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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iiP I f - i i t f VOLUME ATTORNEYS IV H IV Wrst 5- RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1890 MPHRFYT tut 1- IH fi THE SAN FRANCISCO First Knaelon j ngnSWi ji ft iiXfA fiiffia cSnr A THE COMMONWEALTH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 m NUMBER 12 q rj p A A E T BUBNAM TTORXE IS A T L A II EXPLOSION AMID OIL 8TJNDAY LAW Its Effect Felt at Wheeling Nothing Bat Medicine and Newspapers Given Oat FIFTY FIBST CONGRESS WAsrmvGTOH Aug 25 Smi atb The be ginning of the end of the session was indicated in the Senate to day by a proposition or memo randum submitted by Mr Aldrlch which pro posed to close general debate on the taiid bill September I to tbe exclusion of an other busi ness except appropriation bills and conference reports with three days following for debate on amendments under the five minute rule Went over for a day A couple of bills of minor Importance were passed and debate on the tariff bill wds resumed The lead ore schedule was discussed Tr e death of Representative Watson of Pennsylvania woe announced and the Senate adjourned House Mr Csonon fill submitted the conference report on the sundry civ appropriation bill and It was agreed to fly unanimous consent the Senate amendments which have not been acted upon to the river and har bor bill wero non concurred In and a conference ordered On motion of Mr McCreary of Kentucky Saturday September 13 was set apart for the deliveries of eulogies or Senator Bock of Kentucky Mr O Nell of Pennsyl- Â¬ vania then announced the death of his colleague Hon Lewis F Watson and offered resolutions expressive of resrret with which the House has heard of his death snd for the appointment of a committee of seven Repre sentatives and three Senators to take order for superintending tho funeral The resolutions were unanimously adopted WaSHISOTOW A substi Aug SS SewatC tute for the House bankruptcy bill was reported by Mr Hoar from tbe Judiciary Committee and was placed on the calendar Mr Plumbs resolution directing the Committee on Rules to prohibit the snle of spirituous vinous or malt liquors In the Senate wire of the Capitol was taken up In the abence ot Mr Itntier who bod offered an amendment directing the dally search of committee rooms snd other apartment the matter went over till to raorrow The memorandum to close general debate on the Tariff bill September 3 and tako tho final vote on September 8 was ngreed to The lead ore schedule debate was continued until ad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ YE7IRNAITC SPECIFICS For Horses Cattle Sheep Dogs Hogs AH3 POULTRY MO Pae Bonk on Treatment of Anlmnls - Rlt IIMOND - KlNTlCKY - Locomotive Boiler on tho The Law and Order Loaguo Sunday Successful Trial Trip of the Now Nypano Goes to Pieces War Vessel Inaugurated a wholesale enforcement of Uodlc of Engineer anil Fireman Scattered Eight Tank Cars Illariiia and glass of soda water or a dish of ico Exploding In Kapid Sue cream could be purchased in any part of cession the town and nothing but necessary Wednesday morning at 230 oclock medicines could be bought at drug stores while the second extra train No 83 The ice wagons were not running was and great inconvenience felt O was polng freight on the N Y P east nine miles west of Ashland O by those who did not take the precaution tho engine exploded killing James Saturday to purchase a supply of icoÂ¬ A more disgusted communMurphy fireman and Al Graham en ginoor A portion ot Murphys body ity could not be found in ten States and was thrown about fifty rods south of outside of the Law and Order peoplo Â¬ the track into a cornflold while his legs every body is predicting that the reand arms were thrown north of the track form will fail by not being content with about the same distance Al Grahams closing the liquor saloons Tho nextÂ¬ body was thrown north of the track move it is said will be on the newssome distance His head was crushed papers Even Sunday the nowsdealors and his body terribly mangled The train remained closed and Sunday papersÂ¬ was an oil train drawing twenty one were only delivered to regular subscribcars loaded with crude oil-- Tho engino ers explcding caused tho oil to take fire and FIENDISH WORK eight of the oil cars exploded with Mix Incendtarr Fires In Brooklyn Two great force throwing oil over tbe fields In Tenement House Csllars Three Chil- Â¬ for a quarter of a mile around The dren Badly Burned fences and every thing combustiblo Fires that were plainly of an incen- Â¬ within the distance was burned A con- Â¬ diary origin started in six different lo- Â¬ struction train came up from liehind and in Itrooklyn Saturday night and saved the remaining coal oil cars Tbo calities early Sunday morning and resulted In train had just entered a cut and was Injury o soveral persons and the running at tho rate of thirty miles an tbe arrest of two men on suspicion hour down grade when tho explosion of being tho incendiaries Two of occurred The bodies of the unfortun- Â¬ the fires were started in the cellars of ate fireman and engineer were taken to crowded tenement houses and in the Gallon No trains ran all day Wednes- Â¬ last one which occurred at 130 Sunday day Tho trains are now going through morning three of tho occupants wero severely burned in making their escape A HOLE IN THE GROUND Their names were Mary Moore aged The Great Tunnel Tnder St Clair River nine years John Schmidt aged nine Â¬ Finlnhed months and Ann OReilly The longest river tunnel extant is teen years The aggregate loss aged was completed at laet It runs beneath the two ex- Â¬ St luir river lietwcen Iort Huron and small as the fires wero promptly tinguished Â¬ KuiuHinH ruiklinp fJ A -- 1 A LLIYA TTORXE V A T LA - W RUHMSI rn KlNTlCKY a formerly oc li- IKimiy Jmlgt- Miller - s loWKLL TTORXE novo A A - T LA IV rec hart iiiretlenlniimmutlon AA riliinl Meningitis Milk Fever 1111 n nis Iitraeicwi RlicuniaiUm lliatemper Nasal Illwhautn 1 Bot or rati Wormy KK t nuli- - Heaver1 Inesnionlo - Jlrllynrhe KF Colic or lirtpe- Hemorrhages Miscn i rlire 1111 I rinary aaw aMin Dtaraaaaa II Km a l Mr llimf Mange Iiv Divawt o ligeation Paralysis Kuple bottle lover 30 dose 60 with Fpeciflcs Manual table mil edlcator 8700 Jar Veterinary tre Oil - - 100 the Sunday laws Every saloon In tho city was closed tight not a cigar a She Does Extraordinary Work Through Maneuvers In Going ff Kenthkv Sold by Dmccirta or Sent Prerid anywhers and ia anr quantity en Receipt of I Humrnrcys Meti tine Co 109 Tutcn St W Y t street EOMTOPAXEIC DENTAL SURGERY U A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON liOKO - SPECIFIC Kq lr n T 1m nnlw an nmfnl n n ff au il fm - t KtSTlCKY Mi 1 nervous Deiittv Vital weakness u l il -v f- pwtltl or 6 viAls Mil art viM poirH by liiuooiir orssold - Main Street- - Office IcuUkI ry M 3- - ALL RECORDS BROKEN With the change of time taking effect May iS 1S90 j i C MOKGAN RICHMOND -- Main DD KENTUCKY 3- The Solid Vestibule Trains - Street over Miullwm National W - OF THE iv KlillMONR l BU1UJJN DEN TIS T - Bio Four Route Kentlckv Will be scheduled so as to provide the bet alaee lry Goods Store on and qiiickc t service cer offered formerly oeriiieil ly Dr Km between the ty- 1 wnlUilK D8 NORTH SOUTH KIRKS I JLLB KEXTUCKT 7- EAST WEST Sarnia thus creating another link bo Everything riimcll resilience tween tho United States and Canada ulnlnc to tn- profession The work is one of special value to Idmited roads crossing at that point where rail ferlllYSUlAXS ries have been used hitherto It is built under the supervision of the Canadian The finest train in America equipped with government is owned by a private comM POYNTZ R an Elegant Dining car Service run pany has no double in the world and daily betweea ilirSICJAS AND SURGEON in many ways i a marvel The length of the tunnel from tbe beginning KnmiCEY St Louis Cincinnati Richmond of one approach to the end of the opAND posite side is 28000 feet 0 000 of which Street next to Whiles Drug New York Boston are wholly under ground with 2310 feet under the river under Michigan J QWI EL PH1SICIAN AXD SURGEON Kentucky RkhmoM T J TAYLOR in - Practitioner RICHMOND i Medicine and Surgery KlNTlCKV inv U - Keoinl street over lykei Grocery 6- - JiMIN IL POSTER X A Ill 1SCA KkHMINP aae X - S - KGEOM KlNTlCKV looi to I sjiasis Mam and Tales 3- - Ay Wiiii i M D KnrroctxT - PlirSICIAN AND SUEGEON - - lo Hie nl USM 11KK A Ill SIC ID X A XD S I EGEON - - - KlNTlCKV 2N- - nil Imp Main Street 1 D SICIA X A XD S l EGEON KlNTlCKY RlCHMuKIt M M -- KIM i I IT In Sinili Hiiiitliim on Main Street and icivcn 10 iircio-K-oi- of tissues and fluids ct a-- TJRCS Rk hmono UOLTON Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon klMUKV l M ltuMK Kaeeta any BW ailewl hw d all illlti- led al n dln- ilkiitcs bent lo t Ilour JUS llNMNCSeV GIBSON Physicians and Surgeons - Kkhmono over Kentilkv Aallace nifs jl au J AlLIZ PHrStCf AN AND SUEGEON K Krhmokd KnrtvcKtr - Ofnee SJvi W Main Ktreet Uurnam A Ismil Building- - up si 1 K J M BLACK AXD SURGE JlliSlCJAX 25- - IiiilIirSK Kv HAS HOOKER VETER1XARV SURGE OX GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Veterinary lvnttxtry and Sterility a lillKUHIII lnwiililiK OFFICE Next il UJK1 11 max otnee ItH 48- - Projects for a Sea Canal to Paris and s Railway Across the Sahara M Yues Guyot tho French Minister of Public Works has submitted to tho Â¬ Cabinet a project for tbe construction of a sea canal to Paris His plans wero favorably considered and were referred to a committee of engineers Tbe Com- Â¬ Â¬ mission of Inquiry which has been in- Â¬ vestigating trane Saharian railway schemes have approved a route from VIA THE land and 2160 under Canadian It is Constans and Rlskra in Algeria across entirely a unique construction built ex- Â¬ the desert to Lake Tchad This route is clusively of iron without a stone or by way of Timassiniss and Amguld and brick in it It is aiatiply an iron tube traverses tho Tonaregs country Its Landing passengem at Grand Central Stamade of plates Cotm feet iong and 20 length is given as two thousand miles tion in the heart of New Yoilv City from feet la diameter perfectly round and Tho project is backed by the Banquo which point street cars and elevated raii water tight as dry as a street in sum Â¬ Russe et Francaise road can be taken to any part of the cit mer tiino lighted by electric light ven Â¬ Tlght Kope Killing No change of cars to ftosl The Souih Nannie Eyer aged eleven years was western Limited makes direct connection tilated by air engines and kept at tho It killed during a tight rope performance in Lnion Depots with through trains from light temperature by steam pipes required four years for its construction given by a traveling acrobat named all western and southern cities and only three vorkmen were killed IJond at Chambersburg Pa The ex- Â¬ Absolutely no Ferry Transfer during that time hibition was given in a public garden on tho edge of town Bond performed The Osntral Strike The most complete Ycstibuled Trains on the American Continent run The strike situation on the Central on a rope one end of which was fastened daily betweCM railroad on the surface appears to bo to a tree and the other to a pole driven unchanged John Devilln of the K of Into the ground Toward the end of tho CHICAGO CINCINNATI L Executive Board addressed a meet- Â¬ exhibition this polo fell striking tho ing Wednesday night Several of the child on the head crushing her skull Ask for striking switchmen applied to the super Â¬ and causing almost Instant death Bond TICKETS B1GF0UR ROUTE intendent for reinstatement at Buffalo was arrested pending an investigation -- via the- by a coroners jury N Y Their cases are blng considered A considerable number of new men who D D MARTIN Horrible Sight a Mother Witnesses came to Buffalo to take tho strikers Genl Passenger Agent At Camden N J a baby coach push- Â¬ places are in the hospital suffering from ed by R G Mirkav d Traffic Manager Georgo Weavor the results of accidents Several have slipped from his grasp and rollod into CINCINNATI OHIO S- thad their arms caught bstweoa the the street His sister bumpers and smashed and others aro fell from the coach and hor brains wero minus fingers crushed out under the hoofs of a horse The mother sat upon the stoop witness A Long Journey Before It to tho whole horrible sceno and was un- Â¬ A carrier pigeon sent to Albert Lea Minn by E Starr of Philadelphia was able to movo John Risk the farmer released by Postmaster Ilarkness on tho whose horso tramplod the child woe ar Â¬ An immense crowd watched its rested 27th departure The bird has a distance of His Tongue Torn Out RICHMOND KY 1250 miles to go before it reaches home While walking in the eastern part of ami there is much interest In the flight Altoona Pa at an early hour Sunday It has heretofore traveled 750 miles in morning Samuel Frances a prominent one trip and the owner is anxious to bricklayer was brutally assaulted by lieat the record When it started it flew three footpads androblicdof a large sura Nw diaV pet t in a series of circles each time rising of money In tho struggle his tongue higher the general direction being east was torn frorr its roots and ho was un- Â¬ able to speak when found Ills reTin Charleston Ontred to Honolulu Orders were Wednesday issued for the covery is doubtful flag ship Charleston which has just ar-Â¬ Canadas Foreign Trade rived at Seattle Wash from Honolulu The total valuo of goods exported to return immediately to that port to from Canada during July was 12022 assist in the protection of Atnorican in- Â¬ 931 The total value of goods onterod IBBal terests in the Hawaiian Islands This for consumption in Canada exclusive of flaaar B action is bused upon Acting Rear Admi- Â¬ British Columbia during July was 59 ral Browns report of the serious aspect 622667 Tho total amount of duty col- Â¬ of affairs in Hawaii at the time of his lected during tbe month was 52040233 departure for this country m Craps Closed by a Bat Gettysburg Battle Lines Negroes were playing craps at Greon Â¬ Tho House Committee on Military Afvillo Miss Sunday when Every--Charact- er fairs has ordered a favorable report m occurred aboit five cents a difficulty During tho tho bill introduced in tho House by Mr Bingham of Pennsylvania for marking row Willie Henderson struck Andrew ball and grade of Monumental Work from the lines of battle and tbo positions of Freeman over tho head with a baso mur-Â¬ the smallest stone to the most tho army of Northern Virginia at Get-Â¬ bat killing him Instantly Tbo tysburg Pa Tho bill is reported with derer escaped an amendment reducing tbe appropria English Option on Sliver Mines tion from 8310000 to 5125000 COLD The Denver News publishos a two column article which says an English Loss of Lfe and Property at Trtests syndicate headed by C C Morgan has A terrible storm has visited Trieste secured an option on all tho leading sil Â¬ OR MOST ELADOK ATb STATARY causing great loss of life and property Many wrecks are reported on the ver mines near Aspen Col and places Adriatic Soa At Wlttlngau three per- Â¬ the figures at the enormous sum of 27000000 sons were killed by lightning and much Our prices compete with city bouses damage was done to property Designs furnished on application An Arrest for the Old Colony Disaster Jos F Welch foreman of the gang Demands His Resignation Native Marble The Secretary of the Interior has who wore working on tho Old Colony Imported wired Governor Wolfloy of Arizona that railroad track on tho day of the late dis- Â¬ anJ GRANITE always on hand Call tho President requires his resignation aster was arrested Sunday morning and see me Refusal will causo sum- Â¬ and is now in tbe Quincy lockup immediately mary removal Held for Issuing a Challenge Good Sugar Crop In Cuba Councilman Michael S Sharkey of Proprietor The Cuba sugar crop is reported to Wilmington Del on the charge of amount to 605233 tons an increase of shallcnging Charles W Edwards a 102930 tons or 24 per cent as compared newspaper man to fight a duel was held with that of last season in 2000 ball for trial Â¬ T5 SoiiUr GREAT SOHEMEa 20 Gnt TneIIWBE Â¬ Tho U S cruiser San Francisco which had a successful trial trip in San- Â¬ ta Barbara channel Wednesday return- Â¬ ed to San Francisco Friday having made a trip up the coast at a speed ranging from tbirteon to fifteen knots She was given an enthusiastic welcome as she passed up the bay to her anchorage and her fog siren was blow almost con- Â¬ stantly in response to salutes from tho steam whistles During the trip up tho coast the new cruiser was given a num- Â¬ ber of turnings reversing and steering tests and naval officers aboard pro- Â¬ nounced her manuvering qualities won- Â¬ These tests were all mado derful while she was running at a rate of thirteen and one half knots One engino was suddenly reversed and tho helm thrown bard over In six minutes and two seconds the cruiser turned a complete circle the diameter of which was less than her own length She also turned a complete circle without reversing one engino in five minutes and thirty two seconds While going ahead ut full speed both engines were suddenly reversed and in forty two seconds the vessel was moving backwards having changed ber direc- Â¬ tion within her own length She was also given an eight hour trial with but one boiler in use under a 01 ced draught the other throe boilers not boin ustd During this trial she averaged or fourteen thirteen knots and consumed approximating between tons and nine of eight coal per hour Tho actual speed mado by tbo San Francisco on her trial trip in Santa Barbaraehannel Wednesday morn Â¬ ing has not yet been determined and it will probably not bo known dofinitely until after the board appointed to con- Â¬ duct the trial has submitted it final re- Â¬ Calculations have not been com Â¬ port pleted yet and considerable work is necessary to determine the minutest detail It is definitely set tled bowtjvor that her maximum speed was 20 Hi knots and that this rate was maintained during the laat ten knots of tho run Commodore Irwin the president of the Trial Board on his arrival at San Francisco Friday morn- Â¬ ing received a dispatch from Secretary Tracy stating that tho San Francisco broken the record had Tho San Francisco will remain at the Union Iron Works about twenty five days more be Â¬ fore she will be turned over to the Gov ernment and sent to Mare Island Navy Â¬ journment yard BOTH DEAD They Step on an Klrrtrlc Light TVIro and Instantly Expire Friday evening a colored man named Joe Solomon employodln the Wheeling W Va Terminal Railway Companys tunnel now in course of construction stepped on tho wire which supplies cur rent to the arc electric lights used in tho tunnel headings and was instantly killed An Italian who is known only by his contract number stepped on the same wire just as Solomon fell and was also instantly killed Two other men wero shocked in drawing tho corpses from the wire Both men woro thick soled leather boots and neither body was burned or mangled in any way Â¬ eight-year-ol- MADISON Monnmental Works Famine In Stock Cars There Is every probability of a stock oar famine at tho yards on the East Hocse Uefore the reading of the lournal to the House Mr McClammy N C mode the point of order that there was no quorum present A call of the House was ordered and but 1B members responded to their names Mr Payson 111 offered a resolution for the arret of absentees pending which Mr Knloc Tenn fnnvrd an aitlAurnmont Th rrnt1tn In ni- Jnurn was lost yonrs Z3 nays 121 The Speak- er stated that the Cirrk bod announced to him that there were MSB members present more than a quorum Washisgtos Autj 27 Senate Thereao Intlon heretofore offered by Mr Plumb In structing the Co nmlttee on Rules to lsu such orders as will wholly prevent the sale of spirit ous vinous and malt liquors in the Senate wing of the Oapftol was taken up ths morning and referred to the Committee on Rules The tariff bill wse taken up and debated until adÂ¬ journment House The proceedings In the House tble afternoon were of the most extraordinary and disgraceful character Profanity and vulgarity winding up with blows was the unusual and rtartling exhibition given on the floor The belligerunU were Wilson Wash and Beck wlth N J Filibustering was continued on the compound lard bilk There was a dls- Interchange of epithets resulting nally la a Bst lht on the floor causing great Without action the House ad excitement journed Washington Aug S8 Sfatb Tbe resolution for the suspension of the work in erecting the Lafayette statue on the stte selected tr Lafayette Square WashlnTton D C ard for the selection of another site was adopted A change of site Is desired The conference re port on the railroad land forfeiture bill was presented and ordered printed The House lard bill was presented to the Senate ond referred to tbe Committee on Agriculture The tariff bill was taken up and discussed until adjournment Horsr The eight hour bill which was taken up as he regular order was pased after an Interesting debate before adjournment by a viva voce vot the yeas and nays lelng refused Tho eight hour 111 makes It a crlmo punishable by fine and Imprisonment if a contractor or sub contractor PEnsirrs nn employe to work more than cljrht hours although paid for eoch additional hour Mr Cutclieon iMIehl moved to strike out the clause wblch provide rhot no contractor shall permit any laborer to work more than eight hours and it prevailed 87 to M Tho Senate concurrent resolution was agreed to authorizing the selection of another for the Lafayette stalue to be erected in site Washington D C The vote on the lard b ll was yea 12H nays 31 the clerk counting a quorum Â¬ I Â¬ Jamer JEFFfttES of Russell County which lies thirty mile south of Boyio has nineteen children Including seven pairs of twins He has ten brothers and the cloven brothers have thirty seven pairs of twins TwESTY TiiitFE men engaged in tbo French Eversole feud have been indicted for murder and accessory and many of them have been arrested Tho grand jury was reluctant to bring in the indictments but wore called up In court by the prosecuting attorney who told them they must do their duty or ho would discharge them and call another jury Judge Lilley added to this tbe statement that if they sought to protect the law breakers he would refuso to sign their warrants for pay Sam SCAXIAS the wife murderer of Louisville has been adjured insane and thus escapes the gallons Ace Madisox living near ISrownvllle Edmonson County shot and killed bis sixteen-year-oldaughter because ho bated her At Covington Mary Nevill cut off her step mothers nose For this little pastime Mary was fined ten dollars and costs Clifford BiTMCHr of Covington died a few days ago at Niagara Falls John McCarney died at Paris the oth er night aged eighty six years He married In 1831 and celebrated bis golden wedding in lbSl His wife survives him E F Pabkfr a merchant of Mays view was murdered a few mornings ago Sherlif Mitchell and two deputies on learning tho news went directly to Parkers store where In a pool of blood with his head nearly severed from tho body lay the body of the dead man The cash drawer was rifled and Parkers pock ets turned Inside out Parkers mother Hves In Sharon Pa and was Informed by telegraph of the crime A negro named Wm Walters was arrested for the murder of Parker confossod his crime and was hanged from tbo branch of a tree by a mob Bkramu Bvaren who was wound od in a saloon re w in Frankfort some days ago is rapidly recovering from the effects of his wound and Is now able to sit tip He has made a statement exonerating Grant from all blame In the difficulty ifiu claims that be was cut by Henry While handling an old pistol that ho supposed waa empty Jas Bell a citizen of Christian County was shot and fatally wounded in tbe bowels by the accidental discharge of the weapon He lived only a few minutes Coyofnkx Tnowvs IoiiUETT baa ap pointed Jqbn M Rice jr of Lawrence County to the position of Deputy Regis Â¬ ter of the Land Office to succeed Mr N B Hays who resigned a few months ago Mr Rice Is a son of Judge John M Rice ex member of Congress from Â¬ d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pimples Blotches AND- - wmmmm hi BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route frorf tral Kentuck East Veal and South--- CenÂ¬ I jfEB EVIDENCE That the blood is tg and that nature is endeav oring to throw off the impurities NHMimg is so bcnijiiial in assisting FAST LINE BETWEEN Â¬ Lexington Seiicime m SOUTH liULNIc Kl Sun i Cincinnati llili ISSt-Dally J nature as Swifts Specific S S S It is a simple vegetable compound Is harmless to the most delicate child yet it Juries the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood that unhtted me for burincss for four years A few bottles of Swifts SneoSc S S S cured me- - Urrt laj I contracted 3S a J of blood poison CJon ts tree Treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases r Swift i iiific Co Atlanta Fulton Arkansas City Marshal Lve tlncl Lve If v i lOUtll Lve Lve Arr rr 11 i Arr Arr rr Stanford ve KteliniouU i A c jig r D vs 7 Ts II l Ofi Fi Arr Livingston SORTH BUUNI Lva I Dally xC rSi2 1 E - vSjEfeS xarvyss V AVU ira ir e Arr Ben I Il vingstlii Bo Mvir- - Lve Arr Kilinioiil lve Rlrlui Arr W I neli Arr lii - lve i Pat - o UJ Arr Coving nth Air - I It i tf MAY sVILLE BRANCH HORTH BOUXD Kx IjVI si NTCIIUEfitJOTLEII o i UKAIEK IN rr Phi M Watcliex Chela Jewelry Silver and BpaaM MifTH lWUND JohONon I Plalsd ware etc Kx Sim attention given to rr arll Hillersl l I FETTINQ DIAMONDS SlONFS l t xinuTon InriniiMl AND OTHBK PRECIOUS No It anil l Ruu Sut all stops No linns uly from Lexington ciiointi I i li REPAIRI1V6 Cash Paid for Old Gold iris 101 a in KhIuioh No 7 No I 1 Kx I p in t A Promptly done ami in a workmanlike tlnrlnn manner No 7 s July 1st Kv i m iipot lietwcen John TRAIN N i Hllll S W Iexiiiiion ami tbe Ninth District Citizens of Lexington are kicking Dont forget the place next dmu ler tor lnl on again This time tho offending party Is lo the Poet otllce Kicliuond Ky IMPORT VN live Hi Hlll lief tbo Electric Street Car Company which I 30- just commenced running its cars regn- larly recently Heretofore the horse Tliron car managers allowed passengers from I and Silver I ono side of the city to tbo WAFniNGTOtf Aug e Side St Louis For several days thero have been heavy shipments to all EastÂ¬ ern points and on account of the labor troubles chiefly tho empties hare not been returned to the West and in all probability will not bo for some time to come SL MfJMIT A D FLORA For Sale or Rent STORE HOUSE JESSE COBB Fears are entertained that the cholera baa reached Madrid Several suspicious cases of illness are reported there and In the adjacent villages of Torrejon few lots on Fifth Street I have a I denire to bell or rent privately the realty for ile Tlnse lole are lietniti and Canlllas Cholera is increasing large isimtiH v ftillj located on liieji nuii gently roll- Â¬ among the troops of the garrison at ing ground ami aie considered by ev- - Valencia erybmly as htdng the bet located of Hop Cnp Short Mluntpd 11 a goiwl eoriier lot in KMi any in the city for residence The New England Homesteads re-Â¬ - ns who wish to build nice house I011 K known 111 the HogUl ToKr- hop crop of the country IV will do well lo examine ihese lota I port of the H H COLYKK ii i Â¬ will only place a few mi the market at shows that there is considerable shortplot of the ground age particularly in New York State I have HfMt Tbe average yield of all the growing at Dr Poyniz a office territory will fall nearly twenty per T S BRONSTONcent under a full crop City Lots forSale Blair presented a memorial of the Womens National Industrial League for the suppres sion and punishment of the Armed asissins known as the Iinkerton detectives Re ferred to the Judiciary Committee Mr Edoffered a concurrent resolution to take a munds recess from September 19 to November 10 The tariff bill was taxen up and discussed until ad journment Drawbacks on salt used in exported meats was sustained Hocse Immediately ofter the reading of the Good Mewa If Trua the House went Lo Paris prints the following Tho Journal on the private Into Committee of the Whole calendar The first hill negotiations between France and tho to be considered was thrt which has een pend- United States relative to tho American Ing for the lost sixteen weeks tho omnibus tariff are approaching a favorable con- Southern war claims MIL Mr Thomas Wis who had objected to Its passage on the ground Tbo Washington Government clusion that some of clnimants whose will remove the duty on works of French covered werethetlsloyal offered aclaims wero sutstltute Â¬ art and France will remove the prohi- striking out the objectionable features and by unanimous consent It vi agreed to The Mil bition against American pork carries about iS0KJlX The committee rose the Sjtted bill was passed and the committee resumed Its Switchmens Strike The Chicago stock yards strike has session When the committee again rose half a dozen private bills were passed boon declared otf The Chicago Alton Washington Aug 30 Sen Mr Morgan strike has been settled and the men will presented resolutions of a roatc mass meet ored return to work Thoro Is nothing left ing In Birmingham Ala against the passage of of tho Lake Shore strike all of the men the Federal election bill Mr McMillan asked the House resolution who will be re employed having return- Â¬ to havegranting fifteen fays taken up and passed leave ot absence ed to work annually to clerks and employee In first and m second class post offices but Mr Edmunds obThe Hexf Trust jected on the ground that Its consldeVatton A company has been formed in Chi- Â¬ would occupy time The bilk h said Involved cago for the purpose of owning and con- Â¬ a good deal of money as the leave of absence provided for probably necessitate trolling barber shops In all the largo employment of wou d hands The House billtbe extra as Ities of the country Tickets of mem- Â¬ to the construction of a railroad bridge across bership will bo issued for a sum com- Â¬ the Little Ternessee river at Nile Ferry paratively small probably S15 which Tenn was passed Tbe tariff bll was then Mr will be good for ono yoar and which taken up the pending qncstion being enparaCarlisles motion to strike out the wool will entitle the holder to all the service graphs 3Sf ro 309 so as to place wool on the required for that length of time in any free list It was rejected HorsEi The House met at 11 oclock the lty included In the trust understanding being that the first hour of the session should be for debate only on the hill for A Boclallstlo Conspiracy adjustment of the accounts laborers A dispatch received from Romo states men and mechanics arisingofunder the workeight that a big Socialistic conspiracy has hour law Mr Brewer offered an amendment been unearthed in that city Concealed providing that this act shall not be operative Court of in tho houses of workingmen belonging whenever tbe performed Claims shall find that service under any coto secret societies the police have found the claimant ntract expressed or Implied aud has been paid bombs as woll as correspondence of a the amount agreed upon Mr Brewers amend dangerous character with foreign So- Â¬ ment was adopted and the bill was passed The cialists and Republican flags intended House then proceeded to the consideration of the Mil amending the alien contract law and to be used In case of an outbreak It was passed without opposition Mr Wade of Missouri from Committee on Labor then A Double Hanging up the bill prohibiting the employment called Smith for the murder of of convict labor on public works Passed Brocky old Mrs Byron in Cincinnati and Otto Also the bill to prevent the purchase of supLouth for tbe murder of little Maggie plies the product of convict labor by the United States Passed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Senate Mr Cholera In Madrid and Vxilntty Ltnemas Killed by Electricity Thomas Drew a lineman for the Brush Electric Light Company was killed while fixing a loop at the Caxton Printing Companys establishment on Third Itraot Cincinnati from Ms handcomlnir i contact with a lire wire Â¬ Thompson In Clovoland were hanged In the Ohio penitentiary just after mid- Â¬ night Friday morning The latter made a statement in defense which Is a con- Â¬ fession that he killed his victim but de-Â¬ nying tbe criminal assault on tbe dead body lews Items J A G WILLIAMSON South Dakota Republicans CITY BMIVHCB Civil Engineer This Fine 11 and Surveyor season ot iSo at the Fair Grour Richmond Ky at make the plkts Roadway Hurveys Correspond Â¬ a il il her ImuU OBIl is I54 hands high ed e solicited with pailies interested Â¬ yea od weighs close to in surveys of lands in mountain counFastest TV Evtr Maskl by a Horse Is fine action and is a modl ties of Kentucky tiu At tbo Monmouth Park race track Hall Richmond Kv Pvr saddle hotse Is bv Mark Diamond in Thursday over an unprepared track 0 dam by Tuttle horsV he by Ei tii Salvatcr ran a mile in 135 beating all ar lo1 sire of dam ol v His trainer believes he can do records Vara ond dam Lucy by am by Canno even better for faliim SiS TO IISUIE CILT GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Hpectal attention given Llnca n tf lo In ul Frni for Railway- - Turti c Eattanaire civ en draJaajce Town Lola laid off mode vention met at Mitchell Thursday and renominated Congressman Pickler and substituted John Gamble of Yank- Â¬ ton for Congressman Gilford Governor Mellette was renominated by acclama- Â¬ tion Htchgaa Repub Jean Ticket Tho Romiblicans of MichiL an met In State Couvention at Detroit and nomln- ated J M Turner of Lansing for Gov- Â¬ ernor on the first ballot W S Linton was nominated for Lieutenant Governor Tin South Dakota Republican Con- Â¬ Whats tho Matter s Tbe decrease of Peters pence has be- Â¬ WaahlnirtoA Democratic Convention Tho State Democratic Convention come so marked that His Holiness has held at Seattlo Friday nominated found it necessary to withdraw certain Tho Investments in order to meet tho ex Thomas Carroll for Congressman convention was enthusiastic especially penses of maintaining tbe establish Â¬ at every mention of Grovor Clevelands ments whose cost has heretofore been name defrayed out of the Peters pence This causes unmistakable anxiety at tho Amt esty for Deserters King Leopold of Belgium has grant Â¬ Vatican ed amnesty to all deserters from the The Amount of Coal Coming Many Belgians army of that country Tho total run of coal from Pittsburgh in this country may now return to their on this rise will amount to three million native land without fear of arrest bushols and tho Kanawha is coming with two hundred thousand more The A Murderer Captured Ed McCarthy tho Cincinnati murder- Â¬ bulk of the Pittsburgh coal goes to er who has been defying the police Louisville dostlned for Southern mar-Â¬ since his killing of Niedermann Satur Â¬ kets One hundred thousand buabela day night was captured Friday night at are coming from Kanawba for Clncln- m Bellevlew Ky Wants White Bons-ln-La- w dianapolis Railway Companies have con aolldated with 75000000 capital stock ABOrrrono hundred workmen carpenters tinnors and painters employed at the Pittsburgh Exposition building struck work because the Westinghouse Electric peoplo had some non union men at work or their exhibit Tue freight steamer Mentmore Lon- Â¬ don for Boston put in at Plymouth Eng with cargo on fire Â¬ Tub Pittsburgh Chicago and St Louis tbe Chicago St Louis and Pitta burgh tbe Cincinnati and Richmond and tbe Jeffersonvllle Madison and In- Â¬ Six More Hungarian Villages Burned Six more villages in Southern Hun fary havo been burned This fearful destruction by fires is duo to tho dry Â¬ ness of tho buildings caused by a long season ot torrid weather Twelve per- Â¬ sons lost their lives during the burning sf Mezoe Keresztes recently to do this and charges two fares when a passenger goes from say Third street to Pino Mil IHHWWIBI introduced in the House the other day a bill to pay to tho heirs of H Cothes deceased of llallard County s7i for property taken by tho Union army during tho war Geo W SawTBS has lieon appointed fourth class post m mtor at Gasper Lo Â¬ gan County vice E C Parker n At Covington Miss Belle Selby and Miss Delight Benton were qualified ae notaries public on commissions from Governor Iryaa and they will hence- Â¬ forth help along what official swearing is done in that city Fikf at Penbroke destroyed the post offic and other btsinem property Hickman has completed tbe organiza tion of a commercial club Is accordance with the act passed by the last Legislature to better promote tbo interests of Agriculture horticul- Â¬ ture and statistics in Kentucky tho Governor has appointed the following advisory bourd Colonel Thomas W Scott of Franklin Dr 1 J lardy of Christian Hon T T Gardner of Car Hale and Prof M A Sebovlll Cbomist of the A aud M College at Lexington Dvbino a severe thunder storm tho other day lightning struck the store bouse of Cox A Weddlngten at Sandy G Adkins Hook Instantly killing and fatally injuring J P Adkins and EUsha Adktns Among IfeoM severely shocked were three traveling salesmen Miller of Now York Shaso of Ports mouth and Heggs of Columbus Tub Wheelers will bave a big camp mooting at Crittenden Springs in Marlon County from September 15 to September 10 CosiVCTort John Gannan foil under Dcad the cars near Nortonsvlllo Tiik natural gae well at Waco Maul son County is down alwot 1300 feet and going still deeper oncouraged by a Steady increase In the quantity of gas A new cotton factory employing fivo hundred bands will be shortly put in operation in Lexington Wm E Mayne has been appointed fourth class postmaster at Carpenter Whitney County vice H B Clarke reÂ¬ signed At Nicbolasvllle Walt Clark a ne-Â¬ gro was slightly cut In tbe breast by Luclen Dlckerson a newsboy with whom be had boen Interfering Ik a bar room fight at Frankfort the other morning G R Burnett Govern Â¬ ment Engineer in charge of tho work in the Kentucky river was dangerously stabbed several times Tbe most dan-Â¬ gerous wound is in tbe temple where tbe knife penetrated the brain His home is in Cincinnati where be baa a wife and child Jack Chinn the well known horse- Â¬ man has been Indicted for cutting to kill George McCain- - at NlctioUsvflle Mayor Jacobs of Louisville has just returned from a trip around the world The mayor was absent throe months ard nine days and visited all tho principal cities of tbe Old World Jim dimming vying Fred Wittrock alias Jim Cummings tbe famous robber who beld up a Mis- Â¬ souri Pacific train near St Louis two yoars ago is said to be dying in the pen Â¬ He baa itentiary at Jefferson City acute rheumatism which has attacked I tho hoart reducing his weight from 300 pounds to less than 140 in a few weeks Â¬ transferred without the now company refusiss other to be extra charge but AUTEH CKSCKEN Kor fuii nielli of Hie i out pun v or W I- - Ml o M t any ii v fr rli uN V It IARI Cholera Curs Note r thii lout LeXint P a TTiPTiaT narrnatrd antl vaUilUn and arlre slumped ha his nnme tV I Dnusln- - every art nlr on butlnin Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from hoi era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that cures it has been made and to be vinced of its efficacy only requites a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for GENTLEMEN It is guar one hundred chickens lrala antecd If after using two thirds of Flae Calf aaa Lau eat Waieraraaaf thH qualities of s llence anil style a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly cinnot he hetter aaowa carirtn th ar Ha linnana satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken mala of IJcielne llanil constant an nI arwt Cholera return it to the undersigned mB sh s i and your monev will be refunded stamlanl areas S050 o1fr Writ BROOKS SQSO VnHreinwV-im- n-- -farmrv ftf itapfi STOCKTON fr O ntnl ftnttoa mini Lacmad kl Cotwrrr W L DOUGLAS E 3 SHOE 00 - rrvp- AU - DR RICE For 1 5 years at v tsisssawassaa hfte hcen iivistt fsroeahly r eeelwn ahaee aa avaaaannv ma taa k to aaT ahs a M at theat- prices B twmot aaa aVroai BC Ask yraar Dealer anal - 3 2 SHOES L DOl uTos arfee liBlaW A -- direct to factory ewrtn ana postal for ore V advrtfcii 1IAS Bracauam Hatatk will u hta ar Cures U forma of PRIVATE CHRONIC and SEXUL CIS EASES Spermatorrhea and Impotency arrw la Ma rmmll of lt mmm la JIMB aram ia Maar ea jn aaa kibxih aai tour raaim raaru 1 till aWliiTili laajM mr 11 -- hill Mweair m4 Sold by Jack Freerqan urlHar Ira - i alOoa r iTiaia af Mema I om of Scsal rVasv a trrlag laapaaaar ar aaaarpr ara taaaaaaaiT Siaaaw oiin afail h H awr rar Blakl riaiakaaaraea AimtoawSaonr r f n Mats- r IW rrM m9 SYPHIl IS w1 aa SI sU tinmt mmm aaa natinaa Ut fv a a aanwX-MWf art ta Tim ttk ri tar trmtiw- aawJ iaaaMy aTaf Wf Mssail aevitlP fT tl wnmimA pra MM Mill Hiimi - a4ta -- - n - - aaa palalalaaaaaa Is r - rtet- Cnrti njdrtrkM7a r tw CttaM gaM t GvUtruiU4 tm4trtnr IDttWlT ffkn It eaa im 1 atioi -a aml - ttitm aVBWaW to N u jrirMta MACKINAC SuitTner Tours Low Tlal all Cmii ft a Mctia By iHtlT fr b ta4 rt wafcU aaJ amtaM4atKa tdnetlj OniUilii Palace Steam sws Tnnr Trips per Week Rates wat m ataf iMnas Of VA tf hsMM will It b Ml rMH 9P M Otto Mr tnm I A M PRIVATE COUNSELOR twV wvly tvIL AMrvtl 1 a aaa 8a4Aj to traiT wj -- DETROIT t C DETROIT AND CLEVELAND pralal Basday Tnpa unrlnc July aaal Aaccs - MACKINAC ISLAND BarnavtUa et Is iaoo Chabovran Alj ar Igraa Caeoda S aad Baaw4i ort at olatr Qailaad Una is Marnva Cilgr gitiy Weak Day Briv--- n PAMPHLVTO ftarmaaal Oun aad ExiMvaao Tasketa Illusthatcd slca E a wkitcc Dftoiiirerl3sdS BET H K C T WELLS R CARR G T WELLS CO The Oniv Coal Yard in Town Only a square from the Cotirt luiaw You dont have to aeud away out to tbe depot rnw and plat of Friday amounted to 1453000 ounces purchased was 358000 Tho amount ounces as follows 100000 ounces at Jl 1849 258000 ounces at ft 1975 The majority of tho offers were at vory high price Earthquake Several earthquake shocks were felt in the Danujo Valley Thursday from Amsttetin to Grcin The shocks lasted ten minutes Tho river roso in long linos similar to the waves caused by a steamer s paddles The Put chafes of Siivsr offers of silver to tho Government Bank Tv 1 Stock Sale Ah can ble ohould the 40- im aken lo prevent ace wiil not be rcaponsi occur Lieu reserved on re Ba 3- - iV St ck es of Nation- - C1IAKLESE CuIAEBCO nal District renominated Joseph J Cannon tor a tenth term by acclamation Cannon Renominated for Congress ibicans of the I ifteenthllinois Dupree a half blood Sioux Indian has twocharming daughters that be wishes toraarry white men He said Thursday at St Paul Minn when ho found suitable young men of good business qualifications who would promise to treat them well he would lve their bands in marriage whether they the girls were willing or not and would present each couple tho day they wero wed with 1 10000 worth of horses and cattle and four hundred acres of land Duprees eldest daughter waa married on those terms to Douglas Car tin a society leader of Pierre two years ago Fred Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1809 irrrn rAAm m Baking Important Powder Debts due in Mice Trayxos for m tree moat be Ccal Dslinredu aByPinciTcTO Nnt and Lump Coal tbe cervices of stallions serving paid McKu Soft Coal and Anthracite Now open at Myers oM Inmber 1 ard 1 ariao ei Quicker delivery ia town Luwcat ABSOLUTELY PURE 1888 1SX nd 1MM to Owen KcKee All mures MeKte A Tray nor farmed in having coils living at weaning time will he paid for by Owen McKee owner of 44- ls7 next IT- - - W3LtS i nj aaar ijl ja ST V THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON LISHEDEVEltY iRAXD J IRY INDICTMENTS - Editor WLIiNEhllAY BV Among the indictments returned b the irand Jury at its late session were the following lack Chinn of Harrodshnrp for malic- Â¬ ious cutting with intent to kill Jas Mc CUba of Mercer county 0M Relative to the tight lietwcon the two above parties in the liar room of the Ho Â¬ tel Nicholas one night during the Jessamine County Fair it will lie rememrered that Chinn and MoCalie had twoencoun nd that in the last Chinn drew a liowie knife and struck Mi Calie m the neck with flat of the Made inflicting an nglv and painful wound An indictment against the officials directors and executive committee of the Jeamminc Pah Company for suflering gambling 1350 bond each Ttopeama named in the indictment are PresJdeaf WF Vjce Jresirlent A 11 Jewell Societal Taylor Treasur er Jas L Bhapaoa Dheetaa H c Bo deafaaagh J B Emhry Z T Chrisman John V Plackford F W Shanklin Executive Committeemen F IL Pickey J no A Sparks F A Farra Harry Mr Cany L H Willis John Harhaugh W ndiiskv Henry Mctcalf and Bobert Roach of ton to whom the gaming privileges aeM license were imlicted for setting uiagiming machine M0 boad each An indictment was fouml against Ian Srihner and Walter Haines who swindle Mr Fountain laud of Hanlev out last June Since then a com promisc was effected hy Detective T unko fame httweea Haines and land hy whi h the latter received The Climax Printing WmG1 I - White Chas S Co Powell lnd KK PER YEAR flSO Vodaetiay - September 31800 omVa majority hat til fTwinj -- Â¬ crawUilup ganral ffeO Arkansas The keiuucratic BMe ha Iet it Coaanioiiw itioual Convention itli t Slate occurs in our law such as Attorney Common MM AL wealths can etc SI rTKESS 1011 LEGISLATION that fpnii all juarters Convention itional il ltills the BaWatj cornea fore tlie Ml local tioii bwrine under the eyes nt the people to I iy the lawt dewed Our sful so Legislatures an next r down with iU tin navigable Im 1 -1 I I Â¬ Â¬ Hiujr i coopany chart ALL rCREI IX similar hills to JAIL I 7ML and c t The Cincinnati Boatthen BaBtaad came in for small siz d indictment Nui- sam e which concerns the condition of in the g at Funks mad near Mr oven roin flim naf those hiding in the James Nave A urday will ird French by the aiid placed in jail t in all now Nit soMien- led tn CHANWES IN THE CHNSTITI TIN Â¬ confined in one moan an in this engaged in the tights biding in 1 - The Harrodaharg Sayings would mutilate the present Constitution lievond ition It advances many peed hilt BO human icing can foretell what the committee may do The Sav 1 Â¬ rca- - re i the t only al hall to the to he opinion of certain Uen juestioned as the pneaibh actioa of the constitutionconvention one will conclude that the who have Â¬ ing from the peni- - done SSTII TItNS TIIKIi W KKNTI CK1 AMI HISTOID new constitution will be very ditferent the old and will to some extent revolutionize c unity matters The County Judge trill In it aililaliiwaal pna aferred apoa aha by having jurisÂ¬ it is decid- - klliMlede ol the ntuiky and the re un tng lias I lie his- - tions villi j them which nvention of MfflE KtriliLKAN hllKLK manufacturer Kinley not higiiei iry Maines i adopt it at it isd the McKinlev pot proti 1 for retloc- ine Be diction over all criminal and many civil - now tried in circuit courts H will have a term every month lint he must lie qaaliaed as a Circuit Judge un der the present law It h icasonahiv likely that the oHieos of Jailor Coroner and Aaaeaeor will Ik- - alKilishcl The aheriff will fill the place of the former ahfle vill take the other two but there will not he near as many of have now perhaps only one in cah district County ami Circuit Clcrkshijis will perhaps be merged into one otlice In civil cases juries will lie able to reach conclusions by a majoritv t The remunerative otlice of Commonwealths Attorney vfllbeahot Mhed and the hiisiness given to the County Attorneys The Court of Claims will certainly be done away with and commissioners elected hy the count v at ill attend to the county matters A change in tin until nil laThuld ing elections will he made Either the Australian plan will he adopted or each citizen will be compelled to register be- Â¬ fore Im casta hia vote There will a provision auainst the i ounties voting to tax themselves tobeacfitpemoasorcor poratioa The legislative term will U aae as now lut each session will only last sixty lays as aaeaaben will receive no pay after that Wane and no private or local acts will lie considered Â¬ v Â¬ 1m- Â¬ by The protective r this which the 1m1v VI CONTENTIONS In accordance with instructions re Â¬ il introduced with- - ceived from the State Central Committee the Democrats of Madison county are re i icat iijijsrin nation Bol tboae jticsted to meet in mass convention at their resK ctive voting precincts on Sat main urday September ath mr the pare - now no longer any need selecting precinct committeemen to represent them in the county committee TIIK SILK IMM Sli IN kV The manner of choosing these committees the silk is prescribed hy the State Central Com mittee i industry in The precinct committeemen thus cho Â¬ lut eil Bearlj sen arc ordered ha assemble themselves II e center of this loUiids together at Richmond on Saturday the In in Marion county where bth of eeptemher at 2 seasek P M and re numi elect from their numlicr a Chairman and ins were raised The Mem tan- of tlie County Committee Marion county have gone il Itaas Tiioii k Chmn Dem Com try with a will The rk is performed by A ulnrty Pnri i en and it is natty iateraatiag to file Wolk A few J You are requested t ass mole prompt Â¬ think i silk station v ly at l oclock m on the lith day of art riKnly on the main line ol the Santa le Kaihoad Tlie Scpteml cr at your resjK tive voting prebeen jiarticularly cncowag-- cinct- and elc t a chairman and seeretarv ral aid I and when thus organized elect by fair iiall make i good count a sound Democrat as precinct com It will lie the duty of such rise There is scarcely mitteeman chairman and secretary to immediately money can he made out advise the undrsigned by letter of the remilitary The silk worms thrive admirahly in the sult- of Kiil organization and election Who to Fleet- - It k very asporteat to I have seen mnllierry tret climate the interests of the patty throughout the roMth of from eight to ten feet in a season Indeed so thrifty and hardy State and to the interests of every countv is tin- plant that many fanners have that you elect rejuitablc stauinh uncom adopted it for hedge purjKises iojhers promising Democrats men faithful to - of the bmmmi in all directions their party and true to their business anl they will not touch the iiiullierry j H rsonal obligations It is important that shrulis With a little encounuemcnt we you should not elect BO one who holds establish an important industry in politics oirice Beeaase you want asaav the 1m 4 anl most productive icrestol eaaaasitteea but you are ex-lectei to understand that their duties iBteltes of tlie Union are to a certain extent and that it is un THEttEKMAX AMKKRAN TKLKBUATKiN worthy and dishonorable to lend the scr- ivs of the committee to promote the in I ujkhi for cele terests of rival candidates in the patty lirstinjr the origin of iennnn settiements You will liear in mind that vou are in this country marks the iM jrinninjr in called ill m to elect one committee man IMS of the famous colony at ierman for each voting place not magisterial dis Â¬ town near Philadelphia which may lie trict t and it is at the voting precinct that KBJJprd you are to elect lunviif thatjTclt- man emigration which spreading The precinct committeemen thus chos-Â¬ out over Pennsylvania linallv found its en are ordered to assemble themselves Cumberland valley and flowed t igetlier i not by irroxy but in person on on into Maryland and down the Shenan Â¬ Saturday die loth lay of September at 2 doah vall y inu Virjrinia Tlie colonial oclock p m and elect from their number imuihrranis tlie most part eame to this s temporary chairman and secretary and country to enjoy the rreater lilK rty of proceed then to elect a jiermancnt chair- Â¬ America just a- an of the man of the county committee and permapresent day aul the sturdy indeiK ndence nent secretary of 6aid committee The and thirst for freedom which distin rary chairman and secretary as guishes i the early immigrants are etjually luated are requested by the chara nan colon into of succeeding mail to rejiort to the under Â¬ onr d immigrant naturallv re signed the result of said organization and tain an affectioa for tin laacaaati of his to send at the same time a list of each t araUimi nl Hi aMnag precinct committeemen throughout his - fatherland hut he illickly identi county Wherever omissions in any EBBS fies hiuttelf with the interests of Lis the Central Committee will supply adopted country and the process of as Â¬ by ipsiintment similation at often more thorough than You will i cuj is mind that all Demo- Â¬ apl ear It fre crats whether under the name of ely hapjiens that the children of Wheelers Farmers Alliance or unGerman parents are as distinctively and der any organization whereby the gener emphatically American as any of the e al prii Democracy are sought to ermdanto of lialf a doaan generations of be enforced are nevertheless Democrats natives The country owes much to tlie awl are as much entitled as are Demo- and thrift of the German elongingto any other club or or here will he a very generÂ¬ ganization to be represented in the- al and eui It is the purpose of the Democratic hÂ¬ I Â¬ j -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fr Â¬ Â¬ jiarty to encourage organization in every wonder they have about the best jack proper way and the men who either as you ever saw Democratic leagues clubs Wheelers or G B Allen A Co White Oak Morgan Farmers Alliance unite in contending sold 500 good mountaid sheep to Gillesfor the principles which are Democratic pie Henry of this county at 3 Mt anl essential to the interests of the com- Â¬ Sterling Adivcatt mon country are expected to act on a Reinhart says that Yice President common basis within IVinocratic lines in much of the talk of poor crops in Kan- Â¬ rebuking national legislation which is sas along the line of the Atchison lines calculated to disturb the business and is for the sole puriwse of depressing harmony of the whole country To these stock values and really has no basis in organizations everyw here in the State by fact uniting as Democrats is due the credit ofJ Mr C F Col well of Whitley county the great victory you have achieved in He sold was here this week with cattle Centhe recent State election and your average of 00 a lot of tral Committee comes now to ask for a six yokes at an at Si 4 anl some cows at 20 further united effort to bring alxiut or ganization which shall e reputable per- lb expeetato make frequent returns with cattle manent and harmonious Advices concerning the Russian crojis By order of the State Central Commit are very gloomy but Berlin bankers say tee John P Castlkm an Chmn State Cen- they are described to be worse than the facts warrant in order to air t exchange tral Committee Loudon cables are that the crop prom- Â¬ ises to be inferior to that of any other NEWS PARAGRAPHS year Mr T S Burnam has sold ten 1000 lb Hung jury in the Sandifer Gentry thoroughbred Shorthorns at it Lancaster Will T Cole accidentally killed liimself 2050 per head That looks as if the on Millers creek Estill county last week Shorthorn business were beyond redemp- Â¬ A few years ago the ten head John Henderson the negro who mur tion would have brought 2500 dered and mutilated iilliert Ballot white At the sale of property of the lata near Midway was taken by a mob and hanged to a tree on the outskirts of Yer James Lyle near Athens there was a large crowd and all projierty sold at high sailles prices Sheep from 8 to S20 jier head The Pittsburg Dispatch an able inde Â¬ pendent Republican paper is supporting hogs S4 iier hundred and everything Hon Bobert E Pattison Democratic but cattle brought top price Midway Clipiier says Several weeks nominee for governor of Pennsylvania ago we stated that H T Martin and T and warmly indorses his letter of accept M Parrish had liought of J E Miies of ance The city nnd county authorities have frauktort 1 0000 bushels of wheat at had the public cistern in the court house 74c They sold tlie same wheat back to yard cleaned out for the first time since Mr Miles at 51 realizing a net profit of 5200 it was built over forty years ago It was about the filthiest one in exist encc Z E Bush auctioneer rejwrts sale of Was Harlier admr of Henry Fowler col- Â¬ Peril Ycv The South Dakota senators say they ored A good attendance and fine sale 50 to 75 have enough tin within an area of 80 Cows 24 to 41 Horses 1S0 New miles square to more than supply the Bona o J cents Old corn Cnited States and that can Ik- fully de corn in Held S125 Bacon 10 cents An veloped within two years if there is excellent sale projier encouragement given by Congress A gentleman w rites the Advocate from It is reported that a rich company has Lexington Poyle countv has taken the bought all ot the tobacco ware houses in lead in producing jack stock for more Louisville and will run them as one than thirty years anl seems to lie holding concern The capital stock of the new hei own remarkably well having taken company is pat down at 600000 This six out of the seven premiums showed combination will leave many drummers for at this great fair and won the certifi- Â¬ and agents in the country without occu cate in the 7th pations Bishop Hibler sold to Monroe Leer 100 and oil were agin struck at the Cotswold ewes Mr Leer has had long well last week The foa was lighted and experience in the aheap business and blazed to a height of ten feet Poring is after looking at a gxxl many flocks 6till going on and something startling bought Mr Hiblers saying they were may be expected sooa Tlie well is now the liest for the numlicr he ever saw in over eight hundred feet deep and the the State Fern JTisfwiiaw drill is still in white sandstone Bar The corn growing States of the West btmrrHle V it are alive to the lmiiortance of diversity Hon James A McKenzie of Chris- Kansas farmers have been for the last tian county one of Kentuckys ablest few years endeavoring with National sons sailed for Europe hist Saturday in State and corporate aid to produce sor the interest of the Worlds Fair at Chi ghum each year showing liettcr results cago He is Chairman of one of the until to day sorghum for sugar is one of most imjKirtant committees in charge of the most profitable crops grown the construction department and foieign We note that there is a yearning on the information part of a BBed many people for the old The Courrier des Ftats Puis is taking fashioned fair at points that have had American journalists to task for asserting successful meetings in the trotting cirthat France is decreasing in population cuit Iincaster set the pace this year The truth is ami the Courrier admits it and the echoes from our fair with its infereiitiallv that popsuatioa there is ast open handed hospitality are heard all Actually decreasing but is at a standstill or along the circuit lAtnroxt r Jiavnl at the mist there is such a small Mule colts seem to be in good demand ol increase as to be almost iutinitesi and best mare colts selling at 73 to 880 mal C B Cambron liought of St An immense lied of asphaltum bin per head ln en discovered in the lower part of this Mary parties twenty head of nice stock hogs at 2i cents jicr lKiund Same Is light county It is said to exist in paving of parties went of Bay wkh IM6 bushels quantities probably millions of tons -Same and of easy access This is one of the of old corn at 40 cents iier bushel A Thompson 100 lambs at 5 most rateable of minerals and should the sold to Cecil reports prove true there is big money in cents per pond Standard- - Twsea it to the iKjsscssjrs Hart Cottmtjf Av Several large sales of fat cattle were V MB made in Fayette county this week On Rev Dr Burchard of Rum Romanism Monday J W Ferguson sold 00 head to and Rebellion lame is summering in Sar Lehman of Baltimore averaging 17H The same party atoga He is a well preserved handsome jKiunds at 4 cents bought M head of other parties at 4 cts and affable old gentleman A correspOB dent says that the venerable doctor tits to 4 cts Mr Kratz who made the pur Â¬ chases for Mr Lehman has crossed the well into Saratoga life and then- - is nothing he likes better than to sit down iu mean forty two times and never met with the evening to a game of cards with some an accident bright young ladies He is an old Centre Nebraska farmers are turning their at- Â¬ College ayaduate LaBJoaakr Buoard tention to sugar lieets The following Cen Isaac F Harrison died at Forth results are reiiorted where ten acres were planted with eets and forty acres Worth Texas a few davs ago en Total cost was beetsS14750 Harrison fought through the recent civil with corn The beets yielded UK war with distinction He entered the cm 8MMM Confederate service from LoSBBBttm as tons worth 750 the corn 1000 bushels captain of the Tensas Cavalry under worth 3901 Difference in cwt 1350 43000 and all in Gen Kirby Smith and rose through the diiference in value Trade Journal different grades to the rank of brigadier favor of beets general His services were mostly west Walter Sharp of Sharpsburg received of the Mississippi river He was 71 within the last week over 150000 jiouiids years of age at the time of his death of tobacco for which he paid 10 cents The total value of exjHirts from Canada mostly Will Prewitt yesterday sold W for the rear IMM0 was f H Buafa 42 head of exjsrt cattle 4 cents 17k 7sk which P1bHbVbb1 represent articles actu- anl head at 4 cents The cattle aver Â¬ Caswell Prewitt de-Â¬ ally produced in the Dominion The aged 550 jKiunds best customers of the country were the livered yesterday to W H Bush SO cattle 1nited Suites and trcat Pritain the for- which averaged 15S0 lls The cattle were sold some days since and brought tj mer received products valued at Xi7 cents ML Shrlinj Adnx alt 887 and the latter C87UL77 The two largest items of the exports to ireat Brit- Â¬ Court Day Capt Z E Bush aucain were cheese of which the value was tioneer rcjiorts court day sales on Mon 1774241 anl cattle valued at jEH4l day as follows 200 common cattle on the The battlefield of Chickainauga is at market 100 changed hands the best cues to be turned into anataoaa military 800 jKiunds sold at 3 cents The smaller park a bill to that effect having just cattle brougt 2 to 2 cents A few plug passed Omgress - and mules sold an average of 80 It is deemed remarka- Â¬ ble that a battlefield whereon the Con The sorriest day for horses and mules I federates were successful should h se have ever known and a large numlier on lected fortius purjiose but it is no more the market Eight yoki s of cattle sold remarkable than was the selection of at Vi to 100 A fair day for cattle Bunker Hill as a location for a monu A Republican legislative convention at ment Bath were the scenes of defeats Oswego N Y unanimously adopted a that ultimatelv led to lasting victories resolution declaring that the provision in BnrUm lb rilhi the McKinley bill for an increase from Capt Joseph W Bell iiostuiaster at 10 to 25 cents a bushel in the rate of duty Shelbyville uuilei the Cleveland admin- on foreign barley is contrary to the theoÂ¬ istration died at his residence last week ry and purpose of protection principles under rather ieculiar circumstances and would inflict great injury ujion large For several days past he had been suf- business interests in Oswego and else fering with toothache an abscess form- Â¬ where The resolution also asks the ed the tooth was drawn and catching New York members of Congress to use cold his head swelled to enormous pro their influence to secure such a modifica- Â¬ portions An oiieration was iierformcd tion of the proposed rate of duty as will on his throat to relieve his breathing avert the threatened disastrous conse- Â¬ but of no avail and after several choking quences siiells he died at 8 oclock Captain A complaint of hard times comes trom Bell was a prominent local politician and served through the entire war on every agricultural quarter of the Uul n the Confederate side and succeeded in and no longer ago than last week the making his eseatie with John Morgan at Treasury Department had to come to the iumbus prison Captain Bell was rescue of Wall street to prevent a finanthe largest man in Shelbyville His cial panic Instead of curtailing exiien ditures and reducing taxation the doctors w eight was 350 pnnda iu charge of the Lnion are increasing taxation and making the money fly as it CONCERN ING FARMERS lias not since the war It will not be forgotten soon that it costs Uncle Sam A lot of mountain ewes sold in Garrard 100000000 more annually to run the for 385 show under Harrison than it did under In Clark county 110 cattle 1000 Cleveland and Cleveland was the better overseer of the two too LouitciUe Tihie lounds sold at 440 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ people The demand has created a sen- Â¬ sation in political circles W B Kidd shipped this week from In- Â¬ diana for I chman Bros 800 cattle most of them weighing about 1550 lbs and brought 4 cents 075 of them were de homed Mr Kidd says those who have once tried this process will never after abandon it It makes the cattle kinder and do better the weaker not being horned otr by the stronger I N Boone auctioneer reports the sale of A C Pier sail August 2rd well attended and bidding spirited Aged brood mares brought 100 yeaJling colt 75 milch f yearling heifers 12 to 7050 fat cow sLi j ani j corn 170 per barrel to lie averaged in the field Thresher and engine 50 fanning WiiKhertcr Dbb implements sold high A GRAND FEAST OF BARGAINS Having determined to change onr business January 1st cowsiti Everything in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost I The agricultural sections of the South are awakening to the tact that too much c Hon and too much little corn has been the rule There were good reasons for tl is in that the merchant would not sup ply a planter if corn was to be raised in- Â¬ stead of cotton Corn and pork lieing among the articles most largely used on plantations the merchant demanded that his profits on than articles be left undisturbed But increased acreage of corn and more pork are aiding the cotton sections much more rapidly in ac c miniating wealth than an increased acreage of cotton would do Diversified crops are more profitable than planting the whole cultivated area in one and paying out whatever profits there may le on it for the necessaries required in its ZVudai Jbsraai production Â¬ Â¬ EVERY flJ ARTICLE I A GENUINE BARGAIN1 Â¬ The Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINK of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Un derwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole Crooke Bennett August 27th 1890 Urmston FIFE Be Cared as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed conditon of the mucous lining of the the Eustachian tube When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by Catarrh that we cannot cure by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free FJ Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c 15 by local application Â¬ 1 Deafness Caat DO YOU K NOW THAT HAMSEY mm i UflVUfti KY RICHMOND Wish to inform the public that T Ramsey is no longer con Ramsey Xectetl with the Corner Dry ioods Store since selling his interest to W D Oldham but is now running NEXT SESSION OP Wednesday Sept 10 1890 THREE COLLEGES W C HAVE FITZPATRICK CO Â¬ partmenta of Study Fourteen Z Â¬ PRECISELY WHAT YOU WANT IN YOUR WE REFER TO KITCHEN THE PALACE Gash Dry Goods Store No 9 First Street in connection with W S G Fife near the old corner at the red li Classical Scientific and Letters Courses Louisville ByUlover A Tobacco Market Tobacco THE UNSURPASSED Durrett Louisville Ware Home Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3715 hhds with receipts for the same period of 3042 hhds Sales on our market since January tst amount to lOitKH hhds Sales of the crop of 1SS9 on our market to this date 53573 hhds The following quotations fairly repre- Our market this week has remained firm and active for the better grades of hurley tobacco in good condition but prices have been irregular and some weaker on the common grades Receipts and sales continue heavv sent our market for burley tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 2 50 to poo Colory Trash 400 to 000 Common Lugs not colorv 150 to6oo Colory Lugs Soo to 1400 Common Leaf Soo to 10 00 Medium to Good Leaf 1100 to 1700 Good to Fine Fillers 17 00 to 2500 Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to ti3 00 and wants his old friends ladies and gentlemen and the public generally to call on him he can sell them goods cheaper than he has ever sold them before We have secured the services ot Mr Green as salesman and Miss Hazelwood and Mrs Million 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 lo mnrk them up soon in placoof down We now hive on hand and daily receiving a splendid stock of Â¬ Leading to Bachelor B A B L and Mater M A M S L Degrees A io Commercial i tive Cour- A full faculty of able and expei men each a specialist in K Attendance last session yt State and Territories New Gymnasium More than 100000 added tn the endowment last year Expenses moderate la tuition board washir and attention PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods ProfR L Pllliam M A and two assistarrtion to the thorough ins cipline ot pupils The new Gymnasium contains a study halt seated with single desks nient recitation rooms and all the ment of a first class trainii g scho Careful attention training Students have gymnasium and go through daily under the direction of a PiotV sor Oratorical drill throughout the vear For further particulars or catalog ply to L H BLANTON Chancellor i at--l 9- - Lexington Belle Range AND Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Clothing Ilats Bo Shoes Trunks in fact everything kept in a tirst class store We call especial attenÂ¬ School for Girls LE tion to our suits of LIVE STOCK By GUIL 111011 MAEKET V EEPORT KMI5UY Lie uili Work nmiiiiKsim Merchants at l inclii Siock VarilsaiiU UovMgloa Slock Yards 25 iSon COOK STOVE FOR YOOB HALL OR BOOM WE HAVE THAT EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WINTER BOYS CLOTHING at 125 -Made BARBOOB take a will Alterforwood Custom- Class cf Twenty Girls For instruction in English Latin French and jerman Terms and omer particulars win oe maue known in person or by circular Boots and Shoes be- Â¬ Cincinnati Ohio Aug Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough to Extra Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen Good 4 Most low cost and other custom made best brands of Shoes SHIPPING CATTLE I01W 3 2 ooii 3 3 2 5C -- 75j S JEWETTS BASE BURNER 3 oo BUTCHER CATTLE 3 50 01 75 ooC THIS IS THE SEASON FOR DOVES AND THE PART WE RAVE THE RIDGES ARE COMING APACE Â¬ 25M 75 BULLS Shipping Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Best Best 2 2 1 Guns and Ammunition 2 I 65 ooi 50 151 AND YOU CAN HAVE THE FUN 2 1 1 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers Best Grades Fair to Good Common Best Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy HOGS Select Butchers Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights Light Pigs Extra 3 2S 2 25 1 75 3 2 2 Contractors and Builders o WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES 00 00 00 00 00 5 all very cheap A splendid line of all kinds of Shirts Over and Under froir 15cts to 2 below cost We sell the best 5 and 10 cent Handkerchiefs and Hosiery in the city Ladies White Party Kid Gloves 35 to 40 cents Crashes from 3 to 10 cents per yard less than cost Good Calico lets Challie8 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 Â¬ MIS CABBIE cinnati BABBQUB in bavins returned from the Conservatory ot Music will take pupils in vocal and in strumental music at her room in the new school building in the rear ot Church the First Presbvterian 9- School will open on Monday September 8th - BUSINESS EDUCATION r COWS AND CALVES 35 20 001150 lo ooa 18 4 75 3 2 oo40 TINNING A SPECIALTY for CASH 5 until you see ours We will have in a few days the finest line of best fitting Cloaks in Richmond ami 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 ATTEHD THE 4 4 4 2 45 20 50 6o 5 75 W C FITZPATRICK CO Ramsey Fife Of Kentucky UnlTaratty LEIIKTM CT W CWnmr M 4I3T and IPPM HUnf tonrt Www WILBUR R SMITH Pncsiocnt KTTheapMt Ian 4 niaeat rllis W V VZ6ZC fll olean k t k R f tku Odton tl- - MitSUMiairnliiCHilita tefc 4 worn m It lanl li ISOH null l C SPRING LAMBS 5 NOTICE L I X H o BrecVinridge Cabell formerly of Virginia but who has been a resident of New York seventeen years and has an extensive acquaintance with Capitalists BamuamuammnamnanaVELrQsjvfV m3mr a o to 00 O 6 3 n a s o 3 to O O a - a will SELL OR EXCHANKE TIMBKK MINERAL ANDAtiRHTInKAL LANDS AND DEVELOPED INDUSTRIES- Will also Organize Undeveloped Prop- Â¬ o 9 Ci 3 n 3 - GO RIM LEY HAS THE- - f wgUAl lwiii BuiaM fi Uiri ivteJ HBlhl Hj - ArtlkMM1 P n all h -- I in 11 c fnii ei m u L i m JLL I rUIWUIMll tyiiisiiii iiii cnmia mm AritMMMt m4 PMmwuMB wM MM Cgg giWj tow - -- - Baa iiJt Mm W BwmiL Cb wtm aM MM MADISON FINEST LINE 0FE rieties into Corporations and float the securities Skilled labor furnished industrial enterprises Â¬ 3 D Female Institute The thirty thirj session noted school for tdies and girU will open on Room 30 320 BROADWAY NEW YORK 3 O 9 V 31 RICHMOXD CMVJ3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it ia pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts femtly yet promptly ou the Kidney and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs ia the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the dinte ami ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in Mr Harvey Douglas brought in a lot A Little Bock Arkansas telegram its action and truly beneficial iu its of nice fat hogs last week that cost 3J says The Farmers Alliance of Sebas- effects prepared only from the cents tian and other counties in this State BBS healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it Col U H Chenault has sold 1800 projioundcd a series of seven questions to all and have made it the most bushels of wheat to Bonanza Mills at 85 for the legislative candidates to answer popular remedy known Aspirants are required to favor amend cents Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Mr John Hisle carried three cars of ing revenue law making taxation equal and bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who cattle and hogs to Cincinnati last week to vote against dealiug in options on gists food to reduce railroad charges to an may not have it on hand will proand got good paices tagonize any candidate for United SUtes cure ouo who for The Georgetown Times says J H Senator who is not opposed to rings wishesit promptly Do any to try it not accept any Cannon sold to Mr Fisher of Bourbon combines and trusts to secure an in- substitute a lot of stock hogs at bQ per cwt vestigation of the financial status of the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO R P Fox fc Soiis took the Stale and to favor election or railway SAN FRANCISCO CAL jack premium at Lexington Fair No 3111 AiirLliOLlK v tllP LOUISVILLE NW TOR Â¬ Â¬ BIVJOYSD CQU THE to UD er a 5c a 3 a s t 5-- LUMBER CO c M Saddlery AND o S3 asundersijned have formed a partner sell all kinds of Coal and Lumber at the lowest market price and re- Â¬ spectfully request a liberal patronage from The yards are located on the public Orchard Street and also on Third Street where we will build a warehouse upon the completion of the new railroad to this T S BRONSTON place Â¬ Tuesday September 9th A full corps of competent teachers Admirable Curriculum Prices reasonable Â¬ 4f m i T r4 w- - 3 o M 3 ft ll 5 -- 3 1 S a cu a 2 n - MMHARBER WB I I 3 Trotting Horse Outfits RICHMOND m For Catalogues or other particul on or address B C H AGERMAN 9- Pin LYMAN 1AKKIHH tUNSINOHAJt SO rr p 3 - HAS EVER HAD NewLivery ad Sale Stalk Â¬ o a IT- a 3 tl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We have erectHl a uew and commodious Livery and 8ale Stable corner of 3rd and Irvine Btreeta Richmond Ky and unk the public lo give us a trial 3 W ft K 3 a 3- - W C Gormley Co rooma me and Orange TWO FR VELLINGS-new 6 room each HilUdale Avenue elcsant lots all well finished SWISS COTTAGE to to foot alley Or OsLEr FORSALE 5 room Three E ft HORSES HITCHED OR FED r ft ftt -ft S3 Â¬ O AT REASONABLE RATES- - Saddle horses Lorees and buggies hired at low rales PARRISH CUNNINGHAM to ANNOUNCEMENTS WOU perate or as a whole on BUILDING UILDING LOTS LOTS CIRCUIT COUBT CLKRK KY- of SpeedweU to a mhm- date lor Circuit Court Clerk of Variiaon ubject to tlia action of the Demo- - B U POWELL 9T For prices on MRS reef any of the above THE CLIMAX Vlaes47i rxt- - local Ytaag Mea aid Boya Saptcmber 3 1880 rent Mrs Livia Gregory has grars to fans Fair Tho oldest in the 8 ate semi centennial Fifty thin annual fair Bourbon Co Ag-Â¬ September Ir-Â¬ ricultural Society Paris Ky 2 1 4 5 A 6 1880 Great display of fine horses cattle and blooded stock Ken Â¬ Mrs Sarah P Chenault will have a tucky Central Railway will sell round hale near Inion City on the Kith trii tickets at all stations during the fair tly reduced rates Trotting races tiiieerning Farmers column for and report of Harber each day on the splendid new half mile court Jay report track Tassengers from Richmond and xtv I intermediate stations an attend the fair Balea B IVatherage executors of and return home same day on regular W Ballew will sell farm Oct 1st trains ad Eve n kaay Will Be There lick Johnson one of the six priso Kverylxxlv Ive seen prapoBBB to atli broke jail has been caught in tend the Richmond Fair remarked a mnati man Monday w ho has bbbb aliout a lm d Pond as executor of Axariah good deal the ast si veral weeks and lViun 11 will have a public sale Septem Â¬ all the horses will be there he added xpected that the R N I ft B will ber 3rB Baeai bring in rive hundred every day and Maupin found a large Mr rate K C will do an increased business Baal on his farm last week and thinks the over preceding years The grounds it lightning killed are in good condition and the weather Senator Bennett and A R Burnam will le tine Everything pointa to a wen-- among the defendants lawyers in large crowd tine exhibition of rjsek oearesi ase at Irvine ami altogether a successful Fair Mr Clifton Bodea Burets liabilities Oar Clays and Soils have run up to 250000 but it is said he Prof O A Kennedy the talented ill pay A cents on the dollar young geologist of Central University r Win Stewart President of Berea is preparing a valuable iaiK r on the irned from Furojw and is clays soils and mineral raaoart Madison county for publication in the it work in the interest of his school Kentucky Trades Journal at an early The liflled buzzard is sojourning in the Â¬ boihoad of i W Ballew and H EL day He is an able geologist of consid erable experience and a valuable paper r both liaving recently wn him may lie expwted by our readers MadiThe Water and Light Company re son county is one of the richest sections thirty two thousand jtounds of of the State in tine soils valuable clays rimrs lay for corking their pies sands and other natural resources of this Trade Journal Kails for the street car line arrived on class last Thursday and work is in pr Col Moberlrys Herd at LexiagtaaThe line will Ik- in running order by the Forest Jrove herd of Shorthorns the 1Mb property of CeL T s Hoberity this The Icxington Fair receipts for Thnrs- - place swept everything at the Ix xington 7o0 larger than any pre re Fair The Colonel has gone on the grand lav within the history of the asso rounds and purposes bringing home all ion riblnins in the rins that his herd can sxhool oitencd on Monday enter The eight LexiarJKM premiums The city Prof J 1 llar- - are as follows Mia attendance L rat bull I vears old and under ria Miss Hareourt and Miss Dudley IV st bull I years old and over 2 Bert cow 2 years old ami under taing killed two oxen anl two Bert cow years old and over 2 LosB Monk Rice last week Best bull 2 years old and over They were stunning near a IV st cow 2 years old ami over first pre- Â¬ walnut trmium IBS reooad US Baal herd of bull and 1 or more cows The street car and the water and light - will tearthe town all to pieces 2 years and over 3Q Also the following second premium so if you Iiavc any walking to ilo do it n m for you will liave to ride when the Best bull over 0 months and under 1 tin- stn--cars come year The new ralroad will be here row or next dav Hung jury in the Cockrell case at vine 10 to I in favor of guilt y rÂ¬ 1 Â¬ - Nr Broaddos Park eJoperuent from Waco Waco item Bear in mind that Central University will open next week Be ready to begin with the lieginning Think of the oppor- Â¬ tunity right at your doors No going away from home on heavy expenses Young lalies and girls think of Madi- Â¬ son Female 1 nstitute Preiare to attend ing the demand and consequently the lower the price The Grange too believed one store in the county sufficient for all purposes and rented a store and employed salesmen to OOaapeta with old established houses who paid neither rent nor clerk hire The result was a loss of money to the backers The Alliance is not afflicted with any delusions but looks to the material welfare of the farmers and laborers The interests of the farmer are neces Â¬ sarily the common interests of the whole leople of the Borah and AVest for as a rule those of the South anil West who arc not farmers are closely related to them in a business way But there are en- Â¬ croachments upon the farmers interests which thev mean to oppose and redress The Bronston Maupin Homicide THIN COLUMN Improvement continues in Bell county one desperado killed another one and was himself wounded Winchester set alwut to have an electric street railway but when she heard that Richmond was going to have an old fashion mule car line she immediately abandoned the chained lightning and put on mules A mule is the nearest approach to elec- Â¬ tricity tinker with his posterior portion and youll think lightning has struck you We believe therefore that a mule car is virtually an electric car Hence our street car line is all right The milk is sour today apologetically remarked a Broadway young house keejKr the other day That is the re- Â¬ sult of so much thunder replied the guest A few days later the housekeeier profited by the idea and explained to another guest there has been so much heavy Masting at the new depot that the milk is all sour A Main street clothier this place boagbt a lot of tobacco in Henry county in connection with a resident of the raid county He was anxious to know how the investment would turn out and wrote for his partners opinion The partner is a man who set out in the world cutting cord wood Then he bought a jack Finally started a country store and lastly invested iu tobacco lie BBaarered in verse as hereunder given Im acquainted w ith old Poverty For I started out with him He met me at the cradle And stuck to me with vim But I did not like his company So I sought a letter friend Aud with al my might and courage I lalKired to that end I wrought until my muscles AVere like knots upon the trees I cut seven cords of wood a day And put it up with ease I era lied in the harvest field When taters roasted in the hill And on my stalwart shoulders Carried the grain to Battss mill I found the reward of raber certain But too slow to build upon So I engaged in speculation Ard averted in a John Though be was large and likely In form and ears and chin Yet to my great discomfort Di not bring the shccklcsin The way to wealth seemed rugged But that mate I meant to go I discontinued John and lalior And boagbl a stin k of calico This to me proved much lK tter But did not satisfy ray greed I will supplement mv efforts By a corner on the weed Oh weed of consolation In you Ill apeeabae Ill smoke and snuff and chew Likewise expectorate Farewell now to old Poverty Youve sunk in obscurity For with my apecabarve eye I can pierce futurity But the weed funked all the same Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 CORRESPONDENCE K1NOSTON Mr Friend and wife are at Mr J M Boens Mrs Gruhbs of Mt Sterling is visiting her sister Mrs K T Pettus Miss Jennie May Craig left yesterday for Shelbyville to attend school Miss Mattie Cox will attend Elliott Institute at Kirksville this session Miss Lizzie West leaves tfKlay for Midway where she will remain for ten months of Franklin Miss Helen Chestnut Simpson Co is visiting friends and rela- Â¬ Â¬ t 1 t 1 hanalian the reservoir in Co will go to work on a few days as they have secured the contract Richmond will soon in laying the mains and the sti Ik- - torn all to piecca Â¬ The Pichmond Plumbing Co has rent- al the large house on Main street BB-si- t- Hotel jyndon formerly occupi l by Collinss furniture house and will ojK n up in a few MM V on JlarlK r sold a building lot Pix Â¬ the East aide of High street yes terday to - V Rowland and Alfred Ik uglas The purchasers will build three-- residences on the lot raje T Little has removed his bar- K r shop dowa street t the Sanders cig ar second door from HerndonV cor- uid im itcs his jiatrons to call anil Sec local see him in his new ijuarters store A latm s Bennett this place that as a Broadway Lots Sold genuine unadulterated crank she is a Engineers S F Rvk and Will Bryant bowtii The 1 p ought not of the R X I k B have boBght the op to talk so much without knowing more posite corner lots on Broadway comer of Mr W T Wiggins late in the planing B stn et They pari resjH ctively So0 mill business has accepted his old peaa and 700 and w ill build BtOB resiliences tionwith Haitkea wholesale lianlware thereon house Cini imiati and has gone on the This leaves only two of the eighteen mail His family will continue to live in lots on Breadwey aaeold Richmond is yet occasion Where is Broadway ally asked It runs ftova Second to i Mm W K Qreea celebrated hereigh cond bithday last Friday rt Mrs stre t cast and west and is only two Howard Coraetimaa She walked from squares long Col T F Moln rley being her sons a liistamt- of a quarter of a located on the west side of Beeoad street mile having three fences to climb She at the west end of Broadway and Squire J EL Powell formerly the Jason Walk looks we are toll its if she might residence on the eaat side if B street at a doaoa more birthdays In other the east end of Broadway Elder W C Holton died in Mason words Broadway runs nearly through county Ky on Thurxlay August 2Mb the center of the Jason Walker yard lsto in the Mb year of has age He had Four residences have been erected on lst n an elder in a nighlxiring church Bauadaay three more are building and for half a century Deceaaad was the several more to begin soon grandfather of Dr C S Holton RichMadison County Alliance mond who attended the burial IMegates from the various Farmers Kkt ami 1 alxirers Unions of Madison county ife have a few sound Ran assembled at Cntoa City on Friday Au raber words of adntoaitaoa ebemrberebi gust BbV for the parpoae Of organizing Read and pmlit a to days CaaMAX County Union A W Bush of VYin They ha their new goods alled to the chair and J Olds was elected temporary Secretary Killed Bad Ifatton a lad of xlor who has The reiorts showed a total memlH rship Wagers near of HO in the countv embracing live sub Ih cii living with Brose Waco for years was thrown from a unions Flection of ollicers horse and his toot hanging in the stirrup Hiram Jett President d out of baa bis life was dra W L Blanton Vice President fir Xie J T Parrish N crctary At Baayea Grove five miles east of J F Oldham Trea urer Richmond on the Inion City turnpike L E Parker Chailain Music and temlKT atb W T Fielder Lectarer dancing and a lig dinner Everybody A Adams Assistant Lecturer barbed Martin Gentry Jr Manager SJ Hisle K W W Taylor Assistant Berea Fair C L BBtacji Countv Business Agent Friday ami Saturday last the annual J K lds County Organizer fair was held at Berea The crowd was John Hill Assistant County trgaiiizer greater than ever lKforc and the show of After completing the regular oiiler of k good The Berea Fair is a fixture business the convention adjourned to and next year will advertise extensivelv eat again at Union City on the first give larger premiums anddomany things Saturday in October the aft dav for a more pretentious fair J B Qua set rctary of Day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1- Hoor-kt-eiK- T 1 lenver jaKr remarks of Mrs Looking to the Fatare Hume Clay is the man w ho is said to have forged the name of his grindfatoer Matthew 1 Hume to notes amounting to a large sum as heretofore set forth His w berea Vxmts are yet unknown and his grandfather is fortifving aeaiaaf BBjr The Winchester iiiiiit of the notes Democrat rajna Interest in the Hume Clay case was revived this week by a unique action brought by Matthew D Hume It was a petition praying the court to order his testimony taken in or Â¬ der that it might be perpetaared The banks have brought or will brim suit on the Botes on the theory that they are genuine and as he is now 87 vears old he feels that he may not live through the years of litigation that may ensue and wants his testimony taken now that it may Ik- used in defense of his estate in case he should die - George Maupin shot and instantly killeil Ballard Bronston in this place at B oclock Monday night The two men had Ik cii sitting under the trees in the Court house yard near the jail talking with coroner B Dudley Miller and turnkey faal Park Mr Maupins term as jailer of Madison coun ty had just expired and he and his turnkey B Dudley Miller had that day iliven place to the new jailer Mr John F Wagers and his turnkey Mr Parks his brother-in-laThe conversation was general and in good humor Mau pin and Wagers walked away Bron Â¬ ston remarked that he would like to have a bed for himself and wife He and his wife had beea remarried that day having got a divorce at the March term of the court Maupins and Pron stons wives nre sisters When Maupin returned coroner Miller called his attention to Bronstons request Maupin said he would go up and see Presently he returned- and said that he had just moved most of his things to the new Gott resilience on West Main and could not arrange for Bmnston and wife Bronston then remarked George you have beea wanting to kill me for a long time now cut loose and put his hand iK hind him using some oaths Maupin explained to Bronston that he against him had nothing wouldnt hurt a hair of head etc Bronston then asked what it was Maupin had told a certain man and Maupin said Bat bad I have told you several times using an oath that I never said any thing alout you Then Maupin men tioned his kindness to Bronston while the latter was contined in ail for killing Dadtey Finally Bronston arid putting his I can slnKit as fast hand behind him as you can Maupin said he was not armed and went up the steps A good many other things were said from first to last by lKth Maupin and Bronston but the above is tin- sulistance Maupin returned and was near tin foot of the stes when Bronston asked who is that Maupin answered and Bronston remarked reckon then you are ready or words to that ellect and partially arose from bis chair putting his hand backward as he did so Maupin then fired and as Bronston fell or aboat the time he had fallen fired the second shot Both bullets entered in the vicinity of the right ear one of them going into the brain Otliccrs Feeney and Berry were on the sjiot in a moment and found Maupin greatly excited and not inclined to surrender But after talking the matter over and listening to the assurances ot the officer gave up his pistol Bad went to jail Bronstons body was removed into the Court house and Dr Foster was sum moned to examine the wounds The ease was called before County Jadte Chenault yesterday morning County Attorney Sullivan appearing for the Commonwealth and Mr D M Chenault for the defendant The prose Â¬ cution was not ready and the case was continued till Saturday The prisoner was placed in charge of Deputy Sheriff I Maupin Squire Win Willis held an impiest yesterday with H J Btreag John kiughman Pud Baxter W C Fitz patrick J A Hig ins and G W Wil ging on the jury B Dudley Miller officer Feenev and Joel Park testified as above set forth The funeral tiok place yesteriiay after- Â¬ noon It will Ik- - recalled that Bronston shot Maupins brother some years ago wounding him M Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 tives Mr J R Cox and Miss Nettie have re Â¬ turned from an extended trip to Kansas and Missouri G D White Ksip has returned from Dripping Springs where he has lcen for a sojourn Misses Annie Maupin anil Maggie Bides after spending several weeks in Virginia have returned Mr Bert C West of Dennison Texas who has been visiting his mother and other relatives left on Mondav for his home with the very best wishes of his many friends i J White Son ooeght of Theo dore Dunn the well known saddle stallion and sire of more saddle colts than any horse in the county Rube for 250 Babe is 18 years old Same also bought of same 19 yearling mules at 0250 per head Same also liought of Janus B El- Â¬ lis the on Cornelison farm of M acres at Â¬ Stock and cause serious McKinney A Brooks colt show at Un- Â¬ inconvenience and loss to the farmer in his work which may be quickly remedied ion City Sept 27th by the use of Dr J H McLeans Volrec Â¬ Nancy Hanks broke the i- canic Oil Liniment V ord at Lexington Fair Thursday making it 214J If you want to buy a Sulky Surrey G F Clark London O has baagbt of Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for W L Barklev Lardagaaa the yearling he has the latest best and cheapest bay colt Billv Redd by Red Wilkes The Life of the flesh is the blood son of thereof dam Columbia by Dixon pure blood means healthy funcHappy Medium for l500 tional activity and this bears with it the M B Smith Cos Georgetown won certainty of quick restoration from sick byJ ness or accident Dr J H McLeans the six furlong dash for a half length at Monmouth Park New Strengthening Cordial and Blood PuriThere were fier gives pure rich blood and vitalizes York on Tuesday last eleven horses started among them K and strengthens the whole body 100 1 13 Stones Kingman which ran third The per bottle purse was 1220 Time 110 A special Coughs and colds come uninvited but from New York to the Cincinnati Enquirer says Hon W Owens who is you can quickly get rid of these with a 11 McLeans Tar 000 on few doses of Dr J a half owner of the horse won 13 the race and the colt is said to Ik- - the Wine Lung Balm es which affect 5Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 HORSE NOTES There are many accident and dbaaa SCHOBLtSUITS THE fathers SEASONS when AIX AT mothers and their nice have to puzzle something minds about best in the West --Getwfetmem Tino Nearly all the extreme speed we have or have had was sired by stallions whose speed has never been developed Stam IhiiiI 212 ISonnie McGregor 21S and ISelle Hamilton 212 being the only promineiit exceptions which I recall Maud s 20 fclft Gay Ax 210 Sunol 210 St Julien 211 Phallas tell 212 Palo Alto 2121 2i5j Jack 215 Smuggler 215 Adon is 211 Allerton 211 Lady Bullion 2ltU Fred Arthur 214 j etc etc were all be sires whose speed was not devel oped Now I am not trying to prove that a horse that cannot trot is a lietter 1S 1250 sire than one that can trot but rather to show that a horse lieing bred right is the WACO only safe guide and that the matter of Postmaster By bee was in Irvine as a individual speed cuts but little figure w itness in the Cockrell case last week if Lalicvek in Slot k Farm Allie Adams has built a blacksmith Children Enjoy shop near his home and is now doing business with Jack BaBew The pleas ant flavor gentle action and Messrs DZ Taylor and George soothing effects of Syrup of Figs when in ThorjK- - sjK nt last week at the Irvine need of a laxative and the if father or mothGeorge will go to Cyathraaa er be costive or billious the most gratifying springs results follow its use so that it U the best shortly on business A negro boy about 10 years old named family eemedy known and every family Dad was killed near Hisles church should have a bottle Jay-Eye-S- ee Life will acquire new zest and cheerif you will impel your fulness return liver and kidneys to the performance of their functions Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm will stimulate them Â¬ for their Boys to wear to school This Fall we have tried to take the worrying avaj frm ot BOYS parÂ¬ to healthful action 100 per bottle 3- - ents by laying in such a handsome The damp and decaying vegetation of regions newly cleared of timber exposed to the rays of the sun is sure to breed malaria Dr J II McLeans Chills and Fever Cure by mild and gentle action will radically cure 50 cents a bottle and 3- guaranteed Donelson has a quantity kies Surries and Buggies of new Sul- Â¬ stock and CHILDRENS CLOTHING of every description that all you lave to do store bring the boys with you out for school taste These is to come to our and take them away all fitted are subject to styles individual which zirments of the newest and most popular pattern and at very 5- reasonable figures A position for Fall Term by a lady to teach either a private school or as an assistant Can teach the full We have three well defined however experience has shown to be the host for convenience and durability Wanted all things considered these are the two piece suits and buttoning cutaway all English course Two years experience Address Good references furnished Box 22 Smithficld Henry Co Kentucky with pleated coats either with or without lielt to the neck or with lapels coat and with the vest sack suits Take one of Dr J H McLeans LitÂ¬ these last Sunday eve He lived with Mr A B Wagers and was riding his horse when it iK came frightened aud dashed the Imij-- against the ground with foot tle Liver and Kidney Pellets at night before you go to bed and you will be sur Â¬ prised how buoyant and vigorous you will feel the next day Only 25 cents s vial l3- having knee pants for a school jtist the thing loy Inns same aiid For young men garments Call Koads Heather aad Clothes hanging in stirrup dragging him a con siderable distance killing him outright Mr Howard I Park and Miss Lizzie Breaddaa eloped to JerrereoaviBe Ind last Friday morning and were married by Justice Keigwin The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr Jerry Broaddus of this place and is one of the most accomplished young ladies of this As an artist she has few equals county many of her lieautiful pie es decorating the family home Mr Park is a son of Mr Jeff Park and is recognized as a successful business man The bridal couple will make an extensive tour of the South and will return here to reside The elopement was a surprise to even one here as there was no objection by either of their parents Dr Christopher was the lK st man He went to Ixiuis ville a few days before and accidentally met up with them a few moments lK fore their deiiarture from Louisville to Jeffer sonville Â¬ When the roads dry up and the weather gets clear A mans clothes get shabby this time of the year He looks from his hat to the heel of his boot And says to himself I need a new suit To get something good and get something Hume are agents for first class insurance companies Try them MS- The quality of the blood depends much upon the good or bad digestion and assimilation to make the blood rich in life and strength giving constituents use Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Cornice dial and Blood Purifier it will nourish And at the same time for a yery low price Where to do this and be sure you are the properties of the blood from which 00 the elements of vitality are drawn treated quite right a 13 Get the worth of your money thats a per bottle blame sight I have moved my Blacksmith and Its a question to worry you all Wood Shop to my two story building on From the man very large to the boy Third Street and am prepared to do young and small blacksmithing and wood work in a true I employ eight Listen a moment will tell you just how workmanlike manner Buy from merchants who buy for spot skilled workmen Bring your work to cash me and I will guarantee satisfaction S L MIDRIFF 11 Who wont giye time but sell for spot cash Sick Headache and a sensation of They will sell you the cheapest and wont oppression and dullness in the bead are make you pay very commonly produced by indigestion For the goods others bought and owe to morbid despondency irritability and over this day sensitiveness of the nerves may in a ma1 Â¬ Birnam the about larger the style are rraad as lor men and examine our sttck before you In the we purchase and we arc confident we will sell you future M in the arret to give every one ami honest gooda expect fair treatment therely building up a reputation that will be lasting COVINGTON i MITCHELL ABOUT RAILROADS TheR If tomorrow only four miles out on Saturday Mr Ehaha Parrish walked the R N I A IS bridge over the river at the mouth of Tates Crack Saturday and says there are 1158 ties on it The wonder that is to startle the open ing of the twentieth century is likely to In- - the consummation of all rail connec tion between San Francisco and St Petersburg William Gilpin ex Governor of Colorado who was with the pathfinder Fremont when he opened the way for the Westward march of empire to the Pacific now declares that to bridge Ik bring Strait is not oniy feasible but will prove eminently profitable to in- Â¬ vestors He says it will liean easy matter to build a railroad that shall unite the p esciit systems of Pacific railroads to Alaska and the Russian Government baa already surveyed a line to run through Siberia to Behring Strait The isothermal lines run high up to north in that longitude and Alaska is not any colder than Labrador The climate ot the whole of Siberia is fairly temperate and the entire country is worth opening up The only apparent difficulty is in crossing Behring Strait but this difficulThe strait is only ty is only apparent forty miles wide and in the very middle lies an island alsuit big enough to bold New York Brooklyn ami Jersey City conbined The water is nowhere over forty feet deep and there will be no trouble in erecting piers OB the hard bot tom Right up through the strait flows the ceaseless Pacific current which shows a constant temperature of alwut seventy deTees This keeps the water open from years end and icclK rgs are utterly unknown At no point along the line of the most desirable route are the land points more than seven miles apart and the deepest water in the widest chainels is less than seventeen feet The chief olstacle ac ording to Mr Gilpin lies in the cost and that can le provided for without much trouble The stone and iron lie at hand bath hi this continent and in Silieria the mountains of loth produce the precious metals to defray the expenses of construction and if the two Governments will but sanction the enterprise then- will lie but little delay in establishing what the world will admire as the triumph of mans audacity in engineering The enormous amount of unemployed capital in England and in this country will be glad to find such an opportunity for investment as this and the day that the suliscription books are opened will assure enough money to complete the entire road which will lie the greatest in the world Trade Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - B will reach Richmond evening or Friday It was I jority of cases be traced to the same MOKKII I cause Dr J H McLeans Liver and CHlCAIiO Too much rain is Crops look well Kidney Balm and Pellets will positively the general complaint 13 The Pennsylvania Passenger Station one cure Schools are reported full The teachof the Features of the Western MHandkerchiefs ers generally seem an average most are etropolis Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs new teachers 1 Â¬ Â¬ 12 13 VORIES SCHOOLFIELD Co Clothiers and Furnishers Southside Main Street near Hotel Glyndon IEHSONAL Â¬ Slaw Jarksaa ur Morrill correspondent says in his letter elsewhere in this issoe of The Cli Â¬ max that Jackson county has not a mile of railroad or turnpike no money order office no express office no hank no newsiK r aad not a negro Yet Jackson county voted against a railroad that would have given the county all the things named and many more The Farmers organizing Â¬ By reference to the rejxirt of the temporary secietary Mr J F Olds fouud elsewhere in todays Climax it will Ik seen that the fanners have five sub unions in the county ami have organized a counThe sub unions are at tv alliance Doylesvilie Broomsedge near Waco Green Hill near SjK edw ell Union City ami College Hill loll Show The Alliance as we have In fore taken MeKinncy A Bnoks will give n to remark is a growing power premium for the beat bolt by their land A dozen or more other sul- in the e at Inion City on Sat- Show to will be organized in the county Judges selected on uuious ardi ral weeks ago we published the id origin and progress iu this country of the If every owner of a stallion would do A Ilia i likewise it would improve 1 ra hear tle Grange The ig better attention f tw BJO that made a start in ickling days tot more or 4 this country The range was aavocraea Its members ry lrjfh We mail ectel impossibilities UM the idle talk that all the laws were to be kil N iB brick fr iu and Thev tb t evcrvbodv could unoersuu Ml I1UIL laiU uro Kill I1T1 ril ihtr book of medicine should Also that the number ol ared be increased and corres- at Rodes- time the of other people pa lot of 500000 They forgot the universal during which teaches but the demand is law of supply ai the tail a ly the Hawiirm Â¬ - t I Jlvr 1 iii - 1 great Mr Win A Bartow of Garrard county was here on Monday Rev D B Coojier of Ixniisville is visiting relatives in this county Mr M IS Arbuekle has returned from an extensive visit in the West Rev W Y Sbeppard am familv have removed from Harrodsburg to Danville Lev Mr Caldwell of Louisville visited Rev Thomas Cumuiings this place last week Miss Lillie Barklev of Smiths Center Kansas visiting Miss Belle Rayburn has gone home Lev T P Dudley Jr has gone to Bocberter N Y to pursue his studies at Trevor Hall Mr J W Hogan of Sbelbvville is visiting his uncle Mr G W Willis at the ilyndoii Dr C C Christopher Waco has re turned from a visit to the medical colleges and hospitals of Lmisville 1W M Flliott of Kirksville officiated at the marriage of Bev W A Cooerand Miss Belle Mann at IScattyville Rev R M Dudlcv returned Imuic from Colorado Monday evening greatly im irwgrttnrn Timet proved in health Minnie Gibbins who spent a month with the Misses Cornelison re- Â¬ turned to her home in Lexington accom RELIGIOUS panied by Miss Mary Cornelison who attended the Ix xington Fair church An IndeiHMident Methodist Jadga T J S ott of Richmond is in has ln en organized at Millersburg grow- Â¬ town He was met here by Judge ISen ing out of the removal of the college to ton and a Winchester delegation on busi- Winchester ness regarding an injunction suit against Rev W A Crowdus pastor of the A the K U Railroad Xicholaonlh Ihiuo M K Church will preach his last ser Â¬ oat mon on the second Sunday in September one of the cleven st The church has done well under his care I A Shanahan eighteen new memln rs and the debt amidmost genial of gentlemen accompan His deportment ied by Jerry Sullivan County Attorney eutirelv liquidated of Ma lisou county and a leading lawyer while here has impressed everybody with of the Richmond bar were at the Hotel hi Christian character aud conference Nicholas last Sundav XifhtJiirrilU- Jmtr- - could not send an abler man to Rich- Â¬ mond of Madison the A T Chenault Squire Willis who attended the State Hon moderator of the assixiatioii is ae uncom meeting of the Christian Church at Lex- Â¬ A colored man lielonging promising a Democrat as he is a stanch ington says and true Baptist and it is a pleasure to to the Christian Church made a speech hear him manfully espouse the cause ei- for help to organize an institution for ther of church or party He doesnt le teaching the colored people and prepar lieve in a half way lemocrat any more ing them to go out in the field and preach than he does a halt way Christian and the Gospel He said the colored people thinks that treason aboard be made odi Â¬ lieorrofl tlm e things 1 The sjielling ous all alone the line Stanford Journal bijok the key to all book knowledge 2 The Bible the key to open the pearly Joe Deadly formerly deputy circuit gates 3 The bank book the key to open clerk of Fayette county was thrown from the gates of American prejudice They bis baggy and killed on the streets of held a missionary meeting for the colored Lexington last week His wife and baby folks and made 700 to be appropriated were painfully hurt to the educating of the colored people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Many protracted meeting are Ik Iiu held at different places ISaptists predominate Some Disciples and hard shells are here also 0a election day in a row at the Pond Fork voting place one Dalton was wound ed and Hill was killed Trials of the parties were held last week In this county there is not a mile of pike or railroad a money order office a printing press a bank or a nig- Â¬ Many never saw a culhnl pus- ger Yet we are happy and have plen- Â¬ son ty to eat McKee is a splendid place for rusticating board is cheap and good and the people clever Some sixirt for nimrods may be had Some may object to the smartweed in the streets but the roads are wide and stony An election contest is lefore the Jas Lunctord and Rev J N Cul Reton were candidates for judgship turns gave the victory to Luneford by one vote Charges of fraud were made and papers filed for a contest Legal talent has been employed on both sides Iast week the Institute was held at McKee Of the sixty two teachers fifty nine were present Superintendent R J Engle was re elected by ninety one He is doing much to elevate majority his teachers and the schools of Jackson county This year there are three thousand two hundred and thirty pupils of which about forty per cent will attend school Prof M Flliott did good work in his happiest vein Prof Dodge was present and seemed to Bro Elliott and he enjoy himself preached to appm iative audiences sev Â¬ eral times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Of the many magnificent buildings of Chicago not the least conspicuous is the extensive structure on Canal street built and used by the Pennsylvania Lines as a Passenger Station Cnder its gigantic sheds trains arrive from anJ depart for the South and East the West and Northwest and down its marble stairs and through its great entrance pass thousands every day to swell the throngs in the great citys streets This station which is convenient to the theatres and hotels and to the principal business blocks is also con venient to residents of this city for the train leaving Richmond at 105 p m connects at Cincinnati with the Chicago Night Express which arrrives in the great Pennsylvania Passenger Station at 730 a m The Pennsylvania Line is the shortest through route between Chicago and Cincinnati and its train service is excellent Complete information can be obtained regarding a trip to any city in the Northwest by addressing D I Roberts Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati O The fast Northern Expresss of the Pennsylvania Lines leaves Cincinnati at 755 a m and arrives in Chicago at 5 10 p m carrying passenger coaches and a 12 Pullman Buffet Parlor Car Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 40- - Crooke Bennett i Irmston constitution The most delicate can safely use Dr J II McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm it is a sure remedy for coughs loss of voice and all throat and lung diseases t 13 Sheep For Sale I have 2300 sheep for sale including 1000 select ewes H H Colyer 10- - LOST On last Monday County Court dav REMOVAL I HAVE MOVED MY RED STEER CALF Blacksmith Shop A In connection with the series of papers with white spots willleft hip drooping re- to my new building on Third S be paid for his suitable reward Wonow being published on Exercise for covery or anv information that will enable where I liae every in ever be bet of work more men the next nunber of Harpers Bazar me to find him D M CfLTON fore Gray Haw k will contain an article on The Ladies see all my old pa Will be Jackson Co Ky It Athletic Club at the Berkeley Lyceum trons and many new by Mary Gay Humphrey JfaRemember I have moved tot Third Street bet Irvine and UABIT ln all DKl KENNKSS LIUIOR the World there is hut One Cure Dr Ilaiaes tiolden Speritir given in a cup of tea or coffee It can without the knowledge of law pevaM taking It effecting a eely tout permanent cure whether the patient Is a mmlerHle drinker or an alcoholic wreck Thousantls of ilriinkHrits have lieen cured who have taken the Golden speilllc In Iheir coffee wiiliout their knowl of eile 11111I to ilay think they quit drinking re their own freewill No harmful effect MllafnMI its administration tares guaran teed seiul for circular and full particulars Address in confidence Joiiien seKCInc to iT lrt Ma Race Cincinnati U Â¬ HCLOING Ford Ky Is selling out to I B ii- SL MIDK1FF 11 rOBTv nH FOR v O2 milium win i NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Remaining unclaimed in the Post Olfice at Richmond Ky week ending Sept 3 Baa Antonia Prata James Mrs Nannie Lester Matha Ballew John Morgan Frank Bennett Lula V Morris Sarah Burke Mary Burnell Maggie 2 Rice Sarah Reed Geo Burthey Mary FOB KENT Rena Teresa Clark Emma Calhoan Sherman Smily Robt Shells Clay One hundred and forty acres of Wheat Cayle S A Danosell FrancescoSneed Sidnve Land Apply to me on premises Mrs S Thompson Evans Helen F2 Mas LIVIA GREGORY MATRIMONIAL Flourd Viney 1213 Thomas Sam Harris Calla Poetry Masie aad Pants Mr W F Watkins of Richmond and Tilev Tom D Harding S F White Milton Miss L Alva Swope of Falmouth were We may live without poetry music and Hacker Sally A Webb Henry Huguely Hattie married at the home of the bride The art Henson Dr J W Wilson Mrs M A groom is a well known man while the We may live without conscience Walker Mattie lohnson Philip P bride is the youngest and only remaining We may live without heart Wood Miss M L single daughter of the late Hon Sam F We may live without kin Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m Swope Pari Kaiturkuin Ciluen Money order and registered letter hours Cousins uncles and aunts Mr Watkins is the telegraph operator But a citilized man cannot live without prompt 7 a m to 6 p in J B WILLIS pm and though residing here a short time pants has made many friends who are glad to If you want a fine stylish pair to wear hear of his good fortune The bride was to the Fair go to Vories Schoolfteld ed titrated at Midway anil is related to the Co 12 13 family of the late Col A M Swope Hypnotism or mesmerism is a subjec I have at my place about two miles At the residence of C O Atkinson in Mo on Sunday Aug 17 1890 of special interest to everybody at present from Richmond on the Irvine pike a Fulton Mrs Susan A Jameson daughter of Ma- and everyone would be pleased to have Black Sow and Red Shoat jor Tyre and Sallie Garland Harris died ocular demonstration of some of the wonThe owner can have same by paying aged 77 years Of the seven children who derful phenomena pro luced by this weird damages done me and cost of this adverart or science Opportunities however tisement emigrated from Madison county Ky ISABELLA LCCAS with her parents Susan was the youngest are few but those curious to learn the it Six others were born in Missouri mak modus operandi may do so from reading 13 brothre and sisters who lived to ma- Â¬ the description of A Hypnotic Seance turity and were heads of families On illustrated with pictures taken from life Feb 23 1837 Susan Harris was married published in Demorests Family Magazine to Hon John Jameson then Speaker of for September It is by thus giving specOF Her fa- Â¬ ial attention to timely topics keeping in the House of Representatives ther Maj Harris was a member of the touch with the sentiments and new ideas She was the mother of of the dav that this ideal Magazine has State Senate Mrs Judge Richard Reid of Mt Sterling achieved its well deserved popularity Another timely paper is On a Million- Â¬ Ky who was prerent Mrs C 0 Atkin- Â¬ As executors of G W Ballew deceas Â¬ For 4o yea 8 aires Steam Yacht the text and the fine son and John II Jameson illastrations giving a vivid idea of Jay ed we will on she was an invalid and 34 years a widow Her husband was a lawyer legislator and Goulds Atalanta the floating palace in Wednesday October 1st 1890 which he and his guests enjoy life on the Congressman ocean wave sell publicly to the highest bidder on the DIED Girl Bachelors Br Husband Hunters premises five miles southeast of Rich- Â¬ Jackson Coxs wife was buried at the and the children will be delighted with mond the farm of Terry Perkins burying ground on Tates the kindergarten amusements and the How all this story of A Dutch Doll creek Tuesday is done for 20 cents a number f 2 a year Ten months old twin of Hamilton MelPublished by W Jennings near Richmond and Big Hill pike Good lon and wife College Hill dead on Sat is a problem residence well watered and well fenced urday August 23rd 1890 of whooping Dcmorest 15 East 14th St New York Two iood orchards and good M it cough and measles If you are suffering with weak or inTerms liberal and made known on day John Shuter died at Paint Lick last Richmond flamed eyes or granulated eyelids you of sale Sale at to oclock a m week and was buried in the G W BALLEW cemetery His age was probably 05 cn be quickly cured by using Dr J H B F DEATH ER AGE Strengthening Eye Slave 25 years He resided in Richmond for a McLeans Executors cents a box 113 ii ir of years and was a saddler number to the house formerly occupied by Sanders cigar store sec- Â¬ He ond door from Herndons corner invites his old patrons and the public gen- Â¬ Customers promptly erally to call Everything clean and first waited upon 2 class and the best of work done 1t shop down street Littles Barker Shop Reamed George T Little has removed his bar LIST OF LETTERS leave the State Will Thorough preparation for Harvard e Princeton Central Cniversitv an J opening of the school September Sth For information as to terms c CoisLc ue icut ivi h iu ad- - sell LUMBER retail at wholesale prices 10 13 HESRY Reference ault Sainl Stone GRESS B A Richmond Kv Wm Bennett T D ChenS U ii SPECIAL PREMIUM BIG FOUR Da Weaaesaay September 17 IMrV the second dav ot the Mad son Com pc Fair the Association will offer premium of HARVEST EXCURSIONS TO THE TEW DOLLARS For the winning horse in the following novel ring The distance is one mile the first quarter to be made in a walk the second in a trot and the remaining half in a run This is something new at Fairs and is one of the most exciting rings ever I SHELBY IRVINE witnessed President 11 13 Geo P McCasx EST RAY WEST IND NORTHWEST Price Â¬ Â¬ Clevolanl Cincinnati Chicago and St Louis Eailway WILL SELL IScCAI China Class Ss PRICE Importers of moTTisra PUBLIC SALE EXCURSION TICKETS To all prominent points in the West and Northwest AT trip Eauselieepiiis Ware nd Mill Sts - CMas LEXINGTON Â¬ KENTUCKY XiJlSTTD HALF EATES Tuesday September 9th Tuesday September 23d Tuesday October 14th Dinner Sets Tea Seta Chamber Sets Tin Sets Lamps and Hall Lights Piano Lamp Glassware Plated Ware Coal Vaaea Piae Wares fram Fore sa Art Faetariea Dratie Â¬ 174 ACRES The largest finest ami most varied stock Â¬ Â¬ All tickets good returning thirty days 0TJS TTSOLXSALZ DSPASTatWrr from date of sale is filled with cheaper wares and we offer We a greater variety than ever before This is a glorious opportunity for lome bur alwas the best Our 5 cent Lamp to visit the territory named and Chimney is good Seekers Our Luster Band we would invite correspondence on the Wares last longer our commonest knives For full information call on or in act everything is selected from factories subject address who are known for never slighting work D B MARTIN Price TOrders promptly filled General Passenger Agent gladly given S St L C CC ia t7 1 j -A DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND Mr ion necklace in Onyx Shine a window and the stones which glittered on the tabic before him looked even larger Tve brought the money he said Keane Meets with a Very drawing a bundlo of notes from his Obliging Gontiemaa Mr Gledstano lay back in his Basnet I must have you chair and laughed R GUEKS- - as a partner bo said I really must WELL KEANE Punctuality is the soul of business but is a rery sharp ready money ts the body of it and yon person indeed keep body and soul together with a ven and when his geance lntimati friends Mr Keane had a alight mlrgi ving lest drop the Keane be should have offended the oheery dia and speak of mond merchant by his baste so be him as Greeny an invitation asked him to dinner they mean no which was readily accepted disresjvect for I sec you know Lady Berrinirton b 1 s abilitios he said as ho took his leave looking They under at a photograph which hung on tho Â¬ THE 10000 WORTH NEWEST VASIV I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE HATS OLIVER PLOWS i Ri CM OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER on strictly 1 ucus said She is a connection of mine a non lueenao the other following the direction of his v and Mr Keane does not eyos prin - the advan Confound you GreenyT said Dick tages i pains from his I Netherthong when he got back to tho appearance He did very well over the ar nnd better still over ntion a minor race r which his particular rthoajr owned the lli i wiiiw r nff with Mr ij aftT that race watching ed down by the I puJdock when bod b hlnd hinv rntv of sneezes psom downs last Derby very loud one and day i such a fid- that tur U ven with a race in an who was putting owner and at clothes or C ffckll m A O HPB ad to stop cal- ind Jump on one culat Mr Keane swore aid to avoid a kick iletnun who bad sneered and was o is nose vo- Â¬ 2F stand the title wal A LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion The Latest Styles in Goods and Make fajM GREAT REDUCTION IN SPRING GOODS BRiLS Ladies Dongoia Shoes 1 BRILLS SHOES This new and exceljent a ud doushoc 300 Vjfljgj a Brills 225 Brills Ri Gents Bays eel 175 lBPff iWDon9sh t guaranteed 30 more and more popular day by day Everybody likes it that tries it For men and women Jivery pair an 3 50 shoc J- It grows 250 shoe is equal Calf Shoes F - - MJ- - - -- - 1 round ith a polite and cheery apology having c do very definite idea d and walked of wl IVE BROUGHT TITK MOXEY HE SATO club weve been waiting for you for ft rubber Where did yon sneak off to I Ive been round to ask a man to din Â¬ irs dropped his purse said ner and a rubber on Thursday a dia- Â¬ I mond merchant who reads poetry Her said Keanei dont suppose be plays much of ft game then like a good natund fellow as he of whist but one can always teach really is hi run after the stranger and man some card game with a Her sir you iet this fall when One can Indeed but why the deuce you took oct your handkerchief thrust did not you write to him the fut leather pocket book into bis lie lives close by at 150 Halfmoon hand street and I wanted to see him said id the man I am Mr Greenwell Keane nd he openel tho One hundred and fifty Not young ri ambling in it Barrlngton back again He told me he said bad let his rooms for the season welcome He had gono r To a relation the man I went to pot hat and see down in a c Not to a relation at all To a dashed i a cross between a groom did not li rascal he picked up at Monte Carlo and reward d alotto at piquet a dead sharp I toJ Mm ho was an ass to do I fancy y away so and he said be could not help it tair lowed r for my mean not beinp an letting tb a Be could help that well enough He was one of the cleverest boys at minutes Harrow ti i for years though ing a drink to- - he nrvor worked when Mr The man I wvnt to see was the man Icr purse I picked up in tho paddock t that the at Epsom Ue sold mo these and Mr Keane pulled the case of jewels with he said some difficulty cit of his coat tail did mo a very great service pocket ti and I insist on your having Did you ever hear of ring dropping a drink with me I will take no re-Â¬ Greeny said a man standing by fuse r tbe threo broads said another were not going to refuse mur Shut up said Keane Ill take rthi in his dry way them to Streeters to morrow and get cork popped and a b ait them valued- - Look how they sparkle w sailed for by the Ill bet theyre as good as they make of ohampagn tra- re was more in that pocket book So In Paris asked Netherthong said presently to this was dial you were dolny on tho than I I wu s wrong to tiM Keaaei sly MaUi rreeny Well I wish you I should Joy of it Tno return In spite of their chaff Mr Keane drunk your he slcp of tho just that night and I more soundly than he did on tbe fol- bos iughing nlbt after an interview with kI day I re had a tb manager of Streeters and another far with a dark man with a smile at Scot- on to a good l ard n every But he did not sleop more soundly ending than Lis vi who hi- - never board any diamonds for thin about it or than tbe clean Â¬ at 1m ny shaven man who traveled In a flrst-cia-usiness and I may be able to carriage to Liverpool tho man lb - Is my card with my whose bright gray eyos and pleasant iresb -- 150 Halfmoon street My manners arc making hin as popular on I if youll tbo 1 a agon i a with the lady passengers in when you en m w York as his skill at you Bee poker rendirs him the terror and deÂ¬ your ela and a thousand light of the smoking saloon St tor atone James Gaxi tt ie same ARBITRATION ORDERED y welers I The New orU Mnu B rd Vp the ba all nit In and ir the rough chiefly Nrw York Central Strike and mounted as Tb Thnreiay -tut Lloard of you want order isineaa I n upon Third Hid Mr Keane always on of the Central U said Mr tiled staiii that was the name on tho card Dear Sir At a meeting of iu Mite Bo ird of Mo- D and Arbitration held at tbo tiic foUowiag resolu- Tbftt in Is board 11 inquire into the cause or osatron growing be- of out diflerence Kew York Central Hud Â¬ son iiiver road and certain of its Ujployes who on and since the bth lnst have gone on strike and that such inquiry be eoansaacea in the city of New York on Tuesday next at ten oclock at such place as may be hereafter desig Â¬ nated It is reqoestei that the parties T y be prepared with their to enablo the board to d promptly with the investigation at the time named Witnesses for whoso attendance proeos may lie required will HE WA WASDII WITH MB KEVEB- be summoned by sabpaeaa on presentaNO tion of their names and residence to It is ft goodisb business though tbe the undersrn d Ilespectfully yours make hi profits You look at Charles 1 Madden secretary ft necklace with five pendants in Onyx at Shines window now its marked Down to Hard Pan three thousand guineas I bought It for Mrs Statesman Are yon going out fourteen hundred pounds In the winter this evening and sold it to them last week for two C Mr Statesman Yes I have promised thousand to attend the St Patrick Club reception said Mr Greenwell Keane and deliver an oration on Tho Irish in y y dont say so4 America What Would the Country Do dar sir if yon will look in on Without Them Is there any thing Sunday I will show you the fac slmile you want down town my dear of Yes I wish you Mrs Statesman What price would It be Mr Keane would stop at the employment office and was very fond of his wife besides being ask them lo send me a good American a ool hesded young man with an eye English French German Swedish Dan Â¬ to bui ish Norwegian Polish Russian Italian usiness eye being upon the man or colored girl for general housework tie was talking to be noticed a slight Puck chunge of expression and a downward look in his eyes as if he did not alto Edith Jack says he is not the proper gether relish being taken so quickly at sort of a man to marry sister Nell bis word Tbe polite smile however Jack Ediths lover No hes a perÂ¬ ed as Mr Gledstano answered fect dead beat Yon do business promptly just tbe rapa What do you mean by that thing for our trade I did sot mean to Jack Well be came to college with Â¬ part with those stones so soon as they out a cent and has literally sponged his are going np but sixteen hundred way through aeaafts will give me interest on what 1 Smart enough to do It for four pent and you will get them under eh their fair cost price liut dont be in lack Yes tbe scoundrel too much of a hurry come and see Pupa Well hecan have herthen We and bring your wife Your card them want one smart man in the family Thank you I will fix a day Mun9eys Weekly ir close handed sharps Btage Robber Ciptursd that refected Mr Greene as the train Rath Chief Post office Inspector bore him to Victoria Ierhaps Id bet ter not say any thing to old Nether bone received a dispatch from Inspector Â¬ on Thursday morning announcthong or he will bo getting the poor beggar round to baccarat before I have ing tbe capture at an early hour Thurs- Â¬ I wonder if he does day morninsr of the famous stage rob- tbo diamonds itly robbed baccar Three or four evenings ago Mr Keane i coach near Rollins Wvominp Ho found a note at bis club and strolled wns captured in the Ulue Mountains of u Lniud States deputy lnar round to Halfmoon street He was he reward of 81000 of ahown into a set of chambers furnished la excellent taste his new friend rising Icred by tbo Post office Department to welcome bim from a deep arm chair Fremont at Best In whicL he appeared to have been sip Â¬ Tbe remains of Major General John ping coffee sad smoking over ft volume C Fremont were laid at rest Wednesday A lir wrings pcx try it was a hand ng at Trinity cemetery Distin- tKxk with a ddiers citizens of prctslnenco One of my old school prises outside do yon read and men who had been life long friends said Mr Gledstane of ttie deceased were among thoso who Where were you attended the funeral services in St IgÂ¬ JnoL natius Cb th The body was dressed Mbe asked On the right lapel arrow said th other with rev- - in black broadcloth of the coat was pinned the badge of glance at the neers and on the ere ware a good many books in the the ri t tjoks were not in Mr Kcanes left Verein or- kNJ ried to lead up conversation diamonds and at bast came straight pid Dp ad load after Y on kfcp a man to bis bargain said xborougn Mr t iledataae hare they are Ck a tbe eorapn- --is lle turned UKAOQTJAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COtmTHT WILt OBTAlxl MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF m JpJJI Xn x B W -- A IdOV7EIjXj COME TO OUR IFOH S AIji3E3 r LADIES SNING OF SHACKELFORD GENTRY -- DEALEKS IN ALL KINDS OF- - Harflware Tinware WooflenwarB AND WAGON House Fmiisii Goods BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1S90 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40 partes tR av s iCtfalviUagiafaB RADAMS Microbe Killer AT 1 Buols Shoes I DEALERS IN - i m raiG06 WLK1 r tXFx PfStA iSK SlT Ivf - u r- - fKXVa n IT IS m NECESSARY Caps In PIER 100 Main St Hats HAuAFS Richmond Ky These Days for THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY Including main lines branches and extensions East and Wost of the Missouri River To all points Bast North and Northwest from Kcnaaa City to Rock Island Davenport Dos Moines Chicago and via ALHfcKT LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthlnsrton iloxix Palls Wcter town Minneapolis St Paul and mtervenine1 towns nud cities it is the Ehort direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points converuinff at Kansas City it also constitutes It traverses vnst of the richest farming prd grazing landB In tbe forming tho speediest most popular and economical system of tiauspoi tation to and from all citios tovctic is in Kansas Col orado and tho Inrtiar Territory FUEE Reclining c lir Oars batween Dodge City and Pullinan Kansas Ciiv and Caldwell nutcMnon paiace Sleeping Cars to and from ichit and Huucliinaon and WSACMtFICEWT VEST3ULE EXPRESS TRAINS Leading all competitors In Bpendor of equipment cool in summer warmed by steam from the locomotive ir vlnter well vontaletod and free from dust leave Kansas City and St Joseph dailv on arrival of trams frori tiie Bast md nnd Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullman Psiace FREE RceLning Chai- Cars RUNNING TIIROUGII WITHOUT CHAHOE o Denver Colorado Springs end Pueblo n kin t etops iilv at Important In Â¬ tervening nations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dirng Eotclsatcon venient stations west of Kansj City and ku Joseph turnifili delicious meala at seasonable hours and at moderate pric THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE To Manitou Pikes Peak tho Cnrdon of th Cods Cascade Gren Mountain Idaho Sprimr tbe mountain parks mining crnps and citios sanitary ttractiona of Colorado rchortt hunting andsflahing grounds and wiTl every li Vestibule Eiprf modern Improvement Trrins ar oquipped pnd luxuiious enjoyment tb it con add to eafly convenienco comfort also make clos- connections at terrainal citios in Colorado lin Union D pots vyiiii tho Dm Mid Kia Grmde Colorado Midland Union Pacific or Txi ortb nnd nil ot- r d verging lim s IderM conus orthc Wo3teru Trail TimoT rorTu Oseuod inoiitUlyi or fuither dasired iuformatiun address E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN Osil Tickrt Fi s Ajjcc Ceir Iiaar CHICAGO 1 11 world -- Also a full line of the purest and freshest sinniEMais FOR TIIE MERCHANTS High Art Novelties IN igs THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FSOM THE MISSOURI RIVER Ilia t Can le Hart TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES PERFUMERY BRUSHES SOAPS m Summer Season It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our SUMMER We entered the market to big STOCK nalizc 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 shelve We can show you the largest selection of TO LIE Awake Nights to Devise Means to Attract Trade The arii Managers of the c FALL DRESS GOODS WHICH IS NOW TAKING PLACE Patent Medicines PAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD kc RACKET STORE Have Decided to Ladies1 STATIONERY School I3olcs to in an styles prices and grades eer brought to this market cheaper than were ever known We recommend them to the trade Our line of Shoes Ladies S3 Shoes in all Styles Made especially Corn by Ziegler Buns 2 Tin itf competent compound prescriptions A IHAlfAClST Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a and S250 LADIES SHOE -- POWERS UGil E Smith ppiltltilnh JUST RECEIVED Svccbssom to 3- 0 We have added to this line which for style aid durability lias no equal We have the largest stock of QUIT LYING Awake Studying How to - Mens Boys Shoes THROUGH CAR LINE MACKINAC Commencing July there will be es tablislied a through line of first clau Ve tibuled Pullman and Wagner Sleeping Cars daily between Cincinnati Dayton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and all princpal resorts of the Upper Peninsula DRR of Michigan via the C II and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleepers will be attached to trains leaving Cincinnati at tooo p m daily except Saturday returning leave Mackinaw at 9 a m daily except Suuday The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets via this route composed of such favorable and well known lines as the Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton R R and Michigan Central Ry must be apparent to all 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 At e ican continent For pamphlets pertaining to Mackinac Island and other summer resorts reached via this line write to any agent of the C H Si D R R or to E O McCormick General Passengc r and Ticket Agent No 200 West Fourth Street Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it Â¬ GO AND SEE -- THE Jome to our Dress Goods Open Ever brought to this city prices ranging from 2 to 7 This is the best line von can get anywhere Give us a call before buying elsewhere and be convinced We also make special mention of our MENS j SHOES Childrens and Infants Shoes in great abundance and your interests will be BY PUTTING THE KNIFE guarded n buying them from us Our stock of LOWSHOES and SLIPPERS INTO is the prettiest you ever saw If you are not ready to buy call and examine and be satisfied this is the place An immense 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 So that every article sold would ATTRACT TRADE THE V PROFITS be an advertisement for their house Â¬ ing we like to show our Novelties Our Eat Stock is Complsic af if 5 aXd 10 GT COUNTER AT HJ BROTHER TO TUBA We offer the services of STRENG RECORD Consisting of Stetsons soft Summer styles Knox stiff Hats recently received they are dandies See what style columns of New York papers say about them In addition to the above named goods which we havent space to mention only briefly you can get Laundred Unlaundred and Woolen Shirts Collars Cuffs Socks Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear in profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention We now bid you come and see our attractive goods Attractive prices that tell their own tale of cheapness Attractive bargains bound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF TINWARE STATIONERY NOTIONS ETC 1YAZOOt 227S RECORD J J BROOKS- - 1 H CHENAULT BROOKS IN CHENAULT Â¬ 224 1 2 WHILE FOAL Madison T- Rea Estate Brokers Richmond Kentucky Large lists of City and Country Properly Property sold and bought ou and prompt attention Riven WT Office in John Bennetts hiw office Branch office at Stockton Brooks Drug 8lore 39- Commission Corre-pomU-nce The Square Dealing House A few pieces of 10 cent Challies left at tH ceuts a yard First door above Farmers Bank YAZ00 Connty Kentucky at for the season of 1890 at Silver Creek WALLACE Â¬ BOGGS Ricx Sccessors 44 la P M POPES IAN SELL FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COL- to Wallace solicited M Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled Mares kept and tried rculnly on grass at ten cents a day grain fed if desired at reasonable rate- Will take eery cue to prevent accidents or escapes bat will not be responsible for either S 20Si aad 26 mere 230 pcrf oraicrs Yazoo is by Harold sire of dam of Yuba record 224 while in foal i t flam YolandO nd Yazoo 227 by Bclm02t sire of Nutwood and thirty two more in 230 list dam of Voltaire record 22o 2iddam YOUnj Portia and sire of liessimere Hymen 228 trial Portion record 235 and sire of Minnesota Record 2irj 213 J HILL Manr Q ueenswarE Cheajier Than Any One J Â¬ Â¬ WW HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF- stands at 5300 laad INSURANCE BURNAM Tho Oldest FLOUR A SPECIALTY PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor Limestone Street Cpp 0 Ss HUME CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES We Handle the Finest Flour in Town - GROCERIES Freh and cheap that money will buy We Keep Constantly On Hand a Fresh Sup- Â¬ Childe Harold two mile record in 504 in Kngland Cousuela trial 23o4 dam of on naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Voltigeur trial 230 by HasaljriaO Chid sire of Lady Thorn 2iS 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer 4h dam by Whip a thoroughbred The above pedigree shows YaZSO to be superbly bred Harold Ielmont Manibri no Chief his sire grand sire and great gnad sire are each illustrious sires Yolande Youni Portia his and grand dam are illustrious matrons with a pacing thoiongii bred fjundation w here can you beat it fillkHik now open Address us at Silver Creek Madison county Kv and Strongest American Companies 0 Dopot NORTH AMERICA LEXINCTON KY SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA un Wew Building and Furniture V ILL LlGHTI AND VENTILATED coming and going every week j 43- - T S BURNAM CO Centi tvllv GOOD BAR SMALL MARGINS wih large sales with careful attention to busines will tell and thib is our plan Located ATTACHED kawaavaawi NIAGARA GERM AN IA ply of Can- Â¬ ooat-of-ar- dies Kentucky JVIutuai Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY RATES 52 and 49- - S250 per Day ROCK BOTTOM RATES 8T Dont forsret our office Fanacn National limk BURNAM is MERCIIAf My on t lie m want a v ylslesti vehicle are all new an i of the r8-- j- If yon jj Call and See Us We want your FARM PRODUCE Try Them at the you wout BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY JOHN N r We want your trade coat-of-ar- Give us a trial O- - JH cfc JS HAGAN BRYANT W5iXsUOUISVILlE STRATTON Business College KY The Madison County Bible Socitv has N-B Tabaeeo Bams Country 8tores at the drug store of Stockton Brooks in nnd Million property qweinltlea Richmond a large number of Bibit s and Testaments They offer them at extremely 2BAH JAS E CANTRILL President low prices to those who are able to buy W Z THOMSON Secretary and propose to give them Dk 8- F GANO Med Director Dk C W HARDIN Geu Agt av to ail who are not able to buy Ministers throughfor Calls attention to is Level Premium Plan of Insurance and liberal term of out the county are requested Policy Prompt and Reliable Paid up iMuranae given at the end of expec- Â¬ the poor of their respective to mc that vicinities are tancy of life thus providing disability clause in old age Polieia Incontestable applied I have a lot of No i Southdown except for fraud omon pajmeut of premium No restriction as to residence W LCRUTCHERP Bucks for sak rave or occupation Policies uon forfeilabe after three auuual pavmeuls 47- Mau 49 S nk JOHN F v S-3Â¬ Organized 1874 Assets 5675040 HUME Frskii 106 Md Ssrser SIup South Downs Sals EAST MAIN BTRBKT We have opened a rlrvr cia ahop have n Udiea an grantee flrw claw work New elegant furniture clean thnurbouV and sharp razors 43- -