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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jtenjjftV rffia ixifa ist Wv Sffisfe VOLUME ATTORNEYS I ffi tjr------- 1 1 IV RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6 1890 I ffi ENCROACHING i I i I Â¬ I- I SL jj efS an lignra rifin A C e Â¬ V --- 5 v t QtiiiAjiitiJjSfi fuSi -- NUMBER 8 K I BURNAM W - A TTORXE1S-AT-L- m First - HUMPHREYS VETERINARY SPECIFICS FEABFfJL COLLISION Injured Another collision occurred on tho Mo non Sunday afternoon at 11 oclock which resulted in the killing of two men and the serious Injury of several others One of whom will probably die Passen ger train No 3 that left Chicago Satur- Â¬ day for Louisville was delayed six hours at Groencastle by the wreck of tho bridge over Walnut creek caused by throe cars Iseing placed in a Monon switch by the I St L road breaking from the train and running away and into tho bridge The passenger train left Greencastle after the wrecked bridge had been repaired and was run- Â¬ ning at a high rate of speed to clear the time of the north bound passenger train No ft A change in tho time table of the north bound train of ten minutes had been made and it U possible that the south bound train had not been in formed of the change or if it had mis Â¬ apprehended Tho conductor of the south bound was Peter McDonald tho engineer was Arthur Byrne the fire- Â¬ man George Kohl the two latter of New Albany On this train were Mail Agent Jainc Til ford of Now Albany and American Express Route Agent John Blaekwcll of Louisville John Bill was conductor on the north bound train and Robert Muir engineer both of New Albany Both trains were running at a tremen Â¬ dous speed and when they came into collision they were at a crook in tho road thickly overgrown by high bushes and weeds that obstructed them from view at the point where they struck So they came with together such force as utterly destroyed both en Â¬ gines and telescoped the express mail and one chair car absolutely tearing them into atoms The killed are Arthur Byrne Now Albany engineer of the south bound train George Kohl of New Albany fireman of the south bound train Tho bodies of both these men were buried under the two engines and telescoped cars and not recovered till five oclock Sunday afternoon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WATERa Two rassenr er Trains Come Tor ether at fall Speed Two Killed and a Xumber CUBA MAY BE OURS Two If the Riiiv I Kenticky For Sorsos Cattle Sheep riuroain- - Building WP SULUVA vl TTORXEi MoM - A TLA W Kknticky vimip as formerly oc lb- Judge Millir A TTORXElA T LA W - tcaw Fever DvetUnsInflnmmatloa A A Spinal Milk Fever Ianieneas Khrumatiam Hisiruini llenTncltls Discharaea ItisKiiiper Nasal J His or drabs fjl Cnaahs Heaves Worms rneamaola SKE olir ir rlpes Bellyache Mlacarrlnre Hemorrhages I riunry and Kidney II Diseases ill Eruptive Diseases Mintr K Diseases of Digestion Paralysis aagat Bottle over SO dosesX 60 Stable Case with Specifics Manual ilnari cure otl and Sietilcator 8700 - 100 Jar Veterinary Care Oil Sold by Druggists or Sent Prepaid anyvrhero and in 3ldj quantity on Receipt of Price lumphroys Medicine Co 109 Fulton St II T Bk aad Chart Sent Free Does Bogs AND PO0LTHT en Treatment of Animala Kkhviinu - - Kentucky 8- eeL - STrttFKREYS HOatZOPATHIC DENTAL tSURUKUY SPECIFIC No uo S Kervous In VIA ji j a WILKES SMITH DEXTAL SURGEOX KtMlTKY iiiMinK O Ui jar T ooulvsticssssfnl rerocdjlac Debiiily vital Weakness end Prrttua from oww work or other cnnnati fi Tiovlb and Itssi via pt i ler LQOMTInn 1 28 rwx KliHMOM 10armlt iptol J MkIii MreeL Office 3- - den ALL RECORDS BROKEN Willi the change of time taking effect May i8 ty MORGAN RICUMOXD Main D Dt S KENTUCKY jNatitMinl 8- - The Solid Vestibule Trains OF THE Street over Madison ELBY W BUBGIN DENTIST sv I Big Four Route Kentucky number of houses on new roads which are threatened with being swallowed up by the river and on tho Atchafalaya where the caving means to destroy im- Â¬ portant levees A hanger The caving in of the river banks in consequence of the fall ot the Mississippi after reaching tho highest point ever known continues as attract ive as ever and is becoming threatening at New Orleans and other points The caving is caused by tbe river during high water washing out under the banks which does not manifest itself however until the water falls Ugly cavings have occurred at the foot of Now enSecond street Orleans dangering Central tho Illinois Bartracks at tho foot of racks and Hospital threatening tho garbage wharf at the Second District levee on the west bank of the river carrying away the pavement on front street on It and nearly reaching the dwellings at the foot of Saraparu Enghien Seventh Eighth and other streets Should It continue the damage will be very great So far it seems Impossible to stop it Piles have been driven in on the banks of the river but have had no effect The bank cracks in sections of about ten by fifty feet falls into the river and Is carried away Serious caving is reported at several other points oh the Mississippi notably at Pointo Coupe where It will require the remove al of the Church of St Francis and a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Mississippi River Pats Kew Orleans In FIFTY FIEST COXQRESS The bill to pension al the surviving officers and men ot Powells battalion ot Missouri mounted volunteers raised during tne war with Mexico was reported expla n d by Mr Cockreli and passed Tbe hour of oclock was fixed tor the time of meeting snd 6 p m for sdjournment Tbe transtrr of the Revenue Marine was discussed until 8 p m when the tariff bill was taken up and considered until adjournment A motion to recommit was defeated by a party vote yeas IS nays 23 llocss A motion made by Mr Cannon Til that the House go into Committee of the Wnolo for the further consideration of the Senato amendments to the sundry ctvil appropriation bill was antagonized in the interest of District of Columbia legislation but prevailed yeas ISt nays IS Mr Burrows tMlcu taking the cbair Tho recommendations of the Committee on Appropriations were agreed to without much friction the bone of contention tbe Senate irngntion amendments betap passed over until the other matters w re Hasps si ot Mr Into conCannon made a stron effort to tin r using the ference the Senate amendment appropriation for the publication of tbe offletnl records of the War of the Rebellion from H5S 100 to SiSiOOO was defeated the House dectd ing to concur all the Democrats with a very few exceptions and a large number of Republicans voting to SRree to tbe amendments With out disposing ot all the amendments the committee rose and tbe House adjourned Waphikgto July J9 SrSATF After a call of the roll in order to roenre the attend ance of a quorum Mr Morgan presented resolutions adopted at a public meeting ot Repub licans In Birmingham Ala against the passage of the election bilL Mr Sawyer from the Post office Committee reported back the Senate bill to establish a limited postal and telegraph service Placed on the calendar Mr Sherman offered a rcfolullon wtlch went over till to morrow for the dally meeting of the Senate at 10 a m Mr ingalls Introduced a bill to establish a department of communication and said that It was prepared br and Introduced at the request of the Wage workers Alliance The tariff bill was taken up and considered and after a brief executive session tbe Senate adjourned House Mr Capnon till from the Commit tee on appropriations reported a Joint resolution providing temporarily iuntll August 14 for such ot the expedltures of the Government as have not been provided for ty the appropriation bills which have already become laws Passed The House then went Into a commit tee of the whole Mr Burrows iMkh In tho chair on the Senate amendments to the sunory All the amendments civil appioprlatlon bill were non curred in Debate on tbe irrigation askendment was limited to four hours and at 4j0 p m the Hotee adjourned WAaWtWOSOat Hoar July 30 Senate--M- r presented a memorial of the North Carolina Republican Association of the District of Columbia in favor ot the passage of the Natonal election bllL Mr Vest presented a memorial of the Wage workers Alliance of tho District ot Columbia denouncing ihe bankrupt law Mr Sherman offered an amendment to tho defici ency appropr atlon bill which was referred to the Committee on Appropriations appropri ating tro000 for marking the boundary line be tween the United States and Mexico and call ed attention to its urgency The resolution offered yesterday by Mr Sherman fixing the dally hour of the averting al 10 a m was taken np and agreed to Tlie tanfT bill was taken up and debated until ailjournimnt House The sundry civil appropriation bill was laid aside for the conference report on tlie District appropriation bill which was agreed to The irrlration amendment to the sundry civil appropriation bill was considered until adjournment Wasbtkotoji July 31 Senate A communication from tbe Secretary of the Interior A bill was on Irrigation was ordered printed reported authorizing the C urt of Claims to take jurisdiction of the McGarrahan claim The strict appropriation bill was passed and the tariff bill was considered Four pages of the bil huvmg ooen disposed of to day the Senate adjourned after a statement by Mr Hlalr that by a calculation which he had mndc the bill would be disposed of at tbe present rate of progress by the UOth of next December HOC A resolution to investigate certain vague charges of corruption In tbe passage ot the silver bill was decided by the Speaker not to Tbe irrigation be a question of privilege amendment to the sundry civil bill was non the House at 525 p m adconcurred la and journed Washington Aug Senate Mr Blair offered a resolution instructing the Committee on Rules to report within four days n rule for the Incorporation of the previous question or some method of limiting and closing debate in the parliamentary procedure of the Senate and asked for Its Hexoedtata consMt ntlon Objec tion was male and the resolution went over till to morrow The tariff bill was then discussed until adjournment HotE The House took up the sundry civil non concurring bill ihe question being on The atailoaa In a minor Senate amendment On ijuestion ivbi ordered Yeas iaV axqrs in the Senate amendment no quorum voted A motkin U adjourn was voted down and a call of tho House was ordered This disclosed a quorum and further proceed ings under tho call were dispensed with The remainder of the afternoon was consumed In a vain attempt to atears a quorum and without dsposingot tbe bill the House took a recess the evening session to lie for the consideration of private pension bills Washington Aug 1 Senate A petition from Ohio was presented favoring an Increase The credentials of K In 1h dity on barley D White a successor to Mr Fustis of LouA Joint resolution was isiana were presented passed to permit Lieutenant Colonel H C Corbin to accept a civil poltion on the Worlds Fair Commission Mr Blairs previous quesThe tariff de tion resolution was referred b ite mas resumed and continued until adjourn ment House The Senate amendments to the sun dry civil appropriation bill were non concurred At 8 p m in and the bill sent to conference the House adjourned 1 1 I Â¬ 1 THE COMMONWEALTH Commissioner Wilsoks report fot July shows that the condition of Ken tucky crops Is very unsatisfactory Wheat will yield about fifty five per cent of the harvest of last year with a poor berry corn has a condition of sixty-five per cent tobacco sixty per cent rye having matured before tho diouth was saved in good condition oats con dition at harvest twenty per cent hay made a splendid crop homp shows a condition of sixty six per cent apples forty per cent peaches twonty three per cent Irish potatoes twenty per cent sweet potatoes fair condition but needing rain badly gardens generally dried rp and vegetables very scarcer The postmaster at Bowling Green has filed an application at tbe Po3t oftVe De partment for the establishment of tho free delivery system A iuav wind storm tho other after Â¬ noon did corisidorablo damage to prop-Â¬ erty In East Newport and Bellevue Several houses were blown down or un Â¬ roofed The Swift rolling mills at Newport have been sold to a Duluth syndicate for Â¬ Hundred Million Would Buy It Dollars First Session WasniNOron Julyafi Sewats Pimples AND- - KENTUCKY ONTRU IT 11 BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from tral Ke East West and South- United States Will Take the Island Now She Caa Have It By Kellev Ing Spains Distress Blotches jfMB BVIDENCM That the blood is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Will be scheduled so as to provide the best Palace Iry JckkIk Store on and tjuickest service cer offered merit- occupied by Dr K between the 4V Monster Funeral J CREED D D KUKS ILLE KENTUCKY W niiiK to NORTH SOUTH EAST t7- - WEST Limited Kliniell the irofmaloii residence Everything THYSKIAN8 The SoiiUsni The funeral of seventy five of the trlc- tims of the fire damp explosion in tho Pelissier pit at St Etienne took place Thursday The coffins were covered with flowers Some of the coffins bore To tbe martyrs of the inscriptions labor and To tho victims of capitalist exploitation Tho whole mining population of the St Etienne district attended the funeral M Ives Guyot who was Â¬ 1R J M rOYNTZ A 111VSICIAN - XD S I lid EON Kentlcky 3- Tlie finest train in Amtrica equipped with an Elegant Dining car Service runs daily between St Louis Cincinnati AND ml street next lo White Drug - New York VIA TIIK Boston CeatiH R B EVANS MD PHI SIC I AX AXD SURGE OX Kentucky Rkiimond f W Itfnce firett 4 Truk I Y Srond Street K T J TAYloli - Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery Richmond oftVi - - - Kfmukv Landing passengers at Grand Central Sta- tion in the heart of New Yoik City from which point street cars and elevated rail roads can be taken to any part of the city No change of cars to Boston The South western Limited makes direct cohnetion in Union Depots with tiiiough trains from all western and southern cities R snd Street over IykeV Grocery JOHN M Foster S l RGE - Absolutely no Ferry Transfer The most complete Vestibuled Trains on the American Continent run daily between JH SIC1A N A XD Richmond iifrie- X Kentucky CINCINNATI Ask for CHICAGO Main Slnw line nt xl iIimm to IuxnuX Mi i n and Tales 3- - TICKETS -- via the- - BIG FOUR ROUTE Mirkay B MARTIN Genl Passenger Agent 1 y SEXSMITHM D PUfSIClAN AXD SURGEON I l In Mail - Kentucky i si- - Oscar G Trallio Manager CINCINNATI OHIO tlie jilt- MADISON Monumen ia works LETCHER pursier a x a xd s t S M rgeox KtVHlKV N KlHMIMl - - - RICHMOND KY nil RatMtMK BRIGHT M i PttrSfCAN AXDS AfECX W KllllMiAli it Il - KeNTICKY of 11m liunitll Building on Main Ml eel uiven to mi n opiritl and viiinnaiioiis of tlsMieti and flnils HMiy DRC Hit HOLTON Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon KENTUCKY HMOMO It i - M ki ii to dtaBaasa cult rlimnn ami MimiimOwtak medicines any saatreaa Sfectal attention am aittiicti and all diffi Pulicnl tretctl a a e t ttriglirm in Hours V30 to Â¬ sent t KS 1 EN N I NG8 cV I i IB81 N Every--Charact- er Physicians and Surgeons IcfcitM srt tfflo--MHiii - Kentucky il Vi lute Mure street over Wallace A Riees and grade of Monumental Work from the smallest stone to the mot j K AULTK COLOSSAL A MONUMENT STATUARY PH ISICIA X OflW XD SURGEON RitiiMiiMi Kenticky Barnaul - 4 18- OR MOST ELABORATE tlienauil R 29i W Main Street Hull line--u- p Main M J BLACK Our prices compete with city houses Designs furnished on application PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON 25- - Imported Native Marble Call Id ii HorsK Ivy and GRANITE always on hand and see me HAS HOOKER I E TERIXA RV S URGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Hp anally OrriCaV Kaaa HiiKlKin building - A D FLORA Proprietor J A G WILLIAMSON ENGINEER dir lo climax office Richmond Ky 46- Dll - CRT Civil Engineer and Surveyor For Sale or Hent lare Iimi I desire to aetl Imnnlurv kmmI r rent jrivntily lie GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Kurvey made for UitilwaVH Turii Eatimatee jtivcu inc Itikes Roadway Farm drainage Town 1oIk laid nil pextial attention given Line retraced to topographii al inapu ami plala of Correpoinl farina and oilier lauila tsoliciletl with iiulies interested in aurveys of lands in mountain couti liti of Kentucky siiiiieil on a Ky iv STORE HOUSE orner lot in Ellis Uiioxti h Hie tlt gati trier -- J H H OOLVKR JESSE COBB BTOlbce l Citv Hall Richmond Ky - maran KlliS wy rM V 1 tlPVOVnS9l iflvrjr si cIiIhEP rtHH KHinan nlT l wjS oneorihr stMStat Trl 91 tfi - bVbb I aikL If S i U a - a hS a BaBHiI I I toprtKrc tons a I boT OI7 ia t JUr tt utl ror oar in hSo Tmt jr of all Fine Saddle Stallion willl make the scaton of lisoo at the Fair Grounds Richmond Ky at Hap TV tflsiWjniBr n ahonatti aJt tt 1 nnrom wiitl ril tS trio ism-- -- iMMtt rur lei - formerly Minister of Public Works de- livereifan oration over the coffins which were arrayed in a line After tbe bodies had been interred the local leaders A Destructive Hall Storm The most terrific wind and hail storm spoke upon tho demands of the Social ists Tho Chamber of Deputies has vot ever experienced at Richland Minn ed 200000 francs for the benefit of the visited that section Sunday forenoon The windows on the west and north families of those who lost their lives in sides of every building in the village tho pit and for miles on either side in tho kavages of Cholera at Mecca country are broken Tho storm was The cholera epidemic in Mecca shows about forty miles wide and about ten no signs of abatement The deaths miles long All uncut grain in its path from the disease average eighty daily is a total loss The hail in some in- Â¬ The confirmation of reported exist Â¬ stances were as large as 1m ns eggs and ence of cholera to an the epidemic degree at Mvcrtd the ground for several inches Bagdad and Mecca causes great uneasiThe loss is estimated at from T5000 to ness in Western Europe and strict pre- Â¬ S150r0Q0t Hogs were killed and hun- Â¬ cautions are being taken at Marseilles dreds of chickens poriatied In some in and other entrepots of oriental traffic to stances tho pieces of icr were driverl prevent If possible tho Introduction of with such foree as to pierce through tho infection through those ports Tho roofs of buildings cholera at Mecca is always caused as A MILLION JEWS everybody knows by the presence of im- Â¬ McCaffreys Fatal Jump At Boston Sunday afternoon Charles mense crowds of pilgrims to the Holy To Be ExpeUed From Huasla VTIiRe Those Remaining Will He Compelled to McCaffrey tho bridge jumper whose am Â¬ City of Mohammed who have not tho Lead a Menial Life bition it was to rival Steve Brodio es slightest notion of sanitary laws and The London Times says The Russian sayed a jump of isu feet and tho effort who dwell in a condition of filth almost Government has ordered tho application He shot through tho indescribable resulted in death of the edicts ot 1882 against the Jews air feet foremost until within perhaps These edicts have hitherto been held In A Horned Ruake eight feet of the water Then his body abeyance According to these Jews A C Caplenger and Jefferson Scott turned and ho struck the water squarely must henceforth reside in certain towns upon his back Strange to say instead two farmers living near Jeorgotown will bo permitted to of sinking immediately the body for W Va a few days slnco killed a snako only None or it for the man must have been instantly in Caplengers barn yard which meas- Â¬ own landpurposes hlro Tho order agri- Â¬ inkilled Itounded upward and then floated ured four feet three inches in length cultural cludes within its scope towns and sur- Â¬ The reptile was of the same color as an for fully fifteen seconds upon the face of the water then slowly it sank ordinary house snako and resembled hundreds of villages that have large No Jow will bo one to some oxtcnt The peculiar Jewish populations from sight m m feature was a horn on the end of tbe allowed to hold shares in or work mines Faintly of Ten Poisoned Tho law limiting tho residence of Jews The attempt of a colored preacher snakes tail four inches long The horn to sixteen provinces will bo enforced was the same color almost as the body named W II Boone in Gordon County except half an Inch of the extreme end No Jew will bo allowed to enter the CaV to kill by poisun a family of ten army to practice medicine or law or to persons three- of his victims being now which was pure white Tho horn was be an engineer or to enter any of the hard as steel and sharp as a knife blade dead has created intense excitement They will also be other professions and the prisoner and his wife are caredebarred from holding posts under tho The Johnstown Victims fully guarded in the jail He put rat The enforcement of the Thursday fourteen months after tho Government poison in the load of a colored family flood at Johnstown Pa tho local pa- Â¬ edicts will result in tho expulsion of lianied Lalley Boone puts the crime on over ono million Jews from the country liis wife savins she was jealous of Mrs per prints what it claims to bo a correct list of the dead Tho total number is him Tho wifo Lalleja alTietion J 187 which if correct leaves PRIZE FIGHT WITH HIS WIFE puts it on her husband saying he sought given at over two hundred bodies not yot recov- Â¬ She Knoeks Him Out In the Knnrth liound to obtain Kisesion of Lalleys crop The list varies considerably from and He Sues for Divorce The other victims arc not yet out of ered Secretary Kremers report and the At Wilkesbarre Pa Judge Wood- Â¬ danger names are given of thirty four persons ward refused to grant a divorce to Fatal Cattle Disease Henry D Spenner Friday His depo- Â¬ that were lost from the Day Express Texas fever is spreading with alarm- Â¬ sition was that his wife Sarah knocked ing rapidity among the cattle in Butlor A Big Wheat Crop him down split his lip blackened his and Elk Counties Kan Some weeks Tho best authorities estimate the eyo and tried to choke him while asleep ago about 50000 cattle were taken to wheat crop of the present season in the Tbe husband weighs 121 pounds and those two counties represented to lie Dakotas and Minnesota at 100000000 his wife 214 Tho defendant denied An investigation has bushels from Arizona The wheat crop will bo one of tho charge and said her husband shown that they were brought from tho the largest over harvested and there Is was worthless and left her attend to all Pan Handle and Ore County Texas nothing in the weather condition that business One day sho challenged him and this fact has greatly enraged tho should cause alarm Tho value of this to be a man or get out It was decided owners of native cattle Two men were crop to the Northwest is estimated at to settle the difficulty with bare fists in killed two days ago in a dispute ovef 00000000 at the lowest the parlor The woman came out first tho latter and more bloodshed is al- Â¬ best knocking her husband out in tho most certain So far about 1000 head of Typhoid Fever la West Virginia Mrs Spenner then said fourth round cattle have died Renorts have been received that Now I am boss and am going to run typhoid fever is raging at Elizabeth on the business Spenner got mad and Infantry to Expel Settlers the Little Kanawha twenty miles above sued for divorce The parties are well Company F Tenth Infantry received marching orders to proceed to tho Fox Parkersburg W Va and a number of connected people have died and many are criti and Sac Indian Reservation to expel in 111 with the dread disoase Millions of Pests truders Complaint was made some cally Millions of caterpillars have invaded time ago to General McCook butno troops Starving Peoples Rsvenge tho fields in the neighborhood of Austin were available The company was ra- Â¬ It Is reported from Japan that the Tex and planters and farmers are busy for thirty days and the order to tioned prop-Â¬ poisoning them starting people are destroying tho They aro reported to move is expected hourly The company of the merchants who are corner- Â¬ bo very bad along the Brazos river and will be under the command of Captain erty ing rico for high prices during the it may bo that tbe cotton crop of the Stretch famine State will be seriously injured Tho Diphtheria Epidemic Dunbar Widows Want Damages pests are at least three woeks earlier At Darmar ville N Y and vicinity Twenty three Dunbar widows arrived than usual and thoy are there In great Â¬ there is an epidemic of diphtheria Up- in Union town Pa Wednesday and en- numbers and make the atmosrfherc very wards of fifty cases have been reported tered suits against tho Dunbar Furnace offensive with their peculiar odor and half a dozen deaths have occurred Company for damages for the death of Six members of one family were strick- Â¬ their husbands in the Hill Farm Mine High Prlced Bale of Cotton en with the disoasc The amount of damages claimed is not A single bale of cotton auctioned off known but will be uniform on tho Board of Trade Chicago netted Britishers Buy a Mine A strong English company has just Breckinridge Renominated 2034 75 The high price realized was Congressman completed the purchase of the Elkhorn Tho Democratic Congressional Con- Â¬ due to the fact that the proceeds were to mine in Jetferson County Mont The vention for the Second Arkansas Dis- Â¬ go to an orphan asylum Each successful price is 5180000 trict hold at Searcy Ark nominated bidder after capturing the bale return- Â¬ Hon Clifton R Breckinridge for Con Â¬ ed it to the auctioneer for another sale Printers Locked Oat This is the dis the process being continued until the gress by acclamation Herald has trict in which the Clayton contest is sum named had been reached Tho Nashville Tenn locked out its force of nineteen Union now pending in Congress Killed by a Tree printers and employed members of tho Amnesty to Argentine Rebels Friday eyening near Stonevillo Printers Protective Fraternity who ar- Â¬ Dispatches received at Paris from Miss while a strong wind was raging rive I there from Southern points Tho trouble is on aceouat of the refusal of Buenos Ayres announce that the govern a colored woman named Lou Black her tho Typographical Union to allow the in en t has granted a general amnesty son and daughter were driving toward to all persons who took part in tho town in a buggy and when near use of plate matteinsurrection which broke out on Satur- Â¬ Boguo Palaya Swamp a large troe fell Dying-- by the Hundreds day on them killing the mother and sou and a badly wounding the daughter Five hundred deaths from cholera Salt Lake Citys Population wore reported at Mecca Sunday Troops The rough count of the census returns Cholera Spreading have been dispatched to prevent tho from Salt Lake City Utah Just com Â¬ Tbe chojera is spreading at Mecca landing of Bfeeca pilgrims suffering pleted at tho census office shows the On Wednesday cighty ono deaths from from cholera at Cairo an increase the disease was reported and on Thurs- Â¬ population to be 4502 since 1SS0 of 2427 or 11681 per cent A Free Hanging day eighty four were recorded All Kelly Stewart colored was hanged ports on tbe Red Sea the Levant and in Starvation In Japan at Live Oak Fla for the murder of Speculators in Japan aro buying up Asia Minor have been quarantined John Hawkins about two years ago all tho rice and holding It for excessive against pilgrims Two thousand people witnessed the ex- prices while on account of the Public Debt Decreased ecution failure of tho crop tho poor people aro The decrease of the public debt dur-Â¬ starving Kansas fjirn Doomea ing July was 393257 The Tobacco Crop Good The hot winds accompanying tho high Too Muck Faln temperature in Kansas has literally Advices from North Carolina and VirExcessive rains throughout Mexico cooked the corn and it is said many ginia indicate that tho tobacco crop will aro damaging the crops be large and of fine quality fields will not yield a single oar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Senors HypolitoMurua and Pollcarpo Munox tbe Special Commissioners of the Spanish Government whose arrival here some time ago to investigate poss- Â¬ ibility of the United States buying Cuba are in New York at tho present They have been to Bar Harbor time where they had a lengthy conference or series of extending conferences Secre- Â¬ over threo with days ex- Â¬ From tary Blaino their re- Â¬ pressions have since they turned to New York Mr Blaine gave tbem ground for belief that the Stato Department would look favorably upon any proffered negotiation looking to our purchase of Cuba but would not recom- Â¬ mend to the President the taking of tho initiative Mr Blaines position in this respect is due probably to tho fact that the country has already at differ- Â¬ ent times made several overtures to Spain for the purchase of Cuba which have invariably been negatived at Madrid and It would be throwing dignity and diplomacy to the winds to tako tho initiative again Spain Is al- Â¬ ready governed by a Parliamentary body and the infant ruler is ruler only in name The deposition of Dom Pedro of Bratil has brought directly home to the Royal family of Spain the early probability that Spain will also become a Republic in reality The Nation is sadly in debt and the Royal revenuo once cut off by revolution tho Royal family would be beggared The Royalists scon have their Dom relative Pedro beg gared by tho Brazilian revolution and are casting around for means to evado such a fate for themselves Cuba is tho only hope thoy have found that thoy will not be similarly beggared If they can sell Cuba for 5200000000 or even 100000000 they hopo to secure out of that amout a sufficient sum to provide for themselves against the inevitable day when Spain will be pronounced a Republic Murua Senor said to a reporter when asked what Spain would take for Cuba that negotiations had not reached such a point that he could give figures or talk about a price Would Spain take 200 000000 was askod him I can say that I am positivo Spain would give an offer of 200000000 serious consideration That amount would enable Spain to relieve her financial distress and em- Â¬ barrassment settle her differences with other Nations in Europe and take a new and higher place among them wrong and that nature is endeav oring to throw off the impurities Nothing is so hetuficial in assisting nature as S uift s Specific S S S It is a simple vegetable compound Is harmless to the most delicate child yet itjorces the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood JjMf a severe cie of blood poison that unfitted me ior business for four years A few bottles of Swifts Specific S S S cored me J CJones City Marshal Fulton Arkansas Treatise on Mood and Skin Diseases r tree Swift Si kciFic Co Atlanta Oa I contracted FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington Srhrduh- Cincinnati t in rffn Nay lllli Liaily 1VM BOOTM BUUNU Lve IVf Lve A Ineini Arr rr Arr Air rr Arr i Iiri- - A Z 5 D RUFF - Ive Arr Kicliiuoml Livinu NHi 75000 stract company and learned the business so well that ho succeeded in abstracting sums of money ranging from 150 to 2000 from bis trusting frionds previous to bis unannounced and somewhat hur- Â¬ ried departure from the town Freh Lee workod with a Pineville ab- Â¬ ouic Jl tr 7ViwV- te II 5 T r - sz s OtoTrU MiRTH Bot Ive Livingston I i 9CtSd si srtja -rt Lve e aaaaaBaBjaaaaV- - i j t quesno 2175 died of colic at tbe stock farm of Keller Thomas near Paris where he bad been making tho season He was owned by Paul II llaeke of Pittsburgh and valued at 40000 Tue following fourth class postmast Â¬ er was commissioned the other day I D Skinner Cuspio Bullitt County vice T J Ramsey Henry Fuoet who together with his brothers Buck and Zack aro charged with having shot and killed two of a posse of officers in Perry County whilo resisting arrest a few Weeks ago has boon arrested on Juyan river and plac- Â¬ ed in tbo Lincoln County jail He is passing under an assumed name but is believed to bo the right party Buck Is said to be now in the Perry County jail while Zach is hiding in Lincoln County A posse of officers are scouring the country for him They havo the reputation of being outlaws in the mountain fastnesses and a large price is on their heads Rev J D Lockett one of the most prominent ministers of the Baptist Church in Sojtln in Kentucky died suddenly the other morning at his homo in Trenton A itotBiE shooting tixik placo in tho eastern portion of Louisville the other morning Peter MiCrarv until recently night watchman it the St Louis cemetery shot and mortally wounded Annie Stakin a pretty servant girl McCrary It seems met the girl two years ago when sho was employed at tho cemetery She Is a handsome in some connection blonde and he was very devoted in his attentions to her calling upon her fre- The other quently and regularly morning after a few minutes eonvt reav tion with the girl ho pulled a pistol and shot her through the head Sho is still conscious but it is thought can not possibly live After shooting her Mc Crary attempted twice to take his own lifo but failed Ei uah Bowive a well known farmer near Nieholasville and father of a family attempted suicide at his home by hangine bsrl was discovered in tirro by his son who took him Into town and had him placed in jail to prevent further attempts on bis lifo Four year he placed a revolver to his head and fired but the ball glanced and he final- Â¬ A letter from his daugh ly recovered ter who is sick in the South and a son very low accounts for his recent rash Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The celebrated trotting stallion TTlrMfcJMiin v a Itltlllllolll Kit-In- Du Lve Arr Wmeli Arr Lve Iexi Lrr Jat DEALER Lve Iirs SmJBxS MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND p m Pm P pm P I1TCIIUERJEIELEB in Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Sitet iHl 111 K Lve o in P - M M Plaled ware etc silTH iilNH Lve M attention given to Jolni on I M Arr FETTINQf DIAMONDS BTOHFH AND OTHER PUKCIOI- allt No No i and Kan u 111 ciniiuii REPAIRING Promptly done ami in a workmanlike mauner Cash Paid for Ola Gold and Silvernext to the Post cilice Kicliiioml Ky 30- - No Pari- lit NO C 11 1 1 111 KuliiioiilhTiin T 11 leNl July lt LrxliMCi Itet w No lil S wi in I umI S will ItetWeeu Joliu 7 TRAIN N Dont forget Hie place Itr Nov Ulitl ler for iliit IMPORT - ti III v on Hi N N v M G AatTTEH CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Tlirimr lo Uli For f agent of the V 11 any t uni I HC9BON s II r 11 K mow HlNi 1 IAN - Note thai muni snd A fr act NrAii Hazard two cousins named Coyhart Were found dead with pistols in their hands from both of which shots Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ News Items Â¬ Sixtefn memliers of the Kentucky State Guard have gone to Porry County to help Judge Lily bold court The President has designated Assist ant Secretary Ncttleton as a member of tho Board to represent the Treasury Department at the Worlds Fair Baltimoro has been orThe U S dered to Boston after which she will go Europe with Ericssons remains The House Committee on Agriculture has decided to report favorably the bill Â¬ Â¬ had been fired Between them on a stone was a pack of cards lying as if left by players Ono man was shot in the back the other in tho breast and it is believed they were shot while at play and robbed A TELEtliAM from R V Porter Super A rough intendent of Census savs count of Lexington gives it a population of BMM Those figures are doubtless correct and indicate an increase of fifty per cent in population in ten years The iron viaduct over Marble creek on tho Richmond Xlcbolasville Irvine and Beattyville railroad was completed a fe days ago It is n feet high and commands a beautiful view for miles along the Kentucky river Track lay- Â¬ ing in the direction of Richmond will be resumed at once As the bridge across tbo Kentucky river is already completed there will be no further inter- Â¬ ruption in this direction Tho chief engineer J II Pearson reports that he will have the traok finished from Nich olasvillo to Versailles by August 10 The company expects to run an excur- Â¬ sion to tho Nieholasville Fair which commences on August 13 Typhoid fever of an uncontrollable and very fatal typo is raging in Johnson County A number of deaths have al- Â¬ ready occurred and many cases are hopeless Â¬ Jiff STOCKTON BROOKS ara BJ LfiVU f nnjtTAaT a w- Htaln everv aalr iUrl wmnifil mot on - impel lions ha hi name ml aWS3flfA 1 - prl- m SOI t Si0 dm tT A S Unn Itm l - I tillrii- T ma l 1 sZ nO Thousands of duilars worth of rFN ti chickens die every year from CholW-Jl- sera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy thr cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents botde is enough fur GENTLEMEN It is guar one hundred chickens it lraln after using two thirds of Fine anteed If UkSj as aaaasa a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly ri ut satisfied with it as a cure fur thn ken s OO Genuine Ham -- mti aa rlecant wbk n romatcaaa Cholera return it to the undersigned Sit Sae emit Ilm rli B and your moacv will be refunded so so 3 1 WA ml bys W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE A S350 1 peeUlIj Ultl DR RICE For i rears at v 322 A Bet Third mIii Markets alM LOuMlgKj tcmily njletnii iri r will Tenca ineTnetaceel ha tit vi niiint friTrr vrT rrrelTa il irnts make litm superior anil thr rvut I mpr ol1 it tb prtca to an ataixAafr your Dealer an1 If herannot upfly 70 MM ihirta g atierttotwl prica or direct to fartonrr postal for rltT blanka W I 3S2SHOESlafds irr IMAi Hrexktaa All r Ijc Sua wwi t t euresvf it a td b CHRONIC and SEXUAL D1S- EASES Im potency Sprsuktorrke eta UM fsjxs of I Sold by Jack Freernan aJt tirwr at ratra -- f esjg aaMite wr Aber et tat e a4 Ttstls alPwmyneaa aMUaxatataae Â¬ introduced in tho House by Mr Conger to regulate tho manufacture and sale of compound lard The Russian Government will dis- Â¬ patch a scientific expedition to the dis- Â¬ tricts of Mongolia bordering on Siberia A tea Importer from Hankow China now in Chicago states that tho passage of the U S silver bill has raised the price of toa there ten per cent Thecrup China is heavy this year and of prime Sterling Waterworks pany expects to have its works in ation this summer The Mt Com- Â¬ CaaDeseaa ac oper- Â¬ HurrtSf w ntU JC IM sate aaeaaaa aV varies en fjwadxsrieai awtweef thr aattl llsa twin aNfrl ate BaeaCttaa Wtwty s SooaH W hnV Dfimi iww ii inttii J air --v 4J good over the prospect of an electric street railway The population of Carlisle is given at 1362 by the Mercury O W Venters has been appointed postmaster at Venters Pike County vice J Venters resigned The House non concurred in Senate amendment increasing the amount In the Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill for quality ExtilAM and Franco will appoint military posts from SrVMOOO to 8800000 Commissioners to delimit the French This is a temporary deftat for tbo plan sphere ot influence in Central Africa in of General Schofield to enlarge the barÂ¬ connoction with the Gorman agree- Â¬ racks at Newport it being the wish of tho War Department to use the 150000 ment purpose A Wariiinotox man claims to have in- Â¬ for this There ttas another t urdcr committed an electrical mtrivanco where vented Gar by tho time of making the roll calls in at Lancaster I the other night nis Jill two colored Congress can bo reduced from a half Leavoll and men became involved in a difficulty and hour to five minute Gill was sliol lo death by Iavell The Original Package BUI Fhaskfokt is feeling s ial atteertfaa Il UaeilVvirfeaaUaata wv aeetaa a a- aaaa errtwea eaaaa of Mi in i aa4 tiearteaf t nraaeaaaa kaoMHKtfcU ally v iuii crottt sail r ewiiaetatt surssiaM aa mr rstir at ta Ybf U a Tint ta ct nar WamtaartH twtrtmim caa to atai aauaiaU aal aMa err aamtl r exprwas anTwaatw GLEET Aot thT SYPHIL IS 5 Stiictawev Orcattis Hera reaL TiTaie liawiaxM ejenVcklt Gonorrhea ar ps tsPa irTO MACKINAC Summer Tours Low Tour Trips per Weak Cure- - Guaranteed in all Caaoa undertaken h afttar IW ae4 iuuuiii r t aaUlT 0 tardea na aaaabla aaal A ear en -- - a levjr Bfjajgaj aeaaTaas Palace Steamers DETROIT Rates a any aatdrwaa asarata araatd lar Hfy Or HOT tarn MkowM b rvi br all Atrma 11 rmts alva Baa eija a la 4 T OCs atnra Itaaa PRIVATE COUNSELOR AMiM DETROIT AND SpruV Santa Bt Ikaaea Qaabcy Iran Alpen Hr-- it ia Caooda ta uad Baaoai For Huron t Ua r Paa Maa Houaa Jtanoo City Xvav j Wee It Day Bo wea MACKINAC ISLAND rrlpa dsrtrx - J or i 1 CLEVELAND At- OurI aad riii araaaa Tleketa - Pamhlct illustrated WMITCCViO G E Detroit iCInlanaSiesniK i ctCH a ty vcuiiaWtcLt rsroiT U T WELLS K B CARR Â¬ f Tho Senate and House conferees havo de cided to report the Senate original pack age bill and it will become a law It sub- Â¬ jects liquors imported into any State to tho laws of the State and will shut up tho so called original package saloons that havo been opened in prohibition States and local option counties since J the Supremo Court decision Â¬ Â¬ I Southern Editor Killed News has reached Jackson Miss that Stato Senator Joe W Cutrer who is also a delegate elect to tho Constitutional Convention from Coahoma County ttut and fatally wounded Frocland Chow editor of the New Coahomlan at Friara Point Chew has been assaulting Cutrer in nis paper G T WELLS CO TkOiljCHiIvil Tin prarra SIS 10 1 INSURE COLT Mil Siinii tK M II rr Uollrt r a lit lawaawMMai Argrt CO iam S Solid uia Gas In Ontario The Cholera In Spain A Â¬ is 1S4 hands high cars old weighs close to action and is a mode by Mark Diamond 1st dam br Tuttle horse he by Estiil Eric and Be site of dam ot Georgette 119 Vara dam Lucy by Young am bv Cannon Wnip 4U1 dam it acci- All c 1KB or 4 200 pound fine saddle horse Is sponsi uW anv ooenr iStekFjKrnl llli it h in FREE Wi irpr L vo alt Gas was struck at Kingsvillo Ont at a deplh of nine hundred feet and tho flow is etimated at twenty million cubic foot a day The roar is deafening A dispatch from Madrid says the cholOwing to tho advance in tho price of era epidemic is diminishing From ten silver bullion under tho now silver law to fifteen cases are reported daily of manufacturers of solid silverware havo which about one half prove fatal increased the price fifteen cents an Woman Mrs Graves of ML Olivet Tenn An Aged Tennessee Prloe of Silverware Advanced Highest of all ia Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 tia Only a square from t lit Ci urt hooaw Yiu dont have to stmd away out to the deiiot umTfm umI mmi Da a kunting uses goat ttzr of Mill Wreckvd by das nntttriil ffftii ikvnlnulon ounce cittt raaoosHt r Pa wrecked Peters paper mill and Centenalal of Pat ats it TatrrtK so- - is orfca ma hold Urco riously injured a workman named Boat tie The loss will bo heavy the grandmother and great grandmother A Fall River Mass homing pigeon of one hundred and ten living peoplo flew from Owosoa Mich aM miles In She is ninety four years old two and three quarter days breaking Child Burned to Death A Homings Long Flight KdfoA JS2B tho record nrj iti t lv Lien reserved on fee the 40- - CUAKLESE C0LEB0 laua A Co Box IS IoriluuJ Uulac In the burning of tho house of Joseph General Rlvas Shot Juljr 31 was the centennial of patents The insurrection in Salvador feas been under the U S Government Tho first Hutto living some twelve miles from daugh suppressed by the Government Lincoln Neb his and one was issued on the corresponding ter perished Uivas who started and led it shot dav of 17WI four-year-o- ld Baking Important Notice Powder Deb CeaM7eitswjPir7cm Soft Coal and Â¬ j ABSOLUTELY PURE Anthracite due Mi KrK atTatAYMOa for ihis serving 111 res Nnt and Lamp Coal Mia inu be paid In Owen KcKev All m ires n at Myers old lumber yard McKee Trayuor next farmed In a having cults living at weaning time Quickest Second PrenUyteriau church delivery in town Loweat will be pHiil Cm- - by Owen McKee Try us 90 owner tif T vrSLLS ft 60 41- EK mj THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON THE FARMERS ALLIANCE - - Editor llitr and Purpose of a Gigantic Organ- ization I3AT BY The Cffimax Printing Ta Cns V S Co Powell rlH PKK VKAH Wclncciay - - Autjrust fl0 6 1C90 Fanners Alliance i making rapid striker ni over this country North South Eat and West It was atfanaaai ii Lampassas county Texas in UM and the pacanac af the organizers at that time ily a t lcK the mutual aaaaxtion al naaacantiea for of farmers The Â¬ K000 FOlt LOSUMOOH - -- T-- I ii and tai raailriiag miI forth wen to u sist the un lawful ilejmilatiuns af cattle and land rhieoea and to apprehend ami Mag u paaaaaaaat all lawbreakers The senti Kpread rapidly aadaaaflar ny appa other counties of until finally the good results wen unearned which cnlniinated in the formation of the tirst State alliam e in Parker county Texas in 1878 which convention adapted for the ne the distinctive name by which the aaani intion ia haowa today all over the land The organization continued to thrive and grow in Northern and Central Texas and at the meeting held tfuarae Manaoa ooaaty oa Au- hty loiir counties were At this meeting the dedar dicate Btaoa of the parpoanl of the order were ted and adopted They decided to a icatiou of the agriaultural chanes in the science of eooaonaieal gov- rictly non iKiitisan spirit iittcahh Iter state mentally mor- Federal aad financially to create a letter un- liinp deretanding for sustaining civil OfnV roaring thai maintaining law and order to constantly vn the striw to secure entire harmony and good and brotherly in BBC- - will toward all mankind loveaaxmjE themselves to suppress local oal and national preja- ill unhealthy rivalry and all stllish ambition i beggary they most heunited and demand justice fair treatment and equal opprtun ities at the hands of the men elected to represent them in their legislative assem hlies Possibly we may have slept too long and the evils of which we complain are too firmly fixed to be rooted out hut the farmers are at last fully awake and determined to work out their ow n salvation Just how this is to le done has not yet een fully daunted upon hut of one thing at least we are sure and that is that if we are finuly united and determ ined to leave no fair and honorable means untried to batter the condition of the industrial classes of our country we will in the end be successful and that as soon as the purposes af the organization are fully understood we will have the approval and the assistance of the intelligent and honest portion of this community knowing as they must that uin the anoDBBJ of the agricultural classes depends the future prosperity of our country and that our republican government cannot long survive the impoverishment and degradation of the agricultural popalstioa and the concentration of all wealth fan the hands of a Insured few Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is essentially a political oi ganizatiou but it is strictly non-partis- The alliance the i oimcu STATUS Tim TIIK NATION I OKOANIZATION - Ill n sulk by an adred and u I KintU From this little lwuid in Texas the iei-1nger and closer union among jricultural daaaai to aanaaainaan and Iniicficial knowledge ajaaad rapidly to the contiguous States until at n had gained a steady fiKitliold in the great agricultural States of nth and tSoathwest Another tar n known as the Agricult ural Wheel v in existence ill nd in the West having and purposes in view It that these objects could lest lined by uniting in one common mizations This nan at length i itdied on October 1 1889 inst mi eting of this national body olidation of the - held at St Ixllis hat meeting was atErom all sections of entry and by men of all shades of opinion The parposcs and in- M a body were -- foHoW8 a We demand the a oitimi of national substitution of legal tender D lieu of national hank in snttiicellt volumeto dothe tin- country on a cash ting the amount needed oa a jht i ends and that all money leader ivermnent shall be legal in payment of all debts both pub- ate shall pass Bectaally prevent the all agricultural and mechanical prodnctionti preservinc a Itrocedore in trials aa ire the prompt conviction and icb penihaa shall secare opliance with the law We demand and unlimited coin er We demand tl of laws prohi- i of land and ike early steps to devise some ands now owned n syndicates and that - now helit lv railroad and other corporations in excess of such as is actu ally usel and nc ded by them Ikti iil ly the goveiniii nt and held I 1 We demand that mid tliey in thedM ti ineof ejiia to all and sjiecial privileges to none we ration national or wd to huiid ap one interest tieadrick in tin- nomination of m at the expeaae of naothcr We I Mr L Mr lit that the money of the country 1 be kept aa much as poantbte in nut l a Mn k UHii the people and hence we k ti appreciation ou the demand tiiat all revenues national Suite mU in llarii n or county shall lie limited to the necessary expeaaai of the government economical ly and honestlv administered CUMiRESSIONAL t n LVTIltY We ileiiK nil that Congrcr- - iaaM a sulli ient amount of fractional pax r currency iaty Danaa rain name liw- - To facilitate exchange through the nuili iiiii of the Iliitetl States mail tl We demand that the means of commu tin ape nication and tfaaapoftafaVoa shall Ik by and operated in the interest of suljuim i resolution the people an i the Tinted States jstal naaaaaaaaty ado uity to litimi a1- - i Â¬ Â¬ By tin- of M rn hi Ti nrmlili 1 r this n-1 mid aaaa natnfnl by our n ary named pcraotip lie aiil ani - hereby An- - 7 l aotntd IH90 foi detaanb i I be haU at Laaraaaaa- to nominate 1 they viz r 1 an- - iuHtrvi-t-- t caat Tims Btraofca 1 AV Smith 1 A Sniiivan W T ELECTED IRRES PARTY Tvis AMI 11 RVAM IVEF last Mod The Hon Cnrtia F Bai Intinn- - kt us and in mind Hi announced liim iit a Deanocrata jiartv Klijllc munis iii aabaliwtia Ifc tliat a icicratR aujoiiu bV for him iroald not 1 - rati 1 astifa mocrats who never kw time liaviiur a Dem nominee and a capable deaervinK Major Barnauls great exjierieii public life and at the bar hia thoroagh education rare ability and commanding The order now exists in twenty eight sad Territories with a national luemlicrship of alont lVX000 The sab- alliance the county alliance the State allicnce and the national aliiance has each iL separate officers in i kttoaiAL wokk The work of the alliance says one of them is one mainly of edu cation -- to bring to the saan proper understanding of the theorie- - of crnment and to enable them to earer sad to apply the lost meth ods of comi tiug sbaaeathat from time to ticroach apoa their lilerties The alliance movement is an arraignment of the in oth Hlitical jMirties for their failure to perioral their duty to the people aad it has done a in the last two wars to educate the masses and he farmers on patanaal and economic ons than has been accoiuplishel bv both jolitiial parties inthesatne oareetaoa i the past fifteen years The difficulty that lias always buna heretajorc experi tting fanners together for the free interchange of views and the dis cussion of national economic questions arialy Banal this education lions and wellnigh impossihle bat through the influence of the alliance re brought into closer contact and are diseased in a clear and direct manner which makes them weii understood hy all The fannersati industrial workers are King made to com prehend that most of the legislation for ist twenty livv years has beta in the interest of a favored ciass and that the currency by the rcnlataon the demoneti sation i tndtba aaeoualaad un- ixation liav caused the wealth concentrated in the or while the producers the land into bank- ruin They see that they are secure none or at most a very small part of the enormously increasing wealth of the country which they them That while they pay SO it of all they own less than one puarter of the wealth and even that is steadily diminishing that over grown corporations and Wall street hank- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ui chairman- national and that Mr Reuben F Offutt and Miss Anna Bnrch two well known young society people took the 11 oclock train on the Cincinnati Southern road Sunday night and went by way of Junction City to Louisville where thiy were married Monday morning at the Louisville Hotel They were accompanied by Mr Ben L Backer and Mha Maggie Wells It was not a runaway match strictly speaking for the contracting parties are of legal age and it is said that their parents knew that they were lovers Besides the phut adop- Â¬ ted was more romantii and less troublesomKAKMKlLs ANIl THE KXR1IITS TIIK e-than a wedding according to the No farmers organization fan the history regulation saethod The bride ie the only of the world has grown so rapidly and atdaughter of Mr Geo W Batch and in a tained such proportions as the Fanners handsome and popular young lady and Aliiance and Industrial Union Already the bridegrcMim a son of Mr Will N Ofthe Knights of I ilnir are co operating on futt a prominent and ntiapuuas farmer ail matters where the interests of the two Mr oirutt snd bride will spend some days organizatinos are identical The fanners at Crab Orchard Springs liefore their re- Â¬ clubs and all kindled organizations are turn to Georgetown Ottrfttmat lams fast lieconiing absorUsl by the alliance The groom was edm ated at Central and in the near future the industrial University clubs all over the land will be in a con- Â¬ dition to protect themselves from the lions This ruthless plunderers w ho have beeen preyWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward ing Baaa them so long and so mercilessly for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure CONCERNING FARMERS F J Cheney Co Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe The Harrodsburg Fair was a success Kansas corn emp aliout half what it him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry was last year In Mason count v 117 lambs weight out any obligation made by their firm West Trvx Wholesale Druggists J noanda sold at cents Toledo ie of ITSt aV cattle at 4 cents was Walding Kinman Marvin Wholemade in tlark county last week sale Druggists Toledo O Final Reiorts of the wheat emp in the Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally IV rar and lunjaub show a decline bona acting directly upon the blood and mucous last year surfaces oFthe system Price 75c per botIn Boyle county twenty thoroughbred tle Sold by all Druggists 8 11 southdown sheep sold at a shade below AnBBlDi Responsibility 10 per head Two colored porters In a Texas hotel Fire destroyed the extensive cattle feel were about to wrestle with tho large ing pens at South Omaha involving a trunk of a newly arrived stranger when loss of SI NU one of them took occasion to remark DIs heah trunk weighs at do leas The Democrats of the Thinl North Car twenty flve pounds more den free hun olina clistrct have nominated T F Grady dred pounds and I kalnt lift no moah an Alliiuce man for Congress den free hundred pounds The combined harvesters used in CaliNebbcr mind Sam replied tho por fornias large w heat fields require usually ter jest catch on and tote free hun dred pounds up do stas and Ill be a team of 20 mules to pull them sponsible for de rest Texas Siftinirs Fanners and laliorers of the Ivansville district met in tliat citv and nominated Tobacco Market OoL 1 T Wright of Spencer county for Louisville Goagi By Usual Durrelt Loulievllte Tobaexxi Ware lloune The supply of blackberries l scarcely equal to the demand Sales on our market for the week just They are selling at from 40 to Ml cents cr onlinary buck closed amount to 3403 hhds with receipts et full GtorggUnm Tin for the same period of 3 073 hhds Sales The Baltimore Journal of Commerce is on our market since January 1st amount to S9771 hhds Sales of the crop of 1889 a weekly record of the trade and com merce of that i iort and circulates in ev Â¬ on our market to this date 49781 hhdl We Jhave hvl a very strong market for ery State through to the Pacific coast burley tobacco this week all grade A distressing accident happened on being fully sustained at the advance reTuesday afternoon on the fann of Mr ported a week ago We have again had Van Arsdcll near Salvisa in Mercer local rains which have proved beneficial county The men Ware busy threshing to a part of the growing crop but the wheat and Mr Walter Van Arsdell was presence of outside speculation continues stacking the straw lie wanted to get a on our market yet tncgreat bulk of the drinik of water and not noticing a pitch offerings arc baing taken hy manufacturfork standing against thestackslidoliiton ers The growing crop is certainly not to the pitchfork the prongs entering his up to the average condition at this time person in two places one prong entering of year but we think favorable seasons the the rectum the other his testacies from this time forward would secure the tearing itself ciear through that ntantber housing of a crop fully equal to the reMr Van Arsdell is in a critical condition quirements of the trade but his physician thinks he will ra The following quotations fairly repreWhile sliding down the stack Mr Van sent our market for burley tobacco crop Arsdell saw his danger and by an eSort of 18S9 pushed himself from the stack falling on Trash Dark or damaged tobacxo 200 his head and shoulders and by so doing to 400 probably saved his life DanviUe Advo Colory Trash I400 to 900 att Common Lugs not colory 450 to 600 The London Field lias this to say Colon- Lugs 3oo to 1400 The gray brino laid the foun Comn on Leaf Soo to 1000 dation of a fine strain of coach horses in Medium to Good Leaf 1100 to 1700 Yorkshire and stands out promiueutiy Good co Fine Fillers 17 00 to5oo 1 Wrappery Tobacco 5 to 33 00 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Persons of all political faith are admitted Host fair minded persons will agree that when the people take the management of affairs into their own bands determined to le no longer gov erne by iolitical hacks and chronic office seekers whose only aim is to put them selves in psitions when- the pay is large and the workeasv an immense stride will have lieen taken fan the direction of pure government and honest legislation Such action can but result henelicially upon al the people of all classes and ouapaliiaai fan the State We know that there are im jnense difficulties to le overcome by the organization that the partisan press of the countrv controlled hy the hankers brokers and bondholders who have been the sole beneficiaries of the unjust and vicious legislation of the past twenty five years will use all the power that money wields to perpetaste their power and to hinder every effort on the part of jieople to administer the governmet the principles contended for by our fathers Believing that upon the success of the alliance alone depends our present wel fare and the future happiness of our children with the firmest faith in the justice o our cmr- we cannot fail fan the good work we have set out to perform To d the alliance generally will seek to secure the nomination of men favorable to their cause a arnKnss poixt or raw The business purposes of the alliance are well oadtistood In those States where the order has become srongest in numbers the members have saved large sums through their exchanges The BV niers of Georgia saved last year flOOdOO in the purchase of fertilizesr alone fan Da kota SoiiHHI in hinder twine many hundreds of thousands were saved all over the South and West Already an agency sen established in Washington by the alliance iK ople in Maryland who do besinesB fan that city and the nsults fol lowing this establishment have iHen At the next meeting of the State alliance to 1h- - held in Baltimore on Au gust - a movement will be made and no doubt successfully carried through to establish in that city an exchange- for the convenience of the alliance men in that They wflll Mate enabled whatever they may have for market or purchase whatever may le neceaaaryfor the successful pursuit of their farm ojiera tions without being made to pay the ex charges now exacted of them by the middle men through whom most of the dealings of the fanners is now done The alliance people think that there are too many of these middle men doing bnsineai at present in the large cities The trade is ti mi divided to enable all to suci ed to the extent that their labors would justify and as a result it must some times follow that the farmes is the loser thereby -- ujn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ connection with the gray horse Mambri no it may be mentioned that the Druid relates that Stiibbs begins in 1768 with Mambrino of the lofty style and the fore- Â¬ father of some of the liest American trotters Bat according to the Stud Book Mambrino was only foaled in 1768 and as a foal he could scarcely have been the subject of Stubbs first picture of that year In the Sporting Magazine for January 1821 Btabbs portrait for Mambrino is given and in the the opinion of the notice he was a sire more calculated to get hacks hunters and coach horses than racehorses This was no doubt being wise after the event as by thai time Mambrino had made his mark as the sire of coach horses The writer then goes oh to say that Mambrino went in remarka- Â¬ ble good trotting form and we have beard it averred that he could trot fourteen uiik in one hour no common qualification for a racer Iord Grosvenor had many capital coach horses from him and this horse may 1 said to have beta the father of the present highly improved and blixsllike breed of EngHeb coach Four centuries ago Margaret Rat horse ion discerned the beauty of horse trotting of his own courage without force of spurs and wrote in an admiring strain of some country hackneys she had seen and if the old records are searched our native horse would appear to have accomplished many noble pertornauacas With the last trotting meeting at Alexandria Park the executive may 1m satitieil as fair fields It contested the majority of the events is also satisfactory to note that there was an entire absence of that rowdyism which heretofore did so much to bring trotting At the same time the into disrepute progress of trotting must necessarily lie slow until the amusement receives the We are support of influential patrons very far from subscribing to the snobbish doctrine that nothing is worth taking np unless italic under the agisof great persons yet every day experience shows that what ever Ik- - the merits of individual cases neither suliscription lists nor sports BBCCeed unless the names of well known persona appear as patrons That the racing proclivities of to day were not satis fied by racing under Jocky Club and Na tional Hunt rules the success of pony and galloway racing sufficiently attests and there is no reason at all to doubt that ij some well known sportsman were to patronize trotting that form of amusement would very speedily occupy a naore prom Â¬ inent position than it has ever yet clone In England no less fan America there is an intimate connection between the trotter and the even- - day harness horse fhid that is one of the reasons ssssigned for the poularity of trotting on the other side The match trtoter is to the ordinary harness horse what the steeplechaser is to the hunter and the Americans take up the former as readily as we do the latter Hiram Woodruff claimed for his eoantry- men that they had a paragan of animals which is already the wonder of the world and which from the familiar affectionate and universal use made of him on this continent has already Income an American commercial product of vast imÂ¬ portance and projMirtions The Faiglish have had the stink all along as well as ourselves but it is our narthod of culti vatioa and our perseverance that have made the difference between their fast trotter of a mile in three minutes and ours of a mile in two minutes and a half Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Local Produce Markets CORRECTED ARNOLD BY COVINGTON WEEKLY BRO GROCERS MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY lit JHJSHAGAN ARE Richmond Ky Aug Beef Cattle Butcher- Hogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens Egg Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 His Lard Tallow Beeswax Feathers Meal Feed Oats Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes Wool 4 3 1890 OLIVER PLOWS 8JlBaOS VTA 2a3fjC 253 50 I2I4C 12 IN THE LEAD WITH THEIR SPLENDID LINE OF 2 00 oo3s3ic 5C aaaa TK 3 o3200 4oa5oc 40c 8c 5C 5 GROCERIES And Quoenswaro IIS SELECTED STOCK LOW PRICES nnan I i5iOC 34C 7oc 45c 1 1 20w -- 5 -- H 2 i 00 7 4 5 1 a EBanV unHa WQJsn tVSftfinal EC Wn csaana 1 85 1 00 4 HEAVY WEIGHT SQJJARB DEALING JF I 9Ban osa fc Are the Corner Stones upon which our daily increasini business is being built LIVE STOCK MARKET EEPOST The same material of which the Corner Br OBEKHBa BXBBY Stones are laid shall be used in the conLive Htock Commission MegreBhants al Cloetn uali Uuiou trk YtinN aud Coviugluii struction of our business castle through Sleek Yards out to the topmost tier Therefore we solicit a continuance of Ohio Aug 4 iSejo Cincinnati the liberal patronage we have received at SHIPPING CATTLE the hands of the people of Richmond and Promising that no pains will be Good to Extra 4 loffli 4 25 vicinity Fair to Good 3 75 4 00 spared to keep up the standard of our - 75 Common and Rough 3 25 stock and to all all orders at the very Good to Extra Oxen 3 i 5 SS 3 575 LOWEST PRICES consistent with such Fair to Good Oxen 3 2 0Oei 2 50 goods we are the public servants Common and Rough Â¬ I5P 220 IB Bn SairlV jjsa3k laVKLnflaSP I flVaVMnnnann aO BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen 3 65s 3 Jofl 3 jjofcj 3 251 2 2 1 3 75 3 3 3 3 60 60 50 71 2 00 2 0 5011 2 00 753 1 00 H JHJS 42- Hagan - SHACKELFORD -- GENTRY OF- - DEALERS IN ALL KINDS BULLS Best Shipping Best Bologna Hardware Tinware Wooflenware AND WAGON House FMsliii Goods Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin a 1 2 75 I 1 3 00 sf 8jt 25 2 73 2 00 1 BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL 5j FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers Best Grades eW Roofing and Guttering Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 3 oof 2 2 joetj oocg 3 25 2 2 5 t o w H w Richmond Ky March 19 1890 25 COWS AND CALVES Fair to Good Common 10 Best Veal Calves 4 Fair to Good 3 Common and Heavy 2 HOGS Select Butchers f3 Fair to Good Packers 3 Good to Extra Lights 4 Light Pigs 2 SPRING LAMBS Extra 6 - IT IS NECESSARY In 30 rS 00925 oof 15 0035 goJ S5 r 8 00 00 oa H oofj ooQ 3 75 3 00 42 J STRING Streng is busy this week ooer 750J 3 cjo 3 4 10 3 S3 d These Days for oofS 6 25 c MERCHANTS TO LIE MARKING Awake Nights io Devise Keaus to Attract Trade The Managers of the DOWN PRICES BnaVQSnaSav frri JM 1 I MATRIMONIAL RACKET Both the method and result Syrup of Figs is taken it is pfascu and refreshing to the tafife pnii act gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver aud BoweH cleanses the sj tern effectually dispels colds bead aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figt is the only remedy of it kind ever duced plecsing to the taste and ac ccptahlc to the stomtu h pron its action and Irely beneficial i prepared only boa the mol healthy and agri cnblc substance it many excellent qualities commend to all aDd have made it the morA popular remedy kno vi Syrup of Figs is for sale iu 5 and 1 bottles by all leading druir gists Any reliable druggist win may not have it on baud will pro cure it promptly for any 0110 vx wishes to try it Do not accept an substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 1 HAS NOT HAD TIME TO JET THEM ALL MARKED YET G0RMLEY Has returned from I lie Cities with the STORE Have Decided to Look Out for His Prices QUIT LYING Awake Studying How to FINEST LINE 0Fl IN THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK Saddlery AND- ATTRACT TRADE BY PUTTING THE KNIFE In the meantime give him a call and see the wonderful SAN ruAHCISCQ CAL LOUISVILLE KY HEW YOU tY INTO PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor Limestone Street 0pp C St THE v PROFITS Trotting Horse Outfits So llial every article sold would be an advertisement lor 0 Sopot RICHMOND MARK - DOWN LEXINCTON KY their house HAS EVER HAD Wew Building and Furniture Well Lighted and Ventilated GOME AND SEE FOR IN EVERYTHING Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED YOURSELF W C Gormlcy Co TINWARE STATIONERY NOTIONS ETC Dry Goods Clothiiig BOOTS AND SHOES HATS Etc RATES 49-4- 2 and 250 per I Day 8- CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJET0NS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SDRRIES left at G J J BROOKS M CHKNA17LT BROOKS CHENAULT A few pieces of 10 cent Challies Real Esta te Brokers Richmond Kentucky cents a yard First door above Farmers Bank NEW SULKIES Laree lists of City and Country Prop erty Property sold ami bought an Correspondence soliciteel Coniinlseiou My vehicles are all new and of the and prompt attention given fiT Office in Ihn Itennetts law very latest patterns They are for sale on the most reasonable terms If you office Praneh office at Stockton want a vehicle come and see me and 39- Brooks Drug Htorn you wont go home without one JOHN DONELSQN M J HILL Manr H J STRENG FOR SALE INSURANCE SWISS COTTAGE 5 room lot 40x120 10 foot alley Orchard Street new QJJEEN ANNE COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 3x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine and Orantre Strejets to i City Lots forSale I have a few lata on Fifth Rtrret renity for sale 71k e lata arc lieiuli- lallj loonteii on liicii in evnthr nii- TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new L riri ckinridije Cabell formerly of 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue lnj irnimi nil riMile reel by ev eleyant Virginia hut who has been a resident of ery toel ai leiiiK well finished eel 111 ie New York leEvctnteen years and has an We have opened up an ICE DEPOT any i llie ouy Un rrwitleoe extensive acquaintnre with Capitalists Three Elfuant KLILUING LOTS in the rear of Crooke Bennett Una 11 ce I vim arii ti ii TIMKKC will SELL Mi EXCHANGE ien e paraac or as a whole on Dry Gcods Store corner Main will ilo well te examineiiil kons iht e I MINERAL AM AtiltltTLTTRAL LANDS anel Second Sts and are prepared to wiii Duly iIace afiW oa the market at Kifth Street INIMSTUIES- AM DEVELOiD LOT furnish ice continuously throuit the preen I have a fot of the ground onTHREE GOOD BUILDING addition WiH also Organize Undeveloped Prop- Â¬ season Walnut Street Powell Your patronage solicited at Dr PoyntzaoiTKe rieties into Corporations and float the 0x160 feet each Respectfully securities 7- Kor prices on any of the above T S BRONSTOM RICHMOND ICE CO Skilled labor furnished industrial enterE W W1GG 48- inquire Ol M H Stockton 4prises i Â¬ NOTICE 5- - BURNAM i HUME Hew Ice Firm 5trtamfBSt AiasrlCaa Companies RTH AMERICA SFUMGFISLD NNECTICIT PENNSYLVANIA j Mir t I A aka I Room 30 320 BROADWAY NEW YORK Frankie 106 Clmlui Erber STOLEN I Bank Stock for Sale I I1ICIIICI IID IMAM A Shop EAST MAIN STREET From my farm near White Hal Ky on Monday night July 21st We have opened a first class shop and desire to have the patronage of gentlemen Isdien and children We guarantee first class work New snd elegant furniture clean throughout and sharp razors 4o- A Dark Bay Saddle Horse Â¬ Twenty five Shares of 1 al Dank Stock for sale Ap t- W L CRUTCH1 CUL - LUMBER CO KKECHANTS - M C J CARMICHAEL MOORE about iC hands high 4 years old Small knot on right hind leg just above ankle Small body with long legs 2500 reward for horse or information leading to his recovery 5000 reward for the thief MRS MARGARET VANDERSON South Eowns for Sals I have a lot of No Bucks for sale 6- avelO K inds of J ship Coal and rat the lowest mat ket price and spectfulW requc t a liberal pa uhlic I ROCK BOTTOM RATES W Dnt furiret wir aflB e in al the rL- - rBn National Bnnk BURNAM HUME Store letion of the - JOi T M S BK M j t N B To ami Mi HAK THE CLIMAX Vedawday The Hfsnlt oh Monday The White Teachers Institute will be 275000 of our gold was exported to OfflcE of the Commissioner or Aon- 1 rREA held in Richmond from August nth to t cltvke Iesaiau i reus urn St vtisEurope this week Mr Fee has been quite sick for some onclaimed in the Post Ofltta tics Fraskkokt Ky Aug 1 1S01 J 15th inclusive The Colored Institute at Remaining I exingtons population is stated at 23 day and is suffering much pain in hi the same place September 1st to at Richmond Ky week ending Aug 5 Nearly all spring crops have failed to Vincent Cromwell gave 10000 for Mrs Ir Forman in neriooely ill 5th 8oo The excessive bead grow as rapidly as usual Nancy I lanks at Harrodsburg Wednesday 800 a gain of 50 ier cent All persons holding certificates and The home trade ww good yetfcrusy Alumstan Julia Mrs Miller Nannie Ma liecauscSupt Por- rains in the spring with the absence Louisville is excited William Robe of Cherry Fork Ohio U those who contemplate teaching a comimmediately after her race Miller June Lucy ter says she hasnt but 160768 people of frezes baki d rhe ground and made it the guest of his relatives Josiah Burdett mon school at any time during the school Blackburn B Mr The Fair catalogues are ready for dis Million Cometia Borenstein When Jack 215 was a his trihntion The censns returns give Cincinnati clammy and cloddy after In ing broken and family year must attend the full session of the BrooksJemrma Ms McQueeny James dam Carrie Russel was sold for 50 Af- Â¬ McBaid laora and Hamilton county Much of the land was broken too wet Miss Hallie Embry has gone to pcnd Institute The County Superintendent Broadus Ella Yesterday was a poor court day No ter Jacks fame liegan to lie noised abroad fM 7tii people McLemore M C and lias not Itoen cultivated as well as the summer with the family of J A R shall revoke the certificate of any teacher Bowman J R 372 827 market a hunt was made for his dam and she Niholia Joho stock n the Bogs Jimmie usual Nearly all crops have grown poor- Rogers in IhitaiJclphia who shall fail or neglect to attend the BinkleyCC Hon Nicols John Clifton R Breckinridge was was found in a Michigan livery stable The thermometer Blood at 88 Sunday Parker M full session of the Institute unless such Berkley Steffi E for Congress in the Second Arkansas ly and are very uneven Â¬ Mr Joseph Hill of Colorado has reand was afterward sold for 3000 WHEAT Campbell J II Rev Parmer D Mr the Insert day thia summer district turned from his trip in the east and is failure is caused by sickness or other disa- Carpenter Nannie Smith Je Two great stakes have been decided The aareage of wheat was about aBMaal larrish was iu 1 nine last bility After the County Institute has Covington Merica Warren M Mr B 1 again the guest of Mr and Mrs Lester The Republicans of Tennessee nomiwpoa by the the directors of the Kento last year and would no doubt have been held it shall be unlawful to grant to Durham Mattie week and bought a house and lot Walker Millie for governor and en nated Col Baxter Albert Man on and family from Iowa tucky Trotting Horse Breeders Associabeea a splendid success but for the freeze any person a certificate to teach during Dorset Was Wilker Ruben dorsed the Fores hill are shining considera Came Mvers tion The first a stallion representative in March The late sowing has done are spending a lew weeks visiting in Waste I school ycarunk s said person shall Edwards G f Roger Jones a Clark county farmer better than the early The tarly sowing fatlur S G Hanson and other friends in that Fwwtcr Mann- Mr Wei- - Mary ble work from their planinc mill to Ford stake for this years foals is to be trotted have attended tlie Institute of that or Hatten Nannie Woods James in IS and is guaranteed to be aged 72 and John T Sutherland a Winas batter advanced and much of it had this State tii sinn Another iln ap round some other county during that school Hogans Jas V Mrs Wilhaore Amanda Mr E T Fi li has improved his prem- year Art worth fjloVOBO to the winner The other Chester merchant aged 3 died last jointed when the freeze eaaaei and lrting Cincinnati on Sunday aria I Sec was lie run to Common School Jasper W a futurity stake for next years foals is week very sappy was more seriously affected ise bv giving his house a new coat of Law Lewis Geo I Lucv atr An- Winchester A N Mantz John E to be batted either in IS13 or the year Green Lay a worthless character fell The crop has all been saved in splendid white paiilt with Hue tri nmings The A T MILLION Co Swft 7 3 and earned Frankfort Yates James Moore Moses LsGMooa foilow ing and is guaranteed to be worth out with his woman Pollie Colter at condition and threshing is now in full house occupied by A T Fish lias also Mitchell John Franklin county by the utual Ienio Wanted A position for Fall Term Miller Sanac F Maw Junction City Friday uight and shot her blast and the yield as far as determined been newly painted 25000 gross PERSONAL by S lady to teach either a private school inlit majority is not exceeding 55 per cent of last year to death Mrs Henry the woman candidate Post Otlice hours from 6 a m to 7 p m Col John s Withrow probably baa the or as an assistant Can teach the full Money order and registered letter hours The catali tues for Derea Fair are oat Baford Qorailey has gone Id Crab Or distinction of owning the oldest horse in Joe Henry Clark was stabbed to death some crops more some less Thsrehtsgood spoke in the College Chapel lat Thurs English course Two years experience prompt 7 a m to 6 p m deal of complaint of rust and cockle The day night Her clear logic delicate bu premium list is presented for and chard for the summer Woodford county The animal referred with a live cent Barlow knife at Keene J B WILLIS pw Good references furnished Address vour conwderal county by Woolison Taylor berry is not up to the standard of a gmid mor and kintlly Christian spirit won all Mr P M Pope and wife will go to to is a bay sired by Alexanders Old Ned Jessamine Box 2 Smithlield Henry Co Kentncky in the best hearts and what counts with a candidate flour yield The best lands independent can- Milford to day his old home Forrest and is now over thirty years old I loth negroes Vr li IV wheat sections have produced some fine feveral votes kid faaaaa banal at Sea He was foaled aa Col Withrours place The United Mine Workers have ap- Â¬ far jailer withdrew on Friday Mr John K Cox of Malvern Arkancrops but they are the exceptions I will Best make of Ladies and Mioses Kid pointed April M 1S1 as the date when The Dr Stwart mentioned in the sub- sas has returned In me after a visit to Bad has done considerable service Je i a harmony man be able to give about the exact average Gloves ever in ton Every pair guaranw Tart Aad Krtara 11a joined Only the H hour rule shall go into effect in all in harness and under the saddle letter from Prof Patterson relatives in this county KINGSTON Mm liwie Shackelford haa l onjrht of per acre when the threshers liooks are teed Crooke BrNNFxr a UaaasTOat of Lexington now in Europe is the new a few days ago the faithful old brute was mines of the Ihited States Account National G A- R Encampsumniit and There were two additions at Mt Zion Miss Lilian Miller of Richmond YV B Smith a lot on the no returned 4 President of IUtch College driven to town to a spring wagon and if ment via C H AS D and Erie the route Of the 14254ti00 internal revenue on last 5atoday build a residVnoe COHN led ii the l Prle among the persona pres- appearances go Bl rnam ii Hlme are agents for first selected for the Headquarters tr on Monnay morning June 30 a mi for anything be will yet collected had year Kentucky paid S17 ent at Miss Maud Embryo party in Ii PleC Jas Rice will fhorOy move to class insurjmcc companies tlie State of Ohio and Kentu The area of this crop was a full averM r - 7 Tayl r has bought of C S Pow- - j ner from Newcastle Try them Miiltmy tipper iSogtaad who ha last sovcri years 050043 next to Illinois the largest con- Â¬ Tickets on 9th and age or 05 per cent of last year which Missouri with his family to lire 33-- 3a tot on Broadway 0 foot Irunt for beea than years in Pennsylvania died vine 10th good returning until August zo Bwdd Poble who handles the BaetfM tributor L G- - Barbour and wife have re was Mas It was planted two or three Mottet Luclen Mrs R J Patton and rl Si00 and will build a residence He was seized nine months ago with that The quality of the bood depends iSqo Eagfaad and GarfSSC nfnsiil to per- weeks later than usual The stand was are at her fathers J W jibbs turned from Bed Sulphur Springs Va young stallion Axtell says the horse The official trains will leave Cincinnati much upon the good or bad digestion and newly fitted up sewing machine most deceptive of diseases consumption The looks more like a race horse than he did mit the National Rifles of Washington to generally By this Saturday 4 p M fsrv eod bat it has grown Mis es Mattie and Annie Witt are on a assimilation Being unable to work his means were and report the water exceedingly fine to make the blood lich in rooms lea Maekeys fonner place on last season having lengthened and lost enter their dominions in a military ca uneven aaaa was confront route stop overs at New York City h tlie same visit to friends in Rockcastle county soon exhausted But the inextinguisha--ir- e and the accommodations delightful life and strength giving constituteindeed l akc Chautauqua Main street are elaborate and Niagara Falls are He has pacity and the intended trip abroad is off conditions governing other spring crops some of his bulky appearance to die in his native land was so Mr Wm V1-- of Fairfield County Dr I H McLeans Strengthening Cor- allowed on return trip had a wonderful season in the stud the ABOUT RAILROADS reasman McCreary was at home a strong that his fellow E II Burnside Mayor of Sfinford The drouth which prevented all over the For information call on or address dial and Blood Purifier it will notirish miners raised a very choicest mares in the country hav- died last week He was a Garrard coun- Â¬ State nnt l the 23d of July seriouly stunt- S C is visiting bis mother anJ Cthr re C H i D SS Erie Ry two lat week and made a couple fund to carry him and his wife across of the blood from which nearest agent the projttTe ing been bred to him and he is now taktickt it for lVmocracy ty man and during the war was one of ed the growth and the early corn has gen- latives of rousing speech i 00 the Atlantic They took passage in the Some ten wheel ex press engines recent- Â¬ ing slow work on the track He will not Mrs J Hamp Tribble and two chil- the elements of vitality ac drawn Anderson cattle erally teaseled low with a small stalk the great Burnside i steerage oblivious of its discomforts in ly constructed for an eastern road have Mr Walden brother of Mrs J A per bottle Beri lie started in public until some time in firm and iu the more droathy sections the tas- Â¬ dren of Shelby county are visiting rela Ktrhmotitl 1145 Williamson this place is in Buenos Ayres order to gratify the supreme desire of bis without difficulty hauled 17 passenger August and will not Ik- - ready to enter a ties in the county Wall Paper An entire family consisting of Sylves sel has dried up and many farmers will - lerable war is going on rapidiy ebbing life From the hour he coaches up a 117 foot grade at nearly I0 IIIK- IslT race or lower a record until some time in ter Gotdea wife and Miss Mggie Bales is visitingher grandLargest and cheape t line of Wall Pa- Ki liti three children were not make more than one third to one half came on ship board he rapidly declined miles an hour Mr W C Hunlcy was overcome with Septcmlier Mrs Bales and MUs pers in town run over and killed bv a train at irafton crop The more heated sections in rain- parents in Virginia and alsmt I p m breathed his last Rev Z heat on Saturday and fell to the floor I pm The K N I - B track is now in fine James li Whipple of LeMad Town W Va They were on their way to fall will mske a lietter yield but few Annie Maupin will soon join her where 40- - Caooaa ateaaarr h Uaaarroar a Baptist clergyman attend painfullv cutting his head He is doing Ir Stewart condition for a new nmd betweea Kicb- ship Pa rode over to Brier Patch a few church I crops coming up to the ordinary yield of they will spend the summer x m him in his last moments On Tuesday The most delicate constitution can Paris well olasville and Marble creek A run was days ago hitching to a tree close to a reteh soil Taking it altogether the outlook Emma and Lainia Boen Miss the lmlv sewed in closely fitting canvas Incendiaries set fin- to the residence of n safely use Dr J II McLeans Tar Wine li W Bnunuar has returned from was at 12 in consigned to the deep lart made to Marble creek last Wednesday stone wall Just over the wall there were BsT Darid Plumb at Coles lad Mrs for this iaaportant product is very aaaat turned last week from Irvine where they Lung Balm it is a sure remedy for IIM1I1 An of the bulwarks or gunwale were remov- evening in ten minutes distance seven five hives of Ik cs While stamping r id Plumb and three children were burned to isfactorv The general condition cover had been sjiending several weeks with t lay City and located a Kirksville m coughs loss of voice and all throat and other doctor inuii Louisville has also ed a plank placed at right angles the miles ami the return trip was made in fighting Hies the horse knocked a stone death and Mr Plumb was so badly ing the State is 88 per cent of last year their sister Mrs Friend lung diseases i lt MAYSVILLE BRANCH 14 minutes including three stops This from the tiqi of the wall It struck one which was one of the beat com years located thlody laid thereon and after the burial Mr J Rube Cox and daughter Miss burned that he cannot live speaks well for the road Ancaoistowa of the beehiTfa and the liees swarmed More Prasioas aad Boaaty known to the State service had beea read by the captain the Nettie are on a visit to friends an rela Â¬ ORTH BOI Mr Tex is Colih is thought to lie rveov Col I K Rawlings of Knox county Journal A gentleman representing Milo B out and pitched at the horses head and and Col THRU o end of the plank towards the center of the tives in Kansas and will stop a while in from his violent attack of fever but John B Fish and Judge C W Stevens it Co Pension Attorneys Wj h neck The horse began tfi scream terriAt the recent tneet ig of the The rainfall during the setting season Missouri on their return thcr Baanoa is now suffering from vessel lieing slowly raised while the othMetcalf of Bell county arc each seeking of the B N I V P held at bly and yanked himself loose ami dashed er part was eorresiondingly depressed toil The Gypsies are still among us telling ington D C can be seen at the St ame dis aa the Hemocratic nomination for Congress seemed sufficient for an average acreage the body slipped off by force of gravitv Nicholasville the following directors down the road at a breakneck gait The in the 11th district which is 10000 Re- but from various causes the acreage is fortunes from ten cents worth up to one Nicholas Hotel Richmond Thursday T common and was rapidly engulfed by Anetionecr Hush reports All old land dollar the waters were elected B D Halsey Adolph lives had stung it so severely that it tumnot as mich as anticipated All the boys and girls had their August 7th morning and evening and rattle aa the market S of which sold at below The sight was one never to lie Shmidt VT Price Thos Pullitt IVn bled into a ditch by the roadside and publican at the Shepherd House Irvine Fridav The Bureau of Statistics reports that esjieciallv sod laud seemed to lie in a fortunes told except Dick Jones and Jim August 8 by person desiring informa J to -- J cents 1 yoke oxen 85 21 broke forgotten and sensibly impressed those nett 11 Young and J W Stine of Ixiuis when Whipple pot there the poor animal condition not to promote the growth and Tafkes for the six months ending June 1 the mules 85 to 1SV tion concerning pensions bountic SOUTH liulNIt ville C 1 Chenault Juo 1 Harris wts in the agonies of death win witnessed this burial at sea Rev Preston Blake closed last week at or having claims which they desire numlx r of immigrants arriving at our even at this date there is a very large to Charles Searcy and Newland Joaes sr M I Tlie latest advices from Fairope are to orts from Fairojiean Flack teacher of the entered of the old hand crop yet in the Bethel a series of meetings with five adcountries was 451- - 1mount CumIijji CapiTv i S have prosecuted by said attorn vs of Madison P M Arnett W L Steele the effect that the American trotting horse 1 public rananl rf Kichmoud has beea Mr Klake is always welcomed ditions III tfg against 43eoll for the corresponding cliKls it is very uneven and lully Morton Cumley whose sudden disap and E R Siarks of Jessamine W T B is doing well under Italys sunny skies i m Principal of the colored Bible per cent as an average is missing in the by all denominations and has many warm Sick Hfmiachk and a ensaUon of A in pearsace together with the surrounding Williams of Eotfll sad D M Malonev of on Frances vine clad soil and on the race lieriisl in II I Fminence hill Much of it buttoning very low and friends in this community I oppression and dullness in the head are At ICast Saginaw Mich 10000000 bet the stalk hardening with a cabbagy forcircumstances which caused his departas Lee romses of the Herman fatherland The Svery commonly produced bv indigestion t im The KichiiHHid Building and Lian Cor ure mentioned in bat weeks Journal of lumber 12000 cords of stove wood 10 inei iiHt Col John MeLeod has been appointed Kussian trotters rank next to the Ameriof the leaves It has been poorly mation morbid despondency irritability and over ii has declared a quarterly divi dwelling and four other houses 40f kirksville has turned up in Missouri withahrother-in-lacultivated and getting a ltad start in life ienerll Manager of theltiehmoud Nich- can in point of endurance and apeed Kun sensitiveness of the nerves may in a madend of Lj jH r cent which is better than Wm Kanetza whom several of olasville Irvine and Ik attyville railroad They usually get a piece of the money in barrels of salt and Mi railroad cars went has not recovered Miss Hattie March is visiting Mrs J New land tobacco is jority of cases be traced to the same y from I an annual 10 ter cent our citizens have no doubt heard or read He is charged with the duty of hurrying every race in which they start The pa up in smoke involving a loss of 375000 doing much lietter and some promising McCotton of this place cause Dr J H McLean Liver and ill half insured Sunday Aug 10 ami of liefore Sjierial train its completion and preparing far its opera culiar mode of handicapping practiced is The massive brick south of our town Kidney Balm and Pellets will positively crops an- reporb d It is less missing in Immediately upon hearing of the ab t i hi as fast as the tracks are laid A i teach orchard in Maryland which the hill and a gitotl deal of it is now be 17th from Stanford over the K has been a favorite evening resort He a hardship on the American horses now H Len 1 13 cure sconding of Cumley some of his Leave XII ll Hill camp meeting has beea iaeneetasg the cars and in Europe They are required to give dis- Â¬ last year yielded 15000 bushels of fine ing topped Mr Pat Grady of Richmond is conGet Smiths Diarrhoa Cordial and save 7 I 0 irs employed Henry A Welch mir local repirts that the passenger coaches will lie tance and in a recent ra e Mollie Wilkes fruit has but a single peach this year and at 7 a i The rainfall altotit the 23 of July was fined to his bed with fever at the home of your life a you cant always get the mull 7V in detective tiearn of his wherealiouts and among the handsomest in this section of an American mare had to giveZoulon a the dealers complain that theres some very general east of the rariload from 7 S III Mil his mother Madtoah county will have three- MM see what could lie done towards regaining doctor in time Price J cents told by en Jlin a the country Col MeLeod who is thus horse better than 240 two hundred meters doubt altotit the railroads getting that one Luiisville to Nashville and was in suffsi Several young ladies are looking very W G White Iru in the Constitutional Convention- - lur their projierty f 51 Mr Welch left on the placed in such a respoBsibte iisitioii is or more than a furlong f course M illic to market liefore it decays icient quantity to thoroughly wet the IN N pleasant and are all smiles since two doc nam of Madison Brouston of following Thursday morning for Stur- one of tike foremost railroad men in the was never in the race and Zoulon area easiFor Rent House of six rooms citern Kii n iiiiI tin in A few counties east of that ali Kentucky there are but six ex thirsty soil In of Lincoln and Miller geon Boaaeeoaaay Mo where he ascer country and as an engineer is sjiiil to ly The attendance at these races is usual- Confederate soldiers w ho are a charge up road bower did not get the rain and a tors arrived cellar and walks Mr Arthur Burton Commenced his s tained Cumley had gone Arriving at hare fear superiors He is President of ly as large as in America and the interest on the counties of their residence A verv severe drouth is now pending and of Mr J Judge Slnslier Take one of Dr J H McLeans Litat Rec House on the 14th He this county was elected County to above place oa Friday Mr Welch the Faigineering Association of the South- is rapidly growing The men of money prominent Fetleral soldier recently said esery form of crops aad vegetation is lie- school tle Liver and Kidney IV llets at night betwenty one scholars JndejenttVB on the Ikmrocratic ticket found bis man and the articles ln longing west and in the earlier days of the Lou- Â¬ are heavy lictters and the way they back that this fact of itself was the proudest ing seriously damaged much of the corn opened with fore iou go to lied and you will be sur Â¬ Mr Wallace and Charley Lutes are - to Cumleys creditors which were forthWestern Kenisville Southern was at its head He is a their choices would astonish the biggest monument the Confederates could wish lieing past redemption iajority of 27s The county usualprised how buoyant and vigorous you will III irr h with attached Tht v have been confined feel convalescent man of marked executive ability and speculators OB the Gtaad Circuit Con Â¬ publican by alxmt 700 A national convention of the union la tucky is suffering most from the drouth the next div Onlv J5 cent- s vial of the in pun v or It - said that the absconder left home some of the most important pieces of en- Â¬ siderable attention is lieing paad to breedÂ¬ 1 iccasiollal to their rooms for the past two weeks showers have fallen but V L MlNs oN bor party has lieeu called to meet in St J Clays conspicuous pres with about S2lll in money hesidi Mr Bl at gineering in the country now stand as ing to ln st strains in Europe and within lyOtus SeptemlH r i to outline tlie cam the tobacco is very seriously damaged Dr Russell of Louisville has located i wm ence at the sessions of the grand juries eral head of stock some farming imple- innnnmenN to that ability Chief among the next ten years Fairopean horses may Lare Cartaia- paign of Ki2 The Greeahacs party the in all drouth sections and report 25 to Id here for the practice of medicine He B as the past ten or fifteen years prosecuting ments household furniture etc together those are the great cantilever bridge be able to go a 225 clip eoaaparathre condition comes highly recommended He graduOur Lace Curtain stock is complete Fanners Alliance the Wheelers and per cent ill on evil doers and his lavish use of money w ith his family Elijah Cumley a nephew across Kentucky river at Tyrone on the Worms are apjie aring in large numbers ated at Louisville with first honors UaMSTOM Ill Crooke Bennett 40- Grangers are invited to send representaWt are not going to wage indiscrimiand whisky in the election of Monday son of Jerry Cumley and a negro man Louisville Southern and all the bridge RYK Dr Stagner has also located here tives There are many accidents and dUeas lUma Butler The goods were sent to structures on that road Col McIeod nate warfare against the check rein for are eiitirvlv inconsistent This crop was generally matured liefore for the practice of medicine Dr es which affect Stock and cause serious Thomas Strong of fVoaaa Creek has the drouth and eared in good condition Kanetza at Sturgeon and prior to the ar- will take charge immediately and will we know too well its usefulness generally He inconvenience ami lo- - to the farmer in Stagner comes highly recommended A ProliHc District rival the brother-in-lahad beea endea- have his offices hi the Courier Journal and under certain circumstances its ab- killed eleven copper head and two rattle- Acreage 98 condition SI Sbara ira received the gold medal in a graduating his work which may be quickly remedied fflON wkn solute necessity but for the haadretfa snakes this season Mr Strongs success Out in school district No 10 near voring to make arrangements for the pur rvrrvitttpai nlr antcd OATS building for the present at least- - Courier- s class of one hundred students by the use of Dr J 11 McLeans Vol U nnmc itnd price stamped time record our earnest protest against is attributable to the fact that three years have there are four families that f a farm for Cumley but his plan This crop was certainly the most signal JiKinnil I Miss Ida Prewitt left Monday to begin canic Oil Liniment its inordinate abuse In ninety cases out ago he lost the index finger of his right thirty owe boys three of them eight wen- considerably frustrated by the ai- for many years Saturday afternoon n mammoth new of a hundred those who apply the side or hand from the bite of a copper head lb failure known her school at Old Paint Lick Miss Lla Another fam- pearaaee of Mr Welch who arrived just nd the other seven Handkerchiefs hay case Four familes therefore iu time to put a quietus on their little passenger engine drawing a train of cars over check to their harness cannot give has sworn vengeance against the tribe ilv ha ten girls Both timothy ami clover hay have been taught a spring school there and the patElegant line of ladies handkerchiefs passed through Georgetown on the Cin- you any intelligent reason for its use furher season Bmtt r have a good big school of their own saved in splendid condition and all safe rons were very much pleased with game XirhoiatriUi JmtmmL - Crooke Bennett Crmston cinnati Southern road The engine and ther than it was w ith the harness when teaching and have employed her for the 40in stacks and barns Madhtes People at the Lancaster Fair train came rom the south and was en they boagbt it ami it is fashionable to fall Ik you want to buv a Sulky Surrey RELIGIOUS Shot I Tt KKs The locomotive is have it Every other horse you will meet Madison county was reasonably suc- mute to Cincinnati Dr Judge Higgins of Barbourville is Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor Til Dkaaraua saw shot by Bebert Kel- In the sections w here the rainfall has what is known as the Strong make and with on the streets of a city is either cessful at the iarrard county fair The camp meeting at High Bridge been normal pastures are looking well vising relatives here He came to attend he I as the latest best and cheapest in ar the Million voting place on MonThe successful competitors aad the ar- was built at Irorydale near Cincinnati standing hitched with his face turned up eteaed 011 Sunday The attendance has but in the sections affected by the drouth the Lancaster Fair Giad are many fair day The wound is in the shoulder jen cisFor rent House of five rooms hall This engine made the mn from Lexington to the hot sun the tlies swarming about ltet n the smallest in the history of the they are rapidly drying up and most of hearts ticles an1 as hereunder given et rating the lungs and is considered dan 6 See Wiggins tern and walks Two shots were fired only the Two or more bottles home made wine to Georgetown in thirteen minutes Four his eyes mouth and ears with no power concern and it is doubtful whether the the grass and clover is entirely destroyed giToiis Prof J H Stricklin late of Elliott In Life of the fiesh is the blood The minutes were consumed in running the to defend himself or move along in per Â¬ managers made money or not Dunrillr by the excessive beat and dry weather preniium Miss Rosa B Turlev second taking effect stitute is paying Kirksville a flying visit thereof pure blood means healthy func Home made cheese certificate Mrs i first mile from lA xington as the law will fect misery from his head lieing pullet Advocate me wtows Kelly wastr l yestenlay and held to He came to Cincinnati and being so close tional activity and this bears with it the not permit fast running through the cor nnto an unnatural liosition If drivers B farter Meadows which were uncovered by the lie sivs came to Kirksville His reason answer At the 18th annual State Convention of certainty of quick restoration from sickBlack rake certificate Miss Nannie B jHirate limit- - This made the running who insist that their horse does not mower in the dry districts are almost aav to he a nlatistble one but the chief ness or accident Dr Lexthe Christian Church Colored at J II McLeans rate of sjiecd seventy five miles an hour travel well or is in the habit of stutnli killed os a Trail Turley object can be easily surmised ington 5t4 additions and fourteen new ruined Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purilimbmidery on flannel premium and The mechanism of this locomotive is quite ling or is liable to kick if his head is not A sj ecial train carrying the corpse of apples organized during Mr Ivy Burton began his school last fier give pure rich blood and vitalizes unique Two engineers and two firemen leaned up would have the judgement or churches were rciorted Reyn lds a young brakeman certificate Mrs J P Fanbry Wilson Apples are shedding badly are gener- Â¬ Monday week at the white school house the year and JoOSOS cents were raised and strengthens the whole body 100 Hemstitching premium Mrs B Y go with every engine which hasa double a sufficient supply of the milk of human from Li ingstou came through Richmond GENTLEMEN Sunday to pay on the church debt in ally small Condition 40 three and one half miles from Richmond per bottle 13 set of Imilers The length of the engine kindness to throw off the cheek when of a Tevis Keynohls was on top on Sunday alf nnU Larra Watrraraaf irala IKUHKS Lexington which had a debt of 2000 He taught there last fall and gave such ccllmra sad weiring aawBMraaf taw ahn r and when the train ran under a Stallion I years ol and under certi- is nearly eighty feet and in size it looks they stop the cruelty and harm would lie liending Peaches are almost a failure Tlie con- Â¬ satisfaction that he was employed gain Vasaaere thnare aliixist doable that of an ordinary loeo greatly lessened but very few of them bridge wear Johnson oa the Maysville ficate C C Clirisman is reported this month at 23 wed aa iraMad We have the novelty of the season in Bawwass Hand whlah eoasaarada MiiaT without applying for the school five ap- Â¬ Fiiitor Climax I have just closed a dition motive The water tank will carry al- ever think so far and nearly every hour rrUah dies Shoe branch his held struck the bridge and certiStallion 2 years old and under IKISH POTATOES lland ewed Well A Bat ratf 8bmt plications having been made cashmere ombres meeting of ten days at Red Lick church Â¬ most as much water as an ordinary cis- in the day one can find scores of poor an- Â¬ linen lie was killed instant v ficate J B and H Chenault This crop is not exceeding 20 per cent liMdrrnr We rs Will which resulted in 34 additions The epoch for charming young widows 40- - Crooke Bennett it Irmston Ntne nt a nonnlnr of the crop of 8 which is a serious loss Phaeton pony premium R P Fox and tern its capacity lieing 5000 gallons It imals standing in the sun suffering all the Is enpeelally Paltreaian A Little Toe Far of Kirksville has at last come One has can handle almost any sized train w ith tortures of the rack or pillory while their hold a meeting at Union City commenc to our table comforts Coughs and colds come uninvited but fiir ratlenail men rarmerp ete S iIls ing on Monday night the 11th Brother recently left this bright state of affairs and you can quickly get rid of these with a male InCoanws MSWaaaa Lare Mr R 11 The personal attack on Double team regardless of sex color or comparative ease and ran fast with it master is within doors enjoying himself FOR SWEET POTATOES has launched into the blissful realms oi few doses of Dr J II McLean Tar LADIES Crooke the IVmocratic candidate for ownership second money John B Chen- This pice of machinery was built express- Â¬ with no thought or eare for the welfare of Preston Blake will assist m ntnst faTneabty rrrlTtd since tnWndwssw This crop is looking generally fairly matrimony and others are looking forward Wine Lung Balm Yours Respectfully ly for the purjiose of fast travel and can his mute and faithful servant Delegate to tin Constitutional Conven ault I IJ HVdcni laeeml improvements nutse tanas nasnov es iv lrt at tnee prices well and with sufficient rain would make with fond anticipations J I Wiiis tion by Bar B U Breck in his speech our PVftl If be can Man- - or gelding years old and under run at the rate of seventy five miles per Sportsman A proa iooasfartoi an average yield but nettling rain badly While one old bachelor is mourning on 100000 endowment Of the additional hour ft is probable that before a great at the Court house FViday night was 4 third money Chenault Bros OAK11KNS ULSS nracktaa Sana Tear by year the growth of the horse now raising for the Southern Baptist account of the recent catastrophe anothDont fail to see our Bordered Apron W l while the Company will put a number of entirely unwarranted and has licen Mare or gelding 2 years old and under Gardens have generally dried up and er is looking forward with bright pros- Goods condemned these engines on their line as they were breeding interest in the Mail fllaan ISgloa Theological Seminary the first ladgSnn severely ciiicised and first premium R P Fox and sons of Kentucky becomes more and more haslieen raised and is called the Broad vegetables are very scarce Goad rains pects of making an end of this state of 40- - Crooke Bennett Irmston pleased with the exhibition made irrespective i f feeling iu the election In the sweepstake saddle rings stallion Corn tobacco hemp hogs and us Professorship marked as suggested bv Ih would give a full crop of such as mature things Mount Tabor seems to be a Sungrtotrn Tit was the first time within our recollecIt Life will acquire new zest and cheerBro any age thin money Chenault are giving place to the business of I5oyee before his death The last 50000 irom now on day evenings resort for the two old bachtion tliat a candidate has leen thus asIt is rumored that the lease of the Lou- Â¬ cattle Mare or gelding any age third money With a short vegetable crop a large elors and their escorts rearing trotting and to a less extent is almost secured and in accordance with May success fulness return if you will impel your A candidates sailed in this county isville Southern was the first step in a liver and kidneys to tlie performance o Chenault Bros thoroughbred and saddle horses It is a vote of the Trustees will be called the iter centage of the joints of the hog pro- Â¬ crown their efforts political views and public acts are suli- scheme by which the Baal Tennessee geltheir functions Dr J 11 McLeans LivSweejistake harness roig mare or duct sitoiled by the warm winter a short true that for a long time Kentucky has Boyce Professorship The seminary discussion bat certainly er and Kidney Balm will stimulate them ding any age seed style and durability Virginia and Georgia road will secure a boen largely devoted to fine horses and will Syraa of Kigs soon have 400000 interest bearing corn and wheat crop it forelstdes a hard not his abilitt 100 per bottle Chenault short Louisville Chicago route The plan has furnished the rest of the ountry with considered third premium year for persons of small means and it Produced from the laxative and nutritous to healthful action aeearittea and 400000 of educational outlined is that the New Albany Belt Bros n rcks 1icaic behooves every one to save up and take juice of California figs combined with the the best specimens of horse flesh but for buildings Couritr Jwirnal Line and its collateral proerty will be Sweejistake roadster stallion any age period the industry was care of everything that is suitable for the medicinal virtues of plants known to be The picnic advertised by F Weckesser Hose scooped in and a road will be constructed a considerable On the Fridav liefore the fourth Satur Fine marcs by Iex not rary profitable Res- Â¬ first premium Chenault Bros most beneficial to the human system acts k Co proprietors of the New York from New Albany paralleling the J M Cotton Lisle thread and silk hose for day in Augnst the North district Asso- Â¬ table beajtea aad other great horses were in Yery resiiect fully gently oil the kidneys liver and bowels Ladies and Misses taurant to take place at tlie Fair Grotinds and I route to Indianapolis At this ciation of old Baptists will meet with the Beware ol Ooatz or traps instances bred to jacks because a Ciias Y WlIJSON i effectually cleansing the system dispelling 40-- Crooke Bennett SrtAMCTts Low Rates went off in gnat shaite without a bobble conwill lie constructed toa point many Urmston church at Goshen this county and Chapter lVt An act to amend article jxiint a nad a bale of cotton was the Commissioner colds and headaches and curing habitual mar Trips per Weak Be or blemish Some twelve or fifteen un 1 on the Like Shore road giving the short- mule like in session throe days A numb r tinue of chapter 47 of the General Statutes equivalent of money It could always be The damp and decaying vegetation of ROIT MACKiNAC ISLAND constipation drad people aare ysasaat Trost v six Approved April 11 est line betweea Ixuiisville and Chicago tlLsjtieed of at its value Horses were a of able ministers are expected to lie in entitled Naming School Heaae Burned regions newly cleared of timber exposed ton made the music The dancing games Mgfi A spur will also lie built taking m Jeffer Goshen is one of the largest attendance Theodore Child will contribute to the to the rays of the sun is sure to breed Uaur Oihswaarl Kmm IUtim City races greasy poll and other attractions sonville When this this plan is consid drug in the market They were very and oldest churches in the district havXt7 Waek Dj Cetvm Said act roads as follows next number of Harpers Weekly a timely malaria buy and generally very hard to Communicated Dr J II McLeans Chills and ROIT AND CLEVELAND Tlie partieijiants had wen- all tliiTe ered in connection with a recently an eaajr to ing lieen organiAl in 17117 It has chang l ii tin iiurriil Axxcmhli of Br it iiinrUil everylnxly had a surplus of The Pine Grove Shool House in Jack- Â¬ article on The Argentine Republic and Fever Cure by mild and gentle action l Sue dev Trip derrng- J olr aad sntiaa bushels of fur and plenty to eat Mr nounced plan by which the same road sell Almost ed pastors but few times since organizaMSMSMTcaaa of Kmfitrhi Having spent the six will radically cure 50 cents a bottle and t 1 That promised to get the shortest route from them This is true now with inferior son county V2 miles north west from its Present Crisis Weckesser siiys tliat tlie exiH nditures tion Kev Wm Rupard is now the pas- Â¬ Illustrated raad Xxaunaoa Tinltcta wn to 3- ad and receipts nere about equal but the it shall be unlawful for any jiersou or per- Louisville to Atlanta and thence to grades but with the liest the kind every tor and has been for thirty five years or McKce was one of the best school build- Â¬ months from January to July 1S00 in guaranteed WW roorTKv jLsan or WKTCOSi8 Ge- t for his sons to play take part or particijKite in Brunswick Gat OB the Atlantic coast it ImhIv wants in these days the supply is more Before him Rev Thos Boone ings in the county and was used both for South America Mr Child writes directly inent AnT picnic was a fine has a quantity of new SulDonelson me or games commonly known as still unequal to the demand The acreage It was from his own observation and experience kies Surries and Buggies of the newest t Cl2T2i334 StJiSl bfaBBaa Cl business and that his jwtronage was will be seen that it opens wonderful out red the church in that capacity for school and church purposes oontz or crap or anv game or games The paper is the result of a careful personeitnoiT mi that but a few years ago was devoted to nearlv half a centurv In addition to this burned down on Monday night July Further along he incieased greatly to the road An outlet will thus and most popular pattern and at very played with dice or other similar contri Ikfield culture is now rapidly going into Utgether with the furniture books and a al study of the condition of affairs in the reasonable figures entertainment may give an ther given to Chicago and Louisville at a church FUd Rupunl has served in the 5- vance wherein whereby or uKin the re- Â¬ grass and the business of breeding WELLS F B CARIL It is not known what country of the Argentines and of the ioint on the southern Atlantic coast blue same capacity and for nearly the same cabinet organ I pes The Waters Km id sult of which money or other thing of from the choicest linvs of blood grows length of be- Â¬ causes which have led to the present comDRINKEXSESS whence a proposed line of steamers can LIlllOU HABIT -- la all time the churches at Liberty caused the fire but it is confidently Brae grass lands are worth from value is ln t waged wonor lost in anywise plications Col the fisher Lumber Co distribute freight along the coast The nana Estill county Cane Spring Madison lieved to be the work of an incendiary as tie World there is eat Oar tar 100 per acre upward Corn toltacco and Ford is now idiout to reap the reward of an whatever Dr Haine tieldea Specific connection from Louisville to Atlanta and Montgomery there was no fire about the building county and Lulliegrud In connection with the series of papers 2 Any person violating the jirovis CO each crops can be rained in the West on neans wish to ancients II can lie given In a cup of tea or roHee Brunswick is promised to be completed All this time he has officiated as They will undertake to rebuild at once now being published on Exercise for Wocounty without the knowledge of the person taking coavey theksio that theCloncl isancient ions of the precediag section shall lie by the end of this year by building a lands costing but a tithe of this amount but they are poor and will need assistance men cwra a sjieeuy pastor and without any stipulation as to the next number of Harpeis Bazar it enroling iMitlent is aami permanent moderate ilruike r whether Hie but thai the investment is comparatively guilty of a misdemeanor and upoa con- cone ting line between Dayton Tenn and the railroads convey these products salary or of payment in any manner He The teacher of the school Maa Mary will contain an article on The Ladies an alcoholic wreck Thooaandaof ilruiikunls a circuit or other court of com to all sections at moderate rates Tobacco I re was a boom at viction in have been Â¬ Wocl is authorized to solicit aid The fl and leveland Tenn and bridging Tenis still in the prime of life and bids Athletic Club at the Berkeley Lyceum specific Hf shall be lined not is a somewhat uncertain crop and prices V scoutdn A man went petent jurisdiction Ol lilFB ill islire uitl to il nessee river The E T V and G Road have many more years of useful consideration oi the benevolent is re- Â¬ by Mary Gay Humphreys fair to f their own tn Minneapolis anl has than fifty dollars nor more than one is the one with which the Lexington and are often cut down bates cost of produc- Â¬ H One feature of Goshen church is quested siilt sfruin its administratiou lures cuano by the naaipalatetB of the market dollars or confined in the ooaa Richmond Railway wtH connect tion on the great aV Su hundred bud teed SSeiiil fur i ircuhtr anil full particulars Â¬ aad in the numlier of very old people who beapt Rat 8 Offntt refills lit cattle on If you are suffering with weak or in- Aildrras in confidence Cluils arsenic To The margin of profit In corn and hemp tv jail not more than three months or sure Lexington being a point on this at spread per 17 10 long to it Quite a number have passed sale of all diriptiois UeaoldS head flamed eyes or granulated eyelids you 186 Knee St Cincinnati U a ouare from the Court of the jury n is not large by reason of the ravages of was mapjed were S01 great truuk line Lowric Time bnt have to tseud sway out to the four score mile post Among them of good medium cattle of 1000 pounds can be quickly cured by using Dr J H cholera hogs are an uncertain product 3 Any person who shall set up keep followed by at out Ballard county has for a citizen tiie mules are not largely remunerative cat- Â¬ are Mrs Dolly Sewell aged 9 Warren weight at SJ8 per ewt and 20 yearlings McLeans Strengthening Eye Slave 25 w town BWBSgc or u niie or lail assist in set Rash H2 his wife aged 80 Mrs Julina of 700 pounds at fJUfv Calves at from cents a box oldest mar in the State James McMul tle have for several years been low and 113 Taxes on lot became irksome so an act i ting up keeping managing or operating nK con Bench SO years Mrs BetsyS ott82 years 1150 iter head Only a few i i oUnin d to roeoii- - anv such game or contrivance as is de- - len 114 years old and Fulton County handling them lias frequently placed a Mrs FVankie Hunt 8J years and a num-ls-- r 7JJ0to l Watches Clocks and Jewelry will be wif JAMES O MetllKAKY is a esmlll ite for broke mules were offered and several sold tion one of this act where- - comes next with Col Alex Caldwell of balance on the wrong side of the ledger re election to loiigrea from the Eighth Dis Â¬ to into farming lands of others nearly as old Ittncftrter at an average of 140 Plug heaaai promptly repaired by Mrs Anna Armer trict of Kentucky subject to the actio of Col Breeding trotters tliorougbreds and good an- permitted to or the city of Fulton aged 1 12 years bv or wherein others iBBBS nIiol on aad of late there has if left at Mrs John Farleys 2oal and Anthracite 7 i Dfimtcrat Uoratkmm to 100 20- brought from the liemoeraUc party game shall In deemed Caldwell is a wonderful specimen of man- Â¬ saddle horses where the business is con Â¬ rior City U en an asaket Timet kind and at the advanced age of 112 years ducted with reasonable skill and energy Myriads of caterpillars have ap A sample of Australian millet 9 feet tail Nnt and Lamp Coal in the next guilty of a felony aad apoa conviction i resurrt POS CIKCCIT COCBT CLERK Under pearad in the vicinity Austin Tex and shall be confined in the penitentiary not he retains his sight his teeth are jierfect is however always profitable Harpers Voting People for August 5th with heads 17 inches long was left at oar nfidently B O rOVBUk of Speedwell is a candi- - open at Mrers old lumber xars ad his hearing is as giHxl as when UifliuDcs our beautiful lands are along the Brazos river and fears are en- will contain the first instalment of a char- office yestenlay by K B Caldwell grown less than one year nor more than three iiousand Pr -- by lerian church Clerk Circuit after young and is general appearance is that rapidlv passing from an agricultural to tertained that the cotton crop of the State acteristic story by Richard Malcolm hy him It is said to be a splendid varie- - dnte for subject toCourtaction of of Madison- t Becd ed infamous bids for delivery in town Lowest county the the Demoeighty years old a grazing condition will lie seriously injured Try U ever thereafter dis-- of a man not more than Vif fc Farm ty Stanford J cratlc party Johnston entitled Two Administrations - - Atuju t 1880 Â¬ i The polo loik have l oen returned to the County Clerks often but cannot be opened until to morrow Therefore The Cast in iih nrt the otlirial fiirorcs but is in poses ion of kuIIk ient infor- Â¬ mation to state that Major Burn am carried by the county at least 700 majority lie received more votes than both opponent in every pre cinet in the coantjr save Union anl Fox town He also pit a greater nunilwr of liian the Dtaauuattc ticket except in the precincts named The total vote cast for Htirnam Crooke ami Clay was boot ts-iO a heavy vote Mr Cay received only 79 votes of which were in Ujs popalnrity of several Richmond months ago seems to have wanel consid erably The indications are that Mr Lomnnoor for Clerk of Court of Apiteals was defeated by Jadaje Tinsley by only three or four votes This is due to two causes A few Adams men voted for Ifaatey while otben tailed to vote at all Mauy lHimxnit- - re raided lmcmoors nta tion in the County certainly and were inactive Union continues to lie the banner Democratic prtA im t Â¬ 4- Â¬ qualified from exercising the right of suf frage aad from holding any office of hon- Â¬ or trust or profit whether it be State county city or municijHil The judge ment of conviction shall recite such infamy and disqualification and shall not lie valid without such recital The provisions of this section shall not include nor Ik- - applicable to jiersons who play in such a game unless they take jwirt iu set ting up keeping managing or operating such game f 4 The change of the name of the game machine or contrivance mentioned in this act shall not prevent the conviction of any icron violating the provisions thereof 5 Prosecutions for violations ol this act may lie had within five years after the commission of the offense bat not later l All acts or parts of acts in conflict w ith this act are hereby repealed 7 This act shall take effect front and after its passage Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HORSE NOTES Susie S will trot at Rochester day the 15th on Fri- Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS MONTHLY CROP REPORT CORRESPONDENCE MITRE Til TEACHERS NEW ADVERTISEMENTS LIST OF LETTERS Â¬ two-year-o-ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lth 14 TO BOSTON Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ s- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rI Â¬ Â¬ i- Â¬ lr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T H I - I I H 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ QSLt L 0Rn3fcfES 575 S Â¬ DOUGLAS 1 SHOE 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l Â¬ 2 SHOES I - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dbyJack Freernan Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lit rro Summer Tours ACKINAC Â¬ 1 Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ pe frj-- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - r WELLS Â¬ Â¬ tvuaWJII 1 loft Â¬ Â¬ -- ANNOUNCEMENTSi na gliTOM2jPnfIWL - Â¬ Â¬ OaSWBlaatM f THE BOWSEKS MISTAKES Bowser Tackles a Stove with That Were Mtde By the Buenos Dlro Results Ayree Insurgents AST Bowser base burner fall Mr put a In comfortable temperature during tbc s p the front ball to keep It at a wln--i- d Tber Forgot to lear Ip the Railroad and Tlioj Hadnt enough Ammu Â¬ nition Tat the t udrr taking The London Times Puenos Ayrcs dis Â¬ as con- Â¬ patch says that every house verted into a citadel Tuesday night The insurgent Mate that they found the ammunition boxes in the Govern- Â¬ ment stores empty instead of full as they should hav been according to the This thwarted their official Hi plans and together with their error in not tearing up the railroad to prevent transportation of troops from the interior and in not making the War at prisoner Minister of the outset accounts they say for tho failure of the popular cause The exasperation agai st President Oclman sa is said to be intense and bl It is feared that unless fVlman resigns an attempt will be made upon his life The bourse has postponed settlements until August J Exchange shops quote gold at 4S0 Telman appears not uncertainty of his to realize the lie has made the state Â¬ position ment that only iiich a military mutiny could show the people how little ho It is reported thought of resigning that the reliellums squadron has surrendered The payment of all hills has liecn The Minister of deferred one mjnth War has issued a bulletin pardoning tho mutineers in the ranks ana declaring that 300000 members of the National Guard stood ready to defend the coun- Â¬ Â¬ WHniuiY DEALERS IN PV P4 D IT DIME FILLED WITH BRIGHT THE FINEST LINE Boots Sloes -- Eats Caps ANI Yes were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all r i no w said about mov ing the stove It was not in thing was nr came when GEmFMiHMM FOR THE the way We tnv 1 t ti bad no plare to move It to and when summer Mr Uowsor having said ut a n rnoval 1 f It per- uld leave that was my oonstenja- adenly ob- as we roasted absent minded iat you call mv coal stove d out of the hall tie left th have thought leave it thfre as Summer Season It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our SIMMER We entered the market to sig STOCK nalizc the coming aaaaoa by a stock which in its magnitude should mark an event in We have the history of all openings succeeded beyond our expectation- The goods arc 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 Hardware Tinware and Cutlery IN TOWN stoves FITZPATRICK U DEPARTMENT IS m GOODS CONSlLKRINr THE PRICE i had t Dot -n tovi Lav Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better goods at lower prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the W justice of insnectiiur our new Snriiiir stock No matter how liiirh the plane of your desires WE CAN SUIT YOU For square dealing best goods biggest assortment and Ml C CO TJAMfiT VV Ml Otl tio v Ladies 1 Shoes tlwin tO till- - Mr Btmmm way and It it Mot that stove - not In the an eye soro lk sldes Is In all styles prices and grades ever brought to tliis market cheajier than were YV Latest Styles Youre COME and SEE US Spriw 1 HilUUUUil AUUJJ 1UXHJJU1 HIUIUJJ JJIKII PFRWfT bom of course It It wovJ be the most foolish thing you Humph our fr it trade yur line of Ladies S3 Shoes in all Styles Made especially for us by Ziegler Bros Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a Just as WHETHER o IN COME 10 oPLOWS PLOWSi Wo have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which ve beU is the best plow made Buy it try it aul you cant ihiiy it We also handle the LOOK OR MIT flow would It look to bare ling en each side of try A thermometer at One must have V onsisteacy and the I uings rrnined to move it in spitof my pro- - mmon i thing in s Jf ilt11 lay and tin ir it will mm 1 itk Tin BAGGrNG GRAPES Easy and Hlmpl Way of Dolor It 2 and 250 LADIES SHOE Oalrkly ana Well By the oper itlon of bagging partial We have added to this line which for g zz exemption from rot la Bocure more or JeS complete exemption style and durability has no equal We as 6tock of bOS sun scald and from the attacks of hae the largest birds and insists also protects from It frost In the fall permitting grapes to bang much longer on tbe vines without fear of injury than would be possible Ever brought to this city prices ranging from 2 to 7 This i the best line you were they mprotocteA It is however Give us a call betore procoss when done upon a can get anvwhere an expensive but ing elsewhere and be convinced We also make special mention of our MENS I3 SHOES Childrens and Infants Shoes in great abundance and your interests will be guarded in biwing them from us Our stock of LOWSHOES and SLIPPERS b the prettiest yOM ever saw If you are not ready to buy call and examine and be An immense satisfied this is the place stock of WORK SHOES BROGANS and PLOW SHOES in fact we have made untiring efforts in every line of our Shoe Department and we think the climax has been capped COVINGTON IJJO W IMsxin MITCHELL Street Near Hotel Glyndon Mens Boys Shoes Big Injun Plow Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market and the MOUNE TOHGUE AND TONGDKLE8S CULTIVATORS i i2 Our Summer Styles Are Now Heady THE MALTA DOUBLE Is the best made SHOVEL we carry a barge stock of them Your Careful Inspection Is Requested -- WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF BACK BANDS HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES AND LINES Also full sets ol carry the n lnij not And everything necessary to hitch up Our Hat Stock is Couplets fiu t position large scale ind retards the ripening The time of bagging varies somewhat with different persons pome applying the hags as scon as the blossoms fall or evn before others even advocating as late as when be grapes begin to color so as not to ttard ripening Tho lat Â¬ ter time however would be too late to prevent rot We now bid you come and see is usually as soon as Th the graphs aie the size of small peas our attractive goods Attractive prices AtGood manilla lajrs No 1 size for Dela- - that tell their own tale of cheapness - ii in Kent in it d i I Conjistinj of Stetaoai soft Summer style- Knox stiff Hats recently received the See what style columnsof are dandies New York papers say about them In addition to tin- above named goods which we havent space to mention onlv briefly vou can get Laundred Unlaundred and Woolen Shirts Collars Cutis Socks Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear in profusion Shoe lolish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention GROOKE BENNETT 2 URMSTON Wagon HARNESS WE IIAINrLE AJLJLa DRY GOODS AND IvlltS OF Implements NS and Farming and Garden the best BOAS CARTS that roll the pikes And the CELEBRATED BUCKEYE REAPERS and MOWERS We keep on hand for inspection a number ol WA UUl rl n tractive bargains bound to please every buer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all MERCHANT TAILORING i fPf The Square Dealing House fiKTin Rooffing a Specialty suit you Call and see our Goods and Prices and we will WALLACE es 44 BOGuS Rice ors to Wallace Iv now a hadnt -- I u a W C HTZPATEJCK CO RADAMS Main Street Richmond Ky will Microbe Killer -- AT THE 10000 WORTH NEWEST HATS to KB ii i posmojL wares and Nos J and 3 for varieties with lartre dusters are best iSometimes more than cne cluster may be put in a single bag when a still larger one is our illustrations rigs 1 necessary 2 and S t how with little explanation the manner of applying tbo bags Flf 1 shows tbc manner of slitting tbc bag mm CHEMICALS I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER tnrAOQOAIWTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE CODHTHT WILL OBTAIN MUCH VALUABLE CTFOHMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF lj MAfl ill 100 Main St and freshest Richmond Ky Also a full line of the purest juit m tlt- - bo DllliS AND Mr llnlrik -- in tiie a mint Oiin le 1 littl TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES PERFUMERY BRUSHES SOAPS Ac A LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion The Latest Styles in Goods and Make ipa lor 1t would a mark i aasimi1ir ill be -- h friend m Harris- - GREAT REDUCTION IN SPRING GOODS Ladix Dongoli Shots COMUESSWKAL CiNLV j IurMiant to call llieeounty Imd ii to name Mega convention hkmi1 tin jirc-pU- Patent Medicines TAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD c Biy 300 20O S 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 HJpr men and women Every pair Brilis riinty rammittee -l Mr lb l ard vcr too COMTIETED Lidiet Dongola Shoes Mitte Dongola Shoti ggj 225 175 Gents Boys - - rROUTE Brilis THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY Tbe my Bv tb- sulijoiin 1 Calf Shoes WW count e ir L afaftod I N v LI tbe in eonvent ioo me mll tnt lt oije lie n enn STATIONERY feeliool DoukH imV competent Pharmacist lo compound prescriptions A That we the allien tmmmm shed reeor in the i HcCn following iiair That the all anl bur other - pmi in- ami are hereby invention to on ill aiintel Ienoxt Ki heil aland tononil on so that it nay be drawn closely around the cane Fig J shows one side folded oyer and Fig it shows tbe operation A hole should be made in completed thn lowcs part of tbe hag to allow any water which luay possibly enter toes cape In g iitberlng tbe grapes are picked anl stored with the bags on care being- taken in handling and in a cool place they may be kept for a long time ic perfect condition Corn Thick and Thin Miitet Don yolj Shoos 2SO Including main lines branches and extensionj Bast and West of tho Missouri River To ail points East North and Northwoet from Kansas City to Rock Island Davenport Dos Moines Chicago and vl1 ALRKRT LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthinafton Sioux Falls town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns and cities ItWatr Is the short direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville N ash vine and Eastern and Southern points converging at Kansas City It also constitutes It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and trrazlng lands in the world formine the neediest most DODular and ocnnomical svstem of transportation to and from all cities towns and sections in Kansas Col- orado and the Indian Territory FREE Roclinlng Chair Cars botweTi Kansas city and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodtr City and Piillmui Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool in summer warmed by steam from the locomotive in winter well vonlated and n eo from dust leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily on arrival of trains from the East and Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pulirria Ifilace Slivpers and FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo making stops only at important In tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at con venlent stations west of City and St Joseph furnish delicious meals at seasonable hours and Kansas at moderate prices WSItar 30- - THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER guaranteed POWERS TO HUM E Smith C W -- A BROTHER 3 2J JOW- - are iMtracted to east the vot tUOmmwj v for las l Walker AV P l d M Ninons A T Smith I I Sullivan was John Harm Bl UNAM Xiing MAJU LIW TKl r IVKOr PAKTYt o top and n T t F Monav m and ribaaU be rtirni tbe rica th Bmnlilireii ami it in tle iat h ue acr- - u m lie an have MM tian the will of send tlMia to ead v B unity The Ctnne icut Experiment Station calls attention to the fact which may be intereitlng to cultivators that grain in frenond needs thicker planting on poor thai on fertile soil and that tbe lodging of grain results from tbe too crowded growth when the plants shade each other too much become watery and for this reason a manured piece of land may give a less return than a mora ote under certain conditions A series of experiments wore made by tho station to dotormino tbo relative vulie of certain dent and flint varieties of corn Both were plaited at different and measured distances in rows four feet apart Tho unexpected result was reached hat the dent would bear closer planting and give beavkr returns from thick pUnting than tbe Cint although tbe dent wis taller larger bad heavier leaves and larger and longer ears The flint yielded tbe heaviest crop when planted jnt- foot apart in the row while tbe dent produced tbe most with two stalks tc a foot This remarkable dif- ferenoe n favor of tbe thickest plant ing for the larger variety was ascribed to tbe jontkiued aeloction of seed of this particular sub variety of tbe dent i - ngiyIP WILL MPOPE POWELL YAZOOI RECORD MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Â¬ 227 TO TUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL Madison Certainly Bring Success We offer the services of YAZ00 fr e season of County Kentucky at 1890 at Silver Creek To Manitou Pikes Peak the Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain Falls Idaho Springs the mountain parks mining camps and cities sanitary resorts hunting and fishing grounds and scenic attractions of Colorado Its Vestibulo Express Trains aro equipped with every modern improvement that can add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment They also make close connections at terminal cities in Colorado In Union Dpotto with tho Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging lines Union Pacific For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copies of tbe Western Trail flssuod monthly or further desired information address THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE WHILST other stocks are incom we always keep a full and complete stock by buying all the year round new goods being received daily Prices on every Midthing never so low as now summer prices on everything We can save you money on every thing in the line of Taints Oils Varnishes Brtuhes Glass Wall Â¬ --3WF0RTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING C0LTsf- s- E ST JOHN Ganeral TZanaser Money due if mare is parted with olherwise when colt is foaVd Marcs kept and tried regularly on grass at ten tents a day grain fed if desired at leasonalde rates Will take every care to prevent accilent or escapes bit will not be responsible for either 1st dam YolaadO dam of Yuba record 224 while in foal and BclUOnt Nw of Nutwood and thirty two more in 230 list 2nd dam Young Portia dam of Voltaire record 2204 and -- CHICAGO II JOHN SEBASTIAN I Ce il Ti Axe Yazoo is 07 Harold sire of Haul 3 208 and 23 mors 230 performers stands at 300 Yazoo BRYANT STRATTON Business College Ji7i by e an u ot was aw and any rnic for tbo isl fifteen years with asjxv ial view to tills superiority and it affords ommendatioii of the practice with valuable w points ii This continued repro- Â¬ duction of idante from the seed con- Â¬ tinuously prwiijces new varieties but nt is not to be expected this i in case of the potato which is not in- Â¬ creased by seed but only froai cuttings of tbe underground stems In to kn for man at tost a yrior Jl r same time tutor mn s caii u e one reat idow jjj barlow an t- - oinrtinn rare ability intmrtnur elltltt 11IU Tbe White Star steamship Majestic arrived in New York Wednesday the third of the ocean racers to make a journey across the Atlantic from Roachcs Point to tbe Hook in loss than six dars Her exact time was 5 days 82 hou s and 5 minutes During the t went j four boors endod at noon Wodnetday the Majestic made 505 miles for best days runs Lss Than Six Days Papers Window Shades Picture Mouldings Frames Curtains Poles Carpets Etc See our 50 cent Shade on Spring Roller complete It is a dandy and as cheap We know that we will M dirt have to olfer you big inducements to secure your trade and we propose to oifer you everything in our line at from 20 lo 25 per cent lower than ever offered in this market before We mean what we say so call early and get choice of bargains Ever alive to the wants of the people Very Respectfully GEO M W1LLGING b Â¬ Sold a remarkably large num GEORGETOWN ber of his celebrated Deering Organized 1874 All Steel Twine Reapers and Binders and has a supply of the AIX STEEL MOWERS that are going off rapidly and Michigan Centra to Mackinaw Sleepers will be attached to traina in Cincinnati at oto p m Saturday returning leave Ma 9 a m daily except huudav The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets via this route composed of such favorable and well known lines as the Cincinnaii Hamilton DavtonR R and Michigan Central Rymust be a ent to all first class travel No can offer such advantages as to accommo dations and route allow- Toledo and Detroit then V Z THOMSON Secretary journey tj the most lovely resorts oa JAS E CANTRILL President can continent Dr 8 F QAKO Med Director Dk C W HARDIN Gen Agt Pf pertaining to Culls atteutiou to its Lpvel Premium PJau of IuMiraticeaud liberal terms of Island and oilier summer resorts Mackinac r Policy Prompt and Reliable Paid up insurance giveu at the pud ot expec Â¬ via this line write to anv agent tancy of life ihu providing disability clause in old age Policies Incontestable H D R R or to E except for fraud or non payment of premium No restriction aa to rewdeuce il Passenger an travel or occupation Pol idea uon forieilable after turee annual payments 47- - -- oo W sire of Kessimere Hymen 228 trial Portion record 235 and sire of Minneota Record BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY tJhilde Harold two mile record in in England Consuela trial 250V dam of Con- TO naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in fual Voltigeur liial by MjunWllO The Mad UaiCI sire 01 iaay inorn at the drug si re ot Stockton ft 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer Richmond a er of h 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred Commencing JuW 1st there will be es- Testaments The above pedigree shows YZO0 em at superbly bred Harold Belmont Mambii tablished a through line of tirst-ca-Ves no Chief his sire grand sire and great grand sire are each illustrious sire ho are abl Yolindc tibuled Pullman ana Wagner SW Young Portia his dim and grand dam arc illustrious matrons with a pacing thorough Â¬ Cars daily between Cincinnati bred foundation where can you beat it Toledo Detroit Mackinaw Citv anil al out the count v are requested Book now open Address us at Silver Creek Madison county Ky to n principal resorts of the Lpper Peninsula the poor of ot Michigan via the C H D R R 3 q4 2ii4J THROUGH CAR LINE 20 MACKINAC s 1 43- - T S BURNAM CO Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society KENTUCKY 40- - W L CRUTCH ER Mad Nat B 1AM LYMa i Mewlavery and SalsStalsIo -- Assets 85675040 d a new and comi if -- K I lie HORSES HITCHED OR -- FED addle at low THE BOWSERS Mr Bo MISTAKES That Were Mide By the Buenos Ayres Insurgents They Forgot to Tear Tackles a Stove with Dire Results Bowser 1 Boots Shoes -- J DEALERS IN- S - ALWAYS Yes base burner the front P fall Mr put a It at a Â¬ and ball In Thy Hadnt Enough AmmonlUon for the Iudrr taking lp the Railroads - Hats Caps The London Times Buenos Ayres dis patch says that every house was con- during the win- verted into a citadel Tuesday night ter and when The insurgents state that they found spring1 came the ammunition boxes in the Governas stores empty instead of nothing was ment should have been accordingfull the to they Â¬ said about mov ufli ial store bock This thwarted their ing the store It was not in plans and together with their error in the w ay We not tearinjr up the railroad to prevent had no plana to transportation of troops from the making moe it to and interior and in not prisoner the War at Minister of summer when the outset account they say for tho Mmmwet having said came v The ex- val I Felt per- - failure of the popular cause H asperation afranst President elman uld 1 ave that M was my oonstenia- - and his colleagues is said to be intense I be suddenly ob- - It is feared that unless Celman resigus an attempt will be made upon his life oing as we roasted tai I The Bourse has postponed settlements it st aac VVt alsent minded until August J Exchange shops quote ju call my gold at 4S0 Celman appears not I uncertainty of his coal stove to realize the lie has made the state- position of he hall ieea t ment that only such a military mutiny be left there st have thought could show the people how little ho It is rerrf d re as thought of resigning t that the rclcll ous squadron has surren r bat stove is not In tho dcro1 Tbt payment fall hills has been 1 he Minister 01 deferred one month way and it - D t an rye sore War has issued a bulletin pardoning tho stre It mutineers in the ranks and declaring ra of course It tho most foolish tbinjr that 300001 n embers of the National Guard stood ready to defend the counFlow would it look to have tryling vti each side of BAGGING GRAPES our fr thermometer at One must have Aa Easy and Simple Way of Doing It Oulik and Well insistency and tho By the operation of bagging partial hings SS Wtli i yon ar determined to move exemption tro n rot is secure if yon will move it in spite of my pro- - as more or Jos complete exemption tBQSk Sun scalv and from the attacks of birds and Inserts It also protects from i land jiersimmon frost in the lull permitting grapes to hang much loiger on the vines without far of injury than would be possible thing i It is however hey unp Polities if hell an expensive process when done upon a comfortable temperature AN were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all B Welcome HI FILLED m WTH BRIGHT CLOTHII THE FINEST LINE Â¬ 6 EITS FD1HISEII6 HOODS FOR THE Summer Season It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our SUMMER Wo entered the market to ig STOCK nalize the coming season by a stock which in its magnitude should maik an event M We have the history of all openings succeeded beyond our expectations The goods are now in and placed on the shelves We can show you the largest selection of -- GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Better Goods Largest Variety and E Hardware STOYES Tinware and Cutlery I i I Rl DEPARTMENT IS m IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE B1 I Ladies9 Ladies Shoes Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better goods at lower prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the 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 MILLHDFF BOSH PERFECT CO RANGE i- vil In all styles prices and grades ever brought to this market chcajer than were ever known We recommend them to the trade Our line of Latest Styles Youre COME Gentle and SEE US YOU Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a 3 Shoes in all Styles Made especially forus bv Ziegler Bros 2 V c Just as as Snriu WHETHER COME TO LOOK OR BUT KPL0WS PLOWSi We have the GALE is the best plow made also handle the HILLED STEEL PLOW which wt Buy it try it ami you cant deny it We j and e 250 LADIES SSGE COVINGTON i 1 a have added to this line which fori and durability has no equal We have the largest stock of ij VV Main Street MITCHELL IVeaxi Hotel Glyndon Mens from Boys Shoes Big Injun Plow Which is the best Sulky Plow in the market and the MOLLNE TONGDB AND TONGUELE88 CULTIVATORS lr1 it will s ur Ever brought to this city prices ranging 2 to This i the best line vou 7 Give us a call before can uet anywhere hu inj elsewhere and be com inced We also make sjK cial mention of our MENS 3 SHOES Childrens and Infants Shoes in great abundance and your interests will be guarded in buving them from us Our stock of LOWSHOES and SLIPPERS is the prettiest you ever saw If you are not ready to buy call and examine and be An immense satisfied this is the place stock of WORK SHOES BROGANS and PLOW SHOES in fact we have made untiring efforts in every line of our Shoe Department and we think the climax has been capped Our Summer Styles Are Now Heady THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL Is the best made we carry a lare stock of them Your Careful Inspection Is Requested WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF BACK BANDS HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES AND LINES Also full sets ol And everything necessary to hitch up 3 if 0 rillST r Hat Stcck is Complete not POSITION - II KtlltW i i larpe scale and retards the ripening somewhat The time of bagging varies with different persons some applying the bags as soon aa the blossoms fall or cvi n r fore others oven advocating as late as whci the prapes begin to color so as not to retard ripening Tho lat ter time boacver would be too late to prevent rot The lost time is usually as soon as the grapes ure the size of small peas Good manilla hajrs No 1 sizo for Dela- Â¬ are dandies bee what style columnsof New York papers say about them In addition to the above named goods which we havent space to mention only briefly vou can get Laundred Unlaundrtd and Socks Woolen Shirts Collars Curls Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear in profusion Shoe lolish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention We now bid you come and see our attractive goods Attractive prices that tell their own tale of cheapness Attractive bargains bound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all tinj of Stetsons soft Summer styles Knox stiff Hals recently received tht- CROOKE BENNETT S URMSTON Wagon HARNESS WE HANDLE VIL KINDSOF Farming and Garden Implements And the CELEBRATED BUCKEYE REAPERS and MOWERS We keep on hand for inspection a number ui WA the best ROAD CARTS that roll the pikes DRY GOODS AND l MERCHANT TAILORING W NS and The Square Dealing House Q Tin Rooffing a Specialty WALLACE essors to 44- BOGUS Wallace Rice suit you Call and see our Goods and Prices and we will - W iy- C FITZPATRICK CO RADAMS y now -- Main Street Richmond Ky illU MicrobeKillerTHE -- to ra 1 nun posrnox Xos - and 3 for varieties witu lanre clusters are best Sometimes more than one cluster may be put in a single lag when a atlll larger one is ur illustrations Figs 1 ary 2 and with little explanation unmr of applying tlie bags Fi 1 abows tie manner ol slitting the bag rind AT NEWEST HATS OHAOQUAmTZD MUCH VALUABLE I HAVE BESIDES KEGULAH LINES OF ABOVE WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAW INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF 100 Main St Richmond Ky Also a lull line of the purest and freshest 10000 WORTH 1A OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER t he mdQe m trnn Ilarrwoa bo k tlt PRIGS AND CHEMICALS in the Mr li v LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion The Latest Styles in Goods and Make all f -- whir r but be TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES PERFUMERY BRDSRES a mark of aireciatar rieiids in Harris MiMlUMMftAL tuNL 90AP8 Arc GREAT REDUCTION IN SPRING GOODS BRiL Lldiat Dcngoii ruruant to cali the ounty knd Patent Medicines PAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD eve s Shoei- ttmetkmwg nmxeiition court bum am Thursday ih 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 Bur men and women Every pair Brills Brills 225 175 Gents Boys THE CHICAGO Trz grTw ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY Lidiet Dongolj Shoes Miuet Donjol S30O Mlbjoineli Maided too were onaniuioasly adopted Pv the IfcUiocmti the ty in convention asm mid but That we ajprnve the e 1 200 Calf Shoes otmwtMtmm so that U may W drawn closely around tb cane Kijr j shows one side folded OTpr STATIONERY Keliool Hooks competent Pharmacist to compound prescriptions A j Shota Mittet Don 92AO Including main lines branches and extension Eoot and Weet of the MiMBouri River To all points Bast North and Northwoet from Kansas City to Rock Island Davenport Des Moines Chicago and via ALBKRT LEA ROUTE to 8plrit Lake Pipestone Worthinirton Sioux Falls Water town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns and cities it Is tho short direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points convortrmjj ut Kansas City it also constitutes He the allien WJ nlUithc wmuf fnttaarfac and all other paad leVxt and are herilv lyoiatwl jKj mention to be heid atand B operation anti Fi A hole should bo made in completed the lowest part of the ha to allow any water which way ioisihly enter to cape In gathering the grapes arc picked and stored with the hags on care being taken In handling and in a cool place thy may be kept for a long time in perfect condition EVn V gola Shoes z3 EjMMja BBSfflJMiSgefc THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER fV tt guaranteed -- POWERS SOCCB8SOB8 TO KUBAN 30- - C E Smith w J- - The Connecticut Experiment Station rip candidate for OoagTi calls attention to the fact which may - tlie rat are UMtru be interesting to cultivators that grain ary in general needs thicker planting on Palker Pdld poor thin on fertile soil and that the lodging of grain results from the too IlllHllSCl i wai crowded growth w hen the plants shade t om -i a uMixau BW- Miutii other too much become watery li John iing and for this reason a manured piece of Certainly Bring Success land may give a less return than a mora AMI Bl KNAM ELECTED rkM sterile one under certain conditions IVKOFPARTVt n A series of experiments were made by n top trio staior to tletermino the relative other stocks are llicom y rurni the value ol certain dent and flint varieties plete we always keep a lull lioth were pla itcd at different bwl Monday as and of corn na and measured distances in rows four ami complete stock bv buvillg all county toti 71 dent would bear closer the year round new goods being en1 al rica reached dintihl be l the planting and give beavkr returns from received daily Prices on every ser thick panting man the tmt although that Majoi Buna R s ow lo Mii the dent ws taller larger had heavier lie an n access leaves and larger and longer cars The summer juices 00 everything flint y elded the heaviest crop when We can save you money on every pose planted one foot apart in the row while and made ti senu the dent produced the most with two iliing in the line of Paints Oils the wil ot tliin to stalks to a foot This remarkable dif- - Varnishes Braatwe CJlass Wall llldow Shades Picture apers ing forth variety waa ascribed U1K to the continued selection of seed of Frames Mouldings Curtains this particular sub variety of the dent Etc See our 50 an for tua st fifteen year with a special Poles Carpets n of view t rity and it affords cent Shade on Spring Roller comla oinmeudalion of tho practice was It is a dandy and as cheap selection with valuable plete mfl any of cor away fr points in icw This continued repro- Â¬ as dirt We know hat we will rDic againt l I duction of plants from the seed con have to oiler you big inducements tinuously produces varieties but kP this improvement is new to be expected to secure your trade and we pronot potato which is not in in CM to oiler you everything in creased by seed hut only from cuttings pose our line at lroin 20 to 25 per cent of the underground stems a ilinn oror in iliio -- wJ3 M lu Lew Than Six Das The White Star steamship Majestic market before We mean what rior j alien arrival in New York Wednesday the caU t J same tune m tor third of tue ocean racers to make ai Ever alive to journey across the Atlantic from choice of bargains lhinee ane a cup it or hu ojone tho Roaches Point to the Hook in less than g wants of the people nut Her exact time was 5 days Imp six dys During t Very Respectfully low 82 hours and 5k minute i noml on Corn Thick and Thin M EiiTmYP 1 MPOPE po w ELLJ YAZOO RECORD of the speediest most popular and transportation to and from all cities towns and sections in Kansas Col- Â¬ orado and the Indian TerritoryFREE Reclining Chair Cars ootwen Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodi City and Pnllnnw Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson It traverses vast areas of the richest fanning and crazing lands in the oeonomiciil system world forming MACNIF1CENT Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool m summer warmed by steam from the locomotive in winter well ventilated and freo from dust leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily on arrival of trains from the Eaet ana ooutneast witn elegant uay uoicnca Pulimiu Palace 31epers and FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGR to Denver Colorado Snrintrs and Pueblo mLktrur tons onlv at imoortant In tervening stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at convenient stations west of Kansas City and at Joseph furnish delicious meals at seasonable hours and at moderate prices 1 VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE To Manitou 227 BROTHER TO TUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL Madison 1 We offer the services of YAZOO for the season of 890 at Silver Creek County Kentucky at Pikes Peak the Garden of tho Gods Cascade Green Mountain Falls Idaho Springs the mountain parks mining camps and cities sanitary resorts hunting and fishing grounds and scenic attractions of Colorado Its Vestibule Express Trains are equipped with every modern improvement that can add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment They also make close connections at terminal cities in Colorado in Union D poU with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Pacidc Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging lines Union For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copies of the Western Trail Qesuod monthly or further desired information address E ST JOHN General IZanajer w -- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COL- T- i j Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled Mares kept and tried reyularly on grav at ten cents a day grain fed if desired at reasonable rales Will take every care to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible for either CHICAGO II JOHN SEBASTIAN I Sollont YclandO lam of Yuba record IU4K while in foal and Yazoo Li by sire of Nutwood and thirty two marc in 230 list 2nd dam Young Portia dam of Yoltaire record 110 and sire of Itessimere -Hymen 22S trial Portion record 235 and sire of Minnesota Record 22- 3 I hilde Harold two mile record in 5x34 in Kngland Consuela trial 230V dam of Con naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Yoltigeur tiial by IfamtrinO Chief 0re of Lady Thorn 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred The above pedigree shows YaZOO to be superbly bred Harold helmont Mambii no Chief his sire grand sire and threat grand sire are each illustrious sires Yolnnde Young Iortia his dim and grand dam arc illustrious matrons with a pacing thorough Â¬ bred foundation where can you beat it lxok now open Address us at Silver Creek Madison enaoty Ky 1st dam Tazoo is hy Earoll sire of Maud 3 208 and 20 mora 230 jerfermors stands at 330 BRYANT STRATTON Business College BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY THROUGH CAR LINEj jiS Jo MACKINAC 43- - T S BURNAM CO Â¬ - ritTrtt-fx- T ad j MM rare- - sco broaki reoord uicm for best days runs GEO 1L WIUWHMG uN1 i8iu Sold a remarkably large num GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY ber of his celebrated Deering Organized 1874 - - Assets 5675040 All Steel Twine Reapers and Binders and has a supply of Dr EF Dr Lvel the ALL STEEL MOWERS cause raymeat that are going off rapidly menu Â¬ JAS 8 Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society CANTRILL President W Z THOMSON Secretary GANO Med Director J W HARDIN Oea Agt Calls atteution to its Premium Plau of Insurance and liberal terms of Policy Prompt and Reliable Paid up innurance given at t lie end of expec Â¬ tancy of life thus providiuK disability in old age Poiieies Incontestable H V 1 R except for fraud or nou ot premium No restriction as to residence General Pa travel or occupation Policies non forfei table after three annual pay 472O0 W Tlie Maui vr County Bible at the drug store of Stockton Richmond a large number of and Commencing July ist there wilt be ev Testaments They offer them a neljr tabl shed a through line ot fitst cass Ves low p ire a tibued Pullrran ami Wagner Sleeptag who Cars daily between Cincinnati Dayton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and al out the count v that principal resorts of the Cpper Peninsula tne poor ot cinitiea are of Michigan via the C H D R R d and Michigan Centra to Mackinaw W U CRUTCIIER Presk Sleopert will be attached to train40- ing Cincinnati a oio p m baturdav returning iea IYJIAN 9 a m daily ex The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets via this route composed Mew Livexy and Sale Stable of such favorable and well known lint as the Cincinnati Hamilton DatonR R and Michigan Central Rymust be appar- Â¬ ent to all first class travel No other lne can offer such advantages as to accoanmo new and com datons and route allowing stop over at Toledo and Detroit then continuity v iM a trii to the most lovely resorts a can continent Â¬ HORSES HITCHED OR FED R - to anv or to E j -addle lined at low