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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tSBt v 7 t 1 VOLUME IV I Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies 1 m 1IH1J m nr ffiSffi tffiyS1 TffiiP TlJTJ T RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 9 1890 NUMBER 4 THE SAVINGS BANK OF RICHMOND saver lor his patrons His prices on his linos of goods are so much ularity I am determined to make an addition to my Savings Bank and add to it a Summer Resort Offers a number of its sliares to the public for less been a than value It haspublic call recognized fact for a long time that STRENG is the money below all other houses that the Not satisfied with this pop his establishment The Savings Bank of Richmond This I propose to accomplish by making a great reduction in my already low prices and Â¬ BEGIN A GREAT SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Thereby crowding my store all day long with Bargain Hunters who will have their desires readily gratified with unlimited bargains thereby causing unlimited exclamations a Summer Resort to buy goods at Strengs NOW WATCH US IS IT NOT LIKE DEPOSIT IXl YOUB MONEY IN It IS IT N is like going to LSI TIM Dry Goods at 5 cents Cliallies worth Calicoes woith 6c at 5 cents Cliallies worth 10c at Sj cent- Handsome Dies GooJs worth 15c at llt rents All Colors Henriettas 36 inches wide worth 46c at 15 cents All Wool Henriettas 40 inchs wide worth oc at jo cents at njaj cents Handsome Sateens worth Colored French tsVecns worth 35C at ZO tents Cstbsscrc Ombres worth 40c at cenu at 10 cent- India Linens worth a 7s cents 45 inch Flouncing worth Nool Cliallies worth 25c at 20 cents 1 TO GO TO III he prices Notions Jersey Pitting Vests worth 15c at 15 cents Jersey Fhting Vests wO 11140c at 25 cents Hose ful regular worth 30c at 20 cents Hose worth 2e at it- - cents Hemstitched Handkerchiefs worth 10c at 5 cents Silk Mits worth 40c at 25 cents lielts worth joe at cent- Belts worth pic at 25 cents Bestout Corset worth 75c at 50 cents Beat Corset in the country worth at 100 Zephyr Corset worth 10 Misses Corset- - worth 75c at 50 CCOtS k Shoes at 150 Ladies Dongola Kid Button Shoes worth Ladies Doogola Kid Button Shoes worth 250 at 2 Mates Dongola Kid Button Shoes worth 225 at 175 Misses Slippers worth ioo at 75 cents Misses Slippers worth 150 at 25 Mens Calf Shoes worth 175 at f o Shoes Congress or Lace worth 2 00 at Mens Shoes Congress or Lace worth 2 50 at f 2 00 Mens Shoes Congress or Lace worth 525 at 2 7s Hoys Shoes Congress or Lace worth 2 oo at Bo Childrens Slices 75c at en cents Ch ldrens Shoe- - worth t 2 at 100 1 1 ClothingMens Suits of Glothing worth co at 00 - T ITKK A IIMEE TO lit RESORT V 7c Strengs An J buy kh1s at ii quoted lic alij is svjt- Mens Suits of Clothing worth 1350 at Mens Suits of Clothing worth 50c at 2o oj at f 15 cm Mens Suits of Clothing worth Suits worth 000 at I450 Boys Suits worth 800 at J Suit- - worth 12 00 at ooo o at 200 Childrens Knee Suits worth Childrens Knee Suits worth 450 at 500 at 500 Childrens Knee Suits worth Mens Suits of Clothing worth S 00 at 7 Mens Siits of Clothing worth 10 00 at Soo AT Strengs and tlw comfort ttBdied and iiistniiiis their happiness promoted 1hh1s sold so clieaj with so niach p 11011 Lace Curtains HATS HATS Just opened a new line o Lace Curtains at 5125 150 200 250 300 400 and S500 a pair well worth 25 per cent more With every pair of Curtains from 200 upwards we GIVE THE POLLS TO GO WITH THEM this Season We have just opened onr Second Shipment of to show one of the Handsomest Lines in the city at greatly re- Â¬ and are ready duced prices CARPETS XCARPETS For everybody at from 50 cents up to any price fully 25 per cent lesr than any House can quote them For everybody prices never attempted to be sold for before We begin them at 50 cents and go up to 350 vhich is fully 20 per cent less than any one in town FLANNEL SHIRTS at Of all kinds prices UNDERWEAR of the very best makes at ruinously We want them to move and prices will MAKE THEM GO low new Have had a big lot just in for this sale Prices will make them go If you need one come and see them PARASOLSseasonFANS We haye a run with us this ur orders are issued The goods i our house must get a move on themselves We have therefore inaugurated this great sale creating a Savins Bank for every one that makes a pur chase from us at the same time experiencing the pleasure that one can only get at Strengs and the Summer resorts of the country Dont forget our quotations and a great many things not quot ted as everything in our house has the prices reduced in order that every buyer will get a bargain in whatever they may buy The Savings Bank is open at all times to everybody H J STRENG IEB- - ZE3 The Peoples Savings Bank Mnger ZOTD Xj BIG-G-EESTAF- F S ZL IDOTJO-Xo-S- G ASSISTANT MiLUAQESS i I Â¬ fiSfcv HUMPHREYS AKD POULTRY WROUGHT BY STORM FIVE CHILDBEN DEAD Ol t lie Bavasi ffjejawod in tin- VETERINARY SPECIFICS Ecgs Far Series Cattle Cheep Dc Boot or Trraiiarnt IMPur and t hurt Sent Frc cof Animals luflnatmn tlon FrTrrorgf st loasSltlk Fever A plnal W Teniblo Destruction By Flood Suc Â¬ A stay con tail pounds of der exploded in Augn t Smiths gi ceeding a Cloucl Burst store at Industry Incalculable Damage in ZanesTille and Surrounding Country O hion at Powder fCxpl lHlo-r-- - Ii pow n I 1 A 1 nimnil Cots or lirnbs I t I ll UnrirMii UhrunaiUm Itaaal llir chargca Worms land hiinn ie Vlniike of IMcesIian Diwun 50 doaesX JK Bottle iover Ilirisos - ParalysisU On II II oiif hn lltDiw IVeasrnanla Colic or riper Ba llyarhr 11 - urrl Homorr hoses rinarj with Bprfles Manual liable f i rluan con- Ol and Healkauor Vetrriaary Care Oil 100 Jar Sold bt Drusiiii or Sent Prepaid anravhero any quantity on Beccpt of Friesmud Sfl H in HmrhreTS K dirine Co 109 Fulton St T STJMPHEEYS HOKZOFATHIC specific Nwraos D no fl f iTirmiofiil nntrody lor aa i Ipse rial ori Tills sad 6ou a TUBOBaJam or vor SBfiKS I WcaKnass or other for rul mvder ctim JESSE COBB jf n willl make tlie This Fine Saii season of jo at the Fair jrounds Richmond Ky at SIS TO INSURE COLT JESSE COBB i I5i hands high ut color 4 vear old weighs close to Klwn and i a model ladle horse Is b Mark Diamond rst y Tuttle bone he by Estill Eric and Bell sire of dam of Georgette 219 Vara 23s Second dam Lucy bv Young Ia v Crockett jd dam hy Cannon Whip 4th dam b Travtlh r All care will be taken to rcvent accidents or escapes but will not be responsi ble should any occur Lien reserved on the colt for the service foe QlARLfcS K COLVKE tO 40 Â¬ FOR SALE SWISS C 1TTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x10 to io foot alley Oichard Street new QlEEX AN I COTTAGE c rooms Jot 32x150 to 10 cot allev Hallie Irvine and Oran- TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new 6 rooms ea jle Avenue elegant lots all well fini Three El 1 ILDING LOTS whole on addition on Walnut TllRr GOOIi BUILDING LOTS St- - Saturday eeniiig completely wrecking the building and injuring seven children The evrlosinn was caused by and vicinity experienc- Â¬ sparks from a Jackson cracker which Zancsvillc ed a eloud liurst and the succeeding exploded prematurely in tho hands flood did frreat damage The ajrprepato of August Smith jr aged fourteen loss caused hy tlo floodnjr of cellars years The store was a resort for chilwill alone amount to many thousands dren and at the time of the accident a of dollars The Seventli Wind sullors large number were present firing crackand It will take five fig- ers Five of the seven little victims of ures to represent the damage on that the powder explosion have died Their side of the river The railroads are ai o names are August Smith aged fourteen sister Mary heavy losers not MM that enters tho his city escaping Commissioner Burgess George and Willie Kaylor aged respecis of the opinion that the loss to the tively sight and six years and John Willie Kaycounty by reason of bridgi s and cul- Brennan aged ten years lor lived till Sunday afternoon suffering will reach 5100 verts destroyed 000 damage to pri ate fearfully until death relieved him The The individuals in the city is at least other four died before midnight SaturEmma Smith aged nine 150000 The loss to the fanners of tho day night county by the destruction of their wheat years and Charlio Shaw aged eight in shock growing corn fences etc is years the other victims will recover All day long itmaVW of The father of young Brennau is crazed enormous wheat have Ixen florting down tho riv with grief and tried to kill Smith tlit or and men end I103 s arc out in boats owner of tho building where the powdei Sunday morning ho wan Nearly every was stored gathering in a harvi bridge in the county has been swept dered away from heme and he was fount away For example between Gratiot near Elizabeth Pa seven miles from A close ii watch and Zanesville there were twelve bridges Industry The on the 1st to day there is not one Tho now being kept over him Seventh Ward is the worst damaged coroners jury rendered a vordict ii From the iron accordance with the facts and condemn portion of tho city bridge across baps Eun a the corner ed the practice of merchants keeping of Main street and Luck avenue down powder and other explosives where chii through to the Licking at Hook Bros dren have access to them Mr Smith Ashtors mill thero is strip of terri has been frequently warned about th tory 400 to 500 feet wide that resembles laager of keeping hi powder under the the ill fated Johnstown district after counter but failed to heed tho warnthe flood Stables sheds and outhouses ings and many harsh words wero said of all kinds are piled on each other in against him notwithstanding the losi Trees and brush of his two children and his wrecked hopeles confusion heaps and drift from the upper hills house form a part of the debris all of which CHINA MAD is covered with the yellow mud of tho Run was She Will Kxclurie aVasartaaaja If fnncrcsj flood The channel at Chaps Does Not Jteienl She Exrlusirm Law changed a short time ago and a fill made The most distinguished personage oj at Belknap street The rain came down in such torrents and the run roso so rap tho passenger list of the French steamer Idly that the water backed up against La Bretagno which arrived at New the fill which finally gave away and it York Sunday was Hi Excellency Tsui swept through with iresislable force tho Chinese Minister at Washington covering Luck aienuc to the depth of If Minister Tsui is correct in his predictwo or three feet The bridge across tho tions M are on the eve of a groat deal The run at Muskingum avenue was lifted of trouble with his toMinment ry considerably from its abutments and carried down Celestial diplomat and hurled against the trestle bridge worried because whatever happens he and the drift and debris from above piled will be moro or less bold responsible for Mr Tsuis predecessor Ciiang Yen up against it Hoon was abused for not preventing Congress from parsing the Chincso ej Tns Strike Rear y Ended The bupoaters of Cincinnati have de- clusion law and when tho news rcachel cided to return to work for those losses China his angry constituents burned hi who have granted their request for nine residence and destroyed his pn hours work Jhc sien left out will bo Tho present Minister realizes that he provided for by a dollar week assess- does not control Mr Blaine and Congress Mile and he doesnt like the outlook ment on those who go to work iser Tsui has given the following inAll Approved by the Prezldsot Cnlcss the terview for publication The President has approved the naval United States Government repeals the appropriation bill the invalid pension law which now es y country appro appropriation ill the p country wo shall joint resolution men from thisa dose of their own treit priation MIL and the Americans to or the expendi cine 1 BBjaa that we shaii exclude cit- Â¬ tures of the izens of tho United State- from th Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ninetcen-months-old Â¬ nrr Scott Haven ia BUSINESS IS MEANT ILLUMINATED THE MOUNTAIN TWO HEROES FATE OF THB MINERS CONFEDERATE VETERA S nt rt Itusti and Cawwfta Ordered to llehr Kero rne Beat lirai and Knrkets Give a flo Down m Watery Urarra M Ashes of The Loa Si inli in Si a ami t Iursur a Vipoma Iolicy Mnsularlv Ita iKt A pi arince of a Vol port the Tlurt 01 Miii rs Will Kepfsc in A Matthews First Comptroller of cano In ratlorailn thMr and Mrs John T larin U1U Mine 1i lil tl e Kiul of Celebrate tho Glorious Fourth pt the Treasury has arrived in 1ort Town Ono of the most novel exhibitions ev Thompson two nana Chattanooga id and Baby send bringing orders from tho Treasury er for -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a m m Â¬ Â¬ Tuesday hope and work were abandoned at mine and l the dust or nsies of tbe thirty men may r - behind the Dunbar come Tho hill till the last day sfa ploring party entered the mines at l oclock They did not come out until 7 oclock Three of their number en Â¬ tered to within a few hundred the subterranean lire and had found tho dinner buckets and blouses of two of themen The explorers suffered from the intense heat and black damp and scarce- Â¬ ly escaped with their lives It was a trip to the very gales of the most realistic and practical bell that could be- found on this earth The explorers visited nine places where tho men were known to nave been at work Their picks and shovels were found lying w here they had been dropped One mule was found dead and pu trifled Otherwise no trace of tho men could found The explorers then voted to abandon the work of recovery Sujx rintendent Hill alter this told tho men the company would on Thursday pay tucni s due and advised them to go to work wherever they could secure it With this the greatest rescuing attempt in We tern Pennsylvania was ended The company will it is said now attempt to save as much of the mine property as they can Tho mine is sadly wrecked and its restora- Â¬ tion will bo a gigantic task A car Â¬ load of Collins arrived Tuesday morn- Â¬ ing Tho qucstiou now is When will they bo used Fifteen and a half days have elapsed since that flash of gas set firo to the Hill Farm Mine The caskets which wero so care-Â¬ fully and secretly carried up to the mino wero as quietly brought back So were the stretchers and blankets and medi cines brought to the grounds by tho physicians Three of tho party re- Â¬ turned to within a few hundred yards of a burning subterranean fire and satisfied themselves that the men were dead an1 that further search was useless Tho stench of burning human flesh sickened them but visited they nine where men tho t wero know n to have been at work The and shovels were all lying just us a man would drop them as he started on a dead run for his life Olherwi e of the men could bo found While prosecuting their search still further thoy ran into a dense cloud of black damp which put out iheir lights A struggle for lifo then followed but they succeeded in g tting back to tho rest of tbe party After a sad consulta tion it was decided to abandon tho search and the party loft the pit to tell tho friends and relatives of tho entombed men that tho search could not be prosecuted further p m At 6 oclock te 1 imp-is-one- Â¬ i Â¬ 1 I Â¬ Â¬ pis Â¬ Â¬ APPALLING Thousnucls of Childn n Murdered or Al Â¬ low d to Diet to Obtain Insurance Money a Â¬ For pi ices on ane of E W WIGG 48- - Important ITotice the mtv in farmed Debts dm ii ed at Cuxao and NarLonne Franco is pro- Â¬ nounced by local phjsi imma Ut be of tho Both towns aro rigidly c type Of the A atti r p The cholera which Another Bauksr Hissing tbo Scandia J MeRfe Ai two ci and a coiiil 1 PajjJi owner of tbe colt nded the iiual pay- - A select committee of tho English House of Lords is considering tho bill introduced by tho Bishop of Petors Burst of a Cond News has been received of a cloud- borough to prevent the murder of chil- Â¬ burst which incurred in Bichiand Coun- dren for the sake of insurance- money 00000 Tho bill proviles that the money in all ty Wis a of deaths of children insured shall were carried mil or more Fouri Loro be paid oniy to the undertaker and no between Rock while an iron eked surplus to tho parents or other parties is to prevent parents ll rail voiit from tho death trains About 00000 children are 011 running for five of a child will ll year and days Two months will bo necessary c insured in Grca nany of these aro e the road bed to first class condition Crops also suffered greatly In permitted to die from criminal nr Richland Center cellars were flooded if not directly murdered in ordor to gain the insurance iml other minor damage was done oo Empire Â¬ - Department far the commanders of the The Stars and Stripes the Only Colors Dis Â¬ revenue cutters Hush and Corwia Mr played nnd the Sentiment Ittrred Matthews delivered his orders to both ate of the Moat Tntrlotic naval officers and left at oneo for Wash- Â¬ fhuraeter ington D C The orders to the Bush At Chattanooga Tenn the Fourth of were to proceed at once to Ounalaska Tuly exorcises of the reunion of the Con and then to patrol Bohring Sea federate veterans took tie fi tm of a seize all vessels found in the sea with monster parade in the morning Two sealskins aboard or any prima facia evi- Â¬ thousand veterans were in line together dence that the vessel had been poachin r with tnree regiments of Tennessee State The cutters are to then take papers and Guards encamped near the city and sev instruments tnd leave on lioard a suffl oral military companies from other cient quantity of food to keep tho crew Southern cities Cenoral John B Gor Â¬ until the vessel reaches tho nearest don was commander-in-chieof the pro Â¬ port If any resistance is offered tho cession and as he rode along the lino in poachers are to be fired upon and com- Â¬ review he was greeted with a continupelled to submit Both vessels immed- Â¬ ous round of chrers General K Kirby iately prepared to proceed to sea Tho Smith attired in a suit of Confederate British Government is centralizing tho gray commanded the military divison Pacific squadron at Fsquimault and it and he too was vociferously cheered may be that the sealers will be protect- Â¬ along the streets In all the line not a ed by the authorities single Confederate flag was displayed but every command carried tho A Family Mangled National colors The brass bands passed f Henry Beadersoa lort Huron up tho streets playing National airs and Mich borrowed his employers team tc Dixie Bonnie Blue Flag and war The team tunes of both sides and cheers grcoted take his family to a picnic every air The best of good humor pre Â¬ took fright and ran away throwing tbe vailed and not a single incident occur- Â¬ occupants of the vehicle out injuring Mr Henderson seriously Mrs Hen red to mar the pleasure of the occasion Tho feature of the parade was sevoral derson is so badly hurt that she will hundred young men sons of Confeder- Â¬ die A daughter and son were instantly ate voteans who passed alon singing killed and another son had his left hand National airs Along tho lino of torn off parade in the bu ortion of Th Bivolvor Their Ticlnt the city there was not a singlo houso An east bound Northern Pacific frolght was not that profusely decorated train was boarded near North Yakima Governor Taylor of Tennessee and Wash by two men When tho conducstaff headed the Tennessee militia After tor asked for their tickets they drew rethe parade and review General Gordon volvers and compelled tho conductor addressed soveral thousand people in and brakeman to hand over S120 The front of tho Union Depot The scnti robbers then jumped from tho train and monts were so patriotic and eloquent escaped A posse went in pursuit and that the wildest enthusiasm prevailed soon captured the robbers In tho afternoon five thousand persons Th Congo to Be Mwtgagdd to Belgium crowded into the great tent and listened It is expected that the Belgian CabiÂ¬ to Fourth of July orations war rcmi nisicences and patriotic music net will propose an immediate advance Speeches were made hy General George of 81000000 to the Congo State and an JuOOOO annually for ten B Gordon of Louisiana Genoral W S advance of Cabell of Texas General E Kirby years the Congo State to be mortgaged Smith of TcniH see and General to Belgium of Georgia Anderson At Montenegrins AitT the Turk night tho whole city was illumin- Â¬ It is reporti d that Montenegrins havo ated Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge were ablaae with crossed the frontier in largo numbers and have been victorious in soveral enbright lights and on the Tennessee river and Cameron Hill there were counters with tbe Turks They now town of Ipck monster pyrotechnic displays It is es- Â¬ threaten the timated that there were thirty five Missouri Crops Below the Average thousand visitors in tbe city The pa- Â¬ The Missoiri State Board of Agricul- Â¬ rade of Confederate veterans clearly in ture has just Issued a report on the crop dieaed that it has been a long timo prospects to date and tho report seems sinco the close of tho war Tho men to indlcato that the crop will be consid- Â¬ aro gray haired and nearly all infirm erably below the average Their appearance clearly Indicated that Cholera Increasing they had seen actlvo service and much Tho cholera epidemic in Valencia bas of it many of them appearing ia their Eleven new cases old tattered gray jackets In a speech slightly increased at the tent General Gordon of Louis- Â¬ and thruo deaths are reported at Lolova iana raid We all recognize tho fact and three new cases and three deaths at that the late war was a gallant fight Gundia m Both sides wero right We of tho A Baby With Two Heads South fought for the constitution of A son was born to Mrs Charles Welko our fathers as sounded by the Supreme with two perfect heads the left about Court Tho South was a loyal country but we wore wrong on tho slavery ques-Â¬ five inches in diameter and the right tion The North was right when it three inches Tho child was alive just birth but fought us on that score There is not a before bifurcation never breathed There of tho spinal chord in son or daughter of the South to day who was a tho middle of the back a branch run- would have slavery restored Apt id Tho parents live at While for four years we were deadly N J enomie- wo are forevormore brothers Trenton and feilow oitheiis and proud in the Prohibition Nominee for Governor South of tho glory of the American ohibitioa and we would light as loyally for and nominated tbe flag of our country as any man who at Birmingham 11 AlaCherokee for Gov- of fought with Gra V Â¬ f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - devised the celebration of tho Fourth of July was put on exhibition in he evening The originator of the idea was George W Altesnus of Camden N Two barrels o kerosene and one of J red lire were taken up from Colorado ol to the summit of Pikes Springs leak with great effort together with a large supply of rockets and other fire- Â¬ a bonfire was built on works At tho oil and powder and the peak was brilliantly illuminated The mountain had all the appear ineo of an enormous volcano vomiting forth iiumenso col- Â¬ umns of lire and rockets shooting in all directions added to the effect The il lumination was sMI for loo mib s in all directions so Thompson an infant Mr and Mrs Richard Smith their little daughter Iriscila and Robert Smith fifteen years ef age were all etil towing in a small Bat boat on tieny river near MeKee rt Pa oa tho Fourth The flat npacl from iheir weight throwing all tbe is eupants in the river Thompson swam to shore with his wifo and baby Da then return his daughter Kliza but in this last attempt xth wen- drowned Richard Smith saved his w ife but drown Â¬ ed with his daugti er PraSeUla white trying to reneh shove Robert Smith the fifteen-year-olboy swam to shore The four bodies were recovered ld d Pimples Blotches Tkit the He orine to throiv cjf the im NctrinfT is so hentJUial in RF BVIDESCM eliminates 1 nature as Swifts Y jjU S S It is a staple smPTSaaMl icnPound Is tiss to the mt st dtluate chiUl ytt tt frees the p surfiut it rem the blood w that united me for business lew bottles of S vac- JC c law four ea SWORD OP AN IMMACULATR It Orseemls Population of Our Ctttc3 T atise bw ir r bee t n SaauUBaja en Wood and Skm Diskw rr -- r Marshal tired Srtailii o Atlanta i given below have been announced in a semi official way at Washington thus far What ia called tbe Supreme Lodge of Brooklyn J0t70 Baltimore 500 oo Boston 41770 Buffalo -- ioOOO Cinciu the Independent Oder of Immaculates a colored society is in session at Nash- Â¬ nati 0000o Chicago 10V 000 Cleveland ville Tenn ami had a street parado --MS000 Columbus 114 000 Detroit l7 ue Indianapolis Wodncsday While passing across tho 000 Grand Raged square James Hutchinsons team be 1 J5000 Louisville 130000 Milwaukee frightencc and tbe owner iOO000 Minneapolis ls000 New Vera 3ame jumped down to keep them from lC27 JJ7 New Orleans MaVtM Phila running away Tbe horses reared and delphia 10104 0 Pill heigh i0000St plunged and dragged him in the way of Louis 4400JO St Caul 1000 Washing the procession wham an Immaculate ton 0000 named Sam Torcy grabliod him by tho Wotk f Hss Pemton Offlcs collar and with one blow of a sword The Pesuon Office issued during tho nearly severed the mans nose from his fiscal year just closed lltVS pension face Torey was arresed on a States certiScatea The nunier isued during warrant charging him with assault the preeeding year was 14VJi Of tho with a deadly weapon Hutchinson is a number issued during the year just well-to-d- o farmer were original pensious closed which is an teereaae of nearly 1V000 as Hellgolanders Plead In Vatn compared with the number issued durÂ¬ It is stated that the formal transfer of ing the preceding ar Heligoland to Geimany will be attended Chill Scad by a Trea by an elaborate naval display prepara- Â¬ Near Peru In I while blaung a tn o tions for which are already making The Ileligolanders are gaining much on the 1eru and Detroit railroad under a barga limb of a tree sympathy in England by their pathetics construction pleadings to be allowed to remain Brit- Â¬ ca ight Mary Neiswonger g years old who was mpoyed toearry water breakish subjects ing one of her lower limbs and com- Â¬ Proposals to Build a Cruiser pletely scalping her She was removed The Secretary of the Navy has issued to her home whero a physician proa circular to ship and marine engine nounced her injuries fatal builders inviting proposals for the con- Â¬ struction of a protected cruiser of about Goes Against th Public Bar Law 7800 tons displacement at a cost exclu- Â¬ At Boston in the ease of the Sfato sive of armament of not more than 52 against Sanliorn for running an alleged 750000 public bar the jury acquitti l San- Â¬ born This was a test case under tho The Worlds Fair Site The Worlds Flr National Commis- Â¬ new law sion has formally accepted the joint site The Majestles Rscord consisting of Like Front and Jackson Tho Whito Star steamer Majestie Park as the location for the Columbian made her last trip from Queenstovvn to Exposition by a vote cf 78 to 11 New York iu ix days four hours and IW Imnmrulate Ipon a Farmers Mint oie Tho Answer to Human The census returns from tho cities JHJSHAGAN -- ARK Â¬ IN THE LEAD WITHT1IEIK SPLKNDin LINE OF Â¬ GROCERIES And QuQGnswaro MOVlNGOiiTu GREATNESS SELECTED STOCK LOW PKIC HEAVY WEIGHT SqL ARE DEALING Are the Corner Stones upan which our daily increasing business is being built Tbe same material of which the Corner Stones are laid shall be used in tin con Â¬ struction of our business castle throughout to the topmost tier Therefore we solicit a continuance of the liberal patronage we have rccevatl at the hands of the pwple of Richmond and vicinity Promising that no pains will be spared to keep up ihe standard ol our stock and to all all orders at the venr LOWEST PRICES consistent with such goods wc are the public servants Â¬ 0i7 Â¬ m Government Reca lpts and Expenditures Tho receipts of the Government for the year ended Juno 30 were 1W000 000 two minutes H imlnatsat for and the exMndit tires S3 leaving a swrplns if M 000000 1 8 000 000 The Democrats of Pennsylvania have nominated Kolcit V lutteon or Guv- - kiTmir JHSJSHaan 1 43- - Highcst of all in Leavening Tower U S Govt Report Aug 17 10 89 m Baking Powder COAL AND LUMBER CO T adersincd have formed a partner rWct pri -- AlSOUTELY PURE age from The yards are kcaled ot the public Orchard Street and a where we w completion of the new railroad plaa-e and re - T T i THE CLIMAX N C H TIPTON - - Em ro BT 1MII1 kVEKT WEDNESDAY ThQ Climax Printing Co Wm G White Ciias S Powell PR1CB PER - BAB - 150 JILY A Vcdr COlNTi - Jaly 91890 ItKMtM IUTIC CONVENTION 12 I8M lK n Coauiiitt- 1 - ly the tiiat t f saaeasBBE rt - norratic Couniy - lVniiM rati- of Miti in uuws convention liius- in Uichuioud on natar- - nka lnKrtli lii fpiWL o Doounatiap a Democratic oan- r at MM nstitutional Coii A ngnst election Tim Tiiori Chin I I a II lav for Jo litinguishel for Ira Jrrliun imon Fleas ourt I Tm U DanaacaaBC Convention of IVnn ia mlutBad a iLitforiii that U- - miiim nt to the memory 01 the nasaf Thaaw A Hcadrioki ana uiiviilfi at IinliaiiaHli- - last week Br L Tun few 4th of Jnly Inns displayed lal not star i aoagB- - 4j The the hill ahnittin TiiK M r land year I tyin money nun I with anl review Tmk fMBHBge hy the Hoaae pas lft f nut rap- - BefvanaMivH - iit jKTjetratthe was l f the Koni- ML BVaaM the Senate the w el of another 11 it re- - will Im n - country may possibly begin to take under Herioue advisement the propriety of regulating their households after the pa- Â¬ triarchal fashion The Russians claim that a woman never really loves or ap- Â¬ preciates her husband until he gives bar several wholeaoqte doaesof birch tea and there have been many philosophers who have held to a similar doctrine Of course none of them were women and owing to the long prevalence of the op posite theory and custom in this country it may lie difficult to persuade the ladies that a return to the old practice would bo entirely for their own good and wholly in their own moral interests Progress back Â¬ ward in this matter would le attended with inconvenient results in Kentuekv where gentlemen who ln at their wives mi possibly retain their Christian char acters but with a ansa of such e hag discomfort alxmt their shoulders and backs as to have them very little happi the thought of the moral imporve melit they had wrought upon their better lialves Domestic reformers in Georgia however labor under no such disadvan-ta-- s apparently but while nominally condemned under certain circumstances areproiK rly appreciated and ustained in their efforts to lead their wives up to a higher moral plane The position of the ministers would seem to le that whiie a carnal and unrogenerate wife may not know what is good for herself and may object at first to the chastise ment that Ls fitting her for Heaven and a Utter life the husband should never hesitate in the discharge of this solemn duty feeling asstired that she will linally Sanaa la see how entirely he has her welfare at I lean and how earnestly he is Wo- Â¬ working for her spiritual salvation men nevertheless are so jierverse that it will proliahly take a long time to bring them round to the Georgia doctrine and in the meantime it is just poanshe that the whipping pool for wife leating hus Uinds may be established in all the States interfering seriously with tin- - Georgia plan of domestic happiness and putting a stop forever to theelevation and reforma tion of w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f tr iiAN will Ik- raricted ty suiierinu iiileiit of Public b Lee nsaafejr m the I ticket 1 county of a nively -1- WoMfcN Wm - l AkRAKl haw another holy camliil ijierintcnlent Oar-- burhood the Backeyeneigh- who is Banking the race as an Republican li Iunisile that lirty divided two parties- - the mrular IVaaoeratiicandidate lx iiii Mr J Aiilt ixn with Miw Amaixlu Ainh rMin num iadepeodeat with Deaao- It if quite an interest atten- SBg riv ami CONGRESSIONAL COM KNTIONS The hion at Lawrcncclmr lat Thursday de cMed In boH nunty Coavetrtioaa on delegates t Than the I ltwnilcehtirL a iH umcrutic mad-i-L-- it riht DC the only eaiili- will have no opiiosition It i that h lie is the hard- rker in the Keiittieky 1 H lejratii n hi party trreater li -- iii U ANOTHER tire tin HOSS oii- Kere- - I TCH V T rville who has an ambition t In- jut on the al- ilieial latnhat the approaching in eaaanai with Mr Lnurniop- fir tlerk of he otirt tin- Bob apnatcinl John I White oil the traek We rat her think the p ntleman liax not araeh idea that lie lias a ghaat f a chaare iar the hut if he could make a lair iii l lower the I iiiiorritie majority iiMIm- in a rition to pet a token of remembrance lrun the Harrison Aliiiinislration That - measure of his contest aa a bofieh at this hot aaaauo of the - OlLKI FASTE Tlie New York Iv emu- 1 -- t taki s a lnaheiona pleaHure in pnNiahinj a eoi amn of xtrats from the New York Sun latin inm Artie aaMtnl in which the Mm lands all the chief ras als developed out of the slime f New York Mlitioin twenty doam Ilamanl el Sween y Connolly Norton Baaam iKmohue Mor llijrins Thoniion en V McLaughlin ami others of ion have all lieen given ex oeileiit iliaracter by the Journal that abnui the only Daaaacntie e President Not once eiitury but over and over Twe was landed as a great man and the Sim actually jro poaed a monument to him Our con temporary is as unfortunate in its lov s aa in its hates 1 Â¬ S vr7 JHIC 8H0R IFK BEATIN An important rilUISTIAMTY eth-lt-e- MACMI r n nestion in domestic presented foi a ministerial aaaaehaaaB at Atlanta Ga One of the iiiciiiIk harccd eating or striking his wife The I extreme provo cation and the association after solemn Â¬ omferencc a fnnal resolu- - RO too mici with the mning him for striking his me time confidence in his Christian character VViti iniiir what sort of a lie wife lias nanri ar how far she still retains fnaahtanna in the Christian character of her husband it may la while to consider under what cirrnmstaaces a man may beat his I reputati citizenship Tin I HWea laata decision are very great and to hus neaeber 1 ailarating Thedenaand 1 baa- BOt a badly eooke dinner or a failure to may be considered aaoat Inderth liaii law accorii hus-band might heat his wife with a nxl no laigi than his thumb the leamoi resinning that all thunil same bigneaa and that an accurate naBuaaraaaal would be taken Iw- the Ims band whenever he waa caliol ujoi arinaaer salutary cnaatiaernent to the err Â¬ ing partner of his joys and sorrov m sorrows In this country Bbarkatonea authority 01 t of domestic crimes and puniahments has en generally reeogniaed bat now She ministerial anwKiatwai at Atlanta has iittci that theaoauaMra tkin of this kind of marital diMijilineinay Christian char- - I ahaadf in other parte of the - very ex heerful of evenings j mo f th- hmc LL TO Q w 1 bring ballots and bay Â¬ which people have been acustomed since American liberty and American equality of the South and open old war wounda officers and will Â¬ onets soldiers and supervisors so close to the days of Adams and Jefferson and This is the bill which is to show the re Â¬ long ago healed at the polls that there can be no It will only intensify race prejudice and gether Jakson It will set asids rights of the sult of a century of popular government In considering what are the prospects States which have been sanctioned by a in the fairest and best land in the world sweep away the better feelings which have free and fair election And finally I believe the bill should be for the success of any movement in favor century of usage and it will break down While Switzerland is settling down in been growing rapidly in the new South is un is now a wage worker despised and defeated because it of municijial reform upon the basis of barriers that hare heretofore separated the glories of a firm and enduring Re- The colored man and uncon- Â¬ for tlie city the great co ordinate departments of the public while france is appreciating so and a wage earner and he is interested i Democratic nn Republican non partisan nominations Applause council this year the effect of tlie new Government known as the executive the earnestly the blessings of the new Re- deeply as the white man in the prosperity stitutional to testify public and the Irish patriots are praying of the South He has the right election law which will be in operation legislative and the judicial departments The storui which burst suddenly over He has schools for hi in the city for the first time must not There will not only b Federal control for the early day when Ireland will be in the courts over- Â¬ - overlooked InSome of its provisions of the election of memjers of Gongress free while all the nations of North Amer- children and churches where he may this section last Saturday afternoon K Ameriworship God and the same law spreads took our young friend Mr Win would seem to be teculiarlv favorable and of the election of President and ica Central America and South a aaasaaaa his while driving hipjl and encouraging The substitution of a Vice President of the L nited States but ca have taken our Republic for their its broad aegis over him and the white man Depot and single otlicial ballot printed at the pul eventually the same power will control model and overthrown monarchies and alike The colored man loves the South fathers farm near Paynes lic expense and placed in the hands of the election of the State and county offi He loves his people He is fond of the he hal a dose call ujxjn life A terrible empires Brazil being the last to join the white man and the white man is fond cf crash of thunder so frightened the iair of every voter at the time and place of cials Changes and encroachments will sisterhood of republics while the movedistributed follow rapidly and the future will be ment of mankind is toward freedom and him and he knows that his best friends muU s he sssdliliag BBBJT beCBBM unconvoting for tickets printed and Divinty and time wil trollable and ran off In the meantime at the exaeasa of the candidates them filled with problems and difficulties and popular government all over the world are in the South station OB the elevated scat Mr Risque selves or of organizations which support outrages directly traceable to this bill shall we now humiliate ourselves and dis- solve the race problem Man cannot hapof the reaper became somewhat insecure I am in favor of free fair elections and courage liberty loving people everywhere ten it but he may hamper it fail to have a most import them can not Mr Speaker no candid man can read and decidedly unecmtortatlc sua deterI say may ant liearing as tending to remove some I believe that the destinies of a tree and by the passage of this bill mined to jump from it But in bis berry of the most serious embarrassments un- intelligent nation depend on the purity God forbid such unjust and unnecessary the pending bill and think of the circumor non and freedom of electiombut I deny that legislation stances under which it is introduced with- Â¬ he jumped on the Wrong BBB1 and fell der which all independent blade jartisan movements have heretofore such legislation is needed now as is conThe gentleman from Massachusetts out believing that there was a purpose Jsat in front of the ugly toothed introduction other that was swishing back ami forth in a bill lalored Besides the considerable item tained in the pending bill This Mr Lodge says he gets his authority which prompted its of szneaaa to which we have alluded covers seventy three printed pages and for the unprecedented legislation propos than a desire for free elections the pur- daasseoae wiy for anything which got and which always presents more serious has fifty seven sections and in addition ed in this bill from section 4 Article I of pose of the Republicans in pressing this before it The blade struck Mr Risque difficulties to the friends and promoters thereto it re enacts or amends thirty eight the Constitution of the United States bill is to retain power in the House of in the back ami three of the large teeth of non partisan movements than to reg sections of the Revised Statutes and acts which is as follows Each State now bus made as uianv ugly gashes each al otit Representatives Luckily foi the pros Â¬ ular party organizat ions then- are other of Congress relating to the judiciary The times places and manner of hold statutes which enable the voter to deposit an inch in depth of stumblingdilocks in the way of the in civil rights the elective franchise appro- Â¬ ing elections for Senators and Representtrate man the end the reaper struck a his ballot and have it fairly counted atives shall be prescribed in each State by These laws are sometimes violated both large boulder and the Hail passed over dependent voter which the new law will priations and crimes but the entirely remove It purports to be a bill to amend and the Legislature thereof law makeCongress North and South The proper thing to him and but for this he would probably may at any lime by or alter sta have been fatally sswudL As it is his will secure to supplement the election liws of the United such regulations The official ballot except as to the places of do is to enforce the laws now on the every voter who may wish to vote for States and to provide for the more eff- choosing Senators ute books of the respective States ard wounds are not serious hut quite painful Mul- Â¬ will lav him un forsoaBf time any candidate other than those of the icient enforcement of such laws but it Passing by the stupendous fact that our not seek to put in the hands of the Repub- iiil regular arty organizations the oppor should be entitled A bill that aims at the Republic has lasted for more than a cen- licans now in control of the Government tftnj lijijier tunity of doing so without the slightest control of Federal electic ns and provides tury and had severe trials and civil com- such power as will enable it even against difficulty The liallot placed in his for the more efficient en brcement of Re- Â¬ motion and no such legislation was ever the will of the the people to retain control The Kentucky Union having lietm hands by the liallot clerk at the pasta of publican rule completed to the specitutl point Clark of the Government enacted I assert that it is clear that voting and the only ballot which can It is very natural and proper when a COBBty has issued to it the 100Msul Its provisions will bt enforced in any when the framers of the Constitution debe vote- d- must have printed nnoa it the Congressional district of the United clared that the times places and man- man or a prty- asks for reform to examine acribed It was a close race against time name of every candidate properly nomi- States on the petition of one hundred ner of holding elections for Senators and the credentials and look into the history as the goal was reached by working day calcinated under the law If there should lie voters of the district sad night with only If hours to spare Representatives shall be prescribed in of the advocates of reform If the a candidate for the city council nominat It authorizes the appointment of chief each State by the Legislature thereof um light of truth is turned on the party ed in his ward running independent of supervisors by the United States circuit they conferred an original and primary asking for reform a strange and curious Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that lioth political parties that candidates judges who hold office for life are amen- power on the State Legislatures to regu- history will be presented Contain Mercury name must appear side by side with able to no person and fre election dicta late the times places and manner of My limited time will not permit me to as mercury will surely destroy the sense those of the candidates of the regular or- Â¬ tors in their respective districts These holding Congressional elections and that go into the remarkable and unenviable of smell and completely derange the Heretofore the complaint chief supervisors appoint three su- Â¬ ganizations a secondary and ultimate power or a per record made by the Republican party in whole system when entering it through ha- - been frequently made that the tickfor preelection each their efforts to illustrate the meaning of a the mucous surfaces pervisors Such articles missive and contingent power was conferets of any other than the regular parties cinct and they may increase the number red on Congress to make or alter such I present free ballot and a fair count should never be used except on prescrip- Â¬ often fail to secure fair treatment at the of election officers at trill without conregulations and as has been well said simply an extract from a leading New tions from reputable physicians as the ldls Sometimes it has Ik cii charged sulting Congress and pay them from it is a necessary implication from the York dailv paper published a few days damage they will do is ten fold to the KuK0 ECONOMICS that they have Ix en removed from the the public treasury without limit as to language of the text that the permissive ago It is as follows good you can possibly derive from them window or not allowed to be placed the aggregate amount Indeed the and contingent power of Congress is to 11 The record of the Republican party from Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P of Lebaaan ige w Tk Hayes to Harrison from lorey to DudCo Toledo O contains no if exercised at all accordCheney d puiil at Barea College contain there by thejaegBSOr the jwlice they voters of the United States the Treasury be exercised ley shows that every one of the three Re- J have been suffered to be torn up and de Â¬ and the Army and Navy are placed iiiL some si1 truths and valuable sug ing to the provisions of the context publican Presidents has been elected either mercury and is taken internally and acts stroyed by roughs and that the hold under control of the chief supervisors found in clause 18 section ns 9 Article I of by fraud or the unscrupulous expenditure directly upon the blood and mucous surers of such tickets have sometimes been while they are managing and con An nje of wonderful phenomena which provides that of vast amounts of money Rutherford faces of the system In buying Hall s Con titution the supremely grand in all the de intimidated and roughly handled and trolling elections and th chief supervisor Congress shall have power to make all B Hayes was counted in Money elected Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genupartments of human thought the morn even driven from the olls without any may after consultation with the United laws which shall be necessary and proper Jaines A Garfield That fact was admit- ine It is taken internally and made in ted in a memorable speech by ing star of the twentieth century has interference or adequate protection from states district marshal have as many for carrying into execution the foregoing Co Arthur at the famous Delmonico Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney charges may banquet given in honor of Stephen W uit anaa us and civilization by the the police Doubtless such without suffi deputy marshals appointed as may seem powers etc jrarSold by Druggists price 75c per quickening influence is making strides have beam made at times to be necessary and in the absence of bottle If therefore the State Legislatures Dorsey February It 1881 and they have been deputy marshals the supervisors have the unknown to endeavor in cient foundation hitherto and The last Presidential election with its perform their duty under the fourth sec- Â¬ but one advantage of full power of deputy rr arshals and may her triumphant inarch is relegating to often exagerated blocks of five its vast corruption fund LIVE STOCK MASEST EEPOET tion of Article I of the Constitution the the rear one after another of the iri at the new law undoubtedly is that there arrest a voter if challenging him docs not contingency on which Congressional ac- and multifarious questionable methols By BatraiE A KMBKY questions that impede her onward can lie no possible occasion or justifica- accomplish all that isdsired If this is tion depends will not have occurred but to fresh in the minds of the people to re- Live Htock Commission Mrreliants at Cinclu nali Unlou sunk Yards iind Coviuglou Kiissia trembling by reason of tion for any such charges in future not imperialism what is it Stock Yiirds where the State Legislatures refuse or quire comment The record of the ReThere can Ik no destruction of the tickgownhw indignation is now seeking to The bill also provide for the appoint- neglect to enact laws fixing the times publican party in Louisiana Florida and alleviate the condition of her suffering ets of one side or of any candidate when ment in each State by the judge of the places and manner of electing Congress South Carolina in 1S76 was so tainted Cincinnati Ohio July 7 1S90 millions while Englands grand old man no ballot is suffered to be used but an Lnited States circuit cotrt of a returning men or if they enact laws hostile to the with fraud it will never be forgotten It SHIPPING CATTLE hopes yet to achieve the cherished ob- - official ballot containing the names of all board or board of canvassers who re- Â¬ General Government or where they are cheated the Democrats out of the Presi- Good to Extra 4 351 4 40 candidates who have Ik cii properly ceive the returns from tb precincts in the his heart Irelands liberation 4 15 unable to do so because of rebellion or dency and robbed a pure and able states Fair to Good There can be no various counties and hear evidence if and 3 15 But Westward the star of empire placed in nomination J other cause then Congress may intervene man of an office to which he was legally Common Extra Rough Oxen Good to 3 751 3 90 its course and to day lighted by interference w ith the distribution of tickthey think proper and then declare and and establish such regulations as will se- elected Its record in Montana was fraudFair to Good Oxen 3 5012 3 75 tires of the twentieth century ets when the only distribution allow Â¬ certify under their hands and seals who is cure the representation authorized by the ulent and its record here in this House in Common and Rough 2 25 2 75 ed is by delivery at the time and place of elected Representative in Congress and ixty million freemen inarch on toward turning out legally elected members orc Constitution BUTCHER CATTLE and summit f human poaaibili- - voting only to the individual voter with- the individual so certified is to be placed The men who framed the Constitution of whom came here with 13000 majorit Good to Extra 4 oot 4 10 in the guard rail of the polling booth by by the Clerk of the Hous of Representais not a record of honor possessed great wisdom and sound judgFair to Good 3 751a 3 90 II ere aa Afro Americans let u pause one of the ballot clerks of one otlicial tives on the roll of members elected and The new Republican judges who are to Extra Fat Steers 3 75A 3 90 ment and they did not intend to confer of the last decade of the ballot and one only on tl There can be no thus authorized to participate in the or3 75 3 6o the same original and primary power as assit in putting the proposed law into exe- Fair to Good Steers lsji century and free from egotism intimidation of ticket holders when no ganization of the next House of Repreto Extra Cows 90 cution are to be appointed by a Republi Good to Good Cows regards the election of Congressmen on 2 501 2 7s Fair consider how we are meeting the great ticket holders are allowed except the sentatives These boarcs of canvassers the State Legislatures and on Congress con President who made Swayne judge Common Cows 75 w ith the custody oaeotaona by reason of the interest that liallot clerks charged I 50 have autocratic power far beyond any and there is abundant reason for making in Florida and was the friend of Dudley Rough Cows and Oxen I oo 011 them hang the p ssiliilities of the and safekeeping of the official ballots power or authority grante d to any similar in Indiana and the same crowd who ran BULLS this statement merican negro the salvation of Africa All this is a wonderful improvement board in the world They can make acMy time is so limited that I can she campaign in iSSS are still on deck Best Shipping f may Ik- - justly styled the great question ujHin the old system w ith all its liability cording to their own sweet will the 2 75 3 00 not discuss Article IV section I of the thirsting for an opportunity ts turn their Best Bologna to abuse and all the abuses which actu onomics of the negro race s 40i 2 50 House of Representatives of the United Constitution as fully as I desire but I Republican supervisors and Republican Fair Bologna 2 ood 2 15 Fair to Good Feeders can not be ques ally nourished under it No more money States Under the bill they can certifv 0 Christianity whish to say with emphasis that I have returning boards loose upon the country Common and Thin 1 gnf 90 tioned th- fervor the earnestness and to be sK nt for printing or distributing any candidate as duly elected a member no doubt that the pending bill isjagainst to capture the Congress this fall and to hopefulness of their devotions are pro tickets The State has made that its of Congress no matter if he received only FEEDERS AND STOCKERS the letter as well as the spirit of the Con seize the Presidency in 1892 verbial but what about the accumula own exclusive business No more money 1000 votes while his opponent received S Mr Speaker I represent a district in a Good Extra Steers stitution This section of the ConstituFair to Good Steers tion of wealth and the acquirements of to be spent nominally in paying ticket 10000 votes and the Clerk of the House 3 3 5 cVt j friends of the bill rely border Southern State where there has been Good to Extra Heifers on which the 2 iiC 3 Ij We may be helped in solv Â¬ holders in reality often in buying their of Representatives is compelled under tion education more uneasiness in the minds of no charge of corruption intimidation or Common and Thin Stockers 2 ing two of these questions but the aconi--itio- ii votes at SJ or 5 apiece The law alMil heavy penalty to place the name so certi- Â¬ created where we vote pros the members of the convention that final- undue influences COWS AND CALVES of proK ity wealth is distinctly ishes ticket holding Nohustlersand heel Only ly passed on the adoption of the Consti- Â¬ voce in every election except for Congressfied on his list of Congressmen ours Our in leH ndence demands it ers around the jhiIIs The law his taken one remedy is open to the legally elected 30 oo3 00 a Republican judge of the Best Grades of the United States than all of its man where Fair to Good 20 eoaa8 00 It is the basis of all civilization away the occupation of these gentry by member and that is ths right to contest tution thirteen election and a Democratic judge of the Common other provisions Seven of the 12 oofti8 00 Honest property wealth is the econo lispenaiug with the necessity and deny the election but it is fair to presume that g 2 States declared against the pow- election sit side by side while a Republican Best Veal Calves 5 Oo mizing of the God given resoareea of ing the opportunity tor their peculiar he would have to wait until Hope de- original 4 ooS 4 25 ers of Congress to exercise the authority clerk and a Democratic sheriff in the pres- Â¬ Fair to Good 2 so nature the meeting of tlie Beads of man services All this ought to make the ferred made the heart sick before he Common and Heavy 3 50 claimed by the friends of this bill and I ence of men of all parties record the names the natural sequence of all Chris- way of the reformer easy and would be allowed a seat in the House of especially commend to the gentleman and voles of all legally qualified voters HOGS tian teaching nominations for the i ouncil in every Representatives chosen under this bill from Massachusetts Mr Lodge the ac- who present themselves and then send tie Select Butchers 3 65VD 3 70 where Christian duty demands that we ward the voters and taxIt requires the appointment of thous- Â¬ tion of the grand old Commonwealth poll books and their certificates to t tc Fair to Good Packers 3 65H 3 70 feel the need of a more faithful ands of new officers at high salaries agscare wealth The inalienable rights payers to Extra Lights 3 eJ 3 So which he in part represents in th is House county clerks office as a perpetual witness Good Pigs 2 75t 3 25 plus property ought to constitute the and honest representation of their in gregating millions of dollars and as there of the fair and free election which has Light MassaOn the 16th of February 17SS lasis of all citizenship Of a truth our terests and views than they BOW enjoy are 54649 election precincts in the United SPRING LAMBS chusetts through her State convention been held very existence in this wonder of age OC ever can enjoy while they remain un Â¬ States there will be 165947 supervisors Why should this plan of voting be inter- Extra- 6 75 6 S5 presided over by the great Revolutionary I am aware of our der the domination of ward boaressnd without counting deputy marshals clerks demands property Why should this time triu fered with Conpatriot John Hancock ratified the linhiimtri Sua seemingly wonderful progress since the managers inspectors canvassers and other officers In the report of ratification and time honored plan in other states be stitution lay of emancipation But what nice and this luxurious and iniquitous bill will after expressing the opinion that certain changed Why not let each State reguFEDERAL CONTROL OF ELECTIONS ever had its birth in the heart of such a draw from the United States Treasury amendments should be made to remove late the time place and manner of elect- Â¬ FOB CONGRESS In the garden naatofthe rivilixatroa biennially not less than 10000000 JAMES B McCBEARYisa candidate for Representatives as they have the Commonwealth and more effectually ing their world a land of lakes and rivers a land Speech of Hon Jaucs R MfCreary of It authorizes Federal officers to arrest guard against an undue administration heretofore done and as the Constitution re election lo Coiigreaa frmu tlie Eighth Ii triet ot Kentucky subject to the action of with the stateliest forests and the rich Democrats or other persons whom they of the Federal Government the followkrntarky is fhf llsase f Rrpresent- I call on my authorizes them to do 50- Oie Democratic party Iwjsom of es mines on earth in the may see fit to accuse of political offences ing alteration of and provision to the friends on the other side of this Chamber atics Satsrway Jane 28 ISJO such land we had our birth In the light of and drag them from home and friends to Constitution is suggested to pause and think before they vote for a roB deijgate to constitutional conven- Â¬ these facts why has not our progress The House having under consideration be tried before partisar judges and by bill which strikes down the rights of the tion That Congress do not been even snare wonderful the bill 11 B 0045 to amend and sup- perhaps packed jurors elected not by a ers vested in them by exercise the pow- States and violates the Constitution of Richmond Ky June 30 1890 the fourth section f the past we need not lie ashamed plement the election laws of the United jury commission as has been the law for of the first aticle but in cases when a the United States The fruits of this b 11 I hereby announce myself candidate for Deli gale but what of the present Oliservatioii States etc years but by a partisan clerk State shall neglect or refuse to make the like the apples of Sodom will turn to ashes subject loto the Constitutional Convention the aelion of the Democratic party regulations therein mentioned or shall on your lips The results might be pleasaffirms that we as a mass are not keepR H CROOK E Mr MeCreary said The intricacies and incongruities of make rights ing pace with the age in the accumula Mr Speaker Sixty years ago in the this lengthy bill arc so great that it will of the regulations subversive of the repre- - ing to you for a little while but oh you I Having been requested and prevailed upon people to a free and equal many Democrats of Mndison comity to We are being branded Senate of the United States the great be almost impossible tc have an election tion of wealth sentation in Congress agreeably to the get them at such heavy cost and soon the hoconi s candidate as Delegate of tlie Con stitutional Convention t will tills day sub ace of seudthrifts As a race we statesman from Massachusetts Daniel in accordance with its provisions but Constitution Supreme Court of our country in which mit myself to the action of tlie Democratic are sending more than one third of our Webster uttered these words Judge Story in his Commentaries on I have an abiding confidence and the peo- party Yours Respectfully When there seems to be method in this for amI N DOLULASH income in pic uics buggies and excur the mariner has been tossed for many ple power is given to th returning board the Constitution volume 2 chapter it ple who love liberty and popular govern- Â¬ sions More ia being spent annually for days on an unknown sea he avails him- or board of canvassers if this act is not discusses the subject ably and exhaustively ment tar better than a degenerate party FOB CIRCUIT COURT CLERK whisky and tobacco than is being invest self of the first pause in the storm and strictly complied with to certify that the and holds that the power will not be exerwill rise in their might and the court wil B G POWELL of 8peedwell is a candi- Â¬ ed in projierty Nine out of ten of the the earliest glance of the sun to take lati- Republican is elected cised by Congress unless an extreme condemn your bill as unconstitutional a id date for Circuit Court Clerk of Madison great mass of colored young men eat tude and ascertain how- far the elements This bill is so foreign to all the institu- necessity or a very urgent exigency the people will drive you from the temple county subject to the action of the Demo Â¬ drink and dress as princes and die as have driven him from his course 48- It tions of our Government so different from should arise which you will profane and pollute if you cratic party auers These who should Ik leaders would be wise and prudent and patriotic the election usages witi- - which our peoMr Madison in the Virginia conven- pass the pending bill in lessons of economy are the leaders ia now for the Representative from Massa- ple have been familiar for a hundred years UlR JAILER tion when asked his opinion of this secHere the gavel fell riotous living and dseaa Where oh chusetts Mr Lodge who introduced the and so antagonistic to the liberty and tion said R B CORNELISON is a cindtdate for The Speaker The time of the gent e Jailer of Madixon county and is not subject where shall we hurl ourselves what pending bill and his associates to pause equality for which our fathers fought It was found necessary to leave the man from Kentucky has expired to the action of auy party but the will ol the shall we hand down to posterity and take their latitude and ascertain how that debate and deliberation seem out of regulation of these times places and I only wish two minMr McCreary 51- people manner in the first place to the State Mir legacy for ages has Ik cii one of ov far they have drifted from the true course place in connection the ewith It seems governments as being best acquainted with utes more erty and ignorance sickening to the hu dictated by the fathers and laid down in that there ought to bs behind it the the situation of the people subject to conThe Speaker If there is no objection man soul and we are lianding the same the Constitution edict of an emperor aid the armed and trol of the General Government in or- the gentleman will be allowed to proceed down to posterity with all the additionThe bill under consideration is one of uniformed soldiers of an empire The der to enable it to produce uniformity and for two minutes No objection is heard al curses of the ltnh century In the the most important and far reaching and farmers of the bill seem o have been duly nnvpnl its nwn t iscrt inn a and the gentleman from Kentucky will - they w UU VU th decades of the past we have beeaoh-jci-t-s dangerous bills ever submitted to the impressed with the tendencies of such of the State government the General proceed f pity the special cere of divine Congress of the United States Its pro- legislation and therefors they place both Government might easily be dissolved Mr Speaker in conclusion I desire to IVovidence Berfs and chattels of Ameri visions are audacious arbitrary despotic the Army and Navy at the disposal of the But if they be regulated properly by the put on record my most earnest protest the Congressional can civilization but the great Umpire of and desperate In many respects it is President to preserve the peace at the State Legislatures vj R sCaauaununW control will very probably never be ex- against the passage of the jiending bill nations esMedtO iiait the onward inarch worse than tne so caned lorce bur polls or aiil in the enforcement of the law ercised I protest against the passage of this bill of civilization and marked tie which was so gallantly and successfully They also authorize the President to orHon John Jay who was afterwards because the Constitution of the United w ith a million graves opposed by Hon Samuel J Randall der troops to any State in the Union prior Chief Justice of the United States said States in the fiist Article declares the To day the march of civilization is and his associates in the Forty first Conto an election for the ostc nsible purpose of in the New York convention when this House of Representatives shall be coin And the gress That bill was the result of feel- aiding in the enforcement of the law but clause was under discussion again onward and upward posed of members chosen every second mighty wheel of progress pushed for ings and animosities engendered by ter- they can be used as they have been used That every government was imperfect year by the people of the several States ward by millions of freemen cannot rible civil war Thi6 bill is the result of in the past to influenc or control elecunless it had a power of preserving itself and this bill allows the board of canvasSuppose that by design or accident the sers notXie people to select the members ml we must fall in line help gash greed for office and a desire to perpetuate tions States should neglect to appoint the Rep- Â¬ al consummation or fall Republican rule Never before has the Mr Speaker such are the important resentatives certainly there should be of the House of Representative crushed by its ponderous weight 1 protest against Republican majority of the House of provisions of the bill which the gentle- some constitutional remedy for his evil the passage of this bill Ia us then awake to the grand duties Representatives so openly and boldly at Â¬ man from Massachusetts Mr Lodge has The obvious meaning of the paragraph because it so mingles Slate and Federal Both the method and results nnei was that if this neglect should take place power in the control and management of Syrup of Figs is token and resonsibilities of the hour Call a tempted to subvert tlie rights of the linked his name with so prominently it is pkaamai halt SB our lavish exienditures put on States and trample on the powers reserv He should look out lest it become a shirt congress should have power by law to popular elections that confusion and col- ana reire3Mmg to the taste and act support the Government and prevent the spurs to industiy and make one grand ed to the States and to the people respect of Nessus to him He believed lusion of authority are sure to occur dissolution of the Union fently yet promptly ou the Kidseex noble and continue stand for ol and ively ami lkwe- - cleanses the sysI protest against the passage of this bill This is the bill with which he strews the this was the design of the Federal conPreach it from the pulpit posterity Never before has the Republican ma- pathway of the negro to the polls with vention because it connects Federal Courts with tem effectually dbpehi colda head teach it in the school rooms practice if jority undertaken to force through this flowers while the white man is required to Mr Speaker I now pass fiom the great political schemes and authorizes Fedeial aches and fevers and cures habitu- Syrui of Figs is the ifly life lx t our would be li House under what is equivalent to a gag march between partisin officials and and important constitutional question judges to dominate and control the legisla constipation hold fewer ilitieal conventions say less rule a bill granting almost unlimited bristling bayonets to eercie the God which is very clear to my mind and 1 ask tive department of the Government when only remedy of Ha kind ever pro-of the jast and more of the present given right of a freeman and we are what necessity is there for the passage the framers of the Constitution in tend d duced iieassg to the taste and ac power over the election of RepresentaThen will our faces cease to lie remind tives in Congress and elections of Presi- asked to pass this bill when we stand al of this bill Peace reigns supreme that the three co ordinate departments tie ccptable to the stomach prompt in psvuity and ignorance then will dent and Vice President to Republicans most in the sunshine and splendor of the throughout our borders Prosperity smiles executive the legislative and judicial de- Â¬ its aciion and truly bepanaatl in its universal and unquestioned equality of who under the bill are authorized to act one hundred and fourteenth anniversary as it never smiled before in the South partments should always be independent effecta prepared only from the mo t healthy and agreeable substances its d aii jiolitical prevail through Â¬ according to the utterances of the Speakof the Declaration of American Inde- Â¬ Both Republicans and Democrats say of each other many excellent qualities commend it out our land that the condition of the colored man in I protest against the passage of this bill to er of the House in his Pittsburgh speech pendence all and have made it the This is the bill on which he bung gar the South is improving and that the race because it is not needed for the regulation popular do their own registration their own Democrat says The Harrodsburg remedy known lands of eloquence and imaginary fair- question will be solved sooner and more of Congressional elections no State hav Bridge came very near being the counting and their own certification Syrup of Figs is for sale a 50c ing neglected or refused to prescribe the and 1 bottles by all scene of another wreck Wednesday It is true we are allowed a few hours on ness at the opening ot the debate and satisfactorily if let alone by Congres leading drufr time place ind manner of holding elec gists While No 10 was standing on the brides this side to discuss this bill but when it made us marvel on this side at the indif- Why then open a Pandora box the baneAny reliable druggist who but all reason- Â¬ may not have it on hand wfll pro awaiting orders or taking water No IS is remembered that the questions involved ference with which men sometimes tramp ful and blighting influences of which tions for Representatives In able and adequate provisions for such cure it promptly for any one who came hurling around the curve but by affect the rights of the States the sacred with elephantine feet on the rights of the will be felt all over the Republic the language of a distinguished Republi- elections wishes to try it the heroic efforts of the brave engineer a right of suffrage and the Constitution of States and Constitution cf the country Do not accept anv Like Macbeth he followed too far can member of this House The bill is a I protest against this bill because it will substitute most deplorable accident was avoided our country the little time allowed is the dangerous visions and unhallowed sectional measure productive of nothing require an expense of millions of dollars Had the two trains collided the famous hardly worth using CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO It will retard the annually authorizes the appointment of but evil to he South bridge would doubllcs be now lying iu If this bill should pass it will change hopes of a bewitched ambition SAM FHANCISCO CAL L0UISVILU KY This is the bill which is to illustrate progress and perhaps stop the prosperity nearly two hundred thousand new salarid EW Y0R election methods in our Republic to Hr ADVANTAGES OP THE BALLOT AUSTRALIAN AT COST iram BLUE -- cimmi n C GRASS ROUTE Â¬ FOR 30 A DAYS AT Shortest and Quickest Route from tral Kentucky to A Eaat Wert and South wes Lexington SOCTH BUUND FAST LINE BETWEE- N- Â¬ Cincinnati lay llih X Â¬ The Palace Luge Stock of Dry Bood Scbreale is Efert t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r b Ja rr - Ctut i ovinctmi Kaluixltli Lex- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Per Cent Less Be than They Csa Arr Arr III till Bought Elsewhere For Arr L Â¬ bought HAVINGGOODS out the PALACE STORE on First NOBTH BOCNW Kxsni I v - Street No 9 we offer AT COST for Lve Lve THIRTY DAYS the ENTIRE STOCK Arr We know we can make it to your interest We to call before purchasing elsewhere very kindly invite you to call and will be glad 0 show vou our goods It co- nothing to look at them and you can see for yourself better than any outsider can tell you We have a large stock of DRY Lve Lve Billing Hi L1111 Â¬ Arr Ku liiiHii 700 a 74 1 m m Arr Arr Whu live Lve Hi Puri- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ which we have not time to tell you in this Arr Ciiiciniiali But what we weeks advertisement MAYSVILLE have we are going to sell cheap ani but if you do forDont you forget it get it drop in at the Palace No 9 First NORTH BOUND We Street and we will remind you bought these goods lower than they can Lve be bought for anywhere else and we can Lve Cincinnati Covington sell them lower than anybody else is Lexington Purl Yours Truly selling Arr MlllerHbur tarliol JolitiMn Lrs CLOTHING GOODS NOTIONS Ive SHOES and many other goods about Arr Ire Pari Knlinntith Covington viniiiaiiii r45 pm 315 pm BR I RAMSEY FIFE Â¬ Mhjim Â¬ INSURANCE BURNAM Tfco 10 5 a in 80 Ex I SOUTH BOLND Exl ion 557 am 649 am 715 am IMily Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HUME Â¬ Lve Mavsvillo Johnson MilU riburg Arr Paris I sjo a m Oldest and Strongest American Companies Lexington Covingion CliirliuiHll 11 1035am 85 as 740311 - 1045 a m Â¬ Â¬ NORTH AMERICA all stops einnati No H aud -- Kun Sundays only an Runtily 111 from Lexington I Â¬ SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vice-Preside- Cincinnati July 1st No Leaves Lexington Mat a Parts W Un m S Leaves Cincinnati rx--p- t r Himoutli m p nuiiilay 7 Leaves Falmouth SM a No 111 T Vi a ra Except Sunday 3 No 7 X I and will use New F depot between John and Smith TRAIN NOTES No rexiuoii and li run S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ N N A Si ter for IMPORT live at and depart from Ih- Passenser sii ueotion for nil ttW Dont forget our office is at the toThro jmuiiI rMChed a any iy railroad Farmer- Natioual Bank For full part h ulara aiitdreaa or call agent of the Company or BURNAM HUME W L M Trav Passr ROCK BOTTOM RATES - on k Â¬ Â¬ s N B Tobacco Barn Country Stores ami Milling property aacetaltlas UblllN r F Â¬ General Offices Â¬ Â¬ iiitf Cinviniiuti oiiiiut n O 3131 BAH -- Â¬ Â¬ THROUGH CAR LINE TO Note that we now have dour services both ways on Su inlays bet wet clnnati ami Lexington RADAMS Â¬ MACKINAC Microbe Killer Commencing July 1st there will be established a through line of tirst class Ves tibuled Pullman and Wagner Sleeping Cars daily between Cincinnati Dayton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and all principal resorts of the Upper Peninsula D R R ofMichiganviatheCil and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleepers will be attached to trains leaving Cincinnati at to 00 p m daily except Saturday returning leave Mackinaw at ij a m daily except Sunday The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets ia this route composed of such favorable and well known lines as Dayton IJ R the Cincinnati Hamilton and Michigan Central Ry must be appar- Â¬ ent to all first class travel No other line can offer such advantages as to accommodations and route allowing stop over at Toledo and Detroit then continuing your journey to the most lovely resorts on the American continent For pamphlets pertaining to Mackinac Island and other summer resorts reached via this line write to any agent of the C D R R or to E O McConnick II General Passenger and Ticket Agent No joo West Fourth Street Cincinnati O Â¬ AT Â¬ Â¬ POWERS 100 Main St - 1 mm Richmond Ky CHEMICALS Â¬ Also a full line of the pun and freshest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DREGS m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That Can be Had TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRII Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ TERFlMERY BRUSB BOATS Â¬ Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ Fines Carriages NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJET0NS a Patent Medicine PAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD A Â¬ Â¬ STATIONERY School Books A 11 NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to compound prescriptions competent PbUbbUCIST Â¬ POWERS My vehicles are all new ami of the very latent patterns They are for sale on the moet reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come ami see me and you wont go home without one 6- - HAGAN Â¬ Â¬ Successors to C E jSmith 39 29 -- Â¬ - JOHN DONELSON BROOKS D M CHENAUL AT IT Â¬ J J r VERLASTINGLY WILL if Â¬ BROOKS t CHENAULT Â¬ Rea Esiate Brokers Richmond Kentucky Geriainiy Bring lm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ voii 1 Â¬ Â¬ Large lists of City and Couutry Prop- Â¬ IMHILST other stocks are incom erty Property sold anil bought 011 plete we always keep a full Conimisnion Correspondence solicited and complete stock by buyiug all ami prompt attention given aoJr Orllce iu John Bennetts law the year round new goods Ix office Branch office at Stockton A 39- Brooks Drug Store received daily Prices on everything never so low as now Mid Â¬ 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 bur and propose to give them away to all who are not able to buy Ministers through- Â¬ out the county are requested to see that the poo- - of their respective vicinities are supplied W L CRUTCHER President 49-t- 8Mad Nat Bank Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OiVK ENJOYS Â¬ Fraakie 106 Â¬ Mii tar M Shop EAST MAIN STREET Â¬ Â¬ We have opened a first class shop aud deire to have the patronage of ladies and children We guarantee work New snd elegant furniture clean throughout aud sharp razors - Â¬ J CARMICHAEL JfL C MOORE summer prices on every tic We can save yoo money on every thing in the line of Painte Oils Varnishes Brushes Glass Wa Papers Wind Frames Mouldings Cur Poles Carpets Etc See our 50 cent Shade on plete ap It is a u as dirt We know that we will have to offer you big inducements to secure your trade ai pose to offer m our line at from 20 to 25 per cent lower than ever offered in this market before We mean what we say so call early and get choice of bargains Ever alive to the wants of the people i 1 YTen V Â¬ Â¬ 5 Â¬ Â¬ For Sale or Eent I desire to sell or rent privately the large two story ituated on a good corner lot in Ellis tou Ky known as the Hogau proper Â¬ ty H H COLYER jy x ii j Â¬ Bank Stock for Sale Twenty five Snares ci I STORE HOUSE jck ation- - for sj Z HE J ansnananasnannsi SfiiTrrl ACo - I e fro EBET 2--- m SUPPLEMENT v9 IT D I W IS EILLEO I1 CLOTHING em all tana 8 OLO DOBBIN old DobWn tnro M 1 Oh seen I SUPPLEMENT msvs VOLUME ATTORNEYS IV RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 9 1890 NUMBER but I cant do that said Ton tho company would never sanc- Â¬ 4 T- o - I JTe rf T lURNAM TTORNEYS AT LA W - UCauauwJ - - Kknti kI 1 No TT 1154 Baraaart Handing Vint V f T- - ILIIS Yes Eaast tbe fence bow n looks and oil HU hair ts facing jfl hi spots be feels ba damp and cold Be bangs Ms head his step Is slow tls plain enough to see His thtrtjr jrsars are more to him than fifty are to me Be shall not work another kit not that be would somplam But from ibis boor be neer shall know the touch of whip otr rein Of all the dot bos en tbe farm hes been the very beat I should have thought of it before but now be shall have rest I eall to mind tbe oolt he was and how I broke htm in Whew bow be aieke and pranced and plunged twas doubtf u which would win But I was rouug as weil as he and would not be denied And since bos been its safe a nag as man would wish to ride But never lacked hv spirit nor In steadiness nee speed afanvs the time Lie willing feet have an swered argent need When every moment was a gain to fleeting human breath He knew what preciroe minutes meant and so defeated death Then m mr happy courting days be knew tbe very nlgbt That I would awing the stable door and greet him with delight Be knew the girl I loved was watting far away and fair He aaemad to say Twill not be long before I tec yon there Then on my weddln day be stood with others t tbe church No doubt be thought for Just that once I left him la tbe lun h One face one form that da of days was all that I could sec land not think of Dobbin then wbatetr be thought of me 1 ih M qo a M L i i i bubv l r ear RlCHMOMi LruTiirvv oc-- yjE na on First b uiKIJ POWELL - Stitsome aa formerly Julee Miller RKMMOVU - K SirCKY 3- an nR ifflrf on caaai street - WIT Better EVER were in the front of Spring and were ahead of NEW and Lowest GOODS Goods Largest Variety Prices w WITH BRIGHT I DENTAL bUBOEBT DEPARTMENT JK A WILKES SMITH GOODS Rhhmokp VESTAL SURGEON Kentucky lluUdlncMalaw Btr M t OBn t I v iiniKxl to j c M0B6AN IUCEMOND aD dentistry 3- - S aaJ KENTUCKY over Madison National 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 AVE CAN SUIT YOU For square dealing best goods biggest assortment and iiITIiy Mhiii Street Bunk - Cu Arrive Ay elbY w bdrgin DENTIST - Latest Styles foot Just as Welcome COME Gentle and SEE US YOD r Rkhmond - Kentucky Ilry Goods Store on REMEMBER r Palace as Spritf WHETHER COM TO LOOK OR BUT formerly occupied by lr K-t- J tefc r- CREED D D S KIRKS I ILLE KEN TUCKY W pertaining at COVINGTON iff - ftfirf MM - Kinicll residence Ui tie nrofesoion Everything 4 W Main MITCHELL Street Near Hotel Glynd on And when the yearn had Drought their grief and I learned Joys reverse He drew tho Httlo ones and me behind tbe gloomy hr arso I can not say that be divined how lonely was my lot But since he has tiot been tho same I know that I have ml And so thro gladness and thro grief old Dobbin has been near No wonder that ho looks so old when I have grown so sere I know full well that fifty years Is youth to many men Tls not the yeara hut that my Htart baa reached three score and ten So while I live his tolling life shall naught but comfort know Old Dobbin as t said at first shall neer feel rem or blow The best of oota the sweetest hay the field to wander free Shall all be his a poor return for all hes been to wae William L Keeee In Ladles Home Journal Â¬ 1HYSICIANB any POYSTZ PlirSICIA N A ND S I Hi EON M RllHMOND -- RJ - - - KKXTOCKT Drug Heeond Street next to Willi Our Summer Styles Are ITow Heady EVANS MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEt KV Richmond Kkntlckv J W Your Careful Inspection Is Requested PIPKINS PIPE LINE Office U Second Street r- - T J TAYLOR in l And How tho Revenue Men Qot After the Man Who Owned It T WASmymls- fortu n one day lat sum- Â¬ mer to miss connections at Green Springs Practitioner Medietas ami Saraery - Rkhmond office Secou KjLMIVCKT Street over Dyke Grocery - RJOHN MFOSTER Pll SIC I A N A ND S URGE ON Richmond - CROOKE BENNETT I URMSTON a ja Kentucky office Main Street next door to I ji ions siileuc at our Mum and Tatet 3- tine DRY GOODS AND y i T SEXSMITH M D Kentucky s- - SCA N White Hall lie fl era A ND S e RGB - - - Mi professional services to the puh- - MERCHANT TAILORING was not the first time by any means that it had fallen to my lot to cool my heels at that somewhat dreary crossing I know the landscape aa Mewed from the mod- Â¬ est triangular platform pretty well I know ilso that barring the landscape there Is mighty little else to be seen So I philosophically seated myself upon the weattror worn boards planted my feet upon ono of tbe rails and lit up a -flvo-oe-nte- r Junction a It R s II LETCHER YSICIA N A ND S URGE ON Kentlcky Richmond Office Smith Htiilding Main Stree 11 W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I Rk hmond Specialait Uiilli Kentuc ky street oca aod fluid R CS HOLTON Homeopathic Physician and Richmond Kivan ai 1 Sargem Ken a diK- - THE 10000 WORTH NEWEST HATS Then I noticed a strange state of af Â¬ fairs for Green Springs Junction The 1 was filled with cars loaded with huge Iron water pipes and along tho I B W track from tho south a human beÂ¬ ing was approaching I wondered at both the pipes and tho man for the pedestrian wa a man Mornin quoth tho stranger as he somewhat fam liarly seated himself by my side Good morning I replied willing at Green Springs Junction to make friends with any one and every one who could speak English S pose you Nice morninsmornin haint got a chew of tobacker about llllln offica over M Hiiht n Special attention i Honrs Sao t ltd ail ditli- ie 4i I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER Hllr RS eoMtti A- aeut to JENNINGS Phyaiciaa GIBSON havent but If you can make out with a Carl Dunder cigar I shall be glad to accommodate you As my visitor lit his cigar I asked Possibly you can tell me what those big water pipes are to be used for Sure pufl sure pufl ly Yea pull alree Thems for the pipe line to JOOr 2fo I and Sargeana Richmond Kenticky olJO KiceV omee Maw atreet over Wallace alioe aiore The Latest Styles in Goods and Make XA AULTZ Jt EYSICIA X PH Richmond Omia TWJL A ND S URGE ON - W - Kentucky t- LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion aw fzfe I asBBInsaayrMIMaB in Buiiaiiin M Main Streeu tHare Buruam r A IjR J 25- BLACK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON - SBwVB9sBas9feB -39vbE 3 iife nS CzL S4a RkdHousk Ky HAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON GRADUATE OXT VET COLLEGE Veterinary DeoUatry and Sterility a lingham building Richmond Kj OFFICE Specialty Next door to Climax office Dil46Â¬ GREAT REDUCTION IN SPRING GOODS A STHAKCK STATS OF APFATJtS - Q nyT i T i 5QI QiTTHT QJ JPiril I I O OXIWJJJO popular day by day 30 PALACE HOTEL pair guaranteed L KLEIN Proprietor Limestone Street 0pp C 8s fir Save money by calling on n8 new an exceWent 250 shoe is equal t0 iiny 350 shoe It grows more and more Every Everybody likes it that tries it For men and women carry oil from over yonder at Lima to Cleveland Ahr aaldl great things those pipe lines are they not For some moments we both remained silent puffing smoke My eotnpan on broke the stillness I sposo now you never boerd tell of Pipkins Pip Line Cant aay that I over did No It was before your time I reckon- - and most of folks has forgotten all about it But I haint and I never Thats whnt 0 Depot LEXINCTON KY W t j- - POWELL 8cent locents cents s cents 4 cent 5 Â¬ Wew Building and Furniture Well Lighted and Ventilated Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED YAZOOt RECORD shall 227 Cut Rates on Saw Files IN FOAL INCH FLAT MILL FILE INCH TAPER FILE 6 INCH FLAT FILE FILE 5 INCH TAPER X INCH TAPER FILE 8 5 T- BROTHER We offer TO YUBA services of RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE 8V rte YASOO RATES S2 and 49-4- 250 per Day for the sason of nty Kentucky at silver Crtek Madison -- S- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COL- City Lots fbrSale I have a few lota on Fifth Htrrct ready Thfe lot are beau H- full local- - on high aiil gentlv nil InK ground dI are considered by ev erybody n- Ueat located ol any in I he of Pernoiis id nice booaca will do well o rx eaelota I will only place few on the market at present I have a plot of the grounJ at Dr Poj tiiesoflie 0- Mares kept and tried Money due if atatc i parted with otherwise when colt is foale Will tale re ularly on grassat ten cent a day grain fed if deired at reasonable rates every care t prevent act lents or escapes hot u iU Ml be rwponsible for either I EelmOt Natwoerf and thirty tw moic in 230 t tsire 2nd dam TotlXff Portia lam of Voltaire record 22o4- and sire of Hesaimere 227 V lljaaea 228 trial 1orlion record 235 and Mie of Minncvia Record of C011- dam in England Consutla trial Harold two mile record in t recoid 4 Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Voltigeur trial 230 by JffambriJlO ClSit siic of d Tllorn l8M0 buck a pacer a thorouirlibredHarold Belmont Mambri- YaZOO to be superbly brad Volant e g and sire and great grand sire arc-- each illustrious sires n0 Qh with a pacing thorough- Â¬ are illustrious matron i and grand dam bred foundation u here can you beat it Address us at Silver creese siamson county ivy Book now open TaLds is y Haxold sire of Maud 3 20S aai 26 nioro 230 porformws while in foal and Yazoo 227j hy Siaf laado Jm of Yuba record 24i We are privileged by the manufacturers of these Files to reWe extend this same turn any not proving entirely satisfactory guarantee to our customers and will return the price paid fydP Glee em a trial For sale at the s4 iy RACKET STORE ONLY First Door Above Farmers Richmond Ky Bank 4-S- - BRYANT STRATTON Business College - T S BRONSTON 43- - T S BURNAM CO I looked at my watch It wanted forty five mir utcs to train time Tell me about It said I Well a grcod many years age never mind how many stranger nana it was long before the war I lived over in Wood County It was pretty thinly sea tied in thorn days and though our vil Â¬ lage wur a small one it war the biggest within quite a distance A feller by the name of Pipkin run a bit of a saloon and though he didnt sell much whisky nor beer either in the village he got rid of a good deal of liquor and stuff among the lumbermen that used to bo kinder thick in that sec tion Nobody liked Pipkin and to tell the honest truth be didnt have agenorwine His record friend in the hull county wasnt very clean neither in regard to poll tics nor his family affairs lie seemed to do pretty well however and appar Â¬ ently nod plenty of money tor ne uvea well and boogtit considerable land All of a sudden without giving any notice Pipkin shot up bis saloon and went to work to build a cider mill It want no cne horse mill neither It wur a big affair with a cooper shop and every thing complete At tbe same time Piukin built himself a large two story to work with a hull lot of hojise jmdt SUMMER PIQS Are They Front ibtcT Vlewi of tion such a procei ding WaM Ttilnks That Tiey Are Thats all right replied the doctor No effort Is male says Farm and you go and offer him that and see how Homo to secure a lot of summer pig juick he will jump at It usually There is a feeling with breed Â¬ Why if you offered old Bolus a cent ers and farmers that they will not do ao would take it quicker than wink well during hot weather there is You offor him the insurance and tell danger of tho sows dying thatfarrowing at blm there will bo nothing to pay and time and that the pigs will perish from iend him to me to be examined heat It is also thought that such a So tho next time that Tonteen went lot of piss will bo too youn to put on into tho office of Mr Bolus be said to the market before severe winter sets in olm notwithstanding that gentlemans and that they must bo wintered and fat- Â¬ Look tened the next summer when a fall los frown and wavo of the hand here Mr Bolus business is business I would answer just as well when tho will not conceal from yoa the foot that dangers of parturition are not so great if I got you en our list It would be a Let us look at this matter very good thing for our company Our If through losses of March or earlier company recognizes that and so they farrowing wo havo sows that can be authorize mo to offer you 810000 Insur bred for summer litters we do not hesi Â¬ ance on your life for nothing We will tate on account of prospective beat bat toko the risk for the advantage it will when farrowing time comes we ore cart- Â¬ jive us to carry you Of course you un- Â¬ ful to know that the sows have an derstand that this thing has to be kept abundance of shade with pure clear juiet wo wouldnt core to have any- Â¬ water and clean wallows In reach Care body else know It is also taken to have tho sows in good Thats all right said Bolus genial Â¬ thrivtr although not f at If UP SPURTS A STKADT STREAM Now young man you are talking the sows have jrood pasture and are In ly ense I will accept that proposition the biggest cider and vinegar business good condition when bred they will in Northwestern Ohio only what pni and some time perhaps I will take a lit keep up In floih and gain some so ilcd the neighbors wus where on earth tle more In your company parturition approaches without any he got all his applos for Wood County said Tonteen I am sure when grain It Is nnsafo to feed grain for warn t much of a applo section them you goo the advantages of carrying life fear the flow of milk will be too great days However nobody cared much about insurance that you will have moro of it and rich when the youngsters want It Pipkins affairs Tbe women gossiped Now if you can call around on our ex- Â¬ It is a good plan to start a young sow conslderble but the men folks lot him aminer Dr Bones corner First and with a summer litter This will alone Pipkin warnt inclined to be Blank streets he will examine yoa her time to regain the strength lost in noways neighborly he never gove any said Bolus See here I havent suckling before time to breed for a spring one round thorn part a job and he dono time to go fooling round a doctors of littr The run of grass beforo andÂ¬ all his trading wy off All his htlp flee cant yovi send him up here after farrowing secures tho best devel was strange and even tho teamsters ho All right said the insurance agent opment of the milk secreting organs hired he fetched from Toledo Onco Ill see about it What time would which Is an Imp rtant matter and old Lncle Jeff Smiley as wer kinder suit you best bears on the future usefulness of the old and Inquisitive iko did undcrtako Oh I dont know any time In the sow After farrowing a sow and litter to ask Pipkin where he got bis apples forenoon and so It was arranged can be cared for with less expense than but he didnt got no satisfaction for his Young Dr Bones was kept waiting at any other time In the year T30 pains Wo all took tho hint and didnt somo time for Mr Bolus but at last he grass being plenty the sow will do weil bother Pipkin and it got to be thot no Â¬ was oskc d to step into tho privato office with a small ration of grain without body so much as passed the tlrco o day and tho door closed behind him Ho slop The little family can also do the to the surly codger stood tho old man up and made him gleaning of the stubble fields and arc the But apples or no apples frlond9 orno breathe 011g breaths and then thumped size to take well to pumpkins and friends Pipkin run that there elder mill him on the shoulder and listened to bis fruit and early ripening grains of hlsn full blast and Jlst everlastingly Lt art and placed hl3 ear bacx of him TliO R kept three ond four teams a hauling and front of him in ary to jr iter other different positions cider and vinegar In barrels to the railand finally stool up and looked at the th n ami I roads Ho shipped tho stuff all over done an millionaire severely to Cleveland and Pittsburgh and Toledo Ever been rejected by any Insurance weather tjejlns to ret cold without any and Detroit and even as far as New company irmcr Witt said the doctor York City pics it requires the Certainly not sir answered Bolus Well sir by tho ond of the fourth caro from tho arc fir- year Sam Pipkin tm3t have made a pile hotly never applied for a cent of in rovred to bring thom time thoy quarters to winter of wealth and It wor about tbet there surance in my life i shapes while r pujs the Well I am sorry to say Mr Bolus time that my old uncle Seth Sander that I can not recommend our company come to cold weathi r largo and stroas eon died- - Uncle Seth had lived for The majority 5 do not think years In Sandusky but owned land in to take you as a risk There Is something tho matter with your heart You Wood County which he boing sorter t tin may drop dead at any moment sir miserly wouldnt sell for no price Old Bolus turned pale and then sank was nigh on to two hundred There marketed in February at aa moJ a into his office chair again acres and Undo Soth willed it to me rl Oh lt may bo nothing serious said weight as is This lot mostly in timber was west of the doctor nly our company Is very early spring pigs I ea Pipkins line and rcinjr a sort of narrow strip ran out clear to big Wood careful about such matters and of out burning out wit course I have a great responsibility pose if an uarly County swamp nigh on to two miles aa First thing I knew Pipkin came to If yon should drop off three months ln abundance i me and wanted to know my price for after I have made this examination then Uncle Soth atrip But as I hadnt I would be It tr ude I wish you good olds Tviotit breaking down I out tho system Thli morning sir thought It over I put him off for a week Old Bolus sat for some time looking hnn lo my summrand tho next day with Levi Ransom Into space and paid no attention to the stcck can adrnI set out to kinder inspect my new belongings We got Dokinjr around In tho knocks at bis door Finally he called frorn summer farrowing Sows CM bo bred to furrow at four- Â¬ sile and purty soon Levi he run his up his boy and told bim to telephone to Mr Tonteen When that gentleman teen months eM and they avi more hickory stick In some very soft earth a sow bo-came ho found the millionaire in a state time In Mm and then struck something real hard from early sprirr firn and curious like Thon we both of us of mind Soe here what do yoa Thi is a most inipor he said scraped and scratched and at last we mean by offering mo 810000 Insurance velopment of managed to clean off two or three feet length of Iron pipe small pipe such as and then having your physician reject sides tliey ar nior iniT me What do you expect to make by with their pigs han city folks use for gas pipe Ing her pio v Wah Im dnrned says Levi and that sort of conduct sir Really said Tonteen has he reÂ¬ says I Well Im darned WOMANS PAINTED FACfc Why I wouldnt have We speckerlatod and guessed till we jected y u It Was Seen In Nineveh and It to was tired and at lost says Levi I have thought It Yoa look to mo as healthy Pile In America To day It says h Ill run homo for a drill a man as walks the str Tho art of beautifying the complexion A d so I am sir and so I am Levi being a blacksmith and ho wont no wer back in an hour and in a few Well soo here said Tonteen conf- Â¬ by artiliclal moans Is very old Tho women of ray antiquity knew how to minutes he had a little holo drilled identially this is rather serious you give their cheeks the rosy hue wMch Then up spurn a stoaly 3troamtallcrn know Perhaps Bones is mistaken Tiled them In Ninoveh y 01 course hes mistaken cried the nature had di a man of pure xchuky millionaire smiting his fist on the desk the practice of enameling was qult Yes sir whisky and no foolinl Well the trouble will be that if you common The skin was made sn Well sir you miht have knocked mo and Levi over with a straw and we apply for insurance anywhere else you and clean with Ipumice stono and then into ohemfeac hod to both of us sample the liquor jest will havo a tell them that you have covered with a A preparations uilvt fite found in the been rejected by our company to brace up our nerves But wo didnt Â¬ I ruins of Thebes contained a whole ar But sir 1 havent been rejected go off half cock by no moans Levi senal of little botcls full of perfumeries plugged the pipe with a small stick of never mado application to your com- Â¬ and complexion medicines The women wood covered up tho hole and we pany and I refuse to have it considered of A the rs painted themselves with Started off for Tolsdo When we came so The poet of we brought with us the supervisor I am sorry to say said Tonteen that white lead and vermilion back and two or three deputy United States your application has already gone in Ovid described various paints which Now Ill were used by the Boman matrons and you remember you signed it marshals Next morning bright and early we tell you what we hod better do Mr complained that the women tried to imitate with cosmetics the rosy com- Â¬ tracked that pipe lno sir right through Bolus you come around with me Uncle Seths strip way into tho swamp Squills Hes not half so particular as plexion Hewhich health alonethocould de- Â¬ also spoke of and brought up at a big pretty well uor other man Perhaps ho will pass irive ceitful pallor lent to their chooks built shanty Tho marshals captured you all right and of curious the place and two men and discovered Very well Mr Tonteen I will do by white lead ono of the finest whisky stills you so said the millionaires with a si h of methods they had of beautifying their eyes Again he mentions that a pale ever hoered tell on Then we followed relief for was a thet pipe bock afraln for rooron five But of courses you understand it can face aspired necessitygood every woman form Pliny who to be allies and wo landod right nto Pipkins not be on the first arrangement T of flour of pes cider mill see I took you for being as sound a man speaks of a concoction Woll sir it wer conslderble of a as I said as any that walks the treets and barley eggs hartshorn etc which Joko on us Wood County sleepyheads to It seems that you are not so and if you fashionable women in Rome woro on think thet ther feller Pipkin had fooled get into an Insurance company at all their faces all night and part of the day us for years now warent it now let me tell you you are mighty lucky for the purpose of clearing their skin The custom of painting the face wast Cider Ha ha and making a very good speculation oi Vinegar Ha ha hat I only do this now because I have brought to Gaul and Germany by the it Well Pipkin didnt get ahead of tho offered you the free insurance and be Â¬ Romans A few centuries later one hundred different salves for the aaes- revenue men to any largo extent and cause if your application were ro he put In about ton yoars at Columbus by our company you would not be ac p lex ion was sold in the German Yes sir these pipe lines are mlirhty cepted by any other company I may In modern times France has bandy things but jrou seo tho Standard into trouble on account of this as lt greet manufacturer and consumer of aint the first to lay ono in this section isetbut we had hotter go and see what cosmetics In England too the MS of Here comes your train W H 8 them has been general In 177V the En Â¬ Dr Squills says Atkinson in Detroit Free Press Dr Squills did not make nearly so glish Parliament found it expedient to as Bones consider a bill to the effect that all thorough an A QUESTION OF POLICY and he hod noexamination In passing the women without distinction as to age or hesitation rank maidens as well aa widows wh subject all right Mr Tonteen is now a very successful should deceive the male subjects of hi Ways of an Insurance Agent The insurance ogent but he never cares to Majesty and mislead them into mor Are Indeed Mysterious beauty paint tell bow he landed old man Bolus into rlogo by moons of false salve Spanish hair tbe insurance net Luko Sharp in De Â¬ water false teeth wool corsets or padded hips should be Haw Old Dolus Ww Induced to Take Oat troit Free Press Policy Tbruogb tbe Machinations punished under the provisions of the wf Two Sharp- - Wltted Inaor How llaad Are Turned law against sorcery and the marriage mm Fiends A There is a sort of sympathy be Â¬ should be declared null A Gorman statistician who has ac Milton J Tonteen was a young insur Â¬ tween extremes B I dont precisely understand what curate data concerning the use of cos ance agent who was naturally very anx Â¬ you mean metics throughout the civilised world ious to get business for his company Well for Instance many a homely estimates that the money whloh Ameri- Â¬ That In fact was what he was there for He looked on all humanity individually mans bead has been turned by a pretty can women pay for cosmetics would pay Texas Sittings tor the pointing of 97000 house at on and collectively as risks Every man womans foot expense of 875 per boose who walked the streets was to him a It Wh Reeky risk good or bad He buttoned holod Tbe Cabbage Wora and Ita Paraaiw Humph said tbe showman thafe people on the street and whispered a a pretty rocky dromedary The gradual decrease of the imported few words to them about the necessltv I think so too I really thought it cabbage worm Picris rapa daring tbe of Insuring while it was yet time and was a lapidary It is so rocky Harpers last several years changod last year to he followed people into their offices un- Â¬ Basar an enormous increase at least in Cen- Â¬ was worried into taking til many a man tral Iowa says the American Agricult His uxowiKiific or n 011 e a policy that he felt he did not need but urist Tho decrease was attributed to be had to do It in self defense if he ex- Â¬ Its many insect enemies Last year th pected to get any more work done dur- Â¬ butterflies hovered over the cabbage ing the rest of hlii natural life patches in swarms and were ao plenti Â¬ Ton- Â¬ There was one man that young ful that eggs wer deposited on many teen wanted very much to get and that allied plants as turnip radish wild was old Bolus tbe millionaire He felt mustard etc Hand picking the worst that if he could rake in the old man who and trapping tbe butterflies which have was not so very old after all it would be been practicable during the last few a good name witi which to get others years were out of the question a because every thing that Bolus touched the patches were large In oar teemed to torn tc gold and people were containing only boat half a hundred very muoh In the habit of trying to get plants we picked 8000 worms and ajBjay Into the scheme in which the old man and then gave up in despair In a few Tonteen had Bolus was interacted swart days after resigning tho cabbage to TaaVaBar tried and tried again to get Mr Bolus their fate we noticed that the lossy interested in life insurance bat his ef Â¬ looked tor poroaltaa had arrived and as if to moke up for their tardinesa they forts had all txn without avail He was talking one time about this million- Â¬ appeared in groat nuuibers Scarcely m worm escaped We killed several which aire to a friend of his a young physician were literally filled with the larvto of aBBBBK 11 when the latter naid Look here onteen one good turn the parasite Thirty were cecntsd in a tingle worm We did not kill many of deserves another Now if you make mo one of the examraters for your company the worms aa lt would only destroy tho Algy 1 iny to xo parasitos and the worms were already Ill agree to help you rake in old man tho porl this summer again doomed We attributed th na lloluar I erp ctto havo a flrst- cabbage worms to th mkt Its a bargain said Tonteen and now I ra well ac-- ameantof 10WX sad the small incabor winter of forthwith the j oung physician was ap-Â¬ id stearo- pointed tho parasitic Hymenepteroas flies Ml Now said ihat gentleman to Ton- Â¬ crogaster glomerotuj The pevsoat you go co Bolus and offer him teen Aw- which of year the cabbage worms will probably ten thousand dollars Insurance for noth Â¬ th L e me to be few unless some disease has attackadj ing bad tho blre3t farm In Wood County nlgh on to 1200 acres though moron half of It wc r woods Inside of two years Pipkin wer doing Â¬ I re-fi- SÂ¬ Â¬ helpTall slrangers lo farm his land He t -- Â¬ 1 I strike-yer-dizz- 1 Â¬ lr r Â¬ par friendly parasites i n THE v4Afs4 WOTHErr8 ROOKING OH AIR You T THE FINEST LINE Tinware and Cutlery W C MILLHDFF it u II St E MA nearly cutting off one of her ears which ALL RECORDS BI ran made her turn her head to that side all thatr so giving me a chanco to strike her Lexi1 With the change o Partly from reeding and partly from I took good aim Ot aUtbetteanresIpoeMH again timo and -- Mky anwtTd John smiling An Intrepid Hunters Confliot with succeeded in burying the that observation I have not one so fair tomahawk in Or oae of half the worth to me a Giant Grizzlyat his good neighborB open sarcasm her brain so that she fell at my feet As mothers rocklne chair The Solid Vestibule I dont suppose It costs any thing to without a struggle or a groan St do all this Tby eay Its old and worthies now The carcass of a huge grlrxly bear Louis Globe Democrat OK THE tonIts lookers useless worn O yes ltwilloott me considerable was brought Into town a few days ago With leaning back sad broken anas STORIES ABOUT THIEVES before I get through by Henry Robertson who had killed the And cushion sadly torn -- Yeas I should rsyther calkllatd It animal the day previous In one of the Two Instances of Combined Inrenolty and I love it for its oriosleas i would gorges of the Plnaleno mountains lying ejajefij IMH if fHf VT sStfaW Desperate Coolness f Of memories sweet sod dear I swan Ben Grummet cried as be to the northeast 01 mis piaco iuo Tho proprietor of a large Jewelry iiiaki- I love it for the loved and lost John body weighed over twelvo hundred house In Cincinnati can scarcely have Will beacheduled 10 at met 8awyor shortly afterwards Who oft hare rested here and quickest servu Waltons a roglar blfalutin Hes Jos pounds measuring five feet five Inches forgotten his experience with an ox My dearest earthly friend has sat about as nigb to belli crazy as a man in height while its claws are fully pert knave says the Chicago Inter between And rested in that chair can be four inches long and curved almost into Ocean It was along toward noon one And when I look upon H now NORTH SOUTH Eh crazy Ben fish hooks Robertson himself was in very hot day In the summer of 1875 I seem to see him there O I dont mean rallly upsot like need of medical attention for his legs when a ministerial appearing fellow In a I ever found him true and kind EAST folks who are sent to the insano asylum and shoulder were badly torn and his Unselfish to the sod with a white tie entered the got his head full of all sorts of countenance decorated with numberless black suit leisurely walked to the show but hes No other one ha filled his place store He ami My rather was that friend nonsense scratches indicating that the grizzly case and asked to see some diamond But what in natures he going to bad considered her life worth fighting more than friend And still another studs After some hesitation he bought do In days long long sons by for The hunter was accompanied by small stone for which he paid 884 Why hes goln to save the liquids his two dogs which while only curs of a Has rocked to sleep upon her breast He then wished to look at some rings irrvk- With low sweet lullaby as ho calls em An hes goln to put In mongrel breed had their proud owner thought of making his wifo a present The 6net tram DEALER IN somethin to take up the vol voluntary declared undoubtedly saved his life in As Her little helpless daronf babe he followed the clerk to the show an Elegant Dining Whom fondly she caressed parts haaood the fight with the big bear conducting case containing the diamond rings he be-Â¬ daily t And on her cheek her Up and brow Voluntary parts What are they themselves with a courage and lntolil gan to eat an apple Watebes Clocks Jewelry Silver and Several valuable BY pressed MS Her kisses softly IX TOWN CONSIDERING THE TRICE Ben St Louis Cincinnati efvnra that would have DUt to tho blush at with dissatisfactli But I dont many of their pedigreed and high bred gems wore looked at 500 ploased him And yet another dearly loved It was vol somethin Plated warp etc Special tion One valued Has pressed that cushion old inl5 know I wouldnt ask him I spose he brethren The dogs Nip and Tuck but was not Just what he wanted At And seated hero a blushing maid jest used the outlandish word sos to get each exhibited severe wounds on the length ho saw one in tho case he thought New York Bos attention given to ti I heard the story told me to ask him what It meant an then head and body and listened with evithing As the olerk reached aaP1 Just riit- The same oll story old as love hed show off his lantln But I want dent comprehension of the story to was got the the parson Hko customer to It And yet so sweet to bear so groen as he related It to the pressed the 600 ring deep into the tholr master With fond caress on Up and cheek the I wonder if he thinks hes a comln DIAMONDS crowd gathered round the dead grizzly From lips we hold most dear eating and cleverly tcssed us old farmers how to betraving at any mention of themselves apple ho was door here to show Joys The clerk didnt You heard my childhoods griefs and it out of the Landing paework said Sawyer rather indignantly a pleased and proud exoitement and notice the move but a fellow who was And ssw my girlhood pride I guess he thinks ito returned Grumcorroborating the narrative at Intervals standing on tho outside did and hasti- this contains far richer nutriment than AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES tion in tiie heart of sow me learn to fondly love You turning wiutil xjiih rt You held me next a bride met the flesh indeed are especially rich with many short barks and waggings of picked up the apple and departed road c ronl Then I guess hell find out his mis- Â¬ tholr stumpy yellow tails Robertson ly diamond purchaser decided not to when that is deficient I advise feeding you saw my mother love And then No change of The them Jes you mark tells his story as follows take added the otbiT My wifely griefs and cares Mr W western Lin get his wife a present till another day You lulled my child as you had me my words Ben Hell ho flat on his back I was looking for no particular game in Union He was on the point of leaving when HAY ABOUT And heard my low breathod prayers afore two years Is out and had started out toward tho mountmissed the ring Promptly done ami in a workmanlike all western and soutl Autumn came and after John Walton ains more from fdleness than any the clerk a minute please Unsightly thing to other eyes called the Farmers Views on Cutting Walt manner To mine tbou art most dear had mowed over a twenty acre field thing else and only from force of habit Wc have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we believe Curing and Stacking Absolutely no Ferry Transl If TOO was nervously looking over A lifetimes sorrows to thee cling getting hardly hay enough to pay for had taken my rifle and belt containing clerk who I can not find that large diaI would cut when passing out of tho I Joys are centered here be tray Its Buy it try it and you cant deny it We is the best plow made labor he set me a st work digging a revolver huntlng knifo and tomaThe bloom and always wait until tho dew Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver mond ring you were looking at vh in Then wonder Dot because I love Trains on the An in Ce And speaking of tomahawks deep trenches all over it He had two hawk gentleman in is off says a contributor to the The sanctimonious handle the Hy mothers rocking chair daily between awAh say right here that for a fight at block at once returned and remarked Orange Judd Farmer Curo until the dug lengthwise running up and down Ill For aU I ever loved on earth fortret the slope and then he dug quite a num-Â¬ close quarters with man or beast it is that the clerk must be mistaken The hay begins to rattle then stock it or to theDont office the place next door CINCINNATI Wedm Hath left a memory there CHICAC Richmond Ky Post Farm and Home ber running across these They were the handiest weapon that was ever In- search continued but it was fruitless put it in the barn Tho great point In 1000 30- quite deep and broad and Into them he vented by white roan or savage The The proprietor was called ami In a very its keeping Is not to have any damp THE QUARTETTP3 ANTHEM The lai Indians who patented It as you might austere and blunt way insinuated that ness como In contact with it Hay of tumbled nearly all tto stones that could Ask for 11 kinds will pass through tho sweat say seeing that they had been hob- Â¬ it might bo found in the folds of the TICKETS BIG FOUR RQU1 Ob yes I been the anthem sung by thaet big be found In the fields that of C -- via the- for hundreds of A pooty expenslvo way of if no water gets to it and will keep Its church quartette CO Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market and the MOLINE My wife she raved about It but I kep my ow o rooks remarked Grummet gettin rid nobbing with them man was follow ring buyers garments years while the white color Clover should bo cut when in G n said tho I am Rev Dr 1 B MARTIN mouth shet and part of the first bloson ing bis plows tail knew moro aoout customer In tones ot excited wrath full bloom IOMG1 E AND IONGUKLB88 CULTIVATORS Its a better plane for them than Genl Passenger K No sweeter song she Bed Is sang by any the surface isnt It returned Walton wild animals and fighting than that naming a clergyman who lived in a vil- soms are beginning to turn brown Algoods CHICKEN angels lip oscaku MiRRM iran white man and he has never brought lage about thirty miles distant and Ill ways wait until tho dew is off or use the An I sot still an hcerd her talk an nevei with a smile st fa CINCINNATI raised a yip Mebbo But whtt on alrth are ye out any thtng to equal tho tomahawk In give you to understand that I did not hay tedder to turn it and got all damp Cholera Cure fight for all his big come here to be insulted a ness foreign to tho hay evaporated They sans We Shall Bo Changed thats all doln it for Why Im going to see If under blowing Is the beat made we carry a large stock of them that s all or purty nigh Well the proprietor became angry Dampness destroys tho color and qualWell I was sitting down to rest on and called a policeman and tho alleged ity of tho hay and is liable to produce Wo shaU be chanced we shall be changed draining wont improve the land wc shall ho changed Set I tho top of a little ridge after jogging clergyman was removed to a back reom mold It kept out of tho barn would Under draining Whats thatr you perpose aU day an night Jest them same If It is simply drawing off tho water along an hour or so when I hoard tho protesting indignantly at the treatment stack it in large ricks I have hod arts to sing gone on It In ricks and from the surface Tills should think was held OF BACK BANDS Wy I proper thing a change would be a very wet but If I can get theland is colddrain dogsofthat hadbarklnjr asahead and gotten A short consultation the address and a good luck In putting Illinois andseven A covif they had gono telegram was sent to out sight water to given yoars In succession in an off among these rooks tho sun may mad I knew they had found something by the prisoner making Inquiry as to ering it with stock boards batened The tenor sang We shall be changed In favorable seasons with fencing warm the surface aid give me a good worth having so 1 went running down his character and whereabouts The re RICHMOND KY then struck In the base Who sang We shall we shall be changed Into the llttlo dip below the ridire and ply was slow in coming and it was de- Â¬ June 10 Is about tho timo to commence piece of soil here from the bottom of But It looked veiy foolish to Ben there I found them tearing round and cided to search the prisoner HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES AND LINES The alto and soprano thenhis face their vocal Ho was cutting clover both tried Grummet Ho belicted that what was round an opening In a heap of rocks forced to strip and every fold and I do not think salting odds ony thing range thenaturof the soil couldnt be altered sort of piled up till they made a good crease In his clothes was searched It Is to the keeping qualities of the boy An both emphatically expressed the certainty to hitch up Also full sets ot And every thing m of change However the young man made his adzed cave and acting liko they had needless to say the ring was not found Hay draws dampness and tho closer it trenches tumbled Iri tho rocks filled taken leavo of their senses But ex- The telegram to tho village thirty con bo stored to oxcludo tho air after It The absence of idees wur drowned in plenteLaawl E WSJ - 1 I In on top with the loam ho had origin cited as they wore It was easy to seo miles away came saying that Rev Dr is cured the better and more perfect it ousness of voice JaB J aaB economy of words an extravagance some farmers to work they thought It better to he pretty G What strict ally removod and lien left It n was one of tho most reliable will kocp I have known of noise for Itself awhile A month later ho cautious too for they would go rushmen In tho town and that be was visitÂ¬ who used llmo instead of salt claim For they were stingy of their words and gen LHL Jtr- - Srfl If dkjF aV plowed up two acres of it and he could ing up to the mouth of tho cavern and ing friends in Cincinnati WT Up to this ing that If there was any damp rou- - of their strains I VaT see that the soil had already changed then come tearing back In a big hurry ness In tho hay It would romove It I alJaftai i V aV An they were spendthrifts of their lungs an time tho proprietor had been of tho Thousands of dollars worth of would almost make up their opinion that the customer was a pious can not say how much benefit tho hay wonderfully After this was done he as if they misers ot their brains die every year from CholThe quality chickens more fatal to chickens than cut his way to tho muck swamp and minds to tackle whatever It was and fraud but tho telegram changed his derived from It however An they coll this mighty music taint fer me era It is went to hauling out that artiole which then on second thought give it up I tune He wanted to make amends riht of hay depends on the curing Wild or to say its not blue stem hay is easily oured but is all other diseases combined But the But I think musics better wen its slightly he deposited in various places as he could not think what it was for it never away The parson talked heavy dam mixed with thought occurred to me that It might bo a ages and law but was at length soothed deemed proper rather hard to keep from spoiling after discovery of a remedy that post I think yer lungs give forth to men a more tosaid BTizzly bear for 1 had not seen or heard tosllencoby four crisp 8100 bills In it is stacked It would probably keop cures it has been made and to be conThats a curus contrivance spirlu strain well enough In a barn but as a general vinced of its efficacy only requires a He and Ben Grummet of ono in these parts for ten years and some way tho story of tho ministers And the CELEBRATED BUCKEYE REAPERS and MOWERS If they fret have made connection with tho Sam Bancroft Is had been at work for Walton at haul- over ingine of yer brain insult leaked out Hlsfrlends heard it thing where blue stem grows and few trial A 50 cents botde is enough for So I stopped over a big log that lay and asked him about Ho alluded to a large vat It is guarone hundred chickens In the end ho mado Into hay there aro very an sung ing muck NS and Wen Maria rooked our boy to sleep it tWF We keep on hand for inspection a numler of WA back of the house Into which ran a between me ond tho hole and looked In a rii he x baby song anteed If after using two thirds of called at tho jewelry store to seo alout barns The necessary consequence Is w spout from the sink This vat was ca- when I heard a tremendous growl and a the beat B AD CARTS that roll the pikes That quiet Sa bath evonln with the shadier and tho proprietor was not a llttlo the hay must be stacked out of doors a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly frcwlD long Few understand tho art of stacking so pable of holding several cart loads of rustling of dry leaves that told me there it amazed to find he had been duped De for Chicken with it a The music of that baby song ses I to her stuQ and was already half full was some largo animal down there that rain will not get Into tho center satisfied return as to cure undersigned tectives were at onco put on the case sex I and grade of Monumental it the Cholera Thats a compos vot exclaimed though I still could not place It I stuck and in a few days arrested the bogus Ono groat enemy to keeping of hay is and your Tt beats yer quartette anthem out an knocks the smallest stone to the mot monev will be refunded my head nearer to the hole and such clergyman and his confederate trying to tbo wind especially In Kansas Many Walton who had ovorhoard tho remark thing sky Mrd the S W Foss in Yankee Blade another growling and gnashing of teeth pawn tho ring They were tho notorious times the farmer gets his hay ond grain STOCKTON All the slops from the house the soap BROOKS m see Call Goods will suds and such stuff which most people was surely never board This tlmo I n if u r Frenchy La Mountain and Cal Dun- Â¬ stacked up in good condition and along OLOSSi SHE WHO HELPS HER MOTHER comes a gust of wind and all ot his labor wasted I save by this means and turn saw pretty plainly two big eyes glaring can you s swept away as far as the keeping A night watchman who was employed There are girls who paint and girls who patf it to good account and Instead of at me out of the darkness like red hot coals I cocked my rifle but found the to protect a Jewelry store in Denver throwing away refuse matter I put It In And girla who dance with grace OR MOST ILA BORATE STAT And girls who steal our hearts away here and let It rot and ferment and make log was too close for mo to draw a sight1 against the ravages of thieves was noat For 15 years at 57 Conrt Place now at With charms of form and face on tho animal so I got on my knees manure For Â¬ ly outwitted by the notorious Billy But theres a girl whom I re speak That all sounds very pooty re- and leaning back on tho fallen tree rester some years before his death The Much more than any other leveled my gun ns well as I could tho firm carried an immense stock of gems marked Bon after Walter had loft And as a wife I shall select Our prices compete with city taA it SiKt I ad UUr own A rareUrtj The girl who helps her mother but let me Jes tell you it dont bear all this tlrr6 tearing up the ground and kept them in a large old fashioned them Designs furnished on apphca MKwHutt melksewlU pm pay Hed better let sioh fandangles and making the gorge fairly ring with safe Forrester had by long years ex SSTYWiT12 Main Street Richmond Ky Although it may be out of style his furious cries alone If bo ever expects to make a livin EASES Bhe groats her mothers wishes perience become so familiar with safes Imported Native Marble Spermatorrhea and Impotcncy Tho dogs stopped barking though Nor oas he idle aU the while at farmin of that pattern that ho could tell wien a lke molt of Mtf abM la vntta wml ta Her ma Is washing dishes from pure excitement and stood by me to reverse and when to turn the kuob turcr mn c tT cmici ul pntataf wmutil th M Beforo tho ground frose up Walton and GRANITE always on hand MOVABin roof fou nvv eTACK She has a kindly loving way lwit iirtmmSn Wirn tttnrklbmntlutlni fer threw out most of the muck back to his with tholr very hair bristling np liko a forward by placing his ear closo to the etc P Mtrr Frand see me For parent sister brother kgoctetr r afcalDeOTTrtawkaoaraa tio up which had heoc mo well saturated porcupines and their tails as stiff as a door above the combination and In this qualities of his stack Is concerned She proves a blessing every day M Mesa rcaavri Cufm Maaraaar arurn or iMa mar acaaalii kiw peraaaman aaarjiT at naNaaawr Enough hay goes to waste every year The girl who helps ber mother and filled the trench np anew When ramrod The big shining eyes of the way could open the safe in a short time SYPHII IS jg seemed to got closer to the openpay for lumber to on many farms to spring came Walton went to some of his beast By taking a wax Impression of the key She may not read the latest trash htProGLEET m cover it In Illinois yoars ago stacks neighbors and asked them to go in with ing In tho rocks so 1 fired aiming to hit hole ho made a key for tho front door UHAOQnAnrTTD WITH the geography of THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAIH IM J aad ithr prlrate laaaaea aaaakO cant I sigh for a flirtation i asTUea that a aSj ataa who paj aaWaaamOn of hay wero roofed with three eighths or MUCH VALUABLE OTFORMATION FBOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF She may not care to make a mash him and send for some good scions to between tho eyes but as I found after to a orrtia oUaa of Aaaaaas aa4 uaathW th Having previously located the safe in allj aeqidna tnaiaUB rayafcata taalagaVq tact tea Nx plae for a sensation engraft upon their applo trees He ex- wards the shot only passed through the tho store he was now ready to begin It flvc elghths Inch celling Tbcy wero L Deaclan Bfsew are raroairaaaa iiuiaaaa la my aare War It la bLaahat h CAUTION Such lives as hers with grace abound about rn inch below them and was a oold snowy stormy night about hip roofed making them as solid as nted aaa evarrv mtlr city far tiaalaiUMt waaBaahaa caa he am privaetr Tint tw plained to thorn just the plan he had mtsave prd en bouom an hi name and price M ao ufalr itj mai or ezpre aurvhera And love for one another to make her as mad as seemed rather formed for his own orohord around up to light material could mako them then She scatters sunshlno all ten oclock and Forrester walked Cures Guaranteed in all Cases How much will it cost you asked fury than to disable her Anyhow she the store with an air of ownership and to hold them in placo four 4x4 Inch tindertaaen The girl who helps her mother Caawaltalaaaa jiiaaajaBy ar hy tauar ftaa ae Tnl 4 fetched a yell to mako a mans blood Chicago Herald ajaaa1 Sawyer aaaaaJhaamaiaaat f i He small posts wero set In tho ground 14 feet unlocked tho turn cold and came bouncing through sample cose In door hand carried a In he high with four plates at the top to hold Why returned Walton Im going Going his PRIVATE COUNSELOR smoke rushing straight at mo I Of 100 Bfuttaaiy tMnM tea Wl for tata into it thoroughly My orchard is a the JOHN WALTONS FARM turned up the gas in tho rear of tho the posts In position and kocp them aaaHaaaatMalf hoold be rrad AfMrcea ail cent plumb to jP at largo one as yours is and the trees aro jumped to my feet and having no time storo and thon shook down tho stove fla iilaja Ho hwura from li to aim and fire made a push at her with Ho leisurely worked the combination to Tho roof was placed In position before and vigorous or could mostly How Ho Worked It Successfully on be madethrifty with poor fruit I moan my rifle but sho knocked the gun fifty so but tho safe and In lees than half an hour tho posts woro sot up having tho cora Common Sense Plan F B CARR to make a thorough thing of It and feet into the air with ono stroke of hor he had beforo him thousands of dollars ners at tho oave ends of the roof gained C T WELLH expend a hundred dollars this paw and with another slap knocked me worth of costly Jewels and watches At in to permit tho roof to 6lidc upordown shall down as easily as I could a child in arms Hadnt you better subscribe for it liolc3 spring this vory interesting point the night on or between thoto posts In pins were I havent the money I toll you no put bored In tho posts to bold What A hundred dollars In your tearing my shoulders pretty badly by watchman camo in to spare And if I had I havent got orchard the blow tho roof up When It Is timo to begin C CO Good evening said the cordial tlio timo to waste over newspapers I fell with my back across the log stacking fasten tho roof at tho top of Yes said Elen Sawyer with some emphasis and beforo I could draw a weapon from burglar as ho continued to remove val- tho poses and begin tho stack between When Jewhltlker an broomsticks my belt the bear was upon me crushing uables from the safo to his sample case But you will gain much information I git money to play with Ill try it or liulld to a Im packing up my samples went tbo posts not enough finish cut in case and nearly suffocating mo with the from It in the course of a year sir hay put in thcro is A little while later and tho grass beGoing out on on tho thief suavely pursued John Walton gan to spring up on the twenty acre lot weight of hor big hairy body With tho road In the morning and thought I what there is stopping work on the The Only Coal Yard in Town I tell you I dont want it as It had never sprung up before and as her forepaws she hugged me round the would got ready to night There isnt stack for any length of time take out This was spoken so flatly and bluntly time went on John Walton was continshoulders in a clasp a little too loving tho pins and lower tho roof down upon ho asked holding out tho hay leaving tho hay level or nearto be altogether comfortable and pin- that a beauty that Walton said no more but folded up ually studying bow to improve his farm an elegant Jurgensen for the watchman the prospectus of a periodical which he ly so As tho stack settles tho roof Good gracious Eben ning my arms to my side would draw to examine ejaculated Only a square from the Court house up her hind feet again and again trying bod with him and then turned away will follow the bay down and protect it Sawyer as Ben Orumtiet and Sam BanGENTLEMEN dont In this way Forrester packed over from rain and wind If I woro going to You depot have to send away out to Flme Ktfn Sawyer and Ben Grummet wore croft came Into his house ono cool to rip me open ltBoemed By tho luckTHE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY the Calf aad Laced Watsineef Grata two old farmers that Is old at the busi- autumn evening have you heard about iest chance in the world I hod on ono 80000 worth of gems and watches Into build one I should build it for ricks in Â¬ The excellence aad w faring qualities of this shoo Including mam lines branches and extensions East and West of tho cannot be better nanam than oy taessreas indorse ness though they had only reached the John Waltons applesi of these oilskin jackets such as sailors his sample case chatting cheerfully stead of stacks it would bo cheaper In seats ot Its Ibnimli nf eeaeanet MlBBOun River To all points East North and Northwnat from Kansas watchman all tho while wear and a pair of buckskin overalls with tho night middle age of life and after their tho long run in cost of lumber and the City to Rock Island Davenport Des Moines Chicago and via ALBERT I was there Yes returned Bet- sfahsVwSSaassSaaaaatassat Ccad Delinredto uyFutofTom As ho was about to close his sample LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthlnjrton Sioux Falls young neighbor had gone they expressed and hoerd the whole my when not In AJOO Hand sewed Welt Aaaesast Shoe cnt so I know I reaching tothom knees itwhere my thick caso he stopped suddonly as If strvck by work generally Thencould be used nse Minneapolis St Paul and lntervenlne towns and cities It I aaeqeaBsd for stylo ami was only my boots met and as covers for hay they their opinions concerning him for short direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati never would ave thought It An orchard I9JO ueoayear Welt is the staaauara areas a farmer said turn out like to a happy thought and then picked up a storing of farm tools wagons or any ijouievuie rasnviue and Eastern and Ssouthern pointa converging at Hell nover make dress that saved me from being torn lee thatr City it also constitutes fc especially adapted vory pretty ring Turning to tho watoh He Sawyer with a shake of his head w for nutTOatai And jes look at that twenty acre pieces for the bears claws as often as man ho asked him if ho had a wifo Tho thing that should bo housed from sun or Soft Coal and Anthracite All statute in CoaagTraai Bottom aad Ler spends too much time over those papers field said Bancroft rain she tried to rip it would slip over the THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM Five years ago Hes a leotle mite it wouldnt hardly pay for mowln It smooth surface of tho oilskin jacket and watchman had and with a careless and books of his THE MISSOURI RIVER Nnt and Lump Coal WEANING PIGS laugh Forrestor tossed him the ring In my opinion abovo farmin nave Been saost ta It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and grazing lands In the didnt bear much else but podgutn Now spend its force on my overallsaand boots saying Glvo her that and tell her it sass ansae them saperioc sod the recent Imus Those are my sentiments responded look at it Think o t10 corn an wheat which protected my legs to great exworld forming the speediest most popular and economical system of Now open at Myers old lumberyard to anyshces sold attbese prices The Best Time to Do It Some Precau transportation to and from all cities towns and sections in Kansas Co- Â¬ is a mark of appreciation for the faithI tell you Eben the man Grummet though Ask next to Second Pnsuyteriau church direct year Dealer mm liaSne causae lluTT aali or aad h he sapply you saad lorado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining Chair Cars betwuon hes raised there an this year he cut tent through the flesh was badly torn ful services rendered by her husband tions That Should De Observed to i iai even Quickest delivery in town Lowest DoeSa foe faccorrilaalDL that thinks to make a llvln cm a farm moron forty tons of good hay from it them Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge City and Pullman order Weaning timo is always an Important prices Try us Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson In this section has got to work for It W L DOUGLAS Brechtea All this though it takes some time to The brilliant guardian of other peo- Â¬ We was jest talkin about yon Mr 17- At this juncture Sam Bancroft came tell It happened so quick that all I had ples property was delighted and was one and care should bo taken to see MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS 0 T wTSLLS 00 said Sawyer one day as John been given as will proalong He was another old native of Walton able to do beforo the boar grabbed unusually wide awake all the rest of tho that such attention Is a Loading all comoctitors in snlendor of cool In summer warmed mote and maintain camo into his house steady growth toy steam from the locomotive in wintereouinment me was to yell to Nip and Tuck They night It was not until the next mornthe district free from dust well ventilated and Ah returned Join as he took a leave Kansas City and St Josepn daily on arrival of trains from the East ho became aware of tho hoax The best plan usually Is to commence We was just talkin about young seemed to bo at and Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullman Palpce Sleepers and seat hy tho fire I hope you found actually the 6ight of taken so abackthe ing that been practiced upon him For- feeding several days beforo weaning first by Walton said Sawyer mo lying on that had FREE Reclining Chair UNMNU TKKOUtrH WllUUUl JUANKi to of no bran mixed with milk which Denver Colorado Borings and Pueblo aaklng stops only at important in- ground with the bear on top that they rester by that time was well out of he giving bo Hes rippln his barn floor up said nothing bed to say We should aauitiliini stations In Kansas and Colorado Surrb Dimntr noiAiB at con allowed to stand Provide a was talkin about could only stand still and look with way and his connection with the robNot a bit of it - City Bancroft venient stations west of Kansaand St Joseph furnish delicious rrinaln at seasonable houi s and at moderate pnc was not discovered till a few days trough in a placo where the pigs can Rippin the floor up repeated Grum-Â¬ the wonderful improvement youve made their eyes popping out of their heads bery run Why the wholo floor was put on the old place and of the money you but when they did fairly take in the sit- before his death when he confessed it oing In themselves and cat without Dmet THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE disturbed then they will soon learn make down only throe years ago uation they made for that bear with no To Manitou Pikee P k tho Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain to eat and get accustomed to tho changed wonderful And do you think PUMPKINS more ado than If sho had been a pussyThe tie up floor I mean pursued tie mountain mining camps and cities sanitary Palls Idaho 6 which thoy should be But aint it hing ground attractions of Colorado resorts hunt Bancroft Hes got a carpenter up cat One took her by the oar and the Their Value as Food for Cows Farmer diot Tho age atgreatly on their condl weaned depends It Vestibule rains are equipped with every modern improvement Well replied Walton I dont know other laid hold of her hind leg men from the village and his two hired Should Raise More of Them and luxurious enjoyment that can add to sal y co tion If they havo been well fed and about that but Ill toll you what I do They also mat Now bears have a trick of always are helpin at terminal cites in Colorado in Union Farmers whoso experience with tho have done well they can as a rule be Dc pots with t or ond Ric know I know there is no class of people letting go any thing they have their Midland Union Pacific rado Whew I guess hell make a farmer pumpkin has been confined to what It weaned when they are eight weeks old Denver Texat all other diverging t Worth w ana VrAi- nnfua lines ww And so they all guessed with a in the world who may read and study to dutches on for the next thing that will yield when planted among corn With Timi ToKlo For Tick u f it Hv wVaafirn others not doing so well allow an FarmPalace Steamers Lov Rates or furtner desired iinoiTuaUon address USB BODUll was some better advantage than farmers reservation In short there bothers them and It was to this way of would be surprised to see tho crop that A good Tour Trips par Week Silninx thing highly ridiculous in the thought ing Is a science and he must be a man theirs that I owe being here to tell the can be grown when raised by itself with other two weeks nursing E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN orchard is tho vory best placo for grow Â¬ DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND of a mans thinking to he a farmer and a of more than ordinary capacity who can tale1 for If she had held on to me much a liberal application of the kind of CU ing Qunl Ticket Tva AW General Kna ot C 111 pigs If there Is a good supply of master it all In short there is no longer I would have been suffocated as nuro best adapted to it James J A student at the same time grass a Email quantity of bran and John Walton was a young man and branch of industry In the world which sure as death But when the dogs Gregory Marblehcad Mass in Now will OnUP aW WMII It though ho had been born In the neigh- may not be followed tc better advantage grabbed her she let go of me and turned England Farmer says The kind of ma- milk wisekeep them in good order to made too sudden a change DETROIT AND CLEVELAND But farmers on them snapping her Jaws and snarl- Â¬ nure best for tho corn crop is not tho Is not borhood vet much of his life had been without a good education akaavsl Snjvimy Taps daring July end Anauet mothors milk to grass spent in other sections of the country must not be afraid oi newspapers and ing like a devil gone mad Away they kind which Is best for tho pumpkin from tho Is There danger of the pigs getting OUf ILLUSTRATED died John had books They wont if they are wise His parents having both went tumbling over the rooks and crop Corn requires loam rich In phos PAMPHLETS Bates and aeaiaaea Ttceta win be this time and It is married and now turned his thoughts follow every advice which experimentcrashing the thick under phorio acid and potash and certainly stunted at to correct tho mischief almost impossiblo As alists give but they m xy study and rea growth asthroueh been dried grass to making a living out of the old home E B WHIT if had but a small per cent of nitrogen The Ac TEKTH AKSlAL EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT son and experiment for themselves So the dogs tooit cute to get in the f aoe of vine class such as pumpkins squashes with disease ovcry precaution should stead Detr4tWsaa bo taken to avoid such N When thero is Ben Grummet had a curiosity to see I have done and so I mean to do the boar and only worrying her from and melons require on the contrary any differenco in the what was going on In Waltons barn so Y Ledger behind whenever they could and the loam tbat shall bo especially rich in and considerable tho pigs which size m m One nf the quality of often he dropped in there He found that the BEST Telbear too big and olumsy to get a good nitrogon and the quantity of the crop arises when sows have largo Wire Fenco Itrace J A 6 WUiLIAMSON I farrows a whole of tho floor where the cattle is almost In proportion to the liberal chance at them Munday South Dakota Mr J J good idea is to wean tho best pigs first CITY EXOINEKR stood had been torn up and that they sends to Farm and Flrcsldo a descripWhile this scramble was going on I ity of tho use of this element While it and allow tho aaeaa we win aeaaVUB smaller and The following stakes and purses MOM rxnao n aaek lecaaiy were digging a wide deep trench the tion of a brace for a wire fence The got on my feet and ran to get my gun might not pay to purchase tho high to suck a few days longer weaker onesÂ¬ Only taaaa wae mha Civil Engineer and Surveyor aaabce At this sea to aaat eece ran Shake suae of whole length of the tie up posts are eight feet apart Tho cross but I found the muzzle full of snow and priced forms of nitrogen for this crop son tho faster tbo growth of tho pigs the theeae AU 70a oaaa teo ba to ahew ear goeoe te What on alrth is all this for asked piece is 2x4 Inches eight feet four the ramrod gono so I drew my pistol yet where the farmor has access to that leaie 8urveys made for Railways the larger will bo tho profit aaeae aha eaS yeee aaasahaSB Ben and rushed back to help the dogs I very cheap Souico fish waste if he has period from now onwards until and the I yee 1aehaT eea ttwoo pikes Roadways Estimates givenTuna real bot Ac Why TO BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR returned Walton who was fired when I thought I could hit tho a dairy it may be made to pay well the very best time to eeepe Tha aiiiesae eat nveaeataewatepee eaaaU taletSa tete- - Farm drainage Town Lots laid off weather sots in is fa oeo et reaaMoeaa ate busy In superintending the work and Last spring I measured off a half atre securo a healthy the bear without hurting the dogs but as growth The ex Â¬ STAKi PURSES I am having of fair loam that had been manured at tremes also in working himself chance would have It tho pistol snapped GENERAL LAND SI of hot and cold weather are both Best three In five a place fixed here for making manure Just at that moment the bear made a about tho equivalent of six cords to the against obtaining growth whilst the TBAfiLTKS STASBS 50 added by Pace t 200 01 I mean to fill this trench up with good Lines retraced Wpecla aiteu lion given hulk R ia a fraaa eeaM Me Kie the Seioeh sart of eheat sudden rush at Tuck and tho two acre for tho four years it had been rethe Atboc iation Jj mile beats best two To 3 year olds We moderately cool weather in the early same aa terse ae te eaey te ranyeay atwin alee thaw j a hew r 350 ot to topographical map leaaa Aeoa the eaa aeake reaK as to a t S a claimed for pasture to this was ap- spring or autumn muck and thus savo the liquids which pj in three o struggling and yelping and growling To 4 vear olds under proper condioieerieeee Better anti at oecc- We hay all eapreee caersae 400 o ami otner lauds Correspond Â¬ have heretofore been lost I think by rolled over a lodge of rock and disap- plied four cords of barn manure In tions is much more favorable for rapid as irua solicited wltb parties IV DK BWW wtn J IUUL1 To voo class ZBVIMZ STAZSS For 2 year olds 500 oc ence management I can get full which rather over a ton of fish had be 3n growth iuterestsd peared To 233 class 200 added by Association mile heat 500 00 proper With young pigs if lands fu mouutalu coun Â¬ The piece was planted plenty of good grcon clover thoy havo Though I was still dizzy and sore from well mixed To 227 class 00 double the quantity of manure which in three best two 700 WTBB FESCE BRACE ties of Kentucky thero is SaaaafcFRtfiafc To 22 x class my fall with the blood running down toward tho close of May with the Mich llttlo danger of over fcoding 1000 00 others have got on this place FRF C but it Is Bs Oflice City Hall Rfchntond to accompany nomination J une st Do ye said Grummet sarcastically inches long fitted in notches on the my legs and face I could not leave my igan mammoth pumpkins in hills 12xV3 Five per cent to accompany nomination posts A smooth wire passes around the faithful friends to fight it out alone so the vines being finally reduced to two never advisable to glvo pigs or stock of yable July 15 and 10 additional winch is forfeit 5 per cent additional to Yes resumed tho young man It any kind moro than they can clear up aasasaHAaWbe paid on day preceding race 6tart to be paid on day preceding race is a fact tbat the liquid manures could base of the end post and the top of the I dropped the blamed pistol and draw- to each hill Thoy had three cultiva- Â¬ comfortably Orango Judd Farmer ina three to start all purses The stakes and purses are to be divided they be saved would fully equal the next post The stick is twisted tight ing my tomahawk I jumped ovor tho tions though at one period of their eeree r cent to first 2tj per cent to second and 15 per cent to third fMTeo h aaaSt Otlmwl solids both in bulk and value and enough to bold the second post against ledge right In tho thick of the shindy growth the weeds got the start and Bhrlnkace of Brain lf ihe rules of the National Trotting Horse Association shall when combined with well rotted muck the brace Tho grizzly now dropped the dog and thero had to be some hard palling In Physologists say that the older a maa jTfZ e read leahl ltn 48 govern all trials Any horse distancing the field or any part of it shall br entitled and some other articles which shall O --- -turned to me again but I jumped to one tho fall after the leaves of the vines grows the smaller his brain becomes - Is sold on all races to first money Entry Blanks furnished on application TTT I So to to thaw J take up and retain ail the more volatile side and caught her by the nape of the had mostly died down the field covThis ox plains why the old man knowa Address all imiiiiimwStifn to Senator Casusm introduced a bill neck parts I feel sure that they will afford providing for the erection of a public striking at her forehead She ered with its huge fruit weighing from nothing and the young one every ieelekletnSeMhwZrtysnhls erec ISHELBY 1RV President M B ARBUCKLE Secretary all more fertilizing powers and properties building U Newport 2 turned to bite my arm as I brought my twenty to forty pounds each and al- - thing te m t ta 3t 8100000 oj the rlchg8toranira Richmond Kentucky arm down and the weapon Janoed most erery one than the solid maniiresjaaa A- d- dont By sol Where dye Urn BrjtfjT TTTII A BEAK - Hardware STOYES FITZPATRICK BDSH PERFECT OF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CO Â¬ RAM color was certainly a very striking sight Ono load lcing weighed and tho quantity of the rest of the loads being estimated from that weight e found the entire crop Including two loada not fully ripe was rising tea tons It is not necessary that a farmer should plant this variety to get twenty tons to the acre I havo known a crop at tho rato of twenty fivo ton to tho acre to be raised from pumpkins whoso average weight was not over eight pounds This crop was remarkably large for the fact that the seed was takon from eeveral varieties which grew sldo by side for a mongrel crop of cither pump- Â¬ kins or squashes if but one step re Â¬ moved from its parents will yield heavier than did cither of tho parents This Is on the same principle whereby a grade cow will usually do bettor than the nveraire of tbo two pure bred par ents of which she Is a cross Now 4 tho rjumDkln play any part In tho farm economy that would mako it profitable to raise them I find In my experience as a milk producer that there Is a period between tho coming of the first frost sufficiently sevoro to destroy fodder corn and the date when wo open our silo where thcro Is a blank In green fodder this blank tho pumpkin will fill The objection sometimes made to feeding tho seed Is not olways well taken but If the cows ore observed to urlnato more freely after being feci with seed and all thon tho bulk of tho seed should be removed otherwise as A I RUFF J - LawWr e BigFourRo s lsfesrf vJ sap I I1TNIUEBUEIELER ktmn F2TTINQ Imt - - Â¬ v Â¬ PL0W8 PLOWS REPAIRING 1 Â¬ i Â¬ Big Injun Plow WE CARRY LARGE LINE Â¬ Â¬ ANTEH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL Â¬ hand-to-han- d Â¬ If s MADISON Â¬ Monumental Â¬ Ii Wagon HARNESS WE Â¬ - VVaal3l Â¬ Â¬ aw Farming IIVlIi VIL KINDS OF and Garden Implements Â¬ Â¬ - i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Every Charact Â¬ flfiTin Rooffing a Specialty and our and Prices and we suit Â¬ WC FITZPATRICK CO DR KX RiCt il - I 11 Â¬ SHSWniiWi ciSWiS m WAipJ - Â¬ Â¬ ass - a A D FLORA Â¬ 11 Â¬ - accver 301 U l v a A M 1 1 I M rM Â¬ T WELLS Â¬ Â¬ hJU cni gWUT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE Â¬ Wat--r-tow- SEBft aim 3 2 SHOES 1 lafds Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Sold by Jack Freeman C Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 pr-rli- s- Â¬ STTO MACKINAC Summer Tours J 1 I WW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ twSoaaEdH AWeJes WTeMat Â¬ Â¬ Madison Count Fair Association Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RICHMOND KY SEPT 16 TO 20 I89O flab y Â¬ Â¬ FE 11 aiasaeaaaTfaueaeej WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH 1890 fa Ma Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ad II I Â¬ 1 Â¬ CRAPSEYBKOW Â¬ S aceJir Arclaitoots lJ Bli2i esasST5 Ti olrrtarrXrsCa MOOOOOOOOB Maine i THE CLIMAX VtOsMfty - - - July 9 1890 Meafta J John K Weatrea ki- - Dr Heath returned to Georgia yesterday Col Wm M Irvine is at Tate Spring East Team Ms Kemp of New Mexico is visiting Mrs W W Watts Mr Pony In ashy of Garrard coun- Â¬ ty was here Monday Mr Mi l Hhrmks ranted Mm Winchester on the tth Rev In Scou and wife of Galrestoa arc visiting at Dr Win Willsons Dr and Miss- Anna Frazeedrove over to Danville Saturday and back Sunday Mr E M Huguely of the drug firm of LoweA Huguely Middlesborough is here this week Mr Thompson of Missouri who visited the EbBsaateaa and other relativis ne home Mr Armp Flkin wife and children of Louisville have been visiting rclativ s in thk county the past ten days Mr Kdwatd S tlerine formerly of The Ciimav i visiting his sister Mrs I dan Sallie A Cass at Manchester O The World Fair Commission it laanaaasaae convenMr Fugcne Pariish of this count- - is Snator faha lieniiett one of tion h ycle tournament colored parnaa Kentuckys sick at Pineville His mother Mrs Ja Worlds Fair Commissionami picnic ers has returned from Chicago where cob Fairish bai gone to see him Williamson ha tity Kngioeer A Miss Mary Adams of Louisville and attended the first session of the caaa JI tin cntract for bis IoNm mksion It oceapted five days and be MissEffie Hill of Frankfort visiting - Iliii sides patasamaal osmsabasioa a large Mrs I W Turner have gone home tow ns is in ojteration amount of luisincss was transacted Hon Mrs Alexander Cornel ison and daughturning Hit 120i aaneadl of he the first Thomas W Palmer of Michigan was ter have gone to Chattanooga to see elected President and JohnT Dii kins-in run Dr Alex Cornel kon who is dangerously V Watts formerly of this of TexasSecretary The proceeding have sii k Mr beea pabtished in pamphlet form emr moved from Gallatin count Mr Bob Baldwin for some montlm in bracing forty sven pages and Tiik Cli the confectionery Tcnn to ranklin Ky business here has gom max has bean favored with a copy With to Bast Beraetadt to grow ap with the If yon want to know what the Force the pwnl work thus early liegun the town Kill is rend Conjnwwman McCrearys Worlds Fair two yeirs hence should Mr W C Iane of the K C R R has h in to daya tLiMAi be a glorious siH cens returned from Connecticut whither he He for killing Brown wn tried nn united hk wife and son to spend the What is ir Wcdaeaday ami hell over in the sum of Mr Cv ShirHet has left at the Climax summer i wliich be teased to gran office a stone that he found on the place Mr W M Cosby of Fayette county Tlic fancies fnnnc resilience in toVn is where the water works reservoir is to le iccoinpanied by his wife is visiting his that of Crooke x Crmeton building at erected two miles cast of town It has son Mr C D Cosby near Red Hi use comer i Main and Parrish sti the appearance of ctrilicd cedar and k He is S years old Viirio Shoolticld A Co offer you as smooth m -- lass Two knots and Col C U Estill has returned from Misgrain are distinct it reduced rates to make room for lieautiful Hut the souri lookingSvell and happy after a visfall stock See tlieir clalwrat ad shie of the thing and the indications of it Of metal months to his brother Mr mechanical skill arc its interesting fea- Robert Estill at Estill t the i edition Saturday and tures 9 It is shoot the size and shajie of a MissHeilen Terrell of Terrell Ky nominate a Ienjocratic candidate pigeons bead and neck except that the and Miss Ada Maupin of Richmond are for IMcgate to the Constitutional Conbill ot a bird is hardly so large as the rock guests of Misses Cora and Sallie Willcox vention The npper or topside waspotiehed while Perif Kiiiinrlcin CUuen The Ifittereanarg raneayasseVari of the the under sile was cut out w ith a knife at Mrs Amanda T Million county Bnpt Nc ay that Mr F H Adair an eagle that is nearly a right angle and lark late of the Glyndtta has mam to Colora- conforms to the breast of the bird Public Si hiMiis for Madison was among do to live there it a best evidently bored with the the peomiaent persona present at the Stole Teachers Association at Frankfort Oar ftatasmaafi aim inning thai Miss iioint of a knife or similar instrument MissMattic Walker returned Wednes llattic March was clecteil Can it that he in trificd rock was of the State Teachers Assoe iation by mis- - cut into its present shape or did a piece day from Richmond where she visited relatives accompanied by Mis Florence lhe 4th jape of last of some machine get lots and petllfjT Walker of Kansas who will be the guest weeks Climax of the family Lanaulfr Record The Howard Bean at Ford is heiasg A Former Madison Man Dies a Millionaire Mrs E R Holland of Dallas Texas Walter Huffman of Fort Worth Texas enlarged to rooms and continuous verandas and offers inducements to fam died in Chicago on Sunday before la t formerly Miss Minnie Wheat cducitcd He was a native of in Richmond was among the picnic visiinp and recreation parties who desire to after a short illness Her husband is Waco thk county and a son of p A tors at Booaesborongh spend a few days Huffman who was proprietor of one of one of the editors of the Daily Times h t Mister Thomas Pickle who won the ald medals for iinctuality and scholarship Wacos pottery works before the war and whose name may yet Ik- found on jups The Pineville Hotel last Friday eveat the Madison Female Institute Richand jars of his make that have been so ning was the scene of quite a gay crowd mond - enjoying the Assembly Lrx fortunate as so escape the ravages of time of the young society folks of Pineilc n Trmmrriil Walter iliilinan was eminently success It was an imponiptue entertainment and aty Attorney J A Sullivan Mas- ful in the Lome Star State and accumula reception given in honor of Miss Fel mil t ter Commission Representted a fortune estimated at SlOtXi000 Tin of Richmond and Miss Francis of Paint ative W B Smith Squire I X IXmjilas Fort Worth Daily Gazette one of the Lick who are here visiting friends The and candidate for Constitutional Dele many prosjerous Texas journals was a parlors and dining hall of the hotel prepit e K II Crooke made si leeches at the jiart of his estate He owned a large sented a briilant appearance and every court Iioiim Monday and absolutely quantity of real estate His father had one in attendance seemed to thoroughly rised the lCenblicn arty lived at Waco Texas reamed to this enjoy the occasion Music and refresh county located at the cross roads near ments were OB hand and the festivities Wilson of Jhtnville and Cantrill of town won first anprizes Eliistonand named the place Waco after lasted until a late hour Jimrilli Met at the Chantantjua Assembly Monday his former home He made a memorable smper Mr Walter Bronston of Riclunemd ear ran for Justice of the Peace against H B THIN COLUMN ned tlie crowd with his oratory but the Dillingham James Kiehardson T S Kllk committee thought the matter of his and David Martin now deaeaasd the last n not equal to the others Kich named having just repn sented Madison One of our young horse dealers objects county in the Legislature and was elecmond won it ii l ear to being styled a leading horse man ted But he saw a breeder field in Texas The Lookrilie Southern and all its in more ways than one and returned to He says every boy oa Ms place leading horses to water every day branches ineliidingtlie B N I A 1 were that State locating at Fort worth formally leased on Momlay at Ixuisville We shall not again mention any man The Bicycle Tournament to that powerfnl company the East Ten- as Colonel for the scriptures are against i Virginia and icorgia The lm Dont forget the bicycle races at the it Job NXXII chapter and 21st rerse isville Smthern system and the Cincin- fair grounds next Satunlay Julv li It Neither let me give flattering titles into nati Suthcrn will Ik- - operated under w ill lx- a liig thing and you must not miss men latiHis This is a great combinait Just think of 1M0 blCTCteS in line and Aiptilo Bicyclists she said as she tion and means fa t time from lvichmond then go to the fair ground rack and see read the big sign of the Covington club t Ixiiii ville and Cincinnati and strong them run There will In- - fancy and stretched across the street from the Glyn competition with other trick riding by the U st riders in don Musing a moment she remarked Oh yes thats the litin for Welcome the country and ten splendid rac Btrea Fair Dr Bicyclists es for over i4O0 in gold medal Berea Fair will be held oa A ugust 22 and Morgan and Joe- - Willk will run in a fat A colored boy in Richmond who ciit Sard John Hill President A T Fish mans race on an excursion to Cincinnati the ether Secretary lohn Lucas Treasurer Kg parade at oclock Sunday and took in the zoological garden A half mile track will be ojiened and liaccs lcgin promptly at two oclock says he cant understand why monkeys ry day and other little animals are kept iu a The premium list will le out in due Admission only Ji cents Music by Saxton v frosts Band zoodarge ical garden for they are no big time enough Klephants and giraffes belong raiHiBAM Land Sale to the crowd cause they is me balf mile for ordinarFirst race Col A J Herd has sold la farm of 130 ies free to all first prize Si gold medal so large batsmen ILiaaaraa and Berea to There will probably be war between gold medal Mr Bishop of Clay county at sX pat second prise CM ml race Three miles for ordinar Richmond and Madison county ov r a i ontlict of authority The citv council difirst pri te championship Mr Thomas House of Whites Station rected Sqaire Araaertoaet the towa dock ha d to Mr Fnmk Allen of Clay gold medal second prise I04 cyclomeback to standard time Judge Chenault ter coaaty HO acres of land for ttjBrt says he will call the county court togeth- Â¬ Third rare OsM mile for ordinaries A aether Candidate novice first prize 15 gold medal sec Â¬ er and have the dock moved up to sun Squire I N Douglas is announccil in ond prize 10 gold medal time The ijuestion arises w hose dictatJwlays Climax as a candidate for Dele Â¬ Fourth race- - One mile for safeties ing the time Open tin books for vo- Â¬ gate to the Constitutional Convention first prize 20 gold lunteers State championship aobjett the action of the Democratic medal second prize -- 10 gold medal He and Mr Crooke can have jwirty RELIGIOUS Fifth race One mile for ordinaries the field till Ratal day when the conven- free for all flying start first pri tion will mettle th matter lietween them gold medal second prize 10 gold medal The Mt Vernon protracted meeting by Andy Hauauer Jr and Elder Rice of Williamsburg resulted in Fancy riding A Prried sf Family Events Harry Kllard of Covington fifty additions Mr Charles L Tipton of Speedwell Sixth race One half mile for safeties Elder John BeQ Gibson will begin a this county lias liad a remarkable BES rail first prize sii gold medal series of meetings at Glade church on rience the ast two years His mother second prize 10gold medal Wednesday July loth at 70 p m died he got married his father died bis nth race Aquilo cyclers handigrandfather got married his fatherinlaw Rev F H Kerfoot of the Southern cap died a child was born and now his grand for ordinaries liaptist Thcoliirai Seminary will s jend Eighth race One mile father haa died Thk k a kaeidoecope of for Kentucky riders Jefferson and Ken- the summer in Lerlin He will have ac family events rarely equaled ton counties barred first prize SJ0 gold cess to a large library there and will ele vote all his time to study MOto a YearT medal second prize 10 gold medal Rev W Y Bhspperd of the Episcopal Mr John Barrett has been appointed Ninth race One mile for ordinaries - a broth of prizes in previous church preached at the College darnel postmaster at Ixnisvili Consolation winners ace races barred first prize tUI gold medal Sundae night There- are but te n uent er of Mrs J Speed The salary is 4000 a year The appliFancy riding Prince Wells of Ixnik bers of his church in town but he it de- Â¬ termined to build up a congregation bete Campbell Thomp Â¬ ville cation of Mrs Virginia son mho has herd the office many y Tenth race Kenton Club five mile and will here after preach twice a mouth the date s to be given hereafter Stn tford was indeed strong but not championship Journal poa SJki factory to the President Mrs Thorap rules The next session of the Kentucky Con eoe k an aunt of Mrs B C Hagerman made ln fore 12 First All entries to ference will be held at Lexington place thk M on the day of Tournament The meeting of the LonsKville nd All wheelmen are eligible to 10th Destrartive LigkUiag Conference has been postpom d from Sepun- Â¬ A bam belonging to Woodson Hastens these races and no one will lie barred Sd to the 18th and will be held at less known to W a pi oh rati hi si wheel Â¬ tember near Million this county was struck Rfahop R K Hararove Bowling Green lightning on la t Saturday night and man w ill preside at both meetings Third No cut rai fee will be charged burned Rev W T Rowland of the Metbiidhf Fourth No ne eligible to the nov 1m A horse Bennett was ice races who has ever ridden in any race Church baa been granted a leave el killed by lightninv during the maaab of July The starter must have hk Fiftl In 1 e horses were fore going on the track Church will be remodeled on the inside puahci si killed ami in Mer stan within fiv and newly carieteel and frescoed w thin At Yauci bnrg a man hk wife and iniuut s after the bell talis otherwise he the next 00 days Dr W W I ritts has child wet finished a map 7xi0 feet of the Bible j barred From all bom reports of k h No wheel weighing less than hinds which he will send to Elder Car aaaaaal destru lin at Pa ate a China where it will be 126 sounds will be allowed in The Water Works Company Organized rly de- use d in teaching the Bible in the liaptist L A W Baring Colle ge there The Wat er works stockholders assem Â¬ ad in the - Mary Turner of Miarixsburg and il Bank last bled at t t an lie Hines of this city have evening and pennau will form on Aspen The grand parade examined accepted and set apart ck P M pas the fair by the womans Missionary Land ol the dl begin at 1 M E Church at Nashville Tcnn and d to foreign missionary k Mi s Turners field k Mexico and China Dr L H Blanton was temporary IteUnted Bates to Cincinnati gnated for Miss Biases These Chairman and Mr E B Hume I rary Secretary iV Howard who adver- - young women feel sailed to carry tidings Mess of a Savior to a benighted people They ommittee was appointed to pro-ith a zeal to work lor the Mas- a waters ids cam- Ury and Treasurer will be elected renind - Paint Lick in ttre rbrenoea of vesterday For two or three years he has lcen le- ntat that place but was dismissed Paris is to have an ly He owed the railroad company H00 and could not arnuip- to pay LexJeajsoa las f torr it In fact he had hecn slightly off for Electric liphuand tvietibone at Ford some time As near way out of his Sew k e fiini n town Crook fe Stock troubles be t ik a knife and cut his throat He was between Jo and 50 years ton Id The above is the report that reached building on I Se- terday Then- is no doubt that the ftrcet Mt StorlinVi nistwd and man is dead making ice PrshihitioB Speaking Tin- Martin case was continued by tin Dr John A Brooks of Missouri and I mi mem wealth until Friday Mrs Joseitliinc Henrv of late for Clerk of the Court of Ap m been ron- Cvntliiaii t on the Prohihition ticket will and k a smr ess niag sjnak atthecourt-hon-eiKiehmond on j l to Cim innati and return Moiidayvenini July 4th at B oclock Howard excursion for itXh Dr Brooks was candidate for President An unusually large number of colored on the Prohibition ticket Hcui few day for stumping Kentucky people have- died liereaboute theMrs Henry is a pleasant sieaker Wf She announced at laaklllh that sl ocwsns shows The aBammr ration to win Mr IxjngiiKKir enternood to bawe leas than five thous and jNulatioii The last census was less tains a like opinion of himself Mf at PERSONAL Mrs HORSE NOTES The Realization Stake worth 43000 at Sheepsfaead Bay Wednesday wns won by Tournament by 30 lengths The distance was one mile and live fur Nligs and the time 251 At Kankakee 111 the new d or figure eight track has attracted the attention of horsemen all over the coun nd tlie results have justified the claim to the fastest mile track in the world A 240 record has been lowered to 228 and a 21 record to fcSL The report has been circulated that Bill Letcher the swift footed Longfellow colt of Mr B B Million had broken down This is a mistake He struck a foot at St Iiuis and was too lame to run at Chicago but is now about well and will run like tender und blitze n as usual Holloway Bros Brandolette won a heat race at Chicago last Tuesday of three quarters of a mile against the following good ones Chnrchhil Clark Bertha Mamie Fonsn Marchma won the first heat in 114 and Brandolette the last two in 115 and 117 j Winning about fOOO Last Saturday their gelding Odrey by Onondago also won a purse race five eighths of a mile kite-shapetwo-year-o- riili rls n Â¬ - a-- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 500 Xirlmlfiitiill JmtriKii Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Monday at Mr August Belmonts Nursery Stud this county Kingfisher died He waa aired by Lexington son of Boa ton bred by A J Alexander Woodburn Stud Spring Station Ky and was foaled in the spring of lMi7 His dam was trap Eltham Ijss idainof Kingbolt King Pin e tc by Kingston 2d dam Palmyra by Pyrrhus the First Sd dam Hester by Snl tani Kingston wnsa superior race horse and won the Goodwood cup Kingfisher was purchased it the Woodburn yearling sale in 1808 by D Daigut for flHi who entered him in numerous valuable stakes in the East He never forced him in the West but took him first to Jerome Park where in 1870 he won the Belmont Stakes 1 miles in 259 beating Foster Midday Imp Nellie James Stamps and others ioing to Saratoga he won the Travels beating Tele- Â¬ Brakes Ifmiles in 315 gram Poster Chilicothe and other Hon August Belmont then purchased him lor 15000 and he was transferred to the Nursery Stables AtLong Branch in Mr Belmont s e jlors he ran second to Bn qnier in the Robbina Stake two mile 41 400 heats in 356 Kingfisher winning the first heat over a muddy track At the Jerome Park fall meeting he won the Champion Stakes mile beats in 149 L Itbeating Haric Midday and At the- same meeting he walked others over for the Annual Stakes two miles The- same fall he won a Sweepstakes at UAy beating Baltimore two miles in d Midday He won in his form 28200 As a he only started twice At Saratoga July 14 IS7I he was beaten for the Cup by Longfellow They ran the first 2i miles in mile happed in 140 On Julv 18 of that year he walked over for a 1000 puree He started In a four mile elash at Lang branch but breaking down in the first mile he was stopped The blood of Kingfisher was of the hard bottom stout kind he lK ing much inbred on his sire to Diomed the winner of the first Derby in l78fVandbya cross to the imported Shark with many to Felipse and Herod he traced through the same blood on the ilams side with a double criss of the fa mous Whalebone Kingfisher served but two aaana outside the Nursery Stud Among his git were such performers as Oriole Emily F Kinatone Pirate Tu renne Ada Lady Roaeberry Rica Edel- Â¬ weiss Fillctte Tuieo King Crab and others all good winners Kingfisher was a beautiful bay with a star and small blaze in his fate stood 1 n hands before age swayed his back with very neat head and neck broad oblique shoulders great depth of heart large well shaped ImhIn- good back arched loins with broad strong hips great length from point of bill to whirlbone thence stiile and hocks with most excellent legs and feet He possessed wonderful staying powers and was a marvel for speed In his death Mr Belmont loses a valuable member of his splendid Stud ami the turf world one of the greatest sons of that greatest of aO race horses and sires the immortal Lexington Few of his children are left and in the natural course of events they will Leriagfan JVaaa soon follow Kingfisher cript three-year-olfour-year-o- lfj - Â¬ 1 KEWS PARAGRAPHS Nelson Tipton killed Mike Tipton in Estill county Judge W E Kussell is announced for Congress in the 4th district The decrease in the public debt for June is stated at 20683725 Christian countys Sheriff John Boyd is short in his accounts Ss000 A ne gro caught a cat fish on the falls at Louisville that weighed 175 pounds John Kedly killed Policeman Roberts with one blow of his fist at Louisville A storm unroofed many large bindings in Maysville and did much other damage Kansas Citys population is giveri at 235000 an increase of 130 pet cent iu 10 years A report comes from Rowan that three men were kille d there in a tight between marshals and awonabine During the fiscal year dosed June 80 the pension office issued 151051 certificates against 1422 for the year liefore At Cornish illein Mercer county James Donovan was shot and dange rously wounded by John Ruby Both were Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ drunk CoL Joseph Lefiel 40 inches high and weighing 80 pounds has been elected councilman by the Republicans of Spring field Mrs J Lea veil has sold her crop of old wheat abeat two hundred bushels to the Lane aster Roller Mill at 0 era per hashed Lancatter Record Fountain Iind the Jessamine county farmer bunkoe d out of 5000 has com promised for 750 The detective no doubt madeaspeck A stranger named Wm Carroll sat down on the Cincinnati Southern in Fay ette county and went to sleep A freight train cut his head off Mrs Huldah Maddox died of flux in Woodford eounty aged 63 years For twenty tbree years she had not walked a step being a paralytic John A Crowder of Boyle county was kille d in a railroad accielent in Illi- Monday 01 six hundred j gi rs he was the only one killed An Ohio man has just been aentoncea to one year in tlie penitentiary for incest the crime consisting in an illegal intimacy with his brother-in-law- s wife Fetor McCain was found dead by the roadside in Marshal county and Mrs Bud Anderson has confesse l killed him She says that be slai Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ i I Â¬ her In the past three y ir has bitten by mad and only 53 died The usual pen of deaths is 1590 so that Pasteur i Lace tTfimi died in Washington Cffv on June 23rd THE DOfi TAX The following is a list of the county He was tw ice married his first wife Our Lace Curtain stock is complete fairs to be held in Kentucky with their An act imposing a tax on dogs ft daughter of James Stone and his CaooKK Bennett fc Casts several date of meeting so far as we 40- for its collection and appropriaaaastArof C F and K II Burnain are ad rated Tirana are many accidents snd diseas Â¬ tion for the benefit of common se hools iu days Ashland IJoyd county July Nane y one of the nine months old es which aafcet Stock and cause serious The fat women ot Harper Kansas certain counties in this Common welth Harrodsburg Mercer county July 29 twins of C F and Mary ttiTkrson Tip- Â¬ inconvenience and loss- to the far mer ia held a pic nic recently to A grove three i H innrtrtl hy the Ornrrml bw raWy of the 4 days t ton of Lexington died of cholera infan Â¬ Iris work which may be lyjicklj remedied ky Light weights miles eat of CimmmteeaHh f Krntitekq Aug 12 1 Danville Boyle county tum on last Friday while visiting at W by ffar use of Dr J 11 McLeans Volwere barred and no woman was admit 1 That an annual tax of one dollar on B Cunninghams near Richmond Interday 5 ted who didnt weigh 200 ponnds canic Oil Liniment iV Kharpsluirg Bath county Aug 12 1 each dog in this State be ami the same is ment at Lexington Saturday At Vanceburg daring a severe storm If vou are suffering with weak or in Â¬ hereby levied and imposed to be levied Samuel Walton of Lane anster brother Jerry Searles who had his trlfi Mays rilk Mason county Aug 10 1 anel appropriated as provided for in this of Judge Mat Walton o Lexiugton flamed eyes or granulated eyelids yoo cUildren out in a carriage drove under a can be quickly cured by using Dr J II act Lightning struck the days known to many people iu Madison county tree for shelter t 2 That rb i sfwor shall take a list died of typhoid fever at Asheville N C McLeans Strengthening Eye Stare 25 Lexington Fayette county Aug 20 3 tree and they were all instantly killed cents a box each year of all the dogs n thfir respect Â¬ davs last week He was appointee Consul to A son of J Frank Warren shot and Shelby county Aug 205 ive e ounties and return the same 8 Mie a Cbaaaawaeal by Cleveland but declined Shelbyville Sick Heauachk and a sensation of killed the old man at Norwalk Conn County Court Clerks otfice at the BBaae and 5 days oppression and dullness in the head are accepted a position in Washington a photograph of a pretty when he found Paris Bourbon county S pt 2 4 days time he returns his assessment of county very commonly produced by indigestion young woman in his pocket with Eva Tlie assessor shall pro- Â¬ Bardstown Nelson county Sept 2 5 and State tax--n tflMMM morbid despondency irritability and over written in a delicate hand at the bottom days vide a Ismk for that pnrpeat and shall sensitiveness of the nerves may in a ma Â¬ Robert E lattiaoa was nominated on Bow ling Green Warren e ounty Sept enter said lists therein showing the Ivpartcd this life after a painful and jority of cases be traced to the same the first ballot for Democratic candidate 2names of the persons listing said dogs protracted illnejss on June 28th IVn cause Dr J H McLeani Liver and day- for governor of Pennsylvania Pattison pt 0 t and the number of each listed by each Tevis son of Nat Tevis His death was Kidney Balm and Pellets will positively Winchester Clark county lected gevernor in 1888 and the person Tlie said lnok shall Ik- - the Bag not entirely BaJaakai for by himself at cure Democrats think they may elect him ElizalhtoWn Hardin county Sept 0 Tax Bmk of each coaaty and the assessor friends though earlier than was hope Get Smiths Diarrheta Cordial and save again shall sign it at the dose of said lists or He was aelmired by all his friends and 4 dayn your life as you cant always get the mehtj and lf shall lie kept by the idolized by the family Bawaeaaeb Miss Eliza Peaaon aged 40 a bearded Cynthiana Harrison county rbjpb rl other ptrbttr rec- jed of tender care and deep solicitude to doctor in time Price 25 cents Sold by County CoUrl Clerk woman has just died at Atlanta The 4 days 516 hair on her chin was eighteen inches Richmond Madison countv Sept 18 ords and lie Open to inspection his parents yet he was taken from them W G White Druggist 1 ilays It shall be the chary of each pereen long and although she had many large nd is tarnsplantesl in a heavenly clime Ilaaiikerraiefs often from showmen she refuse to ap Horse Cave Hart eounty Sept 104 when called on by the assessor each year but h memory of his swee t fan and Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs for the purpose of taking his lit for State gentle ways will ever slid a SBCted frapear in public lays Crooke Bennett Crjsstow 40-Henderson Henderson countyScpt 30 and counties assessment and levies to grance apaa the Istnrhi of his parents Sampson and Isaac Heidiiiheimer Ir yon want to buv a Sulky Surrey give to tbeaaaamat a verbal statement and friends 5 days wealthy Hebrew citizens of flalnabai Hartford Ohio county Oct 1 4 days under oath to Ik- - administcre d by the asÂ¬ He left us on the brignt and sunny morii Btrggy or Carriage cal jn Dcnelson for Texas have been minted charged with e a i the latest best and cheapest 5- 0 a land aan Daviess county Oct 7 5 sessor showing the numler of dogs owned burning their oil mill in order to get iag and kept by such pe rson or any member days lonely and drear 200000 insurance business not being He left our hearts Tiie Lab of the flesh ia the Mood Hopkinsville Christian county Oct of Ids family re siding with him on the But we are hoping for a better dawning good at that season pure blood means healthy func- Â¬ thereof fifteenth day of September far the year When alt will be bright an clear The barn on the farm of William Ken 154 days tional activity and thi bears with it tlie Eminence Henry county Oct 15 4 list is lieing taken The person giving in A certainty of quick restoration from sick Â¬ ney near Pine Grove containing 100000 said dog shall W liable for the tax against White Hall Ky July 7th 90 pounds of hemp was struck by lightning davs ness or accident Dr J H McLeans ttosaane an same shall 1h eeflected Strengthening Cordial and Blood PuriSunday afternoon and burned to tilt from him as herein provided in this act CONCERNING FARM EKS 1898 fier gives pure rich blood and vitalizes Baa Tevis anal June 2S ground There was no insurance and the Anv person refusing to give in such list Death is always a and the separation and strengthens the whole body o00 iuu The Advocate neitices the sale in Boyle to the assessor shall Is- reported by him whk h i brings must cause a 1 13 per bottle ft The old New come Buchanan distillery eounty ol 900 bushels of w heat at 75 to the County Court in writing and said loved fttrl when it snatches the A proa beads at Louisville was burned This was the Court shall cause- him to fae suininone d to life just in youth s Moom with all lifes cents largest sour mash distillery in the world Dont fail to see our Bordered Apron New York received in a single earge its next term to show cause for his failure pnmiise s unfulfilled b fhe anguish and the loss will reach one hundred Goods 4750 bales Sumatra tobacco for cigars the or refusal and if he fail to raapOSM or to ot this only the he arts thai have lieen thousand dollars with insurance of sev- Â¬ Ikmsi 40-- Crookk Bennett show gHMl cause he shall le tine d ten largest ever known thus ls reft can tell Thus it wa enty thousand dollars dollars by the Court to Is- - tolKcUd our Life wiTi acquire new zest and cheer friend Ben --surrounded by loving On Wednesday Ran Gabbart shipped tie o A Parkhurst a member of Laura from him and paid over as a part of the - return if you will impel your He has B0U Keenes Company died in New York 500 lambs for which be paid 5 cents per dog tax Sail persotl shall then give his relatives and kind friends to the performance of liver and kidney d the crossed the dark riverain elitere lltiriitbnrij Ihimnint Wednesday He aaa oa the stage of pound list to the Court for taxation and the gates of the new Jerusalem and is safe their functions Dr J II McLeans Livc N An L train in Lincoln county Sheritl shall collect the tax there on Any the National Theatre Washington when er and Kidm v Balm will timulate them booth shot President Lincoln He is Saturday killed fifteen mule sand wound dog listeo for taxation under this act lie in the arms of Jesus waiting to welcome to the other shore IboM whom he lias to healthful action Jloo per hottlc ed eight Tbey were appraised at 3000 longing to a resident of the state is here the last of the company left here to mourn his baa Not laid ia by dee larcd to lie personal property and After working la days to reach the 32 Fence jponr lands h BO dear griev d the cold ground Two Milch cows in attempting to pass the owner thereof may maintain a civil miners entombe d in the Hill Farm mine Heaven Mav h- friends IVn Co- bread and silk hose tor in Pennsylvania further efforts have through the hedge to Lees branch 1m action and pr needing for any injury- or departure from this world draw tlmse- el Ladies and Misses been abandoned damage done thereto the same as other is no doubt came entangled in the roots of the badge There his family whom he has left behind 40- - Crooke Bennett ft LavisroSf that the ioor fellows were burned to and a foreleg of each cow was broken property w hen they an- - nail 3 4 That the assessor shall he allowed nearer to Jeane that death by the explosion Cheatham ft Albers of Versaille s who A vice tn ed to their long re st they may all unite five cents for each dg asse ssed by him Mrs WrssuwN 8aoTsnso Bncr sbmH ahravs The Standard Oil Refinery at Lmisville have had 880 cattle at denarme distillery in never ceasing praise to the Lamb of b Med kn eluidira an citilne teath It re under this act and properly repotted by ssssnaaaaastaaanssssftsssai neasesssssasaaBsa was burned Monday morning The fire have sold and shipped 150 head to Mr ban on his list and he shall be Bee iAii B sjsaa asset smaasaa paid out God was caused by the explosion of a tank of Goldsmith New York the price paid was skaasssl 1 ksss I- The sensational suit of Amanda Hnsa tatosaaatsaajsa msaUys all pu The lot averaged 1338 iiunds of the dog tax on the order of the caanty oil which had arrived that morning from 41 cents - Vt known ssa asBwsansaaaassasa court which order may be made any tana ston against John Simpson for 10000 for c rm fur iliiiilmf vwsawsr a ii Cleveland The loss is estimated at from Knglish sparrows are getting in The T weEiy-Uv- otbtx cause kxuts a bsttU before the distribution of the fund and breach of promisewas compromised at 25000 to 5100000 No insurance their work on the wheat which has beea paid him out of the said fund on said or- Lexington Tuesday night by John and They are a great nuisance and Miss Mary Leonard of Chicago found shocked Miss Amanda being married by Rev R IUINKENM der LIUUIK HABIT la all the blinds of her neighbors house open a very serious aaenace to the crape 5 That the assessor shall be fined not T Mathews the rll there is bat ae tare Some means should lie devised for their at midnight and attempted to close them Bag five dollars for each dog he fails Dr Haines bttlileil Sieritir The great dynamite guns have revoluDWaaiaV iiaVseate The proprietor Joseph Dntton shot destruction or iiegleets to list and a like sum for each m a to ate it saa xiven hi a nnd Canters magic tionized warfare through the Shatter thinking her a wltliwut tht knunl The Louisville Southern and Cincinnati person he fai s to swear to his list The cure has stopped the rav chicken cholera burglar The girl received a fatal wound Southern are shipping vast numlie rs of said fines may Ik- wli ili recovered anfbae a jus- Â¬ The great cantilever bridge at Neeilles fat cattle from Kentucky to Baltimore for tice of the peace or e ounty judge or by in- ages of Cholera among the poultry Sold su aleooolie wreck Thou v Brooks CaL is toasted Export The weather is so exceaahrety dictment in the Circuit Court and said and guarantee d by Stockton In its construction 40 Ky it 000000 pounds of steel and iron were hot that the railroads find it a difficult fines when collected shall ba a part of the Druggists Richmond used and the center span 380 feet is the matter to keep the cattle alive Owen Bradley for killing Jenkens at suits from lt- school fund provided for by this act and tiel ss tilr largest in the world Three men were K A reports loo shall lie- paid overby the collecting otlieer Lexington held in 5000 bond Bush auctioneer IS ICiUkille d and 25 injured during the work of common 808 cattle on the market 0 The Sheriff of the county by virtue braml lllocrrast tnaaraaaa pensb Til quality of the the building Bemiemm Newm changed hands from 2bts to 3cte Most of his office shall be collector of said tax A grand blucgrass excursion to Cincin- much upon the good or bad ii oestion and t levied by this art and on his county levy The explosion at the Standard Oil Vs of them selling at cts per pound 5 or Coney l land on Sunday July assimilation to make the blexxl rich in refinery at Iuisville caused a very yoke of oxen sold from 85tolMa bond tebable therefor and the County nati and 20th Two dollars round trip to Cincin- life and strength giving constttnearj 10 Attorncy shall in the name of the County disastrous conflagration The buildings yoke A few nice horses sold from uing Cor Dr J H McLean- common horses sold from institute and prosecute all necessary ac nati from Rowland Gilbert Lar on five acres of land were burned and to 200 apie-e-Hyattsville Pt Leavell Lowell Paint dial and Blood Purifier it to tions against the Sheriff may be neees the loss to the company is fully 50800 Lick Silver Creek Duncannon and Fort the properties of the bl vvhich N also loam10008 The L N Lehman of Ikiltiiuore the largest sary to recover said fund or any part Two boys Estill 00 round Trip to Cincinnati the elements of vitality are drawn 100 were burned so badly that they dieil cattle buyer in America is in the city thereof in the hands of the Sheriff going Red Hemse Shearer per bottle from Richmond daring the day is here to purchase the fat cattle of C to said school fund He WinBoone Ford Riverside Rankin 7 The Sheriff shall have all the jiow The mot delicate constitution can The rolling mills of Covington have Alexander James K Clay and otheTS ers in collecting said tax that he has in chester Renick Austerlitz Cunningham safely use Dr J H M shut down on ace ount of the extreme and will go out this morning to look at Twenty five cents to Coney and Paris heat It was done at the instance of the Mr Alexanders 700 head on his 828B8 collecting tbl county and State tax and Island and return Steamers run between Lang Balm it is a sure remeii couglis loss of voice and ali throat and Aoi may proceed in like manner and no propworkmen several of whom had already acre fane near Hutchinson station Coney Island hourly Re erty of any kind shall lie exempt from Cincinnati and luni anccambed to the beat while a majority harihna Ciri leaves Cincinnati for home madbnma The sheriff shall reflect aanf taming train of the others were keK in dread The Stoner Be ef Club is the champion The at 12 oclock midnight 3 4 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS shutting down will lie a vae ation of a few heavy weight organization of the kind taxes and settle with the County Court and shall pay the same over as the County Wall Papers weeks to about 700 men Among its memliers are M A igler who Largest and cheapest line of Wall PaSaturday lightning struck Win bed- - pulls the scales at 906 iiunds Joe Tan- Court may order rhe Sluritl in collieting said taxes pers in town fords house occupied by T K Philips ner who owns ap to 880 pounds avoirdu Remaining unclaimed in the Posl Offioe and set it on fire- but the lames were pat pois Uiee p Beobee weighs five pounds shall first apply therefor to the pemsa 40- - Crooke Bennett Crmston at Richmond Ky week ending Julv 9 out before any damage ensued It also less James Tanner weighs 230 Marion who listed the dog and colhet the same saga Take one of Dr J 11 McLeans Lit- Adams James killed three horses for Mr John C Clay McKinney 225 Gapt B A Tracv 215 from him or her but if such pe rson re Northcut Elmer Dr Odenwall He during Kline storm Also struck several Robert rkScobee 210 and the average fuses to pay said tax and no property is tle Liver and Kidney Peilets at night be- Brodes Keuben from which such tax can le made fore you go to bed and you will be sur Â¬ Rerklev Stella Park Minnie an on the Flat Rock pike and prob- weight of the other nine members is 180 found Ponatelli Francisco then the owner of the premises shall le prised how buoyant and vigorous you will Bronson R Mr ably fifty in other portions of the countv pounds The average weight of the e lub Rice Retta Mis Blvthe Lucy S is 2071 muds That portion of the Mas- responsible for said tax All of the taxes feel the next day Only 25 cents s vial Clark Richard Pari A Korman B Banson G W 3- ters vineyard produces all the good provide d for by this act shall is- due and The Railroad Gaaette shows that in the collectable each year as soon as the as Grirstead V EACoRee Daie month of May there wen- litl railroad ac things if life in gre at abundance and its sessor return his list to Cashmere Onare Smith S f llsgauJ C Mrs the County Court m inhabitants evidently enjoy them 11 Scahan cidents in this country in which 85 per-Â¬ We have the novelty of the season in llanguge Jerh Clerk and the Sheriff shall proceed to Shuman Ida Miller Bell sons were kille d and 140 injure el The obat r Dreeeret cashmere ombres collect the same and for his services in Lhamtan O G Mile Greraschan A movement is on foot fat Georgia to reHrt shows that there were 68 front and collecting an paying over said taxes he 40- - Crooke Bennett Si Crustox Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m rear eollision 58 derailments and three to organize a southern transportation Co shall Ik- allowed the- same commission Coughs and coljs come uninvited but Money order and registered letter hours boiler explosions This is rather unusual and build 1000 refrigerator cars to carry that he is allowed for collecting the couna m to 6 r you can quickly get rid of these with a prompt 7 fruits and vegetables North and bring as during the year 1888 but four J B WILLIS r as ty levy and to lie rctaine d by him in few doses of Dr J II McLeans Tar lieef and other perishable goods Smth lsjilers exploded the settlement of said fund with the Wine Lung Balm 3- The contract for waterworks at Soiiht It will take 1000000 to accomplish this County Court Kid Moves set has been let and the work at to com Tolls on refrigator cars have been almost i The Sheriff shall pay the taxes eaV Best make of Ladies and Misses Kid mence in o days The Reporter says prohibitive on certain kinds of fruit and leeteil under and by virtue of this act the city w ill take 50 plugs at S0 jier an vegetables in some instances last ye ar less his commission to the County Super Gloves ever in town Ev ry pair guarannum and the company is to furnish wa- Â¬ the- charge was 175 a car from Orithn to intendent of Common HchooOl and take teed Crooke Bennett Urmston We have opened up an ICS DEPOT 40- ter for the public buildings free of charge New York The plan is similar to that his receipt therefor which shall Is voile h in the rear of Crooke Bennett Si Irm Five miles of main will be laid at once- of ear trust though it is hoped by the ers to him in the settlement of said fund Beam are agents for first stons Dry Goods Store corner Main Birnam and Second Sts and are prepared to The reaervoir will probably Ir- located oa projectors that the cars may be earned with the County Court and said S hooI class insurancccompanies Try them throught the furnish ice continuously Jasper Hill and the water from Pitman by the growers of the vegetables and Superintendent shall distribute any fund 33-- 3season Your patronage solicited fruits shipped instead of capitalists and creek will lie used that may come to his hands by virtue of Respectfully The damp and decaying vegetation of other outsiders the provisions of this act to the respective regions newly cleared of timber t vjiosed There is a negro living near Halls lap RICHMOND ICE CO The Shelby County Farmers Inion de school districts of his county in the same named Fred Anderson who with his M II Stockton Mngr to the rays of the sun is sure to breed 4 wife is doing his part toward increasing cided to use hemp hinder twine in pref manner and in the same proportion that malaria Dr J 11 McLeans Chill- - and the iopulation of this country He has crence to the imported article beeaaaaff other funds in his hands are distributed to Fever Cure by mild and gentle action been married a little over three vesirsand is as good for the purpose and ene onrages same by the laws of the State He shall will radically cure 50 cents a bottle and during that time his wife has prese nted a home product They reH eiveed bids in his annual settlement with the county guaranteed 1 13 All persons are herebv warned against him with thre e sets of triplets The chil- Â¬ through Agent Lyle from home dealears court of his county make a separate state has a quantity of new Sul- hunting fihing gathering fruit riding or Donelson and accepted the lowest one Now hrjw-eve- ment under oath showing how and to dren are all heaithly looking youngsters otherwise trespassing on inv farm near lie gins their troubles Other firms whom saiI und has been paid giving kies Surries and Buggies of the newest Clays Ferry in Madiron ccunty The and they bid fair to live to ripe old age and most popular pattern and at very law will be enforced against all violators offer twine at baa than than emana fig- - elates and amounts Said Superintendent Three are males and six are females 5- This is done of course- - for effect shall lie allowed by said e ounty eourt a reasonable figures J B SIMPSON 4 s SUntfuvd Journal Will the farmers take the Iwit The same reasonable percent for distributiiu Hon Clifton R Breckinridge lias issued thing hapjiened in grange times Thev fund he rein to lie- - deducted from same an address to the voters of the second not only took the bait then but swallow- Â¬ liefore it is distribute coiigresional district of Arkansas in ed the hook It is bitter me dicine for a i 10 This act shall not lie enforced unwhich he announce s his candidacy for Inion man to aaa his non union neigh til it has received in favor of the enforce re eleetion He does not refer to the twine at le ss than he lias to a majority af the voters of the eleetors of Clayton tragenly except inferentially but lor buying pay for it But it is the only remedy each county e ast at any regular August appeals to the voters of the district to re Â¬ Stick to the agent 7ie Journal election anc to take the sense of such elec Â¬ sent the indignities which have lie en The celebrated bull ease ef T J tfe tors on said aaaaaaanaa the same shall be beeped on them by a partisan majority in Congress He says a scant and feeble gibben vs JO Bedford was reversed in submitted to them at said ele ctioii and i IN ORDER TO C LOS K victory would lie- tin wort by of the occasion the Court of Apiieals last Saturday and the vote thereon counted and the re sult now conies back to the lower court for elwlareel as either rotes at such election M l OUT OUR STOCK AND anel the voters of the district trial The two gentlemen bought at New That the e ertificate of the result shall lie Preachers sons are not as a rule the MAKE ROOM FOR FALL York Mi lis sale in 1S7 the short bora recorded in the oreler book of the e ounty most exemplary citizens Ah a matter of for 25000 court and provided further that this act cow 4th Dachas of Onie da fact there is a well e stahlished belief that GOODS WE WILL JIVE Before her death she calveil the Duke shall lie publisheil in a eounty newsiiaper they are worse than other boys Henry of Woodlawn and after he was one year at least three consecutive numbers proA SPECIAL DISCOUNT Ward Beecbera son Herlert is trying to old Mr Megililiipaid Mr Bedford who ceeding the elections maintain the reputation of his kind be OF TEN IER CENT OFF had all the time kept the COW ami e ilf 2 11 All acts or parts of acts inconeist getting Into varions snaps that are far 9000 for his half interest and afterwards ent with this act ire barabp repealled from reputable He has just been acquit Â¬ OF MARKED PRICES brought the suit for the recovery of his i 12 This net shall only apply to the ted at Seattle Wash of stealing a book money claiming that the animal was im Â¬ e ounties of Shelby Anderson Barren REMEMBER THAT WE from the custom house bat there are ICadzu Cloth Mr Bedford claimed that he had Madison Simpson and Woodford potent many who are satisfied that the Scotch Mi MARK OUR GOODS bred her while in his possession i IS This lict shall take effect from anel ers verdict would have Kh ii applicable in The se was first trieil in the Common after its passage IN PLAIN FIGURES AND the eise Pleas Court in this coaaty in 1S7 after Approved May 5th 1890 Umbrellas Waida in Wooelfeml county and then taSELL CHEAPER THAN R B BCCKNER MATRIMONIAL is now Court of Appeals ken to the It By the Governor THE CHEAPEST OUR Gao M Adams Mr Jack Freeman this place and Miss fourteen years since the suit was brought Secretary of State Mollie Rowland of Jessamine county were The lawyers in the case were Brent it MOTTO IS CASH TO Me Millcn Cunningham fc Tuniey SenValises By WiLLMi L KixeiO married on Thursday July 2nd 1SH AVOID A CRASH AND Mr Freeman surprised his friends gener- ator Carlisle Col W C P Breckinridge Asst Sec of Slate HOSIERY Of those in ally for they had not received the slight- Â¬ and Gen John B Huston AVE OUR CUSTOM Vests est information The couple came at once tereatod at the time Mr Me gillien W DIED SUSPENDERS A Cunningham Judge Turney and ien to Richmond ERS THEIR Huston ant now dead Cynthiana Demo-n-Mrs P E Parrish elanghtcr of Dr Mr A E Qaraa and Mrs Ix titia f Crab Ore hard formerly Win Hamilton were quietly married at We cordially thank I he public for a liberal patronage and of Kirksvillc died suddenly one day last TO DISPEL U0LDS the lieautiful reaieh the bride week em East Main street in Richmond Headaches and Fevers to cleanse the solicit a continuation of the same on V Mrs Nora H isle died in July 2nd system effectually yet gently when cost- Â¬ They Ky o rain for I y July 5t ive or bilious or when the blood is impure tour The or sluggish to permanently cure habitual Interment in Richmond cemetery on e mill fine jion to awaken the kidneys and Sunday She was the wife of Wm is a handsome widow of this dlthy activity without irritat- and ilaughur of the late Robt Ha ing or weakening the p of Figs THIS ONE PRICE CLOTHIER will prepare for the market sulpher salt iron copper and gypsum was incorporated in Covington Capi ck ten million dollars Â¬ 24 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- ti - s I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 - 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ ii- - Â¬ - 111 Â¬ 1 e Â¬ a 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - Â¬ - - 1 - - Â¬ Â¬ New Ice Firm Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ POSTED Â¬ -r Â¬ Reduction Sale for 30 Days Only - mmu Hats SHOES Shirts Â¬ NECKTIE SHIRTS Â¬ TRUNKS Underwear Â¬ Â¬ lite at CASH -- Â¬ V0RIES SCH00LFIELD CO 4i vx vwam 3SS brOBYOFA lored TJut even if ye Be a spook 1 said if yell only come out an give me a Bbow V goehtlmlffhty I wont be A B Wildcat Starts tbe Old Set- Â¬ afeard to tackle yer I said But I spect tht the foi only tlor to Talking laughed at mo the more for he didnt pay no attention to my chalnge an so y KUIes Nat tl a Ba Ctr I turned In an took another heat a to til Om Be MeaUy chasln bis tall I hal made mebbe a la nrg ar Swaatp Mf Yaara Ago tiozent circles round the tree puffin like a porpus wen I dropped my eye on the fust HATS about the forone side o time treoa big boiler I place Crazy tb biggest catty in bad mind enough left to ei wer I hold an mount Ive im idee an er soon ei I see that holler in many a day V at I didnt know the idee struck me said the Old Sot HbVSLISvwZ tier referring to wutber it d work or not an jedgln from the way the fox bad ben actin 1 a whopping big didnt much think it would but I made wildcat one o f up my mind to try it So 1 flew around the boys bad the tree two or three times os fast ex I and go an then won I got round to brought in from could the holler inter it popped I stuck my back of the gun harl out straight holdin it about knob CATAM01 nFTY FIBST C0NQRE88 THE COMMONWEALTH SEKATon Hawhy has reported favor ably tho Comroittoo on Military AfÂ¬ fairs an amendment proposed to tbe sundry civil bill making an appropria Â¬ tion of S250000 for tho enlargement of the military post near Newport this State The Republican Stats Central Com- Â¬ mittee mot in Danville a few days since for the purposo of considering the best Interests of tbe party In the State Many prominent Republicans were present Tho object of tho meeting was to indorse the candidacy of Judge Tins ley of Barbourville for clerk of tho cour of appeals Ti i President sent the name of John Barrot to the Senate as postmaster at Â¬ Â¬ I aLai killed 1 MIKE ITKID OS USB A POROC8 rLASTEK ZfWmjt r st Oa be o ki ittheproper-scaocly knee- - an y slugs ln- wunst when 1 1 full o plsen Taint wero a cattymount lived tht were ei big er that un an I knaw none want ever ok i m he were I want I were luunta aether Jos tr lookin for bar ied to want to be looked at an I hadnt run over w n on a log to rest an rz I mokin my pipe an wnadi n mil had cocoe bar wat should I see bet a big red trot tin along oater the bust nje like a trcak o p a not twenty foot r from rae on a big chesnut tree 1 the f polion an waited fer the fox I i - aave young an deestrlc MARCHtD HUM TOLABLE HULL SUITED ooomei oold n bettor Id knock him lorwd hide bum thinkin tht f I with mo anyhow liut the fox didnt come out an bime by I sneaked up to tbe tree to take a look an see wat the V Ez I iss mow d around the tree I see the foxs appearin round tother side a an It kep a my pesky gizzard I I couldnt git nigiif r to the fox thn to Jistpita glimpso i aOof hisn rcle I broke but that didnt make no MM thar ahead o me Baasa Then I lowed down to a snails pace thinkin tbe sly o tie sired b line an I six inches from the ground Wutber the fox wanted to show me tht he were up to my trick an defied it or wuther be got careless an were fooled o course I didnt bev no way o knowin but wiohever vay it mowt ha ben he kep right on hi- way an wen he got to my pun barl he stepped over it The minute tho mildlc o his body were over the barl I give the gun a hist t d ha lifted an ox an tossed tiii f twenty foot In the air I pot to my feet quickern chain lipht nin an had a dead aim on the fox fore he turned to drop back to the ground agin ahead hap war so euto down to arnnd tail jist Theso v dan- rtake roe then o n peck o his carcass t another durn - It wouldnt be a great sight more to tell aboit sarcumstance if It hadnt ha ben tht jist ez drawd bead on the fox in the air wat should I see Rcrcoouin on the limb of a tree right in raun an not twenty foot away but a cattymount tht was so blamed bip Ut I think he must ha been the dud ir o al the cattyuiounts il ever lx cn l orn up to that date 1 - t see xn T pooty soon an I begun to grit an swar a little lo I I I It popp an he were all Sfuar at me In a for- me llkelj Imigbty I I 1 stopped squar turnb er way mart I Could ol chicken 1 war in couldnt git a tors tall I all of a o my irted tracks back oour ir I thinkin stealer an no I by doln face to didnt a agin ben a soojen- - in the bnh led fox I layin md that treo an 1 1 made Anyhow wen ay bu wat I W n evry play t rneci an meet I an took e fox had any idee uld sec wen I same ol ad o lue mont sprung for me with his mouth open wide enouph to tal o in a sheep If mint had lieen fired outen a can- dut ha wetsaed through the air n n wen he Bad o my pun barl with his 8 couldnt stop on the way u clean through him ez if heid ha Ix ud on a thread Vull thats ail tk was to it I jist t an all over r an drapin the sly ol fox tail man hod hum Vable well artor all with ny days reecrya- tlon even if it had ben a leetlc tryin to the eyes along at fu t Ed Mott in N Y Sen -- attymount at the same time So I arrayed away an down lim the fox deader n a gate post hut the ball the cattymount slick an clean J lower my pun a quarter of an bath rT r frin at th fox the catty- I n through le the life tht moren t as time a large crowd of Cooney Islanders had collected They leaned on the wall and laughed until tho tears ran down their faoes Arrah Mike dear said Mrs Finn with a gentle sarcasm ye musht bo tired holdin tho dirty baste Lave go of him thats a dear Faith yell be strainin yer arrums Ha ha God forgivo ye woman gasped Mike as the ram jerked backwards nearly pulling his arms out of their God forgive ye fur yer sins sockets Ye bav him Mike I see said Mrs Doolan sweetly He cudnt get away from ye now if he was twict as strong cud he Mike Mike only groaned and glared in re-Â¬ ply He and tho ram had tramped down twenty square feet of meadow land in the struggle The ground was soft and they sank two inches into the soil The right had now been going on twenty minutes Mike was rapidly getting ex- Â¬ hausted Various suggestions were made to him by which he could relieve himself of his horned antasoni st tiive him tho fnt and throw him down then ye can jinip the fince said the best wrestler on tbe inland Hike WieJ to put hiR idea into prac Â¬ tice but as he was holding tho ram at arms length it didnt work Ye might try him suggested tho philanthropic neighbor with a grin If yo dropped yer hoult on won horn and put yer arrutn around bis neck ye might throw him aisy If I get out o this alivo Ill break your back me beauty exclaimed Mike as he ran backward urged by tho ram The onlookers now numbered nearly a hundred They came running from every direction and the shouts of laugh- Â¬ ter drove poor Mike wild Is tharc ere a wan as is man enough to jump the fence and grab hoult of his tail till we carry him across the lot and dump him on the other side o tho wall said Mike in despair After a long consultation with his mother Mickey Finn volunteered to as- Â¬ sist Mike in carrying the goat When ho had secured a pood hold on the rams tail tho animal was partly dragged and partly carried across the lot and with a heave ho was dropped over the stone- Â¬ wall into the adjoining lot Mike now deemed himself safe and was walking back panting from his exertions when a shout from tho crowd warned him that his danper was not yet over Glancing over his shoulder Mike saw tho ram charging across the lot in his rear Little Mickey being fleet of foot escaped but Mike owing to his ex hausted condition could not run fast Just before ho reached the fence the ram caught up with him and as a result he was knocked on his faoe in the mud Before he could regain his feot the ram had loosened his skin in several places 1m low the knee and seriously interfered with his ribs Hence the remark made by Mike In regard to pitchforks at the beginning of this story and hence the recent rise in sticking plaster in Cooney Island Mickev Finn Jerrold in H Y Sun oollar-and-elbow Â¬ Â¬ the lack d ha 1 bate the rum i 11 MIKE WELSHS BAM laughin ye BORER How aa Olilo Farmer Finally Stopped It THE PEACH First 8 ton WasmnoTOB June SO Bxhatt The Honss Mil in relation to oaths In pension and other eases was takes from tbe calendar and passed The House bill for the admission of Idaho as a Stats was taken up tor consideration Tbe bill bavin been read Mr Morrill cave notice that be would at tbe earliest practicable moment The move to take op tbe tariff bill agricultural appropriation bill was taken conference further A np an passed was ordered on tbe legislative appropriation bill The only point of difference is tbe amendment to increase the pay of Senators clerks The House joint resolution continulns tha annual appropriations for tblrtj days after the floral year If tbe appropriation bills have not then become lawi was reported by Mr Al lison and passed presented HOC81 Mr Breckinridge Ky tbe credentials of TV W Dlckerson as a Congressional from tbe Sixth District of Kentucky to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr Carlisle Mr Dlckerson appeared at the bar of the House and took the oaih of office Tbe debate on the Federal election bill was then resumed Mr speaking against the bill folAla Herbert lowed by others pro and con The debate was suspended long enough to enable Mr Cannon III to report from the Committee on Appro priations a Joint resolution extending for thirty days or until the bills now pending become laws the provisions of tbe appropriation acts of 1SS9 90 In pro rata amounts Passed Washisotoi July L SehaTS At the close Of Mr Vances speech against the Idaho bill the bill was passed without a division A message from the House of Representatives announcing that the body had resolved to ad here to its disagreement to the Senate amendments to the legislative appropriation bill havMr Dawes said that tbe ing been presented House having declined to confer further with the Senate the only alternative left was either to let the bill fail or to recede from Its amendments He moved that tbe Senate recede Tbe motion pare rise to a long discussion Finally tbe vote was taken and the Senate by yeas 19 nays 24 refused to recede from lis amendments Tho Senate proceeded to executive business and soon adjourned Horse The House resumed consideration of the Federal election bill ibe pending amendment being that offered by MrLeblbach N J providing that the Chief Supervisor of Election for each Judicial District of the United States hall take such action as Is requisite to secure such supervision In every Congressional district as Is provided by the lnri of the United Tbe amendment was rejected yeas States After debate the House adISi nays 138 journed Washington July S Sehats Mr Plumb from tbe Committee on Public Lands reported tbe Sennte bill lo provide for the delivery of land patents to their rightful owners and asked for Its immediate consideration Passed It directs the Secretary of the Interior to send to tbe Recorder of Deeds In each city In which lands so patented He lists of the land patents In that county V t have been In the general land office uncalled for for twelve months After debate the Senate receded from the amendments and the legislative bill now goes to tbe President for his signature The steamship tonnage and mall subsidy bill was consid ered until 5 10 p m when the Senate ad journed UOCSE The Federal election bill passed tbe House to utght about 10 oclock the time be Â¬ tween that and 2 p m when debate closed be ing consumed by roll calls on dilatory motions ft vote yeas 149 nays 155 was on Springers motion to lay the bill and pending amendments on the tible It was tbe first motion made and developed tbe fact that there was a majority of six members for ths passage of the bill Mr Springer changed his vote In order to mnve for a reconsideration but that dul not change the real majority which varied from six to seven all tbe afternoon and evening There were twenty two Republicans and Democrats who d d not vote on the first call most of them being present but paired No Demo Two Repubcrat voted with th ltpbllrans licans voted with the Democrats VIashiiton July a Sbnatb Messages from tho President as to Indisn lands in Kansas as to postal and cable communication be tween the Utiited States and the Latln Ameri ran States as tc the celebration of the fourth cenfnnial of the discovery of America and as to agreement between the Cherokee Commission and the Iowa Indians In the Indian Territory were BMSBBBai and referred Several bills were reported and placed on the calendar Resolutions were offered calling for information in regard to the manufacture at soldier homes of articles for sae in competition with private enterprises and in regard to Pacific railroad indebtedness The subsidv bill were discussed o p m when the Senate adjourned ununtil til Monday Hocrr Mr Ioilge Mass asked for a reprint of the Federal election bill ns passed with mr rgnii notes Mr Pussy Xeb asked consent to offer a resolution requesting the President to return to the House the bill extending the time of payment to purchasers of land or the Om ha tribe of Indians in Nebraska but objection was made Mr McComas Md presented the conlerence report on the District of Columbia appropriation bill After debate and pending a vote on tbe conference report the House at 145 adjourned till MonÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Louisville Anie Goneu aged eight was killed in Covington by a stray bullet The Comptroller of the Currency has authorized the First National Bank of Greenville 0000 to comcapital Â¬ day i me a o laughin tht Id 1 girt ber cbes I part that big led my wind wenty I begun to kinder gitten scarce hax l-r-- W TJ C 1 Twas a cold day but I w wuasn a cord ion player at a Fourth o wint feeling tl ez a i tbe hill- I think if I could have ha au inute ted bim wussn Samson did that little flock o fox he ketched ez Ive heern u li I i mtB Cm OiX ter AMI WAITED i a the slttiwation so much sore were tht Id allux ben an had stuck to it arly an late agin all comers bposh a xea or a forder down not tryir to couldnt pit by an blowin fool isaea an lettin c nil cm M key shines and wussn a clown in a circus an me land an here I were x but act - no at that in o this made the sweat poor ten me more an more an I put on a heftier head e steam an tore round that fox like an ingine but I ever could pit a glimpse even of an Inch more of its tail than Id seen afore Then I mysrlf bepin- go crary Ye mowt ast me why I quit an go bum Well I couldnt ao more qnit follerin tnat fox than I eould ba quit breatiin I spose Id ba been follerin of it yit if nothln hadnt stepped in to prevent it I got I hollered at the fox an called it names I could lay my tongue to I whanged away at tail but the tail alluz disappeared I ttoae to get out o the way o the bullet WmaSt I tore awav from the tree tarentv or thirty foot boS I could ketcb ths toxee be kim the side o tbe tree facin int trot by but Jtot topped an waited on tother side er sos I could get a full m tree an then the dum fox had pticlar business on jist loft I till ye my reason ware totter In on it throne by that time an I V I yelled to out an iar I said- - You otily Jist dast ick even the pnt o yer none trom ahiad that tree I said an Ill pat a slug later it so durn quick I said yell wLsht ligbtain bad ben arter ye instid I said But tbe sneakin red haired lawec didnt show up an back I tore to tbe tree Ail wunst more fer a pell cz if ltd ben a in the swanip an I was one o them fellers lost his wayaame oyo mowt ha heern on Tboa 1 rushed away the tree aja crazy ex a bedbug ison on it an yelled to the fox he in coward i r1o tht jack-o-lante- thtd Book dod Tisarned t ao flosh an blood fox -- blast y ejxx For the last two years I have been He Was a Broth of a Beast and successful in heading off this pest so Full of Fight discouraging to tho pach growers The grub never works tho body of II E residents of the tree for tho reason I insuppose that Cooney Island the bark is tough and covered with a bad a wholesome hard scale which it can not penetrate for MickIt always works at or ey Finns billy surface of the ground just beneath tho goat The ani the tree here is smooth Tho bark of iiial was in the succulent and tho tiny tender and on habit of seriously emerging from tho ejg creature had interfering with been laid at this placo by which tho parent frpondicu-lar moth is able to penetrate t o the inner position as Â¬ portion of the bark where it lives and sumed by the grows to maturity eating its way along inlanders when ior several incnes during tho period of on the street In its existence If tho grub happens as fact he had bat ii tho case often to work tering ram inclinations Aje did not around the tree very sorious its way injury Is lessen nor custom stale the playful done In fact I have known a eccentricity Indeed practice seemed borer to completely ruin young single peach only to make him more expert in the trees two or threo years of age and adjustment of the force necessary to ac- Â¬ when two or more are at work on the complish his purpose For many years same tree its doom is usually sealed he reigned as the champion knocker I nave an orchard of ViO peach trees do wn of Cooney Island But alas for on something over two acres of ground tbe perpetuity of goat supremacy in These trees were put out in the spring 190 a rival entt red the field of 1SS2 and the two following years As His rival was a ram of uncertain ago fast as these trees havo died they havo b it undoubted vigor He was imported been replaced by others I presume b- - Mike Welsh from the village of Wll that at the present time not much over bar The ram was smaller than the half of the original trees remain Some gjat His horns curled downward He of them have winter killed others have was black and white in color With a died without any apparent cause Iflnd narrowness and lack of amiabiMty which a peach tree like a sheep will oftenresected seriously on the masculino times give up the ghost on very slight sheep he regarded all men and women as provocations But I think that I have enemies Even to his friends no favor lost more trees by tho depredations of biswasshown His owner quickly recog the borer than from all other causes put tiztd the weakness or strength of his together I have tried putting ashes four footed property and after a brief and other substances around tho trees iew with the ram was engaged foi and also digging them out but always n hour patching up his barked shins with very unsatisfactory results with sticking plaster These made very For the last two years while cultivat- Â¬ poor substitutes for skin and Mike ing the ground in tho spring I havo wrathfully nursed his bruises and vowed made a small mound or cone of earth Inwardly to take a pitchfork with him around the base of each tree some five ihe next time be went into the meadow or six inches in height taking care to where tho ram was confined have it press closely about tbe tree so Mikes shins would have been intact as to cover all tho bark up to where it had ho not been prompted by the dic has been hardened by exposure to the tates of a kind heart to help a friend It weather Since doing this the trees happened that Patsy Fogarty was cross- have been very thrifty and I have not ing the feeding ground of the ram when found any that havo been affected by he attracted the attention of the animal the borer This remedy is simple There was nothing suggestive of an easily applied and my experience leads ugly disposition in the appearance of mo to believe it an effectual one J G tbe ram To be sure he kept one eye on Wells in Ohio Farmer Patsy and while feeding edged up side Quick naylaf ways in Patsys direction So marked When grass was cut with scythes did this movement of the ram become that Patsy stopped and waited for the mowing was best when tho dow was on With the mowing macbinos camo other ram to come up intending to scratch tbe animals bead But when about ten ways A mower docs best when there feet away tho ram lowered his head Is no water on tho grass I have found backed up some four feet and then grass cut botwoen cloven and twclvo charged When his head came into con Â¬ oclock a m is cured better at two tact with Iatsyt legs the latter sat down oclock than that cut between nine and This act was performed so violently ten and it makes bettor hay My plan that Patsy thought his spine had been is to run the machine from eight or nine fonxd up through tho back of his neck oclock to twclvo m Between ono and Patsy was still seated when the ram two p m start tho rako and hands to charged a second time but as a measure put up in small cocks As soon as of safety he pra p d the ram by the done raking start the teams to hauling to the barn If possible it should all horns and held on Twas hard work but Patsy held on until by his cries he be in tbo barn by sundown If any re Â¬ attracted tbe attention of Mike Welsh mains over Ifthat should bo carted in the morning ihe ff0cd for the owner of the animal another fair haj day I jmetimes mow Lave go o that ram shouted Mike two or ifter noon but never running up Is it tryin to stale him enough thr r to bsTtog a lot of wet hay ye are 7 to dry Thl i seems slow work to tasny Divil a stale thin replied Patsy but I manage to get my hay into tho I was just seein had he any strength r aero than others In his neck Come down bad hoult him barn in let a minute Mike Faix hes stronger nor who work all tbo time It is as much work to dry a lot of bay after being wet a bull as it Is to rat and rae thesamo amount Is that so replied Mike jumping without bring wet end tho hay over the wall Uimea hoult of him twice as much as after wetting is worth Make till I see Is be that strong hay when The more Patsy tratisf erred bis hold of the haste tho the sun shines less speed Whatever is rams horns to Mile and then climbed worth doing is worth doing well on the wall to watch the fun Five rules aro minutes went by Patsy sat on the waU These three and good the rules to hurry hay making hay Farm and aad uttered such comforting remarks as Homo Youd betthT not lave go yet Mike beTl break yer legs if ye do Faix he Aeronauts Drop From the Clouds has a bead as hard as a stove plate so At Beardstown liL Prof Black mado he has an ascension with a bot air balloon Mikes face was dripping with perÂ¬ When several thousand foct above tbo spiration Ho trtmbled with excite he parachute with which ho in- Â¬ ntent and fear Patsy looked on and tended to descend took fire Of course tojoklf d tho descent was rapid and the body of luck tbe goat and tho unfortunate aeronaut was found in watoy but h held on like a noromi an oat field abuwt a mile and a half from Heda By this the pi Uuaribly mangled Kvrt Netra ftrma of the new cruiser Phila Â¬ delphia have proved the vessel satisfac- Tuk tests Â¬ tory and it will be accepted by the Gov- Â¬ ernment kl Â¬ Â¬ Cincinnati sent to the Franklin County jail for tampering with a registered letter was discharged on a pardon by President Harrison TiirHK is a report of a remarkable rich find of gold near Juarez Lower California Tut German Italian and English Governments havo agrood to establish an international court of justice at Zanzibar Ir is stated that Lord Salisbury declines the honor of a dukedom for his services in bringing about the Anglo German agreement Tin National Sulphur Company has been incorporated in Kentucky Capital 10000000 The Hank of Ilartford Hartford Wis has suspended payment Deposits 800 000 liabilities unknown Kiluain says ho has challenged Sul- Â¬ livan to a finish fight London prize ring rules Patioimas Ciias VYeweh of the Cincinnati police committed suicide by shooting himself with a revolver Coiovfi Jones S Dat of New Albany Ind fractured his jaw bone In crushing a peanut shell Tho bone had becomo very much diseasod by a cancer Ransom IJiniifNit Wricn professor of Theology at Auburn Theological Seminary Clifton Forge Va aud s leading literary man is dead A statement furnished by Ilrad streets Agency shows that the number of business failures during the past six months is 4Vi less than for tbe corres- Â¬ ponding period of 1So9 Tho liabilities are 474174 less Joacm Joxassos who was arrested in Berlin on the say of a drunken student who accused him wrongfully of using language disrespectful to the Em- Â¬ peror has returned to New York Ho will bring tho attention of the United States Government to the outrage John Kami fkk of Huntsdale Pa is m jail on the charge ef poisoning his wife BOWAD A Lrcirs of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mence business A picnic wagon containing twenty one people was struck by a Louisville Southern train at the Preston street railroad crossing Louisville at 910 oclock tbo night of tho 4th and sixteen people are now dead or dying Those in tiio party were Ben Nolemeier sis- Â¬ ter wife and nine children L Heibort William Vance Sadie Vance Lucy Stondle Mary Grims William Faulk Antio Hagener Frank Nolemoior and Will Cooke 1 1 was dark when the cross- Â¬ ing four miles from Louisville was reached Tbe railroad track there is straight for miles but those in the wagon were laughing and singing and none noticed tho light of train No 4 which was two hours late and run- Â¬ ning at extra speed Just as the train was upon them Mrs Nolo meier leaped to her feot and cried Oh my God stop but this was the only warning and it was too late Just back of the front wheels tho locomotive struck the wagon It was torn to bits and the remnants with most of the vic- Â¬ tims sent crashing through a rail fence twenty feet away How fatal the result wan could hardly bs learned whon the train backed to tho death scene The victims wero lying here and there in all positions their clothes shrodded from their backs covered with blood and un cor scions Ben Nolemoior lay dead with his right arm torn from tho socket and missing Tho mangled body of his youngest child hung across tho driving rot of the locomotive Sarah Vance was still living v lfh hrr breast crushed In and otherwise fatally hurt Will Coske and two others of the Nolemeier children are also hurt beyond hope of recovery Not one escaped without fearful cuts and bruises and tbo list of fatalities is almost sure to be larger The Secretary of War has appointed as cadet at the West Point Military Academy John W Mi Tarlin Franklin TjlrU District The Salary and Allowance Division of the Post office Department has finished tho fixing of Presidential Postmasters salaries for next year Following aro the changes for Kentucky Carrollton 81 100 to 51200 Elizabethtown Sl800 to SI 400 Fulton 1400 toSloUO Hickman 1000 to 1100 Madlsonville 1200 to 51300 Maysville 2000 to 91900 Som S300 to 51400 Versailles SI 400 to S1500 Williamsburg 81000 to SI 100 Winchester Si 000 to 81700 Tin services of Prof J Douglas Bruce Master of Arts of tbo University of Virginia havo betjn secured as p ofessor of modern languages in Center College Danville Pensions for Kentucky Mike Jack- Â¬ son Lexington Nicholas Martz Falmouth Jas R Lamb Louisville John C Pardue Pig John W Stone Leitch field Chns Eubank Bowling Green Cen Allard Richmond Jesse Cowen Counts Cross Roads Henry Anderson Patterson Croek Wrn 11 Hansford Somerset Thos Shepherd Lexington Milton King Louisville Frederick llcnz Covington Andrew Hamilton Sparta Thos J Wood Munfordsvllle Wm R Hampton Bowling Green Elisa J mother of Thos H Popper Paris Martha widow of Hiram B WarlBrons burg The Allcn Bradloy Distilling Com- Â¬ pany Louisville tho largest sour mash distillery in the world burned to tho ground at an early hour the other morn- Â¬ ing Nearly 00000 gallons of whisky n process of manufacture were destroy- Â¬ ed At 3 oclock in the morniug twenty flve men reported for duty when a flash of blue fire was seen and a terrific ox plosion followed Tho flames leaped into tho air immediately igniting each of a dozen tanks with report of severe cannonading Tho whisky soon spread over the entire building and in five minutes the buildings were a mass of fire and beyond the control of tho flro department Tho Allen Bradley Com- Â¬ pany cartis its insurance at Frankfort and in New York It is learned that it carries about 70000 insurance Tho loss will certainly reach S1000OO No one was immediately killed by the acciBut it is nearly certain that dent three boys who were walking along tho track when the vapor exploded will die from the effects of the terrible burns re-Â¬ ceived A Two iiotiis downpour of rain at Lexington a few days ago caused considerable damage to property The rain was accompanied with wind Dtmra a severe storm at Vanceburg the other night Jerry Searlaa who had his wife and child out in a carriage drove under a tree for shelter Light-Â¬ ning struck tho tree and tho Searles were instantly killed While campaigning in Kontucky in the early days of Lbs war ieneral Gar- Â¬ field bought a farti near Prestonburg for a few hundred dollars Recently Mrs Garfield sold tho tract to speculators receiving V70C0 for it The papers of the State are circulat- Â¬ ing a paragraph stating that tho Mason Ford Company aro to surrender the convict labor to tbe Stat July L It appears to have been forgotten that tho offer of the lessees to do this was not accepted by the State Nathan Baxsixeaa wholesale and retail furniture dealer of Louisville bta assigned Liabilities SS00O0 ad sots 540000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE CORN CROP Practical Bueswatlorn for Bast Method of Cultivation The cultivation of the corn crop should begin very soon after tbe corn is plant ed and should bo continued almost un- Â¬ interruptedly until laid by says a writer in tho Ohio Farmer Tho corn grower has as I have said before the growing of a rood crop practically under his control despite the curtailing Influ- Â¬ ence of an unfavorable season provided always tho crop is handled in a scien- Â¬ tific manner and nowhere during tbo progress of tho crop until wo realize in cash return therefrom will itpsy bettor than right hero to employ tho best labor of the farm I bellevo that tho time when corn is most benefited by cultivation is during the early stages of Its growth though we may not see great results at first tho returns will prove this true and tho Investment of time and labor if careful- Â¬ ly bestowed pays doubly as well as tho Tho eamo amount at a later period first two and sometimes three culti- Â¬ vations shouid bo with a smoothing and If the ground has harrow becomo packed by rain tho Scotch har- Â¬ row snould havo tho preference and this should tako place as soon as prac-Â¬ ticable after tbe entire crop has been planted crossing tho field in an opposite direction to tho way of planting Har- Â¬ rowing now is beneficial in threo ways first by covering any hills that may not havo boon covered deep enough to In- Â¬ sure germination and leveling off any which may bo covered too deep second by destroying a multitude of weeds that have concluded that now is the timo to get in their work and they will if wo Â¬ OLIVER PLOWS ESS- fsK1 1 5- aB ll Wt 19CBaaaaaai I aaaVBTffBaBBBBBBBBBBa BBBBBBBBBt7SBBB1 tPsaiggBW are not careful It is woll known that weed seed will not readily germinate nor will seed that has done so grow rapidly in loose earth hence ono reason for keeping tho surface always well stirred All the advantages secured by the use of the plow are secured by tho uso of tho harrow at this time and tbe labor Is not half so great Dont put tho first har rowing off too long as it may turn wot and you will bo unable to do this important work whon it will do tho most good Remember always that weeds will grow in cold wet weather but corn will not hence the weeds unless care bo taken will frequently get the start of th corn and they generally do their level best to follow up tho advantage gained This is a sign of troublo for tho future If your soil is comparatively free from weeds ono harrowing may be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I FOIE SAXjE2 Â¬ Â¬ SHACKELFORD -- DEALEKS IN ALL KINDS OF- - GENTRY Mslig Goods HuTuWare Tinware f ooilenware MAKERS Souse BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON TOOLS AND MATERIAL sufficient before tho corn comes up but two gonerally can bo given with profit Whore corn Is a full stand ex- Â¬ perience proves that it pays well to harrow after It has come up This should be done after it has taken on tho third leaf Do not attempt this sooner for it Is very tender up to this time and tho damage dono would bo too groat but If dono at tho proper time not more than five per cent of tho plants will bo destroyed For tho first application with tho cultivator I uso an ordinary one but iu stoad of shovels I used attachments con- Â¬ sisting of throo teeth or shovels each ono inch wide and nlno Inches long making twelvo on tho cultivator instead of four These can be mado to throw earth enough so that it meets aroupd tho plant leaving tho ground almost level If tho corn is still small these may be used a second timo Somo advocate throwing the earth from tbo hill when the corn is smalL This is false for if as somo claim tho suns rays more roadily reach tho plant root they also chill quickly at night or on a cool day Again to destroy weeds corns greatest enemy we must either plow out or smother by covering with earth This is most easily accomplished during tholr Infancy and this can not be done when tho earth Is thrown from tho hill Tbo first and second timo Is whon you should be most careful to plow close to tho hill From this on shovels aro best to uso sot to run moderately deep then as tho corn develops plow more shallow for roots of well developed corn cover tbe entire surface of tho ground and to de- Â¬ stroy theso you aro certainly lessening its vitality Th number of times to work corn depends on the soil and sea- Â¬ son In a wet season plow often enough to destroy and keep down all woods In a dry ono the more frequent tho hotter provided of course you do not leavo tho field too long at any one time I al- Â¬ ways go over my corn with one horse plows after harvest when it is too largo for tho two horso cultivator this timo not running closo to tho corn or deep This prevents a lato growth of weeds and leaves the ground in excellent con- Â¬ dition to be sown to wheat My rule is unless In a very lato season to not work corn aftor July 20 as tho probabilities are tho damago dono would bo greater than tho benefit to tho corn A Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40 HUE Boots Shoes -- I Hals Caps THE HARVEST WILL SOON BE HERE DEMERS IN ANl beits roansBiie goods aaafc iWPWNtra hE iaTa A BaBaTaratflEaaaaaaa FOR THE Summer Season It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our S L M M E I We entered the market to sigSTOCK nalize the coming season by a tock which in its magnitude should mark an event in We have the history of all openings succeeded beyond our expectations The goods are now in and placed on the shelves We can show you the largest selection of jilBs L aiVara1aaaS-g-- 1 Ladies9 Ladies 3 - Shoes a Joe S Boggs says that he has been running a DEERING BINDER for four years and it has not cost him a cent for repairs BJ Clay says he has been running a DEERING BINDER for ten rears and it is doing good work yet Deering THE BEST Binder THEY ARE That is the Kind of Machine for the Farmers to Buy I And il you Want to get Through Without any Trouble go at Once and Get Ton an ALL STEEL In all styles prices and grades ever brought to this market cheaper than were ever known We recommend them to the trade Our line of Shoes in all Styles y REMEMBER that I will have a car load of these six loot DEERING MOWERS bought them to sell dont forget it I have just received a car load of the celebrated DEERING BINDER TWINE Â¬ TiMiit jriiiaueima and ikmauis 2 Ifaia ai iiso recognizing of the people lor a lv uic warns EStSTC Call and see me next door to the Post Office Mi A O II 1 3J E5 O I H and 250 LADIES SHOE We have added to this line which for style and durability has no equal We have the largest stock of I3 ZMI- - POPE Mens Boys Shoes SIMPLE SAW MILL Ihrse Look Ingcnlons and Ought to Work uccosafully The sketches and description from which our illustrations wero engravod como to us as havo many other ingeni Â¬ ous devices from tho antipodes They wer furnished by Mr James T Carver of Queensland Australia Fig 1 shows in horizontal section a method of cutting down a standing troo by the aid of spring poles An inch hole is borod in- Â¬ Ever brought to this city prices ranging from j to if 7 This - the best line Ton can get anywasre Ghra us a call before buying elsewhere and be convinced We also make special mention of our MENS 3 SHOES Childrens and Infant- - Shoe in great abundance and your interests will be guarded in buying them from us Our stock of LOWSHOES and SLIPPERS is the prettiest you ever saw If you arc not ready to buy call and examine and be satisfied this i5 the place An immense stock of WORK SHOES BROGANS and PLOW SHOES in fact we have made untiring efforts in every line of our Shoe Department and we think the climax has been capped FOR MEN ONLY Shakespeare But if these same men would do their trading at the Racket Bargain Store they would soon save enough money to buy a pair of new trowsers 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 W no L Our Eat Stock is Complete LOOK AT THESE PRICES Work Shirts from 25 cents up horizontal sectiox of thee to one side Frrd ltm -- Â¬ designed by Harry M Dore of California who writes to tbo American Agriculturist that he finds it very convenient and economical It consists of a shallow trough twelve inches long six wldo and four deep to one end o which ie attached a ciiuto eight inciiof high and four inches wide with an opening square at the top and tapering to a narrow outlet at the liottom A lid 1 attached to thd top by hinges or loop Â¬ The feed box depicted herewith fr najseaaa vl ycry scrviceablo and easily mado Drive nails in a wcod bench the dis- Â¬ tance apart you wish tho cords to bo Take tarred cord such cs pickets and lath arc tied with or broom or binding twlno may bo used In pieces long T Strongs Pralrio Wis writes to tho Orange Judd Farmer To protect fruit trees shrubs etc from sun scald rabbits mice sheep and other stock tho protector herewith bhown is D H Â¬ Tree Protectors of the treo directly opposite tho point whero tho saw cut is to begin Into this hoio is inserted the butt end of an elastic pole cut to the proper length To tho tip of tho spring polo is attached a hook cut from a forked branch This end is then bent around and the hook Inserted into the hole in tho saw near ono end This spring polo holds tho saw closo to the work and assists in hauling it as tbe sawyer grasping tho handle pushes it from him When tho treo is cut half off the hook is liberated from tho saw and tho spring pole and Eye our attractive goods Attractive prices Best English Needles two papers inai icu mcir own late 01 cneapness AtTwo Balls White Darning Cotton tractive bargains Wn linw VA l Consisting of Stetsons soft Summer 6tyles Knox stiff Hats recently received they Suspenders from are dandies See what style columns of New York papers say about them In Socks from addition to the above named goods which Handkerchiefs we havent space to mention only briefly you can get Laundred Unlaundred and Woolen Shirts Collars Cuffs Seeks Gallon Coffee Pot Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear in profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other Three papers of Tins articles too numerous to mention Four dozen best Hooks nil n Â¬ bound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all cents up cents up 2 for 5c np 18 cent 5 cents 5 cents 5 cents 5 cents 6 5 The Square Dealing House First Door Above Farmers Bank 4S- WALLACE Sccessoks 44- BOGUS Si - - to Wallace Rice Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY 3Sg Mfcaaw4BSr Â¬ I aSB9l Organized 1874 m i EABUVr atAMC TREK iBOTECTons wire or string This chuto is filled with grain or other food hich ej caies slowly at the bottom into the feod trough whery it is accessible to tho btrtta In the cagraviag the lower left hand corner is bufcll away to show tho whole insidoof tho trough Tbo lid is aieo represented as open to dis- Â¬ play tho insido of tho chute Tho structure is male of bolt laeh pine or other soft wood and can easily be made by any onowhucau handle a saw piano And hammer of A ncroH Fir Tuorn enough to po about twice around a treo whon double Put ono cord over each nail bring tbe two ends even and bepin to tie in lath or straw to protect trom frost or whatever you may use whon you have enough tied put it around the tree slip ono of tho ends of tho cord through the double onds draw it up tight and tie it It can not get off will not chafe and nothing oan got at tho trc to gnaw it It can be taken off when not needed and will lost for a long timo m Th Indications Strong Mr Kajones Laura how many times has that yourcr sneak Grigson been to soo you this week Miss K ijore3 Perhaps flvo or six times father Why Mr Kajones much excited First thing you know Laura hell be coming here regularl- y- Chicago Tribune no a itoDK or cuttihq fallen tree shifted to tho opposite side of tho tree where it assists in completing tho work Fig 2 shows a similar method of cutting the fallen tree to logs of any do slred lengths In this case two spring polos aro inserted into holes in tho upper side of tho treo as the distance from tho ground would not admit them on tho lower side American Agricu- Â¬ lturist Bad Blander De Gandy Did you give her tho poem you wrote about her Tubbs Yes and she has nover been at homo to me since De Gandy How was that Tubbs I made a mistake in the color of hor eyes Harpers Bazar A Assets S56 75040 J J AS E CANTRILL PresWeut V Z THOM cretary Dk S F OANO Med Director Dk C W HARDIN Uen Agt Calls attention lo its Level Premium Plan of Iuuraueead termif Policy Prompt and Reliable Paid up insurance given at th liberalof expec Â¬ eud tancy of life Uus proviilinjf disabilily clause iu old g except for fraui or non payment of premium travel or occupation Policiea nou forfeitable after iual Daviue iM 47 Hobbles like Ihe above to be bad at W C G0RSILEY COS Jessamine County Fair a Go 42 FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT LYMAN PAUBI8B W K CCKNLNUHAJL Nicholasville Ky Aug 13 14 Mid 15 Hew livery and Sals StaUe Â¬ 90 lentuckv asth lire iltiiticual Sixty Pounder With a Shoo on It Clinton Dont you do any thing for that importunate fellow If you giro him an inch hell toko an ell Chinooker You neednt worry Im more likely to jrivo him a foot than an inch Weat Shore THE FOLLOWING PURSES WILL BE COMPETED FOR iiml We have erected a new and commodious Livery aud Sale Stable corner of 3rd Mtd Irviue streets Richmond Ky aud ak tie public to give us a trial rv s oli and nveperi DAY arsart C I While Sylvester Shockoy tho only ion of a widow was celebrating tlie Fourth at Oil City 1a a sixty pound a exploded killing him instantly Iint Want It to old fellow 3 HORSES HITCHED OR FED He i PA H rv I ra what Tho waiter hed havo and he said rates li lo lies deaf The Jury r MdiiKS PARRISH k CLXNINu