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I Jt ft ngrfja fa rgg rdjSV e J JW J imr VOLUME ATTORNEYS c mlt J1 IV f RAILWAY a RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 16 1890 n eaTSuTlriiLEISSiSSSiee wars In prt rate pr ct Ice with success ami for over 111 C F 4 E T lUKXAM yl TTOlfSE YS A TLA W Richmond nfllce BUM - Humphreys nitMaMOMaOlBBmsus I mm- IiiI MANGLED AND BURNED Lake plodss at Chicago 1 m i I j 11 Â¬ ft First ession si M 125 Tvy NUMBER 5 4a i TT WRECKS HE IS DEAD - Kenticky Mr - thirty years used aaav la m imiiI So HS BuruamB Buildum j SDLUVAM TTORXR YA TLA XV Kentucky Richmond A tarorredaclng the system and areTnfLSa deed the eeverris a ranrwies oi ine orid Ubt or racictrai aoa ccmaa raicEs 1 worm Fever Worm OODC eras Tnntratlnn lanaaiiiialliia ryiaa Calic or TeeOrtaa of Intanu 3I KnMlfl SXIZIZ - Stupidity and Disobedienco of Or Â¬ ders Do the Work Five Killed In Arkansas and Five In Ala bania and Another fatally TT7- - Senator Smith a Lottery Advocate Ex- Â¬ pires With Ills Session The Louisiana Legislature adjourned A Thursday night No new action was THE COMMONWEALTH Thomas B BicCmxaT Ex United States Senator died at 1030 the other nigh - in tho seventy fourth year of his age He suffered a stroke of par- alysls in 1879 which was repeated on two or tr ree occasions and for three years past he has been perfectly help- Â¬ less Ills death was expected for sov- He leaves a large estate oral days Thiee daughters Mrs John W Math ews Mrs Cynthia Stuart and Mrs Ann Horr of Owensboro and one son Ilawes McCrcery of Washington surive him He was Owenloros most illustrious citizen FLFTY FIRST CONGRESS iTWDE MARK Steamers Boiler Er- - Bob niiucn rrnri Injured the lottery matter Thursday nor can any bo taken until the Supromo Court rules in tho matter The Lottery taken In Â¬ 4 Kiarrhea Office on First Street Mine a cuiisi by County Jndge Miller formerly oe 16- - lOWELL TTORNEYA T LA XV Kentucky Richmond A 11 3 Tootnacne Faceache si k Headsche Vertigo Dysaepsla Bilious stomach or Palatal Perleda saaareaaed rroruse y aiica too reriKis reap Coaah riiffltilt Brest g UL iearaigla Headaches eatery Ortplng Bilious Colic lent Colli ltronrhitU aforkaa vomiting orfaOMa or Actulla Jsecond Street DENTAL SURGERY R Coach Violent CoukIis tieaeral Ikrulllt Physical Wcakneat Kidney Disease 1 Nervaas Debility I riaary Weakness IV citing Bed Diseases oT tfaelleart Palpitation 1 e price Sold by Druggists or sent postpaid on receipt Da nnmrtrTS Msktal 1j paars Imnnd In cloth and ijolrl msllcd free Fever and A cueT uiarrh influcnsa Wkssplit tlons Chills Malaria Cold In the Head A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON Kentucky Rn iimond Omce tnitli Rtlldtiig Main Street U IU to tyju P U hoars 9 to I drTractlce limited to deutistry i SPEC FICS ALL RECORDS BROKEN With the change of time taking effect amphreysMcdicineroi 1iU nst N Y Office 3- - J 0 MORGAN D D1V KENTUCAT 3- RICHMOND Bank Office May i8 iS The Solid Vestibule Trains - Main Street over Madison National OF THE ELBY W BURGIX DENTIST Richmond - Big Four Route NORTH SOUTH - Kentucky Will be scheduled so as to provide the best fflce Over Palace Dry Goods Store on and quickest service ever offered Find Street formerly occupied by Dr Kea- between the io- ttl iU J W CREED D D S K1RKSVILLE KENTUCKT at Klnnell residence Everything done pertajtiliig to tlie profession ff Office EAST WEST The Southwestern Limits The finest train in America equipped with an Elegant 1 lining car Service runs daily between PHYSICIANS R Wednesday evening at Sibley Ark four miles west of Memphis the outgoing passenger train of tie IfaaapaJa tnd Little Rock railroad was crashed into by a freight train of the Kansas City railroad One coach was demolished a sleopor knocked off the track a whs wrecked and an engno ditched Four persons were killed all colored people Threo were men and one a woman Harriet Becchor living at Edmondson Ark A dozen othors were injured some of them so seriously that limy will probably die Sibley Ark is the crossing of the two roads and the accident was due to tho inability of the crew of the freight train to stop it in time Tho three dead negroes were left at the scene of tho wreck Tho wounded were taken to Memphis the woman Harriet Bocchr dying there The passenger train was fairly crowded and the escape of the passengers in the sleeper wus most miraculous Disregard of orders caused a collision between a freight and passenger train on the Louisville and Nashvillo railroad eight miles south of Birmingham Ali Wednesday morning Five people wero instantly killod and a sixth fatally in- Â¬ jured Tho killed are Engineer John Oroon and Ino Webb of B r rningbam colored fireman I Jim Armstcad and Bob Wilson and a white pumpman named 1arr Ben Swopc colored an extra fireman wis fatally injured None of the passengers were soriously injured Tho passenger train had orders to take the siding it Clear Creek Station for tho ext a freight The order was not obeyed and a mile beyond tho station the trains came together in a deep cut Both ei gines wore broken to pic big-gagc-Â¬ bill was passed by both Houses and Sn ato by exactly two thirds majority then votocd by tho Governor Tho House passed it a second time over tho Gov- Â¬ ernors veto The Sonate triod to do so but lacked ono voto in consequence of tho severe illness of Senator Smith At the last moment it decided that tho Governors veto was of no effect as ho could not veto a constitutional amendment This is tho case it goes to the court and the docision of the Supremo Court of the question will decide whether or not the extension of Â¬ Killing Almost a Score of Men and Wounding Others Fire Follows lu the Wreck tho lottery charter shall be to the popular voto If tho judicial de- Â¬ cision is adverse it will bo fatal to tho lottery if it is favorable tbo company will yet to havo submit its claims to a popular election in 1892 Opinion in New Orleans is much divided on the right of tho Gov- Â¬ ernor to veto The Senate tried hard to correct the apparent defect in the bill Wednesday by meeting in the sick room of Senator Fisher Smith tho absent Senator and overriding the veto but ho was too sick a man for this and died Thursday afternoon from inflammation of the bowels malting the third member of the Legislature who has died sinco its session began mbmitted ORIENTAL HORRORS Chinese Thrust Into Collins Despite Their btrugfrles ami liurid A live -- Terrible JM POYNTZ RACED WITH A STORM Passenger Train Pursued by a Funnel Shaped Monster Death and Devasta Â¬ tion In Minnesota A cyclone swept over a portion of Minnesota and Wisconsin Sunday afternoon It first touched the earth on the farm of James J Hill president of the Great Northern railway wrecking seversl buildings and killing three laborers and many head of blooJod Stock At Yacl nors Station on the St Paul and Dn luth road six miles from St Paul cloven persons arc reported klllet At Kohlmans at the foot cf Kohlman lake eight miles nortt a hotel was blown down and fivo guests killed The stern passed into Wisconsin in the region of St Croix Falls Wires are down in every direction and it is extremely difficult to get All the physi- Â¬ definite information cians and reporters in St Paul havo gone to the scene of tho great storrc One of tho most thrilling events of th groat disaster was the race with tha storm king of the reeular aftei- noon passenger train on tho St As Paul and Dulutii road tin train drew into Vadnors Station i groat storm was seen raging about two miles northwest A tremendous cone shaped cloud was swishing along at i terrific pace and looked like a water spout The conductor seizing tho ap proaching storm ordered tho train to move on immediately The engineer threw open the throttle and the cars sped away The DaaaaagWl ran to tho win dows ard some of them to tho platforms but the train dmb shoved them back into tin- cars ordered them to shut down the windows and l ep their seats The train soon attained an awful speed a least a mile and a half a minute and tho cars seemed to tal- great leaps through tho air and rocked back anl forth like a ship in an aBgr sea Tho cyclone struck the station rnd smashed it into splinters in less than a minute after the train passed and the run to St Paul six miles was made in less than four Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond Store Oinre -- Kecond Street next to Whites Drag 5- St Louis Cincinnati AND - New York VIA THE Boston Ceatnl RB W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond Office Gitu 4 Tiuk IT Second Street Jll TJ TAYLOR and Snraery Practitioner Medicine In Richmond Ma Office Kentucky 3- Landing passengers at Grand Central Sta- Â¬ tion in the heart of New York City from which point street cars and elevated railroads can be taken to any part of the City No change of cars to Boston The South western Limited makes direct connection in Union Depots with through trains from all western and southern cities t Second Street over Dykes Grocery - Absolutely no Ferry Transfer The most complete Vestibuled Trains on the American Continent run daily between 1R JOHN M FOSTER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond office Main tstrett next door to Luiodr residence at cor Main and Tales 3- Creek Avenue CINCINNATI TICKETS -- via the- Ask for CHICAGO upstairs BIG FOUR ROUTE D B D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON White Hall - - - Kentucky M offers his professional lic services to the pubbÂ¬ r T SEXSM1TI1 Oscar 5- 1- G Mirray Genl Passenger Agent Traffic Manager MARTIN OHIO CINCINNATI - MADISON JR LETCHER PH TStCIA N AND SURGEON M - s Monumenta I WnPH Ml I RICHMOND KY - Richmond Office 1 KrxTUKV 28- IM SmiUi Handing Main Street W BRKiHT M D PHYSICIAN AND SURG EON Kentucky Richmond Office In Smiili Itiuliliiix on Mala Street Special nttt ntioii iiirii to microscopical and af Uasauus and fluids chemical 3- of Um human body rrmllai M 1MB minutes R CS ROLTON - LAKE DISASTER Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Smer VYith r Two Hundred Kxcursion Ists Cajisi7es Richmond Office Kentucky over D Ilnuiits Hoars p in Special attention 9 to ud all diffl- Eiven to d l seas--Imi iritis treated at a disÂ¬ cott ohr tc restance and nirtucipHlliic mcdlclnos sent to 4 any add r cm JR JENNINGS - 4 - CilBSON Every -- - Character from Phyaiciana and Surgeons Richmond office Mam street aiioe store Kentucky and grade of Monumental Work the smallest stone to the most over Wallace t Rices - J E AULTZ PH YSICIA N A ND S URGE ON Kentucky Richmond Office 220 coia Imported moii1i STATUARY OR MOST ELABORATE W Cntenanlt Buildint Msin SI reet Burnam A 18- up stairs Our JjR J 26- M BLACK prices compete with city houses Designs furnished on application PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Native Marble - Rkd House Ky and GRANITE always on hind and sec me ffJiiAS IRXrEER E TURIN A RY S URGE ON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specially 46- - - A D FLORA Proprietor J A G WILLIAMSON CITY ENG1NKEK M MCI Next door to Climax office lingbam building ilichmoud Ky Oil Civil Engineer and Surveyor ArclxitootB 46 Wiggins Block Cincinnati CRAPSEY BROWN O Hurveys made fur Railways Turn pikes Roadways Estimates aiveei a farm tlraiuige Town Lola laid oft GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Â¬ The steam--Sea Wing containing over 200 excursionists was struck by the storm in Lake Pepin Minn and capsized A huge wave struck tho craft on the side at the moment that a terrific blast of wind more horribly forcible than the others came up carried the boat over all of the people on board 150 or more being thrown into the water some being caught underneath others thrown into the waves tho boat turned bottom upward and only about twenty five people were observed to be floating on the sur face These caught hold of the boat and climbed upon the upturned bottom lirst securing a position assisting the others In ten minutes more tho twenty five or so who had obtained mo mentary safety on the boat could ob servo no others of the boat crow or passengers floating on the surface of the continuing high sea of waves afterwards however as a flash of lightning lighted up tho surfaco of tho lake the sight of an occa- Â¬ sional white dress of a drowning woman or child was observable but it was impossible for those who witnessed tho horrible sight to lend any aid A full list of the 150 passengers which are pretty certain to have been drowned is not obtainable at this writing A large majority of them were women and children those saved being nearly all strong men who were able to swim or cling to the boat after it was capsized At 130 Monday morning fifty nino bodies had licen recovered and laid out Tbo estimates arc that not less than 100 perished Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Famine In Japrui Fire Calamity Papers received at San Francisco by steamer say incredible crueltios havo been on practiced Chinese soldiers in Formosa men Tho re- Â¬ were mainly opium smokers cruited from the dregs of the big cities After tho war ended most of the sol- Â¬ diers ware given passage back to For- Â¬ mosa but were not supplied with food and the result was starvation and disease Many of the sick were crowded into coffins and burA European ied alive witnessed ono case whore victim tho struggled to prevent the coffin lid boing nailed down A great fire at Kirin de stroyed one fifth of the city and a 2 caused loss of between 000000 and 53000000 It spread along the river burning large timber rafts on which wero hundreds of pooplo Ton were lost In Tokio tbero is great suffering for lack of food ThouFRIGHTFUL DISASTER sands aro living on bran mash others live on garbage In tho interior tho sit uation is worse and European mlssion Hundreds Thrown Into u Klverand Several Drowned declare that many will perish unai A terriblo accident occurred in Dartless aid is furnished mouth N S by which a number of peo ple were drowned but the exact num SHOT HIS FATHER ber of victims its not yet known Tbo Alternative of a Young Theological Stn disaster happened by reason of a chain rtcnt noth Iarents Mortally Wounded attached to a ferry of At Chicago Wm Rittumel a German place and allowing boat slipping out the front of tho carpenter shot his wife through tho bridge to sink and precipitate a head His son 30 years old and just crowd of 000 or TOO men women and completing an eight year course of study children into the water The pcoplo for the Lutheran Evangelical Ministry were crowded there new heard the shot and entering the room ferry steamer Annex waiting for thefrom just arrived encountered his father who held tho New York to dock When the steamer weapon still in hand A terri- Â¬ got within two feet of tho landing a ble struggle ensued and tho son number of persons jumped on board was finally forced to shoot his father in and at that moment the accident oc- Â¬ order to rescue his mother The bloody curred Tho outer end of the bridgo double tragedy was enacted in the kitch- Â¬ went down suddenly and the horror of the family residence en Young Rit stricken crowd slipped off into tamcl was arrested Both husband and the as harbor though wife are so dangerously wounded that were descending a slide piling on they top little hope is entertained for the recov- Â¬ of each other shrieking for help and of either ery The elder Rittamol has scrambling for means of safety For been slightly demented at times for a some minutes there was a confused mass year past and was undoubtedly insane of men and women and children strug- Â¬ at the time of the shooting gling in tho water but the accl dent had hardly happened beforo A Wli Posoaer a dozen brave youths and men The coroners jury at Clarksvllle Tenn found that the death of Mrs leaped to tho rescue without wait- Â¬ ing to throw aside their clothes Geo W Avant who lied undor mysteri ous circumstances a toff days ago was Tho drowning people were rapidly due to poison administered by her hus psanod up to the men standing aliove on the wharves and the rapidity with band G W Avast He is in jaiL which the rescuers performed their work resulted in a great majority of Applications Tor Pensions The applications for pensions under those who fell in being saved Owing the new Pension law are being received to tho confusion it is impossible to tell iaily at tho Pension Ofiicc Tho vol- Â¬ who arc missing but the number can ume is increasing from day to day It not be large Divers are searching un-Â¬ is estimated that about 30000 applica- Â¬ der the water for further victims Four dead bodies so far have leen recovered tions havo alreaJv been received Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ At Chicago a frightful explosion oc- Â¬ curred Friday night on the steam Â¬ er one of the Tioga largest jteamers on the great lakes people wore aboard tho steamer at the time When the work jf rescuing survivors which commenced almost instantly was woll under way only two persons could be found who es Â¬ caped unhurt To make matters worse firo broke out on tho wrecked vessel fiamo and huge volumes of and smoke impeded the search- crs for the dead and dying Tho bursting of tho steamers boilers was the causo of the catastrophe It was In the Chicago rivor at tho foot of Washington street that the explosion oc- Â¬ curred This locality is in tho heart of the business section of Chicago and tho terrific shock of tho explosion brought people running in terror oit of tho tall buildings blocks away Most of tho victims were Chicago stevodoros who were unloading the vessel Only tbreo of the Tiogas crow wero reporttl on tho list The firo proved a stubborn ono and made it impossible at the time to verify the report that the boilers had A statement was current exploded that the explosion was due to another cause the accidental lightingof a largo quantity of combustibles in the narrow confines of the Tiogas deep hold In tho hold near the steamers stern was where tho fire held sway Through tho bursts of fin could bo seen a great jag cleft in the Tiogas decks and cabin and aloft on the tall smokestacks dan Â¬ gled a hue framework of timber fan- Â¬ tastically swaying backward and for- Â¬ ward telling of the terrific force of tho explosion which sent It thero from thirty feet below Thero wa3 much on congratulation an excursion t amor eloso by on tho fact that tho Tioga was purely a freight carrier and that no passengers what- Â¬ ever wero aboard Up to 1030 p m nine dead bodies had been taken from the wreck and five or moro wounded had been conveyed to hospitals Tho victims were now more accessible tho fire having been extinguished by tho in rushing of the river when tho Tiogas stern finally settled to the muddy bot Â¬ tom of the river Tliir-ty-eight Â¬ took fire the other evening from a hot box and was burned with 150 bushels of wheat for David Dodge AnnVM S FlEMlNi Fifth Kentucky District has been appointed a cadet to tho U S Military Ai ademy at West Near Paris W II Clays thresher Point Mi HuiiKK Van of a original San Francisco Cans Six Hundred At San Francisco Thomas Fitzpat rick a census enumerator has been ar- Â¬ Discrepancies were found in rested his returns to the extent of over six hundred names as shown by Scow a d lei Tho Signal Station thermometer on Mt Washington indicated Thursday morning twenty five degrees above zero and the top of Mount Washington is white with snow and frost Cnsap Bser A fight has begun In Chicago between the brewers of tho English syndicate and those w ho refused to go into the THE WALLS CRUMBLED Wrecking a Grain Warehouse and Ilnry Ing Three Men in tho Ruins The Pro- Â¬ prietor Supposed to Bo Fatally llirt At Vlncenncs lnd tho two story grain warehouse of Thomas Borrowman collapsed burying the proprietor and two laborers Goorge Miles and Wm Hunter beneath tho ruins Miles escaped by own his efforts Hunter was released frightfully bruised and crushed about the head and logs by the axes of the firomen Great timbers pinioned the proprietor to the floor but after an hour of toil the timbers were raised from him by jack scrows and he was taken out It Is feared he was fatally crushed about tho hips Tho building was new and the mortar was green Thero were about fivo thousand bushels of new wheat on the floors at tho time of the collapse Tbo building was designed to hold fifty thousand bushels Pythian Grand Officers Knights of Pythias in session at Mil- Â¬ Wis waukee as elected officers follows Supromo Chancellor G B Shaw of Eau Claro Wis Supreme Vico Chancellor W W Blackwell Hender Â¬ son Ky Supreme Frelate E T Black mer San Diego Cal Supremo Master Exchequer S J Willey Wilmington Del Supremo Keeper Rocords and Seal R a G White Nashville Tenn SuC H Morrison premo Mastor-at-AnNevada Supremo Secretary Endowment Fund W B Kennedy Cincinnati Su- Â¬ preme Inner Guard D D C Barkwell Cheyenne Wyo Supremo Outer Guard John H Thompson Washington D C Â¬ combination Beer has boen cut to 8350 a barrel from SG First for ths Lone Star State The first bale of Texas cotton crop of 1890 arrived at Galveston on the 10 Hi from Duval Classed as gooa middling and good staple weighed 030 pound Sold for J100 To Colonize Chinese Lines retraced Special attention given Hcctfully to lopogrnpbieal maps ami plats of Ono refer to liiklinj Correspondfarms and other land Mi erected in Kieliruoiid Mayeville Su rling Winchester and Owmgxville ence solicited with parties interested in surveys of lands in mountain coun- Â¬ 65 ties of Kentucky BfciS Oflice City Hall Richmond Kv JESSE COBB 9- - Tg LattnaaaH intm I wf hi IBM s m One ofth BIHTTel enwaie I late worlan eMli OKI 1 Oar fa- - ilitie s are MM tO aatfMtflSr nl Wr mi rr ndFRItl cl loratity rMM in iy t lowran mk- - ur- - M mmm A- klf MM This Fine Sad Mason of Mc ion will make the ir Ground d Ky at IkM AYE UfaBBpn ftnn nr of salt rmi t ts teis- rs i rcSaiisa sass TasaiPitalas gal fiTX ai ntH tit la wni Js - - m asBKBaaBaaaB0asv- - Tcf StTOIIIOECOLT addle horse dam bv i e he of dam of Georeette J ui oatrn tw taatalaess aaaajaaaa TflMi atts t- to w as-- Bnr n ruanxsD r sSAias - ioo rolor pon j4 4 hands hi and is a mt Diamond b m Lmcv by Young by Cannon Whip mMmWtrmm9 antaaanaa tab4Oai S a hn and I lioVi and loassili raiu tlny JTrsrh aihprMr Wanoted ueivv SusCmsx cssw jBoth i1i tad ral f few wuru sat caio or Out rrauox ks can stcar oar waaSL lrrfici All ca dents o taken to nrevent acci 10t be reaponsi- ald any occur Lien reserved on I for the CUABLE8 E COLYEB ft SUM j A A wealthy Chinaman of San Francisco has purchased fifteen million acres of land on tho Isthmus of Tohuantopcc which he proposes to colonize from Chi- Â¬ na Tastefully Dressed for Death Mrs linger wife of ox Senator A R Unger residing at Cngers store six Â¬ teen miles south of Berkeley Springs W Va killed herself Wednesday night In the afternoon she superintended tho Ioum hold work as usual and sent tho General Fremont Dead farm lalnircrs thoir dinner She then Major General John C Fremont Tho Pathfinder and one of tho most con- Â¬ retires to her room attired in evening spicuous figures in the political and mil- Â¬ ircss and after pinning a rose on her hi cast shot hcrsclf through tho head itary history cf the country for more a quarter of a century died Sunday than Death of General Flak afternoon at his homo in Now York Decent Clinton B iisk died at his City He was seventy seven years of 1T5 West Fifty eighth ce N age and was only recently placed on the street New York at 10o a m on tho retired list The veteran breathed his 9th in the sixty second year of his age last calmly and though he had been a The burial will lc at his old homeCold 6evere sufferer for two or throe days watci Mich on Saturday the 12th inst yet he met his end calmly and bravely Th Lottery Bill Passed by the Senata full of confidence and hope He was un- Â¬ The Louisiana Senate has passed the conscious toward the last Lottery ill over the Governors veto and the whole matter is now disposed The Great Explorer Marries Henry Morton Stanley and Dorothy af Tho bill was left to the Judiciary Tennant wore mariiJ at Westminster Committee and tho voto was eight to Abbey London Saturday in the pres Â¬ Hi nan ence of a company representative of all Baltimores Population The result of the official rough count that move distinguished in London so- Â¬ ciety It is not often that Westminster af the population of Baltimore by tho Census office at Washington shows a to Abbey has been more densely thronged and not often have the approaches to it Ul of 4C3CTJ people In 1S80 Baltibeen so densely packed as was the caso mores population was 332313 on this occasion Michigans Wheat Crop Short Indiana Storms The Bureau of Farm Statistics esti- Â¬ A wlnd Etorm one of the most severe mates that Michigans wheat crop will of the season swept over Central and This is an avcr ri040 bushels Western Indiana Wednesday afternoon ige of 13 13 bushels per acre or over Tho wind was very strong at Indian Â¬ 1000000 bushels less than last years apolis and considerable damage was rop a Jono to proporty and crops Reports Fatal Quarrel Over a Chew of Tobacco are in of extensive damage between InAt siienanaoan fa Hicham uasghan dianapolis and Torre Dante and north hot and fatally wounded John Judgo o tho latter place Tho We- n a quarrel over a chew of tobacco Company suffered severely 1 Â¬ -Â¬ Treasurer Archer Takes it Bard director of the Maryland penitentiary says that ex State Treasurer Archer is not only a very sick man but that his mind is becoming affected and that ho will be insane or perhaps dead inside of three months Ex A Â¬ Cabin ago Til following fourth clas postmas- Â¬ ters were appointed recently in Ken- Â¬ tucky Brewers Mills Marshall County T E Brewer Frenchburg Manlfeo County C D Swim Fry Green County A Magoffln J Bridgewater Gypsy C County Loslio Hvden Salver County E W Morgan Kentontown Robertson County M D Ellis Monroe Hart County Mrs R T Young Ogden Ballard County S T Payne Proctor Lee County J N Smith Tompkinsvillc Monroe County T Nelson Utica Davi Â¬ ess County F Flvnn Venters Pike County G AY Venters Whitby Boyd County F L Sletu White Mills Hardin County R J Hatfield Mr M urAiiv introduced in the Houso a bill appropriating 75000 for a public building at Lawrenceburg Tiik Kentucky Chautauqua Assembly closed its eleven day session at Lexing- Â¬ ton on the 11th The session has been very profitable Tiik Excelsior and Sharp distilleries at Lair Station tbo property of James K and tho late Thomas J Megibben were sold the otherday to Hayes Penn Hubbell of Cincinnati for 45000 Tiik Commissioners of the Sinking Fund met at Frankfort the other after- Â¬ noon and out of eight petitions grant- Â¬ ed tho parole of W U Twyuian a col Â¬ ored prisoner in the penitentiary sent from Woodford County December 1883 for twenty ono years for manslaughter He had a strong petition among tho names on arhicB was that of tho father of tho colored hoy whom he killed This makes niney two prisoners in all that havo beea pawatod since October 1SSS the dato tho parolo law went into operation It speaks well for the whole- Â¬ some effect of the law to know that but one prisonei has been returned whilo under parole A siioiitaok of nearly eleven thous- Â¬ and dollars has boon discovored in tho accounts of the ex Sheriff of Christian County Mkssks Boyd asp Knows of Christian County charged with being short in their accounts have re- Â¬ funded 1300 and y820 respectively Tm next meeting of the Grand Lodge af the Benevolent and Protective Order of Llks will bo hold in Louisville on tho third Tuesday in May 1S91 A favoiiaiiik report was made to tho House on Representative Stones bill to pay to Anthony Koons of Crittenden County 150 for ahorse taken from him luring tho war by Union soldiers Fiankfokt has fallen into lino and on the 10th adopted standard time C Castii is tho new postmaster at Back Bone Elliot County vie L A Clarke resigned N VTATKIsa will handle the mails at Horntown Grayson County instead of J N Durbin resigned J aTotnra baa been appointed ataa postmaster at Monroe Hart County vice L U Young deceased Sol n cm- Pullett County has a new postmaster in the person of J Lloyd vice F Stuart resigned Hiaawna Cdvntv Democrats nomi- Â¬ nated Dr W H Martin for delegate to the Constitutonal Convention Tiik published rumor that the camp meeting grounds at High Bridge had been sold for f000 to a ayndicato which would eroet a hotel and establish a summer resort is now denied As unknown negro jumped Into the river at Frankfort and was drowned Tiik Commissioner of Pensions has appointed Dr CC Brown a Pension Examining Surguon at Scottsville Tin Hopklnsville New Era has been hunting up the cases of marriage in Christian County in which the marriage certificate never has been prop erly and returned recorded It published a list of Ml mar- Â¬ riages dating from 18TS to lSH in Chris- Â¬ tian County of which thero has been no official record A similar state of affairs will bo found to exist in many counties in tho State Si ator Call of Florida is a Ken tnckian by birth He is six foet tall nd weighs about 200 pounds Mary Saxuford twelve years of ago tried to drown herself in Beargrass Creek near Frankfort avenue Louisville because she stated her mother had whipped her and locked her in a room It was when she was going down a second time that hor cries attracted the attention of a laborer John Gillman who was crossing tho bridge near by He rushed to tho rescue and drew hor from the water At Lexingtcn Frank Nelson colorod aged twenty sat down on the Cincinnati Southern railroad track the other morn- Â¬ ing in a drunken stupor and was run over a few nates later by a switch engine cutting off both legs above the knees The mangled remains of Nelson wore taken to St Joseph Hospital where ho died It Is reported that the Court honse at Harlan was tired by the warring factions of that County the other night and all the County records were destroyed The DaHsaOcrata of Floyd Knott and Letcher Counties have chosen F A Hop Is ins us their candidate for delegate to too Constitutional Convention Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ saxt said to be tho character in Undo Toms died at Dayton a few nights July 7 Sesatk The conWAsnrmrro ERADICATES BLOOD POI ferees on the part o the two Ilonses this af SO4 AN BLOOD TAINT ternoon reached an agreement on the points ot difference on the silrer tnli The conference Cen- Shortest and Quicke t Rou report on the consular and diplomatic approtral Kentucky priation bill was presenedand agreed to Mr Swifts Specific SS S rSVEt bottles of my system of contagious East West and Soutl Morri moved that the Senate proceed to tho entirely ckraasfsi blood poison worst type consideration of the tariff bllL lie said that FAST LINE BETWEEN Wm a Looms Shreveport La after the tariff bra svas taken np it could be laid aside informally until the two shipping bills were disposed of After debate the rote was taken on Mr Morrills motion CJPZS SCROFULA EVEN and the result whs yeas IS nays 21 noquorum IN T3 WORST FORMS Srhennlr in fcVrt Nay I lib IVjo voting Then there was a call of the roll to responded The vote which forty nine Senators No J No 4 was again taken and the Senate refused to I T hah s SOLTH BOlMi Kx Sun Dally and cleansed my The take up the tariff hill y a 20 awveS iking seven Federal eectioa bill came over and was laid tS n t had any svmp- on the table After a brief executive session ton 13 since S partanburg S C the Senate at 140 p m ndjourne l I he Speaker had but HOUSE ordered Jut li r the reading of ihc journal when Rogers of ArArr kansas aro e aid made the point of no quorum HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF A it beng pres it All the counting the Speaker CASES OF SKIN CANCER ninety-was able to do could not mcke more than lve puri Arr v one Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed members In sight out of the S30 that Arr R tree Swin- siumc Cov Atlanta Qa ought o have beea there The roll was called Arr while thr Serceant-at-armwent In search ot absentees and the outer doors of the House Lve Kiehmoiii were locked to kenp those inside on hand until Arr Ii a snflletent number could be frund to make up AjjLivinir a quorum Finally 17 members were corralled and the Journal of Saturday was read A joint s No resolution was c ffered for the recall of a NORTH BOCNO KxsunEx- certain land bill sent to the President but finally withdrawn the Democrats refusing to i -Lve Livingston vote Senate bill to forfeit ceram land grants aa I Ye T f was considered until p m when the House OUIt yvfVs -xvwArc adjourned Wasiiisotoh July SSurtATE The confer Lve I ence report on the sliver bill was taken up an Arr Ki lim Mr Vest stated tho reasons why he should vote iMwTCm anjwsnnjnjjwjnati Lve Kielnnoml aaaanV a f against the report Mr Sherman defended Arr W met pj The bill and explained the conference report Arr I was discussed until 3 pm when eulogies on the Lve late a S Cox ot New York were delivered Lve Pa rls Ilorsa After prayer by the Chaplain Mr Rogers Ark made the point of order that there was no quorum present The Speaker was able to count but 112 members and on motion of Mr McKmley Onaeall of the House MAI was ordered The call having disclosed the presence or l members more than a quorum the journal of yesterdays proceedings was read NuKTH liiiLND The bill for the admission of Wyoming was Ex passed The bill to prevent collisions at iea JEWELER A rule was considered and passed 15 to 15 urinnait Lve i oviiinton to give the Judiciary Committee four days was Lei Pendcrowded out by the land forfeiture bill Paris ing action on a conference report on a private Arr M DEALER IN bill the Honse adjourned WASniwcTOt July a Slit AT- E- The presid ing officer Mr Inallsl announced bis signaWatelies Clocks Jewelry Silver and ture to the bill fer the admission of Wyoming as a State and the bill went to the President BOOTH BOsTaflX Plated ware etc Special for bis signature On motion of Mr Blair the Senate proceeded to executive business The Lvi Mi s ite doors were reopened at one oclock and the attention given to JohllMfefl sundry civil appropriation bill win reported IarliN and Mr Allison stated that he wonld ask for its consideration to morrow The eons deration Arr Lexington of the conference report on the silver bill was resumed and Mr Cockrell continued his argutliieiiiniment against the report The blU was discussed until adjournment It was agreed to take a 11 uiitl 14 Kun Snntlaj N I make vote to morrow all ai Mr Farquhar N Yi called up the AND OTHER PKECIOUS STONFS Horsa No Uuns dully from Lexln conference report on the bill appropriating1 000 cinnali for the relief of Albert B Emery and demand N ed the previous question thereon The previous Pai is 101 i question was ordered yeas 109 nays ST and N the report was agreed to Mr Hist iIU1 from rulnioiitli 7ii p the Committee on Foreign Affairs reported Promptly done ami in a workmanlike back a resolution teqie tmg the President to Cm 1111 al TV a furnish the House with correspondence he maimer s and a will tween the Government of the United States and Great Britain touching the subjects in dts July 1st puts in Benrlngs Sea since March 4 lxft Con TItAIN NOTKS X Ilea ferencc report on consular appropriation sill Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Irf XlllXllil MIL was considered and passed Dilatory motions between t ln ni J an n in were made nnttl adjournment Dont forget the place next tloor ler for Hiir WASBiitGTOs July W Senate The Sen S to the PoHt ofiice Kicliuoutl Ky ate resumed consideration of the conference rerive at an ahwmi port on the silver bill and was addressed by n- Messrs Morgan Cad Dolph Teller and Mitchell After the debate the rote was taken and the conference report was agreed to yeas 83 tor full call 011 any nays Sft The following pairs were announced agent of the Louip si Chandler and Brown Hearst and Stanford W L MfNSfN Trai Pamt Hale and Gray Morrill and Morgan Paddock and Eustls Teller and Berry Wilson Iowa s BM and Wilson Mdi Adjourned 11 k mN CHICKEN House Dilatory motions and roll calls prev K ceded the reading of the Journal and political General uiliees ItHiiil oniiuerce iuill- speeches followed on Its amendment The conln sular reports on the diplomatic and consular ana me agricultural appropriation mils were that we asrvaopa iaHi ways 01 adopted The land forfeiture bill was consid enin iii in Lexiniii Mr WlllamsiO ered until adjournment Introduced the following resolution Resolved That the President of tbo Senate and the fnaaaa are n a fnHMU w i warranted and rrrry tHalr VAU Speaker of the Honse of Representatives bi a hit r inn mm pri r ittB4u on miimhu authorized to rlo ie the present session of tin Fifty tlrt Congrfs by adj uriiinf their re spective houses on tiie tlst day of July lv at The resolinoa was the hour of i oclock p m referred to the Committee on Rules JnlII Senate Mr Teller Wasiiixton Introduced a resolutiins favoring an International ll mctaic confer- - ce The hipping bills were dUcnsed nntil adjournment Horsa Diliiory mot ons continued most of A prv ite llll was passed and the the daconference on the i ret hlli w s taken up It eed to take a vole to morrow after four hours debate At - i m a rrc s was taken nntll 8 p m the mgrt aeaatoe heing for private pension bills Wssii nTie July 12 Peiatk A remonof dollars worth of strance of the hoard of trade of Jackson Tenn chickens die every year from Cholagainst the fUeial election hill was pre ented to the S nate by Mr Harris The shipping era It is more fatal to chickens tian bills were debated till near Use close of the ses all other diseases combined But the sion and anaaasL On m itlon of Mr Morrill tho tariff bill was taUen up and made the un discovery of a remedy that fnttmrfy tlnlshed business After an executive session cures it has been made and to be con1 I IA the Senate adjourned sa lam anaF Va Vaf an Va ansae vinced of its efficacy only requires a Me Mr niawtfijl presented a Ilorsr FOR trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for meuior ai of the Stale Conference of Congrega tional Churches of MVne for th pa s ige of the GENTLEMEN It is guar one hundred chickens original package bll Hi ferrd Mr ConLaired YVatrrwrMf lrmls anteed If after using two thirds of Flae Calflnandand wearing qaalitlea of th nan up the conference report ger Ia1 then called e The on the silver bllL The iitl was debated by sni-i a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly men I te netter una 11 uuin ot tne SSaSnaaaB tant Me rs Conger WUMums 111 Mefuteheon satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken asad Mich Herman iOre Murriw Cal Can atyaaSrSrea Snaoe wblrb d aa easnnwaaartf riniisiiali 8hoa Cholera return it to the undersigned K lion ild I Allen Miss i Peel Ark A awe ratf and others HaudxMwed aS and awraatttty The conference report i- - ajrroed to by a strict and your monev will be refunded Is so lioolvenr Writ prx the party vote 123 to 90 The nil now goes to the uw nl a popular w EMM BLUE GRASS ROUTE jpu Rl Cincinnati f Â¬ Lexington NI 1 1 I s AD lit II - 7 rsLar-llCX-4BRv I W1TCIHAKEB FETTINQ DIAMONDS -- REPAIRING 111 - h- 111 I I I AUTEH Cholera Cure n s r iK t t tiun tou Â¬ - -- - mpt -- Â¬ Thousands Â¬ Tr IT 3 SHOE -- iAC -- i k President STOCKTON BROOKS 5 4 to MM News Items loli emaoj aoBO sar rauroaai asen a k- All made In Coaarnaa Boston larmera ere and Lace E L Haupik has renewed his agita- Â¬ tion for a pardon Tin latest in the way of a trust is a nitro glycerine combine Tin Society of tho Army of tho Po- Â¬ tomac held Its reunion at Portland Mo DR RICE For A Tiikre is a boom for General Miles for the Presidency started It Is said by army officer- CniKF EXIIM KK MtaMCaUa of the Nicaragua Canal says the work will be completed in fivo or seven years It is said Peru Brazil and Argentine Republic have formed a triple alliance against the aggression of Chili Foil the first time when Congress was not in sitting the Stars and Stripes floated over the National Capitol on the 4th Signor CoitTi has been appointed Ital- Â¬ ian Consul at New Orleans St Louis Citizen Census Committee have determined U demand a recount of the city population and will send rep lesCTitatives to Washington to lay the matter before the Ccraaaai Bureau The Halifax Bermuda Cable is fin- Â¬ ished Dn Charivs Bmiiow of Ponghkecp Y has farted for forty fivo days and has reduced hs weight from 240 to iOt pounds Two British torpedoboats have arrives at Halifax the first vessels of the kind ever on that ata tinea Â¬ Cores nil forms of PRIVATE id aULUAX atsCHRONIC MMMmfmm Spermatorrhea and Impotency naantnaaaltaf nlf lain aa Mia mat sacrvta is laiw feamnaraanar csaaea feat aiaSwiafe saaatsf tfc taV i saIlT 4 rcuaftr Mwal hU an racMM will naaaat pn ill a r TrteYillSjKi anTskeina 15 years at 37 Court Place now at hare been sana famrably inled da fit ustrcstaeeil and the recent hnnimiiiinte make than nsjasrtor to any shoes sold ai these prteea Ask jour Dealer awi If W raaaa anpnly van sanat direct to factory rneaaanc ndiiitla1 arien or a postal for order blanks DOl ULAS Brackma Maen 3 2 SHOES utf Hs sad Unt Sold by Jack Freernan lawnaaaaaataaiiiaasaii BnanHani Iisi laaaM anun alanaWniiiil Miami at 4tnt BaSaMKa airs raya nirar raillll aa rata innafe mSartetr atiaaml s Basaal rower Ac Ciatnlm af Maaa Laaa lnioaHlr DOOUi ruaalasar prtTmU nHar It uana araaal HaWpNy to s ally aaaatraa SSS djtakaJy jw rja fraai Kill to Bhrnll f annnt Tlmawewytetmumt ky or fMlUlUUoMS mw nfUiii can Wit nNaWM OT nimn wtnwrainjJJWM Wnnnm w4 UWttf taaetaaMla iac kin iicm ft a i JSSVS tmtwt- - iwNnHali Met v irTO Summer Tours Four Trips per Oneoda nniirtitkrii efmirialW tftargtat rcataajaaMl Of -J00 PM pNrtwU Hal maml SlMsftlr CnrM Gm LrjfttjMd in all Caim rIHCMT M ajaa MTvfcttw n to MACKINAC Palace Steamcrs DETROIT a - a lavi M - rtes aii KLT PRIVATEa COUNSELOR to tmm hr rartl br ail M dt Mr MaiSf ava OSn ftaran A to i t M SctiXit lar M aa tlnrfy a Low Ra cs Wsk Tiiil wswi MACKINAC ISLAND va 4 P M Oar tVsad aaKS Port liroa Oakland Hum Uarua city Every Week Day DETROIT AND CLEVELAND b- III BnoTai 1 apaaaal Sunday Trips during Jul and Awiuji hy yosir Tsaket Aawos adoron A E R WHITCOViB Sews P I nTj Our Illustrated Pamphlets JKataaazid Bzc irmica T kot sll Detroit CfTlaii Stanabtffti3 DCTaoiT MrOa Ce C T WELL8 F B UARR Welcome Bain is Kansas Oh Clara a Dispatches from various points in Kansas where the corn has been suffer- Â¬ ing by drought state that copious rain fell on tho lllh greatly benefiting tho growing crop and improving its general condition Arrested for Bobbing the Kails Ben Wright a colorod letter carrier was arrested and jailed at Memphis Tenn for robbing Jotters containing money chiefly letters addressed to tho Louisiana Lottery Company It seems that ho has been stealing in this way for years Wright is a brother-in-laof R R Church the richest colorod man in Ten ncs Tho Louisiana lottery people hav8 deÂ¬ cided to offer Grover Cleveland a retain- Â¬ er to plead their causo in tbo pending proceedings to test the constitutionality uf the recently enacted law m Yale Yon Pretty Severe Toms been expelled from What was the matter Ho dont toll me so What It Stoat Nasdad The Mother For mercy sake what makes the baby ory so up there Tho Nurse Its crying for the bottle Tho Mother G TToW-lJ1 was found studying political economy when bo should have been de voloplng his inusclos for tho next boat race Life 1 every thing It vants Yes give it a Tho Father In a fury spanking it wants that worse than any thing else Light Well you must give it J T WELLS CO 1 Important Mice the cervioen In lHii7 I Huh Coal lfifil in Torn bonjanV Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Only a square from the Otirt Ysu Uimt iiave lu suil away the depot l -- ul tt Grovar Cleveland to b9 Retained RdKl a22 a a A gr Devastatl is Stoira a lasting for- atod ihe crops Baking Powder Miird it him 31 Debts tine V nl wTatbaw KcKee fa Le Soft Coal and Anthracite Nat and Lump Coal Now opD ut Mvtfst oW lumber il paid ABSOULTELY PURE In I8H6 col living at will le paid for by owner of ttie coll 41- farmed having td en re - THE CLIMAX SCH TIPTON US BLAISE AXD fllS PARTY A LETTER PROM MRS WARD I - Editor PUBLISHED EVLKV WEINKSDAY BY The Climax Printing Wm G Co White Ciias S Powell rUICK PKIl Vcdaosday YEAR 150 July 1C 1890 Democratic Ticket FOR CLERK lOim OF AlTEALS W W LONGMOOR of Harrison Count FOR elections law is highly namWilii to him and ouht to strengthen him where he has always leen weakest in the pood opinion of the conservative element of his party Tntil his iewa were made known it seemed as if there was no longer any sense of patriotism or reson sihility among the Kei uhiican leadc rs hut that all were committed irrevocably to the brutal ilicy formulated by Bpaafc er Ueeil f rule ot ruin The revulsion from the hiirh handed methods of the party managers t which Mr Blaine haa given the initiative has been slow iu c but it should none the less formidable Itecause of the delav Â¬ Â¬ The opposition of Mr Blaine to the Her Argantat before the Cflnberlui Mckinley tariff bill and the proposed Pmayteriaa General Assenbly Federal Kanaaa City New THE MORAL EPPEITS OP PRESENT POL ITICS Â¬ DLLtCiATE TO OdKYnmra COSSTIIITIUS AL A BATTLE r tiKolM UES0KT- K H CROOKE I il NiY JlIrfiE JOHN C CHENAILT im L V kikk HILL UNTY ATTOKNh J A BUIXIVAH SIIEKIFF HA KelK JW LES KOK JAILFK john JOEL r WAarnm A ire-nsl-rrespondent of the Kichinoinl Maaatch states a Northern syndicate is motiatin with the liattle Graanad Company for sites for a large ho tel cafe and pavilion at the Guilford bat- nd This U autilul six miles from tireensUro is being extensively improved Already a numlx rof cottages lions and monuments have been i and it is destined M K coine one of the greatest pleasure resorts of that M ctiou There are several valuable mineral sj rings OB the pwapBttj A bill pro riding for an appropriation of WyHO for the erection on the grounds of a monument to nn Nathaniel Green has leen favorably rej orted in the National House of Representatives will be jessed Â¬ irk ai Â¬ Â¬ UOTTOX BdKttl GU STATES Tlie poUtieal status of th two new States Wyomiim and Idaho suggests comparison witli the famous ntton xr II FK1NTENDEXT SCHOOLS ough of English olitics which returnel T MILLION MltS A men to Parliament who represented a merely nominal consistency It is esti Â¬ KOK SI KVKYOR mated that the four Senators and two J A G WILLIAMSON Representatives whom the Republicans XHtt to gain from the new memUrs of KK CORONKR the Inion represent a jvpulation very B DLD MILLER much less than is contained in almost any existimr congressional district Elertisa Pint Monday in Aapust MIL Both these Mates Would have done Ttry well iis Territories for proliably many Hewitt tlif V st Audlo coiiie but the reckless desire to obtain safe control of the Snate and a itor Kentucky em had has v larger majority in the House has caused i m aw rant of hi lic iltli the Eepubliean leaden to give these nrinia sparselv jMpulated communities eijual c BepoMi- nnk and power in the S nate with can party He cam thickly asatted States having iiiiiMrtant in federal legislation T EM BUY The Rev J S Ford of the local branch of the Church Triumphant the followers of the Rev Geo J Schw einfurth whom they beilaie to be Christ lias received a letter from Mrs Ward now in Tennesee whose dismissal from the CumKriand Presbyterian Church was confirmed by the general asscmby of the church in session at Iuion City Tenn this weak The letter follows Vxiox City Tenn May 20 1890 Rev S Foru Kansas City Greetings from the height of glory in the land of strangers 0 how all nature in this Southern clime is joining with me in singing praises unto Gixl to day the song of birds in every tree the fragrance of the sweetest flowers filling the atmos- Â¬ phere I have been in this place since Thursday evening boldingkp the name of the Holy One who is in the midst of Israel continually And mv soul blesses and praises the Lord abiding with us My ease was finished this morning The committee in mportfaaj made request that Mrs Ward lie heard bv theassciuhlv and the vote to do so is almost unanimous I then read my testimony to an audi ence which filled the court house this phase being larger than any of the other church buildings Every face was toward me and ckm attention given throughout the reading The time allotted to me w a- - one half hour and not lieing nana through at time given there was a call for extension all over the house The moderator then gave onsent and I then finished the testimony Several persons came to me a 1 passed out and asked for Mr Schw einfurths address One minister handed me his picture and recjuested me to forward it to Mr Schweinfurthuucl said be had written and received one letBend Ps CXi It was a ter from him new thing that was done this morning an orthodox body gathering together a large company to listen to a testimony for Christ the Lord and although I know not who will receive the truth I am glad for the opportunity to speak his name Â¬ Â¬ c Â¬ Â¬ i Bend Is I expect to leave this place this evening lor Richmond Yours in the abiding presence of Christ Sua L AWaro revealed OUlulXAL XXXV IACKAuE EXCITEMEXT KAXSAS IX and La C i f the appelate clerkshi and among many th The his- the convention oiitradicts the u au hat ut that Adams war award leat th IUi- nannuaed for i him for his chief eapport was made up i lex- ites with General Simon u luckuer as the central figure Vtanis aBjaaaal his old comrade-in-arms the gallant LeagBBaor But ogmoorbeea honored more than Adams T Adams arm three times elected ml an to Congress was six yean Clerk of the epresentatives two year- - Etog- the Land liu and is now aenr- a four years ajpointmeiit if the State which appointment he own to Got Bnekner an ex Oaaamlente The al What has Ingiuoor had in Woodford com niy a circuit court clerk- DenMcn can conscientiously tiQBB him He repre- Â¬ died withhold his votesents tlte and triumphs of i ir weilm m last American citiaenship He has fought back elected BOfCrty all in i ftWith no friends but his brain and his pluck lfe has risen related t higher and higher in the estimation of the people until a wh bows to a Iowa terthat stand- - almoal peerlenaad Rnlisting for the right as light like a McKinlev it il he was borne from tbebattle nUiii--rt ficld wowaded shattered and Buffering a or but that mteonqnen i lle will triumphed over all All the music of that noble manly life has Been dom jinian inated by the low minor strains that tell nl hy long H of suffering and of sadness But the turn Kiul ican iaof the- tunc1 BM come- and the Hcnioeniev hokily oiioset- - of the state- will honor itself by weaving uppoaition apou into that life the loftfel strains of hope ninl that it cannot Knetit the jwr- and victory and peace and the triumphs ty ami will certainly leail to hloodhhed he has achieved in life will only be Hijle will if they cai leeclijscd at all by the magniucant victory he will win at the when Kentucky shall difference say to all the world this is the character the lJ liulliail aker Iteed m to the partr ot man Kentuekians delight to honor aters and c owiK 1 aiil A handled in Lab umn AIIAVS AM LfliMMII aTl ernon Signal puts forth a col Â¬ li i e - - Â¬ Â¬ - - - - N-Ii- - eoeftiity fr the aaaaneaf the feleral that ill if mm oi SATURDAYS DEMOCRATIC CtN YEXTloX tier to the Ik irMMratic nenihtm MHtaii will the anjnl Nome -- rl nam irain Iran a Ban riff hill Then it i mure imHirtait lor the country of tir leriislatkin than to Bt- witinan aieaa-ure- g -- tir U End w re Pursuant to the call issued by the Cunty Executive Committee the massconveutiiil an Saturday last in for the liiriKM- of selecting a candidate to repreÂ¬ nits of Madison Cunty issemhlcd KUHT tent AIV Cleveland in Ins letter laininany Omintj of Ne York and read at the Hourth-of-Jul- y celehra- of the unler aaanand a keynote Brlneh the Tammany ill do well ii the e lining eamimiirn It a- - the ex Ireident says that aanannani of the American jieojile dnist maladministration rtill remains to them and hi the lia r freedom anl TndependaBMB as well ieir security for continued ru8ierity It is true also a he and kanpineaa that Me have naenad a time when iarty control i cant and hit- and when in pablir place the true inten rts at the country are too lightly ano wln re Bu matter in Maryland and New ngretwof the Ini a e York anous rintros and men are - e intcreate of the iiiiicnries in favor of those md BBRVpers and imlitica lmaaea TUK OlMKNTlOX of the IVui onven- - itiitional eitil true- ui Tie 1 rc laia with an vs tiie sent the countv in the Constitutional Below will ha found the Convention prixeedings The meeting was called to order by Charman Inorpe and on mo tion of Hon W T Tevis Judge Jno C Miller was ewetod chairman and Col H Chenault sec retary The following mm mittee on Resolutions was appointed bv the cliair J A Sullivan T S Bronston Ilisle Tli Thmua Sandford Old ham N B Coy and W T Tevis While waiting for the committees report nom inations were declared iu order Hon W B Smith in a terse vigorous manner pwntiiited the claims of R H Crooks and Hon T S Bronston performed a like service for I N Houghss Sijuire Houg nomi nation was seconded by John Hill and Mr Crookes by I M Chenault itions were then cloed and a vote of the convention taken resulting in the selection of Mr Crooke by a vote Iff i Mr Oraohe was then callol to the stand and resnded in a well timed of tluuiks for the honorconferred Other short addresHes were made by Hanno Ianajmaa who paadajed ids aanl tering anpport to the candidate and that - friends Judge Chenank Judge ml others after which the Conven tion adjourned The following are the resolutions reortil by the committee and uuanii lopted by the Con vention Baamiaa by the tknanenry cf xiadi- unty in convention assembled for the mmmaa of nhxtng a Daaaacaatie nomii Madison Countv in nal Convention the call made by the IX mitte for this con- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ihat we reaffinn our faith in and Madison county teat of ail who k 1 he resolutions have earnewt the Denio platform adopt isvili the Democratic uis in Iff tel at Lou a iH tnocral ut endorsement aul w -- fied ln- ng him as iig manlx - once the arbitrary nfonatil utkmal course oi the Re- federal Congress nl we apeeially denounce tliat must - in- - be fully and famouan trutiii nstitutional of measures v ooanes uj t assed by any J ederal CongresB uiau atauilard of bonanty capability and faith- - pojuiuriy known as the Force bill 4th We ledge our united effort and support to the nominee of this conven tion and call on all Democrats to use all honorable means to secure his election J C MiLIXU Chairman he entire worl Â¬ The Manufacturer1 Record of July 12 says The past week has lx en a noted one for the activity in the organization of gigantic industrial enterprises the mag- Â¬ nitude of which overshadows the many smaller concerns that would otherwise command much attention In Alabama Tredegar leads with a contract for the building there of a great furnace and steel plant to incluile rolling mill steel mill ec and to employ when fully com pleted about 3000 hands Birmingham has a new 1000000 coal and iron making company Huntsville a o0000 oil company Georgia shows for the week a si 0000ore mining company a 100000 laud and lumber company a 30000 clothing manufacturing i omjiany a i000000 gold mining comjiauy and a 400000 phosphate niiningcompanj to op- Â¬ erate in Florida At Ocala Fla an SOO000 company has been organized to mine and manufacture fertilizers Ken tacky had for the week a 00000 iron and coal company and a 8500000 laud im nrovnaaat company In Southwest Virginia the gnat activity previously report ed continues At Richlands Pennsylvania capitalists will build 50000 iron pie works and at Radford iron men from the same state will erect two furna rolling mill bar bolt and rail mill ec while at Ivanhoe a 500000 company will build extensive zinc works While these The Supplement to the next number of great concerns are eing put into shape Harper WctUy will contain an elaliorate the organization of smaller enterprises iajer by Gen V Hosmer ML D on such as woxiworking mills brick yards e and what shall be done with it ice factories foundries and michine ilust rated by drawings and diagrams shoj goes steadily on In every direc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ g Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Since the original package derision of the United States Supreme Court bleed-in- Kanan seems to have become in part at least tijy Kansas if we are to believe a Topeka orresjondent of an Eastern newapaper Within twentv four hours afte r the publication of the decision the brewers of Kansas City oened nego tiations with ex saloonkeejiers in Kansas refer ing them agencies for the sale of their beer At first only kegs hall ke gs quarter kegs and cases containing two dozen Kittles were handled but they subsequently mated a aewanckage contain- Â¬ ing only three tottlcs of Iteer The whole sale w hisky de alers made up car loads of plain and pint fiisks of that liepior and shipping them across the line sold them as original packages through their Kan sas agent When the brewers had ri- bleed their packages to three lsttles of lieer the whisky dealers rcilnced theirs and last week they sent to Topeka a ear load of two ounce and four ounce vials of th ii Eavorate bands Two thosusand of these jiackages of convenient size fitted to the drinking capacity of the purchaser were loaded into a car imbedded in loose hay and brought to market The contest secuis to le w hisky vs lieer The brewers eager to heild their own caused single littles to Wl Mixed up in pastelioarel baaed and placed on the market at 2 cents a bottle five cents to lie re funded upon return of the lsttle and thus the Opposed xtract of hojM socm again controlled the field changing the canto lieer vs whisky Other dealers feeling that full justice was not done their patron lis carded the littletiction ofpastcbiard lioxes had great refrigerators built and p laced their beer on ice ready for consumption These gentlemen BOOn had a thriving tradNumerous arests of agents have been nana but they have been promptly reVmnd OB bail and have brought dam age suits against the officers am ting them and injunction suits to re straiu the the State from interfering with them The Prohibtionists have held meetings in various towns and have raised money to prosecute the cases baton the courts liesid s warning original package agnate to discontinue their business a warning that hits been quickly hnded in most matana great delegate convention has Km called to In- held in Topeka on the loth at KKI or ii000 elelegates which are exacted to Ik- - present and which will adopt resolutions urging the Kansas Senators and Re- rescn tat ives at Washington to drop all other business and devote their energie s to securing the jiassagc by Congress of the House sulistitute for the Wilson bill giving the States pone to regulate the lionor traffic even when it comes from another State- - and in the guise of an original pnnnja Governor Humphrey too is lending all the weight of his official position to the warfare against the effects of the Supreme decision and has ordered Attorney General Kellog to fight the liemor men to the bit terend in the cases lielore the State ourts In his instructions to the attorney general he sa All judicial meth ods and remedies should lie- exhausted liefore we surrender the contest The assertion of the federal courts of the ni season of such a power and of their right to exercise such jurisdiction is fraught with so many serious coiiseeiuences and involves such vast interests that it is our Is lunden duty to fight for home rule in every form If this extraordinarv noma can U exenised in behalf of whisky it will le invoked on other occasions to fasten agm the ieople of the State many things at which the public conscience will revolt The force and vigor of this judi- Â¬ cial decision have according to its advocates made whisky at once the most pre- Â¬ cious and most sacredly guardeel of all articles of commerce the world ever knew They now promise to go one step further indeed but one more step is needed and say that no law officer of any State in this Union shall investigate whether or not it is lieing sold in violation of local laws tliat it is an article of commerce whose manufacture and sale are above and beyond the e ontrol of the powers of trie State If this is sound as to whisky which for ages has subject to local laws it ought to he strong er when applied to all other articles of commerce whose- manufacture produce and an have never lecu subject to State rc giilations and hence the State can be ooned with impure commercial articles which would affect the hnalUijwaliile the aaanlaand offend the noatrila of a help len people I have an abiding convic Â¬ tion that the federal courts do not ponen the jsiwer to restrain the law officers of an from investigating in the usual manner whether or not the laws of the Suite have been violated I never will believe it until oomjielled to lo so by the solemn judgment of tliat court of last re- Â¬ sort which has the power to adjuei e 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The address of Bishop Potter at Har Â¬ vard on Thursday depicts in a very forcible manner the decadence of public mor-Â¬ als within the last two years anil the duty resting anon young men not less than upon their seniors to work for th purification of public lite The decalogue and the golde n rule said Senator Ingnlls re Â¬ cently in a letter written in the Senate has no place in chamlK r at Washington To Iolitii s whose object is success tiiis sentiment Bishop Potter it ie need- Â¬ On the less to say does not subscribe contrary he pleads eloquently ior the higher code which places right above might More to his taste is the vniark attributed to Henry Clay Id rather 1m Not leas discourright than Pre sident aging narhana than the fact that the Senator from Kansas should accept so lase a view is the circumstance tliat this particular Senator has been electee by his colleagues to preside over their delibera- Â¬ tions and uses the high positioned President of the Senate to give vogue to his depraved and cynical political rraxims It has Ik cii reserved says Bishop Potter in this connection for our own day to develop a doctrine of morals in con Â¬ nection with the domain of public affairs which even the ingenuity of Alphonsede lajnari would have found it diffi ult to explain or excuse For this new dogma of c onduct is simply and in substance that there arc certain acts and rtlation shijis in life which have absolutely no moral ejuality whatever and in judging of them we are bidden to understind an appeal to the ordinary standard o right and wrong as universally existing among all civilizejd iK ople is simply a bald imper- Â¬ tinence Such a claim must neeils disallowisl by every thoughtful mind Il this Ik- true what shall be said oi those who not only consent to maxims but to tolicies which are essentially corript and and who brazenly defend corrupting them as legitimate elements of a state- Â¬ craft which they declare is to be eeliber ately emptied of all regard for nxi al obThe topics to which the Bish Â¬ ligation op give s anecnl attention having regard for their moral asinvt are the prevailing jMilie y of favoritism which makes partisan service the sulestantial basis for political preferment and the vast bribe of Iensions with which the doininaii party is purchasing the support of the The spoils system of civil element service anil the jMilicy of unlimited pan sious have this in common that they ImUi contemplate the purchase of politi- Â¬ cal services w ith the money of the people The loyalty of the manufacturing interest we may add is sc cured iu a similar spirit by the transfer to that interest of the taxing noarer a bribe which takes out of the pockets of the jople in the form of enhanced prices a sum which cannot Is- 000000 a year Bishop Potter makes the complaint in ranted to pre sent civil service methods that they tend to discourage the growth among us of great men eminent for their services to the State he One would thinic says that no system had ever In en ele vised more effectually to disparage the work and to di grade into pusillanimous and enfeebled citizenship the workman than the system of civil service which for the last fifty years and never more insistently than of late has lieen striving to establish itself among this people The new gospel of unscrupulous is openly prochnmed as the only spell powerful enough to maintain a healthy and active interest in our Militica institutionsthat in other words then- is no instinct of patriotism strong enough to constrain a man to active participation in the jKlitifal life of the nation unless there dangles before him all the while the pis sible prize- - which he may snatch out of sordid and shameless strife The aaleof the Roman empire at public aucton by the Pretorian Guard tej the highest bidder h being paralleled in the Bishops Opin Â¬ ion by the present Congress in its an of Upon this point his la ignage pensions is particularly impressive The honorable provision feir those who suffered and BW disabled in their countrys defense thri atens under the selfish ami unscrupulous manipulation ot those who see in the clcgraclation of their fellow citizens a short and easy road to iolitie al su irema cy to become a paaperbang system whose least and most innocent atna quence is the ruinous burden which it is de stilled siMjiier or later to saddle UHn the public treasury Never was there a pharisceisui of philanthropy in which personal aggrandizement more impudently masqueraded in the garments of a grateful patriotism than our halls of Congims have lately presented and the unmanly silence with which schemes so nmtaaune that they should have long ago bean laughed ant of any intelligent puh lie assembly have ban received is one of the most amazing facts of our political I have nothing to say ot those who have devised this infamy and baptized it with the name civic gratitude but for the manhood which it is destined to corrupt and degraeie no honorable man can feci I think any other than the most profound sympathy and sorrow This Barely is a system of government that delilH rately conspires to degraeie men and no delicacy ought to connent to exe use or eciidone it A rcmeely for this state of things may perhaps be found the Bishop suggests in the reaction it must provoke A burden so great must scKtn become intilerahle It is for the Behoanr in public life he thinks to guide in the movement of reform that is surely coming Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ er Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tion there is solid growth and increasing LIVE STOCK MAKKET SEPOST EMBIIY By GKKKNE prosperity based on the utilization of the unequaled natural resources of this fa- Â¬ Live Stock Commission Merchants at Ciucln nail Union Stock Yards aud Covington Block Yards vored section The second half of 1800 bids fair to show a degree of activity that Cincinnati Ohio July 14 1800 would have been deemed impossible even SHIPPING CATTLE twelve or eighteen months ago Good to Extra 4 30 4 20 MORE PROTESTS AGAIXST THE MCKINFair to Good 4 45 BILL 2 75 LEY Common and Rough 3 25 Good to Extra Oxen 3 Sot Oxen 3 25B 3 75 The Republican- - farmers of Ohio who Fair to Good Rough 2 25 2 50 Common and are interested in the production of maple BUTCHER CATTLE sugar are said to be in a state of serious 3 901a 4 00 discontent because the McKinlev bill Good to Extra Fair to Good 3 752l 3 85 fails to extend a bounty to their industry Extra Fat Steers 3 85 3 75 on tin Fair to Good Steers and imposes an addditional tax 3 65 3o 2 75 3 00 plate which is largely used for utensils Good to Extra Cows 2 50 2 25 for gathering the syrup and conveying it Fair to Good Cows 1 75 2 00 Common Cows joins hands w ith Rough Cows and Oxen to market Ohio thus 1 I oo 5 Maryland in protesting against the tin BULLS plate enormity for which no shadow of Jt f The Be6t Shipping justification has yet been adduced 2 75 Best Bologna 3 00 Senate- tariff bill projioses a bounty of two Fair Bologna 2 501 2 65 I 2 oo cents a pound on maple sugar but it re- Â¬ Fair to Good Feeders 1 oei 1 75 mains to be seen whether the item will Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS The proposed increase of be retained the tariff on barley from twenty to thirty Good Extra Steers cents a bushel as provideil in the McKin- Fair to Good Steers 3 50 3 35 2 Good to Extra Heifers 5W 3 ij lev bill is exciting eejually strong dissa 2 50 among the maltsters of New York Common and Thin Stockers 2 oo COWS AND CALVES have Canadian State who say they must grain in order to make good lieer In Best Grades f 30 0035 00 iS oo2C 00 their efforts to satisfy a few favored later Fair to Good 12 ooTiiq 00 Common est- - the authors of the McKinley bill I5ct Veal Calves 4 75G J 00 have raised a host of enemies in various Fair to Good 4 250r 4 50 parts of the country whose influence Common and Heavy 2 oon 3 50 ught to make itself felt at the Hills HOGS Select Butchers Y0UXG X0M1XATED 3 75 3 So Fair to Good Packers 3 io 3 75 Good to Extra Lights 3 701 3 bo What a difference a few days will Light Pigs 2 7s 3 25 make The convention that met in Iex SPRING LAMBS ington some elays ago to nominate a can Extra 7 2561 7 50 eliilate for Judge of the Superior Court continued in a dead lock for several days and adjourned sine die Another convention assembled there last week for the same purpose and nominated Hon Van B Young of Mt Sterling by acclamation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OLIVER PLOWS mva ganaaW 1 Jf Si annSSunal a ianVnVrSBBUBn ffH -- b jnanyRntan SHACKELFORD Hardware Tinware Fooilenware AND WAGON TOH GENTRY TOOLS AND MATERIAL DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF CONCERKLNG FARMERS Enaar V House c vi Farmers Alliance in Bath County is starting co ojierative stores Lightning killed thirty six turkeys for one man in Bourbon county Sparks Bros have at their stable in Marshall Mo a mule which stands 1SJ hands high and large in pronortkm Messrs H L Martin and T M Parrish bought 20000 bu of wheat of Miles Sms Frankfort at 74 cents Iraaayerd San S K Bottom of this county sold last we ek to WckmIsoii B Arnold his farm of 280 acres near Perryville for 12000 lhnn ilU iiencaa Lehman Bros purchased of the W H Me Braver estate in Anderson 200 cattle averaging 1272 jKmnds at 41c Simon Well of same 300 hogs 21 i His average vi 1 - BLACKSMITHS antwSn S - MAKERS Mil Goods - iisvP Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March i9 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40 I jf r PROGRESS averaged seventeen bushels per acre which though neit a large yield is the liest yet reported Banana Aannm Dtahop Wilson who presided here at Kentucky Conference will sail this we ek for Japan where he will organize a Con- Â¬ ference He will also preside at China Mission Conference Parti ATnntdriaa Colyer ix Rice have sold to S T Cobb and John D Harris their Jumlsi jack 4 years old for S13000 This is one of the best jacks in the State and was never beaten in a Iair ring It has been estimated that for every 1000 head of attle in Great lritain sixty seven tons of beef or veal are annually sent to market and for every 1000 head of sheep ami lamlis twelve and one half tons of mutton and lamb Messrs F II Prince i Co of Boston who are BiahaaUMwl to represent the pur chasers of the Chicago stxk yards and transit company for alsnit 20000000 state that the control of the union steM k yards of Chicago will remain in America Years ago an Ohio farmer was offered S14ii jier bushel for his wheat He said hed hold for 150 and 425 bushels have laid in his granary ever since The other clay it an estimated that the rats had left less than twenty bushels of the pile Duckworth of New Jersev Hawk have bought of T A Bradley of this county 07 gnod Tennessee stock ewes at 4 jer head of John Robinson of Mercer S2 head at the same figure 4 and of Charles T Black of this county 30 at same price Danrille Ahocate It is said that cabbage may be protected from worms by planting a few tobac co plants among the cabbage The tobac Â¬ co plants growing the taller the butterfly which eleposits the egg first alights on them and being sickened by the tobacco fly away and do not return S II Ogden sold Friday to Henry Mar cum of Clay county the farm of Ed P Bean mannag 304 acres for 36000 Of this amount 14000 is cash 11000 to be paiel Jan 1st when possession will lie given and 11000 to Im paid Jan 1st 1802 the deferred payments bearing tiper cent interest Bmohanr Ikmncmt The exiH rience of Paris and New York horse car ceimpanies is said to lie tliat grey horses are the longest lived and give the greatest amount of service Roan horses are about equally good Cream colored horses lack staying power especially in Bays show an average Black summer lwKfed horses are stronger and tougher The Illinois State Dairymens Al tim has called a National Dairymens meeting ts lie held at Chieiigo July 10 1800 The meeting will be compiosed of three or more elelegates from each state aaUMnataaa and breeders association repÂ¬ resenting dairy cattle The object is to onsider allied interests in connection Any with the great Exposition in one interested should correspond with Mr Lovejoy Johnson President Illinois Dairymens Association Stillman Valley Ills c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e Both the method and results Syrup of Figs is taken it is and refreshing to the taste and act gently yet promptly on the Ki It Liver and Howeis clcsnc- - tin sir tem effectually dispels colds bend aches aud man and cures habitus constipation Syrup of Figs h the only remedy of iu kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in at its action and truly beneficial in its W II Clays thresher burned on De effects prepared only from th ad Dodges farm ye sterday afternoon healthy and agreeable mbatanoea iu i and with it 150 bushels of wheat Cause mauy excellent qualities common hot b ix on the straw stacker Baarna to all and have made it the popular remedy known Buna Syrup of Figs is for sale in bThe wheat crop is lndng threshed out and 81 bottles by all leading drag anil the yield is about 05 per cent with gists Any reliable druggist nhn the grain rather small The ruling price may not have it on hand will pn is seventy live cents a bushel so far cure it promptly for any one ve Frtinkfirt JBnnaVnauti wishes to try it Do not accept a Mr Hannan has just completed threshsubstitute ing out an SO acre field of wheat which CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO v- JIUSMftN FOR MEN ONLY ARE IN THE LEAD WITH THEIR SPLENDID LINE OF 6s Â¬ GROCERIES And Queeasware Lives of poor men oft remind us Honest toil dont stand a chance The more we work we have behind us Bigger patches on our pants Hiak -- But if these same men would do their trailing at the liacket Bargain Store they would soon save enough money to buy a pair ol new trowsers Â¬ SAM FRANCISCO CL LOUISVILLE AT UFW YOHK SELECTED STOCK LOW PRICES HEAVY WEIGHT SQUARE DEALING LOOK AT THESE PRICES Work Shirts from ents np cents up 5 cents up 2 for 5c up IS cents 5 cents 5 cents 8 cents 5 cents 6 cV ft f INSURANCE BURNAM Tho 01dc3t HUME and Strongest American Companies NORTH AMERICA SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS Are the Corner Stones upon which our daily increasing busmen is being built Suspenders from The same material of which the Corner Socks from Stone are laid sha bo used in the conHandkerchiefs struction of our BUitncw castle throughout to the topmost tier Gallon Collee Pot Therefore we solicit a continuance of Three papers of lin the liberal patronage we have received at the hands of the people of Richmond and Four dozen liest Hooks and Kjrna vicinity Promising that no pains will he liest English Needles two papers spared to keep up the standard of our stock and to all all orders at the very Two Balls White Darning Cotton LOWEST PRICES consistent with ncfa we are the public serints good Â¬ JHJSEaan 42- - First Door Above Farmers Bank 4S- - RIOECMOND ROCK BOTTOM RATES Farmers National Hank BURNAM any Dont forget our office is at the Reduction Sale for 30 Days Only IN ORDER TO CLOSE HUME N B Tolncco Rams Country Stores ami Milling property specialties 33 32 H B CLOTHING Hobbles like the alove to be had at W C G0RMLET COS 42- XfclCIIlVIOIVD COU AND OUT OUR STOCK AND MAKE ROOM FOR FALL GOODS WE WILL GIVE A SPECIAL DISCOUNT OF TEN PER CENT OFF OF MARKED PRICES REMEMBER THAT WE MARK OUR GOODS MUG Shirts NECKTIE Ifadras Cloth LUMBER CO - Hats SHOES rs undersigned have formed a partner THE to sell all kinds of Coal and Lumber at the lowest market price and re- Â¬ spectfully request a liberal patronage from Proprietor The yards are located on the public Orchard Street and also on Third Street 0 Depot where we will build a warehouse upon the Limestone Street 0pp C completion of the new railroad to this LEXINCTON KY place T S BRONSTON Â¬ PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN - M BROOKS- - M HARBER JJ D M CHENAULT BROOKS CHENAULT Wew Building and Furniture Well Lightfdanu Vkntilatkd Real Estate Brokers Richmond Kentucky Large lists of City and Country Proji erty Property sold and bought on aud prompt attention given ar Office in John Rennetts law office Branch office at Stockton A 39- Brooks Drug Store Com mission Cornspeuielence solicited Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED TRUNKS Valises IN PLAIN FIGURES AND SELL CHEAPER THAN SHIRTS Umbrellas THE CHEAPEST MOTTO OLR IS CASH TO Undsrwsar HOSIERY Â¬ AVOID A CRASH AND RATES S2 and ann 250 per Day White Vests SAVE OUR CUSTOMERS FOR SALE to THEIR CASH SUSPENDERS and SWISS CO Tr AGE S rooms lot 40x120 10 foot alley Orchard Street new QJJBEN ANNE COTTAGE j rooms BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY lot 32x150 to o foot alley Hallie Irvine and Orange Streets TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new The Madison County Bible Society has at the drug store of Stockton Si Brooks in 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant Richmond a large number of Bibles and lots all well finished Testaments They offer them at extremely Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS low prices to those who are able to buy 40x150 feet seperate or as a whole on and propose to give them away to all who Fifth Street are not able to buy Ministers throughTHREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS out the county are requested to see that on Walnut Street Powells addition the poor of their respective vicinities are 50x160 feet each supplied P2F For prices on any of the above W L CRUTCHER President inquire of E W W1GG1 48- Mad Nat Bank 49 48 Â¬ We cordially thank the public for a liberal patronage solicit a continuation of the same V0RIES SCH00LFIELD THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS 313 CO WEST MAIN STREET Gut Rates on Saw Files 5 8 6 5 LYMAN lAKRISH wb Urn an- - Frankis of Oiatnifuts for Catarrh that Coutain 106 Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense and completely derange the of smell whole system when entering it through Such articles the mucous surfaces shculd never be used except on prescrip- Â¬ tions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P J Cheney it Co Toledo O contains no mercury and is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made iu Co Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney anSold by Druggists price 75c per bottle Â¬ Â¬ M M crvNisoiun Barbsr Shop E EAST MAIN STREET Am i3ry ad Sale Staid We have opened a first class shop We have erected a comnio and desire to have the patronage of eliouN Livery aud Salenew and corner of gentlemen ladies nuel children We 3rd unil Irvine streets Stable EUchmoud Ky guarantee tirst class work New and and ask ine public lo give uj a trial elegant furniture clean tbrougbout and sharp razors HORSES HITCHED OR 43- INCH FLAT MILL FILE INCH TAPER FILE INCH FLAT FILE INCH TAPER FILE INCH TAPER FILE iAnaa S cents cents cents cents j turn any not pi our customers Z t - J CARMKHAEL C MOORE FED tF For sale al the For Sale or Hent I desire to sell or rent privately Ibe large two story rates IC AT REASONABLE RAU horae horses aud buigi- Raddle t low lo lABRISII ft CrXMVJHAM Bank Stock for Sale i V A Bl BACKET STORE ONLY First Door Above Farmers Bank Riciunond Ky I situated on a good corner lot iu Ellis al Twenty five Shares of Bank Stock for sale ton Ky known as the Hogun proper- Â¬ 22 ty H H COLYER WL 3 STORE HOUSE ation- - BBYANTST8ATTPN Business College if rem jar cxHyiii and rAfrr LOUISVILLE KY Oae Set Away at Last exchange thus relates hrw a priso- Â¬ An ner got away from Uncle Billy Wilker rdawdy - - - JalTil80C sou But he will be caught and in a The first prisoner to es Â¬ short time Fine nun fell here on Monday ana cape from the Fayette county jail during esterday the twelve or iifteen vears of Jailer Tuesday a con- - Vilkersous guardianship At Irvine the Cockrell case negro named Hathaway serving a three I Angoat tinned till years sentence for an unmentionable ln Rajacjr Jones ia seriously ill at crime suddenly left while under charge Tribble of he hoaue of Mrs James P Deputy Elmore who had the negro iik place cleaning up the jail otlice an- while tlie Mr T G rHevens has supplied his ba officials attention Mas attracted else Â¬ delivwhere he skipped to parts unkown kery and confectionery - HE CLIMAX PERSONAL Miss Maude Neeley of Joplin Mo is visiting Mrs F Week cr Miss Dovie Burton of Kirtoiville is visiting her sister Mrs Kobt Smith Miss Cassie onkwright of Wind is visiting Miss Mary Bice this county Rachel Ford Mho baa ben visiting friends at North Middletown has re- Â¬ w er- wagon bry was lield in promptly gave Jsmes Martinf r killing the negro Em 4000 bond which he Joe Kimbrongh a inpton was a son-in-la- who died Saturday at of T J Me ribben deceased Minnie B Smith teacher of Mi piano will receive pupils nt her hotiie The Suuimit after September 7th 18U0- K S White a Washington dude waa arrested at LexiaBjtaB for fogery just an be waa about to accompany Senator Btackuonia daughter to her home r John A BMaha and Mrs Henry advertised f r Prohibition speech at the extort house Monday night did not at bbse Mary Baft rd Smith will give a recital jit the Ouurt House Kichuiondm Th urn day night July -- 4th for the benelit of Wan Baptist Church 1 Streng wife and daugliter Poyntz and wife Postmaster Willi and family and Mrs Sallie Miller are boarding at the Glynkn Mr H Dr J M Buchanan ft Greenleafumlertakerewere summoned BO Estill county ou Fridav to bury the remains of John Puckett who acraaBBBarJ killed himself with a pistol Kngineer Drigpere and wife arrived from Georgia yesterday and are perma- Â¬ nently located here The water works Mid Ik- pushed more steadily than ever - lbm John II Welch of Xieholasville who presided over the Common Pleas District Convention at Georgetown is a brother of Mrs T J N ott of this place Mr M N Irriggers Baperintendent of Â¬ the new Water ft Light Co came vesti r day and wili proceed with the construc tion of the two works tas aoon as plans are finished 1 H Adair refused a handsome salary to travel with the GfBBBBBB Band as a ten or singer He sent for Frank and after bearing him sing made him the offer trlil Wirrr Judge Sju ire Turner of Mt Sterling well known here declined a re election to the office of city Judge which he has held for four years and has been succeed Â¬ ed by Judge J V Groves The widow of A B Dean a native of Kichmond has sued tlie administrator Lew is Collins in Louisville and charges fraud Collinss father the State his- Â¬ torian Mas lndsman but has died since the settlement Sralskiis Kasuaa Astrarbaaa 4r The representative of a Detroit impirt ing house Mill have a display of fun- - t Mr H J Strengs on next Monday and Tucsdav Call and see them Saalett Pahlir Srhoal Per Capita State Supt Pickett writes Mrs A T Million County Supt that the per capi tafor the year IStO VI js L - This much each for lwth white and colored Tfcrre Isb t Hey is no polttjca in the ofli e Mr There Burnam is r rf JBBi Very well admit it for argument sake then it is one of honor only Democrats are you willing that a party more than half ot wbaaa strength comes from its nejrro vote contains the only man lit to fill a purely honorable office Big Exrnrsion and Blounts excursion left Kichmond Sunday morning with five cars loaded to the muzzle and Ment into Cincinnati Mith niue full cars or alniut 500 Beopae It Mas the largest nnmler of ex- Â¬ cursionists that has ever gone from this end of the road But look out for next Sunday the fare is only 90 cents DevonÂ¬ Cistera Cteaniag Weflaft McCarty have a patent air in jeetof and depeail extractor for j nrirying and cleaning Kit cisterns It ficks up not only gravel nks other things but sucks up the soot and mud deposits hot leaves the Mater which it purifies by the brieetaaai of fresh air The in rformance is simple and cleanly and is a long felt want Teachers Examined Fortv two Mhite teachers havcleen ex amined by the loard and only three fail ed to get certificates Thirty three color ed teachers bare lni n examined The loanl is ooaaneaedef Mes H Sullivan and V s Molerley The sixty eight M hite and colored schools haveabout all been taken aud a month earlier than usual Â¬ Â¬ TbcKeasoa Wuy There is lem anry and jKtty jealousy among our people than any tOMn in the State We all pull together and always get there That is the secret of our won- Â¬ derful groMth and progress When other towns and cities learn this lesson prosjerity a ill oetvtt follow Winchester Dcnt lx ss envy and jealously among the people betaose aceoonling to census re turne there are le people than in any toM n in the state Barjrlan Still at Large The merchants of Waco whose stores were recently burglarized have not made any discoveries as to who tlie iar fies were so far as we can learn Noth Â¬ ing of importance was taken but Mr C L Searcys safe was so badly damaged that it could not be unlocked and a new door was nereaaarr The burglars drilled H awl apparently mad blasts but did not succeed in openinj Tliere was alxnit 800 in the sale The cash drawer of Zittle A Taylor was broknothing of en ojn i Â¬ Â¬ Hill kangrfi at Ford Asher Brothers have lougl ng intens- Brothers their en J - mill Fonl and jin w-mill anrt and at taching it to their own milL are iiom onlv trto mill companies at Ford - who own all a TIp road near Tb wasateticv Ubmston Cbooke Beknbtt 40- Mrs Susan Evans died in Clark county aged TS years There are many accidents and diseases which affect Stock and cauae serious Hon Pres Kimball was considerably Inconvenience and lews to the farmer in bruised up by Tuck Jones in a Lesingon his work which miy he quickly remedied street fight by the use of Dr J 11 McLeans VolForepaughs ig elephant Columbia ln canic Oil Liniment fell from a train near Pittsburg Pa end was killed If vou are suffering with weak or inturned or granulated eyelids you M ith flamed eyes Brent A warehouse of Giluaafl Hon K T Buckley lias actepted a can be quickly cured by using Dr J H a large ciuantity of blue grass seed was clerkship at Irvine and left for that place McLeans Strengthening Eye Slave 25 burned at Paris Saturday Monday 3- cents a box A saw mill belt caught a mans clothRev Thos Cuiuinins is at Cart Orstripped it entirely ing at Frankfort and Sick Heaoachb and a sensation of Lot naught chard Bprhaaa and will go thence to off of him oppression and dullness In the head are Judge T J Scott has lwught a corner Ti nnessce very commonly produced by indlgeation Three children fell into the river at eond and Broadway for s TQO and Mr B M Herndon and son James of morbi despondency irritability and over Frankfort on Monday and Mere rescued M Fos0X162 feet Also of Dr Scott county are visiting at Dr J P sensitivencs of the nerves may in a maby a colored man ter the adjoining lot MkMS feet for 700 Herndons jority of cases be traced to the same W S Elkin died in Infant son ot Dr Judge tuM will build a nice residence cause Dr J H McLeans Liver and Mr John Movnihan who hat been in Garrard canty last week Also 2 year old lln iks McCreary Fvans fte have Oklahoma for Kidney Batan and Pellets will positively the past three yaexB is vistw in of Erasmus Dunn bought of Dr Foster a lot on Fifth 60x155 cure iting friends and relatives here colored man named Smith Davis fact for fGBa Mr Chapel Heath has returned from Get Smiths Diarrhoea Cordial and save leading a blind man went swimming A street is to le openetl through this your life as you cant always get the Georgia having stopped off and taken in near Frankfoii and was drowned lot into the property of the above named way doctor in time Pi ice 25 cents Sold by Bytd Strode B colored man aged 25 gentlemen and other Iota arill be put on all the large towns on the 51 6 W G Want Druggi t Judge M H Owsley of this place ana years Mas drowned in a pond near the market - granted liaailkerthief Thomson Sunday while iu bathing Dr Foster has boaBjbt from Sam liice among the Kentnckians who weneaeaaler iteord peeeiaaa this week a lot on Fifth street 120x150 feet for Mta of Lexington died Elegant lineofladiet handkerchiefs John McFarland C km- - ion Gov Thomas P Porter of Versailles in New York last week He was 70 Ckooki Bennett 40- Mown Up ident of this place ana herel ist week formerly years old and wo h half a million doltw vou want to buy a Sulky Surrey ireen Owens Mis blasting in the back aeooaapanied by his wife lars Baggy or Carriage call cm Donelson for part af his yard on W F Francis street HORSE NOTES Mrs Sipiire Welch and daughter Miss On the Fourth of July while Mrs John he has the latest best and chcasent one day hu t week He prepared a blast Mary are at home from a visit to Mi- - T B of Washand applied a niRtch Then he lighteil Messrs Kidd v Edmonson Lexington Bother wan walking on street flesh is the blood Tnr Lite of the NichoUumlii ington Mo her dress caught lire id she his pipe with the remnant of the match J Scott of Richmond Ky are arranging for a big combination pure blood nutans healthy functhereof wtl was burned to death while the fuse leading to the Mast slowly dace in Chicago some time tional activity and this heirs with it the to her Bale to ke Miss Georgia ltoberiey retarned of Tyrone Twelve couples have burned Having lit the pipe he tamed in November certainty of quick restoration from sickeight to go aaray and carelessly dropped the home in Kichmond on Thursday ac married past within the Dr J H McLeana ness or accident The Klmendorf yearlings property of months still burning match to one side It went companied by Miss Bertie Coleman This does well forsosmalla Strengthening Cordial and Blood PuriDan Swigert of Lexington Ky have Di awcrad village Vermilles Sun into a can of blasting powrkl which floneaaowro fier gives pure rich blood and vitalizes been shipped to Monmouth Park K J Dr H G Artis a prominent young went off like a camion followed by the Ex Sheriff Browns deficit in Christian 100 and strengthens the whole body where they will be sold July 10th Then Mas here this unfortunate Mr ens and the blast in physician of Winchestr per bottle were thirtv nine of them and said to le county has been ascertained as Si2H2 rapid succession Green just did get out week with a view- of lofting Kesit the finest lot of yearlings that ever left which with the shortage of ex Sheriff Take one of Dr J II McLeans Litof reach of the blast He Mas severely being a graduate of a Medical cllege he this famous stud Boyd will make a total of 12000 tle Liver and Kidney Pellet- - at night bea graduate of the Ontario Yetin ir Colburned and bruised and is in bed Prof William C Jones a noted school Maud Hamilton the dam of Ban Fox fore you go to bed and foM will be sur- Â¬ lege Ice Factory aot Waterworks Orgaaized teacher of Western Kentucy a native of and Kins ThoOMH two colts that sold for prised how buoyant and vigorous you Mill Miss Stella Berkley of Howard county Last week the Ciima got a wrang Mo is visiting her cousin lrof J B S40000 and SSfMXn respectively the high- London and a schoolmate of Hon Wilfeel the next day Only 25 cents s vial liam E Gladstone died at Princeton Ky head on the ice factory organization 3is a daughter of Mr Char- est prices ever paid for thoroughbreds Harris She heading it water works when it should ley Berkley before the Mar a veil was formerly owned by Col T S Grundy John Eliersoh- aged 8 years of Mc Isidiwert Ombre if Sprinricld Ky who sold her for ISOO have lieen ice factory Comb Ohio tied one end of a rope The editor know i salesman for the late Botomon We have the novelty of the season in aas lalorig under i attack of sick Smith she is still alive and a regular producer around a cows horns and the other alsmt cashmere ombres oni which he has scarcely recovDr J L Harris and wife left yeaterday and the annual sales of her foals yields to his waist and hit the cow He is dead Crooke Bennett Si Urmston 40-ered and must have lteen next door to for Floyd C II Virginia the home of her owner a sum considerably larger than Clinton R Fisk late candidate for crazy when he wrote up the ice factory Dr Harris parents and will be absent B Congressmans ilarv Coughs and colds come uninvited but President on the Prohibition ticket died meiting It Mas a fearfully pig headed until the last of the month The doctor you can quickly get rid of these with a Work on the K X I it B is being at his home at Seabright N J Wednes blunder but possibly excusable when a has lteen iu bad health for a month or rapidly pushed to wan Is completion all day He was also one of the lea ling pro- few doses of Dr J H McLeans Tar man was in the clutches of a badly dis- more and goes there to recuperate Pen along Wine Lung Balm 3 the line Between Nkholasvilte jectora ol Harriman City Tenn ordered liver mtSBa Sun and Versailles the rails are laid to Jes- Â¬ Incendiaries fired the Court House at Apron uowlv The ice company is experimenting with Before the night lecture at Ohautau samine Creek three miles from town Hazard Perry county on Saturday mornDont fail to see our Bordered Apron various Mells and springs and other Mater pee Mr Adair of Richmond sang a tine ami as there is little or no hindrance on ing and it was burned to the ground The Goods supplies and Prof Green the SuperinThe iStorm at the other side of the creek the track deeds and court records were saved but descriptive song called Urmston 40-- Crooke Bennett tendent hopes to decide soon here to So vociferous was the applause laying forces will le concentrated and many valuable papers were destroyed Sea locate Life will acquire new zest and cheerCQRKESPON PENCE he gave a light and graceful encore it is thought by the last ot this month In Owen county the family of a Mr E ret body knoM that the Mater works that if you will impel your fulness return alxiut gi ing his aweethearta pn tv flow- everything will be completed to Versailes Watson consisting of his wife a babe Bsaau couijiaiiv Mas long ago organ ized and liver and kidneys to the performance of The rebuilding of the Marble creek bridge eighteen months old and a boy of eight Lexington Mrs Jenkins from Marion Kansas their functions Dr that Mork is in progress The tower hr er J H McLeans Liv seven miles from town which work has years were burned to death in their is the sweat of Miss Minnie Btowe now reached height of forty feet THIN COLUMN er and Kidney Balm will stimulate them delayed considerably on account of home during the absence of the husband been Mas Lilian Fairchild has returned from to healthful action 100 per bottle Hand Coincidence There is an editor who knows all alniut the failure of shipment of iron has caused and father Illinoia where she went to v dt her Friday nights train brought two brrss moles lie dislikes moles whether on track laying to cease at that point and in Tlie Louisiana Legislators adjourned mother Hose bands from Lejriagton a white one for his face and neck or tearing up Iis yard all probability they will commence at sine die last night Among the bills ap- Â¬ Mhu Jennie Lester has returned from the cyclists tournament and a colored He knows precisely how to catch and Richmond very soon and work this proved by the Governor was one requirÂ¬ Cotton Lisle thread and silk hose for a visit to her cousin Mrs Nuhro of one for the I 0 I parade and picnic kill them He is perhaps as great a ter- way The grading between the above ing all railroads in the Suite to furnish Ladies and Misses Leaington eitv and Irvine will be in good shape for Saturday near the same time they headed ror to moles aa a coon is to lame ducks Urmston 40- - Crooke Bennett equal but separate accommodations for Mr Joseph Hill from California who their resjective partial and marched in A robust mole with portions some track laying when the road reaches white and colored passengers The damp and decaying vegetation of has been a gneat in the family of Charles the same direction and played the after- thing like the court house has been bulg- Richmond KicholotrilU Journal One hundred victims of the opium Lester has left for Philadelphia regions newly cleired of timber exposed The dam of Allerton is liussie Wilk noon in hearing of each other At night ing about his yard for a oonple of is sure to breed they again played in hearing of each oth months or more Without the knowl- full sister to Birdie Wilkes the Herndon smoking mania are now confine on lrof and Mrs Dodge and Miss Nannie to the rays of the sun mare of this place The suckling colt of Wards Island New York City in various A narwhakni attended the Assembly at malaria Dr J II McLeans Chills and erand to mend the matter the Kichmond edge or even consent of this marauding stages of insanity Fever Cure by mild and gentle action The nnmlier of vicStar band located at a point midway Lexington remaining the entire season and hilarious mole the editor decided to Rirdie Wilkes is exactly the same breed will radically cure 50 cents a bottle and tims of this vice has ln en increasing with ing of Allerton The Stock Farm my them and attempted to frighten assassinate him Upon the first opportunity Prof Wright attended the Coniinence guaranteed I3- Allerton is one of the two famous colts frightful rapidity during the last two or Iwrth parties into silence or out of town But it looked for a long while as if the nient exercises at Oln rlin and also his C V7 Williams brought out last three years Donelson has a quantity of new SulMe dont knoM which but succeeded time would never come Finally aliout that class reunion it having been just a In response to a very general demand ter of a century since they received ipiar kies Surries and Buggies ot the newest merely in repeating the great Louisville a thimble full of fresh earth w is seen to year By many good horsemen be was their and most popular pattern and at very tornado bob up near the corner ot the ouse It regarded the equal of Axtell He ws for a popular edition of Walter Besanta diplomas very severely campaigned in 1889 and well known novel AUSorUamd Ctmdititmi 5- reasonable figures Had our colored friends heeded the ad- was in an open space where the brickPrincipal 15 s Hunting isaoending Towards the close tf Mem Messrs Harper A Brothers an vice of the IVrea student published in last layers and the carpenters and the every Â¬ took 8 record of 21 Advle in Mothers his summer at the School of bBBfnUBBBJ Mra WnrsLows Soot msoSTRCpjhonldsIwsys weeks Climax they Mould have employ body elseters had worn the grass away of the season he became very lame and nounce the immediate issue of that work ha used when children arc i ntting teth It re 1 nauxanqua i ake aut is putting in uevee the liltl- - soffererit once it produce natural ed the Star liand and saved the exjiense and tramped the ground as hard almost it was regarded as doubtful whether he as the next addition to their Franklin ai aolid work in advanced Latin bright quiet sleep lUidlhelittlepherubnwiiliesaH would ever again be lit for a public per- Square Library of the Lexington m ind jammers but they as a pavement But the fresh earth ip pleawmt to tale It mi a button it Is soothes the child BorteTiBThcpum formance This year tliere have been allarsall pain didnt The barn of Jno A Iean in the Buck Â¬ Atross the Mountains to the Sea cd upfrt Intervale of about a minute rec lutes the bowels and is the beitknOTrn remedy for diarrhepa whether arising from teething or The editor breathlessly drew out his big conflicting rumors about the condition of eye neighborhood destroyed by lire some Grand special excur don under the aus- Â¬ The Cyclists Meet lwenty nye cena a cotue leg Latterly it was reported that it nignts ago was quite a toss witii no inwith which he sometimes writes hi pices of the missionary society of the The annual meeting of the Kentucky knife was in bad shape and that be could not surance The ell of Mr Jas Wards resi- Main Street Christian church to Old editorials when the scissors are misdiv ion league of American Wheelmen placed and stealthily approached the start this year Immediately after this dence near Buckeye caught fire by a de Point Comfort Va via old Kentucky DKIXKKNNKSS L1UIUK HABIT Ia all was hell in Richmond on last Saturday cornea the account of his great fective flue and burned on Saturday last the World there is hut One Cure spot lie lifted the murderous knife route N N v IL V Co K D Tues seventy five bicyclists being present from mile in 216 at Independence Iowa on Dr Haines joden Spec ilir aloft and with a plunge like a Spaniard Lawtr Cogent July Ll ls 10 SI round trip from day Ixiuisville Covington Frankioi Lexing It cm ii Btvea in a crip of las or eaSBM the Williams kite shaped track This fight thrust the ugly weapon Capt Wm Herndon our Common- Â¬ Lexington and all stations on the If K without the knowledge of tie person tnkiiitf ton Danville Nicholasville Perry ville in a bull performance against time lie liccily an inch into the hard ground was M N Co E JU and low round trip it eSkctlBS patten is aiiiid nriMMM cure wealths Attorney left on Monday for imxlt nite drinker or aad other pointa At the bashanaa meet- aliout half whether Hie skinned his hand grunted at d kuaaed made the thst half in 10ft made a break Mount Clemmons Michigan a famous rates from stations on Ixiuisville ft Nash- Â¬ nn alcoholic vmak Thousimds of drunkards ing A J Lamb was unanimously renomand bushed in 16 Friday week be luive baas cured who have liken tin- lioldcn But the mole oh where where was he health resort where he proposes to spend ville BaHroad Cincinnati Southern Kail specific ia their eoflfec without their knowl inated for Chief Cnnaau and i E John Hunk they ijult Irinkin-j of iin The truth is there wasnt any mole worked a mile in 215L la t half in 10 a few weeks in trying to rid himself of way Kentucky Central Kaihvay and MBS ownl lo daywill No harmful rtK ct re free son of Louisville for Secretary and their A day or two afterwards he worked a half for taro around there and hadnt been Cures muiran-ti-ithe last vestige of his old enemy rheuma Louisville Southern Railway A superb sult from its td ministration full piniculars Treasurer Ed Croniuger of Covington He was lame when he Blade Send for circular and weeks A little investigation revealed an in 104A tism Laneatti r RccweL ly equipped special train with Pullman Address in omtldeiice Ooidex Sfucimc Co as nominated for Vice Consul by acclaMcilenry who is 17 lb ISo iiace St Cincinnati U industrious tumble bug quietly poshing his record of 2lo The proposition for the annexation ol deepen and elegant day coaches will mation LoeiaviUe was elected for the up what little loose earth he could scrape driving him says that unless his leg gets Allegheny City to Pittsburg is gaining leave Lexington Ky Tuesday July 88 Kid loves place in which to hold the next annual worse and he does not think it will the out of a crack in the hard ground Best make of Ladies and Misses Kid strength and many of the leading busi lSiKi at 7 odoek P M arriving at Old meeting At oclock The Rutr Wheel is at his mercy But two stallion record Point the next afternoon This the Gloves ever in tovn Every pair guaranThe bloody war that might have raged men aeaded by Mr A I Kafir tod the have records as tow as 210 ness men and capitalists of the former city in interviews published in the Pitts- Â¬ cheapest eaeuiaaqai of the season will lie teed Crooke Bennett Ac Urmston on down Maiu Street and out to between the town ond county over a the Fectioiieer filly Manzanita and the run at such a time as to otler a splendid 40-the Fair gnmnd The crowd at the conflict of authority in regard t j running unbeaten Edgemark Manzanita made burg Dispatch strongly indorse the an- Â¬ opportunity for iinishiiii the heated term the town clock according or not accord nexation scheme grounds m immense and would have Hume are agents for first Bcrnam and Edgemark her record September go- Â¬ Tickets will lie ing to standard time has been averted lieen a BBBja one for a g d Fair day Mr W R liana one of I ancasters at the seaside class insiuiice companies Try them seemed his October 19 No The events Mith one exception were Squire Armer was so phathetically apÂ¬ has ever made a record as low as fclftj as Bloat thorough going young business men ing on specs train only and to return on 3i3i Capt A J Laaah of pealed to by sundry fetaoaat that of his early as the fourth of July except Aller- Â¬ sold his remaining stix k of goods at auc- any regular train until August U 1S0 closely contested The quality of the blood depends Stop over privileges will lie granted at own accord without waiting forjudge the Louisville Cycle Club won the Safety ton Allerton was sired by Jay Bird tion and is now ready Uor the road as a much upon the good or bad digestion and any station on the return trip and choice stat cliamjiioiiship and was carried in Chenault to call the County Court dam by Mambrino Boy second dam by Commercial tourist and will start with assimilation to make the blood lack in w heel and all on the shoulders of the gother fir the Council to rescind its order grip next Tuesday with Georgia and of routes from Kichmond Va to Clifton life and strength giving constituent- - use reorge WflkeaHe is an intensely through his Forire given either via Charlottesville or Lmisville boya Heatarted in the half set the clock to sun time and white bred trotter He seems to be game enough Alabama for his territory Lynchburg and Natural Bridge Parties Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Cora slight accident prevent- winged peace reigns supreme once more for all practical purposes and iu addition mile Safety but Smith Judy and John Pierce quarreldesiring to do so can visit Richmond dial and Blood Purifier it will nourish Miss Annie Rooney called on the Squire ed him from winning it also to this he has a level head and can le ed over some trivial matter at the prmary White Sulphur Springs Kanawha Falls the properties of the blood from which and said that 22 minutes meant weeks to Tlie result are as follows depended on in a race at Greasy Lick Montgomery county or any ot 100 Â¬ the famous Virginia Springs the elements of vitality are drawn First Rao Ouemile V Perrin Cin- her for her Joe could not come of evelast Saturday when Judy whipped out a 2 13 nings by 22 minutes as early by standard The surpassing beauty of the scenery is per bottle cinnati first Ed Mathey Louisville sec- Â¬ knife and stabbed Pierce several times RELIGIOUS Wall Papers known to every tourist but no one can time as by sun time Then she Bang the ond Prizes gold medals inflicting wounds from which he bed tire of the giaadtui of the New Kiver little song about Im his Largest and cheapest line of Wall PaSecond Race State championship or- Â¬ Squire that haaialsra Ouflfeac shortly after The divine set vices of The Church canons and the picturesque scenes of the pers in town Annie hes my Joe and it had a deep dinaries three miles Charles Croniuger During the fiscal year just closed the Triumphant are held at the home of Urmston first Ed X5roniuger second Prizes gold effect Mr Noodle called and explained Mr L E Francis cor of Main and I K nsion office issued 151 0 31 certificates Greenbrier Mountain gorges majestic 40- - Crooke Bennett heights and long stretches of valley land that he was like Cliff Fowlers nigger medals Time 101 7 The most delicate constitution can The number issued during the preceding alw ays hawngry anil that he disliked to Third Streets every Sunday afternoon at scapes offer a variety of scenery encoun- Â¬ Third Ban Thin Hemphill Nkholaa 1 oclock ami on every Thursday eve Â¬ year was 14o22 Of the number issued tered on no other railway line in Ameri- safely use Dr J H McLeans Tar Wine 22 minutes longer for his meals than ville first Cpdyfce Lexington second wait Lung Balm it is a sure remedy for Sermon from the during the past year 0itio7 were original ca usual Mr Hayseed dropped in to say ning at 8 odoek Prizes gold medals coughs loss of voice and all throat and pensions which fat an increase of nearly Rev Oeo J Bchweinfurth of Beekford Space in Pnllnian sleepers will be Fourth Race- - Stave chamjiionship Safe that be was an old fashionec early to Illinois read to the audience The pub- loOOO as compare with the number is lung diseases 13 bed and early to rise kind of a fellow jht iK rth which two persons can tie one mile A J Limb first IhnBB sued during the preceding year lic are invited to attend occupy and didnt want to Ik- settin around Parties desiring sleeping car l1 aaJeflariaa second Time A convict named King Bird sent from tierths should In liehalf of those faithful but suffering send in their names at once Fifth Bace -- One mile ordinaries L B them 22 minutes a wailin for bed time Henry county stabbed to death Dick to G W Barney Genl Agent PkesBsai Ed Croniuger nor a layin in lied of mornius waitin people who deem it their duty to go to Perrin Cincinnati first for coxamow church whenever it is open we protest Hardin sent from Jefferson county while Hotel Lexington Ky Children lietween JAMES D MtCKEAUY Is a candidate for Covington second Prizes gold medals for daylight to conic by railroad time Hardin t and 12 years half fare all under 5 re election to Congress f rom the Eighth DisObi man Early Bird complained that 28 against Sunday night service during the at work in the praiita nliaiy Time minutes was a long time to wait for his heated term Probably on Sunday morning wanted Bird to push a 50 lb m eight out years free The pn sident of the society trict of Kentucky subject to the action of Al Sixth Race Half mile Safeties 5U- the Democratic party a church is as cool as any other place but of a third story window on the head of Arnett Covington first Thomas Jefle--ie- s regular morning snifter and that he got at night with a hundred gas jets burning the deputy Marden and claims that Bird tin- Pastor and officers of the Church with their wives w ill chaperon all ier a heap drier while waitin and it took a Louisville second Prizes gold medFOR circuit oocrt clerk EverylxMly will be heap snore to moisten him up t tan it did the church service is of but little use ex told on him Hence the trouble B0M without escort als Time 1101 B O PCCiVELU of Speedwell to a candi Â¬ ice men said cept to remind the sinner very foreibly of well taken care of The State of Washington is said topes-Seventh Ra e Aquilo Cyclers Handi Â¬ under the old plan The for Circuit Court Clerk of Madison For further information address W II date that the people waited to get up by the the exeasrre caloric he will sutler from sess an unknown land 2500 square miles county subject to tlie actiou of Hie Demo- Â¬ cap one mile Taylor Covington first the hereafter Some preachers keep their in extent It is enclosed by the Olympic Koswell O A DeLmg Kev K T Math cratic party 4S- Charles Croninger Covington second slow stamlard time and that their ice churches open from an irresistible desire left at the doors all melted and then Mountains between the straights of San ews or B F Williams Lexington Ky Prizes gold medals they the ice men got kossed and to hear themselves talk Others because Juan de Fuca the Pacific eean Hoods or any Ity Agent of the above roads POB JAILER rdinaries Eighth Race One mile they say the devil never shuts up shop Canal and the Iwisin of Quinauit Lake tie- W Harney Genera Agent of the sometimes kicked for their stii gin R B CORNELISON is a candidate for first of Nicholasvilie Charles Sparks But really to preach these hot summer This territory it is asserted has never Company at Lexington will represent Jailer Of Madison county and Is not suhjJ ct Dan Hemphill of Nicholasville second downright robbery as some called it in nights is to the action of any party but the will 01 the a severe trial to the average Im ch explored by white men and the the Kail way Company not leaving any ice to sjn ak of The Prizes gold medals 51- minister and be is more to be pitied than coast Indians keep away from it on the S F B Moi se Gesjeral Passenger Agent people Ninth Race One mile Ordinaries El gas works men complained that underthe his sweltering congregation It would be Cincinnati Ohio theory that it is inhabited by a fierce Ilergot Louisville first Russell Mays roles they bad to light the street lamps ensible to shut up the cltunh at warlike tribe NEW ADVERTISEMENTS at dark and burn them till midnight and ville second Prises gold medals LOST night and let the members try to keep Three liodies of women were found at Tenth Race Kenton club champion that the standard time gouged them en- cool With the preaching and perspiring tirely too deep Even the rai rood men Johnstown Pa last week all of them be- Â¬ five miles Charles Croniuger first A fcold watch chain was lct between gmniblcd because the peopl- Mere so and choir fanning and perspiring and the ing in the river just above the stone Richmond and Brookstown cither on the Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office gaiion sleeping and perspiring very bridge lazy they couldnt get to the train on Mere the great mass of wreckage An exhibition of fancy riding by Prince Oter Creek pike or Stony Run road at Richmond Ky week ending July 16 little religion is to be gained Mo minis- Â¬ 1S90 Wells of Lmisville closed the most suc time and they were getting no passen ter can preach two good sermons a day in lay last summer They were under the The finder will receive oo reward by Bradford Charles Irvine Charles G water in the sand and all were in a fair meeting of the Kentucky division gers to haul and they wanted the dock cessful returning the same to such debilitating weather aa this Bullard Miss Sarahjacobs Lewis forthwith it was sot state of preservation Only one was ever held Andy Haatner and Harry El setup and Bena Milton it rittf Jones Miss Julia Charles Baldwin identified This was Mrs Roberts wife lanl also gave exhibitions Ixunsville Boon Sarah Jones Mrs Lucy ABOUT RAILROADS Eiison Americas great inventor will Brown Willie Ann Joib Miss Jennie of Howard J Roberts cashier of a bank I took five out of a poaaihlo thirteen prizes DIED Lucas Mrs Donnie Mr Roberta his wife and son all drowned have to fall back on Ganters magic Brooks Lossie tlte McLeod Miss Ellen torhaiu Brooks Mary MrClurv Shelton Then was once a man kr but his IxhU baa not yet been recovered chicken cholera cure Sold and warrantdied in Richmond Mrs George Adams Burton Mantz IE killed one of the lai fugled Breyfogle bat he m ed by Stockton Brooks Druggists Canton Ida Mrs II P Ransom July 14th of conÂ¬ on Monday night of Louisville Miss AlmaMiller Miss Martha in this county out Richmond Ky it Embry Mrs Mary Moore Mia Lizzie The remains were taken to me the largest buyers at the Duncan sumption fteruoon after a tussle of a i the Ellen Neuby Leetier nt Three piers and r interment Heights sde last Tuesday She has done Irviue ye Only Ninety Oats was unusuady Gait a Bro Nicholia John hour The snake railroad bridge at Irvine have bean fin- Â¬ tie buying and selling of real L the 9 year old daughter of H Alice Round trip to Cincinnati from Rich- Gentry Miss CorinePily Miss Lizzie and id fought like a tiger ished day Kauflnian died iu Lancaster on estate in various towns and cities through mond WincheUer Paris and all interme- Gentry Mr SimjisonReed Jacob ive t itteu Mi- would dou to her last Wednesday Rich She was a out tiie country in which a business wo Â¬ diate points next Sunday July 20 iSyo Green Miss Flora Revell Geo W the 9th im from coiling Mr Rena Miss Teresa railroad system Ix xirgton Winchester mans shrewdness and business ability at only 90 cents The best and cheapest Ham Mr Gov of J B Greenleal of this pi niece Hall Rena Miss Resa rhtiag him The snake James Xieho- Â¬ sfuliy demonstated Mrs excursion ever run Irvine Livingston Stanford and w ed it Dont miss it Harris Miss Mary Seahorn II H TO DISPEL COLDS n Is well pleased with her Nicho- - Leave Richmond What town can say a Mrs 710 A M Red House Stevena Mrs Julia Todd R Lz It is an unusually lasville uin Smith Eliza Venerable Willan ie has always 724 Shearer jrija Boone anJ Fevers to cleanse the xiugton and Richmond Railroad Headaches The Ix four feet eleven 735 Ford 738 beth A on Venerable Mrs C M rition carried in Lexington and feystem effectually yet gently when cost- Â¬ had a liking for our town and poop Riverside 741 Rankin 750 Winchester Smith Mrs Frances Venerable Mr C M rattles and joices in its prosperity is impure Fayette county on last Saturday The ive or bilious or when the blood Wheeler Miss Lizzie 803 Renick 15 Austerlitz S20 Cun Scott John Boris Tipicanine ind the county or sluggish to permanently cure habitual nirgham S5 Paris city sn Tickets can be Scott Garrison Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 pm of the Census says dc Commercial Says purchased of agents of the Kentucky Cen- Â¬ ity in the city was atioii to awaken the kidneys and Money order and registered letter hours United States is irritatE Kincaid of the Charles unty nbout b0 liver to a healthy activity without 500 and u the Washington tral up to July the 20th prompt 7 a rn to 6 p m up of Eigs man well known to the fra droad ing or weakl Nhwv This gives Richmond hei it Howakd Managers J B WILLIS - v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ and they are railroads that start some where and go some where They will compete in freight and passenger traffic and gives Richmond the lowest rates work w ill begin at ouce l IK The county went against the proposition Hon Z F Smith and Wm MeClov President and Chief Engineer of the Kentucky ft Cumberland railroad were in town yesterday looking after the interest of an enterprise in which our citizens are deephunterestcd It ieaeupuaad to beild a road from Frankfort to Sparta Tenn by way of Liwrenceburg Sprinield lclanon Columbia and Burksville This is not a fanciful affair but a reality and propositions will le submitted to our peo- Â¬ ple in a short time farfna Newt The wild and woolly Dr Breyfogle who basted loose with meteor like splendor upon the railroad firmament a little while ago but was sudden- Â¬ ly eclipsed by the full moon form of your uncie Bennett Young can now sit idly by and lick his fingers ami watch the Ljuisville Southern cavort Janmnd with the K T V t G while his one legged old Monon pegs away without the valaabk feeders it might have td but for the brainless conduct of its Pres Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ternity here where he worked for many years in the city ami is registered at the Alexander Hotel Mr Kincaid docs not have to appear in the Washington court for a AjirI settlement of the Taullieo affair until late in the fall but Is tinder He has heavy lnind in the meanwhile health and regained much of his spirit and reasonably bofjaa for mauy years yet of IBM if ill in nn in his profession At a meeting of the Court of Claims in April the county levy for the present year was reached hrom 42 cts to 22i chs The completion of the Kentucky Union within the specified time1 however Im posed a debt of S100000 on the county and the court last week met and ordered an additional levy of 20 cents to be made thus fixing it at the same rate as last year Seven bands of one thousand dol- Â¬ lars each will be retired each year for fourteen years and on the fifteenth year the remaining two bonds WfanVabr Dm crat Seven years ago Fleiningsblirg was startled by the assassination of a farmer named Britton Dunn whose dead Inxly was found at his barn door He wan called from his bowse by a noise at i barn and on reaching the barn was murdered Suspicion at once rested on his brother James who profited very Con siderably by his death but the Common wealth could not establish its case The Government offered rroOO reward but nothing caaao of it notwithstanding the best detective talent at home and abroad worked the case James Dunn had bor rowed a pistol the night before and would never account for it claiming to have lost it Ja Dunns examination resulted in his acquittal but his old neigbbon ostracized him and he soon dissipated the blood money he got Yesterday evening a Ban named Vice found the tell tale pistol hidden under the rotten timliers of the barn with two chambers empty the same numlier of bullets having been shot into the deceas ed Newman the man who owned the pistol has positively identified it aa the one be loaned the fratricide James Dunn can be tried for tlie offense as he has nevei yet been put in jeopardy his previous trials having been mere examinations and not founded on indictment His present Mherealxmts are not defi- Â¬ nitely known but no expense will be spared to discover hip He has lieen heard from Mithin a year and he is al- Â¬ most certain to be captured The old neighbors of the murdered man are nearly BS much excited over the solute m of the murder as they were at its discovery Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lace Cartaisi- Our Lace Cortain stock is complete WE INVITE THE SPECIAL ATTENTION OF THE- - 1 Â¬ LADIES Mr E A Sheets representing Messrs HENIIY A NEW LAND CO of Detroit Michigan presenting a complete line of 5- Â¬ London Dyed Sealskin -- i3 AND OTHER Â¬ ELEGANT IMPORTED WRAPS - And Fine Fancy Furs will visit Richmond and will be pleased to meet the Ladies of this city and vicinity at the store of H J STRENG Â¬ Â¬ JULY 21 22 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with a view of consulting with reference to requirements in this Hue for Fall and 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Winter 1890 91 We extend a cordial invitation to fiJt all to come to this Grand Display 1 Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ H J STRENG Jessamine County Fair ay Â¬ i Go 90 Â¬ 6-- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT Â¬ Â¬ Nicholas wille Ky Aug 13 - 14 15 - -- Â¬ THE FOLLOWING PURSES WILL KIltST HAY BE COMPETED FOR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ii i ycar olds and under itrottins J6CUiss trolling SECOND DAY S year olds trot 3eua Purse Iu IJBM July Two tin f ier cent In siurt follow- - Â¬ Tlie stakes ami punwaara mi i 1 second and Purse Purse XI to 1 Â¬ Â¬ li iaeias3 THIIU DAY lass Home Â¬ muiiicauoa 9 Class ids of the rarm - 50u Â¬ W F DICKt le K four-year-o- ld ol Â¬ AT COST MACKINAC THROUGH CAR LINE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Poliic P hi i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 30 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Cars daily between Cincinnati Dayton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and all principal resorts of the Ipper Peninsula DRR 01 Michigan via the C H and Michigan Central to Mackinaw trains leav- Â¬ Sleepers will be attached ing Cincinnati at ooo p m daily except Saturday returning leae Mackinaw at 9 a m dailv except S nu The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets via this route composed A Large Stock ci Ir favorable and well known Davton R R tlie Cincinnati Hamilton and Michigan Central Rymust be appar Â¬ ent to all lirst class travel No otht can offer such advantages as to accommo- Â¬ dations and route allowing stop over at Toledo and Det oit then continuing your For journev to the most lovely resorts on the American continent For pamphlets pertaining to Mackinac Island and other summer resorts reached bought out the PALACE of I this HAVING GOODS STORE on First via A D hne write totoany agentMcConi i k EO H R R or we offer AT COST ftir General Street No and Ticket Agent No THIRTY DAYS the ENTIRE STOCK joo West Fourth Street Cincinnati O We know we can make it to your interest We to call before purchasing elsewhere very kindly invite you to call and wili be It costs you glad to show you our goods 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 GOODS NOTIONS CLOTHING SHOES and many other goods about NEW BUGGIES which we have not time to tell you in this But what we weeks advertisement NEW PHOTONS have we are going to sell cheap am but if you do for Dont you forget it First Cet it drop in at the Palace No NEW CARRIAGES We Street and we will remind you bought lluse goods lower than they can NEW SURRIES be bought for anywhere else and we can else U sell them lower than anybody NEW SULKIES Yours Truly selling 1 30 DAYS Commencing July ist there will be tablished a through li tibuied es- Â¬ Pulnan an h kg Mere CARRIAGES Â¬ Â¬ RAMSEY FIFE My vehicles are nil new ami of the very ey are kw sale ou the most rentouable terma If you want a vehicle come and nee nae and yoti wont g- home with 5 ON JOHN 1 I - -- New Ice Firm in 1 1 i Â¬ 8o i- d up an ICE DEPOT We have or Lrm the rear of Ciooke Bennett stons Dry Goods Store corner Main and Second Sts and are prep 1 red to throught the furnish ice continuously season Your patronage solicited RaaatithirTj RICHMOND ICE CO I have a few lot n Fifth Street M II Stockton M 4 ready for wile Then lots are baaaBnV fully located on high mil gently nll Ing ground and ar naMered by ev erytsidv aa beii brat iueaued ot auy in the liuildniceboaMB All persons arc hereby warned against hunting fishing gathering fruit riding or will do well to exaaln these I 1 tha market st otherwise trc passing on my farm near will only place a le -R Clays Ferry in Madifon county Ths present I have a law will be enforced against alt violators at Dr Poyntz office J B SIMPS T S BfcONSTON City Lots forSale POSTED mm a AWAY 1 ean not say aad I Vast he is dead He is Just away I With a caeetj smile anil aware of the hand c ha vandercJ into an unknown land And HA as dreaming bow very fair at Weds arast be stace he llosers therm And yon Ot roa wao the wfMcst yearn Fur the old time step and the gla i return Thrnc of him tartar on as dear la the love or There as the love of And loyal still as be rare tbe btowa warrior strength to Ma ooontrys toes Mild aad till not say I card much for tbe party Im tired and sleepy enough to stay at home but His arms went up over bis bead be yawned fearfully and said to himself I most be careful not to yawn at Mrs Van Boras ball aad I will if I dont shake off this drowsiness Ive been losing too much sleep of late - that IK Boots S BOOK - DEALERS be- ALWAYS Yes AHEAD HERE WITH CLOTHING THE FINEST LINE r IN and He yawned again and again The pa per ho had taken up fell from his bands and his arms dropped listlessly at his side Sloes flats Caps tells as bo was brave lore of his life be i rare where tbe violets rrew Pare as the eyes tnoy were likened to -- ehaa of his hands have strayed rvDtly as his lips have prayed When tbe little brown tbmah that harshly chirred Was dear to him aa tbe asocktaf bird And b- pitied asmuch as a man In pain A writhing honey bee wet with rain Tblok of him still aa tbe same I any lie la ant dead be Is Just away 1 when Mrs Browne yawned and opened her eyes to find herself lying fully dreasod on tbe sofa in the dark She Tbe handsome little ebony and gold clock on the mantel was striking ten FOR THE MdS Summer Season with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our SUMMER We entered the market to sigSTOCK nalize the coming season by a stock which in its magnitude should mark an event in We have the history of all openings succeeded beyond our expectations The goods are now in and placed on the shelves We can show you the largest selection of GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Better Goods Largest Variety and EVERY were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all Hardware STOVES M DEPARTMENT IS FILLEB WITH BRIGHT It is m - GOODS Tinware and Cutlery IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE BY Spectator A GAME FOB TWO Why Mr Gibson Browne Didnt Go to tbe Party 11 nmnnsft to soil hot for orrtnrle awvAl ml VrnfVi frn fViic SnriiifrR friulp Fl 7PA at lower prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the Uf Ifcl il Ul now Snrinrr stflftk Nft ni attar how hiVh tho nhino of Jv - vrnir y xQ Ji iiiovtij5 v 0 JUBUVC nf inoninir mir vi j M jvnfl Wf desires WE CAIN SUIT wWvla JT AND MRS 7i or OIUSOK IROWNR tnwiaurh JTA married that rose slowly groped her way unsteadily there were va-y lous things to tbe mantel in the darkness found a match lighted the gas and said to her about which tiny did not agree young married self as she did bo Hundreds of other How queer my head feels Just like couples havr mudo the same discovery and alth pb it surprised and shocked it does after Ive taken an opiate How Mercyl if it isnt ten oclock them they iiavo been too wise to allow could I have slept so long And Gib- Â¬ wreck the happiness of their mar son it to I feel like a guilty wretch for do ried live It but I was determined that he Mr and Mrs Browne were thus wise ing should Tbey masted no time in undignified and justLouise not go to that party and unprofitable wrangling over their dif Why Gibson ferences of opinion but neither of them His voice sounded thick and he had yielded one jot or tittle to the other his thrust They simply kept silent on all topics both fiststtiem as intoleanedeyes and was be back in his rubbing on which they should disagree differ- Â¬ groat easy chair Happily also for them their What time is It Louise ences of opinion were in regard to tbe After ten dear minor things of life and although it is You been asleep all the evening the little foxes that destroy the Yes have you vines their little differences did not guess destroy their worldly happiness each for I I party so and why its time the of them being blessed with abundant long It would take good nature in spite of the firmness of youIts hour past time an to dress opinion that made them decline to yield Browne sat for a moment staring one to the other dropped Mrs Gibson Browne was a High blankly at his wife She had h Episcopalian while Mr Gibson suddenly into a chair and was staring as blankly at him no was inclined toward Unitarian y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sincere- iil tf each ovoer ioutiu ore ad been many months 11 al Ladies9 BDOVM SAT FOB A MOMENT STAKING J1LAXRXV AT nifl WIFE Shoes 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 Latest Styles Youre iuu or square ueanng Dcst gooas Diggest assortment ana lUllWUUl RISE Hi COME Guilt and SEE US II C01K MILLHUFF BUSH PEBFECT Ladies Made Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a 3 Shoes in all Styles especially for us by Ziegler Bros Jisl as Wttat as Siriif WHETHER II IK OR Bill is PL0WS PLOWS Wo have the GALE CE1ILLEI 2 and 250 LADIES SHOE COVINGTON We have added to this line which for stvle and durability has no equal We have the largest stock of SSiO W Main Street Near Hotel Glyndon MITCHELL the best plow made also handle the STEEL PLOW which we befit Buy it try it and you cant deny it W Bigr r Mens Boys Shoes Ever brought to this city prices ranging This is the best line you J to f 7 can get anywhere Give us a call before buving elsewhere and be convinced Weal so make special mention of our MENS 3 SHOES Childrens and Infants Shoes in great abundance and your interests will be guarded in buving them from us Our stock of LOWSHOES and SLIPPERS is the prettiest you ever saw If you are not ready to buy call and examine and be An immense satisfied this is the place stock of WORK SHOES BROGANS and PLOW SHOES in fact we have made untiring efforts in every line of our Shoe Department and we think the climax has been capped from i Our Summer Styles Are Now Heady Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market and the MOLINE TONGUE AND TONGUELESS CLLTIVAK IBS Injun Plow THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL Is the best made we carry a large stock of them Your Careful Inspection Is Requested WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF BACK BANDS HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES AND LINES Also full sets or ism but Mrs Browne did not become a Unitarian nor did Gibson renounce his and become an Episcopalian and rey were happy as married folks See here Louise See here Gibson Did you dare to Did you dare to Give me an opiate Give me an opiate Mrs Browne was decidedly opposed Yes 1 did to all operas lu which there was a balSo did L Mr Browne was fond of a let while For a full minute at each ballet purely because of the artitlc ef other and then boththey stared a ring Â¬ burst into fect it gave to operatic scenes and he ing laugh lelt like went to the opera whenever you dare tell it to anybody But doing so and did not annoy his wife by Gibson dont telling her any thing about it you breathe a word of it And And when Mrs Gibson wished to do Louise dont I It it was j rfortly prop any i I Never fear h Gibson did er for her to I shall keep mum enough about It not approve of it she sin ply and quiet Nevertheless I know all it and ly did it and Gilon was none the wiser so do you Zenas Dane about Yankee in Mr and Mrs Blade Glloon Browne x rj ified tLe old ad n age bllenc The Traveling stones 1d at the breakfast table Tbe curious traveling Stones of Mr Browne said Australia arc paralleled In Nevada My dear dont forget that the Van Tbey are described as being perfectly party to morrow round aliout as large as a walnut and nig of an ivory nature When distributed it replied Mrs Browne about on the floor table or any other her eyes from her plate level surface within two or threo feet of wit bat dress shall you wear begin each other tbey Immediately I am not going replied Mrs traveling towards each other until they calmly meet at a common center and thore lie ng Mr Browne dropped huddled up in a bunch like eggs in a Mb knife and fork in surprise nest A single stone removed to a dlv tn not tanoe t upon being rah VY not returns to tbe heap but if takes uuay rry reasons Gibson Best as- - five f as motionless It is need ones And Id less to ay tbat they are largely com her posed lie iron oro Bfc Loils go my dear Bepu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And everything necessary to hitch up Our Hat Stock is Compleis Consisting of Stetsons soft Summer styles Knox stiff Hats recently received they See what style columns of are dandies New York papers say about them In addition to the above named goods which we havent space to mention only briefly you can get Laundred Unlaundred and Socks Woolen Shirts Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear in profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention We now bid you come and see Attractive prices our attractive goods that tell their own tale of cheapness Attractive bargains bound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all GROOKE BENNETT X URMSTON Wagon HARNESS WE HANDLE ALL DRY GOODS AND- - Farming and OF Garden Implements IvITS And the CELEBRATED BUCKEYE REAPERS and MOWERS 1 MERCHANT TAILORING tJkV We keep on hand for inspection a number of WAGONS the best ROAD CARTS that roll the pikes The Square Dealing House WALLACE Sccessors 44- BOGC S Rice suit you BTin and Call m Rooffing a Specialty see our Goods and Prices and we will - to Wallace RADAMS Microbe Killer -- AT THE I 10000 WORTH J W C FITZPATRICK I CO NEWEST HATS Main Street Richmond Ky Iduataee fact that 1 dont wish you to in their married Jntgo Mr and Mrs Browne engaged in Tbe Melon Trust Busted The Melon Exchange which ara formed by hading growers with a view to rcg tput and mak- kiletS bus gono PIER 100 HAG AM HAVE BESIDES HEGULAR LINES OF ABOVE UHACQUAIirTED WITH THE GEOG3APHT OF THE COtTiTTBY WILL OBTATJf MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF ft lent Forrester says tbe movement succeeded in killing it by fulscly representing it as a Main St Richmond Ky trust At Lightning dm inu thun- ru a aeg llill Itubb uck by lightning and instantly killed the bolt enlerinc bis forehead went Rhreagh his entire body None of Ms ilotliJn was disturbed except both of his shoos which were torn from his Peculiar Freak of Also a lull line of the purest and freshest OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER DRUGS mint Jmi le Had TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES PKRFOMERY BRUSHES BOATS Ac m CHEMICALS The Latest Styles in Goods and Make tool his asms wrxi up ovKii ins hi AD Â¬ The remarkably high temperature of hu been followed by very cold weather on Mount Washington N II The mercury went down Wednesday evening to JT degrees and ice has form oi on all exposed assess Tbe wind is Letting a btiff pale from the northwest Wyoming a State is a Mate by the signature of the President afbxed on tbe 9th to tbe bill foi its admission No further action is needed by the citizens Tho new Senators and tbe Kepresontativo will be elected so as to take their soots in Decssal Five Degrees Below Freezing oA LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODSD Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion ilH a boated discussion Mrs Browne firmly refused to give her reason for re maining at Lome and as firmly insisted on Mr lirowne remaining with her There was in fact a good deal of firm Mas on both sid s Mrs lirowne did not resort to tears Md Mr lirowne did not rage unp-cntl1 Patent Medicines FAINTS OILS AVHITE LEAD Ac Wyoming GREAT REDUCTION IN SPRING GOODS THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC MILWftY STATIONERY School Books A and fumo and ijse manly lan- Â¬ guage lie n vor did t their voices arder and colder every moment om the table Mrs Dmwae said decidedly ill not go Mr Browne to wblcL Mr ataaM replied with equal decision Indeed 1 shall go Mrs Browne But be went down town in a more un- frame of mind than ho bad at a married man such a look of face and be knew Rjy U iat Hra lirowne was a very aetorminea woman trot nc was doggedly determined to resist hor oppo-il lie would go to tho party 1 guess shell hardly bide my dress Iut banged if I feel suit be said like putting it on and marrhing off before her very eyes Im afraid therell be trouble if do But I shall go all know what Ill do Yes tho same if sir Ill do it Well have a big laugh High Tariff on Cattle The Superior foundl of Agriculture at Parts has approved proposals of tho Tariff CeTinission increasing the duty on live oxen sixty four franc on cows forty eig and on beef four francs per hundred kilos BRILLS SHOES popular day by day pair guaranteed 30- - competent Pharmacist to compound prescriptions This new and excellent 250 shoe is equal to any 350 shoe It grows more and more Every Everybody likes it that tries it For men and women Save money by calling on Including main lines branches and extensions East and West of the Missouri River To all points East North and Northwest Ri om Kansad FUYSLJS0011 Island Davenport Dos Moines Chicago and via ALBERT LEA BOUTS to Spirit Lake Plpeatono Worthinwton Sioux Falls Water town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns and cities It is the short direct route In connection with lines flrom St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points converging at Kansas City h also constitutes It traverses vast arses of the richest farming and grazing lands in the world forming the most popular and economical system of transportation to andspeediest cities towns and sections in Kansas Co- Â¬ from all lorado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining Chair Cars between Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson Dodge City Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson and Pullman and Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool in summer warmed ty steam from the locomotive in winter well ventilated and free from dust leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily oa arrival of trains trom the East SniwutlJas Chair ipsrant Day Coaches Pullman Palace Sleepers and Reclining Ltn Cars RUNNINa THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to EtSISf C0010 Springs and Pueblo making stops Dining Important in Â¬ tervening stations In Kansas and Colorado Superb only at Hotels at convenient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious miialfi at seasonable hours and at moderate prices Â¬ THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROffl THE MISSOURI RIVER Population Full oessssa returns from Western WasLinjrtonibow a population of2i000 illation of Eastern Wa- iugt on 1Juki making a total popula- f the Mate 35000a A Washington POWERS I IU1I Shcessobs to 0 E Smith 39 29 WA -- POWELL aww Hay jrtJW MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Foot of Snow The Euauine Valloy Switzerland is covrol with snow to tbe depth of twHve inches nei esitatlnfr the use of slets The temperature is two degree stag point A VERLASTINGLY Mm WILL Ciulj fair bicialiu TENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT harvest will soon be here To Manitou Certainly Bring Success RICHMOND KY SEPT 16 TO 20 I89O The following bUkes and purses occurred at Baden twelve miles from San Francisco near v in San Mateo County writ afterward although it wouldnt A be much of a laughing matter if Mrs ng fifteen people was Browne knew I intended doing it ltut v a train The people were tossed in all directions Six were killed Ill do it sure as gun And when Mr Browne went home to oiitrijrlit and the otlu rs were injured tea tbe next evening there was tucked International Monetary Union away in bis vest pocket a little phial containing a colorless liquid be bad just The 1residint has sent a communica purchased at the drugg mending favor 8he often puts a drop of this In a iRile actios on the resolution of the re I ongress favoring glass of milk or of water and takes it ent lau- when she cant bleep or when she bas a in international American monetary toothache he said and it never fails jnion so send her right off to sleep Now Ill VCboel- - rlrfue ananage to put a few drops of this in tier show a whecl hous la At 1 always lies down for tea U n which allows a littl- while after each meal and shell aso by Isaac I be asleep before ten minutes to- a lesalier uioa to turn very short It about one fourth of an night sad I an dress and be off is mad those keen eyes of bcr upon mo without Â¬ II 1 Sx Kliyt lerribli by a Train Pikes Peak the Garden of tbe Gode Cascade Green rails lano springs the mountain parks minin camps and cities Mountain sanitary resorts hunting and fishing grounds and scenic attractions of Colorado Its Vestibule Express Trains are equipped with every modern improvement that cen add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment Tbey also maJce close onnneottons at terminal cities In Coloradodn Union D potd with the Denver and Denver Texas and Fort WorthRio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacific and all other lines H For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders issued mentnly or further deairod kaSmSosB address Western Trull E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN 6earal Kaaagw CH I J AG O ILL Oeal Ticket Paea Agaat THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE other stocks are w I1ILST we always keep incom- WILL CLOSE JULY 15TH 1890 plete a full and complete stock by buying all the year round new goods being received daily Trices on everyMidthing never so low as now summer prices on everything We can save you money on everything in the line of Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Glass Wall Tapers Window Shades Ticture Frames Mouldings Curtains Toles Carpets Etc See our 50 cent Shade on Spring RoHer com tkle It is a dandy and ai cheap We know hat we will as dirt have to otter you big inducements to secure your trade and we propose to oiler you everything in 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 Ever alive to choice of bargains the wants of the people Aery Respectfully GEO M WILLGJNG Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TO BE COMPETED FOR DURING WEEK OF FAIR MbbtIsswB STAKES TXASLIHQ BIASES 50 added bv the Association j mile heats best two in three 1KV1N M SIASES Er 2 year olds 200 added by Association mile heats best two in three PURSES Best three In live btiCiiWSSwJykMjuaMK iiflrii for go I wilL a no found it easy enough to doc tor tbe glass of miik his wife always drank at tbe tea taLK and according to her usual custom Mrs Browne lay down on a sofa immediately after tee sad as Browne had predicted she was uged if I dont feel mean over it said Browne as ho sat in bis big easy chair looking at her and picking bis teeth with tbe gold aad pearl tooth pick she had given him only three days he tore It was taking a mean advantage of she little woman banged if it wasnt Wonder what shell say when she wakes aad finds me gone bbell be mad But itll teach ber mm It isnt net le be thwarted Â¬ it sny disagreeable arguing 200 01 227 Pace i 3S To 3 ear olds 400 o To 4 year olds 500 oc To voo class To 233 class 500 00 700 00 To 227 class 000 00 To 221 class Five per cent to accompany nomination 1750 to accompany nomination June 1st per cent additional to 10 additional which is forfeit 7 50 payable July 15 and to start to be paid on day preceding race Mart to be paid on day preceding race Kivf in fill anit thrii in ktart all niirseti The stakes and panes are to be divided Sixty per cent to first 25 per cent to second and 15 per ceni 10 uiiro as follow- The rules of the National TrottiiR Horse Association All tnals to harness be entitled Overs all trials Anv horse distancing the field or any pait nf it shallapplication to first money only lools sold on nil races Entry Blanks fui nished on Address all lomiiuinications to M B ARBUCKLE Secretary I SHELBY IRVINE Prcsideit 3S 4 atkJsav0Ws s 1YAZOO RECORD 22T And If you Want to get Through Without any Trouble go at BROTHER Once and Get Ton an ALL STEEL TO YUBA RECORD - 224 - 1 2 WHILE IK FOAL - - Deering THE BEST Binder THEY ABE We offer the services of TAZ00 County Kentucky at t the -- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COL- T- Richmond Kemlckv Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY - ape Is like a quar- j ter of a hollow sphere with a flange s for fastening it to ment waeon can be I toned in nearly as sruali a space as a I space usually bogg xj in removed taken to turn v An immense arroi saved land the strain upon tbe wheels is re- I expensive moved by i device Rural New Yorker in -- Organized 1874 - Assets 5675040 JtLV 2ND li- - l W Z THOMSON Secretary J AH E CANTUILL President Db C W HARDIN Geo Agt Db S F GANO Med Directc Calls attention to Its Level Premium Plan of Insurauceand liberal Reran of Prompt ami Reliable Paid up insurance given at the end ot expec Â¬ Policy of life tliu providing disability clause iu old age Policies Incontestable tancy except for fraud or nou psyneut ot premium No restriction as to residence Policies nonforfeitable after three annual payments 47travel or occupation Joe S Bogjs says that he has been running a DEERING BINDER for lour years everj and it lias not cost him a cent for repairs Yazoo UT57 3rold B J Clay says he has been running a DEERING BINDER for ten years and it ist dam Tolaad is doing good work yet Belmoat sire of Nutwood 2ad dam YOTUlg I -Hyiren That is the Kind of Machine for the Farmers to Buy l3i Haroid t 2 Childe REMEMBER that I will have a car load of these six foot DEERING MOWERS I bought them to sell dont forget it I have just received a car load of the cele- Chief BINDER TWINE brated DEERING Â¬ tire of Haul SM 2G8i aad 2- - arformns nso Call and see me next door to the Post Office if im tor T S BU CO