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to tsttl M r lnitllctl to dentistry rji 1 J C MORGAN AYC MT1ee L J N 11 M ND KEX TUCK Y over Madison National Mnltt rMreot ELUV W Bt IKGLM DENTST leixoa I Kknticky Rli IIMOSI lifTlce liver Pitbiee liry lrMuls Slore on ei-i foitnerlv occupied bj lr Kes -t- WCUEED KIRKS I II Hiim ii 1 1 E IE ll i KEX Ti CK - result-net- u ti profe -- sioil Bverjrtfclnf 17 PHYSICIANS K 1 M IiiVMZ Kkmickv -- 1IIlSICIAX AXHSI RGEON INIJ - ireet next to Whites Drag I EVANS M PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON U RkHMIMi - KtMUKV 3- - Il TJTAYLOR Practitioner Office in Mediine and Surgery Kl - N It CKT Seeoml Miiclincr M I tykes liloeelj JU JOHN jHistciA x in POSTER a xn s i RGEON KlMlCKV nil Main to 111x011V Strut it mxlilooi in Hint Titles Hark o Iteicue Her Loved anil They All Pcrlali By thp explosion of a coal oil lamp at TRiri s list of raisctPit kos m rraE 1 Frvrm i rvMl iunammattnn vJ3 1504 German town a venue Philadelphia 2 Worms vrm Fever Woraa OoUc ryinz Colic rTeeihlrgof Infanu ita 75 tho building was sot on flro and Mrs 3fDiarrhea of Clilldrc n or Adnlta U5 3 Dyncntery Griping Bilious Colic 91 Sarah Melntyre sixty years old Matnio 2 hlera Si orbnx omltliii Melntyre her aagha oiil Hronchltis daughter and 75 Jit 3 Nraralgla Tuolliarbe Is ear be Sarah Loguc seventeen years wero 9 Jleaaachra Sli k Headache Vertigo 5A 10 flraaeaaia Bilious stomach The police have ar11 Suiii esed r ln infal Period ii burned to death Melntyre thirty yearsÂ¬ rested Charles White too Profuse Perloda I 1 I rniin t uiU7h Inmcull Breathlnir A old son of thedead woman on suspicion 1 1 Nalt lfbeaai Krvslpclaniptloua 13 Khcaiuatisoi Kheumatlc Palnn 41 of having caused tho fire Partial in- Â¬ 1 A g ae Thllla Mabuia 311 rtrr and 111 vestigation into the cause of the fire by 17 Pile Blind or Bleeding 1 tntnrrh IiiRiieuza Cold In the Head 30 the fire marshal is said to show that JO Yt hooping Tough Violent 30 i I I ni rsl IteMIt Ihysle iltVeaklies 3 Melntyre came home drunk the night J Kidnev IkisenHe before and upset the lamp in his bedi Nerraas llihtlilT Wei Hits Bed SO Irioarv en U nnu room A few minutes before 3 oclock itatioii iitti 32 Iiscaeaot thelleart Wednesday morning a citizen called tho 80M ry TnifiiT or Bnt nontpald on reorlpt attention of an officer to smoke and IU pniro of ftrk e Ir UrMrnRFTR havaI rtrhly botwd In rloth and roM ma Him I frM flames which were beginning to pour HmnpirTMrlriBco n Iuli n St N Y out of the second story window of tho bouse The officer at once turned in an alarm and then together with two men named James Herin and James Donan bo in ALL BK0KEN ingbroke thethe front door The break in of door was followed by a rush of flame driving the officer and the voWith the change o litie taking ctcct lunteer firemen back The inmates of May 18 ibsj the house who consisted of Mrs Mary Kelly and her two children who occu- Â¬ Solid Vestibule pied the second story back Mr and Jl- THE Mrs Seigelfuss and their son who were sleeping in tho third story the three unfortunate victims of the finand Charles Melntyre had by this time been arousod and lic Will he sihcilulid so s to proride the best gan to realize the peril in which they wore placed Mrs Kelly aroused her and qiiickcal aervicc ever ollercJ children and half carrying half lead- Â¬ btlwicn the ing them she rushed down the back stairs and reached tho street in safety When she had removed her children out of danger Mrs Kelly bravely re entered the house and assisted Mrs Mclntyro to reach the street The Seigelfuss family had made their way through tho The Southwesiem smoke and already kindling flames and although nearly choked by tho smoke and scorched by the fire they Tlie finest train in Anitrii a equipped with reached the ground in safety Suddenly an Elegant lining car Service rum Mrs Melntyre who was standing in tho ilaiu between street clad only in her night dross ut- Â¬ tered a terrible cry and srreamed out for St Louis Cincinnati some one to help her daughter and NI niece who were still in the building firemen New York Boston and then beforepurpose and spectators realized her the maddened VIA 1 111 woman dashed in tho smoke and seeth- Â¬ ing flame and started to make her way CenKa R R up tho stairs For an instant her figure Gnat 4 Tack was clearly oat lined by the red light of Landing passenger at Grand Central staas she made lnr way up the stairs tion in the heart of Neu York City from and then before tho horrified crowd which point street cats and elevated rail even cry out a gnat volume of roads can he taken to anv part of theciv smoke enveloped her and she No change of can to Boston The Sou h seen no more After this wi stern Limited makes direct connection firemen torrents of pi red in Inion Depots with through trains from the water on the nanu and -- con had them ti western and southern cities control When they made their Absolutely no Ferry Transfer way into the building the charred and blackened liodies of the two girls and The most complete Vestibulcd the heroic mother were found lying to Â¬ Tiains on the Anieiican Continent run gether at the head of the stairs During dailv lnlWvin the progress of the fire Charles Melntyre CHICAGO bad disappeared but be was soon foundÂ¬ CINCINNATI and was locked up pending an investigation by the coroner The loss on tho Ak for building nt to several thou TICKE Is BIG FOUR ROUTE sand dollars partly insured -- via the- d am sctentincalU ml ult prticrlpnoiis usiii for many ears lu private practice with sucorKnandfuroviT ilrtf jrraraureiliiy ihepeoplu hverj- single Specific M a apecla 1 core r t t be d incase named Taeae Spedfica cure without druKKiug pure Ing or rcaaenig the s stem and areln fact and deed the aavrrcinn rruicdii sof t hr orld srEnric prepared GIANT POWDER EXPLOSION the Scene of Another Hor rifying Disaster ARBITRATION Â¬ HEARING FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS Flrat Session 1 TILE COMMONWEALTH The President has withdrawn Breathitt GiiiinxiciiT of the Third at Bowling Â¬ CETML III ij it 1 - 1 Â¬ V SPECI Fl CS mORDS Â¬ Â¬ The Trains Big Four Route EAST WEST - NORTH SOUTH Ms IT Â¬ Time only heightens the horrors wrought by the premature explosion of a blast in tbe Northern Pacific freight yards at Spokane Falls Wash Satur day night At 11 p m the men en- Â¬ gaged in the sad task of taking out tho mangled victims were forced to desist because among tho rocks which wore being cleared away were five other blasts that might bo exploded in the task of removing the mass of Cp to debris that buried the victims tha hour eighteen bodies bad lieen takn out There are yet twenty seven men unaccounted for all of whom aro probably buried beneath tho mighty mas of rock Tho fatality was terrible The men wero given no chance for life It was either instant death or slight in- Â¬ Thero were about 200 pounds of jury giant powder in the blast The accident was caused by some ones carelessness The man in charge of the blast and three assistants were blown to atoms It is to prepare tho custom blasts and charge them and at tbo hours of t noon and ft oclock after the men have left work and gone to a place of safety to shoot them In this case however it seems that one blast had been prepared and the foreman C Mclherson was preparing a second The men had all finished their work and i wo 0 HIV ni ieH snii VVW r up their lunch pails ready to go to their homes after their days work when they met a horrible unexpected and death Lither the rock was too of the hot from action tho drils or else tampirg exploded tho second blast and that exploded the first A man who was tamping paid the penalty with his life A man who stood bo side the ono who was tamping escaped with slight bruises although 20000 cu- Â¬ bic eet of rock were hurled for hun- Â¬ dreds of feet in every direction Anoth- Â¬ er n an who was near the deadly blast and was suppo ed to be dead was seen shortly after the explosion in a half eraaed condition walking around with his clothing torn to shreds The men wen working in a cut leveling oil the ground for the new freight yards Tho cliff of rock on the side of the cut which was being removed was twenty feet high The blasts are so arranged that the rock is thrown toward the cliff Not anticipating tho blast about thirty men were under the ctiff when tho blast A great mass of rock and exploded earth raised in the air and pitched over in the cut burying the men beneath its awful weight None of them bad timo to run but a few escaped In a miraculous manner Over 100 men were at work in the adjoining cuts and at once were on the scene of tho terrible accident and with pick and shovel to hunt for tbe buried liodies Â¬ V Â¬ y T SEXSttlTH U G M 1 B PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON II ML KfMllkV loaal ei i Gen - ik aasenger Agent W Ti MARTIN OHIO WILL SUE FOR HIS SALARY Pay the lovernor Governor Ilovey sent to the Treasurer of State Tuesday for an installment of iiis alary but the official replied that Id not be paid and stated that he to polled by law hold hi possession funds in the the demands of the benevo- Â¬ lent institutions there being only enough money now in the treasury to pay their running expenses till funds duo from tho counties The Gov Â¬ ernor will make tho refusal to pay his salary the basis of a suit against tho Treasurer on the ground that the law is and discriminates unconstitutional against other creditors of the State and in favor of benevolent institutions The State Treaurer of Indiana Kefuses to CINCINNATI es la II e pub R s II LETCHER VSICIAN A NO SURGE Rk IIMnNH - MADISON Monumental Works KIC1IMONP KV KlMHKV urflee Health riiililini W Rl IIMoM OoVi Iii Main street M I IIItlfiltT - PHYSICIAN AND SURGE - Klmicky liml Hin on Mala stieet Munition fiM u to inn rox opicil and iliilioilioo-ol i tissues Hlld fluids hum in lsl sniili TERRIBLE 5 CONFLAGRATION the Â¬ y JK V s IIOLTON - fani nBT Twelve Thousand Houses In Ituln In it y of NMlonica Homeopilfcic Physician and Surgeon Kkhmunu itrtiee over KaarrucKT ii 10 imofp - l M llminopiiliie melniiies sint Hltention women Mini nil lirrl- rmieiits treaieii aj a4ta- 111 Hours ItrlililsKytctal Id Fires broke out almost simultaneously in four different parts of Saloniea Thursdayimddida largo amountof dam age The Greek and Jewish iiarters It is supposed the fires are devastated were set by incendiaries The govern- Â¬ Â¬ JKS JENNINGS RlCHMOMat ifflee I GIBSON Every--Character Physicians and Surgeons Kfmtvcky stnii over Vaflaea ment at Athens will send two war ships to the port to protect Greek subjects All the consulates tbe Cathedral and of the pubHc buildings have boon Twelve thousand houses destroyed are in ruins and the fire is still burn- Â¬ ing from - Mam A I and evade of Monumental Work the smallest stone to the mo- II MfStClAX RkIIMiiNII KutltlllK AND SURGEON - COLOSSAL A MONUMENT si AT I KtNTUKV up stuns ltii nam OK MOST ELABORATE AKV Is jK aV J II BLACK Rki Hiiisb Kv Our prices compete with citv houses Deigns iurnUhedon application PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAS HOOKER IE TURINART SURGEON GKADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Veterinary 11KKKI Imported Native Marble Call Rnfus B fn ih conductor from Fvansville Ind James Ryan of Philadelphia and Bmkentnn Wnm Skid mere of Brooklyn all green hands em Â¬ ployed in the Nor York Central rail- Â¬ road yards New York while employed in coupling cars were more or less bd ly injured by lieing caught between the rars Barrett had his right arm fracturKyan ed and one of his legs lacerated was terribly crnshed between the cars and Skldmore had his left leg crushed Â¬ New York Ontral Employes Manglod WAs niNGTOK Sept Sfsatb An efTort was mail to ailjourn on account of Labor Day but the majority thought they coulj do honor to the day liy legislating In favor of labor There are several labor bills before the Senate Tho Hoard Can Olve an Opinion or a le but wire not acted upon Mr Sherman lave clslon Only When llolh Parties notice of a Canadian reciprocity amendment Consent to Arbitration The tariff discussion was resumed on the wool adopt the Senate The State Board of Arbitration met at schedule silk scheduleamendment betnir A bill ed TI e was disposed of Mr Albany N Y Friday morning to prevent collisions at sea was passed and the Semite djournd Powderly did not arrived and Messrs Ind rising to n quesliuisr Mr Wright and Roger A Pryor appeared for tion of privilege Cooper that one of the charges stated tho Knights of Labor and Hamilton In the resolution offered by him for the made Harrison for the road Division Super tnvestlratlon of the Commisioner of Tension intondent Bissell ot Albany took tho was that tho Commissioner wis sel ing slock la company to employe of the Ii r stand and said that all dismissals on a refrigerator He Office had In rain attempted the New York Central wore at the order slon names of the stockholdr In the to obtain the concern of the third vice president and ho un- Â¬ To day he had learned land knowledge wns derstood that Mr Lo Kovre was sus- Â¬ borne out by the tostlmonyl that one of the pended for lack of attention to duty members of the invest Ration committee Rep He did not know that any one was resentative M L Smyer of Ohio was one of t te stockholders He iMr Cooiieri therefore dismissed bocauso he was a Knight of offered a resolution discharging Mr Smyser Labor Mr Pryor asked for details as from the committee and directing tho Speaker to Lo Fevres neglect of duty and witÂ¬ to appoint his successor Mr BBBjaat withdrew ness said that ho Le Fuvre often was from the committee Several unimportant tails were passed and the riouse ailjoumed seen neglecting bis legitimate duty Wsshixotos Sept 1 SEstATF Mr Erart Witness knew that the discharged man presented resolutions of the fluffalo Merchants was a Knight of Labor but did not pay Exchange favoring reciprocity not only with attention to his standing He admittted the Nat oas south of the United States but slso oa the The that ho thought Mr Lo Fevre was act with that lotteries Nor hreported House bll In rewas lation from the Post ivo in tho Knights Mr Lo Fevre tho office to Committee and pacd on the c ilendar discharged employe testified that he with a notification by Mr Sawyer thai he would had been in the employ of the company ask for its consideration as soon as the tariff passe forcighteen years Mr Bissell discharg- - bill iv ask th Mr Quar jjave notice that he would Senate on Satur iy the lots 1 mm gave no reason lolling him consider the resolutions relative tn the death to but of ue mien wuai lor lie supioseu mai it SanrielJ Kandaii The tariff bill was ten ta was because ho was a Knight He had ken tip and the cheilulo was considered Mr Carlisle gave notice that he would more to never been reprimanded suspended ai sugar cused of drunkenness or incapacity Tho strike out all the paragraphs relative tocontinbounties lie bate on the tariff bill was testimony of other discharged employes ued until adjournment of the general tonor was also taken IIOCSE The lavton nrecklnrlilio election cast- wa rolled up to day and the debate open- w ltnesses object Tho of the eu tie colonel Cooper of Ohio who spok or was to wero over an hour A show that they to be reached not discharged on account of their con- Â¬ for a day or two role is case likely went over unThe then nection with the Knights of Lalior Of- til to morrow and Mr Cainon ill then took ficials of tbe road testified to the dis Â¬ the floor in a statement relative to appropri ations made by tli session of Congress Mr charge of tho mon for cause in one inBast 1 1 Tex a member of the Appropriations stance the cause assigned for tho dis Â¬ Committee reviewed tbe financial situation charge of three men being that they wero from the Democratic standpoint A bill was bothering with committees when they passed declaring Rock Island a port of delivery WABnis GTOS Sep should have been at work Commis- Â¬ SrNATF Senaor sioner Pureell asked for tho production Call off red a resolution declaring the murder of Mammilla an in ult to the fnited States of tho agreement between the road and and railing t G vernment to l nl the men as heretofore published and it redress The Senate continued consideration Â¬ of tie- sugar schedule of 1h tar ffbill was put in evidence Both sides deMessrs Bvarta Qraf and Hale clared themselves through and the Edmunds Voorhce discussed the measure until adjournment hearing was declared closed Mr Pur IliiiSE Mr of was cell in closing said that tho public ho eect d Speaker llurrows during Michigan pro tem the absence of thought and tbe newspapers were under Speaker Keed The Banae ramed eoasidcr the impression that the Board could atlon of the Clayton Breckinridge case After give a decision in favor of ono side discussion by Me Ml I Dfgua M J Crisp 1G11 and Outhwale iO the case w nt orer or the other That impression was and the House adjourne false He wished it understood that Washington Sept SrsAT The tariff tho law allowed tbo Board to give an debate ws emtinae The sugar schedule was opinion or a decision only when both laid asde tnrormaly and si h dule -- Colli n was Maniifaeiuri parties consented to arbritrate In this amemimcns s were taken op The comnitt in The committee case the Board von Id consider the smendment to Paraarapti ill increasing the and would make certain reommeu- - duty on yarn nmde ol jute from -- r V 10 dations for the amicable settlement of cent and strlk ngonl tbe rds isl or asa Carnal moved to the difficulty The Board can not mako nilla was r to i pet this announcement however but duce the raterelatinj toeeal Agrees to Pura praph wu precious through the Legislature and so January amended on motion of A Inch bystones the adding probably he the date when their woras Imitations will r stones RUBE BURROWS t2 pat cent Paragraph ir views will becomo public The only ad- to cotton cloth not bleached was omendt by flonrtng the Outlaw With Itloodhonnd ha vantage thus far gained is in tbe bring- - making the last line read Tin cents per square Florida ing of the case In its true light boforo yard and 35 percent ad valorem After a Tbe Florida mail train robbery has tbe public th r xecunve si ss on ne Senate adjourned produced intense excitement at Pensa Boom Mr Cummings of New York rising Ruined Saloniea to a question of prl ilege in the House protest cola Rube Burrows was reported to One fourth of tho city of Saloniea Is ed against his blacklisting by the famous have been seen at Milton twenty miles Cannon Mr I cy ila then called cast of that city Wednesday and at 2 in ruins caused by Are In the burned up the resolution Breckinridge election ease and gave oclock a special train aith SuperintenÂ¬ districts wore the British and Greek none- that be wewM call the previou- tbe Greek hospital and ot one oclock to morrow Mr McKae Ark dent Fisher Route Agent Arnold Consulates several express company detectives and schools and the Turkish Mosque all of made an earnest attack upon Poweil Clayton Twenty thous Â¬ in which he d clared that that Stat would which were destroyed a posse of deputy sheriffs from Alabama and people are made homeless by the send Clayton toto the Senate penitentiary or under Sheriff McMillan passed through anywhere ese get him out of Its Uird rs Laughter Deputy Sheriff fire It is believed that money will be The case then went over The Penaacola for Miltoneasily raised to rebuild the burned por- Â¬ House then adjourned Tom Ctishbaeks joined the party ThursWashington Sept I flmiTg lien the day there with a posse of six tion of tbe city reading of tbe Beaste Journal ol yesterday the men Patrolman ilson of tho Hunting for New Gun Metal up and the eons force of polite Iensaeola with was proceeded with Mr y iav Herr Krupp son of the German gtin men n tin- ire list of a pome six Id animals left manufacturer is in Ottawa Ont teas Â¬ uiovi il inten led for oli Escam- Â¬ ing the ore produced by the Sudbury Wednesday and is coming down p and bia river from Bluff Springs in a boat nickel and copper mines near there llo title talc 01 profit Agreed tor la On mottoa and several parties with bloodhounds is in search of nickel to be used in tho of Mr Maadertoa an are scouring the country from the scene manufacture of a new gun metal which stops composed of glass and saetal Men used In kindergartens was tataertod u tbe of the robbery down the river to the is expected to as far surpass in strength list Paragraph S43 putting fish on the Detective and deputy sheriffs and durability the metal now used as free ilst was swamp free lail asnl without action m the passed through lVnsacola Thursday steel surpasses pig iron absei at si Mr Sbe man if Rubo with their blood hounds and Bocaa Immediately after reading the JourNew Method of Firing High Explosives nal la ihc House the Qaytoo Dreckenrtdge Burrows is in Florida it is thought ho case was again taken up and Mr Breekenridge Louis Gathuian of Chicago claims to will bo captured by Friday night It la -was argue In hi the floor cert in beyond any possible doubt now have invented a method of firing high half accorded debate bytoother iiieni on Mr Arter rs rob- Â¬ explosives by which oight inch ordnance that it was be wbo committed the Crisp ilia moved to recommit the cas with bery assisted it is thought by a noted can throw a shell containing oyer ouo Instructions to the Committee on Election to desperado of Santa Rosa County Burroll hundred pounds of powerful explosives report which of the gentlemen received a a distance of three or four miles and majority of the votes of tho Second District of Martin Lost Arkana si navs lm Th that one shot properly directed would was then tttki n yeas the minority rest voe 01 DEATH TO YANKEES any iron clad afloat The Govern- continuing Mr BnMkrnr dgi s right to the sink ment will investigate rat Lost yeas si nays Ml The rovluloii Said to He the Cry in titiatemala city declaring the seat acant was ajree to Ye is Minister Mlncr in an lnplcaant Sltu- To Oust Bob Kennedy 105 nays M The House then took a recess tho atlon evening seion to be for the consideration of Democrat Representative Boatner The N Y Herald special from the of Louisiana has prepared a resolution prirae pi nslon bills Death to citv of Guatemala savs Washington Sept Senatb Debate on for the expulsion of General Kennedy was the cry of tho mob that day Yankees from the House on account of his speech the tariff consumed the entire UntSF The conference report on the nrer S Legation Wednes- Â¬ surrounded tho l against Senator Quay It is said day Threats of stoning the building Pennsylvania delegation will await the and harborabill wa agreed to The Speaker pea tho tem laid bill before the House and mobbing tho inmates were freely return of Speaker Reed and Major Mc Hon of a new lighthouse tower for the rcr on Smiths uttered but no overt act was committed Kinley before taking any action in tho Island Va After a short debate the bill was referred to the Committee on Commerce and in the face of the strong force of police matter the House adjourned that guards tho premises day and night Nine Hour Day Granted Every visitor is closely questioned be- Â¬ News Items Tho machinists and boiler makers em fore being admitted to the office and is Mile Ooik a noted counterfeiter is ploved in the shops of the PennsvHania more or less under surveillance while held by the 1nited States authorities at inside and until he emerges again railroad have been notified that hereafCine imari on an indictment found Whenever Minister Misner has occasion ter the nine hour day would Ik- adopted against bim ten years ago legation be is surrounded at the same compensation per hour as to leave the MRS IliAMi- - FkeKMAX mother of before The men had petitioned for nine of police Â¬ 111 1 1 Testimony Before tho Board on the Erie Railway Trouble name of Mrs Mary H Wright as post Â¬ master at Hopkinsville and nominated ConiiI-is-ma- BLUE GRASS ROUTE tra District was renominated tf - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I - 1 s 1 r- - li Â¬ Tin President has nominated Alexander C Hensley of Kentucky to bo chaplain in the navy SCROFULA EVEN Thk following fourth class postmas Â¬ i its wonsT forms ters were commissioned a few days ago Indian Bottom Letcher County Grant Green Marshall Bath County Jas II T lisn n and cletased my - t ni cit Otis t iking seven K -- e tKit had any bottles of S svmn William Men oik of the wealthiest tonis since C WWilcox and most highly respected eituon of Spartanburg S C Fayette County died at bis home on the Bryants Station pike the other after- Â¬ HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF noon He leaves a wife and two chil- Â¬ CASES OF SKIN CANCER dren Treatise on Wno1 nd Skin Diseases re Cpekkmoke a negro who had Wilms free Swit m tcinc Co Atlanta Ga lieen to Bowling Green to attend a Dem ocratic convention and was returning home to Franklin on the fast express train ran out on tho platform and jump- Â¬ ed off Just before the engineer whistled for Franklin The train was stopped and Conductor Fort went back and found bim stono dead Creekmoro was evi dently very drunk and bad tried several times to jump off of tbe train after it left Bowling Green but was prevented and taken back in the car by the train employes Tun first re union of the Eighth Ken- Â¬ tucky Cavalry closed at Milburn on tho 4th Seventy two men were presen and an association was formed to meet each year A mwim pcrape occurred between Humphrey Best and a man named Waeft winder at the public sale of Josephus -Conn near Paint Lick Garrard County in which over twenty shots were exchanged Best received two wounds and All fflTCHMIKERJEWELER Woolwlnder was shot in the wrist parties were arrested Tun Swift iron and steel works of Newport formerly owned by Harper of - phalli in tbo defunct Fidelity National Bank of Cincinnati has been bought by tho j MtelVorlts Company It will Watches Clucks Jewelry Silver ami rebuilt and enlarged until it will bo one of the largest steel works in the iluletl ware etc Siecial 1nited States The nomination of Rev Alexan attention given to der G Hensley of Frankfort to be chaplain in the navy was the other day sent to tho Senate DIAMONDS PUTTING Josfiimi Rv a negro was taken from the jail at Lancaster tho other night by a small mob carried to the city limits and cowhided until three whips were ANDOlllKU PKECIOUH SloNKs worn completely out on his naked body Ray insulted tbe wife of Rev Amos Stout the Baptist preacher at that He was rclca only under oath that he would never a un go to Lancas- Â¬ Promptly dtma ami In a workmanlike ter manner EiiWAitn and Tom Lancaster the brother who sbt and killed James Cld Gold and Silver ns and la if not fatally Cash Paid for wounded his brothers Jessie and Frunk gtj- - Dont forget Hie place next ihxir Higgins during a quarrel over a mule lo the Ptt tifllce Kielinoml Ky trade at a bran dance near Bivinsvillo He- Todd County several days ago and who made shell escape have surrendered themsel es to the authorities and are under a heavy guard at Elk ton awaiting their examining trial They are only 14 and M years of age and Edward admits that he shot James Higgins Frank Higgins is reported dying Jmix II Haian employed at Apple gates distillery near Oai lithmot went into a cattle shed adjoining the distillery and shot himself with a Smith A Wesson revolver the ball enter center of the forehead and lodging in the base of tbe brain FAST LIN V CRC 1 Lexington SOLTH Cincinnati -- Lve - An A 1 rr L r- -- Le Arr Arr - W -- 1 1 RUFF lve Arr K NURTH BOCNH Arr Arr lve ViVifssgs MAY sVILLE BRANCH I VI Lm loht oi NHTII la H NH rr I ii REPAIRING N 1 No -- Inly 1st TKAI N No- - ler for rive IVIIiiKf - I Â¬ aceal II K r For fn v Kb111 VI INtl Â¬ stantl town age i a- -a oath g s Â¬ PilTTTAV bAU I lUIt - anil nrrulrillaiwpeil e - haes are r puir i hnltsn Â¬ 1 I Â¬ and GRANITE alwivs on hand and see me - A D FLORA Proprietor DiikIihiii bill hi lug Hicliiiioiiil lieiitistry and Sterility a ally lul Nell iliHir to Climax oltiee 4K- Kv City Lots forSale For Sale or Eent I liHVe a few lols on fifth Stnet imr reauy Inr ciie rinse hum are neaiii tattI wo htmy large lllliy niuatni oil lllll Mini hrinii ing ground ami are coOfidend by ev rrytwdy as being I lie best liH aeil of situated oil a gMKl corner lot ill Kills any In the city for rtvidrnoeP pWamsa who wish to build nice house ton Ky known a- - the liogan proper- I ex- mine tin H tO vci r will only place a lew mi Use market nt have a lol of ill- goiiiil pieseiil at I r Iii lits nlliei 1 Hantetl by the Popuac At Water Valley Miss Wednesday night a negro named Rogers decoyed Mrs Samuel Murraj from her home on tho pretense of helping to rescue her husband from roughs whom Rogers said wero ill treating bim in a lonely part of the town and assaulted hor The negro was ar- Â¬ bruising her badly rested later but Was taken from custo Â¬ dy by a mob and hanged to a tn e Mr and Mrs Murray are from Iowa and have lived in Water Valley two years An Old River Man D ad iiesire 10 men or icni puirij 11 STORE HOUSE 1 it - Captain George Houghton one of tho oldest river men in the West diet at ille Sunday night aged eighty- six tie was steamboat Inspector at Louisville for many years Traln Wreckar Arrested man inii I i med v Hi ml -- forn I II V JESSE COBB 1 ji Central lias oli i n ini r- - r sed C I on suspicion He SHV H- inj x if il T S BRONSTON r Kbl pi J A G WILLIAMSON IV KMilMKK 11 Civil Engineer is and Surveyor 11 Surveys made br Railways Turn etc Etiniatt Fine Saddk- stallion will male the pikes Itnexlwaya Tow Lots civfttnil TI laid Farm drainage of 189JO at the Fair Grounds ameoa at Richmond K GENBHALLAND SURVEYS Hjwelal attention given Lines reti ict topographical m ti anil plait of COLI 15 TO INSURE Cm reepoml- fuiuM and oilier hiinls liciteil with parties Interested ESSE COBB is I54 hands high in niirveve of lands in mountain coun vcars old weighs clo c to ot color Kentucky is fine action and is a model ties of Ollicc City Hail Kihmond Ky e Is bv Mark Diamond lev I dam by Tnttle horse he by Kstill Eric and Bell - lla siie of dam of Vara r T fl lecwtd dam Lucy by Young O i IDT JjSiS UuOCK f Daw Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip flSflK 4th dam bv Traveller All care will he taken to prevent a will not be teapot Madison Nation- Lien reserved on mid any occur Tttenf y five S ee pply to al Bam theoott W L CRUTCHER Agt UiAKLKS IlLYER k CU 340- -i Wakefield a farmer of Iendle i toa County K under arrest in New port charged with shooting bis niece Bessie Coach and setting fire to his house 0nrd thi Spanish Msilon John W Foster of Indiana lias eon jffered the Spanish Mission and will probably accept if tho reciprocity meas Â¬ ure goes into the tariff bill Young Lady Burned to Death Â¬ Ethel rtis n years old a type Â¬ writer and stenographer was smoking a igaretie in bed al horn in Lexington i eiiiie Nov- fork SiiTiday evening See fell asleep Lb cigarette dropped from her band and ignited the the girl was terribly hnraad about the body She after ard died other burns it Bellevuc Hospital -- The population mont The Popalatton of Vermont of the State of Ver- Â¬ as announced by tbe Census t ne a decrease in ton Sympathy by a bodyguard grows for General Barrundias daughter hours with pay for ten hours who Is kept a close prisoner for her at Â¬ Thirty Bohemians Drowned tempt upon Mr Mizncrs life A bridge in Prague over the Moldau on which a number of persons were TR AIN WRECK ING watching tbe flood in the stream col- Â¬ Thirty persons wero Rail Lnoseneil and Passenger Train lapsed Friday Wrecked but Strange to Say No One Is drowned Killed The Louisville New Orleans and Tex- Â¬ Te Begin Work on the Grant Monument of The Grant Monument Association as railroad passenger No 3 due at Vicksburg Miss at midnight Thurs New York has received five designs for As soon as a day but two hours late wtis dorailed the statue and monument choice is made work will be begun on an embankment live miles south of Vicksburg at two oclock and badly Stntenced to Death wrecked Every car left tho track but tho At Gonesee N Y in the Tbayor sleejiers were not overturned All tbe murder trial Samuel E Wayman was others rolled down the bank and the sentenced to die October ft engine tender and baggage car wero wheels upward No loss of life occurred Will Strike Next Spring Conductor Gurloy Engineer Cook and It is estimated that only about 310 of two passengers aro confined to their the striking carpenters at Chicago have beds owing to severe bruisos The refused to return to work up to tbo wreck was tho result of deliberate nial- - present and time the strike ice a rail having been loosened is considered virtually at an end The nionis now devoting its energies to get Â¬ SERVANT GIRL QUESTION ting non Union men into tho fold with a vii w to a general strike next spring Meet Mold Asbevllle N Iaills of int and Orsanirr a Inion An Alllanc Aganst Strtket XI e Isdrtx of labevllle M C bad A rations ill II be Saturday afternoon in response lui ue it a a la lion en lo published in Strikers art hi girl sjnea- - again on lor been eilated has lion incompe Â¬ Lo return u work General weeks tency and unreliability are tbe com- Â¬ Nineteen Pertaas Drowned Nineteen persons have lieen drowned plaints made Mrs If F Fitch was elected president and read a paper ad in the flood at Prague The waters aru voeaing the formation of a union of rising everywhere 10 secure good servants Stabbed to Death and fix schedules of capacity and of e Two eolored men boarded a society Of wages Tins is the first train at Pan handle Station and of the kind ever formed in the Southern tried to beat a ride to Corning W Va StaTho conductor attempted to put them Blacks Going to Liberia off and a light ensued in which they A party of seventy five negroes aro cut the conductor seventeen times on preparing to leave t battanooga Tenn the breast with knives so that he died for Liberia Thoy will go about tho in a few hours The men attempted to middle of November They will pay B but were caught and placed in their faro to Savannah Ga and tho jail Colonlration society will make arrange- Â¬ Feat of a Clam Eater ments for steamer transportation lack Woods on a At Springfield Men lngs are being held and it is ex Â¬ pected live hundred or a thousand will wager ate two hundred and seven clams six bunches of celery two eupa of coffee feoand two pounds of crackers Vermont Election Figures Ono hundred and eighty eight towns Death of Judgt Noyet Judge Edward F Noyes of the Supo--igive Iagc 7T7 Brigham Rep Court of Cincinnati Ex Minister to Oenit 1M1 all others lHW Majority for Page 10853 The same towns in France a General in the late war and Ex Governor of Ohio dropped dead in Uep fare Dillingham Shurtleff Hem all others 110S tho street while going from tho court tritv for Dillingluin 43 J7U lonso to his home Thursday 11 1 11 house-keepePan-handlor Â¬ I I Carrie Freeman who eaeaeed from Longviow Asylum Cincinnati a few weeks ago has herself become a raving maniac Wm S Davb of Pittsfield Mo went to California in 49 and his wife hearing that ho had been killed married another man Now comes word that old Davis is alive and anxious to see some of his Eastern friends Trot Glam Manufacturers convention adjourned at Chicago Wednesday It was concluded best to leave each manufacturer to fix his own price and terms Tiir population of Topoka Kas was announced by the Census Bureau on the Jd as UeeB This is an increase during the census period of ItySaT or 105 N per Â¬ ent has issued a call for bonds Till Brazillian Minister at Washing ton assures Senator Aldrich that bis country is anxious to enter into an agreement with the 1nited States on the basis of Blaines reciprocity policy Tiik Pre ident Ins approved tho joint resolution making an appropri- ation for the relief of the destitute In Oklahoma Tiik total of all appropriations for river-- iCl harbors ii I einin by lb Si conferees - kJ eJOOrbOnoo of lf Â¬ I Tiiu Secretary IIII bill- - llll is he us a ii Ii 11k nf in iiu 1 N iu K ma rirru V i il not a mile of railroad has no bank ex press ollce new spnper or money order post office within its limits and yet the people recently defeated proposition It to build a railroad into the county in also siil the county has not a single negro in it Ami Stakes of Iiotiistiiie has married the lover who shot her some time ago in a fit of jealousy Tiik garrison band at Fort Crook back of Newport w ill give military concerts every Wednesday Friday and Sunday afternoons at 4 p tn Tin following fourth class postmasters were commissioned for Kentuckv a L Onager Cecilian few days ago Hardin County vice D W Gore re signed S S Mussy Lowmanville Lawrence County vice II Borders removed A M Hackney Twin Oaks Graves County vice A A Hurt removed A siiootln affair is curred late tho other evening at a picnic near Clifty Todd County hetureaa James Frank and Jessie Higgins and Sandy Lati and bis two sons Tem and Ed resulting in the death of James and seriously wounding of Frank and Jessie Higgins Biiiiakii Bt iiv a cornice workman fell from a thirty foot scaffold while working on the new Female College at Owensboro and it is feared is so injured internally that be will not recover Besley is from Danville 111 An unusual marriage at Owensboro the other day was that of George Volot ta to Franceska ranzona late of Italy The groom had never seen his bride until sbo was brought from across tho waters a few weeks ago by Joseph Gen- Â¬ tile to become Mrs Velofta W L II wtnisoN of Springflold Tenn a guest at a hotel at Paducah blew out the gas on retiring tbe other Though ho had partially left night his window open he was discover d nearly dead next morning He had never seen a jet of gas before Giioimi was broken a few days ago for a new Methodist Memorial Taber nacle at Danville The structure is to commemorate the organization of tho first Methodist circuit in Kentucky made in 1790 near Danville and tho first Methodist society planted west of the Allegheny mountains in 17st EiWAin CiiAPi i 11 a prominent young business man of Cadiz Trigg County committed suicide the oilier evening by taking a lose of laudanum an t strychnin ihai ill hl r oi Lm 11 1 in turnpike Jacks CoCRTT has or -- - T T3 s 1 - Â¬ Â¬ o td o a S a r- 2 J GEN -- IS - Â¬ Kill 2 W L DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN 3 SHOE Wat rrsraa raln fine nil end Laced - - 5oo S360 4 tibTnra - CiM ti I 1 350ll Â¬ 6 ANTEH CHICKEN Cholera Cure 7 s r- 32SHOESlafds V L IXM tlAMi BrK ktae Mai Sold by Jack Freemon CT WELL8 F R tAKH C T WELLS iii CO Milt WW kii Only a siuarc from the toiirt liowe You ilont have lo send nway out lo the meant Â¬ Gsl Deberedw MyPaxiofTcwn Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lamp Coal pen chicLens die eer jrcai atom Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the - obi liimlter v ard tM ebttrell Si 111111 11 lowest delivery ill town C - Thousands oi tiull - vrth if tiieke prices 17- Iievl to t Try T Woman Sent to tb- - Mrs Emily Gavanaugb shots at her hu band lohn tavanaugh tho actor in New York on duly t and who was found guilty by a jury was YVednc dav sentenced to live years and four months in Male Prison Mrs Cava naugh took her -- entencecalmly Pen who tired flvo Hiawatha Kan Tho worst fire ever known in Hia- Â¬ watha Kan broke out at one oclock Wednesday morning in Wm Unrners livery stable and in less than threo hours it had destroyed two ami a half blocks in the buslnesscenterof the city causing a loss of at lea t 1iOooo Big Blase In - WELLS X CO Highest of all in Leavening Tower I S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 discovery of a remedy that ptsitnrly eurts it has been made and to be con- vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for It is guar OaW hundred chickens anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it is a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunds 1 j DR A RSCL-ami tSMarkMStrMt aataamnBsB gsBBBBB urth t l l fneaa mil foTK CHRONIC and S CASES and Spermatorrh it ATE - JJi3- - lmpMmwmT - RoYal S2Z BKiflg Powder STOCKTON BROOKS w awmlmTeB b Imm m Timirelter mBsmj IgeymtWimi mT rmBtm aiBlbWat - riisjjrr IU NiinaiumT miaBBt Bamn A- - iitiig ISme Lame ot - Important Hotics Debts ilue McKkk A Tkaynok for the service of stallions serving ires iu 1KV 1SSS nml lvm mutt tie s mare- farmesl in lV9 by McKee A Traynor lutviiig colts living at wen will lie paid for by owner of ibe enlu A 4i- OW atel r m UIjfc2T H n- a at--- innun vre4 u e ifrs etojt t r 1 ii pail to lsi Dweti KeK 111 tatr r Brntemmml I It tsta a itarwrt tlemvs mrtBsiaa ami irenfliL ire a aammMmea baomU nmifitaken m Cures GmetravntMi eT in all Cams rot m1 eta la itS ABSOLUTELY PURE THE CLIMAX FRKNCH TIITON I8HED KYEKY OPENING OF THE OYSTER SEASON CONCERNING FARMERS Wheat is seUing in this county at fl In Boyle county 1650 lb cattle 24 head sold at 32 tHkhog6in Garrard 325 to 350 and fat hogs at 365 to 390 J i White Son have a lot of Odessa seed wheat clean and nice for sale acres The Maples near Lexington sold to E K Sparks Xicholasville for Sjwirks will remove to it John Gallagher of Rurgit claims that his tobacco will average 1800 ioiinds to the acre He also has 20 acres of hemp that will make 1200 pounds to the acre EniTon s E1ESDAV vs S BY The Climax Printing Wk G Co White C PowriL rillCK KB YKAR flSO 10 1890 Weiacsiay - September I of Perry oonnty desitenxloee irilictcl hjr the grand jury at the reivnt term cnrt have baaa lodged in the Winchester jail ami will triel there That nean- - that every one of tliein will the penitentiary TtttfoX 0 n titntinal convention I mctiihlc illi- - l t in Frankfort on Monday ami order by Governor Bock ii Mn an ire Ken- - iectcd Ibsafonry Chairman TeinjHirary warm contect over the election of ijwcted cruiauciit on ol Tom Pettit WULHiX IUTIKLS AX ALLIANCE j nded a large alliaiu e pi nic iu Putnam comity ia The lirbt B Hunnicut iwakei lion Mini in favor of the a iaBawei hy Governor ry hill anl In the course of hie remarks ii he Would shortly Mow the jmhlii- the sulistance of a hill that would he of more practical len- ctit than anything soggeKted hut said he would refuwe tomtpfiort even a hill of his own suisetion if after consideration lie thought it would send to divide thi At the close of the H ecli resolu- unanimously adojited in favor rnor Gordon to of the clcctioi Senate 1 nab-treac- ujk-o- Tonging for oysters lejrins to lay and will continue until April 20 Dredging ommences tK tober 1 and ceases April 1 The tongere will therefore enjoy a monopoly of the Ripplv for the Balti inore market for aloiit six weeks and Mill doahtless siar- no effort to make the most of their opportunities The in the Chesapeake and its trihu taries has apparently had a prosjerous summer as favorahle rciMirts of his growth have lieen receivel anl a hrisk wason is aiiticiiitel owing to the fact that canners have leen coniaratively idle for some time ov ing to the great M arcity ol fruit and will seek to recoup themselves hy an im reaped pack of oys A nuniler of ihangc have leen nuide in the oyster law to insure increas ed protection They are given in an article puhlished elsewhere in this niorn--u- n and it i to be hoped that tongers drelgers and all engaged in the ovster trade will make up their minds at the outset to loyally obey the provisions of law which are intended to ve this important industry which of late years it is claimed has lieen de Creaatog at an alarming rate It is clear Â¬ ly to their interest in the end to do so if the work of destruction goes on much longer the the oyster supply of the Chesapeake will have ln en exhausted or rendered unprofitable as a means of earning a livelihood The Oyster-Packe- t Exchange of lsiltiinore has set a good example hy issuing an address ask Â¬ ing all jiersons engaged in taking or selling ovsters to aid the authorities in en forcing the general culling law and all the interests concerned should in the effort to put down the violations of the dredging law which arc le Hcved to have caused the rapid diminution of the supply linltiimtn Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lr Z Sutfingr twelve and three quarter cents and cot Â¬ has largely ton bagging we are told taken the place of jute and promises to The jute drive it out of use altogether trust evidently imagined that by reducing the price of jute below that of cotton bagging they could cajole the planters into discarding the cotton fabric and re-Â¬ suming the use of jute It was a shrewd move but the planters did not fall into the snare They have succeeded in getting a cotton lwding material that the under riters have agreed to accept in lieu of jute and they are not disposed to abandon a manufacture which the con- Â¬ troversy with the jute trust forced them to get their mills to undeiiake and for which they themselves furnish the raw material and have under their control Â¬ LIVE EP0BT STOCK MAEEET By GREENE EMBI1Y Live Slock omralwilon Merchants at Clnelu nati Uulou Stork Yards and torlDgtoo Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio Sept 81870 SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 4 3 6o 2 A GRAND 75 S FEAST OF BARGAINS 2S 4 25 3 85 1 3 aS 3 oo 2 oo 3 3 75 2 25 Having determined to change onr business January 1st BUTCHER CATTLE E Bush auctioneer reiorts sale of John Heathman administrator of Dr Joe Hood well Cood crowd and things sold horse A 145 one old Man- - and colt 100 cow and calf S0 cow IN THE TENTH CONUUtSSIUNAl of Weal J Wick Kendall II Liberty iioiiiiiitel 1 the hnli district on the tuoapest oinieiii wi joinery i otinty Clark county dill going to Kendall and Krooka Mr Kendall - an alle man and has first by Keen defeated nrtVmcreai John M Rice and second hy Hon Â¬ for Coii SMHl Mfk Mis Brooke al rnier-t- - in taking and refe idniw from tin- t g him resulted in miation d fmmung remdntkmB eondeni- - atf to in- - A SIMESTION TO IIANKEKS w re i our misfortune generally to pull the borrow ing string hut in view of incuts it seems to us that hank and er they loan mm on a amounts w ithout seeing sakl thetu to iniine- i that they an amount We on the strength would stop think nipula- any further v led an orkl oi troir SLOW TAKMr TEKCHES ti nk of Nebraska j d tariff reform speeeh i - hepuhlican eolleagnex that h1 by iriff iv- not was tariff redaction Me had with the IeIiio The Wi - with the hill alnt to Isi very vigorously as to It is me when the protected imlurtries if the East are going to cease their es They want a lower range actions people of the Waal i to think that if some of these infant industries er to stand alone their hands forcibly released from the should skirt of high protection to which they The limit of reasonable protec Â¬ I want he tion has leeu exceeded continued to siuud a note of warning iigrese and the country A IMSAPHUNTlNh CENSl S TOTAL The announcement that our total pop- is but HjHMM is not altogether aatirfaclory The ceusui of 1NN0 gave us 90156783 ihe increase since thai time iK ducting lroin thin is but riMLMT the 5242531 immigrants that have tind the nat come to us since lso unl income lias leen sH01W or about 17 jkt tvnt This is not exai tly 17 per cent a year as might lie supiwised at tirst consideration of the matter hut asut 15 per cent The incrcaae of each year has to In- - added to the popu lation of the prvcecding year in reckoning the rate of yearly increase somewhat ujon the principle employe in ascer taining a compound interest rat the jiast onr rate of yearly increase has lieen about 2 jer cent so that lo per cent is a serious falling off Had the loniier rate eontinoed we should now 700Qj0W of ixtpulation in 64 mated Rtead of hy Mr Porter Kaaac person think Ha last census was in some sections of the Such country very liadly taken wio say that Mi loiter Is uuuouu abort in his count Â¬ Â¬ H jer--PM- ls THE CO RT Or APPEALS AND THE Si PL K10K COIRTS 10NENE K0K THK SEPTEMHKK TERM Yesterday the Court of Appeals met for the Septeinlier term w it li Hon W M presiding as Chief Justice Judge - took the oath of office for hi- - sec ond term Mr W YV Iyngmoor pre aented his certificate of election and the repiirel Ismd and wa sworn in as Clerk of the Court of ApjK als as were h ties Mr Koljert L irccn anl Mr A Adams ot Cynthiana Mr Green has g time and his lieen in the otlretention by Mr lngmoor will give pleasure to all jiersons having husrness with the office Mr Adams has been Mr Longmors deputy for fourteen years in the Circuit Clerks office of Harrison county and needs no introduction to clerical work ie Puperior Court Judges Young feat are new to their places Judge Barftour leing the only one of the former bench returned He was chosen by his aaanriatw as Presiding Judge of the Court John H Stuart was unanimously elected Hergeant-at-Arm- s and it is nn derstoood that Mr Caswell Bennett Jr will be elected as Deputy Mr Thos G Poore the retiring Clerk of the Coti ale was sworn as a member of the bar in both the court and will practice bete Frankfort Capital Philadelphia commission house on Saturday received several hundred jn ck baskets of tine Hdmixon ieachc they King a modicum of a crop ol 18000 or 9MM bushels raised on Catawlwt Island in Ohio It is said that every orchard on the island produced a full crop this year Kx Senator Thomas M NorwxI of Oeorgia says he is not a candidate for the Tinted States Senate to succeed Hon Jo Â¬ seph K Brow n but if chosen to that osi tion he will gratefully accept At the same time he strongly indorses the Far mers Alliance and favors the bill This is understood to lie a bid for the indorsement of the Alliance Sheriff J W Hales continues to be the largest cattle buyer in the county besides looking closely after the duties of his Kecently he has Isnight 500 fat office cattle of larrish k IVmglas J W Mau pin 15 J Clay Crate Maupin John F Wagers James Black S B Pheliw Ben larrish I W Smith WOChen- nett MONTHLY KLTORT ault and others The price is 4 cents For more than a week the weather has CoMMlssIONEH OF 1 Aolill l lTIIil MoKTKlLTrKE Ucn favorable for wheat threshing and AM B TIST it is leing delivered fn ely at the deot 1W0 j Fkaskkoht Kv Seit in Lancaster at the rate of fifty or sixty oKX wagons K r day Mr Marksbury who 7i farmers had in 1SH1 le2M acn s has engaged aliout 110000 bushels for The same fanners have in 194073032 shipment has lieen paving only HV This makes the acreage of 8H this week He botaabf almut 15000 er cent of the INK I acreage bushels at fl00 ami remainder at 75c alxiit At this date of last year the conlition up BeeatbaMMstbaenp for the coun Â¬ mm 10T This year the condition is 7 ty at not exceeding one half of an averThe Sioux City corn palace outside of Ltmemkr Sioux City is a palace covered ami em s r ivnt worst than last year age or alsmt 75009 bushels l The crop is very much improved since liellished outside and inside with pro Â¬ ducts of the field corn predominating the rains and much of the late corn on There is a beautiful farm just hack of good land with geod cultivation will In owned by Mr ingeniously and fancifullv arranged Ocean Springs Miss make average crops ieuerally cultiva- Parker F arle who very wisely allows no building the palace a large structure is tion has not been as gool as usual man on the place to use a whip on anv first erected of lumlier of a shajie that by late pbmting and exci mkn of the stock It is said that there is but will carry and show to advantage the Spring rains one old whip probably a relic of some multiform decorations with which it is to T IB I other owner Put the old whip is not lie adorned It is in form lofty with broken lines pinnacles butercsses nling to rcpirts received from used and the lanu daa wal and theani gables ornamental windows bridges reliable correspindeiits fpm the chief mais work with a will and never feel the etc Over every inch of this wooden lash Kindness can run rnything even tobacco counties of the State surface are laid corn and kindred plants a farm Vrr Orfean fNaaewae 21 SO lM farmers raised in INK in architectural hannonv in a multi The same fanner- - have in IWIO ieo Krau liotight for Lehman Bros plicity of designs The corn is employ Â¬ 177KI acres of cowae a larger amount last week alM lit 50 cattle at A The ed in the stalk the ear the kernel and ol farmers might change soinew hat the Lehaaaaa buy annually aliout 150000 even the husk has its decorative uss of ditferenie nmie or l erceiit In cattle and export more than half to All the grasses of the field lend theni f Sept 4th 18W I gave the Europe my rciNrt Mr Kratz accompanied the selves to the beautifying of the palace acreage of si at 62 per cent of the 88 stock for many years and has made 100 walls are catered on the outside with or 71 per cent less than sv trips across the ocean He says that he ire ears of corn cut lengthwise or erossw ise According to comparative aereage of lsSi en twenty one ships afloat with and nailed on in geometrical figures or and isit given above the acre cattle at one time Also that he weigh other designs The various colors of the age ol boat UJ per cent of ltM ed25 jMiiunls heavier when crossing the cereal permit of a wide range of shading - the largest ever ocean ami could eat like a steer He The 1888 crop waand coloring while its artistic possibiliin this State in lioth acreage and now weighs but 100 puiuds Pari ties developed from year to year in pounds and has 1h cii held as a constant Sam building the palace admit of the pro- Â¬ menace to even remunerative prices for The price of hay in this county at this duction of the effects that are as start certain grades This crop was so large time is 12 per ton A big crop is re ling as pleasurable The interior work that it could not receive proper attrw portod 11 C Hall sold last week a pair is finer and more elaborate Here the tion in its culture handling curing and of mules to Mr Byrd oi Iex kernel of the corn is largely employed orleriiig The result was a larger ington for 00 J T Highland sold to producing amazing and lovely effects amount of inferior tobacco that could W H Bush fifty head of fat cattle at On the walls are wrought pictures illustind no consumptive demand and has 415 averaging 1550 pounds J 11 trating farm scenes legendary and nurliccii hawked abowt vithout a friend Henry sold to W H liush thirty five sery tales etc with a fidelitv that is caland has generally rntailnd apoa its own bead of fat cattle at 415 averaging 1550 culated to raise a doubt that the mateers a piiinds J s Gatewood aohl last week rial employed is the homely utilitarian The present crop started out badly eighty bead of fat cattle to Jas Oreen at growth of western farms PreacOMaad and so discouraging was tin- - prospect 4lc anil oa the head Jas Shrout has lowers figures of persons and animals during the dry weather that many ol bought 50 head of good feeding cattle for draperies and thousands of surprising our very beat tanners sappoeed the crop J Matt MeMonald of Bath county at ft and beautiful things are made of field would le almost a failure Iut general Mt Stirling Aim-- plants for the delight of the visitors to D per hundred rains during August has lienefitted the CUll the palace whose astonishment is suc crop lieyoml all exjectations atnl on The results of the census returns show ceeded by admiration of the genius that new land where it baa properly culti- Â¬ conceived and develojied so much of art vated many fine crops are promised on that the agricultural community of this and beauty from homely fabrics as are country is not in a healthy condition the old land cros have leen tardy in It is claimed that cities and towns dur employed growth and are uneven The new growth given the plant by the August ing the jiast ten years have increased in The two most disastrous causes of fires min- - warrant late maturity and rains wealth and population at the expense of classes Legislation during the past vear in Boston according the agricultural il luring this month would seriously tMth State and National it hi bettered to Chief YVhitconibs repoii were elec- Â¬ all but the early cutting has helHil to produce this effect and tricity and spontaneous combustion At this date last year fully 20 jx r cent is that the farmNearly SO per cent of the years aggre of the crop had fallen U forc the kuife that the natural result ing community is organizing now for the gate loss was due to electric wires and and was lieing rapidly housed Yet a of changing this conditiou of lights of course including the big fire of of last veara planting was parpOM iKtrtion things and in the future there will lie Novemlier 2 lss although there was caught by the frost and a good deal little legislation than can lie used in the but a little over 1 jkt cent of the nimilicr bam frozen YYith an Open dry September much various exchanges for the purpose of of fires Spontaneous combustion caused 76 jier cent of the total loss and 72 per of the crop promises to be excellent stimulating the value of eorjiorate prop cent of the total number Baaay weather will make it ty Tnulc Jutiriiol quality just the reverse The retail market in this city is in an At this writing topping is in full blast anomalous condition Never liefore with Deafarss Caat Be Cared but there is not exceeding 5 jut cent such favorable seasons have garden pro by local applications as they can not reach cut One o- the greatest dangers is a ducts and the small produce of the farm the diseased portion of the ear There is frost scare which will font the cutting been so high During the jiast week only one way to cure Deafness and that liefore it is ripe have sold at 40 cents jier peck at is by constitutional remedies Deafness is In my repirt of August 1st I gave con- retail eggs 25 cents iier dozen green caused by an inflamed conditon of the dition at 80 jier cent the condition now apples at ISO and 35 cents par iieck butter mucous lining of the the Eustachian tube is ni jkt eiit compared with last year at 25 to 40 cents according to quality When this tube gets inflamed you have a of i ourse this includes the State and is hams 10 cents beef from 10 to 10 cents rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and not necessarily tnie in any given county and not tirst class at that grapes 10 to when it is entirely closed Deafness is the or lis ality some lieing lietter and some 12 per jiound Nor does this appear to result and unless the inflammation can be lie the fault of the retailer Apples are taken out and this tule restored to its norsold at 100 per bushel jMitatocs very mal condition hearing will be destroyed inferior at 125 jh bushel eggs at 19 to Acreage ML Condition 7ii forever nine cases out of ten are caused 22 cents and all other produce aliout in by catarrh which is nothing but an inBar the same proportion It is said that flamed condition of the mucous surfaces 77 Acreage 90 Condition farming is a oor busimss anil money We will give One Hundred Dollars for CI1VEK scarce but these things do not iKiU that any case of Deafness caused by Catarrh A gKid deal of the Spring sown clover way Lrjringtoit IVaaVtJearaaf that we cannot cure by taking Halls Calias been killed by the drouth The Mr W Z Thomson is trying a new de tarrh Cure Send for circulars free second crop of old clover is seeding verv parture in curing tobacco called the FJ Cheney Co Toledo O light and very few if any will lie saved Snow process A cose building 16 by Sold by Druggists 75c 12 15 HAY llnl 20 feet and basement for flues is used The hay is the beet made for a long patent sticks with short wires crossing them and tier poles adjusted by wind time and was saved in line condition Louisville Tobacco Market lass The tobacco leaves are pulled from ACILES the growing stalk as each leaf approach ByUtover A Darren Louisville Tobacco Condition 25 Peaches 15 es maturity and some 4N of them are Ware House OKAPSS strung ou each stick and cured by Sales on our market for the week just Condition 77 In many localities they artificial heat The first cure of sand closed amount to 3453 hhds with receipts leave are lieing seriously injured by the rot flying and trash has been com Â¬ for the same period of 2612 hhds Saes pleted and the party from Virginia in on our market since January GAB ut amount The drouth did serious damage to gar charge pronounces it a jierfect success to 108357 hhds Sales of the crop of 1889 deae but a fair crop of late vegetables is The sand leaves that are never saved on our market to this date 53573 hhds under the ordinary method of handling assured The market for burley tobacco this week he estimates worth from 0 to 8 and the has not shown any any weakening tendenPOT ATOM liest of trash from 50 to 75 The sec Â¬ cy for the good grades in sweet condition The early Irish jiotato crop was almost ond cure of the same kind is now going or for colory common grades but common a failure The sweet potato crop is fair- Â¬ on and in a few days a cure of lugs and and medium grades without high color ly promising leaf will lie made Should the expecta- and all tobacco out of condition is some- Â¬ Cattle horses hogs and sheep are in tion of the curer as to prices be realized what weaker and we find it necessary to good condition Mr Thomson thinks quite a revolution change quotations for such The recent There has lioen an unusually large in the method of handing and curing to- Â¬ weather conditions have been highly faamount of turnip seed sown and they bacco raised in this section will lie made vorable for the growing crop and its imare doing well foorgftmen Timrt provement has surpassed expectations and Fair progress has been made in plowThe Southern Farmers Alliance has with two weeks more good maturing ing for wheat accomplished one good thing It resolved weather would expect to see more than Very respectfully in convention to use a cheap cotton lab the usual amount of good useful tobacco Chas Y Wiubon rat for baling cotton instead of jute The housed but expect the crops to be descCommissioner consequence has been that the grasping ent in high color The Millershurg corresjn indent of the jute trust which thinking it had the The following quotations fairly repreKeutv One of the planters at its mercy and not believing sent our market for burley tobacco ii says leading churchmen has placed 725 with that any substitute for bagging could be Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 the Kfidnrkinn iit to 1m- - put up as found rapidly advanced the price to fif to 350 100 to 100 that the Board of teen cents has been beaten follows The resisColory Trash 400 to 800 Education is jailed for contempt of court tance of the cotton planters to this extor Â¬ Common Lugs not colory 400 to hoo 100 even that they do not conduct the tionate price brought the matter before Colory Lugs 800 to 1400 Kentucky Wcsleyan at Winchester this the alliance which being largely com Â¬ Common Leaf 700 to 9 00 ear 500 even that Millers posed of planters pledged its members Medium to Good Leaf 9oo to 1600 burg w ins the case in the United States to use no more jute bagging The result Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 2500 Snpreoae Court has been that the price of jute has fallen Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 3300 Â¬ Â¬ mf 1 13 3 6S Good to Extra 35 Fair to Good 3 25 35 Extra Fat Steers 3 iS 2 3 25 3 Fair to Good Steers 27 3 00 Good to Extra Cows 2s 2 000 Fair to Good Cows 1 Common Cows fs3 1 75 For the first time in many years the Rough Cows and Oxen 00 75 business of farming is on the up grade BULLS and those engaged in it will be able to make something more than a bare living Best Shipping 2 51 1 Live stock of all kinds is in demand Best Bologna 2 OOlrfl 2 Fair Bologna at outside prices Wheat is worth over Fair to Good Feeders 2 I OOl a dollar a bushel and every product of Common and Thin 1 7510 2 00 the farm is almost worth its weight in FEEDERS AND STOCKERS gold If the fanners will take advantage Good Extra Steers of natnress kindly provision for their 3 25 Fair to Good Steers 3 o0 especial benefit and so prepare their Good to Extra Heifers 2 259 2 50 future crops that their bins will not be Common and Thin Stockers 1 75 2 00 full to overflowing they will continue to COWS AND CALVES make monev for many years but they Best Grades 35 oo40 00 must keep their eyes open examine the Fair to Good 20 oot 30 00 markets and plant those crops that will Common 10 oo 18 00 5 4 75 jiay liest Toliacco is one of the staples Best Veal Calves rf 4 9 4 but an overabundant and poorly culti- Â¬ Fair to Good 2 50VJ 3 50 Heavy vated crop will cause prices to descend Common and HOGS in the scale until there is nothing left 4 SS for the producer Hemp will also be Â¬ Select Butchers 4 50 4 25rt 4 45 come more profitable in the future Fair to Good Packers Extra Lights 4 251 4 40 owing to the nuniler of local twine Good toPigs 2 soy 3 50 Lijiht factories that will require all the home SPRING LAMBS product But the money for the aver- Â¬ 5 75 Extra 5 age fanner whose lain will not raise hemp or toliacco will come from sheep raising These valuable animals can thrive on our poorest lands and the de Â¬ mand for wool and land will Ik- far greater in the future than he ever lieen known in the past The removal of tariff duties from wool will cause the B tTy Jaw TaaaaMarlr bbWW erection of local woolen mills on all sides using every ound of native wool and thousands of pounds of the liner pro duct from abroad The futun- for tillers of the soil and stick raisers who keep up with the procession was never brighter than now Hnrrmhbitrg Skiiings Â¬ - 53 Everything in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost EVERY ARTICLE fl GENUINE BARGAIN Un- Â¬ he Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains derwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole Crooke Bennett August 27th 1SD0 Urmston DO YOU KNOW THAT Itiaaaaaal W C HAVE FITZPATRICK CO SCHOOLtSUITS THE lathers minds SEASON IS A JAIN AT when mothers and have to puzzle Â¬ PRECISELY WHAT YOU WANT IN YOUR WE REFER TO KITCHEN pr- - Â¬ le--- Â¬ pro-duei-- d Â¬ Â¬ Both the method and results v he Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasnni and refreshing to the taste nud act gently jet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the svs tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and nc ceptahle to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in it cffecU prepared only from the rioe healthy and agreeable substances it many excellent qualities commend i to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in rA and 1 bottles by all leading drwjr gists Any reliable druggift wh may not have it on hand will pr cure it promptly for any ona who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO Mt LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK OPI ENJOYS THE UNSURPASSED their nice axnt something for their Boys to wear to school This Fall we have tried to take the worrying away from parents by laying in such a handÂ¬ I some stock ot BOYS and CHILDRENS CLOTHING of MnT AND every description that all you have to lo is to cone to our j- - store bring the boys wilh you and take out for school These garments are hem away all fittel sutject to styles individual which Lexington Belle Ronge taste We have three well defined has shown to be the best and durability however experience all things considered NY for convenience these are the two piece suits and buttoning cutaway all these sack CENTRAL Â¬ IHSITY KY with pleated coats either with or without belt to Â¬ Â¬ RICHMOND Â¬ NEXT SESSION OPENS COOK STOVE FOR YOUR BALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT MOST EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WINTER De Â¬ the neck or with lapels coat and with the vest suits having knee pants for a school boy boys just the thing For and young men garments Call 1 Wednesday Sept 10 1890 T22LSZ COLLEGES - Fourteen the about larger partments of Study Classslcal Scientific and Letters Courses Leading to Bachelor 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 15 States and Territories More than 100000 New Gymnasium added tt the endowment last year Expenses moderate 175 to 240 for tuition board washing and servants attention Â¬ the same style Â¬ JEWETTS BASE BURNER THIS IS THE SEASON FOR DOVES AND THE CART WE UAVE THE RIDGES ARE COMING APACE Â¬ are used as for men and examine our stock before yon purchase and we are confident we Â¬ im-l-r- Â¬ Guns and Ammunition AND YOU CAN HAVE THE FUN cfITT will sell yoo future to give as in In the the past we expect every one fair treatment thereby building PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT Principal and two assistants give undivided attention to the thorough instruction and discipline ot pupils The new Gymnasium contains a large study hall seated with single desks convenient recitation rooms and all the equipment of a first class training school Careful attention given to physical Students have access to the training gymnasium and go through daily drills under the direction of a Professor Oiiorical drill throughout the year For further particulars or catalogue apply to L H BL ANTON Chancellor MA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and honest goods Prof RL Pulliam up a reputation that will be lasting Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES Â¬ COVINGTON MITCHELL Â¬ TIMING A SPECIALTY C for CASH 1 Clothiers and Furnishers Southside Main Street near Hotel Glyndon 9 PREPARA Mm m sci W 1 L FITZPATRICK CO CAN SELL FOR Â¬ IB O HENRY S TT Â¬ BIG FOUR Â¬ Thorough preparation for Harvard Yale Princeton Central University and all College and technical schools A new building will be ready for the opening of the school September 8th For information as to terms c address Yale 79 Richmond Ky References Wm Bennett T D Chen ault Sam Stone II 12 HARVEST EXCURSIONS TO THE G0RMLEY QueenswarE J1H1J1S1 HAGAN Cheaper Than Any One HAS THK HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF FLOUR A SPECIALTY Â¬ We Handle the Fin est Flour in Town HI We Keep Constantly On Hand a GREEN B A GROCERIES Fresh and cheap that money will buy coming and going every week Â¬ WEST AND NORTHWEST THE FINEST LINE OFt rr p1 SPECIAL 0a Wfdnesdnr PREMIUM OlfTeltAl Cincinnati Chicago anl St Louli Hallway WILL SELL September 17 1890 the second day of the Madison County Fair the Association will offer a special premium of HOXTIiBI TBIP Saddlery o En AND Jive us a trial SMALL MARGINS with large sales with careful attention to busines will tell ani this is our pan Fresh Sup- Â¬ ply of Can- Â¬ dies Gall and See Us We want your FARM PRODUCE Try Them Â¬ TENT DOLLARS EXCURSION TICKETS We want voar trad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For the winning horse in the following To all prominent points in the West and novel ring The distance is one mile Northwest the first quarter to be made in a walk the second in a trot and the remaining half in AT a run This is something new at Fairs and is one of the most exciting rings ever I SHELBY IRVINE witnessed President II13 J J3L c5 J S HALP HATES Trotting kg Outfits HCLONG Ford Ky Is selling out to leave the State Will sell LUMBER retail at wholesale prices 10 13 MADISON Â¬ REMOVAL I Female Institute The thirtv third cession of this noted school for youn ladies and girls will open on Â¬ HAVE MOVED MY Â¬ Blacksmith Shop to my new building on Third Street where I have every facility for doing the best of work more rapidly than ever be Â¬ Tuesday September 9th Tuesday September 23d Tuesday October 14th All tickets good returning thirty from date of sale RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD dajs W C Gormley Â¬ Co This is a glorious opportunity for Home Seekers to visit the territory named and fore we would invite correspondence on the Will be pleased to see all my old pa- Â¬ subject For full information call on or FOB CIKCCIT COOUT CIEBK add res trons and many new ones B Q POWELL of Hnoiwell i mnn D B MARTIN I have moved to Third JpRemember date for Circuit Court clerk of Madisou Street bet Irvine and North Streets General Passenger Agent county snbJccltotlieacUou of the Demo- Â¬ S L MIDKIFF Il 12 17 CCC St L Ry cratic party 4 Tuesday September 9th A full corpt of competent teacher Admirable Curriculum Prices reasona ble ANNOUNCEMENTS For Catalogue on or ad J res or other particulars call HACJERMA - BC JKaSSMKMMBHaMj rrnt StOws through Circuit Conrt The regular Soptcmlrer term of the Madison Circuit Court September 10 1330 Monday Judge J K will convene next Morton presiding Mr C J Bronston Commonwealths Fair in xt wwt Attorney Mr J A Sullivan Countv Attorney Mr W H Miller Clerk Mr Harnili for tbe street earn W W Adams Deputy Clerk Kkhmood Fair next wk There are abnot 2V cases on the dock- Â¬ et 147 of which are criminal six of them lierv tlie new railroad It being for murder Are ymi ready for the- Fair next week As the court and the Fair conflict 1 tlor is seriouHly 11 ill with fever we expect to hear of jurors A and witness es being lined for absence from court i lo lias sold one oi his farms Willi- Jadge Walkrr Krtires Honam hi rent ly Mr Wanl The Ijmeaster Baoard thus apaaka of a liK al former citizen of Richmond and brother Will May h now chief clerk at the of Mr Jason Walker Ion The retirement of Hon W K WalkTlmrxlay of next week will be Louis er after eight years faithful service as tv at the Fair Judge of the Jarrarl County Court oc It in our pleas Â¬ Bea advertisement curred on last Monday Tarmpike t let ure to aty that the county never had a Iroi liiit S P Koas more conscientious faithful and vigilant train every ilay ou the Ken nicer than Judge Walker and in layril to the Kiilinionii Fair ing aside the duties of public office he will take with him the beat wishes of the al tniin every lay on the Three iKiiple whom he has so faithfully served - Railroad to the Rit hmoinl Fair The Kecord joins in the gem nil express Ah in Pnttetaon afcal a olorvl loy by ion of other friends for long life lay breaking liis arm and continued prostierity to His Honor m uiKeinent of new ar Advcrtisiajr of diainoiuls jewelry ami watcher Indiscriminate advertising is simply a il of YVaiiainakrr iv Brown lhila waste of money The vho want an aajant in Kieli- - tiser select- - papers of jodicioaa adverestablished reputa tion which go among the purchasing bana ran away near classes lim full Pap awl that circulate among aaaaatol the aaaagy ami hnW paaaae who have money to apead on ner merchants are the very lest mediums Such a paper is Tan Climax It giK s - have ar A lanre ihiiiiIkt of studentthe oteniiig oi Central Lniver- - among the lx st classes of Madison rived fr frorn the mansions of the rich to the iay more niodst abiding places of the intellitiehl iv i o clothiers gent saving and economical mechanic fire a column broadside at you in to- - who knows a fair truth telling news Il 1M paper wfcen he sees it That is the kind Ixiaisrille pntnanaa ltin well repre- - of a Muapaper Tiik Climax is and that lunoiilFair ou Thunxlay is why it is pat mailed by the most saga- Â¬ cious advertisers in this vicinitv lV THE CLIMAX PERSONAL Ve4ni7 - Ir Colson of Middlesboro was here last week Mrs Rettie Green has returned from a months visit to Missouri Mrs J C Farriah of Imeville is visiting Mrs S Pari Jab this place Prot Robert Caiupbtll of Pethany is Professor of Sciences at Madison Female Â¬ Institute Hon C F Purnani left on Saturday to take his cat in the Constitutional Convention Miss Mary Newland of Stanford visited Mrs W 11 Miller and attended the ciation Capt Treacy wife and daughter of Clark attended the Paptist Association near this place last week J 11 T Stuart of Winchester was over last week on a visit to his sister Mrs French Tipton Miss Lena Gibson of Virginia and Florida Gibson of this county not at all related - are among the new teachers at ML Senator John 1 Harris is at Frankfort Working in the interest of his aon hvlaw Hon C M Clay of Pourlon for President of the con eon Mr Iyctirgiis Proaddus of Sumter S C was here last week among hi relatives and old friends He came round by way of Texas and Arkansas Miss Mary J K Cornelison of tb county has returned home from Iax ington after a visit of several weeks she attended the Lexington Fair Miss Annie Howler Miss I lia Martin and Me I r Belle Pigg of Bt Ims are v itng Mrs L J Frazee Mrs Frazee is hi much improved in health that she attended the lexitikor Fair I Miss Stella Perkleyof MisMiuriwhoh lieen visiting her uncle Ir John W Harris at Tnion City the jist six weeks is now at the home of Prof J P Harris ths place and wll remain for -Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Eleven Ancestors Alonzo Alexander a I rk- - speciale come in kid near Bed Hoaat ia the pom Mama Haprarrt ma Hind ana iiV of eleven parents grand and great grand in Wini lioii r Mimlay afternoon nat-- parents They are his lather Win Alexander and wife grandfather Samuel the Three Alexander and wife great grandfather Bryant Searcy mothers parents David railroad the Three Forks train Witt Jr and wife of eatiH county their parents David Witt Sr and wife Crockett late with the also of Kstill and Mrs David Witt n b non book keeper for the iwirents John Bead anil wile at Ked planing mill House The treat grandfather Searcy Female Institute opened yea Id the great grandfather Witt at Mitii more than a hinnlnil pupils and his wile Kt iimlrer for ve Is there another little bit of a boy any Mitchell offer a niaeonal where who has so manv ancestors per cent on all their chililrens r three day S ead Irxinpton Baatrk Street lUiltvay new railroaii the Three the The new electric street railway ia tbi fur yon can remember that nod city did admirable service during the lv will know what you mean Fair just closed Over lilty thousand I 11 Todd baa sold to W W 1i at people were transferred from the city to the Fair Grenada and return without a fpel ai re the H aeres of land bought i of II r aire single accident and w it li but little delay The double track system with entrance A net Iisii who went over to and exit gates widely separated made Sterling to advertise the Richmond the triji to the grounds and return a mata large representation will be ter of delight Cars close or open to suit the taste of the passenger were Bpon every train and all trains were run M Yarhnrngh f Atlanta has Mr I on prompt time without delay The take charge of the Richmond Office ojieite roadbed is in good condition the cars work skillfully handled and the motion of the il lldon cars a source of delight rather than one The Khanahana will break ramp at the of weariness and anxiety Trmia Jiur this week having completed iml ilroad janit and remove to the ir water worl From the aMrtfcwaat Mr Ivan IfcCord a prominent vming t car line has reached Mob crley an Third street beginning lawyer of Great Falls Montana a native K Depot It will make the of this county is here on a visit He says that his town has now live thou t kHMmf Three lirk I sand impulation and is only live years Hume Clay the Winchester forger old The great water power the rich He coufeeBea the forger minerals and fertile lands turned are attracting beeai to London and people from all parts of tbe world The other placus during his naabiiaan power generated by the falls ia being utilized and is sufficient for the heaviest the I N L v 1 A copper smelting works to one of tlii linest structures in machinery - IiOOOOO is in course til Kentucky acraai the river at the mouth construc of Tatra reek are on exhibition at tion It will employ three thousand men Side Mr Will Taylor brother of Dr it John Wafers as exerutor of his Taylor this place is a prosper oaa niem- r will sell the farm near Waco on lier of the bar at Great Falls the last Saturday in October See ailWe shall expect soon to hear of either I P Wafers will sell his ment Mr MeOord or Mr Taylor being put me time forward for Congress from the rich and Mr li J Pattoti formerly of Madison growing district of Great Falls county lias aetvptedtlie position of lrook- Too Walker leal with the Beana Walljiaper Co i 1ouisville Iourth atront where he The colored man so mysteriously shot will In- glad to s e all his old friends nearly a month ago died on Sunday An in Dr 1 has sold a lot just thane weeks after tbe abootiong lriee oubiide the city limits of Louisville Wx ipiest was held by Coroner Miller with Ml fet SlKXl He gave I7SI for it P P Ballard Bd Bowhmd Geonm W i Joel Perkins F He ha sold a lot on Fifth street in Rich- - White Sr I Bradley AUman composing to John ShirHet at s JK r foot that the jurv Irs Bobnrhl and Fost lehniarv ter testified that they found the bultiil turner lresident of let during the post mortem examination the Fair suggest that a Floor Commit Â¬ and that it was a J calibre That it tee le Bppoiaaed whose duty it shall he had lodged in the left side in the region of tfaat visitors meet each other and the kidney and spleen directly below sev likewise the home people and have a en or eight inches where it entered Also lirst rate ginul time iiixl suggestion that the left lung was inflamed but the Newman known to a manlier of right lung was not yet contained a juantity of pus The spleen and left jack stock men in and near Richmond has aaeaj charge with some crooked- - kidney were also inflamed It was the opinion of the doctors that the wounded ii the granite contracts of Loaaa ville hut denies the charge with a ven man would probably have survived the There Mr New man is a straight man shot had he been a well man geance were strong symptoms of typhoid fever a BaJL The jury returned the follow ing verdict The irmston Maupiii case was called We the jury summoned by Coroner before lodge Chenaadt on Saturday Miller find that Tom Walker came to The defendant waived an examination his death from a complication of diseases and his hail was fixed at NMt which h siiperinduceil by a gnu shot wound said gave at once The case will come up 1k shot fired by an unknown person fore the grand jury next week A Miss as Mood as a Mile The tiUadta Chaag The subjoined from the Pineville Mes J 1 Willis Trustee of GW Willis senger is humorously told but was prob- Â¬ ariataf of the Hotel filjaaVai on ably not so funny at the moment the gun ye terday sold the lease and contents of went off and the man and cow both fell Ios hotel to exjierienced hotel men Mv friend Tom Samuels has another aenuon Qetahar 1st For reasons satis- Â¬ new invention of his mm It is a gun factory to the Trustee he reijucsti d that and to all appearances is nothing more the names of the purchasers be not than Winchester rille of the latest immade known at present hut they live proved pattern Put friend Samuels in eome fort v miles away aat it is aoaaetfaing altogether differ ent from anv gun ever brought into use Difficult Surgery Performed He however admits after all that the Ir Hooker Veterinary Surgeon patent of the thing does not lie so much twice perfoeaaed successfully last week in the fTnn itKelf iis in n cerfjiin bttletriek the Operation af trachaotomy on le in the use of it This trick is copyrighted belonging to Messrs B P Fox A Son so he says and so far as Samuels knows a The oiK ration con- - he is the only living man who ever mas and Mr I nhxs of cutting into the windpipe and tered it It was ijiiite by accident too inserting a tube to relieve difficult that the sleight was acquired The trick breathing apicars simple enough ton It consists Dr Hooker is not only a good si merely in holding a gun across ones lap veterinary physician but a and without any aim whatever tiring a thirty two caliber ball between the lips Tbe Urrbaond National-Tin- of a friend who is kind enough to stand new liank constructed out of the near by with his mouth open and with miterial left from the First National bis side face excised the liall being aln iw alNiut to expire by limitation is lowed to pass on and bury itself in the Its offi- - least vulnerable part of a neighlxrs BOW named the Kirhm - are nt W This hot was successfully accomplished JB J E in en by friend Samuels the other day and he M Irvine Vice President itiiseif ready and willing leaf Cashier John W Crooke Jr Tel- Â¬ to meet all comers who have any prcten- Clerk The ler Clay Shackelford i tin v firi shoit inf line He also W CniHrton W ML Irvine big money tor some good steady Irvine D at Pright E li young man with a big mouth who is lurnam H willing to act aa the first part of the douand Cashier Presiihit claims to lie able to find leaf have returned from Washington ble target ndo all the cows nceesary ami never prnc- whither is trick mi any kind of cow unless illation The old totn a liell ith pin aad the new one l the Fair next week rile on line and seethe Three the Far Misss lt Jrs Nona and Beanie Poml of Prow iisville Tenn will arrive Saturday Female Institute to enter Madison They studied last session ia Bronaaville Female College in the class of Miss Susie i Stuai who is this yiir the music teacher at M F I Mr Simon Gormley of Crab Orchard who has been visiting hia brother Mr W C Gormley this place has gone home He wai paralyzed in the region of the vocal organ a year ago and has ever s lee been dumb hut hears well It seen odd at Brat acquaintance to see him iisug a slate or t blet to express what he ajaaH to say yet not requiring the f me of yon This is the first steel plant ever built in Kentucky and when com All aboard pleted will he the only one in oiieration in the whole South Three Forks The assessed valuation of Boston this Hurrah for the Three Forks year amounts to ss222iifl0 real and perHurrah for the Shanahans sonal estate The highest sum reached Hurrah for tbe Construction Company in any previous year was in 87 a season The Three Forks got into Richmond of inflated real estate values That year yesterday the real and jiersoual of Beaton were val ued by the asst ssors at 7is7 5050 real Call the new road the Three Forks estate 554200150 personal S244V1 the other names are two long 00 The personal this year is placed at Mud tunnel on the K U has fallen 2OO40700 real iVK540O Between in damag ng the company 30000 1874 and 18X0 the assessed real estate valHurrah for the monument that was to uation of the city ran down from be erected to mark thesjiot where the railto 45770100 road was to lie stopped Buck King a farmer of iarrard came hlin knocked the Th ree Forks road to town court day to purchase a wagon out several days last week and the and wandered down to Henry Moores track didnt reach liichnmnd store in Herveytown where be not a boy to Hurrah for K T Powell ci Co Mc- hold his horse In pulling out his pock Â¬ Carthy Hanger McChord OCallaghan et book to pay the boy for holding his and the ballance of the Imys horse the Imiv snatched his pocket bin k Hurrra i for Richards and Bennett cootaing 65 and lied It was dark On Young Crornwall Stine your Incle Wednesday Office Scott arrested Peyton Dennis bang and all the other Louis- Combs an eighteen-year-ol- d hoy on ville Ikivs suspicion and recovered the money to a last Tuesday was a rough day on OUT cent Combs was sent to jail for examinNidmlmmiBt Jmrmaf railroads two engines were off the track ation Saturday on the south end of the K C one on Arter North was shot and killed about two weeks ago over in Ieslie county by the north end and one on the P N I P Carter Roark The men had a quarrel Hurrah for Chief Engineer Pearson at a corn hoeing and the next day Roark and hurrah for Rock and Will Bryant lay in ambush and shot North North and Highbargcr and L Z Taylor hur- Â¬ lived two days after being shot and lie fore dying it is said that he confessed to rah for Tiylor twice How Kid that Col John R McDowell having killed Alex Taylor and helping to AVilk Brock upon Stinking Creek a few and Mr S P Walters are not hare And years ago He claimed that old Harrison it is a pity that years ago the people Taylor paid him V5 and a Winchester to could not appreciate Col McDowells efforts to build a road to the Three do the killing Roark is an illegitimate son of Harrison Taylor and it was be Forks cause North was boasting of his prowess Col John R McDowell could see ten as a murderer that the young men piar years further into the future than most relled BariaarnRe St people He saw in the dim distance The reunion of the blue and gray at railroads lienctrating tin1 mountains of Knoxville Tenn October 7 8 and 9 Pastern Kentucky converting imor counpromises to a notable event The re- Â¬ ties ito rich ones union is to be under the auspices of the The new road this here new road city authoritiWaiiil the Conteilcrate and the R N I A P the Luisville Grand army Mists of that city At the Siuthern and similar expressions are inception of the affair S10000 was raised the way in which the road from Ver- to lie Sjient in advertising The matter sailles ti Beattyvflle is distinguished has been printed and much of it sent out Call it the Three Forks It is a short Already 100000 posters 200000 folders pretty and expressive name and easy to and 180000 handbills have been sent out remember To show the interest which Knoxville Mr H P Dillingham and the R N I people are taking it may be stated that iV P selected Messrs Harvey Cobb S six or eight men are traveling in various P Phelpe John C Miller HH Cbiyer parts of the country to work up an in and Napoleon B Terrill to say how intareac ia the reunion It is expected much damages Mr Dillingham should that at least 20000 veterans will lie in at have for right of way They fixed the tendance and preparations are being amount at s ViOO The land in question made to take care of 50000 iMiiple Sot lies opposite the Fair grounds and con Gordon of Georgia will lie one of the tains the V besides the main line most popular and prominent figures at the reunion Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ABOUT RAILROADS the works CHICAGO AND HOW TO REACH THERE The most delicate constitution can Those interested in Chicago and the country beyond will doubtless be interest Â¬ ed in knowing that the great city can be t be reached from Richmond by way of Cincinnati and the Pennsylvania Lines The train leaving at 105 pm enablis one to arrive in Chicago at 730 the next morning It carries passenger coaches and Pullman cars and makes immediate connection for all places in Wisconsin Iowa Minnesota and the Dakotas The Fast Northern Express of the Pennsylvania Lines leaves Cincinnati at 75 a m and arrives Chicago at 510 p m carrying passenger coaches and a Pullman Buffet Parlor Car For full information regarding connections and rates of fare write to I I Robterts Assistant General Passenger Agent 3 Â¬ safety use Dr J II McLeans Tar Wine Lung Balm it is a sure remedy for coughs loss of voice and all throat and lung diseases Sheep rnr Sale have 2300 sheep lor sale 1000 select eves I IO- - 1 13 THE BEST IS OUR- - including II II COLYER In connection with the series of papers now being published on Exercise for Women the next number of Harpers Bazar will contain an article on The Ladies Athletic Club at the Berkeley Lyceum bv Mary lay Humphreys Pill NKKANKSS LIOJ OK Bid for Your Trade Fall and Winter purchase was made with a view of offering the best quali- Â¬ ties at lowest figures Our prices may startle but they will not vex the cnreful buyer ansirinriruuunTU e- - HABIT In all the World there is hot One Core Pr Hairistiijhlen Sperifir II run bs yiven in a cup of tea or onffre without Hi- - kniiilisK of Itii iMM son Inking It eflniltiu uil permanent cure whether loepnueul is i moderate drinker t HmmmjiImIi ot ilruakanla 101 Rjeobalic wreefc linve IhmH ruuil who h e tukt t he OoMttl Hpeciat their eufle wtlbnul thvir knowl and tn hiy ihnik they qait drinking of el their own free will No harmful fleet re sults from its a ItiniiiMratiiii lures uaran teed Maud tor rlreolar and full particulars AilUress in euaadenee ijomikn sim n ic in 17 10 Is i Rare st Cincinnati O 11 apt Wat M Paily and Mr Cooper have sold their stone ipiarry a few miles west Of Morehead to George M Pierce Frank S Martin and John F Knapp of Hamburg N Y for SiHt who will put in a large rock mil at once and operate the quarry extensively under the firm name of Morehead Freestone Company with headiimrters at Morehead Smf nH Dnmtrmt Reads We atucr and Cloth When the roads dry up and the weather gets clear A mans clothes get shabby this time of the year He looks from his hat to the heel of his boot And siys to himself I need 1 new suit To get something good and get something sty 11 njijxnTLrLnjTJTnxtnjTruTi NEW ADVERTISEMENTS LIST OF LETTERS Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office at Richmond Ky week railing Sept 3 1800 1 ft THi3 uiu MP UflDin P WANTS THE 3 0 Lee Mrs Eia LeuvelLJohM Morgan A 11 MaVr Mis Einer lmi i Suse Kicc Gcorjji IoanSarah Burnell Maggie Koiinson Milton Cobb Frank Stevens Geo Fowler Loulie Smith S 1 nice Puracaux II C Smith Miss Iy la And at the same lime fcr a yery low price Cieitre Allic Stockton G w Where to do ths and be sure you are Green Mrs Lizzie Sullivan James treated quite right Harris Amanda Tipton Mrs Marie I onora Thompson Wallace Get the worth of your money thats a Harris llaynes Charlie Wilder Mack blame sight Yates Mrs M W Janes Nan Its a question to worry you all Johnson Jul From the man very large to the bov Post Office hours from 6 a m 107 pm young and small Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a m to 6 p m Listen a moment will tell you just how I B WILLIS r m Buy from merchants who buy for spot cash Who wont giye time but sell for spot cash They will sell you the cheapest and wont An active energetic man who understands the clothing business to act as sales make you pay Address For the goods others bought and owe to agent in Richmond Kv m a N A MAKER RRO W N this day Philadelphia 21 SCHOOLFIELD Co ORIFS The Largest Clothing House in America Austin Danel Baldwin Ballard Kitty Bailey Wheeler Benton Joseph 1 53 L3 a 0 0 0 M O It 3 0 WANTED it Pi dxruuTj-u-u-Lru o rtjijjruruinrin nnruwh STOCK OF 171 IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW Littles barker Shop Removed George T Little has removed his barÂ¬ THIN CUHMN Some few are predicting that the street - 1 -- Â¬ - Â¬ cars wont pay Whose bwdnesa is it if they dont One of mir Jessamine justices always his marriage ceremony by saying Ami now I pronounce yon man a id stoemt XirholastiBt woman he would cat the The man who said first train that ran into Richmond on the I is invited to come foriV N P K ward and t ike a seat at the table The Republicans of Wisconsin will have a pack of trouble in the next race for Governor because the hunousGeo W Peck editor of the Free 1iess is the Democratic candidate No that is not a planing mill you hear in your neighborhood these mornings nor is it a circular saw but a man on the ice wagon melodiously calling out i i i i i i i i i i z z- - z Â¬ Â¬ jnimblers are afraid that the streets will be blockaded by the streetcars For heavens sake let em grum M what sou oi a world would it be A few Â¬ 1 M-llei- Â¬ TJ Â¬ - fr Â¬ Â¬ -- without a few good healthy grumblers The Frankfort Capital quotes a para As graph from Tin ClIM X and adds it is from the remarkable pattof that paper called the Thin Column it may or may not be true Now exclaimed big Jack stone when he had finished the ilitors yard I reckon them cowa I reckon fence them cows wont lie so current in here and they in here as they have been have not There are several men herealiouts who refuse to believe that the B N 1 i I They are will ever reach Richmond jierhaps the bum who have never be come thoroughly coin inced that the K C has ever reached here The Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat has been informed that on a tombstone in Nelson county is an inscription as Eighteen miles from Spring- Â¬ follows field four and a half miles from Fail Held two md a half miles from Ploom field right back of old man Tonimie Duncans cornfield lies Fielden Merri Â¬ Â¬ Children Kajoy The pleasant rlavor gentle action and FOR RKNT Mrs Woodward is holding remarkable religious meetings in a goapei tent in St soothing effects of Syrup of Figs when in One hundred and forty acres of Wheat Lmiis Physicians say that scores of need of a laxative and the if father or mothApply to me on premises Mrs Wood wan ls con verts a re hypnotized er be costive or billions the most gratifying Land results follow its use so that it is the best 12 13 Mrs LIVIA GREGORY and they ask the mayor to stop the meetfamily eemedy known and every family ings Tiipre are many accidents and diseasAccording to the table of statistics of should have a bottle es which affect Stock and cause serious the Tates Creek Association the Stanford inconvenience and loss to the farmer in church shows the largest increase of 20 Per Cent Of On Boys his work which may be quickly remedied 7 13 of which membership for the year Clothing by the use of Dr J H Mcleans Volcame from the Sunday school making canic Oil Liniment li the total 908 The contributions of this Commencing Friday morning SeptemIk you want to buv a Sulky Surrey church were also largely in excess of any ber 12 and continuing Saturday and Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for of the 19 in tbe association The Sun Monday September 13 and 15 we will da v si hi iol is also the largest having 10 give a discount of 20 jmt cent na each he has the latest best and cheapest teachers and 103 pupils Life of the flesh is the blood suit of lioys clothing The reason we Tiih The Titi s Creek Association of Pre make this special inducement is to in thereof pure blood means healthy funcdestinarian Paptist met on last Friday trMluce mir childrens clothing into every tional activity and this bears with it the September 9th with the Richmond family in Madison and to increase mir certainty of quick restoration fiom sick church end continued in session three business in this department We have ness or accident Dr J H McLeans days as s ther custom This associa- great stacks of boys and childrens Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purition was organized in the year and clothing in knee pant suits and we want fier gives pure rich blood and vitalizes there mean to have been little if any to move them Parents will never have and strengthens the whole body 00 change in their mode of worship or the a better Opportunity to tit the boys out per bottle 13 practices the different churches down to for schiMjl than at the present time This Coughs and coljs come uninvited but the present time The churches nine in is no sile of old style shop worn stuff 30U can quickly get rid of these with a number were well represented bv their but every suit of it was purchased for messengers and the leers in some erjea our regular fall trade We have all tbe few doses of Dr J II McLeans Tar l3showed unnanal prosperity among them latest styles in cut and pattern and all Wine Lung Balm There were eleven ministers present we ask is an inspection Every dollar Life will acquire new zest and cheerAmong i he number are Elder McDon- Â¬ counts these days and when ymi save fulness return if you will impel your ald of Tennessee Llders Win Pupart enough money on a suit alone to pur liver and kidneys to the performance of James J Gilbert niton Clark Rowling chase your boy a hat or some other their functions Dr J 11 McLeans LivK inkle Ilinsley Hurst and the Moder- Â¬ needed article of dress why u counts er and Kidney Balm will stimulate them ator Kid C II Newland of Lincoln Remember this offer only holds uimhI to healthful action 100 per bottle countv The association wim well at Septemlier 12 13 and 15 3 tended especially on Sunday when there CoVlNl ton a Mitciikii It The damp and decaying vegetation of was an immense crowd congregated The th reunion of the famous First regions newly cleared of timber exposed Among the visitors present were Mr C Brigade C S A Kentucky better to the rays of the sun is sure to breed P Park and wife of llllne Mr Wm known as the Orphan Brigade which malaria Dr J II McLeans Chills and Anderson and family of Lincoln Capt Opened almost every great battle and Fever Cure by mild and gentle action Baford Tracy of Clark with his wife covered every retreat in the West dur- will radically cure 50 cents a bottle and and daughter Miss Minnie Tracy and ing the war lietween the States was at- guaranteed I3 Mr Hale of Oregon who ha i visited no tended by 6000 people in the pretty fair DonsIson has a quantity of new Sulless than seven Old Paptist Associations grounds near Ijiw renccburg on Wednes during the present summer and expects day Speeches were made by various kies Surries and Buggies of the newest and most popular pattern and at very to be present at a few more yet There distinguished Kentuckians and Judge reasonable figures 5- was preaching on Friday Saturday and lAwis was re elected President Next Sunday nights at the residence of Mr years reunion will be at Waktkd A position for Fall Term Owensboro W II Miller in this city which we by a lady to teach either a private school f cord learn is another custom of long standing or as an assistant Can teach the full Hsasfs Ksr Rrnt among Old Baptists English course Two years experience Houses of three four or five rooms for Good references furnished Address rent MRS A WARD Box 22 Smithfield Henry Co Kentucky NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ Â¬ 5Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RELIGIOUS ber shop down street to the house formerly occupied by Sanders cigar store sec ond door from Herndons corner lie invites his old patrons and the public generally to call Customers promptly waited upon Everything clean and first class and the best of work done 12 RICECMOND Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc THE PLUMBIIB Gas Fitting CO Sanitary Plumbing Steam All orders promptly filed and work No 227 W Main Street guaranteed opposite Hotel Gly ndon Post office ad dress Lock Box 15 I- 8oHHERASS0RTMHT OF THE SEISOjM TO CONTRACTORS Iros Â¬ So Great in Assortment So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So GIVE LS A HEAP iii Price BENEFIT If not let privately before that day we will on Saturday Sept loth 1S90 at Covington Arnold At store in Richmond let one mile of the Silver Creek and Barnes Mil turnpike to the lowest and best bidtlrr It begins at the Barnes Mill and runs down the Crotchet branch Bids received bv the President who has profile and specifications Also pillar for iron bridge at T J Curtis S P ROSS j r TALLAND WEWILL 1VE YUL A j President V0RIESSCH00LFIELDC0 The Only One Price Cash Clothiers -- D P ARJV1ER receiv- The Main Street Jeweler has just ed a handsome lot of Gko P McC nn ii c pricf DIAMONDS beside k n I p nrii o McCANN Importer PRICE of nAVIOt I Gi i rirr nrt n- fall stock of every thing in the JEWELERY SILVER WARE AND WATCH LINE CokMmn and Mill LEXINGTON - S Wi h to inform tin pul Ramsey i no wiili I he Kani Corner Dry t i W elling his inte Oldham but is now runt i I That is going at bottom prices 3 s KENTUCKY THE PALACE li Dry rooda Store N First Street in connection Kile near with W old corner at the rtd I and wants his old friea Indies and gentlemen and icrilly to call on pa him lie ran tll them cheaper than he has erer sold n lefore We have eared the ervifes ot Mr i alesnian and M Ilazelwood and Mrs Million -- SALE OF LAND A executor of Mrs S A Wagers I will on Dinner Sets Tea Sets Chamber Sets Tin Seta Lams and Hall Lights Piano Plated W Kiae Wares from I re -- -- Sail Oct 2590 Foreign ami Dimes tir Art IMatnav The largest rine 3- - Â¬ field HORSE NOTES Prasfield A Tipton of Lexington have bought of John S Clark New Pruns vick N J the brown suckling colt by lied Wilkes dam Moilie Stout by Mam- brino Patcheii for 2500 At Lexington Saturday Doug Thomas filly of this county sold his Lady Wilton by Wilton dam Lemonade by Kentucky Prince Jr to Lowcrman Bros for 7500 and half of her winnings this year I idy Wilton defeated Lansing P in a match race Saturday and trotting the fastest made a record of S in a mile ever made by a Competent judges think she could riic 22 if she had been have trotted in pushed and driven out Ilui Kt aa Speaking of the Buffalo meeting a cur res mm lent says One of the sensations of the meeting was lx opard Rose 2liA She trotted last year in 2U but the record for some reason was not allowed At this meeting she won easily against a field composed of Alicante Hylas Boy Harvey Prime Warwick and Vespasian in 2 2X 21KJ 20 She is a race mare all over is very nearly or quite li hands high and would lie a roan except that the sjmts on In r back and sides are rather too large Still to call her a spotted mare ia Her sire Killbuek rather misleading ajaa Tom Jerusalem what a name by White Cloud and he was by Dan Rices show horse Excelsior as the men in charge of Leopard Rose affirm Dans horse was said to have some Arabian blood in his veins though bring quite a large horse it i simprobable that he was a purely bred one It will now be in order for Bro Huntington to metaphorically speaking get up on his hind legs and howl as something has been found with a possible hut remote cross to the Aral iai that can trot Allah il Allah Ieo pard Roses dam was a trotting mare by Guraey but what Gniaaj was I am un- Â¬ Qaatrifratar able to learn two-year-oÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wade Hampton died at in Versailles The Fort Worth Chamlier of Commerce last week has forwarded by express to President Abram Meaux a colored barber at Harrison a watermelon grown in Tarrant Lebanon weighing 300 poanda fell dead county Tex weighing 101 poanda last wee Take one of Dr J H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney Pellets at night before you go to bed and you will be sur Â¬ prised how buoyant and vigorous you will feel the next day Only 25 cents s vial Â¬ Â¬ t and most varied on the premises near Waco in Madison county Ky ofter for sale publiclv if not OXJS WHOLESALE SETAZlTXErr sold privately before that time the Farm of is filled with cheaper ware and are offer We a grenter variety than ever before buy alwas the best Our J cent Lamp Chimney is good Our Luster Band Wares last longer our commonest k Good house outbuilding fine and lasting in fjct everything is selected from factories water for all purposes well fenced close who are known for never vork to post office express office stores Prices aJOrders promptly filled schools churches shops mills c gladlv given -- - 275 ACRES rai Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Mary Deboe died at Nicholasville last week aged 65 She was one of the dwarf triplets another of whom recently died The first woman to he admitted to the practice of law in Minnesota is Mrs Mary L Mctiindley who prepared herself for examination in her husbands law ollice The Hon Charles Fitzpatrick who is about to Ik sworn in as a aaeaabnr of the Quebec cabinet is believed to lie the first Irish land leaguer to beeOBM a minister of the crown in the Queens dominions Typhoid fever has raged with deadly effect in Boyle county along the country skirting he knob All the way down the line of the L k N railroad to Gravel Switch has the disease done its deadly work Harper iv Profilers announce for immediate publication a new book by Caji tain Charles King entitled Campaigning with CriMik The volume will include the capt ins reminescencesof thefamous Pig Horn and Yellowstone exiiedition of Â¬ i Â¬ Phila for September is somewhat lighter than usual but carries with it a foretaste of the coming holidays in tUe publishers list of announcements Two of the new juvinile books have re- Â¬ views with representative pictures to set them off Other interesting illustrations from more of the months books lighten the pages The Notes from Boston is a new feature which if continued would soon enlist a circle of readers of its own such as watch for and discuss With the New Books done so well each month by Mr Talcott Williams Brief but compre- Â¬ hensive biographical sketches are given of the late Cardinal Newman and John Boyle OReilly each in his lifetime having add ed a share to the world of letters Tbe portrait is of C M Yonge the well known writer of English fiction and history a Â¬ 1879 Â¬ - Â¬ li i Â¬ A little child of Win Cumhy who keeps the Stonewall and Hinton toll gats wandered away from home and fell from a log into u little branch aboat tea inches deep and was drowne It was found by its motl er about twenty five minutes Georgetwcn Time afterward At the sale of property of the lateCeph Conn in upper Garrard on yesterday Capt I M Dunn auctioneer rejiorts a good sale of stock horses bringing from 50126 cows from S20C IK yaariing cattle 1720 aheap SJ0 per head hogs si75 and other property at fair pr A sjKfial from Middlesborough said Ground was broken in this city Saturday for a mammoth open hearth basic Una Lillie Metcalf of Ietroit formerly steel plant the only one of the kind in of Lexington came to visit Miss Mamie the com try It is being built for the Kennie of Benrbon They eloped to Watts Basel and Iron Syndicate of Lon Â¬ Cincinnati from the Paris Fair and mar- - don and will cost iptOOOOO There will lively J D Armstrong and J be three acres oi ground under roof and W Ferguson twelve h indred men will be employed in 1 Â¬ bottom land on Muddy Creek Birnam Si HiMt are agents for first Terms liberal and made known on day class insurance companies Try them of sale Sale at 11 oclock 33-- 3Apply to me in Richmond or to Joe -- OF Wagers on the farm The quality of the blood depends IOIIN F WAGERS Xj-A-3STImuch upon the good or bad digestion and Executor Dto make the blood rich in assimilation life and strength giving constituents use At the same time I will sell my farm of Dr J H McLeans Strengthening CorAs executors of G W Dallew deceased we will on dial and Blood Purifier it will nourish the properties of the blood from which well improved and near the above Wednesday October 1st 1890 the elements of vitality are drawn 100 B P WAGERS 13 19 per bottle 2 13 sell publiclv to the highest bidder on the premises five miles southeast of RichI have moved my Blacksmith and Wood Shop to my two story buiding on PUBLIC SALE OF FARM mond the farm of Third Street and am prepared to do blacksmithing and wood work in a true AND 1 workmanlike manner employ eight near Richmond and Uig Hill pike Good skilled workmen Bring your work to residence well watered and well fenced me and I will guarantee satisfaction Two good orchards and good S L MIDKIFF n Terms liberal and made known on day Sick Headache and a sensation of On Tuesday Sept 23 1890 MATRIMONIAL of sale Sale at 10 oclock A M oppression and dullness in the head arc At the late residence of Oliver B Hug G W BALLEW gins the administrator of Mrs A B Hug Miss Loula Bronston of this place and very commonly produced by indigestion B DEATH KR AGE gins will sell to the highest bidder the Mr Prewitt Montgomery coun- Â¬ morbid despondency irritability and over personal property said decedent con Executors 12 ty were juietly married at 5 oclock on sensitiveness of the nerves may in a ma- sisting of householdofand kitchen furniture last Wednesday morning Septemlier M jority of cases be traced to the same one horse one rockaway c Rev B C Hagerman officiated cause Dr J H McLeans Liver and On same day the heirs of O B Hug Mr M O Brown and Miss Susie Har- Â¬ Kidney Balm and Pellets will positively gins deed will sell the farm known as the II C Huggins farm consisting of ris were married on last Wednesday cure Sept 3rd The groom is salesman for Handkerchiefs Miss BESSIE BAKBOUB will Buchanan A fJreealeaf and the bride is Elegant line of ladies handkerchiefs The land is good anj the improvements take a is a daughter of W T Harris the well Crookk Bevnftt Urmston 40-desirable consisting of a two story dwell- Â¬ known brick man ing containing S rooms i porches panPoetry Musie and Pants of Girls tries fee new barn and fencing large ice Mr C H Pigg of Richmond and We may live without poetry music and house four ponds two orchards one old Miss Sarah Edwards of Estill county and one new with all necessary conven- For instruction in English Latin art were married on Thursday September iences and outbuildings French and Jerman Terms and We may live without conscience 4th 1800 The groom is a junior mem Â¬ The farm is located at the junction of the Nicholasville and Versailles and the other particulars will be made ber of the grocery firm of M II A C II We may live without heart liarrodsburg an Lexington turnpikes 4 known in person or by circular Pigg the senior mmabur being his fath- Â¬ We may live without kin miles from Nicnorisvilie 11 from LexingC usins uncles and aunts er As Mi68 Edwards was Mrs M H ton and 12 from Versailles MISS CARRIE BARBOUR Beta civilized man cannot live without Piggs sister Mr Pigg is a brother-in-laSale to begin at 10 oclock a m pants TERMS OF SALE Personal proper- having returned from the Cinof his father credit of If 3 ou want a fine sty lish pair to wear ty will be sold on a and over 60 days far cinnati Conservatory of Misic purchases of 20 negotiable to the Fair go to Vories Schooifield notes and for purchases under o cash in will take pupils in vocal and inCo hand The farm will be sold for one strumental music at her room in li 13 Talton Shanks died in Richmond Kv third cash and the balance in one and two If you are suffering with weak or in years with interest from date with secur- the new school building i the on Saturday September 0th 1800 after roar ot the First Ireshyterian a lingering illness aged 40 years The flamed eyes or granulated eyelids you ed notes L H McTVRE Ohorek can be quickly cured by usmj Dr J II remains were deposited in Richmond Admr of Mrs A B Huggiru deed cemetery Sunday aiteruoou with Masonic McLeans Strengthening Eye Slave 25 School will open on Monday HEIRS OF O B ULGGIKS deed cents a box honor- 9- 113 September 8th Book News 3 150 ACRES n rS McCANN 1R ICE protection to tad Now is the and children time to liny your g are so low that we may have to mark them tip soon in place of down We now h i on hand and daily receiving a splendid stock ot lera PUBLIC SALE ir- - 14kO ACRSS Â¬ hinj Ladies and Gentt ioods Clothing Hats Doots Shoes Trunks in tact everything kept in a first class store We call especial attention to our suits ot Â¬ Â¬ BOYS CLOTHING at fl Jr Alterforw torn Made Boots and S low cost and other custom made best brands of vloes ali very cheap A splendid line of all kinds o S Over and Under Iron 15cts We to 2 below cost 5 and 10 cent Handthelest kerchiefs and Hosiery in the Â¬ 174- ACRES r Personal Property Â¬ city Ladies White Iarty 1 School for Girls Class 95 1 2 ACRES Twenty Kid Cloves 35 to 40 cents Crashes from 3 i to 10 cents per yard less than rust Oood Chalhni 4 and Calico let Nice 5 cents less than Lice Bed et- - tl ne and Curtains cheap and Curtain Boles Comforts A trood hie of Cents Bants to close out 50 to 75 cents below Mai Over alls 35 cts Dont buv vour - Â¬ o We will until you see ours have in a few days the finest line of best titting Cloaks in and we have Richmond many other special bargains in gnoda If you will come and look we will be glad show you all through the stock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mm Â¬ Ramsey 8t Fife -- a THE DARNDESGXL e- Darodea gal I vrm knoveo Id tbe Ud oovstbeeoontTBed RaTlaroad i I y Wuz as oote as oote can be When Id o to town I braag Ber the Mattes lot otatofl Popoora tlcrloe an eaowja Candr for to fill a room Once she ait mo with a broom Cut I kissed her ea the cheat An the mWVtet didnt apeak To me or praps a week ralae my era to hem My cheeks ad tmra An get redder an a beet Oh she was test powerful sweet Why I felt ao log nned queer When I tried to call her dear That Id lean agln the fence Zlf I didnt have ao sense Twist the buttons on my vast Ask her who she liked the best Ask ber If it wasnt BUI Er ol i Jones who ran the mill a hlntlu round you see Tli shed up an say twui me at was aboat sixteen wui be r nnw an be Crack crack came two shots from the woods and two wolves fell struggling The shuffling of snow shoes upon the crust had not been heard by the boys as there came out of tho woods two men who looked foe a moment in astonish- Â¬ ment on the scene and then fired at THE 10000 IA NEWEST HATS OLIVER PLOWS I HBMrZSB m- I HAVE BESIDES REGULAR LINES OF ABOYE WORTH OF NEW CLOTHING FOR SPRING AND SUMMER gL- - ta Up BssaMsasa ILlIggr HHasflssEsaslfikififli Id LARGE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS Umbrellas Valises and Canes in Profusion The Latest Styles in Goods and Make H saw - Kl WATER T YOI sM fmJSLB 6 I saHaaa Msravawrtspwv 1 TrgJCfr aaaaaaaaaaaawawflPB attofs ce ill No- - I wu7 Though there dUct seem much as - rr J as brick An hi freekls wus so thick That a feller oae day said You could toast a hunk of bread If youd bold It nigh his I He wuz awlcwiu tlcr an v sat aswai u eg But hed have to 1 pity Jim gl Kinghl tf I wuz him hide aomewhrc in taster on my hair Ittomely U t rn Jawed rid nd chawed i LoklncasssVx On a pug aw an tked to her t told I Cf hi lov t u he rolled Him fa sannrj landed aw Jellus of Jim Pike a- - the very deuce GREAT REDUCTION IN SPRING GOODS QUICK WK HELP EM DOO Â¬ jnsj I Vnhll awSPLel VlllJBSEwai saKWnaaVl 1 J aafaF I BBLwSssBBBwsflaawl ir i naaawatw yes i Whore are the moose we were chas- Â¬ ing cried one of the men presently Tor knowed the first time slnoe they came on the ice r la West the hunters thoughtof the moose which had taken advantage of the first lull in A MAINE ADVENTURE the combat to continue tbelr flight and now had disappeared in the dusk and upon the lake The animals were Becape from out Two Boys Narrow deemed to bo too far away to admit of the Ravenous Wolves successful pursuit In the darkness al- Â¬ though the dogs with all their wounds K THE big plan bounds ready to true gxJL- - of the hotel at were like chasebred No use following resume the Moosehead them at this hour be added Dore lake sat a dozen help hold the dogs Thoy aint fit to go or more Jolly further to night and besides if they persona all get out of our sight the wolves 11 kill seeking what em sure Wed better skin those dead pleasure the old wolves right away before they freer lake might By the light of birch bark torches B during brought from the shore the skins were the taken from the dead wolves Then the Moose entire party went to tho hunters camp term moose said a two miles down tho lake where they Boston nlmrod when asked if he bad dressed the wounds of tbG dogs which en a specimen of the creature were torn and cut hy tho sharp teeth of after which this lake was named the wolves but were fortunately not I shou And he re-- dangerously hurt r rhe benefit of the asset Younc Barclay and Nacola passed the audience an adventure of young Dana night with tho hunters On their dey and an Indian lad commonly parture tho following day thoy each se Â¬ called N rt although Nacola lected two wolf skins for himself and al Â¬ - lb full name lowed the hunters to retain the others aid the story I in acknowledgment of their timely help St trapping one winter day when As the boys pushed out on their way to having crossed on the Ice to an Island Greenville in the bright morning the in the lake they were startled by carcasses of the dead wolves were the ea and howls in the woods only appearanco upon tho smooth sur- Â¬ asked face of the lake to remind them of the What noise is that Nae young Hard ay perils of tho day before Philadelphia W lives said Naool a Call em one Press Wuznt she sagli MH I wu jest totals kasssaaV- - Married htm the she ky mule - At the sight of this reinforcement the discomfiture of the wolves was complete they scattered in all directions and in a minute or two none were to be seen When the moose hunters came out upon tho ice and saw the crust torn up and trodden hy the moose and the bodies of eight dead wolves ly- Â¬ ing about tboy were too much aston- Â¬ ished to think of the game they had been pursuing or do any thing else than question the boys and hear from them the story of their long flight and once BRitLS Lsdist Dongoll Shots Lsd BRILLS SHOES This ncw aml cxcciiellt 250 shoe is equal Tf 0 RA Kw Mi mnnnto itwifo cam HUf mviv Mini lllitll lU lUJ WW popular day by day Everybody iiKes it tnar livery pair tries it For men and women Jf B f 5ULLI RlcHaioP ills 225 Gents Brills BBatsBBBsKUtL aatriuCiiVl H 175 Boys S 300 dosjousk Misses Don goll Shoos Calf Shoes ErBSMBJf RRsjsri ATTUh Misses Dongoll Shots S2SO fln iiv Riciosd battle guaranteed 30 BSfettal is5l Os- W- W UKAOQTrAirTED WITH THE GEOGBAFHT OF THE COUWTHT WILL OBTAljf MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FHOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF A- - 1ft tP9AwM ii ii iV LADIES COME TO OUR POWELL DESi U HsSOfft 11 SHACKELFORD DEALERS IN ALL KIXD3 OF FOR SIj3E3 WooQenware ii SRwSi GENTRYJ Fiirnislig ioois TOOLS AND MATERIAL HICUM Bank- oalss - Hardware Tinware House LBV KawMsWi toTxin- - BLACKSMITHS r llr AND WAGON MAKERS Bi 1 heated iiTSfly Hi i i T ffi Roofing and Guttering KkhmoM Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds -- 1 i liSinyi xi awV iti rnHsfi rr TV firsieriUD Â¬ GRAND ai- - Microbe Killer 1 OPENING RADAMS AT I DEALERS BOOBS IN IT IS NECESSARY In Oawie iM rvan at h- siitAijRJ- - gX1 ZZm s iiiw U3iyi4 -- sSsrfr- ijJU IL PIERS OF 100 Main St HAAIS Richmond Ky Boots Slides -- Hits purs RlCIIMoS Wore Caps These Days for Jiie ANI i jaterifip fcjw Sy-rs THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY -- to Bather The loys bid but the wolves scented nd soon tiepar to howl around to A WORD OF CAUTION tsests shot one wolf and the psek soon Sore attack s Ki said Tom as looking behind him ie saw that in different quarters at doren wolves were now in sight Im not know said the Indian IKi you the poor beast into bits think they mean 4own liliri by praps when sun goes lwys realizing their danger poshed on down the lake As the after noon sun slanted near the tree tops the wolves were so close that Tom could plainly distinguish tho sharp white f a half dozen of the largest of them which ran together in advance as maiothers coming toward them from different points of the From time Is time Nacla lake a tho neafwt ones hem for a short KwitsMI ivs had much n and each fslt that ujKn some sort of a criM i I wondering which a wolf would nab first aid he finally Â¬ I Combustion of Wkaat Id the lluntllo A correspondent of tho Breeders Ga Â¬ zette writes Several instances of barns being consumed by fire originating from spontaneous combustion of bay or straw in them bavs been published in your paper during tho past year and I now send you notice of another which occurred Tuesday evening July 22 Tlie KpontSDeoas Mr Samuel B Terry of Jefferson O Including main lines branches and extensions East nnd West of he Missouri River To all points East North and Northwest from Kansas City to Rock Ielsnd Davenport Des Moines Chicago and via ALBtRT LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthiwrton Sioux Falle Water town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening1 towns end cities It i - the Bhort direct route In connection with lines from St Loui6 Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points converging1 at Kansas City it also constitutes Also a full line of the purest and freshest -- BHTS nnnsiurii goods FOR THE MERCHANTS ran RlCMMO- - High Art Novelties IN DIMS THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and grazing lands in the world forming the speediest most popular and economical system of transportation to and from all cities towns and sections in Kunaas Col- Â¬ orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining Chair Cnrs between Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Bodge City and rullmau Pa aci Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool In summer warmed by Fteam from the locomotive in winter well ventilatod and free from dust leave Kansas City and St Joseph dailv on arrival of trainH from the Ea t and Southeast with elegant Dny Coaches Pullman Palace Sleepers and FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Denver Colorado Sprinirs and Pueblo mHklnp rtops only at lmportan- - In tervening Etatione In Kcnsus and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at con venient stations west of Kaneiis City and Dt Joseph furnish delicious meals at seasonable hours and at moderate prices THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE To Manitou Pikes Peak the Gtrden of the Gods Cascade Groen Mountain Fiills Idaho Springs the mountain parks mining camps and cities sanitary s hunting and fishing grounds and cen attractions of Colorado Its Veatibule Express Trains are equipped with every modern improvement to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment that cdi add 1 hf v lo uioka clnsi connections at terminal cities in Colorado lin Union -rih the Denver and Hio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacific Denver Texas md Fort Worth nnd oil otner diverging lines I r Tickets Mapts Time Tables Kold rs copies of the Western Trail u monthly or further desired inioruiatioii address E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN Genera Krmaer Ocal Ticket ft Pa Agent OH 1CAGO ILL Â¬ Â¬ s lHE1 Tliat Jnn le Ilxid AND SUNDRIES PERFUMERY BK LSI IKS SOAPS Ac Summer Season TO LIE i Otne 1RT fracti Kkhmo Btoi TOILET ARTICLES Awake Nights to Devise Means It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our SF M M ER Wc entered tbe market to sig STOCK nalize tbe coming season hy a stock which in its magnitude should mark an event in We have the history of all openings succeeded beyond our expectations The goods are now in and placed on tbe shelves We can show you thelaigest selection of to Attract Trade The Managers of the PHI Rich BBBBBwsLsf iMV 0Stf aaagsssB awawsr1 TOKl TO FIHE and stand tlif y did till almost ths last shot was fronr They ccas d Is fire and Mranjjely enough the beasts ceased to air At i his lhre sraa something ominous i liion- near Id raate at hiwii i u trees and bushes and the break inp of snow crust and out from the thick undergrowth of the high wooded pntsst there came crsshlnjf down the bank an Â¬ was hoeing in his garden after his sup per bour wbilo it was yet light and on looking up from his work he saw firo shining through cracks in his barn He went into tho barn as soon as pos Â¬ sible and found the firo to be wholly in s mow of v heat in the bundle which bo had ila cd there tho week before There had been no smoking no lantern r fire of any nature around his ny barn bsman it was Incendi ary work Mr Ierrv informs me that lrew two ioads of early last wv i newly cut wheat from his Held only two days from tin harvester and in the butts of the bundles was a heavy growth of new timothy seeding of grass He examined the berries of his wheat and concluded it was a little too green to go into the barn Wo had beautiful tor tint weather hotsuu every day and t his grain cured fast Two day after putting In his first load be put in another load Being busy with liis haying the fourth day be put in an other load and the following Saturday he put in the balance six loads making ten loads of good heavy wheat filling his barn from scaffold floor over his horse stable clear to the root The fire when it first broke out was in that part of the mow where tho two loads were first put Being on a farm and no help present but his wife he could not put out the fire or save his barn llo had SHOO insurance on barn 300 on which cost twice tho money contents and it was then jammed full of wheat and hay JOOO on implements and for that he lost all bis farm tools harness wagon and a fine carriage be-Â¬ cause as soon as he opened tho front door of the barn to look In the flames spread so rapidly tha nothing could be done His oss is so heavy that it pre cludes any suspicion of his selling it to an iiiMiraie f company I as partieHlsiw So fully em others against run- Â¬ est risk ning any Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS FALL DRESS GOODS WHICH IS NOW TAKING TLACE Patent Medicines PAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD Ac RACKET STORE Utiles SEssw I Ladies1 In all Shoes klfr v7 PU Wmr STATIONERY S liol Books 1WF A competent 1numm to compound prescript inns styles prices and grades ever brought to this markit cheaper than wire ever known We iCkouuicnd tluni to the trade Our line ot Ladies1 Made v v Iil- i iiuaucipiiM ami aeniatuis 3 Shoes in all Styles tor u b Xi Br Aiu recognizing tile w 01 me people tor a 1U Have Decided to PI Rich ont Cf--- 1II 2 and 250 LADIES SHOE POWERS SuccMSOM HiGJSi E Smith to Wc have asMed to this line which for style and durability has no eiual We have the largest stock of QUIT LYING Awake Studying Kow to l Rk Of QMETQING NEW New Elegant Blazers THROUGH Mens CAR TO Boys Shoes Ibis cit is LINE MACKINAC JUST RECEIVED GO AND SEE -- Come to our Dress Goods Open ing we like to show our Novelties THE BLISTERED BY ELECTRICITY n Two Thousand Volts enormous bull moose with 1he biggest antlers that either of the boys ha seen and behind this animal camo two younger moose full grown w 1th antlers and these were followed by a cow moose and a half grown calf The ssoosi much frightened at something lehlnd them were running rt great ipeed in single file with tbeir noses is the air and antlers thrown bark against their shoulders The wind blew from das sbore so thct these animals trusting wholly to tbeir scent to indicate ths presence of danger were in the midst it wolves before they discerned their presence or that of the boys When the foremost moose perceived bis natural enemies about bim be rbarged them at once The wolves yelped snarled snapped and got out of the way the best they could as tho moose rushed this way and that way at the nf Brew nw Â¬ Through a Mans liorir Without Killing Him Herbert Uurns an plcctrician em ployod in the oler triral works San Francisco rseftHsji an stoetate shock that nearly killed him One of the iynanxjs wa out of order and while Hums was rojiairlnpr it he received a hock of J 000 volts direct from the dyna- Â¬ mo through his body The shock knock- Â¬ ed him backward and he was picked up for dead He rraduall y recovtrid con Â¬ One of his hands was badly sciousness blistered and he eouijilaincd of soreness f the lunps The Baby Wan Nat Hurt A baby carriage whioh was being rolled bv tvo boys on the nxtf of Xo 8 New York tli Fifth avenue brok awav and with its occupant fell five stories Staturday aftermsjn The carriage remained up rifrht and fell on a bale of rairs in the where it v as shattered Tho irds at mas tuii iultl in li itt 5 1 10 GT COUNTER AT H BROTHER J STRENG IYAZOO RECORD sKSTXJ Commencing Jul v there will be established a through line of first cjssa Ves- tibuled Pullman and Wagner Sleeping Cars daily between Cincinnati Da ton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and all principal resorts of the Ipper FeawMsda of Michigan via the C H k I RR and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleepers will be attached to trains leaving Cincinnati at tooo p m daily except Saturday returning leave Mackinaw at 9 a m dailv except Sunday The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets via this route composed of such favorable and well known lines as the Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton R R and Michigan Central Rymusl Ik- appar Â¬ ent to all first U s travel No other line can offer such advantages as to accommodations and route allowing top over at Toledo and Detroit then continuing vour journey to the most loely resorts on the An e ican continent For pamphlets pertaining to Mackinac Island and other summer resorts reached via this line write to any agent of the C II D R R or to E O McCormick General Passenger and Ticket Agent No oo West Fourth Street Cincinnati O J J BROOKS M it prices ranging the best lin Jie us a call buying elsewhere and be convinced Weal so make special mention of our MKNS SHOES Childrens and Infants Shoes ui great abundance and your interests will be BY 1TTTING THE KNIFE guarded in buying them from us Our stock of LOWSHOES and SLIPPERS INTO is the prettiest you ever saw If you are not ready to buy call and examine and be satisfied this is the place An immense stock of WORK SHOES BROGANS and PLOW SHOES in fact we have made untiring efforts in every line of our Shoe Department and we think the climax has been capped So that everv article sold j to 7 This can get am where from Ker brought to of tl ATTRACT TRADE D Rt in THE v PROFITS Our Gat Stock is Cos Consisting of Stetsons oft Summer sty les Knox stiff Hats rtcenHv receiyed the are dandies See what style columns 01 New York papers say about them In addition to the above named goods which we havent space to mention only briefly you can get Laundred Unlaundred and Woolen Shirts Collars Cuffs Socks Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear in profusion Shoe Polish Blacking and other articles too numerous to mention We now bid vou come and sec our attractive goods Attractive prices that tell their own tale of cheapness At tractive bargains bound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all be an advertisement tor their house COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF TINWARE STATIONERY NOTIONS ETC A few pieces ol 10 cent Cli left at 6 cents a yard CllKNUlT BROOKS CHENAULT Rea 1 Estate Brokers IN FOAL liiciiMONu Madison TO TUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE The Square Dealing House Kentucky Â¬ P M POPES FOR SALE rooms lot Xi o Orchard Street new to 10 QlEFV ANNE COTTAGE c rooms lot Kin toot aiiev Hallie Irvine and Irange Seets TWO FRAME DWELLlNGS acw rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant lots all well finished Three Elelant BUILDING LOTS o feet or as a a hole on 40 Fifth Street THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS rVweCTS on Walnut Street addition 50x100 sect each 09 F01 pi ices on E anv of the above W WIGGINS MRS inquire of -V Large lists of City ami Couutry PropCounty Kentucky at erty Property sold ami bought 011 Commission Correspondence -- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING C0LTat- s- and prompt attention giveu solicited aOflice in Jnliu liennetts law Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled Mares kept and tried office Branch office at Stockton on grass at ten cents a day grain fed il desired at reasonable rates regitlirly Will take Brooks Drug Store 39- even care to prevent accidents or escacs bit will not be responsible lor either Yazoo is by Harold tire of Maud S 203 aad 26 more 230 performers at Silver Creek We offer the services of TAZ00 for the season of 1890 fAIMCE H BOGUS Rice First door above Farmers Bank Sccessors to Wallace M J HILL Main INSURANCE The Oldest left Farias llie lliiilll II Il WaS A lll i iiii Irrtou- - Rtot r ot attempt to approach the moose but drew back and ranged themselves in a wide circle on the crust at a safo dis Â¬ tance away A new sound mingled with tbe noise fray as there came baying and bounding out frm tbe woods two large if n ami tsawSawaW roai say a num Â¬ ber of iinn armed with riins fuived the non union men in the mines to flee for their lives Tho tovuis la an uproar and seventeen f the rl ad and are now in the EbsMshin - IS C faot allcv TAGE the moose I dentlv tbe They at once on Bnstsssa First Arro3t Ualsr a Hew Law 1 Xicholson of Ieiston Of Md Hymen j S trial Portion iecrd 2js sad iir of Minnesota Record 4 luldc Harold two mile record in 504 in rasrlaml Caawssela trial irjo dam ot on L Breckinridge Cabell formerly of aaaght record Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Volliijeur trial 230 by MamhrillO Virginia but who has bci n usident of CAief jrire f lady Thorn jiiSV New York seventeen TCSra and has an 3rtl dam by Koahaci a pacer extensive acquaintance with Capitalists 4th dam by Whip n thoroaghbred will SELL OK EXCHANGE TIXIIEI Hie above pedigree show- - YaXOO U be superbly bieil Harold llmont Manilii MINERAL AKI AflRia LTt KAL LANDS 110 Chief his she grind sire and trtat grand sire are each illustrious sires Yolande AND DEVELOPED INDl STKIES Voang Partis his dam and gcaad dam are llluslrioiis matrons with a pacing thoiotirh Will also Organie Undeveloped Prop- Â¬ bied foundation where can roa beat it rieties into Corporations and float tbe gQrliook now open Addrcm us at Silver reek Madison county Ky i -- NOTICE stands at 300 isi i in - Belmoat in Yolande i t 11 Vatwooil Vaha I thiny i diiii Totmg Portia record while in fnil t n Im more in and Vatoo PALACE L KLEIN CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PHiETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vafcleln are all new and f the very latest pitirna Thev are for sale on the in want a jj l Voltaire i o jni ir KeMtasere Proprietor C 24 Limestone Street 0pp 3t 0 Depot ml Strongest Aaertein LEXINCTON KY Wew Building and Furniture Well Lighted and VtNTiiAiKD Companies v lU AJILHILA SPRINGFIELD CJeiiti lly 49 4 GOOD BAR ATTACHED Located W II CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGAKA and ht much noise and snarling pon - - corro men It is securities Skilled labor furnished industrial enter prises liiiiuii in - TS BURNAM CO RATES S2 and S250 per Day - e office ne said Nacola quick v Tbe boys ran to the rescue em dog Disastrous Wreck dogs just as the other wolves Early Thursday morning a f night about to take part in the combat No l rain ifas a shot one with his last bullet it 0e t r ast and as another wolf gathered for a spring Barclay sent a heavy charge of sf Isaaaiasrtoa V Va eaaaiag a ur shot into its bead which fired at ten riUawraeh Baglaeer Cordoll and an paces sway killed him as quickly as s inkDown man were killed and slit en oa top of each other Tho bullet could have done Tbe two hounds were each in a life and death wreck took firo and the ears and contents itroyad saw antagonist and liar- - watt l gun stock and Nacola Democratic Gains in Vermont Wtslatura em help that settled cruf Dc prosent- wolves n the Ver- - if ready to renew or a jrain the comb- tightest chance of JWvi Is ities i law author Â¬ MiiiAini 11 Arn unr i germania mergha ROCK BOTTOM RATES RfCIIMONO BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY The Madison County Bible Socielv has at the drug store of Stockton Brooks in Richmond a large number of Bibles and Testaments They oiler them at extremely low prices to those who are able to buv and pi jtve them away to all who are not ube to buy Ministers through Â¬ out th are requested to that the poor of their respective vicinities are Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY IM AN 1AKUIIU IfNXlSlIIAM CUL THE to AND LUMBER CO New Livery and Sals Stable J suppii W L CRUTCHER President MU Net lik We have erecteil a new ami commo Â¬ undersigned have formed it partner dious Liverv and Kale Htrntdu t sell all kinds of Coal and Lumrd and Irviue streets Hi tr- - xir ber at the lowest market price and re JAS K CANTRILL lreident c1 i r me 1uone 10 give us u iral W Z THOMSON Hecrelarv spcctfuHv request a libera patronage from ANO Med Director Dk 8 F Dk C W H AKDIN Gen Agt the public The yards are located on HORSES HITCHED OR FED Orchard Street and also on Third Street Calls atleiiliou to its Level Premium Plan ol Insurance ami liberal terirwof where we will build a warehouse upon the Pohey Prompt and Reliable Paid up iiistiranne given at the AT REASON AHLR H V Haddle completion pf the new railroad to this taucy of life thus providing disability clause in old ajte Policies end of Mtpec t low Iiieontestalile hor es horaea and buggies Inr place T S BRONSTON except for fraud or noti paj ineut of premium No restriction as to reaWence nsies M M 1IARL tuvd or occupntiou Polkieu uoti forfeitalilc after thrc uuuuul payuutiU 17- - 1 13 Â¬ Organized 1874 Assets 85675040 zizssr BURNAM d3 - at the B yon wout JOHN 1 N HUME rn ivmi Toliacco liartis Country Frukii H 106 lining property specialties Mud hk IREET i i s South Downs for iSale of Ni j hsve opened a ietneu ladles an guarantee flrat ofwui elegant furniture cl d sharp raTora J We FAKE1SU dNltllAl