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I 1 5fea jc j xoojq osaifia vU - iMffiaMgffig iffifffiP i 1 I H ft 1 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 30 1890 BURNED AT SEA Wie National Lino Frelgrht Steam- Â¬ LATIN AMERICAN WAB Guatemala Handicapped by Discontent Among Soldiers Sonor Castillanos the Spanish Minis Â¬ ter at the City of Mexico bas been in- Â¬ formed that two Spanish warships have been ordered to Central America SevÂ¬ eral revolutionary hands arc marauding near the Mexican frontier ia iJuato1 tnalan territory Both Guatemala and Son Salvador are trying to mass troops with tho utmost haste but Guatemala finds difficulty in the dissatisfaction of her soldiers A Guatemala special dispatch tlaims that the Guatemalan forces so greatly outnumber the Salvadorians that in the present week the tables will be turned A dispatch to tbo London Times from Buenos Ayres says Early oh Saturday tho artillery joined by some civilians took the first steps to overthrow tho Government The troops and the polico parleyed Firing was opened at Paler Â¬ mo and soon extondod to Plaza Lavallo Tho infantry and artillery with mitrailleuses kept up a heavy firing all the morning The polico fired at and dispersed a crowd around the Govern Â¬ ment House but the people kept firing from housos A determined group of forty men stood pluckily to their arras In front of the Government House while tho roar of the artillery and the roll of tho musketry came nearer and nearer1 A policeman in mere wantoness split an Englishmans head open with his saber and a bystander shot tho policeman down In the afternoon the revolution- Â¬ ary government issued its first decree This ordored the mobilization of the National Guard and appointed Nicholas Menalez chief of polico At 5 oclock on Saturday afternoon two attacks were made by the government troops on citizen batallions The troops were re pulsed both times Policemen and artillerymen are lying dead in heaps Tbo chief of polico Capdeville is wounded Tho Minister of War is reported dead Sharp fighting continues around the artillery barracks Here the cable dispatch to the Times abruptly closes m i m 7girigifigffgriaSiai nfrgnria UfS g VOLUME ATTORNEYS Y A IV NUMBER 7 E T BlKNAM - HUMPHREYS Da HunmnSnanoi are clenilflcally and carefully prepare prescriptions Used for many years in prirau jjracticc with scccessand forover atttr years osed by tne people Every single 8pe CUVlsaspeelslcarcfur the alseaM iuuiit Tae anselOcs care without drugglnc pnrr tar or rcdacuif the and arc in fact and deed the svvereUrastem remedies eftheWorld EKZEK0UM RIOTS a Bloody FIFTY FLRST COiNGRESS bill receive 1 a slight setback in the Senate today being pushed ostde for the bill to transfer the revenue marine service from Hie Treasury to Ike Javy Department The disarrangement 91 tnes3 anl last Ion- - however as the term bill was talten up attain at DclttCU At the close of the debate on the bill Mr Cockrcil ex offered resolutions which were agreed to pressing the Senates regret at the announcement of the death of Representative Wa ker of Missouri and for the appointment of a committee of three Senators to attend the funend Messrs Vest Plumb and Berry wcro appo nt ed and ths Senate as a further mark of respect THE COMMONWEALTH a farmer of Barreton twenty miles from Louisville was kicced to death by tho mules when he went out to feed and care TTORXE1S AT LA W Kr NTICKY No 11 MOVB er Egypt Destroyed The Terrible Details of Transaction- - First SMmn VAsnivn roif July tl Ptsatt The tariff WiixiF Haidiv son of T V Hardin iiflin Burmunfc Euildiiic First j A SULLIVAA A T T RXE VAT LA - H ust or rmKctPsi aos f Fevers Congcstton inflammation Fever Worm J W train Worm or Teethlngof Colic Rkhnoxd - Kentickv irst Street same lis formerly k 1b- mil JihIkc Miller loweix TTORXE1 KhumoM A ii A - T LA IV Kentickv Secoml street 13 roan Coiifra ricullBreathhig 14 Salt Bheam Erysipelas Eruptions 15 Kheamatisai Kbeumatlc 1 1 li lever and Ague Chills Malaria 17 Piles Blind or Bleeding l Iaiarrh Influenza Cold in the Head VO Whooping Cough Violent Coughs 2 aersl Del lt Physical Weakness toagbs old Bronchitis 2 SNesralala Tooihsche Faeeache Siclt Headache Vertigo a JO Dyspepsia Billons stomach 11 Saparessedor Painful Perleds 2 1 2 kites loo Profuse rortnds 1 3 rying Cellc v Infants iimrrifi 01 niinren or Aauiu 5 Dysentery Griping Billons Colic ti Chclersi Mnrbns Vomituig 7 n a li SO SO SO SO so DENTAL BUHGKBY a7 Kidney Disease a NrrTsa Debiliiy 30 I rlnary 32 Diseases of rnknrs Ihelleai t Vi Palpitation 1 00 ung ed 100 3 JR A moxd WILKES SMITH - VEST A L S URGEt X - Sold liy Druggists or sent postpaid on receipt 4 pages of price Da HBMrnBEYs MantaL rtehly liund in clith and o ld mailed free aipli revs M idiclwe Co M8 Fulton St K V lia - Kuivcxf Soilili BuiltliiiK Main Mmi Office 410 lu 12J U liw to 4 UT 1 M 3-nilted lo dentistry SPECI Fl CS With the change of ALL RECORDS BROKEN May iS- J CMOBQAN RICHMOND Main D D S KEXTUCKT il- Hifle taking effect 1590 The Solid Vestibule Trains OF THE Street over Madison Notional W tyELBY own r BCRGIN Kentucky DENTIST Dry OooeU Store on Street formerly occnpicl by Hr Kes- Palace 1 Big Four Route Will be scheduled so as to provide the best and quickest service ever offered between the CREED DD KIRKSVILLE KENTUCKT W NORTH SOUTH EAST The WEST The Crew Kseape After a Nlflit of ThrUl- lug- Danger Four Hundred Mad Cattle Adding to Their Fatal The National Lino Steamship com Â¬ pany received a cablegram Wednesday afternoon conflrniinjr the Are and abandonment of the steamship Egypt The company say On July 15 five days out from New York fire was discovered in the lower hold of the steamer amonr eight hundred bales of cotton Tho batches were battened down and efforts made to smothor tho flames but in snite of all the efforts of tho crew and the twenty two Wle men on board the flrfe burned fiercely and Sreatt t four hundred cases of lard oil which were stored amidships The heat then became so great that all hands were driven aft and the cattle driven mad by the flames stampeded and over- Â¬ run the ship The crew battled with the fire all the nirht of the 15th and at daybreak on tho lGth seeing that their efforts were futile it was decided to abandon the vessel and take to the boats Tho captain and all of the seventy two men of the officers and crew and the twenty two cat- Â¬ tlemen then left the ship in three boatl and after tossing about until 5 oclock on Thursday night the 17th inst were picked up by the oil tank steamer Man- Â¬ hattan from which steamer tho rescued crew are expected to be landed at Do- Â¬ ver Tho steamer Spaarndam which has arrived at Rotterdam and which had sighted the Manhattan and taken on board a few of the rescued men and signaled the news of tho disaster to Lloyds agency at tho Isle of Wight ar- Â¬ rived at Helvoetsluio on the 23th Â¬ office it Klnnell residence Everything 47 itTlMinlng to Hie profession PHYSICIANS Idhim Mi AND CONTRACT VIOLATED The Government Sues to Recover Lands Granted to the Northern Pacific Kail way A bill in equity was filed in tho U Circuit Court at St 1aul Minn against tho Northern Pacific Railroad Company Western Tnion Telegraph Company and tho Northwestern Telegraph Company setting forth that the defendant corporations have failed to carry out tho provisions of the acts of Con gross of July 2 1864 and April 10 1863 in Which the railroad company was granted valuable land concessions from tho United States One of the provisions of the act was that tho railroad company should erect and main tain n telegraph system Subsequently the Northern Pacific made contracts with the telegraph companies and the complaint alleges that tho contracts were beyond the powers of the railroad to tnake or tho telegraph companies to receive and were induced by improper and wrupt considerations and nero against public policy and In violation of the rights of the United Slates Tho court Is therefore asked to annul tho contracts The complaint is signod by Attorney Uenoral Miller Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JK M POYNTZ Kentccky 3- phtsiciax axd surgeon The finest train in America equipped with an Elegant Dining car Service runs daily between FATAL ACCIDENTa Five Persons Fall From Windows Richmond Uinct--s-con- St Louis Cincinnati New York via Tin and Other Elevated Positions Roofs In New fork Street next to Whiles IHiig - Boston E EVANS M I JUrSlClAX AXD SURGEON Kentucky Richmond W Office 8reu 4 Truk 1 7 Geaua Second Street RT J TAYLOR Ki Practitioner ia Medicine and Surgery Richmond office Second K - - Ken Grocery S- Landino navtpnoent at frani Penlral Sin- tion in the heart of New York City from which point street cars and elevated railroads can be taken to any part of the cit No change of cars to 15oton The Srnili western Limited makes direct connection in t nion Uepots with tlilough trains from all western and southern cities - Thos McIIugh 27 years old fell from tho roof of his residence No 259 East Nino toonth street and was instantly killed Daniel Rrenhan 31 years old fell out of the third story window of No 43t West Thirtieth street pd was killed John Callahan aged 36 fell into the bold of a ship lying in a dry dock at Pier 42 and died shortly afterward John Hu ber 30 years old a driver fell from his team and was killed Henry Morse fell from a stvohd story Window at No 44J Ninth avenue and fractured his skull reel over Dyke Absolutely no Ferry Transfer The most complete Ycstibnled FAMILY OBLITERATED Father Mother and Three Little Children Killed He an Express VThlle Going to Church An Trains on the Atnctican Continent run JOHN IL FOSTER daily between PHTSICIAX AXD SURGEON CHICAGO Kentucky CINCINNATI Richhokd GAINED SIX BATTLES in Street im xl iliir to lemons Ask for u stairs residence at our Mam and Tales TICKETS of the aii BIG FOUR ROUTE The Soreess Their tVay alvndorlan Forces Avenue - ia the- Into the Interior IlihiiiR a- entire family Sylvester Golden bis wife and three children tho oldest 7 years of age was killed at Grafton W V yya 1 SI -- Ml - Ill - M D i 1 B JUrs CI A X A XD S i RUE OX Gciil Passenger Agent cAU MARTIN Mat G White IIml Kentucky services to tin nuli- - MiitRw Traffic - CINCINNATI OHIO il MADISON JK S IL LETCUER - PHYSICIAN AXD SIEGEON Rll IIVilMi - Monumntal works RICHMOND KY Kenticky ith liiiiMn Mini SUci 1 UIUUUT at SICIAN A XD S rEG BON Kenticky Richmond W Office iiteniioii given l inn rafsmfaftcal unit iiiiiiimi tons l tissues and fluids a- Unman budg In smith BulMtne on Main Street RCR Richmond i go HOLTON Homeopithic Physician and Surgeon Office over li M Kenticky an iilili I Special attention nf women Hint all dilti- uil at a dis- lltMiicoplliic medtduea scut tc to Kriahtic m Mourn i in i 4s JS EN N 1 N Physician S ft - i I S N Every--Character anii Surgeons RtcHMoMi street Itline si over Kentucky and grade of Monumental Work from lue smallest stone to the mot Itlee Variance 51 - jE AIIIZ PtilSlCIAX Richmond - A XD S I RGEON - mmu mmmii ia iiiitiitail OK MOST ELABORATE Kentucky STATUARY Offlc 2aiVi V Main siieet Burnam IS- tlienaiilt Bnlhlinc up stairs K J M BLACK Our prices compete with city houses Designs furnished on application of Guatemala News has been received confirming reports of the successor the Salvadorian forces beyond tho frontier in Guatemalan territory Tho Salvador A nny has non gained six battles and has captured quantities of arms and ammunition Many have been killed and wounded on both sides Salvadorian forces are now pushing their way into tho interior of Guatemala and are meeting with swe Â¬ at every sup Croat enthusiasm prevails The intention is to overthrow the Government of President Barrillas Ik fore coming to any agreement with Guatemala San Sahador is determined to free her elf from the yoke of Guate- Â¬ mala and assure her own liberty and independence Ealing ra to Sample Ooptes Attorney General Miller bas decided that the 1enmanN Journal published in New York ity was not uinnailablo as a socond clas publication beeuuso it printed upon tho wrappers of its sample copies an instruction to postmasters that if not ealied for by the party to whom addressed postmaster please deliver to somo local teacher The Attorney-General holds that this superscription is fully warranted by tho law which provides that in all cases directions for transmitinpr delivory and for Â¬ warding or return shall be deemed part of the address An Anti Lottery BUI The Post office Department has prepared for submission to Congress a bill to protect the U S malls from prostitution in the interest of lotteries It pro- Â¬ vides against the use of the post offico service by the lottery or any of its agents and refuses mail privileges to any newspaper carrying lottery advertise- Â¬ ments and defines as advertisements the various adriotly worded announce- Â¬ ments by which it bas been attempted to deceive and perplex the postal au Â¬ thorities and avoid the technicalities of the laws Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sunday morning by an express train running upon them while a freight train waa nasin on the next track the noise of which drowned tho rumble of the abpronohiug express and tho engi Â¬ neers warning whistle The father when found bad a child in each arm as he was carrying them All were dead They were on their way to church Fatally Bitten by a Rattler a farmer in Clay Coun- Â¬ ty W Ya while picking blackberries was bitten on the ankle by a rattlo- snake which was coiled up under a bush Fielding was about half a mile from his home and before ho got there his foot and leg swelled terribly Tho ordinary antidotes used in tho country were applied but without avail Tho man died in great ajrony seven hours after having been bitten John Fielding Chicago Bakers ftticdtssfhl The strike of fifteen hundred Chicago Saturday night ended as suddenly as it began Sunday evening nearly all the employers had granted the concessions demanded Tho journeymen have ben working twelve hours a day Saturdays and ten hours other days Ity their successful striko tho men gain a uniform ten hour work day Killed His Wifo and Shot Himself Near Zanesfield Logan County O Alfred Parmenter a young farmer shot his wife in the back and then blew out his own brains with a shot gun Mrs Parmenter lived four hours after tho shooting Parmenter was jealous of his wife who was very pretty and but twenty-two years old Both bodies were buriod in tho same coffin Where th Earth Gives Way Colliery No 14 of the Pennsylvania Coal Company Wilkosbarre was tho sceno of an extensive cave in Sunday some fifty acres being affected As the mine is flooded to drown out a recent fire nobody was underground Tho disturbance to the surface was slight but tbo damage to the mine will be heavy bakers inaugurated PHTSICIAX AXD SURGEON 25- Rkii llon K Ky Imported has ilooKER VETERIXARV SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Specialty OFFICE Heart savor sa Climax office Dil lingham building Richmond Ky Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a For Sale or Rent I UrRe iwo ntorv desire to sell or rent privately the siiusieil on i s firiier ion Ky known as ih Hitfim iruerty 22 H H t OL1 h lt STORE HOUSE iot in JMis - JESSE COBB i Mtf I n season o iSqo at the Fair Grounds Richmond Kv at villi make the SIS 10 INSURE OBB is i I COLI The French Chamber of Deputies by and GRANITE always on hand Call team and driver at a crossing near a vote of 284 to 327 adopted the bill for tnd see me Herrs Station Pa The driver and the renowal of the suxtax on sturar team wore killed instantly A gang of The bill extonds to August 1893 the laborers who were constructing a sewer suxtax of seven francs on raw sugar Proprietor at the roadside became so frightened at Supposed Train Robber Arrestsd the accident that they let go their hold A man named Jennings supposed to on a large castriron pipe The aipe be one of the Burrows train robbers has J A G WILLIAMSON fell into the ditch and upon two men been arrested in Birmingham Ala CITY KNG1NKKK killing one and fatally injuring tho Bulgarian Independence Civil Engineer and Surveyor other A dispatch from Vienna to the London OovorssT Beaver Appoints Democrat Daily News says that M Stambuloff the Governor Heaver has appointed Geo TurnSurveys made for Railway pikes Roadway Estimates given tc R Snowder to be Major General of tho Bulgarian Prime Minister will assem PeiiiisylvaniaGuanls vice itinera John ble the colonels of all the Bulgarian regi Farm drainage Town lxii laid ofF ments and the deputies of the leading F llartranft nd Rol ert P GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Dochert to be it Brifadier GenssesJ if- tho towns at Sofia on August 3 when Bul Lfties retraced Special attention given lirst ltrigade 15th are promotions garia will he proclaimed independent to topographical maps ami plats of from tho next lower grades and both and Prince Ferdinand bo declared King Correnond farms and other land appointees are prominent Democrats enee folicited with parties interested Killed His in aurvev of lands iu mountain coun Opposed to Worlds Far Stte Saterda night Ebeneier Simpson ties of Keulucky Tho nilnols Stat Board of Aqritrl while under the Influence of liquor shot JgrOffice City Hall Richmond Ky ture is protesting aganst the select i n and killed his an old col- of tho Lake front for the Worlds Fair ared iiKin at the tore of Ben Roeser which has already been made Tho on Law Waliinoon Greenville Miss m to claim is that th Lake front docs not af One mf Mexico and Central America ford opportunities for agricultural ex fICMM Tho Mexican Government is sending car wrll eu farlliti hibits Iv niimlvr oof aa-J-- d troops to the Guatemalan frontier It is will Mntll IIFI liirini rr Fngitlrs Deputy Postmaster Caught h loBlltT Mexicos aim to preserve a strict neutIOOK tBMIN in l lit Ilw In irrrti At San Antonio Tex a V S Dobuty rality regarding the disturbance of Cen- Â¬ at one en ma tttrr til to a th fU or roS s Marshal arrested Wm Lindsey who is tral America fctwa i io thaw who mil rvmt iStMims wanted at Helena Ark where lie is ao rs b aad Ksmmlers Bravado Breaking liifa Jim TtlUKIai sused of having emlozzled about S20 ftnoinp of tin News come from condemned Kommlor - Oill ur irir HOW 000 while acting as deputy postmaster - of ir rdur4 to 4 r ih cop rrtrrTWnisll that he is breaking down as ho ap-Â¬ proaches death which will occur In a Siberian Cattle Plague OS The Siberian cattle plague is ravaging few days His bravado is changed to dul koT Alto atf tfcSflNtSnl of If bail W ill fTod bW o iiKttto the province of Riazan Cattle horses nervous horror rr US sylvania Native Marble An express Double Accident train on tho West Penn- Â¬ railway stuck a two horse A Sugar Tax Renewed A D FLORA I- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ m Fatuer-ln-Li- w Â¬ father-in-la- iFREE w il I Â¬ Hi i ID d- IU- H t for the horses Tiik Commissioner of Pensions has ap- Â¬ pointed br A J Roberts a pension ex- Â¬ Tho London News gives the following amining surgeon at PaintsviUe details of the recent riots at Erzerouro Tiikisk are over 55000000 feet of pop- Â¬ On Juno 20 the soldiers were ordered to lar lumber logs at Fords Clark County disperse Armenians who were holding a the largest number of logs said to meeting in a church yard The soldiers have ever been known in one place be began a massacre of the Armenians and fore the Turkish populace joined In tho at adjourned At the ensuing August election tho Hoi e In his prayer this morning the House tack Tho shops and houses of the Rep People of Lexington and county will Armenians Wore pillaged The sack Chaplain feelingly alluded to the death of On motion of toto upon the question of buying or resentative Walker of Missouri lasted four hours The Rritisli ConsuMr Dockery of Missouri by unanimous con Â¬ late at which on ttie samo night a feto sent it was ordered that the vote on the original leasing all the turnpikes in the counpackage till shall be taken to morrow and the ty and making them free Ctt Voting was being given for tho benefit Thursday morning of poor Armenians was stoned and vote on the bankruptcy bill Mr Spenker It has a tax of not more than 20 cents on the Mr Dockery then said 100 gates windows its and Were been but a little more than twelve months Dli M T Scott of Lovinrrron has broken Tho Consul and the members since standing at this very desk I announced of his family took refugo in tho cellars ttie death of that eminent Missourlan Hon been appointed surgeon of the ineinnati James N Burns To day the melancholy duty Southern railroad with Dr E A An of the building and the fete was abanto the House upon me of doned The American Mission served devolves of atotbefannouncing Th gum derson assistant colleague the death Tn Presis says that Lexington has as a refuge for fifty fugitives Numbers summons came unheralded to my friend lion good prospects for sechring the location of Armenians relying on the promises James P Walker at his home in Dexter Mo of Turks to escort them to places of last Saturday afternoon atio clock His death of a proposed international college of resulted from congostlon of the brain The music It says the college already lifts safety were murderod in tho streets House then at 1I5 as a mark of respect So subscriptions amounting to 100000 for Fifty bodies were found mostly of per- Â¬ the memory of the deceased adjourned sons who were bayoneted WAsniHOTOK July 2 Sfmatk The Senate the erection of buildings Throe hun Tiik city council of Paris has ordored bill giving S bcnsitm t sjoio a year to Mrs drcd and fifty persons wert Wounded Jessie Fremont Was reportd from the Commit that standard time be adopted in that and too are missing tee on Pensions and placed on the calendar city The Senate proceeded to the consideration of OVERCAME LOCK JAW Daw EAhfVH fwp of Paris has a hen the Indian appropriation bill and after dispos One Woman Who Was Proof Against the ing of one half of it It was laid aside until to- which only lays every other day but morrow The Senate then adjourned lays two eggs on that day Affliction to day on adopt II It is a general acknowledged theory ing or sr The House decided amendment by a The directors of the Kentucky Mid the Judictary Committees that tetanus usually known as lock Â¬ vote of 3 to 07 to subject all articles of com land railroad will extend their road from jaw Is fatal to those attacked A re- Â¬ merce when Imported into a State or Territory Paris to the Virginia line and are makand there held or offered for sale to the laws ing arrangements to submit another cent case which occurred at Portsmouth This decision was reached Ont proves that there Is an exception of thst Slate amendment prescribing the after proposition to tho Bourbon County size Mr Adams to every rule About six weeks ago Mrs and nature of the ongnal liquor packages had court Doyle wife ot Mr James Doylo a been voted down without much ceremony Sub rRANK anu trdgar uryce agea 14 ana guard in the penitentiary trod on a sequently the Sehote bill as amended was 11 respectively were drowned in a pond passed yeas iJB hays 3 The bankruptcy near Lewisburg Kenton County They nail which made a nasty wound in her bill was considered until adjournment erc In bathing and the younger foot She dressed the wound and shortWashington July 3 Senate The In ly it was apparently well Ten days dian appropriation bill was cons dered A reso- brother got beytrhd his depth In an at- Â¬ after tho occurrence she was attacked lution was agreed to calling for Information In tempt to rescue him by the elder brother and by aches and pains and had to take to regard to the arrest of A J Diaz In Cuba The both were drowned what action been taken thereon her bed At first her jaws commenced President sent bad following nominations to the Four boys Valentine Ruffra Harry the to stiffen and then each muscle in tho Senate to be Envoy Extraordinary and Minis Keenan Burgess Allen and Daniel body one by one became rigid and use Â¬ ter Plenipotentiary of the United States pur Worm of Covington while fishing in less tho teeth clenched firmly She lay suant to an act of Congress approved July 14 the Licking river their boat capsizod IHW Thos Anderson of Ohio now Minison her back for many days paralyzed in ter resident Hand Consul General at Lapaz to and the four were thrown into the water body but sound In mind Her hands Bolivia Clarke E Carr of Illinois mow Min Young Ruffra was sucked undor a barge with fingers clenched were drawn up ister resdent and Consul General at Copen sad drowned The others escaped over her shoulder and every other hagen to Denmark John D Washburn of At Hopkinsvillo while at work build and Massachusetts During Consul Genernl atnow Minister resident Jno Ing a fence the other morning William limb Was perfectly rigid Bcrnei to Rwitrerland many long weary days and L Stevens of Maine now Minister resident Jefferson an aged colored man was the while nights lay facing at Honolului to the Hawaiian Islands George prostrated by a violent sunstroke and she what all thought certain death she Maney of Tennessee now Minister resident at last report was in a critical condition was fed my means of a clay pipe tbo at Montevideol to Paraguay and Uruguay Mc t his home HotSE The contcsled election case of stem of Which was inserted through a Glnnis vs Anderson in Woita has boon commenced on the Virginia was reVt vacancy caused by a lost tooth Gradported in favor of the contestant The House Uurnside and Cumberland River ually she sank until she apparently ap- devoted the day to debate on the Bankruptcy This road is being built to conSpeeches were made by Mesrs Abbott nect tho Cincinnati Southern railway bill peared to be debilitated past all hopes of Texas Prank of Mssourt McCord of Wisbut when at the lowest ebb her jaws consin Perkins of Kansas and others The with the Cumberland river and when slowly relaxed and then one by one her debate was close 1 bv E B Taylor A vote will jompletcd will be operated in connee limbs and muscles resumed their normal be taken on the bill to rrorrow The Appro ion with a packet line on that river and non concur functions She became enabled to tako priations Committee of tlie toHouseSundry Civil ipen up another through line between In all tho civil amendments the proper nourishment and now Is on tho Appropriations till made by the Senate includ- Cincinnati and Nashville and other road to recovery She was attended by ing that striking oul tho appropriation of 17sO points on tho Cumberland river Dr Phclan who says that the case Is a 0Do for the irrigation project and ssked for a Marcus Stuii a patient t the lu conference most unusual one natic asylum near Hopkinsville suicided Washington July 24 Sen ate Mr Morgan Introduced a bill to fix the limit of value the other day by cutting his throat with ORAEED BY HIS BRIDE He was from Hopkins County and to provide for the free coinage of silver a razor Young Girl Journeys From Wales to nnd it was read and referred to the Committee tnd attempted to s ilcide a year ago be Iowa to Find Her Betrothed a Having on Finance The Senate resumed consideration ing possessed with a desire to kill him- Â¬ An nmerd of the Indian appropriation bill Maniac He was cjoscly watched but stole raent which provoked discusslen was one in self A sad case of insanity isreported from 1100000 for the into the attendants room and seizing a creasing an appropriation of Columbus Junction la John Williams support of Indian schools to tl5l0 including iazor committed the deed ere he could is a woll-to-d- o Ho was the construction of a school bnildlng at Block farmer of forty bo restrained engaged to marry a young lady who feet Agency Mont After debate the amend FtitK at Howling Green the other ment was agreed to The next amendments came all the way from Wales to wed were to strike out two Items one of sjji for morning destroyed Morris t Cus dry him He procured the license Thursday the support and education of lity Indian pustore Dines irrcvet ry and and the marriage was to take place that pils at St Josephs Normal School at Rensse- Hamilton A fates jeans clothing fac- Â¬ afternoon but ju6t as the ceremony was laer Indiana and one of fuvia for one hundred tory Loss 522 000 insurance SIMM the Holy Family Indian to be performed Williams went raving Indian children at Agency Montana RejectKawa has been received at HopkinsSchcol at Blackfoot crazy and attacked his bride furiously ed The bill was then reported to the Senate ville frost Trigg County to theeffeet that attempting to stab her with a knife Ho and al the amendments agreed to by the com two boys living near Linton each about was with difficulty secured and locked mitlec of the whole were concurred in and the lixtecn years oi age got into a difficulty up The sight of his betrothed seems bill passed Hot se The Journal having been reavl and iuring which one of them was instantly to madden him and he raves and strugappioved the House proceeded after a short killed gles to get at her The poor girl is parliament iry srangle to vote upon the com PoSTMAsri is appointed for Kentucky frantic Doctors think his lonely lifo mittee amendments to the bankruptcy bill Mrs If 1 Ramcy Charlotte Furnace are principally verbal and Thee amendments on the farm has caused his break down Â¬ in view oi tue met Carter County vko J M Kamey relnroiniai in tneir cnarocicr that the bill had never been read in the House signed J I Irwin jr Creelsliorough Two Hen Killed at a Picnic Tennt demanded John G Harris United States Deputy Mr McMiilin amendment The a separate Russell County vice J McOrider re- Â¬ Marshal and John Cleary were fatally vole on eachhaving been disposed committee moved of on mo amendments Rk iimiiMi counts up 4900 population shot at a Farmers Alliance picnic at tion of Mr Koilly iPa an amendment Was adopted enforcing the laws ot ihe States give g under tin- new census Oliver Ga Tho shooting was tho rea Jiiifii S H Boles has been nomin sult of a quarrel over family affairs wiges for labortho preferei ce The Mite was wnich then taken on ated by the Barren County Democrats Cleary and his father both shot Harris Is known as the vminority substitute bill luntary bankruptcy who returned the firo fatally wounding This was disagreed to yeas 71 nays IS The for delegate to tho Constitutional Con- Â¬ Torrey bankruptcy bill was then passed with vention young Cleary Ilis majority was laro e Tho father started to unimportant amendments yeas 117 nays S4 rido off but was captured by the sheriff JniiN M Smith formerly a prominent YVasiiimtoi J uly is Sen ate After prayer He had three revolvers on his person of the oldest and the q iestton of s quorum was raised by Mr business man and one and all had been emptied most respected citizens of Versailles Morgan and a call was ordered which showed the presence of only thirty eight Senvtors On lied a few days ago Hew York Cloakmikers at Work motion ef Mr Ingals the Sergeant at ttras was DsiM Mt iiiof if ono of LouisAlt the New York cloakmakers who d rect- d to request the attendance of absent respected citi have been on a strike since June 16 Senators In alOiit ten minuies the number o villes oldest and most ions died the other evening Senators had reached the quorum point forty Â¬ have resumed work in all the manufacM CiiisTNur a well known citizen proceeded tofread the tories and shops The manufacturers say three and the Sccreiary further proceedings Journal of yesterday all now they will bo able to meet all con- Â¬ under call being dispense with The revenue af Eastern Kentucky was run over and by tracts The manufacturers recognlzo marine bill was considered until oclock when killeda ro a train near London a few lays the tariff was taken up and debated untl non- Â¬ the union and will discharge all Messrs Vance and McPherson Tiiikvfs broke into the store of Carr union men in their employ reserving sreakin- Brothers at Sherliourn and after blow tho right however to retain the Amcr 111 from the CommitHouse Mr Cannon lean girls who are working for them tee on Approp lations reported tho sundry ing open the safe secured 5415 in cash with Senate amend- and a number of valuables civil appropriaton bll About 0000 men have returned to work At Leon Station on tho Elizaleth ments w th certain recommendations relative thereto On a point oT order raised by Mr town Lexington and Big Sandy railroad A Serpent Shaped Cloud bill was sent A black cloud resembling a ijreat Breckinridge Kyl the and Mr Cannon to the a switch was thrown wrong while a conmoved of whole serpent reached downward from the committee thego Into such cemmntee for Its struction train was shunting One car that the House deno black masses of storm clouds that consideration Tills motion ws antagonized by was overturned and one nejrro laborer had formed during the afternoon and the Democrats in the interest of the privote was killed outright while three others yeas 14 nays 81 moving in a south easterly direction do cilendar but prevailedcommittee rose The were badly wounded one of whom has the molished the buildings of three farmers After some debate recess ihe evening session since died House then took a living nine milos northwest of Marshall Pknsioxs for Kentucky John Boggs to be for the consideration of private pension A child of Felix Dearoau had its Minn bills Nothing was done at the evening session Warsaw Thos J Thompson Bowling July 86 Senate In the Green Cyrus Handley Higdon John W Washington leg broken another had its head crushed to calling for Senate a and died during the night Mrs Deareau additionalresolution was ogTeedthe French de Casted Rilesville las Ballinger Roa- Â¬ correspondeice on was seriously bruised Mrs A M er e against rork A ctncnrrent resolution noke John L Bradford Falmouth Ju- Â¬ Opdahl and child were blown by tho was offered declaring in favor of reciprocity lius F Hay Catawba Same Motley cyclone onto a wire fence and seriously with South America on various articles wool Scottsville John R Humes Nelsonvllle Mr Morgan continued and bides excepted bruised Two of Opdahls horses were Jesse Cook a colored laborer was Mr Colquitt also spoke carried from the barn to a pasture near the tariff debate bills were passed Including killed at Louisville by the giving way Several pension Mrs by without injury Mrs McClellans and Mrs Fremonts of a floor of a new building where ho General Crooks pension was increased from was working Two others were injured lloeo to I ui An American Schooner Lost on the Hakuison SiiKiiitxK of Midway HorsE Conerees The American schooner William Rico original package bill were appointed amend The Senate while hunting accidentally shot himself has been lost at sea The wholo crew ments to the sundry civil bill were considered general debate being in the stomach with a flobert rifle and until adjournment consisting of sixteen persons perished is in a critical condition The vessel was on a voyage from Capo closed Newr Items A siFciM to tho Louisville Times Ann to Ireland The schooner Wm The Commissioner of Pensions has apÂ¬ says Thos Leonard a dangerous crim- Â¬ Rice was a vessel of 120 tons burden W Hall J F Reffar inal confined in tho Eddyville jwmiton She was built In 1869 at Batb and bor pointed DrsA R Stidger as the Board of tiary was killed by the guard the other hailing port was Rockland She was and Georfre Pension Examining Surrreons at Camer- niirht He had drawn a knife and was owned by George Gregory on W Va m attempting to cut Us way through them A South Dakota Judge holds that to liberty Guatemala Declares War Leonard waa sent up for five The troops of Salvador Invaded Guate Â¬ the Supreme Court original package years for grand larceny He was a Cana Â¬ mala and planted their flag upon Guate- Â¬ decision does not apply to that State dian and considered a very desperate malan soil Guatemala was insulted the enabling act for its admission man and declared war The Guatemala having been passed subsequently to the Dennis Shea a brakeman In the Cin- Â¬ troops fought with groat courage at inter State o mnier- c law cinnati Southern freight yards was run Chili aid the Government over by an empt car at Lexington and Cmnuc8 Cootepeque and Chingo The loss was great on both sides On the 24th tho are grely interested in the Worlds had his right leg badly fractured troops of Salvador were driven out of Fair at Chk go Her vineyards aro said Tiik switchman in the Cincinnati to lw wonderful and a notable exMbit Guatemala Southern yards at Iexlngton went out of wine at the Pair is predicted on a strike on tho SM WU1 Fight the Anti Lottery Bill The agents of the Louisiana Lottery Midia d Lodge Bill Company aro moving on Congress pro To B Bsturnei to China It is said the Republican members of pared to fight against the passage of the the Senate Elections Committee have In the U S Circuit Court at Saa bill agreed on by tho Post office Com- Â¬ agreed on amendments to tbo Lodge Francisco Judge Sawyer remanded four- Â¬ mittee of tho House Federal election hill omitting the domi Â¬ teen Chinese who were captured in Ari- Â¬ ciliary visit and jury features that were zona while attempting to cross the Judgs Henderson Dead A Lchanc Wash special announces so objectionable to the Democrats of border from Mexico into the United the House The wholo measure is also States into the custody of U S Marshal tho death of Hon W F Henderson iouf to oo returnea to t tuna Ho was simplified in many important features of Arkansas a Iederal Judge in New Mexico during tho Cleveland Administration Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rail--oad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Turkish Soldiers and Cltisens Massacre Hundreds of IlelnTesS Ariiirnlans EEia a vegetable compound entirely of roots ana herbs from the forests of Georgia and has been used by millions of people with the best results It KEMTUCKYEHTRiL 17 4 BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Qjsstltsl Route from tral Kentucky to All P th East West and South west Purely FAST LINE BETWEEN Lrexington Srhmnlc SUVTH IB Cincinnati rffrrt jhtj No Kx Hans I CURES All manner of Blood diseases from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited blood taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism Catarrh and lib IH9 BurNll Daily r Ive lovinirt L e t SKIH free QKER Air Arr Arr I li is Lextnielo ntlii Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed Swirr Sracinc Co Atlanta Ga lv e Ians A Ive A D HUFF K cliiilolid Arr Hra Arr LavitiicMoti NOUTH BorSP I No Lve Livingston rr Kiehniotiil Lve I ineiister Lv Kietifiioiiit Arr Arr Wind Arr Lve ICX Ive Paris i Ive Ive lltchnonil ml Ive Cynthiana Arr lnellwiit Eton iitlt MAYSV1LLE BRANCH NTIIUEItJHftm DEALER IN WMtTH MHTJID Jsw Yx fully Noil Ive Arr Lve I le lineiM Paris M i Mnami VI arlMe i Watches Clocks Jewelry SilTer ami Plated ware etc Kecial SOUTH BOUND attention given to PETTINQ DIAMONDS Johnson Carlisle Millerabart Arr lins Lexinttoii M svtlle t Ciivmtr Cincinnati AND OTHEK PRECIOUS HTONFS Wo Il and i I linn Monday s uly itel make all stops Hex I Runs daily from Lexington It climnli REPAIRING Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver W8T Parts Ni I 1ik m 1 rxlngton Hwnt a m A A Promptly done ami in a workmanlike Cincinnati TVi manner No 7 ami I Kaliiioiilh 7iu p in Exi epl Nil a Leave Falmsi m w H Sim depot Between John ill July 1st Dont force the place to the Post ortlce Kichmoutl to- next door Ky - ANTEE CHICKEN TKA1N ROTHs Lexington mid Ii between Clneiunul and t Nik 1 mill S III like CM points on the N N i If 1 fer IMPtlltTANT Train of mil depart Iron Passener Station lleelllll fir Through T Io any Hiitit r call on any Kor full p sari of the i umpanyof fr H V I Ml Cli mil ios Chekra Cure It Mi tfse IILNTINlTiiN I K IKK liellcril tMI S K II K I lug 1 lie 11 Â¬ Â¬ MTV inn tti itil Irvxitigttn V UeS iMltll W Vs - DnaulriA Mines I piTTTflTAsT ir UAU lillll warranted and every ire has his name and srlee staaipeil an botiaaa Â¬ AOOS too Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of chi kens die every year from Choi ra It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the m vMm GENaSs 2nr h Mi WPw4 Urn re H75 Â¬ - 1 1 STOCKTON discovery of a remedy tkattsafmrr cures has been made and to be con vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for GENTLEMEN It is guar one hundred chickens CraiaCalf and Laced anteed If after using two thirds of Fine excellence and wesritnr ipialltiesef this Tbe Krntm a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly cannot ne heltcr nbown man it mewearers ot Irs Hintarts of constant satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken merits lraalne Had cwed aa enw Sa OO Z3 Cholera return it to the undersigned SaOO stvlinh itresa shoe which eotasssaas shoe fine calf Hand ewed V elt for rvle aul durabllitr nntfiillland your monev will be refunded SO noilrenr Well is the stanoarl dre a W L DOUGLAS tfrrf epcclaUy i 3 SHOE -- BROOKS SO M SO tad - SO SDH4MA id- PalSreasaaa fcenr- Is OaWD pooaiMAr preI - lr rsiral In - mo ess Id uti n and Lace Â¬ DR RICE For 15 yearvit ijCart will Ptsce m tt rnvnvmllv rvcelvrst snt the recAnt Improvements - make IO anV BOOCS -- oifl a lurs- - errerAsk your Dealer anil if he cannot 3 52 SHOES Ium LADIES rot upplyyon sead direct to factory enclosing advertised pries 0 postal for order blanks W L DOlULAS Hrnckiea Vsss tfc A Â¬ Cares all forms of PRIVATE CHRONIC and SEXUAL Spermatorrhea and Impotency IjIS-EASE- r lArt M mjiimful rll Ad lrHlT qmllSMa pSUtlM His prAeac 11 S- Sold by Jack Freernan a lirlransrif IWWrlW1lfSUMmlUnw ts rwlt r eli AbA la AH -- awl - b miAAl A Cf U to a Hy MH f -- fAl r sahApp ti tiirtSwSjf Al aarr ratrfglHiA lAl lAri Mhlv A4 wl b Ik- - lrrttn-laiplse- -r Afr tq n 5rr riwai u niilawianvT pnt v - atlr Ttrt ettua HT When It i to air care Irt eft to iraarm nt NfArlar- - C Tifit t irjvarwttol taJMf by mail ef rmra f at iitL thai a Ttrm w Mi n i a saa A qtr l swa Mm -- - - ft- - watm tfcfatataatto k l 4reAtGoBrrnca Hr Tmt AMMA- - r4l Tf tV grtn Summer Tours Tout Trip per Wank - M rt trrtflmB of a all Cum G rum teed mnaertkm miultriHtt fiirsaafalTt or kr iKt r ft 1m t - scat prtTalaajr MACKINAC Palace Steamers DETROIT City 8 OaiT Oakland Bona Ivwj Wwk Day Buavaa Cams muA IwwTtM Cbargea r aaottab aiwl Mn ly coa iiaaisal Â¬ Of Of 100 par PRIVATE COUNSELOR ttarty tor any to r wftia OOba to ar fraa hoM he Mwf rt aJ lrraa atartl wtoA AMrvaa br ait Basvlaj a -- H tML st 1AS a Low Rates Btwwa MACKINAC ISLAND athA1BHarSr Iina DETROIT Sa TT AMD fipnlsl TtiinitTTTIri CLEVELAND durlnc JiOj Usaartw PAaHSMLrTl OUR ILLUSTRATED i b ni Kimiraoa A aad your TAckirtTicket wlliadrtrpi nait fay vent or WHITCOM8 Gciet Paav Aotr E Dstrcil iCIetelna Steam iigitiM C DCTAOIT MICH K C T WELLsS B CARtt G T WELLS CO TboOniv Coal Yard in Touu a Only a square from the Coart boaw You dont have to aeud away out to the depot - TAkr feu S3 S IO LtorVHALLTi SCO I - AI loAAt Irom llr il bo POSTIASU Uiss r arrantwd he vyt he by Estill Eric rhtm b ld fauonnr and Bell Borl ladte- - iim mic size siie of dam of Georgette 219 iith rhi and tiifi of ond dan Vara MaaJ ralue Oke piiv ia loftilitr ran secure oa Daw Crockett 3d i un by Canno with kaannnnwaifawrjFTcf Id 11 lu M oar Urgra of aifar hoi er 4H dasn U tt Thru Mmpto to prevent acci Ai care M Wf ci be responsi- or e dents sUalwrfiula tan-I hle should anv ien reserved on Urtr Ufe lor 4 years old weiha close to sec pounds 6ne action and h a model saddle tiirw Is by Mark Diamond 1st FMB ir h Tutlfe Ijorse rijoooo trr w rid V FREE i and sheep are dying by thousands Two thirds of the animals attacked die from the disease To Investigate Charges Against Raum The House Committee on Rules hati agreed to report in favor of a committed to investigate chartres against Pensior Commissioner Raum Canadian Crops Reports from different points through- Â¬ out the province of Ontario show that the crops in the greater portion promise fairly well The apple crop Is generally reported to be a failure m Â¬ Birmingham Opposed to the Boycott Business men of Birmingham Ala aro strongly opposed to the boycott proposition of the Atlanta Constitution and so express themselves Played With Matches Cal threo children were burned to death They wore playing with matches and one of them set fire to a can of oil Highest of all ii Leavening Power U S Govt Rejort Aug 17 1889 i i t COLYEK I ini aaaiuc a M of tho school census bureau has reported to the board iff education that his enumer ation of the popitotion of Chicago jus completed shows that it contains 1 205 W3 souls Superintendent Chicagos School Census Frankland Legislator Dead Hon M S Grantham who represent- Â¬ ed Borkely County in tho West Virginia State Senate and several times in the lower House of the Legislature is dead A 7 Thy At Pipon Cholera at Baku and V clnity It is officially announced that there New Zealand will probably appropri Â¬ have lcen seventy fatal eases of Asiatic The heat ate 25000 for an exhibit at the Worlds holeraki laku and vicinity is intense Fair at Chicaso Hew Zealand and the Worlds Fair fetl Baking KQ7 jzgm i vwuvi ABSOLUTELY PURE Importaat thaervicei in 18S7 paid In l- ITotiCw Tkkynok for Ccai Dsli7ersd 1 7 Par sf Tcwl of ataltkias serving m ties Nnt and Lump Goal and IsftW iiiiixt be en KcKee All mares Now old lumber yard farmed in 18S9 by McKee A Tray nor next to open at Myerssliyieriau church having colls living at weanini lime Quickest Second Pr- in town delivery Iwmt will lie paid for by Owen Melvee prieea Try an owner of Ihe eolts A i 44- C T WillalS h CO EE I- Debis due McKci Soft Coal and Anthracite THE CLIMAX TIPTON - i Editor SDAY UY The uliraax Printing IKlt Wei- - Co ELL i itK KAIL o - - July 30 1890 Democratic Ticket CLtKR COt RT OF AIT w w LOMGMOOK Count lO K i iN TITll lONAL it CROOKS CHENAULT V C grandfather was a very plain man in his drew and halit of living hut of fine sense and pleasant social ipralitiet hi dinnvrsiKivh when lie was to the Senate ami I often said it was the K st speeeh of the kind I ever heard and it is a very hi h rank of ora tory to deserve this ansae It was also a very great proof of his greatness that like Wehster be was only stirred liy pea suhjeets I can very well si e how mueh a man Living in the bcech aaoaa so near to nature should be di gusted with the the law and the shams anil tion of modern jwdi- the shame to America if such a man shall be ao eoon fanpatten nenpendent seems tnfrvsoe But I write not a biography and increlv assise to add my testimony to the just fame of one of Kentuckys most grandly built statesmen and to claim a portion of has boaon for the name we Isith beer which not s i much as kindrel tcrand aapint iunamade us friends in spite of party li1 Â¬ niitry When the census is com pleted it will prolvably contain a pood many further revelations of the bum A partisan census bureau may jngple with the fkrnrei from the South all it pleases hut the census sword evidently has a double edge and is cutting down to the nick in places where it was de nejaed to wound tender susceptibilities Ball i i SENATOR KbACKia KX UKXOlXCKS 101HJE ELEtTlOX HILL- THE New York ytar Intcrrltw Beaaaor Blackburn of Kentucky was aaanby a Star reporter at the St James Hotel yesterday He was disinclined to talk for publication aarlag left the Cajii tal for a few days rest and recreation It JOHN L KEKK HILL KXEY J A BULLTVAN KIFF J W RALES PHI A JOHN K II K WAG1 I JUKI -- T KM BUY IT KINTKNHEXT BCHO MRS A T MILLION FOR SlRYEl J AG WILLIA K OOMOB B DUD MILLER t n First Isacsjr in Asast lVMt 1 will u Tur- - in i IliilIiiiir f r IStfEBStlLL AMi IliE lAUIrT - toftLe VOTE STKAIGIT ii llii- - ill the Seitli mrUiing bj rvtn- Inty t inhxl be honestly l iiiit am rVEL It UAL SKKMilV a Baptist II llllll- - lv Iiimsli -- if Ilt Ill stli sad tv- 4 it t l her thi - e and blow a tniiiit it- - till mi and iin- a i Mewed - death ami till awful - VOTE FOli CKOOkE Mr II Harris t younji iH tnorratie liiiini- IlKtltlltiolUil r mi next Min- istitu- - tnereoaaU office A I ti i - ninch ripht t rouuty Dale- - he ha t 11 j ho may Ik n tin- - rift of til 1 tin 1h- U- - ii A irvu anl not And it will in it i aii lily history to -v - want retard ia a paraliar institution and aajsr titan the peaaaa who Bashes sentiments sann- aiil time rwiere the at the i ynir arty Vote for Crooke and artiuV with Loiutniour vallo the ticket straight lowti to THOMAS I CLAY NrCUEEKY Cornier Journal y 14 -- I was f 11 lor at tl in Wn iaaaaSBBBa Tlio iw system of many Christian as surnames in ica and the nwl liable use in of iunitiala causes me to call the attention of the pander of your journal to the full u Bind Jnuue of the distinguished ry wis the fjaanaa N liilr MiH mam Clay a prominent ineiixU r oi the enii ntioii whiih linn- n of HtsU- - the Â¬ of Kentucky His mother villa y wa a woman of no preat 111- of tee esse and most excellent lie had man entriritie His of tie souse ne may have in of the oratorical powers being pel to him however that at this juncture public discussion of the measure f edga Flection Bui through the col umns of the star would help the people to a proper understanding of what was njahaj aa be readily granted an interv lew Careful study of the measure he said I ClAV was net necessary The bill was placed on my desk and I read its provisions It PI I5LIC SPEAklNb did not take long t discover h infamous There will Ik- jmhlic apeaking in - character and that it aims a death blow half of the IteiiKN ratic ticket tolic Voted at the most cherished principles of our form of iovernnieiit The paaaBBBOf the for at the August election lVKl at the bill means taking the power of elections following times and places and br the out of the hands of the people and transi 11i z ferring it to those of irresMnsihle Federal officials In the case of the Ninth these 11 Kirksville --John D Han - i Officials would in sure to lie men lacking CriMke W P Irewitt both character and patriotism liecauseno Vnioii CRv W B Smith I M honest representative citizen would acÂ¬ Chenaiilt Win Conaba cept such a nail km Speed weD -- J Chenault I N Have you endeavored to feel the pubF Tamer lic pulse in reference to the measure White Hall A T Chenault W B asked the reporter y P H Sullivan I do not think the people understand CoUege Hill- - S Scott R W Miller it as yet Not one in a thousand has read R H M treary the provisions of the bill Dbaaaakmof Daren J A Sullivan C B 1owell it will however throw light OB the subJan I ioxli ject and the people will awake to the fact that a measure is contemplated that naraaoAT Ml re P H Qroofce A T a ill steal away their lilierties When the mattei reaches this jihase the Republi Chenault I N loii Beaj A s cans of the House of Repri scntativcs w ill Sullivan see their blunder in slavishly following Iowcll Sanford Lagan Seeds leadership and regret their ex Waco -- W R Smith Jno 1 Harris treme haste in the matter Red H Ws What is the Senate going to do aboat hy P H Millivan Kin- C Chenault Jno Ji it That bill will never iiss the Senate1 ikhI rcpliiil senator Blackburn with emphasis ry spriii- Panish U If in no other way it will Ik-- killed by M Ciicnault R F Crooke the ridicule it w ill excite No bill can stand the derision with which this is inv u m I N noaghw Cottoiiburj lxitmd to le met when it is thoroughly It is totally opposed to the kin will liegin tit J clock p understood genius of our lorm of imernmeiit the aliove piints To what tn Friday August 1 1W0 ljejrinning minority tactics will it the Democratic resort when comes before k p m then will lc a grand the Senate he was asked at which Hon We will rely oa the present rules and P W Hardin and Hon James B Mc- the traditions which govern the Senate v w ill sp Unless the Republicans can change the nvited to attend rules of procedare the bill cannot pass AURIAI IRE KEPI ILlt AN EDITOR Senator Chandler has proposed in com o TI1K POBCE BILL- mittee such a change in the rules as will facilitate the passage of this measure Will it be possible for them to change ire how made ii hat pio oituiiis could be the rules I do not think so I am a member of lack licit as ided by the constitution I have iiiinittoc on Rules When Senator iikod it bwt couldnt Chandlers motion comes up in commitat it could not he done tee 1 will lie there to talk against it and without war and varwould not do it and I will talk against it for months should it - uhow ill not lc found lie necessary You asked me if 1 had been requested ii stil that - the state K It i a sorry condition of things to talk at length against the bill when it but if wed re intelligemv and comes before the Senate1 continued the luty wc must confront duty aa it Senator In answer to that lean only my that nothing would give me greater I would talk against it forever i neueve m iiiaiiiiHNt Kunragc and pleasure will k as far aa anTooc to wtstain and If the rules are by any possibtUty amend Â¬ vilidk to dead letter ed in the manner proposed by Senator ipHrt and vindication Chandler talk in opposition would be fution that drifts tile Bat I do not think they will be m into hypocrisy and is the reverse of state-- amended Should it come to a matter of iiiji mere talking my lungs are practically inlite if it - in- - exhaustible and they are at the service of and it i tire iioii which my country in good cause You do not then rely on obstructive lie rallh d to upholds Th carry the Iein tactics to kill the bill Senator I rely in a great t present I do not leading Republicans in Washington kio this and admit it and I sav leading measure on the goo l sense and patriotism leaning very distinguished Sena Â¬ of the conservative Republicans in the tors and Representative- - of w hose judg Senate to prevent the passage of this un just and obnoxious measure There are have information that eOBM no ci iiitideuee in this many of these gentlemen and although her as a law it it should I frequently differ from them in many I give them every credit for hon whether it is as est and w ize patriotism and a desire to il or not Ijmhi the requirements of party jxili- - keep intact the fundamental principals from Xew Hampshire as- - of our Democracy ey th II be suicidal to make the Do you think the presence of more ruvred i Mics with the election law That good lighters on the floor of the House the experience f the campaign would have had any effect toward atop the black men are ping the passage of the measure there I do not The House is Bead and ued I think they will aaitx with me that unless they are to lie stippirted there Reeds will is law The audacity hy adoijuatc military torces they should of the man and the slavishness of his followers would have rendered all efforts not lie thrust forward to attempt the con test of the Solid Smth and especially as to check thepaaaage of the bill unavailwould be of equal magnitude at ing The House is a lietter field for lightth the overthrow by force of arms ing and sometimes 1 have wished since the commencement of this Congress that of the Southern Confederacy Ict us size thinp up as we go along I was again there where are greater opÂ¬ for there h longfa history made portunities for action in the turbulent in this country to teach aa the knjk of arena than are possible in the more cir cumscribed and decorous Senate events and the tone of example I hope said N nator Blackburn in THE WAY THEY MPPKESS Y0TE IS conclusion that there will lie no nec HER EXflLAXR essity for obstruct ion and I think the coun- Â¬ try can artery rely oa the good sense and The census returns in ConnectM nt are patriotism of the gentlemen of Ixitli part H inr a plain unvarnished talc with re ties in the Senate to prevent the passage nasita poHakal Laeqaalittea in that state of this wickedly revolutioiiarv measure that would lring the blush of shame lo the chucks of the Itepuhlican leaders in AM WE TO SI I FEU FI10M RETALIA Oangreaa who are continually preaching TORY TARIFFS aboat the South if ther had not entirely forgotten how la braab In 1881 The administrative tariff bill which the Coanectamt aVaaaaaaaai njeejnaaaed has been passed during the piMBBt aea the senatorial districts of the State in sioii of Congress and is now in force and wn inten sls hut with aa utter dis the McKinley tariff bill which it is pro regardof justice and popular rejrsnti jMiseil to pass before the session closes tioii By thisjierrynuiniler Seat Haven are lMith naturally exciting a good deal Hartford and BndgriNirt were each con of iuteiest in the countries w ith which New Haven at that we stitute I a district have commercial relations In lime had a population of liissj Hartford Germany and England hi par and Bridge port By the titular there have liccn meetings of compresent eeaaaa New Havens population mercial luxlies interested in the export Htm liaHtords oltHK and trade to take cognizance of the unfriendBridej dirts 4i0O Yt the twenty ly jMilicy embodied in the two bills pass thinl district which in 1HS hal a popu ed by Speaker Bead The indignation lation of only 11888 and which shows a excited by this pottry has from time to w peroeaaaji af teneaap under the time found expression in questions aden ii merit ion has the same vote in dressed to the several governments by ntc as New Haven with S - memliers of the national legislature The mi Hartfod with MOOtt Bridgeport with question te lie addressed to the French Similar innjnalitke In nanathv government by M Ihipuy a member of repreeentatioii exist in all the senatorial the Chamber of Deputies is in reference state hut wc do not hear to the tariff administrative act the pro Â¬ of any Republican orators in Congress visions of which are complained of as - condition ff affairs or arbitrary and unjust The object of the evea saaaeatiagthtit there is anvthinc un act it is well aadaratoad oa this aide of A fair alMiit tit arrangement the Atlantic is to discourage importaiity third district of Con tions under cover of pretended safe tat the iMipulation of guards against undervaluations It was that district bos increased to fifteen designed apparently on the theory that thoaaand wiiic ily beyond the imjKirting is a disreputable busim mark when be votes for State Senator that importers are to Is- - treated aa casts more than five ballots to the single knaves We have appraisers or valuers y the voter in New Haven of iinjiorted anode but their opinion of four votes t one cast by the Hart the value of goods is relied upon or not ford rater and three votea to the oi as the interest of protectionists seem to by the Bridgeport voter In other words demand The importer is required to e population are practically state the value of the article he brings n diefraii thidgepart 3H000 in into the custom house If he names a D New Haven Tliis value much under what the appraiser in all riht in Connecticut of course fancies to be the true value the latter where R keep the Senate under Bbpab confiscates the ianparted article and lican control but in the South the mere there irse to a jury of fair men unproved allegation tliat the negro vote to test the correctness of the imiorters teased is sufhclent to justify the valuation Formally the imjiortir could of Representatives submit to a wrong interpretation of the iiiosi partisan and extraordinary law or an excessive valuation of an ap- Mr that was ever stagnated in u i raiser an McKinlevs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Mr- Â¬ Â¬ desire to check imports could pay an increased duty protest and have a trial baton a judge and jury to establish bis innocence of intention to defraud But tliat is all done away with This right of appeal is swept away by the new nl act and goods may now ministrativc be confiscated on the most fanciful or It is against prejudiced assumptions this that M Dupuy protests in the Chamlier of Deputies He asks M Ribot minister of foreign affairs whether con- Â¬ certed action of the government f Ku rope may not be had adth bee object of inininiiring the effect of the new law whether it is possible to appeal to inwhether the and law ternational common law tribunals can not settle The chambers of customs disputes commerce of Paris and Lyons are also moving in the matter and will frjnd deputations it is stated to ask M Rbot whether the manner of dealing vith fereign goods under the McKinley administrative1 bill is in conformity with The idea is hat international law a spirit of common fairness should prevail in regulations affecting the exclunge of UMIlllHlllilha between nation and nation and that this spirit is conspicuous ly absent from the statute now in force The Same idea has in this cotintrv been presented in questions asked recently of the representative of themia istei of foreign affairs in the British ParIt is evident that the practical liament application of the McKinley policy to click uaporta is stirring up a disposition among our best customers abroad that may lead to the adoption of retaliatory measures In France and Germany and other protectionist countries this is almost sure b be done American agricultural products will of course b the first to naffec from retaliatory legislation Our exporta of wheat corn and pork to France and Germany have already ban seriously affected bat the unfriendly commercial policy of our new tariff w ill undoubtedly provoke further restr ctive In 1889 France bought of us measures merchandise worth S4 11 20041 mostly agricultural products Germany 00294 the United Kingdom 382981 074 These figures show the extent of our present sales to countries which OUT statesmen are goading bv a hostilt com mercial policy into retaliatory measures As our best customers they should lie conciliated and tempted to bay more of us If we buy more of them the y will buy more of us To produce a larger BUpply of articles to sell them we shall have to employ men now idle and pay them a rate of wages such as a larger de More mand for lalmr will establish buying of foreign wares means of course more selling of home made wares If we wish the foreigner to flood tis with the cheap productions of the so called pauper lalior of Earope we shall have to flood Europe with the articles that the American plows and machinery guided by American intelligence and industry can produce at prices to defy Hood We are ready to competition ed We are ready to ffood AT that stands in the way of a vastly in Teased and more friendly commercial intercourse with the rest of the world at stupid narrow and unprofitable po icy ex emplified in the McKinley bills Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1m- Â¬ noticed last summer these Frenchmen t n4 11 nitenii oni- iIlLiin selling in il ineir horse and mule meats etc They have drawn the line on hog and hominy ap paraetiy Well there is no accounting for tastes 7Mbw Journal aCVimniian During the storm of Thursday night the barn of Hon ti A Lackey on his farm on the Danville and and Stanford pike was struck by lightning aliout mid ight and with all its contents complete ly destroyed The bam was filled with hay agricultural implements Ac ami three work mules were in it at the time This is the third fire that XIr Lackey has suffered from His residence was destroy Â¬ ed a few years ago and last year his crop The loss of hay was tired by lightning Daw ilk in this instance is Hot great Advocate An act to lietter pro- Â¬ Chapter lsti mote the interest of Agriculture HortiApÂ¬ culture and Statistics in Kentucky proved Xlay 26 188tt Said act read as follows Whekkas It is necessary to promote the interest of agriculture horticulture and statistics in Kentucky being essentially an agricultural State the former dollars appropriation of two thousand per annum for all the purposes contem plated under the law is entirely inadequate to the demands of the people and the exigencies oi the times Recent de velopments of our vast wealth in coal timber stone and different kinds of clay is attracting within our borders large sums if money and there is a universal desiire for information relating to Kentucky from almost every section of the country therefore 7 it i iKK td Iiii tin in nil daamaVp a the Commonwealth of Kentucky i 1 That in lieu of the appropriation now existing thirteen thousand dallars annually be and the sauic is hereby appropriated out of any funds in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated for the main tenance and aapport of the Bureau of Agriculture Horticulture and Statistics upon the nunc conditions as the original nnnrwm V OLIVER PLOWS K - J vrV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Both the method and results wnei Syrup of Figa is taken it ia pleasaut aDd refreshing to the taste rA act gently yet promptly on the Kidiieys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual Syrtip of Figs is the constipation only remedy cf its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its actiou and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable MbahtDCes its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the most popular remedy known Byrup of Figs is for pale in 50c andSl bottles by all leading dru gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pr enre it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ 15f bbbbbbbbbbbV - Beeareasawar wl lTiSNasawl -- f- tv lj Taj It riggsasd sb SAM FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK i SHACKELFORD Hardware fa FOR GENTRY Fnrflisii C oofls TOOLS AND MATERIAL Â¬ DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF appropriation i 2 That the Commissioner Tinware ffooflenware AND WAGON House of Agri- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONCERNING FARMEKS In Clark county Seattle 1750 Mi sold at 4 J cents The Lexington Gazette says J D Sutton grew 14 acres of tobacco hist year that yielded IROS0 H and he sold it for 10 cents per poend all around at the barn Ben Scott sold this week to Mr Shep herd Buffalo New York 100 fat wethers weighing 11 lbs at 7 cents Ml Shep herd also bought of W 0 Brock L000 DesaMrat lambs at ti cts M Mr Bonett Branham reports SCO cattle on the market and not all sold HeaoM one lot averaging 950 pounds at 8293 per cwt and another lot of about 50 pounds 36 calves 1450- - iTeorertmm Tune ne of the leaders in the Farmers Alliance claims it has a membership of over two millions While this is probably an exaggeration the new party is undoubtedly having a big imoni at present J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 i i Â¬ Â¬ MrChas Selvage who lists at the pump House of the Cincinnati Koathern road has a pullet batched this Spring which laid a litter of eggs set oa them luring the regulation period and now has a brood of tea rhitkciw iTioinaea a laam J A Whitsctt of Muir sold Sterling Denmark to M W and Allie Jooea of North Middletwn for S200l Be is de cider the best saddle stallion for breeding in Kentucky He is a full brother to P Dolons Washington Denmak Jiii KriUntkian Cititen Spring wheat has maintained its high promise and is 114 jkt cent higher than in July last year thus presenting a striking contrast when June witnessed so material a decline The largest crop of spring wheat that this country has ever pro duced Jlilliiiinn imrinil 1111m rO Lieut and acting Governor Bryan has appointed CoL Charles T Wilson a delegate to represent the State Agricultural and Statisieal Bureau in the Farmers National Coogres nt Council B tiffs la August 20 to 2ft He ahmappointed Prof R N Roark to represent the A and M College of Lexington in the s me Con- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ culture Horticulture and Statistics be allowed a clerk or clerks oa his mi n section the total salary not to exceed twelve hundred dollars per annum That the Governor of Kentucky is hereby authorized to appoint an advisory board of lour persons the Director of the Kxiierimcntal station at Lexington to be one of the four It shall be the duty of said advisory board to meet at Frankfort or such other place as they may agree upon at least four times a rear to coun-Â¬ cil together and take such steps as they may deem beat for the general agricultural and statistical interest of the State The Commissioner shall Ik- - Chairman of this board He shall have power to can meetings and adjourn the same The duties of said board appointed by the Governor shall In- merely advisory The legitimate expenses in attending such meetings shall lie paid out of the appropriation This board shall have power to call meetings in the different counties in the State and the Commissioner or some one of the board shall attend and employ assistance as may be neceaaay for the parposm aforesaid Three mem Â¬ bers of the board shall constitute a qno rum All money paid out of the appropriation expended by said board shall have the approval of a majority of the board and every voucher shall set forth for what the money was paid By reason of the increased responsibility and duties Commissioner is allowed an extra salary of five hundred dollars per annum to be paid as heretofore I 4 That such person or persons shaH Ikselected hy the board aforesaid as in their judgment are liost qualified and equipped to go into those counties in the State and in those iiarts of said counties where facts and information arc most needed by the farmers and when their opportunities have been lew and where they are not able to buy books or to take agricultural papers and such person or persona ao sent oat among the farmers shall give public lectures at the most public places in said sections of the counties and shall scatter agricultural literature w hen such lectures are made 5 That the sum of thirteen thousand dollars appropriated as all area id shall cover all the expenses of every kind growing out of this act and also the sal aries of the Commissioner the clerks pay and all expenses connected with and growing out of this department of the state Government ii This act shall take effect from its passage Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BLACKSMITHS MAKERS Roofing and Guttering Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds in o w H Richmond Ky March 19 1890 JP MPOPE NtUtddAK In These Days for O w H MERCHANTS a TO LIE Awake Nights to Devise Means to Attract Trade The 3 Managers of the GGRMLEY Has returned from the Cities with he FINEST LINE OFt Saddlery AND Sold a remarkably large num- Â¬ ber of his celebrated Deering All Steel Twine Reapers and Binders and has a supply of Have Decided to tbe AIX STEEL MOWERS are going off rapidly QUIT LYING that INSURANCE Awake Studying How to RACKET BURNAM HUME JHJSHAGAN ARE ATTRACT TRADE BI PUTTING THE KNIFE INTO The Oldest and Strongest American Companies NORTH AMERICA IN THE LEAD WITH THEIR SPLENDID LINE OF Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will nnrelv dt stroy the sense and completely derange the of smell whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescrip- Â¬ tions from reputable physicians as the RICHMOND damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can pessibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P Co Toledo O contains no J Cheney mercurv and is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the svstein In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co aaFSold by Druggists price 75c per bottle 3 7 SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS Trottin I Horse Outfit THE HAS EVER HAD v PROFITS GROCERIES And Quoensware Tiftf 80 that every article sold would be an advertisement Jor their houe ROCK BOTTOM RATES o Dont Barge our office is at lie Fanners National Bank BURNAM HUME I W C Gornilcy Co COME AND SEE FOR Â¬ YOURSELF K B CARRIAGES TINWARE STATIONERY NEW Tobacco Barna Country Stores anil Milling proierty specialties 33 3i B A H SELECTED STOCK LOW PKIC HEAVY WEIGHT SQL ARE DEALING Are the Corner Stones upon which our daily increasing business is being built The same material of which the Corner Stones are laid shall be used in the construction of our business castle throughout to the topmost tier Therefore we solicit a continuance of the liberal patronage we have received at the hand of the people of Richmond and vicinity Promising that no pains will be spared to keep up the standard of our stock and to all all orders at the very LOWEST PRICES consistent with such goods we are the public servants Â¬ Â¬ 2ns Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Capt Z K Branb auctioneer rejiorts 100 cattle on the market at Lmcaster court day Three fourths of them changed hands at 2J to cento An hundred sheep sold at S28 head Q to stock ewes Six nice lior S150 Mare and colt SilM year-old colt Sm I pair mules B326 and 150 General good feeling Winchester Court J A Ramsey auctioneer repotta aboat 268 tattle oa the market Twenty three fa r feeders wt 1000 lbs 40 jior cwt 2o brought plain steers wt 950 lbs 510 20 plain steers wt M Pis f2Jt 21 plain steers wt 900 lbs S 277L A lot of good calves at S100 per head Milch cows from siii Nearly all offerings wore sold at prices somewhat lower than larit court Minnesota Republicans have renomina- Â¬ ted Win R Merriani for Governor and complete I the State ticket uiona plat- Â¬ form designed to please the granger element and by no meain strictly orthodox from a Rcpublicaii point of view aa R favors reciprocity with Booth America and deaaaads that all commodi ntrolled by trusts and monopolies shall Ik- - placed on the free list Some sales of wheat have lxenmade at 02 cents The prostiects for tobacco and beaapara not particularly encouraging rn is laid by The araa planted to corn is less than that of last year It is estimated that the wheat crop of the Co is at least a thinl lessthan that of last rear The grain generally is good and it is weighing up well hut there is some com- Â¬ plaint of smut- ii V met Nime of the foreign Dowers ire trying a little more protection just to see how it works France adds three francs to corn and six to corn meal and continues to ex Â¬ clude our hog product altogether We LIVE IJf Stock Commission Merchants at Cluclti uali luioii block Yardsautl Covington block Yards STOCK MAEKET EEPOET By GatBKRa BalBatT NEW BUGGIES PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor C 8c PHT0NS NEW SURRIES A low i J r-- tr NEW CARRIAGES left at NOTIONS ETC Limestono Street 0p Cincinnati Ohio July SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good 3 4 2o 2 LEXINCTON 0 Depot KY i -- 40 j 759 4 00 3 50M 4 NEW SULKIES uot JQ 2ii 3 25 371 3 50 Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen Best Shipping Best Bologna BUTCHER CATTLE to Extra 3 ooiji 4 My vehicles are all new and of the very latest patterns They are for sale on the most reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and see ine ami you wont gi homo without one 5 00 JOHN DONELHOK J J ItKOOKS D M CHENAULT M pieces of 10 cent Glial lies Wew Building and Furniture cents a yard Lighted and Ventilatkd Well First door above Farmers Punk GOOD BAR ATTACyED Centrally Located 2 and J HILL Manr RATES pi iti 250 per Day JEJSHagan - 3 Bj 3 75 3 3 S 3 tofm 3 60 3 00 J 7sj City Lois forSale 2 251 1 o 75 2 00 1 00 BROOKS CHENAULT UIWOVCI I have n few lot on Fifth Street remly for pule Titsaa lots are hoauli fullj toasted aa Iiiirh ml gently rnli int ground mid are cuiisiilereil by ev eiAtiiiv us Datog the ln st located 01 any in the city for restuVnnes Persona who wisi in lullil nice house will do well to e a ine these lots I will only place a few on the market nt pre ent I Imve plot of the ground at Dr Poy alls offlar 11 7- BULLS Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Good Extra Steers Fair lo Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers Best Grades Fair to Good Common Best Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy HOGS Select Butchers Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights Light Rigs Extra- 3 Bea 755r 051 50 J 1 L CITOTQ iot 3 1 2 1 75 Richmond Kkntucky Larue lists of City and Country Prog eny Properly sold and bought 011 CooiuiisMiou Correspondence solieiled uml prompt altetititii given ifttT Office in Jnhn Henuetls law office Branch office at Stockton A Ifrooka1 Drug Btore 39- Â¬ jj 75 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 3 oof 2 2 oo io a 7s 2 25 - T S BRCNSTON COWS AND CALVES 30 00835 00 S 0061 ij 00 10 oori 15 00 4 ooo sj 3 SH ti 2 oo 3 00 3 3 4 2 New Ice Firm in Bank Stock for Sals SWISS COTTAGE 5 room lot 40x120 10 foot aHey Orchard Street new QCEEN ANNE COTTAGE S roouit lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine and Orange Streets TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new MINKKAL 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant AND DE lots ail well finished 1 wdl Three Elkcaxt BUILDING LOTS rieties a or as a whole on 50 feet 4x Street seperaie Fifth THREE GOOD BUILDING I on Walnut Street Powells 50X o feet each Ok For prices on anv of the above inquire cf 4S- E WWlGGi to FORSALE NOTICE v nf has been a resident of l nter ISMtAOWAY NEW YORK 1 h R1C1IM cU i We have opened up an ICE DEPOT the rear of Crooke Bennett Urm stons Dry Gitodts Store corner Main 85c and Second Sts and are prepared to S 3 90 furnish ice continuously througlit the ooc 4 o season Your patronage solicited 75 3 2 Twenty five Shares of M Nation al BanW Stock for sale Apply to 3- FaaJde QsTtlud Bubsr Shoe EAST MAIN hTKEET Wn have opened a first and desire to htive the feutlenien lalio uin 106 COIL IHD LDMBER CO - W LCRCTCHKR a partner- I South Downs for Sale have a I lucks for sale I re- - pecUnQy SPRING LAMBS M H RICHMOND ICE CO Stockton MWr F WAG jfiiaruiiiec tirst class work New i frlegunt furniture clean tlirou and sharp razors M C MOORE J CARMK HAEL THE CLIMAX VrtBMOay - - - July 30 It Richmond wants a city market An opera house is badly needed Frankfort adopted rtaiidanl time Weeks picnic at the Fair J round to morrow house would help lioth buy A er and seller Â¬ nrkt Â¬ Les CM Of a young hrakeman from Pine Hill stepped from a train at the K C deiot in this place Friday afternoon His loot striking a loose rock w hWl Uirned he fell in tront of tht wheels and a leg was horribly crushed He wa6 re tnoved to the hoaae of Mr N B Turpin where road aargeoa Foster anijmtated the h g lx low the knee The patient is lo ing well and will soon be removed to his home Eil MulliiiR otr Lrgam Igaerutia aaa Exrasat The prounds Werkww picnic at the fair tHMMf Dont ecratcli yur ticket but vale straight DmneMbk notice of watch and jewelry repair ing ly Mi A una Armer Monday is Bat court day but election day and court day will be Tuesday Â¬ notice elaevtava of the iublic Kile the Old learn Farm ou August Ms Nme save those who have the itch BBBfnfBh therefor t hould fiorateli necr Hush lean that one ne illed another at Lancaster Sunday it The Alauis Expreas I - i fifty pea StyMB iiK n and lias 12000000 nil knows or ought to know of the law excuses nonnt The law conclusively prvsuinr that everybody kn ws el the law hence igno rance of theluV is no excuse WeptiMish to day a nnnilicr of laws passed by the recent Ixvislatuie with which all should BC familiar Search the Ciimw nndtva for your own edincaiioti ntvl pmMI Head especially thaaa BTwl coneiining the aafaanaaj of a gaa rt n fmuua djaaaaHiug or llHauakij blowing op fish selling vinegar selling cigarettes running traction or other steam engines on puilic roads the wages of married women fee It is well to know the laws that one liable to violate or to cause to K- violated The Ciiv x thanks the Frankfort Car tal for its voluminous supplement con taining the acts of the baf Legislature Everylly that ignorance Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ la Mr Union will give Crook e 200 majority well known Democrat of that BBB- - lirnliv 6 I llanton an aged eitwrn of the vicinity of Waco lias had a cancer tit front his lip 1 to I e you want a pension of Mil 15 Stevens C If er see no elsewhere lara ftTVii Tin steam drill conttatti in its rk at thr now dejiot and so does the at the iv tactorv The Mtrhle Creek bridge its done and tirM train will reach Richmond in tune than a month Mr J K Paxton a former C I Iteen nominated by the attorney of Lincoln county i Family Afflictions of Rev Ir Stewarts mother-in-lapasseil here htst ifti rawuaj for Canada She died rothfr stuldenlv yesterday alter short illness in the f0th year of her age She had resided in Winchester five years and was much n sjNite1 Miss Kilhorne her youngest daughter accompanied the remains Deamsvillc Ontario is the home near Niagara Of her five children Miss K and Mrs Stewart only survive Her maiden name was Corwin IdaloGoT Corwin of Ohio who was bom in Boa bui She as however liorn in Canada The remains w Pirif stu r Dr the new President at Berea College and is now in Sotland Bt the Itedside of his father who is to lie approaching Deatiis door K iiliirLIin Stewart is i 1 eli ction early Monday morn iti and vote fur CVooke Longnsoor John Wagers ami the balance of the ticket t the 1ick Gentry ford shot anl John Siinlifer at Lancaster Thtirs l la t sreek Gentry was jailed Mr Brutus J lay on la 1Mbb iiounei l himself a candidate fir rate to the Constitutional Conven Â¬ - Cantrart for Sair ef Lamls Cbaaaar l24 An act to provide for recording contracts ior the sale of laud Approved Hay 7 KM Said act reads as follows That any contract for the Kile of land or any interest therein when acknowledged or proven as deeds arc now- require to lx acknowledged or proven may In- recorded in the county in which such lamls are situate in the same Dices and lxxiks in which deeds an- recorded and the record of all such contracts recorded after the passage of this act shall from the time ol lodging the aaaae fur record be notice of such contract to all neraoaa 2 The clerk shall receive the sum of fiftv i ents for recording each contract to Ik- paid when the aaaae is lodged for rec Â¬ ord This act shall take effect upon its assagc 1 imnn-di-atel- U th irt tin Coin moiwt tilth of J knttnety nihil f tion lames Adams and Poke Coy are candidate in the Kirksville Bee cinct on the I lemocratic ticket Vote for Â¬ It looked for a time as if noltody want Â¬ ed against Major Burnani but now it leaks aa if ererybody wants to run itn torn Iev mmi r Brack has taken the stump as will see by his earl elsewhere He - a rinse student and will Ik of interest 1 o all who hear him el the linn of Wallace - has bosajnf of Councilman Sam n k uU if til lot on Broadway and will end a nice residence BnaBB Mr- - Mr K Deat Point a Gun or Pistol at Anybody for clerk of the speak in A-- JosephHM K Henry caniliilaet Court of Apjn als will chapel at Berea night Julv 51st at 7i0 oclock Andreas circus went to pieces fee Mo ami a receiver was a- pointed Saturday night eaeeWdhjf stole the elephant two camels and five horses monument to till in the cemetery at Stanford rami by Mr W V Francis repre- sentiif the Mailison Monumental Works A The Col M Bwojte flora proprietor teaiiirs in the county who teach daring the ensuing year will learn something to their advantage by readier the notice of Mrs Million Coun- A 1 All tin e- t iiM riutendent The last legislature did precisely what long ago should have Keen done when it enacted a law prohibiting the pointing ot a gun or pistol loaded or unloaded at any poena whether in fun or with the intention of doing harm How often killings and wonndings baveoecenred by simpletons who didnt know it was loaded Now it is an offense against the law to jsiint a gun or pistol at a person and we hope it may In- brought into requisition whenever opportunity oilers Chapter 172 An act to amend section 2 article 17 chapter 2 of the Ocneral Statutes Approved Fehruary 14th 1SK If any peaaea shall jxiint any deadly BWapoa at another he shali be deemed guilty of an assault upon Bach person whether siiid weajMin shall ho loaded or unloaded and upon conviction shall lx punished as persons guilty of assault are now punished hy the laws of this State Â¬ Â¬ - Advocate is mad lteoausc Kiih For Jlarrird Vaaaaa ha- - a greater population within its Chapter 29S An act for the benefit of limits than Ianville has including its aaarried women in this Coaamonwaalth numerous stiluirbs Dont worry yotir I aaa u red March IMS Said bill reads handred years iroin now you wont as follows know the ilitTeroncc 7t it filarial hfi ln ihhj Tie- reports t the four National Hanks tin Cownumircttlih I Kniturty oi Richmond are pobliuhed in ko deya 1 of an act approved April 11 s7 tltMw Their combined resources i ot which act was entitled An art for the up sjiil 7ot 0 Their surilns fund is benefit of the aaarried women of this d their individual anpaaitB Commonwealth amendi d as follows S171i74 That the words are allowed to pay such Text- - Cobb has Bean tlangerous- - wages and comensatioii directly to such Mr k at the home of his jarents near Baanried women in the fourth KajeofaaaJ and are hereby stricken out Red House but is lietter He has fever wi tion Liter Mr Colli had a hemorrhage and in lieu thereof the words shall pay ipanied by a reluse ami such wages and compensation to such married women only unless otherwise - now in a critical condition dirccU d by the written order of such Tiif Climax announced some weeks married women ao th Dr A AV Johnstone of Dani 2 All acts in conflict with tbisart are ville had removed to Cincinnati and the repealed Advocate eame near having a duck fit This act is to take effect from its We again announce the change ami passage hope the ill in all wont kick the bucket Thr fiarrMc haw or eavbody el lh it iimrUt lii tin tlmcrnl Atacmbly of ITe are told that a small Imiv named nimiiiiriilth f Ktmlmehf i 1 That White living oa Main street went to it shall Ik- unlawful for any person or sleep on the front st ejs last Tuesday af ternoon and talki in his sleep He said jiersons in this Commonwealth to give sell or liarter either directly or indirectit will liegin to rain at oclock tonight ly a cigarette or cigarettes or cigarette ami rain all day tomorrow His proph material to any child under eighteen ccv came true years of age or to give sell or barter the arae sulfa same to any person whomsoever with Bee Mrs Andersons notice in to days the knowh dgc that the same is o Im given or sold or bartered to any such CllMAV child or children or to persuade advise Aa rAi elleat Oapartaaily counsel or compel any child under said To M ctuc a gMl tann of rich land plen- age to smoke the same ty of water well located on it Wednes 2 Any pereea who violates the proday Aug i 5 miles from Kichmond on visions of the aforesaid section shall be the Lavaaaar pike See mention else guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conwhere in this paper viction therefor shall lie fined not less than five nor more than twenty five dol- Â¬ Pirair haar to r air frreaaes The big 1icnie adertised by K Wevk lars or imprisoned in the county jail not exceeding thirty cter A o to take place at the Hoggs and imprisoned days or lxith so fined woods to moirow July ilst has been This act shall t ike effect from and chanpil to the fair irrounis There was after its paaaagi some inisuiiliTKtanding or disagreement altout tinThr-- Waco Lauren Kntertainmrat Tin ltionil 1 1mÂ¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - A lrrt tiwl Leader C n- The Ianille Advocjite sjiyr- greaaman McCaaarr lias made the Eighth district a model ropicr entative and it is meet that he should be n nominateil Ever watch Ih of the interrata of his con stituency he has let no oportunity jkiss Ib whereby they might le is the recognized in oiigrefb since Carlisles resignation is a man universally hitor l and respected and will be iorM by the I tomwrats of the Kightii tiigressional district i Â¬ fair crowd the heavy rain consider- Â¬ at the court house Thurs- lay evening The reputation of Miss Mary Buford Smith was sustained in ev She sings well recites with iect itlt power Her fu precision and act ture is a bright one if she will but continue in the way she has tlius far pro- Â¬ ceeded While being good in comedy it is evident that her success will be rea- Â¬ lized in tragedy solo re- Â¬ Miss Dai boors instrumental ceived niiicii applause Heir Lmlwig Duerr with a vend solo Niaf iil rare merit r Milton Elliott the hoorel prin- Miss Mary Putties remarkably sweet rjaaiof Elli itt Institute Kirksville called mice waa duly encored in t ad - Saturday en route to an ap- Mrs Jason Walker in her queenly preach at Crab Orchard UaiiiBJ and graceful rendition of a piano aaaataaeaM ry Sunday solo was a feature of the evening aicl freipient v oftener iKfides contluct in a solo Mis Samuel Bennett ing a large acbool seems to agree with demonstrated that the great majority of i in his theandienre were warm admirers of her Dnif Elliott is 53 and his w ife 4 vocal paarera a girl has The net proceeds wen- - alsmt 30 rrivals - I na promise J I their of her a he defendant A ed assembled -- Â¬ Â¬ -- ii- CORRESPONDENCE additions WinCol ONeal of the Central Hotel SPEEDWELL chester the only genuine Col ONeal in I D Todd is still plowing Laarl Yoar Vinrgar Barrels the world was here one day last week Miss Sallie Dudley of Waco Chapter I0B9 An act regulating the with a lot f tine posters for the Win has side of vinegar Approved April 2 1sri chester fair It is believed that Col opened her school at this place Said act reads as follows The base ball club is going down hill ONeal bus no equal in either the hotel 11 it iinii tnl by the General Antmhly of or the fair advertising business I think it will soon peg out very rapidly th tliiiiiiiiiiivnlth of Kintiikit 1 That Squire J A Turpin and wife of Brooks MN THIN all barrels kegs or packages in w Inch vin- Â¬ town made a short visit to Mr C L egar is place and offered for safe in this In the race for jailer you can pay your Tipton Commonwealth shall be so labeled money ami take your choice or take their Revs Elliott and Gibson are holding a branded or marked as to describe the pro money ami make a choice It seems to protracted meeting at the Christian of manufacture of the contents cess and us that the most fastidious can Ik- suited church shall on the said label brand or mark on nilifii Muttu m We have had considerable rain for the the outside of the said barrel keg or The Advocate is not satisfied with past week or two Corn crops are look- Â¬ from what material the package state imputation and has added such ing well vim gar in the said barrel keg or package suburbs as South Danville Perryville is made whether from fruit by natural Rev R R Noel will hold a protracted Burginand Brvantsvilleby which the popmeeting at the Baptist church second fermentation or from malt grain or acid ulation rolls up to 4700 Why not add Lin Saturday in August 2 That any person or persons selling the population offering for sale in this Commonwealth caster and thereby double or Mr Loyde M Tipton has gone into The census of Kichmond foots up 3000 any vinegar not so marked or described partnership with Mr W II West and as in the first section of this act ami the white and 2000 tainted population his sweet smiles can be seen behind the vinegar sold or offered for sale does ant Among the leading attractions of the counter at any time Street cars ice factory chicken-chcorrespond and is not as represented by town are Joe Howard aged about 30 years was olera medicine factory creamery the label mark or brand on the barrel of the Climax ami French found dead in the road half a mile from keg or package then the person or er Thin column this place Saturday night at oclock sons shall be deemed guilty of a misde Tiptons feet Ii Cham The cause of his death is not known He meanor and lined uiori conviction not HORSE NOTES was a brother of Mr John W Howard of less than twenty five dollars and not more Ford Snnol has broke the half mile record than one hundred dollars That all police courts and COnrtsof making it in 1021 NEWS PARAGRAPHS Snnol trotted half a mile at IH troit in justices of the peace in this Common 2 which is the fastest on record 1KB ofwealth shall have jurisdiction of the Midway is to have a cemetery fense named in this act Susie S won second money at Detroit Fred Hanrratsaa died at Ix xington from 4 This art shall take effect and be in last week against the great Palo Alto hydrophobia force from and alter the first day of June John Biirgins gray Gelding fell dead The tL A R rates to nnataa from one thousand eight hundred and ninety while trotting on the Winchester track Luiisville have already gone down to He was rained at 1000 Traction or Other Steam Kiitnrs on Pad 617 lit- Koaib The Wabash railroad gave George IVnnis Shea lost a leg hy amputation Chapter 811 An act in relation to the Hankins 40000 damages for Huntress the result of a railroad aeeident near Lexmoving of traction and portable engines that was killed in the Warrenton wreck ington over and along the roads and psnawayaof Exile and French Park have Ix cn pur Â¬ John Harris who weighed liotwcen this state Approved Aprill lo lSx chased by has Reed of Tennessee and HW and 700 ixmnils died at Tuscola 111 Said act reads as follows will be taken to his breeding farm Ex- Â¬ Be it riKirtnl By tin mi ill Awnhli of iles price is rliOOO and Flench Parks aand 70 I th iiiiiiiiiriillh nf Knitiirkij Any 10000 Waverly Hum the old David person who shall move any traction enphries home in Woodford was burned Mr Kinaea Stones mare Sister Linda gine or portable engine weighing over five last week won the Quickstep Stake for thousand pounds over or acroasany bridge The Kansas State Temiierance Laaajne which was run at Washington on any public road in this State whereby Chicago on Tuesday of last week denounced the supreme eourt for its Park such bridge is regarded as safe lor the Distance one half mile Tine The original package decision shall Is- liable and respon public travel stake was valued at M00 The KepuhlicaiiH of Fayette eounty limijtnra sible to the county wherein such bridge Tun Tuesday decided that it is inadvisable to or bridges are situated for all damages W R Brasfield of I xington has put a county ticket in the field done to such bridge or bridges to lie re bought of Daniel Sapp of Ieein 111 Miss John Smith a white miner from IYnn covered by action in the name of and for Bemis by Mambrino Patchen with a Bil- staggered on the railroad track near Jellithe benefit of the county court n any ly Wilkes breeding colt by her side for co A freight train cut him in two court of competent jurisdiction Miss Bonds is the dam of Judge K000 Wisconsin Prohibitionists have put a 2 Any person or persons using oper- Â¬ ating or nsoving any traction or portable Rider 22S and of Lizzie E R who can full State ticket in the held headed hy engine on or along any public road or pri- Â¬ trot insitle of 2i0 and will lie given a Pr Alexander of Kau Claire far iover nor vate peaaway or lane in this State that is record this season moved in whole or in part by steam miw Ten shares of the Farmers National ABOUT RAILROADS er shall send and keep at least two hunRank stock were sold Monday for flM The East Tenessee Virginia and Geor- per share 15 ii lloyle being the purchasdred yards in advance of said eiiginc a Bseaeenger whose duty it shall Ik to warn gia Railroad is to build a new road from er DanrilU Aihixate all peraona of its approach ami render Jellico to Beatty villa so says the Bar Ex Got Smith ami other Republicans stich assistance as shall 1k- necessary to bourville News of Alabama have called a mass meeting The Chataroi railroad has almost secure the safety of all such persons and at Birmingham to protest against the an person or persons failing to comply reached Prestonhnrg and the Three a passage of the Force hill by Congress with the provisions of this section shall road which is being built from Charh-s-toThe Atlanta Constitution urges a lsiy to Cincinnati has commenced work Ik- fined not less than ten nor more than eott on Northern industries if the Fed in Pike countv fifty dollars for each offense to Ite recovIt is rumored that the Louisville eral eleetion hill leeonies a law Thats ered by any court of coaapnaant jurisdic- Â¬ Southern and the Ohio and Mississippi the way to bring the marplots to their tion Tiiis art shall take effect from and are negotiating for close freight arrange senses C at Chestnut a well known Corbiii after its passage ments embracing the carrying of Armerchant and cross tie man was run mours meat Smth Dont Dynamite the Fish The cloud burst in the vicinity of Gol over and killed hy a train near London An act to prohibit the Chapter lfa den was disastrous to the Colorado Cen- He fell out of the ealioose and was literdestruction of iish in the Kentucky river The loss caused bv the ally cut in two tral railmad and its tributaries and to prescribe a icii destruction of bridges and road bed is Mrs Page of Ingersoll Texas gave Approved April 24 1SK alty therofor estimated at S240000 birth to four children tliat weighed resSaid act reads as follows The Canadian Pacific railway completes pectively ii 5 4 and 4 pounds She had it i imrtiil If limral Axxinhij nf the arrangement made for the purchase previously presented her husband with tin Commonwealth of Kntmlij That of the entire New Brunswick railway and three pairs of twins it shall lie unlawful foranypaaaaa orjier connect ocean to ocean by its own iron The Mercantile Angeney half yearly sana to throw or in any way BBWe or The New Brunswick system comprises report shows fewer failures by 118 or 4 cause to be thrown or placed any dyna- nearly 500 miles of road er cent less than last year in the United mite or other explosive substance in the The great marble Crank bridge was com Â¬ States while in Canada they show an inKentucky river or any of its tributaries pleted on last Sunday and a train passed crease of 114 in number and over 40 jier for the parpose of catching killing or deover it Track laying is now proceeding cent in amount of liabilities stroying the tish in said river or any of towards Richmond at the rate of a mile a Mr Sam Merryman a farmer of the its tributaries or to be present for the day A train v cxiH etcd in Richmond Point Ieavell neighborhood Garrard pnrpose of aiding any other liersou in the of August at foaat by the lth county died Wednesday night from the commission of said offenae The Executive Committee of the i 2 Any person violating the provis- Charleston Kentucky and Western Rail- Â¬ effects of a sunstroke received in the afions of section one of this act shall lie road met at blue Lick Friday and took ternoon while working in the meadow He was about 53 yeare old guilty of a misdemeanor and nixm con step- for a preliminary survey at the same viction shall lie lined any sum not less There is great interest in bicycling in time granting General Suiierintendent J than twenty nor more than one hundred S Spalding the piwer to make a contract Nicholasville now probably more than dollars for each offense to Ik- - recovered for the construction of the road This ever before and the silent steeds both by indictment in the circuit conrl or by road is an air line from Mt Sterling Ky large and small are increasing in numlier warrant iK fore any county judge police to Newport via Sharpsburg Carlisle and and can be seeu upon all streets almost judge or justice of the peace in th- coun- Falmouth a distance of ninety two miles any hour Every boy wants a safety ty where the offence is committee the young man wants a racer and even Othrr Candidate Invited In any prosecution for a violation the tfirls have a hankering after a Bat I will address the people of Mailison chine Xirholatriile Jmtrnal of the provisions of this act it shall lie no exemption for a witness that his testimo Bounty at Kirksville on Wednesday July Miss Mamie Steele of this place who ny will criminate himself but no such IJOth at Robinsons store on Thursday is sjiending the summer traveling in Kutestimony given by the witni ss Khali lie July lilst ami at the court house in Rich Â¬ rt iie had the pleasure upon her visit to mond on Friday Aug 1st Other candi Paris to meet her friend Miss Ada Ral- Â¬ Bed against him in any prosecution exdates for Delegate to the Constitutional ly also of this place who has been soÂ¬ cept for perjury and he shall Ik- exempt ed and discharged irora all liability for Convention are invited to be present journing in France ior more than a year anv violation of this act altout which he gpeaJdag at 2 oclock The young ladies met ata reception given R H Ckqi ike testifies by Hon Whitelaw Reid and it must 4 This act shall take effect from its have been a very enjoyable one iudeetl IIUI Knead Trip ta Outage- passage and all laws or jiarts of laws in Continental Cantonment Patriarchs to both of dssaa Jfidnaf iipper conflict with this ail are hereby rcjiealed Militant I 0 0 F of the United Manas What will in al probability prove to Pablir Speaking to 10th IfWL The lie a death lied marriage occurred at Row at Chicago Aug I will Speak publicly at Kirksville on Kentucky Central Ry will sell excursion land Sunday when C P Mareum and Friday afternoon and in the conrl house tickets from Richmond on August 2d 3d Miss Cordelia Phelps daughter of Larkin Richmond Saturday afternoon speaking and 4th at 11250 and on August 5th and Phelps were made one The bride is loltegin at 20 I shall dwell chiefly Oth at 075 Tickets w ill be good return- very low with typhoid fever w ith which upon the questions involved in the adop-Â¬ ing until August 11 1M0 disease her mother died last week and is II E Hi xtimtos Gent Manr tion of a new constitution Respsctfully not expected to recover Questioned as s F B Hoaan Genl Pass Agt R L PRECK to why they should be married under Â¬ Â¬ Goaf Glimmrrinjr MorNicholasvillr trtgrrtni says ton Conly r well known and pn sperous farmer of aaod credit who stood well in Jessamine county where he has brothers and relatives has skipjstl out for prts unknown leaving a large number of creditors in the lurch lie succeeded in removing nil of his effects bach as stock nnd farming implements which he hipped from iA xington via the Kentucky Central to Cincinnati while him- Â¬ self ami lanjl fmily enpatted by fast train for Missouri He had rented a latv farm near Spears from Mrs Martha naadabnw of NiebolaavQle and Tuesda BBaaored a lot of grain as Ixingtmi and packeaai the proceeds not paying the thifshing men for work The of NhholasNiile are -heavy ris by him and every effort - Vande to intercept him before be could get ont of the State only has a brother-in-laBanned John Kanatzer who played the same game sue essfiilly scvcral years ago and succeeded in elud- Â¬ ing the authorities Struck Water The ice fnctory company have iotind nil the water necnaaary for making ice and plenty b spare It is pure and cold com ing from below a thick stratum of limestone and registering 54 degrees The Brown well was well known to the people of Richmond taore than seventy five years ago It is twenty two feet deep add kssataasedal the loot of the hill in front of Mr C F MoU rleys n sidence the Solomon Smith place adjoining the Madison Female Institute In the Brown well the ice factory company boted ten or twelve feet and struck a strong stream in addition to the old stream The drilling plant was then re moved across First street into the vacant l t corner First and Water streets and there another well about thirty feet was sunk finishing last evening Another Ixld stream was found and the ice com pany and their numerous friends and the public generally will rejoice together The machinery will Is purchased at once and the building erected The factory will occupy the vacant lot and should the new well not furnish the re ipiisite amount of water the deficiency will lie drawn from the Brown well A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ men-huntAÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Bag RELIGIOUS is visit Mi s Pattie Erd of Cincinnati at Mr C Hunleys July The Kentucky Stite Sunday Shoo Convention will Is- held at Georgetown Tuesday Aug 20 to Thursday Aug 2S inclusive Kings College Windsor Nova Scotia has recently conferred the degree of D D upon Bishop T I Dudley in recognition of his scholarly attainments Rev II T Daniel was granted a months vacation by the Baptist church Since and left for Illinois Thursday Bro Daniel took pastoral charge of thp chireh five months Ago llitre have been 45 addition Pari Kintnrkian Cilizrn Near High Bridge Rev W S Grin stead is the pastor if the Methodist Circuit ahd has heo me one of the sanctified One of his flock burned his crop of tobacco becaaae he felt the Ionl did not approve of its use Paris Kivtmkmm- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tltc Natiooa1 Bunk1 Kli limonu Kinte nf Keuinckjr Ml ihi close of tmsiiiew 111 lie 11 null I Urn cf the Farmer is 1890 of ttie condition of the First 1 EPORT ot Coffdltlctii of ttie Natiaaml Bask lt Richmond In the XV National Baalt HIcIiiiioik in the NtxleoT Kentucky mltie close of htuutienWate of turkyni Hie etaaavf naali July is una July is I le - Er RT of the condition of Use XX ajatlaial Bsak t Rtchasoa Sfste of Kefllurky St llierlose of juiy nan RESOCRCEM O Miss Aultz of Charleston W Va visiting her brother Dr A E Anita is HKXHKCEH Loans nn1 discount Ovmlrntot Mttiriil unit tiuseeurcd 17 St rirrHlnttoii Ilnils to StlK 8 KExorilCES fTITI 7 71 mi 50000 00 Hiasaa Julia and Amanda Cincinnati are visiting Mrs J Misses Georgia and Tate Ituisville are visiting at Mr Bpeyaaa of D Feeney etc- Parrent of R I GenÂ¬ trys Hon Ian M Adams of Frankfort vis-Â¬ ited his brother-in-laMr B W Turner this pane last wank Miss Dovie Martin and Miss Bernit o Raughman went to Lancaster las week on a risiti Mr George E Turner ami wife of Cin- Â¬ cinnati are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs S K Miss srjmivnl units line- from tit- National liniks Int- ftont StnK Hunks nn1 liankrs inking - liiin c furniture Hint Mxlui s Current expenses anil tjtxrs pail UHi or other Ikoiks Fractional piiiwr currency nickels Duo from stpeoie 1017 w MM II 5tHO Ml Si lo oo una ill 1inn- - and Discounts cured and unsecured l S Itotul to scure circulation siK k eeurilies Jnljiiieiilseliilms -- vi BJ sun M li nml eeiiis Redemption fsnl with I s urcr i per cent of circtilatlou Tr-s- u tes lli is oi 1000 M W JJSil to aL MADILITIK It furniture and fixt Hniikliitf hoii ures Current ex enses Mud Inxes Rillsof o h r Hanks Kractioual paper currency nickels and ct tlls Specie IKiil Tender Note- Redemption fund with l M Treas- Â¬ urer el r i eiitof circulation pi-- Do from Jim roved reserve tiKcnts Due from oilier National Itunk- Due from Hits Rank- - and hankers 7i i Â¬ 7317 17 tM 71 RKsolRCES lwn- - nnd discounts Ovenlrafts secured anil iinsecnred I H Binds to circulation I S Ronds to secure depS Stts ksssrtirltles juditneiitclaras 4c furniture ami Kitnkititf liouse rtxntres Inrrenl expenses aud taxes polil Checks and other sBsssk items Httlso other IaiiKs Kniclional paper currency nickels ami centa Specie Iegnl tender nolo Redemption fund with CM Treas uter s r rent of circulation Due from other National Hanks Due from suite Ranks nml bankers W2IJ77 kMM 01 IS74B HI jm Inie from approveil leserve niirilt 1W6 syssj an 7mw win Iuiti si 10m0 it ii o w 1imns nnd Ovenlmft wtuild and nnsecured I re irruiat on s Bonds Due fnmi sr iiKnis s Due from oil Dne f msB aiate banks ana ban kers Current expenses and taxes pa id HUM of other Banks fractional paper curreacy nickels and cents Mnua bbbbs rsrvr t IT s7 3- 1 II SJ s 11 zM MJB- - t ivnu I7717 Tender Note Redeniptton fund with I s urer i per cent of rir ulalioa I JIB ol Total UAllILITIKX 06 BtM JJ Total LIABILITIES Capital slock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits National I eiiua BMaai CapilMl stTk paid Surplus fund tndlviil d pnlits lmi iajaa OB i Total TflBBO OS jOimi 00 1171 10 1117 bom a relatives at Lexington Citizen Bev U II ntanlllB Dr Win Willsou The attention of the Kentucky Press 11 Cheuault Col ami Prof O A Ken Â¬ Association is cite to the fact that a nedy went to Old Mat Cnaafnrt last camp meeting will lie held at the Sulphur week Well Boom shoro beginning In August Miss Mary Mctjueeney who has Iteen under the auspices of the Presbyterian visiting friends and relatives at this church at Ford and that walking is still Paris Jfew place has returned to her home at Icx good ington nccoinpained by her sister Miss Bishop Granlierry wants to engage aa Ella educated Methodist young lady 22 to 38 Messrs A B Willis and T E Arnold years of age to tenth art and music at and the Misses Willis March ami Arnold Hat Methodist school in Bio de Janeiro Applicants can address Mr D have returned from Linnietta Springs Brazil H hfcOarotk Nashville Tenn Those and report it a delightful place Mrs Chan E Smith ami little who go must remain five years Mr ami Lev Dr Searritt who gave 25000 to daughter Velma of Clavton Ills arc visiting friends and relatives in this the Bible Training school and died from place Mrs Smith is a daughter of N T exposure incurred while attending the recant Methodist General Conference Bolton deceased left a fortune of over 2000000 to be Mr Flbridge C Park of San Francisco divided among six children one of whom was among his numerous friends here He is visiting his parents at is the wife of Bishop Hcndrix Saturday A protracted Ineettdg will began at Irvine The Golden Gate mils Ik- a Boonesltorough on Saturday of next week healthy place for Mr Park never looked August 2nd and hold over the third Sunas well in his life A house is Elder Thacker Martin of Clark county day It undenominational ExenV is basag enacted far the purpose sHnt Monday night with Mr T G lent water both plain and sulphur fine Stevens on his way from Cartersville Garrard county where he had held a shade and refreshments on the ground Â¬ Turner Katie OConner has returned two weeks visit with friends ami Individual dopostissuhjet to check lis Ml Kutnls Id pay taxes zV 17 Vt Hue toother National Banks Hue to State Ranks ami hankers liMI aiTsj Total t STATE Of KKNTIIKV si s St Nul lointl Rank unl s otilMl iniliiii iti nc Capital stack paid In fti el II Snrplns tmllvHlisl prolio National I ink iiiii ontstiniliic - Individual deposits stllnc l tocheck Im- - to ottier KatkMsal Ranks is Due to Stae Banks and bankers IS Notes re dlscoiinle1 nnd hlls I- SVBBJ V Hsii JI7717 ii V - psaam a Capltnl slor paid in surplus fund pm tts avee to riniivtite1 National loik note- - uatstamllliic- Indiviilualdeposiis tocheck Clilt d stales deit- V s iltsliurslti omci rs Due toother National RitlKs Due to State Raiiksaud bunkers -- ubj-ct UAMunn Individual Due to till Due to St su i 71 OB H ao 0t 110 71 Notes ami bills a- ol Total BT4TK Ot KKNTli KY named lOCNTV UK MADISON I J E lirceiitenf liisliier County of Miidlson si Parkes Cashier nf the iilxive nnmrd J hank do solemnly swear that the above stall incut is Irnc to the best of my knowledge anil belief Si s - of the above bank do solemnly swear that the is true to the Itest of my alsve statement knowledge nnd Itellef J K OBBBSISIS Casltirr Bsasnataaa and sworn to Isfore me tills SMk day of Jtilv lsun Jso W CuooliK Jit fo inrr riiblte IARKKS i a hitr SuhscrilKil and sworn tols ore ue IhlsLTrlli day of July BSB si ROUT R Ucknam Notary Public Directors Cokkkit Attest THUS J sM ITM JOHN BKNNhTT N JONKS Cokkkct Attest J WCAPIRTliN W M II1V1NK IMtKlHY IRVINE STATE I IK KKNTt KY ofNTT OK llAIl- VjOlo 77 Total Stone Walker STATE UK KKNTIt KY H s naim d bank do solemn County ot Madison atxve slateliit ii to 111 ii y I Iltennllll Cashier of the nliove IC named bank an solemnly swear lhat the knowledge ml hsssaf alsve sialcment is true SB tile test of my rasjsj w kiiowlcda c old belief BaaaerMMa and worn to before me IhlaSUa I D I HEN AIlT I ashier day of July Sub ended nd sworti It before me tins lib day of Inly IM R E Tt K1FV Notary FnMie s l Iii xTiituAor Notary Public I IIW Illi Total IJ -- caanaci A N ltircctom II II R HIItNAM 11 ttst Corei IllLINill M VTIIKUAUE ii Dins tors JINK WAIKh V T Tl r i in three weeks meeting resulting in five com 1 Â¬ - - Dan-villes-i- Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ such circumstances the groom simply replied It is just a freak of ours fnnl Journal Another of those shooting affrays that have done so much to stain the fair names of the counties of Kentucky oc curre last Thursday on Stinking Creek near Flat Lick The four men esajBged in the shooting were all kill d This saves the county the trouble of hamring some of them and is as it should be The BO oner they clean each other out lite better it will be for the respectable element there in Barlxiurville and in Kentucky - hWanartahf X a Henry Pope colored who lives in the county i ame to town als ut three weeks ago dangerously shot claiming that ha ditl it himself accidentally On Thursday he grew worse and summoning his brotl ers told them that while in a controversy with Frank Hartville three weeks saw the latter shot him without any provo cation though claiming at the time that his pistnl was discharged fope died shortly after making the statement DtmriuV Alriuati Saturday night alsmt 0 a fire broke out in the oil rooms of the Kcntucky Central railroad near the passenger de pot and soon the Haines spread to s row oi small buildings sixty yards in length and all were consumed in a short space of tune Bare one nearest the depot which was savtsl by the fire company The buildings contained a large lot of liarlssl wire for fencing oils paints and repair material fur the road The tire is supposed to have originated from a spark from the yard engin- e- anareea Sens Col Craddock of the Paris Kentuck ian ban the following paragraphs in his paper Said Mrs N h Daereoa My husband will la the high sheriff of Jessamine as he I feet inches high and the Democratic noiuim c Her little daughter added -- Pa is called Lengthy for short Squire ieu Puwland with --11 IV of weight said he had mingled somewhat in tolitics and everybody who knows of Kentucky slitics and especi- Â¬ ally Jessamine county politics knows he has passed through temptations en ough to damn any one but God hadcau eil his defeat and his return to his first love the church Alex Curd the blind man led by his dog was promptly on hand as usual at first service Hecrasaea over High Bridge led bv his dog stepÂ¬ ping froas one tie to another Mr Curd is a middle aged man with family and baa been blind a half dozen yean The faithful Christian will have his sight re- Â¬ st red in the better land- - Sirhnlasrilt Â¬ 1 Â¬ -Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ most heartfelt sympathv in their great bcreaxeinent Hoping tlat lie thai tempers the wind to the shorn lamb may sustain them in the great hour of trial 4th That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this lodge and the lodge be draped in mourning and the members wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days that a copy be presented to the family of our departed brother and a copv sent to the Climax at Richmond Ky for publication Done by order of the lodge July s6 oo Wm J M K A 40- - Lare CartaiBM Our Lace Curtain stock is complete Crookf Bsaasn i ITnatsTo Thpre arc many accidcnU and diseas Articles of es which affect Stock and cause serious inconvenience and loss to the tanner in his work which miy be quickly remedied by the use of Or J H McLeans Voll lv canic Oil Liniment llaBrfkrrrfcirfH RICHMOND ICE CO BotLAe Bean Jones - Com J Til DISPEL COLIiS Headaches and Fevers to cleanse the system effectually vet gently when costive or bilious or when the blood is impure or sluggish to permanently cure habitual constipation to awaken the kidneys and lirer to a healthy activity without irritating or weakening them use Syrup of Kigs Â¬ Elrrtioa aad Ceart Day Dinatr We cant afford to give ou a picnic the fact is we are not giving away our little things but drop in about nooi Mon day and Tuesday and get your dinner S DINELLI CO it More IVasiaa sari Rosstv gentleman representing Mio B Stevens Co Pension Attorneys Washington D C can be seen at the St Richmond Thursday Nicholas Hotel August 7th morning and evening and at the Shepherd House Irvine Fridav August 8 by persons desiring informa tion concerning pensions bounties etc or having claims which they desire to 1 8 have prosecuted by said attorneys A Watches Clocks and Jewelry will be promptly repaired bv Mrs Anna Armer if left at Mrs John Farleys 7 NOTIlK TR TEACHEKS Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ The White Teachers Institute will be held in Richmond from August nth to The Colored Institute at 15th inclusive the same place September 1st to 5th AH persons holding certificates and tho e who contemplate teaching a common school at any time during the school year must attend the full session of the Institute The County Sucrintendciit shall revoke the certificate of any teacher who shall fail or neglect to attend the full session ol the Institute uncss such failure is caused by sickness or other disability After the County Institute has been held it shall be unlawful to grant to any person a certificate to teach during that school year unless said person shall Jnnrinl have attended the Institute of that or Sunday was a big lay at the High some other county during that school Iridge Camp Meeting and thousands of year Art XI Sec 2 Common School people from all over Central Kentncky Law paid their annual Sunday summer visit A T MILLION Co Supt 7 8 to the hill top Not one tenth of all those IM IIIIC SALE who were at High Bridge attended the n ligious services for they were entirely tisi On Wednesday August Cth the day busy on the outside either lxuiting swimfollowing County Court Day a tract of ming or taking in the sights to give land containing 104 acres 3 4 miles from thought and time to preaching The Richmond j mile from Lancaster turncrowd as usual was a motly one All pike known as the Old Town Farm classes and conditions of men anil women The land is excellent quality either for were th UfL The excursion trains were grazing or cultivating Never failing landed down even the eat platforms besupply ot water and enclosed by stone ing dangerously parked and jammed fence See hand bills The usual amount of rowdyism on the TERMS One third due January 1st cars took place and drinking was inlSql Balance one and two years Pos- Â¬ dulged in to an alarming extent Those 1801 session given January 1st For Beaaaaa who went within the auditorium particulars address BARTLESON no doubt heard good preaching and some TAYLOR Richmond Ky it fine siiging but by far the greater part of Wanted A position for Fall Term the crowd worshipped mammon on the outside Here is w here the evil of these by a lady to teach either a private school Sabbath desecrating exercises comes in or as an assistant Can teach the full It is not the habit of our better class of English course Two years experience people in Central Kentucky to travel on Good references furnished Address Sunday by rail and therefore the lietter Box 22 Smithfield Henry Co Kentucky element present is always in the minoriKin Uleves ty the head going for a frolic and a good Best make of Ladies and Misses Kid time Danrile Ailrarate Gloves ever in ton Every pair guaranÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MATRIMONIAL Mr James K lepper of Lexington and Mrs Ella Offutt Kean of Shelby county were marriel on Thursday night teed 40- - Crooki Bennett Lrmston Â¬ Â¬ Hume are agents for first Bl rnam class insurance companies Try them 33-- 3- Â¬ Â¬ DIED Mrs Iucy D Park wife of Joel Park ami daughter of John 11 Kmhry de Â¬ ceased died near Bpaaahval in Madison county on Saturday July Hfch MM Bu- Â¬ rial in Kichmond cemetery on Monday Iurwell Tipton a prominent citiren of Montgomery county died an July lifrh after a lingering illness aged ho years He was probably a native of Madison eounty as his father lived near Fox town Clyde Potts son of B C Potts died of fever in Kichmond on Sunday night July 27th 1WH nged 21 years The funeral took place at the Methodist church Montlay afternoon Rev M Evans preaching ami the burial in the ceme- Â¬ tery i Â¬ The quality of the blood depends much upon the good or bad digestion and assimilation to make the blood rich in life and strength giving constituents use Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier it will nourish the properties of the blood from which the elements of vitality are drawn 00 per bottle 3- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wall Paper Largest and cheapest line of Wall Pa pers in town 40- - Crooks Bennett Lrmston can The most delicate constitution Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ safely use Dr J H McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm it is a sure remedy for coughs loss of voice and all throat and lung diseases s sa If you are suffering with weak or inflamed eyes or granulated eyelids you can be quickly cured by using Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Eye Slave 25 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ 1 Â¬ RrsoUtioas of Rrsarrt of T 15 Ballara Whs Df parted This Lire July 18th 1890 Whereas It has pleased the Grand Master of the unirers to remove from our midst a brother Master Mason a kind friend a good neighbor an affectionate father and husband and an honest man to that building 011 high that house not made with hands eternal in the heavens Resolved That in the death of our brother our ancient and honorable institution has lost one of its most able and zealous supporters and the lodge a true and faith ful member 2nd That while we bow with submissive reverence to the will of our Divine Mas t r an in this instance notwithstanding our temple has lost one of its main supports we can but say the Lord gave and the Lord takcth away blessed be the name of the Lord 3rd That this lodge extend to the bereaved family of our beloved brother our Â¬ 113 Sick Headache and a sensation of oppression and dullness in the head are very commonly produced by indigestion morbid despondency irritability and over sensitiveness of the nerves may in a ma- Â¬ jority of cases be traced to the same cause Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm and Pellets will positively cure Get Smiths Diarrho a Cordial and save your life as you cant always get the doctor in time Price 25 cents Sold by W G White Druggist 516 cents a box Be it known that the undersigned and their succeors and associates do by these presents form a corporation under Ihe ral Statutes provisions of chaft Ik you want to buv a Sulky Surrey Kentucky and for that purpose adopt Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor ol - the following Articles of Incorporation he has the latest best and cheapest First The narre of the corporation For rent House of five rooms hall cis- shall be The Richmond Ice Co The See Wiggins tern and walks i principal place of transacting business shall The MLiBI of the tlesh is the blood be Richmond BfWBsaa pure blood means healthy func- but the corporation ituv have other otfn thereof tional activity and this bears with it the for the tranactin of business as its bycertainty of quick restoration from sick laws may provide rie The general nv Second Dr J II McLean ness or accident ed to be transactcStrengthening Cordial and Blood Puri- btisiti m- fier gives pure rich blood and vitalizes purchase erection and and strengthens the whole body 100 ufactories the manufacture of ice and purchase and sale thereof as owner agent per bottle 13 or merchant also the erection and operaIaiBBrrre Oatbrr tion of coid storage and general storage We have the novelty of the season in ware rooms also the purchase and lease cashmere ombres of lands for sime BSl Ckookr Bennett Lrmston Third The amount of capital stock 1 40- thorized is thirtv thousand dollars which Cotiitts and colds come uninvited but in as called for you can quickly get rid of these with a shall be paid - installments shall be di few doses ol Dr J H McLeans Tar bv the Directvided into shares o one hundred dollars Wine Lung Balm 3each Certificates of capital tock shall Aprea Gnmls or be issued and signed bv the Dont fail to see our Bordered Apron Vice President tctiti as President and at tested by the Secretary or Treasurer un- Â¬ Goods der the corporate seal Crmston 40- - Crooki Bennett Fourth The corporatio i shall have a Life will acquire new zest and cheerseal with its name and such other wo if you will impel your fulness return and divces thereon as the President may liver and kidneys to the performance of determine which seal shall be in the cusÂ¬ their functions Dr J II McLeans Liv- tody of such officer and shall be atrtcl to er and Kidnev Balm will stimulate them such papers and documents as the B Is to healthful action 100 per bottle may prescribe I 3- Fifth The affairs of tie corpora shall be conducted bv a President Vice Hese Cotton Lisle thread and silk hose for President and Boai At their whom shall be stockholders Ladies and Mis first meeting the stockholders shall elect 40- - Crookf Bennett jn Lrmston five Directors who shall serve until the The damp and decaying vegetation of second Tuesday in April or until regions newly cleared of timber exposed their successors are elected Their reguto the rays ol the -- un is sure to breed lar annual election of Directors shall malaria Dr J II McLeans Chills and take place on the Jar in Fever Cure by mild and gentle action April 1891 and i early thereafter at such will radically cure 50 cents a bottle and place as may b tho bv i guaranteed I 1J their first meeting the Directors Donelson has a quantity of new Sul- shall designate one of their numrxr to kies Surrics and Buggies ot the newest act as President and one o act as V and most popular pattern and at very President and mav elect a Secretary and Treasurer or other officers lreasonable figures 5- ithe conduct of business The duties of the DRTXKENNESs UUHiR IIAKIT In all several officers shall be prescribed bv the the World there is bat IM Care by laws Dr liaises lisldra Sperinr Sixth In the election of Di It ran be nlen in nip of tea or roffee stockholder shall be entitled to cast person Ink 1114 without lite knowltslx of the It HsVetnsf a speedy ami permanent cure vote for every share ef stock owned by whether t lie palieiit is it Bsuswfale ilrinker or an alcoholic wreck Thousands of ilrunkxrtls him and no person shall be deemed electhave been cured who have taken the I toh ten ed until he has received a number of votes specific In their enssee without their knowl rshjr ml to tiy think they eall ill inkiti of representing a majority of all the stock their own free will No harmful fleet reAny vote may be cast by the stockholder sults from Ita adasiniMtratiiil lures nuaran tee1 Semi for circular ion full particulars in person or by proxy expressed in writAddress In inrtileiiee okn Si niui o 17 15 Kate St Cincinnati U ing Seventh The It ihest amount of liability or indebtedness to which the corpora Â¬ tion shall be subjected at any one time FOR ONOKKS shall not exceed two thirds of its capital JAMES B MrCREAKY U candidate for stock re election to Congress from the Klxhth Dis Eighth The private property of the trict of Kcntu- - ky subject to the action of stockholders shall be exempt from liabili Â¬ the Democratic party ty for the corporate debts N inth The Directors may enact such FOR riKCriT COl RT clerk by laws as they may deem necessary and B U ffOVBLsU of speedwell Is a candi date for Circuit Court Clerk of Madison may alter amend and repeal the same at ubjeet lo the action of the Demo- Â¬ pleasure subject to the limitations here- Â¬ eonnly 4S- cratic party inafter expressed They shall enact bylaws prescribing how the corporation fob jailer may purchase or acquire real estate and R R ORNEL1SON is a rnndnlite fir Jailer of Madison county and is not subject how the same mav be sold or otherwise to the action of any party lullhe will ol the disposed of and they shall also enact byil- people laws prescribing the general duties of the several officers and providing for management and conduct of the business NEW ADVERTISEMENTS The President may of the corporation however at any time call a meeting of the stockholders and upon application to him Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office in writing signed by ten stockholders the at Richmond Ky week ending Jul v jq President shall call a meeting of the iSoo stockholders and at such special meeting BaxterMrs Lucv N Lizzen Hamptsn Ballard Miss Sarah McDaniel Mis Cord or at any regular meeting of stockholders the stockholders may repeal the by la Ballard Mr Daxie McMinn John A Ballard Mrs Kittie Manty John E 2 enacted by the Directors and adopt oth Ballew Wm Mller Mrs Hariett in lieu thereof and the by laws so adopt Â¬ Buster Mrs Mattie Miller Mrs Maggie ed by the stockholders shall control the Burton Samuel Miller Anderson Directors and corporation until the next Burnam Mrs A Miller Miss Belle Cavern Mr Ed Milton Miss H regular annual meeting unless sooner re- Â¬ Camp S W Moore Sam pealed or amended bv the stockholders in Coington Miss M Neat C W like manner in which they were adopted Embrv Mrs Harry Onerbacker Frank In the stockholders meeting herein pro- Â¬ Farley Henry Revell Geo W Fields B Slaughter las J vided for each stockholder shall be en Â¬ Forbes Cash Smith E D titled to cast in person or by proxy in Fannie Mrs Nannie Stm Buford writing one vote for each share of stock Fo Miss Mary Scott Miss Mary owned by him and no by laws shall be Fowler John Si Thomas Sam Gains Mrs Sindy Tuggle Miss Sarah considered adopted until until it receives a Hayncs Allie M Vaughn I Newton number of votes representing a majority llalton Mrs Nannie Walker James of the stock Harris George Col Wilev Mary B Tenth The corporation shall be pos Â¬ Hilem James W WiltnorcMrs I C Kaufman Sam I Wrath well as J sessed of all powers and privileges con Â¬ Land Miss Alice Delnea Vinaga ferred upon like corporations by General LendbetterJ E Jo Jo T D F B Statutes and all privileges and powers Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m usual or incident to the business herein Money order and registered letter hours contemplated prompt 7 a m to f p m J B WILLIS pm Eleventh The corporation shall com aaeace business aa July 19th 1800 and continue for twenty ive years thereafter THOS J SMITH PreVt Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs CrooKI ISBBBI I Lrmston 40- - 5- Â¬ 1 - I Â¬ ii Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I LIST OF LETTERS j Chicago and Return ONLY Via C H 700 WM BENNETT j3 kD and Motion Route J STONE WALKER Directors For Rent House of six rooms cistern cellar and walks See Wiggins 6 Take one of Dr J H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney Pellets at night before you go to bed and you will be sur- Â¬ prised how buoyant and vigorous you will feel the next day Only 25 cenU s vial Â¬ Â¬ From Cincinnati and one cent per mile for the round trip from all stations south ot Deshler Occasion of the PATRIARCHS MILITANT and I O O F MEETING Tickets on sale August 5th and 6th good returning until August n 1S90 STOLEN From ray farm near White Hall Monday night July 21st oa Tickets at One Fare from same points will be on sale August id 3d anil 4th good returning until August M iSiO For further information address nearest Agent C H it D R R E O McCORMICK General Passenger and Ticket Agt for tie Round Trif Also Excursion A Dark Bay Saddle 3- - it about 16 hands high 4 years old Small knot on right hind leg jast above ankle Small body with long legs Liberal ie ward for horse or iniormatiea lending ta his recovery MRS MARGART V NDER 7 i H 1X11 VS EXEMI What the Natlva Population to Contend jt s 2 WKm KKIEXDofmlne Lad a summer residi noe about nine miles from Luck now and I ooepted Lis in- - vltfkti s KB i i A a n i 1 him iie bad about 300 acres of land a large part of which was forest end thicket with a across a portion of t The idea 1 n India is to keep Therefore every house is being provided as possible and ndas I had zoological l u v him a half whirl and then trotted away into the thicket I have been told that it is my duty to report this We had been at the shooting box three days and had killed a dosec hy Â¬ enas a panther and a couple of big snakes There were four white men of us in the party and we had eight or ten native trackers and servants On the fourth morning before breakfast I ran a thorn into my foot and was advised to lie quiet during the day The house was divided into two rooms each about twelve fiit mi ware and each having two hammocks in it The first room was used to 6toro provisions in The HIKE I IBS II Uf IYC DEALERS IN F Caps f Yes J3 Bools Sloes Hats M IS EILLED WITH BRIG LT El THE FINEST LINE CENTS rDRNISEIND GDDDS FOR THF crek running Summer Season It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our SUMMER Wc entered the market STOCK nnltC the coming ssasoo by a stock which in its magnitude tlkSStM mark an event in We have the history of all opening succeeded beyond our expectation- 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 v Tinware and Cutlery IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE far C DEPARTMENT w ip p v a but i lventure almost windows wiro and SSM at a bui5 oorti - sootained thri SB A - room was tv of the Till T1GKR STOOD OVii HIM door between the two was a frame covÂ¬ ti si ifsSSI IBSSMSfc Ladies In all Shoes Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better goods CO at lower prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the W C FITZPATRICK justice of inspecting our new Spring stock No matter how high the plane of your desires WE CAN SUIT YOU For square dealing best goods biggest assortment and MILLHUFF BOSH PERFECT RAM bo ling - the n on day- - just at j ran along Mj bam- mm of c sasck was windows and vf slde led ty two men I had no fear ves and therefore had no arms ndow ourv tbe wiro cloth the hes from and was wonder n what had caused the noise when a big cobra i against the suib iy liftid IS oataide of the wire and his eyes looked a minute it seemed Into ii J not beat at all Had as if l the window been nngnardM I could not ff the at- hare raised a finger liissod at me and saved Lis hideous head ali over the the screen eraten looking for some break in Its retted on y work is xp--t-t- J done by India it m way at any instant After a f mm Ism saahs wtmA con seopi window asd the third searching ever ich in h find a way into the room Aftwindow directly in f me I might Lave dropped out of Iver from rred to me that If I provoked the cobra he would be us at sure to make a m - - that I could just peep after going over all the windows a second and third time 1 beard him crawling around the veranda I then dropped out opened thf door and called to my friend and he seized a 1 clow- - tack I I uiet d whroiii passed ad the of the house Serpent oi ng an entrance and wax mounting to a charge of buckshot fired at close range through the screen No one was iwo tall excited Th Incident seemed to o more weight than the visit of a baj A and wooftbo servants t ao- - bar re barefooted nasi In the o creek I shot eclcs and ahout to cross it when one of n the lead and i turned back v jt hunt around the birds Neither o another way stvles prices and grades ever brought to this market cheaper than were ered with wire cloth There was only ever known We recommend them to the one window in each room and that was trade Our line of provided with a sliding sash with wiro cloth tacked over the outside The out-Â¬ Ladies 3 Shoes In all Styles side door was also s screen but this was left standing open during the day Made especially for us by Ziegler Bros After breakfast one of the natives Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants poultice of leaves for my wound and demands of the people for a and I lay down In a hammock in the 2 and Inner room The throe other white 250 LADIES SHOE men went off up the river a companied by all the natives except two one to We have added to this line which for attend mo and the other to see to the style and durability has no equal We I lay facing the doors and have the largest stock of cooking bad a view of the fire and a strip of country beyond It At nine oclock we heard the reports of rifles far away Half an hour later just as I was ele- Â¬ Ever brought to this city prices ranging vating my bead so that I could read a from z to f 7 This - the best line you Give us a call before book which was at hand 1 saw a tiger can get anywhere spring upon the two men They were buv ing elsewhere and be convinced Weal not at the fire but a few feet away so make special mention of our MENS 3 under a tree and their faces were SHOES Childrens and Infants Shoes in toward me The animal Lad therefore great abundance and your interests will be approached uneon Ho knocked both guarded in buving them from us Our and down and struck them after tbey were stock of LOWSHOES saw SLIPPERS is the pu ever If you down and then stood over their pros Â¬ not ready ttiest youcall and examine andare be to buy bodies and looked at the forest satisfied this M the place trate An immense This was hardly ton feet from tbo open tock of WORK SHOES BROGANS door It was so sudden that 1 lost half and PLOW SHOES in fact we have a minute and by the end of that time made untiring cllorts in every line of our the tiger left the men and came to the Shoe Department and we think the climax door and looked in Ho probably has been capped scented me for he switched his tail and growled and while he stood there I saw blood on his neck Our My hammock had ceased swinging look io Couplets and I kept very quiet In hopes the voud go Msaa ne stood and growl d and stared for a minute and ting of Stetsons soft Summer styles thin advanced to the inner door and Knox stiff Hats recently received thev See what style columns of pushed against it Had it opened to are dandies ward me he could have entered but it New York papers say about them In opened the other way With his eyes addition to the above named goods which and nose against the wire ho growled in we havent space to mention onlv briefly a way to senl the chills over me but I you can get Laundred Unlaundred and Collars I to move a finger for fear ho Woolen Shirts Umbrellas Cuds Socks Neckwear in Handkerchiefs make a dash and como through profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other Uth He dli rako bis teeth along articles too numerous to mention S and also strike the wire two or three times with bis paw He lJ We now bid you come and see must have hit thi sharp ends of some our attractive goods Attractive prices of the wirs the last time for be ut that tell their own tale of cheapness Ats velp and drew buck and after tractive bargains bound to please every licking hi paw fira moment retreated buyer Attractive treatment a smile and through the open door As my riflo was a square deal for all I in the further room felt it The Square Dealing House prudent to lie quiet for a tlmo and I did get up the beast had disap- Â¬ peared I found one of the natives dead BOGGS his skull having been crushed by a blow while the other had received a bite in the shoulder but was playing Sccessors to Wallace Rice dead aU 44- us- oon the party came in and then 1 that the had start ed a pair of tigers out of cover about a R female had I in a gully but the male aftr beÂ¬ ing wound bolted out of sight pnid the camp t Latest Styles Wn Jisl as Welcome COME and SEE US YOU REMEMBER as fallc Sfirinf WHETHER COM 10 LOOK OR BUY PL0WS PLOWS We have tho GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which we befi is the best plow made Buy it try it and you cant deny it We also handle the COVINGTON 220 If TV Main Street Near Hotel Glyndon MITCHELL Mens Boys Shoes Big Injun Plow Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market and the MOLINE TONGUE AND TONGUELESS CULTIVATORS Our Sximmer Styles Are How Heady 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 tiRIDLES AND LINES Also full sets ol And everything necessary to hitch up Eat -- CROOKE BENNETT I URMSTON Â¬ DRY GOODS AND Farming and Garden Wagon HARNESS HANDLE JL lviVIS OF AVJE Implements S And the CELEBRATED BUCKEYE REAPERS and MOWERS We keep on hand for inspection a number of WAU the best ROAD CARTS that roll the pikes and MERCHANT TAILORING WALLACE BrTin Rooffing a Specialty Call and see our Goods and Prices and we suit you will W C FITZPATRICK CO ADAMS AT Jile might do us the spot where he had made out a huge i for jur the In- Microbe Killer N Y N THE r NEWEST -- js Main Street Richmond Ky Xs HATS CONVICTS FARE H Prlvmtr Dlninc ISmuik of the Financiers if tlir Ohio IVtit iit iiry to ll CtooaSk When the present iiio POWERS mm I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE OKAOQUAINTZD WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAIH MUCH VALUABLE UTTORMATIOW FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF lil JSAjS nlc in v d penitentiary there aittiag prison- certain ofleat to draw con- sec- - 100 Main St Richmond Ky Also a full liue of the purest and freshest 10000 WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER M and have them cooked TTS 1K1 XF saurian lylnp In the creek riht across the path and evidently waiting for osme one to cross This was not over s quarter of a v bung alow and the saurian bad evidently come sVubb the creek from a small lake about two miles away made ready to firs t one of the natives touched iny arm and respectfully 6aid asc dort fahib If you anper him he will bring others to make us trouble killed gain iuht to be driven away or i but when there are a thousand more in the lake what wwuld you mod so earnest about it that I turned away That nie ht a number of the senrmls crossed tho creek to attend torn sort of a party and In tbo morn Â¬ ing a aa wps missing After Consider io inriiry it was decided that tbe crocodile bias as be at prompted to cross tbe path 1 said to be native who had restrained my fire Now yon see what you did Had I killed tbe reptile tbe yoing man would nave been with us this morning Ah sahib but you might not have killed him and then be would have taken two of us About six miles below Patna on tbe Ganges in the liengalee district a pie of English officers with whom I was acquainted had a shooting box and I went up with a party to enjoy some pork I was a wild strip of country long tbe ati earn and although so near to a village this fact did not render A doxen faaoe any leas abundant tigers three or four panthers and a core of hyenas bad been bagged there n two years but it still remained favorite lurking ground for big game Ai a osity I hunted up tbe returns made to the Government fross this place and found that the verage of natives bitten by serpents favoured or slain by wild beasts liree per week the year round These were the figures re atorted bat only one loss in three is re-Â¬ ported by tbe natives as they per believing that the blanks sent in by officials are somehow connected with on or official surveillance Two days before we started a native came in to toe civil authorities to report a ease U aid We were going to see our father and sathet at afugador a village seven will away my brother and I We were in a path crossing tbe forest to aave distance He was ahead it was two boars after daylight We ait very happy and bo was telling me a story which his wife bad told him when a tiger suddenly sprang upon him I stopped The liger stood ovr bim with both paws upon his breast and looked at me and growled asd switched -- ed in the deputy wardens offices and two or three other plaeM DRUGS CHEMICALS accorded this privilege and atter of course they fared better than most of tho prisoners petting the choicest bits from the kitchen and having them cooked and served mATT mm a omTz-iT tti o to them in hotter style than to thoso who ate in the li dining room Warden BUHDRI1 Pyer mined to stop this prae- PERFUMERY id promulgated an order prohibiting the issuing of raw rations and proBRUSHES viding that hereafter all prisoners shall SOAPS Ac be furnished the same quality and kind of food This will not however pre- Â¬ vent thoso who can afford it from buy- rtain luxuries which has always been allowed pisoners but it will break up the private table system and PAINTS OILS compel all prisoners to eat at the same WHITE LEAD Ac table and in the regular dining room A number of prisoners will be affected by tbe change prominent among them lieing E L Harper of Fidelity Hank fame Treasurer Coleman of Warren County ashler Rhodes of Champaign County Treasurer Simons of Darke Caaatj Lawyer Smith of Auglaize and Cashier Uolliday of Mt A competent Pharmacist Gilead The new rule will not affoct Ex AuditorC Al Graham of Warren to compound prescriptions County who is employed in the hospital and takes his meals there POWERS Irisonc art from the other ts und AM Tliat Can le Had oA LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion The Latest Styles in Goods and Make Â¬ Â¬ GREAT REDUCTION IN SPRING GOODS BRibLS Ldet Ldiei Mieeet Dongola Sheet Dongol u jre IjiJE prp f - yJfm jjfVsa llfc S V 9 H 1 Patent Medicines BRILLS SHOES This new and excellent 250 shoe is equal to any 350 shoe It grows more and more popular day by day Everybody likes it that tries it For men and women Every pair iHGents Brills 175 Boys THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY 30O STATIONERY School Boohs 200 Dongofa Sheet Sheet Calf Shoes Mittet goli Shoet 250 Oon Including main lines branches and extensions East and VTest of tho Missouri River To all points East Nortn and Northwest from Kansas l8inA Davenport Des Moines Cfcicaco and via LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthinton Sioux Palls ALREBT town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns and cities ItWater is tho In connection St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern with linos from points conversing at and Southern Kansas City it also constitutes It traverses vast areas of the farming and grazing lands in the woria forming the SDeedlest richest moat popular and economical system of transportation to and from all citias towns and sections in Kansas Col Sioanditno In2an Territory FREE Reclining Chair Cars between Hutchinson anJ Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Dodge City and Pullman and Hutchinson KtVM EillBX THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RiVER guaranteed MEAN iTinj rctlTc Senator Judpe Carey tbo long time delegate from Wyominjf will probably bo one of tbe Senators from that recently created State Ho is a large man tall strong vigorous beavy and yet not phlegmatic In a ecent conversation in tbe Douse restaurant be said I dont understand tbe meaning of tbe word malice ex- Â¬ cept hifi ri ntiuH y I have been blessed with a disposition absolutely free from that element I am quick tempered and will strike from tbe shoulder to re Â¬ sent an insult or injury That is well known But I woulj not lay a straw in tbo way of my worst enemy on the following day In fact it is easy abso lutely easy for me to obey tbe Scriptural in junction Ict not tbe sun go down upon thy wrath Tnose who know him best testify to nth fulness of this statement un- Â¬ ostentatiously made by tbe lovable Wyoming man A Â¬ SrecEssoBS 39 29 to C E SmOL 30- - W A BROTHER ff IN ORDER TO CLOSE POWELL AXkZOOV RECORD iiy Reduction Sale for 30 Days Only VERLASTINGLY WILL Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool in summer warmed dv steam from the locomotive in winter well ventilated and free from duet 71TV KJ13a J5tv and 8t- Joseph daily on arrival of trains from the Cast FREE Rechning Choir eieanTay Coaches Pullman Palace Sleepers and Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to only important in rado tervening stations inPgn3 a11 Pueblo malting slops Diningat Hotels at con- Kansas and Colorado Superb - MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Â¬ 227 TO TUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL Madison T- 2nafi2u1e8 fJVfda5pnn8J iff Wolf Bring Success m In Tralnloc Harry looking over manuscript You dont expect any editor will accept such stuff as that do you Jack Certainly notl It bas been reÂ¬ fused by neven alrr ady Iiarry Why under the son do you keep on sending it round Jack Im trying to discover in how tnanv ways a tbing can be courteously declh -- What for Jack - I promised to pro with Imogcne dinner of the Mystic Cooking Club Life -- Mandeville Ault deputy recorder of Belmont County O ut hU fathers near Cei shot bis wife throujrh ti killing her instant ly lie then n tho bad t fatally and then banged him-Â¬ self in the bam Mental and physical depression for nearly a year is assigned as the cause Ctty Marshal Probably Fatally Shot City Marshal Hode of Pontlac 111 bably fa Â¬ tally hurt j worthless io was try- - His Wife Tiies Himself 1 OUT OUR STOCK AND other stocks are incom WHILST MAKE ROOM FOR FALL we always keep a full GOODS WE WILL GIVE and complete stock by buying all the year round new goods being A SPECIAL DISCOUNT received daily Prices on everyOF TEN PER CENT OFF thing never so low as now MidNECKTIE3 OF MARKED PRICES summer prices on everything We can save you money on everyREMEMBER THAT WE Madras Cloth thing in the line of Paints Oils MARK OUR GOODS Varnishes Brushes ilass Wall srs IN PLAIN FIGURES AND Papers Window Shades Picture Umbrellas Frames Mouldings Curtains SELL CHEAPE LI THAN Poles Carpets Etc See our 50 OUB THE CHEAPEST cent Shade on Spring Roller comUnderwear MOTTO IS CASH TO plete It is a dandy and as cheap Valises We know that we will as dirt AVOID A CRASH AND HOSIERY have to oiler you big inducements SAVE OUR CUSTOMto secure your trade and we pro- While Vests SUSPENDERS ERS THEIR CASH pose to otler you everything in our line at from 20 to 25 per cent lower than ever pffered in this We cordinily thank Ihe public for a liberal patronage and market before We mean what we say so call early and get solicit a continuation of the same choice of bargains Ever alive to the wants of the people Very Respect fully GEO M WILLG1NG II UbUil Ufltfi nf APRf f TRHR We offer the services of TA200 for the season of i County Kentucky at at Silver Creek -- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING Peak toe Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain e mountain parka mining camps and cities sanitary 5ln grounds and scenic attractions of Colorado 7tibExpre88Tram8 aro PlPPed with every modem improvement Jh fafety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment rvaaaJrwto connections at terminnl cities Union r pots with the Denverand Rio Grande Colorado in Colorado InPacific Denver Texas and Fort Worth nrf HiiTTl liuTirL Union uivcikiU m wtm noapa nme ZL7rZ Issued iicKM or further Tables Folders copies ofthe Western Trail monthly doaired information address THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE c8 11 nL wa COL- E ST JOHN Hats Shirts Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is baled Mares kept and re ularly on ten cents a day grain fed if desiied at reasonable rate Will take every care to prevent accident- or escapes but will not be responsible for either graat tril General Xjier CHICAGO IL1 JOHN SEBASTIAN Oaal T cket Pa 28a - Â¬ Â¬ SHOES Â¬ SHIRTS TRUNKS record while in foal nd Yazoo 11- TolaadO by BolmOt Nre of Nutwood and thirty two more in 230 list 2nd dam Young Portia am of Voltaire record 220 and sire of ISesiraere Hymen 22 trial Iortion record 235 and sire of Minnesota Record 313 227 Childe Harold two mile record in 504 in England Consnela trial 2 jo4 dam of Con naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Voltigeur trial 230 by lfambrinO CiOf sire of Lady Thorn 218 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer 4th dam by Whip R thoroughbred The above pediree show YaSOO Io be superbly bred Harold Belmont Mambii no Chief his sire grand sire and great gi and sire are each illusti iunde Young lortia hisdun and grand dam aie illustrious matrons with a pacing thorough- Â¬ bred foundation where can you beat it BTlook now open Address us at Silver Creek Madison county Kv stands at 300 ist dam Yazoo is 07 Harold sire of Hand 5 205 and 23 more 230 jorformera OI BRYANT STRAnON Business College S1SSSS Vuba 24 LOUISVILLE KY BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY at the drug The Madison Cov st THROUGH CAR LINE MACKINAC Â¬ 43- - T S BURNAM CO Commencing JuW ist there will be established a through line of first class Ves tibuied Pullman and Wagner Sleeping and Cars daily between Cincinnati Dayton are Toledo Detroit Mackinaw Citv and all principal resorts of the Upper Peninsula oi Michigan via the C U St D R R and Michgan Central to Mackinaw sleepers will he attached to trains leav- Richmond a Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY Saturday Organized 1874 JA8 E CANTRILL President Dr 8 F GANG Med Director Assets 5675040 VORIES SCHIOOLFIELD THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS ji3 WEST CO 41 STREET W Z THOMSON Secretary Dk V W HARDIN Gu Agt Calls attention to its Ltvel Preniium Plan ol Insurance and liberal term of Island and Policy Prompt antl Reliaiile Paid up iDuraui e given at Hie end ot extec tancy of life thus uisability clause ii except for fraud or eut ot ureinium travel or occupation Policies uon furfeilable after tltfec auuual payu The advantages securec through tickets via this ri Lol such favorabie and well the Cincinnati Hamilton and Michigan Central R ent to all first class trave can offer such advantages as t and route allow troit then cont it 9 a m daily except retu - Now Livsry and Sale Stalls R R amo- - uod - HORSES otlver summer HITCHED OR resc FED J