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SjfianiSaPTgnTa r iSa1g fll Vffygau VOLUME ATTORN IV HUMPHREYS Dogs i Ssgs I1I 8 RICHMOND IN ROBBERS OUT Masked Highwaymen Relieve the Paclfla w THE COMMONWEALTH i 11 fflwj i nriiSHJJa jf3Vt rT r ii egvgP TSy NUMBER 10 MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 1890 FATAL WRECK An Engine Crashes Into a Depots Killing Two Boys The Iron Horse Then KILLED BY A FLY A Case That Is Unparalleled In Medical Science Maggots Devour the Throat of a Woman the Virtim lrlng Literally A BURNAM TTORXE1S A T I A 11 FIFTY FIKST CONGRESS First Session WAsmsoTON Aue ation of tae tariff bill was resumed the pend- lng question being Mr Plumbs amendment of fercd Saturday to paragraph 111 page 7 tore duce the additional duty on iron or stce hoops cat to lengths for baling purposes from two The tenths to one tenth cent lcr pound Mr McPherson amendment was rejected moved to amend the paragraph ly making tho cent ad duty on iron or steel hoops fifty valorem Instead of one cent one and one lcntb and ono and three fnths cent per poun 1 cent Rejected Paragraph II as to railway bars was at the siggestion of Mr McPherson allow- Â¬ ed to pass over for tho present No amendment was made to paragraph 130 HorSE The House proceeded to the consid Â¬ eration of the conference report on tho sundry civil appropriation bill After a brief debate In the course of which Mr Dockery of Missouri predicted a deficiency of between twenty and twenty clsh million dollars In tbe revenues of the Government darin- - the current flcal yearl the conference report was agreed to and a fur11 H SVETERIHARiSPECinCS Fsr Earses Cattle Shoe First 3- RlHM vn Office j No - KtMlCKY - turUHUiH Building HI A A K SULLIVAN A TTORXET A T LA W Kl NTteKY Htreat Mime iui formerly c-M-ii ItMiller - - POWKLL a ttornet - ar la w Spinal Meningitis vj ilk Fever li it M ruins Lameness If lit uiuullsm Iislcnyer Naacl itlschnrgcs Worms Dll fluis or EK tI OiiLbs lrnbs Pneamonia Ileuves olic or tiripes Bellyache Fl liscnrriajre flcmerruuites It II I riuury and Kidney Diseases 1 Eruptive Diseases Manse Diseases or Dice lion Paralysis Shorn- - DcUlc iover SO dosesX UO stable rase with Srcdficsi Manual Vi terlnary un- oil and Uedlcavor TOO Jar Veterinary ore Oil 100 AHD POULTBT BooU nu Treat Pan and Chart fjeut mm t of Animals Free FcTcrsConcCHtiu us Inflammation tt 1 laten Alive tf Jv - RliHMOXD - KrNllCKY Sold b7 Dnwrista or Sent Prepaid aaywherj and in any quantity on Receipt of Price Humphreys Medicins Co 109 Fulton St H Y and Street HTaIPEI3YS EOSIEOrATHIC DENTAL 8URGKRY SPECIFIC Ho m UTtU n- f Q WILKES SMITH DBNTAL SURGEON Kkntlcky Rkhmond A - Ji veanL Nervous tl Teonly pcoaaafnl rmeiir far Debility vitsi Weakness 60 pi1 Scuc- - ih Bn Ming Main Street 1011 la 4KP M niteil todeulMry - Office S- - ALL RECORDS BROKEN With the change of time taking effect May iS 1S70 J C MORGAN RICHMOND uflce D S KENTUCKY 1 3- The Solid Vestibule Trains OF THE Main Street over Madison National Mrs Anna Beatty who lived with hor familv in Rav View Wi died a most horriblo death Tuesday evening About two weeks ago a fly got into ono of hor nostrils and it was some time before she was ahlo to remove it and when she did an itching sensation re- Â¬ mained and her nose and throat began to swell She became alarmed and a week ao Sunday a physician was called Sineo that tlmo Mrs lleatty had been suffering in a manner almost indescribable and the doctors say a sim- Â¬ ilar case is unknown to medical scicneo It is stated that soon after she was tak- Â¬ en maggots sick were discov- Â¬ ered in here nose and throat and for several days Mrs Beatty had been unablo to swallow any thing like food Her death was the cause of having been lit-Â¬ erally eaten up by maggots She died in the greatest agony and her affliction was a puzzle to tho doctors Ppon ex- Â¬ amination of the body it was found that tho partition of her nose was gone a hole had been eaten through the roof of the mouth the soft palate had disap- Â¬ peared and the throat was frightful KLBY W BURGIN D EXTIST - Big Four Route Kenticky caten INDIAN UPRISING American and Canadian Indians Take Pos Â¬ session of Garden Island In Minnesota and Threaten Violence A telegram from Rat Portage Ont says that Canadian and American In- Â¬ dians have taken possession of Garden Island sixty five miles from Rat Port ago in Lake of the Woods Minn and ordered tho fishing companies to va Â¬ cate within four days The princi- Â¬ pal company there is the Baltimoro Packing Company which owns a 15 000 plant employing about forty men and catches 400000 pounds of fish each season for supplying the companys branch houses in St Louis Denver Minneapolis St Paul Ogden and Salt Lake City The telegram was delayed in reaching Minneapolis and the four days expired on the 14th before help Governor Merriam could be rendered has been appealed to and troops will probably be sent out Tho companys manager there who is familiar with tho fishing country fears tho Indians may in addition to destroying the fishing plants massacre tbe men in charge Lake of the Woods is far from the In- Â¬ dian reservations and it is not yet known what caused the uprising Farmers Units The Ohio Farmers Convention held at Columbus was numerically an im- Â¬ Every county in tho mense success State with two or throe exceptions was represented and it was the largestgath oring of tillers of the soil ever seen in tho State The report of tho Commit- Â¬ tee on Officers of the Farmers Union was reported as follows and adopted President S II Ellis Warren County vice president W II Likins Carding ton secretary Angus McDonald Marion County treasurer F S Wolcott Huron County executive committee J II Hrigham Miller Parvis C S Edwards T E Smith and Ira Smedes Ohio - r Palnce formerly occupied ly Pry Goods Store on lr tas Will be scheduled so as to provide the best and quickest service ever offered let ween the J W CKEKD D D YSVILLM KEX TUCKT hi NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST run Kluiie ti 1 residence Everything 47- tiie irofelon The Southwestern Limited The finest train in America equipped with an Elegant Dining car Service runs daily between IHYSH IANS i M POYNTZ PHrSlClAM AND SURGEON Kentucky - reel next to Whites Drug V-- St Louis Cincinnati AND New York VIA THE Boston Ceatnl R R W EVANS MD - Ill SIC1AN AND SURGEON - Richmond Kkntlcky 3- Breiit 4 Truk I Y aasaasl Street - T J TAYLOR in Practitioner Medicine and Surgery KlMI LKV Landing passengers at Grand Central Sta- Â¬ tion in the heart of New York City from which point street cars and elevated railroads can be taken to any part of the on No change of cars to Boston The South western Limited makes direct connection in Inion Depots with through trains from al western and southern citie- - nffin Second Mret tover Dykes Grocery o- Absolutely no Ferry Transfer The most complete Vestibuled Trains on the American Continent run daily letween Ji JOHN MF06TKR PI11SICIAN AXD SURGEON - Richmond office M Kenticky next door lo Iuxons cor Mi in and Tato 3- - CINCINNATI TICKETS -- via CHICAGO Ask for leek ATenue BIG FOUR ROUTE the- r G T SEXSMini M D PHfSICIA Wiiii r li X AXD loiiil II a I L mm SURGEON Kknttcky vices to the pnli- - Mlkray D B MARTIN GenI Passenger Agent Traffic Manager S- t- CINCINNATI OHIO Va West Virginia Farmers Miet Ills profeo MADISON 1K s It LETCH - ph rsrciA x axd s i kg eon Health 1 Monumental - RlCHMMM KfMltKY 3B- Iris ulldtng Main Street RICHMOND KY W BR1 JHT M J 1 SI CI A X A XD S l RGEON Kkntlcky Rkhmomi Ill At tho Stato Capitol Charleston W a State Farmers Alliance was or- Â¬ ganized Tho meeting was called by Colonel Q T Barbee of Bridgewator Va president of the Virginia Allianco He was made and State organizer temporary chairman and J II Turner jt Washington D C National Secretary was made temporary secretary Twenty of the fifty four counties of tfio State are represented with about sixty The meetings of tho Alli- Â¬ delegates anco were secret Â¬ Express Company of S70OOO The Kansas City Limited Express from St Louis on the Missouri Pact lie railway left Tipton Ma at about 3 oclock Sunday morning Two myster- Â¬ ious figures wore seen by the engineer lurking around the forward end of tho train Just after leaving Tipton tho fireman turned toward the tender to flro up the enpinc and looked squarely into the muzzle of two revolvers in the hands of two masked men who were lying on their faces on top of tho coal One of the bandits covered the fireman with his revolver while tho other took care of the engineer They were told to hold up their hands Their hands went up Now you run this train to tho ordered tho Otterville water tank leadnr and stop thoro If you at- tempt to stop at any other place or give a signal of alarm you aro dead men and the robbers placed their weapons close to the heads of their victims Tho engineer 3nd fireman were at tho ban- Â¬ dits mercy and could only obey Tho Otterville water tank stands in Robbers Cut jut east of Ottorvillo It was there that the noted outlaws the James boys committed one of their most daring robberies and tho Younger brothers perpetrated one of thoir bold- Â¬ Arriving at the Cut est crimes and after the train was at a stand still You tho leader said to the engineer come with me Tho engineer was commanded to go to the express car and tell the nessenger to open the door Ho did so under the threat of death If ho should fail When ho reached the ex- Â¬ press car ho found tho two robbers had five confederates stationed at conveni- Â¬ ent places about tho car all heavily armed and their faces concealed behind masks Ho walked to the door of tho express ear and covered by the re Â¬ volvers of three of tho robbers called to the express messenger Sam Avery to open tho door Avery expecting no danger pushed back the door As ho did so the leader of tho robbers and ono confederate pushed their revolvers in and ordorod tho messenger to hold up his hands The order was promptly obeyed and throe of the robbers jumped into tho car They proceed- Â¬ ed immediately to the safe which was locked Avery was commanded to open it and at the point of a revolver did so Ono of the robbers unfolded a gunny sack and Into it were placed tho entire contents of tho safe somo The robbers then made a cur- Â¬ 875000 sory examination of the car to see if thoy bad overlooked any thing and find- Â¬ ing nothing more of value backed out of the car their revolvers always pointed at the nessenger In the meantime tho conductor alarmed at the unusual stop Â¬ ping of the train went forward to sec what wis the trouble Ho got only as far as the rear end of the express car whon he was halted by ono of the rob- Â¬ bers who told him to go back and col- Â¬ lect tickets Well take care of this end of t10 train tho robber added Tho conductor hurried back to tho first pas senger coach and excitedly informed tho passengers of what was going on to hido advised and them Money watches their valuables jewelry and every thing valuable was shoved into boot tops into tho cracks of the cushioned scats and anywhero to get it out of sight Tho conductor had just warned tho passengers in tho sec- Â¬ ond car when the train started on its journey again Tho robbers had finished their work and escapod The engin- Â¬ eer puled tho train into Ottorvillo a half mile distant where a part of tho crew left to arouse tho sheriff and organ- Â¬ ize a posse to pursue tho robbers Tho sheriffs posse and detectives arc scour- Â¬ ing the country for tho robbers and considering tho short start thoy had and their number tho chances appear good for tho capture of some of them at least Â¬ Â¬ SttNATF Consider- - James Asrfiiv of Trimble County ll fourteen years old and weighs 215 pounds L L Hukit tbe express messenger who was injured in the recent L and N This is wreck died the other morning tho third death as the result of the ac- - Explodes mowing the Engineer and Fireman to Atoms Tho east bound North Shore limited on tho Michigan Central railroad was badly wrecked at about 5 oclock Friday Tho lim- Â¬ afternoon at Augusta Mich ited struck a protruding car of a freight train which had been side tracked The englno jumped tho track and crashed into tho depot completely wrecking tho building and two boys who were insido wero killed outright After striking the building tho en- Â¬ gine ran a few yards and exploded blowing fireman Gregg to atoms and In- Â¬ stantly killing Engineor McRoberts Among tho injured aro I P Morris of Detroit internal injuries and ribs broken Ex Mayor Howes of Battlo Engineer Creek back and side Injured McRoberts and Fireman Gregg both ro sided at Jackson and leave families Tho track was cleared of the debris of the limited which is a comploto wreck A staff of physicians is on tho scene of tho disaster attending to the injuries of the wounded j pr cidont The stallion Brown Earl to death with other horses of Hayden was burned in the stable Â¬ Son seven miles from Lex- ington few days ago John B Wilmott of Hutchinson Bourbon County stepped on a plank with a nail in it and the nail ran throusrh his shoo into his foot and on the night of the 15th ho died in great agony from lockjaw The grand jury of Perry County has A ther conference ordered upon the amendments etrl in dispute The Atkinson Pennsylvania Railroad bill was taken up and pending final action tbe House at 445 p in adjourned TVAsniNnTOS Aug VI RAPID TRANSIT INDEED A Dleycle Railroad That Promise Dig Things A milo in thirty three seconds was tho rato at which a party of newspapermen were whirled along the Boynton Bicyelo railway from Gravesend to Barrows Hotelat Brighton Coney Island Eben M Boynton tho president of tho company which has built the road was on hand to explain its operations The wheels of the car are directly under the center with a double flange grasping tho rail Tho car is prevented from toppling ovor by double wheels attached to tho top of tho car and running ono on each side of a continuous wooden beam bcld up by the framework on either sido of the track The engino employed is a bicycle also The car is run on tho principle of a hoop in motion which the faster it goes is the less Mr likely to wobble or fall over Boynton says that his scheme is practi- Â¬ cal for elevated roads and somo engin- Â¬ eering papers havo already declared that it is destined to revolutionize tho present system of passenger transportation Mr Boynton says ho can carry 1000 passengers at tho rate of ninety miles an hour continuously or 600 pas Â¬ sengers at 100 miles an hour Â¬ rassed extending the census law to unincorpor ated express companies An nmendment to the river and harbor bill was reported to prevent obstructions in navigable waters Mr Edmunds presented aresolutlon to limit debate Mr Blair introduced a sim on the tarlS bill ilar resolution Mr Quay alooffrred a resolution to take a vote on Au ust In A joint reso lution was agreed to extending tbe appropriations until Atiaunt 40 Tbe tariff bill was considered until adjournment House On a motion made by Mr Rogers tbe quorum disappeared and a call of the House failed to disclose one On motion of Mr Ding ley a resolution was adopted for the arrest of the absent members A joint resolution was passed exfending the appropriations until August t Conferees were appointed on the Cbicknmatga National Park bill The bill to prevent collisions at ea was amended Two or three unimportant bills were passed and tbe House adjourned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WASni-tOTO-f Senatb A hill was Aug in Re ATTACKED BY A WILDCAT Perilous Experience of aa Express Mes Â¬ senger With tho Sharp Clawed Animal In Ills Car George A Taylor express messenger on the Alton had a frightful experi- Â¬ ence on his run from Kansas City to St Louis Among tho packages intrusted to his care was a box containing two Ono of thorn got out of wildcats Taylor tho box and sprang at IIo was unarmed the train going at tho rate of thirty flve miles an hour and tho doors of the car wero locked Tho messenger picked up a piece of tarpaulin which ho held in front of him and whon the bruto sprang at him its claws becamo fastened in tho canvas Taylor kicked tho bruto loose but it returned to the attack again and again At last ho throw the canvas around the cat and thus imprisoned ho got hold of a coupling pin and beat it into insensibility TOWN BLOWN UP SlHHl 3- Ulld IllllilK if nd - Hi Illllllllll Ull CS Richmond II Office over -1 BOLTON Physician and Surgeon - lrVili Kentucky afrlH Homeopathic M Hours Bright a M ii to iw p in rvptaftai aiieiiiionnf women ami all tlirtiruli rliiiniie ciimw Pal lenls muitcd at a dis-tmee iint liineiiihic medicine sent lo any ad lr The Storming of Halifax reviow on an immense scalo will take place at Halifax N S before the fleet leaves for Quebec The warships will take an active part It Is under jtood that tho fleet will attack the city The military are making extensivo preparations to repel tho attack Prlnco George will have charge of two ships All the forts from tho mouth of tho har Â¬ bor up will be tested to their fullest capacity The oitadel fort will also take part A liS JKNNINU8 Richmond i cV GIBSON Every--Character Physicians and Surgeons - Kenticky Rice 51 iflice - -- Mam MM over Wallace and grade of Monumental Work from the smallest stone to the most ire o0 K PU SI CI A X A XI SURGEON Kentucky Richmond Main Ht reel -- Barnaul - 4 offlc 18Cbeuituit IluilJIng upstairs r AlITZ WL Imported HtOTT STATUARY yrowers in Michigan and hoad of many horticultural societies after a careful review says that the failure of apples peaches and pears has not been so dis- Â¬ astrous in twenty five years Tho peo- Â¬ ple of the fruit belt will suffer finan ially to a serious extent Cardinal Newmans Funeral In accordance with tho expressed do liro of the late Cardinal Newman tho funeral ceremony will be very simple Floral offerings will be expected Car- Â¬ dinal Manning regrets that tho poor condition of his health will prevent his presenco at tho funeral Tho interment a ill take place on the 19th atlcagan Fruit a Disastrous Failure J N Stearns ono of the loading fruit OR MOST ELADORATE jll J 25- - M BLACK Our prices compete with city houses Designs furnished on application PII2SICIAN AND SURGEON 1 Native Marble Call i ji IIoiSK Kv and GRANITE always on hand and see me Qatexst on Record The steamship Teutonic of the Whito The QUAS BOOKKB I ETERNART SURGEON GRADUATK ONT VET COLLEGE Veterinary OFFICE-N- -ll door to LI max office Dillingham build ng Kichmontl Ky - A D FLORA Proprietor Star lino has smashed all records Tho vessel made tho run from Roches point to Sandy Hook in fivo days nineteen nours and five minutes The Teutonic iaily runs were 8th 478 miles 9th 4 10th 512 11th 500 to Sandy Hook 12th 488 13th 340 Dentistry and Sterility a specialty Â¬ City Lots fof Sale For Sale or Hent I buve a few loin on Fifth Street lola are tieauti I desire to nell or rent privntely the rendy for fale Th full located on high Mini gently n II lanre two sli rv ing ground and are considered by ev- Â¬ ery hod y a being Hie leKt located oi any in the city for residence a eoJ coruer ht in KHis fltuaieil on Persons who wioh In build nice houses Hie Hjrn prier Ion Ky kn will do well to eX iinine these lots f COLYER H H 12 IV will only place a few 011 the market at present I have a lot of the ground at Dr Poyulza oftiee STORE HOUSE I in Mr John Morgan the oldest man in Brown County and perhaps in Southern Ohio died at his home in Sterling Township a fow miles south west of Fayetteville O at a late hour Wednos lay night Mr Morgan vas in his one Hundredth year having passed tho ninety ninth milestone and was hale hearty and active up to a short time be Â¬ fore bis death Workmsn Strlre On Farnell Tho workmen on Mr Parnells Ark- Wednesday ow Quarries have struck Mr Parnell is going ihey were riotous jo Ireland to try and settle tho trouble Deata of a Ct usnarlai JESS E COB B T S BRONSTON- - J A G WILLIAMSON CITY ENG1NKKK Estimated Populaton of the Country Census Superintendent Porter says the population of the country will not reach sixty five millions His estimate is 04 442000 Msmlnatloa for Oovarnor Civil Engineer ill This Fine SaJd scaton of i8jo at the Fair Grounds Richmond Kv-- at and Surveyor TurnSurvey made for lvaiiws pikes Roadways Entimate given Ac make the Farm drainage Town Ul laid off The State Democratic Convention Thursday night nominated James Boyd of Omaha for Governor of t Ne-Â¬ a GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Linen retraced S to topographical iul braska S15 IQ INSURE I COLT site of dam of Geory ad lle Vara 23s Second dam Lucy by for Davy Crockett 3d dam by Cannon dam by Traveller 4th AIlcareiii be taken to prevent acci r escapes but will not be reaponsi Twentv five Shares of Madison Nationble should r Lien reaerved on al Bank Stock 101 sale Appy to the colt for the service fee W L CRUTCHER Agt CO COLYEE CHARLES E 40- JESSE COBB is iSH hand hiKh ch stnut color 4 years old wt and is a model 1200 pounds fine action Mark Diamond int saddle hors lm by Tut tie horse he y Etill Eric Correspond fauns and oilier ence solicited with parties interested mountain comi in surveys of lands ties nf Keniucky 111 ini land attention given and plats of Â¬ Â¬ Congressman Crisp was renominated for Congress by acclamation by the Democrats of the Third Georgia District in Convention in Hawkinsmith Two Men Oo Ovar Niagara Two unknown men were seen to go over Nlagarn Falls T hursday morning They made desperate efforts to roach horc without success Good Crops In Ontario Crisp Renominated iOfTice City Hall Richmond Ky Bank Stock -- Sale Desperate Railroad Contractors Explode a Ton of Powder With Ruinous Results The contractors for tho Uonvor and Rio Grande railroad finding they could not finish a pieco of road according to contract put in a heavy blast contain- Â¬ ono ton of powdor over ing BOTLER BURSTa to people all notifying after town and seek safety One White and Three Colored Men In Â¬ leave tho The blast furthor up the mountain stantly Killed A terriblo boiler explosion occurred was touched off and aftor tho smoke Thursday morning at a country saw- Â¬ cleared away it was found that tho whole villago of Red Cliff Col mill twelve miles west of Newberry a C on Dr W M Dorrons place had almost boon demolished Noth Â¬ Four men one white and three colored ing was left of five houses while were killed and two colored men seri Â¬ thirty others wero badly wrecked Tho uninhabitable and rendered ously wounded Pickens P Matthews white son of tho owner of the mill met houses will be rebuilt at tho expense of with an awful fate Ho was literally tho contractors In tho mean time blown to atoms his limbs being found thirty five families will bo compelled to some distance from the scene of the ox live in tents plosion other portions of his body sus- Â¬ Pardoned by the President pended in trees The colored men Carey Tho President refused the application Davis Thomas Ellison and Wm Cham- Â¬ bers had their heads blown off and for pardon In tho case of Alva W Butwere otherwise terribly mutilated Mil- Â¬ ler of Oregon for violation of tho pos- Â¬ ton Rabb colored had his thigh badly tal laws and granted a pardon to Jarrett injured and Walt Davis was fearfully Taylor convicted in Tennessee of vio- Â¬ A colored boy named Young lation of the Internal Revenue laws and scalded was the only one who escaped uninjur- Â¬ sentenced to six months imprisonment ed He says the pump was out of order and a fine of 8100 and costs He also reÂ¬ and tho engine had been stopped Elli- Â¬ mitted the fine of 8100 in tho case of son tho colored engineer and tho other Ruff Smith convicted of selling liquor colored men were around the furnace without a licence In Virginia and senwas tenced in Novomber 23 1888 to two of the engine and Matthews working with the pump when the ex- Â¬ months imprisonment and a fino of S100 plosion occurred The pump was in and confinement in jail until tho fino is front of the engine and near the saw paid being supplied with water from a small General Grant Remains stream alongside of which the engine Representative ONeill of Pennsyl- Â¬ Matthews shoes were was placed vania reported to tho House from tho found by the stream with his feet in Committee on the Library the Senate them having been blown from his body concurrent resolution requesting the Tho noise of the explosion was heard by President to convey to the widow of several persons in Newberry and by General Ulysses S Grant doslro of other persons a great distance in tho Congress that the remainsthe General of country Grant be removed to and interred in Arlington National Cemetery The LIFE BEHIND THE BARa Committee reports the resolution favor- Â¬ An Axed IIorse Tliief Crime Immediately ably recognizing it says that it is After Serving Ten Tears of the universal Wjhington Waterman tho most noted simply an expression the United Statos West was arrested wish of the people of horso thiof in tho again Thursday for horso stealing Wa Mossy Lost by tbe Striae terman is 88 years of ago but has spent It is estimated that tho New York twenty five years in the penitentiaries Central Company has lost 8300000 by tho of Missouri Kansas and Illinois Ho striko and the men 8180000 Chiefs Ar- Â¬ complotod a ten years term in Missouri thur and Sargent of the engineers and last Wednesday and upon his release firemen say positively thoir organiza Â¬ as heard to remark to a fellow convict tions will not participate There was that he was going to Kansas City and a rumor late Thursday night that Lea would stoal a horse before he was tbero the leader of the strikers had asked a twenty four hours lie more than made conforenco with Superintendent Voor good his promise for he stele a team of boos of tbe Central on the subject of fine Horses hitched to a double buggy and re employment of tho men who went drove westward into Kansas He was out arrested at Leroy Thursday with tho Water Eendered Dangerous byOas stolen property in his possession The ground at tbe place of the recent natural gas eruption in Indiana is satur Â¬ HOW KEMMLER DB3D ated with gas which also permeates tbe Conclusion and Explosion Which Effect neighboring springs and streams ren- Â¬ Could Have Deen Produced by a Red dering the water unhealthy and danger- Â¬ lot Hammer A Dunlap London cable quoted an ed- Â¬ ous to drink m itorial from tho Lancet on the Kcmmler Population of Delaware Â¬ execution in which appears the followThe official rough count of the Stato ing They burned tho skull and a por- Â¬ of Delaware was completed by the Cen- Â¬ tion of the back and exploded the sinews sus Bureau It shows the population of of iho brain No doubt thoy were for the State to bo 167871 Tho population tunate enough to render the man sonse in 1880 was 140608 Tho increase there Â¬ lcss at tho first blow just as they would fore has been 21265 or 1450 per cent have done if they had struck him on the and back with a red hot hammer heal Cholera at Cairo but thero was found no mark of tho Three cases of cholera have been dis- Â¬ electrical current in or through tho vis- Â¬ covered at Cairo One has already cera of the body The man was killed proved fatal The appearance of tbe by concussion of the brain and explosion disease there has caused intenso excite Â¬ within the closed cavity of the skull ment People of all classes aro making just as a man may be killed by apoÂ¬ hurried preparations to depart plexy or sunstroke Â¬ Â¬ tion was agreed to directing the Secretary of the Navy to investigate the alleged false stamp ing of steel by the Linden works at Pittsburgh An executive session was held The various resolutions to limit debate onthctariO bill were referred to the Committee on Rules A Joint resolution was passed extending the appropri ation bills The tariff bill was considered The conference report of the Indian appropriation bill was agreed to The Mil to provide for additional clerks in the Pension Oillce was passed and after a brief executive session the Senate adjourned HorsB Some unimportant bills were passed Objections were made to the consideration of others The conference report on the fortifications bill was agreed to The bill to allow Colonel Corbln to accept a position with the Worlds Fair at Chicago was defeated f to S4 The bill for the ndief of Nat MeKiy was called up but ml calls for a quorum usod up the time until adjournment Washingtoh Aug 14 SE fATK Mr Plumb from the Committee on Appropriations report ed the Senate joint resolution appropriating for the relief of destitution In Oklahoma tho un expended balance of the appropriation made last April for the relief of the ii tnct overflowed bv the Mississippi rtvrr and It was passed The House bill was passed defining the boundaries along the Delaware river between New York ond Pennsylvania A joint resolution for the relief of the Oklahoma sufferers was passed The Tariff bill was eon ddere luntti adjournment House Mr Struble la asked unanimous consent for the consideration of the jo nt rvso lution for tho aid of the destitute persons in Oklahoma but objection was made The House then tho consideration resumed of the Nat McKay bilL Kepresentaive ONeill Pa reported from the Committee on the Library tho Senate concurrent resolution requesting the President to convoy to the widow of General Ulysses S Grant the desire of Con gress tha the remains of General Grant be re moved to and Interred in Arlington National Cemetery The committee report the resolution favorably recognizing they sav that It Is simply an expression of the universal wish of the people of the United States It was soon found that no quorum was present and the House adjourned W hNTOI Aug 15 Se iate The river and harbor bill was taken up by the Senate and splendid progress made in its considera tion Mr Frye expects to get through all the Items and amendments by to morrow when the bill will be passed The tariff bill goes ov r The provision for the improveuntil Monday ment of the Harlem river was discussed at length but without action upon it the Senate adjournel Hi use Mr Belden iN Y made an thr unsuccessful effort to secure the passage of the Senate bill granting leaves f ariscnce to per diem employes lu the custom service Mr Kerr la nssimlng tho role of objector in this Instance The House then proceeded to a con sideration of the conference report on the laud and appropriation bill which was presented by Mr Perkins iKas After considerable debac Mr Springer moved to recommit the bill to the Lost v Committee on Indian Affairs nays 102 the Spi aker counting a quorum Tho McKay bill was talcen up but a quorum coul not be mustered and the House took a recess at 5 p nt tho night session bemg for private pension bills Washington Aug 11 Set ate Consideration of the river and harbor bill was resumed the pending quest ion being on this mortiln the amendment proposed by Mr Frye to the Harlem River item After a long debate the amendment was laid on the table with the un derstanding that the whole question be determined ty the conference committee Various other amendments to the river and harbor bill were ollered and discussed The bill was then reported to the Senate All the Important amendments adopted by the committee of the whole were agreed to and the bill was passed The Senate agreed to tho conference on the Chlekam luea National Park bill which had already beon adopted by the House thus finally passing the bill House Mr Snider Minn submitted the conference report on tbe bill to establish a National Park at the battlefield of Culckamauga and it was agreed to The vote then recurred on tbe Nat McKtv bill and the bill was passed yeas 83 nay s BTs the Speaker counting a quorum Mr Cannon 111 from the Committee on Rules reported a resolution for the Immediate consideration of the anti lottery bill tbe previous question to be considered as ordered at 4 4o oclock this afternoon The bill was then passed by a rising vote which was practically unanimous Adjourned Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ atxl A resolu- Â¬ Outlaws der and is not yet throuch aro fleeing the wrath to conio lAiiMKUs Allianco of Lewis County will contest election of A P Harrow fRep county clerk Ills majority wasl James Coliieu of Covington while working on tho Kentucky Central Bridge at Paris had a foot badly crushed by the ail of a large piece of iron Willie Davis aged IS son of Jerry Davis of Newport paid dearly for a stolen car ride on the LAN the other day In attemptincr to jump off a freight car at Patterson street ho fell undor the wheels His right leg was cut off at tho knee His left foot was so badly man Â¬ gled that amputation was necessary The body of an infant wrapped in an old dress skirt was found upon the river bank near the waters edge in the sub Â¬ urbs of Hopkinsville tho other morning It had been so badly mutilated by hogs which had eaten into the stom- Â¬ ach and torn tho head that it was impossible to tell whether tho child was white or black Police Jvixe Bisown of West Cov- Â¬ ington was arrested and taken beforo Squire McLajghlin on a warrantcharg ing him with assaulting Peter West The Judge claimed that West insulted him and that he slapped his face Tho Judge was fined a cent and costs mak- Â¬ ing in all SIN 25 The Kentucky Distillery at Louis Â¬ ville was destroyed by firo the other morning over one million gallons of whisky being burned The total loss is put at 82000000 Keah Bonneville Owsley County John Bowman knocked hiscousin Henry Bowman down after which his sister Topsy cut his heart out with a bowie Tho girl claimed that Henry insulted hor A fiue caused from a stroko of lightning burned a taiga barn containing one hundred tons of hay two thousand bushols of corn and four horses belonging to James Wright near Morganfleld the other night Loss 810000 insured for S5000 Juxas Seauimi ono of Newports oldest and highly respected citizens died at his home in that city a few days ago He was a prominent member of the Ma- Â¬ sonic order SfiT for 825000 damages was entered at Covington against the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad by Mrs Eliza Gibson Iler husband Jamos Gibson was killed the ith of last June near the Bremen street crossing by one of the C A O trains She alleges that the accident was due to the lack of a watchman or of safety gates at that place Cattain Munson and forty flve men of Company F Sixth Infantry D S A arrived a few days ago and went into quarters at Fort Crook near Newport Other troops will arrive shortly from Fort Lewis Col Fort Riley Ark and Fort Leavenworth Kan A military band will be one of tho features of the beautiful site chosen for a permanent barracks on the highlands back from the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ returned nineteen indictment for mur- A s s s pi I l WIFTS SPECIFIC entire system eliminating all Poisons front the Blood whether of scrofulous or malarial origin this preparation has no equal Â¬ IEITICIT fflllllL IT Cen FOR renovating th BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest R tral Kentucky to Ea t Wet and Si FAST LINE BETWEEN eighteen mentks I kctd an eating sore n my ijngue I was treated fy cst laial fhjsuians but obtained nj relief the sore gradually grew worse I finally took S S S ami was entirely Fr Lexington iliule hi Cincinnati May iiti it litli ISN soth - i eurea after using a few b C D McLEMoaa Henderson Tex lw A rr Arr Arr Arr Arr Arr Arr Arr I I TKFATISEon I Tla Swift Sracinc Atlanta t Blood and Skin free Ua -- D RUFF L lve I Ir I I SOUTH- - UOUN1- sr- - 7f kHV3arJf VlV - Ci JaawV S 4 A lve lve rr IVe I I m HniinaTCI f An- Arr Pans I Le lve I - MAYSVILLE BRANCH NTCIIIUBIJEIEIEI DEAIEK IN rr M Watches loeks Jewelry Silver and riieeiiil In Vrr M Plated ware etc attention given to FETTINQ DIAMONDS S AND OTHKU PKECKH STONES all REPAIRING Promptly done uni in a workmanlike miiiiinr Cash Paid for Old Cold N 7 v S init s w ll and Silver next door Ky tiet Inly TRAIN Lexiii w lt Dont forget Hie place to the Post office iJiebiiiond 3 r- ter fur live at lMIi Meelioe Tli roil AaaTTEK CHICKEN 1 k D auy W L Ml r IHNT1 Cholera Cure cmnnl a a ire naiiM v I rtongln VAU 1 luel mirrnnlel aaal ever sair am In- - mine nnil pri c minted am boltoaa river At Paducah the other night right under the caves of the county court- Â¬ house Eparalm Deriae a ed nineteen and George Jones agei twenty one both colored quarreled about a woman each was going to see Words brought on blows when Do vine shot Jones kill ing him instantly The weapon used was a small pistol and the hall struck Jones in the heart Devine Is in jail not two hundred feet from the scene of the killing James Riuding News Items It is said tho Archbishops of the United States will join in a request to tho Pope to make Archbishop Kendrick a Cardinal In the U S Circuit Court Judges Jackson and Sage refused the applica- Â¬ tion of the Inter State Commerce Com- Â¬ mission for an injunction to restrain tho Baltimore and Ohio Railway Company from issuing party rates to theatrical companies Thr commander of the U S rovenue cutter Bear in the Behring Sea reports to tho Secretary of the Treasury that seals are not as abundant as usual and be doubts if the company having tho contract with tho Government can catch the quota of sixty thousand before the expiration of the season The Chicago and Atlantic railroad has been purchased in the interest of It the Erie and will bo reorganized completes the Eries through line be Â¬ tween Chicago and New York TnK Farmers Alliance Convention of North Carolina decided not to oppose the re election of Senator Vanco Tornado In an 0U Field of Minorsvllo aged seventy years died suddenly while sit- Â¬ ting at the table eating his breakfast Tin official returns from sixty six counties were received at the office of the Secretary of Stato on tho 11th and tbe total voto of these counties was Longmoor 91256 Tinsley 55028 and Henry 2020 Longmeors majority over Tinsley is 36228 Thero wore thirty counties that give Democratic majori- Â¬ ties nineteen that give Republican ma- Â¬ jorities and four that are about a tie yet to bo heard from and while the Re Â¬ publican counties to be heard from are nearly all small tho Democrat counties include Jefferson McCracken Daviess and Warren ThoMAs Tnoits died at his residence near Millersburg tho other night agod He was one of tho best known 52 years farmers and traders in Bourbon County and one of the most highly respected citizens At Paris George Jones shot Alfy Nut Â¬ ter because she hadnt his supper ready The Commercial club of Paducah passed a strong memorial to Congress to pass tho River and Harbor bill The city council also took similar action The one hundred and fifth anniversary of tbe Elkhorn Baptist association convened at Bryans Station on the 12th The meeting was largely attended The will of Thomas L Hamilton has been probated in the Fayette Circuit Court He leaves his estate which is worth several thousand dollars to hie friend Mrs Martha Ceasby for her kindness in nursing him during bis sick- Â¬ ness J G Forresteu has defoated W P Bently for delegate to the Constitu- Â¬ tional Convention from Harlan Bell Leslio and Perry Vunties Nathan Buchanan Is elected from Whitley and Knox CiiAinEs R Boiiiter has been apÂ¬ pointed fourth class postmaster at North Fork Mason County vice G Baliman resigned Â¬ STOCKTON of dollars worth of chii kens die every year from Ci era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined B discovery of a remedy that cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for GENTLEMEN It is guar one hundred chickens firmfn anteed If after using twothirds of Flue Calf and Laced TXntrprf M t f r wgt a bottle the buyer is not thoro ir thoummia of o satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken OO Hiiii Cholera return it to the undersigned MJOO llftiiN fWf4 r marqnallrii fntrnXX and your monev will be refunded ell WMd ivir 5 Thousands t aJty DOUGLAS r W te o L i 3 SHOE - tKMm ttapoMlar O BROOKS to50 f t railroad avtra fin w 050 For 15 years at T as hare bwn tt and thr rrrni Impuwiaa tammmn toanT ihHiM atMM S3 2 SHOES M I lafd3 Ma St jnt tlit u Ml MM i S32 A Market Si reet -- Iinl-l avavl l nnkijiib z 9 Ask TOT DSMH rilrtxrt to fatfttaTT f Doatai for rdt r blank imii ILAMJ BrvcJu Tlavaav rvtatv Cures li forma of PTtlVATr CHRCNIG and SEALAL DIS Â¬ EASES Spermatorrhea ana Impotenoy bwtac Oku v kr lis pranie icall will nltiinf pbaaeama Ml pea- Sold by Jack Freeman tanr rwn r tarr now N i IMnall of lflaM is llr l arap inrir cor d CWMm r I ruJa nil tir i I a a atefcu a aai rnralanaaMaa ll i vir f tlrac l aa4 malax tkaiuaaaS aaaa la a a nala aw f le aft a aUU aeqalna fr raraaSaaa taaaiaxtka aaraaaa ta m carp Yhra ll U aiaal a be awl artaakja caa ttty fcr uaaiaa nt afJHni r aarf aaMr ay ami ar rtrrrm mural all r iti B r Swktarc OllUli GLEET priraM Jiabm qikrkif can LSr it- - iv u SYPHILIS j trwm u iMt rr- IU U Hcl Dcft ii l ATafmmttTtlftmti- M Smil rmr ly uut mrtii m mmtngr un an I btil r srtnl prtKi nwcf mim l lb- - fa lV mi Gonorrhea fat UM n MMTD MACKINAC Summer Tours STCArHS LOW TvaT Trips rev t1 Ctu ica raaaaaaala Of 300 PT 30 Oflas Cnrea Oaarantted in all Cosee ntirlrrtaken i1t r ar astar tr aa al ci iiiayiataai Mrv ily caafiiUalail PaLACC RTtS itX COUNSELOR PRIVATEttttTVW aaaaajar aralol trr Mat HIT Mr P4 h aiL Swumj 3 aa fta frwn to j T fctMtm Jtbaajdjnt A A Mk Palweeu antp M M M ta DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND msVi i 8k Ir w Chttevni Aton Oaootia svm umrn lorl lbbMb avUr us Every SuHd-tv- - aj iu ad Boat Woe It Day Berweaa t DETROIT AND CLEVELA LLMJU Special b- T loe during Jui aadavaxasa Ns lLLUSTATEO PaMPHtUTT9 Oua aim fU c ira- an Ttokaaa arili - fwmaaa Ealrc 1t -- jurTiotataaont oraJJrvaa E B VVHITCOtaB Gwe P Detroit tClseliad MM UiiyH DCTNOIT iC t C T WELLS F B tARR tornado struck the town of Bel- Â¬ mont In tho center of the now Eureka oil field on the Ohio river between Wheeling and Parkersburg W Va and did damage to the amount of sev Â¬ eral thousand dollars Oil derricks and buidings wero levoled In all directions No lives were lost A and Lake View was held up and robbed by two masked men The robbers se Â¬ cured tho mail bags express box and forty dollars In money from tho passon jrers The express box contained only a rmall amount of money 8taje Robbsrr In Oregon The staire between Linkvllle Ore G T WELLS CO Tk OiIt Coat Yartl in Towi Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Another Oldest Woman Dies Â¬ Fall and spring whoat barley peas and oats will bo above the average in yield and quality in tho Province of On Â¬ tario Bridget Doody the Mineral Point No Peaches believed to Wis Ibe peach crop in Southern Now Jor be thecentenarian who was the United oldest person in sey has benn a disastrous failure this season and tho farmers are greatly dls States died tbe other night at her home after a brief illness She was 120 years zd 1 raged old RM Only a square from Mi Curt ioaaa You dont have to send away out to the depn jgasag ABSOLUTELY PURE Baking Powder Important Notice Traymik for Debs due IfcKma the service of Htallions serving m ren in 17 and lVXi tiiti t lie paid la Owen KcKee All mitres I toil Mwri It uy Part si lorn Nut and Lamp Coal Soft Coal and Antliracite will lie paid for by Owen McKee owner of Hie colt- - April 14181 44- having eoifa living at weaniuif firuml - in Ivv9 by McKee A iruynur Mnie Try aa 17- - OWES McKEE CI irefcsav KSWfca m THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON 1SHE1 Editor KVKKY WKHMiS IlAV liY hastily Speaker Baal has not iermit ted the committee on foreign affairs of the House to call up any of its measures but amendments making the neceasay appropriations to carry out some of the the gathering were put The Climax Printing Wh G I Co CitAft S Powell the diplomatic appropriation bill by the Senate and were accepted by the Beaaa iu conference committee The rules of the House would not penait the consid ts when the eration of the ameiiilu but iover bill was originally pendi nor McCreury of Kentucky was able to take advantage of the discussion of the bill to make an intelligent speech upon the results of the conference ami the general subject of reciprocity Governor ary was an advocate of reciprocity long before Mr Blaine took it up and as chairman of the committee of foreign affairs in the tote IVnioeratic Congress rejHirted the bill authoiizing the confer Â¬ ence While he regrets that the objects of the gathering hare faeaB retarded by Uemilican majority in bringing forward the McKinley tariff bill he lielieves that the conference will not be without lieneficial results BBji tliat some sort of reciprocity will finally neighbors to the i d with our Smith The amendments which were made to the diplomatic appuiprialhai lall prao miscellaneous priatod f4V750 ses in printing and distributing the pro ceedings and repirts of the conference 15000 to defray the expeasei of the dele gates to the monetary conference apoa the subject of a common silver coin to defray the expenses of the Commission on the International Rail way with the share of the United Sntes 3i000 for in the preliminary survey establhthmont of the statistical n commended by the confen nce ami 10000 for the publiation of a uniform nomenclature of articles cxjxirted and toaaanai in the Fjiglish Spanish and Iortugnesi- languages Nothing has becsj done f yet alxmt the ajipointment of ither the monetary or the railway commissions nor has any step leen taken for the establishment of the sta The invitations to the bureau monetary conference ought to be issued befote long for it is rejuirel to asseni- Jan 7 ML Mr Rlaine doubt tends to take up these matters on There are hi return here about Oct 1 few who expect any results from the monetary conference and it was decided upon more oat of ooaitesy to the South ern delegates than from a lielief hen in it practicability More is hoped for the railroad enterpsc and the 1 redden - antboriaed to detail army t in the survey and navy offio other matters which require legis ond the mere apropria- money are not in a very encour- to charter an in ternational bank has been favorably re ported by the Hosae comniittee on banking bat the subject has not been even considered by the Senate committee It is a private enterprise on finance which requires merely the consent of rcrnmentto its incorioration and M nt is given a numlier of eaa d ready to attempt to carry The projMisitioii to adopt in out m in the public service of lontry is before the House commit Â¬ tee on coinage weights and measuies bat it is set likely to be cl on at this The Senate a e an effort to carry out the plan for establishing a coinmeniontive Lilt in- - American Memorial Library in the BUM way that it secur ed the money for the railway survey and erencc by providing for it an appropriation bill The House however resisted the eipeaditaie and id from the amendmert Â¬ tion rUKK Wciscslay i an- IKU YEAR - flSO to the enteen Augrut 20 1800 untys y was Itavy Crocketts hirth- - in the Alamo A He uMilJ 1r- - 104 he living He perished i are apo - nal Pt KTA IIUWUHHI -- of the Irvine ta kill Mi with McCarty htr unlay language B Oitty t if again nifiition r Lilly ni l in the a ptotol Lilly lly Y data w evety theta name he about the country as Ion ng ew BILL BILL fr cxii Â¬ Â¬ Tiit Ft Al THE MAID if Â¬ Mil pa property called the fon ration involved if a large amber f depatv marshals ami aaper- vigor- ten ami frighten honest citizens The Kepuhlican majori- 1 m i Reed anl kepreaenta bu-n-a- u Â¬ lipljmatic anl 11 Hist- - iiiu has enb-leesnre The aayotMta tone Bugpertivtit ieo oppression le 1 at In en made the nees the i r a counteil on the K C Railroad between Rowland and Lancaster 200 stacks of wheat hay and rye On the pike le 3d Dist Morris Sachs 4th Dist Bennett H Young tween Lancaster a little over 400 of same 5th Dist Edw McDermott and between Stanford and Danville 625 This he tells us is a good showing and tith Dist E E Kirwin HAS THE the farmers ought to feel proud of their 7th Dist J T Funk Lancaster Record Jessamine Dr J W Holloway Nich success in those lines olasville A Bowling Green correspondent of the I Kenton Dudley E Glenn William Fanners Home Journal writes FINEST LINE OFI Goeliel W H Mackoy OSriaajtOB never saw as much hay in one pear in Knox and Whitley L B Dishman my life the hay crop was over an averBarlsiunille age and the farmers made good use of Ijirue and Rockcastle W 11 limiuey the time saving it Pastures are now London dry enough to burn and it is almost Ix w is ft J IrujU Yanccburg dangerous to Bjo in clover fields with fire Lincoln W II Miller Stanford for they would burn like sedge grass in Lagan J Guthrie Coke Russellville March I am not exagerating when 1 Madison Curtis F liuntnm Rich say pastures would burn mond Uoxl roasting ears are on our marke AN- DMarion J Proctor Knott I ebanon at 12 cents per dozen The scarcity of Marshall and Lyon Dr Samuel Gra- fruits and vegetables this season phould ham induce oaor thrifty boon keepers to can Mason Emery- - Whitaker Maysville a large quantity of corn for winter use McCnuken W ii Uullitt Paducah The following is an excellent reciie Se McLean Jep C Jonsoa Calhoun lect oung tender corn and boil on cob Meade J F Woolfolk Brandenburg until it is about half done cut it from Mercer Dr J H Moore llarrodshurg the cob quite fine To one gallon of corn Metcalfe and Monroe If flbat Xiniih allow one pint of salt mixing when the Tompkinsville corn has become cold spread out on a Montgomery Powell Wolfe and Mene cloth to dry a little then pack in a jar RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD fee d B Swango Hazel Greaa putting a layer of salt first then a layer Mableaberg Dr A 1 JSaaaa Penroil of corn until the jar is almost filled add Nelson J W Muir Bardstown last a layer of salt and fit a board on top Nicholas and Robertson Haaaon Ken A weight should be placet on the boanl edy Carlisle To prepare this corn for the table boil it Ohio- - Henry D McIIenry Hartford Ea a good deal of water and if it should Oldham and Trimble S E Dellaven be too salty pear off the water and add La i range freah boiling water sexwn with butter Owen Joseph Blackwell New Liberty pepper and a little sugar Lancaster Rec Pendleton Leslie T Applegate Fal- ant mouth Pike Martin Ixtcher aud Knott 1 Hows This 7 Aiiirr Pikeville We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Tno Oldest and Strongest American Pulaski Jijhh ft May Somerset for any case of Catarrh that cannot be Companies Si ott J F Askew ieorgetown cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Shelby J C Beckham Shelbyville NORTH AMERICA Co Props Toledo O F J Cheney ffiasasaa Geo C Harris Franklin We the undersigned have known F J SPRING FIELD Todd i i Petrie Elkton Cheney for the last 15 years and believe Trigg W W Lewis Roaring Spring CONNECTICUT him perfectly honorable in all business Union I A Spalding Morganueld financially able to carry PENNSYLVANIA Warren Robert Rhodes Bowling transactions and out any obligation made by their firm Green DCAmos Oakland NIAGARA West Truax Wholesale Druggists V C McChord Washington SpringToledo O field GERMANIA Walding Kisman Marvin WholeWayne J S Hines sale Druggists Toledo O MERCHANTS Webater W F Diris Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Woodford James Blackburn Spring acting directly upon the blood and mucous ROCK Station Frankfurt afNtat surfaces of the system Price 75c per botDont forge our office is at the Farmers National Beak S 11 Sold by all Druggists tle Louisville 1st Hist Zack Phelps 2d Dist Dr M K Allen G0RMLEY RISE o FIFE Wish to inform the public that T Ramsey is no longer con Ramsey Nected with the Corner Dry Goods Store 6ince selling his interest to W D Oldham but is now running OLIVER PLOWS aei fat L Â¬ Saddlery THE PALACE Cash Dry Goods Store No 9 First Street in onnection with W S G Fife near the old corner at tne red nag and wants his old friends ladies and gentlemen and the public generally to call on him he can sell them goods cheaper than he has ever sold We have sethem before cured the services oi Mr Green as salesman and Misses Hazel wood and Williams as and guarantee salesladies general protection to ladies Now is the and children time to buy your goods ours are so low that we may have to mark them up soon in place of down AVe now have on hand and daily receiving a splendid stock of Â¬ f Â¬ pn Â¬ Â¬ Trotting Horse Outfits v3jk a aW V KxlaVfr - lo idTl at fc jofM la in f I W C Gormlcy Co sci a ii aata a h Â¬ INSURANCE BURNAM HUME Foreign and DamesiicDress Goods Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Trunks in fact everyÂ¬ Â¬ thing k pt in a first class store We call especial attention to our suits of SHACKELFORD Hardware Tinware Wooflenware AND WAGON GENTRY FurnisMns Goods TOOLS AND MATERIAL DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF BOYS CLOTHING at 125 Alterforwood Custom-Made Boots and Shoes below cost aud other custom made best brands of Shoes all very cheap A splendid line of all kinds of Shirts Over and Under froir 15cts to 2 below cost We sell the best 5 and 10 cent Hand kerchiefs aud Hosiery in the Ladies White Iarty city Kid Gloves 35 to 40 cents Crashes from 3V to 10 cents per yard less than cost Good Calico 4cts Challies 4 and Nice 5 cents less than cost Lace Bed Sets 125 Lace Curtains a big line and cheap and Curtain Poles Comforts A good line of Gents Rants to close out 50 to 75 cents below cost Overalls 35 cts Dont buv vour Â¬ House Â¬ BLACKSMITHS MAKERS Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40 CAN SELL Â¬ COltRESPOK PENCE WACO lr BOTTOM RATES BURNAM HUME Â¬ tel - liv IVbat - need t t hand I I the dullest fraud bill with its is scar - to the i - UCKElir usually IV VIMUEnTEK Tlie W M erning Mr a It mi re the inoculated ihitcd impunity The young r any- - ntment eahaam am placed the He is aa safe in bat at le the wooden figure which war ship It may ever le aimed at editor of the Baa were the Die of the fput in many e would Ik whom I me to aril d ha lievii that the ear the apprehension of negro equality an- - osoally people wlm lie distanei them and -- tin v ill I - if their avenkn - - ire liable all tl irded overlooked an - ave it at- - of the liaim anted with a da iiliiin Tim I in i n ih afreet and sum ensued in which Reckucr MM Uullv used up Tlie same lay M II Clay proprietor su-r was da i The watermelon crop is above the average here V C Bonnv has returned from a Mrs pleasant fcojourn in Indiana Mii s Lula Arnold commenct d her school at Hiale School House Monday V B Zittle is on the road this week in the interest of the Waco Tottery Works The protracted meeting closed at By- beetown last Friday with several additions Quite a number of our citizens took in the camp BHSetisg at Ford Saturday and Sunday Rev T P Dudley of Indiana is here for a few weeks and will preach at the Baptist Church Sunday morning next T L Todd the popular drummer was at home Sunday greeting his many friendb He left Monday for a tour through the South The protracted meeting failed to commence at Flat Woods last Sunday as was announced owing to the failure in get- Â¬ ting a preacher to assist Bro Harding Mr Wesley Grinstead and wife having spent a lew weeks here returned to their home in Springfield 111 last Men day accompanied by Miss Mattie Keene this place Mr Tiller Shearer has returned home from Bloomington 111 where he has been for the past few months on business and is now mail carrier between this t tut Post fully has been place and Englc having secured the con- Â¬ tract recentlv connected with the lxu ille poatoffice The newly established post ofiice across for thirty one y the riser from this place in Estill county named Fox has for its postmaster Mr THE COXSTITITIONAL CONVENTION Win Hall and is supplied semi weeklv Irom this place Mr Horn mail carrier The following list of aaBBabeM of the The gas well is now over 1300 feet utimal Convention and their pist deep and the prospects are better now aililiiiaa b compiled faesi returns than ever for an abundant supply of gas otitained by the Cajital through the Two sets of hands keep the drill going courtesy of Clerks of the different Cotin day and night Miss Mollie IVarce of Laurel county tv Cow to Democrats in Roman letters and Miss Mary Baker of Garrard have Republicans in Itnl returned to their homes after a two Ailair J F Moiitgomeiy Columbia weeks visit here The boys are terribly ABea W s ItcEhoy aft Aerial broken up Anderson Thos H Hanks Lawrence burg IKRKIXS Ikillatd and Carlisle J D White Miss Jesbie Nave of Nicholasville Bard made a flying visit to Miss Russie Haden fj m a v I of this place last week Biith and Rowan L P Y Williams The train crossed the river bridge Morehead Sunday evening Guess we will get to ride on train to Richmond fair if nothing L Lassing Union Booiu prevent work Bourlsjn C M Clay Jr Paris Last Saturday we had a reunion and Boyd and LasMjaut Lsbsa T lioote congratulation of friends at this place Catlettsburg Among the performers wer Jim Hill and Boyle R P Jacoba Danville Reuben Herring who kissed each other Bracken W W Field Chatham twenty times for 1 Colonel Hale paying Breathitt Morgan and Magoffin Jol T for the operation ioff Jack- Bethel Church was dedicated Sunday Owing to the weather Bre kenridge Will Miller Hardiu1 large attendance Bro Williamson was not there and Bro burg O J Young officiated There was an Bullitt and Sjncer Frank P Btoaaaa abundance of provision on the ground and Shepherds ville all partook freely Butler and Elmonson Jar F Forrjtj Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -r Louisville By Ulover A Tobacco Ware Honse Market N B IT IS NECESSARY In I uecnswarE Cheaper Than Anv One Durrett Louisville Tobacco Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3835 hhds with receipts for the same period of 3593 hhds Sales on our market since January ist amount to 97177 hhds Sales of the crop of 1889 on our market to this date 53645 hhds The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco crop of 1S9 We have had very heavy sales on our market the past week and prices for medium to fine hurleys and also the common grades with high color are fully up to the week previous Common off colored leaf and lugs out of condition have been irregular and a shade easier The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco25o to 400 Colory Trash 400 to 900 Common Lugs not colory 450 to 600 Colory Lugs 3oo to 1400 Common Leaf 800 to 1000 Medium to Good Leaf f 100 to 1700 Good to Fine Fillers 17 00 to 2500 Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 00 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Tobacco Barns Country Stores and Milling property specialties 33 32 B H JHUSU HAVE THB FINEST LINE OF FLOUR A SPECIALTY WeHanJV csl Fl mi Fin own NOTICE Pursuant to an order made by the Court of Claims at the April Term 1S90 I will sell to the highest bidder in front of the Court lipase door in Richmond Ky on We Keep Constantly On Hand a These Days for GROCERIES Fresh and cheap that money will buy coming and going every week MERCHANTS xi ir Monday Sept 1st 1890 THE o jEiiipm m list For the year 18S9 beginning with Precinct No 1 and sell to No 9 inclusive JQSA credit until March ist 1890 w 11 be given to purchaser by giving a good bond A good chance for Constables in each Precinct to make money Tie List can be seen by calling at my otlice AVe will until you see ours have in a few days the finest line of best fitting Cloaks in and we have Richmond many other special bargains in goods If you will come and look we will be glad to show you all through the stock TO LIE Awake Nights to Devise Means to Attract Trade The - SMALL MARGINS with large sale bu mes will tell Fresh Sup- Â¬ with careful attention to and this is our plan ply of Can- Â¬ dies Call and See Us gJtTWe want your FAKM PRODUCE Give us a trial Try Them We want your trade Managers of the J IX c7 J S HAGAN Ramsey CENTRA L RICHMOND Fife KY J W BALES S Aug 12 1S9O M C RACKET STORE Have Decided to o Il LADIES COME TO OUR LIVE STOCK MAEKET EEPC2T liy GKKESK V KMBUY LI v stock Commission Merchants at Clncln uali Uuiou Stock Yards and Covluglou Slock Yards PUBLIC SALE F A DESIRABLE- - UNIVERSITY JESSAMINE HUNTER deceased I FARM MOSES sell to the will NEXT SESSION OPENS Cincinnati Ohio Aug Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 18 1890 As agent of the heirs of SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra 4 255 Wednesday Sept 10 1890 7IIPEE COLLEGES Fourteen De Â¬ partments of Study Classsical Scientific and Letters Courses Leading to Bachcor B A B S and B L and Master M A M S and M L Degrees Also Commercial and Elective Courses A full faculty of able and experienced men each a specialist in his department Attendance last session 326 from 25 States and Territories New Gymnasium More than 100000 added to the endowment last year Expenses moderate 175 to 240 for tuition board washing and servants attention Â¬ 3 50 2 75 3 25 3 oito 3 75 3 2 3 50 2 h sjnest bidder on the premises 4 30 oclock a m 011 3 80 at 10 Friday August 29 1890 One hundred and forty seven acres of Land situated six miles east of Nicholas vdle on Christman Mills turnpike and within halt a mile of Logana Station on B R R the R N I Good improvements comprising dwelling house tobacco barn stables and all necessary out buildings Can give im- Â¬ mediate possession with privileges of seeding the land Full possession giyen first of March next TERMS The usual terms of land sales one third cash balance in one and tAO years with interest T A DAVIS Agent o Il Â¬ QUIT LYING Awake Studying How to GRAND OPENING OF oo 2 50 BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 3 fS Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen Shipping Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Goo Feeders Common and Thin Best Best 3 5o 3 50 3 25 2 7 2 1 3 75 3 60 3 60 2i 50 75 3 50 3 00 2 50 2 00 I 00 ATTRACT TRADE BY PUTTING THE BULLS 2 oo 1 1 1 KNIFE PFEPAEAT0HY DEPARTMENT Â¬ Â¬ INTO 00c 600 50 2 15 2 00 1 J J 7 1 Co FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers I Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers 3 oo 2 25 1 75 3 25 2 50 2 00 Real Estate Brokers COWS AND CALVES more than BMOUOM used were those of his father John Clay and hai grand father Mathew Hume who live betweea WinTlie hanks from chester and Paris which lie secured the money were the Win- county Nations Citizens bank cheater Nation url-n rtticrn hank OS Other haakl were ahlr caught and the saw mills at Ford y and eteewhere Clay is a young of Cajt J M Tlioinaa induct is a tremendous cii Paris and his Mr Hume is worth halfa mil- aarprine i wdl probably assume the m- forget lit Â¬ son-in-la- w Waaaaaai of SteVe arm tl s i pod ax insulted bridle THE him Rradlejr and brok FBI ITS or OenVHSI Carnia Oat thr PIsbn of thr fan Aairr ISBBB Wasliliilon speeikl to Boston I Iost Aug B the two use O i little work anon the recommendations oftib Aawiian Omference but have not was psaaaBt to eretary Blaines chief ob-ould lie to use the confer boharr up his subsidy programme and used it for all that it was subsidy bills are i measures out of tlie COtulSBBBaa legislation gro v euatnient BpeaiBM Baafl BM Bet et een his way clear to ha ipliue Use but i is having its effect upon the considerable u nun lie ui icsbb whs iormeriy eujaai I niihsniaw and if the b Ijt au aturant that the taken fJpeaker Uhevec that he ha-pas- - them Only moderate progress a made the othi 1 i nn Best Grades 30 oo35 00 Fair to Good iS 00Q25 00 Common 10 00 15 00 Best Veal Calves 5 oo 5 25 CONCERNING FARMERS afiafasliias Fair to Good 4 50 4 75 dwell C T Allen Princeton Common and Heavy 2 50 3 50 Calloway W W Ayres Shiloh The Shelby Fair hangs out 100 prem- Â¬ HOGS Campbell Geoaaa Washiugtmi New iums for jacks and jennetts at the fair Select Butchers t 4 o 4 10 tort George TroeadeH Alexandria Aug 2o Lo Fair to Good Packers 4 05 3 75 nll H Cos Ohent 3 90 4 00 Fifty ewes sold in Lincoln county at Uood to extra Lights ootrt Famous r and Elliott Light Pigs 2 75 3 25 M i er head 224 hogs at 315 and 00 Brtdy Hook SPRING LAMBS at S325 and Russell Juhn L Ffhajpa 6 00 5 75 Mr Ixu W Hudson has purchased of Extra- Jamestown Gentry Bros forty mare mules four to Christian Dr J D CTardy Ha years old KiJ hands high They Clark- - W M Bcckner Winchester J Hi jj are a toppy lot of mules and cost Mr Clay Jackson aud Owsley Hudson from J175 to 190 per head Booiieville Clinton anil Cumberland J 1 Brtntf fteasani Advocate Albany Capt Tillman the leader of the fann and Livingston T J ers movement in South Carolina is 43 Crittenden M0esaw8srjMtofltBp Nunn Marion years of age blind of one eye pays taxes ffemarkfcSa fC LfEr Daviess Thomas S Petit Owensboro on 1800 acres of land runs 20 plows and IJenj Birkhcad has a dairy supplied by 40 thoroughbred Estiil and Lee J F West Millers Jersey cows Nor is there any mort gage on his farm Creek Estill county P P Johnson Charles J At a threshers convention held at n Lexington Fond du Lac it was estimated that the Fleming W J Hendrick Flemings wear and tear and interest on a steam burg threshing rig was six dollars and fifty Floyd Letcher aud Knox F A cents per day and running exjen8es twelve dollars per day making eighteen OJVJS Franklin Thomas H Hines Frank- dollars and fifty cents total expenses per Both the method and results who fort day and the average earnings 22leaving Sjrup of Figs is taken it is pieasuu M Brummal Fulton and Hickman the owner of the machine three dollars and refreshing to the ttte and acts Colnmbaa and fifty cents profit Gallatin J S Brown Warsaw Esntly yet promptly en the Kidneys Mr L W Hudson of this countv is and Bowels cleanses the aja Hm atenhaV Bryantsville Garranl one ot the best buye s of mules in Ken- tern effectually dinpela ccJs heat Grant R H OHara Williamstown tucky and is connection with his broth- aches aDd fevers and cures habitr Oeatta T J Elmore Ma field er Price Hudson of Louisville handles constipation Syrup of Figs h tea Shrews Durbin Charles son stock for the Louisiana sugar planters only remedy of its kind ever pro bury His reseat purchase of a hunch of 40 duced pleasing to the tsstc andac tossa and Taylor J M Wood head from the Gentry Bros of Boyle ceptable to the atoaatch prompt iu up tfreenup IS F at fin to W0 shows tlie quality of stock ite action and truly beu hcial in its i D Chamlers Hawes- Haccock aged all mares 16J hands Lancaster effects prepared only from the mot healthy and agreeable substances its d Elizabeth- Haidin Harvey Smith many excellent qualities commend it Green Embry the reliable commis Â¬ to all and t JW11 have made it the most Harlan Perry Bell and Leslie O sion firm of live stock brokers in Cin- Â¬ popular remedy known for John Smith of the cinnati sold ter Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Harrison Dr W H Martin Poin Paint Lick neighborhood last Monday and 1 bottles by all leading druir a double deck load of ewe and wether gists dexter Any reliable druggist who lambs that were strickly gilt edge aud may not have it on hand will pro Hai ackner Frankfort the best lot that lias struck the market cure it promptly for any ono who Henderson Dr H II Farmer They were sold at wishes to try as- - for some time Do not accept any Henrv John I Carroi which puts old Garranl to the front substitute tie ard 11 oik e again If P iurland CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAM FKAHCISCO CAL eutleman who keeps his eye on LOUMlLLf Kr r HEW YOfIX sad things hands the following I Â¬ Hop--iuburg Â¬ Prof R L Plxliam M A Principal and two assistants give undivided attention to the orough instruction and disCHENAULT BROOKS cipline of pupils The new Gymnasium contains a large study hall seated with single desks conve- So that nient recitation rooms and all the equipment of a first class training school be Careful attention given to physical Students have access to the training Richmond Kentucky gymnasium and go through daily drills under the direction of a Professor Large lists of City and Country Prop- Â¬ Oratorical drill throughout the year erly Property sold und bought on For further particulars or catalogue ap- GOME Correspondence solicited ply to Commissiou aud prompt attenticu given L II BLANTON Chancellor PaT Otlice in John lieunetts law 9- ottiee Branch office at Stockton 39- Brooks Drug Store Â¬ Â¬ BKOOKS I M CHKNAULT THE v PROFITS High Art Novelties IN every article sold would an advertisement for their house AND SEE EOR YOURSELF PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor Limestone Street 0pp MADISON FALL DRESS GOODS WHICH IS NOW TAKING PLACE Female Institute The thirty third session of this noted school for young ladies and girls will open on TINWARE STATIONERY NOTIONS ETC A few pieces of 10 cent Challies left at 6 cents a yard Â¬ OkO KY Depot LEXINCTON Wew Building and Furniture Well Lighted and Ventilated Tuesday September 9th A fui corps of competent teachers Admirable Curriculum Prices reasonable Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED RATES 8- First door above Farmers Bank 2 and 250 per Day For Catalogues or other particulars call on or address B C HAGERMAN Prin 9-- M J HILL Manr New Elegant Blazers FOR S ALE SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE rooms lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine and Orange Streets TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new elegant 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue lots all well finished Fifth Street ox 50 feet School for Girls CARRIAGES MISS BESSIE KJVJOY BARBOUR take a will NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES JUST RECEIVED HfeConie to our Dress Goods Open ing we like to show our Novelties Thres Elegant BUILDING LOTS sepirate or as a Class or Twenty Girls Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEW SURRIES For instruction in English Latin THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS French and German Terms and NEW SULKIES Powells addition other particulars w 11 be on Walnut Street made 50x160 feet each know a iu person or by circular 8 For prices on anv of the above My vehicles are all new and of the School w I open on Monday 48- inquire of EWWIGGINS very latest patterns They are for aala September Sh 9 oil the most whole on i NOTICE RICHMOND COAL AND reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come ami see tne aud you wont k borne without one 5- JOHN DONEL80N L Breckinridge Crbell formerly of Virginia but who has been a resident of New Yorl seventeen years and has an extensive acquaintance with Capitalists will SELL OR EXCHAMiK TIMIiKK MINERAL AM AGRICILTI RAL LANDS AND DEVELOPED INDUSTRIES- Will also Organize Undeveloped Prop- Â¬ LUMBER CO it undersigned have formed a partner sell all kinds of Coal and Lumber at the lowest market price and re- Â¬ spectfully request a iberal patronage from The yards aie located on the public Corporations and float the Orchard Street and also on Third Street rieties into securities where we will build a warehouse upon the Skilled labor fui nished industrial enter- Â¬ completion of the new railroad to this prises place T S BRONSTON Mi 10ti Cleveland Barber Shop THE to Â¬ EAST MAIN hTliKET Room 30 320 BROADWAY NEW YORK I- - M M IIAKBER We have opened a first class shop and ileain to have the patron gentlemen ladies aud chitUrau We guarantee first class work New and elegant furniture clean throughout and sharp razors af C MOOIvE 3 J- - H J STRENG ANNOUNCEMENTS roB B J Uth DoWM I for Sals uthdown CIRCUIT COCKT CIKKK POA CARMKHAEL rk of V tb BM V Oeinu- - Has a wood Position ia Keataeky A F Bunker has returned from Rich 20 1590 lnetUy a ntracted with the Three Forks Coal Company to take gener- Â¬ Sheep tor sale by H II Ooiyer al management and develop their mines Ijocl at Beattyville at Three Forks of the jrs Lail baa renamed her music clan Kentucky river alout fifty miles from Richmond Mr Bunker has lxen superintendent of the Consolidated Coal Com- Â¬ Bee I am or retail at wholesale prices pany here for several years and has shown great and successful ability in ill- - Fair this week and low rates the management of tlie works and the C men He is a high toned christian gen I be K over Estill county tleman and the lose of him ami his estiKnur Comlm moantain j nsianee -- u mable family will lie a serious one to this Igicfanxnid im plainly seen community Mr Bunker will leave Illli1bout the Ltlth iust for his new Tin iolun 1 picnic and hop last week field of labor The liest wishes of this 11 m iu ttinlij ail ill lute tif finlr entire community will follow him lhm pre ailed xilh Ills Commercial - acres land YA PoweD will Ml Jail Fseape ptHk rwaf and liuusehold near Union nth Six colored prisoners escajicd from i Richmond jail Monday night They - abtianl a 5 and 10 cent were Jol l Met ilaughland charged with lrgaiis arc many counter antl assaulting and robbing a reveuue man A a 1 fnm Mt Sterling Ktoway Stewai two 1arrish was called to Pinexille Mrs chargi of cutting Pat Corw in ami Will last week by the death of a gnuidchild Clark robbing Davis circus day Abe Iurrish White assault on wife Dick Johanna V H Hnrber Executor of Henry cuttiug Judge Chenault has aland a reward of r vt ill pell stock and crop near 2o each AiicoBgh Aug 00th The prisoners were confined secMr- loin Williamson hr been in- - ond floor They sawed a two on thestee1 inch by bcr former patrons to resume dmvd bar in two places anil pushed out the imary srhil See ad section two feet long Then picking out U rk Mr L WHill The new the stone sill from under the window ion of the office on lav they lowered themselves Market ropes to the ground urliiv Mr W K Denny Deputy The escae was made lx lwecn 3 fid 4 Mr Armstrong representing the New Miller w up at lie Insurance Company has put oclock as Stump those hours in some Cxl work here tlie jost two Numbers of knives and rsm have lieen taken from aWn fellows from time to V C Kitzjtatrick received two prein time iunis at tlie Nicholas ille Fair on bis Jailer Maupin says it will be a great Id bi ness mare the same that I the great relief when bis time expires took two at tancaater est care accompanied with danger is lr T 1 Taylor has a Uimb found near nece l lv and supposed to A Pioneer Fair Man ben ver since the war The B it wn jterftctly dry In this day af numerous fairs when Mr and Mrs J F Stone liave rented every county has one or more the subtlie new stort rooms hi the nir joined from the Danville Advocate will be of interest ill remove their and Mr A L Wablen a respected citizen ami millinery business into of Mercer was on the grounds Friday it Mr Walden was a director of the first Mr Ed Iowell of Union precinct lirs lair held south of the Kentucky river in ken ekarfje of Central Hotel on lower 189B and is now Hearing the end of his formerly the Patterson eighty seventh year Mr Wablen tells and proposes to run it i good us the first Kentucky fair was held n c Bourlion county in U38 and thesuecet uh -- Vcnteen of the negroes at work ing year the Mercer county fair was held K I AH voted at the August in the old plum orchard at Harrodsburg Ir Callagban the chief Mr Ben Allen was secretary and the re the contractors w ho has exam- - cords of the fair are still kept intact The - Mill If fair was moved from the old plum orchard to the present site of the Centrpl KenMr John Thorpe deputy county clerk tucky Associations grounds Mr Wald his uncle Mr Thos en was one of the original directors of the Thorpe win retired on Saturday association from which the present has n of some kind He is thor grown Though advanced in yawn he oughly reliable and any one desiring the poaacooco a fine memory ami is an ex f a young man will do well ceedingly agreeable gentleman to 4 k rue hint with He has grown old ii ye but Wcldon womam in Schweii -- not in iher wavs He is a remarkible furths camp has givt u birth to a girl man for his age Ihun Ulf AdwuU Put Schweiufuiih refuses to marry her Aged Coffins Utilized saying the Holy Ghaat is the father of the child What were tar and feathers A Iwut forty years ago Folks Kn z a Kev Coiide of for anyhow furniture dealer and undertaker in RichKorkford calls the women at Schwei i mond brought on several metallic collu furt hs concubines They were large ami heavy ami beauti- HECLIMAX W A P Banker PERSONAL Mr J C George of Middleaborough was here last week Misn Mattie Welsh of llryantsville is visiting her sister Mrs S A leatherage Miss Minnie Elizabeth Farley arrived F Farley s last week at Mr and Mrs All well Rev T P Dudley is at home agan ami will preach at Waco Baptist church Humlay Miss Ma tie Walden of Pine Grove Clark com visited relatives in tlrs place last week Mrs Camel Wilmore of Kansas City is visiting her niece Mrs Homer G Baxter this place Mr Richard Cobb of liicoln is visiting his daughter Mrs Thomas Phelps at Dreaming Creek Heights Maj D Shanahan was up from Louv ville the past week looking after the closing work of the R N I it B Miss Maggie Cox of McLean Illinois formerly of this county fan returned on a visit to relatives ami will rema l to the fair C M idall of Richmond WM at home this week but has again returned to his work in the internal Revenue Â¬ TEACHERS INSTITUTE MORNING SCSSION The Madison County Teachers Insti- Â¬ tute convened in Richmond Ky August 11th lVXt under the direction of Mrs A - orally and gradually leads them step by step until they have acquired some facil- Â¬ ity in the construction of sentences Ix fore placing the book in their hands He was attentively listened to and the teachers showed their inteie t by asking many questions which were patiently andsatis- factorilT answered in the conimon schtls Tlie roll was called and the names of several more teachers added making a total of 67 teachers enrolled After in- Â¬ strumental and vocal music the Institute adjourned to meet again at 1 oclock P of adjournment After music and sin ing the Institute was dismissed until oclock P M AFTERNOON SESSION There lieing no further business the In stiute adjourned until 1891 Milton Elliott Conductor i W Stockton Sec LIST Mi s Tillic I ula ArnoM The Institute met a few minutes after the usual hour ami after B nsicand singing proceeded to notice the sub Or TEACHERS Ms Â¬ Adl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- iu - r HE Verm n fkynaL Â¬ -- Dr J I Ashbaugh ai rived here Tuesday at 10 oclock from Chattanooga just in time to assist in the ceremony of welcoming a tiny daughter Mr Ben Gentry Lisle of Chat- nooga Tenn and Miss Aline CJuiseiilxTry of Fayette county visited at Mr Loyd Quisenlierrys the past week Squire Green B Million STCobb EMr J M IVxter and Misses Sim uels ami Million leit on last Wedne ay lor Hot Spaings - n Tin itGtltltta Uda lirivtT lit- - IVnt tillLt ttJllllIfcOI Il VI j V Stockton was elected recording secre- Â¬ tary Miss Jane Patterson financial secre- Â¬ tary and Miss Beeaie Dudley treasurer There were 40 teachers enrolled Mr Thos McKinney Miss Annie DeJarnett Bad Miss Ida Lewis were appointed a committee on resolutions The Chair appointed Miss Mary Hulse and Miss Labi Arnold organists The Conductor then read that portion of the school law which makes it obligatory that all teachers and those who intend to teach attend the In- Â¬ stitute regularly The next on the program befaaj the conductors oticning ad dress Plot Elliott talked briefly but to the point on What to Teach and How to Teach and enjoined the teachers to participate freely in the daaanaaaa of the different subject which would lie brought before the Institute during the session He adretatoa practicability in Institute instructii n The Institute then adjourned to meet again at t oclock P M I K1C t I t llitf teachers iath M AFTEI1NOOON SESSION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i AFTERNOON SESSION The Stanford Journal notes the pre ence of Miss Dora Hacker of this place visiting at Mr A A McKinneys and Mr- - lroaddus of this county visiting her daughter Mrs HtlM rt McAllister THIN COLUMN George Washington is one of the dele Â¬ gates to the Constitutional Convention We arc h receipt of a communication beaded from the Perkins postofBce Oh Ob Kecle this aterbd bund trade but as no name is signed we cant publish it Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fully trimmed inside with lace awd other But it was a natty exjici Iment to il ring by Madison County Fair goods He could not sell them day Septemlier 17th One Mr Kurtz ualk a quarter trot a quarter and The shaie was so unlike the old time n collin that they did not look half 10 The mo t exciting ring like colhns at all Besides there was a i air latent fear that a fellow might not le able W ark at Warn- to get out on the day of judgment and doana u il gas t 11 at Waco is would fetch up lost in the t ial settleabout thirteen hundred feet The quan- - ment renter ats the drilling The coflir were chucked away after cr They buf to strike gas in of waiting and finally Mr Kuz J ing quanti died The ooliius fell into other hands ami at Ir t were uncereuioniou ly damp Who Was Uf ad into a back yard and were after a There ws The Estill Eagle Banc while more or less covered with rubbish fun at Crooked Creek Monday But here be men of parts in these dig-giAn aaaaarted aana fraaa Madison eonfy and the other day an inventive i bin uli the railroad nej genius espied the coffins and straight nd to have matle fast time getting way visions mt of ghosts or mummii away from the iolls bright visions of horse and pig troughs Bnotk Privileges He summoned a arose in his mind friend they purchased the collis pwd Confectionery privileges of tlie Fair were awarded T G Stevens now they are useful for watering and Ba at 3 apt Tom Ferrell feeding purposes After so many years the coffins are Feed ami hitching James HawThe Irvine Tur- Â¬ perfectly Bound aad water tight aii l Watermelon lace ami other contents were well pre 11 in r f 15 IJarlicr shoji John White served not so much as discolored Parents inardians and Yonag Nea A Hfiaarkable Sbootir Il you should attetit the Fair at Lex iit the Commercial College of On last Wetlnestlay Tom Walker an Kentucky University It is situated on ndustrioits ntond man of ths jilace Main street opjsite Couu honse It is was standing near the excavation for Mr wn as cheapest best and highest F B Carrs residence on Broadway honored bus iess cof ege You will be and others were near him They beard welcomed by its President Wibur 11 aaaaaahnaj make a buzzing noise ami ee ad smith Another went strike the fretli dirt iteyoi into Mr EL L Peiys back thampioBHaia af Ceargia yard Tom Baked who is that throwing Mr W It Aherson late with C ITns ami a few moments later clap rocks ft leatheragc voii the two mile champ ped his hands to his side and exclaimed -- hip bicycle race at Atlanta on last He somebody has bit me with a rock Friday Tlie prize was a 100 cup staggered several stejis and his compan waTime G32 The principal contestant ions saw blood coining from bs side Duraud the 10 mile champion of the They tore away his shirt and found a Suite Dont these Madison lxiys bullet hole in the region of the heart up wonderfully away from home as well The invaded man suffered greatly ami at home there was much excitement Some one said that Messrs P M Papa Wheelmen lUwe and John Gibson bad MM out north of rs A D Buff F i Mitchell town with a gun and pistol and they P Deatherage J H Hagun Chenault must have done the shooting A m Willis and tireen Clay returned on Mon senger was hurried away to inform them day from Mammoth Cave whither they a quaiter of They were btnd more went on their bicycle i The first ilay a mile away entirely out of sight over a they ran from Richmond to Springfield big hill shooting at a tree near the new sixty four miles and made the cave in railroad embankment less than nana days They returned by As the gun was a little 22 calibre it way of Louisville was entirely out of the question first because the wound was evidently matle Trae a larger bullet and second becaana There were probably a half dozen fe-Â¬ with of a little target gun could not peaaaVy male candidates for Superintendent shoot that far Then the question arose Schools in as many counties in Kentucky pocket pistol not more than Only one of the number in Madson could a she was the eight inches froui end to end ami using was elected and county what i called a SB abort ahootfowr nominee of the IVmocratic paiiy The or five hundred yards mora is that if women wal run for office It is the general befekf among exjierts they ought to offer on the Democratic that a SB abort In a pocket pHaal aide Georytotru Timet could not possibly have done the ink U it ilid then a 44 long in a large Final king Co a new revolver will shoot a mile The wounded The Richmond Plumbing company will ojen a shop about Sept man is slowly improving at this writing may get lth Dae notice will le given of the and son expresswell Mcaan Pope andÂ¬ great regret notwith I ktrntkrtt apm a full line of Will standing thev are by no means certain r lioth gas and water plumbinj The pistol v did the shooting The work will lte done by men I a new one having just come in on Sanitary a hail train and they had taken it out for plumbing steam and gas fitting Tlioae reserve trial needing work are requested to orders Major H C McDowell took one of Up- Dick KeddV fox bourn South with him - a few weeks ago and he was such aliard discovapaarj fnn of that pumping from the new looking brute that bis friends made nettled the Major and he ofwell and him This well sinr that it i not an dent stream fered to bat that his hound would outrun k They laughed at the lay they their v p n last 1 to bet all their dogs best the 1800 foot well of the jlei dog that he i his Kentucky With dynamite natural gas Ut was settled and tlie chase soon began The Kentucky hound ek nud in foity min- ne anionst of water has not been found outran The Major owns a It - more than pr lat they will Diek Redd is happy le compelletl to awiit the building ot the water works Mixed Speed Uiag Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 ii Â¬ -- Â¬ thi We dont know whether the editor of the Winchester Sun assaulted the former editor of the Democrat becanee of the good tlii lgs the f D man saidalxiut him self or the bat tlr igs he said about the Sun man The Richnotid Climax appropriates a quarter of a c iluuin of our stXk items and credits then to the Danville Advo cate It makes no difference however but in justice to the Advocate we make the correction SVuifnrtl JminniL A barrel of whisky contains headaches debts curses tears sorrows regrets pains bleated liopn fnbn lunula agony poiaoa poverty ruin terrors hunger groans orphans homes and serpents Farmer1 Homt Journal Has the editor oi the Home Journal at How else last taken to hard drink could be become so familiar with red licker A Richmond lady has the affliction of walking in her sleep ami she cannot r No amount awakened until touched Her the loudest calling will suffice husband h secured a gum string with a ball fasiem i near one end The string is attached to the nnfot innate woman ami the bed no that when she starts the end slips off the bed the ball strikes her and latently wakes her up Midkill ia working a fine scheme to own all the tlogs in town The collector bad the tax t gs made at Midkiffs shop They are of bran and branded with the But words Tax Paid in large letters on the other side in small letters is Mr Midkitis name Boon day BOOH he will claim all the good dogs ami there can be no contention abowt the matter as bis name on the collar tag will settle it Jfr Frtiirli Tijitmi ffictwowd A My Dlwi Loao FooTO Faxaxn If you rre go ig to run Tiik Climax until Judgment Day without a Thin Col you can stop my paper um i Who on earth do you think wants your pajier without a gizzard in it Sorrow fully your friend BRltE ClIAMI Mil Bra e Ciiami Do you live on gizzards Doubtless thats why you are so lieautiful Respectfully INtlNEEIl OK TlllN ColVMN Former lvlitor Bcckuer who wr in collision with Editor Taylor at Winchester lrt week raed this language in Iri article The people knew that I bail on my track sleuthhounds who would have bayed with delight could they but have struck a went of vice or weakness in my The record of my private character uibl ie career could not be a- - i d As County Judge I had reduced exin i es and commanded the confidence of all men Aa B iilroad Commissioner I had faith- Â¬ fully maint heed the rights of the people In politics my record was without a And in the next sentence blemish apeakaof my well known modesy Who is that great man Sehwein furth asked a small colored boy of a latly in Richmond one day last week Why there was a woman named Beck man who claimed to be Christ ami when she diet her mantle fell on Schwein fu ih explained the lady Laaraee them carjenters ought to fasten their mantels up In tter Y i that sos they wont lie fallin on people exclaimed the boy Then the lady went on to expla i to the boy that he did not understand her remark and told him all about Sch wei lfui ths claims The lsiys eyej opened wide and ha slowly ejaculated Ihm Id hate to monkey and prank with God that way Â¬ Â¬ The Institute met at theapjiointed hour After musical exercises the names of nine tea hers were added to the roll making a total of 8 Prof Kll iott intro- Â¬ duced the combined method of reading spelling and writing treated together because they should le I light together Miss Bessie Dudley gave her exerience in using MtGuffeys Charts She thought they assisted the teacher very materially especially when there were si vera pupils in the class Miss Patterson gave her experience in teaching the word method Prof Elliott in a few abe approves rcmar s advised the teachers not using charts to do so The use of cards was also favorably mentioned The combined met ho i of teaching reading sidling and writing with Ixxiks was apohaa ujhiii by Messrs Park Roln rts ami Harris The conclusion reached aeeaaed to be that when the child bad been taught the word method for a short tme Prof the alphabet should lie taught Elliott then spoke a few minutes enjoin- Â¬ ing tlmnfttjlutiM in teaching and matle none useful suggestions in overcoming tliltieulties in teaching primary classes Slate work was then taken up the ad vantages of printing the letters were ad Â¬ vocated by Prof Elliott Miss DeJarnett nil others Shoul earliest lieginncrs le required to do any work outside oi the recitation brought forth very interesting remarks Messrs Harris i oin Miss Jane Patterson What should Wilson Willisand others be done with small children between brought forth expressions oi reei tioi opinion from many teachers the majority secmii g to agree that play was the best antidote for work The subjects Numer of xcitations for small children per day Length of recitations Having pupils to read the lesson backward How to deal with silent letters Having the duller pupil to read first ami objects in teichng pupils to write at a leader age ware ken up and discussed with some humor and much interest by many of the teachers Oral spelling its advan tages and its defects was next introduced and diacaaned the advantages deemed to be much greater than its defects This subject was followed by written BpeUing which wis thought by the teachers who expressed themselves to poaeen great superiorly over oral apeUin as it re Â¬ ceived the attention of two senses instead of one hearnig ami seeing Methods of review ami phonetic spelling were noticed How to teach definitions with interest was and pronunciation duly dis cussed A few remarks on pronunciation ami unaccented syllables by Bev Mr Crow were dulv appreciated by the Institute A short intermission was then given the tef heis After recess the subject of Advanced Reading was introduced by Prof lClliott Mrs Stevai F F Dodge Miss March Miss Dt Jarnett t id Mr Bruce advanced nan good opinions as to how the lesson Miss Harcouit M should be studied March and Miss DeJarnet descused Si- Â¬ thorough prejiaration What lent Beading was discussed by K F Dodge Miss DeJarnett Miss March MLss Campliell ami Prof Elliott Messrs Mc Kinney and Tudor set forth their manner How of hearing recitations in reading to prevent repeating drawling low and was participated in by rapid reading Misses Adams Park Oldham Keened and Dudley Mr Willis and Prof Elliott Prof Hagenuan sjioke briefly upon the subject of How to cultivate the habit of Prof Elliott also readng rmong pupils niide a few remarks on the same subject The Institute then adjourned until 9 oclock A M Tuesday Aug 12th The Institute approved the minutes 1 1 The Institute met at the appointed hour ami the subject of Advam eil Grammar was introduced by the Conductor Several teachers siMtke on the difference in the method of teaching primary and advanced grammar Comparative ini- poi iaace of parsing diagramming and analysis was spiritedly discussed by Messrs Boberta Harris Moore ami McKinney Misses March Oldham Arnold and others ahewiag that the bnrertaat study of grammar was given due consideration l their schools Litest treatment of in- Â¬ finitives and participles was next no- Â¬ ticed Prof FHliott placed sentences on the blackboard which were parsed by different teachers as selected by him This mode elicited exprenaaoaeof opinion whib maniiested a deep interest in the subject His exercises on the blackboard were of a practical character show ing the pupil that he is not dealing with dry abstracts but with famil r realities with which he will daily and hourly meet He showed that sentences must lie thoroughly analyzed words must le parsed baton the people can undersMnd the philosophy that underlies the correct use of the Eaghah language How to prevent the use of slang elicited several modes of prevention well expressed ami to the point On the sul jects of Assisting pupils at recitation only and other Topics for brief talks several teachers participated and many good and progressive ideas were ad vanced After st nie delightful vocal ami instrumental music the institute adjourned until 9 oclock A ML Aug 13th Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ MOBNINO SESSION ABOUT RAILROADS Judges Jackson and Sage of the l have decided that Court Cincinnati railroads cau sell tickets to paities at a less rate than to a single traveler Track layng has reached Perkins and will be to Million by Saturday The grade is complete to a point eleven luihs east of Richmond except at the Fair ground an one or two other points ami they wlH b doae Saturday September 1st will bring the track into Richmond men of A number of representative Eaamanr met the LooisvUle Southern officiate at Nicholr ville last week and had a favorable conference in reference to the building of a road to Iancaster and beyond The Lancaster Record says The character for this read ia vary lib-era in its provisions and contemplates the building of a railroad through Gar-rard via Lancaster stai ting from either Nicholasville Burgin or of three points Danville and rannning through Madi- son via MeKee ia Jackson Manchester in Clay c itli Middleslwro in Bell the Magical City as the objective point Our people want the road and intend to have it We confidently believe it can eared under this liberal charter go to work in earnest V tag Â¬ The Institute convened at 9 oclock and after devotional exercises the minutes of the preceding day were read and approved Penmanship being the nex subject on the program it was taken up and dis cussed by Prof Klliott and Mrs Stewart The thret elements a tratgbt line a right curve ami a left curve were inoght be- Â¬ fore the Institute by Prof Elliott Mis Harcourt Miss Adams Prof Harris and Mr Maloy expressed the opi lion that the FVleetic and other copy books with Bene copies were a disadvantage rather than an advantage in learning to wIte Messrs Tudor Robert McKinney ami Bruce thought otherwise the arguments pro and con became quite interesting and broudit out many good points on baft sid s Profs Harris and Roberts thought the liest results were obtained by teaching writing separately from other A query from Mic studies Hamilton brought fowh a diversitv of opinion as to the proper time of day for writing exer cisi j in the common schools the majority of those expressing themselves favored morning a the most suitable time By r an d Mies Hareoaut gave her method of distributing and collecting copy booki and writ ig materials without loss of time Prof Faliott then talked awhile on the different movements and their uscs Mr Scudder was called upon and fully coincided with the Professors views The next subject introduced was Pri- Â¬ Prof Harris spoke mary Grammar briefly upon the subject He thought 14 or 15 years of age was as early as pupils could lea ii grammar with proper unM iss 1 leJarnett Mr Moores derstanding and Mr Tudor gave their method of teaching grammar on the hlacklxmrd Mrs M H Berry advocates teaching grammar to quite young pupils aha bad done so with success Mr Roberts gave his exeiinee in teaching primary gram- mar He advocates the objective method Prof Elliott then gave his method of He present teaching i rimary grammar ed the subject in a clear simple and con ciso light which was neither too difficult for tbe begirner nor too ainple for the more advanced pupils he teaches them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HaailkiTrbiffa The Christian Church annual State Elegant line of ladies handkmeeting is in session at I a xi ml 011 Other subjects were taken up such as Crooke Bennkit V I 40 Retbel thri tian church was Lengh of reciations fllllMB for ed on laat Sunday Elder O J dedicat Young Ik you want to buy a Sulky Surrey opening ami closing school Short ami preaching Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for frequent recess Requisites to success he la the latest best and chea Fifteen hundred people at the unde ful teaching Ac which elicited reuiarks nominational camp mccting at IVsuics and opinions from the teachers after Life af the riesh is the blood The It will continue over which the roll was again called and the boroaajh Sunday pure blood means healthy func- Â¬ thereof Everybody invitInstitute adjourned until 9 oclock Friday the coining Smdav it the tional activity and thi- ed morning certainty of quick n The annua convention af the Ken1 accident Dr J H Mcl ans MORNINI SESSION tucky Sunday School 1nion w ill bo held Strengthening Cordial and Blood PuriTbe Institnte convened at 9 oclock in Georgetown Aug 2t 27 2S The fier gives pure rich blood and vitalises ami after the devotional exercis the session will he held at the Christian and strengthens the whole body 100 Braced1 ig day were read and approved Church About 2C0 delegates are ex Â¬ per bottle 13 Dr A W Smith was then introdruced pected by the Conductor ami delivered a verv Idshwerf Ombre DIED Kev W T Poynter of Sbelbyv ille interesting lecture on the subject of phy We have the novelty of the season in Beared the wax chewen el aha Bethel iology and hygiene He presented the At the hone of his grandparents Mr cashmere ombr amp Meeting Friday GlWe He said subject matter metlnxlically in a plain rrr 5c Lrmsi ami Mrs Thou Trower of Imwel con 40-- 1 it was a sign of idiocy and he wouldnt didactic style The importance of proper William Millard Fletcher sumption hold a revival where all chewed wax CoVGMS and uninvited but sanitary conditions in the school ami at and he thought that iod would save aged one year ami twenty two 1a with a vou can quick home were set ioath fully ami plainly such idiots without preaching Ir few does ot Dr J II McLean The Institute showed its appreciation of lyivataf figa Poling follow 11I endorsed 13 Ir Smiths lecture by extending to him Dr Poynter saidamibut got inmost that Produced from the laxative and nutritious several a vote of thanks Prof Elliott also gave UimmIv juice of California figs combined with the MOKNINO SESSION Apron JU laughs at the hitters expense medicinal virtues of plants known to be ce our Bordered Apron The Institute met at 9 oclock After a talk on this subject He suggested oral iunj ddnnte Dont fail most beneficial to the human system acts Good devotional exercises the roll was called instruction for those without text lxioks The EBdnra Paptist Association met gently on the kidneys liver and bowels and the absentees noted The minutes and illustrated by simple topical outlines in its one hundretl anil fifth Choi 40- annual ses- effectually cleansing the on the bletkboaid The roll was then system dispelling of tbe preceding day were read ami ap Lite will acquire new zcl and called Prof Harris Mr Roberta ami sion with the Bryant Station Church colds and headaches and curing habitual proved By request Mr J A Sullivand if you will impel your Bev P fulness return Mr Scudder were appointed a committee near this city yesterday constipation livered an address In fore tlie Institutcon Raymond preached the introductory serrmance of liver and k the subject Civil government its object on legislation Tbe Institute took a short mon The Confederate Association which their li Kev K H Back was re elected Dr J 11 McLeans Liv intermission origin ami nature His remarks were met Saturday transacted but little except er and Kid Alter recess Prof Harris took up the moderator I W D Seeley clerk and appropriate and edifying ami the InstiHereafter they will to healthful action flooperbof J R Howard assistant clerk After ap-Â¬ routine business subject of primary arithmetic He tute showed its appreciation by extending propriate remarks by the moderator ed meet once each month the second 3- to bin a vote of thanks Prof Elliott thought the four fundamental rules hail taking the chair prayer was offered by day at 11 A M April 2rith an QBBl iallr Uti followed Mr Sullivan on the subject and beta too much neglected in our common 1 K Nunnelly Words of welcome adopted as Confederate decoration dav Cotton L le thread and si offered many good suggestions abowt schools He advocates thorough reviews were aeafcea by the Beater J C Free The committee to raise funds for build- Â¬ ami practical instruction Prof Harris How to teach civil goveruient in our man and responded to on behalf of the ing a Confederate monument was continBennett v L 1 40-- Crooke Mrs Berry gave her was followed by Mr Si udder who coincommon schools Wtmehater Dnwacred association by T W Beagle Lexington ued exjerience n teaching civil government cided with him in his views He combines sn ltr n of The damp and Jcc Piano Instruction without a lsiok Mr Bruce bail no class mental and written arithmetic and re- Â¬ regions newly cleared of tin The popularity of camp meetings ps to solve examples addiMrs Lail will resume her class Mon in that study but gave his ideas on how quires the pupils o one of the features of the summer dav September 8th 1S90 at D A For to the rays it should lie taught Mr Moores teaches tional to those contained in the text liook in the neighborhood of Baltimore and mans Main Street Can take a few more malaria Dr J H McLean the subject on the bkaekbond by outlines Prof Flliott also combines mental and throughout the State seenis to ha grow- pupils than already engaged Refers to Fever Cure by mild and gentle action by request he gave an example of his written arithmetic ami thinks the ina bottle and will radically cure structor and pupils should lioth feel that ing every year and the gatherings of former patrons and pupils it method on the baaed Mr Boberte Miss I3- guaranteed is lost in dwelling upon ami re- Â¬ 1S0 have probably surassed in point Adams 110 Harris and others partici- Â¬ no time F J Conn died nan Paint Lick in view ing the eementary ules until the ai d attendance and popular interest any Do- al pated in this discussion Tbe roll was Many of tlu Garrard county aged S years is thoroughly master of them He of their predecessors kies Sswrita and B agani called The Institute then ad- pupil Sheet rar Sale thinks the child should le required to larger camp grounds are assuming the ind at very and mist popular journed until 2 oclock P M give proper definitions and proicrly tie character of permanent summer home I have 2300 sheep for sale including reasonable SESSION AKTEKNOtN tine each step in the process On the for large numtiers af people ami the cot 1000 select ewes MtOKHMESS Lllti OK hUBtT ftn all language lessons was the first sub- Â¬ subject of the pwpn time to hear arith- Â¬ tages are being transformed from mere H H Colvfr 10- ffntWartf thin is hat fan Can Miss March gave her metic classes recite there was a diversity temporary ject introduced shelters into substantial Hr Haint s liolihn Sard k There raa be rsnntl method of teaching this branch of study of opinion among the teachers some adÂ¬ structures with all the comforts and con to the little folks She does not confine vocated morning while others thought venieiicies of more pretentious residen- large pans buckets coffee peas tea pot with herself to the book but extends and en- evening the most appropriate The opin- ces Aside from the religious interest slates and thousands of other valuable a larges ujon it Mr RoKrts also gave hs ions from each side were sustained by good which centra in then gatherings the tides on the 5 cent counter at P M Pores theory of teaching it This subject was arguments It The Institute then ad life n the woods with its fresh air and followed bv Correct pronunciation for journed until oclock P M freedom is undoubtedly a great lioon to Charles Dudley Warner in the Editors Messrs Tudor Moores small pupils then wo participate and while the mod- Â¬ Drawer of Harpers Magaz ne for Au- te troni i AFTERNOON BBBMOR and Miss Ida Lewis gave their views ern caaap panada may be lacking the will enter into some interesting spec- Â¬ Ailtln General Taylor the aged father of our simplicity and peetanamnrean of the gust which contained many good points Mr ulation upon the influence of what we call honored the old fashioned gatherings they are probaHdham and Miss Do vie Burton expressed excellent Superintendent refinement upon individuality and inciNEW ADVERTISEMENTS The correct mechanical Institute with his presence during the bly much more comfortable in the long dentally makes some practical sugg views upon After p11 call Prof run ami provide much better facilities form and were followed by Mr Young evening session regarding the management of conversaElliott introduced School Government Miss Patterson and Miss Beanie Dudley for rest and recreation Baitimon tion lunc it a itl delivered a plain practical lecture on Prof Elliott then enlarged apoa what One of the most famous printing houses Ri ma had been said ami made his meaning that subject the quiet attention given HORSE NOTES him by the teachers plainly showed their that ever existed was that founded at Ant- at Richmond Ky m clear by illustrations on the blackboard He besought them to werp by ChrUtopher Ilantin in and Mrs Berry and Miss March discussed appreciation of it which continued under the control of his Curry Ro I Chenault received the U premthe preparation necessary to enter the control with a steady hand to be tinn to J ra ColstunM class in composition stallion at the descendants until 1867 a period of three Carttr Larne Assiiment of lie kind be reasonable be uniform and ium for the best hundred and twelve years The building Caines Johanah the subject by the teacher wasdiscusMd beware of loo ant iv positive rules They Nicholasville fair on J lhn in which the business of Ibis remarkable Ounkinu Mirv by Miss Arnold Prof Harris and Mis bind both teacher and pupil ami by all D E Crousc a millionaire turfman of e G Pre mean la le candid with parents establishment was conducted together Daniel Hawda Jennie Smith Several good and cogent Syracuse K Y has just completed a Dietrich Samuel Tlie committee on resolutions consist with all the artistic collections of the Estill Dollv rea ons were given why the teacher Parke Tom stable that cost him iO0tOU0 house its ancient presses and its old furni- Edwards B F should assign the subject and that only ing of Thomas McKinney Miss Ida The gelding Play Bay 2201 by M Miss March and Miss leJarnatt made ture are now the property of the city of Ehte Bettie a short time before the composition an Tate NU Curdys Hambletonian has been liought Antwerp and have been converted into a Gains Clarence the following report to be written Taylor March Mi ley by J W Leahy of Chicago for J000 museum which with its wondrous treas- Janes L W Mr The committee appointed on resoluTurner M In Topics for brief Iks Miss Har- Â¬ The St Iouis trotting meet ig will ures of literaire and art may well be re- Johnson Win Turner Anderson court Miss DeJarnett fliss Adams Mr tions to expre the wishes of the mem If Tudor and Prof Elliott made valuable bers of the 21st Teachers Institute of take pane Beptoaabn 2 to lie trot 220 garded as one of the most interesting and Johnson S Leue- que suggestions for the development of a taste Madison county Ky beg leave to submit 225 ami 2i0 classes each of 1000 unique in Europe In an article entitled Lemen Alma Mi- paces 2li S2o00 and 220 classes each Moretjs to appear in Harpers Planlin Sebas deg b a nough for pure literature Prof Elliott in- Â¬ the following ManuJohn E SI 000 magazine for August Octavia Henel will Post Ortice hours from 6 a m to 7 p m troduced the subject of geography Mr ffaaaaai 1 That we tender our thanks Brook Travis of the Still well Bncft describe a recent visit to this remarkable Money order and registered letter hours Park Miss DeJarnett Mss March and to Prof Filliott for the very able I id in- Â¬ The article will be fully illus- Â¬ prompt 7 a m to fi p m Miss Arnold spoke upon the sv ithetic or structive manner in which he has con Farm Ia Porte Ind has sold to Alex museum B WILLIS p m Frazer of Kansas City Mo for 2500 trated from photographs by J Maese of home method of teaching it Miss Pow- Â¬ ducted our Iustitute Antwerp it filly Eva Wilkes the trotting ell Prof Harris Miss DeJarnett and M s 2 That to Prof Stockton -- id M s I have 140 acres of grass Will graze March gave their methods of teaching Patterson he voted the thanks of the In- record 22t4 by Star Wilkes Mr Harry tiiovannoii the official pro stock at reasonable prices map drawing stitute for the rendering of efficient ser o 10 Mrs S J Hag an graruer of the Danville fair has secured The Superintendent infoimed the In- Â¬ VjC i as secretaries stitute that Garfa 1 and Lees text book on the same privilege at Richmond and will In connection with the series of papers That the Institute express its grati- Â¬ civil government had been recommended give the Madison county people Official now being published on Exercise for Wotude to Miss lJe sie Dudley for remaining Mrs John Williamsons Se- Â¬ program name of horse and color of men the next number of Harpers Razar by the 81 te Board of Education for use in Kentucky w bile acting in the capacity driver itc in his own jieculiariy suc will contain an article on The Ladies lect Primary School will open in our common schools and the Countv of treasurer Mr tiiovannoii is con Â¬ Athletic Club at the Berkeley Lyceum Board have adopted tbe recommendation cessful manner Monday September 15th 4 That to Mrs Million be tendered the The Institute then adjourned until 9 nected with the Advocate ami we vouch by Mary Gay Humphreys io thanks of the Iiifcitute for her kind man for him Hell get there Danville Adro oclock A M Aug 14th 1890 agement and oversight of said body sheep I catt MORNING SESSION 5 That we thank Misses Arnold and At the Guttenburg N J sale of horses The Ii titute convened at the usual Five good sheep have strayed from my Huls for the delightful music furnished seven from Fordham stable brought After music and devotional exir hour place Liberal reward during tbe session of the Irstitute of SXIT 93765 an overage Charles c JOHN F WAGERS the minutes of the preceding d iv 9 t That we extend our most heaiifelt Reads five colts by Forester aggregated were read and approved The roll was NOTICE 3200 an average of S540 his thirteen called rid the absentees noted Prof ijaTlnnhi to Mi rs J A aad P II W Elliott introduced the subject of histoiy Sullivan for their earnest and profitable fillies by same horse UMMj average T D Sedgwick Post No 130 Grand addresses the former on civil govern- Â¬ Four colts by iniiorted Pickwick 7375 and made sou preliminaiy remarks Army of Republic will have a call meetment and the latter on school laws as rel- Â¬ average lr43 Ten fillies by same ing Saturday Aug which if well heeded would not only add 30 All are invited c 17200 average 1720 Six cots by to the information of the teachers but ative to trustees institutes teachers to be present for business Dr Smith for bis instructive lecture Miser son f Australian 4N25 average prove injKii ant helps in the ixhool room also WILEY EMBRY P C on physiology and hygiene S70 Eleven fillies by same JS75 av- Â¬ FVtf Harris Miss Patterson Mr ScudG B MILLER Adjt erage 625 Two colts by imp Muscovy 7 That we thank Prof B C 1 lager der r id Miss Adams discussed the sub Wanted A position for Fail Term Seven fillies by same S 1850 1000 ject and seemed to that tbe best re- man Kev W Crow Mr I N Douglas Nineteen colts made S17H50 average by a lady to teach either a private school Spiire Willis and others for remarks and sults were obtained by oral instruction relating some incident or telling some profitable suggestions dung the vat ions fJMfulfi Twenty five fillies matle 17425 or as an assistant Can teach the full 007 Forty four head made English course Two years experience average historical anexilote to first get the pupils sessions of the Institute Good references furnished Address 55P75 average SS03H5 Â¬ interested Mr Roberts gave his man8 That we thpnk the citizens of Richner of teaching historv He commences mond who have entertained the teachers Almont Boy the sire of the great Box 22 Smithtield Henrv Co Kentucky with the oral method and teaches from during the Institute pacer OaBaa has bhry He was If you are suffering with weak or in10 13 the known to the unknown and then as Â¬ 9 That we thank the v itors for their purchased by Dr W A PascluJi and an flamed eyes or granulated evelids you sociates the present with the past and attendance and interest sociate for 150 and afterward pa can be quickly cured by using Dr J H our Institute this by contrast establishes facts indelli during if sessions chall became his sole owner by purclir Strengthening Eve Slave 25 BUSINESS EDUCATION Kc ii bfy upon the minds of his pupils Mr ing the other half interest for friOO He cents a box 113 10 That we thank the officers and is now worth every dollar of 10000 Yates in giving his opinion thought it members of the Christian Church for the Almont Boy is a Watches Clocks and Jewehr will be was not a good idea to put the child in chestnut horee foaled of their house in which to hold our promptly repaired bv Mrs Anna Armer t 1H75 by Almont Jr dam McKwen mare in history too soon Dr Northcnt ad- Â¬ use if left at Mrs John Farleys Institute 7 iQ vanced some good ideas and made some by Torpedo son of Childe Harold 11 That we subject tbe following to be excellent suggestions in regard to teach KM eleven grant lam Mollie by Hamlet son of ConBest make of Ladies and Misses Kid ing this important though much neglect voted uiHin by the teachers of Madison sul etc bred by James M Ewen ed branch of study Prof Elliott thought County Institute 1st That the teachers Franklin Tenn Three of his get have Gloves ever in town Every pair guaran that history should Ik taught in conjunc- of Madison county request our Superin Â¬ been trained ami they have proven teed Crooke Bennett Urmston tion with geography great horses He gave illustra- tendent to apjioint either common school themselves They are 40-21 j and Daltions of outlning on the blackboard teachers or ex common school teachers as Aline 220 Dr Almont Hume are agents for first Burnam ATTEHD THE A rr which to a great extent obviates the a board of examineis in Madison county las 2 11 J Stock Farm f class insurance companies Try them troubles caused by too many text Ixxiks 2nd That tbe teachers of Madison Coun- Â¬ There is a clamor in certain quarters on the same subject Miss Jennie Smith ty Institute agree to refuse to teach a for a change in the programme ot trot- Â¬ The quality of the blood depends Of Kentucky Umirerdtr LOWSTOi IT gave her method of historical reviews school where tbe public money is to be ting meetings by which trotting races m4 tPPtn Wilis much upon the good or bad digestion and a W Cmrmrr The roll was again called Tbe subject appropriated for other purposes than the shall he made to consist of fewer heats assimilation to make the blood rich in WILBUR R SMITH Pmcsiocnt salary of the teacher of School Laws was next introduced than at present It is alleged that running 712 That a copy of these resolutions be meetings in some of the other cities are life and strength giving constituents use Willi Mr P H Sullivan gave the Institute a ttU C IW T Bntai wl Plfc tt 9 mm at WUS CiiHI r H McLeans Strengthening CorDr a nt nin i talk on the typical school trustee be printed in the Climax aad Register fry y better patronized by tbe people because dial and Blood Purifier it wilt nourish truthfully and vividly depicted the char These rtolutions were adapted by a the races are shorter and that conee f acter of the ignorant and delinquent trus- Â¬ unanimous vote of the Institute and the quently there are more of them in the the properties of the blood from which Um It tiMi AHri rnnull f CmsotM ft ill Mat Swat ilim the elements of vitality are drawn i 00 LatMrai Maa rum II II ill ill I Cilllilnlml H aaV tee and thought him too prone to use the committee discharged course of an afternoon is true that It OaaTll Cia fcnaaa Tat t a Slliiaira per bottle 2 13 WaaanHaaakOaaalT t Willi HnlMa iiIiIMii i kaaa Tjl public money indiscreetly and for other The committee on legislation consist- Â¬ some trotting races get to be a little te- Â¬ W Ilia mm Tllajilal I Hal taaaaari aad raaaa aa aaa Sa laaaa aaa ar alat aai BaaLana Wall 1aners purj oses than thatfor which it was intend- ing of Prof Harris Mr Seudder and Mr dious especially when the performers Clam Ijiililfcaaiuamfcr UlrMiirtiapSnt Bj wajMir ipawuHMirnaVi cm ed Many questions were asked and many Koltrts asked for further time as the aie allowed to score indefinitely M Ma rtfa Largest and cheapest line of Wall Pabut opinions expressed which prolonged the Institute would meet again before the there are few lovers of tlie sport that pers in town aalea far aSaa ami raw imm a U0 minutes beyond its usual time It was grantee would desire to see an innovation by 40- - Ckoukk Bennett ii Urmston sturo convened Mara W1UHK a aXTTO Fr cal in all Theory and atactica af teaching which was followed by discussions on Preparation Our purposes in teaching Obtaining information con- Â¬ for work Many of the laaeh cerning the Behoof ers expre ised their views anil opinions beefy on these subjects Organizing classes and assigning lessons was another subject which aroused tbe interest af the teachers aad the Institute was edified with the exKrience of Mr Harrison Mr Bruce Mr Moore Prof Harris and oth- Â¬ ers after which Prof Elliott suggested and explained on the blackboard the prier way to organize ami classify the school He bv a few well directed remarks gave the teachers some good ami wholesome advice from his large store of experience ami thus dropiied many gems of golden thought into the receptacle ot us fill knowledge rnd enjoined in school organ- Â¬ ization he has in all his teachings throughout the set -- ion of the Institute that the teachers lie thorough and practiÂ¬ 1 Alice Arnold Sallic Breeding Mr Ivy Burton Arthur Burton Mis riovte Burtin Mr M H Berry Mr James Bruce Mus Rulh Crow Mary Campbell Mr Allen Clu e Miss Minnie Crandalt Sailie Ihidlcy Annie Dejarnatt Laura Hum is Annie Pnuglass I I Fan Ht ttie Francis Besie Dudl--- Ida Lewis Nannie Lykias Mr J F Million T J McKinney Miss Hattte March Lula Merritt Mr M F Moores RoKert T Moores J W Moore John Milloy Albert Masters Miss Sailie McClelland Mrs Fdna Maupin Mr J B Nnland I B Oldham Mrs Marv Patterson 1 Virginia Haroa Ruth Jones Mr M- Jennie English Tattle Jreen Mr Fred Gnnteid Mrs Miry Hayden Miss Mary Huls Mrs Miry Herd Miss Myme Hamilton VI Hammond Nannie H alhman A J Holmau Mr I Icc Iltrns NiiuiiHtrcourl Miss Jnc Patterson Mr VV S Park Miss Nannie Rawliugs Milindt Romans Mr T W Rercs Miss Jennie Smith Mrs Fannn- Stewart Mi R V St udder VV Slockton Mil ruiT Sam Tudor n M 1oell Tiylur B the Huus Mrs Nellie Hart Vli I s F Htrris Hirnso Mr MM Mary While times Voung - W I Yites Vlllllg which aged hoaes would trot fewer heats than best three in five Stork Farm The trotting and pacing horses are coming to the front nobly this aeaaoa In the Cleveland races yesterday twenty two horses contested for three purses and in the eleven heats there were none above 222 In the 230 trot with nine entries there were two heats and one in in 220 one heat in 21 The trotter or pacer that expects to make any show this year must have speed and lie driven to its top notch These races are gradually rising above the suspicion under which they have suffered so long that they are jockeyed for mere money making purposes and are establishing a reputation for fairness in which the heal horse wins Th- icv will make trotting and pacing races I respectable popular ami profitable Cotiiiio rrial dn The match race lietween the great trotters af the day resulted in a victory lot 11 of Pilot Medium over the son of Electioneer Palo Alto in second heat equaled Maud ss fastest time in a race The most delicate constitution can afey use Dr J H McLean Tar Wine Lung Balm it is a cure remedy for coughs loss of voice and all throat and lung diseases Sick Hcadachc and a sensation of oppression and dullness in the head are very commonly produced by indigestion morbid despondency irritability and over sensitiveness of the nerves may in a ma- Â¬ jority of cases be traced to the same cansc Dr J H McLean Leer and Kidney Calm and Pellets will positively cure l ljt Take one of Dr J II McLeans Little Liver and Kidnej fore you go to Iccl the next day Lace 40- 2li Only is cents I u will s vial Iartaias - Â¬ Our Lace Curtain stot cte - row Crooks Dfsnfii There are many accident and t MMMAUY RELIGIOUS their work Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Match Race fSfaj a side in live heats trotting 1 1 2 1 Jack 2 1 2 2 Palo Alto Time 2iU 2J 21 Py quarters First heat First quarsecond quarter 107 three ter 0114 1 loj quarters mile 211 horse 2 Hi Second fleet Wnt half 110 three quarters 140 mile 21 horse 21 1 Third Heat -- Quarter 0M half 10 three quarters 1141 mile 21 Second horse Fourth Heat Quarter 04 half 1071 three quarters 112 mile 2lri Second horse 2 Hi1 Stock and cause m inconvenience and loss to the farmer in his work which may be quickllest three by the an of Dr J II McLeans Volcanic Oil Liniir es which alTcct 1 1 2il Â¬ t4 I 2J Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l Â¬ Â¬ 5 LIST OF LETTERS 15 Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - d Â¬ Select Primary Stall Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HCLONG Ford Ky Is selling out to Â¬ Â¬ aee Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ leave the State Will sell LUMBER retail at wholesale prices -- 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wuteMZtl Hr Â¬ If I1ICM Â¬ ltls II Â¬ Â¬ i s THE STARS Waal ate their yean Ik nlgbts m Jorp mifatti tw re And still unknown sad Iw ntirul toe The siicat courses of Etrnilly What an- - their memories of Creations days When startled Chaos tram Its rmt knew its Master as J with They sang btrth sone of world swaa the clad our trembling What bare they looked on since with patient donated roUod awayt V antiquity raati that dies Baton sash records of the Past as they Can they o man his mystery explain The why the whevC of his uncertain It Unlock the riddle that h- - reads fat rata clear the tangled problem of his fatel Oan captain who finally effected the cure Get mo a glass of water somebody he cried in bis gTuff hearty way Bloss my heart dont any of you good people know bow to cure the hiocoufrhs Take nine 6ips of water now Squeak dear Hold on now Let me count cm There you arc Didnt I tell you now And the captain waddled back to his post looking as proud as Punch A few da38 later the captains medical services were once more brought into play This time both Bubble and Some one had Squeak were patients made a groat dish of taffy and both the youngsters had partaken of It freely Next morning they paid the penalty for both bad a whacking toothache As tbc morning passed the pain grow worse end lunch time found them both sob Â¬ I Boots I DEALERS IN All Caps WITH ClflTliiNGITHE FINEST OH Sloes -- Hats XNI Yes- - GISTS 1IS1C MJS FOR THE bing thai a rare give f mans anxious Questl la weariness to lire d of kla wild unrest ssaee do ye bear rtowb weary with the years In The captain didnt say very much but told them to come along with him into bis cabin lie took them by the hand out on either side and they started oil Summer Season with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our SUMMER We entered the market to sigSTOCK nalize the coming season by a stock which in its magnitude t hould mark an event in We have the history of all openings succeeded beyond our expectations The goods are now in and placed on the shelves We can siiow you the largest selection of GOODS WITH NEWEST Lowest Prices Better Goods Largest Variety and FVFRY were in the front of Spring and were ahead of em all Hardware STOYES Tinware and Cutler I DEPARTMENT IS FILLED WITH BRIGHT 1 w i stch you shinier The w Look out of troubled hearts that know not Louit crease wh It is IN TOWN CONSIDERING THE PRICE BY a n Brtel y in Chambers Journal AN OCEAN A- COURTSHIP Bosy- - - Started by Bubbles Cheeked Apple Ladies9 Ladies OS THE UKIIMiE WTTH THE CAFTArN Shoes Manufactured and bought for this Springs trade and we propose to sell better goods at lower prices this Spring than you can possibly find elsewhere Do yourself the W C FITZPATRICK justice of inspecting our new Spring stock No matter how high the plane of your desires WE CAN SUIT YOU For square dealing best goods biggest assortment and MILLHUFF BOSH PERFECT CO RANGE Vfca Parti ia the Drama Were Played by the Cantata ma Clrl with tbe Psyche Chap with the Knot and 8eaUn Cap In all styles prices and grades ever brought to this market cheaper than were ever known We recommend them to the trade Our line of Latest Styles Youre COME Gentle and SEE US 11 COME hhee arpb was an m bottom of so many s t o r i cs first Satan tempted Mother Eve A great the root oX this story as there en at tbe at it was too according to tbe Hew YorkEven- Bubbles silver haired old Sun ler had pressed it into his nstant Ik fore tbe tender bad km tic and steamed away down the Mersey to where the great black steamship lay that was to carry le and bis pretty young mother to ada as the first thing that upon when i board with Ler nurse her pply of gin- wn pacr bag at tbe apple it llabblo She which she liked ono Ale sailor suit iioso frowsy yellow curls would -- rosy c becked The passengers watched them expectÂ¬ antly and as tho cabin door closed be hind the trio they strained their ears There was a for what was to follow moment or two of silence while tho passengers held tboir breath Then at the very same instant two piercing shrieks were heard The captain not to show any partiality had pulled both Tbey came out tho teeth at onoo rresentlv each child parading a tooth in triumph and they related their ex periences to an admiring throng Then Bubble took Squeaks tooth and Squeak took Bubbles and they vowed to keep Â¬ Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people for a Shoes in all Styles Made especially forus by Ziegler Bros 3 Just as Welcome as Sprim 1 WHETHER TO LOOK 08 Ml XPL0WS PLOWS We have the GALE CHILLED STEEL PLOW which w is the best plow made Buy it try it ami you canl uV n also handle the w S2 and 250 LADIES SHOE stleand durability has no equal We have added to this line which for We have tbe largest stock of COVNGTON230 W MITCHELL Street Main Near Hotel Glyndon Mens from Bos Shoes Bigr Injun Plow Â¬ light but for singly and idling -- deck as fast as bis chubby Id legs could carry him he a i bite I ak hesi U slic b la 3tan t and r little tfaOIj white- side began At least so says was an eye witness the proceedings He deÂ¬ clares that they av- it by alternate the very core And jucak produced tbe brown paper I ng avray to a snug little os ere blow said on every c women were weeping and n these two little romptu picnic and d ves as h i -- s tiOOd r tained K 1 I them forever as souvenirs As the time for parting drew nearer and nearer tbe captain grew more and more glum lie could not bear tho thought of losing them although be de clared emphatically that bis dancing at their wedding was merely a question of time Quebec was reached late in the evening So most of tho passengers elected to spend the night on board But Squeaks papa was in a hurry to reach terra firnia again so the young lady took her departure by torch light is Complete Afterward just to keep their spirits up Our Bubble and the captain took a stroll up and donn the bridge Then in the early morning it came Bubbles turn to say ine of Sictsont soft Summer styles good bye His parting with that teleÂ¬ Knox stiff Hats recently received they See what style columns of scope was pitiful lie loved it just a are dandies In little more than the captain and a little Nw York papers Say about themwhich nn Squeak Tbe girl cried over addition to the above named goods hiai a little bit as 6bo had cried over we havent space to mention only briefly and Squeak on tho night before The chap you can get Laundred Unlaundred Woolen Shirts Collars Cuff- - Socks gave him a little gentle slap on bis Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear in Good bye back and then exclaimed profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other The captain just blew bis articles too numerous to mention old fellow nose fjm We now bid you come and see At tbc gangway Bubble stopped dead s protestations our attractive goods Attracts e prices It was that tell their own tale of cheapness Atre another inch a critical moment Tho nurse was tractive bargains bound to please every buxom and poor Bubble very weak buyer Attractive treatment a smile and eidJen v uisk of little legs a square deal for all through tbe air a shriek of fury and The Square Dealing House Ike child was lorre triumphantly gangway under nurses brawny down the arm BOGUS For Ilos a i tho girl struck up Jolly Good lVllow and all tho rost of them joined in N Y Evening Sun Rice SccEssoRh to Wallace Â¬ -- Ever brought to this city prices ranging 2 to f 7 This is the best line you Give us a call before can get anywhere buying elsewhere and be convinced Weal so make special mention of our MENS 3 SHOES Childrens and Infants Shoes in great abundanceand your interests will be guarded in buying them from us Our stock of LOW SHOES and SLIPPERS If you are is the prettiest you ever saw not ready to buy call and examine and be An immense satisfied this is the place tock of WORK SHOES BROGANS and PLOW SHOES in fact we have made untiring efforts in every line of our Shoe Department and we think the climax has been capped i Which is the best Sulky Tlow in the market and tho MOLINE TDNGUI AND T0NGUKLE8S CULTIVATORS Our Summer Styles Are How Ready THE MALTA DOUBLE SHOVEL Is the best made we carry a large stock of them Your Careful Inspection Is Requested WE CARRY A LARGE LINE OF BACK BANDS HAMES COLLARS COLLAR PADS BRIDLES AND LINES Eat Stcsk And everything necessary to hitch up Abo lull aeta ot GROOKE BENNETT S URMSTON Wagon HARNESS AVE IIYTSDLE DRY GOODS AND Farming and ImV ALL KINDS OF Garden Implements H And the CELEBRATED BUCKEYE REAPERS and MOWERS Wo keep on hand for inspection a number oi WA NS MERCHANT TAILORING the best ROAD CARTS that roll the pikes WALLACE 44- tbe le on the at and by u singular coin r as cidence Squeuseat directly opposite ad 1 mamma was SmUlTOF I MATTER rsTiOT - Â¬ RADAMS 1 NEWEST HATS I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOVE BSTin suit you Rooffing a Specialty FIT2PATEICK CO Call and see our Goods and Prices and we will W j3 C Main Street Richmond Ky show- - ii an appearance and in fact proved such r of them was within a unT On the tanoe of Quebec when tho captain found Microbe AT BllerT HE 10000 WORTH POWERS I nun UHAOQtTAOTTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COtTITTHY WILL CBTAlt MUCH VALUABLE OfTOBMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF mUtAbf JV T - - WkW fW 100 Main St Richmond Ky Also a lull line of the purest and freshest OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER 1 C - I jr a4 aro very sliurt uf matter All tbc great generals notorious politicians famous lawyers tR eminent physicians and prominent sclent to be too r us just now lively Perhaps wo articles from literary men in at KJitcr Good idea Ill make a tour of the poor bouses to morrow Life The Imiocpiit farmer Traveler How far Is it to the next town Johnny Far Howd you know my name vas Khrny DRUGS AND TTliat CJtvii IMS be Had BOATS ivc TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES PERFUMERY BRUSHES A LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion The Latest Styles in Goods and Make GREAT REDUCTION IN SPRING GOODS BRy s Lsdin Oongols Shoei Ladist Dongoli Shoes Misssa havi x ma himself with an empty chair on cither i he 6aid for lack of con puny while two such In- Â¬ curs as Master Bubble and Miss Squeak were on board So oungsters were installed in the scat of honor It was a eight worth seeing to see that great weathor ng the children and pinafores which they it meal time and then lifting high chairs Tboir them up nurses bad collapsed utterly tbe second iows what tand troodn I have become of tbem if it had ptain and tho girl not iot- with tbem tbey divided all tho tbem out of s way wb ng to her relief at as possible for tbe captain had and corse- tly knew all axut it So urat-times just as tbe ehap In tbc sealskin cap was beginning to fume a bit and deÂ¬ clare that he was suffering from a supor- of Bubble and Squeak the cap- ould come w addling up to tbem iis queer sailor walk and would the tbe elders to off with tbem and hr iu jk after tbe two chicks You never saw such a pair of sailors I ife Sometimes tbc captain take tbem up on tbe bridge with him and let tbem look through the big jeJgfcopo It was at these times that c reached tbe acme of his bliss Squeak although she enjoyed it very s scarcely so enthu Â¬ much of course She bad a habit of shutting siastic both eyes tight when she looked into no that must naturally have red her from folly appreciating tbe view ug the first three days tbe weath Â¬ er was remarkably fine and the children fairly lived on deck Then the weather fare rougher and it wus no longer safe for Hubble and Squeak to roam atlargo It was at this critical point that the in the sealskin cap came to tho rescue There were two rings in the floor of tbe quarter deck and he procured ng stanch leather straps from one of the sailors Tho straps were placed abeiit the childrens waists and fastened securely to tbe rings They were long enough to admit of tboir crawling about so alter tbe prospect of being mewed up in the saloon tbe youngsters tewed this chance of emancipation as a positive godsend It was here that impromptu receptions and de Â¬ molished the bicken wings and other delicacies which tho steward brought them from time to time It was here also that on the fifth day out Miss Squeak waa seised with that alarming attack of the egg cups That s what stubble called it at any rate though perhaps a physician might give it a Tor a few name moments everybody was suggesting tome df Mmid t i t 1 vÂ¬ j to lose his a that confound i Travelc 1 I Farmers Hoy good at guesMii tb next tao a Light A fcurc guessed it Well if yer so blamed guess how far it is to Patent Medicines PAINTS OILS WHITE LEADc Hawkins night You LoaatagtOBa m -- No bsn were pretty full last 1 made you thin Hawkins Well you were poing ring to bet twenty five dol- Â¬ lars voii wero soltor West Shore itit was sorry to see sir Iwasnot What STATIONERY School Books gmT A competent Pharmacist to compound prescriptions 300 I200 Dongoli BRILLS SHOES guaranteed Brill s 225 175 Gents Boys lUiK This new and excellent 250 shoe is equal 350 shoe It grows more and more -- 1250 - to any Mines gols popular day by day Everybody likes it that tries it For men and women Every pair Shout Oon Â¬ Shoot MB Brills THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PAGiFlO RAILWAY Calf Shoes Including mftln Unee branches and extensions East and West Missouri River To all points East North and Northwest from KanaaJ Yi052l Island Davenport Des Moines Chictnjo and rta V LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthlnton Sioux Fails AI TB MlnneapoU8 St Paul and intervening and cities it is short direct route In connection with lines towns St Louis Clncinnutho from Jjouisville Nashvttle and Eastern and Soutiiern points convururinar a Kansas City it also constitutes f tht Blooay Fight on a Train quarrel between two white men and some negroes occurred on the Hip Four accommodation that left Cincinnati at oclock Saturday night It began A POWERS SiTCESSoKS 39 29 Ufi1 E Smith 30- - near Coal City between Delhi and North Ilend It led to a revolver duel as a result of which Mrs Queen Crooks colored was killed George Singleton i andGcorge Godfrey white fa- Â¬ tally wounded and two other men seri- Â¬ ously injured Epsed of tns Cruiser San Francisco to C W A BROTHER POWELL IYAZOO RECORD It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and grazing lands in tb world forming the most popular and acouomfcal system of transportation to andspeediest cities towns and sections in Kansue Cofrom all lorado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining- Chair Cars be Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson Dodgr City Paace Sleeping- Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson and Pullman and Â¬ - THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER AT ITT Leading- ailcompetitors in splendor of equipment cocl in summer w dv steam from the locomotive in winter well vontilated and fre fror -l- eave Kansas Citv and St Joseph daily on Bast arrival of trains elegant Day Coaches Pullman Palace from the S Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHAN Denver Colorado Spring s and Pueblo mkinar stops only lmpor teryenmg stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining-at Hotel - MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Sofflv83111 - VERLASTINGL WILL SOMETHING JEW venient stations west of at seasonable hours and Kansas City and St Joseph furnish deucious meik at moderate prices 227 -- Tho new cruiser San Francisco during a preliminary trial trip on tho Bring Success aturday developed tho highest Certainly rate of speed which sho has yet attained information is given by reliablo authority that with 120 pounds of steam and 120 revolutions her speed was at tho other stocks are incom rate of 19 knots per hour which is WHILST we always keep a fall three quarters of a knot over contract and complete stock by buying all requirement the year round new goods being Ptnkerton Men and Roughs At Albany S Y Sunday tu2 wlowds received daily Prices on everyof roughs along thfe Kew York Central thing Midnever so low as now traeko amused themselves throwing prices on everything Tiiel 1inkerton men summer ltie latter replied with lead missing We can save you money on everytheir assailants but wounding throe ln- lc One Pinkerton man was thing in the line of Paints Oils arrested and afterward rescued by his Varnishes Brushes ilass Wall Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TO TUBA RECORD fiT 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL Madison T- We offer the services of -- YAZ00 County he season of 1890 at Silver Creek Kentucky at FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COL- r GO AND SEE THE Yazoo is by Harold sire of Maud 2 200 and 23 more 230 performers stands at 300 1st dam Yolande cam of aa record 2242 while in foal and Yazoo 227 by BelAOXlt sre of Nutwood and thirty two more in 230 list 2nd dam YounSf Fortia dam of Voltaire record 220 and sire of Hessiraere 1 Mares kept and tried Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled regularly on grass at ten cents a day grain fed if desired at reasonable rates Will take every care to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible for either Garden of tho Gods Cascade Green Mo Si1MftTlt2urlk408 Pok laa5 fPrtngs the mountain parks mining- camps and citiee sa STOunde and scenic attractions ot Co frr3fhultiin8randinS are equipped with every modern improvement Express Trains that can add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoymo connections at terminal cities in Colorado in Union t Graai Colorado Midland Denver Texas and Fort rTni and all other diverging lines Union Paciuo Worth Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copies of tbe Western Trail Issued monthly or further desired Information address E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN General Kanaer Oea Ticket a rV A CHICAOO II 1 - THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE te x c8 1 BRYANT in5ii2Sia ww0 -- - wr g8llk- - LOUISVILLE mm infornmmwmmx STRATT0N Business College KY BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY at the drug store of Stockton The Madison County Bible - 2lH Childe It is reported that seal poachers have 000 skins in the Hehring Sea and that so far no effort has been made 0 any of the offenders St Louis Population Seal Poachers Agent liain has 00m islon of tho census and ort shows that tho population of St Louis is 4Ui Deaths From Cholera There have een deaths from cholera at thousand pilgrims Et the Ellor quarantine Thirty four cholera in 1 lit died in Jed la m Garibaldis Widow to Marry The r prt that the widow of General rry again iscon- ildi is ah legna of Saisari auferua is 1 -- Papers Window Shades Picture Mouldings Frames Curtains Poles Carpets Etc See our 50 cent Shade on Spring Roller complete It is a dandy and as cheap We know that we will as dirt to offer you big inducements have to secure your trade and we propose to offer you everything in our line at from 20 to 25 per cent lower than ever offered in this market before We mean what we say so call early and get Ever alive to choice of bargains the wants of the people Very Respectfully GEO M WJLLGING Jl LV 2ND iSoQ 42 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred Commencing July ist there will be esThe above pedigree shows YaZOO t he superbly bred Harold Belmont Mambri tablished a through line of first class Ves no Chief his sire grand sire and great grand sire are each illustrious sires Yolande tibuled Pullman and Wagner Sleeping Young Porlii his dim and grand dam are illustrious matrons with a pacing thorough- Â¬ Cars daily between Cincinnati Dayton where can yo j beat it bred foundation Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and all Address us a Silver Creek Madison county Ky Book now open Â¬ Hymen 228 trial Portion record 235 and sire of Minnesota Record 2273 Harold two mile record in 504 in England Consuela trial 230 dam of Con naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Voltigeur trial 230 by MamtoinO CMef sire of Lady Thorn 2iS THROUGH CAR LINE MACKINAC Richmond a large number of Testaments They offer them at e low prices to those who are able to buv and pror i hem away to a 5 10 GT COUNTER -- AT mfi 4I P M POPES tat re reque principal resorts of the Upper Peninsula out the the poor of their respective vicinit ot Michigan via the C H D R R S BURNAM J CO 43- and Michigan Central to Mackinaw W LCRUTCHER T- - Sleepers will be attached to trains leav 18 ing Cincinnati at tooo p m daily except Saturday rem- e Mackinaw at LYMA ay 9 a m daily e The advantages secured bv purchasing through tickets via this route composed of such favorable and well known lines as HewLivery aad SaleStabl the Cincinnati Hamilton Day ion R R and Michigan Central Ry must be appar ent to all first class travel No other line ew and corunio can offer such advantages as to ace and route allow i Ivy Toledo and Detroit then W Z THOMSON Secretary JAS E CANTRILL President ive us ft trial journey to the most lovely resorts J and ask American continent Db 8 F OANO Med Director Dr C V HAUDINGen At HORSES HITCHED OR FED to ita Level Premium Plan of Insurance and liberal terms of r iFj lamPhlt pertaining to Ma Calls attention and other summer resor Prompt and Reliable Paid up insurance given at the Policy ot cxwo via this line write to any aen- iddk BLERa tancy of life tliu providing disability clause in old age Polhies end uggies hired at low except for fraud or non payment ot premium No restriction as Incontestable General R R or to E 0 V to releno Passenger a travel or occupation Policies non forfeit able after three annual payments 47 200 Fourt T Â¬ Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY Organized 1874 Assets 5675040 Â¬ Wt