Mr bye to them for mc and as ho said Hawkes shouldering a stack of carpot those last words he put his hand around PACIFIC RAILWAY JHICAGO ROCK ISLHO bags baskets and shawls to his back pocket Theres tho Dad and others divining his inten- Â¬ whistle come along and toll that ig- main linee branches and extensions East anrl West of tho tion sprang forward but too late A sleepy nurso girl of yours to look sharp l River To ail points East North and Northwest from Kansas Rock It land Davenport Dcs Moines Cfcicagrj and via ALBERT bullet had crashed through his skull if she expects to get a seat IUTE to Spirit Lnke Pipestone Worthineton Sioux FeUs Wevr- Of course it was a matter of some con and ho sank down on tho floor dead Minneapolir St Paul and intervening- towns and cities it is tlio Dad had his body taken to an under- Â¬ tiderable time to stow Mrs Lilia Hawkes Cincinnati direct route In connection with lines from St Lou s TiUe Nashville and Eastern and Southern points converging takers at Memphis and accompanied tho safely away with her baby her shawls i City it also constitutes corpso to the plantation Ho attended her novels and her nurse and by tho SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM the funeral and Bill Harding an old time John had established himself Lilia says g3vo tho widow interrupted him with a littlo ecstatic friend of Dads THE MISSOURI RIVER every cent he had won from Ross Then scream mmoti vast areas of the richest farming and grazing lands in the forming the speediest most popular ana economical system oi he went back to Memphis caught the Oh John what a lovely baby Dont and sections In Kanaas Col- ortation to and from all citrus towns Reclining next boat and continued gaming Dear she look like our littlo angel Chair Car3 between and tne Indian Territory FREE City and Caldwell Hutchinson and DodiG City and Pullman It must have been about this time dear how p teously she cries to be e Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita end Hutchinson hat Reagan met the girl that ho sure afterwards made his wife Like all tho said Mr Hawkes in Sure enough MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS other incidents of his life it was a ro- Â¬ an abstracted sort of manner ngali competitors In splendor of equipment cool in summer warmed un irorn tne locomotive in winter wen veniunwu nuu ni- uuiu mantic meeting courtship marriage and But Lilias overflowing maternal sym Â¬ parting According to Bill Hording pathies wero roused ltheaet with dopant Day Coaches Pullman Palace Eieupers and nd Bill is the only sport left who I could quiet her Susan bring the chning Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Colorado SprriS ana Pueblo making stops only at import mt ln knows the story of Dads life he met little love here ag stations In Kansas and Colorado Supero Dining Hotels ateon- the girl in this way It was in a house The care worn mother of seven up-Â¬ stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious meals anuble hours and at moderate prices in New Orleans that they first saw each roarious little travelers looked up in other She was a French girl possiblj some surprise as Susan OReily clumsily ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LIKE a Creole and was young and pretty took the screaming infant from its nest Cascade Gren sanitary nitou Pikes Peak the Garden cf the Gods camps and cities Mountain The night they met was her first night of cushions by hor side but Lilia softly dabo Springs th9 mountain narks mining hunting- and Chine- grouiidt and ecemc attrictonsol Colorado away from homo She could not have uttered modern improvement itibule Exre s Trans are quipped with every luxurious enjoyment Excuse me maam but you have so been more than twenty years of ago and id an add to safety convenience co r uoiorauu uu luiuu at larmni cities iwrr Bill who knew hor says ho never saw many to attend to and 1 should so like in therDenver andrtnnnGrange Color Midland Union Pacific Rio with a moro modest timid or beautiful womau to hold her fot a few minutes Texas and Fori Worth and ali Waatern Trail I do actually believe shed be glad to in his life Ticket Map month yi or further desired uilorm uon aaaress A man made an improper remark to get rid of it thought indignant Lilia Two babies as I live Halloa JOHN SEBASTIAN her and tho girl cried out in her shame JOHN Dad sprang for ejaculated Jot n nawkes looking up in and mortification Oenl Ticket f sat V sssatat CHICAGO Where on earth did ward and knocking down tho man who some surprise had his arms about her stood to protect the other ono come from whispered Lilia Hush sh h her from further insults The man arose and he and his friends attacked holding up her pretty finger with a Dad and a desperate fight ensued warning gestu e And absorbed in these puzzling and from which Reagan emerged victorious although suffering from a knlfo wound not altogether agreeable meditations That night ho married her and the next Mr John Haw Ices dropped into a fever Â¬ TENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT day they boarded a steamer and went up ish slumber and dreamed that his one Dad idolized her and sho haby bad suddenly transformed itself the river worshiped him On the trip down howinto a whole orphan asylum full ever the parting came They bad a When he waked up with a nervous quarrel and Dad ca3t aspersions re- Â¬ start it was quite dark save for the garding hor character before he mado swinging shilling glare of the lamp The following stakes and purses her bis wife Broken heartod she ran overhead and Lilia was softly murmur- Â¬ to tho side of the boat and threw herself ing some eradl song while Susan with into the river Her body was found the other little ono found asleep in her On the fourth arms was nodcing harmoniously to the floating down the stream TO BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR finger of tbe left hand was a plain gold jolting of the Melton roared theiron lungod con- Â¬ ring and it is this ring that Dad as PURSES he lingered betsroca Hfo and death in ductor putting his head into the car three lu window and drawing it back again as if tho hospital twirled so constantly XL3HG LZA soo o toe Tho biggest gamo Dad was ever he had seen a wild beast after the man Â¬ b heats To 3 vearolds 350 Ot in said old Bill Harding was in St ner of conductors To 4 vear olds 1 400 c said Lilia Here we are Susan oc Louis in 1S09 when the old follow To voo clas 5 year oldt STAJSBS For carried away S000 in cash and checks eagerly take the poor little pet back To 233 class 500 00 added b Association eau and some 514000 in I O Us and promis- Â¬ to its mother stay give me the baby To 2 2J class 7 two in three sory notes I dont know all about that first Dear me John she has gone To M 3 chits any nomi Never mind never mind said John sitting nor bow ho struck it so rich but lal to I do know that it was so A number of hurriedly take the little basket and the ix paiu OfV on ca preceding r tho most prominent men in St Louis striped shawl quick if you dont want c to ciart all pu to ft purses are to be divided wero in tho game ono of them named to be carried or to Allenville The I believe who was largely in But John - rule of the Oh fiddlesticks ejaculated tbo por terestod in tbo Granite Mountain Mines ry wealthy Ono man Smlthers I turbed husband there comes Susan nihed on application ad paid Dad a now with your baby I think was his Its all right I we are and here i tell y r us with the car- - LOWS PLOWS The members of the sporting fraternity in St Louis have already raised a large sum of money towards a monument to Daddy Reagan When he died in a hospital recently the career at one of the most famous American gam blers came to an end Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Injun Plow MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL named Cummings Deaoon Cummings ho was cjillod ran a gambling joint Among Iteds patrons were two of tho most famous characters of early days tho Thompson brothers--Colone- l Broad Jus Thompson and Old Jeff Thomp- Â¬ son or the Fire Eating Tarantula as he was often called Jeff was tho man who tore down tho stars and stripes from the court house there in 01 and when hedged in with his regiment by the Yatikxss wrote orders like Na Â¬ poleon in blank verso and doggerel Colonel Broaddus and Dad were warm friends Broaddus would borrow a few dollars from some ono who didnt know bini well buy a drink for tho rovd and then steer straight for Dads rooms where the chances wero he would lose every cent in a few min- Â¬ utes It was Broaddus who first sprung tho joke that has been attributed to Senator Vent Senator Stewart and about every living statesman and will be at- Â¬ tributed tj future public characters probably Broaddus had been sitting in a game lost all he had and went iown into tho hotel office His lonff beard was cf a delicate ecru color bcincr saturated with tobacco juice A friend said to him Colonel how did you get all that on your beard By expectoration sir by expectora- Â¬ tion And was it necessary to expectorate in your whi ikors Yes si it was Could you not have spit in tho s rAGON Vfc HARNESS HANDLE JVlI KINDS OF rning and Garden Implements Tin Rooflmg a Specialty ff C Â¬ u see our Goods and Prices and we will Â¬ Â¬ FITZPATRICK CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - rStBal Â¬ mm ordinary brooms brnsneslor sauegees THE HAY CROP Jack usually succeeds in knaklng things tolerably clean Seme Seasonable Hints far Catting- - Carina f into port and But if the ship is com and MtaoklDf Etc tbe captain wishes the leeks to look There are thousands of tons of hay particularly white Jack must go down wasted by careless stacking and im- Â¬ on his hands and knees ind scour the proper covering but tens of thousands deck with all the vigor cf la charwoman of tons are wasted and trampled under holy Â¬ feet by careless and improper feeding A with certain artiolee called stones Now holystones awe not treas- Â¬ little over a year ago an Iowa farmer sent ured fragments of some classjical shrlno to the Orange Judd Farmer a skotch and but common looking pieoosof sandstone description of a rack to feed hay which about the size of a brltck and it was illustrated in its columns He says is not too much to say tthat poetry I havo used such a rack for several abandons the nautical mliad when years and I think it is the very bost I tho holystoning prooess becotnes neoes have used or seen dcscrllxid and much sary The operation is always long and superior to the one illustrated in this laborious and tho only respitio Jack has journal a few weeks ago as I know by from this odious task is in polUshlng tar actual experience with both But I nished brass work or being ordered aloft have hit upon what I consider a better to tttend to some troublesonao sail or scheme in feeding hay and that is a bit oi running gear Consequently by hay stack rack illustrated herewith eight oclock when he is relieved by tho Build your rack before you stack your forenoon watch he has had Sufficient hay It is best to build It so as to make breakÂ¬ a fence where tho cattla do not have exerciso to got up an appetite fast such as Is rarely oqualea or sur- Â¬ access to answer for one sido Then EXCUSK ME MAAM passed by any thing human build your rack on the other sldo and came dancing into tho bright little par-Â¬ I This moal year in and out consists of ends according to tho size of stack lor It is worth a jrwrney any time a liberal supply of a hot blacku bever Â¬ have seen somo with rack all around John to learn to appreciate your own age called coffee which is storwed to but think that this is moro costly and home properly distraction and sweetened if at all unnecessary Why yes It is rather snug said Mr with molasses Then there is a ships Place good heavy posts a seven feet Hawkes rubbing his hands and looking bread porridge or burgoo and a long two and a half f ct In the ground complacently around the room lobscburso species of hash called and eight or ten feet apart Put short And babv has been so good all the which nobody but a hungry sailior was braces on tho insido of each post not time bless mammas own littlo dark ever known to successfully digest eyed angel Give her to mamma Susan Jack however is providentially no epiAnd oh John John g F Vl cure but a gastronomic genius wlho dis- Â¬ What the deiioe is the matter patches every thing to satisfy an otrganio ejaculated Mr Hawkes stopping short craving with goatlike facility and relish in his lulxu- - of unlocking a portmanteau He then fills bis pipe spins yar ns or Why its the yellowed eyed baby as returns to his unambroslal bunk for a And where nap while his shipmates the forenoon sure s Im a living siniier Stop screaming Lilia watch are busy making things snig on is little Lily and answer me It isnt possible it deck and aloft Indeed It would bo cant be he added with a sort of gasp difficult to say what the foreseen 1TAY STACK FiKI HACK that Susan brought out the wrong watch will not find to do for muciU de-Â¬ snown in engravng to prevent the baby pends upon tho state of the weatherj stock from pushing it in when reaching Susan burst into a doleful howl at But yards must be constantly trimrnod Spike two two inch planks this stage of affairs terminating in dis- Â¬ according to the direction of tho wHnd for hay bottom mal wail sails furled and running gear locked b one foot wide around the or good Sure sir an wasnt it as dark as a after and in addition to a seamans Then bolt a 4x4 inch pleco ic wolfs mouth so it was and the child regular duties of setting and shorten lng heavy polo above tho top of planks two or two and a half feet according to tho her all bawl in and it is meself couldnt sail thoro is always plenty of sail tell the ono from tother Sure sir an it mcndlng rope splicing spar scrapl ng size of tho stock as full grown cattlo a larger spaco than calves aint my fault oiling varnishing and painting to do to will require Oh my baby my baby screamed say nothing of tho dirty work of tarring or young stock This rail is necessary poor Mrs Hawkes wildly wringing hor tho standing rigging and ropes occa- as cattle aro very Uablo to box ono rack and falling on my nreciou birdling hands together sionally Then every man must take another into the found at onco will got their backs if not Oh John what shall are his turn or trick at tbe whoel whih killed as I know by actual experience answered Mr Hawkes Telegraph is always a monotonous and extremely evon after they wero dehorned they bneclncUy dangerous duty in bad weather would force a weaker animal into tho lint will thft bringher hick aster Well at 1130 the men who composed manger Let your cattlo just cat tho Lilia with a vstu Idea or hor infant tho morning watch aro called to a hay from the stack making them eat it It - j an en voiMi and fordinner of hot pea soup boiled pork and as near tho bottom as possible and then warded per special messenger twenty a baneful plcco of meat that no argu- Â¬ throw out the refuse that accumulates ment will ever convince Jack is any in feeding flvc cents to collect I mean to telegraph on to Allenvillo thing but army nrilo or horse which has throw it down from one end just Salt horse is as Then would if you were going to haul for of course those other people will died a natural death you stop there when they discover the ex- therefore tho namo bestowed by him on it to tho rack exposing no moro of tho I will go right on by tho very this tough pickled substance and ho change you can feed in two or throe thinks himself lucky whon It is followed stack than tho rack around tho sido next train weeks rill I too by plumduff or stickjaw pudding And of tho stack to tho top of tho planks Lilia clung convulsively to her hus- Â¬ This sumptuous repast is then washed as the stock are liable to pull tho hay down with copious draughts of coffee out and trample it under foot if piled bands arm Whats the use of your going my and aftor filling and smoking tho Inev- Â¬ up to tho railing Give them Just itable pipe onco moro Jac feels invig- Â¬ enough 10 they will clean it up well dear I could not stay at homo John I orated and happy and goes on deck as and before feeding again throw out all should be distracted Please please let ono of tho afternoon watch which re- Â¬ the rofuso Just as you do with your mc go lievos the forenoon watch at twelve horses mangers we will sup Â¬ Her piteous voice of appeal melted The afternoon watch If you havo good hay well stacked it employed on Mr Hawkes heat pose for brevitys sake is is a pleasure to feed it this way and an he said deck with duties of tho samo nature as easy Suit yourself my dear matter too Tho reason I think and get your things on quick I hope engaged tho forenoon watch and at this will cure you of dandling other peo Â¬ four oclock this watch is again changed So you see that generally speaking tho ples babies Lilia men have four hours on duty and four So Mr and Mrs Hawkes with the un conscious burden in their arms took hours off But if this took place with their hurried way once more toward the undevlating regularity it is evident depot that one set of men would always bo on Fortunately we are on time said duty during tho best part of tho night Mr Hawkes with a deep sigh of relief an arrangement that would bo manifestThe train for Allen ville is just going ly unfair In order therefore that ono A HEAP II VY SUED watch should not havo the long nights out The three miles between Allenville duty there are what we sailors call tho and Mel tor scorned perfectly interminadog watches These watches are tho this stack rack preferable to any other ble to poor Lilia racked with alternate hours between four oclock in the after- Â¬ is becauso it Is less labor and docs not waste so much if properly used In hopes and fears although the yellow- - noon and eight oclock in the evening Tho aftornoon watch accordingly go hauling iti to tho rack it baa to be below at four oclock and and come on pitched on tho wagon requiring ono man to build and then it has to bo deck at six when tboy havo two hours pitched on tho rack and tramped in In dog watch At eight oclock they go bo low again and thus by means of these this way it is fed at the bottom of tho dog watches the crew of a ship get al- Â¬ stack saving much unnecessary hand- Â¬ ling With good she tor plenty of ijood ternate nights of duty on deck Jack lives on a floating house of busi- hay and o or 4 ars of corn per day ness which is continually carrying him stock cattle will winter in good shape The money in hay lies in getting a into unexpected labors However in moderate weather every thing is usual- Â¬ larsre yield from a small amount of ly mado snug aloft between six and tend and in gcttin a rood article and eight oclock In the evening when taklnpr caro of It Oao the r fore needs Jacks work Is finished for tho day Ho a shed as It Ik S29eh better than a may then smoke bis pipe and sing his stack This need not bo an expensive tl Fivo tolcrii favorite song or shanty to his hearts atraetam content But if during the next few poles twenty foot long ciht f pet apart hours or in tho course of the night tho on each side with three in the middle barometer goes down and tho weather Hoof with boards Thi t will sulllco for looks ominous of a gale to windward ho an ordinary eighty acia farm There has to turn out of his snug corner in should be four or flvo feet of fall In tho tho forecastle at a moments notico roof and the twonty foot poles should set thrco or four feet in the grounl when ho bears the boatswain shout sire SFKANU OUT AMI HUSHED INTO TDK Now this is This at the moat should not cost over All hands shorten sail UsVUI twenty live dollars and If in a tlmbor one of tho worst features of Jacks life eyed infant 6lept quietly in her arms for nine chances out of ten it is blowing country where poles can bo had cheaply and the train flew along over tho iron great guns when ho gropes bis way up and a man does the work himself there on deck and crawls up the shrouds and need not be much expense outside the rails at a very crtdi table speed hundred feet of lumber which the Tho mor ont the cars slackened she you can form no Idea of tho perilous sprang out and rushed into the depot momentum of a vessels pitch until you roof requires like a wild creature spite of her hus- Â¬ havo been on her upper yards or jib HE LOST THE TRAIL boom trying to roof or furl sails in a bands detaining hand and voice A Yankees Adventure In tho New Very Lilia my lovo youll certainly be heavy sea isnt it nice A 4 V D RUFF VaasaaaaaaaaPNtA KENTUCKY CENTRAL 11 Â¬ BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington Cincinnati I SehttalF ib Eflrrt May So SOUTH BOUND Ex Sim Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington haJmoulh Lve tyntliiana Lve Arr Winchester Arr Km hniomi Arr iJMMaasar 1 lth 189tL 4 Daily So b Man 57 pai Â¬ fr ATCIIIKRJEWEUR UKAlEi IN Arr rarla 818 a 944 am 1037 a f 10 3io a iaoo 1 p an 1 saws p m 800 p m 1 pra feat p 017 pa 4 ai pa 205 p m P P 530 P i5S P P 520 p ra 35 55 o jo paa Watelie Clocks lve Jewelry Hilver and Arr Arr Special IKTCt ivinirton 35 Plated ware etc No 5 No NORTH BOUND Ex Sun Ki Sun 1 i attention given to Lve Iivlnaptton- - No 3 Dally lve Arr Keren K Â¬ SETTING DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOU8 BfUW Arr Winchester Arr Pans Lve Lve vntliiana Lve Kalmonth Arr Civil i Lve Laaeaatr Arr R Lve Kiehn 800 am 1025 am 1145 700 am 1000 a m 105 pm P TIZZ km 8 S3 SIr m REPAIRING Promptly done ami in a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Arr Cincinnati 300 145 315 402 535 pm pm pm P am t p am 4 J4 pat 913 am sa6 pm pm 1035 am 6jo pm 7 08 am 7 00 am 34 5 p at 8ij m MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve Cincinnati Lve Jps No 9 No 11 Diilly Dailr Ex Sun Ex San J 15 pm P Dont forget the place next door to the 1ost ofllce Kicbmond Ky 30- 700 a m - Arr Millersborg Carlisle JotniNon Mnysvllle ic15 a r53 am 3 ui am 843 am 34 am jo pm pm 6tta pn 6 p Tf3 pm 8 pm 3 s5 SO Â¬ AttTEH - II CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Â¬ SOUTH BOUND Lve Msysvllle CarlLsl DUlv Ex San Ex Sun 520 a m 649 a m a m 835 a ra 1035 am 0U5 a m T Nv Ihllv lu Johnson - Arr Fnrls Millersbarg SJ P 347 P 415 P jj2 i 5 pas pm Lexington Covington ind Cluclnoatl 14 fte pa 7 o pm Jpm -- j Â¬ cinnati nil tope No Rons daily from Lexington No 43 Run Sundays only acJ nake to Cin Leaves Lexington lib a 111 A rive Paris 1015 a ru Except Sunday lcinnatl Vh p m Arrive Faltuoutli7iu p in Except Sunday No 7 Leaves Kal month 00 a m Arrivea Cincinnati 7S a m Except Sunday No 7 s I and will ose New Fourth ftreet depot between John and Smith street after July TRAIN sTOTsPsJta i runs dally befween Lexington and Cincinnati No I runsjdaily between Cincinnati anil Lexington Nom 2 and make connections at Winches Â¬ ter for poliitv on the N iff 4 M V Ry IMPORTANT Trains of this lli nyw ar- Â¬ rive at and depart from the Central H i Â¬ Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for It is guarone hundred chickens anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Â¬ Â¬ nection for all polu is North East and Wast Through Tickets sold tnd nmammaj tckii to sJfiy point reached by a railroad For full particulars address ur call on any agent of the Company or W L MCNSON Trav FawTr Aft I lUIlllIlHBI O B MORSK tienl Pass S H E HLNTINtTON V Pres 4 F B CARR Agent Ki QenetaJ Office Chamlierof Cusaisurcii Build- niaklngron r Â¬ ing Cincinnati u dall- train Note that we now have services notn ways on unnaysielweeia Cin cinnati mii urxinxlou - du ALL RECORDS BROK EN With the change of time taking elect y i8 1SJ0 STOCKTON BROOKS The Solid YestibuU Trains OF THE DR RICE For ltoketStrtMeJy sstfl 13 yriri 37 Court Place now at Big Four Route Will be scheduled so as to pr Lie the best and quickest service eve- - Tered between the Â¬ Cure ill tovms of PRIVATE CHRONIC and SEXUAL DIS Â¬ EASES perw atorrhea ana Impotency rrrir totrtsg efltort Swwjoaiitrsav l -- atM WsWaVfuI NORTH SOUTE af Wat siTwi r I ID BsstMasj lmw -- DismtWMC benina MKatt mr Msf pf Iv 7 Kasladsma OV 0 Ihr - ibtMrc- - EAST The vC3ST ttorWT ad pcffca -n otiT t SYPHILIS - HL J fr rnuie at Gon01TllMA GLEKT Siri trj Orvkiu Henna ic isflsllH rQn Had HH priTU rllMauiM qvJcll- cvrtd 1 CuUvWJffia f Ucm Um of A t trwktm Scxaml Tmmm t BaciXj ff - - t i at Ikvit a pky wbs paw rI wHtrm lismii a it ni undertaton C Cures Gnpraxtcod in all IY jiy by muil or express anrvhrrv ni f rif When Klipsfw Ptslt KrDHVtaa fce CaMS The finest train in America equipped with an Elegant Dining car Service rur daily between turves rcawnatic m 1 cmTvpqtsW WtvT Kncity fr St Louis Cincinnati u tsisVawttUsaL Of WO rjrm eot PwsUi ii COUNSELOR PRIVATEmdalrtataki fr- 0k heT - A M - ra4 to e- -- F br alL t7ri I - New York F 3L Boston I a Will I J 2 I VIA THE C T WELL8 F B CAKR Gmi 4 Tack IT Gettnl a S tion in the heart of New York City from Landing passengers at Grand Centra killed New Houth tion - nk j- iso County Fair Association She broke from hini and was gono It was a close uncarpeted little room lighted by one or two flickering gas burners and furnished with wooden benches extending all around tho wall A fire burned like a red sullen eyo in a small cylinder stove and a sleepy ticket agent nodded behind tho aperture of his inclosed station no very Inviting prospect to the bewildered travellers Be sure enough there cat the mother of the seven noisy children in crumpled lionnct and travel stained garb com Â¬ posedly feeding her small flock with relays of biscuit sandwiches and heavy She looked up but she gingerbread neither sprang to hor feet nor extended her arms for the stray bantling return ing to her after such an odd fashion Oh I thought most likely youd bring her back was tho most calmly spoken greeting of this Spartan matron I supposed there was some mistake Youll find your child among those shawls on the bench yonder Mrs Hawkes laid tho strange baby in its mothers lap and flew like an arrow to littlo Lily tho petted child who never before knew a single instants neglect and who now lay with tear stained cheeks s aring piteously up at the flaming gaslights over head My sweetest she sobbed straining it wildly to her breast my precious recovered treasure And then why of course Mrs Lilia Hawkes went into hysterics The mother opened her eyes Deary mc I dont seo the sense of making such a fuss over a baby Just sprinklo her forehead with water shell come to fast enough Ill bo bound There shes all right now addressing her second hope Tommy if you dont stop teasing Marcus Aurelius Ill skin yo alive see f I HMOND KY SEPT 16 TO 20 I89O Â¬ 1 - in tho neighborhood of a group of tower Â¬ ing pines Swinging the lantern slowly around ho said Here wo aro stranger right on Mag- Â¬ nolia avenuo a flnestreet ono hundred feet wide Proceeding a little way further he re-Â¬ marked This is Rroad street an excel Â¬ lent thoroughfare for business purposes Just beyond is Highland avenue on FKED TUOlOn FOK CHICKS well ventilatd and easily cleanod out which are fine sites for privato resi It should rost on low runners so that it dencea stranger began looking The for these A pane of can easily bo moved about glass six by eight inches set in each sites but owing to tho darkness was un- Â¬ After stum- Â¬ Hide will admit liht enough an open Â¬ able to distinguish them bling on up and down ravines over ing tnreo inchos square at each end close under the roof and covered with stumps and other obstacles peculiar to moro than ono Southern metropolis the wire screou will supply ventilation guide again stopped and remarked with Such a coop eighteen inches square dont with run of tbo same size attached will somo hesitation This sir Is ah lot mo see I I An hour or two afterward when Mrs enable a hon to koep fifteen chicks com- Â¬ Hawkes sat once more by her own fortable as long as they need a coop If believe sir that is to say cuss it Ive bright fireside with Liiy nestling they are well made painted with min- Â¬ lost the trail flushed and rosy in her lap John eral paint and piled up under cover A ttllKKN ONE leaned good humoredly over her shoulwhen not in use they will last a life- Â¬ der to whisper in a half mocking tone time It is not a difficult matter to I say Lilia youll leave off petting make such coops and a single brood of strange babies in tbo cars now wont chicks raised in one of thcta will pay you for half a dozen Oh John answered Lilia what a Another thing that pays hi a trough How I to food the young chickens in Whether difference then is in mothers pity that poor littlo wretch with its six they are kept in brooders or with hens brothers and sisters and that hard in- Â¬ feed troughs like tho ono illustrated lifi4 herewith aro almost indisponsible as a different mother i wasnt it a joke though re Â¬ of preventing diseases cf tho to thiik we got mouth and throat Tho base and sumed Mr Hawkes aro inch board tha troughs on hold of tho wrong bi ton Globe each sido aro tin Over the ti oughs are afWStf SrKissslsssssrIanslasK wires which pass through tho centerJACK TAR AT WORK ffe piece aro bent downwarl and oxtend Jast What a Bailor Has to Do lach Day over the troughs far enough to prevent U on Ship Board Tho tnato of a square rigged mer the chictb from getting into tjom Tho chantman thus described the life of an engraving shows the fortu cf the able bodied seaman on a long voyage tronghi so plainly that almost any one After feeding the A can mako them to a New York Times reporter should bo rinsed out and kept sailor may be said to begin his days Say old follow I hear that you are Â¬ work with the morning watch at four perfectly clean which is an easy mat-Â¬ oinjr to marry a grass widow oclock when ho must turn out of his ter if attonlod to daily American AgVi narrow bunk in the focastle and tum- Â¬ riculturist Well by jove old fellow she must e an awfully grocn one ble up on deck prepared to scrub and Life An OM Chinese Maxln wash down decks which are always wore or less badly stained with salt agitated1 water and iron rust Plenty of water n ing purposes is always near at Â¬ FEED TROUGH An Excellent Device for Feeillne Chirks It pays to have a gooA dry comfort able house for young chickens whoher they are kept in brooders or unlcr hens No brooder that stands oussido in ail sorts of weather will keep little cbicka steadily warm and comfortable though a good ono will do it when placed in building Small chicks under the car of hens do well enough in common coops sot outiido during rlrv warm wnathor lint a wook of cold stormy weather invariibly inures and stunts ttiern to a greater or icsi extent Thoy can not sit on wot ground or on a wot floor even under a warm hen night after night and remain healthy Cheap make shift coops can by being placed In a building or unier a good shed bo made to answer tho purpoie of protect- Â¬ ing a hon and hor brood from cold but thoy are far inferior to well made floored vermin proof coops A really good out door coop should havo tight floor sides and roof so that riln or snow can not boat into it bo well lighted Â¬ C Tho prevalent practice ot building cities on paper where more substantial material is wanting seems to havo reached its height in a certain locality in tho South which was recently visited TlicOnlyCoal YardiuTowii Absolutely no Ferry Transli by a Maine man who relates in the AGs The most complete Vestibu Lewiston Me Journal on amusing inTrains on the American Continent cident of his trip Only it square from the Court house daily between Tho city is at a famous railway junction and high expectations are en- You dont have to seu l away out to CINCINNATI CHICAG tertained of Its future greatness es- Â¬ the ilepot pecially by the original city com Ask for un its map may bo siti majf pany TICKETS BIG niflcent avenues intersected by broad CaJ Deliredto anyPsLrtofTcwB via the- IVUII streets with hero and thoro snacious D B MARTIN parks beautiful fountains Genl Passenger Agent It happened during his stay that tho Oscak G Mlrrvt Irathc Manager ana Anthracite man from Maine had occasion to go in Soft Coal CINCINNATI OHIO search of a person on a dark night Nnt and Lamp Coal Being unfamiliar with the city he was accompanied by one cf its original Now open at Myers old lumber yard fathers With a lantern to throw light next to Second Presbyterian church on their path they started After walk Quickest delivery iu town Lowest ing a short distance tho guide with a prices iry us view f communicating instruction as 17- 0 T v7ELLS ft CO well as agreeable information stopped Â¬ T WELLS GO which point street cars and elevated railroads can be taken to any part of the No change of cars to Boston The S western Limited makes direct con in Union Depots with through trains Arooa all western and soutnern cities Â¬ IIVUlli i- Â¬ irTQ MACKINAC Summer Tours Low Four Trip per Wack Bat mm Palace Steamers DETROIT St 1tmc Rates Chloygrn A1MT- - IIirr Mlla 1HMO Band BwHi Port llrva OaiT Cmklairl Huuas Maxin COf Day Every T DETROIT AND- - CLEVELAND Spmual Suni17 Trip dastoc Julj ad Ancasa MACKINAC ISLAND j t Bwa Pamphlets Our Illustrated l will b Nn amad n ri Bltnud Fi i E 3 WHITCC 11 OZdRU Pa A Dstniti THE FINEST 01 EARTH Tbe Cincinnati Hamilton A Dayton R is tbe only line ruaniim Pull mails Perfcettil Safety Vestibule Train1 with Chair Parlor between and Diwiiiu Cai ciunatl Indian R I -- -- -- ij smiif cy mi - W41PS Jfi c Nop flilt vv rrWipE - cDr I li FREE svibtjc tke nwrlil KKM Oar of tbt IT liisf 11 t0B lVr OtliT U mbwrw 10 li wwttvofwwoAwrm nn to m iraoar m wr ruuuiuK chain- - Chair Tars betwtKeokuk a is tli Only llne nan www u th- vis iucaKljr rndrsil to Mat otcwcaa aava AM J tfe etoate ww wttH And the Only Direct Line Between Cincinnati Dayton i Toledo Detroit the Lake Kegioos and im Thtninwm99 tk aftiffc U3E JaMsmW Canada Tbe road is one of tbe oldest in the Stale oi OI line enter Â¬ - WHi sat mmiaakn u -w nau Li Mt wr it ham tU tTmwtfTT W wtM t a- t- hkM s eiiRii - 1 m - w m - mmsb cwi - rL r iu a a mat S iac T m - Irons - Ut llf laajPHEEjppce avT Toledo General Passenger and Ticket Agent rt f 1 WmLmmLWimfS taBrBVi - BtHlTraaVlllsftriWLI JUWAWwwW AVBwV BlSaCaUwtUcil ti MlPa 111 tk --TOrM s IVrt 1 with lh fcMvMtWffan wmd wort tVaVa - mmmmwMmwmy MIIM MM Os e rznsoxm ur iarr ctni CRArSKYfc BROWN JiwWmmA ft --o TikMbWUn Th oHlWIrhllal H4ipltiil well who sail yaw Artolxitoots tf u ahew what rtahhofBMW I tratfp tm w- 4jm to tMM momm wfcaek hatsta for sUw yn anatwty atxrt j suje jtnwt a ikor rur Knf -- tlrliirw Tr Co Boxfl i i iBaaal PrwtSsth - THE CLIMAX ydawdty Round trip ticket to The Bard- While I live July a 1890 Chautauqua 165 have adopted - of Lexington standard time The iron for the front of the new Gar-House is on the ground pigge mammoth red stage is now running between Â¬ The true luxuries of life never come high to those who can fully appreciate them Read what this subscriber says I snid you 150 for last years Climax Aug 1st 90 and L3 for the com- tr Please send me a receipt and your so much It conies to me like a letter from home each week freighter with news Continue to Srtnd it to me while I live tser pect to be in town court day The office wrkhasa kink liichutondand Irvine word to persons who Read iKxst ex- Â¬ it ill be closed on Friday - otiice and revenue July 4th Beai in mind that the fair will be held inniug ou Tuesday SepUiu- - Dr Wright Mr Gus Wright of Clark county who hat taught school for twenty five years and is well known in the northern jwirt of this county has ceased to teach He has been reading medicine for a number irs and has returned from a medi cal school a diplomaed physician and will proceed at once to practice medicine Â¬ The court house cupola has heen newly Minted and the clock is running on stand- Â¬ ard time As we go to press we learn that Mr F H Adair has severed his connection with v u- Ion - Mrs J W Ixiwrys dancing school will open at the courthouse this after- Â¬ noon at 4 oclock The Holcoinbe lecture amounted to boot 30 That was ioor remuneration rk here Pfoy ana nit tlie Second Le Nati inal and ie succeeded by a young Mr Dudley Tribble The Bourbon Trotting Club will have races lieginning to morrow down aud enjoy the sjort Drop Hned his soda fountain case lay when there was an ice famine aud gaxe away all the ice he had Mr Harris Kaglin of Lexington has the injbitiou of salesman at He is a nephew of Prof J B tinkling is done in Minneapo tbe citv The total cost last year ukling 100 miles of 6treet wai nn at Estill Springs Mon lay aisb broke down several of the larjje Normal Institute at Catlettsburg burned by lightning entertainmcufiat the Chaataaqna Aaseaft bry Ix xington Ky on the National Day The contract was let on last TrAddresses by noted men Military drill ior building the street car line in Grand pyroteidinic display at niglit Kiibui-in-bond was given and work irand display of fireworks at Oincin will liegin at an early day aati aad enaertssamaaMst the Hill Top Kx ursion train to Cincinnati on Sun Pesorts Pay a visit to Coney Island day Jul Mttt leaving Richmond at 711 grand concerts and baUoQn ascensions am Round trip ticket 150 H K bsbbW A Minister Bobbed aud 1 V Howard man The Cincinnati Knquirer says MonHave you bean out to the R N 1 day while Rev Howard Henderson of - a the steam lrill at work the Trinity M K Church was doing It is a notch or two ahead of a ground some chores about his residence he left l est thing to lightning his coat containing something like J4i Mr A i YVainwott has resigned his in money and his vest in the jsickct of which was a valuable gold watch ii as mail messenger on the Kentucky Central and Mr A N Rice of lying on the door step of his residence Jessamine has been aoinUd to suc- - Ilion hooking for his watih a few minutes afterward he discover- d that it had him The wath was value at Mr L V Hitler of Iaris brother of haaa sUden 200 and Mr Henderson prized it very Capt J H liutler ootnlwt r on the K vith Collins A Heatherage and can highly as he had carried it for forty lmir talk furniture as well as Motis Isaacs can years The police are investigating the mysterious disappearance of the watch l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i If he proves a ii with patients as he sad with pupils disease will have to find new locations Help the Census Enum atur Kvery person who has not been Bated by the census enumerators should at once report to them It is imiiortant to liave a complete list Capt Ballard has received an etsa sion of six ilays and it working like a steam drill If you know of any one alisent w hj is likely to 1m- - overlooked report the same It helps Every name makes the list one name more Put on your studying cap Prize Embroidery Miss My nice French daughter of Mr French this place has return e from Lorett i Academy and brought with her the prize embroidery done with her own fair bands It is an exijuisite piece of ehenile work consisting of a table c irf adorned with a m m noth svvai as graceful as the real bird itself OB some silvery lake The prize is a beautiful work in silk The two are on exhibition at the store of Crooke Bennett k Urm ajon The Poarth The Kentucky Central Railway will sell ronpd trip tickets from all stations at half tare July 3d and 4th tickets good retail ning until July 7th 1880 Grand 1 Â¬ ence Fletcher of Henderson on Monday night Lancaster Record Margie Glass is expected home to day accompanied by Miss Florence Dowoton of Danville and Miss Lucy Crow ol Richmond Somerset Reporter Mi is Maggie Miller will go to Rich mond Monday on a visit to Miami gie and Marie Barnes who are gu relatives in that city Lancaster lTnoanf Misses Mary Shearer and Oleiia Vilasof Madison county who have been visiting friends in this county returned home Xirhikwillt- Dmmend Miss Berkley of Missouri was at the Booneaborough pic nic Friday She is a daughter of Mr Charley Berkley who was salesman for the late Solomon Smith this place before the war Capt Carlo Britten of the United States Bavy is visiting bis sister Mrs T J Smith near Speedwell this county Captain Britten has been on a two years cruise in the Pacilic ocean and is on a sltorrt furlough Messrs Ca njity Mann and OBannon of the Kentucky University at Lexington are in our town in the interest of flash ill Literary Club of Chicago which affords a reimu kably cheap means of getting good baeka Mr Gasket who is the president i the Club and author of ias kells Jomi lendium is a man of w ide reputation Beal istate Transfers For the Slontli of Hon Curtis F Buraam and party reÂ¬ Jane turned on Friday from New Haven John Kindred to Owen Rose 1 tOacres Conn where they attended the meeting StiOO K F Pettis to Win Munday ivc of the Alumni Association of Yale Col 80 acreK SSI O S Williams to Dr J lego smd a re union of the class of is K Dr J Ayereto Twelve hundred of the Alumni were 41 acres ISO Avers Geo S Williams 21 acres 100 J A present The donations to the college lialkinl to J W Unllarlivc acres during the past year amounted to 717 J H Bogs to Richmond Water and 000 Of the 104 members of Major Bur IS acres f 7827 Comiaission Light Co naius class that graduated fifty years er to Joseph Heathman 25jacres SlJK ago thirty six survive and twenty of one to Wade Thompson 5 acres 130 thi jii were present They were entertainV same to II II Colycr Si acres ed at dinner by their class mate Gov I iicps same to Lie Peathcrage Iugeraoll of Connecticut same to John Iicimctt 188 acres 4185 same to J K Evans 280 B B Bogie to THIN COLUMN Dr Roberts 29 acres S91 J C Stapji to T EL Bieknell acre same to If A Dear Brother If you dont iplit fool- Â¬ Bicknell 1 acre J Haslierry to Archie ing with Ikmiui town investments you Pittford 41 acres Si4 J Williams to T will be ltaukrupt in six months An B BaUard U acres230 W HLslc answer was quickly returned you are 40 acres SC Wm fte P P Arnier six months behind the times Ooohtaai I0 Potts and Dunson 1 Mfea A fanner in the vicinity if F rt Estill S2W0 has ordered twp CAS Joa ls of flower pots TOWN LOTS from the WacO Iottery WaraH It is S D Parrish to Irvine Bfythe col that lie wants them to turn bottom vc to iBerunond M Poynte 100 J upwiuds over his corn while the sheep S Broii-t-n- i Water Works graze the grass out of the Herri stH J ft If M Harber A boy was sent to the Racket Store Water Works Co SLOOU J Jones to On the 500 Commissioner to yesterday to make a purchase Samuel Race 1960 Crooke A Crm easy he passed h hardware store and Harney Kelley ston to J A Sullivan S2 400 Commis heating a great noise proceeding from the sioner to s T preen Sl70t Cl uido hammering of tin and the rattling of iron Snuth to W J M- - Foster sxX 111 concluded that be was at the right jilace lowell t i same Si7j same to J S Jiiue went IQ and asked for a nickel handkerchief Ac- Â¬ Miss Joe Cole Killel in a Railroad cident Those who were acquainted dth Rich- Â¬ mond about the beginning cf the war will recall Miss Joe Cole a noted teacher We take the following from the Nicho lasville Democrat The many friends of Mrs Von Bulovr Miss Josh Cole an eminent educator were deeply distressed at her death in Asheville N C after several days of suffering froci injuries received iu the railroad accident She was en route hen to spend the summer with her friends whom she had not seen since her extended trip to Kurope She was posseswjd of a brilliant niirsd which she devoted to the cause of education with untiring zeal Mrs Yor Bulow was noted for benevolence and many other excellent traits of character Though she was conscious for several days there SUS but little hope for her Her injun- was spinal and paralysis soon followed The remains were taken to Cincinnati for burial by her brother Mr Cole of that city and Mr Dawsin Coventor Foraker and many others were pruaaat Mrs K B Muir of this county her very dear friend was present at the last sad rites- Deceased was the loading teacher in the Hickory College in North Carolina she was married after the war to Captain Von Bulow of the C 8 A Hho only lived a few mouths Â¬ HORSE NOTES The amount to be trotted lor through the irand Circuit this year is 1843500 even sons of Almont was whose gran lam of the old horse Â¬ rt sl 1 t- - il70T t- Iellto Â¬ Mr I II Montgomery an exjerienced leal Ix xington bought out Mr John Molierley in the New York Kestiiurant and can be found at his i t Mr John Stevens of Boonesborough who recently sutfered an attack of iiral- - oat on Friday bosee the editors at their pic lie on his grounds but was barely abl- to talk Bob I wlio iisil t drive f T Letcher and others this place is now training for Mr John V Botaaaon of Clark and lias half a dozen as line ani- Â¬ mals as you ever saw double bass B the Ml depot this afternoon or The steam drill is Miring the holes and dynamite and electric wires will hade the perfansaa restauranteur irasa i killed in Clark Hugh Kmlii v shot and killed Sam Qakwaberry in Clark county on last Wednesday Both were young men Quisenlierrv bad told Embay something disparaging to a young lady and the latter repeated it The former hearing of it demanded of the latter a denial This Kmbry refused to do stating that he merely repeated what had been told him A tight ensued resulting as above Stated Kmbry was acquitted He is a nephew of Mr Joe Collins this place by mar son of lac ii Embry of Payette formerly af this county Qoiaea berry is a son of Rhodes QoJ8enberryand has relatives in this eoontv Â¬ 1 ing Kmbry was working for Mr Martin and trouble arose o or the pay Embry shot twice at Martin one shot taking effect in the door of the residence He aiso threatened to kill Martin on Mr Ii Miller assistant Kxpress sight Martin came to town Friday Agent at this place for some months morning ami band Embry at the depot has gone to lxxington and is connected He borrowed a shot gun and shot Embry with the eaaee in that city He Is suc in the upper part of the chest Death ceedel by Mr Bob Harris who will de-Â¬ resulted in a lew minutes Martin surliver your packages in the same nice way rendered and is under guard awaiting that his predecessor did the return of County Attorney Sullivan The Court of Appeals has decided in Kiuhrv was about SSvearaold the case of J V Lyons vs the bucket A Tarn Over firm of Hodges Miller of Iiuis- While the Lev Geo W Dunlapand ville that money lost in Bpanaaating in Mrs iMinlap formerly Miss Klia Wright futures ran le recovered under the of Lexington were driving from Indesuitute saneasd against gambling The pendence Ky to Covington to attend f this decision upon the bucket the Lames Ferguson wedding their in Kentucky is practically to drive beam became frightened and ran oil them out of businens impaling the boggy on a picket fence Iavid Oldham died in Lexington Ky Mrs Dunlap was thrown out and considShe is still suffering on Tuesday June 24th 1K0 aged almut erably bruised 7o years Her mother Mrs He was lsrn near Boonesbor Â¬ from her injuries ough in Mailisvui county was a win of Margaiet Wright of Lexington and her Hon Aimer Oldham fosaxaaana ieecaoed sister Mrs Ballard of Richmond are The little and married a Chenault He was the visiting her at Independence father of Rev Abner Oldham now preach Sanil el Island party have none of them in Missouri The remains van been in good health since their return to brought to Richmond on Wednesday and this climate uid are longing already for a breezes of their island home buried in the cemetery Deceased was a prominet fanner and lived for many n the pike several miles this side New President for Uerea VMtg of Li Rev William Stewart D P has ac Ire Factory cepted the presidency ofBerea College to Twenty thousand dollars have lieen succeed Rev K H Fairchild who died eeanerilied to the ice fa hue wiiue months ago niore and the company will be organized Dr Stewart has for several years It will pay and is crying need taught school in Winchester and the ialatter part of the time ana pastor of the Warn TAgaHe has often preached Our voting BH n scarcely con Baptist church tain herself until the railroad reaches in Richmond and is well known here He is a native of Scotland and is nou pa her Boring for oil and gas continue and black oil is liling up in every well the way to that country to visit his He was originally a PresbyteAn experienced man from the gas fiehls father of the Ctovsraort lielt is in charge and rian is a fine scholar and an able man His He oarue from Canada to Kentucky he prospects fine family consists of a w ife son and daughCaadidatf Par Delegate ter and he has two married daughters R Harris Crooke a young lawyer in Canada Dr Btewaita congregation of this place is announce in to days are considerablv excited over bis action Clim candiLite for Delegate to the I 0 of I Constitutional Convention subject to the ami pic nic given by Anniversary action of the rty Mr Crooke is a well known young man and Pnity Ixlge No 182 of the Indepcnd needs no comment from the Climax pendent Order of Immaculates of Kich mond Ky on Saturday July 12 1890 There will probably Ik-- other candidates The line of march will be as follows and a convention will be necessary at Millers Hall on Main street at At The Kirt af It jiarade the principal 9 oclock a m reek Trk Cuaux contained a march to the shady grove of from the lexington Press Win Tester ou Irvine street The at- Â¬ that Dr a M Uttractions will consist of base ball other turiiimr to that city fr ler and re- Â¬ freshments of all kinds will be served on tne announcement was as much news to uud The annual address will be bring that Marshals red by H J Jackson uent thou laarring Rieliitond Music Commit Slack Killrd tning was severe in several locali- Â¬ Wm Kinhry fohn Keri ty It killed four mules and will of Mr aie I Lee Yates p belonging to iy Charley Burnain and Committee on ace remote T H Broaddus I form tree- - and other obj ry Richard Ov banquet mis n to in th Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stevens the Company n tirm of Z T Kiev ut Mr li and the finu name will be changed accordingly - Ik vii in the busini and is well know n to the public i Mr Thomas Killed James Martin of Paint Lick shot anil killed Bill Kmbry colored it the K C depot in this place early Friday morn- Â¬ The Boonesborough f tle program of the Ken part tucky Press Association hel at Win chesfcrjiist week wrs an oxeursii to Oh FViday a large Boonesborough and their wives number of the and sistersindsvvectlKartsajid piherjpeo tiles wives and sisters and sweetheart- At Ford they boarded tho wen tluthor steamer Itlgomar nnl wen on an excitr siou up the river to the ruoutli ff Four Mile CreeTc passing 1 lie month of Two Mile on the way Those two creel s are two miles apart and the editor oi The Climax was owed at a point in Madjs m two miles from the first named and therefore lived two iniU s from Four It Mile and four miles from Two Mill seemed strange to the nf rrosaid Climax man to see more than a hundred cd f rs a steam boat and a brass ban- all snorting around at one time where in days pme by on lonesome Sundays he nsud to constHate a holy terror to eefenaeaaai Tliis informa- Â¬ tish frogs and rabbits tion an- the authoritative statement iroiu Capt Cross of the Asher Lunhej Company that the countless nutn saw ogs that covered both banks of the river for miles up and down was t he largest collection of poplar fogs ii ti world was all the compensation tl ton had for the excursion But the prime object of the trip was to illustrate that lieautifu jkh iii deilicatcd t i the great King of France who with forty thousand men taarched up the hill and then marched down again By misunderstanding the small b lats that were to carry the party from Ford to Booiicsliorough the steamer could not get below the falls departed before the arrival of the editors and they were Arriving at the compelled to walk grounds about 12 oclock too tired to eat or to dance they found an excellent dinner and the largest and liest tempo- Â¬ awaiting rary platform ever erected them The line sulphur water the dense shade and numerous visitors who ia gathered for the occasion cheered tl em into a reasonable state of comfort and after a time the eating a id dancing le gan The springs a lew ancient sycamores and the dim outlines of a couple of chim ney mounds are all that remain of he days of Daniel Boone and his comrades T these the editors paid due respe t he precluded The circumstances speeches that were intended Pii-Xi- A Â¬ 1 j - Â¬ Â¬ i lERSOXAL Miss Mary Ben Neale is at home lr iin nwa school Rev Dr Poynter of Shelbyville Wan here the iast week Miss Sallie Wilcox of Paris is visiting Miss Helen Terrill Mrs George II Myers is visiting rela- Â¬ tives in Jessamine Miss Tommy Duke will sail for Kurope on the 9th of July Mrs C B McOord of Boyle county Is visiting Mrs Mayor Collins Mr Welier Huls has retained from a years sojourn at Kansas City Mr J B Nicholson has re turned from a tour of California and Oregon Mrs M I Hill has gone to Ohio on a visit to relatives Mr Sam Phelps has returned from tie Last where he has been in College Mr Jell Dunn and wile of BrvanLs ville visited relatives here this week Mr A E Boarrbnan President of t ie new Water and Light Company is in t ie City Mr C B Sal- and wife of Alabama are visiting at Mr W H Sales Bellfc-u-tain- this county Mrs B I Welch aud daughter May Scott at Rich- Â¬ are guests of Mr- - T V mond Mr John CorneUson the St Louis artist made a riving visit to his parents near this place the past week Mr and Mrs 11 L Perry of Rich visited the formers parents in Inijn Mills neighborhood last week Ntdwtu- Â¬ d A ldie English of Williamstown and Mr David Povntz and wife of Ltx- sited at Mr W B Cuuniig- - entertained in Dr bines out of thoroughbred mares still contin K1 Guin killeil James Kenneilv in It can be Blvan in Allie West was i Trimble county ue to produce paesrs without the Snow He It effecting a speedy and pe There are sixteen colored jockeys in striking instance of this tendency Steve Bnxlie will be intereste to know whether the patient iaamodore the country who are paid from ir xX to waa himself a trotter was sired by Alan alcoholic wreck Thousand ot that a man named Fuller who temped 11 have bean cured who have laksn th mont his dam was by Mambrino Chief 18000 a year wl Specific in their coffee wtlhcnt their from tha fondoc ie a sack cut it edge aud to lay think loey Uit Innkug of a horse that never produced ana er The Chicago Horseman announc open after reaching the water and swam their owu freewill No harmful eftect IW his second dam by Pownings Ike SQlUfrora lUadminixtnttiou Cures guaran Â¬ it will give a 1200 stake forfoeJeoi l safely ss wre tee Send f and full pvilnan ES srecir to be trotted in is4 Entrance he only sengei another horse that did not pro Addrasa in conft-i- The very latest in the way of an En- Â¬ 17 14 lV Kaiest Ciuciiimtduce pacers his third dam was by Belts 200 Whip a horse in all probability thor- Â¬ glish syndicate is one just loaned in LouThe quality of the blood depends Country blacksmiths do their work like oughbred and yet among about twenty den with Julian Ooidsmidt M P is much upon the good or bad digestion and and burning the foot to butchers paring live foals his total predate were the Chairman lo bay tip gas works iu the assimilation to make the blood rich in fit the shoe instead of adapting tlie iron 14 Charley principal American cities three fast pacers Jewett life and strength giving constituents use to the hoof Home Journal The Hon George w MeCreary of Friel fclSfc and Frank CI fain p 16J Dr J II McLeans Strengthening CorS P Chinn of Harrodslmrg lie-l has Almont himself with no nearer cross to Kansas City M at St Joe M dial and Blood Purifier it brought suit against the Wabash rain ad the pacer than above stated was the sire Monday He arm Secretary i f War ill the Nath Steele killed Bob Hunley in the properties of the blood from which 0000 for the killing and injury of of very fast pacers such as Westmont Hayes Cabinet but resigned become a the elements of vitality are drawn too Bourbon countv his race horses in the recent wreck near S1SJ Puritan L1C Almont Pilot that United States Court Jaj per bottle Warrenton Mo Grand Ularrass Exranioa has a double infusion of 1ilot Jr blood A California Judge is the poaaaamref a The most delicate constitution can J J Ivey has sold to J T Williams has two jierformers one of them is a night blooming cereus that is the largest A grand bluegrass excursion to CincinEminence Ky the chestnut filly Irin- - pacer There are ten sons of Almont of its kir in the United States It is nati and Coney Island on Sunday July safely use Dr J II McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm it is a sure remedy Tor ini i o veais old by imp Prince that are sires of pacers that have not thirty feet high with branches that cover oth Two dollars round trip to CincinCharlie dam Limo by Limestone for as yet sired a 230 trotter The fact the house an porch nearly 230 square nati from Rowland Gilbert Lancaster coughs loss of voice and all throat and peases 2200 Stixk Farm to lie that wherever the Pilot feet Hyattsville Pt Leavell Lowell Paint is found a strong tendency to the l Lick Silver Creek Dnncannon and Fort E Bobinson Baltimore M sol of The Baptist Preachers NEW ADVERTISEMENTS i 50 round Trip to Cincinnati to Judge Moore of Chicago for 2500 pacii g gait is traceable Maud S her- Atlanta yesterday passed resolutions eou Estill self was according t Wallace a eon derning Bev T his team of chestnut fillies three years McCntcben for beat- from Richmond Red House Shearer Vin old by Zilcaadi Golddust handaome verted pacer We may object to this ing his wife but at the same time ex- Boon- Ford Riverside Rankin tendency as much as we please still it pressing confidence in r Renick Austerlifz Cunttfngham well matcheil and fast Remaining unclaimed in tie Po Office Twenty five cents to Coney at Richmond Ky- week ending July I and Paris C W AVilliams of Axtell fame has seems to he inherent in the extreme Christian character Speed producing crosses 1S00 There is no recently sold for ol0 a Lightning struck the Methodist church Lland and return Steamers run between Cincinnali and Coney Island hourly Re Bales Maggie Mcoeroy son of Onward whose dam was by Bour breeder that is not glad t have the building at Sugar Creek Stark unity W bon Wilkes second dam by Westwood blood of Miss Kusscll on his farm It is while Sun lav school school was being tarning train learus Cincinnati for home Baran S Barnard Chaxl the v ry giltest of gift edged crosses and hel M ii oclock midnight 3 4 son of Blackwood One boy ww instantly killed ami nm i at blood pro luces pacers and in nie formerly of Garrard coun- - BroomfieJ Minnie me of themthe pastoi two others Johnston is barred from the 217 pace Jonrt Qws abundance too Nutwood thus far her were probably lately burned and Gay from the 217 class trot in the greatest dicd in Div Hit on Saturday s R producing son has sired four Chenault Vena co races at Uochester Cleveland lough V inly suieaidthejates Mtentletl ttie NaEvan PasWtir the great Frenchman di with records from 215 to kepsie Albany New York City and 21 Bell Mat The thoroughbred cross has not tional OVention of Colored Men of the ed that microHc causes chicken c Emory Robcrder S Todd Philadelphia this year llmm JourmmL TTfaKed Mutes called t meet in Chicago and Ganter found tliat his magic ciucken obliterated the pacing tendency she u- mas Char Hirim l busi- Mr A J Alexander of Woodbnrn imrcu irom ner grand sire Sold no Great Vv W rnolera cure destroys them mpasu Waila vuuuiiriiloi The iue pilgrims tunsacod their to enro nb pay Farm sold his thoroughbred mare Bu Kus eli a very great young horio out 01 WW lu- 9 lioit time aad aHurntd b v Stockton Sc Brooks GurtniUa perta by Price Charlie for SIOOOO Two six pei Jut men haaYannremanTaj awl three luoutin Washington hebsaasy Druggfii Richmond Kr- it years ago this mare was purchased by of his snasl wv- - lart year tfie sire el meetmjSrwffl so n be hcf l rh Tonis T w Caattanouea is sufTvrmg from an ice Mr Broadband for Mr Alexander for 000 three j ville p consider tlie consolidation f tlie famine the ice factories beinc unable to Hus sensational iSj N I Ik with the Ka t lea suprtly the demand In a I mile dash at Chicago Saturday TV Pi Jr cross of extreme I Post Otlice hours from 6 a m to7p m Virginia v ie irgja Tlie last Senator Stanfords Racine made tjie mile potency its value ti Uie tntu x in snu iiiiK uer and r flours HA XT ED prompt J a 111 to i j in of a second beftorl l which is iitiiiuillci ami yet it is fall of nann errriidy controls the 4iticiunali m Ftu Court Day fifteen A No i waiters I J B WiLLL- Southew That would be a grand limn it it iroecK s great mile rice m pacing pcriftriaanoei need apply j Ko inejperienced onc biiyjtitm Ixiuisville in 1S77 lmt Kacinee ifc COHREroNDKME rt P Wire keshr A Co for dam not constitute 1 ssaard Senator Blackjiurn bas i lntroUnceg a HV lK VIIIK Vernier- - Jffrey 2156 The BoarU of Education of the Ken Ir Haggins mrtre Firena yesterday bill pay Rom Corn is joking well hot ireedfsne re established her claim as Queen of tlie in is dainbed aduelher for injurv tuck- VVeslcrai College met at Winches n Nation still b ttu teT andawarded the contract kr building 1 Turf by bpeakkhrtlk mile aitf a half and damage to hpr residence it al BaiJv tocs their new college at tlrat place s long held by Luke JlaakJuajra is Xlie reapere are renoreiag a had crop toji Ky wpile it was occupied as W L Rl TCIIER A t w oi Firetizis time 2 second faster of wheat tanvyeu the United States army fnsi Wall Papers fyVthtdl war than BlackbnrtiV hrout 411I wife Missouriine ISiSto thaflose of the t Iarget and cheapest line of Wall la- CAR The Vermont Association ofj RoaJ anil visting relatives IwkiIkjuis A photorajih ut Tax off tlie burglar lperin town Trotting H yrse Brwders will give thi Ifinrayaoahe wileirrf Jihn A Lvnt a w1k umrdtjre niiltionaire SneTI v1 TT Crojk t Bennett Caanrroai 40- yeer 7000 in stipes and pitaaninlitliii 2ivl- - Atirrie Towh eriL a ciylier ktt r Ine girl Attost Paul three years Mrs Sarah CockreH died m Montgom meeting on August Lli 27 aiid 2H TluV written dflfJrftt bj nun fuiii Mis mn ery county June 14th a ed s vears She The entries close June in arid ail icy LiiiiYer and itaggie Brovk- - hreuier recently are tlie in st views maticin may be had of Secretary Farring-t-pflpf Mftve Jjetn visiting itivji lsv and rela Lii vvlierca- - wastlve Hjclli ir of Senator koiksii as of Brandon tives in Wiiichestertiie piwt week dieute sinitv the crime wan committed Commen Take one of Dr J H McLeans Lit M ihts home on the Kcuttickv ie of rtr r Kar n nillTl The Kiuitiliikv Many of he eenjtia enuuierltoi s in the tie Liver and Kuloey Iellcts at nfc iman an soon publish on its fnmt page a likeness river about two ntiVes belbW Mtirttlv Sauthera states sre ignorant negroes fore you go to bed arid rou will be sur- Â¬ t Creel 27 l of Cajt K B Ternlls great toUlly an itte I for the tasks asaignetl prised how buoyant and vigorous you will Detroit Mdckuui We have lost an old an t bonored cjteii by Gills Vermont tfie Uajuldf tin fact ihas gid n rte to tU lieel the next dar1 Unlv j cent s vial principal reserts ol t them of Minc C IL i D R R h jfareathe1rmjiiVfml e eelrrjdeu suspicion tl it it ifrflib wish of th cajpub- fiambetta Wilkes 220 the King uil IWi N and MChigan Centra L Abney Misfl Liua Abuey h m BaaBuaastnaasaa for tlie South t Cpant Wilkes Mr K II F x khefphor iatlu-Js-JSleepers will be attaches tJas Ijnrre timbre X When the editors hail to walk front Uigrapber rlleanw--Wruh- t June rmpemja luakf a and photo eligrarer w ill make f t n Cmcinnat a show iug u pussiHe ulieti We have the novelty ol tlie season in Saturday uVxtnesbbfougty Ford to tin picnic at This is tin second one of Mr AbinvsJ tbetoanmHofiguresare eteeauteithe iAiblir the ruf Which will hv life like an niereturning leave M last Friday they uuaniinously f carhmere on a m da laughtgtebt ojte 3iHre IHf Hurry up Iv finished iv yesterday nmrning James Prrsrt n 10- - LRUOKK llENNFTT 3i I KMsTO Moses was not the only man who The Henrv J The race hoi-- -Axtel aivl Jersy workman in the mill af Clay City shot made mistakes that Daniel Boone uiade Tlifcrniers ati U Lib rsMnion held and kUW his w iie Xo cause is know 11 Coriis an tcJdsi come uninvited but of sue I a great mistake in iot locating his 7ort Wilkes have been ussesjju l atJ88ut iui uli artnaal AM JRX respcclivelv The Faim why tlf- ciintv vvas e iuinittcl hut it if yrra can quickly get rid of tlTesc with a tuuCu iiu cl se the railroad Besides being more Hteun ance is n t satisfied Thev claim that ippHxl it ana prompted ly Jeatoaav lew closes ol Dr J 11 McLeans lar cut convenient some of the Induanssneaking JetW Iieident1iHro rtat-V-ieefm l iliyioffiii 13 earne 4ish was Hlt through the temple Wine Lung Calm about the premises might have been rnit Axtell cist SlOtKKl dmlk linioc rt Jlds white irf lie with ner brio v in her arms the slii the past aeapn aitd Bledflow died at Danville George over and kiTed - E l4 Wr tureij iutiheidlalely IS Jus lair eaatl value Iu Ii teli s oiwUfl taiii deiiift hid nsaiaa A Tennessee 1hv how sendiiig the sum Lthreateu to 1TricvChaif vvas ancsjeil at om e an i move him from Terare Hatlte in jati make of Ladies and Missel Kid American conti IkpjJ IL Wells fcKihtWor J F TliouJ mer in Kentucky eclipses1 that humorous if the usseNsmont was made high at Stanton The people at Claji Citv are Fo pampl Col UclijUnc C liigressmau prodigy oi fceejier B F Lowell Astt Poor-- Bjieh isaBSaaaainaa tlt crime nnl it is Gloves ever in to n Every pair guaran Lfctml and other Salvafor beatlenny but ne had to run teed tsTI lnasSirgeilt at Am s Crooks Bennett Lav from Seaum Tom ftad ft sign painted f via this line say thai wilt ix- dealt to int to do it He wa- - only a quarter of a H k I E R K or Park stl ward Tliis- union wa which read Ton Oihiltree an t Father 40-the irrrrrdcrcr without merer Uti second alieail and r-twl a the mile Ceneral Passengrr Attorneys at I m ttith twenty charter The Tennewee boy James Rogers aged fifty a well known Fourth St juartcr in fcfm iTiiinlete iniaiamlini relating his past winb rs success at huntalready iucreasis wholesale merchant and distiller and Ord was that of Kingston by PpeBAl Judge M 0 Suullt y of the Wvoming ing exclaimed with great enthusiasm doi ijje worit it iviKnights Templar - dead at Maysviile tlirift a carrying J Sitpreine court arisved Tmvxlay to the c Vllflisl Why the log I and father kiile l seven piiun ls who made the distance at CraveBl RNAM Ai IIimk are agent Cor great diligf it f hi timilyvvho ha preei-i-e-rabbits the first day send N Y pn September 24 IS liTn Try them of class insumnce companies jrj tiflcation REUUrttLr Southern IV gress a Journal recenL 20L So Uike it all iu- ail W33-- 3frien- s While not o rhomfeittpreacnhvij ted in Louisville gives this inior days racvi Wm one of the greatet tlftit nii lie i aphjenvj ts he was wheu The Masonic Lodge of Wcodstock in ions at the Curt mntion whidi we copy preciaferv rs it ajv lamvMbntry has known The race tKk looking t 11 ami is the only one l the Iulaski c ntT a picnic Tucsdav Have on j cno A L Pioardiuaii jieirs in the progress place at Sheepsbead lkiy and was wit week tolarge family that the climate which was attended by a crowd estimated V H of Miicoii ieorgia is president by twenty thousand people The foundation has been laid in Fhh with M day here is liinitc I at Ccoigc of 1ell land Me treasurer and fax street th Wiiichester I lame and ue inty r that is if the Pacers are of rbord rare occurrenif- iu Tiik damp and decaying vegetation of Charles S Powgher secretary of the Ciiim-h TerritoTy is a liuittl t i Mateho-i-as regions newly cleared of timber exposed the Mambrino Chief than in any other W fliudiiiLV new Richmond Water Likt Co which will Jmiira h PaileVi who reeVntly now ssenai eertain-- Us vUl in tlmt event to tiie rays ol tiij sun is sure to breed Neitlier Main build the gas utd water works at Rich noted trotting tamilies married Miss Annie DftwnMnpthla coun- heconatri ameneaaaaM lor jiulge before the malaria- Dr J II McLeans Chills and B bjino Chief nor any son or daughter of mond his credite 1 with a single pacer in the ty has accepted a call W Carboitdale rnsjle w irti every nssiirince we learn Fever Cure by mild anJ gentle action enormou i iricc for e bv not cathn r nrr n of being elected j will radically cure fr m other Here is n title that needs the aid of a 2d0 hat Still there is occasionally one Plhirtisirri T has tTith50 cents a bottle and me n 10 uncle retl iJ loaded freight train running atfull sjee tlRguaranteed found in family Surpass Wbithl quantity aHifliff church vi as dedicated m la t the sail title to Ik- - draw n Scram the track woh the We mean to do btiiess n a wa Cliaries H Ttitior a coiorol lawytr pacing nice at Philadelphia Sunday lie lr Poynter of Shetbyville DoNELsjon has a quantity ot new Sulunder the wheels as fast as the wheels on the 2rd ult taking a record of -of Atlanta a ho was minister to Liberia kies Surrics and Buseies af the newest double our receipt- - everv three month k presahonp it is Meated near Ware Sl Utr tb Lf giving von the cut it oil in sis food sections The State is by Davis Fatchcn son of Hens Mam- - belong to1 the Southern MetinodUts driHnft the levclfin I ndtriirnsfrrtion A and most popular pattern and at very MONEY and always rep asm Cnind Council of the Good Samaritans take the colored voters of the reasonable figures The lani of SarpaSI B gorl linner an a large crowd ate of Kentucky working under the a cleaner Ixingwood a son of Thorndale fc22J The Kieeutive Coinmitti e of tlio to- - liute i tt- - Vyr to the Ilemocratic iiar Lare Iurtaias ry and K of the Bight Worthy National Grand ainl LongwrKidss dam was by Hunts Taylor haserfeeteda plan lOperHtivv mePtingdscailed t i meet at the ty imvjji iy Our Lace Curtain stock is complete Council of the Independent Order of Otnmodore BBStvejajoji for The dam of Longwood Madison Nathmal linl in Biehmond oi rw sta inionlli to Neto lie held iu Atlanta J 40- - Crooke Bennett I rwston your traii Good Samaritans on Daughters of Sama- Â¬ also produced Steven Ball Chief couipOoil of colored M vnday uy 7th county conrt day at ria of North America fr in eich State in There arc many accidenn anddr eas Every im tuber should delega--TOuyehfJorj as aiiiiiuiiceil es which atfect Stock and cause tetioua Tin prop Ah exchange thus truthfully remarks ABOUT RAILROADS by Taj lvr is npqn the plan of inconvenience and loss to the Uitrier in is rqally the only begad fit to eat tor the A Mrs Patterson of Trenton thiov ban When will the average newspaper prejttriiig ligtui U icve to the uulured his work which may he quickly remedied following reasons publisher learn that a summary bit biHii scheme to rirse money for tho cheaper rxoph ii ttmeaamtea fciint ilny have by the use of Dr J H McLexu VolThe grade through Col Molierleys lot trotting nice that Second Accord itot give pedigrees chun h of which she is a member i never rtfiive any favors from the ieuli canic Oa Lianeiu loaves is worth two of an- between Second anil Third streets is at ilejtst oil the si le of the sire of is seliig jUTOD eorhriiQii lirick- until lican tiarty an 1 never wfTf receive any done JLUe buyers are f in the race conveys mxt b no tfif the uliurelt liuxl If you are suffering with weak or in ready for sale a it is made p entirely by In1 an interview Tavlor said that he tia l or granulated eyelids you machinery eyes negroes will arrive toÂ¬ infonnation at all It is hfljffle m cut their nanetl in Htebriekwaaid retuqn named Fifty We aave yet to heSr the firvt lrguua vl a number of Stoa north and can be quickly cured by using Dr J H complaint to be made day and a night force will be put on at for the horenien of tlifc country to know MaaBBfasaaaa fclwr teal ha laUl in IMfHiliJ iuvit SOUth in ilia iftteriat ojthis pkui an l LADIES we especJa4tv McLeans Strengthening Eve Shave 23 enuon to our elegant LA DIE call vour atthe new depot that John Smilhs b g Wonderful walls of tl e church edifice so that all fu every wfltere tinde rhort ft tilie eiucatel cents a bo The work all along the line of the R trotted againt t Bill Jones nr m Hotten- ture generationsr may read the naiiies AND ICE CREAM IARLmI1 nl Y im Maeaaia TirH fViipnfhy with tlie is an N B is progressing in a most satis- tot unless they are also informed to Wanted local aud travelling saJcsiiten certain to n alize h MATRIMONIAL what families Wimderfnl and Hotv-iit-- t Apply- or Thijre is 0 factory manner to sell Lubrkating Uls re titan n we among Tom Dick and that ifv caji When this information is also mU Annie Te Adims of Lexington niiyre vgtmg uuicMtnctt wuiucutevrtjiuain oerms to The Dicterichs Oil Co Clevc have expended spvera Capt W F Dandridge has resigned the Ixlong jrs in v the knowleilge conVeyetl i 3 tttrmg up a Dininsr artd T ihd ftr Illomas p of yiluiit position of General Manager of the Ken- comhmnicate iu tho KepufcJicani jiiriy and ahsfj Uieir and Ohio At the ptajej pomp value f your own periaf a tucky Mi Hand railroad were married last week Tin- Jfride sWtl frilndBarM tlie HenxjeratP Taylor Sacs HtLiAvjue and a sensation of remerar what where the perfeamanot is maxle it is has often visited in Kichmoiul leing a Track laying between this point and thirikfully IMOjmb colored voters- will oppression- aa dullness in the boa are weCENTLEMEN your ladies to the say above and bring practicable for the repoatet to obtain this iritiiidof Mrs F B Cro jkt right Mace Versailles is bow progressing at the rate vote tliv Pen x rati- tfc ket at tlie next very commonly produced by ihdigextJon At distant points where hboWledge Fruits Candies Cakm of a mile a day Xichviaxrille Democrat morbid despondency irritability and over gaas otths FJina Perxus of Lex and Tohacco consist the eery the performers are new ones and hitherto Bev seositiyeness of the nerves may in a ma best tha the market ariotck ol WT Wells of Ovveut ui Were mar The fill of the R N I A B extending unknown to fame it is freoiientlv im- Dancing school riv last week Lev C P AVilliams--jority of cases be traced to the same All we ass of on n one cai and we from the K C to meet the big trestle During tlie present isissible Mr J W owry will ojvmiiie a rJsm cause D J H McLean Liver and are assured of ha iue more fijliciating Tlie bri i is a grand- la ligh- Â¬ near the town limits is nearly complete several tiousaud new L iier rinria will ter A I J Cornelison te court house t4 night for- Â¬ indancinr at Kidney Bali and iellet Wilt positively customer A large steam drill is employed in the probably enter enter the arena as con V rRjiCO Mrs K T Pet- - Mhe kSvHl VtW in the art an I las had cure excavation for the depot of the R H I assasnm for the honors of the track It merly lived at Kingston tus of this county attended the wedding ejperrece tn te ihmg k B this plan It bores thane feet in is simply unposmble that people living mm Smiths DfarrhaCordial and save Lev Smth V Potts of this place and ten minutes THE LAMES DELIhTITED ai places remote irom iueioinis w nere rour life as you cant always get the performances are made should Mrs Frances Ecton ot CJark county J Considerable excavating remains to lie IT 1 Tlie pleasant eflect and the perfect safety doctor in time Price 25 cents Sold by know in advance to w hat particular were manned pu Mn v JjUjuil yinH which latins may use tlie liquid fruit W 0 White Druggiat for the depot of the P N I cc B done 516 ywk- - laxative Syrup of Figs undtr at condi- WILL this place As the work progresses the sires meats neophytes should be credit 2vlf Mr ymi thu Mifiiinary iMtptaa chuach Hautlkrcrhieta dirt will lie used to complete the big ed What the breeders and trotting horse h their ravOrite remedy If is His wifel Btedl a year ago i Tbis ia Ms rlleainig ro the eye and to the taste gen Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs men are especially anxious to di Herndon fill tllinl mrrriage and his pretHnt wffes 40- Crooks Bexottt UaMsTotr pt cffijctual in acting 00 the kidnevs A lateral section of the triple viaduct the standing of the different fauiilies 8 with reference to tin 2 J0 list Civing for the Lexington turnpike over the R liver ami bowe s 1h you want to buy a Sulky Surrey merely the name of the performer dues rod j DlbWh N I Oc B near the city limits was oon Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for -n of Col William I Kth r mcorti- ed to the public last week and the other not convey this information ut in most he has the latest best and cheapest VVHILSTolrrernl u Ueu TevLs died at i ioueHhonuhi tm Duke- died at Danville jou Saturday any other information of much oT f 11 ti ins vv ill be completed at an early J rvv The immediale cause ot value Daily papers that Ifepert trotting Sntitnday JOJieithi 1KSJ0 of fotrtgeIi aged 37 yearLife of the flesh is the blood The day atid eomnletc srocR n y binrrtr afll con Ms death was paralysis meetings will find it very much tf ah nit Ll VesrfBi He wn- therrof pure blood means healthy func- Work has progressed rapidly on the Y nr Intennoritatthe Pvkes IrurViiTg their interest and to the aiitisiuctiouuf tionaf activity and this bears with it the theyt ar rQiitvL connecting the R N I i B and the K Madame Scott the Mind certainty of qutck restoration from sick- - received uaiiy rrtae every their readers if they Will take the ground in t lark ou Sun lay C It is located just inside Dillinghams Jihij Arnold dediHt Kirksva- iuj Reader is at the St Nicholas trouble to ascertain at least1 the lre of accident Dr J H McLean s thjn nevej so low as now Hid woods opposite the fair grounds and parthe horses whose performances they re Mflillson eotniry Ky On KriilayI nae Strenctherunz Cordial and Blood Puri- allels tin dirt road that divides the fair Hotel and will remain for a Jer gives puro rick Mood an vitalizes dUimiwr iriire on everythiac 64 years He had 27tb iHrt They give baseball m grounds from the woods irnsave von money on every- few weeks e 1 Ihti running races with great detai and strengthens the whole body 100 FW The Kentucky Court of Appeals has to think they have performed their ud t ther e injUi 1 13 per hpfrle- - t in the iiaeo4 fatnts Oih- The boil er of Box Gros sawmill in Har- Â¬ dissolved the injunction obtained by the whole duty when they give the merest leaves a wife whoajusa Jiiu tliter of JoIiji Avraa Gasaa Varnishes Brushes xtss Wall rison county bjrst completely wrecking Louisville and Nashville against the outline of a trottiug meeting Willis deceased and a number of ordld l the mill instariIy killing one of the pro- Â¬ Dont fail to see our Bordered Apron Papers Window ore Knoxvile Cumberland Cap and louis an Mm ren aitioua them T H- W The pacing tendency is thus dK prietors and seriojislynjuring three of the Goods M ville raiiroad and this enables the latter 9muie Tl by the Stock Farm The Indiana tbeb- - Arnold of this plaee UkMSI employe 40- - CSOOKB BCMNITT to build into Middicsborough at once So oar 50 ittionu S ui we understrnd it of the breeding Life wiU acquire new zest and cheer Â¬ Court bay Uianer- Col Bennett H Young and other inthe cemt of Blue Bull is that hi was by Wagner cent C3haenn Sni Borler corn- if you will impel your fuSncw return ed ey a cQuco orao 1 iviutu fluential business men of Ituisville Dineili Is not dead yet nor out of a daughter of Old Kate the gran unli- liver and kidneys to the performance of exten- Â¬ dam of Almont and of Clay Pilot by IrieudB will be here to talk Coal He Or lazy or even tired We ki 1 their functions Dr J H McLeans Liv- as dtrt ve will Col Young will Pilot Jr For a long time the favorite sion Tuesday July linner on Court Day and rou address the people uon the subject and method of producing saddle hoi droj in ahuut 12 oclock and er and Kidney Balm will stimulate them ould Tt you near l ii 11 r let US hope that some plan may be ar- Â¬ Kentucky was to breed a parting mare Ky on Frulaj see him the same old- stand to healthful action f 100 per bottle He is o seowre your trade a at we pro- Â¬ l J- rived at by which this much needed en- Â¬ to a thoroughbred horse or rice versa ysecond door t rum 4fae Fost Once it pose to oiler you c terprise can be carried to completion at It was thu s that the dam m La ly Thorn which he He te orgci AiA L k it J Jin Lio- our liue ai irom 0 lo io per cent Ml S7 once ami Mambrino Iatehen vus bred Tlie or a candidate for any office but a poln couat m ever offered in - farmer and good citizen B pacing instinct being a very ancient and John MeLeod of the R N I ives Mr F gol and silver vak f Railroad spent several days here in- Â¬ tent one was not eliminated by 1000 iu W mean wbat mark l before Un nection and is eu a 1 room wli eh specting the work He took an engine two crosses of thorough blood Th W- Wblus Prop Hotel Glxoon Ad vios ta aai ri le iver six miles of as good a road bed sistetiey with which the blood ol of Pilot Mrs TanaVawim 5 veCs aioir aJu ye to a s it is iKsihle to make of a new road Jr coutinues to produce pacers in M used when cb ldna an SjUMtrrtlu It iMT thtSttb kanrMausttaial 1 ttWWMIOgf Has fMJfrple Although seriously ill He was He spoke highly of the work The road rouges characteristic rit l elf his front here to Marble Creek is in excellent Pilot Ir was not iva4 vvastberi JhyaaUaai eeh0sota s order and engineer Animermami soiiis or over it several times daily at a lively rate aaat s Tvwaiy tlrs cu mhnn 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tÂ¬ 1 1 1 t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a granddaughter NEWS PARAGRAPHS Open Apolory to Oar Patrtas As our trade in general but more especially in the Restaurant department is increasing faster than expected we we- e on last Court Day in spite of our large force unable to wait on our worthy patrons as promptly as usual and ask However them to kindly overlook same we will say that that hereafter we will always have a sufficient number of competent waiters and as usual lots of good things to cat to satisfy all Most Respectfully F Weckesser Co Proprietors of New York Restaurant Confectionery and Fruit Store West Main St Revenue Building it Â¬ DRIXKEXXES8 1 taeVYerla there I LIST OF LETTERS three-year-ol- d Â¬ Â¬ 1 t Â¬ i Â¬ lii - Bank Stk Sale Â¬ -l hea-I-fe- l 3- -- -l THROUGH LINE - 1 ago-an-- l nYf-m- tli--ur- MACKINAC - t- 1 Sh-b- lik l Â¬ 1 1 1 kiir - lvr j 1 - f 1 1 i l- Atr Â¬ Bt ju-ti-- -e - Ewiitl Â¬ t- 1 fit evt aivlau-s-A-iat- es -- S jie YOU cr His---ta- t- - jeo - i Â¬ WHY l - - ij 5- juris-hc-tioi- i 1 - -- Our Steam Bread 1 L Â¬ s 1 Â¬ T i ttt 1 tVc Â¬ 1 Â¬ u- gJOur Â¬ - 1 1 it Ct AT IT I VERLASTINGLY orn-make Cotai i I c L - H jti lf 1 - -- 3- tiu 1 1 Su Â¬ C i 1 - ttOattiSEtt32 bbs BIS g M RL MY RIVAL Qt Her d rre foaad Ilrc-lv-- Topay ataadan rretrtod a rival at bar l t cares rr 2 IEt AM pw I nan not well i His hateful Be Is Dot fair to outward rtew Hto intellect U hazy at and doll and stupid toot Hes Indolent and lacy t g AVI heeds mat vary whtnj P aate a eaaatdoaa m Hits My rival vaia and m Bat ptai a Her tender bart to often He cover says a funny thing v I uiuI- ti III K t vnu pj paafj Li rt mely prepoaat In Now what am I to do I This acvravatti You aee I can not call aim otrt To cbtralrooa daelkx y I at tier a nc 3 seu r n uiii i haw Hn MMMf lc N Who is hated ct rival B fimith Harry In America AX AWAKENING Ji How Mr Keith Came to Appro- ciato Her Family loaded down with parcels as usual said one suburban passenger to another as they alighted at Harford Park I dont believe there is another man in the place who makes such a slave of himself for hie familys sake as Frank Keith doe And not another one who is less - iated responded his companion Whenever I have pone there In the evening he has lieon staining the woodwork in his basement putting up shelves or doing something else to Improve the bouse And th3t wife of his objected to every thing he proposed and went around with the most martyr like air imaglnaMs liecauso pjt didnt adopt all of her suggestions Weil I am glad I am not tied to that kind of a woman remarked the first speaker as he reached his own gate Meanwhile the subject of their con versation was striding rapidly on ahead of them and presently ascended the Steps of the most pretentious looking dwelling on the street His arm ached from carrying a box of quinces with various packages and the first thing ho did a root door closed behind him was to deposit the entire lot on the Â¬ Â¬ There goes Keith 1 t hall carpet Frank bow can you be ro thought- Â¬ less said a reproachful voice from tho sewing rovm at the end of the ball I am trying to t I Lildren to stop throwing every thin on the floor the a house but it minute tbey c to as wondered at if they follow chief trouble had HJeeB wttE inged covered on every side with what tioa Ono after aoothor bad left had once been gaudy cheap flowered ahe could not net alonjr with paper but was now smoke begrimed Mrs Keith or had boon discharged for torn and hanging in moldcring shreds Its pertinence until at last Hannah from the brown boards that formed tho omo diligent faithful Ilannah whose walls and roof of inn d work should have suited the most exact shclL Tho Mack and dirt spotted lay of housewives floor seemed nevor to have known aught On the following Saturday Mrs Keith of water or broom and in one corner deaooaded to her kitchen to give orders was an ineffaceable bloodstain where a about the weekly baking man had been deliberately murdered Before she had spoken Hannah said during tho initial days of tho weird in a scarcely audible tone buildings checkered history 1 thought I would tell you maam The di K used bf teacher through that I should like to leave next week two ci trmv jrr necessity Why Hannah what is the cause of because of the poverty of the people of this the district was what had been Eft Well I cant do the work to please over which had pasavl innumerable you and Mrs Dr Cuton wants a girl so glasses and gallons of lcer whisky I atw promised to go there wine and all the other vile decoctions Who said that your work didnt known to primitive frontiorcivilization please me7 the tastes of which were not those of tho You never liked any thing that 1 connoisseur hm demanding 6onthing made and Indeed maam I tried so that had i searching effect more of hard Hero Hannah broke down and tho nature of sulphuric oid pcrhapi commenced to sob ner chair too was an abandoned beer A new light seemed to dawn upon keg and the seats of the scholars were Mrs Keiths mind A word of apprecirough boards resting 03 beer kegs for ation or encouragement this was what supports Thero were no maps no the girl wanted and what the mistress blackboards no gloln s no library no had never given Slowly revolving in bell no register there wr avoided the latters Inner consciousness came a nothing that would convoy to the chain of almost forgotten circumstances stranger that the gloom looking place disappointed looks and tones of husband was a school room nre it not for the children and servants when they bad presence of tho determined young failed to secure from bor the commenda- Â¬ teacher only eightnoa years old sur- Â¬ tion whioh their efforts merited rounded by hoi patiawt ashotaa She could not humble herself by ask- Suspend J over hor unique desk by 3 nuu wc ui ms mugm wrenuuu um buckskin thongs Wi a brech loiding slowly up the stairway she felt that riPe while froi hung a waist belt sco wpuia give considerable II Hannah of cartriigoo a curious adjunct to the could be induced to change her mind simple crriculun it will bo thought Tho conviction was gradually forcing nor wcrr they bttowwai faociously as Itself upon her that she had been guilty symbols of teaching tho young idea of injustice if not of positivo cruelty how to shoot hut for literal nee by the and worst of all to her children No brave girl w 0 had cnarge of that wonder that thoy remarked the contrast pioneer school and she could handlo between her indifference to their little that riflo effectively too if occasion ro triumphs and the hearty sympathy of quired their school mates parents And her Among the many Interruptions to the husband how often had he turned course of study and of annoyanco to the away with that pained expression on patient child teacher c tranc as it may his face after some of bor ill tempered appear to the uninitiated in frontier speeches How patiently he had borne lore was tho frequent cry of lynxes them all She began to look upon bim in the dense growth of timber fringicg and to lo M a klnd ot the creek close by So perfectly does iat i return that she might show her oeni- - the plaintive strain of that animal imi- Â¬ ftssM for past neglect tate the voice of a child that frequently It was not easy to discontinue her recitations were suspended and noses life long habits but Mrs Keith was fully aroused to a sense of her short- Â¬ comings and those nearest and dearest as her were not long In perceiving a de cided change in her attitude toward them They no longer sought in vain for some token of approbation when striving to gratify the wife and mother Hannah entered Mrs CatonB service but Mrs Keith luckily obtained another servant quite as competent and the new girl was never beard to com Â¬ plain of any unreasonable fault finding on the part of her mistress Helen E liford in Chicago Journal hastily-constructeÂ¬ -Â¬ THE BOWSERS Mr Bowser Tries His Hand for horse flies and plnch bugs do thiB job Y Did you FIFTY FIRSTjCONGEESa First WasHiHOTON Jnnt M SawATX Mr h rail offered a resolution which was agreed x Instructing tbe Committee on Privileges and Elections to inquire as to the date when un der the law and precedents the salaries of the Senators from Montana Washington and Noith Carpentering at JWell if I had a girl tenjean old iU yss Ptlon 0E days ago an expres sman brought up a small FK t OLIVER PLOWS PBSWfrBBfWBaBnagggHBgB3fjjB s - jaj of v9Lg J lumber and left it at the barn ard when Mr Bow- Â¬ ser came home I mentioned the fact and asked what he intended to do with aMl YljfJLyjn fir Wtmw T 7 Its for screen doors for tho front doors he replied Carpenter coming u to make them Havent engaged anr Mr Bowser you arc not going to try and make them yourself There wont be any trying about It I shall proceed to make and hang them Im afraid you cant do it Its a nice pioco of joiner work to mako a screen door sspseUH one for the front of the hous I am well aware of hat ho said as he stroked his chin n a complacent way Baveat I got about fifty dollars worth of tools Dont I know how to handle tie in T -- I wish you had give your order at the shop as other fo ks do Til be hanged if I pay any eight dol Â¬ lars for a pair of doors when I can mko em for treo dollars You aro alwiya gainst any thing I under Lake Mr Bowser vou cant make a r -- it aaCTHSSISSrwlt a MR Jr dj BOWSFB REMOVES THE SCREENS- - your example The voice belonged to Mrs Keith and that lady stood in the doorway while her husband prce oled to hold up diiT r ion the kind of a basket you wanted he asked displaying a wicker affair about two feet in diameter I told you to sf the new You sawlike Mr it when we Balled there Where did you buy 1 XOT TWEXTY YEARS AGO - astoa you c A- kind at a drv gH to do I thing of that Wny id you didnt four oVlivk when didnt have Haas Callle 1 It was I left the office Then Tisher and go to for the ijuincos was Baaalssion liouse t Aront up They ai too ripe for pros r s I should think after buy them at many might have lookd owt for ed the box and with a rueful countenance It had always nth of their married life Why was it ho could neve- ieABe Callle Had a stranger loen present when the family met in the dining room as would probably have thought that the childrin and the domestic of the estab Q trained lishmerj Their B awed expression ally wbtU they looked at Mrs Keith and they srokc in subd tones There was a pere pt change in their demeanor when rSSSSi them master of are first class Th larlted to Hannah who was re aat you make them baking day A pleased light eanK- - into the girls I when her ut it qoickl safstsess said They are baked too hard He more b your oven next time Han nub Its no us trying to suit missis saiC Hannah that evening with tears In her f crony the girl who SMffssi She always Cnd6 fault no next door mutter how hard I try to please Then I wouldnt stay with her re plid the other there are plenty of placcm waiting for good workers Hannah had not previously contem plated leaving but this remark started a new train of thought In her mind and eventually resulted in her making inÂ¬ quiries for another situation Hannah had scarcely left tho dining room when Herbert the only son of the boost announced that he had received a perfect mark in the geography examination at school that day He was evident ly very proud of the fact and expected a word of commendation Well I hope you will stand consid erably higher in deportment than you did last month This from his mother The ooys head drooped and his lips uu compressed as if to koep back sonc thing he wanted to say Rosalie the younger child was quick to observe her brothers chagrin Katie Lewis was perfect too she said and when I went borne with her und she told her mother Mrs Lewis was uo glad and she promised to take hor to the museum Saturday Mr Keith had listened attentively to thU brief cop versa tion but he did comment upon it until the children had -de-seÂ¬ l1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nt oonccrned if you were She could not remember of his ever having spoken so sharply to her before In all the years of their married life jBbe determined to prevent a repetition of the offense if possible and with that end in view gazed at bim in stony left them Dont you think it would be better to praise the boy occasionally he said It seems to me that he needs a little encouragement It is unwise to allow children to boast of their snmrasciB at school And I am not accustomed to any interference in the management of mine The lady was surprised andnota Uttle annoyed that he should have taken any notice of her speech What was her amazement when he blurted oat It would be better for all parties I am sure I have the greatest confi dence in your judgment my dear You have an exceedingly queer man aerof showing it she responded with a disagreeable little laugh Then finding that she had made him decidedly ur nomfortable she arose and walked ma jestically from tha room That was easily settled she thought I can not control the children If he objects to every thing I say in reprov ing them Mrs Keith was both fond and proud of her husband and children but there was something of which she was atfll fonder and prouder and that was a despotic sway over the members of her family 8he was an only daugh-or- ly left liiiaftislim and in her A noVKKB SCHOOk HOUSS baths hosas she had ruled supreme Fortonatery or uaiortxmateiy she had put words together to spell out in Traariedsamnqarteasiadidgeotasher shrill childish treble sa Pethsr Having assasaad the reins of loon followed by a general discussion tfas bs iliula he had on the signification of the strange r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ exer--easin- in a few moments sileaes After a masculine fashion he wilted counted to assure the teacher that some oi her smallest charges fro not lost among tho interminable sand dunes bor Â¬ dering the river Sometimes in the midst of a recita- Â¬ inconveniences tion the door would be rudely flung that the mere open and the intrud r a cowboy recital of them fresh from his herd of T sxas cattle grazin all their deÂ¬ ing peacefully amilser two distant this tails would ap-Â¬ his first visit to tbo rejuvenated town pall the aver- - remctnlorinr well the status of the old and attracted by that legend of former inarm The war cry of the savage had not days sab on would demand suthin to drink been absolutely suppressed on our It would have been difllcult on tho era border when the whoop of the school- Â¬ first occasion such an Inc nt occurred boy brought new terrors to severely tried nerves At his advent the coyotes to have determined which was tbo more ran bowling and frightened to their astonished the gentle girl or the rough cowl rds of the latter the jack rab were not always couched in the choicest id cotton tails became fleeter of foot the prairie dogs abandoned theit language cither as ho was directed to ell near by and rode oft his bags s where for ages their anccnois bad dwelt peacefully and moved bur spurs jingling and nearly drowning theÂ¬ sal muttering over his disapriedly to less dangerous local 11 - while 6olomn eyvd owls pointment and efasgria their ooag 1 remember the view that fall during fort bore their customary daylight the initial term of school as I stood one dreaming even the buffalo grazed at day la October on the absolutely level greater distinces boas the trails m the billowy grass of the virgin plateau surrounding the isolated and was pietsiesqae prairie where bloomed the white and curious building purple anthe creamy pctaleu beautiful and worthy tho m was u remarkable yucca the many entered cacti and the nution scarlet bn ittrta mimosa tions a Strang of twodlstia toivillxa Tary Mending the school hoy rolled in an ecstacy of delight for the great plains wen- a uiw the new marking the course of m march new world- - Is him The bare and empire in Its blackened earth bordering many of the ward the other that of the aboriginal was stream in huge patches where for which like a disaolrisg vi w centuries aad burned the sacred fires of soon to be obliterated by the SOSSM that the mystic meiicinn lodge seemed to was rapidly usurping its place Tho box aid r ird cotton woods covo afcvc been puruthful niii were rapidly don- Â¬ posely designed by Irr ftdencc for play- ering the bor ning their autumn drees of russet und ing marbles and mumhle-the-po- g the mi aye had already con tncnced its The teachers in the primitive institutions of learning in the new West were fantastic play itl tho landscap generally young women of tho old tho sides anu crests of the bills thou West possessing an immense amount sands of buffalo were gruzing u com Â¬ Texas altie of endurance and courage as pany with herds of sand it is called on the frontier They could while in the broad valley sr ail flocks of handle a rifie were marvelous riders antelope wore quietly rumnating their In the distance far but still in their training bad boon ac- Â¬ morning meal customed to all the modern appliances castwardly a train of cars was seer ap- Â¬ known to education in the East so to proaching the struggling town and oa them even the aw Wast was a flash cither side of the track as far as the eye could reach the fresh sod in many and purely tentative field the empire In one of our very beat towns seven Â¬ places had been turned up teen years ago it was on the extreme of the plow was established and the verge of civilization in Kansas is still maddening march of immigration in its hunger for the horizon begun to be seen an unobtrusive architecturalA short distance from where 1 stood ly rude and dilapidated board building that once in the days of tho border under the grateful shade of tho largest wa he first district school bouse of the trees on the creek about twenty skin region and the only structure devoted lodges were irregularly scattered on to such a purpose in the vast county the level bottom a herd of a hundred just organized by a proclamation of the ponies were lazily feeding while a Governor To avail themselves of the troop of dusky little children were privileges offered by this primitivo lit-Â¬ chasing the yellow butterflies from the tle school scholars from remote dis- dried sunflowers that so conspicuously tances trudged uncomplainingly day marked the broad trail to far off Santa Those Indians were the remnant after day over wearisome prairies and of a once powerful tribe and their few dunes of saud It was along low structure standing lodges contrasted strangely with tho close to the railroad track on a level peaceful homes dotting the groat ocean little plateau remote from the so called of prairie around them like whitened center of the town and had served sails true argosies of the new civilisaduring the incipiency of the place as a tion that would soon sweep the red man resort for the lowest element Now beforo it as chaff before the wind The Indians the buffalo and tho when a more moral class whose members came to stay demanded its better quaint surroundings of that primitive school have long since gone forever I uses it was converted into a school the only available building for that the old building in which that young purpose One half was occupied as girl who was its presiding genius must a residence and a have felt like Alias bearing the whole the other now worn out crooked in all its single apartment only twenty last square was tho school room This lin s vith a bloody as well a a peace- Â¬ room which was in the front of the ful history empty and neglected it has building possessed two large winiows been relegated to that past of which it one on each side of tho wide door Thesn was such a conspicuous landmark From that primitive of primitive were of stained class stained with white paint and dirt They schools has been evolved in less than were also decorated with crude inscrip two decades in tho city of Larned ir yellow and red tho whole alone throe magnificent structures form inc a unique and startling combi- - comparable to tho wealth and import- Â¬ nation of letters when considered in ance of the place in stylo and architec In tho connection with the use to which tho ture equal to any in the State place is now devoted The letters were county once included In that one disprobably nine inches long and it was trict aro more than sixty districts with the daily amusement of the smaller their separate and beautiful buildings scholars whs were just beginning to Those thirteen little scholars havo inÂ¬ crease to nearly two thousand and their g rliah bat plucky teacher now a st u loft school In the broader ll Henry I ity star A Collection of Clovers James L Penny packer of Philadelphia has a curious collection of clovers from different Stau a The clovere are mounted upon a card so as to represent a four leaved clover One leaf is made uof cloven four loaved clovers another of nine five leaved clovers another of six loaved clovers and the fourth of mx nine leaved elovors The stem is represented by a series of clovers con- Â¬ taining cup or funnel leaves and at the very end is one clover having nine and a cup and another clover having thirteen leaves Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ r flu Quaint Way Station of American Civilization N Â¬ tive of TnE days primiof Â¬ the settlement Kansas the plucky teachers suffered fearful hardships and were compelled to endure such 11MMK SOUET11IS TO mUSK I Â¬ e MemajgL Railroad strut aettled The Illinois ailroad strike is settled the strikers giving in on the 27th and trains are now running Tho Strikers an red that Division Super sseli wftl be kept strictly who couldnt Teat If Id make her go barefoot all summer I didnt mako these doors for your house sir Thank Heaven for that Bowser youro a brick a soft brick Ill come up this cvtring with a band and sor thos doors You cant hangoae Pontblarno When tb neighbor had gone I sud- Â¬ me when the failure comes denly felt Ui back end of tho house Blame you Are ycu getting crazy lift- up It as Mr Bowser pulling If those doors ire not a i i xrs off He couldnt even wont hear a word of fault from me--nwait c uk the screws out of the ap ep I was tblnkingof ordering Iheaa hinges They came off in detachments but leing you havo stuck your nose up and the pieces were flung into tho back so high 111 mako em row just to show yard When he had finished he came in you that I can do It and said And next morning he puton an old suit Mrs Bowser 1 want to have a talk and went out to the barr and before nine with you a very serious talk oclock he had measured four different Hut didnt I tell you how it would times for those doors At last ho got be the dimensions to suit and I beard him Never You encouraged mo to go sawing off tho strips About oleven ahead and to please a whim of yours oclock I wx nt out and found the stuff Ive lost three days time pounded myall cut to lengths and Mr Bowser was self all over spent six dollars In cash making half mortises a- the ends Mrs and been made a butt of ridicule Arent our front doors higher than Bowser this is the limit -- tho finis tho this I asked as I picVed up ono of the end Make out a list of what furniture side pieces you want and let us agreo on tho aliHavent you any housework to see mony Detroit Frf o Press to ho brusquely replied A BAD PRACTICE Youve got cm a foot too short Oh 1 have eh Soure folks eyes aro Man Farm r 1Vlo Sell Their Crop In better than a carpenters rule tho Ilaw Stnt- I went back into the house but it It is tboeustoui with most farmers to wasnt long before I saw him sneaking run their farms to their fullest capacity around to the front with one of the and sell the crops in the raw state thus pieces I watched him as he tried it reducing the soil from whenco all this and it was all of twevo inches short material comes If the farmer could Mr Bowser scratched his car growled realize that ho is a manufacturer and like a bear and looked as foolish as a tho farm bis factory and to sell the boy caught in a harvest apple tree Ten crops off tho farm is selling the raw maminutes later he was it the telephone terial which always brings tho lowest ordering more stuff price that he ir thus Using more than Were they too short I asked as ho half the profit he should obtain from hung up tho trumpet tho farm there would be less poor runno but I though Id get heavier down farms less run out fields less be mumbled us he shot out beard of hard times less poor bankrupt stvff doors farmers and that farming is aftor all a The stuff came up aftr dinner and it vain delusion and does not pay was about five oclock in tho afternoon The fartocr should consider that the when he put one of the frames together farm is not only a factory but it also produces its own raw material from which to manufacture articles of sale Thus ho has tho advantage of most every other manufacturer The soil and air arc the sources from which the farm- Â¬ er draws bis supplies of raw materiai and the plaut and animal life are the machines by which ho works up this raw material Into useful manufactured articles such as milk butter cheese pork beef mutton wool and cotton Instead of tbe farm being adapted to a single crop or a single occupation it is really a combination ot a great many pursuits Tho implements and ma- Â¬ chinery aro varied and tho products are not limited to any particular article Let cs look at somo of the farmers machines and see what advantages he has over other manufacturers The cow which is the machine for convert j ing tho farm crops into milk butter or 1 BROVOHT MY TAPE LISE cheese is unlike other machines is Xow and tood it up in the dcor I went out self sustaining and self repairing the farmer finds a great deal of matter Â¬ and as he began to smile with satisfacproduced on tho farm which has cost tion I said Mr Bowser that ioor is squee- - him something to make that there is no sale for and would bo lost but by gawed Squcogawed What the assistance of the cow he is enabled for in the back coun- - to manufacture It Into a form for which does that he can find rc idy sale while at the Your door is wider at tbo bottom same time sho roturns a portion of the original cost la the shape of manure for than at the top tho purpose of assisting to further in Â¬ It can Hut your own ees will convinco you crease the rmount of raw material ewe anoiher farm machine Theres nn inch difTeren o help the farmer dispose of his 111 bet yovj a trillion dol11 a good profit by manufacturing lars there isnt a hairs breadth Into a greater variety of salable 1 ran for my tape line and soon proved products n the shape of wool mutton er nr eh that tho differI manure besides keeping Oh well I Oat a a and ether pests of the farm ment he said bat it a si ding the great advantage that evening bef on ho some In bl machinery la to tho farm ho had pounded one of uany farms now without a the hammer run a a k iio on them who buy their d half got a bad hurt from a hr of wool and mutton and a doaen times urine the night he and sassifras bushes ed out in his sleep about moi so wlrtlc much of the with tenons hinge springs cic and onco I production oi the farm that is not sal- Â¬ heard him exclaim able In its ri sent form could be eaten Fit Why if they dont tit Ill knock by the sheep the infernal old house town Tho It was ten oclock next forenoon when enablessow another valuable machine the farmer to cultivate crops Ho had tho I went out to the barn are lorely salable except at low door covered with tbo wire cloth and that prices and manufacture thm into pork proudly called my attention to it and valuable progeny that mature Which is the outside of the door I quickly and reach a market in a short asked time and thui makes tho farmer more Why the side thij way of course independent and farming more profit Then youve tacked the cloth on the ablo inside Then comes tho marc that givos us Thats where it belongs the power vith which to perform tho You never tmw it there Mr Bowser work requki and dd i her offspring never And look at tho way you havo to tho revenue There are but few tacked tho stuff on Its humped up In farmers if any who do not keep horses a dozen different pi acts because you to work their farms but how many avail pulled it askew keepof There isnt ono hunp not tbe sign themselves as athis advantage of ing a mare machine and working of a hump give iiy man a billion Ill fullest capacity If the dollars to make a bettc job of it All her to her glvo farmer will the mare a chance sho that door needs now is painting will tako much of the farm crops that But dont they paint the frames bo do not sell above cost of fore they tack the cloth on How aro production at prices much and manufacture itintotho you going to paint the inside of tic shape of colts that w ill mako him inde- Â¬ frame pendent of tho market and fill Lis pock- Â¬ Dont you worry voir this ets with money job Mrs Bowser I born along Then comes the hon though but a side of a hi small part of the whol she a an effect- Â¬ Bnt after I had gone iway ho tore off ive and capable machino to pick up all the wire and painted the frame and the wasted seeds of every crop and man next morning he covered the other facturo them into ready selling car- Â¬ That night Mr Bowser kicked around casses and eggs Thus wo see tne farmer ought not to in his sleep in the most awful manner and at about two oclock in the morning sell his crops in taeir crude or raw he suddenly sat up In bed and ex- Â¬ state but feed them to the various farm animals and birds which act as so many claimed Squeegawedl Ill bet you four hun- Â¬ machines performing their work by dred thousand billion dollars against a different methods manufacturing the crops of tbe farms into a variety of manu- Â¬ cent that they are as plimb as a rule Mr Bowser had been it work an hour factured products which are salable at next morning before I went out He all times and seasons of the year Farmbad tho doors at the front and he ers consider yourselves manufactur- Â¬ seemed to have some trouble about ers your farms your factories and work them to their fullest capacity Sell hanging them You see what youve done dont nothing off of tho farm until it has been you I asked after a survey of the utilised by the farm machines unless wisdom points out that the most profit scene I dont believe either near Â¬ would be in selling the raw material Thomas D Baird in Ohio Farmer sighted or color blind he replied Well youve got one door wrong Who Can Bvit H side up to begin with H how When tho complete census returns havo Look at tho panels and see Then been received at WaI there is a you have been trying bang ono to prospect that the claims of various lo- Â¬ swing in and the other lo swing out calities throughout the country I have eh That shows all vou sion of the oidost living inhabi- Â¬ know about it Im simply fitting tho tant may bo finally de ided Philadel screens so they will shut tight phia however is the Brat in the field Just before noon he got a bang on with a candidate This is tin Catharine both doors and as 1 looked at them from Sharp who owns up to having put in the hall I had to sit dewn on tho floor 118 years of life on this blissful sphere and laugh They didnt meet in the She is the head of a family of five gen- Â¬ within two inches and each was erations All of them live in the samo half an inch short at xp and bottom house and with two exceptions all aro He had also hung them with tho cloth women Her daughter is seventy two on ho inside Just Len a neighbor years of ago her granddaughter 42 her along aid turned into the steps great granddaughter 32 and besides After looking at the doors for half a these there are two great great grand- Â¬ in great astonishment he children The male portion of tho minute household comprises the husband of tbo laughter and the son ot the tug just from Tans Bowser 1 ot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BBW I and South Dakota began The Aircultujal College bill was passed with an amendment dividing the funds between culort d and white schools of a State The conference report sn the dependent pension bill was adopted Kid conferees appointed on tbe fortifications btIL The Cox obsequies were postponed until Tues day After a short executive session the Senate adjourned House The Speaker announced tbe appoint ment of Messrs Drawer Uutlerworth and Savers as conferees on the fortification bill The House then went into committee of the whole on District or Columbia business The bill authorizing the extension of the tracts of the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Company within tbe District was taken up and the Committee rose without final action on the bill Tbe conferees 00 the general pension apThe House In propriation bill failed to ajree sisted upon Its disagreement to the Senate amendments and then adjourned Mr Cell Washington June 24 Sxn at gave notice that he would to morrow call up the on Foreij n adverse report from the Committee Relations on the resolution introduced by bim relating to the Independence of Cuba for the purpose of submitting tome remarks to the Senate The conference report on the naval appropriation iIU was agreed to Tbe appropriation bill was considered and pass ed The consular and diplomatic bril was al ic passed and the conference report on the Indian appropriation bill was agreed to The Senate adjourned to 0 p m Housx Mr Hutterworth O presented the report of the Appropriations Committee upon the Senate amendments to the legislative bill He said that in tho case of Inconsequential amendment tbe committee recomm nued concurrence but wiiere salari s wero increased or new offices created tbe committee recommend ed non concurrence The report of the com mittee was agreed to and conference orderel A coufereuce was ordered on the legislative ap propriation MIL and on several other measures A rule was reported to consider the silver bi with Senate amendments until J p m to mor row when a vote will be taken on Tbe debate continued until adjournment at 5 10 Washington June 25 Senate Bridge bills were reported and certain bills passed Mr Call lose to address the 8enate 01 his resolutions for negotiating with Span for the freedom of Cuba and In relation to German ownership of tbe bonded debt of Cuba An executive session cut off his remarks The House bill for tbe admission of Wyoming was taken up but laid aside for a dls cusslon of Mr Calls right to use the Record for a personal explanation winch Mr Inalls charged to be in part a deliberate falsltlcitfcn ot what had occurred Pending discussion of the Wyoming bill the Senate adjoumod Hocsx The conference report on the naval appropriation bill was passed Tbe silver dhote was resumed and the free coinage amendments were non concurred In 1M M lji Tte egwl tender clanse was non concurred In 141 to SV The other Senate amendments were non concurred in without a division The conference report on he Dip omatlc and Consular bill was agreed to An order was reported providing that the National election bil be up the previous question to oe ordered taken 1 p m Wednesday next amendments to be Offered the last two days under the lr minute rule Moion to table resolution was lost y as IIS nays 131 Coleman La voting with the Democrats At Jrgop m the House adjourned to meet at II a m lo raorroiv Wacauawiaat June 4 -- Sknatf ThcIIoui e bill for the admission of Wyominsr as a Slate was taken up and Mr Jones Ark aMreased the Senate An agreement was mane to take 4 p a vote on Ibe measure at In bmisw The Senate joint retoition to continue the unexpended ha a re fw lie free delivery service fgdvCM up to of the nfflui department June IB 101 for par fur extra service of ttar IIo--carriers wis repnrtd anil passed The bill to provide for i term of court at Djnville llL was pasted and after an executive session the S nate aiJOirneil HocE On motion of Mr Ketcham N Y corded bv Mr Flower iK Y wbOBafdat Indorse ilic mcas ire in every particular the House bU was pis e j granting fifteen davs leave to clerks in first and second class post The regular order being demanded Mr offices Lodge Mass bewail the debate ipon the Ma tionai eectton bill followed by Messr Deorj Adkill llowclL Lchlbach and Tucker Va journed 27 -- Senatb Washington June The bill for the admission of Wyoming was passed Is The conference report on the li islatite api roprlation bill was presented and new esav fcwees were appointed The bill admis p in the sion of Idaho was read and at now been Senate adjourned The tariff ill has upon the Peuate calendar since June Its but t will not be taken up for consideration before July 5 or perhaps not until July 7 HorSE Mr Dolery of Missouri rising to a pErluimentary inquiry asked whether it would lie in order to reconsider tho vote by which tho postal clerks leave bill was passed yesterdav II had been informed yesterday by the gontle man who called up the bill Mr Ketcham N Yli that it did not involve an appropriation wherras he now learned that It would Involve an expenditure of i11000 As M Ketcham was not pr sent Mr Dockery was permitted by unanimous i onsent to enter a motion to reconslJrr leaving It pendtni for tbe present The consideration of the election bill was ihcn resumed the speakers being Messrs Hatigcn tVisconln Covert New Yorki r Ohio Vuix Pennsylvania and Ken Â¬ nedy Ohio At 5 4D p m tho House ad journed WASniNGTOK June 2S Senate Little bus iness of Importance was transacted Tie day was spent on the calendar The tarfi bill will probably be called up by Mr Men ill on Monday but it is thought the debate on the bill will not be in befurc Monday a week In the House the debate continued Mors during tbe day and through an evening session on the bill for National elections Â¬ post-offic- e 1 111 ft 3 L a am II BJ BS - 7V g naMnaTflWninaBafigaBM M LaLa Wm VlJtVBannCTMPgsaB W aSsaTgtVa awdl J - sawv e- - - I - SHACKELFORD DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FOR S GENTRY Fnrnisii Ms TOOLS AND MATERIAL Hardware Tinware Wooflenware AND WAGON MAKERS House BLACKSMITHS Roofing and Guttering KiciiMONii Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds THE HARVEST Â¬ TILE COMMONWEALTH Louisvillo GoTTiirr iiAisir brewery employe foil through an elevator shaft and was killed Tweivk pal SOWS were overcome b the heat at Louisville on the 27tlu Sr a WILL SOON BE HERE -- djaaaifcW m p b- - aaapaB i tgir t- Four caM s st s- e Â¬ Â¬ K It liviiui iis Baperrlaorof Gaasaa in tho Owensboro district announces the population of Owensboro to lie nine thousand five hundred Sknatok CaBUSU has proposed an nKXnnVtJattnPPnVB3E Jmamendment to the sundry civil bill appropriating V0 000 to awlarga tho military post at Newport la Trimble County James Kennody and Ed Ulan juarrelel about fourteen xlnaLagamBm dollars which inn claimed was due him and Kennedy was hot and killed A posse is in piii iuit of linn At the session of tho International Sunday school Tnion in littsbur h Rev Dr J A llroadus of Louisville was selected as a member of the Inter- Â¬ And if yon Want to get Through Without any Trouble go at national Lessons Committee Once and Get Ton an ALL STEEL Tiik residein0 of Mr Fil Engles situ- Â¬ on tlio Itothleleni pike near Paris ated burned the other moralaf entailing a loss of about 4i00 Insurance on house 51000 and on household funiture i0OU Mas ii nx Maui v a hitherto re ed woman was held at Sharpsburg to answer to tbe chanro of poisoning the Joe S Boggs says that he has been running a DEERING BINDER lor tour family of J P Jarvis and it has not cost him a cent for repairs Tm post olBce at Porton thirty miles BJ Clay says he has been running a DEERING BINDER for ten years and it from Padueah was broken into and rob Â¬ bed tho other night The office is in is doing good work yet the drugstore of Slake sV Lemon The That is the Kind of Machine for the Farmers to Buy safe was blown open and 2000 in money ir0 worth of stamps and SI 000 REMEMBER that I will have a car load of these six loot DEERING MOWERS in notes were taken There U no clew I bought them to sell dont forget it I have just received a car load of the ce to the perpotra Faao Ki ki was shot and killed by brated DEERING BINDER TWINE his brother-in-laat Loaiatille while at supper with tho family At Paris while working on the new Call and see me next door to the Post Office opera house a hatchet slipped from tho resulted fatally aaaS3aatrnrPS Deering THE BEST Binder t THEY ARE BEST MACHUNTB OIL IP hL POPE 1 11 News A mm Ili-iii- to coin pel tho school board to tiiioy a teacher of German in Public School No Â¬ census supervisor tion is lsoeoo HiNTsvn11 Ala is to have a cotton 00 000 mill backed by a capital of Lincoln Neb lias a population of 5300 i not counting suburbs which would swell it to 00000 Phk iitxt Diaz of Mexico lias veto Â¬ ed tho Lower California Lottery bill TllF Whisky Trust having refused to rescind the rebate asked for by tho wholesale dealers the latter has decided to proceed at once to build co- Â¬ TIT has been tiled in Imlianopolis to figures 1 r - Arronnixti furnished by tho Louisvillos popula- operative distilleries i Â¬ Tiik amount collected by means of tho Chinese poll tax at Vancouver last month was 74U1 as compared with f307j for the same month last year Nfiiik SkKHBMET for eilit years a cripple from hip disease is reported to have ben cured after three days prayer in St Johns Catholic Church Oswego K Y ImminisF swarms of locusts are devastating Tripoli Tin French Government has takon precautions to keep ehoiora from ente lng the country from Spain Â¬ Srri kintimiknt of CK1MM Pouter estimates the population of tho District of Columbia at Js 100 an increaso of 59 nmt per cent reported that John I- - Sullivan will invest his nions y in a stock farm in and retire from tho priie rinjr Iris WA1UHING A COURTSHIP A Voting Mans Progress Measured by Lateness of UU Calls tte Â¬ In Â¬ 1 Jauirhtor youve got 1 new idea in As a rule sows that are wintered on doors I suppose the space at corn alcne will not farrow as well as om is for bugs that at he top when a good variety of food has been ui toes anu I am measuring young Trueloves progress in courting Miss Affection writes a Louisville Post amateur sleuth I have no special acquaintance with him but I frequently pass tho yong ladys homo at night From the llghu in the parlor he has been calling two months and during that time has mado progress At first I used to meet him coming out of tho gates as the bells struck ten Shortly after however ho experienced tho pleasure of counting tho bells in tho Uy tho by did you ever notion parlor wnilo chatting in your fascinating way how loud those bells struck sounded like tho roar of a battle The lights soon began to burn oftencr in the parlor For two weeks tho parlor was dark and I knew that they had quarreled How sad For two whole weeks they nover saw each other and just because Truclove came two minutes late ono night Hut lovers quarreis aro loves renewal so they were soon burning tho gas and coal again Hes there most every night now and tho othor night tho lights were actually burning at eleven oclock But young man you havo reached tho limit now dont stay later than eleven oclock Its dangerons so hor father says If you aro determined to stay later than eleven pick oat a girl who has a small and delicate father At locusi i unty lour ruf fians made a brutal assault upon James U Inosii while ill ani Mi the latter worn returning from a sociil galhorinf lOvcrall was knocked down with a el u and rendered unconscloua and M who is a highly ro- - hand of one of tho workmen and struck Ed Hibler another worknau in the forehead and eat a gash w hich may rv Buit fatally Thomas Owsley another workman had a sunstroke and is in The hud carriers a critical condition struck for higher wage on account of tho heat Plnsions for Keatacklaaa Vm Jar vis Cisncy James Campbell Grape Grays n vine Richard Sweariagcr m 11 Geo A Harvey Leitchfieltl New Market Jao Preele Gebhardt Henderson las llaney PurtonYlllo Cbus Price Bowling ireenObediah V Metcalf West Point Elijah W Prater Wm Hall Paradise Wm Saylersvillc P Shelly Pigeiey lreichersville Thompson Tatevllle Chas Engh lont Thoa C Winfery Columbia C Francis Hargls Somerset Anthony Reynold Lobanou Jos N Easton Lancas- Â¬ ter Joe Anderson Sr Hopkinsville Wilson Oliver Settle Ambrose Whaten ille Daniel H Williams Skiles ville Manson II Mitchell Yost Jno B Hourner IIodrenville Virginia C widow of Thos C Winfred Columbia Maggie royalty for widow of Daniel W Coleman Middlosburg Lyda widow of Goo Rollins Lexington Alary widow of Anthony R Reynolds Lebanon Amick widow of Jas C Holden alias Obanen Louisville Ares mother of Jno M Vetter Louisville Sallio T widow of Wm T Ward Greensburg John Curren Lesburg special act Tiik Stato Teaebeca Association at its in Frankfort sleeted tho follow Â¬ ing vice presidents and editors Vice Presidents A L Smith Henderson J E llaynes Calhoon J W Gaines Miinfordsville Rev McMillan Burks villo J H Kerr Lebanon W H Barth- Â¬ olomew Louisville Amanda Anderson Lancaster E E Swift Pleasureville J H Craven Walton Thos Hunter Frankfort Miley S Howe Flemings burg EL B Scott Ashland Jas B Faulkner Harboursville D A Thomp- Â¬ son Wades Mill Editors Sudie Tuell Henderson Cora Leacbman Cleopatra Lapsey Wilson Groensburg S G Me Elroy Lebanon Jas H lbrnett Clay Village C W Hell Harrodsville J O Demaree Do Foe Viola Moore Falmouth R N Grehan Lexington Josiah Wilson Maysville D XV Steele Jr Ashland Hattie March Richmond XV II Daue hcrty Owlngsville Jamfs Caki kntfk farmer of Walton drunk cut his wifes throat with arazor Supposed not fatal Tub body of Mrs George A Vant of Hopkinsvillo who it is claimed was poisoned by her husband has been exhumed and the stomach sent to Xash- villo for examination to see if traces of strychnin can be found in it The hus Â¬ band is still in jail Jo WiiKAT shot and instantly killed John Lewia at a colored festival in a church near Troy Wheat is in jail at les of Cadi Tir Trig County ar engaged in a move to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FORTmIiTONLY Shakespeare would do their trading at the Racket Bargain But it these same men Store they would soon save enough money to buy a pair of new trowsers Honest toil dont stand a chance The more we work we have behind us Bigger patches on our pants Lives of poor men oft remind us LOOK AT THESE PRICES Work Shirts from S uspenders from Socks from 25 cents up 6 cents up 5 cents up 1 Handkerchiefs Gallon Coffee Pot Three papers of Pins Four dozen best Ilooks and Eyes Best English Needles two papers Two Balls White Darning Cotton 2 for 5c A u p - cents 5 cents 5 cents 5 cents 5 cents First Door Above Farmers Bank RIOHMOND Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society 48- - GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY Organized 1874 JA8 E CANTR1LL President Dr S F QAJTO Med Director Assets 5675040 W Z THOMSON Secretary Dk C W HARDIN Geu Agt Calla attention to its Level Premium Plan of Iusuranceand lil Policy Prompt and Reliable Paid up taucy Of life thus providing disability cla on aa to except for fraud or non payment of premium nual payments travel or occupation Policies uon forfeitable after rraakie 106 Qnelui Buber Shop Finp n ParriarTPQ ID I I EAST MAIN STREET UQI I lUPUOl 8 WI is in a legend The room wu very lowoeil- - We hove opened a first class sb ud deeire to have tbe patronage od sol We UPilT MTfTIPC Ceullemen ladies and children DUUUlXiO JnirK PutUSft has received the novn iftiarantee tlrst ctas work XewuilH a for criminal judge of the rleirant furniture clean tliroui NEW PEET0NS liiid sharp razors Twelfth Judicial Dintric M C V by tho Democratic convention 43- J NEW CARRIAGES Tin Johnson II burned early the other m NEW SURRIZS A had boon sold recently hy W II II Jobn NEW SULKIES l Heeding Ixiss about 85000 partly insured I desire to sell or rent privately the V a well kucwe cl fl7 VwKuIm IA All large two story ter living a milt v la teat r aala Springs was f vol of a en iiJtuated on a good corn I lou Ky known aa th I y H H COL YE For Sale or Rent STORE HOUSE