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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m L I Xi fepgfe-g- - rtfh rlX f -a H r VOLUME ATTOKNEYK gy1 IV t-- RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 27 1890 are identtflcally and Dj Hr prepared earef oily btruts Stofki prwrilaUiM used for many years 2 pnvaie nraeitcc via saomwanrl tarmrr years used by - I I 1 11BIA I A THRILLING svv w h iteffiaa5g1 It l jgi n 1 0jCjOO0 gSg- NUMBER 11 iF y h T II1 HlltXAM - Humphreys 1 THE ANGEL OF DEATH Darts Down From Mass of Rlack and Angry Clouds at IVIIkesbarre Pa Many Houses Laid Low and the Oceu- - A POWDER EXPLOSION By Which One Han Is Killed and Two Others Injured Three Men Fatally and BIDE FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS Washinctoh Aug 18 Senatt Mr Quay gave formal notice of his Intention to ask the Eenote to adopt the order proposed by htm last Saturday to commence votin on the tariff bill on the 30th of Augu 1 and to postpone until next Msion all other legislative business except the classes of bills therein specified Tbe notice went over until to aiorrow The Senate then proceeded to the consideration of the defl- - I clency bill The amendments appropr atlna an 4396SS for the payment of the agEresrate of French spollstlon claims were agreed to yeas SI nays 12 The deficiency appropriation bill was considered and pasd Mr Edmunds of- fred a reciprocity amendment to the tariff bill The tariff bill was taken up and considered until 6 p m when the Senate aetjourncd Horss J R Cuaimers the KepuuiiCir cor SStaM for the seat occupied ky Jam s B Mor- gan from the Peconl Mississippi District was sjllowed to state hts case to the Hoeise to day in an hour and a half s speech and then he was allowod to retire leaving the Dem crutlc mem- bcr in possession This action was the resent of the report of the Commence on Pri nnd Elections on the Chnlmrs Morgan esses which derlnrod that it was not proven bv tho record that Chalmers wag elected nor thst Morcan was not but It was proven ttiat the election In question was characterized by frauds disgraceful to our civilization and such as to call for severe animadversion on tbe part of every honest man vVashikoton Mr Au H Sbxate Quays resolution to take a vote on the tariff so went over bill on August Mr Plnmbs res olution to prohibit the tale and drinking of liquor In the Senate wing went over The tar iff bill was discussed Mr Hoar gave notice of two amendments to the Quay re dilution one for ordering the previous question and the other providing for three days dlserussion of the Federal election bill after the passage of the tariff bill Horss The Nat McKay bill was finally passed The alien land bill was taken up nnd discussed In the morning hour Mr Cannon re ported a resolution which was adopted setttnz apart We lneday Thursday and Saturday of this week anil Tueselay and WednesiUv of next for hills from the Committee on Agricul ture The agricultural cllee bill was passed and the House sdjo irned -- Skis ate The Quay Washimotosj Aug resolution and the Hoar amendments wore taken up A motion to refer the resolution and amendments to the Committee on Rules was discussed until noon when tho tariff bi came np ss the regular order The tariff bill was considered and one page disposed of Amend ments to the meat inspection bill was agreed to ana the agricultural college bill passed At 010 p m the Senate adjouruod Hersr The House took up the meat Inspection bill Mr Funston iKan chairman ofthe Committee on Agriculture said that It was proposed by this mess ureto open foreicn ports to American meats By opening theve ports millions ond millions of foreign gold wodd be brought Into the country and would relieve the embarrass d cinrtlt on of all class s of In dustry Mr Morgan eMis offered an amend ment brcglnp lard within tbe operations of the bill Lost yeas 41 nays 121 Mr Sayres Tex offered an amendment providing that Texas fever shall not be consdepcd as a con tagions or Infectious disease Lost St to U7 The bll was ihn passed The House then proceeded under the sp eial order to the consideration of the bill defining lard With out disposing of the measure the House ad Â¬ 1 v 1 TIIE C05D10NWEALTH Tue Senate has passed tho House bill granting a pensien of f0 a month to ture At Hazard Mrs Theoelora M Piatt eif Covington widow of the late Major Ben M Piatt It now goes to the lYeatietil for signa- Â¬ TTORNE YS Hi HMOXI A - TL A W KSXTICKY Ilurnauis Baililinp First CO f A Si LL1YAN TTORNE Y rM - A T LA - IV Richmond Kkntlcky oc-- Strt et siime as formerly ounty Juin Miller ELL RXEY AT LAW RlCIIMOSD - KENTUCKY PfTlre on Siesiifd Street DENTAL rSUUGEKY K A WILKES SMITH VESTAL SURGEON Rhhmond eifflce Kfnticky Oroct 3- Smlili Ruililliic Main Street M lo 411 If irnclice littiil il to dentistry ll r - J iimce Bank MORGAN RICIIMOXD DDS KEXTUCKY 3- Main 8lreel over Madison Kntional - KLBY W IOXD ifflce -- BURG IX Kentucky y- DEXTIST tersn W CREED D D S Over ralacc Iry Uootls e tore on ireet formerly occupied by Dr Kes - J KIRKS I ILLS KEXTUCKY done iKrtamliK to tile profession nilies lit Flnnell residence Everything - PHYSICIANa POYNTZ PII i SI CI A X A XD S I RGEOX Kentucky Richmond DR J M pants Killed Tuesday afternoon a terrible cyclone struck Wilkesbarro Pa The sudden- Â¬ ness of its coming is one of its most aw- Â¬ ful features The heavens were as black t or nusciFAi ana Fevers Conrcslloti lntbunmatlnn as night and the wind blew with most Worm Fever Worm CIlc mi trylar OellrorTeethlnor Adults of Infants frightful velocity Whole rows of trees Diarrhea of Children wore blown down Following this hun Â¬ nyseatery Ortplng Bllkms Colic taelera CtliL lsronchlUt Merbas Vomltaur dreds of houses were unroofed partially taachs blown over or completely demolished earalala Toothache Paceacne Headaches MrkHeadacbe Vertigo l and worso than all the visitation of Dyspeaala BlMotu Stomach 3 Ss saressed or Palatal Periods 2 death was sent upon a number tjc prof ose Periods Whiles of people Creaii Ooofth DUBeoltBreathlmt H0w many were allied Sail Kheam Erysipelas trupn Is not known at this time Largo Khcamatlsut Kkeaaistt Fever and Acne Chflls MaA districts in several sections of tbo Till a Pilea rili In Catarrh Iufluensa Violent Onllesd 30 city are in almoin to ruin The damage Whocpine Coach Coughs will reach hundreds of thousands of tcncral Debt in Physical Weakness Kidney Disease dollars Passenger trains and locomo- Â¬ NffTtii llrbiliij J rinary Wrnkness WcitlnKPed tives at the depot were blown over and Diseases of the Heart Ilpttistkia every wire in tbo city cloctric light tel Â¬ Sold by Drogcists or sent postpaid on receipt ephone and telegraph is down Tho Of price Pa llmrnmi Ihnrii 11 psges rli hly nnnnd In clth and gold mailed five devastation is to bo compared with HawiphrcvsMedicliienl FutKn St K T nothing in tho memory of tho oldest in- Â¬ Every body is rejoicing that habitant no fires have as yet followed for tho strcots are impassable with trees and fallen buildings ALL RECORDS BROKEN gines could not bo and the en- Â¬ drawn through them The total death loss With the change of time taking effect so far as ascertained is twelve Four May iS 1890 men are known to have been killed in the Hazard Wiro Hope Works A house Solid on Scott street occupied by miners who OF T1IK bad just returned from work fell in and three of the inmates wcro killed The huge stack of tho Kytle planing mill fell on a man and two horses and all were killed A little colored Will be scheduled so as to pro ide the best girl was killed by a falling building on South Main stroot Two men suf- Â¬ and quickest service ever offered fered death by tho falling of a por- Â¬ between the tion of Stegmaiers brewery and a third incurred the same fate through the almost complete demolition of S L Prowns handsome brick business block on East Market street Many poor peo Â¬ ple have suffered heavy losses and it will be months before all the damage Tiie Southwestern Limited can be repaired One hundred tin roof- Â¬ ers have been telegraphed for and building mechanics of all kind can find The finest train in America equipped with employment there for weeks to come an Elegant Dining car Service runs as it is known that fully 200 buildings daily between have been blown down or otherwlso A later dispatch says tho damaged St Louis Cincinnati number of dead may reach one hundred sec named eirl nw hw or redoetne the system and aivTu f5ct and deed the verelta ressedlesaf iheWorld i core ror the disease QfK Pnre WHhnut tbepeopia Every slncle Sne- i ill Charles Seidel of Cincinnati employed at the Dupont Powder Works four miles beyond Blue Island a small suburban town near Chicago was trying to open a can of powder with a file An explosion followed by which Seidel was killod three others fatally injured and twelvo severely Seven of the injured wero taken 1o Blue Island and three wero taken to Chicago The remaining six lived near the scene of the explosion Those taken to the qftj were Georgo Wells of Cincinnati badly burned about the face and arms will recover E B Burk Cincinnati terribly burned about the face legs and arms recovery doubt- Â¬ ful The third man whose name is un- Â¬ known was so badly burned that his associates could not even recognize him Ho will probably die The building was completely wrecked Oar Filled With Passengers Flica Twelve Badly Hart About six oclock Thursday morning Down the Mountain Side Making a Distance of Five Miles In Almost a Flash Fonr Passengers KUled First Session and Eighteen Injured Some Fatally horrible accident occurresd Friday afternoon on the Mount Penn Gravity railroad a mountain route encircling Mount Penn eight hundred feet above the city of Reading The road was A taken from a point on the out Â¬ skirts of the city to the top Gf of five a distance the mountain miles On returning the cars were opened five months ago The cars were SPECIFI CS A TERRIBLE Of a RESULT The Vestibule Trains Big Four Route EAST WEST NORTH SOUTH YVInd Storm Four Persons Killed Three Fatally Injured Others Leas So and One Missing During a heavy storm which prevail- Â¬ ed in the vicinity of Philadelphia about 7 oclock Thursday evening tho south- Â¬ ern wall of the stable and car sheds tho square bounded by occupying Twelfth and Thirteenth streets and Susquehanna and Dauphin avenues used by the Tenth and Eleventh and Twelfth and Sixteenth streets passenger rail Â¬ ways was blown down carrying a por- Â¬ tion of the roof with it and smashing a number of cars Four persons were killed outright three moro so danger- Â¬ ously wounded that they aro not ex Â¬ pected to recover threo others were less seriously injured and one is missing and probably dead Twenty or more horses were killed THOUSAND ISLANDS BLAZE The rnrk Hotel and Twenty Bnildlnc Iiestroyed at the St Lawrence Summer Manas Onco Second Street next to Whites Drug 3- AND - New York VIA THE Boston Central E R ANOTHER DISASTER W EYAXS M D Richmond PHVSICIAX AXD SURGEON Kentucky Great 4 Trck HT Offlre Second Street HT J TAYLOU ia Medicine and Sargery Practitioner Richmond ifflee SI ire Klxiukv 3- Landing passengers at Grand Central Sta tion in the heart of New ork C itv from which point street cars and elevated railroads can be taken to any part of the citv No change of cars to Hot ton The South western Limited makes direct connection in tnion Depots with through trains from all western and southern cities Second Street over Dykes Urorery - Absolutely no Ferry Transfer The most complete Vestibuled Trains on the American Continent run daily between JOHN M FOSTER PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON Kentucky Richmond R npslHlis residence treek Avenue Office MhIii Street t CINCINNATI TICKETS -- via the- CHICAGO n xt ilnor to Uixims cor Minn and lata 3- Ask for - - BIG FOUR ROUTE 1 r sKxsMirn White Hall -- m - d Oscar S- i- B PlirSlCIAX AXD SURGEOX oiim1 Genl Passenger Aijent G MARTIN OHIO Mirkav Traffic Manager Kentucky ea - CINCINNATI services to I lie lie JK LETCHER PHVSICIAX AXD SURGEOX SM MADISON Mcnumental Works RICHMOND KY KlVUlKV offlco Sin IMi liiitldlng Main Street 28- - BRIGHT M I PHVSICIAX AXD SURGEON Kentucky Richmond W lift of llif litiuiiin lioity litis and uien In iiiirros4oicnl Unlils tissues and ions Hnil MhIii BIT I on I a JIi i s ROLTOIf Homeopathic Physician Richmond nffir - af end Sargeon - JniH - VsfatH bVK - Kentucky over D M Hrntlits H Special attention M in I to 4im f women and all ilitfl to diseases Kviii Im lent treated at a dis enlt chronic cases tance an I Horn opal tile medicine sent to anv 81 tress Â¬ Railroad Wreck on the Old Colony Ronte Near Roston Fifteen People Killed and Others Hying From Their Wounds The Woods Uoll express which left Woods Hall Mass Tuesday afternoon for Ilo ton just beyond Presidents bridge from some at pros nt unknown cause the engine left tbo track and plunged into an Mbankment twelve feet hijrh and was buried upon one side Tho tender baggage car smoker and Pullman passed by the engine and wero stretched along for a ince of one hundred feet beside the track Tho foremost passenger coach left the and rails its foremost truck swerved to the left and plunged dia- Â¬ gonally through tho car floor Tho car then fell upon its left side upon the engine Tho lower forward portion was torn to pieces and of the passengers in tho car some fifty in number many wero thrown to the rear corner from which eleven dead bodies were after Â¬ ward taken The escaping steam and smoke from tho engine instantly filled tho car so that those within could seo nothing either within or without Car No 230 was the principal scene of death and aiiiy and the experiences of tho unlucky occupants were probably never exceeded in horror and suTorinr in any railroad wreck of recent years It was noticeable that tho dead number moro men than women and that there will bo about as many dead as seriously injured Twelve bodies were taken out the last being recovered at 34r three have died since and five more may die making twenty probablo deaths as the result There are about twenty five on the list of injured and some whom are not seri Â¬ ously wounded are at the hospital Tho most unfortunate party was tho family of Oscar Fennoly of Louisville Ky His wife three children mother and maid wcro in tho party His mother was killed outright two of his children havo since died at the hospital his wife is so seriously injured that sho may die at any moment and his other child and the maid are both injured Resort The Thousand Island Park Hotel five cottages and a store on ThousandIsland Park St Lawrence river burned Thurs- Â¬ day merning No lives wore lost but it is reported that some guests were in- Â¬ jured The loss will reach S150000 The fire caught from the stove in tho kitchen of the hotel The lack of hose with which to fight tho fire was the cause of failure to check tho flames when first discovered About twe buildings were destroyed Pat Harris Death The death of Patrick Harris the well known theatrical manager which oc-Â¬ curred at Bay Shore L I Wednesday was not due to natural causes but re- Â¬ sulted from a pistol shot wound Inflict- Â¬ ed by himself Tbo relatives tried to conce il the facts but it leaked out Thurs- Â¬ day that he was alone in his room at the time He has been much depressed recently on account of ill health Farmers National Congress Arrangements are now complete for tho of allowed to go down tho mountain by gravity by way of another routo to the point of starting Friday after- Â¬ noon a car containing about twenty fivo passengers were taken from the station to the top of the mountain On top of tho mountain there is a high stono tower are where tho passengers allowed to alight to enjoy the scenery for thirty miles around When the tower was reached the point where tho gravity portion of the road commences tho engine was detached Thocaratonce started and ran away with the passen Â¬ gers still on board Tho distance to tho point of starting is five miles and it is estimated that this was covered by tho runaway ear in about three minutes the car attained a fearful rate of speed estimated at eighty miles an hour It remained on the track to the foot of the plane going around all the curves whilo the passengers shrieked in their fright and several jumped off When the car reached the station at tho foot of the plane it Jumped the track and rolled down a fifty foot em- Â¬ bankment where it landed upside down with the passengers imprisoned in- Â¬ side Tho greatest excitement pre- Â¬ vailed and soon a large crowd gathered Doctors and tbo ambulance were sent for and tho dead and in- Â¬ jured removed The dead wero found to number four The list of injured num- Â¬ bers eighteen some fatally Superin- Â¬ tendent C M Dechart gives as tho cause of the accident the refusal of tho brake to work properly It was a new brake and was being experimented with Tho car was splintered into kindling wood and the escape of a single passenger is miraculous j ACTORS FIGHT Perils of Playing In West Tirglnla Tho Performers Flung Into the Klver There was a serious and bloody riot at a performance given by tho Sunny South Theatrical Company at Ceredo W Va particulars of which have just been received Oc man was shot and over a dozen wro badly beaten up while the floating theater in which tho trouble occurr was badly wrecked Tho trouble was inaugurated by a number of tough young men who persisted in insulting the people upon the stage During the second act three of the per- Â¬ formers loft the stage with clubs and attacked several of their tormentors Tho three men were atonco overpowered by tho audience and cruelly beaten The remainder of the company went to whon some one their assistance turned out the lights Pandemoni- Â¬ um at once broke loose and every man began an onslaught on bis neigh- Â¬ bor in the dark while women screamed and men called for help Tho polico arrived and deputized a number of citi- Â¬ zens to aid in quelling tho riot but this only made matters worse and soon re- Â¬ volver shots began to echo around tho hall Finally the crowd charged onto the stage after the performors who wero unceremoniously fung into the river where they were stonod in the darkness Every ono of the police and show pooplej wore badly wounded by stones and tho condition of soveral is serious dt Â¬ entertainment al Congress which will meet in Council Bluffs la August 30 to 29 The dele- Â¬ gates will bo tendered an excursion to Denver and the Rocky mountains at the conclusion of the Congress Over 600 delegates have signified their intention of attending The Congress promises to be tho largest yet held the Farmers Nation- Â¬ of Scbwya have The authorities of tho Swiss canton Exit Billy Toll issued positive orders prohibiting the oftold and generally ac 3eptel narrative of Wm Tell from bo lag taught in tho public schools as a part of Swsis history The order treats the narrativo of Tell and Gesslor as pure fiction for which there is not a suspicion of historical founelation James Jeffrey Roche will be selected as editor of the Boston Pilot as succes- Â¬ sor to tho late John Boyle- OReilly Mr Roche is now ono of the editors of the paper and ho and Mr OBeilly wero tho stanchest of friends and co workers - 0Blllys Succssaor Chtckamanga Park BUI a Law The President has signed tho bill for the establishment of a military park at the battle field of CbickamaUga aLaaktValmaDPRlML - A VILL AGE WIPED OUT Kammerville Arthur Pay Th Niagara Fals Harror who is in jail at Wolland Â¬ 11S J KNXIXOS - vV C1IB80N Physicians and Surgeons Richmond Kentucky offloe Main street shoe store over Wallace ft Wee jI iI E ADLTZ PHVSICIAX AXD SURGEON Kentucky Richmond Offlce jjtii W Main Street tult Building upsUdre Bumam A Ifli J M BLACK PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON C5- RrD House Ky HAS BOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE sp dally OFFICE Next onrM Climax llingham baldlng Richmond Ky Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a office DiHÂ¬ Fa Visited by a Cyclone Terrllile Fxperience of a Train A special from Scranton to tho Phila- Â¬ delphia Times says that trainmen of in Â¬ coming trains report that the village of -- Summervillo thirty miles west of Scran- Â¬ ton was struck by tho tornado Tuesday afternoon and totally annihilated En- Â¬ and grade of Monurnental Work from gineer Win Fisher in giving an ac- Â¬ the smallest stone to the most count of his trains experience whilo passing through the tornado said tho engine was lifted from the track tho cab was blown off and all the windows in the cars wero crushed in by tho terri Â¬ ble force of tho wind Two of tho train STATUARY hands 7 iv aarioaalj injured Any defi OR MOST ELABORATE nite account of tho storm or the dam ago done by it is difficult to obtain as Our prices compete with city houses all the wires to tho west of Philadelphia wero down DcMgns furnished on application Dangerou3 Counterfeit Circulating Native Marble Look out for a now counterfeit ten Imported dollar bill on the Germania Hank of and GRANITE always on hand Call New Orleans The bill is series R No and see me Wil5To and is one of tho finest bills over sprung by counterfeiters Only ex- Â¬ perts can tell it at a glance It is almost Proprietor perfect but a comparison of the red ink on tho number with the same on a gen- Â¬ uine bill will show up the bad one Every Character Ont on the charge eif having murdered bis wife by pushing her over the Ni agara Falls embankment says sho fell Dver as sho was picking goeiseberrios Ther is no bushes anywhere near the ipot where the woman went down to her icatl executfve session and afterwards adjourned HotSB Several bridge bills were passed The river and harbor bill with Senate amendments was reported but went over on a point oforel r The lull to oeljiist clghthotir cnlms was resumeel in the morning hour and gave way to the bill eieflmng lard which was consid ered until adjournment WASiiijtrTon Aug 21 Senate Mr Plumbs resolution to prohibit the sale of liquors In the Senate restaurant was taken up but in the absence of Its author It went over till to morrow without action and the tariff was taken up re K Paragraph bill tatlng to shotguns was paMfl over Informally Mr AMnch stating that the Finance Comin t tec had socio modifications of it uneler m n slderatlon A number of amendments were ofwere Re fered and reject agreed to until Paragraph ISO wis reached which was on motion of Mr Aldricb amended Bullion of cold silver or other so as to read metal not specially provided for twenty five Iltiv ng ranched the per cent ail valorem paragraph as to lead or the Semite adjourned Hot B Mr Buticrworth Oi submitted the report on the bill making the conference an for increased statical appropriation LORD BUYING A force to carry ont the provisions of law pension and it tt s Hungarians In Pittsburgh TTho Are Beady dependent Mr Henderson 111 snbmltied to Pny For a Husband and Tills For Their agreed to of the Committee on R vers and the report Daughter Harbors on the Senntn amendments to the A Hungarian family in Pittsburgh in river and harbor bill recommcnlin7 in these amendments and agreeing to willing to pay a bogus nobleman 3000 Afer conference The monoy the concurring In asked by the Senate Senate to marry their daughter the non about one represents tho savings of a llfetimo amendments the committee half of At 1 p m a rose The girl is Pauline Kleitsche aged 17 recess was taken until S oclock tbe nitit sev and the wedding day is set for October sion being for pension bills Washisotos Aug 23 Sbsatb The entlro The nobleman is bogus and tho family has so been informed by Max Sebam session wns occupied with the eulogies on tho II k Consul late Senator New York members objected lo berg tho Austro Hungarian House The but there it still bas faith the consideration of the resolution for the reHe goes by the moval of the remains of General Grant Major in the lordly lovor name of Henry Lasco and claims to be MeKlnley reported a rule providing a day for the eight hour bilL The session was devoted a son of the Prime Minister of Hungary mataly to the lard bill bat a vole was not He was introduced to tho Kleitsche fam- Â¬ reaehed Â¬ 1 Joeirned WAsniKGTON An II Mr Blair lntrodueeel at the rejnest of the Farmers a bill to provide for banks of deposi The resolution heretofore offered by Mr Plumb o prevent the sale of spirituous vinous and malt liquors in the Senate win of the Capitol was lalJ before the Senate the rending qnes tlona being on Mr Blairs amendment to odd the words and drinking on Mr Butlers amendment directing a daily search for liquors of committee rooms and other apartments After eicbite the mntler went over until to morrow The consideration of the tariff bill was resumed but tbe Snate sron went Into 5sate Perry County the jury in the case of the Commonwealth vs Wil son Baker for the murder of David Baker is sent to the penitentiary for en years An unknown man was struck by an L N train on the bridov loath of Wal- Â¬ ton and instantly killed the other night Browning reurned a vorelict ieien- There was nothing or hi tify him ile was a smooth face d man sandy hair 5 feet B inches in hoigbt and about Si years old Tin follow latg fourth class postmas Â¬ ters were omniissioned em tbe 2d Faule oner Benin County T T Munah Friendship Caldwell County Lulu Jennings Jamibon Carter County Mary I Mcltrayor John Henheisin who murdered Gil bert Satterwhite a prominent white farmer near Midway was taken from jail about 2 oclock the other morning by a mob nnd strung up to a tree in tho edge of town The miserable wretch confesseel the killing but be said be did not know why ho did it Hendersons crime was particularly atrocious Puny T A KeiAiiK ono of the faculty of the A and M College appointed to represent that institutiein in the Farmers National Congress has resigned his commission owing to inability to attend and the Governor has appointeil in bis stead Hon Philemon Bird of Bag dad For fear of lynching the negroes Tane Henderson and Ike Lnderwood acuseel as accomplices in the murder of Gilbert Satterwhite at Midway were taken to Lexington for safe keeping Lyino upon his bed in a room at Muths Hotel Louisville with almoet every drop of blood drained from his body through an incision in each wrist Archie McCullough was found recintly He was a son of James Mcdead Cullough the wealthy furniture manuof Will S facturer and brother-in-laHe was 21 Hayes tbe sung writer years old and had been married several years and hail two cbilelren There is only one explanation to tbe young mans Ho bad suffered for many conduct years from hernia which at times gave him excruciating pain His friends be Â¬ lieve that he was suffering from this and becoming wild floss the agony took his own life as the only means of relief iaptain Gmtiifk of tbe company which is protecting Judge Lillys Court a H7ard Perry County reports that loi Paielaon a lea r eif tie French faction in the trWteh Kvfmole feud has lie says that Davidson been captured is the worst desp Tado of all and his capture lias struck terror into the law Â¬ less bands At Lanraster in the suit of W M Krugler against the Lancaster Mill and Elevator Company fer 5000 for breach of contract the Jury returni d verdlct in defendants favor fixing however the amount at St3M Will Km rfcst will take the case to tbe court eif app als An examination of the books of II C Gnus asliiiT ef the Bank of Commerce of Out nabom who died thn-e- months ag shows a shortage 1M0 Cwtain Just pit W Lei i late post master at Sbelbyvillo aadei the CleTe- lanel aelministratiein 11 1 at bis resi dence tbe either night on Ninth street utiiler ratlier picullar rircnanataacea For severl days pist he linil lx i n suf fering with toothache an al set us formed the tooth was drawn and catching cold bis head swelled to enormous proAn opeTAfiem was perfeirmed portions Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a vegetable compound entirely of roots and herbs from the forests of Georgia and has been used by millions of people with the best results It Purely 33ll QURE5 -e KENTUCKY CEHTRU RY BLUE GRASS ROUTE Cen- tra East V N- FAST UNE BETWEE- Lexington lute ia BOCT1 MTi--- t Cincinnati Mav lllii I8M All manner of Blood diseases from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited blood taint such as ScrOiuli Rheumatism Catarrh and - SKIN QINCER Treatise n Blood and Skin Diseases mailed tree Swirr Sracif 1C Ceo AtlanU Ua Arr Arr I I le so pro OTTUFF LlC - Arr Kirlintiii Arr lien Arr I - Ir SSS fT 7rTS J xaaLAV 2 yv MMb sS -- - NoKTH lliUM is a ail ArC - Ive - Arr v Lvr feFS ViTCIHlRER PKAIEU lse rr MAYSVILLE B IV JEWEUB Lve I IN rr M Watches dacha Jewelry Silver and Platetl wnre etc 8rinJ Arr - seilTI J V I attention given to ETTINQ AND OTHEK DIAMONDS PKEfIOlS STOSFS I nil sie Ni -- Km rinitnti - REPAIRING iiKiimer Ie N s 111 Promptly ibme ami in a workmanlike Cincinnati 7- Knliiiiuilli Till Nil - Lea Inly 1 TV t rn pt betwi t Cash Paid for Old Gold and feirget Silver elemr train I norms Dont tl Hie Pet-eittie-e the place Klcllllouel next Ky W PORT lO ANTEE CHICKEN Eur agent W S F R Me II K III N - Ml e in r Cholera Cure II li Â¬ PaTTIHAV atlr VAUllUn wsrrsntrd anil rtrrr uaui Miimpil bs rnl pri hii lil - w- - ls mr on him te throat to relieve his breathiajr no avail an afte r scwral choking spoils ho di d at eight oeloe it At Lexintnn Babe ft Clem aed sixteen years was basil and perhaps fatally Maided while- - expe une nting with a but of 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ small iiijrine A wfkiciIty between Wm Mitchell anil bis brother on erne side and J R Petry an L ami N brakeman on the other ociurrrtl at Ceirbin the etatM evening resulting in the shooting of Mitchell in the- aMonie n The particulars are as follows Mitchell and a younger rother of IV try had some ilimculty at a se boot hooaa ne ar there a fe w days atro eiv r some trival matter which was sup Â¬ posed to have been settled until on the 17th when the older brother met Mitchell Some words we re passed and both parties began shooting Some twe lvo lVtry Or fifteen shots were exchanged was slightly wounded in the shoulder Wm mtohall is a son of T G Mitchell a farmer and merchant near Corbin 1 Â¬ mm MQiisiT IV London Daily News learns that the situation in Armenia is daily becoming more deplorable A wholesale massacre f Christians has occurreel at Moosh imi ar outrages are reportod from othor places BEAiITSrO A SHAM BATTLE Premature Explosion of a Cannon C Death and Awful Wounds In a Camp During tho sham battlo at tho sol- Â¬ diers encampment at Athens Pa a cannon was ptematuroly discharged instrntly killing Will Bossora aged twenty years fatally injuring James aged twenty years N Castamore and tearing off the thumb of Gabriel L Mullock The latter was thumbing the vent All reside in Waverly Casta- Â¬ Bossom more was horribly mangled and Castamore are members of tbo Waverly Camp and Sons of Veterans and Muliock is Commander of W C Hull The acci- Â¬ Post G A R of Waverly dent caused great consternation in the Wholesale Majsacro of Christians ily by a man who calls himself Count Von Gratzki Both were waiters at tho fashionablo Hotel DuQuesno but wero bounced and the Count has sued the proprietor for 2000 damages to hi6 reputation The faith of the Kleitsche family in the two swindlers is surprising for they are undoubtedly partners in the scheme Â¬ TCews Items providing for inimodiato redemption of in 00ft 000 of Thf Government has issued an order bonds Â¬ is A D FLORA I- - City For Sale or Hent STORE HOUSE lis for Sale -- I have a few lots on Fifth Street I desire to sell or rent privately the ready for ine These lots are lieauti large twostorv full located on high hihI gently re ing greiuml and are considered by ev eryboily ax being the beet localed ol sIiuhpI oh h riksI poruer lot In EMis any in the eity for rrebJesoeBM Persons who w ih to build nice houses loti Ky know ii as Die HKn prntr H H OOLYKk will do well lo exiuiiine lliene lots I 21 lv will only place a few on the market at present I have a plot of the ground Crsat Libor Victory Tbo Spring Hills coal mines strike near Halifax N S which has involved nearly 11000 men and has lasted two months has ended in a complete victory for the men The management has con- Â¬ ceded all the demands Crnlssr Charleston Back from Honolulu The TJ S cruiser Charleston arrived at Newport Oro Thursday morning After fourteen days from Honolulu taking coal she loft for Port Townsend from which place it is thought sho will go to Bohring Sea Smallpox in Mexico Warren Jarnctt of San Antonio Tex now in Cincinnati says the small- Â¬ pox is ravaging the Northern States of Mexico that hundreds are dying month- Â¬ ly and that no attempt is made to chock the disease M encampment Death on a Circus Train Burnum A Baileys circus train met with an accident Friday morning near Shclbyvllle Mie h on the Grand Rapids and Indiana rond by the breaking of a draw bar which pulled out a part of a platform on which were a number of Martin Foley of St Louis was mcr cut badly and died soon after reaching Kalamazoo Wm Bungle of Flint and Jmos Smith were severely injured No damage to the train Thk Brussels Nord declares that tho nightmare of a war in Europe has decid- Â¬ edly vanished both politically and commercially REMARKABLE WEATHER A prisoner named Driscoll attempted From Torrid Heat to Snow Within the to escape from jail at Florence Wis Spaee of a Few Hours and was shot dead by Sheriff Keyes The temperature that was up in the Two others got away eighties Friday afternoon with occa The family of Aaron Thompson livsional flashes of lightning at Milton ing at Branch Hill O was poisoned by Pa changed shortly after midnight and drinking coffee made from berries that by 3 oclock Saturday morning there had not been sufficiently roasted Tho was a quarter of en inch of snow on tho poison that should havo been eliminat- Â¬ awnings of tho stores in the business ed by perfect roasting was distilled by part of the town The early freight trains th steaming on both the Philadelphia and Erie and Whtie men were digging at a clay the Philadelphia and Reading roads wero miles from Bordentown N covered with about a half inch of the bank three caved In killing bank Fritz Solo white article Carrier Bass who drives J the man the mail between Easton and Sancon Six or eight representative British says that on Saturday morning while passing through Lower Sancon on his farmers and three delegates of leading agricultural societies will visit Canada way to Easton a snow squall prevailed for five or ten minutes tbe flakes falling for the purpose of reporting upon Man- Â¬ itoba and tbo Northwest as a suitablo thick and fast Â¬ Â¬ A Carnival of Crime at Cincinnati JESSE COBB at Dr 7- - Iojiitzs office T S BRONSTON A G J WILLIAMSON CITY KNCJINEKR Civil Engineer and Survayor Surveys made fr Railways Turnc n willl make the pikes Roadways Estimate given This Fine S le lttni oil Farm elrainage Town season of iSjo ct the Fair Grounds SiuoiiiicoLT GENERAL LAND SURVEYS tawa Out was notiSed that Asiatic cholera had made its appearance within the past fow days in Paris France Egypt and Yokohama Japan The department Cholera in Paris of agriculture ai Ot-Â¬ Line retraced Hpeelel Mention given The Potato Blight In Ireland and plats of to InjmgriipllieKl The potato disease is spreading with lain- C01 respondfarms ami oilier alarming rapidity in the southern por- Â¬ In all parts of SE COBB is hands high ent solicited with partial Interested tion of County Down 15 in surveys of lamls in mountain raw J weighs c Armagh tho blight has assumed serious Ky 1200 pounds fine action and is a model proportions gSTOffice City Hall Richmond Ky saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond tst Crushed by Ioe dam by Tuttle horse he by Estill Eric At Wochners brewery Bloomington sire of dam of Georgette ji9T4 and Bell I1L a cake of ice weighing 250 pounds Second dam Lucy by Young Vara 2 leaped from a chute striking Jacob Davy Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip for Jobs Every bono in the unfortunate 4th dam by Traveller All care wiil be taken to prevent accimans faco was smashed to fragments dents or ecapes but will not be responsione eye torn from the socket and the ble shoulc any occur Lien reserved on Twentv five Share of Madison Nation-3- - entire countenance reduced to bloody the colt for the servce See pulp Redid not loso sensibility but CO E CULTEB ClUHL is speechless 40 lie can not survive rCHER Agt Pis Â¬ Bank Stock Sals Georgo Ogden an employe of a dossi cating works at Cincinnati was shot and instantly killed by a double barreled shot gun in the bands of Gus Raabe a fellow boarder Ed McCarty an ex convict shot and killed in cold blood on Abigail street Chaa Needer Mc- Â¬ man and wounded Will Mitchell Coloradtans on the Verge of Starvation Carty was cornered by the police on Tho 500 or 800 people who live in east Â¬ Sunday but opened fire on the officers ern Arrapahoe County Col near the and escaped Chief Deitsch has given Kansas line aro i a state bordering on orders to shoot him down if he again reÂ¬ starvation A committee representing sists arrest Saturday evening on Van the settlers was in Denver Friday seek- Â¬ Horn street Bob Burley a negro was ing aid of the county commissioners fatally stabbed by Charles White col- Â¬ Crops aro an absolute failure ored Blatchford Marsh who was stab bed by Bill Peebles negro at the Car Â¬ Farmers Ask Aid reported from Mcintosh County thage fair grounds Thursday died Sun Â¬ It is N D that a number of farmers have day morning asked for assistance from tho commisAn Aeronauts Mishap sioner and that supplies are being fur Wm Worth ing ton the aeronaut of nisacd The crop in that county is al Â¬ most a total failure and most of tho set Â¬ Columbus 0made an ascension Sunday afternoon from the Casino Theater and tlers aro hard up landed about eight miles east of the Shot for a Burglar eity near Big Walnut creek Tho bal- Â¬ At Hazardvillo Pa Mamie Hogan loon caught in the trees and dragged aged twenty was shot and fatally some distance Worthington alighting wounded by her father who mistook her with a number of bruises and a broken for a burglar leg To Investigate the Pension office St Clair Tunnel Connection Hade The investigation ofthe Pension Office At noon Sunday connection was suc- Â¬ administration of General Raum has cessfully made between the ends of tho been adjourned until September 1 Grand Trunk railway tunnel under the St flair river near Sarnia Ont Tho Cholera In Germany Several cases of cholera aro reported tunneling will be completed by noon In ike vicinity of Berlin Monday Â¬ Â¬ Ben S Robbins is dead J McCarty the railroad roan who had his hand blown off on the Richmond Nicbolasville Irvine and Beattyville road atNicholasville is dead Bon Popjc a magistrate and promi- Â¬ nent citizen of Harlan County was shot and perhaps fatally wounded by ono John Scejtt The trouble arose over tbe shooting of an ox which was the prop Â¬ erty of Pope Leonard Scott breitherto Both of the John was also implicated Scotts made their escape and had not been captured up to the SJOth The wounded man is a of Judge Lowis who has offered a reward for the apprehension of the Scott Tbe Scotts were Howard sympathizers Font more daring robberies commit- Â¬ ted at Hopklnsville tbe other night leave no doubt of the fact that a gang of thoroughly organized burglars have been working that city for some time Every night ono or more houses have field for settlement leen entered and robbeei of money The numl cr of tbe desertions of troops clothing and other valuables at tbe Halifax garrisem lias increased son of Rev LiTrrn thirteen-year-olto alarming pre pur inns during the S F Thompson of snelbyville started past fow months indicating much dis- Â¬ to tho country on a bosaa Two hours content later he was found Clashed and dead by The design of Win Clark Noble of the roadside The horse had fallen upon Newport R I lias hex a accepted by tl him t Burns Monument Committee FrANroRT is en forcing the law 0ainst It repre sents the rot seated with be olr an I tramps Two of them got thirty daT papers around him each from Judge Sneed son-in-lad Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined I5ut the discovery of a remedy that j itivt y cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for CCNTLEMEN It is guar one hundred chickens Fine Calf ana Iared Wstfiyrssf rale antecd If after using two thir w Ar1n qualities f thta shoe v Heiiee and ntuaaV ta a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly rnrtnit - hotter I Bnansna artrnts r Irs t satisfied with it as a cure for hit ken - ataaww as pinO irnnlnr Hand woleS i stjIlAh drs shi aunt Cholera return it to the undersigned O MJtO nnawinnltiAil llii4Kfrt vfvlda aldl ttr well and your monev will be refunded SO flO hrwodyear Writ H tlM O BROOKS tOM Itill at a popular prtr ktM Shrr Mitchells little brother STOCKTON fr faUlllaMI vm MM an Lac ttUHle in Otwc stood by him emptying his revolver at Petry TnE prominent Louisville attorney Save been asoat favorably isled atnee maeoaaesa tor W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE b- 1 I 1 - tana 4 eleven-year-ol- d - Saangaa tWrWUTrm r CW- - A11 DR R1CE7 Far is years at 1 32SHOESlafd02s 7 O urt I lace no r st 3 A KASES CHRONIC oud SEXUAL DIS Spermatorrhea and Impotncy la aa Ttm r ir iim I jita kmI f isa mm ymn ii4ilq Market Stn ivi T nnioTntO Bet Third And F urth it1 ui rHr wuftrd pSTrietaa aad tas rculArt ill rrt vul Ss Cares rll forma cfPRIVATE l and the recent bnaroveaseats make then saaaranln Anv nhnea snld at tArW Sfanm Ask toot Dealer and I r be cannot eaaaiy yea send ml mi nasi price ear a direct to fACtOCT OBCltM MrfdSwMrfwkluikl W I D4H tIArS Brecktea Haas Sold by Jack Freeman irr hi id Ciiriiilii 1 rmi e ntl ir HI ll I rt I naiharm r tk I es r BHt MMn ttmrj Tr rK- - a f swtjf Ssusl rwar P rhri Ajr - SYPHILIS trwmmm OmMuV Sui tr n4 rtr ortrt li rt r4i t1 almuv ni rn fcrtft s 11 toh Tkrt It tomTllrM ts rWMl prwi UilUw tt wflHwe1 b ssmt yllnaSJ mull r tprrv Ad Cares Guaranteed la all Casea undertaken fMmuuM rwssa r b htrar ptrMa4ia rSjllll A lUH irTO MACKINAC Summer Tours Low ISffar Trips per Wscic Between - TCT W fr- e Palace Stzamcts Rates CM tt fci W r El OOcakMitlr B AM U If 1P0 iar PRIVATE COUNSELOR PH hr alt I7 SMa j Ml4itfia t 4 r it - DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND at Ina Cfc xt BeacaAlpi KjUTOTiUa -w fcorj IfeMda Sod Bv Uau Oaxisud Txrrj V DETROIT AND CLEVELAND sVpaaBl fWaantaVr r Hi Day rum S Tttf Jttt3 J wly f j aaaTaa - OUR EB lULUSTHAT w C ri Detoit G WELLS Short in Bis Accounts Allen teller of the Capital City Bank Nashville Tenn is short in his accounts S 10000 He speculated in Rock Island stock Frank M Ralroad Wrsct In California freight wreck near Cascade CaL four men wero kllleel several injured and nineteen cars smashed to pieces By a C ilaSl3aglKalH T WELLS GO The Cholera in Spain Cholera is reported to bo spreading rapidly in tho Province of Toledo Three men ware killed and threo - Killed by a Etnaway Train oth- Â¬ ers seriously injured by tbo runaway ol 1 stone- train at Lyons Col TheOilj Goal Yard to Tdwi Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Only a square fnnri the exirt uoaaw Yiu dont have to eeud away out to the ikpot asas ABSOLUTELY PURE Baking Important Notice Powder Debt- 1 CcI Bfiliwred uyPwiaTowL Ibe servitf in ssT due of MnrHosM HcKn 4Traynhi rviii 111 fur ire Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lump Coal next to price 17- - 1MB paid tu il inures MeKtW farmed In Traynor havii titue 1 at weaning will le paid fur by Owen Me lire owner of the i it April 44- iwt In w open n Try ua C - OWEN UcKEE - THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON FCKLIbIIUI EVEBV WEDNESDAY IXSAMTY FROM GREAT CALAMITIES Editor FT The Climax Printing W G White Chas S Co Powell riUCE Wednesday Im PElt YEAR flSO 27 is9C Â¬ - - Aujruit the rijjlittit jaerp fn our ex change list is the Mt Strlhi Advocate uew DtssMcsatte journal anl promise to make it mark The Iemocrate of Madison county are requested l ti nt ml Olnniit- iu ir precinct voting 4ace ami iay Best t An order hat new ln en issued liy the Central Committed instruct in j the t hold mas- - meeting in sack voting precinct at tlie several ctjuntio at Stake on S teiiiler titli at m iiemlei for the County 0in nutteea Cait Sam Books of Somerset rtli a circular announcMj jeant-at-Anu- has of s the One of bfe claims is lierv n in time I tMJBsl t every jaity and jer- HUMion uiilT the sun anl having Ivied them all to my hearts content I am now tnl have baaa iar years convinced that of our institutions de- the j ujHn the 1 Hniocracy taking ment itntional Convention CKIMINAL - XEL1EME E Horine held ly of the little an in tde Monjar who met with i frightful death in fulling through iank in the Kentucky river at Hickman The t in a rdance rtnr It is interesting to find from the report the Pennsylvania state committee on lunacy just printed that only fifteen cas es of insanity can b traced after extensive correspondence with managers of hospitals and almshouses which may be referred to tlie effects of the Johnstown flood Ol these seven were men and eight women Of the fifteen three males and four lY lieen insane prior to d hut had leen restored and were li ing in lohnstown when the catastrophe occurred One of the females had leen abject to three previous att uks Only one of the people made insane was in im minent jK rii a aged woman who floated to a p sty on a bedstead Seven of the cases have recovered since under hospital treatment Of then attacked ease mania developed in live males and four females acute melancholia in one ad one femaiv acute melancholia suicidal in one male and one female sab acute melancholia in one female and sen ile deiiientian in one lemale It is con sidered prohahle that among those who SOI Batted frenzy sufficient in intensity to have permanently overthrown reason may have uuuuisd Bat far outnumlKT iag these were the many instances of true heroism fortitude and reliance on divine help in enurLeiicy Of the HlHm who miraculously escajH l none are known fa have in come insane from the contemplation of anpsoschsnf death - altogether a pood showing of the solid quality reserve force ami nerve of our Mipulation The report says it strenpthens the conviction that great and overwhelming trials of life are much less liahle to overthrow reason than the continuous worrv and attrition of minor evils and unavoidable contact with de Â¬ pressing surroundi of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PARTY POLITICS shown that while in the American mills the labor employed in making a ton of steel rails costs about 150 a ton in the four European mills reported on the coast was 104 251 5258 and 464 More is paid for this lalor according to statician Wright in Europe than here All this was wade clear by Senator Jones of Arkansas though jerhaps not fa the satisfaction of the Connecticut Senator Mr Piatt had not seen Commissioner Wrights rejort while Senator Jones had so that the latter had little difficulty in exposing Mr Piatts utter ignorance of the matter upon which he assumed suSenator Edmunds ha perior wisdoui ing come to Mr Piatts relief with the idea that Mr Jones had blundered in his arithmetic was shown by the latter to 1k himself the blunderer The Senator from Vermont used his accustomed sneers contrasting Northern Arithmetic with the Southern arithmetic as understcxid With sun Â¬ by Messrs ieorge and Jones dry and various flouts ond giU s he sought to disconcert these gentlemen and drive them from the field of discussion with a proper sense of their inferiority It was with no little amazement therefore that he found himself on a detailed examina tion of Commissioner Wrights figures altogether in error The result of his futile tilt was only to show that he did tut hinff udBaasasI a matter upon which be had undertaken to enlighten others Mr Jones compelled him in effect to admit that at the mill in ques tion the cost of the material in a ton of rails was Sl111 the OBSt of fuel 110 repairs 1 taxes jcents lalwr SI VI total 2479 As this ton 2 to4l according to the state of the market it is seen that the steel rail capitalist get from 575 to SI 775 while the lalnirer for whom all tariffs are alleged to lie made gets but 1 54 which is less as a rule than the foreign workman gets for the same work Â¬ Â¬ J Louisville ByOlover A Tobacco Ware House Market Durrett LoutsviHe Totocoo GGRMLEY HA8 THK Â¬ RAMSEY Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 4013 hhds with receipts for the same period of 2897 hhds Sales on our market since January tst amount to 101190 hhds Sales of the crop of 1S89 on our market to this date 55629 hhds The past week has been almost a repetition of the week previous very heavy sales with firm prices for good to fine bur k FIFE that conÂ¬ Wish to inform the public T Kamsey is no longer OLIVER PLOWS g HfT vrATE nected with the FINEST LINE 0Ft Ramsey Corner Dry Goods Store since selling his interest to W D Oldham but is now running leys and also the common grades with color The latter part of this week owing to the extremely heavy sales prices were irregularly easier for common leaf lugs and trash not colory The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 250 to 400 Colory Trash 400 to 900 Common Lugs not colory 450 to doo Colory Lugs Soo to 1400 Common Leaf 800 to 10 00 Medium to Good Leaf 1100 to 1700 Good to Fine Fillers 1700 to 2500 Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 3300 Â¬ Saddlery AND THE PALACE Cash Dry Goods Store No 0 First Street in conneotion with W S G File near the old corner at the red lltg and wants his old friends ladies and gentlemen and the public generally to call on him lie can sell them goods cheaper than he has ever sold We have sethem before cured the services ot Mr Green as salesman and Misses Hazel wood and Williams as salesladies and guarantee general protection to ladies Now is the and children time to buy your goods ours are so low that we may have to mark them up soon in place of down We now have on hand and daily receiving a splendid stock of Â¬ HKtw m Jr Irottig Horse Outfits LIVE STOCK MARKET EMBKY Live stock Commission Merchants at CIuclu ncti Unlou Stork Yards nnU Covlnglou Stock Yards ly lUKKNE EEPOET RICHMOND sssKtYa KESrKfl H HAS EVER HAD Cincinnati Ohio Aug Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good 4 25 1S90 SHIPPING CATTLE 3 6o 2 75 W C Gormley Co 358 258 4 50 1 M 1 llssssRlfc MSaammWf 3 50 3 2 oo 4 eo 3 25 3 75 3 50 2 INSURANCE BURNAM HUME The Oldest and Strongest American Companies Foreign and Domestic Dress Hoods Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Trunks in fact everyÂ¬ 50 BUTCHER CATTLE to Extra Fair to Good Extra Fat Steen Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oin 3 6o 3 50 3 25 2 75 2 2511 1 3 75 AND PERSONAL HON 3 85 3 75 3 65 3 50 3 00 2 IFOH Â¬ NORTH AMERICA Bit Thp Troy Press having eallel spon the Springfield Union fa say whether it thought Senator Qmuj to he an honest man the Union Answers Party ol- vs nothing to do with individual honesty Hack an answer is not a re- ply The question concerning Ifr Qsay t his jwilitics hut his honesty pontic funds is not politics is the charge against ci mis-uMr Qaay The ebossje as aaade by the Kvening i t and the World and not yet red in any way whatever hv Mr Qsay is this that betneen Ia79and 1882 when be tary of the coinmon- wealth of Pennsylvania he took money UteR te Treasury and lost k speculation and was rredfroaaexposareby the assistance of saieron to avoid the the transaction would bring on the party This is the charge If on Mr Qnsj could at once lis rove it lit lor lilx end upon the lispnof rerdid against the papers would Ik-- a pablk service far which the itrv would Ix- - grateful is the charge which under the ioin v admitted by silence and the SpringtieM Union being asked if it thinks such a man hon est answers that such a charge is silly ng that to pay attention to ghting windmills and party polnica has nothing to do with individual honestv That is is nig when p ssaar husiness integrity do with individual bon 1 lepuMkan paper nd the party was founded wrong and w de Â¬ rided moral ideas Is it at to misuse the people is xlitics and politio ha tod with iudivid Inioii is a Mains and thegrestesl Bepabli esa Senator from Maesachasette Charles Soiin that polrtka were moral principles applied to public affairs - us Tinthat OiiavV trlt well known to be assailed except by the BMMt rabid partisuiship But the thing liest known alut the Chairman of the National Republican Committee is charge of dishon sty so detailed distinct and circumstantial that Washing ton himself would not have disregarded it which eminent Republicans of his own state keHeve to Ik- true which if untrue could be instantly denied and completely disproved but of which he that the truth a iM rson is t well known to re quire a reply is to trifle with words and wholly to misconceive the situation and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY FAIRS 50 thing kept in a lirst class store We call especial attention to our suits of SHACKELFORD -- 508 75 2 1 00 00 SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF- - The following is a list of county fairs in Kentucky w ith their several dates of meeting so far as we are now advised HELD BULLS Shipping Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Best Best 2 15M 2 101 I 6511 1 50 2 2 c BOYS CLOTHING Alterforwood CustomBoots and Shoes below cost and other custom made best brands of Shoes all very cheap A splendid line of all kinds of Shirts Over and Under frorr 15cts to 2 below cost We sell the best 5 and 10 cent Handkerchiefs and Hosiery in the city Ladies White Iarty Kid Gloves 35 to 40 cents Crashes from 3 to 10 cents per yard less than cost Good Calico 4cts Challies 4 and 5 cents less than cost Nice Lace Bed Sets 125 Lace Curtains a big line and cheap and Curtain Poles Comforts A good line of Gents Pants to close out 50 to 75 cents below cost Overalls 35 cts Dont buy your -Made Â¬ Â¬ at 125 Hardware Tinware Wooilenware AND WAGON GENTRY House Frelg TOOLS AND MATERIAL Goods olasvillr Boad company finn tin nnnagrni aixl Ihmville Turn KcW POPI LATIitN The veam rough count by the census bc leted uilation at indi- - nhi that the total Tnit are increasing very rqi hut there if uiitrv yet and it time- - tie v ire mom in ii npwitk Russia with Ashland Boyd county July 2 I days Meetings Shelby County Trotting days July Ki Eminence Henry county July 23 4 days llnstonville Lincoln county July 23 3 days nacssfar Garrard county July 23 3 days Harrodsburg Mercer county July 2 4 days Hanville Boyle county Aug 5 I days Nicholasville Jessamine county Aug lays 00 Bo BLACKSMITHS MAKERS I 60 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers Best Grades Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 3 3 25 2 25 I 75 3 50 2 2 ROCK BOTTOM RATES Fanners National Rank BURNAM NB 16 1890 50 00 00 00 00 00 Dont torajet our office ia at the Common COWS AND CALVES 30 ooi35 18 00025 Fair to Good 10 00111 4 75 3 75 HUME CAN SELL QveoMWirS Cheaper Than Slid to lie has -- nils and very prob- efare we reach thoi if we n wili ippmi imal Sharpshurg Patli county Aug 12 1 days Mavsville Msann county Aug 19 1 days I awrenceburg Anderson county Aug 19 1 day- - Best Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy 2 HOGS Select Butchers 4 Fair to Good Packers 4 Good to Extra Lights 4 Light Pigs 2 SPRING LAMBS Extra 5 50a 35 3 50 Tobacco Barna Country Stores aud Milling property specialties 31 32 B H one Any- mis FLOUR A SPECIALTY IT IS NECESSARY In We Handle the Fin est Flour in Town HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF- - io 10 75 4 40 4 35 4 30 3 So NOTICE Monday Sept 1st 1890 THE C2 471 We Keep Constantly On Hand a These Das for S3 GROCERIES Fresh and cheap that money will buy coming and going every week iaiian PLAIN VTOKDS Columbia days days Adair county Aug Aug 19 19 4 Pursuant to an order made by the Court of Claims at tlie April Term 1S90 75S 6 00 I will sell to the highest bidder in front of the Court House door in Richmond Ky on Iniontown Cniou county TO HE HELP 5 Following oar rem upleaawateeaa at Irvine we eowy the following in reawrd to itter eiewill es wijndj- lo what it and as apv sa o SMALL MARGINS Fresh Sup- Â¬ MERCHANTS m 1R Eh Give 42- trial ply of Can- Â¬ dies with large sales with careful attention to busines will tell and this is our plan far as Lexington Fayette county Aug 2ti 5 days Shelby ville Shelby county Aug 204 days Springfield Washington county Aug 2S 4 days Paris Bonrhon county Sept 2 4 days Bsrdstown Nelson county Sept Bowling Green Warren county 25 flfcSLasW sssa bKnLI BaaBssaay DELINQUENT TAX LIST ini n ill a ani what U and in the opportunity of him nion nor win re the r- -- if such ex k themselves the rvants A FAMERS GOVERNOR ana Basse laansJ SByatht I rocky will elect the sex Dr folm I CI the man We nt know so well alnuit Ir lardy He in delegate to the Constitutional alssa sasi a snsi sssn Bat Mad mty has a farmer who j in every y qnalitied to BMki 11 his lin ssr and lie is now the ns farmer He ottered far the I Winchester Clark county Sept days ElizalK thtown Hardin county Sept 9 4 days Niiiicrset Pulaski county Sept days Cynthiana Harrison county Sept 10 4 days Richmond Madison county Sept 16 oays Horse Cave Hart count v Sept 16 4 days Madisonville Hopkins county Sept 244 days Henderson llendersou county Sept J days 24 Ghanjoor Barren county Sept 305 days Hartford Ohio county Oct lays Brooksville Iirackeu county Oct days Owesnfaoto Daviess county Oct 7 5 25 days S pt t0 For the year 1889 beginning with Precinct No 1 and sell to No 9 inclusive credit until March 1st 1890 will be given to purchaser by giving a good bond A good chance for Consta hies in each Piecinct to make money The List can be seen by calling at my ssA until ycu see ours We will have in a few days the finest line of best fitting Cloaks in Richmond and we have many other special bargains in goods If you will come and look we will be glad to show you all through the stock Call and See Us fsWe want your us a FARM PRODUCE Try Them TO LIE Awake Nights to Devise Means to Attract Trade Toe We want your trade JH CJ JS Managers of the office 95 J W BALES S IL C Ramsey CENTRA L RICHMOND 94 14 14 day- - significance- - of sajraawi The hist rk- - j ABA8HE0 ITaiatll thr SHKtiosL noceMsfu 1 Princeton Caldwell county Oct 8 1 days Hopkinsville Christian county Oct 15 1 days Greenville Muhlenburg county Oct 15 1 days farsnsa lhnn Janrnaf 1 Both the method and results Syrup of Fig3 i8 token it j8 nhasai OF A DESIRABLE and refreshing to the taste and net yet promptly on the Kidueys fently and Bowels cleausc3 the rjs FARM tem effectually dispels colds head aches aud fevers and cures habitual As aent of the heirs of MOSES constipation Hyrup of Figs is th HUNTER deceased I will sell to the only remedy of its kind ever pro highest bidder on the premises at 10 duced pleasing to the taste and ac- oclock a m on ceptable to the stomach prompt it 1890 its actiou and truly beneficial in it One hundred and forty seven acres ot effects prepared only from the nseH Land situated six miles east of Nicholashealthy and agreeable substances it ville on Christman Mills turnpike and mauy excellent qualities commend it within halt a mile of Logana Station on BRR the R N I to all and have made it the raoGood improvements comprising dwellpopular remedy known ing house tobacco barn stables and all Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c necessary out buildings Can give im and bottles by all lcadirg druu med ate possession with privileges of gists Any reliable druggist vlr seed ng the land Full possession given next may not have it on baud will pro first of MarchThe TERMS usual terms cure it promptly for any odc v h sales one third cash balance in of land one and wishes to try it Do not accept an two years with interest T A DAVIS Agent substitute 9 ii CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 1 M CHKNAULT J J BKOOKS SAN FRANCISCO CAL OIVEJ ENJOYRv Aug 12 1S90 q n I Fife BO YOU KNOWRACKET THAT PUBLIC SALE UNIVERSITY KY JESSAMINE W C HAVE FITZPATRICK GO STORE Have Decided to NEXT SESSION OPENS Wednesday Sept 10 1890 T2EES COLLEGES Fourteen partments of Study De- PRECISELY WHAT Vol WANT IN YUlR WE REFER TO KITCHEN Friday August 29 - - il Classsical Scientific and Letters Courses Leading to Bachelor B A B S and BL and Master M A M S and M L Degrees Also Commercial and Elective Courses A full faculty of able and experienced men each a specialist in his department Attendance last session 326 from 25 States and Territories New Gymnasium More than 100000 added to the endowment last year Expenses moderate 175 to 240 for tuition board washing and servants attention Â¬ THE UNSURPASSED QUIT LYING Awake Studying How to ATTRACT TRADE BY PUTTING THE KNIFE INTO L0VISVILU Kr KCW tONK ti Y FHEFARAT0B7 DEPARTMENT Bnckner OSS SELFSIFFICIBXT PROTECTIONISTS overnor - hut If the fam t not - i man and they se- - It is assume1 by some people that thev are the repositories of all existing knowl- ity farmer We that have the place if it wen him In now that be cares little for it hut it would be well t consider him les entertained by fanners of Kentucky are almost identical with those held by the Democratic party They want the tariff reformed They want a halt called in the pe extravagance They want a free lialM and a fair count They want fewer bbs criminatione in favor of the manufiu- tnrenof the Kast and more justice bbsm a ieojile of the Sooth Pwd Wi t 1 Â¬ kEVTKki Kentucky 5 MATJsTICS had in 1889 4499 churches arsonages total vain ii uckv ha1 ciaiBe si 14 sssaae vbite and colored value tacky has 2832 n road total aaeosed value of same in IKv gffitPU age assessed value Bar Total numfK r si square miles in t - si numlier of acres ci hunl in Keu- 4 il an a asses- - p i same ind age racre - ii in I88B - ia Ken- - ged assessed iiated a value of land in ared land in BasheJs of wheat raised in Kentuckv sa per Assessors liook in 1MB 10 Bsahsls of corn raised in Kentuckv as per Assessors nook in 188 5 as par Assessors raised in Kentucky book in 1888 117 edge and moral north Their attitude toward penJOBS who differ with them is ugly one of lofty sujK riority not umixed with contempt When any one toiig that is differs with them they pronounce judgment with a that admits no doubt of their in Calibilrty Put they sometimes suffer a essnane which gives their tiUmtic im pressiveness a ridiculons twist The beat Saanspfas in BSaale life of this illusive Bsrfaetfan are pananas the Senators bom New England several of whom illustrated last week in the steel rails discus sion the misfortunes to which the self- sufficient at BXpaasd S nator Oeorge of Mississippi quoting from the ieor1 of the United Stat- - commissioner of latxn state that the cost of the lahor employcd in the Btodnctfanai a ton of til from steel ingots was but srhieh he thought a small figure in view of the fact that the existing tariff on im- iNrti d steel rails is 17 per ton the whole of it imposed atrording to jrotei tionists to pay for the difference 1k lalior here and abnunl What become- r George askel of the liiilerence HM an It gK s into the pocket of the manufacturing eapstahat who gets it Mr Geaegi alleged under false preten- r troiu Mississippi had hardly concluded his BBSSjOs batbrs he upon SO to sjsak by tors Ptol mamt tit at I and Edmunds Vermont wiioin their most superior of manner proceeded to pooh pooh the Mbainiippians statement and intimate tliat it was of a piece with the customary ignorance Statesmen SeiiHt i that the cost of the ialxr in at raiis from the time n the ground till the rail is is fully 12183 Tliiswas not corri ct according to the commissioner of ialsirs asanas but assuming it to be cor- con-tid-nÂ¬ Â¬ 1 The Norfolk Virginian lias been sa laiye ti an sfsOVnass papSI of fifty six columns ami has purchased a complete new outfit including a 10000 Web press ami stereotyping machinery In speaking of its enlargement and in creased facilities the Virginian says Norfolk is the second city in population in Virginia and in the last few years has rapidly increased in business and popu- Â¬ lation Its population according t the censtiR of 1KH0 reaches neatly 40000 and within a radius of five miles from ite market house are 80000 ix ople while directly tributary to it as their market are the counties of Norfolk Princess Anne Nansemond Isle of Wight South ampton Sussex Surry Matthews Gloucester ElizalK th City York Warwick Accomack and Northampton in Virginia and of Currituck Camden Pasquotank Penpiimans Chowan Gates Hertford Northampton Bertie Washington Beaufort Tyrrell Dare Martin Edgecomb Wilson Green Craven and Halifax in the State of North Carolina representing a population of nearly one million souls Norfolk is the third cotton port of the Atlantic coast The Virginian is an ex cellent and progressive pa r and ite en- Â¬ terprise sK aks well for itself and for the MISS community in which it is published Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 10-1- 3Â¬ HCLONG Ford Ky BROOKS flt CHENAULT Real Estate Briers Richmond Kentucky Large lists of City and Country Prop Â¬ erty Property sold and bought on Commission Correspondence solicited and prompt attention given SfOfllce in John Bennetts law office Branch office at Stockton Brooks Drug Store 39- - Is selling out to Careful attention given to physical training Students have access to the gymnasium and go through daily drills under the direction of a Professor Oratorical drill throughout the year For further particulars or catalogue ap ply to L H BLANTON Chancellor 9- - M A Principal and two assistants give undivided attention to the thorough instruction and discipline ot pupils The new Gymnasium contains a large study hall seated with single desks convenient recitation rooms and all the equipment of a first class training school Prof RL Pulliam THE v PEOPITS So BSS Â¬ that every article sold would be an advertisement for their house -- Â¬ - Lexington Belle Range AND GOME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF leave the State PALACE HOTEL MADISON Will sell LUMBER L KLEIN Proprietor Limestone Street 0pp 0 ft 0 Depot Female Institute retail at wholesale LEXINGTON KY The thirty third session of this noted Wew Building and Furniture prices school young ladies and girls Well Lighted and Ventilated open on Centrally Located Tuesday September 9th GOOD BAR ATTACHED School for Girls for will COOK STOVE FOR YOUR HALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT MOST EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WINTER TINWARE STATIONERY NOTIONS ETC A few pieces of 10 cent Challies left at 6i cents a yard JEWEITS BASE BURNER THIS 18 THE SEASt X FOR DOVES AND THE PARTRIDGES ARE COMING APACE WE HAVE THE Â¬ First door above Farmers Bank RATES BESSIE BARBOUR take a 49 48 2 and 250 per Day A full corps of competent teachers Admirable Curriculum Prices reasona ble on ot address 9- Â¬ M J HILL Manr will ad not sa all the labor in a ton of rails was hut si 51 but that what the steel rail maker alter buying his steel ingot--inds of hemp raised in Kentucky the market paid lahor fai converting a i mt ton r Assessors book in iss o In ithorjts Mr Carroll this he hail i A Poumls of nesap r i of labor who in procured igabfa the factb from the steel rafl makers them selves From t ritv it was nde of tobacco raised in Kentucky as par Assessors book in I 1 I Â¬ Mr cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Props Toiedo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last rj years and believe him perfectly honorcblc in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West Tkuax Wholesale Dru ists Toledo O Walding Kinman Marvin Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Hafli Catarrh Cure Isksn intcrnnhv acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system Price 75c per bot tle Sold by u S tU it Â¬ Â¬ pupils in vocal and in strumental music at her room in 50fx feet each Huwk This the new school building in the anv of the above 19 For prices onEWWIGGINS We offer One HaadVeJ Dollars Reward rear 4S- of the First Presbyterian inquire of for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be Church 9 Â¬ W Clark Tucker formerly of George Â¬ town has filed in the OnsBBSBB PIsjbj of Girls Court at LanspriBe a damage ku it ajraiust jTiectric and the Lonsmlls For instruction in English UjMs fin Latin Kicctric Light Companies 25000 on French and German Terms and each of three counts or 7000 in all other particulars will be made Tucker it will le remembered came in known in person or by circular contact with an electric lijht wire and School will open on Monday wax knocked down hy the shock on the September Slh Miss Carrie Barniirlit of the nvnBsnvnar Boons ft Co bour having returned from the irr September Utk of last year His Cincinnati Conservatory of Music whole right side was paralyzed will take Class Twenty FORjSALE SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE rooms lot 32x150 to to foot alley Hallie Irvine and Orange Streets TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new 6 rooiis each Hillsdale Avenue elegant lots all well finished 40x150 For Catalogues or other particulars call - BC HAGERMAN Prin fr BU8INE88 c EDUCATION Guns and Ammunition CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PHiETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRTES NEW SULKIES My vehicle tr AND YOU CAN HAVE THE FUN rHSSJ Â¬ Fifth Street Thru Elegant BUILDING feet scperate or as a whole on LOTS Contractors and Builders Of Kentucky University LEXIIGTON XT m W Corner MAIH and ITPEB Slrerte opposite Court Mouse WILBUR R SMITH president Cheapest Best THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS on Valnut Street Powells addition RICHMOND C6U AND NOTICE L i 0 rr WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES ATTEND THE ttdXZZk sS Illhot J Hsasrss CsUeae rmh sd U Clt Rssssltlss for Timsriura a specialty for cash COJ JSouth Downs for Sals are nil new inrt if m j on wout 5- - it lioo e wiiii iie ami LUMBER CO undersigned have formed a partnership to sell all kinds of Coal and Lumber at the lowest market price and re spectiullv request a liberal patronage from the public The yards are located on Orchard Street ami also on Third street ill buitj a wai on the completion of the new railroad to this place T S BRONSTON Â¬ Breckinridge Cabell formerly of a but who has been a resident ol New York seventeen years and has an extensive acquaintance with Capitalists will 8KLL OK EXCnANliK TIMkKK MIXEKAIi AM AttMlTliTl KAL LANDS AND HEVEL0PL0 1NDUSTKJKS Will also Organize Undeveloped Prop- Â¬ C of Bssk Kscadwc Isslsdla Osaeral Bssumss Hjsvnsj MHMMs Hstrtr mrs esii is snsBSSBsr is psss Tssr CuslTtss 1SSSS SradaatM Irani 8tslea ssd Fa ksBt nilT Bsslssn Ossns nanrtf ssiArlisa irli rsSMlMMPflllMHIIIll Lsw aadntsx Ssaklss Mat Brnk utm XensBUIs Cirrusistim tu fciuinn sisns Frueia KW W B SoUk onsen f tkU Coltecn Kada mat IMptesw of Bssnc si Worlds W B C FITZPATRICK IT Cll- 106 EAST MAIN STREET ls S m mh s first work c rieties into Corporations seen r and float the Â¬ - M M HARBER Skilled labor fui nished industrial enterprises Km 30 320 SltOADWAY NEW YORK Osst stTsll nhnm torse issnsiM Tsta Jt aminsiry ssd Basra Is s bms familj NutdS Khsrl asad Ttss- W rinse Tsuwravhy sn sreeuOtteal ssn nwasl Isiiseii ssdraons sss sss ss nsns sssss n ns ns tor ldtas Lsd rrtsalasl emptor Oasisr Biaalal daaansKat laainai uasraan ras saayiss 7 nut 1 alossti pari sn raccirad as aass psy- CslMss sees dsj ssd slf zy srrssisnssn witn snnnnna siati BssIsb nr s ebssp dally paaa o attasd tsn Callers Ms tsssv itsa yslrr asw arsdssM esscaasfsL trr rar elrralarl 14 ttSUXU Pmi Irtilafn fc atrns WUJUB announcements date for Circuit Court county subject to ti I V ls traniee i harp ilrt csss rh wMtm fefid J JARMIi iBBHMHHi 7 Caaage ia Drag Pir Mr B L Middletn late rxrfnir icn Mint afternoon honght out Mr K C Stock- Wedanaay ujuat 27 1880 ntire interest in the drug businew of Stockton A Brooks Mr Stockton is Excursion to Cincinati Sunday See rs yet undecided as to what he will en local gage i The firm will now be Brooks Mh Minnie 15 Smiths notice of Middleton and will secure a large share of the public patronage piano class Â¬ THE CLIMAX The Louisville Times Says Hon C and return this wis k J Bronton of Lexington who was in l xinptoo the city Lu t night has given up all idea returning Sept 1 LSk if he ever entertained any of making day dinner at Central Hotel Ed the race for Congress in the S entli disSee local P iweJL proprietor trict this fall Mr Breckinridge is not ver tlie Kentucky likely to have npllMiiw so long as W ratal rutral to the Lexington Fair this week wants the office but when he da aside they l It be a race do say tint there is going to xintfon Fair is in progress Itctween Bronston hvei opened vesterdav and will close Saturtie and one or two others for his gaiters that will make even Bronston s hair lirt was- broken Monday on Mr E C curl i - lmb iiv on Broad- - Cheap excursion to Cincinnati Sunday for the round trip A Cirlrr tl Â¬ Hotel Assinni nt K IHnelli Co ir led high and four feet in cir iii inference Mr K E V tries haa bought of C S Powell a lot on the North side of Bruad for 530 i I ilue grass excursion to CincinHowrrd uitday Mean Shaw nati f Ford managers hae a ifli coffee pot d Â¬ Brothers this place have been No cause of the assignment is made awarded the contract for pi terfng the lown but it must be outside matters new publii school building in Winches- - the hotel has done a good business Hay ke Bennett A Unaatoa have de ided to make a cliauge in their dry tisiness January 1st and offer coat See ad -- month A we go to press the papers are lieinjr arranged for the assignment of Mr V Willis proprietor of Hotel Ivndon rnatav terI B Willis is the assignee The assignor is busy making out his schedules of assets and lialilities hut no estimate of either can 1 gathered The firm of W Willis A Mr F Hi I Mi being the partner original proprietors we le was solved lrst 1 Win Willson has returned from it to the Valley of Virginia and says wth is amazing New towns are springing up like grass Prof i sit up having been confined to his bed BOE he was overcome with heat duriiiir the meant hot weather is able Mr Charles Hunley si Kxiu ion to Cincinnati Sunday by aw of Ford the well- Hon It Work Hiwr sicursion managers Their Two railroad coons were jailed on - guinea success in that line Sllllll1V GTanlmn ubu ior taking a valise full of clothing the oth itnrdav of next week let the lVm by order of Itadiaon county r semble in vwmwKm were protUtHted respective pn iuct and select the county eourt from working on the railroad in Madison county That the County Committee done to give the home Itoys a chance letter from IXiylesville this But the boys have not taken advantage tit as it had no name to it we of the owning and professional railroad publish it Will people never workers from Virginia have had the nd ns anon vnions letters work to do Sme of tliem xcasionally ii and Tevis Cobb who forget the laws of mmm tt tuiim and ap i tt sick with lover for several propriate little things to the annoyance are beyond danger without an of persons along the line retaam but will not be out Vocal and lastranental Music Carrie Barlnur has returned from c plucked a peach on the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music that measured nine and one- - where she baa studied for two years and - in circumference the short will teach in conjunction with h r Evidently the largest in Miss Banna akarnaan- she has a high i this grade certificate from the Conservatory lrof Henry S Greena si k t school to See her advertisement elsewhere Miss Barbour is proficient in instruor colUge will ojien at the mental and vocal music rud an excelSee announcement Me Tin success of last school is lent instructor A school building for those young iimeiidatinn ladies is in course of construction on the Mr Jesse Cobb of Kstill county has First rYenbyteriaa church lot and will tited t organize the farmers be ready by the opening day iiinty into alliances Tlie t the towers of the coun- Doable Killing at Rowland iiiL e that Madison is so On Monday Bos- - Hamilton and Bob Ferguson oth residents of Rowland the railroad junction near g1 nfonl met t utirt Kay lhnar in mortal combat Hamilton shot Ferseer nd door from Co guson and as the latter leu he shot the Excellent cooking and former and thus two lights were extinBee their Sicoffee guished beim the participants them eoflaa from it selves could realize the situation Though Hamilton shot first he was first China Stere to die Tlie trouble arose over Fergu f McCann Price bins glass and nouna sons wife Hamilton was formerly a hrakeman on Ixxington When you the Kowland Branch of the K C aud is call and nee them known by many in Bichmond Central laiversity Attention is called to the advertise-Â¬ ment of Central Cnivei itv The ad vantages offered by this prosperous home institution an- greater than ever Mens and every boy and young man in the county who wants a good education should get ready to enter college at the opening on Wednesday September 10th Dr Blanton the Chancellor will be in Hichmond next Monday Countv Court day and can be seen at the First National Bank by all who wish to consult him Â¬ Â¬ at Mut their fr I id Â¬ sitr Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Manic Claa New Firm week we st itel that Mrs Lail had Mr M Bright has sold out to bi Â¬ resumed her cla in music We should that sin will resume on Mon- - son Mr William B Bright and Mr W Pupils will be received S Hume The new firm of W B Bright Co will begin business Beaoaanbnr 1st at the residence of Mr I K Forinan on Main street Mrs is a teacher of They are jiopular yonng men and w ill at - experience ldl least hold the large and profitable Bntanaaaaa so long extended Bee A postotiicv has been established at Mephenss shop nidway lietween Kicli ui nd and Spevd well Its name is Col yer This makes twenty four jxistofticos in Madixm county with Cleveland Ford Paint lack and proliattly others just over the conunty line New Cost cessor For twenty five years Mr 1 M Bright has sold shoes boota and gen4 furnishing goods at the same sand on Main street Vi West and retires with the proud satisfaction that he made money and friends year by year and proved an unqualified ana ankapaaj tieir hoeaeearaa should know its character and some of the liest remedies that can be applied The attacks are so sudden and it runs its course in many casei so sw iftly that those remote from veterin- Â¬ ary surgeons will have to deend mainly ujon their own exertions for before the surgeon can be got to the patient life will in many cases become extinct For- Â¬ tunately we are acquainted with several medicines that allay these spasms and the disease often ceases almost as sudden Â¬ ly as it appeared The following is recommended oil of turpentine 3 o laudanum 1 oz Mix and give in a pint of warm ale turned down from a bottle Another and jwrhaps more effective is Something New Indrrthe Saa chloroform 1 ox laudanum 1 oz SulhToif was not the only man in the phuric ether 1 oz linseed oil 8 oz mrriian Cultivator Kble who made m stakes The one who said there is nothing new under the ABOUT RAILROADS sun certainly went wrong In BBppOlt of our assertion we quote from a jxster Versailles to Nicholasville 1672 miles that a Hend kindly brought us from Leli Nichola ville to Bichmond 2072 miles r ion Bichmond to Irvine Sftgn mils Irvine King Bahananmra imbii Daahn Kfc to Beatty ville 34 miles chapter Benefit of A If E Zion Church Messrs I M Bright S S Parkes and Lebanon Ky A grand three days en- Â¬ J T Shackelfonl attended the Stocktertainment of aaagnatce t proportions 15 in to le held under a mammoth tent of great holders Meeting of the R N I seating capacity Aug LL 23 L4 An im liuisville last Tuesday night J W was elected President C D Chenpc sing affair draw n from the Mh chapter of Stine C L Searcy J I DnttieL Never In fore dram tzed in tlrs ault vice IYesident Harris New land bines and C D Chen- Â¬ State Two bra bands tw o orche 1 twenty mount if marshals on uniformed ault among the directors The Cincinnati Southern Railroad horse- - veiled daughters of Jerusalem Bpenkiag by distinguished men has been having hard luck the past etc week There was a collision at Danville SfiOO people expect white and colore Kxctirsions oi all railroads leading which ruined two engines and killed two e men ar accident at Oakdale disabled no Lnbanaa Program A grand moonlight picnic another engine two were badlv damag and open air concert Friday will com ed in the collision at Lexington Thursmence at 4 P M free for all till I P M day and the engine draw ing the Florida When the cannon tins the doors of the sHf ial last Friday night ran into a freight car and was hadly damaged at At N4o P M great tent will b ojiened the exercises will be Opened with a choir the depot hen- AfikMawaht DaaacraC of fifty voices with piano organ and RELIGIOUS cornet accompaniment and prayer S turday A M at signal of At The dedication of Brook town Chriscannon King Belshazzar his niimerou lords veiled daughters of Jerusalem tian Church on k t Sunday drew an unmounted marshals Cyrus army black usually large crowd FIder Bowe of hawks lobbeaa etc will form a line at Cincinnati preatned and a hountiful dinheaded by the Old Star ner bd all present and the entire day Zion Chun Band At 10 15 A M second signal ot was pleasant in every particular cannon the pnicession will move to tent Elder K I Thomas the Iird will ing and grounds The arrival of Belshazzar will preach at Flatwoods at 4 oclock p and his lords at the jwilace will le greeted in Wednesday Aug 27th and for the w ith ten cannon Admission to Iredestinarian Baptist church of Bich salutes tent HI cents during the day till 8 P M niond an the Irvine pike three miles Mu Â¬ Ei st of Bichmond on Thursday Aug KxercisvS commence at llioOAM sic by Old Star Ikind and Pnjf Bow n 28th at 10 oclock a m treisonhestra I P M sieaking by The Tates Creek Association of Suhject Kx Gov J Proctor Knott Ikiptists aannn Lonlwill What I Would Io Were I a Oalotad ing be held with the TMcnmond church Man Music 4 P M sje ing in Mr W W Piggs woodland on the Admis Â¬ At B P ML tert dMirs open Irvine pike three miles East of Bichsion Ji cents children under ten years mond on Friday the 5th Satunlay the M the feast of Bel Â¬ At S4 P 10 cents ith and Sunday the 7th of Septemb shazzar and his gods will commence with ISM The public are cordially invited to It must be seen to inijHising ceremony attend Music and speaking lie appreciated Editor Climax Will you pier e an Excursion from LouhmDeat x A ML nimmv that next Sunday morning I shall Sunday in id rally and basket meet- preach at the Methodist Church in town ing Aahniaaaon W cents children ad- Â¬ for the last lime before leaving for con mitted frtf 100 voiies with piano or- Â¬ ference Also that on Sunday weak I M At gan and cornet acooaapanimeatt will wind up my years work at Provi Â¬ 1 M At aanhw meeting AM dence Our conference meets this year Ad Â¬ At 7 P ML dixir open pleaching at Lexington Sept 10 Bishop Hargrove children free AtiS45 mission tOeeata presides Morris Evans preaching It is statif that a steamer liound for PEKS0N AL the west coast of Africa recently had on Mr B F Walker of Atlanta etaae ui lxKrd 14 missionaries 40 tousofgun powder 11 cses of gin and 10100 casks last week on busiii These are all adjuncts of civi- Â¬ Say Brook of rum Mr Ijirken Muhns of lization But the gunpowder and fire- Â¬ Ills is here on business water are more jtopular with the canniMr Curtis Bumam and wife of Colobals than the missionaries though oc rado are visiting rilatives here casionally the latter find themselves in Mr and Mrs W B Letcher mi demand at great feasts It is a nice daughters hae returned from Chicago question jast how much the church willle Mr and Mrs C C Ihmiel are visiting taxed to offset the effects of gunpowder relatives at Bichmond and College Hill and rum in Africa Mnhnhnnhi Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ arrival in this city he a coated Hon L F Hubble wit i the delicate plea of filling out for him a cheek for thirty five dollars not however asking him to sign any name Proceeding to a young unsus- ecting colored boy Byron Patterson he finally jK rsuaded him to p it the name of J S Collins a prominent citizen of Bichmond to the check Only one more move remained to be made and the die was cast or rather the money had He straightway goes to our Common Â¬ wealths AttorneyCapt W H Herndon procures on 6aid check four dollars by the Captains indorsing and return i it Bronston by some means then got an Â¬ other little thirty five dollar check filled out but his attempts to get the filthy lucre thereon were exceedingly futile i he was allowed only a few minutes time suspicioning beaan young Patterson something gave the picnic away to chief Hamilton who went on his trail lodging him in jail at the door of which he resisted arrest causing jailer Both well to bruise up his tist n ttle on the culprits head On Wannat iay morning in re Â¬ sponse to a me age Collins deuied em phatically any authority having been given Brostou to use ao promiscuously his name esjx clally to checks LonoasfeT Kw House Well the gentleman thoughtfully replied an old white horse n away and went thundering down street and in a moment a red headed woman came along and the thing got started in that way and kept going from bad to worse TIORSE NOTES Colic is one of the most fat diser s that alllicts the equine family and is often very swift in its course It is believed that a greater number of deaths k caused 1 than results from anv other cause Every by colic even- - year among good horses prede- Â¬ this week Jniiif Kil- - DrewaeA - The Courier Journal thus speaks of James Smith fell from the iak of Morans Mill on our fellow citizens who bnatrone their Nilver Creik Monilay and was drowneiL Hhaa and hied themselves away to He was a thresher ham work ng with pleasures new as notices last week colored boy named Messrs Buff Willis Hagan Mitchell Corner Mi er held an impiest and the verdict rendered was and Deatherage of Richmond spent accidental drowning The IkkIv was re Â¬ yesterday with Lonmille cyders They are touring through the State taking in covered Mammoth Cave aud other points of inKjirraitiag Oat terest They left yesterday afternoon for The Irvine Eagle thus mentions three Shelbyville A better or more gentle Richmond men Kvans and manly quintette of riders could not Picklt are having the building next to found anywhere Mr Buff known the the restaurant enlarged and fitted np ior te over as Pap is the oldest wheel A Schilling The latter gemleman will man in Kentucky hut a jollier boy leave for Cincinnati next week to pur- Â¬ never bestrode a bike He is sxty five chase a new outfit and expects to have years of age and has a long white bend the finest saloon in Irvine which causes the irreverent and irrepressible kills to call him Santa Clans SHMWKW Pailare Pap thinks nothing of wheeling sixty The failure of the young banker Clif- or seventy miles a dav over Kentuckvs ton Bodes Barrett in Louisville was a hilly road- surprise to the public generally His and the Towa liabilities are abo it irloOC JO w ith an The Dos Tax the Do Marshal eijual amount of assets but consierable of the latter is not good As announced in The Ctimax two He has relatives and friends here in week ago that all dogs running at large who hojie he may pull without collar and tig in Richmond Richmond through dollar for dollar would be killed the shooting has lieguu Officer Feeney is not resjiecting any Ken Shop owners on any account whatever but Mr S L Midktr has moved his new annihilating all canines not sufficiently shop on Third street between Irvne and dudieh to wear a collar He has killed His building is 2Hx60 and dozens of them North streets He empolys eight two stories high Several amusing occurrences are re- Â¬ skilled workmen and is prepared with lated by Capt Feeney He went to a every Bao4era facility to do Ijlacksmith plat and out came a huge nag named ingand arced work in the most approved Garfield which was summarily dispatch- Â¬ manner Persons having any work in ed and instantly there came another his line will do well to call and try hiin named Blaine which went the way of Next day his unfortunate companion lr Iartory Next Year another dog name I Reed was killed and the principal jf Grant had not crawled under the house an ice iiave passed to the great in and which now t idly abused The ofiic have failed for lack of water by the women and blubbered at by the he put factory in white the men look to he of the d luxtaummer He is k x panaaa ideud awaits investors in us that men Collector ltt gnaated ice factory to say dollar tax have paid him tin md luxury oI tax in their and rarely liave a square meal The burial of Blaine and Garfield took Save Other Star place in Da Buckleys back yard with star ot Uethlenem tnat y a large crowd of collarless doga in attend-n-macan now be hc ducting services Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 1 i v iradys machine Dr John C Breckinridge Foster of Owen cor itv visited Messrs Vories Schoolfield the past week Mrs L Clay of White Hall and Mrs J B Hardwick St anon are Citing Mrs B H Kale Irrbu hhfl Bojaha Wm Willis and Prof B C Hagerman attendifl the s te meeting of the Christian Church at Lexington Mr and Mrs John Hisle son aid daughter of Richmond are visiting rela- Â¬ Vaughn Cor In it JSayfe tives here lrof Geo R Tali aft left Tuesda lor Ford to accept a iosition as book keeper Irriiie for one of the large mill firms Eaglt Dr ti W Evai R C II Covington Thos Thorpe Hon A T Chenault Ed Cosby Judge J C Chenault Rev P Blake and others are attending the Bap tist Association at W nford Bev B L Banaoa Mhaaeel la t week from a two years stay in Eunie and spent a few days with the family of his uncle Bev L ti Barlsjur D D He will probably Ik- called to fill a pulpit in Louisville He wo the greater part of his time at Berlin but saw much of We mar and Paris Miss Mary Ben Neale entertained a large numlier of friends at the home of Mr and Mrs B H Neale her parent three miles out on the Ix xington pike last Thursday evening The party was given in honor of Miss Mary His Iges of Paris and Miss Mary EL TTaala tf Lta An orchestra from Imisville ington Tlie table was especially wa present A handsome embossed cameo inviting dance program with motto ami initial a ieature oi me evening an uie nun the use of the ln autiful prevented grounds but HBnOOM all wai bright and joyous Two hundred invi tions were sent out - Joe Jones brother of Sam is severely Â¬ criticised by leering Camp Ground visi tors as being rough to the verge of lath cency without his brothers wit to softHe invites those who en the toughness dont like his remarks to call at his tent ami fight it out and women in the audience are directly referred to in offensive terms If this account is true Rev Joe Jones can not be invited too soon to leave the pulpit While rude wit aud aapouahad oratory are sometimes effec- Â¬ tive in such a peace vulgarity and coarseness bring reproach upon the fair name of religion and should not be toler- Â¬ Xicholawille Journal ated an instant Rev Jones ajxdogized for one of his sermons at Parks Hill Â¬ Â¬ THIN COLUMN Judge Neir of Splitit Creek Miner Kargery in money circles was oaer of C antral University is a in Lancaster Tuesday evening He does not mean to deny the when one G W Bronston a negro who The star of nhem says Dr Barbour the as- - Qui i ty was 11 loes ijuu tiou happened something like thie Ipou his county is in town A Knowcst thou not what is a bike bike is a silent steed with rnUnVnhoaa so to speak the has painted for Mrs Miss finest gander you ever saw enthusiastiyesterday win cally exclaimed a had seen a recent painting of a stork by one of our young ladies Every dog has its day is an old say ing We dont object to a dog having entry day if he wants it but we draw the line at night One in our end of pi oc- ne town nas rr ry nn i TI is i ed up beeaaaa the x he not been paid on him and gets even by a monotonous barking from 10 p m to 0 a m Major Rees what was the matter with Winchester last week that there was ttch an unusual Bomber ofaenaatioaa involving promioeut i ked a eople a of the venerable proprietor of the Â¬ ly The New York Star gives an amusing description of the way in which some young ladies in that city made money at a chufch fair but there is no one in this latitude of course who will believe a won of it According to the Stars account the fair was held on Long Island and had the real nature of the attraction licen known before hand the Ixmg Island Railroad Company would have had to put on extra trains The young lacies were careful not to divulge the precise chara ter of the inducements oflnred to male patrons but they indulg Â¬ ed in mysterious hints that brought large crowds of gentlemen to the scene It was then diso ivercd that the lawn where the fair was held contained among other things a tent which bore the pleas Admission five cents to ing legend In- Â¬ kiss the jaby twenty five cents vestigation says the Star proved that the haby was plural and that its ages ranged from sixteen to nineteen years Within half an hour the men had formed a line which reached half way round the grourds Each man as fast as he left the tent hastened to secure a place at the anhnr end of the line so as to get in again The news of what was going on spread rapidly and delegations begai to arrive from the ncighlioriig villages Finally hvisiness at all the other I tooths aapended in order to give the lucra- Â¬ tive kis ing baa full swing Wnen the is of the fair were counted the amount was found to be 200 of this 160 had been taken in at the baby tent AVomen it is well known are in a good cause and it may be pos- Â¬ sible that the Ing Island girls thought it their solemn duty to be kissed for the Itenefit of the church but we nlwolntidv tn Mavo that thev would dn en Â¬ li tip ir - 1 Any juW tMllK rigl tly constituted K young man loar ratner th prf flage and it is not to 1hj suppo6ei that even most pious ladies wouM not mm q thig fact It vould lie a base slander to sug gest that tie young ladies put the prices at iojulai rates to insure their own en joyment if the affair and to induce the gentlemen to vote early and often pher and the quickness of the operation are no trees a cheap shed covered with CORRESPONDENCE as vouched for by responsible authority boanls or even with brash may be put Conservative opinion in the Mississip Â¬ may be inferred from the statement that up for the purpose Farmert Home Jour-Â¬ BEIIA pi convention to devise some change in he moved himself and his camera out nal P T Dodge and family have left for suffrage which shall secure the property of the way justasaltoulder weighing sev Â¬ A K Denny ltonght of Silas Anderson Alyona Iowa and intelligence of that State against the eral tons was altont to land dangerously 9 mule colts at 50 W A Hail sold to Miss Maggie Tankersley has been visdomination of the Negro vote seems to lie near him It is also stated as A J Watson 71 ewes and wethers for iting Miss Alice Preston hiding to the Australian ballot as at laast the satisfactory result of the achieve- Â¬ 22250 W T Smith s 1 to Embry - partial remedy and one that will serve ment tliat the artist took the picture just Mr Fee is slowly gaining and is able to Dunn a 4 yeaiold gelding for 140 J for a time as the dust and stones from the explos- Â¬ M Hail sold to Henry D Paughman 41 ride out on pleasant days Friday the News had an item stating ion had reached their heighest elevation mountain ewes at 4 jier head Beazley Mr Kleinknecht is about to remove that Mrs Dr Adairs mocking bird hail The rise in silver 111 per ounce is Bros bought here vestenlay a lot of lit his family to Harrison Tenn escaped and that it could be recognized cheering to the friends or our new silver to 125 pound hogs at 3J cents JS Miss Julia Hanson has returned from by its whistling Where did you get law and they predict that it will go up Young binght of Pulaski parties nine her visit among relatives in Augusta Satunlay some of Mr C to 129 per ounce or to the old ratio of that hat steers and heifer at 8 to Principal Hunting has returned from Alexanders folks heanl it and remark gold When silver gets to 129 per 1050 Samuel Martin tali to J W Chautauqua Lake where he has spent the 1 if that it must be the bin s token of in ounif the standanl dollar w ill be worth Ferguson of Bourlton 24 fat cattle at 41 the News and they caught it and return- Â¬ intrinsically a gold dollar But that it eta that averaged 1700 iounls J M entire season Miss Lena Savers leaves on Tuesday ed it to the owner B jrben Mean will ever get to that point the Itest au- Hail boagbl of Charlie Spoonaunore 6 for Ctah where she will engage in teachSome of the colored men at Birming- Â¬ thorities deny In May 1889 it was cattle averaging altout 1000 poun Is for ing about forty miles from Salt Lake ham Ala 185 property holders have start- Â¬ selling at 92 cents par oence A rise of ami of J J Thompson 117 sheep City ed a movement looking to their race to Pi cents since that time ought to satisfy including banba for 37750 Stanford Dr Stuart and family reached this protest against the passage of the Lodge the sieculators It is generally argued Jtynnutl place on Wednesday night The welbill They very sensibly announce their that the rise has In en caused by our leg-Â¬ now e lent that Itoth in Greit It opposition to the jtassage of any laws islation We are a generous people Britain and in Frame the years har- Â¬ come tendered them by friends in the which are calculated to increase race We are enriching our Western silver vests are a complete failure There has form of a reception at the home ot E P prejudice in the South and create strife be kings by artificially enhancing the value practically Iteen no summer this vear in Fairchild was very pleasant and enjoya ble refreshments were abundant and the tween the whites and Macks Tiim n of their product and at the same time both countries hut in its stead a continThe subject of an interesting paper to putting np the selling value of the silver uance of the cold rainy weather that best of cheer prevailed What wv distinguished last summer along our appear in Harpers Magazine for August held by Germaiy and India Syrap af igs is Custers Last Battle by Captain hold of silver is a trifle to what is bead in Atlantic coast Wheat ots and all Produced from the laxative and nutritious Charles King C S A Captain King in other eountriis Our generosity lies other grains are in many j tarts of these juice of California figs combined with the gives a graphic account of the famous in our buying from 54000000 to 70 countries not worth the laltor of gather medicinal virtues of plants known to be Sioux campaign of 1871 and of the defeat 000000 worth of silver a year to hold for ing In no instance has more than half most beneficial to the human system acts of the daring commander of the Ameri- Â¬ other jteoples benefits a crop been reiiorted as itroliable Tlie gently on the kidneys liver and bowels can cavalry The paper will lie accomLexington is blessed w ith a good water failure of the potato crop in Ireland is effectuallv cleansing the system dispelling panied by a map of the battle ground on supply for fire protection At the fire on said to lie almost eaaaplete and if this colds and headaches and curing habitual Sunday night 125000 gallons of water was turn nit to be truethe easantry will lte constipation the Little Big Horn Biver Montana brougnt jterilousy near starvation Manns Chism was tried ln fore Judge used and at the reservoir it could scarct Jack thinn the menhaeee man of Jones yesterday on a writ of lunacy but ly In- notico UuO any water had Iteen What the tolitical cor seipiences of the HarrolsburgandOeorg o the jury were convinced from his shrewd taken out That amount would lie over bad year will be in Oreat Britian it is mine county had a fight Mal in Nicholasville A bal harvist is replies which baffled the intention of four gallons of water for every man uot ditficult hi predict Thursday night in which McCabe was the lawyers to entrap him that he was a woman and child in the city The water always disastror- - to the party in power badly cut person of sound mind The prisoner is pressure at the fire was TO pounds which Jnarnaf Miss Minnie B Smith teacher of piano the twentieth child of the late Commo- Â¬ fon tf 1 a stream high altove the surround Some alliances wish the ident and If necessary 120 pounds Senate elected by the BOpabn vote will give lessons in one of the Sunday dore Jas Chism who was a veteran ot ing buildings the war of 1812 and whose widow is one of pressure can lte put on at anv mt Others altandoning the d utrines of School Rooms at the Christian church after September 8th i8qp it of the few remaining pensioners of that ments notice but that is very seldom pearo en earth and need will to men required The old fire cisterns formerly exclude lawyei- from BBaaabeaabip ami war Wiiichrrter Democrat There an- in the Canted States 3438 in use only bald about 20000 gallons national banking associations in operaThe total vote cast for Mrs Henry the and if they had been depended upon declare them unfit to hold riy office even that of judge Dertaaa merchants tion having a fAtti capital f 3505575 for Clerk of the last Sunday night the loss by fire prohibitionist candidate woir 1 ami brokers are also excluded from niem Court of Appeals will not exceed 1200 in have Iteen mm h greater NOTICE barship by some alliances Itcal svnti the entire State or in the proportion of At one time during the fire when a ment is reflected as a rule in the utter much less than 1 per cent This is some Â¬ number of streams were at work on t InHa ving sold out to W S Hume and ances of the organizations so tliat eons what a surprise and can be attributed flames it was estimated that full v 1000 tency is not to In- expected Tl- impor- my oi W B Bright who will continue largely to the fact that she was also run- gallons per minute was used This is tant tning altout the allianoe is an the the business under the firm name of W ning in the interest of the Womans Suff almost sufficient to quench any fire For B Bright Co I desire to recommend rage heresy There are a large numlier of tire protection tin- water works is a great surface namely tluit it is a verv jiower them to my former customers and friends ful orgiizatiou of famu rs to get hack prohibitionists in the State who will not thing as it has already savtsl in the valhoping thev will continue to the young righ countenance this al k tminatiou hi aoaall r ue of property alone more than its cost filched which they declare have been firm the same liberal patronage that a om them by Ikt el i ord most generous people have extended to to the citizens for years to come With fonv of ineipiit tblo me The names of many of them and Jas W Haydon of Keene met with a the contemplattfl enlargement of the If you are bflidi a new bftrti esjtec their children have Iteen written upon mv s vere loss last Tuesday night altoiit 8 reservoir the supply of water will be ially it is to be one in wiHi cows or books year after year oclock His stable caught on fire much greater and the danger from fire without intermisother animals are to lie tabled build it sion for more than a quarter of a century through some unknown cause and burn- corresitoudingly less hexmjtm JVaaa high between floor and ceil ng and lie There is ed to the gronnd killing two fine horses much of sadness in the dissoluvery sure tt put in plenty of w idows tion of these business Koyal by Hambletonian Mambrino relation but the CONCERNING FARMERS and set it so the east south and west friendships formed Mambrino dam St Mary and Dillard and the gratitude I sides will come fcrirest to the sunlight so owe will be a matter of Denmark by Mark Diamond dam by perpetual memory Indications jmint to an abundant crop d Weather a AhkI ofgetdea with that in me and mine D M BRIGHT John Dillard The total loss including of fall gni sunlight will light up the whole interior stable is estimate at H000 partially inConnie Gaines near Cnion City has a It is hotter than a cow doetr and dont The total numi r of deaths by win sured Mr Haydon was away from flock of two hundred and eighty seven eortt aijuarter as much Have wire net storms and lightnini since January last home at the time of the fire as were also bucks is estimated at 1100 ting outside so that when thedg days s tsmpared with some fine stock which wen- iiuartcred at J B Vandivier has bought 45yearbJ if tme the w iiilows can be raises and ex- only 163 deaths from the same causes the Fair grounds Kcnanfa Journal ig suckling mules ranging from 545 to cellent ventilation can lie hail Aside during the whole of so This is a rec The steamship Teutonic of the White Ilarroilxburg Drm CM from all the goil it will do the animals onl which will make this season memor Star line has smashed all records The The Missouri Fanners AlUrnec has it makes a more human human habitation able in tin- annals of meteorologv vessel made the run from Kin hes Point pronouueed against the sub Treasury for the nit p to do there work in Hoard Sick Headache and a sensation of to Sandy Hook in five days nineteen scheme which has turned IlK heads of Dairiman oppression and dullness in the head are hours and five minutes The Teutonics a good many Democrats va all parts of A resolution of the Senate has brought very commonly produced by indigestion daily runs were 8th 47s miles Mh the Tlie Missouri farmers country 4l 10th 512 11th 500 12th 4X8 Uth know on which ship their bread is but- to light an amusing letter written by Mr morbid despondency irritability and over Whitelaw Be id our mii ler to France sensitiveness of the nerves may in a ma- Â¬ 340 to Sandy Hook The Itest rei onl of tered Record to M Kibot the French mil ter of for- jority of cases be traced to the same of Paris was made bust year the City Where weeds 4taSve something ltetter eign affairs on tlie subject of American cause Dr J H McLeans Liver and when that vessel made the run across in will grow if man anil lend his assistance Itork and its exclusion from France Sim Kidney Balm and Pellets will positively five days nineteen hours and eighteen Â¬ 3 minutes The City of Paris on that trip In this matter as in some others pos 1881 our pork has been practically ex cure cluded from the sister republic ostersi covered 2788 knots where the Teutonic session is nine points in the law D THE NORTHWEST CHICAGO covered 208i and Iteat the City of Paris Weeda hM their place by suarett bly on the ground that it is dis M d and being the first on the unwholesome sovereignty but really to protect time in additiou by thirteen minutes As the city at the head of Lake Michi- Â¬ ground AVm- Knglnnd Farmer French farmers om our i pttiliuil gan is now attracting a great deal of atChili is on the eve of a revolution it K Tey M Ribot is known among Furo te n Whaehaater Court J A tention citizens of Richmond will be glad appeaaa by reason of toe differences be for Irs undiplomatic cheek and am rttoneer reorts altout 400 cattle on to know that they are connected tween the President and Congress The Twenty six extni feeders brustjueness i the presentation of French with it by comfortable tlie market and expeditious Chillian Congress objects to the present j ideas altout French intcres but Mr brought 328 per cwt 22 gtod steers railway service The train leaves Richcabinet of the President and wants it 343 3 plain 314 Other Reids language must have given even M mond at feeders 105 P- - mt connects at Cincinnadismissed On June 14 it went so far as sab i at same prices All offerings sold Kiltot a shock He rem its the French ti with the Chicago Night Express of the to pass a resolution declining to ante mi iter that Fn ce is not sincere i i i at cent higher than last court Pennsylvania Lines which runs through necessary appropriations thv until Why should not Kentucky try a far- alleged realms for excluding our pork with passenger coaches and a Pullman President names a ministry which res We have had law- lb- shows him that Fruee could get Sleeping Car arriving Chicago at 730 a mer for governor jtects Chilis institution anil enjoys the yers doctors politicians and soldiers more revenue by admitting it r id that m making direct connection through confidence of our National Congress France nrsss revenue It s the duty of the Pennsylvania Passenger Station No money has Iteen voted since so All ot these cla ses have been tried and the French govcrincnt he tells M Ribot Chicago with the best of all hi been one in which is a outgoing trains for the varithat every branch of administration is in mixture of tanner with his soldierly to let the pixtr buy the neces sarii s of life ous towns and cities in the great northdisonler Nearly all bushier- is arrested cheap and American pork s Bee Now let us try a straight out west For complete information regardThis state of things in the model re- Â¬ iualities and cheap Our minister adds a threat firmer Farmer Bmm hmnxal ing a journey in that direction apply to public of South America is much to be If France wont let in our jfirk the I I Roberts Assistant General Passen Â¬ Dick Heed of Favette county raised United States he suggests regretted may in retali- Â¬ The Faat thirteen foxes i his barn yanl ami says ation shut out French wines The in- ger Agent Cincinnati O A very myterious shooting took place Northern Express of the Pennsylvania they do not disturb chickens but live on tensity of American leafing about inthe in Morris Valley on Crooked Creek rats mice ami rabbits Lines leaves Cincinnati at 755 a m and His chickens sult t our pork has already he reminds nine miles east of here last Sunday were not disturlted arrives Chicago at 510 p m carrying Perliats Dicks M R ot caused the Senate to restore passenger coaches night when Miss Maggie Adams daughand a Pullman foxes were like the obi farmers dogs ter of Gran ville Adams was probably which always went away froui home to the 30 per cent duty on work i of art Buffet Parlor Car 11 which the House had removed This is fatally shot The shooting occurred at kill aheap Farm r Home Journal A square meal at Central Hotel Ed all very fresh in ew of the fact that the residence of James Jones to where Senator Wilson of Ilowa says that the Congress is now engage 1 in passing a law Powell Proprietor for 25 cents Court Miss Adams hail accompanied a daughter farming depression is not the result of to tax heavily everv win- batik that en- Â¬ Day it of Mr Jones from church Mr Jones ters the countiy not to speak of heavv his daughter and Miss Adams were the actual facts but of the lies told about it Haaakfrebirh only occujiants of the house at the time The Farmers Alliances at the West increases of duty uin many daises of Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs must be made up of awful liars accord Â¬ French goods It is queer however to The shooting took place after midnight Or perhais the find the proprietor of thd Tribune urging 40- - Caooae Bennett Cbmston Some one was seen to run from the house ing to this theory farmers do dot know when they are bad- that any government ought to let it- - peo The most delicate constitution can alter the report of the pistol was heard safely use Dr J H McLeans Tar Wine but it was too dark to recognize the as- Â¬ ly off They are aware however that ple have any fo eign pro luct cheap Lung Balm it is a sure remedy for sassin The 1H entered just above the Congressional speeches pay no mortga DIED coughs loss of voice and all throat and right eye cutting the skull as it ranged ges SicholatvilL- Journal There have Iteen 8000 breeding ew s lung diseases back The wounded girl is in a critical 13 Mrs Kate Stone Edwards wife of Dr sold in this county th summer at from Aft condition Vernon Cor Stanjord Take one of Dr J H McLeans Lit350 to 500 per head These sheep J C Ed war Is and granddaughter of the Journal ought to te protected and according to late Col Wm Rodes this place dLd tle Liver and Kidney Pellets at night beThe Census Office has just issued a bul- Â¬ Dr B J Spurr James Simpson Jesse near St Charles Mo on the 17th fore you go to bed and you will be sur- Â¬ letin in regard to the indebtedness of the Bryant Pres Wadday of the National how buoyant and vigorous you will Maggie Mc Williams wife of Dr James prised States says the Louisville Post In 1880 Sheep Association and Dick Redd every Mi Williams and daughter of T H feel the next day Only 25 cents s vial Kentucky6 bonded debt was 18030 the farmer should have at least three fox Â¬ Maupin died l 3- neir Whites Station in lowest sum on the list except Wisconsin hounds to keep the worthless curs from Mai county on Tuesday August Lace Cartaias and three States which had no bonded depredating on these flocks Iyeirglon 19th 1890 Burial in family lining Our Lace Curtain stock is complete at all In 1890 the sum had risen Ga1t debt ground at Menelaus Leaves three child Â¬ 40- Crooke Bennett Crmston to 680394 nearly four times Si much Tlie idea at the bottom of the Alliance ren but is insignfiennt hen compared with movement which is now attracting so Sheep far Sale Mrs Sarah Ellen Higginbotham forMassachusetts debt of 28251000 or much attention througiiou the West and I have 2300 sheep for sale including merly of this place died at Danville on Virginias of 2868ti000 There are now South is that under existing laws A is only nine States with a smaller bonded taxis 1 for Bs Itenefit and that A isti eil of Tuesday August 20th 1890 and was 1000 select ewes 10- H H Colyer buried in the Richmond cemetery on debt than Kentucky In 1880 our float- Â¬ this arrangement We shall have the Wednesday She was the wife of J W ing debt was 1682182 and in 1890 it is thing in a nutshell if by A we In connection with the series oi papers understand Higginbotham brother of Mrs C N 1705946 This sum is more than the agricultural interest and by B the va- Fitzpatrick of this place and daughter of now being published on Exercise for Wo- lanced by funds on hand amountrious other interests that are favored by Wm Stewart of Rockcastle county She men the next number of Harpers Bazar ing to 2557949 Act rnling to these law at the fanners ex per had lived in Garrard and Fayette and will contain an article on The Ladies figures our assets exceed our debts by Athletic Club at the Berkeley Lyceum John M King the owner of the Jersey recently removed to Danville 171631 This is a fairly good showing by Mary Gay Humphreys heifer Mattie Armstrong 53077 that In twenty one States the assets are less dropped a THK HISTLEB calf on July 30 1889 when than the debt Advocate Wanted A position for Fall Term she was only twelve months and seven By Flora Moore and the great Kernel by a lady to teach either a private school New York newspapers have just dis- Â¬ days old states that si e has dropped an- Â¬ dont fail to see it opens at Havlins covered that there is a wayside inn pro other calf on July 16 1890 This is two Theater Cincinnati August 31 1890 the or as an assistant Can teach the full vided with stables and other appurten Â¬ calves before she is two years old as best show that has been in Cincinnati for English course Two years experience Address ances for the entertainment of man and she herself was dropped on July 23 1888 ten years Moses or the bondage in Good references furnished beast in good style close to the tomb of He says the heifer is doing well and will Egypt at the Campus the grandest spec- Â¬ Box 22 Smithfitld Henry Co Kentucky Gen Grant in Riverside Park The dis Â¬ come up to his fonner expectations that tacular plav of the age Wild Oats if nn If you are suffering with weak or incovery has created quite a flutter of in- she will beat anything on the globe at ic ojtea at Harris Theater Zoological flamed eyes or granulated eyelids you dignation in Gotham and out of it The her age when she is tested Jersey Bul- Â¬ Garden Closing Day at the Teat Coney can be quickly cured by using Dr J H idea that stables and a restaurant and a letin Island of the West the greatest day of McLeans Strengthening Eye Slave 25 ltar should le in such proximity is Fvery 1 000 pounils of horse is pro- Â¬ the season and many other attractions cents a box 113 shocking to the sense of propriety and a ducing fifty muds of manure a day Special train will run on Sunday August KM Glares movement has lxn started to root out and every 1000 pounds of cow produces 31 as follows Leave Rowland 530 a Best make of Ladies and Misses Kid the objectionable establishment But eighty pounds in Gilbert 545 Lancaster 55 Hyatts In nine tenths of tha Â¬ the tenant stunlily stands on his rights barnyards in this country there is a ville 608 Pt Lea veil 613 Lowell 617 Gloves ever in town Every pair guaranteed Crooke Bennett Crmston and his lease and his license He claims waste of fifty cents to 1 ter day in ma- Â¬ Paint Lick 633 Silver Creek b 44 Dun 4- that his inn is a public convenience and nure I have known a man to wade cannon 653 Ft Estill 705 Riclimond Hi me are agent for first Birnam the stables a necessity for his customers through a barnyanl two feet deep in ma- Â¬ 710 Red House 724 Shearer 732 who stop for refreshments while driving nure fifty yean and never see it He Boone 735 Ford 7 Riverside 741 class insurance companies Try them 333- Besides this it is asserted that he occu- Â¬ wore rublier boots Sell your rubber Rankin 750 Winchester 803 Renick pied the ground before Gen Grant and boots and buy robber 815 Austerlitz 820 Cunningham kM The quality of the blood depends pocket books so priority is urged in his behalf You can do it if you stop that waste of Paris 840 a rive at Cincinnati at 11 much upon the good or bad digestion and oclock a m 1 oond trip from Rowland assimilation to make the blood rich in A daring feat of photography has just manure Prof Cm put itself ou record in Massachusetts Cattle aud horses of all ages while at 150 from Rhhinonu Winchester Paiie life and strength giving constituents use and inteniedivte points Sljt H McLeans Strengthening CorDr v here a Boston man secured a fine neg pasture in summer need some sort of dial and Blood Purifier it will nourish tive of a dynamite blast at Savin Hill in shade to w hich they can retreat for ref- Â¬ I have moved my Blacksmith and the properties of the blood from which which 250 pounds of dynamite were used uge agaiiwt the scorching rays of mid- Wood Shop to my two story building on the elements of vitality are drawn This was an unusually huge blast and it day sun A fe v great spreading elms or Third Street and am 100 prepared to do per bottle tore away the greater part of a rocky maples afford a grateful shade and when blacksmitliing and wood work in 3 13 a true ledge sending many tons of stone and such are standing in a lot it is better to workmanlike manner I employ eight Wait Papers fragments of all sixes high into the air leave them standing even at the coat of skilled workmen Bring your work to Largest and cheapest line of Wall Pa Â¬ and shaking tlie earth as in an earth- a little ltes luxuriant growth of grass me and I will guarantee satisfaction pers in town quake The risk run by the photogra- - l than to cat them down Where there U L MIDK1FF 40-- Caooaa Bbmnett A Lrxm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS There are many accidents and diaeaa es which affect Stock and cause aaiiane inconvenience and loss to the farmer in his work which may be quickly remedied by the use of Dr J H McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniment H -- Ik you want to buy a Sulky Surrey Buggy or Carriage call on Donetson lor he the latest best and cheapest 5- - lu Life of the flesh is the blood thereof pure blood means healthy func- Â¬ tional activity and this bears with it the certainty of quick restoration from sick Â¬ ness or accident Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Blood Puri- Â¬ fier gives pure rich blood and vitalizes and strengthens the whole body 100 per bottle 1 13 The Iashnre 40- Oaibre We have the novelty of tlie season in cashmere ombres - Crooke Bennett Coughs and Crmston colds come uninvited but you can quickly get rid of these with a few doses of Dr J H McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm 1 13 Dont Goods 40- Aprea Gee fail to see our Bordered A - Crooke Bennett Crmston Life will acquire new zest and cheer- Â¬ fulness return if you will impel your liver and kidneys to the performance of their functions Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm will stimulate them to healthful action 100 per bottle Cotton Lisle thread and silk ho Ladies and Misses 40- Ii - Crooke Bennett a Crmston - Â¬ The damp and decaying vegetation of regions newly cleared of timber exposed to the rays of the un is sure to breed malaria Di J It McLeans Chills and Fever Cure by mild and gentle action will radically cure 50 cents a bottle and guaranteed 1 13 DomLson has a quantity of new Sulkies Surries and Buggies of the newest and most popular pattern reasonable DRrNKKNNIÂ¬ Â¬ - and at 5- ery - Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ -L- IUl iK HIUT Ia all tbe Wurlil there is bat tin Care Dr Haines Gnbln SperiHr It nn up nf giv n in n or eonfcn WIlllOI i las ir wit Hi r thf pan 1111 I Â¬ Mil heir itwii from NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 1 Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Remaining unclaimed in the Post Otlice at Richmond Ky week endii S - 1 Â¬ Â¬ - Bendel E II Black G E Bassett C F Alrnder John Bennett Nettie Curry Magic Mi Cuper Marv Dalywith Thomas tin McC Â¬ DS Hisin Embrv Maria Â¬ Gaant Falev J f Mrs Prince Mjjie Mrs Reid R W Geo V - r Â¬ Wm Gottdlow C M ib on F V ii Oreen Clavburne Green Me Grave- - Charles E Tnhi Trible Ge Yates Lizzie dijt-lom- Post Otlice hours from Money order and n prompt 7 a m to p m B Harris VV B RL m- - iours M Â¬ WILLIS r Â¬ REMOVAL I Â¬ HA E MOVED MV Â¬ Blacksmith Shop to my new building on Third Street where I have every doing the best of work more rapidly than ever be r 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fore Will be pleased to see ail my old pa trons and many new ones Remember I have moved to Third Street bet Itvine and North Streets S L MIDKIFF 11 Â¬ Â¬ PREPARATORY--SCHQO- L FOR - B OT will t Â¬ Thorough preparation for Harvard Yale Princeton Central Iniversity and all Colleges and technical schools A new huiidin Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ opening of the school September 8th ror iniormation as to terms c au dress HENRY S GREEN B A Yale 77 Richmond Ky References Wm Bennett T D ChenIt-tault Sam Stone 1 a- relv ftr th Â¬ SPECIAL PREMIUM 1 0a Wriae aaj Septrnber IT ISJa the second dav of the Madison County Fair the Association will offer a special premium of Â¬ TEN DOLLARS For the winning horse in the following novel ring The distance is one mile the first quarter to be maJe in a walk tne second in s trot and the remaining half in a im This is something new at Fairs and is one of the most exciting rings ever L HELBY IRVINE witnessed 11 13 Piesident Geo P McCann HC counter-ba- Â¬ Â¬ Price McCAI PRICE Importers of Â¬ Â¬ Cor Main and Mill Srs - LEXINGTON KEN I KY Dinner Sets Tea Sets Chamber Sets Tin Sets Lamps and Hall Lights Piano Lamps Glasiwa Plated Wire Coal VatK iae Wares iron Fereiga aa 4 DeanstJ Art aetehea The largest finest and most rariau VSOTtlB ATTB DEPASTSi is filled with etna a greater variel buy alwas the best Chimney is g Wares last longe in fact everything n who are known OTTO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ before possessed at one time This was convincing proof of the reality of his good Charles Earner Hepped into the office fortune The next day he went to the city and of his friend Bowles editor of the Glen ordered a handsome suit of clothes at a rille Courant asked the edi- fashionable tailors The fact was his old How are you Eame coat was getting threadbare and his over- Â¬ tor I ought to feel happy I suppose said coat decidedl r seedy While he was about the young man a little ruefully lor Ive it he bought a new coat and boots as well just received notice of a legacy as other needed articles and still returned Indeed I congratulate you with money enough in his pocket to make Wait till you hear what it is him feel rich He changed his boarding what is i house engaged a handsome room at a Mv Aunt Martha has just died leaving much nicer place It seems to me you are dashing out 50000 To you t I congratulate you hearti Eames said his friend the editor You know Ive had a legacy said But she leaves it to a public institution Eames laughing She leave me onlv her silver watch which I begin to think you have said the she ha carried 40 years editor How is tha When Eames appeared on the street in didnt approve of my becoming an his new suit it was confirmation of the ied me to be a merchant news of his inheritance His removal to id consulted her wishes I should a fashionable boarding house was addihave been her sole heir The tional confirmation It was wonderful neant more as an aggravahow he rose in the estimation of people tion who had before looked upon him as a But you can make y our own way shiftless artist I can earn a scanty living at present All at once it occurred to him Why But you I hope to do better by and by shouldnt I propose for Mary Brooks know my admiration for Mary Brooks if With 20000 I could certainly support ai been Aunt Marthas sole heir I could her comfortably There was a very pretty ha ier fathers consent to our cottage and tasteful grounds for sale at Now it is hopeless marriaj This would make a charming 5000 This legacy home I am not so sure of that may help you One morning with considerable trepidaYou are joking watch tion young Eames broached the subject you will strictly observe my to Mr Brook No one I should like better for a at are the if Mary is willing was the prompt Agree for one calendar answer month not to mention or convey the least Mary was willing and as there seemed a of the nature of your aunts bequest no good reason for waiting the marriage 1 wii manage the ICI took place whin a few weeks I dont at all know what you mean Charles said his father-in-laafter but I am the young people returned from their the young artist Bo in our hands wedding journey it is time for me to Now remember to render you an account of your money afis at nothing but let mat- ex I have been lucky in my investfairs ake their cou ments and I have 31000 to your credit Well or deducting the amount paid for your ie of the Glcnville Cour house 26000 By the wav have you re g artist was siirpri ed tc read ceived our aunts bequest the following paragraph I received it yeslerdav said Charles We a e gratified to record apiece of Indeed which lias just befallen our es Here it is said the 3 oung man and teemed fellow citizen the promising young he produced a battered silver watch B the will of an I harles Eames lo you mean to say that is all she left aunt recently deceased he comes into you - asked his father-in-lastupefied -ession of a piece of property which Yes sir boon in the tamiiv for many years kicl Brooks whistled in sheer amaze reported to have left ment and his countenance fell For a SI1AFI5 WATCH Â¬ Â¬ I son-in-law Â¬ TMOLIt TUI1IS I DEALERS IN M II UjlVC Caps WT IT m Boots Sloes -- Hals LADIES COME TO OUR AVI Yes were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all GENTS FlISIIIG FOR THE UM Summer Season with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our SUMMER We entered the market to sigSTOCK nalize the coming season by a stock which in its magnitude should mark an event in We have the history of all openings succeeded beyond our expectations The goods are now in and placed on the shelves We can show you the largest selection of GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Better Goods Largest Variety and E GRAND OPENING OF Y RTM It is I IS FILLED WILD BRIGHT Ladies9 Ladies 3 Shoes Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better goods at lower prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the 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 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 REMEMBER COME taile Spring and SEE US 100 COME High Art Novelties IN Shoes in all Styles Youre Made especially for us by Zieglkr Bros Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a hi as Welcome as WHETHER 10 LOOK OR BUY 2 and S250 LADIES SHOE We have added to this line which for style and durability has no equal We have the largest stock of COVINGTON 220 A GRAND W Main Street Near Hotel Glyndon MITCHELL Mens from Bos Shoes FALL DRESS GOODS WHICH IS NOW TAKING PLACE moment he regretted his daughters marriage but then came the thought that his bo through a lucky mistake was led mv aunts en really the possessor of quite a comfortable piece of property which under his man hat and walked down the agement miuht le increased So he sub He met Eekiel Brooks president mitted aceand is on the lest e Glerville National Bank ofterm wit his daughters husband who Mr Brooks beamed with cordiality is now in Italy with his wife pursuing a sir permit me to congratulate course of I He treasures udy carefully the old watch which he regards said as have read the Courant the foundation of his prosperity Eav ear of TRIMMING A HEDGE an I speak to yoi tllnt u to Care mnd Treatment Spring the Best Time to Trim Mr lirook- We are asked says Western Rural by my advice but I know a correspondent when is the best time It probaply does not to trim a lii djro you are not a business man while I am ng man do vast to maki make much difference when it Is done We have trimmed red cedar at all one mort 6casons without any ill effect Cut I shou 10 do so sprinjr is the best time for trimming area of the before the Bap tarts It is the custom lames Parker ha- t bled a however to propagate the junnipers tands at below its real value of which the red cedar is one from and wants to sell out I jfrocn growing wood taken off in the early part of the summer which would ck indicate that jsuch surgery Is not harmMr I ful at that time and what trimming d say It mai an ordinary bdjre would require would iow wha 1 have advices not b severe enough to do harm at any certain time Some hedges however arc not thai They have been so carelessly ordinary a hand iiat they are a sight to behold nd need a vast deal of butchering to t how sha bring them into any sort of shape received one of the lere are d can be used for or hat G es abont the home if it BMM li properly kept If it is not so kept it rat looking thing bring is aho advance scarcely excelled in bad looks by a rag I will place myself in vour hands Ml An evergreen ged looking woodpilo hut you must manage tiie busi itself may be neglect nes ed and still look very welL Hut not so tainly I shall only want vo They with crtjTTi ns in a hedge nature when the documents arc made out must le traind if we would have them it beautiful It is often a source of the by come around and dine with us riir as that more farm homes are li or have you another engagement Â¬ Eames had 50 engagemenss he would have not adorned with such things as ever green hedges They cost but little broken them all for the privilege of meeteither in money or time and as wo said ing Mary Brooks This was the6rst time recently in regard to shade trees they ad been invited to the capitalists table va lu of the property in it pretty nearly as much as good ntil this morning Mr Brooks had scrcely vouchsafed him more than a buildings do Red cedar makes a very As a tree it is a very cool nod on meeting but things had pretty hedge slow grower but as i well known pro- his behavior changed or appeared to and awood that is very durable Upon red with it Such i the way of the poor soils their growth is distressingly world slow A red Bedaw tree fifty years old It was a very pleasant dinner The has DC en known to measure not more young artist remained afterward than three-- Inches in diameter Rut on rich soil they It betaac I have an engagement Mr Eames a meeting of the bank said Mr Brooks Farmer Killed by a Had Hone directors but you musn t go away Mary A farmer named II A Smith was entertain you killed on his place near Mulvaney go away and Kas by a mad horse The young man did not Smith was tying up the brute when it turned on him arently was satisfied by the entertainment he received He blessed his aunt seized him by the shouldor and threw Just then the barn door her legacy if only it had procured him him down closed shutting af ernoont interview with the young and the horso off all means of escape viciously attacked the But it had gained man biting lad he had admired pawing and kicking until him more Every four days he received a Smith seized a club and with it kill his He could not fail to lar invitation Ik was so badly cxausted how- Â¬ see that Ezekiel Brooks looked with evi Â¬ ever that he died shortly after being dent complacency on the good under- discover when he had just strength standing between his daughter and him- enough to tell of the fight m b self MiFc-Bi orange growers report What will he say thought the young wonderful profits from their proves man when he finds out what sort of a The land is held very high but the profits of an orange grovo if one may legacv I have received from my aunt nse Net profits Occasionally too he felt nervous about believe report o from S JOO to 6X and 700 and in hasty assent to the proposition to buy ran an exceptional case to f U0O0 on lands shares of railroad stock at 56 when he held at S3S0 To Ssio an acre with water hadnt 50 ahead He reckoned up one Cholera Spreading Steadily day what his purchare would amount to Cholera is spreadin stoiuiiy along and his breath was nearly taken away the Mediterranean north of Valoncia when he found it amounted SSSioo where there aro ten to twelve now cases Stiii it had been in a mariner forced upon daily The disease has appeared in sev Â¬ ic iskei ro questions but every eral villages in the Province of Tolodo and suspicious cases have been discov- Â¬ now and then the old gentleman said Stock advancing ra- - ered in Madrid going well All Heath thought the young man any 10m this son-in-laÂ¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ m -I Ever brought to this city prices ranging to I7 This is the best line vou Give us a call before can get anywhere buying 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 buying them from us Our stock of LOW SHOES and SLIPPERS is the prettiest you ever saw If you are not ready to buy call and examine and be An immense satisfied this is the place stock of WORK SHOES BROGANS and PLOW SHOES in fact we have made untiring efforts in every line of our Shoe Department and we think the climax has been capped FEAST OF BARGAINS Having determined to change our business January 1st Our Eat Stock is Complete ung of Stetsons soft Summer styles stiff Hats recently received they See what style columns of are dandies New York papers say about them In addition to the above named goods which wo havent space to mention only briefly you can get Laundred Unlaundred and Socks Woolen Shirts Collars Cuffs Umbrellas Neckwear in Handkerchief profusion Shoe lolish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention - Everything in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost Ml Â¬ Elegant Blazers Knox EVERY tt ARTICLE ft GENUINE BARGAIN JUST RECEIVED Come to our Dress Goods Open We now bid you come and see our attractive goods Attractive prices that tell their own tale of cheapness Attractive bargains bound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all The Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Underwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole The Square Dealing House ing we like to show our Novelties WALLACE essors 44- BOGUS Rice Crooke Bennetts Urmston August 27th 1890 - to Wallace RADAMS Microbe Killer -- At TH E 7 NEWEST HATS H J STRENG UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGHAPHT OF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAlrf MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF POWERS 1G0 HAMS I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE IAMAM Main St Richmond 10000 WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER Also a lull line of the purest and freshest DRLGS AM CHEMICALS That Can be Had TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES PERFUMERY A LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODSt Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion The Latest Styles in Goods and Make miUSIJES SOAPS Ac GREAT REDUCTION IN SPRING GOODS Ladies Donyoli Shoes Patent Medicines PAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD c BLS BRILLS SHOES Ladies Donooli Shoes isses ills 225 Gents Brills STATIONERY School Books A competent to compound prescriptions gt M 300 200 Dongoia Shoes Misses Dongoia Shoes 175 Boys THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY - Iharmacist HASAN POWERS SrecKSSons 39 - n 30- - This new and excellent 250 shoe is equal - S250 - to any 350 shoe It grows more and more popular day by day Everybody likes it that tries it For men and women Every pair Calf Shoes sessssssBffvW Including- main lines branches and extensions East and West of tbo Missouri River To all points East North and Nortbwe3t from Island Davenport Des Moines Chicago and via ALBERT LEA ROUTE to Spirit Pipestone Worthlnarton town Minneapolis St Lake and Intervening towns Sioux Falls itWatr Paul is the and cities short direct route In connection with lines n om St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points convuvina at Kansas City It also constitutes X3i iifwXfg Htoajoab guaranteed to C E Smith W -- A BROTHER POWELL YAZOOIO record Karxj RECORD TO It traverses vast areas of the farming and grazing lands in the world forming the speediest richest most popular and aconomfcal system of transportation to and from all cities tovns and sections tn Kansas Col- Â¬ orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining- Chair Cara betw en Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson Dodg City Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson and Pulinutn and Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool in summer warmed toy steam from the locomotive in winter well ventilated and tree from dust leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily on arrival of trains from the East a eieg am uny uoscues 1iusce FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THPb f ilman tliiUUT Sleepers and UCrU W vrAJNiE to Denver i oioraao springs and Pueblo ma jps only at important ln- torvening stations in Kansas and Col jero uirmg iiotois at con venient stations wost of Kansas City ni ph foraisa delicious meala at seasonable hours and at modarace prices To Manitou THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS EnupLYSOMETWIIfi NEW Certainly Bring Success WHILST other stocks are incom we always keep a full and complete stock by buying all the year round new goods being received daily Irices on everything never so low as now Midsummer prices on everything We can save you money on everything in the line of Paints Oils Varnishes Rrushes Glass Wall Papers Window Shades Iicture Frames Mouldings Curtains Poles Carpets Etc See our 50 cent Shade on Spring Roller com plete It is a dandy and as cheap a dirt We know that we will have to oiler you big inducements lo secure your trade and we propose to offer you everything in our line at from 20 to 25 per cent lower than ever offered in this market before We mean what we say so call early and get choice of bargains Ever alive to the wants of the people Very Respectfully GEO WJLLGING Â¬ Â¬ THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE TUBA 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL Madison T- We ofter the services of TAZ00 or lie season of iSyo County Kentucky at at Silver Creek With that he was content Indeed lie was so carried away by love of Mary Brooks mat he gave little thought to any other subject One day Mr Brooks came up his face beaming with joy Wioii you joy Eames he said Wimbledons gone up like a rocket to par Give me authority and Ill sell out for you The artist did so hardly realizing what it meant till three days after he received a little note to this effect Uea Eamfs Have sold your 500 shares of Wimbledon at 101 So vou bought at 56 This gives you a clear profit of 15 per share or 22500 You had better take the ride and reinvest your surplus Call at my office at once Yours very truly Ezeki el Brooks Chas Eames read this letter three times before he could realize its meaning Could C that without investing a cent he had made over 20000 It must be a dream hought But when he called at the old gentle mans office he found it was really true Mr Eames how about this money Shall I invest it for you Thank you sir I wish you would I should lake a little in hand however Certainly Will that answer and the old gentleman wrote a check for 500 laced it in the Â¬ Goorge Early and liyrd Woods colored were handed at Rmcky Mountain Franklin County Va lriday for arson committed in October last Doable Hanging for Arson -- Â¬ FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COL- Census Enumerators Arrested H W Lewis A L Keyes and A A FrochL the ex enumerators were ar Â¬ rested at Minneapolis Friday by U S authorities charped with conspiracy to sommit census frauds They all gave bail More arrests are expected Brsieman Killed Nelson Villas a brakrman on the B ft O railroad was killed at Moundsville W Va by the breaking of a chain brake Ha fell unacr the wheels and was horribly lrangiod An Indianapolis physician reports to the board of health that there is danger of contraction of diphtheria from pug lofrs The disease is becoming epidemic in certain portions of the State Lottery Headquarter Ealded The headquarters of the Louisiana Lottery Company in Washington was raided by the authorities and books and tir kets seised England to Evacuate Egypt Lord Salisbury replylngto thePortog note says the time is ripe to evacuate Danger la Fug Dogs GO AND SEE -- Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt i foaled Mares 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 luit will not be responsible for either Yazoo is by Harold eiro of Haul S 208 26 moro 230 performors lam of Yuba record 2244 while in foal and Yazoo 227 by ire of Nutwood and thirty two more in 230 list 2nd iSani YOUngf Portia dam of Viltaire record 220 and sire of Itessimere HI3J4 Hymen 22S trial Portion record 235 and sire of Minnesota Record 2zChild Harold two mile record in 504 in England Consuela trial 230 dam of Con naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Yoltigeur trial 230 by ICSLbrlllO CMef sis of I ady Thorn 218 3rd dam by Roebuck a pcer 4U1 dam by Whip a thoroughbred The above pedigree shows YaZOO to be superbly bred Harold Belmont Mambri no Chief his sire grand sire and great grand sire are each illustrious sires Yolande Young Portia his dim and grand dam are illustrious matrons with a pacing thorough- Â¬ bred foundation where can you beat it Book now open Address us at Silver Creek Madison county Ky Pikes Peak the Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Falls Idaho Springs the mountain parks mining camps and cities Mountain sanitary resorts hunting and fishing ground and scenic attractions of Colorado Its Vestibule Express Trains are equipped with every modern improvement that can add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment They also make close connections at terminal cities in Colorado in Union Depots with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacific Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging linos For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copies of the Issued monthly or further desired information address Western Trail E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN Oeil Tick ft Ps s Aent CHICAGO ILL stands at 5300 aal BRYANT Bonk Lolmont ist dam TolaadO Writ for Kfpinq Shvrt Hand lotah STRATTON Business College Gl LOUISVILLE KYr THROUGH CAR LINE 74n BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY The Madron County Bible Society has at the drug store of Stockton Brook Richmond a largf number of Bibles and Testaments They offer them at extremely low prices to those who are able to I and propose to give them away to all wh -- MACKINAC THE 5 10 GT COUNTER AT Eypt A each of corn ration of gi al n for the work teams a little hay or roughness should be added good v P M POPES Commencing Julv ist there will be tablished a through line of first class Ves tibuied Pullman and Wagner Sleepinj Cars daily between Cincinnati Davtor Detroit Mackinaw Citv and all principal resorts of the Upper Peninsula RR of Michigan via the C H ft I CO S BURNAM 43- and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleepers will be attached to trains leav ing Cincinnati at tooo p m aaily except Saturday returning leave Mackinaw at o a m daily excep Sunday The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets via this route composed ot such favorable and well known lines as the Cincinnati Hamilton Si Dayton R R and Michigan Central Ry must be appar ent to ail first class travel No other line can offer such advantages as to accommodations and route allowing stop over at Toledo and Detroit then continuing your journey to the most lovely resorts on the W Z THOMSON Secretary JA8 E CANTRILL President American contu Dr C W HARDIN Gen Agt Dr S F QANO Med Director - pertaining For to Mackinac Calls attention to its Level Premium Plan of Insurance and liberal terms of Island and inter resorts reached be to any agent of I Prompt and Reliable Paid up itmirance given at t lie end of expec- Â¬ via thU Policy tancy of life thu providing disability clause iu old age Policies Incontestable except far fraud or nou tjment of premium No reairkt on as to residence General Passenger and Ticket Age 47- oo West i Policies boo forfeit able after three atmual payment nau O travel or oeeupatiou T pective vicinil 4 S L CRLTCHE1 ISGHASI Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY 11KAX PAKU3H New Livery and Sals Stable We have erected a new and com mo Â¬ di ous Livery and Sale Stable corner of 3rd and Irviue street Richmond Ky and ask the public to give m a trial Organized 1874 Assets S56J5040 Â¬ Â¬ H0ESES HITCHED -- OH FED rates ee horses and baggiea hired at low PABJU8H LE RATES 1S 1S CUU5iAXa