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St- - LY a fewf f y W jES iimiiii ii iiiT Wnniinr mnn TWfrin T rr v n y m fctMfPPPPMBIWt ryv I vjjvj B fl m 9 miMW IP wm I l I Ul 1 -- - J -- j1 M lllOBftVlOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY 55 NUMBER 18 J lw it VOLUME ATTORNEYS in T LA IK OCTOBER 16 1889 A n F K T BURNAM A TTORNEIS- - A Ri hmond Kentucky First rfv No 1IX Bwwms BnikUag j A SULLIVAN TTORNEr A T LA IV KENTUCKY RHMSD CH ron nrM Street stne as formerly oe 16- cr eJ I J County Jb6 MUter s It WELL 4 TTORNRT n Seenml Street A T LA IV KbNTUCKY R IMiND DENTAL SURGERY pll A WILKES SMITH r t- - VESTAL SURGEON Kentucky hosd r Smith BrtW4H2MB4 Street Offlee j to 2W M lW US 4J 1 M 8- i j iiioe limited t dwitlctry- - J l MORGAN D D S RICHMOND KENTUCKY - J A Only experienced workmen employed Y CltEEDXDS r If you want a Saddle j ou have AS KENTUCK2 a hundred to select from ranging in price from 4 upwards If you it Kinnell rooMonoo Everything want a set of Harness you have a laming tMtreteKteni 150 sets to select from ranging in PHYSICIANS- price from S up All prices of Plow Gear from J M POYSTZ the cheapest to the best Somej SICIAN ANDSURGEON thing entirely new in Curry Combs ItTRTTlWW fl The handsomest lot of lap Cloths vr ever brought to Richmond 41 Second S4tf Mat to Whiles Drug 1 47Â¬ Main Street ever Madlsefl 2faUeiHil and faculty of Central University would - PROSPECTS OF CENTRAL UNIVERSITY be the students whom ttiey educated No JJC Second Street next to The speaker referred with pride to the Garnett House has n complote 1 1 record of the pupils of NOTABLE event hi the caretr of sity at the University Central Univer Â¬ SIOCK OI of He J Central University was the open- - aid that out of only five Virginia who students Saddles 1 iug of the new building for the succeeded In taking the two years law Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Preparatory Department The day was Boots Curry Combs Scrapers a bright and joyous one and every seat Too Weights Soap Oils and tvas filled with the pupils and their overythinr else needed by persons friends Chancellor Blnnton said that In the who handle horses organization of the Fiver9ity a prom- Â¬ Saddles Manufactured to Order ise was made to have and maintain a and none but the best material suitable aud t parae department used Gentlemens ladies and wherein the youth of the land could boys Saddles kept in stock be trained for entering college He Harness of every description was gratified to be able even at this Trace Chains Hamcs Backhands late day to present ruch an institution Bellybands Collars Collar Pads He had invited several able gentlemen Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind to deliver short addresses to the pupils Bridles Whips and other things and was pleas ed to observe their presence used on the farm Formal Opening of the Building for the Prepar- Â¬ The old ami reliable Saddle and atory Department Harness House or HARKSSS AND6EAE W PIGKI3LS- SADDLES FOB THE a PREPS and to a great extent Westmhister Abbey and of many oilier famous building they were greater monuments to his memorv New than any that could be raised ument The Governor said the monument to the memory of the President Â¬ Cathedral nn important acquisition through the efforts of Prof Barbour D D The solar compas3 for the better training of engineers has been rereceived ceived Â¬ Â¬ hence look around you for his mon Â¬ irarness Bridles i It was purchased with a fund contributed by numerous generous per- Â¬ sons It Is from the factory of W durley Troy N Y and is a perfect piece of mechanism BeMdts all the equipments of a transit or the- Â¬ odolite it has an Ingenious attachment for finding the north star without the aid of the magnetic needle Should the engineer come in contact with iron deposits or other agency that LE DISMAL SWAMP Containing Over 00000 A TVUderneiS Acres to Be Reclaimed Down in Eastern North Carolina situated between the countlesof Wash Â¬ ington Tyrrel and Beaufort lies a vast tract of land containing over 60000 acres known as tho DismaL it runs along somewhat paralled to tho Albemarle sound at a distance of from three to five miles from the sandy shores of that beautiful inland sea Tho strip of high land in botween forms some of the finest grain and truckery lands in tho South while tho almost impenetrable junglos of tho bordering Dismal afford shelter and protection to various wild animals notably tho common black bear and THE BRIGAND PRIEST A Loyal and Patriotic BnitdhUt League for Purposes of Robbery deer Numborlcss wild cattle browso upon its oxtonsivo reed pastures tho fox finds in its solitary thickets congenial carnflng ground while tho raccoon and opossum from ita denso shades mako nightly forays upon tho srdc ing corn fields In oarly days tho cry of the panther broko tho stillness of its depths and even now the hugo wildcat is often encountered by hunt- Â¬ ers During tho rainy season it is mostly covered with water from a fow inches to several feet in depth though it contains many high spots acres in extent that aro never Tho timber is mostly submerged juniper with considerable cypress Bomo long leaf pine and scattering poplar and gum For largo areas tho growth of juniper is so thick and tall that tho sun never strikes tho ground In such places we aro reminded of twilight at high noon It i3 only drained by sluggish creeks that cir cuitouBly find their way to tho sound Strange as it may seem the waters of these juniper swamps are considered a panacea for the ills of tho locality and their medicinal qualities-- aro so well established that it is sent away by tho barrel for such use Natives who had been shaken up by the ague until thoy wero as white as a piece of cotton-cloth would plunge into tho shlnglo swamps remaining for weeks drink-Â¬ ing only this water and return to tho hill hearty and robust with tho roses of health blooming on their cheeks It is about tho color of scuppcrnong wlno and smacks a little of the juniper in taste It is very palatable and when taken from tho quiet depths of its natural reservoir on a hot day makes a most delightful drink Enterprise and capital aro about to change this vast wilderness into a hundred farms A railroad has been run from the sound across its entire width connecting with towns on tho opposite side and with the Norfolk Southern railroad at Edenton An im- Â¬ mense mill has been built that saws up fivo hundred of tho largest pine logs dally The lumber after being thor- Â¬ oughly kiln dried is loaded upon cars and shipped to Baltimore Philadelphia and other markets Tho juniper is turned into shingles and coopers tim- Â¬ ber Quito a town is springing up around the mill and hundreds of native men aro finding ready employment at good wages Tho snort and whistle of the steam engine now startles the bear prowling through the undergrowth and deer aro frequently seen flying down the long stretches of railroad track Soon their haunts will know them no more All will be changed The timber onco taken off canals will bo dug completely draining tho land and thousands of acres will bo turned into fertile farms and smiling gardens Pittsburgh Dispatch Sunset Cox and the Bear When Mrs Cox and I wero at an inn in Yellowstone Park thoy told us of a bigr hoar that came down every even Â¬ ing just before sunset to eat tho swill that was thrown out to tho hogs Tho hog pen was about a mile back of tho house in tho woods and this bear would como down every day to eat swill and would go away content without eating any of the little pigs As he did not leavo much food for thom perhaps thoy never got fat enough for his taste While wo wero at dinner they told us that the girl who was waiting on table had met tho bear in tho path near tho pen She was carrying a basket of clothes from tho wash and had the clothes on her head She said sho was not afraid but I suppose sho was a modest girl for sho dropped her clothes and ran Mrs Cox and I had a suspicion that they wero fooling us but if there was a bear wo wanted to see it So my wife and I went out by tho hog pen to see the bear Sure enough wo met him in the woods a great big fellow He gavo a side glance at us and shuffled off as if he were about to run away We wero about twenty yards away from him and quickened our pace to advance on him He suddenly changed his mind about running and wo changed our minds also He turned toward us and growled I remarked to Mrs Cox that as she was getting fat and could not walk as fast as formerly it would ho just as well if shed turn back toward thff hotel Then I modestly followed She walked much faster than I thought she could Interview in N Y World Â¬ Â¬ A FORMEK TKACIIEK Â¬ Â¬ i 8- EVANS MD Pin SfCANAND SURGEON Kentucky mo d R W -- GORMLEY SIDBLES ifiB Second Street Tt TJTAYLOR - Practitiener in Medisine and Surgery UK Â¬ Smith fin ton the program aroe and hi hN peculiarly entertaining style gained at once the attention of every boy iu the house Referring to the basement of the main building where the Preparatory has heretofore been taught he remarked that he was glad to fee the boys come up out of the cellar and occupy a place from which they could ee further around them and learn more That every step upward from the Prepara tory to the Senior class meant more knowledge That knowledge was power ami power meant the means of propelling us through the world Mr Smith thought the boys of Ceufal Tjniverfrity remarkably fortunate iu the possession of beautiful and commo dious grounds spacious and comforta15 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hon W Photo by SchlegeL rREFAKATOKY BUILDING Eng by CorneKson RrviNC Kentucky c I H -- Scond Streetever Dykes Groeery JOUXM FOSTER PlifSICIAN ANJOSORGEN IMOND W 0 GORMLEY CO continue in their elegant house cor- Â¬ ner of Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied by J P llerndon as a drug store KBTUOKY 2 aaflles Mslii Srt Mil4nrt6 Iaxons r NHieee Ht eur Main aftd Tales MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best workÂ¬ ill course iu one year two of them were from Kentucky and those two were from Central University Messrs R Â¬ Tate Irvine and San ford Logan There ble buildings numerous and proficient were twelve Kenluckians at the Uui teachers Among the many striking vorsity of Virginia that year remarks that he made was his Give THE GYMNASIUM me good teachers for the boys and I have no fears for the future of our The speakers all commented upon country He particularly cautioned the advantages to be derived by the the boys against growing up with the pupils from the gymnasium that occu- idea usually implanted by parents that pies the second story of the building tliev were to be great men Rather and agreed in saying that-the-bral- n would disturb the needle he can run as accurately by the solar attachment This requires a knowledgeof more advanced mathematics A case of new instruments lias also been added for topographical work No school in Kentucky is so well equipped in the Department of Mathematics and no more profound mathematician is to be found in any of the schools than Dr Barbour BUILT UPON A BOOK m YV1M1UC The extent or the endowment fund he number aud importance ut the buildings and the number of stud uts place Ceutral University on a firm foundation ATLAS AND ItEltCOIKS Hame Strings and everything else belonging to a complete Sad- Â¬ dlery and Harness Shop A specialty of JR S At LETOHBR P1I ISICIA NAND S URGEON Light Road Track Harness - Kentucky Gormley made the harness with iImnd which Su6ie S won her great Bufur --SmiU ItalWiBg MIb Street 28-- falo race and also that with which Bell Vara raised herself from 2 IJ W BRIGHT LTX 500 to 5000 PHYSICIAN ANDSURGBON n- - 5IM0ND KeNTCCKY ALL WORK WARRANTED rs his proforrionnl aerviees men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains s Drac Storn one Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles At WiesiTH4 iw earner Olftrs bin pro Surcingles Gold and Silver Bucki ii ser toes Iw ttte Wte l les Harness Oils Harness Soaps y T SEXSMITH M D Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Combs Riding and Driving Bits Tin SICIANAND SURGEON V n te Hall Kentucky Fancy Bridles Trace Chains l PHIL ROBERTS I 1SICIAN AND SURGEON r Kentucky Ii IMOND Vi J- Â¬ WW WTTSIWSWSSr Eng by Courier Journal to the pub-- j - iLJUA MKSWTrL7 nBi V MAIN BUILniNQ BWnaSJW JUNS Rev R L Breck D D is the man who secured Central University to Richmond His efforts were gigantic and when marble shafts shall have perished Central University will be brighter anil stronger and greater than ever Bev L H Blanton D D has proven a phenomenon In relation to the endowment fund Hisellbrts have placed the institution beyond the possibility of failure Â¬ c t Iu Smith BtilldtBf on MhIh Btreet- aIoiteU gtven lmwreptaftj and nral pzaraiiwtteue ef tissues andVflHWs huniMB Ixwly - 1R c c I C S HOLTON Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon M rniMOSD i Kentucky Ss80 tn Hoars rxM20to4ep UrightsSpectnl attention f over D m X women nod nil diffl to diMse riunioHiiBS Patients ireaiert at a ms-t-- c mm Homeopathic memeiiies sent to aJdress ay JRS JENNINGS t GIBSON Kentucky RleeVi S1 S0 Physicians and Surgeons Rxiimosd f jociiore Office -- Main street ever yallaee m Tlnrrtii Mccarty Gas nl Stcan Fitting is the most important department in every college That boys from five to fifteen yeam are iu THOMAS B ATHES their receptive period and impressions Real Estate and General from the cheapest to the finest hand- received are never obliterated It is the formative period and one that Collecting Agency made goods In endless varieties and at can not be too carefully guarded Efeg Special attention paid to the sale Later In life impressions are not so - i cxclxznge of Real Estate and to tlic Prioes Lawer Than lasting and young men are more CDiection of all kinds of accounts 4740 capable of discerning between the true heard of iu this or any other city in the and the untrue and of accepting the IJnion and remember one aud rejecting the other He ald that geniuses were occasionally born We TVUllfNot tio Undersold but as a rule all children were born 4G Wioaiys Block about equal and that the tliflereuce in Cixciknati0 by any 4ulheIam The public gen matureyearn was thore3ult of training erally are invited to inspect goods and and education Better teachers were Can refer to buildings sncceafully prlcei Your obedient Bervaut Mt ercftpl In Rlolimoml Jlaysvllle SierJing Wluohester and 0viiigvllle GEO M WILLGING 6 5 BUT SIMPLY A TJIBMBNDODS STOCK OF Pump RerwkinK a Speclitlty All kin Is of pumps kwpt at Gbb Works Leave orders nt Bonanza I citii nl Slills or W G Whites Drug Btore 50 4r be good men and they would more could not beNhoroughly developed nearly fulfill their missions without the body beiugalso developed Besides a well trained gymnast is A GRADUATE Â¬ Attorney J A Sullivan a graduate not only powerful in muscle but graceof the University came next aud said ful therewith he feared the boys could uot appieci DEPARTED FRIENDS ate their excellent tarroundings He One or the speakers said that if there contrasted the beautiful lawn the was such a thiug as the dead looking gravel walks modern buildings patent back into this world he was sure that 41 40 single teaU furnace heated rooms S P Wallers and Judge McBrayer large windows abundance of teachers were that moment smiling upon that aud grades of like age and advance- Â¬ assembly They had contributed libment to the muddy yards small and erally during their lives and doubtless dingy old house with poor stoves and a hundred boys and young men of all ages from five to thirty crowded into one room with two teachers as he experienced It when before OurGraiid ICjleafance Sale of Wall there was a University a boy speak- Â¬ The Paper wasaperfecl success er vividly recalled the jolts and jost lings he received from desk neigh- Â¬ bors in too close proximity while his seat wasso elevated his feet could not touch the floor and the whole institu- Â¬ Because we hail made up our mind to tion wore the aspect of a lunatic asy- Â¬ sell every roll of the last seasons goods lum rather than a school Ho uoted no mutter at what price they had to the great improvement in textbooks jrr- - Brjrwn Blanks went at 5 cpnts to the finel Emlwssed Golds at 15 cents and in the maimer of teaching He They nil went the last roll of them hoped the boys would take advantage Consequently we have of the Improved opportunities and profit by them Â¬ THE PRESIDENT Rev J V Logan D D LI D Professor from the beginning fifteen years and President more than half of that time continues steadfastly with the school and has been a power in its management He aud Drs Barbour and Willson are all that re- Â¬ main of the original faculty A PIONEER The most disturbed portion of tho province of Chokiang embraces some districts within tho prefecture of Hangchow which border upon Kiangsu and Annul The configuration of the country which is intersected by streams and covered with dense jungle affords a safe retreat for bands of robbers whoso doings have caused much troublo to the authorities Some two months ago ft number of despe-Â¬ radoes headed by a strolling Buddhist priest made their appearance in the Llnan district and having procured a supply of arms engaged In prepara Â¬ tions for an insurrectionary movement Tho military authorities having ob-Â¬ tained secret information of their in- Â¬ tentions moved troops against them and a battle ensued in whioh the priest at the head of his men who were armed with foreign muskets made an obstinate stand against the oppos- Â¬ ing force but xas obliged in tho end to seek safety in flight Ho and a number of his follow Â¬ ers wero subsequently captured and in their possession were found an oath of allegiance to the cause woven on a piece of red silk false seals and other formal ombloms of authority The priests evidence as given at his trial was to the following effect He was thirty ttree years of age a native of Anhui and had neither father nor mother alive Being without family incumbrances he came to Chekiang as a peddler in medicines lost his capital and took to a roving life- - He and twelve other men whom he met in his travels formed themselves into a sworn brotherhood under the style of the Loyal and Patriotic League of which ho was to form the head Each mem Â¬ ber was to invito his friends to join tho cause and an entrance fee of one dollar was levied to provide for the working expenses Their motto was Help the poor and bespoil the rich join heart and hand and play the part of valiant men Being afraid of ap- Â¬ prehension by the authorities who wero keeping a sharp lookout for him ho abandoned society for a time shaved his head and became a priest The abbot of the temple which he joined being ignorant of his antecedents kept him for a few days and then sent him on a begging mission to procure funds Be- Â¬ for tho restoration of the temple fore leaving tho abbot gave him ten dollars to cover his expenses on the way but as soon as he got to the foot of the hill on which the temple was situated ho gave up all thoughts of re-Â¬ turning and proceeded to join his former companions Their number however was too small to organize a successful rising and to give the move-Â¬ ment a more important character he purchased for himself an embroidered theatrical costume and procured false seals banners and other devices by which ho worked upon the imagina-Â¬ tions of the simple rustics In the end he was captured after a severe strag-Â¬ gle by the imperial troops He has been summarily fcwapitated under the regulations promulgated for the pun- Â¬ ishment of local brigands and as a warning to others his head will be ex-Â¬ posed in tho district which was tha sceno of his offenses A number of nis confederates have been similarly dealt with and the officers who effect-Â¬ ed their arrest have been recommended to the throne for the bestowal of CUiBg rowards Peking Gazette --- GO PALM NOT QUEEN VICTORIAS BUT ONE WHERE NEW AND STYLISH r FALL DRESS GOODS Are iiatl to suit the Queens taste But a Qneens pocket book is Mt nSti- - en essaryto buy Hum o 5 THE PALACE -- QUOTES PRICES THAT Cant Be Considered Hirfi IN FACT THEY ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE o j LOWEST POSSIBLE Okiks d Mm k U krj 1m HAS A BIG LINE OF GO THE PALACE BOOTS ASD SHOES SQUEAKING SHOES WILL PAPER Â¬ Dr Wm Willson Professor of Greek Language and Literature has been with the University from the begin- - Vfbat Has Keen Considered an Annoyance Proves to be 31ualc Tlj MSSSmztimffiMt w Tuir loQMMsLeft A FAST FRIEND Hon A Preparatory It Burnam said that the 1ft Eng by Courier Journal WmMmmSmmm IMHtW MIi A HEW GOODS chancellors house Â¬ c- Ever CRAPSEY BROWN Â¬ Decoratdr in Paint and Paper GALT -- - HOffSE KY- - 32 31 LOUlSVilLE fflSUEAICE FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city - Rates25o to 4 Per Day According to rooms Seven Snlendid Companies Turkish and Russian Baths in NoxO Arnj3rica - Philadelphia noleL 32 31 Massachusetts Springfield New York Gennania Connecticut Hartford TJMJ5 PABBISH IT B CBirxiyHAJiQ - New York Niagara - Cincinnati Amazon - Philadelphia Pennsylvania ROGIC BOTTOM RATES We have erectitl a new and comnio- - Office at Farmars National Bank us Livery ami Sale Stablp corner of 3d and Irvine Mreels Richmond Ry Call and see us before placing aud uhk the pubito to give us a trial your insurance HORSES EITCHEDl OR FED HUME BURNAM AT REASON AS JiBrATES Saddle t N B Milling property and uoree nurses auu tWggle ulreujat low i country stores a specialty ie 15 PABEISM fcCOXXINGHAH 52 31 ---- in the spirit worfd still wished well to ning and is a part and parcel of it the enterprise always commanding the respect of the students and the admiration of the j THE NEW HOUSE j patrons The building is a modern styled OTHER PROFESSORS brick structure with fancy tin roof ln all there are thirteen teachers large gymnasium dressing and bath rooms study and recitation rooms not including the Chancellor Besides those already named are J T Akers and basement with furrace Ph D Ford Professor of English The Preparatory is presided over by Language and Â¬ R L Ptilliam M A Adjunct Profes nedy B S Literature O A KenProfessor of Chemistry sor of Ancieut Languages John I and Geology RHG The handwriting of Horace Greeley FroHon MA Clelaud BA Adjunct1 Professor of Profeesorof Latin Language and Lit Â¬ was plain compared with that of Mr Matliemntlca aiid i Englislj W R erature q G Crooks B A Professor B1083 of the Cincinnati Enquirer who or History and Instructor fu Hebrew was- beyond doubt the worst penman who an editorial chair J A Sujllvan B S Instructor in This ever occupiedjournalist was pecul- Â¬ remarkable Civics AvWJ3mth Db M D iar in all his methods but in nono LeclurerJuiPiiysiology more so than in his manner of writing PATRONAGE His pen was held at the extremo Willi such facts ai above setsforth end of tho holder and tho strange ran afly parent or youngjnah in Mad characters which he made were some Â¬ isotr county hesitate to patronize times almost as unintelligible to him- Â¬ Ceutral University Numbers of boys self as to the world at large His aud young men come here from dis Â¬ writing was simply a series of hiero Â¬ tant States with all the 0166001868 glyphics hut he made his characters always alike and in course of time by from which to select close study one could learn to decipher them When it was known that Mr Fifteen contestants clad tor the fray IIBirfcjAH W Armed with good steel and in battle array Bloss was dead the printers in tho duHiiiiMW iiinikMB Striving for lucre as brave Knighutof old jSquirer news room lost no time in fr JfeS3MV- HStrove for their honors and medals pf gold rummaging- tho waste paper bags for driving each shining pen overthe paper uash specimens of his ehirogrwphy until in miw Seekjhg to sound as the mostpropercaper Eng by Couriar Joornal The praises of remedies Known theworld le33than ah hour not a scrap of his MEMORIAL HALL manuscript was to be found in the ofÂ¬ over From Paris to Calais from Calais to fice St Louis Globe Democrat requisite for the preparatory not Sbackelfoni Dover Adjunct Professor of We are willing to bear personal But each Knight vainly strives language neceeearily more advanced oues than Ancient languages fails in description testimony to the efficacy and valne of for the higher classes The undulating campus offorty manifold virtues of Favorite Pre Hoods Sarsaparilla which we have acres with walks and drives has eight Of the A CONGRESSMAN REMARKS scription been advertising some years in our attractive brick buildings When ill or depressed with that Governor McCreary dwelt upon the oun PICTURES dragglng down feeling consequent paper having used It for blood Impurhigh Calling of the teacher the The engraving of the Preparatory is upon weakness suffering from head ities vvi tit great success It is a prepa molders of men and the builders of by Mr J H Cornel ison from a pho- ache weak or lame back and the ration of standard merit made of percharacter He said that upon the many ilia common to the weakej sex fectly pure ingredients and thoroughly tomb of Sir Christopher Wren was tograph by Mr Schiegel the same isKcjur 1ierced rreseriptiou licli in connection with is guaranteed to give fatfefaa pu or effective in clensing and purilying this iuscriptlou Si monumenttim artists mentioned 100 returned See i rinled the system For eruptions boils etc theGlytidou The oilier pictures are price requiris clrcum spice which translat Â¬ the property of It can be relied upon every time Our the Courier Journal guarantee on bqle wrapper es reads own experience with it has been most If you would see bis mon kindly loaned by Chancellor Blanton Dr Pierces Pellets gentle laxative gratifying and we are glad to give uraent look aronnd you Sir Cbristo THE 60LAR COMPASS or actively cathartic aecorcUflgto does it this endorsementv Atbol Mass pberbelng the architect of Bfc Pauls The department of Mathematics has 26 cents Transcript 17 21 - 1 a Squeak squeak squeak What a disagreeable thing is a squaaking shoel I wont to a shoemaker to day and asked him what made shoes squeak He told me that in walking the two surfaces of leather and shoe solo slipped back Â¬ ward and forward on each other and the friction causes the squeak This Is proved ho said in two ways This squeaking is not heard if tho sole of tho shoe is perfectly flat and the more curved it is the more squeaking thero is Then if you take a squeaking shoe and drive a number of pogs or tacks all over the sole so that the two thicknesses of leather cant slip on each other tho squeaking ceases One way of preventing the squeak Â¬ ing is to insert tarred or felt paper between the leather sur- Â¬ faces Another which has not been tried is the sprinkling of pow Â¬ dered rosin on the surfaces before thoy are sewed or pegged together It Is singular how this runs into the sub- Â¬ ject of music Tho squeaking of shoes is a musical sound The pecul- Â¬ iarity of it is that it Is so high- pitched and the high pitch is tho ef- Â¬ fect of the rapidity of tho vibrations These rapid vibrations aro produced produced only by slick surfaces If yoa increase tho friction tho vibra- Â¬ tions bocome slower and the sound bo comes duller or ceases altogether This is tho philosophy of tho tarred paper or the rosin These sugges Â¬ tions are published for the benefit of undertakers and church ushers who as they should always move around noiselessly always take care to havo loud squeaking shoos This passion also reaches some young ladic3 Tho shoemakers toll mo that some young ladies have a piece of goose quill in- Â¬ serted in tho solos of their shoes so as to produce a squeak Chicago o for which it has no room and they must go HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE BRECK FITZPATRICK Tinware Stoves Farming Implements TINWARE MADE TO OEDEK Q Q ROOFIKG AND GUTTERING DONE The BEST MATERIAL USED and none but GOOD WORKMEN EMPLOYED BARBED WZR23 FOB FEItfGHtfG Examine our stock and you will be pleased 30 29 Journal - A merchant engaged in an at Â¬ tempt to sell a wooden refrigerator to a lady boasted of the various good qualities of the article But I am afraid said the lady that these re Â¬ frigerators will taste the food Bless ye mraml exclaimed tho dealer Taste the food Why theyll take the taste all out o the food maam every hit of it Youths Companion Physicians Confess All lionest consclenttons physicians who B- Botanic Blood Balm a trial give B B frankly admit Us superiority over other blood medicines Dr WJ Adair of Kockmart Ga- - writes 1 regard BB B as one of the best blood medicines Dr A HRoscoe Nashville Tenn writes All reports of B B B are favorable and its speedy action Is truly wonderful T Dr J CrawfordsVllle Ga Rhode writes I confess B B Bl the best and quickest medicine for rheumatism I have ever tried Dr H J Farmer Crawfordsvllle Ga writes I cheerfully recommend B B B as a fine tonic alterative Its nso onred an excrescence of the neck after other remedies effected no perceptible Rood Montgomery Jacksonville Ala Dru H My mother faaUtedoamy getting writes B It B for her rheumatism jn- as her case stnbbouly restated the usonl remedies Hte experienced immediate relief aud her Im Â¬ provement has been truly wenderfnL A prominent phylclHUvlio wishes his If veu do Mt say year City tax befer name not si ven soya A pattern of mine am prepared to do ail kfuds of tfieSntdaj f Xsvaafcer i9Bg I w whese case of tertiary syphilis teas sorely Silllnzhlraaiid which no treatment sa m Carpenters work In Ht cI8B style compeKed by Utw to eoWfee a ptmatfr f ed to oheck was entirety sured wltk about Also estimates fHfehett en short ten per cent additional Call and pay twelve bottles of B B B He ws fairly H TYLER madw upiCf skin and booes and terrible notice JNO L BAXTER -- 4 3lg 1 - --o- -N- all B si 8fejffigTJ55P m mm m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0 TO POPE City Tax Carpenters C3 I He is receiving more daily and intends to sell all of them Work BXEEC Iffotice pts ntceis IS a Vf io City CetttcSor THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON fVBUSHB - - Editor ST EVBBY WEDS ESSAY The Glimax Printing VVm Co single measure without our conThe rules of the House j ou may rest assured will not be WEDNESDAY OCT 16 1889 changed in any essential feature Wo know that our minority is bain Bryant lias sold Oorac to strong enough to make us the virTaw for 10000 tual rulers THE CONCLAVE The new French Ohsiwber of Deputies has x majority of 144 The triennial assembly of Republican Knights Templars in Washington The Three Americas dolegates last week was one of the grandare having royal time up North est in the history of the organizaThey will come South in January tion in this country Twenty thousand knights were in the proMajor Thomas and others sold cession on Tuesday ami were twenty horses in New York on viewed by the President and other Sat jrday at an average of 1500 distinguished persons The city De The Cxar of Russia visited was profusely decorated the Emperor of Germany last Molaj Commandery of Louisville as wok and a high old time was won the banner thethe most per fectly drilled next meeting hmi will be at Denver Geaeral Chalmers the Republi THI BRAMHi PENITENTIARY en Rebel Brtgader candidate for Governor of Mississippi has with After a period of six years and dcawM an expenditure of hall a million Xammerers Caras made a mile dollars the Branch Penitentiary at Latonia Thursday in 3424 at Eddyviile Ky is said to le -- only Sf short if the great Ten approaching completion Pre cisely 1kw far away in the dim Brack Parse S00 distance this long talked of com Her W C Young D D was pletion is reposing we are not ad Mtanguraied President of Center vised In the beginning the en College Daavilk oh last Wed thusiasts convkt-liorror- and nesday lie was the son of a for shriekers claimed that six months mer President and 75000 would do I lie work See how far they went wide of the Kx President Cleveland presi And Legis ied at the New York memorial mark will be more the next anothlature asked lor still meeting in honor of S S Cox and Ex Governor Procter Knott er appropriation delivered the oration SUTHKKX LITBKAKY JOURNALS Â¬ O White Chas SPoweix MfiU The distinguished Roger Q Mills has been talking about Ihe power of the Democratic minority in the next Congress lie says We do not propose that the Re publican majority shall pnss a Â¬ ntlCK YEAR 150 sent Â¬ ed his Influence iu faVot of Langs ton in tbe peudiug contest and on this basis tlie dicker has been made Perhaps we have not described tills transaction so graphically as we should have done It icU Iit be described aa a sale of all the colored voters of Vir Â¬ ginia But not to harrow up the feel- Â¬ ings of our Republican friends in too ruthless a manner we preferred to de-Â¬ scribe it at the outlet as the sale of one man We do not expect our Republican friends of the North to make the usual onlory over this outrage But will the Republicans iu Congress express their approval of tlie bargain by giving Veu Courier-Journableis seat to Laiigxtnti al KINGSTON Mrs Susan FrncU hit gone to Mis- Â¬ souri to visit relatives and will be gone sorrie weds Miss May Craze and Miss Alice Mau pin who have been visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity and county have returned to their home in Missouri Son sold to Alex Doty of Garrard 36 good big medium cotton Times moles half fat for S90 per head They Present indications point to a rouub have also for sale 54 jearlings and 23 larger crop of com than bas beeu an Â¬ Yearmule colts They mean business ticipated by statisticians generally the lings 30 mares and 34 horses colts 12 quality however w ill not be equal to horses and it mares that of 188S except Iu Iowa Missouri GJWhite but Russian Statesmen have awaken ed to tbe fact that money Is as neces sary as men when limits are to be ex tended aud power acquired and to that eud tbe Czar bas set about to encourage and build up agricultural yeomanry He bas tlie laud aud tbe population and in lime the Empire will contain teus ot millions of prosperous farmers ou territory that is now a wilderness Louisville Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ratMfraiffKVrgfl FURNISHING GOODS THIS DEPARTMENT IS ALL THAT THE ESTHETIC CODLD ASK FOR OUR ODD PANTS WE IIAVE A LARGE COLLECTION OF THESE GOOLs AND i W Im tli IM Things in FIKI1 or lbs Men hk 1 h Fit the h0 or til Smallest Man inMaiison h iiiji IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY AND PRICE gggggggawnm imuu ft REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU NEED AN ODD PAIR tfrjarawrafrK T frwM UNION CIT LexÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ ICOXMUXIC4TED THE SPIRIT THE SOUL THE BODY A WORD ON MR BARNES Mr and Mrs Charles Waller of ington are visiting here Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Connecticut election went largely against the Prohibition amendment to the constitution It teems to be an off year lor I lie Prohibition party in the East The last but one of lie John Brown jurv died near Charleston W Va aged S5 years last Wed Mesday His name was Jolir Mc Clure Nine others had died and one was drowned leaving one sur vivor of the famous event Â¬ The Mexican Congress has granted a concession to two Texas colored men to colonize lands in Mexico with colored men lite projector think that 20000 will be carried over from Texas and many thousands from other South- - names States The South has alwa3s been de ficient in literary papers and pe riodicals Rut the unbounded prosperity of that section is opening up journals of merit in the literary line The Old Home stead is a new monthlv begun at Savannah Georgia It is a decid edly creditable effort Of all the eiiies in the South none is more conductive to an enterprise of this kind than Savannah Its groves and walks and drives its elaborate monuments grand churchs lofty electric towers sertentine river and suburban resorts all tend to a literary taste Tlie pulishers are Davis Uros and the subscription list already embraces 25000 Â¬ TAUERXACLK v Maj Gen Howe whose remains have been discovered at Ticonde Brooklyn Tabernacle of which roga where he wa killed at the tlie celebrated Dr Talmage is pashead of Abercrouibies forces tor was burned at an early liour fighting the French in 175S was a Sunday morning Tlie loss in -- brother to the distinguished Adcluding tlie organ is 150000 miral Lord Howe of the British nearly covered by insurance Navy Notice elsewhere the building was erected fifteen years ago and had a seating capacThe Angelus a picture about ity of 2SO0 Its predecessor was two feet square painted by Millet burned in 1S72 The origin of the and purchased by the American fire is unknown but a theory is Art Association for 100000 advanced that during a storm reached New York Sunday It lightning struck an electric light mM occur o the most casual wire and was conveyed into the oWrver that pictures as well as building Dr Talmage will issue luws are getting to be worth an appeal to all persons everysomething where for help He wants 100 000 in addition to the insurance X M Ll A with which to enlarge the seating A Heabkr -Mr C M Phillips lias ceased capacity editing the Lebanon Standard k NEW YORK WORLD BUILDING INDIANAPOLIS DEMOCRATIC Times and has become Business Tlie coruer stoie of the new World Manager of the National Building For tlie first time in fifteen building at Park Row and Frankfort and Mn Association at Louis- years the city of Indianapolis the street was in the ville It is a strong comnany and home of President Harrison a Re- - presence of alaid October 10th invited large number of Mr Phillips is a good man and no puuiivaH siroitgnoiu nas gone guests among them being Gov Hill doubt the investments will pay Democratic In the city election Mayor Grant Chauucey Depew Geo last Tuesday Ihomas L Sullivan W Childs and others Prayer was RACES BY UASLiUMT Democrat was elected Mayor by offered by David S Tuttle of Missouri Twenty thousand people assem more than 1900 majority over Col Johu A Cockrill made the Intro bled at Lancaster Ohio Thursday Gen John Cobiirn Republican duotory address Chauucey M Depew night to witness tlie races by natu- Tlie Democrats made a gain of followed with the principal address said ral-gas light tlie first on record more than 200 in President Har- He The laying of tlie corner stone ot risons own ward In the last city these immcuse Tlie famous Guy attemped to low structures which bouses er bis record of 210f but made election before this the Republi- a grent journal and is the enduring an equivalent of onty 217 If cans carried it by 700 majority a monument of its success and power races atn go on by gas light why difference of nearly 3000 in favor is an event of more than ordinary In not shorten ap our fairs and simi of tlie Democrats A Democrat terest Arouud and in sight of us lar performances in the same was elected City Clerk and the are buildings which express more Council is Democratic bv five ma eloquently than words both the Intel waft jority wliereas tlie old Council lectual aud material progress of the MVT 9i rwus AS YOU HEARD THKY was five Republican This is but country than Its stately Co pi tola or WKKi a beginning and the whole lloos palaces its furnaces or lac The newspaper reporters visit ier State will go Democratic in torie- its mills or railroads These splendid structures built by tlie modern ed all the churches in the city of 1S2 a newspapers are the result of a combi Atnv lork and counted the num SLAVBRY STILL IN EXISTENCE nation of brains and business of men- Â¬ ber of persons present in each The stile of a negro in Virginia is re tal vigor and culture ability iu the church on Sunday before last They found less than 105000 or wrtMl ly a Pelerslwrg correspondent conduct of the affairs of statesmanship Times Tlie attention and common sense which makes pos about one in ten of the population uf lite New of the RfirtiWu sH t dtNifH and the Re sible American literature and perpet- Â¬ The majority possibly remained at home to perfect plans for seouring pWtcaH MnlerHiieii ot the country is uates American liberty Yonder ilse iHvlletl to lhi shmneltH violation of the stories and toners which will tell Utt Worlds Fair in 1S92 tin Thirteenth amendment Let the to nil succeeding generations the story writers sharpen their pencils and the and the glory of Greeley and Riy DIED AT SEA orators p re fur extra exertions Let muud of Bennett and Bryant aud sarauel R Reed for many years the country from Alaiue to California Dana At the s VMe editorial writer on the Re a ad fretu the lakes to the gulf to quote Governor close of Mr Depew a address Hill made jiilican press of Cincinnati es the wortk of the fcpell hinder ring A cablegram from Mra few remarks Pulitzer was with indignation over tins new atrocity jC idlly the Commercial Gazette The sale has ninny of the elements read The corner stone was then low r 1 at sea last week on his way d ered to its place and tlie duty t j Lutope He possessed a fertile needul to make It suiImWc Air the pur of laying it was performed formalJoseph by poses of the outrage stiriekers Tlie invagination and tlie power of vig Pulitzer Jr a boy of four This ended f us language His initials S purehater U an ex Confederate aud the ceremony what is worse a Coufederute Briga II II were sought by thousands dier aders all over the country RELIGIOUS The uegro is no common rIienever tlie Commercial Gazette darkey He liasLiaise Minister to Hayli been Ebenezer Presbytery con encd in Lex received President of the Virginia Normal ington last week Sohool for colored Teachers aud a can The Northern Presbyterian Synod con AXTELL SOLI dkltite for Congress He speaks Frenoh vened in Danville last week t lerre Haute oa Friday Ax- - with flHeucy if with correctness Rev C P Williamson is holding a tells clever stories of his slay in Havtl lowered tlie successful protracted meeting at Kirks 1 ia stallion records the for- - aud claims to have been the guest of vine r 1 seconds making the mile Dukes aud other tlsled dignitaries In RerJ G Pond will fill the pulpit at Alt these circumstances -- 12 That night Mr Wil- - England the BapuWt church next Sunday morning irn the owner sold Axtell to a should help tu add dramatic interest to and evening ate composed of W Con- - the outrage There K however a drawback which ThcRt Rev Thos Va Bishop of the uicago W P Ijams Terre Ha e F J Moran and A E wHi prevent the use of tliia incident by Diocese of Kansas was buried at Bryn tlie people who are unitdiy elojj Detroit l Hie price paid quent over Southern outrages most pur Â¬Â¬ Mawrhtst Wednesday The A Rev Thomas Cummins of the First 105000 said to be the high- - chaser Is a Republican who recently Presbyterian church attended the Synod pnee ever paid for a Itorse nominated himself far Governor or Vir- at Henderson lost week ginia His name is William Mahoue WUHBN IN WYOMING Rev J F Williams went on Monday to Last ear Prof John M Laugstou colored was nominated for Congress by Liberty church near Buckeye Garrard The Womans Rights women the Fourth Lieffona victory in far away the RepuWiwns oroppoeed him Virginia county to bold a protracted meeting and put Wvotning The constitution just dttrtrlet Mahoue Tlie Methodist Conference in session at up candidate o divide the Republiai jfed granta woman suffrage cana vote LHiigsloii was defeated aud Murfreesborro Tennessee suspended Rev Haggard for a period of eight months for 1 i y can match up to the polls at C Vena We Democrat was elected being engaged to two ladies at the sime tL next election and vote as free E Professor Lmiigstoti is prosecuting a tjme A neriran citizens They can al onntebt e -- see and be seen like other Rev Preston Blake assitcd by Rev When be was nominated Jast year A year front now a Wy lie premised lbat he would fight a lors Ma WJ Johnson of Williamsburg Ky is nmg woman who cant batton bouelsm to the bwt gasp Recently lie holding a protracted meeting at Republi Lu another woman in true poli- Â¬ announced that if be was furnished the can church this county Several addi tician slyle take a drink of seat In Congress for which be mak Â¬ tions to date e might mean whisky out of a ing a contest he would deHver to Ma The roaoy remarkable Hoods boWe and slobber all over half heue the solid negro vote of Virginia Sarsaparilla accomplishes curessufficient Is a dozen frxends wont be much in Mahoue baa aceepted iila terms as far proof that it does possess peculiar cur aa be can accept the win he bas promis- - ative powers J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DURNBD Those who beard the remarkable sertnou preached Sunday nflernoou In the Court house by the Rev Geo O Barnes will remember that the main purpose of the di coUrse was to prove tbit when it Is said that mau is dead Iu trespasses and i lns the Scriptures do not mean that he is wholly dead but only half dead Man the sinner is like the traveler who fell among thieves and was stripped of bis rai- Â¬ ment ia wounded and left half dend In order to make good the assertion tiie preacher referred to the tripartite division of mans nature as given by Spirit soul and body We bt Paul ueie assured that both soul and body are involved iu sin but the spirit has never tinned has never consented to 2tliatltcau not sin until God hiui helf consents to sin because tne spirit is a part of God It IseingiilHr to find 6L Paul thus adduced and yet the same apostle plainly declaring with regard to the spirit of man junt tlie very opposite of that so emphatically insisted on in the sermon The passage iu which the tripartite division of mans nature is declared reads thus And the very God of eace sanctify you wholly and I pray God your whole spirit soul and body be preserved blameless unto the Mining of the Lord Jesus Christ Ut ThessalonlaiiB V26rd Surely if it is not possible for the fpirilof man to sin and so to incur blame St Paul would not have prayed I hat it be sanctified aud preserved blameless Would the apostle have prated that a thing might not happen which lie kuew could not possibly happen But auother passage from tlie same inspired author shows that this possibility has become a sad reality In Had Corinthians V 1st we read Having these proniites dearly be- Â¬ loved let lis cleauf e ourselves from all Hlthineas of tlie flesh aud spirit per- Â¬ fecting holiness iu the fear of God The word translated spirit is the same Greek word iu both passages It is therefore clear that the filthl ness of the flesh is shared by the spirit Both are involved hi tlie snme lamentable condition both are in the same state of sin It can hardly be necessary to elab- Â¬ orate an argument to prove a truth so plainly stated by St Paul But It Is proper to say that these passages com piMely destroy the foundation Upon tv t iich tlie preacher baed his whole discourse The foundation being thus removed the whole superstructure falls to the ground in hoptdess ruin To quote again from the sermon The Scriptures are not obscure tlie Bible is perfect it is mathematically exact The obscuration is iu the man who reads the Scriptures Respectfully Â¬ Mr James D Cottman of Estill county paid a flying visit to relatives on Sat- Â¬ urday Â¬ Rev Mr Prather of Richmond deliv- Â¬ at the Christian church this place on Sunday last ered an able discourse Minor Risk twelve year old son of W J Risk near here who has been very ill with rheumatism for several weeks is now improving Mr Dillard Cox who resides near Bloomington III is here disposing of his land He will return home shortly with a few very fine colts he has purchased Died at his home two miles east of here on the 12th of October Mr Zena Druce Sr in the 70th year of his age Deceased had been a member of the Christian church at this place for many years He was foremost in the discharge of his duties advocated Sunday school work and made an honest citizen present condition of corn ai follows t fc --A Illinois 02 per cent Indiana 01 Ohio iiEREA SI Kentucky 101 Missouri 108 Iowa Â¬ Kentucky Kansas The latter State will harvest a fine crop this year to oft- set tbe fa Hue of last The condition of corn in Nebraska was excellent duriug the early part of tbe growing season but hot winds in August brought down the high averages in some couutiesand early frosts damaged late planted corn in localities The low condition of maize in other Stales is easily account- Â¬ ed or by the unfavorable season Hli Michigan and nuls Indiaua Ohio Wisconson suffered from a cold wet spring whlcb was very favorable for cut worm followed by a long drouth in July and August Minnesota and Dakota sutlered for rain tbe season through It ii asyct too early to establish the probableyield of shelled corn but from the reports of correspondents we estimate the crop as follows As- Â¬ suming that the crop in other Slates Will be equal to that ot 16S8 or 525 275000 the total crop of 1889 will be 2207202083 against a total iu 1SS8 of 19S7 700000 We summarise the report of correspondents relative to the Â¬ Will be worn a great deal MMMiL being tbe i im SLEIGH RIDE streets of late f OR THEM We sell tk Shaw knit in fSox tl this winter not only because of its being the latest style but because of its pleasing effect H Is an expression you have frequently heard on the BUT FOR FEAR TIIE PUBLIC HAVE NOT UNDERSTOOD THE meaning we will state that it was made by a man on his way to pur store to buy one of our in finish and color natural wool without coloring matter We also have WOOL MERINO COTTON This is an improvement English Balbriggan AND FINE FALL OVERCOATS who was beiug importuned by a friend to go some where else to buy MITCHELLS store but ho evidently thought that COVINGTON sleigh ride for them was the place to purchase for he said Ill evidently meaning that he would go there to buy if he had to go in a sleigh And the man was level headed for where else in Richmond can you find such an assortment of Light Medium and Heavy Weights in Imported and Domestic Materials comprising Worsteds Kerseys Meltons Beavers Chinchillas and Oassimeres in the latest styles shades and prices 1 1 Merino Mixtures All colors The last named goods were very popular last the seamless having a rou heel and smooth toe w gussets in the heel instep r- - We also have IA CY STRIPED and COL winter and bid fair to be more so this season i ED MERINO HALFIKL vulcan heels and toes VdJPvK8X2lEtSE H The college has been rejm cnated with consin 79 a new coat of paint Gen Garret recently spent a few days with his daughter Mrs Chancy Rev Cook of Mercer county made this place a flying visit last week Miss Sallie McColIum has gone to her work as trained nurse in New York Mrs Alice Seyrnore of Certson Arizona has come to pay a visit to her aunt Mrs Lizzie Hanson 103 Kansas 71 110 Nebraska 90 Wis- Â¬ Michigan 69 Minnesota 92 Dakota Sworn to before lUe and subscribed Mr Joseph Coyle has bought one of in my presence this 6th day of Decem- Â¬ the vacant business lots and is erecting a ber A D SO Wc carry the substantial frame building for use as a A W GLEAS0N store SEAL Miarartf Public g STOCK in Central The Sunday school Convention for the Halls CATAhhit Cure is taken in- Â¬ Glade District was held at Whites Chapternally aud acts directly on the blood full arid the disel The program was and mucus surfaces of the system cussions were interesting and instructive Send for circulars free P B Johnson has rented his store and F J CHENEY CO stock of goods to Jarrlcs Hart Jr who Toledo Ohio has already taken his place behind the SSTSoId by Diuggists 75c 10 20 counter and invites his friends to call Â¬ Â¬ J C Davis is building a new barn Elisha Robinson is a little ahead as he has a new barn jilst completed be is tbe senior partner of tbe firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the cityof Toledo Comity and Stnle aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for eacTi and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Ham s State of Ohio City of Tolkdo Ltjcus coukty 8 8 Frank J Cheney makes onth that A UIIDUED SHIRTS rnoii Si U oi M aai Mr It Cliis A Our 25c Handkerclik Handkerchu I is now on our counters ready for inspection and sale l i contains all the newest things in fabric cut and make Wide Wales Diagonals Oassimeres Cheviots etc in one three and four button Cutaways and double breasted Sack suits We invite an inspection I Catarrh CUttE FRANK J CHENEY 50 CENTS TO 3 Ft Hi m UIUSUI T YOUTHS CLOTHING Zt- - are daisies Our 35c are unequaled FINEST a km I Kentucky g 11 - t i -i i t st HUIuve -l weu suiecieu siuck oi ni u umiuren s ana xouuis Jiotning im1A 4fA in lritinr oml olinrf nnnf cmfa ntil if nr ucciuuco tri i uiiD ui ilium Mothers give ua a call iJicj idUgU ill aizc 11UU1 - IU We carry a fine assorf a ytlurS iment of Silk Handkerchief- - Y COVINGTON reyTOggCTMM I I MITCHELL SPEEDWELL Louisville By O lover Tobacco Ware Ho use Market Tobacco tjaggTfliMMtCT4IMgJHmiW Y a Durrelt Louisville Gridcr Todd At the residence of Ihe brides parents near Speedwell October loth 1130 a m by Rev Grider of College Hill Mr John W Grider and Miss Jennie Todd all of this county Attendants Mr Joe C Oldham of Miss Bessie Baumstark of Speedwell Waco Mr Soper of Garrard and Miss Mollic Zittlc of Waco Only a few inti Â¬ mate friends were present Miss Annie Zittle tif Waco played the wedding march and at the appointed hour the handsome and elegantly attiried couple entered the spacious parlor where witli usual grace and becoming dignity Rev Grider father of the groom solemnly and eloquently pronounced those impres tie words which made the twain one flesh After corgratulations were in- Â¬ dulged to the satisfaction of all present the bridal party departed for their future home at College Hill where an elegant dinner awaiting Uiem added more enjoy- Â¬ ment to the already interesting occasion The best wishes of a host of friends will follow this young couple through the un- Â¬ seen future while much sympathy is felt for scleral sad and lonesome looking young gentlemen in this vicinity who hae surelv been left Sales on our market for the past closed amount to 2600 hhds week with receipts for the same period 1585 hbds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 100393 hhds tiules ofthecropof 1SSS to date amount to 77518 hluK There has been nn marked change in the condition of the hurley market dur ing the week prices remaining irregu- Â¬ lar at the recent decided decline which bas been established The proportion of good tobacco iu tlie olieriiigs contin- Â¬ ues to grow less as the season advances aud the sales of hurley are made up mainly of inferior CO ds in funked con dition The following quotations fairly rep resent our market on Burley tob iccn Trash Dark and damaged tobacco 2 00 to St00 Colory Trash S350 to600 Common Lugs not colory ft CO to jut IFITIE GKT OVIES Â¬ SPECIALTIES The uAtwood Suspender I We have them for driving riding the street the ball or the 5 reception A fine line of I Castor Mocha Indian Sarinac and Tan Bucks Dogskins iu great variety Perrins Imported Kids stand in Ihe Handlead as to style and finish We have them in all shades some line of Jersey and Scotch Gloves Working Shirts in Waterproof Cotton and Cheviot Neckwear The finest that money can buy Hats Youmans Stetsons and a fine line of Crush Goods m all shapes An excellent assortment of Leather Traveling Ba and Valises Rubber Coats and Hunting Coals iss wiwEMih uafeaayaaa fc2gsagsg5S5Kgssegsars Merchant Tailoring in all its Various Branches wirwrjHtjaaagiKSngCji Colory Lugs G 00 to S9C0 Common Leaf 700 to 10 00 Medium to good leaf 1000 to S1500 15 00 to Select or wrappery leaf f2 500 600 OFFERS TO TEE PUBLIC blllEsi Kill II a gUstiRIflIIaE -- DO THE PRICES OF- - 20000 WORTH OF LIVE STOCK MARKET EEPORT By GREENE EMBItY LI e Stock Commission MerclmilLs at Clucln nail Unlou Block Ynntsnnd Covlugion Slock Yards BE Cincinnati Ohio October Good to Extra Fair to Good Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen 14 iSSg CONCERNING FARMERS SHIPPING CATTLE Common and Rough 4 oo 3 5 2 50 3 25 2 75 2 00 3 40 3 2j CLOTHING of Iiis own selection for which lie paid GASH and got liberal discounts that he proposes to give to his customers STEEN J Out Competition Wipe -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tlie regulars are pushing medical legislation so far iu some places as to tread on each others toes or crowd out members of their own school ami grad- Â¬ uates of their own colleges British Columbia has a law which favors Brit lob diplomas making it necessary for Americans aud Canadiaus to pass nn examination and pay 100 before being allowed to practice Swiss physicians have prevailed upon their government Switzerland to rule out all foreign practitioners That is heroic overdos Â¬ ing with a vengeance Health Month Â¬ ly Mrs Mary Welser oi Lexington daughter of Mrs Martha Bradsbaw of this place was on the first inst granted au absolute divorce in the Court of Common Pleas from her husband Ibe grounds of cruelty The plaintiff was not allowed alimony She was awarded the con- Â¬ trol and custody of her danghter ami only child Mary Weler aged twelve It was adjudged that the tract of laud about six miles and a half from Lex ington and known as Walnut Hills contaiuiug about 392 acres shall be- Â¬ long together with all the nersonal property of every kind in aufl about the place to the plaintiff Nicholas viile Journal 011 Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 25 3 Ti 2 7s 3 5 3 00 2 25 And to day I am recognized as the friend of all who- - want GOOD My store is crowded daily with cu GOODS AT LOW PEICES ers who recognize me as the leader in everything I handle and t DESTUOYER OF BIG PRICES I will give you a few samples of c r BUTCHER CATTLE Extra Fat Steers 2 85 Pair to Good Steers 2 6c Good to Extra Cows 2 40 Fair to Good Cows 2 oo 1 25 Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen I oo BULLS Best Shipping 2 50 2 4o Best Bologna 2 15 2 25 Fair Bologna 2 oo 2 10 1 90 Fair to Good Feeders 2 00 1 50 1 2j Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS rood extra Steers J 2 75 3 co Fair to Good Steers 2 75 2 50 Good to Extra Heifers 2 oo 2 25 1 75 Common and Thin Stockers 1 25 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 38 oo40 co Fair to Good 30 oo35 Common 12 oo25 00 Best Veal Calves 5 25 5 50 Fair to Good 4 75 5 00 Common and Heavy 2 50 3 50 HOGS Select Butcher 4 25 4 30 Fair to Good Packers 4 io 4 25 Good to Extra Lights 4 25 4 35 Light ligs 15CS 4 3S 4 SPRING LAMBS Extra 6 00 5 90 STOUFFER INVITES YOU TO EXAMINE THE Calicoes 5 cents per yard Heavy Brown Cotton 6 cents per yar Good Canton Flannel Si ccn Good Red Flannel 20 cents per yard per yard Good Jeans 20 cents per yard 36 Inch Henriettas j cents per yard Largest and Most Domplete Stssk in Ekhmon HE CAN FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES WITH EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS VjMSjS Handsome Dress Goods at 10c Per Yard Beautiful Side Band Dress Patterns at 650 a pattern When yc i arc through looking over our immense stock of Dry Goods it will I of great benefit to you not to neglect our TREMENDOUS Yk 4 Â¬ -- Rudolph Weiser STOUFFER IS THE OLDEST CLOTHIER Ifi tock of Olothin Good Overcoats from 250 up to 2500 Good Suits of Clothes from 500 up to 3250 Good Suits for Boys from 300 up to 1000 Good Overcoats for Boys from 200 up to 12 BICtMD Pants And knows precisely what you want OUR CLOTHING STOCK IS A MARVEL of BEAUTY Â¬ Mr Ibhh ktmih Elegant Prince Alberts l 111961 and is beyond question the best stock and cheapest one in this cit Â¬ 1 r vo Â¬ ut tnree-year-o- 1 1 1 J 1 -- C Â¬ Â¬ i lba Â¬ Scrlbners Magazine for October con Â¬ tains an excitiug exploration article in which Joseph Thomson describes Lis remarkable aud famous journey tbrougli equatorial Africa a very practical paper on the best way to Improve the common roads ot the United States an end paper by Ik Marvel the one of Ibe most author of Beverles attractive electric article showing modern applications of el ctricity to war on laud or sea the eud of Steph ens great romance The Master of Bitllatitrae au uuconveutioual travel article on Iceland the second Instal Â¬ ment of Harold Frederics romance of Colonial New York with other inter- Â¬ esting fiction ami poems Most of these articles are richly illustrated The Millstone estimates the wheat belt of Russia at 450000 square square miles 45000 of which miles are utilized Heretofore the Government lias paid little attentinu to th6 bdvaiicemeiit of the agricultural classes R iilroads have been built and they were constructed on lines dictated by military strategy rather Hum comiuercinl advantage but the Russia of to day is not the Russia of 1W0 or 1850 The finances show a marked improvement and the Czar is not cdnfrouted with a deficit The array it is tnte is tbe first concern and the ambition that baa prompted every Autocrat of tbe Empire sluce Peter the Great is behind eYeVpolcy Â¬ Â¬ OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT is a beauty embracing every style and quality conceivable fr - i New Markets at 500 up to Handsome Plushes at 40 We haeverything that one can imagine for Ladies Misses and Children i Long Cloaks Jackets Sacques Etc Dont fail to give our Clo Department a look T Nobby Cutaways New Cuts in Sacks HATS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES BSErKlf -- A PROFUSION O-F- H for the great suc cess of Hoods SaraaparilU Is found In tbe article Itself It is merit that wins and tbe fict that Hoods Sarsaparlda actually ac corapllshcs what Is claimed for It Is wbat has elren to thU medicine a popularity and sale greater than that of any other sarsapa rflli or Wood pari miri IVicni VV I flcrbeforeUie public Hoods Sarsaparilla cures Scrofula gait Sheont and all Humors Dyspepsia Sick Headache Biliousness overcomes That Zlred FeeUng creates an Appetite strength Â¬ ens tbe Nerres builds up the Whole System Kooda Sana pn riUn s sold by aU drag lsU 1 six lor 5 Prepared by CI Hood SCo Apothecaries Loircuasa NDERWEM EXTENSIVE LINE OF We Have Made Unusual Exertions in Our Boot and Shoe Line We have Mens Boots from 200 up to 500 Boys Boots irom 1 upwards Ladies Shoes at all prices and we will save every purcha r money that will give our Boots and Shoes a look It will pay you nr NECKWEAR The Chief Rtmcc AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN never was better in styles and prices No line has been nezlected Waaim tomakaesry department a specialty in itself HATS AND CAPS in large quantities UNDL Blankets Shawls and everything that h u WEAR in profusion Wo have polite and attentive clerks all kept in a first class house We want to be kept buy Dont hesitate to came ami price our goods If you dont want to buy you may later Jusi come along and b j J the van if you like the Music Prices made by the Tidftl Wave i again it will be money in your pocket Dent lofget that 100 at ar store will go as far sxs 200 will at any other aiorew The Tidal Wa e holds forth at 1 Winn lib liibmii 3aS yyyMa J W IB rfsgS in STOTriFITIEilR MeZMIZ SC mm mis H JSTRENGS as- - 110 W Mail Sfti Rtfuttii PNP-y-iH - Z 55- - u Bw- - g PC z d lBSBPrvIT - T 4 -- PS iMessr D M Chenault Co are dot Â¬ ing out the stock of clothing for less than w E DN E SD A Y OCT 16 1SS9 cost that they bought last week They paid such a low price that they can afford Mrs Clifton SluAet feH and crushed to sell for less than the goods cost at aaann wholesale and still make money TW3 residences for rent by J P IlernIllicit Distillery See ad y Deputy Collector William H Randall Ths CommeraW CM meeting Tastl Tirought down from Laurel county last Wednesday two copper stills a lot of I 2zv nijht did not i aterfaMie fixtures and two hundred gallons of Wiggins bought ioojeee feet of branday E the property of William Elliott notn Mr Thewas Baldwin The confiscated stuff is in the hands of cattle k Hot so low after Collector Burnam See Gigantic bade reported else x Squires end Constable Squires D P Armer and Wm Willis - Jake Parrish tormerlr of this place were nominated for Justices of the Peace on Saturday for reelection Mr P B wis ci ned lat week to Miss Nichols of Broaddus was nominated over Mr T B tf - - rC Ayre by a majority of 173 Mr Ayres 1 2 vnoi has decided to add a Theo- - was announced only on Wednesday and Department to the curriculum of Mr Broaddus on Friday 3 Ccsi ii I nuersitr It Xeeds Attention M s Sallie Bogie wK have a sale of We suggest a retraction and apology -s -- property at her hesM on Peosey from the underbrush of the Register in its X - Siurday 19th next issue for the unwarranted and un- gentlemanly attack on the editor of this T H Hogcs oners 7es acres o paper in the last issue of that paper iJ 500 barrels ef corn and ether Should it not be forthcoming a speedy sale See ad 1 inquiry as to the delay may be the result M Pope ha bought a let of The Garaett House hi Redesdale for f sj gg Proprietor J W Hart of the Garnctt Id next spring House will continue with us for a season oittsioiMl card of Dr A E He has rented the Brinkley House at pTie in Buroam building No Somerset but does not get possession A - stairs 1st door to right until March 1st He lias a number of boarders and transient custom continues vein of sHver has been fissure A to drop in every day Mr Hart is a cJ near Winston in EsdH coun- square man and will receive his share line of the Three Forks At the Glrcdon A - a residence is searing completion Mr E T McMurtry of Lexington an Armcr addition and another has n experienced hotel clerk is now behind the erected in EatiM addition desk at the Glyndon - T II Boggs has bought the 40 Among the names added to the list of land belonging to Jesse LJ regular boarders since last week are Prof Lira on Irvine taroee JTcvis Cobb Mr F B Carr Dr M C Heath and family Chief Engineer Pear- Â¬ -arties whoso steam thresher bum B and family eJ- Tribbes wheat think there ooald son of the R N I contractor C M Shanahan and family c been more than bushels Col J K Falknvr Engineer M M FJan t L Searcy as trustee of John ncryiOfthe R II I B About one cr will seH personal property J hundred persons 00k dinner on Sunday on lHurssay October in The Samuels Sale Auctioneer 2 E Bush reports sale of G Taylor has erected a cot- - Tom Samuels on Jolly Ridge last Wed Â¬ t on top of his grocery bowse nesday October oth as follows Large like the Crystal Palace of crowd and bidding lively Four horses 8 to 147 cows 28 to 41 900 lb o 5 2460 Soo lb heifers 1 hades Jacobs merchant tailor hcifere 10 2 year old steers 15 orth Second street asks your yearling heifers 32 50 29 2 yokes of oxen to words ekewhere in this keue 1050 lbs and 90 40 50 lb shoiU 27 per head w profit you corn in field S125 per barrel oats 140 As aj ninistrator of his father Mr W per hundred bundles These were good r tll will sett the personal property sales and a big improvement over former i rrt the farm near Umoa Cfty on sales of the season in the county Jlav October 26th The Willis Sale- V New land J Sr warns tres- Auctioneer Z E Bush reports sale of s m This of The Climax Squire William WHHs on last Thursday 1 -V srt like to have his fences tonv October loth as the best one ths fall a J stock molested u Big crowd and b prices Ten cows sfcc broke 535 mules eighteen- - ear eld daughter of Mr averaged Y tark or Silver Creek RsH en last 60 to 140 one mare mule colt 196 lay and brake both bones of one one Peavine mare and colt 300 bal- Â¬ ance of horse stock sold at an average of t above the wrist S75 per head Fat hogs j per hundred - Gtorge Matt Adams Secretary of Flftee i jo Hj cattle high grade extra b- her in law ef Mr B W Tur 3 J3 P0 hundred fifteen 750 lb year- Â¬ piaue lost four toes under a car ling stee s f to fat heifer 2j cents per a- - Eminence Monday pound Except the cattle the prices were high and Hie cattle considering the rul Â¬ Representatives of Madison ing low prices of late sold high the Legislature have d4ed this Wm Malconi Miller AJ Mer- A Richmond Fellow to De Ilnng J Robert Rodes Harris The Circuit Court at Beattyville has T M Lutes is cfeeimr out bk slnr-l- sentenced Will Clark to death He a- - Red House and on the 1st of formerly lived in Richmond and when a r Mill remove to Kirkeville boy worked for Mr W W Pigg Going to e has rented a residence and Lexington he burglarized the residence of Mrs C M Clay and was sent to the u c penitentiary where he served a term of v Bitinctt Young of LouisviHe and three years He also served another term Ri therford Douglas of Woodferd of one ear for robbery Going to Beatty J ere nominated by the Hender- - vMe he killed a colored man with the roj on last Thursday as curators result above set forth He is a son of 1 nri I niversity Jim Clark colored of this place connect r r II P Hampton who died at ed with Uie theft ot Todds meat some We have not heard what Jay c on the 3rd and was buried at years ago has been set for the execution -- nester was the mther ot Mrs H L- of this place anj of Mrs H F I Rojce near Beneshorough He A proposition is pending before the rn in Tennetscc in 1805 Trustees of Madison Female Institute to the climax f if CIoslBOdt - Tc iof I- -- Two Deaths hy Fire On Saturday last the little son of Harvey Douglas butcher in this place was burned to death while play Â¬ ing with matches in the garden He was wearing dresses and they were burned entirely off The body was burned all over except a small portion of one side of the neck and lace Dr Taylor was called and found that no great quantity of the flame had been inhaled yet the damage was fa- Â¬ tal arid the poor little fellow diedi The accident occurred at the hodse of tts grand mother Mrs Polly Alhnan out on the Big Hill pike near the town limits The burial took place on Sunday The childs name was John Wagers On Monday a twelve-year-oafflicted daughter of Bill Holder who lives on the farm of J H Boggs near Richmond fell in the fire and was so badly burned that she died in a short time Accidents of a similar character seem to happen in groups four-year-oÂ¬ ld j J -- 1 Xews From Narassa Surgeon C D Smith and the remnant of officers who escaped from Navassa landed at Philadelphia on last Thursday and proceeded at once to Baltimore They were accompanied by three colored men who were friendly to them and left the Island for fear the rioters would murder them Dr Smith reports that one of the officers wounded in the riot and rescued by the British Forwood died on the way to Jamaica His statements and those of the other survivorare the same as heretofore pubman-of-war Â¬ lished je ith On the same day that the party landed Philadelphia a boat from Jamaica reached Baltimore bearing a copy of the Kingston Post It contained a detail- Â¬ ed account of the riot A colored man named Davenport stated that he left Naassu for fear the rioters would kill him because he had interceded for and protected Dr Smith and party He said that the death ofSupt George W Tipton brought on the riot After his death the miners were subjected to numerous cruelties and when patience no longer existed the miners assembled to have a conTerence with acting Superintendent Smith That the officers appeared with arms and marched the miners out in line asking every man as he passed if he was willing to work Finally one fellow said he mu6t receive better treatment before he again worked and thereupon was shot in the jaw The riot began and was con- Â¬ ducted as The Climax has heretofore reported That three of the officers were murdered after they surrendered We are unable to reconcile the state Â¬ ment of the officers and their colored friends The accounts are greatly at variance So far no statement has come from the rioters in Â¬ fnohlal prospecU Finally the subjoined compromise resolution was addpted Miss Louise Heyer of New York is We applaud the edtor for his efforts in beFalf of the pavement to the female visiting Mrs M L Evans this county Mr C L Adams of Cleveland O school but regret that he has condemned our girls to everlasting oldmaidhood s vLiting his father Mr P F Adams Being a little off in a leg or two himself at Waco he is entirely too reckless regarding other Mrs II L White lias returned from peoples legs a three weeks Visit to Frankfort and Lap Rolct Louisville A variety of exquisite lap robes In fur Miss Matlle Parrish drove out 6h plush can lie seen at W G Gormlcy Thursday the first time she has been able and Cos corner of Main and Second to leave her room for some weeks streets They are not only comfortable Mr G W Kildow has accepted a and neat but are works of art The de position as salesman with Stevens Ken signs are new and interesting If 3 ou nerby Spragins Gainesville Texas want a robe that will do you service out Mrs Hall of Cincinnati wife of the doors in cold weather and be an ornament celebrated safe and lock man accompan- Â¬ to your house at other times call on him ied by her daughter spent a day at the MATRIMONIAL Glyndon last week Mr L Z Taylor of C U engineer- Â¬ Miss Lizzie C Willis daughter of Dr ing corps now located in Wolf county Sam Willis of Pine Grove Clark coun- Â¬ was here last week visiting his sister ty formerly of this county and Mr N P Mrs A T Million VanMcter also of Clark will be married Miss Lillian Lewis of Brandenburg to night was given a progressive euchre party by Mr Roger Quisenberry of Clark coun- Â¬ Mrs G W Willis at the Glyndon on ty and Miss Annie Ford of this county last Thursday night were married near Richmond on last Mayor Jacob S Colliits and wife have Thursday October toth The party dined returned from a visit of two weeks to her at the Glyndon and left at once for their parents Rev and Mrs Marshal at Ha future home gerstown Maryland Mrs Nancy Tribble and Mr II Clay Miss Mary Burnam was mentioned Broaddus were married at the residence among the visiting ladies at the St Louis of the bride in Richmond on Thursday Fair hop Wednesday night as reported to October 10th 1SS9 at 6 oclock p m Rev J F Williams of the Baptist Church the Cincinnati Enquirer officiated The bride was the widow of The Misses Baughman of Stanford Alexander Tribble deceased one of the went home Monday having visited numer- Â¬ largest and wealthiest farmers in Central ous relatives hereabouts The Stanford Kentucky The groom was the manager Journal was right when it said they are of Mr Tribbles vast estate and was one a pair of beauties of the devisees named in the will The Major Thomas H Shelby and Mrs couple wil it is understood soon remove Shelby left Wednesday for Hot Springs to the palatial mansion four miles out on Ark for the benefit of the Majors health the Big Hill turnpike The wedding was He has been confined for several months a surprise to nearly every one as but little with inflammatory rheumatism and has was known of its approach Only fifteen so far recovered as to be able to leave or twenty persons were present home Lexington Observer Â¬ personal 1 MADAM SCOTT fells Past Present and Fntnrci Events May be consulted at any hour Rooms at 422 E Main Street 5 Remaining unclaimed iu the Fost Ofilce at Richmond Ky week ending October 1 1 LETTSES tb 1880 Lackey Miss Lizzie BaIard Sarah Iisneaster Dora 3 Griffin Loucinda Moraif Mrs Fannie Hackett Miss Alice Reynold Wm 300 childrens suits at S3 SO to 450 Hulburt F F Storms Sarge V M Ciienault Co It Hueite Miss Bell Smith Miss Nellie Johnson Rev W J WE CAN AND DO Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for it sr Money order and registered letter has been fnlly demonstrated to the peo- Â¬ hours prompt 7 a m to t v sr ple of this country hat It Is superior to J B WILLIS p ar all other preparations for blood diseas- Â¬ es It is a postlve cure for syphilitic poisoning Ulcers Erustlous and Pim- Â¬ ples It purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds up the constitution Sold by V Q White prescrip- Â¬ I hereby warn all persons against hunting or otherwise trespassing on tion druggist my lands Hereafter all trespassers Flue California fruits grapes apples will be prtSCuted Tnig includes all my lands 15- NkVjD Joms fcK and cundies at Diunellis BlacTq Vfm -Â¬ r CROOKE BENNETT URMSTON elab- Â¬ f Invite the ladies to examine their orate display of trotters and runners shod in any manner desired I have just received an extra lot of four year old second growth timber for repairing A dwelling with five rooms over J all kinds of wagons All work guaranteed at the very lowest prices Shop A Higglus grocery store on Main Street back of Brookss drug store Also frame dwelling house of eight Respectfully rooms on Main Street 8febly 18 20 8 L MIDKIFF J P HERNDON Ttoad horse Â¬ 13 21 SII iK FRONT something new Sashes in all colors Underwear in profusion Young man you should have your shirts collars and cufls laundried at If the new laundry IS LIFE WOUTH LIVING SEW LINE DRESS GOODS Euchings Linen Hand- Â¬ kerchiefs Embroidered Kid Gloves Silk Urn- brellas and many other articles We have 1 WANTEI Mr George V Judy representing Brent Paris Ky will open Not if you go through the world a Gilman dyspeptic Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets his Turkey Pens here about November are a positive cure for the wnrst forms 1st and will want twenty thousand of Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulency turkeys at highest market price He and Constipation Guaranteed and is a liberal buyer Save your turkeys 18 25 sold by W G White Prescription for him Druggist Special rales will be given on family washing by the steam laundry tf Beefsteak with mushrooms collee t Dinellis CROOKE Xaiid for Bale Â¬ The Latest Goods the Markets Afford embracing the most popular styles Mrs D Potts the well known authoress arrived in Manatquan from Lexington Ky on Saturday evening A large circle of friends were delighted to welcome her and the lady held quite a reception on Monday after it became know n that she was in town Mrs Potts returns to her southern home the first of next week Manasquan N J Star 11 Saturday I have 300 ACRES OF EXCELLENT BLUEGKASS LAND 1J miles from Richmond for sale privately CAUTIOX TO MOTHERS Two Divided to suit purchasers Every mother is cautioned against houses Will sell for less than it Is giving her child laudanum or para worth goric it creates an unnatural craving fur stimulants which kills the mind of ALSO 500 BARRELS OP CORN the child Ackers Baby Soother is DIED-specially prepared to benefit children in the field at the heap or delivered and cure their pains It is harmless 250 tons of hay 18- J H BOGGS and Zena Bruce Sr died near Union City Sold contains no Opium or Morphine by W G White Prescription and hot 15- - COME AND SEE US You can not fail to be pleased with our selections Our pri- Â¬ ces agree with the I f See Union City items Druggist Miss Martha Ann Abney died on Monday October qth 18S9 near Doyles ville in Madison county Ky of dropsy aged fifty years ison county mm Mrs Burrell Million Jr died in Mad Â¬ Ky on Thursday October nth 1SS0 Deceased was a daughter of the late Ab March County Democratic Primary Oct 12 -- L B Witt died near Kingston in Mad- Â¬ ison county Ky on September 26th The great Cumberland Gap tunnel was 18S9 aged 83 years Deceased was born formally opened yesterday in Albemarle county Vs but came to The lease of the Lexington Branch of Kentucky when only 12 years old and the Louisville Southern to the Monon was ever since resided in Madison county For 12 perfected Monday and possession will be He was a Presbyterian in faith years he was a Justice of the Peace taken next Monday and our John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ As Administrator of Andy MeCord times mond Ky carries im- - I will on goods with the demands of the public mense stocks of Sait Lime FRIDAY N0TEHBK1 IsL Cement and Hair the best Farm Machinery and Im- Â¬ ISSOatthe farm 21 miles west or Rfoh plements Sulkies Gear and moiid proceed to sell publicly to the the best line of Groceries in highest bidder his GENTLEMEN SHOULD NOTICE THAT OUR Stock Crop and Farming Implements the market 41- BENNETT - -- -- f UMtautauMUl VfD I 1 S 1 I atauttiu StS SSSfrggS S Xwnoj ganqos AWJOHY V -- ISl ssgiaaai I O O go iiia g stttgj o w Q iuss a m f f fcAVJf I A railroad is to be built across the Hix streams of water can he thrown Andes the highest elevation measuring simultaneously upon any fire that may 13000 feet Overcoats and fires will be break out in the business part of town Dinellis restaurant is headquarters necessary all the year round while cross Â¬ If the fire laddies will be prompt in for fresh oysters Try them 15- ing this high point reaching the scene they ought to pre- Â¬ Mr E T Powells removal to Coving- vent the fire fieud from getting a The Steam Laundry has ton to superintend the building of the very good start at any time George- Â¬ been completed and will do water works led to the report that the town Times your work at the lowest railroad firm of E T Powell Co had Gasoline stoves in all sizes and at all price u dissolved but such is not the case The prices from the plainest to the finest at firm will continue with headquarters in 45- your property in one of J S BRECK FlTZPATIUCKS Insure Richmond 7 32 Companies Â¬ one 2 year-old Mule one mule The new steam laundry is equiped Mules1 yearling horse Cult Colt with every modern improvement and wants to do your washing tf Two 50 250 - yearling Steers 4 yearlin Heifers six suckling Calves 8 milch Cow 1 yearl ing Bull and 2 bull Calves 2 agetl work Consisting of 21 Steers four Â¬ MERCHANT - TAILORING - DEPARTMENT 1 1 t llQ I WW o to I Uii in XJJB3 mjof O wmom-- - 5 3 S w Su HOiHHMHaef S i to on - - oo i3AH f WAVO -k-- mt AV llS pxxtS Vf jg toS8 8tigJg S Q US law Ok I 0 S J i- - o6noiO O AMMO o bUJJ t 5 KH5dlKI J3MKqg Few people are aware that a third high bridge is in course of construction near this city We refer to that of the Louis- Â¬ ville Southern at Tales Creek where the road from Nicholasville to Richmond crosses the Kentucky rivers It will be about the same height as the High and Tyrone bridges 2S6 feet Kentucky now has the two largest bridges in the world and when the one at Tates Creek is com- Â¬ pleted she will lave three of them Lex ington Transcript The above from the Transcript has misled including exchanges many The bridge at the Courier Journal mouth of Tates Creek is only 1 12 feet hih There is one about two mites an ay across Marble Creek canyon that is much higher about 237 feet 1 m qjg8gef z 5 nk Reed colered who has served make a 10000 addition Another story Mine in the penitentiary en a si year making the building three stories is pro n l charged with attempted rape of posed Other improvements are necessary T Miss Nellie Gaugh for a number of the colored tough who was J --t the recent term of Court for hr years in charge of the Primary Depart- Â¬ c Lut acquitted en the plea of insani- - ment and a mott excellent teacher as well been pardoned by the Governor as accomplished lady has returned to Iter home in Lexington Her place has been operly so supplied by Miss Merritt a teacher of Rupert Rodes Harris died at his home much experience But Miss Gaugh is not d Concord school house in Madison to remain long in Lexington Dame Ru- Â¬ T Kj on Sunday October 13th mor announces that she is to make her 1 aged 73 years jBob Harris was future home in Madison We know both - n a Madison county and was a parties and can freely congratulate them rof the hue Dr John M Harris He was educated at the eld Madison Male Uigaatie Sale of Cattle S ary read law wkh Major S Tur The Paris Kentuckian Citiacn of Sat Â¬ r - and giaduated from Transylvania urday the 12th says School a classmate of Tames B Moses Kahn representative of M Â¬ i ik j I hereby certify that the candidates for each office receiving the highest number of votes as above indicated are the nomi- Â¬ nees of the Democratic party to be voted for atTlhe regular August election 1S90 This October 14th 1SS9 C D ClIENAULT Chmn Dem Co Com Large Sale or Horses Many bidders were present at Fair lawn the home of Gen WT Withers near Lexington on last Thursday The eighty fire head of trotters sold lor f 66 100 an average of S777 Those that brought more than 1000 are given below Aberdeen bay stallion 23 by Hamble tonian dam Widow Machrce by See leys American Star James E Clay Paris 3000 Grace Vernon b f 5 by Nutwood dam Old Sophy by Edwin Forrest J K Weed Shelburn Vt 1900 Crape Myrtle b m 5 by Almont dam by C M Clay Jr A H Moore Philadelphia 3150 Ino gr m 12 by Ericson dam by Garrett Long Mambrino Chorister Buffalo N Y 1300 Alice b f weanling by Alecto dam by Alexanders Norman C E Roth Buffalo N Yj fiOO Bought for G Long Happy Promise b c yearling by Happy Medium dam by Almont W T Withers Stooo Happy Belle gr 3 by Happy Me- Â¬ dium dam by Almont A M Christie 51075 Antrim b c 3 by Aberdeen dam by Hylas Thomas Ronan Dayton Wash- Â¬ ington 1250 Waverly b c 2 by Happy Medium dam by C M Clay Jr G W Patter Â¬ son Ashton Iowa 1325 Oceana b m S by Happy Medium dam by Balsora A II Moore 1110 yearling by Happy Sara Meade G Long Medium dam by Almont 2700 Luka b m 12 by American Clay dim by Mambrino Chief George White Paris 1250 Azalia ch f 5 by Aberdeen dam by Almont Mat Gardner Nashville Tenn - Lt - others now distinguished I aa elected to the Legislature in 1S44 c e Whig ticket He was an unusu- e looking young man and possets- eJ a strong native intellect He became c suid squandered his money and rt ei to a little farm of sixty acres twherc re Jed tor many years doing a small r atice in Hie magistrates courts But ws a man of unffiflchfcig Integrity - adhered to the truth at aM times -- ind Turkey Gilman S ead Sz Brent want 20000 turkeys Goldsmith has purchased of Charlton Alexander Cashier of the Northern Bank 640 corn and blue grass fed cattle that weigh upwards of 1700 pounds at aver Â¬ age of about five cents per pound the aggregate being about 55000 The cat tle were fed by L W Sparks on Mr Alexanders farm in Hutchinson precinct and good judges say this is the best lot of cattle ever fed in Kentucky Mr Gold- Â¬ smith is one of the largest cattle exporters hvtUc UnitedStateSi and this lot goes to England and Prance to fill orders made lastn ear Recovery Mrs George P Smoole n highly cultivated and estimable lady of Pres cott Ark writes under date of April During the summer of 1887 22 1889 my eyes became inflamed and my stomach and liver almost hopelessly Nothing I ate agreed with disordered me I took chronic dlarrhcot and for some time my life was dipuired of by ray family The leading physicians of the country were consulted aud the medicines administered by them never did any permanent good aud I linger- Â¬ ed between life and death the latter being preferable to the agonies I was 18SS enduring In Ma I became disgusted with physicians and their medicines I dropped them all and The freight handled by the Louisville depended solely on Swifts Specific Southern the past month was as heavy S 8 K a few bottles of which made as any two months preceding One of me permanently well well from then The Louisville South- Â¬ until now the officials says erns freight traffic is turning out just as A Prompt Core Col Bennett Young predicted it would v ithin two years and I believe the great Two bottles of Swifts Specific 8 S business is just commencing We are S cured me of breaking out all over now receiving much business from St my body caused by blood poisoning Louis and Chicago which has hereto- Â¬ Victor Stewart 4 S Royal Street Mobile Ala fore has gone by way of Cincinnati and Evansville and the movement goes down I suffered for twenty years from every day by the train load We are now blood poisoning Three bottles of handling meat from Chicago to Southern Swifts Specific 8 S 8 cured me en- Â¬ points in unprecedented quantities and tirely Catherine Mosiier our share of the shipments is limited only Miueola by the lamentable shortage of cars Treatise on Blood and Skia Diseases Where we heretofore handled a couple Swift Specific Co of cars of this meat we now transport mailed free Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga It trains of fifteen and twenty cars a day and to Jay we sent down a solid train of We bought our stock of goods at 50 twenty two refrigerator cars Much of per cent less than cost and are selling this goes to points tributary to the Queen them for CO per cent less and Crescent and E and G and D M Chenaclt Co It from all I can hear I would judge that Ladles underwear atCrooke Benuett the increased movement is to be a steady 17- thing and that the fast train service of Uruistons the Southern and the Monon is being Charlie Jacobs merchant tailor No duly appreciated by Northern shippers 26 N Second Street Bulls 25 to 45 A Wonderful of corn in the shock 50 barrels of old corn 15stack i of hay 2 stack- of oats 150 bushels of wheat 1 drill corn plan Â¬ ter rake mower reaper wagon slide pious and gears corn sheller 20 stands of bees and numerous other things TERMS All sums of 10 and under cash over that amount a credit of 90 Satisfactory note duys with interest required bale to begin promptly at 10 oclock N B Death fcROK Adiar Powells Ten O S Deatheraok Aucr P S Oysters In every Hyle raw fried rented ouThe farm of 213 acre3 will be day of sale if not before rent- Â¬ stewed broiled baked scalloped on ed IS B D 18 20 the half shell and every other way at Brood Xezes Is complete hogs family horses barrels We have an accomplished cutter and the best of journey workmen We keep in stock all the latest and best imported and domestic CLOTHS AND CASSIMEEES Try us i URMSTON CROOKE i I BENNETT Kknticky Buraara IS-- Dinellis 15- - I URM3T0N be used when children are cuttisg teeth It re UeTestbeUttlesnSererstonce itprodncesnataral qaittileepnrul the little cherubuwatejMbnght as a button It is Tory pleasant to taste It soothes the child softens the gums allsTs all paia regulates the bowels and is the best known reeled j for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or other causes Twenty fire cents a bottle AiItIcs to Slathers JIrsWrasuWs SooiuisoSiEurshoaUalwoyt IIS in k Chas J Walker Plff vs Nannie Gbntry Deft 1 V I I A E AULTZ pnrsiciAx axd slrgeox 2J4 W Main Street Richmond Offiee Notice of Cheiault Building up stain i 1 65 The Palace down on First street keeps choice dry goods Ladies in- Â¬ 15- vited In Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Mailieou Cireuit Court rendered at the Keptember term there- Â¬ of 18S9 in the above styled cause the J SI PUBLIC SALE As Trustee of John ou THURSDAY Fire Tornado and Accident Insur- Â¬ Wednesday November G 89 7 32 ance written by Powell Dinelli hot an abuudance of fresh About the hour of 11 oclock a in on the premises iu Madbon county Ky oysters for his restaurant or your table proceed to expose to public sale to the 15- highest bidder the follow lug described The new Steam Laundry Co have determined to put the price of work down so low that everybody can afford to have their work done there us cheaply as elsewhere Special rates given on family washing tf Â¬ undersigned will ou WButkr I will NEW FIRM property viz At 10 oclock a m sell publicly all of suid Butlers jtersoaal property con sirtiiif of October 23 1889 2 Three-year-o- ld A Certain Tract of Land On the waters of Tales Creek begin Â¬ ning at a hickory on a drain corner to land sold Watts Wlker by William Irviie n 801 w 05 3 10 poles to a stake iu a bottom corner G J Whites cor- Â¬ ner with sumeand the road s 27 w 6 poles s 56J w 9 5 10 poles 8 37 w 13 poii s s 23i w 21 s 19J w 20 s 39 w 41 7 10 poles to a pott iu Dickersons comer with his lino aud road s 321 w 19 poles to a slake ou said line thence u new line s 61 e 71 lo a stake on Walk- Â¬ er Watts hue with same n 40 e 24 1 10 polos to a stone thence n 26 e 125 poles to beginning same laud sold by O J Walker to Nannie Gentry or a suflleieut quantity thereof to produce the sum ot 291938 the amount uf money so ordered to he made and the costs hereof TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 0 and 12 mouths the purcha- Â¬ ser will be required to give bond with approved security fur the payment of the purchase money to haye the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal interest from the day of sale with a lieu reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid J R BUKKAM Comr of Madison Circuit Court IS 20 MULES Â¬ Powell represents Ten of the largest Fire Iusuruuce Companies and writes Mills Btires Dwelling Stables aud Live Block at Lowest Rates 7 32 5- Mule 7 or 8 head of Cat- Â¬ One Steers a lot of thor tle two oughbred Hors Corn in the field Jotot Millet Farming Utensils Household anil Kitchen Furniture Terms made known ou day of sale 18 19 C Ii SEARCY J bait S Old Co at Successors to W B White 4 i 3 McEees Stand cor Mate and First Streets LI - BROWHS IRON BITTERS Biliousness Dyspepsia Mala Â¬ ria Kervousnes and General SeUItty Physi Â¬ cians reeemmend it All dealers sell It Genuine has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper 9 35 Cures Indigestion 1 2 As Trustee of S A erage I will on U W Death -- AR FRIDAY TV Fall Jlillinery Mrs Lee Maupin has a fine assort- Â¬ ment of hats bonnets ribbons flowers and other millinery goods selected in person by her in Cincinnati Hats aud bonnets trimmed to qrder Prices reasonable aud inspection solicited IS- - OCTOBER 25 1889 offer at public sale to the highest bidder the following described property Â¬ CLOSING 0IIT JST CAST TWO BAY HOUSES good for fam ily use 1 3 year old Horse a regular show gelding 1 Blaek Mnre Mule 1J hands 12 Hogs 33 Shoats several val- Â¬ We ask aw friemk asd the yahWa uable Mares and Colts among tbem generally to taH ami Rive na anu- tome Vatjcaus 1 Count Wilkes Filly sonaWe share f tbekpatfeeage about Â¬ A DUTY TO YOURSELF THIN COLUMN Â¬ 17 23 The Democratic Primary Full particulars of the Primary election Lexington Races Tie races are in progress To jnorrow held on Saturday the 12th will be found w be a big day Susie S Harry WWes in our tabulated statement and other re- Â¬ Jac v Junemoat and others In free for aH ports elsewhere in this issue A number of withdrawals took place f 2 000 Everybody go just before the election tc wit James Witt Sale- C Lackey for Jailer A J Willoughby The land and personal property of L and C R Tudor for Assessor J B B Witt deceased wW be sold publicly Harris for County Superintendent nrar Kingston on the loth T C Witt Mr J W Moore of Kirksville pre- Â¬ administrator P P Ballard auctioneer cinct who came so near receiving the nomination for County Surveyor failed SIcCerd Sale to announce htm self in The Climax Mr N B Deatheragc as admlnistra- - Being a stranger to most of the county r rf Andy McCond wiH on Friday many were not aware of his candidacy r ember 1st sell pubUdy a large nwan Every candidate for a county office who l or personal property Sec advertise received a nomination had been announc iTit in to days issue ed in The Climax Shorthorn Sale Fth and Game Depot The sale of Shortitorns the property Mr T J Tribute at 2fc at First street t cms to keep a bountiful supply of fish of T Corwin Anderson deceased in 1175 last week wis Balsoreen b m to bv Almont dam sters game fruits vegetables and can- - Montgomery county n d goods of the choicest brands c I encouraging A large number 01 toreign by Balsora Joe Hall Paris 1000 bidders were present ana muamg was Mary Josephine b f yearling by Ms ad ekewhere spirited Among the highest priced ani Happy Medium dam by Almont W CoBUflKsieners Offiee Removed we quote the following G BryanLexlngton 1050 Hon J R BurnamCommiesioneref the Fairfield b c 4 by Aberdeen dam by Geneva Kent red by Duke of Oak Mad son Circuit Court has removed his HHt 32552 bought by John A Logan Tom Crowder George Agniel 1050 tffio to the Burnam buMmg So asojrf youngstown0 2ooo A Good Appetite Twelfth Duchess of Oak Hill red by LP tairs second door on the left He Is Eyes 51776 bought by Is essential to sood health butatthi3 fixed up and ready for business Geneva Wild John A Logan Youngstown O 51650 season It is often lost owing to the 1Mb Gnanl3 Sixteenth Duchess of Oak Hill red by poverty or Impurity of the blood de- The Military Company that the bo DuVe of Oat Hm 2352 bought by John J rangeoient of the digestive organs and e organised liers have been named A Logan Youngstown OSnoo the weakeaiugIect of the changing Helm Cnard Duchess of Oak Hill red by season Hoods Saraaparilla Is a won- Â¬ m honor of Mrs Ninfh ken Harden Helm and has applied for Duke of Oak Hill 32352 bought by John derful jnedioSn3 for creating an appeadmission to the State Guards Eliza A Logan Youngstown O tite touing the digestion aud giving 1200 beta town News Geneva Roguish Eyes red by Seventh strength to the whole system Now Is Mrs Helm is the mother of Miss Katie Duke of Springfield 8043 bought by John the time to take it Be sure to get It now sojourning In Richmond Hoods Sarsaparilla A Logan Youngstown O 825 bf 1 Â¬ Mens clothing overcoats hats neck- Â¬ No wonder that Old Stump beat money Dr Ackers English English for Kurunner the Americans al wear and everything else at less than sameare a positive cure for pills M Chenault Co cost It D ways have whipped the English and all liver troubles They are sweet easily taken and do not - small of our next door neighbor The name Gents underwear at Crooke gripe 8oId by W Q White PrescripMr W B Benny was called out rather nett Urmstons tion Druggist prominently in one of the churches here Mens fine cassimere suits that sold A GUILD KILLED last Sunday At the close of the services 14 Other things in said us pronounce the for 25 oflered at Let Another child killed by the use of the minister D M Cijenault Co proportion opiates given in the form of Koothiug Oysters Fish benediction syrup Why mothers give their chil Â¬ Handsome silk fronts that the ladies dren such n deadly poison la surprising Speaking of the street car question that Game Celery when they can relieve the child of its came before the Council the Winchester vastly admire at Crooke Bennett peculiar troubles by using Ackera Baby 17- Apples Oranges There occurred a Urmstons Democrat remarks Soother It contains no Opium or scene as gorgeously dramatic and as Bananas Potatoes merchant tailor Morphine Sold by W G White Charlie Jacobs etherially diaphanous as any that we hare Pants 550 to 15 Satisfaction guar Â¬ Prescription Druggist Cabbage Turnips That we presume was anteed ever witnessed 17 28 Gel your clothes ready for the launat the moment when Tom Stuart worked hi tf dry Pickles Deviled Ham Col Hamiltons placed bond chestnut on If you want to buy a sulky surrey Donelson has a quantity of new sul Potted Earn Deviled Chicken buggy or carriage call on Donelson the Council cheapest kies surries and buggies of the newest The Quanah Texas Quirt must bef for he has the latest best and Beef Tongue aud most popular patterns and at very 5- from its name real wild Injun but it can 5- HI reasonable figures Â¬ sick-headac- people will use a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English one for the It is surprising that kulSdoilowuiiisk every cue a thoroughbred and grees will be furnished on day of 1 d Ball of Benloks of Sharon with three Duke tops a lot of Three-year-ol- pedi- Â¬ We have a variety of sale Rose Also STYLISH i GOODS - Ben-17- Consisting etc of New Binder Wheat Drill Wagon Corn Planter Cultivators New Hay Bake Also FARMING IMPLEMENTS Mower Reaper 3EJ3MrOE9LOX3SrCS- US Acres Fine Fresh Land all under cultivation and to go in corn Over coats Suits Odd Pants next year Terms made known on day of sale 17 19 VT L OSUTOBSS Trtce Â¬ 185 ffles For Sale Underwear Collars Cufls Â¬ nk talk English and especially Texas EnAny man or glish purtr welL It says men who assert that The Quirt is being Tun in the interest of any particular man d or set of men is a wilfut liar or a d fool either one or the other The only instructions the manger has received was to work for what you consider the And this best interest of the tcounty we propose to do regardless of howling blatherskites kickers or the deyil Sashes In all colors at Crooke Ben Â¬ 17- - nett Urmstous -- 11 Â¬ -- Im merchant tailor money Cuarlie Jacobs 15- Cove Oysters and Overcoats at 30 worth 40 Imported and domestic cloth in stock Call aud DRUSKENNE3S LIQUOR UABIT In all the World there is but One Cure 17 2S see him Dr Haines Jolden Specific New line of Jackets and Newmarkets tea or coCce It con be given in a enp of person taKlug OF THE BEST BUANDS AND FRESH without the knowledge ot the at reduced pricea at Crooke Benuett oHectlng a speedy and permanent cure It 17- Urmjtous Is a moderate drinker or rhctier the patient Thousands of drunkards If you want fresli FISH and Oys au alcoholta wreck We must give up the house January liave been cared who have taken the UoldeaÂ¬ tersT game or fruitand vegetables their Afler making all the girts bow legged 1st and the 5000 worth of goods must Specific iuto daycoffee witlioat their knowlihluk they qnlt drinking of or any of the beat brands of edge and and knock kneed the trustees have asked be sold out by that time Come and their own free wiit No harmful effect re Â¬ MilU from its administration Cares guaran N for bids for repairing the miserable pave Â¬ buy at your own prices teed Send for circular nnd foil particulars Address in cmifidtmcc Golden Spccific Co ment which runs along the College 17 16 ISMtace St Cincinnati 0 D M Uhenaum Co grounds and they will perhaps get it fixed Euchings Linen Handkerchief Kid At lower rates than you usually New line of dress goods at Crooke Stanlord Journal In a year or two Urm Â¬ find elsewhere- - call on mo 17- Gloves at Crooke Bennett Stanford people read the Bennett Urmstous When the 17- stous above paragraph in the live but erratic Goods delivered iu any FOU PVSPElSIA held a mass ther Inside Journal tfie Uroirn Iron Hitters A fine line of Dress trimmings at Crooke Bennett part of the city Physicians recffinmcnd It meeting The sentiment was divided 17- Staple and Fancy Groceries al- Â¬ Urmstons keep It 1100 per bottla reiralna All dealer one element praising the editor for advo- Â¬ has trade mark aud crossed red lines oa wrapper ways ort hand D M Chenauk Co at Whites old cating improvements looking to the com Â¬ TRIBBLE T Eero ember the Palace Dry Goods aland moan business They are selling fort of the girls and the other blaming 18 31 16- No 21FlKai6x out their clothing for less than cost him for eyeriastingly ruining their raatri- - House Lndlea call at he Palace before buy ing your Fall Dry Goods and save Â¬ Chipped Beef Sardines Mackerel We have one hundred mule colts and eighty five yearlings for sale Strtotly good and sold In numbers to suit pur- Â¬ chasers tils miles east of Richmond on Ihe Speedweli pike 17-D A COLYER H H Handkerchiefs Ties Gloves hm ir I wish to Bell k Privatly Canned Vegetables- privately my farm of It S 4J miles from Richmond on the Union City turnpiKe Mostly In grass with good Hater and plenty of timber Terms reasonable 17-W Tandy Chrsault 300 u02E3S Shirt Jewelry Umbrellas Trunks Yalises t HQT1CE OF DISSQL0T10H betweeu S In all styles sun at every priea J The partnership heretofore exhtiac A Hew Broom Sweeps Smi1 D Parrlsli ami H P Turner under the firm name f Par stprigeaj bS we areoffisrteKGo ri9h Turner Attorneys at Law make Item sell In fat w wJH M Richmond Ky has bee perraaaea I derseit every heie ht w ly dissolved SS 26th STEPHEN D PARRISH 1SS0 Vi 17- - 16 19 it I SKES J rami l ff comitL li In titrowing your money away by buying shoddy goods LAWS LONG DELAY BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and CricLea Route frem Cen- t i Kenltaciy to All Puiwte North and Soutb wext Eat Wt FAST LINE uETWEBX Lexington bcluttal SOUTH MOUND I1 Cincinnati ttea UaHy tbao J7 ib EAct May 12th 1U9 K fcx Kx ratm No iiictiinmllJ liraooUa w it Ln Arr J Arr nllia iaa iKI IK 1 il- r XIIKlH li i tJ7 uc3 tlao ICCOD P f r a 5 4P opa P I- Arr Am Air A i i aaaaal - mih Mier U I sa p tj r - In saying money by buying the best of everytaisg at reasonable prices and Absolutely Pure neer vnrleK A marvel ot pwrtly Htrvnuili aiwl liuleHomeuoKs Moie eeoniHHlcal llian the unliunrv kinds and eauitfM be mII in rnipliIoii Willi the nml titnUes r low IonI Klmrt weight ulani and plhKiphnia jxiwil--Vild onlv In cnn Iutii Iakin IoWBEitCV 106 VallKireot 21 2U Srw York Tliha iKiudcr s 1 W A r ll tltllHl n iv itcMain ib a - p VOKrit NOOM 1KB X a4l J Nl N KxSwiKsui I Air AT A- Iwl Him lwnwt uqaa aa t- ZZZZ n Lam l WUu1lMttietmi-w- -- Prtr - n5 mm yaataaa rm mm sa K 3 5 4 4 5 - fhtK ai aw - Bji1mii Wrtl er fTarSiMKUa jo pat fa aa Crlhani t iMLfataxMwe Pwta - pi pa pa 7 15 nZI 3 45 4 3S you lEaie meiiey by gatting the j i r-- Ar tVa iMtoa iArr I1arimtiw SHM3rn--WOKII js 64 sjo pai 48 P 1035 a 1045 a 7aa 8aa 013 aai fcsj aa - yaj pm P P a a rrB 73 pa Kx Saata 135 H4s P4 50 p s 45 P pa An- d- MAYSVILLE BRANCH P ImllKx lin All II Itally 3a 1tii ImmiI fjtm CiriBKl Air IWlMc jatianim -a- jam-itte MlllerataalB l4iaapaa Part- - awum-aocok-- n txiai 515 a yST Kni uuiy tsiaa 6ppa ry cijm 8 ao P pa kh Xit Bx Kan mo tnai tqaa nao a a pa a Eiacilj fiat yi nff ant LOWEST PRICE 6111a 12 ioiij i4r iSP tjaOila Fmnm MsjaMlllc ii WHtnakam a Air Urn WarliiM Cbad taati ns a a 70 ao 35a K aa 1045 Lejrittfoa 19B a m Arrtv lftrakCaaB Bnsnt Maaa a tKltt XOTt Xca3 nu alallr lutwaxm avaaiaailitciuua i aaxl IxigloB K4M 2 aHl make nmuec Uma at VlttftWc trr tor pwlat- - mUicXX AM V Ky a4a aaIcaUiKoimnriHi hi LexingliMi IMroBTAlfT Trains f I hi nac wwaf atepart rravatail Mtalton fman llw loolral UMiuM yamimji Ciamiinali maklaiaorn wtetlaai far all pmrIi North Kaat ataat WC 1 Iv aa pa j MP JJ P 4 05 pa All this you can do by getting 6 a pa pa 6 your FALL and WINTER i4S pa pa Dr Plereoa Golden Medical Dtacorerr is the only medicine of its class that Is guar nnicca 10 oenent or cure all diseases for which recommended or 1 - iiiaaii tho rnonev raid for It will be promptly refunded Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors from the common pimple blotch or eruption to too worst Scrofula or blood poison salt rheurn or Tetter Eczema Erysipelas Fever sores Hip joint Disease Scrofulous Sores and Swellings Enlarged Glands Goitre or Thick Neck and Eating Sores or Ulcers Golden Medical Discovery cures Consump Â¬ tion which is Scrofula of the Lungs by its Invigorating wonderful blood - purifying and nutritive properties if taken in time Weak Lungs Spitting of Blood Short- Â¬ ness of Breath Catarrh in the Head Bron- Â¬ chitis Severe Coughs Asthma and kindred affections it is a sovereign remedy It promptly cures the severest Coughs For Torpid Liver Biliousness or Liver Complaint Dyspepsia and indigestion It la an unequaled remedy Sold by druggists 25 21 lr al null Eni M Fool mi hkwm JtfriCI- - US Charmlncty lUnstratad by a XltUa Story Told by Bob Bordette An Old Man found a EudoBoyup cno of his applcrtrees and desired tho young marauder to come down speak- Â¬ ing to him with pleasant words which are sweeter also than tho honeycomb I prefer to romain in tho Band wagon replied tho Boy who held tho Arc Tho Old Man then threatened hlrn with personal violence but tho young scrapegrace told him to go to grans as It was written In tho spelling book Then said tho Old Man whose patience was so 60on gone I will visit you with tho extremo ponalty Whereupon tho sauce- Â¬ of tho Law box tauntingly told him to go ahead and draw his bill mnd ho would soon see how much moat there was on a Tho Old woodchuck in December Maria nothing loth at onco engaged tho services of an Able and Learned Law- Â¬ yer who was also a Jurist and was distinguished in tho columns of tho lo- Â¬ cal press for his matchless Foronslo Eloquence while on his part tho Rude Boy by pledging a portion of tho fruit of tho Tree which ho occupied was able to secure for tho defense a Puro Mlnded and Honorable Coun- Â¬ selor whoso fair fame as an At- Â¬ torney and spotless reputation as a High Minded Advocate had never been called into question savo by those who had doallngs with him Tho Old Man who was Rightful Owner and was pos- Â¬ sessed of tho Tree by Descent Pur- Â¬ chase Escheat Alienation and For- Â¬ feiture had his claim Btrengtoncd by his Lawyer who put in additional claims as Riparian Owner Freeholder Tenant by Courtesy and Right of Dis- Â¬ covery In reply the Defendant tho Rude Boy merely put In a claim of Nak- Â¬ ed Possession and claimed Title by Oc- Â¬ cupancy Tho Old Man went for him on writs of OustcrTrespass Waste and Subtraction to which the R B re-Â¬ plied by charging Disturbance of Tenure Tho caso was called and put off and sot down and adjourned it was roforred to tho Master to tako Proof it wa3 Postponed decided and carried up it was reversed and remanded it was stricken from the Docket with leave to reinstate and withdrawn with loavo to amend it was argued in Chambors and surcharged for re- Â¬ joinder and was just on the point ot being rebutted for demurrer in Trover with misprision for alimony when tho Old Man died without issueleaving tho Rude Boy in possession His own At- Â¬ torney however requested him to come down to which tho Boy replied that ho had learned a little law1 himself by that time whereupon his It Is Ti laaay r Uac t oaaaaauai r aflamt I- - 1IIJ3JHOX K H BACMN Trav rw V Ant Trav Ilaw r LexltmaM Ky Onctanatt O B MOIWK tretal Paw Aat ClacinMaU 8 at M K HlSTIXUTON V Ir Maar K lUrhiootMl Ky IOBonsJiainlrof xmiicveree Build - ch TfcketK mM raantace Ch4Matd point taarod b a ntltnavd For fall Hartimuirk acMreM or call 4a any aa o WE MAWBILE BOOTS SHOES At HAURAt HATS CAPS COLLARS CUFFS Umbrellas and Rubber Goods K MILES TIE SHORTEST 8 Hours the Quickest BKTWKEN Inc Linciimall u Hsw and Original Designs OF AR I IS IIC ili and Kew Orleans TIME 27 HOURS ENTIHETKAINS COME AMD SEE IIS MO MATS IiAiCAiI CARS DAY COACHED WALLACE A I J RICE AND t LEEPEIlS Run Through Without Change In Granite and Marble Great Book Awav Advocatoremlnding him that a little learning was a dangerous thing took a large sized Rock of irregular shapo from his pocket knocked the Boy clear out of the orchard at the first shot and assumed Possession by Vil lalnago My name Is Dennis cried tho Dying Boy but I wonder why tho Old Man didnt do that Because replied tho High Minded Advocate ho had a chump of a Lawyer who didnt know how to play tho winning So saying cards when he had them ho took off all his clients clothes ex- Â¬ amined his teeth to see if they were filled and sold tho Cadaver to a medical studont with tho right of re version of tho bones to himself after tho student got through with him Thus do wo see that It Is easy enough to make an honest living at the practlco of the theory of law If you only know how to put tho kink in tho lariat Burdette in Brooklyn Eagle MODERN Mankind ported this 7car as Yandyld rod andj are especially beautiful in velvet and rich goods like those used in tho fam Â¬ ous portraits of tho Flemish painter Tho mo3t noteworthy featuro ol thd now materials and styles Is tho ten- Â¬ dency shown everywhere to elongated lengthwise effects Tho prevailing styles thus far exhibited aro a slmpll- ficatlon of tho directolre omitting its wearisome huge rovers cravats and wlng liko sido pieces and exag Â¬ gerating the sovcrlty of its gen Â¬ eral cut Tho fullness of tho shouldor is retained in tho sleeve but otherwise most of tho sleovos for resses are plain coat sloovos moderately close Tho and other full sleovos will no doubt remain popular for morning or nogll geo wcaf and for homo dresses and dinner costumes Panel effects of diN ferent kinds aro a leading feature of nearly all designs Scarf offecta also promise to bo popular and for this purposo importers recommend tho echarfe gown This is a plain gown made with smooth bodice A scarf of figured goods about eighteen Inches wide Is then put around tho neck shirred In place at tho shoulder seams and draped over tho front of tho bodlco on either side held close at tho waist lino In clusters of shirring and loft to fall plainly on cither sido to the foot of tho skirt Handkorchiofs effects in gowns which woro so popular several years ngo aro revived this season for simple dresses which are made with blouses and overlapping short pointed apron drapery over a plain skirt which Is bordered on tho edgo with tho handkerchief border and made so as to form a hollow box plait in tho center of tho front breadth up either side of which tho border extends Contrasts of two colors aro no longer considered elegant In wool and thoro aro only a few dresses Imported with trimmings of tho same tono of color Black velvet is considered tho most elegant contrast with all colors whethÂ¬ er brown blue or rod shades Nearly all the panels shown for combination with plain wools of various hues aro made up of black velvet striped or brocaded on a sicllienno or gros gralned back ground in a huge stripe varying from twelve to eighteen inches in width sot In a wool ground har Â¬ monizing with tho wool it is used with Thus a dark Vandyko rod camels hair is made up with a wido panel on tho left sido composed merely of a suc- Â¬ cession of lines of black velvet of widths varying from a mero line to a stripe eight inches wide on a rod surah background set Into wooL Theso panels aro occasionally imported in a walking-d- FULL OF FUN Before a tailor can collect his bills he has to sew for thero a 111 Tlf t iuio luiiuwuu arr iiiou yo ii uu fioon tao see us on tho Sawbeth Mr MacTartan I wull if Pra spared Oh aye gin yero deed well no ox peck ye Grip Inventor I would llko to got you interested in my Improved fly papor Capitalist What makes you think it will bo successful Be Â¬ Invontor cause Its gotten up in imitation of a bald head Life Mrs Brown Why dont you say Thank you Johnnio for that picco of Littlo Johnnio cake Cause you said you would lick mo If you hoard another word out ot mo tho whole evening N Y Sun Conductor what was that asked a nervous old lady as tho wheels of tho coach taade a littlo more jut1 than usual Wo wont ovor a few frogs ho roplled Most likely Just then squashed tho poor things too she said with a tromor in her voice IfAFiA I frTt MM iraiWTHE --K Ce-SK- 10 COMMANDMENTS IlTrar 7 8 9 10 -- Think Carefully and buy from us Decide Wisely The Bost is the Cheaiteet Act Immediately When Bargains am OgfattL Pta 216 W V x Work Diligently Until You Reach Deal Honestly Is OurMoUo Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not ibiw Us Buy Frequently If You WouW Pleae Us Sell Reasonably Has Ever Bcii Our Aiu PAY PROMFTLY Is Our Earnart Reqtiait 0r WE CARRY NONE BUT THE- - Follow the TEN COMMAJIENrS they will MlUmately leal j 3 to success and and make us happy nml as our stock is not large we ate Grubbs Mornln Mr continually rctiewine it and therefore Jenks I want a gallon of olL Mr DKAUSRS IN our stock it ALWAYS FRESH We Jcnks tho grocer Yosm whito oil I suppose a3 usual No I guess ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE Ill hov somo midnight oil of youve WOODENWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS got enny My boys homo from col BUY lego and ho said hcd havo to burn Blncksmitbs and Wagon Makers Tools and Material some Time ami in consequence our prices are Wibblo Of all tho nervy men I ALL KINDS ol METAL ROOFING and GUTTKRIXCr think young Wagwoll takes the cake FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS Wabble Whats tho matter with Wagwoll Wibblo He proposed to HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS a deaf and dumb girl some time ago FANOY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC Lir and now ho is suing for breach of Give us one trial nnd you will promise on tho ground that silence LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND US gives consent Torre Hauto Express Ui convinced Owner of Racing Horso looking HAGAN CI1ENAULT closely at scales Williams you aro 29 a trifle ovor weight Cant you lighten yourself a littlo Williams tho 1 Richmond Kv July 10 18S9 jockoy Got on my lightost suit sir Aint ett a bite to day and avo just trimmed my finger nails Owner Well go and got shavod Chicago Mrs Harpers Bazar BEST GrOOBS r anioruasfl Exceedingly Low BE ACEELFOED GETTEY A D RUFF aATca Tribune Given 110 5IILES THE SHORTEST 7 HOUKS TIIK QUICKEST 1IKTWEEN DISEASES g 1 off Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida TIME 28 HOUIIS Tho Only Line Km i inn I hiouxli fcjJtMIS Jnr rillclHIIHll III Javk- MHivillf Without Change t - Mffll i3i Way Aarae yea Beedt cry about Mr Lse HI I ealy SaM ilra AHea was a very wetl lafirmed wsaa and I wbbed joa woWfBw aacr exasuile Yea and laaf t week yea eaad ea Has Lee wiehed I could awaace to look as rtjHi as iare AUeB acd siae aaakn all her owb ctoUMe Bat the has what I han at What is that J Mr Lee Well efae ana all of her iaforBva Mas Las ttoB f ron the Maca iac they take I aaaik tfcit Mae knows all that is going on and is bratat and eaacrtauUag in conversation bat I coald do as well as We does if 1 had the same fouree of aaforaafjoo She lent aw the last namber of ber Maaa me lately and I learned more in one bears Raasag aboat varioin social matters and the tpic-- of the day than I would pack ap in araoath by my ooeaekmai caaU with friends It eertaiBly torers every topic of icterect from the sen s of THESHORT1 INE HMttM JUNCTION CITY TO CUAITANOOaA BIItM INGHAM MERIDIAN JACKSON VIUKSBURG MOBILE CfniitiiHi MmJ IeItwtm Willi SotKlMTiiat imJ IVxns Pacific for rivitie New Or- - irst Class LOWSSr WiiriRiisbii AND WNSI3ISNT PSX3S We Irnve h hkrKv4 trntle in lVlral Keutmdky h1 ttarttnt Htii faetiott for irieen mimI infiritix beior e ordcriii hiijt all le of work WM ADAMS SOX ImixrtHH the day down to the details of housekeeping sad everything is so beachfally HlaMnrted toe Bvery tane Mamie goes over to the Aliens she eawaes back and teaaca roe to get yoa to take liDtaoreeCa FanUly Mazatane a the eteries are ee Red KTen th- - bojs watch for it every month as a pace is found for them sk o In Ha pages and Mr ADen eweara by It It is really wonderful how K ndts every member of the family I Ma Lie Well pernagIhdbetterseadfora SeectaeaOopy for if it - anything like what you Texas Mexico 12 California Jlnurs Quieker than any other Line Direct Uamiiectimi Made at Shreveporl with Texas anil Paoific Ry wIiIhhiL Traiibrer fr gWnt tla -- eaykifitwillaaiaw lndinrtrncJ tbeboleof as IS IiKXINOTON Kv Mas Lee I see that W Jeaaincs Deraorest the paWisher iut 4th Ptreet Sew York is to mad a Specimen Copy for 10 cents so eertar low anything as each Bsmber coatalaa we can t a laera Order1 entitlng the holder to any lattern she may choose and in any size which atone makes each copy worth 30 cents and I jaet want a jacket pattern like Mrs Allens The tabacnpnoB prire is only J2 00 a year and I mart say I cant see how they can pabtUh ss lca t a Mas doe for so little doner Nothe m Tesas Mesico California and tie West aTKr IUte Trav Im Majw c ailtliess KKAKK W WOO LEY ArL Lexinglon Ky D G Edwahiis Gen Pass Ar O r O S DAUHETr Trav Pass Agl JhnttaiiiMiga Tenn J C OAUifl GenK toxr 6 Cincinnati Fonsycars at vj Coui Mare net X lh u as ssssisaw at forms of accidents of disease are only Speriuacrrlia jasak a IrrjHjtency indirect causes inducing such failure ai Mini etovei im a tMrwt fscU atwuc ia mm v Heart failure Is not a disease but tho r t immtt lam fm Xci rtnHMM 8ai Waim - tmtfmt rmtt I citeiv liub Aren W- i f tripbt Pffrtbe jirmm Ptr ODsreiai eay8g8ElucNTvoESY result of disease and thoro Is nothing 4 mi now about It whatever Whon ap- Â¬ if Xcnail ISw 4WWfc4mg f J4ava -- pery airfiaryT Cu saeri 5es Dnsnczs Collie iii the World rs - 1iMx t to organic cr functional diseases Ifa-i- jrcilnl over all plied Hta- rnaI Golil GLEET r aSST it art o eat la 01 nrtfl ntiHon forSyatemof of the heart it may have some signifi- Â¬ EFVi3ZZ TwaiMaw MvnatiOH TVrnf mmt th anl atffue Jniuaf bMdh cwaL year Neirl 111 sii Jen 1 in aandaneeihe past ISjOSO cance but such a general term had best m m actaii i a foreign toanlnes i toaflMiMf4M- - ftlXl - f tAwm be used only in a very general sense -- be Pcpalar Xizuj between m9f mwki ia gwl rt dL IJ Teachers eaIOT1d urrtantrt a 7 maip fv mw CUf VIII MiaA fMtTIMU 1lbC l U t WHV aer3o i Coti Hh rlnvai sjJ -- rl3taf Bonl mnierdal Notwithstanding the wails of tho pes- Â¬ M VltX IM C enn tnsblu O ijvih iltin1isiT 1 uallaJnJnt8lorlHan-na-Ja- a simists IndiaDapolis 4Ta4arW tWs r ll mankind ore steadily improvÂ¬ Cures Gixar utAteed in sll Cctos jvtt- - Ki i aaeaa 1raerLAFAYETTE end c lTCaaMtorFlH tltaa1 ing in bodily strength and vigor Even i do rta prummmlkW en jwaitXasaiaVan cW 4 ItrM W-i liihloo blatlmerv ami iwuCiura1 prei CtMff HiaaJMii II04 I i n lTill aifaoaia n XaMiort the immenso consumption of patent ore medicines falls to stop the improve- Â¬ luan I Tfa- - v 7 Jn iihJ Trlrcrnpliyrooms W rUuirt Train BCI 71KCS3 VWuet ftisft I m aitat COTTXSEUOVt PRIVATE Mn fatr li zn or anl ffVI6fmmt entttiMHf aW - Ja4a SieriT Ci3 sad Eleirant 31o ifl i isrra iiat ar PoMneM ment a fact which goes to prove tho -- lor IuSlea 1m tt i R r r s Or rain SuuHJ M tr F W ti Ccjb oa2ilcttDralz8 uoicp Cl Xur pro Uiea haatt fM- Ladv IT fw a- - v general absence of any medical qual- Â¬ ri i JI8dfi4ent Parl r Cnra o- Day Trairuu cart7 I r r- ilir5 pi r - 1 nasioa Unter ities whatever in theso preparations now fI lla1 IxlKKloraKy Tho average length of life Is greater C T WELLS M7-- -Z F IJ CAKR WIXJSVU 9 2S and the standard of bodily health higher than ever before and If it wero and Kailway Elj Foxr not that medical and sanitary skill now J A G WILLIAMSON preserves for a life of imperect health - ti Waafr I cvta a aaaaiu uae Tterhnlvr SeTng Cara rHnan CITY KNC1NKGK ra many persons who in former times LmraH t j arM vA Cai all ran 9wmb - - Haxiira Ifcnmeh Civil Engineer and Surveyor would have succumbed to tho first at- Â¬ a vwwn viwnBnaw aua bw tack of disease the standard would bo ejtrnt Rgcllnlng Chair Cars Surveys made f r Rallwaji Tuni even higher In tho works of old lllkpfl ItoadwHys Iiimnteaiiveii c writers thero aro many passagesjwhich Cine ILL Farm draiiije Town Lirtu laid off - a nrtMW show that a man was considered old I t T it C aJ V TT KhBrt HaM GENERAL LAND SURVEYS and past his prime at forty while now C nr ocHousRooKnlngrChalrCars Linirt-trao-i- l lBl atlenihin given at that ago one is in tho very height arrwarK Ouly a t qwnrn rnsn lh Court lioue In t4HgrMiillisMl ii of of his powers There may be more majH ami H lib ssd Yam dont havn to einl away out in fit diseases now than formerly but thero rms and otlier land the depot vu tuft Miicltcl uitli parties interested is less disease and a vastly greater 1 In furvevti of lands in mountain coun Â¬ knowlodge of how to avoid it or when cie 4 Jra afit ties of Kentucky attacked to bring it to a favorable IT r Marl 4 are aa itatfa Lines rromee City Hall IUehniondKy termination Popular Science News a - rcrianwa aai w SB bootanraat lc EASES Onr all forzas f PRIVATE CHRONIC and SESUAIi SiS JLjU J roarth BeLThrd iftcJ paaet nnhrtr plnoJ mmA k caltT BIB faaiU OrWCrnVm W1M iiaj Che k jaFWj A II 2 - Va Steadily ImproTlnc In Bodily Strensth and Vlor It Is a fact beyond dispute that tho man of the present day is stronger healthier and less liable to attacks of disease than in any preceding age There are no mora real diseases than there were a hundred years ago but with our Increasing knowledge wo aro ablo to obsorvo differences not then noted and to separato Into distinct diseases each roouiring different treat- Â¬ ment certain affections which woro formoriy grouped together under ono general name Pneumonia for in- Â¬ stance was rarely heard of in former times but lung fever was none tho less fatal and oven more to bo dread- Â¬ ed in the absence of any rational method of treatment Bofore the gen- Â¬ eral use of tho microscope rmd chem- Â¬ ical reagents for testing the urine diabetes Brlghts disease and many others were not thoroughly differen- Â¬ but woro called by tho tiated general name of kidney trouble and were just as common as In theso mod- Â¬ ern times whon safo and infallible cures aro advertised for sale at every drug store The forms of brain dis Â¬ ease accompanied by paralysis wero in existence long before tho term paresis was introduced into the medical vocab- Â¬ ulary and the victim of alcoholic de- Â¬ mentia is not favored with the sight of any more zoological curiosities than his predecessor who merely had tho common jim jams Heart failure is tho latest term of this sort omployed to indicate the cause of death and is a most unfortunate one It really has no meaning at all for the failure of tho heart to do its work alway3 occurs nt the end of life It may be said that death Is always caused by the failure of either tho heart or lungs to perform their duties and that tho various f li a AP- 1 aaa noZ-h- -- fi mm 1 aciiiaatl CM W- Mercan-tllM-r- e CHIOACS -- n- O I -- U fir r Cincinnati iiwullstLn ATWS St Louis ru iri ni i-- -- GT WELLS 0 innati and Peoria ThOiljGnlYiril Ton fcitV ftrc fIi -i- m sraoor Eitt Trxirjtr rrr Oirrpi-ixnid-etie- e In y9tMynMwi Soft Coal and Anlbracite tifteH Ht fl- - at any Tfcr ct OAce C I St I n Tiaana a aaaae -- iaifctatuwaa licxct Iir rnwi a c a aHHTT JOHM iiHaliaia1 STYLES FOR AUTUMN ECAMUejr4Tttlgent Nut and Lump Goal Now Hext t pnaMw 17- - MHRISOKDMILLSR i 2lllrt IRTIKE STRKBT Myers iM luuiber J aril Pratibt ieriau IlillN ll ala Jlvery I11M 11 Iawet lry u- Saeaand C to whom unusually Will Soon Supplant Ganxy iaiccrai vrcrms Fabrics That Mull and Xaoes will be Given to Tho first woolens imported for au- Â¬ intinduce our new booV mmmmi Mothers SCS19 BIBLE BRILLIANTS j success of the ear and tfmietlmit entirely sew in the book line Royal finet of Fire I0TICE TO CBEDIT0BS1 paper Qwario tape 320 illustrations 6S large lull page z of them prmll in ninv colors rcUil pncconlv Si ro ShOtllWilS Will AK parsAm IiwJeUeal in W B Wliitn bo sold f cr Hcliaay Prcstats Those ate wre Hutifled to Call at moe nnd first in the field will reap a harvest Act teitle witlmut furilier nrUH ir cost quick or you will mis it Tisnc Prampttr- - OARPBTS XAID IN J R BDRNAM C M C C 17 18 FINS STYLE JGStWm a CaH 24- 6 21 Cincinnati Ohio KrxT Door PtMt OOot ti 7 TrrBZiLS 00 The greatest Furniture Repairing TJPHOLSTBBING Oxnj tumn wear aro light weight camels hairs and cashmeres Theso goods jire to bo found in dull rich new colors like dark oldroso or laurel red in tho greens of last season ranging In blue serpentine hues and In tho gray green reseda colors and In yellow greens like mousse Cappeo color called this season condor from tho plumago of the hideous South Ameri Â¬ can bird is shown in several shades ranging from a pale tint almost as light as ecru to the deepest luetalio coppsrnue Rust red colors are im- - show and now his name is Denis Say William said his young wife who writes for the papers my correspondence has grown so vol- Â¬ uminous that I havo resolved to em- Â¬ traveling through Virginia and lost ploy a type writer An excolont his way Coming to a log cabin ho Idea Julia said her husband There drove up to mako Inquiries A negro was a very pretty girl down at our of- Â¬ shortly made his appearance It was fice this morning seeking employment in tho days of slavery wearing a bat- Â¬ as a type writer and I havo no doubt tered hat a red cravat and an old she would suit But Interrupted dross coat ragged and threadbare but his wife I hnve already engaged a adorned with now brass buttons comely young man for tho position I Ho knew Mr Thomas W certainly think a young man is moro export ho did and ho reckoned I had como than a young woman dont you about four miles out of my way But No er that is yes of course But no matter ho could show mo a straight tho tono In which It was said showed road a short cut that his reply was not in accord with How far is it from here his thoughts N Y Ledgor Oh taint far sar A ROBBERS GOOD DEED How far do yon think Well massa I spec I spec look- Â¬ Bo Glres Up Ills Chance nf Kuril po to Uelri a Woman In Distress ing at my horse I spec massa of How strangely the good and bad In- Â¬ you goes do way sar dat I shows you termingle in tho breast of man is strik- Â¬ sar I reckon itll tako you ingly shown by tho train of circum- Â¬ How far is it how many miles stances attending the recapture of How many miles sar Ha massa Smith tho train robber who is await Â¬ I dont zackly rockon I ken toll you not clsely sar how many miles it is ing trial In tho county jail at Prescott CaL In March last he in company not zackly clsely sar with threo others robbed tho eastern How Is that you dont what I dont zackly rockon I ken givo bound Atlantic and Pacific express nt you de direction oxciso about do miles Canyon Diablo and a month afterward aftor ono of tho longest ohases on rec- Â¬ sir Oh but how many miles do you ord tho party woro captured by Sheriff ONell and posso In Utih While on think it is Is it two miles Yes sar as tho road is new I the return trip to Arizona Smith tink it Is jest about two milca Doys effected his escape by jumping from a car window on tho Atchison Topeka long ones dough I reckon Santa Fe while the train was rapidly Long ones Then its moro than descending tho Raton mountains in two miles Yef sar I reckon its four or five New Mexico He at once struck out for Texas tak Â¬ miles ing horses wherever tho opportunity Four or five four or five long ones presented and riding as long as they or short ones do you mean O n tho after- Â¬ to I doan zackly know sar wedder were ablothe carry him In tho noon of day they is short ones or long ones sar Pan Handle ninthVernon whllo Smith dis- Â¬ near but I reckon youll find em middlin covered a woman aimlessly wandering long I spec youll bo about two hours over the prairie and recognizing tho foo you be done gone all the way to fact that she must be lost or in trouble Massa Ws ho rodo up and accosted her Sho In- Â¬ Olmsted followed the indefinite formed him that sho had been lost two Mr darkys directions and naturally days during which time sho had gone enough soon found himself bewil- Â¬ without food Knowing that in her dered worso than before Youths emaciated condition sho could not pos- Â¬ Companion sibly survive much longer without as- Â¬ sistance Smith the escaped train rob-Â¬ A Wrens Requiem ber fleeing though ho was to escapo A few months ngo I was spending trial for a crime the ponalty of which eomo time with friends in the south- Â¬ was death and still carrying on each ern part of Illinois During my stay leg his broken shackles bethought him an incident occurred which astonished of a wind mill he had passed somo mo not a little It was on an early eight miles back and putting tho morning that I was awakened by a woman on his horse conducted her to twittering outside my window Look- Â¬ It Ho loft her and riding along tho ing out I saw two curious festoons wire fence that inclosed tho wind mill hanging from the silL and apparently for five or six miles until ho discov- Â¬ in motion It was in fact two semi- Â¬ ered tho camp of the men employed circles composed of twenty or thirty to keep It in repair ho informed them little wrens clinging together with of tho womans condition They at foot and wing They hung thero for onco saddled and although tho night about two minutes twittering mourn- Â¬ was nearly gone started at onco for fully all the while then suddenly as tho wind mill nnd found tho woman if by common consent they broke a young school teacher weak but loose and flew away Going out short- Â¬ still alive and at onco brought her to ly afterwards I found a dead wren di- Â¬ a place where she was cared for At rectly under tho window from which daylight the sheriff and posso in pur Â¬ tho strange festoon had hung It suit of Smith met the same men and looked as though tho affectionate littlo finding from their account and de- Â¬ creatures had been singing a dirgo scription in which direction the fugi over their dead friend Upon consult- Â¬ tivo had gone pursued him ing one who has mado tho natural his- Â¬ Before high noon they had over- Â¬ tory of birds a life study I learned taken him and Smith the train-robbthat this was --jailed tho wrens re-Â¬ who less than twenty four hours quiem and Is an established fact before bad turned from his way to though rarely seen Humane Journal succor an unfortunate woman was shot from his saddlo whllo resisting an Indians in North Carolina arrest which ho might havo preventÂ¬ ed by avoiding tho delay and observa- Â¬ Tho Government school at which is good the children of tho Eastern band of tion so entailed The storydoubtless enough to have a moral but Cherokee Indinns aro educated is at Is jail awaiting trial Cherokee on Yellow Hill in Swain Smith who in tho account of it fails to C and is very interesting for his llfo on County N dlscovor It St Louis Post Dispatch to visitors Tho Society of Friends a l Not Quite Smart Enough established the school in 1883 and now bavo charge of it There aro Tho following story comes from eighty pupils Theso are taught me- Â¬ Georgia A youug man living in ono chanical work by tho principal and of tho dry counties killed a largo rat- Â¬ seven assistants Thoro are during tlesnake and just as ho did so tho the fall and winter months two other Savannah Amerlcus Montgomory schools in the reservation entirely for train rolled into tho station Ho no- Â¬ Indian pupils In Swain County are who was a pasÂ¬ 1603 Chorokees and thoro aro 500 ticed that his father of and ho in the counties of Macon Gra-Â¬ senger had a bottle So brandy others ho got tho rat wanted somo of it ham Jackson and Cherokee Thero tlor are possibly some 200 or 300 in North on took his pockot knlfo cut a gash his hand and ran to tho father ex-Â¬ Georgia and East Tennessee Their claiming Sco here I killed him capital Is Yellow HilL tho residence of Tho fond bit or Charles Smith their But ho sawmo and Til die tho blood dripping from tho parent chiof The office is elective and tho looking at Indians voto for chief every four years boys hand nod without tho wound forced tho bottlo into tho and every two years voto lor council sons mouth poured all the brandy men Thero aro twenty of tho latter for a one for each 100 Indians Baltimore down his throat and then sent doctor Tho boy was soon stupidly Sun drunk and when the doctor arrived ho An experienced shoemaker says looked at the wounded hand then at that to allow newly mado shoos to tho dead snako and quietly said JNo stand for a week adds double that tlmo snake ever bit that hand Why Its a deep gash and cut with a knife too to their life Ho is not poleonetlfrom snake blto but An Akron plumber found sixteen he is dead drunk and forcing a strong dead rats in a house which tho owner ermetidown him the wise old doctor said smelt of sewer g9Jtu left Washington Capital INDEFINITE Uow a Colored Man Enlightened a Trav eler la Search or Information Mr Frcdorick Law Olmsted was SOMEWHAT -er Tsa-la-to-- botherin about hipnotiz Its just a name theyve got for rhoumatiz tho kind that turned your Uncle Jabes hip out o jnt Texas Sittings Manager No wo havo not got that mlserablo fakir Ruskln with us this season thank Heaven Tho njnn was no good on earth Critic Why I thought you told me last medley of colors In old German tapes- Â¬ year that he was tho coming comediManager Well try cross stitch patterns of birds and an of America ho was while ho was with our com- Â¬ flowers Chicago Times pany but ho has gouo with another new fangled Â¬ Ambitious Daughter I wish I could find something more about this Mattor-of-fa- ct new science of hypnotism Mothor Well now Lizbcth do tend to that ohurhln an not bo RODBS DAL E L jjiroaMRtf WHR RsaROta fi JV6 Ja THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET NONE WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLB ELSE NEED APPLY I S JL wenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Will lie sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars easli balance In ii merits of 150 on Saturday of each week to be pahl to Dr V G- - White H Ik will reeeit for them tary or the Richmond B L Corporation I No interest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expirat 14 months from dute of sale thereafter 6 per will be charged on th i By this method parties can buy and pa r r chase money remaining unpaid a good lot at a small price on easy term without interest ami free ot city taz II HA LEU IN Any young man In Richmond can buy one or more of these lots and pay f without feeling the burden In the very near future this property will be w Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and much more than it is now selling at The city is rapid I v extending in that For further Informal n rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale Pluted warp etc Special on W G White E-- W Wiaaixs or Stkphex D Pakihsii Richmou 1 48- attention given to 2 IKIIiraUEKU cnt -- -- FETTINQ DIAMONDS rrAOQTjAnrnD AND OTHER PKECIOUS STONES MUCH VALUABLE with the ceographt or the copstht wm obtadt OP THIS MAP OP ISTOEMATIOH rBOM A STUDZ Promptly Cash 625 done ami in u workmanlike manner Paid for Old Gold and Silver lo Dont turret the place next door the Post otlke Richmond Kv jtin Mf Finen Carriages NEW BUGGIES NEW FH2ET0NS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SDRRIES NEW SULKIES PACIFIC RAILWAY ROGK ISLSHB Including main lines branches and extensions Bast and West of t Missouri Elver To aU pointa East Korth and Northwest fro ra Kan City to Rock Island Davenport Do3 Moines Chicaffo and via AL3 7 LEA EOUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthlnston Sioux Pallo n tbp town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening- towna sad cjlties it is nLouia CincinSt converlCr short direct route In connection wit lines from points Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern Kansas City it also constitutes THE GHQIIGQ My vehicles are nil new mid of the very Iatet patterns They are for sale on the most reasonable termi If you want a vehicle come ami see me and ou wont r home without one 5- - THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER world - JOHN DONELPON tho speediest and sections in Kans ia to transportation to and txom all cities towns EecliningChair Cars betwoe i orado and the Indian Territory FREE Kansas City and CaWweU Hutchinson and Dodge City and Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson -- Canning and sraaiagr It traverses vast areas of the richestpopular and economicallands In the system o forming most Leading all competitors in splendor of asqulpment cool in surrtmerv warrcc by steam from the locomotive in winter well ventilated and free from cut leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily on arrival of trains from the nnd Southeast with elegant Day Coaches PuUxnanPatace Sleepers ani CHANun FREE EecUning Chair Cars EDNNING THHOUOH WITHOUTunporta-i- - o only at Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo making stops Dining Colorado Superb Hots atac stations in Kansas andCity and St Joseph ruraiah deJcioua nea venient stations west of Kansas MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAK3 ts i at seasonable hours end at moderate prices THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORiTE TOURIST LINE Cascade To Manltou Pikes Peak the Garden of the Gods camps Green Mountain and ctttes sanit 7 parka mining Idaho Springs Falls the mountain of Colorado resorts hunting and fishing grounds and scenic attractions improveme Its Vestibule Express Trains are equipped with everymodern enloymen and luxurious safety convenience comfort that can add tocloso connections at terminal cities in Colorado in union Thoy also make Depots with the Denver and Bio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacuic Denvor Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging lines For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copies of the Western Tra- Ossued monthly or further desired Information address JOHN SEBASTIAN E ST JOHN A General Hinaer CHICAGO II1 BRYANT Jlook Keeptna Short Hand TelrvTapfivJtc Ilrife for Catalogue and full information ft STRATTON Business Gollege I E SfV AfllClfll taaVWIW W Icaaahalik a Z dmn VlllliP portnlt SaleIf r UlUb ua of ef a TI Ohto ixAbU thraa aatt often SJO A da IT ILUAXKUOi Siraed fa- William Ktla Ilarriabvrr Writra I bat MTrr known anything to Oka jvnt aRmm 1 ateniy 1 took rdtra esawfh te W J K- Ipay mo orer ttS uangor tte whim -- i an order for tout lAam at mmmmmmVfHIttBKQ3Zttmmmt air ci7 booa AVhMi fit U often aa nraclvaa 9 --SO or a alar la daj rork-Otben art dorqua aa well tmmmmmmWSnHJmJ tarsi paa io BEhBk9m39vbw catfrom tkrtr Utter pra x a illlfaj a Ererr on wko take hoidof til mod ba tneu pi Ira prantt protia c I 20 a mo - th Co bow h IL C albam A11CA write VTas at work o a tans for a U fr HI RESIDENCE FOR KI1EMAETEI Having taken a thorough course i3 c Kindergarten under Miaa Ad Lexliigtou IPfftMl FEffVBtP llMuk reader T Write torn and leant allaboetlt focrocneLC TV y w will aim yna If rodo1 dtlar Milt raatartincin eaontry If ran notkerret -- hal of mi N vcar part taka bold ron wlil be eMet pi k np cold faf OF read On account of forcnt taanafM tarrr a aala ten reto batokl atollnr IMiotocrnpla Alliums CrtnUrtm SUk Tclret lor B Z rack Uooftd la Eopla ChannLarl decorated iaaldea Hantotaret albma la tko j world Larreat fiU Grrateat tannine over known A prat wanted Liberal trrma IMr RMmrTforastnta Any on cab Bella itaclf on atgkt l Hlo r no aacccaaial aemt a botn neccaaarr Wberrrer ahown erefy ooowa ti toar Ulkinf cImm Areata taka ttwntanda of order with rapidity aavrr Aarat aro lpfre known Great proSl await crery worker Yoa reader Ladcamakaaf mach aa men maklaf fortune Fall Uloraiatloa and terms free cAtiA wall a any on to tboao wba writ for aamr wltk patfciealariand trrroi for oar After yoa know all F ntHy Diblaa Book and Periodical farther why no harm is doa alwald yea coactad to Addrtsa 10 C ALLEN 4 COn ACOCJTA aUXXt Shall wc start YOU in this business KtI 12OCOttk r 14 21 o xoEEEci5rE a sohmii at my ltme h Third Fir e The undersigned offers at private sale A largaa and waaH WHflllateil room w I the new and beautiful two atory frame built eenlJly for tlu purpose residence situated on West Main street le further liafaTatalMii npplv For next to Dr Fosters residence This Miss LOITLA BRONSTON building which is conceded to be the 6- SWN Third Street most beautiful frame house in Madison county was erected last spring contains seven large airy rooms kitehen four hails stoie room bath room eight closets ve- Â¬ FSB SILL randa in front rear porch and good eel lar good cistern new buggy and coal house fine stable and all other necessary improvements The lot is We wish llprteHtelv 51 W I Is J 70x260 Feet Well Drained good lilue KrtiiJfibuid In Mdiu c ami tj ou Four Mlit rtal and Ford Olter creek pi he mile from Ford I also offer for sale privately the follow NEW COTTAGE OF 4 R00HS ing described property SALE I wM open On Monday Seemlier 9 89 SILL Fffl Two lw and Lots in Ittcbmoxid Ky ifc him kitchon anil porch Smeke boce and other bouses 0mh1 well at dx r springs for stek Young on hi I jr choice frails 8- - The two storv frame dwelling No 324 on Second street is situated in a beautiful residence I hnve pnreliiiJed the property of Ihe six rooms portion of the city and contains a kitchenhall above and below 88 Id Jompauy and will keep on baud two story back porch and nice storu room M of the bet varietjea of attached Good cistern stable and all necessary improvements Lot is 60x200 JBTPIRVINE ii For Please Read hJ street No Aa aaaauia akaar kitchen back porch auu aaaaa nh i Thejnrd Neay if ncces Perona da cistern and otherstoreroom and veran iawchlHe el Ibis tys wH please ive improvements LjJ desiring to haul tljir own coal will 13 tOX-aO feat with street in Iroat andjerder at the aisn Fl1 street not have to crow the1 railroad alley in rear J F srovt I respectfully request a liberal pat Â¬ DaThis property 8 It Is sold only by order net ronage of tile citizen of both county Address GEO H 3tLTCBESlt keptfy etoek J I and city 13 15 18 BRvSSSTON s 40 COAL 38 feet - The Singer MHnfaeUirlng Company is bulkiluR meitkie with Hn Pwriable 00OTA3 on Orchard AUacbmeBt P2 This has three roam adapted for htvaMt travelers 4c J I jtotMLW -- Baia JJSfcyafc LJJ jLIJaWIWTrO i l aVg rriaFHwWffWlljM - ffgSCTSgSmBaJaSf ftdmWWmmt fgfmWgmTrAr if t rJKJB