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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i - rrfrrpfo ntp3l J yi J VJL VsW V j e - 4JV3-Iv5J-rrW4J- ll i - 1 VOLUME ATIOHNEY8 IV f I -a i 1I8 TWO TRAMPS Dynamite Fiends Attempt to Blow Up a Train Discovered by the Nomads Who Signal an Approaching Express and Save Many IIves t I J A EOT r saientS Jl I djgffiai 4 y-jry l r v ljT 9 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 13 1890 JUST FOR FUN A Girl Throws Arsenic In the Coffee rot Two Victims Dead and a Third Beyond NUMBER MARK ERADICATES BLOOD POI SOvAN BLOOD TAINT A E T BURNAM T TOR A E1S A T L A 11 - HUMPHREYS Wt BIG BACK PAY A Fortune In a Pension For an Old Kansas Soldier The Story of His Army Career and tUo Strange Oversight Which Made Him Wealthy Thomas F Williams of Atchison County Kas has just received notice from Washing ton that a treasury draft payable to his order 36503 for will be forwarded to him in a few days the same being in accordance with a private bill recently passed by Congress in his behalf Williams was a second Lieutenant in a Kansas cavalry reg ment and was wounded at the battle of Wilsons Creek Being no longer fit for duty he was in 1803 discharged from service but by some oversight he wa not mustered out and that formality did not take place until about a year ago lie applied for back pay for the timo beÂ¬ tween the date of his last pay and the date he was mustered out nearly thirty years and there being no law to cover his case a special act was passed in his behalf The story seems incredible but Williams is a reputable man and good citizens who know him vouch for his integrity Williams is already on the pension roll at 72 a month on ac- Â¬ count of his wound FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS nrst session I THE COMMONWEALTH - Richmond s i Kextickv Burnamu Building M j2 Da HrHiHBTTS Sracincs are Kientlncally and carefully prepared prescriptions used for many yaara In private practice with succeseand for over thirty years uatI by the people Every single Spc ctoc u a special cure for tae disease named Thtae Specifics cure without drugging porg sne or reducing the system and are In fact and deed the sovereign remrdirsnlthcWorld a SULLIVAN A TTORNE 11 1 A T LA IV RlvllMONP Kirst Kkntlxky at Ros ust or raiscir Congestion lunnramatlon 1 Wgrat a Frren Worm Fever Worm Colic 3 rryiaa CUcorTeetiing of Infants of Children or Adulu ltroncnius ttlfBB colliToothache Faceache Nraralala Sick Headache Vertigo Headaches Bilious Stomach Dyspepsia tiapyreaacd or Painful Periods too Prof nse Periods DyseulcrT Griping Cholera Morbus Biuous Colic Vomiting unly Slitt lultf RHiiiB a formerly aa 16- Miller TTORNEV Ruimosn A A - T LAW Kenticky Cough Difficult Breathing Erysipelas Eruptions Khcurontle Pains 1M ever and A aue Chills Malaria 17 riles Blind or meedlng 19 a ar rh Infl ucnra Cold In the Head Whoopinc IOOBh Vli lein toliclis 24 iirarral Itehil t v 1hysical Weakness Crone n Halt Rheum 15 thesntUm Whites DENTAL BUBGERY A WILKES SMITH DENTAL S VUG EON Kentucky Richmond nH Office M K J 27 Kidney Discnse 1 2 Nervoos Debility 3u I rinary Wrnknesa Welting Bed 3 Uiyascsof ihcUeartIalpluition J Sold hy Druggists or sent postpaid on receipt of price Da Hmrmurrs JliSTAU Hi psgra richly lvund In cloth and gold mailed free Y HamphreysMcdictneColFulionStN SPECIFI CS ALL RECORDS BROKEN With the change of time taking effect Recovery Mary Metzdorf has confessed to hav Â¬ ing poisoned Miss Louise Broadwators her little brother James and her moth- Â¬ er Catherine at Baltimore She said she put arosenic in the coffee pot with that intention but did it just for fun Though not quite 17 years old she bears herself like a hardened criminal Miss BroadwaterB died almost immediately after drinking of the coffee and James her brother expired shortly after Mrs Motzdorf the third vic- Â¬ tim is still in a critical condition She was slightly improved Saturday but tho death of the boy caused a relapse Tho coroners jury came to the conclusion that the girl was guilty though accord ing to Maryland law her confession can not bo accepted as evidence the Court of Appeals having recently decidod that a confession to a police officer by a pris- Â¬ oner while confined is presumably ob- Â¬ tained by other than fair means and is therefore not valid Aside from this howover the evidence against her is conclusive aad conviction almost cer- Â¬ ld j tain ROBBED THE MALL Arrest of a AYapon Drlver at Memphis and the DUcovcry of Stolen Articles In Ills House Sam Knight the driver of a mail wagon was arrested at Memphis Sun- Â¬ day morning for robbing the Fnitod States mails Knight has been in tho employ of Contractor Wilson of tho mail service for fivo months his duty being to drive to the trains that ar- Â¬ rived during the night and convey tho mail to tho post office Since ho took charge various packages of value that had been entrusted to the mail began to miss their destination and an investigation showed the blame to be located in Memphis Inspector V D Pell of the Postal Service with the as Â¬ sistance of Postmaster Patterson began working on tho case last week and after a thorough investigation settled the crime of stealing from the mails on Sam Knight and ho was accordingly ar A search of his residence dis- Â¬ rested closed various articles of merchandise that had been missing from the mails hid In a closet the evidenco against him thus being complete Â¬ C MOBGAND D S KENTUCKY 3- May 18 RICHMOND ofTlce 1S90 The Solid Vestibule Trains - Maiu Street over Madisou National AN AWFUL AFFAIR KLBY W BURUIN DENTIST KiciiMoNn tr Big Four Route Kentucky 4- Pal cc Dry Goods Store on formerly occupied by Dr Ks- - Will be scheduled so as to provide the best and quickest service ever oflered between the I CREED D D S KRKS 7X4 KENTUCKY V 1 NORTH SOUTH EAST 47- WEST Limitel ciu- iiruiumi tu office at Kin ne I Dm nrofeswon residence Everything - PHYSICIANS K Ts SoiMern IM POYMTZ - Richmond UnV Ill JSICIAN AND SURGEON - The finest train in America equipped with an Elegant Dining car Service runs daily between Kentucky St 3- Louis Cincinnati VXD Second Street next to Wliiles Drug - New York VIA THE Boston EVANS M IX PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOY Rkhmond OaVe - - - Kkntkky toli kkUtelU Second HirneL JR T J TAYLOR Practitioner Medicine In SJ and Surgery Richmond stoie ifflce - - Kenticky 3- Landing passengers at Grand Central Station in the heart of New York Citv from which point street cars and elevated rail roads can betaken to any part of the city No change of cars to Boston The South western Limited makes direct connection in lnion Depots with through trains from all western and southern cities Â¬ Second reet over Dykes Grocery - Absolutely no Ferry Transfer The most complete Vestibuled Trains on Hie American Continent run daily between K POSTER PH JSICIAN A KD 5 1 RGE ON R JOHN Richmond - Kentucky CINCINNATI o- CHICAGO Ofllre Main Siin i next door to Duxona say alalia mlili nil al cor Main and Tiites leek Avi nue TICKETS -- Ask for via BIG FOUR ROUTE the- D B MARTIN Genl Patbcnaer Agent T6EXSMITH White Hall lic - M D riirsiCIAN AND SURGEON oilers his K profcMihMMl Kentucky Mm pub- Oscak G Mirray Traffic Manager CINCINNATI OHIO 51- mt vires to MADISON s If LETCHER PIIYSICIAX AND SURGEON Kenticky Richmond iirflce Kmitli MariMNaj Malu YV -- Monumental Works RICHMOND KY lr BRIGHT A - M I PUrSlCtAh SH rlH Richmond nine laSiniili KD SURGEON Kenticky - of Hie liuniaii Iswly ivimj iMl ntiinlioi niieil cimiiiiia loin Riiihlinu on Main Sticel and ol tissues and tliiios The First Execution hy Klectriclty YTaa Not a Success Kenimler Was llurued to Death The trial of a new means for taking human life at Auburn N Y Wednes- Â¬ day morning while prompted by hu- Â¬ mane motives has resulted in a sicken ening spectacle presented by a pinioned wretch at whose vital center was kept pounding for some moments an alterna Â¬ ting current of electricity which though it ultimately destroyed his life subject Â¬ ed the criminal to a torture of which no living being has knowledge and which none can describe Imperfect registry of pressure tho or currents elec- Â¬ faulty of contact the trodes prevented instantaneous death The lay man may gain somo conception of the process of this killing when the statement is made that a person whose body should bo shaken into fragments could not hae suffered such pain as did Wm Kcmmlor whose nervo cells and tissues were disintegrated not in a flash as designed but by the relatively slow strokes of tho electric hammers upÂ¬ on them Whether the blood yet retains itsavoraaal consistency oc whether it is partially or wholly lluidized by divorce of oxygen from the blood corpuscles can only be determined by the autopsy which was about to commenced Kemmlers nerve was something won- Â¬ derful He never faltered Ho directed the adjustment of hitisclf in tho chair and counseled the warden to modera- Â¬ tion to secure perfect safety The shock was given at 0433- - and was continued about eighteen seconds Two minutes after tho current was cut off there was evidence of respiration As soon as possi Â¬ ble the current was returned then cutoff again and again respiration was evident after a few minutes Saliva came from the mouth the chest heavedthero was a wheezing in the throat Tho shock was again put to the prisoner who the doc- Â¬ tors remarked was unconscious from the moment of the first shock After a short time smoke appeared at the back The flesh was burning Tho spectacle was most trying The man tho doctors said suffered no pain howover Tba warden says the voltage at first shock was at 1S00 voltz which run down to a point not named After tho third contact of four minutes tho man was de clared dead The wardens certificate of death was signed by all present and tho party broke up at 70 to moot at 815 when the body would be ready for the autopy When the mask was taken off Kemmlers face his eyes were found half open and his expression whilo not normal or placid was not horrifying to sec 1 The Lake Shore limited while run- ning near Miles Grove west of Erio Pa came nigh being wrecked by two dynamite fiends at an early hour Friday morning The limited i3 tho fastest train on the Lake Shore and when it left Erie every sleeper was filled to its utmost capacity and but for tho bravery and humanity of two tramps all would havo been hurled to death down a steep declivity into Walnut creek Tho two nomads referred to while walking west on the lookout for a freight saw two well dressed men ahead acting sus- Â¬ Keeping in the dark thoy piciously saw the men take a package from a wrapper and with the assistance of a dark lantern place it under tbo rail Realizing that some devilish design was about to be perpetrated the tramps waited until the other couple had hid Â¬ den in a field near by and then creep Â¬ ing to the track found a large cartridge placed so that the flango of the car wheel would hit the cap of the explo- Â¬ to back Hurrying sive tho depot they gave the alarm and one of them took the danger and signal lamp rushing down the track swung the limited to a stand- Â¬ still The train stopped a search was made for tho cartridge and the fiends The death dealing instrument was found but the latter had disappeared The trainmen emptied their pockets into tho hands of the tramps and the con- Â¬ ductor took their names The terrible fate in store for the passengers and so providentially averted was kept from tho passengers until the morning BIG FISH IN WEST VIRGINIA Cats Which Weigh Three Hundred and Ten Founds A Hoys flattie With Tike Fish Al Lonmis a fisherman of Parkers- Â¬ burg W Va came up with tho biggest cargo of catfish seen thero for many years Six of them woighod 310 pounds The largest a monster of over six feet in length weighed over eighty pounds They were of tho mud cat variety The biggest piku fish caught this season was killed by a lioy 13 or 14 years old a few days ago near Walker The boy was chopping wood on the bank of Stillwoll crock a tributary of tho Little Kanawha near a low swale along its banks The rain had swollen the creek until it overflowed the banks and filled the swalo Two immense pike fish had occupiod the swalo during the overflow and were caught as the water fell Tho boy heard them in their endeavor to get out through a narrow and shallow spot and ran down with an axe A fight followed in which the lad came off victorious killing both the fish with his axe The largest one weighed thirty six pounds and the other thirty four pounds They wore monsters and the largest seen this season Six Â¬ AN ENGLISH ELECTRICIAN BOLTON C HomeopithicPlysician Richmond JU nc Surgeon KtM UCKY Â¬ Kimii to disease cnll climnic eases of women mnl all diffi Part ten la Irealed al a dis tance and Hincopnhsc medicines aeul to 4 Offiee over D M Bright V Hours Special attention M UH p in - Jnre Every -- V IICIawsm any J nddi- A Doxs Worx Six miles northwest of Anna 111 a farmer named Castle His wifo and three daughters were returning homo in a wagon drawn by mules Just as they reached homo a dog ran into the road and the mules ran away and overturned the wagon upon the occupants The daughters were killed the wife fatally hurt and the man so badly injured that he will be a cripple for life liS JENNINGS Physician cV GIBSON and Surgeons - Character 1 Richmond in Keniicky slrcst over Aallacc A Ulces 51 iU and grade of Monumental Work from the smallest stone to the most - re J E AULTZ Pit VSI CI A V Richmond -- COLO A ND S I RGE ON - mi Kenticky Burnam A 1S- - mm STATUARY Hatfields Murderer Osts Ten Tears Mike Lee who was found guilty of murder in the second degree in Logan County W Va for the murder of Jerry Hatfield one of the notorious Hatfield gang of that county has been sentenced to ten years in tho penitentiary The trial of Jas Brewer in the same county for the murder of his cousin Ike result- Â¬ ed in a hung jury OB MOST ELABORATE Offlc ault Main street Building--u- stair R J M BLACK AND Our prices compete with city houses Designs furnished on appMcation bers of tho South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club to donate the property at the famous South Fork dam at Johns- Â¬ town Fa to the Pittsburgh Fresh Air 3 Fund Association Want Oicar Neebe Pardoned A committee of 100 Chicago citizens It has about been decided by the mem Fresh Ar Hot Fish Â¬ Who Doesnt Believe In Electrocution for Reasons He States Mr Proece chief electrician of the London post office in an interview re- Â¬ called his denunciation of electricity as a moans of execution before the British Association in 1889 his oxperienco proving the difficulty and uncertainty of killing even a rabbit with the most powerful induction coil ever made Ask Â¬ ed whether the most powerful Leyden battery would be effective to kill ho said he did not think it would Tho American plan was as good as any that could bo desired the alternating current system Insuring a largo quantity of elec- Â¬ tricity together with great intensity The great difficulty lay in tho absence of accurate knowledge as to what amount of electricity would be certain Withstood a Two Thousand Volt Shock to produce death without torture From a scientific point of view the Kcmmlor William Ross an employe of the Beyond doubt United States Electric Light Company execution was a failure he suffered intense torture at Washington D C while changing carbons in one of the city electric lights A Destructive Storm Friday night received a shock of two A destructive rain and wind storm thousand volts Ho was rendered in- Â¬ passed over the section of country about sensible but soon recovered although eight miles north of Hot Springs Ark the flesh of tho right hand where tho Several houses and barns were blown current entered and on his left hand down and fencing and fields of growing where it passed off was badly burned corn laid low A large barn on the Kol Ho said that for four or five seconds be- Â¬ lar farm was wrecked by the storm and fore he became insensible he suffered several men were buried beneath the great pain ruins but none were killed though Original Fackags BUI Signed badly injured The full extent of dam Tho President has signed the original ago done has not yet been reported package bill subjecting all liquors imDebt of Qratltu to to Newspapers ported into any State to the laws of that Acting District Attorney Bedford of State whether prohibition local option New York said Thursday that whilo tax or license Thus is sealed tho doom tho publication of tho details of tho of the old wild cat saloons that sprang Kemmler execution was against tho up in many localities after the recent law ho thought the public owe a debt Supreme Court decision in many cases of gratitude to the press for detailing doing business in competition with sa- Â¬ the horrors of the new mode of execu- loons that had paid heavy tax or license I would not think of prosecuting tion Wholesale Poisoning any newspaper but will do so if a tost At Baltimore Mary Mitzdorff a is desired case -year-old girl was arrested on the charge of poisoning hor step mother Property Great Sale of Tin Mitzdorff Miss Louisa Broad The sale of the San Jacinto tin prop-Â¬ Mrs Kate her brother James wator and erty in San Bernardino County Cal Arsenic was used in coffee Mitzdorff and Miss was completed by tho first payment of Broadwater is dead James Mitzdorff is 350000 cash through the Bank of Calinot expected to recover Mrs Mitzdorff fornia and tho deed was delivered to tho is out of danger the San Jacinto Estato Com- Â¬ purchaser pany of England Tho property con Deadly Epidemic of Dysentery aista of nearly fifty thousand acres It has been ascertained at Clinton la south of Riverside in San Bernardino that tho disease reported at Preston la as cholera is in reality a malignant County form of dysentery About eighteen Centenarian Triplets Living have occurred in the past twenty There is a colored woman in II in ton deaths odd days Direct communication one hundred miles from Charleston W Preston is cut off and people are withÂ¬ retiVa up on New river who is said to preepidemic is understood to sent a remarkable case being one of cent but the be abating centenarian triplets all living She They Al Like Pelllgrmi were born with a sister and brother The Governors of all the Provinces of December 10 1789 The womans name is Keziah Amos and makes a living Buenos Ayres have sent telegrams to bending over the wash tub She is hale Dr Pelligrini congratulating him upon his accession to the Presidency Gold and hearty and doesnt show her age is quoted at 150 per cent premium m Â¬ Â¬ sixteenÂ¬ Â¬ m PltrSIClAN 25- SURGON Imported Native Marble Oklahoma Does Democratic - Hkd House Ky HAS HOOEER VETERINARY SURGEON GRADUATE O Vf VET COLLEGE Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a ally lingham building Itirlimond OKKICK and GRANITE always on hand and sec me I- - A D FLORA Proprietor has been organized to work for the par- Â¬ don of Oscar Neebe who is serving a fifteen years sentence for participation in the Haymarket riot m Mora Deaths From Cholera One hundred and thirty five deaths Next drto Climax Kv office Dil- Â¬ 6- - CityLotsforSale 11 from cholera occurred in Mecca Wednes- Â¬ day Tho first election ever held in Oklahoma Territory went off quietly Wednes- Â¬ day and no trouble is reported from any part of the Territory In Oklahoma County 3500 votes were cast Both par- Â¬ ties fought hard for the supremacy The Territory has gone Democratic by a In a later dispatch tho small majority Republicans claim the victory Â¬ A R Court Martlal Disapproved Of General Alger Commander-in-chie- f of the G A R has disapproved of the verdict of tho court martial in tho case of Captain Gray Commander of the De- Â¬ partment of Mississippi O Â¬ dent latt Friday to the lock of the Sault Ptc llooiuville Marie csnal The resolution offered on Salur Ar r oitniNO to the statement Issued by day Inst by Mr Plumb as to the reinterment of Superintendent Porter of tho Census Swifts Specific SS S lvfral bottles of my sstem t contagious enli tly cleansed Ihe remains of General Grant In tho Arlington blood poison tvpe National Cemetery was at the susrsrestlon of bureau the indebtedness of Kentucky Wm a Loomis Shxeveport La Bonded 80394 floating Mr Plumb allowed to remain on the table lo it as follows de-Â¬ be called up at some other time The tariff bill 17004i5 71 assets MsRVTlM was taken up the pesdlng question belns on crease of net assets IMalSMlM Mr Vests amendment to the ehlnaware para CJHKS SCROFULA EVEN boys aged six and eight Two graph reducing the duly on decorated war to IN 3 VORST FORMS sons of Claude Monjar a cooper in tho 50 per cent ad valorem and on plnln undec orated ware to 40 per rem instead of 5 and 53 employ of Curleys distillery at Camp as recommended by the Finance Committee Nelson were playing on the wooden 1 Bin and eeansed my nd Instead of CO and 55 In the House bill The svstcm it by tiking seven bridge that spans the Kentucky river amendment was then voted on and was reject bottles of S e t had any symp when tho eldor found a hole In the sido C W terns since i edyeas 10 nays 25 Spartanburg S C Hocsa Mr Morgan Miss rising to a ques big enough to fall through seventy five tion of privilege sent to the Clerks desk and feet to the river The younger boy was had read an article in a Southern newpaper the terrllled witness to the awful drop of HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF to the effect that in order to curry favor with CASES Or SKIN CANCER the Farmers Alliance he had had his lieonso as his brother and earriel M sstrwi to bis The shock prostrated her and a lawyer annulled He denounced the state mother on Haasl avi Skin Diseases mailed Treatise ment as a falsehood and a campaign lie The her life Is despaired of Soon strong tree Swift brtciric Col Atlanta Ua Home then went into committee of the whole and two men were dragging the Mr Payson 111 In the chair on the general deflceney appropriation I ill Before it was re- hours later at 5 oclock in the afternoon tho body was found ported back the House adjourned WAsnisoTOK Aug 5 SrNATE Tho Senate intro- Â¬ Reimieki ntativk GoonxicitT met at 10 a m and Immediately proceeded to duced in the nouso a bill to remote the the consideration of the tariff bill the pending item being Paragraph 107 page 1H cylinder charge of desertion from tho military and crown glass polished After debate the record of J P Mclntlre of Greenville Tll e V glass schedule was finished The marble and RonKltT Xei son son of Captain D G s stone schedule was taken up and finished Para Nelson a prominent citizen of Hanson graph IS putting a duty ol I j cents per ton on Hopkins County was found dead tho Iron ore was discussed at some length Mr Morgan moved to insert after the words other day shot in the bowels it is sup Â¬ ore iron the containing posed accidentally Evidently he was words more than one tenth of one per cent oof standing in a door and struck the ham aa k NMLReJaMTca phosphorus and phosphoric acid Without mer against the door step Ho was voting on the motion the Senate adjourned nocsa A pending motion to reconsider the alone and the shot gun was found near vote against granting leave of absence to clerks him In first and second class post oBlces was laid The Democrats of Hart County havo on the table A substitute was reported for Cummlngs resolution asking the Secretary of re elected to the office of County Clerk the Navy fcr Informaton about the Increase of 1 M Brents who has held the position force at the Kiltery Navy rard in Malno After for twenty eight years a lively debate the substitute was adopted The The recent heavy rains havo greatly deficiency biil was considered until adjournimproved the corn crop In this State ment Washinotow Aug Skh ate After some which will average fairly with last year Hemp which Is an important routine business of little importance the Sen ate proceeded to the consideration of the tariff production is doing well and the crop the pending question being on Mr Morgans will be good Tobacco is doing badly amendment to paragraph 127 page U in regard It to Iron ore Mr Morgan withdrew his amend- and tho crop givos poor promise will scarcely lie one half usual average DEALER IN ment in orccr to allow Mr Gorman to effer one and Mr Gorman thereupon moved to amend by Pasturage throughout Central Kentucky reducing the duty on Iron ore from seventy five Is very flno probably it has never been to fifty cents per ton Mr Plumb moved to Potatoes arc below tho aver Watches Clocks Jewelry Hilver ami amend the amendment by making the rate equaled Hay and clover are yielding abovo sixty cents per ton Mr Gorman accepted the ago Platetl ware etc Hpeeial amendment The amendment was rejected Tho weather is season- Â¬ the average yeas at navs Messrs Dawes Ingalls Padable and with tho exceptions noted the dock and Plumb voted yea with the Democrats attention given to Blue Grass section has never had better and Mr Payre was paired with a Democrat Mr Barbour The rest of paragraph 27 was promise for tbe agriculturist agreed to as reported hy the Finance CommitAirTilltGiiossa Louisville paper banktee Mr Vance moved to reduce the duty on er despondent from drink and loss of pig Iron paragraph 1281 from three terths of a work killed himself cent per pound to five dollars a ton Without LoREXzo Ezei was shot by a police- Â¬ disposing of the amendment the Senate ad journed man at Henderson whilo tho former AND OTHER PXECKHS STOXFK Horsa Mr Reed presented the conference w as resisting arrest report on tho original paclc bill The re I Middletox one of tho wealth Â¬ Jas port leaves the bill exactly as It passed the Senate and Is dissented from by Mr Oates ef iest and best citizens of Harlan who Alabama one of th conferees After debate left home for Harlan Court house to tes the eorfereooe report was adopted yeas liu tify against Wm Jennings was assas Â¬ nays 9a The House then went Into commltuc sinated before reaching bis destination Promptly tlniic ami in a workmanlike or the whole Mr Part of Illinois In th manner la Lexington Will Richards and Will chalr on the general Deilclency bill Withoit disposing of th- - lull the committee rose and the Jackson wont after Tom Irvlno with House adjourned Richards is dead Jackson bad pistols WASnisifiTON Aug 7 Skis ate The Senate ly wounded and Irvine unhurt but un- Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver10 a m met at and a call showed that there were only thirty two Senators eleven less than der arrest a quorum In attendance Owen Coixty Is making a trial of the ajaJT Dont forget the place next diHir After a short waiting a quorum was obtained and the journal of system of county cotnmlssionors to do Hie Pojd ifhce Rieliuoud Ky yesterdays proceedings was read by the Secre- the work usually dono by the Majority to tary After some preliminary morning business It chose tho the tariff bill was taken up the pending ques Court or Court of Claims first set of commissioners at tho recent tion letng on Mr Vances amendment to reduce the duty on pig iron paragraph lis page election Ell from 3 10 of a cent per pound to J5 per ton The only one of the numerous lady Amendment rejected The next paragraph taxes bar iron round lion flats and square candidates for School Superintendent Iron from eght tenths of a cent to one cent per who is reported as having succeeded in pound according to classification Amendment being elected was the Republican nomCHICKEN rejected The next paragraph irtm taxes round inee in Fleming County Miss Mollio Iron In coils or rods of certain shapes and sizes I 10 cent per pound with a proviso that all Howe James P Giles an ex deputy mar- Â¬ charcoal Iron Bhall be subject to a duty of not less than K2 per ton Amendment to reduce shal has captured the men who the Iho tarsaaa rates rejected other evening assassinated James T Hocse A resolut on was adopted calling on the Postmaster General for copies othe agree Middloton near Harlan Court house ments of transportation of mails between the Giles was with Middloton when mur- United States and foregn countries the condilered MUldleton was one of the tions upon which the awards nre made and the wealthiest men in that section and tiles rates of payment of the sen ice The House says he was killed on account of an old then went into committee of the whole Mr Payson I1L in the chnlr on the general defi- quarrel over lamK and not because he ciency bill The bill having been disposed of was a witness in the trial of Will Jen- Â¬ the committee rose All the amendments were nings The names of the captured tmn agreed to save one granting an extra months are Wm MeOraw Bssea Scott Jas salary to Senate and House employes and then Howard Granville Feo and Wilson the bill went over until to morrow On motion of Mr Bunnell Minn Scott a bill was passed applying the Inter State comnerce law to uninA ihan 11 railroad from the tittle corporated express aaaapanlea Washington Aug 8 Senate Mr Call town of Big Cifiy to the Crayson County aspbaltum bed has set that place on offered a resolution which sua agreed to instructing the Committee on Foreign Rehvtions a boom to Inquire and report such measures as may be At Stanford Bill Teeters ordered necessary for the protection of citizens of the Marshal Nowland to release his prison of dollars worth of United States who were formerly residents of er Jim Buster and to enforce tho ordef chickens die every year from CholCuba anil subjects of Spain against prosecution shot Nowland through the lung by the Spanish Government for offenses alera It is more fatal to chickens than leged to hare been committed by them Mr Iynibs court is awaiting tho result of all other diseases combined But the Plumbs concurrent resolution on General the wound discovery of a remedy tha Grants remains was agreed to The conference Health OKFirrrt Gait of Ltwatarilta cures it has been made and to be conreport on the fortifications hill was agreed to Further conference on irrigation items in sun the other day said be feared that requires a typhoid fever might become epidemic m vinced of its efficacy only dry civil bill was ordered Tariff was then dis cussed until adjournment city He is urging special efforts trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for that Hocse The House resumed consideration of to kocp tho city clean and advises that It is guar one hundred chickens the general denciency bill the pending quesanteed If after using two thirds of all drinking water lie boiled tion being on tho amendment granting a a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly At Moorefleld six miles from Carlisle monhs extra pay to employes of the House and Senate The amendment was lost yeas Henry French shot and killed Sam satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken 78 nays 104 Mr Vaux Pa moved to recomPeck both colored French is still at Cholera return it to the undersigned mit the bill with Instructions to the Commit and your monev will be refunded tee on Appropriations to report it bck with the large At Bluo Lick Springs Dan Kennedy clause appropriating IJOnO for deficiencies in expenses of U S Marshals elimthe fees and fatally rut Arch Hughes over a keg of inated Lost and the bill was then passed beer they had drank A resolution from the Committee on Rules to A iieiik and tile company has been bring Senate amendments to th Indian appropriation bill before the House tor consideration organized at Owensboro with capital was discussed until adjonmmi nt stock of 50010 r5 Washington Aug 9 Senate Mr Hoar now at Caldw eii Covnty is again hopeful of offered a resolution which was referred Intended to shorten debate on the tariff and other the speedy development of its iron oro measures The tariff debate was considered beds FutE at Lexington destroyed A iwa Til td until 3pm when the Senate adjoamrd the Wmm MMHatfal ratol tuftd IUIt qMaVit liiaai aad A bis pwuce will pr HOfSE A joint resolution was passed acDaily 1ress office and several other forms of PRIVATE Cum all imd SXXUAI DIS Â¬ cepting from the G A R a statue or General buildings Loss about 35000 CHRONIC Grant The conference report on the Indian EASES Mii s Tixv Kixeks a patient in the appropriation bill was considered and the Sen Spermatorrhea and Impotency e ratei la ate amendments non concurred in and the insane asylum at Hopkinsville hanged M th nawalt f aeif abaMa la jut awnal H nttMr trer nan or SwTi-- emamm aa l House adjourned post in hor cell herself to a mmi rftctml lowitf rtfcart rfcT- Daw MM df Ut BHfcntT SMarT aWtaafMlL Wilson Reynolds a brakeman about MM n alUrnntat4Ma Kavv A rawM a SseiAT News Items C tii ha MeM Um af Hi Pwr lie ruali ra eighteen years old was killed by an aad yii B ar wm Nay liipwi Secretary rnr Commissioner of Tensions has ap-TVAsmNCTow Aug unof potntoi rrs S II Breedcn and W O offered a resolution calling on the Pecretary f arloy Isloll Examining Surgeons at War for information on the snhiect of the acci- tMiicnjpuL IT BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shot test and Quickest Route from Centh tra Kentucky to All P Â¬ East West and South FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington H BOUND Kx mi Cincinnati 11th IVJ4I iittii Srhrilnlr id Kffert May Daily r3 p in Lve linen Kalm I III 111 Lve Air IiIII- Arr lve ovltsgton till Â¬ Lw Ian W rr ri i i s rier Arr Arr a A D RUFF 4f lve Kictituoiid Arr Ratcsv Arr Living sol NORTH Lve Arr Lve Arr Lve Arr Arr Lve T TiClvi7v BotNl Kxsuu No Ially Livingston I Â¬ J KiiIiiimiikI Kii lin Winn I IS lvc A IT IexnP r I Arr le lllit MAV sVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Â¬ WATCHMAKERJEWELER lex Arr M Parts SnlTH Lve rr I BiiLXD r lllclllli V FKTTINQ DIAMONDS No 11 it llll slop- -No Ruiisilaily from iinll a I Â¬ cinniiii N- Â¬ REPAIRING 1 Paris in No a l envfs c iiii n r p Kal mouth 7 - ws Kil No 7 CinruiUHt 7V a m No 7 s an will ilepot lietwcen John Y 111 ves July 1 t Â¬ betw- Nam J TRAIN S Lexlngi N v M V Â¬ Â¬ aad ma ler for points on the V IMPORTAN rlvc al 1111 Paaengcr Throav - stn ion Â¬ Â¬ 1 ANTEE Cholera Cure Â¬ 1 s or fu assist of W III HII 11 I M I s 11 rk ninmom w i Ueueral I Note that we now h iniiili iiinl Lrxingtuu hee art PaTTIITfAtl ani lnllliUIl aad arlrr nooalts rverv aitlr stamped an battens sk hit nnmr rnil Â¬ Â¬ liNnlb laBSSSSS- S1 Â¬ Thousands dfll - W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN Grain Fine f Â¬ STOCKTON BROOKS IQjo for rmlmed w All mal- Laced Wntrrrwf r shown than by the stmna laoursa nseataof lu thousand of eoaataat wean rs aad l S alne HsnJ rwe an tad aaac sn dress Shf whlati ci O 00 Hell A aae calf saod SA OO lland ewed style and darahaHy aaruualled for tassasM swam h SO SO sn e at anr Welt price popular O hrsrerlaily aBBa Boliiemiin all aad inlv Â¬ DR RIO Fornrul7f KM Vib to rrcvu ni UKpahfw lilin the at an- Ask 352 SHOES va thai m aa tu Omgres asea farmers etc Button and Lace rrTTlVTU aauii a - lafdIs a nanajK ravnTUlIT dlrrct to factory W tout Dernier ami If ickuij prtct t hr cannot a rooty SaM o avdrtiaed pries L DOIULAS Brcaa Â¬ Sold by Jack Freernon Â¬ bd The Lodge Election Bill Cant Stand Clvlltxatloa For Sale or Rent I have a few lols on Fifth Street to sell or rent privately ttie ready for Mle These lots are lienii fully located on high ami gently rdi lariie wo alorv inc ground and nie considered by ev- Â¬ ery IhmIv n being the best localcd ol city for sliuel on a riknI corner lot in Eli any in thewlio wish recidencepnice houses in build Persons lon Ky kikhhii as il Hoeim I will do well to examine these lot K H COLYKK w ill only idttce a few on the market at present I have a plot of the ground at Dr Poy u zs office T S BRONSTON 1 A mob of soldiers combined with tho lire STORE HOUSE peasantry and destroyed tho railroad to Lutai China on the pretense that the road caused the recent floods in tho Pei ho river The OoTernmeat remained passive making no effort to slop tho work of destruction a Steamer old named Eliza Cole disappeared oT the steamer Hawk at Parkersburg V Va Wednesday night about 8 oclock It is believed tho child fell overboard and mas drown- Â¬ ed ChUd Lost From A little girl 8 years so amended as to make it a Supervisor bill pure and simple and to rid it of all those objectionable features that prompted its opponents to call it a force bill The Senate Committee on Elections has favorably reported the Lodge bill iner JESSE COBB steamer arriving at London from Auckland Thursday brought a cargo consisting of 40000 sheep and 2000 beeves all dressed and frozen This is the largest cargo of dressed meat that has ever been brought to England A Coffin Makers Combine Imnran Shipload of Meat 7- present of a new Enfield rifle from the British Government as a sample of the style of arms now in use in the BritMinnesota Crops Damaged A severe hail storm in Minnesota deish service It is the latest magazine stroyed standing grain and all crops pattern JO caliber and weighs about causing great loss ten pounds A school census of Chicago just comThreatened With Distress pleted makes the population The people of Oklahoma are threaten- This is about 100000 more than 1208669 the Feded with distress on account of failure of eral census crops from drought The President lias Sechetahy Wimiom has appointed sent a message to Congress recommendRobert M Nixon of Newcastle Ind to ing measures of relief the vacant Deputy Ccmptrollership of Fame in Spain the Currency The spread of cholera in the south of The Western National Bank of New Spain has caused a panic among tho in- York has brought suit against E Lj A general exodus has begun habitants Harpers assignee for SOOOOO on notes to the north of Spain and to France secured by collateral la tho form of four hundred shares of Fidelity stock William Starts For Heligoland Emperor William bade Queen Victoria The State National Bank of Wellington Kas has closed its doors Tho farewell Friday evening and departed liabilities are about 100000 lor Heligoland amid cheers and salutes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Proctor has received a overhead J A G WILLIAMSON CITY ENCJINKKK Civil Engineer and Surveyor Prof J M Hirsch of Chicago claims to have dicovcieJ a process by which he can extract aluminum from common clay at a cost of tifteen contsper pound First Bale South Carolina Cotton of the new crop of South Carolina cotton was received at Charles Â¬ ton S C on the 7th from Barnwell County Aluminum From Comnnn Clay ioo pounds fine action and a model jSOffice City Hall Richmond Kv ark Diamond ut taddle hore 1 dam by 1 uttle hoi sr he by Ektiii Eric Bell sire of dam of Gci irgctte and art 2 3s Seco d dam Lucy by Youn for Ray Crockett 31 I dam by Cannon Whip 4th dam bv Trat lcr All care will lx taken to prevent acci- dents or c capes t ut will not be responsi Tw ntv five siaresof MadUon Nation uld any oc cur Lien resercd on al Bank Stock foi ale Apply to the colt for the t ei vice fee W L CRLTCHER Agt a- CULYEB 4 CO I CUAE1 TurnSurvey made for Railway pikes Roadway Estimate Kiveii Ac Fine Saddle Saliion willl make the Farm drain ge Town Lote bud off oti of 1800 at the Fair Grouiuf GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Richmond Ky at Line retraced SjHtial attention given COLT to lopoyrniliieul in ii and plata of SiS 10 INSURE orrecpond und oilier lauds farm eiiee Rolicied with parties interested JESSE COBB is i5ii hands hiirh in niivev of lands in mountain coun- Â¬ chestnut coo ears old weighs close to ties f Kentucky i The first bale i A Juvenile Robber and Murderer Will Johnson a negro boy robbod two houses in Opelika Ala and Thursday killed P J Moore a merchant of Gold Hill who was trying to arrest hiin Threats of lynching are made - 2il4 Bank Stock -- Sals Esms Od Story Mrs Boersna of Chicago attempted to light her firo with kerosene The can exploded burning her and her litto girl 6 months old Both died in five hours Â¬ ing out a well Kilted b7 Fonl AT Joseph M Kinnoy of Ravenswood W Va was killed hy foul air whilo clean Â¬ Tho National Casket Company a com- Â¬ A Monster Hydrangea bination of coffin manufacturers has Geo D Gibbons of Zanesville O been incorporated in New York with a capital of 3000000 to take advantage reports having a hydrangea in bloom of improved methods of manufacture that measures fifty feet in circumference and nine and a half feet in height and to make production cheaper John Boyle ORsUly Dead Lottery Stock Depreciated poet and It is reported that tho stock of the of John Boylo ORoilly died Sundayeditor tho Boston Pilot it i3 Lottery Company has depro Louisiana ciated from 4200 to 500 a share on ac- Â¬ supposod from an ovordoso of chloral taken for insomnia y count of the agitation by the League and the position taken by Cog Cholera Raging the National Administration An epidemic of hog cholera prevails in Springfield Township Clark Coun- Â¬ Cholera Bulletin five deaths ty O a territory wherein fanners lost One hundred and seventy Â¬ were reported in Mecca Thursday Chol- Â¬ many hogs last year by the same dis era is raging at Jeddah The number ease of deaths average one hundred daily A Russian Prlncs Killed death from cholera has occurred in Mad Â¬ Soron persons won killed by tho rid bursting of tho stearn pipe on tho Rus- Â¬ Tehcsma the other day sian First Tuna Sines th War Ham- Â¬ Among tho victims was Prince Khilkoff For the first time since the war ilton County Tenn in which is the city A Baron K lied of Chattanooga went Democratic ow-Â¬ Baron Leon of Vienna has been kill- Â¬ ing to the new registration law and the ed by falling over a precipice in tha Australian system of ballot Alps Anti-Lotterman-of-w- bridge between Johnsons Junction and Nepton on tho Maysvillo branch of tho Kentucky Central and was found doad on top of the car at Nep- Â¬ ton IErtrirs Aiiy died at Paducah from the effects of a bee sting The new postmaster at I oulsville has reappointed Mr E E Tuley as assistant postmaster Mr Tuley has been em- Â¬ ployed In tbe post office almost continu- Â¬ ously since 1855 and has been assistant postmaster since 1m4 except during the last year of the Cleveland administra- Â¬ tion The Commiaslonerof Pensions has ap pointed Dr S S Swati o a pension ex- Â¬ amining rurgeon at Rock House and I W J Whitleck at Mumfordville In Boone Cinirty a goat mad from hy- Â¬ drophobia began an attack on other an itnais in the same pasture In its course it attacked a mule and was kicked to death Â¬ -- ill aa Mam n Strtrtara OreaUtis Hrraim tar a avu ftka arm ufawT pnw H iaaii qaatalT c aVrWlU attawnrwas K k Mlf cvkitat that a rw aWaa arte a a a aartria oUm f dHaaarv aaH trniiuc iaWsawl ani- -- iil aaa lri cr ai aft PaTaieteaa I W karavt ar nt j H raroaaaaea4 act ana to aa ear M Ml l anM Tint ta- - ritv for irratm at TwiW iac aad aaralT by atail ar Mprw anTlirr 5CtT Z2P GLEET iafct Gonorrhea ia MACKINAC Summer Tours Low Tear Trips per Weak Betwean Cbarfaa raa Of 100 iMfss - Cnret Guaranteed In all Case undertakeneasarpy ar h httr trr irvitl tiultAti Ma i aMifl aaal iarriaauaaaaca atnclr ouaiaaaita- - Palace Steamcis DETROIT Ota IpTiNe- Rates nt l shwiild MUakauatraat A PRIVATE COUNSELOR Sw Unftjr any M iliTS wisi w1a all war a Hsilja l t r md hr v MACKINAC DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Special Smidny Trips drrrnr July and Aataee aHjyfan Jpjrn HarriaTiiio Oaocda 8 ami Wtach Port Jlurca St Clair Oakiand Houaa Karlama dty ry Waak Day fittintB C - ISLAND rr OUn Bat at aad Excursion Tinlcita wtu by yoarBexei Aasac in arti vm awsltTOQata Owe Paw ArT E Co Dstrsit Ctoiisiol Stam CaTIOIT Ml ILLUSTRATED psM a Mnflai F C T WELLS B CARK Crap Shooter KlUsd At Banjror Ala forty miles abovo Sarin Altheaa Coats Sarah Althea Terry will havo to pay Birmingham Sheriff A II Morris of Blount and posse made a raid upon a 520o7 the costs of her lato suit to re-Â¬ den of nejjro crap shooters when a des cover a portion of the Sharon estate psrato flgrht ensued A nepro named This will strip her of part of the proper- Â¬ ty left by Judge Terry and will proba- Â¬ lira Thomas was killed and several oth ers slightly wounded The sheriff ro- - i bly discourage licr from appealing to the Supremo Court eived a flesh wound C T WELLS GO The Onlv Coal Yard ia Tuwo Ouly a sltiare from the Court- - Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 YU dont have to aeud away out lo tbe depot Goad 53S Baking Important Notice Powder in 18b7 1888 I - Deliwei wyPiRofTawL Drbis due McKke ATkaynor for the acrrlesw of Mallious serving m ires 1SM Soft Coal and Anthracite Nat and Lump Coal -11 ABSOLUTELY PURE paid to Owen Kehee All marea Now open a lumber j McKce A Tray nor farmed in rian ehurch having colls living at weaning time next to Second 1 Lowest will be paid for hy Owen McKee Quickest delivery in low prices Tr ril 14 10D owner of Ibe c B- 41- 3 T SHELLS CO OWEN WtkEE anil 1890 nitist lie aSSH THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON - - Editor BY IMIIl EKltV VEKMSMY The Climax Printing Wm G PIU4 Vcd- - Whit Cm vs S k Co Powell KAC fl50 3 fast Hirv man m Kentucky siii--a majority a ry the Mr F 1 was unani tli Iis- - lialility he will llst bare II DeBMCM tllUS 1 taily is tully n the irty iu- - Ktllin ji IMI rl LoNbMooK - r fur would n and has - ganizati n of a new party hut none as yet wholly Heparated from their old obliIn hi far as they have given ut- Â¬ gations terance to their political views they attri baae the dentaaaBd condition af the fann ing industry unjust laws which they allege dificriminahs in favor of class legislation including trusts and combines and tl ey Iiojk- to have all class legislation repealed Bach is the cry that BoaMa principally froai the West From the Siuth iadorssd by the West their de mands have taken shajie in the so called ab treasary hill introduced to the Bear a lteniiM rit and to the by Mr Pickler of Dakota a Republican 15ythishillit is are aarchoasiiig aj aleai hi each where fanners may lodge their wheat ttoa and tobacco for which ermnent shall advance eighty jer cent of the value of the product in nego tiable certificates and hold the ITOpeity until a rise in pricei cnahlcs the farmer to redeem it by parment of the amount received together with interest at one nt and insurance charges Noth- u dime with the bill nor is it likely that anything will Ik done Many other demand have lx cn made soaae of which are practical enough and others oerimcntal But the fact remains fanners movement for a redress if grievances is taking ahape and it leringsoch strength that it has to iite a a ftrco in j ditic that may bold the balance of power in ss and may prove of immen- ice to cither party to which it may ulti- incline Â¬ Â¬ t- Â¬ Â¬ sith Â¬ AVliat rvpro- - PEXSIOXS AU THE TWO TKIBIXES Tins- - ii thunder i rariir he iniiui- k that THE TAIL IXVESTISAT1UX 1 iilji W P I r report to rt Had Ttt UhAih in HKK HIM stive hiliil in it is the nl of Iiis party ti - their- - MKin- - Irini- i Mi Kinlc tin- Maim- e iiu di- - ly it n hat llan-- McklNLKi S UAH IILL MclibjHMir - in the iliat in- - lill rich it f ir ha the But attention lias the furtlier ly I iT the I a hruold anil - duty on caMoi the I ii lower ith its rytbinjE bul 8 promptly Hiiliielit We ilu met ilier tin dot is also ini - Ullilel resent tarirl potior tbe chief bawdeas t le place Opon the jHir the and the hlinil it eople bb iiu- it will lie male to iiinlly if they propose to iala in ia- - ti ae arboae 11 iay higher as their oneie tifyinji to note that struck off the no less iiiijMr- jt which exempted probably for the reason that manufacturers will jimltahly Bead a jriNcl itasy of them in keeping account of ly else w ill want any e will show a to figure with ai dead lose for them THE FAKMERS WANT nal TO KMiW taiit implement VHV Fanner Alliance at the Patrons of Hus Â¬ bandry ami their i ipiin to their cur- reiit ratiasatei not less than thr e million coaatitate the unknown ijuan- ral xil They Beiaaaaaai tlist tlx Eartnera of all the Isasral IsjjsJatiao and that vhile laws liave been and are still being atcl for iit rit and others re and labafL aw m Thev are s why The extent rising and the rapidity with v naaaberaf than sssscJatioaB gnm es an r has iu reisel leave I ties n daaari bj tba iafiwhulhai al af a faa ltHoraaa ir- Se ah At uliuua alliances form a mast in crystalixa nim toward i Sixth In the election of Directors each stockholder shall be entitled to cast one vote for every share of stock owned bv him and no person shall be deemed elected until he has received a number of vote DIED Both the method and resttlLi when representing a majority of all the stock Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Any vote may be cast by the stockholder Infant daughter of J H Nell aged and refreshing to the ttste vud sets in person or by proxy expressed in writed Mr Powderlv warns the Knights of near one year died yesterday of bronchiing fently yet promptly on the Kidney and Bowels cleanses th BY Labor against the infamous force bill and tis and will In- buried in Richmond cem Seventh The highest amount of liabiliAwake Nights to Devise Means tern effectually dispels colas hcad ty or indebtedness to them to vote against every man etery to day which the corporaaches aud fevers aid cures babitar 1 tion shall Ixj subjected at any in favor of it The wife of William East died near ln one ti nc to Attract Trade The constipation Syrup of Fig3 is thr shall not exceed two thirds of its The warehouse of K R Sparks Nicho ion City in Madison county on Sunday capital lasville burned Wednesday night con- August 3rd 1800 The remains were laid only remedy of its kind ever pro stock Managers of the I taining loo loan of hemp Eighth The private property of the l00 away in the Parks burying ground near duccd pleasing to he tnstc as ae it ceptahle to the ilociinfili prompt Fully insured Waco on Tuesday its action and truly beneficial in itr stockholders shall be exempt from liabili- Â¬ died at La effects prepared only from the mct ty for the corporate debts rgetown is to have standard time Mrs Mattie Henderson Ninth The Directors may enact such It will go into effect Thursday morning Grange on Wednesday August 0th 1800 healthy and agrceal ie sahsi by laws as they may deem necessary and oclock at which time the town aged about 80 years she was the wife many excellent qaal it set back ll minutes dock will Timo of Rev J A Henderson recently pastor to all and have made it tha ruor may alter amend and repeal the same at pleasure subject to the limitations lierc In the Superior Court of California of the Methodist churches Richmond popular remedy known inalter expressed They shall enact byThe remains were Syntp of Res is for ntlo Judge Shatter has rendered the decision and Providence and 81 Wtles by all leading drug laws prescribing how the corporation that the so called marriage contract of boned at Georgetown Any rciiaMe druggist who may purclase or acquire real estate and Mrs sarah Althca Terry is a forgery Mrs M Formaa died in Rich gists that she had never been married to Sha- Â¬ mood Ky on Thursday August 7th may not have k on hand will prtv how the same may be sold or otherwise cure it promptly f r any ones disposed of and they shall also enact byicnce of the re Â¬ ron and had no chum on his estate what1890 after a brief illness of hciitorhagical wishes to try Do not accept any laws prescribing the general duties of the lent i eiision act may be inferred from the ever fever She went South soon after the substitute several officers and providing for the that for tin- quarter ending with At a special term of the circuit court close of her school in June but recently of the Washington management and conduct of the hmintil June CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Miss Bailie Keid got a verdict returned and no doubt contracted the fa of the corpoiation SAM FRANCISCO CAL ity P ncreased X per cent and against Irinkley A Catron at Somerset tal disease while absent The President mav Have Decided to The funeral AC fl 10UISVIUE KY however at any time call a meeting of the iys that the ii for injuries suntaiiied by the turning took place from the Find Presbyterian stockholders anil upon application to him ar for the month of July is propor- over their omnibus and J F Barker one church Friday and her burial in the in writing signed by ten stockholders the than for the preceding tionate gainst the CS R R for dam cemetery The deceased was the wife of President shall call a meeting of the This enormous growth is due ages by the loss of his store house and Rev E Formaa and was a noted teacher months stockholders and at such special meetin entirely to the mat matter sent out by Stock when the Somerset detMjt burned Richmond and Mt Sterling were her reSk or at any regular meeting of stockholders to pensionera and those There is too much killing in Ken- cent fields of work She studied in Euthe stockholders may repeal the by laws ire entitled to pen ions urging them Human life is cheaper than beef rope and devoted her life to educating the tucky Awake Studying How to enacted by the Director and adopt others to niaie applications under the disability It was a trying ordeal to come Is there no remedy for the young or Hirk Has returned from the Cities in lieu thereof and the by laws so adopt nt stamps to a sinLr crying disgrace which murderers are upon a man who had the same week giv- high as ed by the stockholders shall control the wilh the daily heaping upon proud old Kentuckys en up all his property to satisfy the de Directors and corporation until the next Some of the agents in one transaction Dr Forman has the mands of creditors Are we to be regarded as a reputation regular annual meeting unless sooner re send their printed circular under a l cetit sympathy of the entire community people who turn our attention to homipealed or amended by the stockholders is stain hut the more clever ones use the cide or to the peaceful pursuits of Mrs Mamie Wvxls died in Richmond life IFINE8T LINE like manner in which they were adopted envelope and a cent stamp know BY PUTTING THE KNIFE Danrillt Adtxcatt Ky on Sunday August 10th lSH aged t under the great pressure of husi- In the stockholders meeting herein pro21 years took place from The funeral INTO The contract has been signed traaafer-vided for each stockholder shall be en atter has preference over residence of her grandmother Mrs In addition to the cir- - fering all the stock property and good the titled to cast in person or by proxy in tber classes R X White on Tuesday and the rent who publishes a will of the Boston company to the South writing one vote for each share of stock cnlar letter mains were followed to the cemetery by Boston Iron Works of Middlesboro weekly paper henowned by him and no by laws shall be eiit out in one week Deceased a great aamber of people considered adopted until until it receives a 000000 copies of his paper containing This concern has been making the heavv ordnance for the government and will was the wife of Mr Clarence E Wools number of votes representing a majority appeals for applications under the associate editor of the Register and a So that every article sold would A clerk in the Pension new law of the stock Mice move their plant and machinery to that daughter of the late Judge W OL Miller Tenth The corporation shall be pos lority for the statement that the city The building they will occupy will be an advertisement lor It was a sad death and came so unex Â¬ sessed of all powers and privileges conprincipal claim agent in this city has a be MfJ by 1400 feet and L000 men will AND pectedly uku her wide circle of relatheir house ith the office which yields him be employed ferred upon like corporations by General tives anil friends The center of a hap Beaator McCreery who left an estate income of from 1700 to ir 700 in Statutes and all privileges and powers py home with all that education refineIt is mainly due to these claim raised at Sioojkki willed only sooo to usual or incident to the business herein Society and family could give and AND COME SEE FOR Hawes and adds ii It is less ment ranting of additional pen- contemplated sing a gentle and considerate I have given to others and so 1 in s pushed with so much vigor each than Eleventh The corporation shall comIf he shall adopt any serious disposition that won for her the admiraE long aa the law per-- tended it year mence business on July 19th 1890 and YOURSELF tion of all with whom she came in conaa to charge liberal fees employment it is enough if he shall fail continue foi twenty five years thereafter tact her loss is the more keenly felt Â¬ do hi it founda for ai ting as attorneys this pressure w ill to Swansea It TWOS J SMITH Prest tion spoa which industry may niir a The Climax extends its profoundest doubt ess continue WM BENNETT sympathy RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD pension legislation is not the re- raperstraetare or idleness amy destroy J STONE WALKER TINWARE sult of a spontaneous outburst of gratitude it Directors Huns This Judge Charles E Kincaid is at home 30 or SB yean after the war but is mainly We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward the claim agents STATIONERY This is a fine after a pleasant visit to friends at Louis- Â¬ for any case of Catarrh that cannot be o an almisxsion for the Tribune to ville fowling Green and other plates is sort by taking Halls Catarrh Cure ifter all the yelling and shouting it the State We are pleased to note a de-Â¬ cured NOTIONS ETC Co Props Toledo O F J Cheney - efforts to in the Judges promote peaaioa cided improvement We the undersigned have known F J health since We last saw him The good station XatUmal DcmocrtU fresh country air is a great invigorator Cheney for the last 15 years and believe ARE him perfectly honorable in all business A few pieces of 10 cent Challies SELF IMP0SEH LKA0EKS OF A iHEAT and the Judge is appropriating all of it left at fi cents a yard transactions and financially able to carry r that he can His friends lielieve he will lAKTY any obligation made by their firm entirely regain his strength Danville out West Truax Wholesale Druggists AlrH iili The rejKirt of the majority of the First door above Farmers Dank Toledo O Liaestoao Street 0pp C 0 Depot The case of the Commonwealth against Daaw committee on privileges and Walding Kinman Marvin Wholeelections upon the contested ch ction Richarl ientry charged w ith the killWITH THEIR SPLENDID LINE OF LEXINGTON KY sale Druggists Toledo O was called at 10 of Clayton vs Urcckinridge is ing of John Sandiier case Hall Catarrh Cure is taken internally oclock Friday morning Juilge Walker shamefully malignant anil unjust toacting directly upon the blood and mucous in the chair In the altsence of iniort ward Ihe sitting memltcr The commiWew Building and Furniture uit witness s lor the prosecution they surfaces of the system Price 75c per botttees roper task was to ascertain wheth 8 11 Well Lighted and Ventilated er Mr Irecfcinridgc the Representative could not proceed Gantry wasadmit tle Sold by all Druggist of the second district of Arkansas was til to ban of 10000 to appear on the Tobacco Market or not This duty it has neg- first day of the coming Garrard Circuit Louisville lected to jierform having chosen rather Court which convenes on the third By Ulover A Durrett Louisville Tobacco GOOD BAR ATTACHED NEW BUGGIES Ware Ilouse nergies in assailing Mr Moiii lay in August artth atrocious charges Miss Klia Kwing living near Rainlww Sales on our market for the week just NEW PHOTONS M ijtort of which it is unable to pro Mo years old is now 7 feet 7 inches closed amount to 3552 hhds with receipts RATES S2 and 250 per Day duce scintilla of evidence Mr neek Ugh weighs 5 jxninds wears a No IS for the same period of J 705 hhds Sales NEW CARRIAGES 49 4 inridg in the House as an in shoe which of course she has to have on our market since January 1st amount SELECTED STOCK telligent upright honorable and indus- made to order and her shoemaker has to 93342 hhds Sales of th crop of 18S9 NEW SURRIES LOW PRICES trious Bksnaber entitled him to fairer to order a BBSeJsJ last The girls par on our market to this date 51681 hhds HEAVY WEIGHT 1 luring NSW SULKIES i nt his third term he ents are about the usual sire the father While prices on our market this week SQUARE DEALING was a meiulier of the ways and means sraag pasald a little taller than the have been lull- - sustained for the choice eonim ttee and when he offered I grades of tobacco 3 et in the main the marsrerasja man L Breckinridge Cabell formerly of Are the Corner Stones upon which 0111 My vehicles are all new and of the a resident of daily increasing business is being buill for reflection in the tall of 1888 he was The Middleslioro News says The ket has not shown such activity and firm Virginia but who has been very lalaat paltaraa The ar for ale know i hole country not two tremendous lurnaces of the Watts ness as it did last week and while w e do New York feventeen years and has an The same material of which the Corner on ihe bmsI reaMiiiabh- lerraa If you with Capitalists Stones are laid shall be used in the con- want a vehicle come ami se me arid as a sen of jen John Breckinridge a Steel and Iron Company which will cost not find it necessary to change quotations extensive acquaintance TIMISICK will SELL OR EXCHANGE you wont g home withaol sas struction of our business castle throughof the nt United 400000 are rapidly nearing comit is proper to state tnat prices are nearer MINERAL AM AGRICI LTl RAL LANDS 6- out to the topmost tier JOHN DONELSON AM DEVELOPED INDUSTRIES hut as a man who had i pletion und now the same company has inside figures Therefore we solicit a continuance 0 Â¬ Will aUo Organize Undeveloped Propstinction by valuable service put another tremendous spoke in Mid The following quotations fairly reprein th est Asa prominent dlesboros wheel of prosperity and hap- Â¬ sent our market for burley tobacco crop rieties into Corporations and float the the liberal patronage we have received at securities the hands of the people of Richmond and Frankie Cleveland Barber Shop oformer be bad however inenr piness On yesterday they signed the of 18S9 Skilled labor furnished industrial enter- vicinity Promising that no pains will be rad tie enmity of the tariff lords and contract with J P Withrow Co of Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 250 prises JOfi EAST MAIN STREET spared to keep up the standard of our when it was found that his majority Pittsburgh for the erection of a tremen to 400 Room 30 320 RR0ADWAY NEW YORK stock and to all all orders at the very over John M Clayton Republican was dous oien hearth liasic steel plant the Colory Trash 400 to 900 We aJsat LOWEST PRICES consistent with such and ih have opened a BfStpatron t uop rmined at mn OSntrast price 000 This will Common Lugs not colory 450 to 600 iro io have Ihe For goods we are the public servants Claytou should his seat a be one of the largst and most complete genlleaicB ladia aud children Soo to 1400 Colory Lugs gnaraniee lirei ciasa work New an without of the kind in this eonntrv and oi the Common Leaf fSoo to 10 00 eiegum lurmture ciean throughout ton could I have a lot of No iiipioynient to an army of men I Southdown Medium to Good Leaf 1100 to 17 00 and sharp razors ether Clayton wat a politician This plant will convert into steel the Bucks for sale Good to Fine Fillers 17 00 to 2500 M G MOOlE kind that was kept in office in Ar- - output from the coke furnaces 43- 6- J CAR MICHAEL Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 3300 JOHN r WAGERS Â¬ The Xew York Tribune evidently thinks that the Republican party can get ny further help from the A K A l The organ of the pah by a claim agent in this city has isd the change and reads the riot act ate and ally The claim agents Trimne announces le New York Tribune has gone over Democratic party ban joined tin ranks of the soldier haters aud notifies it thai it may call all the halts it wants to hut t1 c campaign of the claim agents in pursuit of the service pension and a few pension schemes will be until victory and r w ard the claim agents We have iht about this We said at the time the Tribune Moped that the eojle ad followed that pajicr while it town the Treasury irjdus would pay no atten aily announced that the or a halt We a that all the arguments and o ijurgations usvl by the Tribune in supj rt of the lately jiassed pension bill in support of the hill or the hill to rcjM al nitatioiis on arrearages or any other sil erne that the pension attorneys may tide to press upon long Tlu Tribune continues to apeak of pen rs and applicants for pensions in the manner arhich in other papers it treated - evidence of a mean and As recently as liable disposition July 5 it permitted its Washington cor Â¬ ny that Persons who are or think they are entitled to til disability act are not allowing the glass to grow under Is that a respectful way of men who have Is that the le Tribune would have spoken two or three months ago Had any IVmo- spoken thus flippantly last year would the Tribune have failed to cite it as evidence of disloyalty New York Tribune also allows its Washington correspondent to say l this the claii Ktent of the increase in 1 kansas during the reconstruction period by federal troops and was therefore just the kind of man to serve Speaker Reels purpose Infortunately for him how- Â¬ ever and for Mr Rreckinridge he had been engaged in some ol the butcheries of that eriod tioing to and fro to drum up evidence of Democratic fraud he attracted the attention ol a son of one of his victims who killed him by night with a shot fired through a window Such is the explanation of his taking off that is Kst supjxirted by evidence though the committee affects to discredit it There was no evidence whatever to connect Mr Rreckinridge with the tragedy Sfobody that knows him could le licve that he had anything to do with it The committee does not daratoaaasrt that he had but with gross and brutal insinuations seeks lo prauVaeethe im oa that he is hi fact responsible for Claytons assassination The committee can not show that Mr Rreckin ridge did not get a majority of votes what it should haveaet itself to work to do but it seeks by means of aeraaaajP to make abuse and misrepresentation out a case for unseating him And un seated Mr Breckinridge undoubtedly will Ik- - on the strength of this precious report as boob as npcairr Reed can The proceeding iaa count theqaoram The Repreextraordinary one sentatives elected by the people are to be denied admission to the Capitol and only such legislators are to be recognized a the Republican leaders at Washing ton choose to recognize The practical working of the force bill in the count ry is no doubt foreshadowed by this work- Â¬ ing of the Seed machine at the national The stream can not rise alove capjfil A nicastm its source to secure fair elections inspired by such men as Quay Reed Sherman and Hoar can not be ex pected to lie honestly and impartially ad- Â¬ Rut apart from the out ministered rageous partisanry of the force bill what a debased political conscience this un scrupulous unseating of Democratic members indicates What main mm What narrowness of view What reck It can not te aappoaed that lessness such leaden represent the Republican party The Republican party is at heart honest fair and patriotic ami can not approve these high handed proceedings It wishes a government of equal laws under the constitution not apolitical bedlam presided over by a act of greedy buffoons In this fact hea the hope of the country The masses of the he publican party must ultimately see where its self imposed leaders are taking it When they do they may be dependÂ¬ ed upon to hurl them from the positions they are abusing and consign them to their proper oliscurity - HaHiunnr Sua Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS Corn was vastly improved by rams ol last week The prices of all kinds of grain have materially advanced in the Chicago mar- Â¬ kets the past few days John Tipton administrator of P Shearer reitorts good sale Cows sold at 130 to 40 Com 85 cents to 110 pet barrel George Pngh ltought of A R Bowling Bon the lambs from MO aheap imMirted by them last fall at T jer 100 poands Â¬ STOCZ MASZET EEPOET By GREENE A EMHiY Live Stock Comrnlwiion Merchants at Cluolo nati Union Stock Yards and Covington the Stock Yards LIVE Articles of -- Incorporation Cincinnati Ohio Aug it Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 1890 OF THE- - OLIVER PLOWS L 1 SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra 4 ioa 3 75 Si 4 25 4 RICHMOND ICE CO Be it known that the undersigned and their successors and associates do by these presents form a corporation under the provisions of chapter 56 General Statutes of Kentucky and for that purpose adopt the following Articles of Incorporation The name of the corporation First The 6hall be The Richmond Ice Co principal place of transacting business shall be Richmond Madison Co Kentucky but the corporation may have other offices for the transaction of business as its bylaws may provide The general nature of the Second business proposed to be transacted is the purchase erection and leasing of ice manufactories the manufacture of ice and the purchase and sale thereof as owner age nl or merchant also the erection and opera tionofcold storage and general storage ware rooms also the purchase and lease of lands for same uses Third The amount of capital stock au- Â¬ thorized is thirty thousand dollars which shall be paid in installments as called fcr by the Directors The stock shall be di vided into shares of one hundred dollars each Certificates of capital stock shall be issued and signed by the President or Vice President acting as President and attested by the Secretary or Treasurer un- Â¬ der the corporate seal Fourth The corporation shall have a seal with its name and iuch other words and devices thereon as the President may determine which seal shall be in the cus Â¬ tody of such officer and shall be affixed to such papers and documents as the by laws may prescribe Fifth The affairs of the corporation shall be conducted by a President Vice President and Board of Directors al of whom shall be stockholders At their first meeting the stock holders shall elect five Directors who shall serve until the second Tuesday in April 18910c until their successors are elected Their regular annual election of Directors shall take place on the second Tuesday in April 1S91 and yearly thereafter at such place as may be fixed by the by laws At their first meeting the Directors shall designate one of their number to ae as President and one to act as ie President and may elect a Secretary and Treasurer or other officers necessary for the conduct of business The duties of the several officers shall be prescribed by the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vv 2 3 25 3 501 3 75 3 50 3 25 2 ooOf 2 50 da Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers to Extra Cows pork and other farm products in order to Good to Good Cows Fair farmers against a competition Common Cows protect the that does not exist as a pyramid ol fraud Rough Cows and Oxen and humbug BULLS 1 N lrewitt shipped Saturday from Best Shipping Rowland one car of 1100 lb cattle that he Best Bologna bought in Jarrard anil Lincoln counties Fair Bologna at i L 00 and a car load of hogs that cost Fair to Good Feeders He also Iwiuglit 70 hogs StSc in Common and Thin Senator est describes the proposed In- Â¬ crease of duties on wheat oats corn beef A totcn Timet BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 3 62 I ATKK i 3 3 5o3i 3 3 506 3 3 15ft 2 75 3 S 2 J I 75 60 60 00 s jeai 2 75 00 I 00 Fei- IEBBDsbW 9SmS I7asisrTSrtjsnBBB r joia r 1 oo- 2 I 1 651 dyi 251H - 7J 1 1 v 7 Lincoln Daamae dansoat - FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS Claude Mondjar of Jessamine county fell through Hickman bridge a distance ofm70 feet and was killed The first patent was granted by the government July SI ITaU In the 100 yean since then 433433 have been grant Â¬ Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers 3 2 3 oo 2 55 Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers 1 751 in thickness and measuring in width from COWS AND CALVES two to four inches The top of the thistle 30 0OQ35 00 was surmounted with a duster of burrH Best Grades IS 00125 00 Fair to Good The Common immediately below the bloom 10 oo 15 00 bloom also differed materially in appear Host Veal Calves 5 25111 5 50 3 75 3 o ance from that ordinarily seen trj- - Fair to Good 2 502 3 50 Common and Heavy HOGS Wood A Prewitt Ixmglit last Thursday Henry Trayler Select Butchers from James Bwope and 3 951 4 00 yit 3 95 3 hundred from Fair to Good Packers -- 20 fat hogs at Solo ier w 3 bo Good to Extra Lights 3 I car load cattle averaging IOoO John Hill 2 75C Light Pigs 3 25 lbs at fJBJfi from R W Iliggs 28 fat SPRING LAMBS 1 N Prewitt liought of John bogs at 7 oo3 7 25 Hail of Lincoln county 41 lamlis averag Extra ing 7 His at 4 cents from Thompson of Rockcastle 43 wethers averaging 106 lbs at 3 cents same party sold to Hudson fok oaweasas Walker of Urn aster 131 ewes at fj4J0 JAMES K MCKEAKY isii candidHto for per Bead 7 bucks at HO icr head 140 re election lo Congress from the Eighth Dis ewes at 4 per head Lancaster Ueemd trict of Kentucky subject to the action of 50- John Hill sold to W H Prewitt a lot of the Democratic party 7 W A Cash sold to ient ewes at KOR CIRCUIT COVRT CLKKK ry Ints of Boyle a pair of B j poweli of gpsadwall ki mastt muleaforf275 Briscoe and McBoberta have bought in the last few days ISO ewes date for Circuit Court cieik of ktadiasa county Mihjecl to the action of the Dwao and wethers at 4 Johnson of Boyle eraUo part bought of West End parties 83 head of 1550 poOnd cattle at 4 to 4 cents W H Murphy bought of Pulaski county parties a bunch of heifers 2J cents John Anderson sold to Jas T Hackleya com bined mare for 190 sad a pair of young 2Iat mules for 2 40 A C Robinson sold to K W Lee of Danville a car load of 1000 ponnd cattle at 4 cents and a half car load at 415 Copelaad and More V Sr land passed through town Saturday with 2400 sheep which they had driven all the way from Tennessee J M Hill de iVieTv s livered to Adam Pence Saturday 80 hogs Brthat averaged a little over 00 pounds at 4 eta They w ere engaged some time agi Daariffe Arweate Iewis snivieit brought to the Times of fice a field thistle the stick of which was perfectly fiat sboat one fourth of an inch sj S8k1AU I BLrLssssT BaBHssESHvi ii sJ i 8P -- r-on Â¬ announcements SHACKELFORD DEALEKS IN ALL KINEW OK GENTRY Fumisig Goods TOOLS AND MATERIAL Â¬ Hardware Tinware Wooflenware AND WAGON House Â¬ BLACKSMITHS MAKERS Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds Â¬ atBsSwH 9 IT IS NECESSARY In J STRING Streng is busy this week These Days for Â¬ - by laws MERCHANTS oxe Kivjoyr TO LIE MARKING RACKET DOWN Â¬ PRICES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lss - 1 HAS NOT HAD TIME TO GET THEM ALL MARKED YET Â¬ Â¬ it SHE Â¬ Â¬ Look Out for His Prices Â¬ Â¬ G0R1VILEY OUST LYING -- Â¬ Â¬ IN THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK Â¬ Â¬ ATTRACT TRADE Â¬ 0Ft In the meantime give him a call and see the wonderful Â¬ Â¬ -- Saddlery THE v PROFITS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MARK - DOWN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Mm Horse Outfits Â¬ IN EVERYTHING iu Â¬ Dry Goods Clotf in g BOOTS AND SHOES HATS Etc W C Gormlcy Co til UiulGAN PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor IN THE LEAD Â¬ Â¬ M J HILL Manr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GROCERIES And Queeasware H 1 Centrally Located CARRIAGES J STRENG CO IfclCJHIVIOrV D COIL AND LUMBER INSURANCE BURNAM HUME Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE THE undersigned have formed a partner to sell all kinds of Coal and Lumber at the lowest market price and re Â¬ The Oldest and Strongest Aaericaa spectfully request a liberal patronage from Companies the public The yards are located on Orchard Street and aKo on Third Street NORTH AMERICA uhere we will build a warehouse upon the completion of the new railroad to this SLRRW FIELD place T S BRONSTON I- - M M HARDER I i Â¬ - PENNSYLVANIA J J BRO D X Â¬ NIAGAIU GERMANIA MERCIIA -- Â¬ BROOKS CHENAULT Â¬ Â¬ Real Estate Brokers Richmond Rkntdckt ty ROCK BOTTOM RATES IST Dont lorjret our office is st the Farmers National Bauk BURNAM fc HUME Â¬ I South Downs Sale JHJSHagan - I Large lists of City and Country Prop lroerty ft ld and bought ri icited W Office in John ullee Branch office Brooks Drug Store anl I Barns Couiitij lg property specialties BAH Bhhbsmv THE CLIMAX Wtdaaaday - - Avgut 111890 Kee notice Fire Last Xight A fire broke out in the gas works at 30 last night Miller BogarU at Bonanza Mills with the mill Irosr had ft Official Yete Eg af Madison County- - tr5558s 5 H Nicholasville Fair to day Sheep Wagers WMt under wntnl by the arrival ot the Considerable damage by John F Bats eu- f The thirty third session Of fhh noted We bear that there is an extraordinary school for young ladies and gnl trll C of increase of Norway rats in some portluua open on A cool van struck this locatit McLeans Strengthening Eye Slave 25 of the county destroying corn chickens day sight anoqjca Hlasof For instruction in English Latin il- - uuuhuhku 8puf jouds cents a box 113 to offer of turkeys etc den C M Cifty wys use S French and Germtn Terras and in calls your attention traps cats haw ks owl and black snakes S RELIGIOUST Watches Clocks and Jewelry will be aoouiguoTAVAV clieap other particulars will be made r SS85SCiS Some of the remedies suggested seem promptly repaired by Mrs Anna Armer A full corps of competent tachers n s known in person or by circular The gram look well since the heavy worse than the disease but then we hae Prices reasonaif left at Mrs John Farleys A large attendance at the Kavanaugh Admirable Curriculum vj cowl oow w0 f A1SUIL HI School will open on Monday c not tried Ihem The General suggests g camp meeting ble September Btk Kid Gloves-- o ajoxh IV 5 o in session Judge that the hawks owls and snakes le pro o Qoarteri For Catalogues or other particulars call Dr E Fonnan will preach for Rev M Best make of Iadies and Misses Kid tested and they will do the work effec on or addr t lH nsult pri siling U i U Evans at lrovidence on next Sunday U Gloves ever n tovn Every pair guaranCwiO-0- tivelv Uj 0Oj - - A BO 0 o- B C IIAGERMAN Irin morning at 11 oclock teed Crooke Bennett Urmstok Dnahanai Jcimine county farm for IHH M OF A DFIRABL Cu---uiaTo Leave Kichmond - Kftvai MMeab Rev J I Wills this place anil Rev 40- w KAinng V W W j The numerous friends of Kev Mr Ev- Â¬ Noel of Lancaster closed a meeting at Xaujoiiy Xitii 8 oo j a Sjsc vi j eBirnam ft II c ME arc agents for first S man piclced up 13000 A Main rfn-c-- t an anl wif will W sirry to learn that Allahsville Clark eounly on Sunday M f class insurance companies Try them few ea tli past n MC they have decided to leave Richmond with HI additions They are now preach Â¬ St j UWhl As agent of the heirs of Ml there w u j oo c it tax list ill lie soll The Doctor has boaajbt out a school at ing at Union City this county 00 fc J j a Oov o HUNTER deceased I will sell to the - t Laf Baa notice ly Sheriff Aldersoii West Virginia just this side oi The quality of the blood depends woman who has been separated One The Boones Creek Missionary Associatgs Having secured a school at Alderson highest bidder on the premises at 10 wsy from her husband for years has two chil- Â¬ much upon the good or bad digestion and White Sulphur Springs and will remove W Va to which I shall soon remove oclock a m on tion of Clark county to which the UUMUlMp f V f dren a girl anni about to make the blood rich in I desire assimilation 0 three and a boy church inCsAjns to sell mv new and attractive Lnt Rnarjal triin from Uirlitnoml to Park thither in a few days to take possession at Union City Madison county life an I strength giving constituent- - aaa of four When I asked her how she n IlIV I The Methodist congregations at Provi w o ma c J UJJ3 IM1 anii Mating nrxt Sunday lnund oo C One hi een acres of Dr I II McLeans Strengthening Cor came by these two children though hus lielongs will convene at Allansville on dence and this plate will Ih- without a OaOtM - nqof t miles eat ot Nicholas- Clark county iu September Land nly fUHl j dial and Blood Purifier it will nourish bandless she said They are the chilnpike and lile on Christ man pastor until the meeting of conference a The largest crowd ever seen at Boones dren of the Holy Ghost They were conthe properties of the blood from which In Richmond It is a two and a half within halt a mtie ot Logana Station on A new abneaa4naraiBnaiaoaan1ienM oo J u o aero hence H a 00 V 00 MS 0 A VD J ceived without sin and born boh into iHirough is expected there Sunday the elements of vitality arcdrawn 100 torr frame anj one of the prettiest in the R N I M C K R two Bananar young men will open up the- elange In ciisciUeii r Evtown Good improrement- - comprising dwellper bottle the world I didnt say rats to that protracted meeting undenominational is Sept 1st hereabout 213 il his U autiful home on ans de Eight rootm and good Cellar Cistern ing house toba es and all urcujn3 j 3 in progress and Madison and Clark are though I might have thought it But I Garden Stables etc Can give fen Wall Tapers Taylor found in n box n--lc- r Fifth street iry out b Mr Joiin did tell her that such things werelicyond to vie with each other as to which will M EVANS mediate possf- o xrn f a ccjt u to o lii counter large silver pitcher that Largest and cheapest line of Wall PaThe Kraaiaa HJMeaaioo given seedin my limit of faith Then she said Oh furnish the greater aanabei of people tie had lost right of for pers in town lirvt ot March 69 The alsive is the title of a monthly Tinslcys majority Elder B F Clay retires this month as hush When such wicked doubts en077TERMS The usual terms of land Crookf Bennett Ikmston 40- Thf 1 1 laaon f Main strut through journal the publication of Which has Fturuams majoi it y ter your mind dont give way to them State evangelist for the Christian church one third cash balance in one and i InDillingham addition is the longest just began It is a neat pamphlet printAn Old Time Flection Simply iKlieve ami trust The most delicate constitution can two years with inte- its all that With the twelve evangelists under him ten of the entin- str T A DAVIS Agent be has done a fine work during the six safely use Dr J II McLeans Tar Wine ed at Tmf Climax office and edited by 9 11 Some friend has banded us a copy of you can do years he has held the office Elder J B Lung Balm it is a sure remedy for Rev Did Schweinftirth ever make any im John G Fee H II Hinman ami the ticket used at the May election 1851 Ramsey t Fife ask vour attention la Pursuant to an order made by the Jones succeeds him Elder Clay is to coughs loss of voice and all throat and ndvertisement of unusual induce Â¬ J F Browne of Berea To kiv the least Forjudge Court of Apcals lames proper advances to you Court of Claim at the April Term is 1L CHI it is ably edited No he knew batter he is a very hold a protracted meeting in Lancaster lung diseases The object of the Re- Simpson Richard Appetaan 13 Head what ments in tlavs Climax Tanstail I will sell to the highest bid lcr in front union is to further the effort to consoli Qnorlea Was II Cord James M Rice sharp man He knew that he had not yet some time in October Laneatlt r Record of the Court Houe door in Richmond they ban Mare Pragmas aad Baaaty Kv on date all denominations resolving them Brookstown Christian Church will lie For Clerk Court of Appeals Alfred won my soul fully I went there a year - Myrtie Uowland RICHMOND KY A win diet in Jes- gentleman representing Milo B ago in April and I had reached the time dedicated on the fourth Sunday the 24th into one church Smith Alford Boyd Jacob Swigert Ceo Stevens Co Pension Attorneys Washnty last wvek agsl li years 1st The price of the Reunion is 50 cents a W Johnson Jed Jennings E F Nnttall when I must give up my life my soul of this month Elder John F Bonn cl NEXT SESSION OI iii re of Mrs Jack Freeman and ington D C can be seen at the St year or five eoptea lor ISjM For Circuit Judge W C Goodloe I my all to him when I must have no tor of the Christian Leader Cincinnati w land this place Nicholas Hotel Richmond Thursday THF For other inionnatioii address the eli N Iindsev J Wednesday Sept 10 1890 Harrison Samuel Han- thought of my own when as he teach will conduct the meeting during the folth morning and evening and August Levi Manet the Well known insurance laaa at Berea He will lie assisted by Eles to be fully redeemed I must live only lowing week s 11 at the Shepherd House Irvine Friday died Friilay night TAX LIST TSaES COLLEGES JtoBtM So- Tiie iriKeHlings of a recent convention loan of For Commonwealths Attorney- - Ste to aaec ate his will and obey his pleas- Â¬ der E V Spicer the regular pastor On August 8 by persons desiring informa- DELINQUENT imbably 15 yrerb He was a broth - in Ohio looking to the union of churches ure Then with my eyes opened at last Sunday there will be a basket dinner A J Barry C C Rogers phen Nolan parmst3 of Stuy tion concerning pensions bounties etc of Mr L J Fraree this place are published with the first iiuiiiIkt For Circuit Court Clerk James If to the infamy of the place I decided to Everybody invited For the year iVv beginning with Pre- Classaical Scientific and Letters Courses or having claims which they desire to leave and if possible get hack my hus cinct No I and sli to No 9 inclusie Shackelford It is hard fora An infidel paper says AtpMerbiti on the upper lip of Mr luslicrs of the Peace and Constables 1 8 have prosecuted by said attorneys g r B A Lea 45credit until Marc For County Court Judge Christopher band and live again a life of devotion to Christian to In tolerant to be list There agheim or done two months a B L IVlow ia given a list of the alxive offi will be given to purchaser by my home my husband and my child Sick Headache and a sensation of Horns James C Caldwell P P Billiard A is somewhat in Cristianity that makes its L Degrees has not entirely healed and he will cers fimv the election of last week A good chance for Consta Do you know where he is tive C oppression and dullness in the head are good bond This is a mistake For County Court Clerk Thomas 11 adherents bigots hly have a bald spot in that part of in each Piecinct to make money Richmond D P Anner and Win bes need I have lieen told that he is working in those who are called Christians are often very commonly produced by indigestion The List can be seen by calling at mv hPanics Moustache Millis P B Droaddna nent men ea a watch factory at Canton Ohio I shall bigoted and intolerant but the spirit of - Jaanea W morbid despondency irritability and oer office 0a For County AttorneyAttendance Foxtown G B Million and lake The men Iiggerstaff and Imn- w rite to him to night and I do hope hell sensitiveness of the nerves may in a maI perton true Christianity is opposed to bigotry C J W BALES White J S Cheimult lines Parks manager has supplied More thin 100000 t jority of cases be traced to the same Nan Gymnasium B- - F Broaddus W K come here and forgive inc He used The fundamental prin- Â¬ and intolerance For ribwiaT Aug on So Union Albeitaa Parks and 1 A Tur iritfa n w counter ilesk scales and added to the endowment last year J semi or 5 every month for the sup ciple of Christianity is All things 1 hat cause Dr J H McLeans Liver and Hacker Thomas K Gates Thomas Expenses iisites and is now the most pin W A Williams Kidney Balm and Pellets will positively port of my child I gave it all over to soever ye wuuld that men should do to Elliaton- - Wan lVntin and J A Lamb James P Turner John New by in town 1 13 cure For Assessor W Smith Collins Win Shweinfurth as tithes I have not a yon do ye even so them and this leaves Ifoovea Win Robinson cent and only my clothing Mr P F Untrue an exiKrienced drug Diarrhoja Cordial and save for bigotrv and intolerance T Fox no room Get Smiths i B Thorpe and James lVnge PPEPABAT0RT DEPABTKENr Yates Are there many of these fully reiii Cinci inati has succeeded Mr The gospel of Christ is a Roanef af peace your lite as you can t always get the For Jailer G W Kinnard John Win Coyle O- FProf R L I ri wt V deemed angels in heaven Said the Savior ind Ilaguns the latnot a gospel of force Laarrenee Samuel Freemnn doctor in time Price 25 cents Sold by Glade I F Harrison and A Moore itten- and two a There are only two that are claimed ter having iou to Knaae Island and en- J C Coyle W G White Druggist Kiah Crooke Behold I send yon forth as sheep among 6 For County Surveyor 51 ction a the thor to lie pafectljr holy and sinless They wolves be ye therelVre w jm- as serpents ot teral basiin ks for himself Kirksville J C Ailams and N B J H Parrish Privileges cipline newpup Take one of Dr J H Mcl eans LitGymi large The are the two of whom I have apokan DunActing under and harmless as doves For Coroner S C Ware John Coy G P iooch Howard Switzer who some months study tle Liver and Kidney Pellets at night beMrs Kinnehan went on to describe the divine commission to preach the gos- can Wm Carr Ioosev J A Baaaand 8 IX Carpen equip rmcr Madison county man nient recitation fore you go to bed and you will be sur- Â¬ For Magistrates John Tribble James the drudgery to which all the female in- lel the apostles went forth not appealool ment of a t line hf slipped our memory at ter J W Teater prised how buoyant and vigorous you will mates except eVhweinf rtha favorites ing to human governments to eaxapej vsical Carr Plack Million J S Stapp and Allxrt Whit thileshurg Farette county was found in feel the next day Only 25 cents s vial She was assigned to men to accept their message but liesecch For Constable Jno W Puniti Jno C an subjected a dying condition near Ashland last week lock Elsie Perkins On Saturday August 16 1890 3- kitchen work and frequently toiled from ing men by the meekness and gentleness Young from an overdcee of morphine iter the d 7 in the morning till 10 at night The of Christ Said the apostle Xowthen Oar Catalogae Work For Police Judge Dudley Webster at j oclock pm in front of the Court Oratorical di Lace Curtaias Mr T J Tri jhle an expert confectioni ap For further pr House I will rent to the best bid Thk Climax office has been crowded Real Estate Transfers for the Month af boajna aneanah always had the liest of we are ambassadors of Christ as though Our Lace Curtain stock is complete er of KichiiioiK has anna here this week ply to everything at table but confined his toil did beseech you by us we pray yon der the following priviU the past two months with catalogue July and First Week ia Aagast L II BLANTON Crooke Bennett Lrmston 40-trying to make arrangements whereby foonafa followers to meager rations tellin Christs stead Wye reconciled to God printing Among the mot prominent 9- Jas Daniel to T P Mirk 69 acres ing them they should learn to deny The Christian who desires to go beyond I apan ur a restaurant and confec we shall mention 1000 far Madison Fe are many accidents and diseas There Confectionery Booth 000 Henry Yates to Rebecca Yates Ihieaailica tionery that would lie a credit to the aaate is thor- these scriptures and i ompel men to beMrs Kinnehan es which affect Sock and cause serious ooo lor Berea College Institute Baggage Booth T P Ballard to J Lin Bal- oughly disenchanted and declares that lieve or to act as though they believed 21 acres f town an establishment that at this an 1000 for inconvenience and loss to the farmer in the publishers of the Reunion CORRESPONDENCE heaven deserves the should stop and ask if he has not himself jKirtune time k nee Miller his work which may be quickly remedied Bishop are 4000 for the Madison County Fair and lard i6a4 services AJ Herd to Gran- Shweinfurths Barber Shop ville Bishop xfii retiring would do a rushing busim 3000 Chas Lester attention of the jxlii e She is ready to lost the Spirit of Christ if indeed he ever by the use of Dr J H McLeans Vol400 for the Tates reek Baptist AssociaBERKA to G M Patterson 400 B Cousin give evidence regarding what she has had it Boot Blacking MWtet greiilj needl a i hioiialle tion colore canic Oil Liniment The fruit of the Spirit is love We are sun- that none of B F Gay has the foundation laid for a Co to Craom Shearer cafe Iaii 90 Isaac seen and heard gentleness peace longsuffering joy ners ot MaJison ri the art ies mentioned evere before bad Taaarr to T new- - store Public Feed and Hitch- Â¬ Haadkerrhiefs If E Debol 4 I415 J goodness faith meekness temperance canal work turned out for them The Sriael fur Girls Miss Lama Norval is spending a few Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs J B Heathman to M F Whorton 43 THK IMIMSTOI- - TAKXeOOT A MARIEIAtiK II- - Whoever has the Spirit of Christ will ing Privileges etc Fence constructed bv the Blue Gri Retail liarlxmr announces that truth is Thk Climax has in its foreman Caooata Bennett Urmston 40- 250 II W Haden to W R Haden knsk Fou niwnrtr and miss wkidon bring forth the fruits of the Spirit and mouths with her cousin Nannie A Raw Hedge Company o she will tench a class of twenty girls in Mr J J Adams a catalogue printer who 333 7500 J M Hailcn to Wm Haden if any man have not the Spirit of Christ lings M B we regard it the co Rocxnona III Aug ft Alarmed by Ik- downed anywhere in Ken tuck v If you want to buv a Sulky Surrey tlie lai nd other atndiea V K Hadea to J M Hid she is cant 1485 Mrs Charles Lester leave this Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for Mr Mr the threats of personal violence which he is none of his even though he may Ie The capacity of our office for executing i4j Secretary ty ai it lahtied lor the work she undcr- en 1S3 f3ooo Nancy Guess to Maggie have been openly made the week for a trip to various points in Indicalled by his name Said the Savior B Turner arc aera to he has the latest best and chaapaat T 5catalogue work will lie increased to meet Win Brier to J F Vize 20 f 1000 e Not even- one that saith unto me Lord ana Christ George Jacob Schweinfurth our homes for a the demands as we have of hate been Oldham 78 Life of the teah is the blood The D Powell to 11 ath to too Ino ve Dgs A Hanson has gone to Boston Mass at 10 oclock to night sent one of his dis- liOrd shall onter into the kindom of In all its qualities an conielled to turn away some of our old Isaac BiggerstatT 2 means healthy func55 T J Shearer ciples George D Morgan into the city heaven but he that donah the will of my to attend the great gathering of the G A thereof pure blood this find The City Couneil has ordered a tax of and valuable patrons tional activity and bears with it the to C L Tipton Co 150 1400 Wm who banted up Deputy County Clerk Father which is in heaven American wires fastened on all dogs within R certainty of quick restoration fiom sick Dozen to li Dozen 89 3015 Ab Automatic Pi Feeder V F Siitiwl renders it Kate OConnor procured a marriage strength I the li mist be tagged A commodious school building is in proness or accident Dr J 11 Mc Irans Town Lots Mr James Howard Boggs has a lot of f rttnd without the iwaaport license for Schweinfurth and Miss Mary proof againt hos an other stock inand all d cess ot erection for the colored school of Strengthen ng Cordial and Blood PuriHOUSE NOTES - fat a full moon and be has not fed With to inform the public that Weldon the young woman at the earthcline are ordered eln t J II Powell to N M Tipton 500 fier gives pure rich blood and vitalizes this district T Raananj is an loaget con 1 But they have helped same to City of Richmond we are well pleased with the Compar same to ly Don who is aliout to becoaae axaother them a particle and strengthens the whole body Tin Kails Inbred Mrs James Van Winkle left last 100 Mr Ncctod with the uRanaany n of hedging The Company has themselves bouiitifullv He haa invented T J Scott 000 J M Foster to same Excitement has run high here during close and exciting nice at week for Boston Mass to visit their son per bottle That was a 3 n last Wednesday the Kichmond a crib that automatically feeds its corn to 6i5 W the day It will run higher when this Danville between Sallie B of this place pruned our fence and we find the Corner Dry rooda Store since Oo Sam Rice to J M Foster Lewis ordered their rails the pigs Bh or eight inches from the S Hunley to Fannie Ryan iiScO G W latest phase of the affair is known in the pmnsellinsr his interest to W I Iashaire Ombre and Jeremiah The latter won are to lw taiade at Johnstown 1a ground be leaves a 4 inch horizontal Evans 10 H B DtHinghaia morning We shall adopt this plan oi fencing and CMdhaan but is now running 7000 J II WITT STRINGS ESTILL COUNTY We have the novelty of the season in Chiles Graves has purchased from Mr A- - the ne Ijianicd the order opening all the way around the crib Powell to W A Powell f6oo C S nenil it can conri S Y Keenc the colt Oasis by Outcast ABO UT RAILIiQADS These springs are not surpassed by cashmere ombres ioi theoiiiing Let th neighs the liottom of which opening is just even Powell T G Stevens 575 J M Foster Lrmston dam Isis for 1000 Ucnrtjetmrn Tim even Estill Springs as regards medicinal 40-- Crooke Bennett peaeeed same to G W with the floor Then to form a sort of to Johnson Watts B The track layers on the R N I 40 W V Maaaaat The Cincinnati Full Mile Driving As- Â¬ qualities The water is white sulphur Coughs and colds come unint ited but table for the pigs he allows the fhr to Fvans5o same to Wm J Bruce 318 have crossed Kentucky river and are at M A Ballard T S Bu Ilnlpr ftBM Cash Dry roods Store No ft sociation has decided to give 10000 in and very cold inches or two feet you can quickly get rid of these with a extend out her SamI Rice to Edgar Bogtjs 640 J II work in this county Wm A K nell Smith C C Ciiri-niT Turner representing the Mr First Street in connection These springs are situated four miles few doses of Dr extra premiums at its meeting com a little Powell to L Z Tavlor 000 D W J II McLeans Tar II J Bennett G YV Samuei- - Steve Tur- Â¬ The directors of the Kentucky Midland mencing September 22 r extensive this floor projection be arranges with W S i Fife near the M north of Irvine on the west side of the Wine Lung Balm 1 13 roof to baep nun out of the owning and Tribble to II B Dillingham Soo Clem- railroad will extend their road from Paris B C ner George Park Win Williar He will lc UMAX okl corner at the red I is the fastest stallion Kentucky River once a famous resort StamlMul 212 A fence is built around oil of the table Rice 600 ent Fraaec to Walker Hackett to the Virginia line and are making ar in Richmond after Sept 1st and and wants his old friends Apron hoods has sired a 90 trotter He is the for invalids and pleasure seekers But the trib a di tance of 10 leel from it The Garrard County J B Kempe J T w ill give all information desired in regard rangements to submit another propoailioii that FLKD FROM TIIE FOLD ladies and gentlemen and the have somewhat gone down on account of Dont fail to sec our Bordered Apron sire of Nehushta tM V solia 221 pigs are at liberty to tackle the crib Conn James N Dennv T W Ballew to the Bonrbon County Court The coun to the liest lance M earth public generally to call on Mertha 250 and he is now only eight not being convenient to good roads as Goon whenever they feel like it The fence W A An Wm ty has already voted 25000 to the road some other watering places this place 40- - Crookf Bennett him he can sell them goods One Woman Deserts Schweinfurth years of age Urmston Trailers Institute has openings for the pigs but excludes derson T J H and no payment is to be made until the heing yy2 miles from the pike or any postcheaper than he has ever sold Generally large nostrils in a horse in The Madison County Teaehers Irssti- - the sows As the pigs pull the ears of W O Lewi Y Leavell John B Iirk road is completed to North Middletown Lile will acquire new zet and cheer office Yet there are many who visit We have an them before Disclosures Rockfoko III Aug dicate goixl breeding power good lungs session at the Christian corn from the 4 inch opening the vacan Chenault O T Wallace that county and the time of the sulscrii fulness return if you will impel your cured the services ot Mr Like any other these Springs during the summer season luircli under the supervision of Mrs A cy is instantly filled by the pressure of made here to day give reason for hope tioii expires January next It would be and a good constitution Mr Turner MTl that a number of farA joyous party of Wacos people tented liver and kidneys to the performance of Mr Schweinfurth and his llev ireen as salesman and Mi that of the horse the nostrils can be de Â¬ T Million Cot nty SuHrintendcnt Prat the corn from above impossible to finish it in the time allotted part H McLeans Livmers had ordered pruning knivc and did here last week the Misses Zittel Annie their functions Dr J Hazel wood and Williams a colony of deluded followers may soon be M Kiiiott Is conducting the Institute in and the directors will ask an extension of veloped by exercise er and Kidney Balm will stimulate them their own pruning who vould testify and Mollie Miss Eva Maupin Miss MilAa Agreeable Sarprise brought face to face with prosecution at and guarantee salesladies In- - usual able and interesting way The A valuable harness horse belonging to time which w ill likely Ik- granted as to the abo e certificate He has shjwn 100 per bottle lie Moberley Miss Pattie Tevis George to healthful action The anbject of the subjoined paragraph the bar of justice For over a year pant a general protection to ladies attendance is jrgc Caaapanf the to us a statement fr I I It is important that our people should Judge John D Goodloe was driven intoÂ¬ McKinney Burnam Scrivener Wm from the Memphis Teiin I dger of Au Mrs Kinnehan has been an inmate of Now is the and children week and died with- Baumstark Charlie Embry results ol hu el ecurtng new or Irani li IVaitratiary in Madison some Btaan to be represented at the town one day last John Mob of Fx 1ostuiastcr Schweinfurths retreat on the Weldon take Hase gust It li is a ttrs time to buy your goods in a few hours from colic ders for the Bcnca He has dealt with crley Wm Combs and wife also Mr The Shanal ans have eonverteil the John Tavlor this place disgusti d proposed conference at Nicholasville farm Yesterday afternoon Cotton Lisle thread and silk hose for are so low t hat we may have many of our best farmer- - in this section who Major Thomas S Dowsell died at Charles Oldham Jr and wife of Mont13th inst The old Ahner Ollliam house near is nes- Quite a surprise occurred iu the Iedg w ith the place and what she declares to next Wad many the Ladies and Misses to mark them up soon in have beyond all question of doubt settled in idea is to see what can lie done for the Richmond Va last week He was the gomery county and Mrs Will Oldham biniugh into a prison and will lodge er counting room Saturday evening just Ik- the disreputable practical indulged iu 40- - Crooke Bennett Lrmston place of down We now have their minds concerning this system of fenc Â¬ These stripeil as the perfertaag press stopped The sur- there she left and came to this city w ith extension of the Louisville Southern aidant turfman in the United States and and Miss Bessie Broadus of Richmond ii fifty convicts on hand and daily receiving ing speaking out a the while for the ad Nicholasville through Garrard via his stock farm at Bullfield is one of the The ladies had rooms at the dwelling of from will Ik nut to work on the prise wa the presentation of a fine gold her little Isiy arriving in the evening The damp and decaying vegetation of a splendid stock of tion of the fence The question ol fenc- Â¬ Mr Wm Gould but took their meas regions newly cleared of timber exposed and Fori turnpike The watch and chain to Mr James IS Reed Mrs Kinnehan on reaching Rockford Iincaster to the coal regions of Eastern most noted in the country Stony Hun ing is a serious one to be sure with the far- Â¬ upon the picnic to the rays of the sun is sure to breed Prof Hagermans suckling Belmont with the boys time reouin d to linish the mad will le the efficient atereotrper af the Ledger went at once to the home of a family Kentucky Col Bennett Young Judge Richards and other prominent railroad Wilkes colt by the 7000 horse formerly grounds They brought a bountiful sup- malaria Qcods mers He has sold large quantities of this Dr J II McLeans Chills and Foreign and Domestic Bress aiHiut six wei Vs Mr Liny Irehan the pressman in a few living on North Second Street She was fence since his location at Lancaster and seen there this morning by the corres- - men will lie there and we have the liest owned by Mr H C Traynor jumped a ply of good things that Waco can al Fever Cure by mild and gentle action well chosen words made the presentation Chaajre at Hie Ceantr Clerks Office has taken some ery large contracts we if the people of Garrard picket fence last week and was badly ways afford A table of considerable will radically cure 50 cents a bottle and Mr Reed arjaea the natch verv much Hident of The Herald and declared assurance that Ladies and tents Furnishing notice in his statement from the CompaFight years ago next Friday Mr anil says he w ill always keep green in his that she had seen enough of Schwein- are disposed to take hold of the matter lacerated length was erected upon stilts the table guaranteed 13 Joods Clothing Hats Hoots It is the object of this Company to ny Thomas Thoran took eharge of the memory the givers Messrs Mahoney furth and his heaven to convince her in earnest with a liberal spirit it is Carlysle described his indigestion as proper being composed of huge logs Donelson has a quantity ol new SulShoes Trunks in fact everyplace him in our midst in a few weeks to County Clerks office and has tilled it Dwyer itng Breunan Ugon and ire- - that no self respecting and sane woman highly probable that we can get this im like a rat gnawing at the pit of his which no doubt had once occupied a kies Surries and Buggies of the newest thing kept in a lirst ci deal with our farmers and they have ar iMnnintn- liecoi d as acceptably M any man whoever held ban Mr Reed has only been connected could li v there For some timeshe had iKirtant connection and said bis best phvsieian prominent place in some ancient dwelling stomach and most popular pattern and at very ranged with a good man to be placed in store We call especial atten icv This wt ek CHal his envia was a horse Some one has jocosely re- Â¬ or railroad bridge The ladies having with the Ledger since last January and been growing suspicious that all was not PSBBONAIa Mentioned 5- his tead in Garrard county tion to our suits of ble rexiord hs County Clerk spread nice cloths upon the improvised reasonable figures marked that the outside of a horse was during that time by his pleasant ways right but within the past few days she below are some of the parties who have Mr h W Hill one of the most agree Â¬ has made friends by the score Mr Heed made up her mind to leave and yester in sooth aliout the best tiling for the inside of a table they began to spread the good things DRUNKENNESS L1QI OR UABIT Mrs J W Bales is visiting la all turned in their contracts to the Company able men in existence will assume the is well known all over the Fast and West day carried her resolve into execution upon said table until it groaned with luxman eastern Kentucky the World there is hat Oae fare through Mr Turner to grow hedge fence duties of the office and I groaned to get to uries s I have had an experience that will ability and as a stereotyiKT of Many areful and critical oliservers of Mr E Field Miller of Mississippi is Dr Haiaes Ualdea Specific at 125 Alterforwood Customsome of whom have given him three sep- Â¬ George McKinney groaned when SchweinIt can ie given in a cup of ten or coffee the kind remembrance of the above gen- last me a lifetime she said fast trotters have had the conclusion them visiting relatives here -Made EirediBl Faaay Boots and Shoes bearate contracts a number have given in Moberley groaned without the knowledge of the pernon taking tlemen will Ik-- no surprise to those who furth I lielieve is Satan in sheeps forced upon them that the sjieediest con- he got there and John It effecting a speedy and permanent eure Miss Jennie Lillard of Lawrenceburg If you wish j read the funniest pajter low cost and other custom two separate contrac all night after eating so the boys say relapatient Is a moderate drinker or whether the I am convinced that his clothing know him formation is that order of structure that is visiting Miss Emma DeJarnatt T W in the world and the ln st of the kind drunkards Dr B Ramsey E H made best brands of Shoes Take all in all they had a good week of it all alcoholic wreck Thousands of the Uolilen tions with other women there are of the have lieen cured who have taken is higher at the quarter than at the Ballew O T WallaceJ T Conn Jame in the Tinted States suliscribe for the Dr M C Heath has sold his Georgia A splendid Specific in iheir coiree without their knowl all very cheap A Big Gas Plant most unholy nature and that while the w ither Maud S and Sunol are of that The shooting epidemic is spreading all edge and to day Ihlnk they qnll drinking of N Dennv Alex R Denny John B Texas Siftingw It is a weekly paiier ro plantation aud returned to Richmond line of all kinds of Shirts Iheir own freewill No harmful eltecl reStock Farm The tH ople 01 Richmond are not aware rest are deceived he is a villain a fraud conformation over this section of the State At Har sults from its Administration nres guaranParks C Terrell Paint Lick Parsonage X fusely illustrated and besides its abund-am-- e 15cts Over and Cnder fron Mr Edward Faulconer who has been that the new gas plant now iu course of and a licentious and immortal repro rodshurg on Friday there was a fatal ren- Â¬ teed Head for circular and full particulars A Smith McCann has sold his half inof humorous matter contains other Wm II Conn Henry Hurt Daniel Pu Address In cnutldence Golden bcifi17 very low with fever is rapidly improving to 2 below cost We sell construction is the largest and finest in Iwte 10 trotting counter between Bananca at Stanford on IHoKawSt Cincinnati O terest in the sixteen-year-ol- d L Gibbs J M Hiatt John P sey A things of ini rest It is beautifully the best 5 and 10 cent HandMrs Dud Miller fell from a hammock stallion Red Wilkes to Win C France Monday the brave and fearless Marshall How were your suspicions first arous- Â¬ Kentucky w ith a few exceptional among Morse W B Morse T W Bradshaw printed and altogether in an attractive of the one day last week and seriously injured kerchiefs and Hosiery in the asked- the corresjxmdent ed the river towns for ItMM and a lialf interest in the of the town was shot down in Madison ami desirable aper James Hering Mrs Sallie McComack NEW ADVERTISEMENTS White Iarty Ladies citv her spine The lot is aliout 2i0 feet square and Herald year This increases Monday a man was fatally shut at Million horses earnings this W A Anderson S Brown Milton Ward Kid Gloves 35 to 40 cents The first I thought very strange was Is there And so it spreads Marriage lirrigs fer Ike Heath af Jaly contains seven or eight buildingF The Mr J B Park and wile of Irvine vis-Â¬ the price 10000 or more Three years precinct T G Burnside Crab Orchard Turnpike The Crashes from 3i to 10 cents main building lacks a fittle of being JOx that a female inmate went into Schwein Â¬ ited Circuit Clerk AV II Miller and wife ago France bought the other half for no remedy for the growing evil aad Part af Aaast Co G W Bettis R Boyle J M Pettv reper yard less than cost Good this week W 100 feet two stories brick with slate furths room nearly every night and A E Carne to Ititia Hamilton has since made 25000 off of ready pistol is at the ljottom of it Ixm Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office 7t00 and R D Ballard B L Kelly W T Furger caxtcr Record Calico 4cts Challies 4 and T Sailer to C D Roberts J M Prewitt roof and iron rafters and baaaaa It has mained there some time The excuse Miss Nannie J Douglas is visiting her him son G M Bowman W M Kirby W at Richmond Ky week ending Aug It made for it was that he was sutlering al Nice 5 cents less than cost on anil windows 1800 to M C Prcrtit J 1 Oldham to E H brother Mr John Douglas at Blooming H Kinnaird The retwrt published in the Courier J W Poore J H Deem Syrap af Kiss The office and meter room are 12x20 ways from a headache that his bead a Lace Bed Sets 1 25 Lace V Brantan Ancv Murrey Miss Isabel C Corneli on to Candia Ames Illinois W E Walker J it H Tinsley L K Journal stating that Mr Hart Boswell Produced from the laxative and nutritous - j ton 6 so heated he could not Bleep and she atSimmons S Curtains a big line and Moore CM Rusf to C F Land Al who has had sold his celebrated trotting mare juice of California figs combined with the Lanas Wm W Perkins T L Sanders J T Turner Jaa Miss Danallic Cornelison Skyfausen Andy Millikin E The lime house is 30x30 feet and 12 tended to him administering cracked ice M cheap and Curtain Poles H fred raoka to N T Woolerr Clark Jas M Sanders E Deem C W been very sick for the past two weeks Nancy Hanks iH untrue Mr Boswell medicinal virtues of plants known to be Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m and cold cloths She would stay there Comforts A good line of Green to M I Itvry Mori Gray to M feet high Mitchel Lancaster Cemetery fames Mar- Â¬ says that he has not sold his pet and has most beneficial to the human system acts Money order and registered letter hours is improving The scrubber and condensing room are until early morning when she would lie Gents Pauls to close out 50 Prewitt V M Sulton to Samantha Cox Nancy gently on the kidneys liver and bowels prompt 7 a m to o p m tin H M Lear Henry Kullman I C - no idea of parting with her Dr R J Poore of Cincinnati formercorru- relieved bv her brother I remarked I B WILLIS pm All 25x64 feet and 12 feet high with lol nson to Edna Golden T to 75 cents below cost Over Bryant John B Bowman J W Dunn J Hanks is proliably the best trotter of her roof and sides and a capacity ii be was the Lwd ha enajlt In fin ahttl rj a dentist in this place is visiting age in Kentucky and it is expected that effectually cleansing the system dispelling gated iron cam to France Co 1c A Yirgir Cyrus Daley Jessie Walden Dont buy your alls 35 cts colds and headaches and curing habitual to dispel his head trouble but he said friends here tons M F Rout Wm Roystin John A San- Â¬ Islore this season closes she will have a constipation The that his disciples gave him bo much ji Judge J R Harwick of Powell record of 215 Good judges of horse MadiNun Uastadaa Uones The holder is above ground M Bar- Â¬ Xji ders Jas Littrell B F Slavin county is visiting her daughter Mrs L Will graze I have 140 acres of grass II tank brick BO feet in diameter and B trouble that his head was aiiected J V I low J A Henderson H A Burdett J say she is the easist going trotter leak What else did he do that seemed out Clav at White Hall We will until you see ours stock at reasonable prices h the holder within of iron and Unite M Myers J M Layton T L Yantis P they ever looked aLIsjcington iazette of the line of propriety of 2000 cubic I q 10 Mrs S J Hagan have in a few days the finest having a capacity Mrs Joseph Miliary of St Louis Blanton on fcli re G Warner H D Aldnge H C Arnold Arthur Simmons hits a Texas pony on Well when he was tired in the day formerly Miss Liie Jett is visiting her A 10 inch pic will communicate the line of best fitting Cloaks in ingtoa Citr thsa Tboa Jefferson while Robt Collier John G Doty J H Kamsy In connection with the series of papers his farm at Chokee N Y whose ability be ummI to go into the room of an sister Mrs J J Brooks time and we have Richmond the town gathered frriu Madison W M Carter W P Ruble J T Ray He is now heing published on Exercise for Woas a jumper cannot be surpassed The stable is KxfO feet two stories other nomas and lie down on her bed v the fin many other special bargains H A Hnaaon R- - af M Morse Jas Mr Robert Brown has returned to a diminutive apecimen of that breed of men the next number of Harpers Bazar He tried to explain this by saying be with brick foundation in goods If you will ccnie Charley Spillman Wm A Arnold Cal Liuis ile after a visit to his brother horseflesh and a day or two ago was put will contain an article on The Ladies Walnut street which is oeiiig rroin wanted to get away from the noise lemaiiiing in this country and look we will be glad to East J W Bright Gilbert Turnei Mr M G Brown this place into a big box or crate for shipment to Athletic Club at the Berkeley Lyceum Here Mrs Kinnehan liecame some R N I x R dcjMt through the Mob- for ne of the show you all through the well Marsee W K Pierce L Davidson by Mary Gay Humphreys A delightful and extensive progressive Amariena there being no stock car con what confused in manner and seemed j i dejiartments who bad no e ley and Powell additions terminate stock J H Wet Mrs Fannie Farra J B - Ytniciit at the time The pony and lox nnry nna nrrn SHEEP LUST big trestle averse to proceeding with her diadoa- ear the a- the m lueeaay evening to miss were placed upon a flat car and the After being urged to tell all she B at the crossing of the area Lirnarr W v a sister 01 a r train pulled out The little sample ol Five good sheep have strayed from my t linrliwton PARRISH STREET Knew itoneMi sin- hmoi K C Duerton and mry into fertilizers U B Park Aultz Texas cyclone soon got tired of his close place Liberal reward Soma time ago I became eanrim Driggars the engineer in Mr M Call on E W WIGGINS juiir r WAtjbKj r- Mit ses Muinie Lewis and Katie Gib-- quarters aud while the train was runtliat one of these women was encianra pubhing the work uuui came to grief Â¬ flu nil l f I -- S5SiS1J tnlitf m M K K W K k Iff -- CO CC I spoke to Mr Schweinfnrlh about it i and after a moments hesitation he said It is true- - It is the Work of the Holy thnpt If you were entirely redeemei Snd sanctified you would understand it There can be no sin in her and the race is thus propogated without the carnal I confess I didnt believe it relation I couldnt believe it even though I tried Then they did acknowledge without reserve that the girls condition was as you suspected Of course they did They could not help it Did we not have eyes I would not be surprised to find the ehild born any moment Besides that they have a lh Smith stopping then whom he brought from Kansas City I suppose in order that no Rot lord doctor need 1k called and thus the matter gain publicity Are there any illegitimate children Â¬ bins and Messrs Charlie Tudor and ft of Lexington visited Shindelbower MisSes Mary and Dahallie Cornelison of the wrtnty this week Dr A Wilkes Smith has returned from Excelsior Springs Mo where he attend ed the annual session of American Den tists and the National Association of DenHe reports an attendance tal Faculties of 400 and that Excelsior Springs is one of the prettiest places in America Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ic OP- Â¬ v W U U M J Â¬ w i m - n M w j Â¬ Â¬ bO M Â¬ O- m i Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ 1 Â¬ -- - f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - lr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ning at a speed of thirty miles an hour kicked the box into a cocked hat and made a leap for lilierty He struck terra Anna right side up with care and when the train aar tanM back to view his cold remains the saiil remains were quietly nibbling af a keg of iron spikes on the side of the road and took four men and a lxjy an hour to run down and capture him At least that is what the conductor said Aati fbrat We are repeatedly told that the thoroughbred horse is deteriorating that there are no Wagners Grey Eagles Lex Â¬ ingtons or Ten Broecks among the mod ern racers If such be the case will some one explain the recent phenomenal run- Â¬ ning of Salvator Tenny Firenri and Racine The first two finish one and a quarter miles almost head to head in 205 one and a half aeeonda faster than the record Firenzi rtliis one Idle a hidf miles in M8 lowering the lOund by a second Racine on Saturday last reduced the mile record of LSi made by Ten Broeck thirteen years by one quarter of a second On the same day Teuton ason of Ten Breech reduced the record for nine furlongs to 152 a reduction of one ball second and ran the first mile 130 which is one fourth of a second taater than his sires record which 1ils stood the lcst for thir- Â¬ teen years flarm aVwabr This hi well enough but where is your Where is four miler bred of late years your horse that can live through a race Making a fast of three four mile heats mile or mile and a half is a different matter When are your thoroughbreds that will stay through nine or ten mile heats Sfoci Farm It requires a better judgment than that p scssi d by-- the average hired man to arrange for and carry on the feeding of hrses that are expected to turn otFumch wrk either on the farm or on the road Horses like men get dull and listless when the digestion is wrong The muscular system is under the control of the nervous system including the brain and the muscles have no tension and rebound whendgestion isdisturbetl Undersuch a state the horse cannot be otherwise than a sluggard having no vim or courage When the feeding is carried on indis- Â¬ creetly the coat stares and the outer sur face fee s too COOl under the touch of the hand in all weathers This is the natural ami invariable result of the blood leaving the surface and hugging too closely aboM the digestive organs when the latter are lalsiring with wrong in kiud or too large in amount Undersuch influences the ears and limbs will be found to be COM the pulse will lie quickened raised from the normal beat of forty to fifty jcr min ute In this state the appetite is dulled When the body is overand irregular Rest worked what is the remedy When the digestive organs are at fault from too much or improper food having been given then first of all we must give rest to the organs implicated No remedy will avail anything w ithout rest He is a wise man who in dealing with the ills of either man or beast knows how to estimate the ability of a living organism to to rciwiir itself and to so akapc the con ditions including the feeding that it will have the liest of opportunities for doing Inn riml this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wanted A position for Fall Term by a lady totracn either a private school or as an assistant Car teach the full En-jlii-- MADISON School for Girls MISS BESSIE Good Box 2 course Two years experience references furnished Addresst Smithfield Henry Co Kentucky Female Institute BARB take a wiil I voil are stiff ring with weak or inflamed eyes or granulated eyelids you can be quickly cured by using Dr- J H Class Twenty Tuesday September 9th Â¬ - Â¬ PUBLIC SALE ResidBnce For ale JESSAMINE FARM Residsns Fifth St4 Friday August 29 1890 Â¬ NOTICE 1 ra wm Monday Sept 1890 1 PUBLIC RENTING Â¬ Fair Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE 1 - i- 1 ARBUCKLE - Â¬ Â¬ i RMS 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ t THE PALACE TJ 1 a- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ - 1 Â¬ son-in-la- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ -- Â¬ BOYS CLOTHING Â¬ first-cla-- Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ WV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Â¬ Â¬ j For Sale O MUST BE SOLD Lot O A K SI Â¬ I 1 - 1 - ir Auo 60x146 Feet Ramsey 5 Fife - ananam anfaHH nannnfaannjft THE FARMING WORLD SCOURGE OF THE HERD Toot Hot It nutations Foot rot or fouls which so frequently tucks cattle has both a contagious and noncontagious 4 I The Utter ition results frorr injury to the 1 foot from too much ravel from wounds ade by glass nails or by injrrow- It also iig horn g Lta when the foot erases to be worn away sufficiently by long contact with because soften I c when the animals f land The d ontjon or other nun oe- The symptoms are J foot and f no aid Is nal In contrioi- ains at the ontagious coron i he injurv la Nun Fok Coutagiona 1 mnd lH A Fv Â¬ Is no e idence r m there Xt has been ln- foot rot the lones acked ttai long time t T iso v for a uenlly be n other parts of Foot rot should not be confounded foot and In the la tb disease p coronet and in the l ng fest other signs of dicomfrt Treatment varies form of disease and with its v Except in new cases Itage and of the nc is form of the money will be saved surgeon The by firt work to he done is the removal body imbedded in the of a loot or imprisoned between the claws Lorn should be cut away and the animals k pt in a dry place to pro Loose pieces of horn should be removed and matter pus found buried under the horn should be let out and the wound dressed with act one ounce in water three ounces and the foot well band aged lading is shown In the aeeosa Care losely Â¬ the Ever brought to this city prices ranging from j to 7 This is the best line iou can get anywhere Give us a call before buving elsewhere and be convinced Weal so make special mention of our MENS 3 SHOES Childrens and Infants Shoes in great abundance and your interests will be guarded in buving them from us Our stock of LOW SHOES and SLIPPERS SHIPPING CRATES is the prettiest you ever saw If vou arc iWS so A Good SujrgMtion Have Tonr lioiea not ready to buy call and examine and be t n work intott that satisfied this is the place An immense and Crutea Made with Sjprings eaned a- of the great difficulties with stock of WORK SHOES BROGANS on of cor which the fruit grower has heretofore and PLOW SHOES in fact wc have untiring eflbrta in every line of our been confronted is the rough usage made Department and we think the climax polled tt which some of his perishable and frail Shoebeen has capped i If prcduct i nor on manure have been and are exposed ma or when in tho hands of transportation 1 form of the disea- the No matter what pains tho shipper may have taken with his fruit Our Hat Sleek is To poultice the and bow nicely it may appear when Complete open is an- to the carriers nobody frood way then be how it will a the shak Consisting of Stetsons soft Summer styles om with a ing up and throwing about which it cautt is Knox stiff Hats recently received they likely to be exposed to before being are dandies See what btyle columns of iug h phate before the would be purchaser New York papers say about them In ounce and const addition to the above named goods which water Ipbnric a hj we look with so much sat-- are havent space to mention only briefly laid alum should on upon vou can get Laundred Unlaundred and d first every effort to- Woolen Shirts Collars Cuffs Socks Tow Handkerchiefs I nibrcllas Neckwear in the im- I under the bandage profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other B ment of 11 next t articles too numerous to mention inc shipping u id boxes We now bid vou come and see HORTICULTURAL NOTES 1 rwett box our attractive goods Attractie prices which aim at Fit x re-A i l safer transnor- - W1T Mliixi hamuk that tell their own tale of cheapness Attation by means of doing away with tractive bargains bound to please every prt of the jar shake ups and hard buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all ks report comes from The use of springs is really the first The Square Dealing House that should suggest itself in such ident Smith of Itural a i emergency but it is only very re- Â¬ nat in cently that some of our fruit growers - no fertilizer that have hit upon this idea We are quito BOGGS 1 with on potatoes or the Star Spring Uox ex hibited by Dr Van Dusen at the last tea Sccessors to Wallace Rice ildew among enem ig of the Western New York Hor- Â¬ 14 an in- - ticultural Society The wire handle of lie best way to ap- - each box in packing and transit servos the paurpoaea of a spring real well no R r in what position the crate may lime - iieli a box adaptd for putting up Id lie grapes cherries plums and similar hown in tlio accompanying n the r ition Tig L In Fig 2 we illus flits dew 1 roved Berry rateSpor 0 eases AT- i whch is prv v i d e d with 11 do so wel in all springs in tho D of tho vinos crate and upon Min- which the fruit 100 Main St Richmond Ky after tho I crate is filled will thus obviating lly go without Alo a full line of the purest Fi rFRKV crati all injury from and fresliL t downward jars with MlMNCs Haasi lis experience Altogether we think that the efforts soda on ring improved do vicos for the DREGS CHEMICALS n old bed in its fifth purpose o securing safety in transpor Â¬ tation should not yet stop here Popu Â¬ tended to plow it up the lar Qatdewina Good Insectivorous Itlrda but other matters and the bed was in an ex- The following birds are to bo cl ndition and rather foul with among the most helpful kinds in the and sorrel The effect was warfare against insects Rob SUNDRIES ug for this bod for an acre and a r cut and othor earth worms PJKRFUMERY Qulrter from which I ardly Swallows night hawks and purple mar-Â¬ f bar tins for moth catchers Iewees fo BRUSHES rtaa Variety ascent with fertilizing striped cucumber bugs Wood thrushes SOAPS icc rows of Wilson Sharpeless and others and wrens for cut worms Cat birds for a best tent caterpillar The crop was nearly as i Meadow larks wood - on moist the plat had an nd crows for wire worms bottom land naturally fertile ISlue tbroated buntings for canker worms Ulack red winged birds jiys AKiMof the sale of orang rehouseid be sold doves pigeons and chippies strawber- Â¬ PAINTS OILS by weight the price per pound should ry pests Quail for chinch bugs locusts WHITE LEAD c be based on tb for moths upon per Hawks all box This would avoid any differences night birds etc tanagers and black by keeping different crops winged summer red birds curculios There may also be mentioned the fol- Â¬ ate at packing houses The on russets should be different from that lowing insect pst destroyers Nut on brights and rules should be crackers fly catchers chimney swifts Mabeu luying and selling indigo birds chipping ad song spar A box of SO or rows black birds mocking birds orÂ¬ ason not so desirable to the jobber or r- - chard orioles Orange Judd Farmor A competent Pharmacist the higher the Wholesale Murders of Infants to compound prescriptions er has to make his price to obtain During tin- y week tho bodies of the same price per box that he does for eight murdered infants have been found of 150 to ttt emu POWERS being un- - iu Memphis Tenn and tho discoveries have been of a most ghastly natur 10 small for anj but peddlers or tue cheap trade anc far the authorities have taken no stops SrccEssoRs to C E Smith u 39 29 sold for less The 1U to 23t to capture the murderers The newspaan investigation r full pers are demanding count should be rag and all off sizes tC and lit 2V and calling upon the officials to either and oOO and upward- be sold at a take some action toward bringing the villains to justice or resign A mass Jaaa price Western KaraL ng of citizens to raise funds to iite the investigation is being agi Â¬ ANCIENT GREEK RACE tated and meets with much favor i 1 Â¬ OUTLOOK FOR SHEEP Better lroapecu la Sirht for Tboae Fo- gag ad in Sheap Husbandry The sheep men of the United States are expecting letter things for the in- Â¬ dustry than for a number of years They ae not expecting this on blind luck They propose to work and earn the diversifying of sheep husbandry into divisions has begun each oi itself being a distinct part of the whole the wool grower feels he is not contending with the whole world and p owner in the United The mutton raisers feel their own Independence so well established that while in no sense disregarding the value of fleeces they feel that their prosperity does not entirely depend on the wcol product though it is a help to them The mutton lamb raisers are tho most Belf reliaaU and best able to take care o thi The sheep feeders have had a very satisfactory period of prosp rity and in view of the marvelous demand for fat sheep and tho indications for the future they will mako lhan heretofore to fur- Â¬ nish the market with better finished sheep Th farmers are taking kindly to sheep again as a special business for one or other of the purposes for which thor - are bred ougho for feeding sheer for mutton lambs for finishing sheep that can be bought as stoekors Thesj different branches of the inducement- - and op- Â¬ portunities for keeping small flocks on every farm The farmers of the rich prair growing regions had abandoned rally on account of the low prices of wool With the present prices for meat it is found that mutton can oe made cheaper than any other meat and as a factor of fertility on the farm the sheep has the preference over all other domestic animals is a fact that sheep be-Â¬ long to our civilization and people have an inherent love for them as an animal so iriportint and invaluable to human wan is and comforts There must how Â¬ ever be something more than senti- Â¬ ment to Insure the keeping of sheep and when the flesh and fleece are profitable products they will find a place on eveiy acre of land they can subsist upon When this shall be the case instead of a rivalry between the ranch and the farri between the grain fields and tho paeiures there will be a mutual depen- Â¬ dence and harmony insuring prosper- Â¬ ity to all Ilural New Yorker Â¬ busi--plend- id -Â¬ filUGE I Boots Sliocs -- K Caps ta II UJ1YC AL fin 10 Yes D Hals m EILLEO WITH BRIGHT 1 T THE FINEST LINE ANI BEITS FDBnSBIIB FOR THE OOSS Summer Seasoni It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our SI MMER STOCK We entered the tnaikct P signalize the coming season by a stock which in its magnitude should mark an event in We have the history of all opening succeeded bevond our expectations The goods are now in and placed on the shelves We can show you the largest selection of WITH NEWEST GOODS Better Goods Largest Variety and Lowest Prices EVERY were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all Hardware j OP- - STOVES DEPARTMENT IS m GO I Tinware and Cutlery IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE BY Ladies9 Ladies 3 Shoes Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better goods at lower trices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the W C FITZPATRICK justice of inspecting our new Spring stock No matter how high the plane of your desires WE CAN SUIT YOU For square dealing best goods biggest assortment and MILLHUFF BOSH PERFECT CO In all styles prices and grades ever brought to this market cheaper than were ever known We recommend them to the trade Our line of Latest Styles Youre COME talk Spriijf1 and SEE US VOL- Made Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a Shoes in all Styles especially for us by Ziegler Bros REMEMBER Just as Welcome as HITHER COME 10 LOOK OR BUT RK PL0WS PLOWS 2 and 250 LADIES SHOE COVNGTON S2JJO We have added to this line which for style and durability has no equal We have the largest stock of W Main Street Near Hotel Glvnd on MITCHELL Wo have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW wind is the best plow made Buy it try it ami you cant deaj also handle the Mens Boys Shoes i Our Summer Styles Are ITow Heady Big Injun Plow Which is the best Sulky Plov in the market and the MOLLS E TONGUE AND TONGUE LESS CULTIVATORS THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL Is the best made we carry a large stock of them Your Careful Inspection Is Requested WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF BACK BANDS HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES AND LINES Also full sets oi And everything necessary to hitch up CROOKE BENNETT URMSTON Wagon HARNESS HANDLE VlL KINDS OF Farming and Garden Implements AVK And the CELEBRATED BUCKEYE REAPERS and MOWERS on hand for inspection fF We keepCARTS that roll the the best ROAD DRY GOODS AND MERCHANT TAILORING a number o WA pikes N WALLACE suit you Specialty tSTin Rooffing aPrices and we Call and see our Goods and W C will FITZPATRICK CO 1 ADAMS -- Microbe Killer THE NEWEST V HATS Main Street Richmond Ky POM HAGANS I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAIN MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP Or m tP4AI rrtlt1l afv-tROCK ISLAND m 10000 WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER i - AM TThat Can le Had t TOILET ARTICLES A LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion The Latest Styles in Goods and Make 1 GREAT REDUCTION IN SPRING GOODS Ladiat Dongola Shoe Ladiei Dongola Sh Miaaai Dongola Short Misses Con goU Shoes m rftgfiai - - 0r Lr z Z Patent Medicines - 2 Whip-poor-wil- ls 30O BRILLS SHOES This new and excellent 250 shoe is equal to any 350 shoe It grows more and more popular day by day Everybody likes it that tries it For men and women Everv pair ilis 225 Gents Brills 175 Boys THE CHICAGO PACIFIC RAILWAY - t2no - Calf Shoes STATIONERY School 13oolits 250 a i Inflllfilna main linA0 VMHkn Missouri River To all points East North and Northwest from Kansas Davenport Des via T Spirit Lake Pipestone Moines Chicago and Falls ALBERT rWorthinrton Minneapolis St Paul and intervening to win Siovix citue itWot--tho and U I jTi1ir6CxTr0wte ln connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati 7 Nashville and Eastern and Southern points convermnir at Kan naa City it also constitutes ARik IsJA I guaranteed 30- - M it HJGH Â¬ w A BROTHER -- FraiMY P Bring Success Â¬ Hi we always keep a full and complete stock by buying all the year round new goods being received daily Prices on every Original Package Liquor In Iowa Seizures of original package liquor thing never so low as now Midwere made in Iowa immediately on the prices on everything by the President of tho new law summer signing tt Attorneys for the saloon men claim they We can save you money on everyare illegal as the Iowa law against such importations was set aside by the to thing in the line of Paints Oils preme Court decision and that the new Varnishes Brashes Jhits Wall National law does not operate to restore Papers Window Shades Picture tae annulled State law Frames Mouldings Curtains Kill id While Raxing Hay Poles Carpels Etc See our 50 While Howard th son of John McDowell of S cent Shade no Spring Roller comCreek near Parkersburg W Va was It is a dandy and as cheap raking hay the horse became friphtin plete ened and threw the boy in front of tho as dirt Wc know that we will rake Several of the teeth feas the Christian religion tbotgh the boys skull into the brainpenetrated have to offer you big inducements inflicting water the pleasure of the Moslem conÂ¬ mortal wounds to secure your trade and we proquest they nominally adopted Moham pose to offer you everything in medanism Thirty years ago they for Doable Murderer Surrenders mally declared themselves Christians William Jenkins arrived Sunday our line at from 20 to 25 per cent but on the other hand many of them morning from his ranch sixty mile bear Mohammedan names and in eery from Colville Wash and surrendered lower than ever offered in this village there is a mosque As Chris dan to the authorities He stated that he market before We mean what subjects in the Ottoman Empire tbey had killed two men Win Daly and Ben are exempt from military servic jamin Shaw in a dispute over a horse we say so call early and get ing a head tax instead and the anoma trade Jenkins claims that ho acted Eyer alive to in choice of bargains lous position these people hold fre- - self defense the wants of the people tlj causes difficulties with thi an convicts Attempt to Escape ies Their local customs diaVery Respectfully The convicts in the shoe shop of the lects traditions and mixed reljgon Massachusetts prison at Charlestown oBr an interesting Held for investija- - made GEO M WILLG1KG a desperate and united effort to adstady Phrenological Joun ai V JND l80 ae guards 42 41 Jtl Â¬ Â¬ f Xenuphou holdirr liT jr little essays sent to tho State Department tho Consuls of the Cnitcd btates occasionally leave tho beaten track of commercial statistics and plic us a little ethnical study Consul Jewet t in discussing tho Turkish province of Tre hi rTid refers to the ei istence of a peculiar colony of people residing in this region who havo a claim upon the attention of every student of too classics lie ays Sotao forty miles south of Trehizond there Is a com- Â¬ munity which Is highly interesting to student of history and of sociology When the ten thousand on the 1a mous retreat by Xenophon passed through this country a portion of tto army was cut off from tho main boiy nd left behind They were wjil treated by tho surrounding tribes m termaniod with them and settled dorn permanently in a community of thir own The people now living in the dis Â¬ trict referred to included in some nne Tillages claim to be the direct descend- Â¬ ants of those soldiers of Xenoplon Their language is Urcck and thoy i ro avuta A Trlow Claiming to Be Direct of Mm Draoaw Aeronaut Killed Charles Cosgrove an aeronaut was In stantly killed at Portland Ore while Cos- making a parachute deseension made a successful ascension in a balloon to the height of 1000 feet at which distance the parachute was loos- Â¬ ened When about JOG feet from tho ground he lost his hold and fell landing on a paved street He was mangled almost beyond recognition MPOPE po w EL 1YAZOOt RECORD 2M2TA w3ff8i THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER JJtL1111 UTmsportation iit3iSver8esJvaetaroa3 of richest farming and razing lands ln Wo speediest most popular and economical systemtho to and from all citiaa towns and sections in Kansas Co of FREE Reclining Chair Cars bstwen y oJn laS Ternary Hutchinson ani Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Dodge City and and Hutchinson KBanrt p5oi rl4tJ J nS1 SISf l10 f tol11 FRFFBiSf -- TO YUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL Certainly We offer the services of TAZ00 tm the season of County Kentucky at ljo at Silver Creek Madison WHILST other stocks arc incnm FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT- - Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled Marcs kept and tried regularly on grass at ten cents a day grain fed if desired at reasonable rate- Will take every care to prevent accidents or escapes bat will not be Hlliliiilili for either Yazoo is by Earoli sire of Maul S 208i and 26 more 230 porforaors Sleepers and CHANGE to Pg113 aod Pieblo makinir stops only at Important in n Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at con- himish cleiicioa It BeasonaDie hou and at moderate and prices THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE 0arden of tho Gods Cascade Green Palllrii0 mountain parks mining carapa and cities Mountain sanitary and scenic attractions of 6olorado Vtihufn Itt 14n are fQPPed with every modern improvement id that c0110010110 comfort and luxurious enloymju at terminal cities in Colorado an Union vfCr8e connections Qrande n fS S Colorado Midland uenver Texil and Port Worth and all other diverging lines Union Paciflc Mapsi P8 Tale3 Folders copies of the Western Trail ttssued monthly or further dosired lnformtiorT E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN General Hsaaaaajt CHICAGO II I Oarl Ticket I - rlamalmptltor8 in splendor or equipment cool in summer from dust m winter well ventUoted and free warmed TpIk S tf and St- J9P daily on amval of trains from the Bast MACNIF1CENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS - SoKf Tt eieaniPaF Coaches Pullmau Palace Cars- BUNNINO THROUGH WITHOUT Joh PJPeak htnMSl ina ods thirteen-year-ol- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sold a remarkably large num- Â¬ GEORGETOWN ber of bis celebrated Deering Organized 1874 All Steel Twine Reapers and Hinders and has a supply of the ALL STEEL MOWERS that are going off rapidly Yolande lam of Yuba record ISajW while in foal and Yazoo 2274 by iie of Nutwood and thirty two more in 2o lit 2nU dam Younj Portia dam of Voltaire record 220 and sire of Ressiraere -- I3 Hymen 228 trial Portion record 235 and sire of Minnesota Record -V CAR Uulde Harold two mile record in 504 in England Consuela trtal 2jo1 dam of Con TO t naucht record 2211 Nora Lee trial in J Chief sire of Lady Thorn dam by Roebuck a pacer 3rd 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred Commencing July ist there will be esThe above pedigree shows YZ00 to le superbly bred Harold Belmont Mrmbri no Chief his sire grand sire and great grand sire are each illustrious sires tablished through line of tirst class Ves Yolande tibuied Pullman and Wagner Sleeping oung Portia his dun and grand dam are illustrious matrons with a pacing thorough b Cars daily between Cincinnati Davton bred foundation where can you lieat it Toledo Detroit MacVinaw City and al fWUook now open Address us at Silver Creek liadisoa county Kv principal resorts of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan via the C H ft D R R S BURNAM 43- CO and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleepers will be attached to U ing Cincinnati at ooo p m d i Saturday retur 9 a m daily except Suuday The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets via this route composed of such favorable and well kn the Cincinnati Hamilton i Dajton R R and Michigan Central Ry must be appar- Â¬ ent to all first class travel can offer such advantages as t dations and route allowing stop t Toledo and Detroit then com JAB E CANTRILL President Z THOMSON ShtaLtv W journey to the most lovely resorts o Db 8 F GANO Med Director American continent Dr C W HARDIN Gen Agt For pamphlets pertaining to Calls attention to its Lvel Premium Plan of Insurance Policy rompt and Reliable Paid up insurance given and liberal terms of Island and other summer retorts n via this line write to any agent tancy of life thus providing disability clause iu old of Policies H fc D R R or to E -except for fraud or non payment of premium No rLtrlctio mirk General Passenger and T travel or occupation Policies nou forfeilable after Wee anauaj Ipaj 1 47 awn 20o West O Belmont J at stanudam ist 300 BRYANT THROUGH STRATTON Business College LINE BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY The at the drug Richmond Tes low ntv Bible t - 2Si aK MACKINAC - n Stockton ft E umber of Bi in them at e ivc them and propose to out the con the poor o ed ai T UCRUTCHERl LYMA W B Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society KENTUCKY nv viiH Mew livery aad Sale Sialsls We m1 Assets 5675040 a uew atui ami ek I HORSES - HITCHED OH FED BasMte S Tneontt iSldJ I taorses aii