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Til fjWWWaia W r rffia cffij i Wsffig IV ATTORNEYS J frgy--jgg- p W VOLUME F4 A fII SAFETY LAMP BURST Searchors for the Dead Stricken Down The Tflikesbarre Mine the Seene of other Fatality An Addition to the Eight Entombed Miners An- Â¬ RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER BARRED OUT The Maryland I aw School Color Line IH Ii FORESTS DYING Ileetle Creating Havoc In the Spruce Re Â¬ gions of West Virginia Scientists At tempts at Kennedy First Session For several months past the huge for- Â¬ ests of spruce in the Cheat mountains have been dying off by thousands of acres causing a loss of millions of dol- Â¬ lars and no cause for tho devastation could be given A few weeks since Mr A IX Hopkins Entomologist of tho Agricultural Experiment Station of West Virginia was to sent tho devastated district to investigate report and tho causo of tho destruction of all this valuablo timber and to securo a remody if possi- Â¬ ble He has just returned and reports that the timber has been killed by bee- Â¬ tles about the size of a flea Tho bee Â¬ tles eat thoir way under tho bark of tho spruce pine trees in all directions cut- Â¬ ting off the flow of sap and consequent- Â¬ ly killing the trees Ho reports many thousands of acres literally dovas tated by tho beetles but says their inroads seem to bo on tho docrease The investigations of the Entomol- ogist brought about the discovery of a parasite which is preying on the beetles and destroying many of them Several species of tho paraslto were found in tho trees devastated by tho beetles Tho parasites will bo introduced into dis- tricts where the timber is beginning to show the effects of tho ravages of tho leetles with the belief that their pros ence will end in the destruction of thd damaging insects If this proves suc cessful tho vast forests still extant will be saved otherwise tho total destruc- tion of tho spruce forests will bo but a question of a short time Â¬ 17 I 1890 Â¬ V o xVs wei ntmfritiSfr a cC ft IF B tKvlSi ffi NUMBER KENTUCKY 14 T BlKNAM TTORXEVS 1 T LA K HUMPHREYS VETERINARY SPECIFICS For Horses Cattle Sheep Dogs Ecgs Draws CTia F1FTY FLRST CONQBESS WAsniNGTow Sept 8 Set ATa The nouse bill to set apart a certain tract of land on which the big trees standi In California as s public pnrk was passed by the Senate without amend ment The eonferenco report on the river and harbor appropriation bill was taken up and freed to without discussion and without a yea and nay vote The tariff bll was taken up ihe debate or the bill and amendments to be lim ited to thirly minutes for any S nator on any one subject Plumbs amendment to raise the whisky tax failed The sugar section was taken up the Immediate subject under considerbeing ation Committed the Finance Paragraph to amendment tH duties on ail sugars above No IS Dutch standard Mr Sherman argued against tho amendment and in favor of the House proposition which would allow all sugars under No 16 Dutch sandard Including good qualities of brown sugar largely used by the people to come In free of duty The amend ment was agreed to Tho next vote was on Senate amendment to the same paragraph Increasing the duty on sugars above No 16 slx leuths of one cent per pound instead of four Agreed to tenths as Iti House bill House Hills were passed creating a port of entry at Eagle Pass Texas and a Joint resolu tion granting the use of a portion of the U S Military reservation at Chattanooga Tenn for a national park The Atkinson Railroad bill was then taken up and e nsldered until adjournment V7 AsnixoTon Sept ft Sew at The Sen ate completed the tar ff bill to da7 and it Is ready for a final vote to morrow The repel proclty amendment was agreed to the Demovote being unanimous against it The cratic Customs Commission amendmeit was adopted It provides for tho appoinment of a permanent Commission of five whose duty expressed in the fewest words is to watch the effect of the new law and to recommend to Congress such mollification of duties as shall be suggested by the fluctuations of trade Hocse Mr Hansen Wis called up the Virginia election case of Langston against Mr O Frral Va Venable raised the question of consideration The vote resulted s9 nays Yeas No quorum A call of the A bare quorum wa- - disHouse was ordered closed on the call and the question returned upon tue question of consideration ponding which Mr OFcrral moved an adjournment Th motion to adjourn was lost yeas 4u nays 93 On the question of consideration the quo rnm disappeared the vote standing veas s7 hays f aad another Call was ordered No quorum appearing Mr Hauen offered a resolution directing the Sergeant at arms to summon absentees Mr Buchanan N J offered an amendment directing the Sergesnt-Ht-armto enforce the provisions of Sciion it Revised Mr OFerrell Statutes What is Section Mr Iluchanan No work no pav The Speaker pro tcm Mr Parson ruled the amendment out of order Mr Ilreckenrlilire Ky moved to lay Mr Ilaugens resolution on the Yeas stt navs 90 No business table Lost could be transacted nrd the House adjourned Viashinctos Sept in Sxnatk Mr Mor- gan introduced two resolutions one calling on the Secretary of the Interior for a statement concern ng 14 land claims of the Northern Pa- ciflc railroad and the other living instructions to the conferees on the land forfeturc bill The tariff bill was tak n up and after speeches by Mejsrs Hoar IItcock Tarp c Gibson Vest Vance and Jones Hev vote was taken and the bill was passed yeas 40 nays 40 The following pairs were announced the first named In eara couple being in favor of the bill Messrs Doph and Drown Edmunds and George Farweli and Payne Hale and Mr Pherson Morrill and Hampton Stanford and Gibson Pett grew and Ca Mr Aldrlch move that the Senate insist on its amendments to the House bill and ask for a committee of confer ence ihe conference to consist of seven on each side The motion was agreed to and Messrs Aldrlch Sherman Allison Hiscock McPherson Vance and Carlisle were appointed conferees on the part of the Senate The Sen Â¬ ate then adjourned Hocse -- Owing to flllibustering no business was transacted in the House to day Was iiimtos Sept 11 Senate Mr Morgans resolution calling upon the S cretary of the Interior for information as to the lands of the Northern Pacific railroad company a as de botcd and agreed to The conference report on the railroad land forfeiture bill was then taken up Mr Morgan s cured the floor anil made a four hours speech in opposition to the report He had not concluded when the Senate adjourned At the caucus of Republican Sena tors tbo follow ng order of business was agreed to Antl loitery mail bill Dili to relieve tho Bill to timber act culture laml private establish caim courts Dill for the adjusmeni of the Supreme Court Bill for the adjustment of claims of laborers etc urder the cight bour law Bill making eight hours a days work for laborers etc In Government employ or employed by contrac tors doing Government worU Bil to transfer the revi nu marine service from the Treasury to the Navy Department The Paddock pure food bilL Bill for the settlement of claims aris ing from Indian depredations Tcrrey bankruptcy bilL Bill to place telegraph companies under the operation of Ihe intcr Stato com merce law District of Columbia bil s Hocsa A vote on the motion to order the previous question on approving the journal of Tuesdays proceedings dlclosing the fact that a quorum was not present the House at 123 p m adjourned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ s -I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE COMMONWEALTH In Breathitt County It began with a homicide tho other night on Jotts creek about ten rnlles from Jackson and from A relig Â¬ the Kentucky Fnion railway ious revival was in progress when tho preacher began to take up a collection Two young men at this point created a disturbance in the church and went out Â¬ side to finish their quarrel County Judge Johnson ordered a constable to arrest the disturbers He summoned to his as- Â¬ sistance a man named Mcintosh who had killed 1 man named Angel only si At this point Andy weeks before Palmer a by stafider declared that tho young men should not lie arrested and drawing his pistol he placed it against the body of Mcintosh and pulled tho trigger The pistol snapped Ho pulled the trigger again and again the pistol snapped ly this time Mcintosh was breaking for the brush where he had left his Winchester rifle He brought it with him to the moeting feaflrtg an at As tack from some of Angels friends soon as he bad recovered his weapon he turned and fired at Palmer The ball passed thro igh his body killing him al most instantly A general fight then ensued in which several persons were injured two of them probably fatally wounded with knives The outlook is that another bloody feud has been be- Â¬ gun in which tho participants will be the respective frienda Of Mcintosh and Palmor At Lexington Tom Finnell fired two hTm b shots at W W Flemming thought had caused him to lose a jotf and shot the nose off of A K Pullen IIMOSD KlXTlCKY IP t I yt Uumanis IHilUliiic First SULUVAIS Tho ill fated South Wtlkeabatxe Mino KtNTlCKY RllH MONK of tho Lchiph and WtHmaharm Coal Company with in whose ii Kimf an formerly rir t galleries still lie entombed the bodies ii- I unity Ju tfce Miller of the eight men killed in the disaster of last February was Friday the sec no luWIXL of another accident by which one man LAW ATTORXE1AT was killed and another so badly hurt that his recovery is very doubtful For Keniickv Rkiimosd the last three months men have been at work clearing up the workings of tho lflVe on Koeoml Street mine and the work was in progress EOKXCPATHIC be- Â¬ Friday The ventilation not DENTAL KURGKRY SPECIFIC do ing fully restored every man in working was mine the tia 3ti Vfait Tl 3 ojJt FnccAfuf nl rrmAiiv fnr A WILKES SMITH with safety lamps on Near the foot of NervGUS DeDiii Vital Weakness J tbo shaft a gang of six men were at uid Protration r in om wurt or other can IBC DENTAL SURGEON l or vial per i1 Urr PL work The air at this point was espec- Â¬ tpanl o t UJia DmRMmmm e iutoX Kentucky Ruhmokd - U tlcaUMiBirecJssU ially bad and tho mon had been cau- Â¬ tioned on no account to light their nak- Â¬ nrtlee Snillli Roll line Main Street Office M M to ins l lm I met lot- - limited liw dentistry or X-l ALLIM CORDSBKOKEN ed lampsFord uncover their safety lamps George was at work close to tho MOlCU AN D D JS foot of the shaft and a few yards from With the clianije of time taking efiect May i8 1S90 him Isaac Jones was at work Ford rehCUMOXD KENTUChl marked to Jones that there was much Solid gas about as his safety lamp was A full of flame Multi Street over Madison National short OK THE time after this his lamp grew bo hot on account of the flame in- yELBY W BUBG1N side that it broke open the bottom fall- ing out in an instant there was a vio- Â¬ DENTIST lent explosion and a body of flame Kexticky V HMIMI Will lie fcchcilult d so is to pro Me the best smoke and dust rushed up the shaft urri t Over Palace Dry liils store on The men at work were thrown from their and uickest service ever offered street formerly oecapiexl bj Ir Ke 46- feet but fortunately the flame did not between the Irrson go in their direction and all eseaped Wi KKKD I D 8without serious injury except Isaac 0 Jones lie was very badly burned and KIRKS I IlLE Ford was instantly killed his body when found being horribly burned and Kverjrtliing nrtii e lit Klniiell resilience mangled For three hours the men re Â¬ 17 iiiiiiiL lot ie profession mained at the foot of the shaft in tho Southwestern Limited dark before a carriage could o lHYSK TANS lowered to them the shaft being partially blocked with broken timbers M IMYNTZ The finest train in Anatrici equipped with Communication was had with the sur- Â¬ an Elegant Dining car Service rtUM face by means of sjicaking tubes Tho a a s i ci daily between eNplosion was plainly felt on the sur Run fM Kexiukv St Louis Cincinnati laee and the rush of smoko and dust up the shaft also told what had happened Street next to Whites Drue ollre- A great crowd gathered around the shaft New York Boston and the wildest alarm prevailed for some time until it was known that all W KYANS MD vi Tin the men below except Ford and Jones were safe Hoth men have families SIC AX AXD SURGEOX Kfktkky RiuiMusn PROGRESS OF THE SOUTH Landing passengers at Grand Central Sta xlfflcc Neeotiil Slreet tion in the heart of New Voik City from Iopulition Increase- - Over Three Millions which point street cirs and elevated rail ami a Half in Ten Years and Every roads can betaken to anv part of theeitv tt T TAYLOR Thing Itooms No change of cars to Boston The South John A Baatbletoa A os Weekly Practitioner In Medi ine and Surgery western Limited make direct connection Circular of Baltimore s akingof the w ith through Kintuky in Lnion Depotssouthern cities trains from industrial prosperity of the South says Richmond all western and The population of the fourteen fTlce Hecond Slreet oer I kct Grocery was Absolutely no Ferry Transfer Southern I8M Mates in i Btoie M183S3ti and in 169 19s04o00 In The most coinpli tc Vestibuled ltsO the total output of pig iron wasri0 JOHN M POSTER Trams on the Ameiicau Continent run 45C tons and in lbiO 1780 MS tons Of daily between pn si the thirty six iron furnaces now under ia a construction in tho Inited States CHICAGO Kknticky CINCINNATI RICHMOND twenty five are in the South During irfnce- - MhIii Strict ii xl door to Luzons the jiast ti r years 1100 miles of new Ask for mMnMd cor Mum and IWd TICKETS VtitiAvenue an railroads 3- Cieek BIGFOUR ROUTE of 100 per were contracted the increase cent and during -- via the- past six months of tho present year the South M I D B MARTIN VJ SEXSMiril contributed fifty eight per cent of tho Genl Passenger Agent new mileage X A XO S I StGBOPT rSICIA G Mi kray TralVc Manager Oscar 1 1 ALL KtMIVKY WllIlK The Wyoming Election CINCINNATI OHIO Complete returns have not reached nVrlils profi vsioiial ervlees to Hie pulCheyenne Wyo from any of tho counties of the State and it will require sev- Â¬ eral days before correct estimates can bo K S M LETOUER made The Mormon vote of Initah County has gone solidly for the Bepub SURGEON licans giing the State ticket over six Kkniccky RllllMiMl The Republicans hundred majority now claim tbo State by two thousand RICHMOND KY KiilMIng Main majority The Democrats concede it by tYvelve hundred The liepublicans carW BRIGUT M D ry the Legislature and will have a work- Â¬ ing majority in both branches PHrSIClA X A X SURGBON - rroRXEi A T LA IP iml 690 Pace nook on Treatment of Animals and Chart Beat Free p j FeYerConsest1onliiflnmmat Ion A A Spinal tleuinsltia Milk Krior lllt Slrnln laupui si Rheunifiltnm Disicnipcr Nasal Ulschargcs t 1 ltei- - or riib Worms KE nnitb llravin Pneumonia Callr or riea lleirihe FF Miscarriage Hemorrhages 4 11 H I rlBsrj nud Kidney XMseases 1 Rrspitve Diseases Mange Diseases Disestioa JK Dottle tover SCofdosraX - Pnralysls Single CO Stable Case i with HI icelflcs Manual un TotcruuM ami Mcdlcator S700 Jar Veterinary Cure Oil Prepaid 100 Sold by Drccgits or Sent anywherj aad in any quantity on Receipt of Price Humphreys Hericins Co 109 F jitrn St W Y 1 AWD POTJLTHT HITMPSESrS E8 Vll 1 J- The Maryland Law School has deter- Â¬ mined that it will admit no more colored student Last year two colored students Cummings and Johnson tho first who ever attended lectures there were griduated with high honors Their presence at tho school caused a consider- Â¬ able amount of friction among tho white students and the faculty but there was no positive action taken to or admission refuse them to continuanco forbid their after they entered After their gradua- Â¬ tion two more colored students W Ash bio Hawkins and John L Dozier ap-Â¬ plied for admission and were received They have beon at the university ono year and have been notified by Mr John P Poe on the part of the Regents that they can not return Hawkins states that one reason originally given for tho objection to his return was that his record in his studies was not such as to justify his retention but that ho failed in only one subject out of six Tho other reason which was subsequently givn as the principal one was that tho white students of the law medical and Another bloody feud has broken out s s s A 9U1C WIFTS SPECIFIC FOR renovating tk entire system eliminating all Poisons from the Blood whether of scrofulous or malarial origin this prep- jlUlll IT - BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from th tral Kentuck East West and South aration has Ho equal Htttcra eating sore on I was treated by test local fhysn tans cut obtained no relief the sort gradually grew worse I finally took S S and was entirely turtd after using a fete tcitteif C B McLxMOaa Henderson Tex mantis Fr eighteen my tonguet had an FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington Srhrenle SOCTH BOiNU Cincinnati I rBWt Nay ltd UN Ive Arr Arr Lve I lv lve I loellinil nil vingto Ivi- - t TREATISK Tme on Blood and Skin swikt sractrtc fr I Atlanta j Arr rr rr Arr rr Arr NORTH Lve nl 1 RUFF w rcw lv I Â¬ The Vestibule Trains Big Four Route EAST WEST dental departments of the university sent a petition to tho faculty protesting against the admission of any colored student to the law school and Mr Poo says that there had been considerable opposition on the part of the white stu dents and the board of regents conclud ed that it would bo unwise to endanger the school or jeopardise its interests In BolNI hssun 8 Kx j fo vSPsiLr I n ingston lve ller - v a m I Lve Lull Arr fVe Ie lllgtxli X j Vrr u fcee - ami -- m m kex n cxr - NORTH SOUTH T8 any way by any longer allow ing colored students to attend tho school A number of students had loft tho school and others had refused to en- Â¬ ter because of tho prosenco of tho two colored men and the school was contin- Â¬ ually liable to those losses so long as that stato of affairs lasted That was tho chief consideration influencing the action of the Regents and in view of their exceedingly low record they did not feel it incumbent on them to forco an issue on their account Lve Lve i BARRUNDIAS MURDER JK F is x xn crgeon 3- Gfeti kkUWLE Â¬ J 1K rsic x xn ugeon - MADISON Â¬ nirsciAX and li M11I Works Offlce--Siiilt- Â¬ Richmond Sin Offlr of the liiimaii Isxly Kknticky B clieuiieil ml iillililliiii In Sioiili tlell xhiiiiiihuoiis I on Main SI reel roseiiplenl smil I ol tissues mid tl ill Is B C Kiuimomi moe IlMlKiN I Homfopjthic Physician and Sargeon - Ei9ta Elected President A dispatch from Salvador announces that General Ezeta has been elected President with only one dissenting vote Cireat enthusiasm prevails It is rumored that there is danger of war between Honduras and Nicaragua All Humanity Walts Â¬ Kknticky Mj tsm in rift in Sneinil attenlmn inl all ditlt of uoineti Cvhii to i Is in ihil al a dis i cult rlmiiiilii tance and llonn oillliic Inc t lies- sent to i - oer M Itrilits Hours to anv adliem Dr Koch the German physician who claims that he has discovered a method of curing consumption by inoculation is about to commence experiments on human patients who are suffering from liS KNNINCJS I - cV GIBSON Every--Character tuberculosis Physiciaas aad Sargeaaa Richmond fttitM at ore KtvmKV 51 Ofnee Main Mrc over AalUce and grade of Monumental Work fiom the smallest stone to the most lines itl AtK AUITZ HfrSC X AXOSCttdEON Richmond W GOLW A MONUMENT STATUARY Ice South of the Azores Captain Wishart of tho Itritisb steam- Â¬ ship Toledo on his arrival at Philadel Â¬ phia reported passing a largo iceberg south of the Azores 480 miles further south than drift ice was e or before reÂ¬ ported Swiss Revolt Over - - Kentucky OK MOST ELAUOKATE Main Slreet Uarnam OmeeHn It tlienaiilt Kiillltnu tip stalra lfl 2h- - J M BLACK Our prices couivtc with eitv bouses De igns furnished on application Tho troops have been well received by tbo revolutionists It has been agreed that the question of the revision of the con- Â¬ stitution be submitted to a popular vote Cholera Spreading in Spain The Swiss revolt has collapsed PHTSICIAX AXD SURGEON Rkd HorsK Kv Imported and sec me Native Marble and GRANITE always on hand HAS HOOKER I ETEHIXART SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Veterinary OFFICE Next tears Climax ofllce llnghum building Richmond Kv Thero were thirty ono new cases of cholera anil twenty deaths from tho A numlier disease in Valencia Friday of suspicious eases have been reported in Castollon and Vallecas near Madrid Furnish ns Fannin With Seed A dispatch from Oklahoma City says The Santa le distriouted seven carloads it grain to the farmers of Oklahoma Territory forseed taking twelve months notes in payment of it Peaca at South impton At a conference of Use Southampton strikers Thursday evening it was decided to return to work on the conccs ion offered a fortnight a ro - A D FLORA Proprietor Dentistry i nd sterility a H cialty Dll- H- - CitjLotsforSale For Sale or Hent I Â¬ I have a few lots on Fiflli Street i deaire to aell or rent privately lite reiy for smU Tliexe lots are Snow in Nita DiXia large taoatorv fully located on I1iel1 and griilly n -Snow began btllia at Ardoek N D by ev lug ground and ate con idered early Friday morning and now lies four erylxxlv as being lie best looaied ol ncbes deep on the ground Threshing In Ellia any in the eitv for rscidsKtOM HliUMied on a kmI corner Persons who iWi to build nice houses is delayed at least a wet ton Ky known as iln I will do well to examine these lot A Large C tton Crop H H t OLYKlt t will only place a few on Ihe market ut There are indica ions of a large cot present J Imve n plot of the ground kin crop The Eweraa of condition la at Dr Poynze office aigher than fer several years ilantirs are in fine spi- T S BRONSTON- - STORE HOUSE Hen lt pn-i-er-- I JESSE COBB Selling Slave In German Territorr J A G WILLIAMSON A CITY KNfilM Civil Engineer and Surveyor --i dam bv Tuttle horse he by Estili ire of dam ot Georgette HH1V4 and 3eil Vara itS Second dam Lucy by Younjj Daw Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip 4U1 dam by Traveller All care will he taken to prevent acci dents or escapes but will not be responsible should any occur Tw Lien reserved on the colt for the service fee al Ra 40- - Surveys made for Railways TurnEstimate iven c the pikes RoadwaysTown This Fine Saddle Stallion will make bsW ff Farm drainage season of 1890 at the Fair Grounds Richmond Ky at GENERAL LAND BURVBY8 Lines rtreeil Kpeeiml attention given to topogKfCi al m MW attl plats of 15 10 INSURE 1 COU 01 reepowj fauns and oilier laiiN tb parties interested hands high ence solicited lands in mountain coiin is JESSE COBB 15X survey- of at color 4 years old weighs close W In f Kentucky 1200 pounds fine action and is a BfcjrOiVue Ciiy Hal Richmond Ky saddle horse Is bv Mark Diamond tst - The open pur- Â¬ from Zanzibar says chase and sale of slaves is permitted in German territory It is reported that twenty thousand Wanuamesi have ar-Â¬ No rived at Itagamoyo in consequence efficient step3 have been taken to stop the traffic the Money Market Secretary Windom announces through tho Associated Press that to relieve tho money market bo will receive proposals for tho sale of Slo000000 of fours and prepay nine months interest on cur- rency To Relieve dispatch to tho London Standard Bank Stock for Sale on Nation j Su Kcay bMt His Reason Henry Dipper farmer and ex County of Bartholomew County Com Ind suddenly lost his reason while visiting in Coinmbna Ind Sunday 11 CHARLES E CULVER CO 3 IRUTCHER Agt i avmjrt Ky Charles J ungermau city enfsvnf er ot and killed by of Newport K iy Nowport reporter ol Thou Covington Commonwealth Sunday Murder tu 1 Statement of the Captain of the American steamship Acapulro According to advices received at tho City of Mexico of the shooting of ien eral llarrunilia on board the American steamship Acaprlco at St Joso do OuatO mala Captain Pitts of the Acapulcd has made a declaration which the Guate- Â¬ malan authorities claim complete- Â¬ ly justifies their action Mr Mizneri KILLED HIS FATHER tho American Minister the authorities A Boy Defends Ills Mother From a itrutal say was consulted as an act of Assault courtesy only Tho dispatches abovfl At Griffin Ga Saturday night Handy mentioned furthor say that when Moore had his head split open by his Captain Toriello and Captain eigh son James and died Pitts read to llarrunda the order for his Sunday morning Tho mother of tho delivery to tho Guatemalan authorities For some timo my lifo llarrumlia asked permission to chango fratricide said has been in danger Often I have had his clothes which was granted Turnto leave my house and stay for sov ing away Rarrundia suddenly grasped eral days with the neighbors to keep two revolvers and fired on Torillo Pitts my husband from killing me Ho and tho policeman who in return fired began to abuse me cursing mo and on llarrundia killing him Captain drawing his knife ho started at me say- Â¬ Pitts had taken the precaution of order- Â¬ ing I will cut your entrails out I ing the passengers to withdraw Other jumped out of his way when my son wise omo of them would have undoubthallooed to me to get out of tho way edly been hit by the bullets from liar He turned upon my son who struck him rundias pistols with the axe Neither of us know for DISASTROUS WRECK seme timo that ho had been killed as we wen afraid togo back into tho house FrleRht Trains Collide on the New York Central Several Lives Lost where he was No trains had arrived at Albany N Death Invades an Excursion Party Y from New York since 730 One of tho saddest railroad accidents Thursday night owing to a dis- Â¬ that have happened in the Black Hills astrous wreck at Scheidack six- Â¬ country occurred Saturday on tho new teen miles below Albany on the New narrow guage which has just beon com Â¬ York Central railroad The railroad pleted between Piedmont and Lead authorities say that an extra freight City Tho Masons of Deadwood and train collided with a regular freight Lead City to show their appreciation of train owing to a misplaced switch and the advent of a railroad into their cities a few frieght cars left the track It has planned an excursion over the Black been learned from other sources how- Â¬ Hills and Ft Pierre The train wasmado ever that the wreck is very disastrous up of two coaches and a number of flat two engines ten cars and a caboose be cars with seats arranged to accommo- Â¬ ing piled up so as to cover tho passencrir About 200 Masons and tracks as well as tho freight tracks date passengers their families went to make up the ex- Â¬ Tw engineers a fireman and a brake cursion party As tho train was passing man are killed and threo others aro a point near Elk creek twenty eight wounded miles from Deadwood a large pine tree Afraid to Tray which had caught fire from a passing The New Minister Do you mean to engine fell striking the last car which was packed with human freight killing say madam that you fear to pray Old Lady Yes I know tho prayers two people and wounding seven will be answered of course but theyre not always answered with discrimina- Â¬ Child Burned to Death For years and years my husband O 10 oclock tion At Columbus irove at Sunday morning tho clothing of tho had to get up before daylight in order daughter of Henry Mooro to reach his work on time and the long caught fire from a stove during tho slow rides in street cars were injuring temiiorary absence of her parents burn his health Well I prayed that ho ing all off but the left arm of her night might bo relieved of this great troublo dress crisping her body from head to and danger and In six months a great foot one ear dropping off After terri big ugly elevated railroad was run up our street and I havent socn a ray of ble suffering she died in five hours sunshine since Lifo Kentucky Remus to License Lotteries Mature Deliberation Major D W Sanders for tho Frank- Â¬ Friend I understand you are going to fort Lottery and the Henry County Lot- Â¬ tery Saturday offered 3000 to Stato stop publishing your Sunday edition bc Auditor Norman for a licenso for ono auso you are convinced that tho relig Â¬ year for the two lotteries Tho money ious sentiment of the times demands it Editor Yes sir was refused and Attorney General Har- Â¬ Friend Is this tho result of a sudden din was asked for an opinion under tho hange of thought on the part of tho law of 1890 abolishing lotteries proprietors One Killed and Fifteen Iujured Editor Oh dear no we have boon The through Kinsas City Express of pleven years making up our minds tho Missouri Pacific railway which left Puck St Louis at 9 oclock Saturday night It lias Ka ielied the West switch Jlencoe was wrecked at Editor of Arizona Kicker looking about twenty seven miles west of St I wish I had that fel Â¬ Louis One passenger was killed and aver ome copy low within range of my old six shootor fifteen injured four fatally What fel- Â¬ New Reporter nervously low Swung From a Limb Editor Tho man who sprung that At Amory Miss Stove Crump and oeorgo Iloalter both colored wero French book on us Cant you write up Thursday convicted of rape on the per- - n account of a dog fight or a lynching sons of Mrs Callahan aired 65 and Miss party without calling it a Pastel in Light Hathaway The prisoners were turned Prose over to tho sheriff who started with An Exception them to jail whero they were to await I read the other day that Byron was On tho way a mob of 200 un- Â¬ sentence said Cbolly That just club footod masked men forced him to give up tho shows that physical infirmities do not prisoners and tho mob soon swung them conflict with genius from tho limb of a tree near by unless ono said his friend No Munsoys happens to be a block head Unfortunate Girls Remedy Miss Emma Treed a young lady less Weekly than seventeen years of ago died at A Skeleton in Ihe Closet Fannington la Thursday afternoon Yes facetiously remarked the clerk from tho effects of poison administered In the presidents office while making by her own hand She had boon botrayed this is our pass time an annual and was advised that if she would soak Alas murmured tho haggard-lookin- g some matches in boiling water and drink back of every worldly stockholder the fluid she would bo all right This pleasure there Is a dead head Puck she did with the above result for a Copper He Wasnt Dalit Tillman Nominated for Governor Neighbor What would you like to The following ticket was nominatod by the South Carolina Democratic Con- Â¬ bo Johnny Policeman vention at an early hour Thursday morn Â¬ Neighbor You would never do for ing Governor II R Tillman of Edge Â¬ that Whenever there is a flght you are field Lioutenant Governor E B Gary Texas Sittings of Abbeyvillo Secretary of State T E always around TindalL of Claredon Treasurer W T Returning fr m the Plcale C Bates of Orangeburg Attorney-GenerEthel There is Jack sitting on tho Y J Pope of New Berry other side of the boat Docsnt bo look tired Cholera Ravaging Vadlvostock Maud Yes have you been talking to The Cologne Gazette says that the Tho Continent Russian Squadron has been compelled him to day to quit Vladivostock owing to the prev- Â¬ lie Knew by Experience alence of cholera which is now creating Wife I bear that Cumso is rich now havoc in that ciy that he has feathered his nest First Snow of the Season Husband thinking of the milliners Signal Service Observer Lyons at St bill Well if he paid for tho feathers Paul says snow was reported Thursday ho wouldnt be rich Munseys Weekly morning from Ft Asslnaboine Mont A Tlma ror All Things It is the first now of the soason in the United States She Isnt it about time Dick that m we broke our engagement American Fork He Why is it The Gironde Council General has sent She Because ewry ono has stopped a resolution to tho French Government talkiug about it Munseys Weekly demanding the early repeal of tho law prohibiting importation of American Robert Ray Hamlltan Drowned salted pork Robert Ray Hamilton of Now York A Revolt in Switzerland whose domestic troi Lies caused a sensa A revolution has broken out in the tion a year ago was drowned in YellowCanton of Tincino owing to a difference stone Iark while or a hunting trip of opinion regarding the revision of the Constitution Three mombers of tho German Rsprlsal Unsafe Cantonal government have been impris Â¬ The Minister of Commerce has in Â¬ Â¬ oned ono has boon killed with a revolv- formed a deputation of Kheinish manuer and tho others have fled Tho Fed Â¬ facturers that the reprisals proposed by eral Government has sent two battal Â¬ them for the McKinley bill could not be lafoly do ions to the scene teen-year-ol- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ld Â¬ al Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Is wanted for swindling a man out of 5000 by the bunko gamo at Jessamine has been ar rested at London Ont He refused to return to Kentucky without extradition proceedings being taken SKrnKrvnT Proctor has decided to chango the name of the new military DEALER IN post at Newport from Fort Crook to Fort Thomas Policeman Gfo Coovfrt was fatally Watches Clmtkm Jewelry Silver am shot at Pineville by Rill Goodln Tiik following fourth class postmas Plated wan etc Siieeial ters were appointed a few days ago J M Chapman Gallup Lawrence County attention given to R- - S Pool Gracey Christian County B E Willis Kenton Kenton County Tiik State Sinking Fund Commission- Â¬ DIAMONDS ers havo paroled lleftry Keen who in 1890 murdered I T Avery near Middle Keen was sen town Jefferson County AND OTHER PUKCIOl S STONFS tenced for life Tiik city council of Covington the other night voted themselves salaries Tho of 300 a year for their services compensation heretofore has been only Promptly done ami in a workmanlike nominal manner At OwerisboHo a littlo son of County Jtid i J B Karns died of burns received from having his cloth- Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver in catch fire The child with several others was playing around some btirhlhg Dont forget the place next dooi trash when his dress caught fire and l Hie Piwt onlee Hlcliuniid Ky burned it severely before it could be 3D- torn off The burns resulting fatally were principally about the middle of the Â¬ Flemmings partner Waitfu Haynfs who MAYs ILLF BRANCH NORTHBOUND t HTCHUERJEIEIER -- rr Ill Ml M l XIIU - lihiioi I snlTll BnlNIl lve Vrr M No It No - Â¬ - Mlller blllg I I - FETTINQ - - 7 ml all si N and Kin 11 Rim Sin ii Chilian N- REPAIRING I Kaliiioiltb Tail p in No 7 Lea s y i I 111 ld will lepot tietween J iui Inly l t TRAIN V Lralmxi No I lMtiatl 7 V 7 s mi in w Nns ler for z and lnis on IMPORTANT Trail body ed a full a 71 Â¬ TJ The Citizens Association has nominatticket for tho municipal elec tion in October Their organization is formidable one anddraws from Demo well-to-d- Â¬ 1 trats and Republicans alike They havo a reform platform IIiMti HfTciiiNsoy a er living near Eddyville from a cart and killed Mm BoMCbT L o i j to m lit g - neeliH10 Ujelll Tllrmvili anv s Par rail p i I any f 3 5 o a W L Ml s farm- Â¬ 2 d --r a 2 5 c K II MiHISK II K III VrlNPiN r 11 iak was thrown In galls presented a petition from citizens of Missouri asklmc for the passage of the Federal elections liilL Many petitions were presented for and against th teaaaga of the compound lard bill At the suggestion of Mr Edmunds it was agreed that one hour be given each day after the routine morning business to bills on Ihe eal ndar unobjected to Mr Quay gave notice that to morrow after reading the jourwould ask the Senate to consider the nal he resolutions In respect to the memory of Mr Samuel J Randall Tho hour assigned to the 12 Washington Sept Snate Mr calendar having elapsed the conference report on the railroad land forfeiture bill was takca up and without concluding debate the Senate went Into executive session and soon adjourned noess No quorum being present the House adjourned without transacting any business Washington Sept 11 Senate The day was devoted to eulogies of the late Represen tative Samuel J Randall House Tho Ways and Means Committee this morning began the formal consideration of the Senate amendments to the tariff bill and By noon when an made excellent progress adjournment was had all of the dutiable upon schedules had been acted yet to be conleaving the free 1st In the case of each amendment non sidered concurrence was recommended Where a reduction la existln duties was proposed In an amendment the Domocratio members moved concurrence but otherwise they contented themselves with a slmplo negative viva voce vote on each proposition The journals of Tuesday Wedn sday Thursday and Friday were approved The House then p id its last trib- Â¬ ute to the late Senator James B Beck In eulo- Â¬ gies N ows Items Â¬ Â¬ CmcAGO is to have a company with five millions capital its object being to aid corporations in ptacing stock on the market Tin Secretary of the Treasury has issued a circular notice that the interest April and July maturing January 1 Â¬ 1 1 registered and coupon bonds of loan of 1107 will bo tho prepaid without relato and that bonJs maturing on those dates will bo paid on and on October 1 IS presentation as though matured Tho circular goes into effect September 10 1S90 and continues iu force until Octo- Â¬ ber 1 1890 CoLONKL Willi IIKIli km he will not accept tho position of First Assistant rostmaster iieneral if it la tendored him RiirtMii ns ol tho li fih Tennessee icl have nominated CongressIon P C Smith cm 1VI1 on tfour-pcr-ce- nt Stout of Versailles passed an examination before Justice Wm H Holt and Justices Pryor and Bennett of the Court of Appeals and has been admitted to practice in the courts of the State Jons F McEiuath died in Mayfleld tho other day from an overdose of mor- Â¬ phine administered the nigbt before with suicidal intent The suicide was aged forty eight years a native of Marshall County and highly connected Ue left a family and an aged father Mattiikv Hoik Clay who forged his grandfathers name to notes aggregat ing over one hundred thousand dollars and then departed suddenly returned to his home in Paris the other day and was arrested by the order of tho sheriff He was arrested on a of Clark Ccunty warrant issued to the Clark County banks which were caught for 865000 A noLD robbery took place the other day on a Cincinnati Southern train bo- Tho tween Lexington and Danville circumstances as related by a passenger While the train was in aro as follows motion going thirty milos an hour be-tween Lexington and Nlcholasvilln a well dressed man who was standing near the rear door of the ladies carapproach eda gentleman nearby and asked that he would change a twenty dollar bill for four fives as he desired to send the twenty dollar bill off in a letter The gentleman approached took a twenty dollar note from his lnsido handed and pocket it to the stranger expecting tho four five dollar bills which the stranger held In his hand in roturn but be was disappointed for the stranger having so cured the twenty dollars rushed out the rear door of the car and escaped from the fast moving train soon disappearing from sight Judging from appearances the thief was not hurt by the jump Tho accommodating stranger was crest-falle- n The name of the robbed man could not lie learned Work is pushing rapidly on the now Union station of the Louisville and at Tenth and Broadway Nashville Louisville and the depot promises to be the handsomest perhaps in the South The population of the city of Louis ville is given as 161005 an increase ot 87247 in ten years At a special term of tho criminal court at Covington tho proprietors of tbo several pool rooms in the city plead Â¬ ed guilty to tho indictments recently found against them by tho grand jury Judge Perkins fixed their fine at SVMW and costs each Mark Simonton Colonel Sharp and Enright of Louisville are Tho lino is regarded as tho sufferers remarkably light and as the pool room men only have to go through the pro- Â¬ cess three times a year and havo no license to pay they are entirely satiaÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 5 hat we 1llliill nml IMC S a - r Doaelas aas P A nTTfiM wLAUllUn warranted and every eatr Mumped en - ha In name and rlce aotlem 3 1 1 I S S n 1 1 MijjiKr mmmk - 13 r J O 3 W 3 L DOUGLAS 1 I t r 3 IT v sT CD 7 -- i a CCMTLEMBN Fine Calf ana Laced Waierarnef lraln cannot be b tter shown than iy i iecant anl teoo a mmmts Itxir Shoe SHOE fell 1400 Ma 3 O so C fc O a o - co 3 x T ts reeeai a Iit tae n most faorblva Trrir ax a aad 32SHOESlafo13 dn- ne -- sit and so ar Welt Is the lone at a aamnmr price Pelleemans Hhae k etc for railroad dps farmer All made la Congress lnttoa saw 11 tor tTl- - tnarodnred I o tr S CD ttwae lo aay shoes anid atami tf purrs be ranaot aapplyvoa Ask roar Dealer to factory rnrhaUsf advertised Drtoe dnrt fit oftltT IllUlkH Mll W I DOIULAS Brecktaa 1 n Sold by Jack Freeman ANTEH II CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Â¬ C T WELLS r B CARK 0 T WELLS CO TheOnlv Coal Yard in Town Only a stiare from the Oxirt hflane You dont have to aeud a v out lo the depot CoI DeliTBPed w Par Tcwn Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lamp Coal Now open at Myers old lumber yard next to fsVcond Presbyterian church Thousands of dollars worth ol QiiieKet delivery iu town Lowest chickens die every year from Chol- prteea Try us era It is more fatal to chickens than 17- 0 T wTtLLS Jt CO all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a ITac ao sr at Torjjya trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guarMa anteed If after using two thirds of jMMilp tIi a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly M MNVtwM forma ofPRIVATTE satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ItAlAi U IS-Cholera return it to the undersigned ajtxt Japetamtrr Spermatorrhea and your monev will be refunded m aa a wmti oi l mpi mmttl Ik lull Â¬ ted Why Cmsdn Killed the Mrs Tangle putting her head out ot tbo window Whos that knocking at tho door neres ycr ice lady Man below ten cent piece Mrs Tanglo All right Just pass it through tho keyhole please to save me tho troublo of coming down stairs Slrlnc It Up J An Mrs Cronln Arraffh fagballah phot hov yez done Cronin Oi says out load t mesilf phin Cronin ynre Oi put down th sped th chrazy fool an so sev me he re Dated it afther me Oim dead shtuck an parrita but Oi cant shtand mockln- hiir-r-r- DR RICE m m - 1uca AiM--f- JtKMaUj l gll M Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Baking Important Notice KCfttU m Powder ASOUTCLY PURE STOCKTON BROOKS ssy Hi T art liKlaniiiS 7rT m nmcMMaii Fmiii iiimnmemjxT Mtlt alir ma SYPHILIS - mmaxm S Almtim GLEEr ml W fcri jfi f Debts due McKee k Traynor for the nervier of stallions serving iu ires in ls 7 1888 lssii and 1890 inu t tie All rrsree paid to Owen KeKe farmed in 1889 by McKee 4 Traynor having colts living at weaning lime will he paid for by Owen McKer owner of the colt April 141891 44- OWEN McKElf to --JTtalm atesa iiy ima j- at ttdjrinay PJfxlHiMaxxlt pmTvmail tmt s uu 4 JU un aaaartais Of Curtii Guarajto4M la tx n CSrm Tttl ft W trntHMTrt aMVxW- - mm fee mm jmi re OMtwotw mm iwant tfci ttekar k - m ikj all tetott Cases vVJslisM private counselor I fW MMM Irw AtV mr asm THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON PTTBUMIKB BVEKY - IIMSDT S Emit BY Tho Climax Printing WmG White Chas Co Powell THICE PER TEAR 9150 171890 Democratic Ticket FOB CO JAMES B M CREARY Election in November Tlie way ti defeat the force bill is to elect a large IVniocratic majority t th SUPPRESSING THE BALLOT tornados through forests Wisconsin con siderably exceeds the number in any other State Tlie width of the tornados path of distraction ranges from 10 to 10 660 feet the average being 1389 feet The length of the track varies from 300 yards to altout 200 miles the average number being 2AlV miles As regards protection to life in case of a tornado its aaecessful accomplishment depends on the position and surroundings of the ob server The south side of the tornados path is the dangerous side the north the safe one If the cloud is moving to the northeast the line of escape is to the In a building avoid a north- Â¬ northwest east room in a north east corner an east room or an east wall Frame buildings are safer than those of brick or stone when refuge is taken in a cellar and caves of refuge are safest of all IN next Home REEDS DISTRICT Mr D T Oiestvit late of Kirksville Maaliwui nmntv Iimk lieen nominated ngref on tlie Prohibition ticket in the Somen district A mmb man It trict it tilewnt to have good t hinge said Â¬ t ongrewiiiian outride of his disThe Beattyville Enterprise nays Jae B MeCrearv hat lieen again Btaainateri for Congress in hie district and will doubtless be re elected He baa always lieen a friend to everything tend y improve and develop eastern We BBBS hin majority will le larger than ever He deserve it for his faithfnl honest and effective work for hia arty his dirtrieet and his State Ixmt onr ln Ken-tin-Ic- Ml ton The tonstitutional Convention was o eanizcd by the election of Hon C M Clay Jr of Boarln President Mr of Senator John l Clay is a a Harris ami BBBBCB of tien Cassias M Clay and was elected on the second bal Ilie other officers ar Col Thomas BaaBBBT i Capt James Marapt BBB Tyler tin Asst Secretary son-in-lo- rrv int-at-- Â¬ lie DBBBBBBBr Hon tirtis F Burnam iitroduvd the first resolution affecting tlie Constitution and tliat was to erase the slaverv clans sM Mt DEMUTKATIC IHMTRINE The National Itemoerat published at ngton City is ably edited and Dnaorratic to the core We arc glad to read in its announcement ot last issue the following Hue eir ago tliis week the first nnmtier of the National DeiiKHTat iiblished Our hundred thousand copies were sent out as samples to in al Jiarts of the Cnited States Withal a meek from the date of the first mate we reeeived nearly 1IuUbuI wcirb uring the vear that has elapsed no day has passed without a substantial addition to onr snliscription list To lay the National iMnocrat ln gins it eiiml year of puiilication with a circti lation approaching KWI0 ami with agen- Â¬ cies at wirk which render a circulation of lml00 in the near future a eertain BBEB in brief is the history of the National Itemoerat during the first year of its existence We may add that in no week of the vear ha the circulation of the National Iletnocrat fallen below LO 000 anil that the actual average circulation has been over JOntKi copies a week for the whole year It is also a pleasure far OS to say that our circulation is a tlioroughly national one The returns from our snliscription deartment show that we have added names to our lists from over thirty States and Territories of the Inion during even one of the fifty two weeks of the year It is literally true tliat our friends are everywhere Our welcome is the same in Maine and in Florida in New York and in Texas in Illinois ami in California In every Nate and Territory the intelligent ami enthusiastic JVmocraey has recognised in the National Democrat a journal long needed at the seat of tiovernment and an indispensable instrumentality ju educating the people Â¬ Â¬ nWTECTlOX AIJAINST TOKNAIMIES Iieut John P Finley has written an article for the September Forum explain ing the origin of cyclone which are storms covering a large area and of tor nadoes tliat gather their strength from a particular portion of the cyclone the cyclone U ing the typical general storm and the tornado the typical local storm and the culmination of the most abnor mal heat and vapor changes in the at mosphere All cyclones agree in the two great features with a variable draught and an upward and outward circulation of the higher currents the circulation of air tending spirally to the The centre tornado is the out growth of the cyclone affected by local conditions Cyclones usually enter this country from the North Pacific coast Oregon and Washington North Dako ta and tlie Julf BBBft From these quar ter they approach with peculiar cliar acieristicK Those entering the eon n try r North Dakota are most frequently attended by tornadoes To understand the relation of tlie tornado to the cy clone we must consider the cvclotie dis turbance as divided into four parts by t lines at right angles one running north and south the other east and wet The northeast quadrant or section is distinguished by great humidity high winds and in the southern jortions heavy cloud formations Tlie southeast quadrant contains the maximum of heat and moisture It is the region of all classes of local storms -- especially of the undo The circulation of air in the lone is aach as always to make tlie tithes quadrant the recipient of heat and mowtrylri which are the tood of the cvione and without which it would soon dissipate The most violent dis Â¬ turbance of the atmosphere equilibrium being in the southeast quadrant and within a limited area the contripetal force becomes much greater and the for saotfon of the tornado ensaes The gyra tions are extremely rapid and very near the centre where the violence is greatest tlie first visible effect of the com ins tonn is Uie appearance in the west and northwest of a heavy portentous bank of efosMls followed suddenly by a violent commotion on the face of the deans black mans and by the rushing of adja Â¬ cent clouds toward the centre of the disturbance especially from the southeast east and northeast Tornadoes always sear in the santhusst quadrant of a low ressnre area and at distances generally of from three hundred to five hundred miles from tin- - centre of the cyclone The progressive motion tornadoes is to northeast and the region of country lying on the average about 350 miles to the south and east of the centre of tlie era storm is the region within lib tornadoes may be exiected The tornado season indades the months from March to September bat their greatest fresiaeacT is in Anril Mar June n July The State in vliri ih v nawaanajaak number of tornadoet has occurred is Missouri followed next bv Kansas and Georgia Of windfalls or p K of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ti Sjieaker Reed who pretends to Ik solicitous that no voters in the South should lie suppressed is engaged through his friends in an effort to sup press more than 500 votes in the city of Biddeford in his own district He wants them suppressed so tliat he can conic back to Congress There are in Biddeford 14 ersons who happened to lie Democrats who were naturalised by the city court Tlie Federal law provides that naturali7ation papers may be issued by courts of the following description A circuit or district court of the Cnited States or a district or supreme court of the territories or a court of record of any of the States having common law jurisdiction and a seal and a clerk The act cre- Â¬ ating the city court of Biddeford de Â¬ clares it to aa a court of record with a seal and further declares that the judge shall keep a record of the proceedings and may apioint a recorder whose duty it shall lie to record all pioceedings lie fore required by the judge It is also a court of common law jurisdiction This court therefore has the jurisdiction the records and the means of authenticating BBBBW required by the Federal of a court that issues naturalization papers It has therefore every qualification for the naturalization of citizens except one which is purelv verbal it has no clerk so called hut a recorder Thereeorder performs all the duties of a clerk of court and is appointed for that express purpose He is a clerk as really and truly as a certain criminal magis trate in New York City who is called a recorder is a judge just as really and truly as another judicial officer in New York is a proliate judge although locally known as a surrogate But Biddeford has a Democratic majority and the Republicans want to sujh press these il4 naturalized iH iinvralic voters They therefore arranged a col- Â¬ lusive cas in which there would lie no substantial defense made presented it to Republican judges and secured a decision that because the clerk of the Bidde ford citv court was called recorder in of a clerk the clerk had now B er to issue naturalization certificates and all the certificates issued by it for the jwst is years -- during the last 14 of which the judge has lieen a Republican were null ami void Then- - have ln cn ads of individual violence under tlie excitement of aaati cal contests in Southern States but there never was such an outrage by a State supreme court as this disfranchise ment of V 4 men who have ben voting for year merely ticca use a court clerk is known as a recorder Tlie aldermen of Biddeford did not strike the 514 names from the voting BnJ have lieen arrested It is Klid that the actual damage accomplished by the Republicans i not very heavv that thrcc iourtiis of the men whose right to vote Reeds IVmocratic competitor is in dispute come to this country under is years of age and get immediate filial papers from the Federal district court But in the meanwhile it has lntn dis covered that the Republican scheme to save Baal not only contemplates the oppression of legal votes in Biddeford but the OBtBBJ of illegal votes in anon Saco is a Republican city The law required the aldermen to hold meetings I ict ween specified dates in August for the revision of the voting list- - The aldermen held no such meeting and the Reed plan is evidently to vote men on lists that are unrevised or that have lieen revised in secret hy the Republican politicians There can lie no nata Â¬ tion whatever that this is not a mere technical but a very suistantial violation of the law The integrity of the ballot defiends ujmn the revision of the voting Any election held in Saco next nana will be dearly invalid and as the Repnitlicau majority in Saco is much larger than the Democratic Biddeford the Democrats would not suffer from the suppression of the votes in both cities tmt the eledion machinery is in the hands of Republicans and they intend to save Reed from defeat by counting all the votes in Saco and throwing out ail votes of naturalize Democrats in Bidde- Â¬ ford What makes the Republicans con duct in Saco and Biddeford the most out rageous is that Saco has the municiial court precisely analogous to the Bidde ford municipal court Tlie two courts were created in exactly the same terms In fiaco there are several hundred voters w ho were naturalized in the Saco citv court and the neglect of the aldermen to purge the voting lists was a part of tlie scheme to save the Republican natural- Â¬ ize voters in Saco and suppress the IVmocratic naturalized voters in Bidde Â¬ bo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ stl Â¬ fr Â¬ -- Â¬ State He is deeply interested in the success of his candidate for Governor Delamater and in the vindication which he fancies that he would person allv receive in Delamaters elcctioh As a prartical politician of the first water he knows that the passage of the force bill would contribute nothing h the result in Pennsylvania while the passage of the tariff bill is dispensable to touch the gratitude and open the purse strings of upon the Pennsylvania maufacturers whose symjwthy prartieally expressed in dollars and cents he counts for his own vindication as aforesaid as well as the election of his friend Delamater Senator Hoar lifted aliove these sordid necessities of Pennsylvania politics de- Â¬ sires first and foremost the passage of a measure which shall put the whole elec- Â¬ tion machinery in the Southern States under the Baikal of Republican office- Â¬ holders and reduce the Southern States to a paaaaT condition of political dejiend ence ami vassalage Senator Quay is willing in order to secure the speedy passage of the tariff bill to let the force bill go over until the short or Decemtier session after the elections for the next House of Representatives shall have taken place Mr Hoar insists that the Senate in its present session shall not only do the one thing but also that it shall not leave the other undone It is difficult to see any rad ical difference in the position of the two Senators or of the two wings of the Re- Â¬ publican party if there lie wings which thev resicctively represent Both bills have been made by the action of the caucus Republican measures party Dnaatfaai there are individual luemlicrs of the jMirty in lioth Houses who would not tie sorry to see one or the other bill fail who recoil from the monstrous injustice and inequality involved in the provisions of lioth But patriotic con- Â¬ siderations have but little weight in shaping the advocacy or the aaaaatfon of Republicans in regard to either meas- Â¬ ure The only arguments put forward the only consideration appealed to has To reference solely to party interests consolidate and jierpetuate their control of the general government the Republi Â¬ can leaders make no secret of their reli ance ujxin money and ujion force The tariff bill is wanted to unlock the coffers and secure the contributions of the tariff lords the MBaaaaafa and manufactur- Â¬ ers for w hose benefit the great mass of the paaala are to be plundered since all unjust and unnecessary taxation is nothing tint legalized robtiery Tlie force bill is relied upon to stifle the true voice and votes ot the Southern people and under the pretense of protecting the negro vote sulMirdinate all State authority and control in the conduct of federal elec Â¬ tions to that of Republican officials Hate and there are individual Republican Senators who may dissent from this or that detail of the tariff bill but this is their reason to hojie that when put ujion its final passage it w ill not receive the substantial supjort of the Republican party in the Senate Postponing the force bill until iHH emlier when the short session tvegins by no means im- Â¬ plies the defeat or rejection of the bill All that the lenuicrats would gain by the passage of S natr Quays order limiting the measures to tie considered and voted ujion at the present session and postponing the force bill until the next would lie to save the Novemtier election from the aaaaafaa el the bill and give the people an opjMirtunity of passing judgment upon the general jKilicy and tendencies of the Republican party be fore the bill comes to lie acted upon What the Republican party would really gain by the delay will lie the opjiortuni ty of knowing what is the popular ver dict liefore proceeding further in the and direction of usurpation and coer- Â¬ cion Otherwise it must not lie forgotten that when the two Houses of the present Congress reassemble in Deccm lier except for the possible lessons ami warning involved in the Novemtier election the situation will lie practically un changed There will lie the same brute power in the hands of the Republican majority in both Houses wielded by the BBS men to pass w hatever bills they be inclined to jiass except so far as they may lie deterred by the power of the public opinion as indicated by the result of the elections Unit i inure Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Congress protesting against the paaage of the bill in its present form A big land sale was consummated Tuesday by which the Medley estate oti the Clarksville pike consisting of Ar acres passed into the hamls of Mr C T 1 Esaal Mason who owned 1000 acres adjoining aaaa it This gives Mr Mason perhaps the finest tract of land in Southern or Wes-Â¬ tern Kentucky and we doubt if there are many better farms of 1400 acres anywhere in the State The price paid for the Medley place which was ow ned by Mr Jas M Medley and sisters was alwut 2ri000 or fi250 per acre One half of this was paid in cash and the other half in the fine farm in South Christian known as the Maj Tandy Both the method and resulLs vhen place consisting of 382 acres which was Syrup of Figs is taken it is bIbbbuH valued at a little over 34 an acre and refreshing to the taste and acU r 3 FINE CLOTHING You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Uvercoat OPSI5 ENJOYG I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest styles uiul goods and I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES be K iitHckitii fently yet promptly on the Kidneys and Bowels cleanses the sys It looks as if several things will concur tem effectually dispels colds bead with the coining tariff law to lessen our foreign trade in the current fiscal year aches and fevers aud cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the Not only are our grain crops short so that constipation kind ever pic we shall have a diminished surplus for only remedy of its duced pleasing to the taste an i re exportation but our crops of fruits stomach ceptable prompt ii and lierries are so short as to fail to its action to the aud truly beneficial ii its meet the home demand The apple crop effects prepared oulv from the mo1 for example is a failure The reports healthy and agreeable sulmfauce its from nearly all quarters are bad In the mauy excellent qualities coniruetu it year ended Januarv 30 ISO we exported to all and have made it the moet mtJUt barrels of apples and 20Stil000 popular remedy known pounds of dried apples Most of the apSyrup of Figs is for sale in 50e ples went to England and Scotland w hile and 1 bottles by all leading drag France and Germnny took the bulk of gists Any reliable druggist who the dried apples Of the canned fruit may not have it on liard will pro worth 63821 exported last year Eng cure it promptly for any one bo land took aliout half We shall have wishes to try it Do not accept any proliably little fruit in any form to export substitute and shall lack the income from this CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ITijikinfi j Â¬ Â¬ all sizes qualities and prices Try pair I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices and more TXrri d onrl QVir OG Winter is comin pair ofnothingorisShoes Inet Boots DUUtb CtllUL kJllUCDa saryofthan a goodCELEBRATED SHOES have BRILLS TJqc JLLdLb JO of Hats chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders UI lllfelllllg d VJTUUUO Light siik Shirts from the chcapest up Collars and Cuffs in abundance Neckwear Handker heavy plain fancy cotton woolen TT source As we shall proliably keep our silver at home it appears that we shall have this fiscal year to rely chiefly on our cotton tobacco and petroleum to pay our foreign bills This nay have important results Small exjK rts mean small im A largely jifirts and diminished revenue diminished revenue would mean under the circumstances created hy the action of the present Congress a large deficit and odium for the party that wasted the surplus accumulated during Mr Cleve- Â¬ lands economical administration The next year promises to be full of economic developments of interest to lith parties The Fanners Alliance of Montgomery county assembled at Mt Sterling and adopted the BBBBBaan resolutions Whekkas it having come to our know ledge that the warehouse men of Cincinnati and Louisville have formed them selves into a combination or trust w Inch we the producers of white barley tobacco believe is against our interest and isonly a step to crush lis Therefore lie it resolved etc 1 Tliat it is the sense of this meeting that the Farmers and Laliorers Cnion of the tobacco growing district of Kentucky should unite by way of co operation in devising some means hy which to se cure to themselves a fair and remunerative price for their tobacco 2 That in order to secure the above object we recommend to each County Fanners and laborers Union in said tobacco district to bold county meetings and appoint delegates to attend a general meeting to lie held at Lexington Ky on the second Wednesday in November 1W and that each County Union be en- Â¬ titled to three delegates 3 That it is further recommended that the State tioard of the Fanners and laborers Union of Kentucky immediately send organizers to each unorganized county in the tobacco growing district of Kentucky to organize the same 4 That we request that the proceed Â¬ ings of this meeting le published in the Kentucky State Union and all other pa liers that are friendlv to our cause Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE KY tew Ct rOtlt 09 ralvrrririT u nuei wedi 30 medium Etc Etc ANNOUNCEMENTS FOB CIRCUIT COlKT CLERK W of Byeaawall Is cundi fur Iirouit Court Clerk of Mailison county subject to tlie action of the Uciuo lite B O POWELL POWELL MoKeefs Ooraer eratts party I PCBL1C SALE AND OF FABM Personal Property On Tuesday A GRAND Â¬ FEAST OF BARGAINS Sept 23 1890 B Hug- ging the administrator of Mrs A B Hug gins will sell to the highest bidder the personal property of said decedent con- At the late residence of Oliver Having determined to change onr business January 1st sisting of household and kitchen furniture c one horse one rockaway On same day the heirs of O B Hug gins deed will sell the farm known as the H C Huggins farm consisting of Everything in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost The land is good and the improvements desirable consisting of a two story dwell- Â¬ ing containing 8 rooms 2 porches pantries c new barn and fencing large ice house four ponds two orchards one old and one new with all necessary conveniences and outbuildinjs The farm is located at the junction of the Nicholasviile and Versailles and the Harrodsburg and Lexington turnpikes 4 miles from Nicnolasvilie 11 from Lexington and 12 from Versatile Sale to begin at to oclock a m TERMS OF SALE Personal property will be sold on a credit of 60 das for purchases of 20 and over negotiable note and for purchases under jo cisli in hand The farm will be sold for one third cash and the balance in one and two years with interest from date with secured notes L H McTYRE Admr of Mrs A U lluggins deed HEIRS OF O B HUGG1NS deed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 95 1 2 ACRES EVERY ffisThe ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN Â¬ Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Un derwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole Crooke Bennett August 27th 1890 Urmston 34 D P ARMER CONCERNING FARMERS HaBB Kahn of Cincinnati has pur chased in BBBrBBB Shelby Jefferson Nelson Oldham and Fayette counties for M Goldsmith about 4000 head of cattle for which he paid from 4 to 4J cents Abmt lJOn were purchased in Ikmrlmn The cattle ranged from 1JHI to J7V Audioneer Z E Bush reports renting and sale of Mrs Chenanlt near Inion City as follows Fair attendance Farm rented to 0 Parke at tBJQ per acre CWt9M yearling haifersS21V broke BBBBStaf weanling mule ST hay mare 117 corn in field 170 hay o to a stack At W J Clarks sale yesterday near Cane Ridge stock sold as follows Horses Si0 to IM stallion 4oT one jack M0 mules to 251 per pair cows fU to M calves H to 11 sowes 12 4 to oV shntes sheep 47 0r head corn in field 130 to taJWBBT barrel oats afa per dozen wheat 107 Farm implements brought jier bushel good prices Pari Kentiurhian CitUrn Auctioneeer Z E Bush reports sale of F W Maupin administrator Good L4 crowd cattle 326 per hundred 14 yearling steers 3150 per head 3 yokes oxen 50 to 106 milk cows 19 to 26 4 calves 15 per head I mule colts 75 each 3 brood mares 75 to 162 broke mule 140 weanling horse colt 62 3 horse colts 79 to 100 bay mare 77 horse S87 4 y car old jack 1000 17 sheep 4 per head stock hogs 350 per hundred corn in crib 240 barrel J W Mitchell of this city in speak ing of the proposed combine of the tobacco warehouse men of Louisville Cincinnati and Paducah thinks it a great scheme and will work no injury to the growers In fact he thinks it will lie to their interest It will undoubtedly re Â¬ duce the expenses paid to hundreds of tobacco buyers and traveling men as the proposed plan will only require a few men Willard is not sure whether he will be one of the few or not but he has proven to tie an energetic and valua- Â¬ ble man to his house XichoUuville Dem- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Old man Dalton lietter known as Santa Claus has a wife much younger than himself who is more than fair to look upou Jim Rambo forgetful of the 10th Commandment coveted this ncigli birs good fortune nad sought to divide bis wiles affection with himself but the old man overheard him making love to her and stealing up to where they were billing and cooing let Rainbo have it in the head with an axe Fortunately for the would lie Lothario the wounds were not sufficient to stop his flight and he left standing not ujion the order of his going Afterwards he explained to his friends that he ami old man Dalton were digging potatoes when he was accidently hit on the head by his hoe He will lie particular all the same how he tress passes an another mans preserves in the future Stanford Journal Deafness Cast Be Cared by local applications as they can not reach The Main Street Jeweler has just receiv ed a handsome lot of DIAMONDS besides 1 full stock of every thing in the do W C HAVE JEWELERY n KN n w 0 W WW THAT- I a ill i i MM SILVER WARE AND WATCH LINE FfTZPATRICK CO ill THE minds That is going at bottom prices 3 N NOTICE L Breckinridge Cabell formerly of Virginia but who has been a resident of New York seventeen years and has an extensive acquaintance with Capitalists will SELL OK PRECISELY WHAT YOB WANT IN YOUR W E REFER TO KITCHEN amuuLu Mo - J O SEASON IS AGAIN AT when mothers and THE UNSURPASSED fathers Viave to puzzle about something their nice KXrilAMiK TIMBKR p 1 Â¬ Â¬ Wit AliHICI IT1 I Ui LANDS the diseased portion of the ear There i AMI iKVKLOrSU INDUSTRIES Will also Organize Undeveloped Prop- Â¬ only one way to cure Deafness and that rieties into Corporations and float the i bv constitutional remedies Deafness is securities caused by an infiamed conditon of the Skilled labor furnished indu trial entermucous lining of the the Eustachian tube prise When thU tube gets inflamed you have a Iloim 30 HI BROADWAY MEW Y0UK rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor- COAL AND LUMBER CO mal condition bearing will be destroved forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an ina partner undersigned have THE to sell all kinds offormed and Lumflamed condition of the mucous surfaces Coal We will give One Hundred Dollars lor ber at the lowest market price and re- Â¬ any case of Deafness caused by Catarrh spectfully request a liberal patronage from The yards are located n that we cannot cure by taking Halls Ca- the public Orchard Street and also on Third Street tarrh Cure Send for circulars free where we will build a warehouse upon the F J Cheney Co Toledo O completion of the new railroad to this place T S BROSSTON Sold by Druggists 75c 12 15 MINKKAL- for their Roys to wear to school This Fall we have tried to take the worrying away from par cuts by laying in such a hand some RICHMOND stock ot BOYS and CHILDRENS CLOTHING of Â¬ Â¬ f every description lliat nil you have to do is to come to our Â¬ Lexington Belie Range AND- - store bring the boys with you and take them away all fitted out for school These garments are subject to individual taste We have three well defined styles however which experience has shown to be the best and durability all things considered for convenience - M M HARBER LIVE STOCK MASKET EEPOET By GREENE 4 EMBKY Ll e Block Commission Merchants at Cincln Union Block Yards and Covington Block Yards utl REMOVAL I these are the two piece suits ford Cincinnati Ohio Sept Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good HAVE MOVED MY 15 1800 Representative Cummings of New York has introduced a bill validiating the Biddeford naturalizations and he ami Representative Hayes have tried to get M r Reed to recognise them to call tip the bill for action but they have failed Mr Reed is just small enough to want those votes su ppressed National Demo SHIPPING CATTLE 4 25 Blacksmith Shop Â¬ COOK STOVE FOR YOUR HALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT MOST EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WINTER with pleated coats either with or without belt and buttoning to the neck or with lapels and the cutaway sack coat with vest all these suits having knee pants just the thing for a school 3 85 o 2 3 2 2 ioft 758 oo to my new building on Third Street 4 50 where I have eyery facility for doing the 4 00 best of work more rapidly than ever be- Â¬ 3 00 fore 3 75 Will be pleased to see all my old pa3 00 2 50 trons and many new ones have moved to Third Street bet Irvine and North Streets I 11- boy boys same and For young men the larger the BUTCHER CATTLE to Extra Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen 3 yRemember rrat THE LOfJIC OP THE REPUBLICAN IATWN SIT- - 6s 5 a 3 4o 3 25 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 3 3 2 2 1 4oa 00d 258 25 7S - S - MIDKIFF JEWETTS BASE BURNER THIS IS THE SKASON FOR DOVES AND THE PART RIDGES ARE COMING APACE WE HAVE THE Â¬ about style garment Call BinBaBaaBBBVBaBasBaaBBBaaajBaBncBBBBBaaBBaHBBaaaBBaBBBBaBaBi Â¬ 00 HICECMOND are used as for men and examine our stock before you purchase and we are confident we It is not likely that Democratic Sena- Â¬ a 1 go 7S Â¬ Â¬ tors will take too seriously or build hopes upon the suggestion of a possible split in the ranks of the Republican majority in the Senate resulting from divergent views as to the relative importance of passing the tariff bill or the Federal elec tion force bill at tlie present session Personal jealousies and antagonisms beÂ¬ tween Republican leaders in the Senate or some who aspire to that position have been plainly enough exposed Those eminent brethren Senators Quay and Hoar are not exactly of one mind in the House and can not be said to dwell altogether in unity The Pennsylvania HaaMni1 is apparently disposed to retiel against the dictatorial temper and ways of his Massachusetts colleague and the latter apparently views with disgust the rising importance and in fluence of Mr Quay in which sentiment apiiarently he has the full syuirtithv of Senator Edmunds The Pennsylvania sUUnmn who is nothing if not practical has a contest on band in his own Â¬ Â¬ 00 PLUIBIM Gas Fitting CO BULLS Shipping Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Best Best 2 2 will sell you 35 151 2 50 Sanitary Plumbing Steam Guns and Ammunition AND YOU CAN HAVE THE FUN Â¬ Â¬ In the future as in the past we expect to give every one fair treatment thereby building 2 001 1 I 00 All orders promptly filled and work 758 guaranteed And all gas pipe used to be FEEDERS AND STOCKERS of the right size accordng to the rale and Good Extra Steers n illations of the Water and Light ComFair to Good Steers W Main Street No 227 3 oo 3 25 pany ocrat Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 qo opposite Hotel Glj ndon Post ortice adThe New York Leaf Tobacco Board of Common and Thin Stockers 1 7 2 00 dress Lock Box 15 13- Trade issued a call for a meeting of im COWS AND CALVES jiorters of leaf tobacco on the McKinley Best Grades B 35 oof40 00 The meeting took place Fair to Good Tariff Bill 20 ooftfo 00 Sept 8 and there was a large attendance Common 10 oo9 iS 00 5 50 yj the largest houses in the trade being Best Veal Calves If not let privately before that day we Fair to 4 ooS 4 50 represented Garson Mayor President CommonGood Heavy and 2 o 3 50 will on Saturday Sept 20th 1S90 at of the Board occupied the chair The Covington Arnold V Brns store in Rich HOGS mond let one mile of the Silver Creek Chairman explained that it would result and Barnes Mill turnpike to the lowest 4 Soic 4 85 in a disaster to the trade if the McKin- Â¬ Select Butchers and best biddir It begins at the Barnes 4 45 4 ley bill was passed in the present shape Fair to Good Packers Mill and runs down the Cnitcher branch Good to Extra Lights 4 25 4 40 Bids received by the President who has and it would be impossible to get mer- Light Pigs 2 50 3 50 profile Also pillar ior and specifications chandise out of bond in the time pro SPRING LAMBS iron bridge at T J CurtisV iosed by the bill The meeting was S P ROSS 6 00 5 75 unanimously in favor of a petition to Extra President 13 14 2 and honest goods Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES up a reputation that will be lasting TO CONTRACTORS COVINGTON MITCHELL Â¬ TiraiUG A SPECIALTY for CASH 2t Southside Main Street near Hotel Glyndon Clothiers and Furnishers Â¬ W C FITZPATRICK CO THE CLIMAX uriaular - Btptmott 17 1490 the Fair Fine weatlier for the Fair Have you taken a rkle on the street cars S enty heep lout See Taylor Rices ananas Hie street care mle their tcrday ParrWi Bros biudm V first rnn ye have closed out their at Iineville complete list of Fair premiums will Ih published next week aaenper train on the Three The fin Fork came in yesterday nMiJ t Fjist Mrs Dr West of Kingston is visiting K L A T K Todd will rent M acre at F onflow 4 land to highest bidder at Sjeedwell on Dr Welch of Xicholasville is attendtwrv uTruixuTJinruTJTruvTJi ing the Fair The Fair had a gaaJ crowd yesterday s Mr II C FVlt of Cincinnati was in will have a lietter one to day and still the city last week better tomorrow Ilnnsrs Far Krnf KINfi SOLOMON S CAVK T Montgomery will deliver a tem Â¬ Misses Ballard and Potter of Illinoii Houses of three four or five rooms for 1 perance lecture at Kirksville on SaturMRS A WARD rent The GergrooN Caverns of Lnray and the are visiting Miss Faiima Willis 27th day night Sept Miss Mary McKee of Liwrenceburg Cajiariuns Mammoth Cave Find a Iow D WANTS THE is visiting Miss Mary Pattie rrfal Rival in a Cumberland Moan W A Powell clothier and furnisher hit tics llarhrr Shop Krmoved of Covington Miss Florence lyongnnKir lain cavity M tees corner calls attention of Fair George T Little has re noved his barS is visiting Miss Minnie Wagers iliirs to his new poods ber shop down street to the bouse formerThe editor of Tin Ciim v last week Mrs W C Fitpatrick has returned gle daughter ly occupied by Sangers ciiar tore secOn Tuesday S pt fEM U II McTyre -We met Mr It X Kestersnn late of visited a cave at CaaaheihuMl Gap that from a protracted visit to Shelbyville He ond door from Herndons corner will sell a fann of SWJ acre administrator is destined to attract the whole worlds Richmond now of Knoxville He was Dr Good and Mr Crittcn oi Ohio invites his old patrons and the public genSee ad in Jessamine county attention Known locaUjr for some time friends of I r Hooker are taking fan the visiting a dangerously sick brother Customers promptly erally to call lioldstein the optician from Lou-i-ill- e The Gap is destined to Ik the town yet comparatively unexplored it is BOW Fair waited upon Everything clean and firt to Ik- developed and to its present it at the tilyndon where he will of that region 12 Mr John Lackey of Middlenboro class and the best ol work done wealth of labyrinth and formations other be pleased to naa thooe needing his serv- formerly of this place is taking in the nmafuunnl nuuuuuunr wonders axe t lie added MU NKrNFSS lluriR HABIT In all Banking at Stanford Fair -A little east of the south end of his- Â¬ Ihe World there i hat One Cnre We gather fom the Journal the foMr D B Shakelford went to ManThe street carf tried to reach here on toric Cumberland Gap high up on the Dr HainpsrJnIilm Speriflr Py a vote of more chester last week to look after his real Mom lay but could not get through the llowing hank items Il can le given In ft cup of left or cnfTV e mountain side overlooking the bright two thirds ol its stock it was decid Â¬ estate tunnels and were taken to pieces and than without The kniiwlcilge of Ihe irvon i ikuig vming town of the same name and di ncon nt cure i sedy nml It circiliiig ed yesterday to change the Lincoln Ka brought in yesterday Misses Iilaand Annie Chenault hand is n imxh rolf alrtnker ti whether the piitlent Tliou-nnilnctly beawath tin- noted Pinnacle KiK k Hh ohiilic wreck of ilriinkirits hii tional ltank to a State institution to he of friends a Washington dispatch says there is a is the entrance to this fairy land have leMi eur l who have taken the tuhh n From somely entertained number known as the Farmers ltank ing and Naaeieje la their enfltn without their knowl likelihood that lien Green Clay Smith the depot which is in Tenncssc the last evening iilge nml ti ly Hunk they iint iliinkiiii if nnVannLafaW U Trust Conijwmy The capital will be ESlanfer Miss Alum Ilaaan Miss Minna Crutch their own freewill Ni harmful eltecl re will le perinanentfy located at the Metpath leads up the mountain side enseal s -Mills from it iilinlniHtration iure the same and the same directors and I Miss Mary Pattie have returned teetl Semi for circular ami full particulars ropolitan thurch that city the State line and Ihmiel IViones trail er and JunsJJJLlSsuTlTLrlJJnJnsJuJJi3 officers will run it Those who have ild ess 111 i onriilence Iioiuk aracirtc in 17 lt or the Old Wilderness mad into Virginia from Lawrenceborg t Cincinnati ls ita Th- - friends of Dr and Mrs R X studied the matter are convinced that fan the Mr E Ransdcll of Aikenton accotn an of Knoxville late of Kich it will be the lest as therj- - is little mar- the foot of the mountain in ing former State and the head in the Old Denied by his mother is visiting his sisLouisville Tobacco Market mond will lie sorry Up hear of the death gin now in Xational Banks 1mlertlie Dominion ter Mrs W II Voiies il their little three year old son By Ulover A Durrett Louisville Toustcro charter procured from the last legislaA little wikmU ii house sits under the Miss llattie May Hansford of Harrods Ware House The grocery house of John Farley ture the stockholders are liable to the shadow of a rugged precipice and hav Â¬ burg and Miss Mame Currey of Lancas full extent to aVanaaitors and the officers after a pnierons career of 4o yia s has Sales on our market for the week just ing entered itsdiMr a descent of steps ter are visiting Miss Alma lagan closed amount to 250 hhds with receipts to W I Farley the father bar Â¬ will Ik- under the same penalties for leads down down into a spacious under Â¬ Misses Virginia and Josephine Lewin Sales ing turned the business over to his son wrong doing as under the national sys ground mom made chilly by a gn at vol- Â¬ for the same period of i159 hhds tem and Mr Ellis Skees ot Charleston W on our market since January 1st amount ume of subterranean atmosphere that Va are visiting Miss Bella llarlicr Mr F Thornton editor of the Mils The First Xational ltank played in to 1 107 hhds Sales of the crop of 1SS9 pulls the thermometer down to V de val Voice and jiartner of Collins tough luck last week Monday the time Mm Mattie Gay of Winchester and on our market to this date 60300 hhds IVntlierage in the piano business went o lock on the larger of its two safes got out grees Fan nheit Miss Anna M cCollum of Kew Orleans The following quotations fairly repreIt is not a dn ary dungi-on-likknoxville last week to establish a of fix making it impossible for anyWlv are visiting at lion Jas II Bornamss sent our market for hurley tobacco cavitv made hideous bv a dcathlv stillbranch house here to oen it though the attempt was Receipts and sales have not been o Mrs Kussell Cecil and her sister nit an awe inspiring n treat filled Mr L Jungeriuan City Kngineer of manfully made by Messrs Ilockcr Mc large on our market for the past week of Selma Ala OF THE SEASON with the rush and mar of a limpid Mrs Bessie Miller Hon THE Newort Ky wa- - shot near the Court Roljerts and McKinney An expert and the offerings as a rule have been of stream which jHiiirs forth sixty thousand are visiting their aunt Mrs 8 K Turner House in that place last Sunday afternoon was telegraphed for from Cincinnati but Prices good to the poorest character gallons of water jier hour that finds an Miss Bcttie Garrett has returned from bj William Kiley a newspaper reiKirter he diil not arrive till Friday In the fine burleys in sweet condition and also Miss and died instantly The trouble arose mean time there wa enough money in outlet Ik 1ow the entrance and heaps and Irvine accompanied by her cousin for the colorv low gradeshave been active foams down the HK ks and gorges like the Florence Barker who will remain until Â¬ of i newspafter criticism o it The de- the smaller safe to run the bank or it and strong hut the common sorts withcataract of Lodote after the Fair ceased has visited friends in this place would have been in a pretty fix The out color and out of condition have been Mrs II C llargis and daughter Miss This power will soon be used to gen large safe contained 15000 in currency irregularly easier The weather condilight that is to supplant the I aura have returned from Bristol and m r i and about half a million in securities erate electric tions for the past week have been very other places ill Tennessee after an ab lanterns carried by visitors unfavorable for the growing crop The Madison Female Institute begins the none of which could be gotten till the A small lMat conveys you thmugh a sence of seres weeks door had ln cn cut ojx ti with a cold following quotations fairly represent our i tenn with an unusually large massive Gothic passage and as it winds Miss Mattie Witt of Kingston has market for burey tobacco number of pupils Sjiaee is growing chisel This showed its alisolutc safety its tortuous way you half wish for some returned fmm Liuisville and Lexfor after five layers of steel and iron had Trash Dark or damaged tobacco f 200 scarce The year will bring in more than MATRIMONIAL kind Lard Illin to heaeech your return Miss hula Handifer of Luicaster and visiting ington where she has been A CALLANDWEWILL GIVE E 01 A BENEFIT to i 50 one hundred and fifty pupils There been removed the hcavv frame work of The gurgle of the oars in the crystal of Louisville eloped Mr McRoberts friends and relatives for several weeks the time lock remained and after that a Mi oO to 3oo Colory Trash Mattie Bronanon tins placr and are mm nearlv fortv lioanlers waters is peculiarly musical and words Mrs C M Clay of Boarboa whose last week and were married second combination lock held the mon Dr J Ihivis Chicago wn- aaarried Common Lugs not colory 400 to 000 echo their several ways through the popular husband is President of the ConA fest I J nhaek daugh on Wednesday Beei Kith 1800 al Miss Mary Hancock Johnston ey As luck would have it the vault u Colory Lugs 00 to 1400 A sandy shore offers I recesses around A coon cut a cats head open with a door got out at gear while the safe was stitutional Convention is visiting her ter of Col J Stoddard Johnstond and A M Rev I i Barbonr D Common Leaf 7 00 to 0 00 IitTniat friendly greeting and you liMik upward parents Senator and Mrs John I Harknife and was fined lo in Judge Kices locked and a hole had to Ik- cut through Mr Wisdom of New Orleans are to tie in The couple left on the 30 train for Medium to Good Leaf 00 to Jifoo court It was ItT latties cat and was the two foot wall large enough for a man into an expanse of atony canopy The ris married October th their future bome Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 1500 eye catches apoa a low roofed narrow sitting in his own door where it was cm- - to pull through The old saying that it Select Wrapper Tobacco 5 to 13 00 HORSE NOTES wile of tin Mrs Sallie Sutherland t catch rats The wonder is that never rains but it poura finds verifica- ascent in the massive wall up which lies DIED late J L Sutherland died on Wednes Â¬ The Only One Price Cash Clothiers the line of progrewi and as the guide -- ii Louisville races are on am not killed by the irate tion in all the affairs of life day fan Winchester her husband preced NEW ADVERTISEMENTS j- bids follow one can almost imagine he din tor The lack af a gun was probably Tld C X Fitzpatrick has sold his brown ing her to the grave only a few weeks little aaa of Dr and sees over the entrance the inscription Largely Represented what savel the fool with a knife Mrs K X Kestcsaoa died at Knoxville gelding to John C Hughes Lexington in his vision saw over the porII C Price Geo P McCxnn The Lexington papers say that over lecenffy Richmond and Madison county are fan that Dante ioi 650 Aastner Hsase of the infernal regions All hope Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office 10000110 Of f Clfangton capital has been full forteandcffectatMidilli slMro In tals Jake Huguelv of Danville sold his William ft Falconer died in Richmond at Richmond Ky week ending Sept 3 Mr W H Vorii s has Ismght a lot on But a in Ikhhiis The papers of a few hours walk almt the streets oaj abandon ye who enter here mare Evangetoe at the Fair invested Ky on Wedni slay Kept ltnli 1884 1S00 nauaataajr tor Hi7 and will immediately last Thursday we olisorved Mr A Trih- brief moment demonstrates that the yesterday for that place are afraid it will produce a f80 aged 25 years Martin Mis Sarah brodu Dave build a nice n sidciice ascent is neither difficult nor dangerous r Von panic in Lexington next spring ble and family Miss Florence Itarlow Andy Salvator who beat the worlds record Sanmel Kire died in Missouri Sept llrown FMis SallielarmerGill lK autiful Of the eiiht en lots only one remains formations Wish to inform the public that Messrs Lava ft Huguely John C Fitz and the field of The Courier Journal is authority for Bth aged abont GO years He una a Cortee Importers of-for a mile at Monmouth Park 135 is a nnsold The bouses built and in course patrick Tom Chenault John Mclher spreading out ln fore you affords profound Riddle Miss Ella 1 Coleman Frank T Ilamsey is no beautiful dark chestnut foaled in IKSli the statement that the chair of Civics in brother of Fount Hice this county and CurdTeni- - l Kuuran Nannie onstruition mnnlier eight Two or son and family John Lickey Nected with the -Tom relief by imported Prince Charlie dam Saline Centre College is to be filled by CX GoT k it here before the war Stern Co Evans Jack 1r- arneaau soon and Gliinai Blus is Bouekeejing Wire Tl e way leads upward over blocks of time ethers are aa Corner Dry Goods Stor Ben Bar Rrawner lying the carpenter Evingtion Miss RellSmith Henry He was bred by Baa Proctor Knott who will for several tare have decide 1 to wait until next nett Col Jim Bnniks Martin Pigg Dr tone covered with n dark deposit of by Lexington latins M Smith died suddenly at bis Gentrv Chilics selling his interest to V 1 Simmons Miss M Sweigert Ehnendor stisk farm near months after the adjournment of the bonne spring near Kirksville in Madison county Griggs Miss PeithaTe is Mary and heard that others were there tlinty carlionate of lime and onward Ix xington and sold at the annual year constitutional convention give instrucOllham but is now runninir Cor Main and Mill Turner N Y Grubbs Miss Li 1MH on Saturday Bight Sept loth Kite teri Mr Trihble i running the Cumberland among lighter lined pillars of the same ling sale to J B Haggin for 4000 tion in political economy international Mis Matte Walker Hallie He returned in Harrs Miss Mollie Walker George Hotel and has the liest business in town material beneath stonv cicles glittering Mrs Hamilton Walls of Pettis county of the aged about to years Harris KENTUCKY LEXINGTON Pool seller E R Lowry writes to a law and on the constitution with drops of pearly water that slowly the erening complaining of a pain in Hearnton lane Walker Jerrv Mo came last week to visit her brother He continues to run his hotel at JuncUnited States full building the stalagmite up from below friend hen that lxioling is extra gixnl Bill Witt Mrs Sallie the bead and of being eohL In a short Hibson A II Iilor who has been dangerously Cash Dry 1ools Store No tion City Lave Huguely have a good Yates Lizzie this year down through the Grand Cir- Â¬ Irvine fames T The Court of apjieals has n versed the snk with fever She brought from her store and seem to lie doing well Miss as the stalactite gmws down from aliove cuit and that the season thmugh will decision in the case of Baughman vs time be was a corpse The ileceaxed First Street in connection Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m was a well known citizen of the county b hands farm half a dozen ears of ex Barlow has a nice office Mr Fitzpat A sudden turn and descent reveal a long average fOOOOO iH r day This makes a Portman with W S J Fif- e- neir the and registered letter hours Dinner Sets Tea Sets the effect of which is that bad been a anenaher of the county court Money order mom of great proportions and beyond iLly fine earn measuring twelve rick is considered one of the beat lawolil corner at the re prompt 7 a m to f p m Chamber Sets Tin Sets lies a roadway through a collection of total of fZJMOflBO of which the p nil Portmau must pay the rent for the hotel and was a faithful member of the MasonL B WILLIS pm inches in length Her father Mr M yers in the place Talton Todd is one of and wants his old fasssnl seller and his associates get an coiinnis and keep it for the term of years con ic liodjic The remains were deposited Lamps and Hall Lights lassr thinks that nothing so fine has the pioneers and Win Frskin is another bowlders manv and rugged like unto sions si i00 Qaite a good sum to come tracted for ten The lower court held laties and centlemen and the in the Richmond cemetery Monday Piano Lamps Glassware We wen- - in Middleslsiro only from 7 the Lawn IkhIs af Modoe fame grown ilut here this season public irenerallv to call on ETESIGET IS PRICELESS in for thirty six days work Saoet Form that the prohibition law which took the afternoon with Masonic honorHere the mad divides and sulidivides Plated Ware Coal Vases a in to p m The mud was fearfulhim lie am sell them go tieae t llarrinan saloon privileges its main soun e of reve-Â¬ of Cynthiana Mrs Flizabeth Kellar ly deep and there is not a brick on the the wonders increase and every turn If you would have your eyes properly Kiar Wares front Foreign ami Donesttr cheaper than he has ever sold away annulled the contract nue Mr Hood Tucker division engineer in strccts and only two or three hundred presents a kalcidoscoe of caverns spires executrix of Jas F Kellar has entered litti d by u competent optician and one Dr G Godstein the eminent optician Art Parishes thotn before We have 1 StiiHjiinl Jltninl of the sectmd bridge over the feet of pinnacles domes towers cascades cata- suit against the Wabash Railroad for is at Hotel Gh ndon and plank walk Many tents occupy who nnderstanda bis business wait for of Louisville cured the services of Mr UTataanjn on the Three railroad has the places of business houses Even the racts fountains glaciers iceliergs and damages to bursts and property destroyed varied stock Mr Vincent Cromwell was tried lie lrof She who will be at D I Armers will letnain a lew days He has been here The largest finest and most Jeen as salesman ami Miss quite olten and ritt d manr of our citizens resigned to aci ept the position of assist Democrat orhce is in a tent and we re- snovy hi Is all silent in the cold and in the recent wreck The amount sued fore a jury at Lexington yesterday and jewelry store the middle of next mouth with glasses which have given great satis OTO WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT 1 1 izel wood and Mrs Million ant chief engineer of the Fast Tennessee call a liarlx r shop real estate office ar glittering embrace of Parian like stone for is StiTOO For Fypt 00 Spring consigned to the asylum as a lunatic for ten antra Office hours Irim 10 a m to 3 faction is filled with cheaper ware and we offer sladies and guarantee lind Cominy and will have charge of chitects office confectionery and other The visitor loses his bearings and fol- Â¬ Dance 2fl Turner f 1200 for Baa Mr Cromwell is a well known horse p m it a ereater variety than ever before We various improvements in the city of businesses in tents There are boles in lows the guide as a ear follows the en Ridgely S 1000 U sides wearing apparel man and is the gentleman who engaged general protection to lad Children Knjoy bur alwas the best Our I cent Lamp Harriman Mr Tucker was one of the the streets that wheels chuck into up to gine lie wamlers up and down around and goods used with race horses Pari Ben Kennedy the driver of Nancy and children Now s the Chimney is good Our Luster Hand The pleasant flavor gentle action and NOTICE TO CREDITORS ir s most competent men on the Three vv arcs time to buy your goods ours int UUU per annum iai lulled isvui miiiuivjiitstfactories Hanks at lie also soothing effects of Syrup of Figs when in the hub and we drove through water up and thmugh coming often unexpectedly Retard selected from in lact everything and his ataee will not he easily filltxi to the axel for a hundred yards times The monument to Rysdyks Hamble are so low that we may havo put up a forfeit of HX with the Ireland need of laxative and the if father or mothoi aaa umiii former beviewsfar and some starting ALL THOSE HOLDING CLAIMS who are known for never slighting work He left this mornining for Harriman is wonders if last Bros of this county to match a certain from the tonian the olelisk which marks the to mark them up soon in on the principal street The tow n piint Wiler be costive or billions the most gratifying against the late firm of Stockton Prices JpajTOrders promptly filled Kn a i HI Ti mi Jimnml place of down We now ha sits in a flat wet ImiUoiii entirely sur- punt or traveling like alaaf man in resting place of Green Mountain Moid horse against their Grant Scott lor j 2500 results follow its use so that it i the best is are notified to present the same prop gladlv given and the marble column that tells where a aide Pari Xetct PRICE McCANN 11 18 on hand and daily rounded bv mountains and the water an irregular circuit The I family cemedy known and every family et ly verified to the undersigned on or be Upraiag fore October I All those owing the monotony The experienced in the dead thomeghbn d king Ten Bmeck a splendid stock of The fall term of Central University w hat little there is is bad It is a live Mammoth cave is conspicuous for Capt Newton Craig one of the oldest should have a bottle above firm are hereby notified to come its lies buried all show mans apprceition town has great wealth we are told and save cost an J forward and settle ojiened on last Wednesday with an nn absence in King Solomons cave In for Gods most noble Ix ast But such and most widely known citizens of Scott J T Huguely the owner of the fast trouble J B Willis iisiiallv large number of students The back of it has some tine buildings and succession the novel the wonderful Domestic Dress Sootls Foreiga the boeaage is not an American inception as county died at his home on the feth tilly Evangeline by Direc- Â¬ Trustee of G W Willis may make a alaee fit for habitation but 14 17 Baaaaaeai and general surroundings are Capt Craig wan until recently prominent tor tana by Bed Wilkes has refused 1 the records show that John ICarl of Cork what a quantity of work remains to U picturesque the sublime and the most flattering He was for many years crowd Bpea the visitor Hen a Lml Boyle who lived in England over in politics OF lxna Me offer of6000 for her she Indies andUents Furnishim done Prof John Zimmerman a distinguished miniatun- lake there a tiny spring a one hundred and fifty years ago was Keeper of the Kentucky Penitentiary could have been bougbt hint year for lioods Clothing Hats As we did not accept hospitality of the graduate of Princeton fills the chair of world of seeming prtrilii litioaa includ probably the originator of such nieinc and in 1873 represented bcott county in 120- 0- Stark Farm Allots Trunks in fact everyModern Languages Prof Crooks just town as did most af the editors who ing animals natural objects and works rials the lower branch of the Kentucky Legis- Â¬ TO thing kept in a first class wen- thenlast week we do not feel returned from Harvard occupies the chair THE WORLDS KAIU Whatever doubts may have heretofore lature He was known to nearly every called ujion to write a column or two in of art At one point a huge alligator lies store We call especial attenof Laahm directly across the path At another a existed in the minds of horsemen aboaf public man in the State and was aged As executors of G W Ballew deceas- its praise tion to our suits of A number of country young men anil years ed we will on collosal gobler dangles from a ceiling as the superiority of the track eighty three Allhrough tlie Columbian Expositon will loys have matriculated and after the The National Missionary Conference at if hanging then- ready for Thanksgiving over the rvailing elliptical course will All persons indebted to G W Willis Bill Teeters who shot Marshal New not opei its doors for two years or more iK Fair others will come Indianapolis day An elephant by no means entire- Â¬ be dissipated by the jiertorniani es at In Â¬ land so severely in attempting to take a tbe many readers of this paper who have are notified to call promptly and pay Wednesday October 1st 1890 same hod Place te Step Mr II II Ilintuan of Berea attended ly the work of imagination stands by dependence during the last week They prisoner from liim waived an examina already begun to think of paying it a visit at 14 ARerforwood Cus- All persons having claims against the sell publiclv to the highest bidder on the Thr editor of the Irvine Eagle attended this conference which was held in the the wayside covered with a blanket So were simply astonishing never before tion Tuesday and was held in SI 000 will be glad to learn that they will have said Willis will please present same 0 me premises five miles southeast of Rich- Â¬ tom Made Boots and shoes be- Â¬ demolition the Congressional Convention at Jackson ti Presbyterian Church of Indianapolis the forms ever change and the interest was there such aones breathoi records bail to the cin uit court Teeters for ef- the best of railroad facilities The Penn properly verified for payment WILLIS mond the farm of low cost and other custom J B away to fect claimed that he was unable to em slania Line which the shortest through It almost takes We had Ind and which he says w as largely at- - keeps up Breathitt county and says made best brands of Shoes Trustee 14 iS p 208 The Queens Chamber nx cntly dis think of it Roy Wilkes It nqi ploy counsel and the court appointed rout between Cincinnati and Chicago the good fortune to secure a nioni at the attended and deeply interesting all very cheap A splendid residem eof J Wise Hagins the county resented no n ligious denomination nor covered is the most enchanting scene in Cricket pi 210 Jack 2121 Margaret W A Trihble to defend him The best now runs two trains dally in each direc line of all kinds of Shirts Alabaster 4i 215 Mana- ting he can do for himself is to nssnd tion Utween those cities and will run clerk He and bis estimable wife who any missionary lioard It was simply an the great cave anil is Hashed by a S 41 212 near Richmond and Big Hill pike Good Over and Under frorr 15cts Roy guilty and throw himself on the mercy more when the buisress requires it with pacer 2ltil residence well watered and well fenced outgrowth of the aggressive missionary flight of forty steps above the general ger was a Miss Parrott of Madison county to 2 below cost We sell Two good orchards and good out buddCrickets of the jury - Stanmil Jounutl PullThe Young Mens level of the path in that lisality It Wilkes n cord was 212 of the times did everything in their jsiwcr to make spirit comfortable passenger coaches and ings theliest 5 and 10 cent HandAlabasters 221 The discoverer re- Â¬ 212 Alvins 217 Buffet Parlor cars makpleasant the stay of their guests Some Christian AssKiations of the Xorth West liafHes description The Frankfort Roundabout says Mrs man Sleeping or Terms liberal and made known on day kerchiefs and Hosiery in the ing direct connection with trains to and twenty odd delegates liad quarters there had most to do with the calling and make marked after returning from the find Mirgarct Ss 217 and Managers 210J Sale at to oclock a m Wink Nattcrwhite of Eminence mother A executor of Mrs S A Wagers I of sale Ladies city White Party A large number Some probably all of these horses could verily the half lias not been told up of the conference The ex rill on from Cincinnati and this city antt it was a constant wonder wliere their G W BALLEW of i II Sattervvhite who was murderKid iloves 35 to 40 cents hostess secured the many good tilings of missionarv volunteers were present The Kings Palace is a similar object have lowered their records materially on ed by the negro John Henderson near cellence of the Pennsylvanias track and B F DEATH KR AGE Crashes from 34- to 10 cents that appeared at every meal upon their Mr Robt Sjieer of Pennsylvania who and lieside are numerous grottoes cor nn ordinary track Jack bad not this Midway recently lost her reason ini the compleatness and extent of its equip Executors 13 i c year been sent against the watch and it per yard less than cost Good meut enable it at all times to take the best table Our visit to Jackson will ever be presided over the conference has secured ridors and recesses reading the telegram an of care of is Southern patrons 14- Xumliers of avenues have never been ii fiir to assume that he could on an nudiately alter Calico 4cts Challies 4 and the names of not less than 5000 young a pleasant remembrar nouncing his death began singing as chaaabet of elliptical track hare towered hie record 5 cents less than cost Nice persons most of them students in col explored and often a on the oremises near Waco in Madison Strayed sr Stolen loud as she could ami continued to sing Circuit Csart 1 Lace Bed Setleges who have promised la enter the wide proportions and great splendor is a second and a half possibly more The county Ky offer for sale publicly if not 2o Lace Seventy Wethers Branded on back sold privately betore that time the r arm of for an hour then broke out into a laugh Grand Jury J T Shackelford Al foreign field Among the marked men found along well known paths The feÂ¬ other performers might have done the me and turiains a 1 with red paint TAYLOR RICE She continues insane and Dr O bin Cornelisou H C Broaddus i AV w ho participated in the conference were moral of a stone or the flash of a dark the same thing but it seems incredible cheap and Curtain P Todd her attending physician fears that It will MISS BESSIE BARBOUR lantern into an apparently insignificant that such tremendous baTOC worn have ltallcw Clias Jenkins F V McCaan Dr Arthur T Pearson ol Philadelphia Comforts A good line of reason will never be restored lake a SONGS OK DIXIEA J Hanson James Oldliaru G W formerly pastor of the chun h in which hole is sufficient to surprise and reward been made w ithout some very potent her Jents Pants to close out 50 Dr James the explorer in localities where search cause co operating with the improved Telephone wires fell on the trolly Pk kels Moses Snvder D M Bright Bha confen nce was held to 75 cents below cost Over Good house outbuildings fine and lasting of Girls alls 35 cts Dont buv vour form of the horses that participated in wires on East Main street and there was John C Mason Salem Wallace Jacob Johnston of Jamaica W I and Bishop would seem useless A standard collection of Camp Songs water for all purposes well fenced close How far the wonderful cavern may exthis reconl smashing business The new a general smash up of telephones D Home Songs Plantation Songs and to post office express office stores EKgaanasTaT J E Corneli- Â¬ Wm Taylor of Africa together with his Huguely For instruction in English Latin sou son Boss Taylor The mission fields rep- tend is not known but in the uiw and element was without doubt the kite D Ivell was at his phone and as he pull Marching Songs These are arranged as schools churches shops mills Ale French and German Terms and 1 C Smith R E Tu- Â¬ resented were Una China Inland Mission downs of the routes already traversed the shaped track and that it will le a great ed the lever down the fire flashed in his solos quartets and choruses with simple Petit Jury other particulars will be made Ballard W D Bishop Taylors missions in Africa and visitor travels high alsiveaml deepbetow factor in the further rednettonaof rec lace and lie moved His phone was accompaniments dor R C Mason Contains 14 pages We will until you ee ours known in person or by circular Calculations blown to pieces The same kind of n ords can not be doubted of Ja- Â¬ the lord of the entrance And there is Gregory W J Harvev W W Terrill the it ision among the mountains printed in large clear type and attractivly bottom land on Muddy Creek have in a few days the finest I N Scudder J J Brannarnan J P maica where Dr Johnston had gathered room at the top in this cave as in the for the future speed horses will have to accident at Ir KodeV residence and bound Price 50 cents Terms liberal and made known on day line of best fitting Cloaks in sUBB CARRIE BARBOUR V Stephen Green D Lewis The connection with Beatty 4000 who called him pastor and w hen professions as the top oi the mountain is be modified to accord with this new fea- many others of sale Saie at n oclcck THE S BRAINARDSSONS CO Richmond and we have for 30000 He eleven hundred feet above the valley In ture and the two minute trotter when Winchester is entirely cut off and forty S Terrill Ferkiel Forbes Thomas he was the only physician B Apply to me in Richmond or to Joe having returned from the Cin147 Wabash Ave Chicago III 145 man other special bargains Wagers on the farm Ellison Charles Frazier W C Fish T f mud them in entire destitution li years fa t it is probable that this cave is a part he comes will doubtless make his first telephones in the Bast End of the city it cinnati Conservatory of Music in goods If you will come iOHN F WAGERS ami now they have good chnrch of a less beautiful but grander cavern appearance on the kite shaped track It are total wrecks Mr Hell sent the J Diuglas James Te is Y Burgin J will take pupils in vocal and inyou want to buv a Sulky Surrey Ikfan Ir and look we will to zl order for Bwnoi Palo remnants of bis machine to the Central Executor buildings and many native lalsirers Dr the entrance of which is three hundred will now B Stouffer Wdson Chaney W L Mcstrumental music at her room in show vou all through the Alto Bhwnbfflit Nancy Hanks and the Kinney P Smith Wm Harris J P Johnston is a Scotchman but his mission feet further up the lace of the mountain It is almost beyond redemption Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor 5- At the tame time I will sell my farm of the new school building in the stock Should the c mnecting passage lie discov- Â¬ balance of the cracks to hie them to In Mr Chas H Stoli stilted to the Trans- Â¬ he has the latest best and cheapest undenominational Trihble B F Patton A J Broaddus is independent and rear of the First Presbyterian ered the combination will form a cave dependenee for a record It will In a cript that they had arranged to pot up He said that he had Im cii entirely Win Cornel ison Joroes Anderson Donkison has a quantity ot new Sul Ohnrrh how for Snnol to beat the worlds guard wires at once am l ile and that no uncipialcl in size and iiuty by any cave tS they The ease agnii- - Daniels for killing iiiics and Htiggies of the newest ukii record it she cant do it there Stack are up everything will lies well improved and near the above him in the world School will open on Monday Holland was before the court last and most popular pattern and at very The size ml extent of King Solomons ha demonstrated the B P WAGERS i 5- reasonable figures September Slli fot Tratiscriyt 13 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ B Willis Trustee lehtors and creditors bv uT Willis t 1 Â¬ i berlaad Jan At the south end of the great Cunlier land Gap tunnel and conseouently in Tennessee a new town called Cumber land tiap not a year old is grow ing up It has a thousand people ami is growing It is backed by a fine agricultural coun- Â¬ try has Iron ami limestone in endless quantities a variety of mineral waters and the largest fresh water sping this side of Texas The spring is several hundred feet up on the mountain side and by laying a system of plana the town w ill have water works without tow- Â¬ er reservoir or pumps An ice factory several church and school buildings tores and factories and a 750000 sanitarium are in progress A paper has been started named for the town and its editor Mr Hopkins is a live man from away back The town is overlook- Â¬ ed by Pinnacle Back and the mouths of two great caves King Soloiiionaaud Wonderland are visible from thoMfek Mr I Pat ton late of I tales A Patton Kingston is a grocer Mr Ans 0M ham of Madison son of the late Tom Oldham is one of the cave guides Major Jim Veal alias Flat Top from Fay Â¬ ette county known to every member of Morgans Cavalry the man who floored old Ked with a shovel in Camp Douglas is proprietor of a hotel He has made money in real estate His eldest daughter and Mr B is worth of Islington were married recently He has another bright and interesting sinÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ practicability of self supp i ting missions even in Africa under all the disadvan Â¬ tages of barbarism ami a sickly climate Xot all at once but within three or four yeirv hjs missions have come to and reached out to the regions le yond Dr A T Pearson proved quite conclusively that with proper effort the Gospel might lie preached for a witness to all the nations of the earth ln fore the close of the present century He showed how King Ahasuerus sent messages to all his vast empire in five months and that without the press the railroad or the telegraph What we need is a similar concentration of effort It was surprising to see some 20 young men and half as many young women who declared their determination to go to the Soudan in Centra Africa a vast region with 50000000 people and at present with scarcely a missionary Three who had gone as pioneers had died on the coast others had gone on and not lieen heard from The rear guard w ho were at the conference wen- in no way Intimidated Such is the true moral anil physical cou rage that is to conquer the world in the name of our Imrd rt Â¬ Â¬ when the one hun Â¬ dred persons dined in one room last wit k during the visit of the Kentucky editors and that in a body they went about w ithout crowding or inconvenience The longest trip yet made in the cave covers between four and five miles It is also probable that the cave extends into Kentucky an the Stateline is hard by on the opjKisite side of the mountain from the entrance The cave is the proiierty of the Bant Kentucky Land Co of Mt Sterling Mr George OotkieO manager who own many thousand acres of land at ami near Cumberland inp cave can fad is le better appreciated n lateil that more than COHHESrONDKNCE EPBVTON RELIGIOUS from FiaaoNAL Scndor Bennett is in Chicago Judge JohnC Chenault is in Nashville Mr B W Turner is home from the lr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Barnes has made another departure the strict discipline of the Presby- Â¬ terian Church and in Scotland where he barrel in field Corn 150 ier now is holding meetings takes a hand A small row on Poosy Ridge Tracy in the dance- - franeaafcr Jnraa Warner flogged John Stott KM J W I larding ehwed a meeting of Mrs James Martin of I xington is Hi days at Kuckerville Sunday night with visiting her sister Mrs J N 1roaddus 72addions Elder Harding liegan his ministerial career at this chun h more than The turn pike on Poesy Bfcfaa is doing well Six miles very nearly com- Â¬ 40 years ago During the last few weeks 2 persons have lieen added to the pleted church as the result of his laisirs llii Stephen Sallie sold a iHirtioll of his rhenier Democrat farm here and is going to move to MerBishop Hargrove of Nashville opened cer county the conference With prayer at Lexington Johnson Fletcher has bought the i orn last wick Rev John Reeves formerly mill from D W MeQuery and is doing a pastor of Richmond church was elected good business Secretary and Rev W E Arnold Asst in the afternoon Rev D B of Besttyville has just Secretary Elder Wright Â¬ closed a protracted meeting at the Wylic Cihijkt of Cynthiana conducted the service Pmf F S Foggs cornet thrilled school house Two additions every one Wednesday night Lev Harry Henderson delivered one of his finest JACKSON CO MOKRIL discourses and his father Dr J A Hen The Baptists have had a g oil meeting derson was congratulated open having at Formans Chapel since my last such a son George Pain and wife arMr John better known as Incle rived home just in time for Conference Clark died at MeKaa last week They were three months on the Pacific Jacky The Irvine Association will ha held at slope and had an ovation wherever they I could talk to you for hours Drip KK k next week Thursday to Sat went afaont our trip said he day Rev Mr CiKik who preached the ser News is scace OS the articles mentionne- - mon at the union service on last Sun ed before we could do without the day night at the Presbyterian church griK s if WC could get the others struck out square from the shoulder A fellow was asked why he did not and indulged in some right plain talk A mans join the church he replied He alniut prevailing delinquencies must Ik- right before charged among other things that the heart and kidneys be joins of American people are a nation Your humble sarvant proposal to Sabbath breakers a nation of drunkards Under the rest a week from his ialnirs of teaching and a nation of gamblers the young idea how to shoot and let last heading be included people who bought for speculative purpenan earner foddering eiptoy hands and minds lots at Bliddlesboro Iineville HarriJust an we close comes the sounds of man and other liooin places He en bells COW bells- - fmm the wedding feast dorsed Rtfr Thei d re Cuyl r la the of Mr Marcus Bowling and Miss Fowler opinion that the rock ujion which the May the yoke they take apoa their country will split and go to pieces is the necks always have a light load attached prevailing mania for money getting This place is in the corner of Rock- Â¬ Along this line he did not mince wor Is castle Jackson and Madison counties in giving the audience his conclusions There is a store and a Post office a upon this question tswreatr tlttmd church and two houses Nearly a quar- Â¬ Enrron Ciim vx The memliers ol the ter of a mile down the Big Hill is the convocation of I xington will hold sercelebrated spring The lower strata are vices at Christ Church Richmond beginlimestone and slate On the extreme ning Monday 22ml inst and continuing top coal is found Several mines have daily thmugh the following Sunday It been worked Three fourths of the Bjan is my put puna to go over from here Mon This part of day A M Kept 22nd accompanied by of Jackson in yet thahered The Big Rev Mr Hampton of Ashland We will Madison is rough and wild Hill is raid to be a mile fmm foot to officiate Monday and Tuesdav P M crest Wednesday A M will In- - the formal Of all the aches -- and there are many opening af the convocation Wednesday To which our flesh is heir P M Rev W C Barnes will preach I never yet liave known of any convocation sermon The Rev Messrs K II Ward W C Barnes W T Bhep With toothache can compare WlllIKIM pard S J French and EL A Penick ex Monday and Tuesday no icct to attend one will be present save Hampton and NEWS PARAGRAPHS myself Wednesday Penick Harms ami Sheppard Ward and Thursday Dr James Shackelford of Mavsville French It is my purpose to stay over and Miss Lnara Moss of Lexington were Sunday andean the church have other married last week plans The success of the convocation Miss Marion Wolfonl of Lmcaster depends on the interest manifested by and Rev W L Wayls of Georgetown W G MdiiKUiv the people were married hist week Wheat 1 Sheen For Sale have 2300 sheep lor ale including 1000 select ewe I 10- - iH r bushel H H Colvbs Â¬ In connection with the erie of papers now being published on Exercise for Worn the next nu nber of Harpers Bazar will contain an article on The Ladies Athletic Club at the Berkeley Lyceum by Mary Gay Humphreys 11 THE BEST -- IS OUR- - Wanted A position for Fall Term by a lady to teach either a private school or as an assistant Can teach the full English course Good references furnished Box 22 Sinithfield Ilenrv Co Bid for Your Trade UR Fall and Winter purchase was made 0 with a view of offering the best quali ties at lowest figures Our prices may startle but they will not vex the careful buyer HI Â¬ Two years experience Address Kentucky Hume are agents for first class insurance companies Try them 3V5 I have moved my Blacksmith and VVcod Shop to my two story building on Third Street and am prepared to do blacksmithing and wood work in a true 1 workmanlike manner einpoy eight skilled workmen Bring rear work to me and I wili guarantee satisfaction S U MIDK1FF 11 Burn am I 1 I lyHOLE VVORLoJl Hi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ best annnT m 0 0 0 - - 0 3 Â¬ Â¬ ri 0 0 urn jmm o en IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc BIHHEB ASSORTMEHT So Great in Assortment So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAP in Glf IS Price Jf Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ V0RIESSCK00LFIELDC0 RAMSEY Â¬ Â¬ - three-year-ol- Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Â¬ McCANN PRICE k fIFE rem 1 - Â¬ 1 Â¬ THE PALACE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ i i Â¬ PUBLIC SALE 1ST TD ud - - - NOTICE Tj A Â¬ Debtors and Creditors Â¬ kite-shaK-- d BOYS CLOTHING Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 174 ACRES Â¬ SALE OF LAND Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IM Oct 251 School for Girls Class - - 275 ACRES Twenty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ilie 150 ACRES o -- Â¬ Â¬ - i 140 ACRES Ramsey St Fife Dont want Dothin o you he exÂ¬ I plained In a dc oply injured tone the thought you was a boy antl was got n to have yer help pit th4 calf out I tbe cant climb up with lilm alone To ben tryin half an kaarr Oat o- - fee aaa tbe little lamb Us didnt Why dont you po homo and ret toeptaMnlrfit Mitzln rona mill gome body I demanded approacblnf -- that rtrti Baa aale a oun a thank tbe Lord Ja perilously near the edge In my eager ness to take In the situation pick p ofl tho floor TViii latfeapaai be was plarto with m need Well thats what Ive got to do an I fm all u more dont apose hell lire til I get hack Ike waabla a pilta M thta awk V Maady I hesitated Old Brindle seemed to rr jvu ritc I waut them thine run thro the bias o rlnae divine the situation and looked at me en ltvrly dear with pleading oyes But I should be Of aaorae folks ant to many chOd tbasaoa sure to get my clothes torn someway and then Aunt Ann would talk about the The Lord alat moatrt bo dtflerent whea Be black sheep Id help you myself if made Vm as He dlL it wasnt for my dress I said regret- Â¬ 1 alluc think Its worried Ham rlfht from the fully with a glance at the ruffles and Te have of auMa teft orer a bachelors Is frills Hut tho red haired boy did not soem worse v sat beateat ttme they gk to be impressed by my kind intentions 9 bovo laasjsa t saai You He looked at roe and grinned V theres Jots o eoastart htaady V doln as help You ho ejaculated Huh Bat sho 1 wouldnt ehaage with en they couldnt climb down here to saynotbln of gittln back si tit got much to fear NorniM Eurli to Dress gloves ribbons were of no aclively dear count after that The next moment I I bm through trouble firs n las enooch to was scrambling down the almost perÂ¬ i air pendicular path Thivru Utcm tsorc plilsi sbM wliy la I think we were an hour getting that the wear a tear lea of the every day- - not eountln slckaesa In calf up the bank 1 but it certainly was tore so many little not my fault 1 rJ MSB Bataa the ohUTc n the meals n drawln three cornered holes in my dress that I dally breath gave up trying to count them clam-Â¬ IT gotn dliy roans my my Btlt there I bered up tho steepest places on my wont complain r J turn back u my weddlnday n start right hands and knees and was not a bit dis-TRUE BLUE alat no irtaMcre ler tar toby Aova tma alcep Go easy bow b tar Hes GORMLEY BIG FOUR UAS THE v OLIVER PLOWS HARVEST LADIES EXCURSIONS TO THB FINEST LINE 0FC WEST AND NORTHWEST THE COME TO OUR Saddlery AND Cleveland Cincinnati Caleago and St Louis Hail way WILL SELL sc ROUND EXCURSION TICKETS To all prominent points in the West and Northwest GRAND OPENING aMlfH Jaf c J 1 Rich oitl OF Trotting Horse Outfits HAS EVER HAD at Rict I HALF RATES RICHMOND lnagaks H go clcaa throcTb 1t crery acbe a Bate smile n tear Doot let them collars git too blue keep tlnsln lively dear I cant see as weve any right to locate about I kaow High Art Novelties IN mm tm c Ric ny days To think Id bad rot 8 Id be a acared a up roun the las pan of W C Gorniley Co Tuesday September 9th Tuesday September 23d Tuesday October 14th All tickets good returning thirty from date of sale days too good a time Christian lot -- Uu to the promises bona- - It alnt a rd Mar far than cross Pat MADISON D Vwlks doat git crowns fer aothln Maady here nor anywhere Td rather have my ape n downs whichever N life won t never git too bine a moTln lively fSBB to hear steer thorns a hnrtto a the Female Institute The Ihirty lhird session of this noted school for young ladies and girls will open on This is a glorious opportunity for Home Seekers to visit the territory named and we would invite correspondence on the subject For fult information call on or add ress way I -- af adeltne 6 Bridget fa Jodga A BUCK SHEEP IL LOOKED AT ME SURPRISED U 17 D B MARTIN General Passenger Agent St L Rv C C C FALL DRESS GOODS SHACKELFORD -- FOH GENTRY OF- - DEALERS IN ALL KINDS f How Torn Shoes and Drese Helped Bertha Lampoon C4 saw B -- TNT in the doorway at mo look in I doubtfully dont know about letting her take ANN stood she it Moses said It seems as if a girl of n oug h t to be old enough and if it was Miily I shouldnt levens said yesterday shes tho black sheep of the family and always be I of worry- Â¬ ing Hut I never As eat for carelessness think had heard this last remark often eaoagh to grew hardened to it and Hut nso sever dreamed of tu led years Uncle Moses v before that Id make somethln some and still held to that opinion time put down the dipper to 6ay with more You lot her than ordinary emphasis Taint moren a mile take it Ann cross lots and tbe moneyll get there Jest as safe as if 1 stopped in the middle of hayiu to 1S betu r to leave the haying over a day than to losu thirty dollars Hut sighed Aunt Ann aepttlcfcrally youll have your own way about it whatever I do or say Only I want you to remember if any thing happens Moses who it was that sent her Wa al hastily assented Tnclo Moses as he started for the hay field Aunt Ann deprived of one listener I dont know but what turned to mo st ai well for you to go she ad- 1 We promised to pay for the com the fifteenth and shes particular to tbe hour Hut I wish it was Mlliy re instead of you Aunt Augusta Is the same relation to your I as she is to me and it wouldnt surprise me any If she should take it into hot head to do something for some I do hope Uertha I children iaqairea who you are youll try and act so as not to spoil the chances of family the r I hazarded as I donned my ihiwn loves shell take a fancy to me and give me a musical education declared Aunt Ann with Ion that left no room for hope - one of the most particular women 1 ever saw and any one she takes a fancy to would have to look as If theyd just come out of a bandbox You could fix up all you was a mtnd to you wouldnt have tbe style to please her It isnt in you Milly now would be a girl after her own heart I was thlnkltg the othor day I believed Id try to get her acquainted with Milly I gave a disgusted look at the reflec- Â¬ tion of my thin brown face and lank body in the glass and mournfully de Â¬ cided Aunt Ann was right Oh dear dew why was not I Milly Or if I must be myself why couldnt I have been born with a taste for sewing and fixlng up instead of for climbing trees and racing the- old horse round the lots bareback I puzzled over this conundrum till I was well on my way only to give it up as unanswerable But at any rate 1 decided philosophi- Â¬ cally as I pulled my big shade bat farther over my eyes I can show her I know how to act it I dont look as if Id I had always come out of a bandbox been sure I could talk better than Milli ccnt and over this reflection I became quite myself again and went on pick- Â¬ ing my way through tbe pasture whist What if 1 was lag Yankee Doodh a black sheep If my dresses chose to tear and my shoes to wear out sooner than other peoples I was sure it wasnt And there couldnt any fault of mine be any thing wrong In climbing trees or riding the old horses bareback Of ---- it couraged when like the frog In tbe well we climbed up one step and A full corps of competent teacher slipped back two I broke my parasol Prices reasonajammed a sliver in my finger and lost Admirable Curriculum my bair ribbon hut the calf was placed ble on solid ground at last For Catalogues or other particulars call five minutes later a servant had ush Â¬ on or address mo in to wait ered til the missus q- B C IIAGERM AN Irin came Some one to see Miss White I heard her ex- Â¬ on important business A beggar girl I plaining outside guess ieyffar fjirl Indeed But just then I happened to glance in tho large mirror SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x1 o opposite and sank back in the chair for to 10 foot lv Orchard Street new once actually frightened I had known rooms that my dress was torn my hair frowsy lotQUEEN ANNE COTTAGE Hallie Irvine 10 foot alley and my gloves stained but the know an J 32x150 to Streets Orange had not troubled mo much I TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new was not Milly and dress wouldnt make 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant much difference with a black sheep lots all well finished What I had not known was that a smear Three Elcgakt BUILDING LOTS of mud reached from my nose cross ways 40x150 sect seperale or as a whole on to my ear and worse yet tho rent In Fifth Street THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS my shoe had extended to my stocking leaving exposed a considerable part of on Walnut Stieet Howells addition 50x160 feet each What I thought a very muddy foot kT For prices on anv of the above springing to my feet what If I should MRS E W WIGGINS spoil the chances of tho rest of the fam Â¬ impure of 48- Before I could decide whether it ily was best to run or stay and brave it out tbe door opened and Aunt Augusta BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY came in and then my lost faint hope away She was so tall so digni-Â¬ died The Madison County Bible Society has Oh Milly Millyr fied and so neat Brooks in I balanced myself on one foot in a des Â¬ at the drug store of Stockton perate endeavor to conceal the ragged Richmond a large number of Bibles and and told my errand with a cour- Â¬ Testaments Tliev oftcr them at extremely age born of despair I have brought ov prices to those who are able lo buy you the money for a cow thirty dol Â¬ and propose to give them away to all who are not able to buy Ministers throughlarsfrom Mr Moses Smith out the county are requested to see that Yes She looked at me surprised the oor of their respective vicinities are thank you I will give you a receipt supplied But pardon mo I do not seem to recog- Â¬ W L CRUTCHER President nize you You are Mad Nat Bank 49 4S 1 am Mrs Smiths niece I stam- Â¬ mered Not one of George Lamp What sons children There was certainly a good deal of surprise in her voice and I felt that now for the credit of tho family an explanation must be given But she should never know I should not have come looking this way I tegan in my most dignified manner winking hard to keep back tho Hut I stopped to help a llttlo tears boy get a calf up a ravine and My long balance on one foot gave way I staggered made a wild plunge and re-Â¬ covered myself only by describing a sort of half circle with the other foot now almost bare That and the trem- Â¬ ulous smile on Aunt Augustas lips was too much The next minute I was crying as If my heart would break It it Isnt that I care about myself I gasped Ik t ween my sobs Only you musnt laugh or think any less of Sue or- - or Milly It was my own fault evt ry bit of it I loofcei all right when I siartel and and then I stopped to help a little boy with a calf be beÂ¬ cause he said I couldnt and tore my drees and my shoe and I know Aunt Ann will be so mad and--o- h dear Im the black si ep of the family and at will be and I dont sec how I can Tuesday September 9th CENTRAL UNIVERSITY KY Hardware Tinware Wooflenware AND WAGON House WHICH IS NOW TAKING TLACE Lh iimoni Msli IT IS Goods Pa BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL RICHMOND K w Roofing and Guttering Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 40 r NEXT SESSION OPENS Wednesda Sept 10 1890 De Â¬ FOR SALE THREE COLLEGES CUsssical Fourteen partments of Study RADAMS Scientific and Letters Courses New Eleg ont Blazers Microbe Killer AT 1 Boots Shoes -- s DEALERS IN BOOBS Leading to Bachelor B A B S and B L and Master M A M S and M L Degrees Also Commercial and Elective Course A full faculty of able and experienced men each a specialist in his department Attendance last session 326 from 25 Slates and Territories More than 100000 New Gymnasium added to the endowment last year Expenses moderate 240 for 175 to tuition board washing and servants attention NECESSARY Caps In JUST RECEIVED Conic to our Dress Goods Open ing we like to show our Novelties POWERS 100 Main St mm Richmond Ky Hals These Days for ANI Also a lull line of the purest and freshest EEITSIIIISDIHOOIS FOR THE MERCHANTS PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT Principal and two assistants give undivided atten tion 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 equip ment of a first class training school Careful attention given to physical training Students have access to the gymnasium and go through daiy drills under the direction of a Professor Oratorical drill throughout the year For further particulars or catalogue sp ply to L H BLANTON Chancellor R L M A Â¬ Â¬ Prof Pulliam in Jtiii le Had Iliivt TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES PKKFOMKRT BRUSUE8 SOAP8 Ae m Summer Season It is with extreme gratification that we announce the opening of our SI M M KR We entered the market to sig STOCK nalize the coming season by a slock which in its magnitude should mark an event in We have the history of all openings succeeded beyond our expectations The goods are now in and placed on the shelves We can show you the largest selection of TO LIE Awake Nights to Devise Means to Attract Trade The Managers of the H J BROTHER TO YUBA STRENG RECORD 22754 Patent Medicines TAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD Ac RACKET STORE Have Decided to Ladies9 Ladies Shoes SOMETHING NEW YAZOO RECORD STATIONERY School IN FOAL In all styles prices and grades ever brought to this market cheaper than were We recommend them to the ever known trade Our line of 13iolcs5 3 Shoes in all Styles 224 1 2 WHILE competent Ill akm mist to compound prescriptions IMF A We offer the service- - of the season of YAZOO County Kentucky at 18J A at Silver Creek Madison POWERS SoccnsoM to 39 2J E Smith --9NF0RTY DOLLARS TO INSURE LIVING COL- T- n -- Made especially Torus bv ZlESLK Bros Philadelphia Also recognizing the wants and demands of the people tor a S2 and 250 LADIES SHOE stle We have added to this line which torn and durability has no tonal We have the largest stock of QUIT LYING Awake Studying How to GO AND SEE the Mens Boys Shoes Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled Mares kept and tried regularly on jrass at ten cents a day grain fed if desired at reasonable rates Will take every caie to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible for either Yazoo is by E sreid siccf Maud S 208 i and 26 more 230 performers record 2244 while in foal and Yazoo 22yj4 by re in 230 list tw of Voltaire reord 22otf sire of Bessimere 213 a Hymen 2j8 trial 1ortion record 23 sire of Minneasota Record 227 Childe Harold two mile record in 504 in Knland Consuela trial 23014 dam of Con naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Volligeur trial 230 by laiaferia0 Chief re f Lady Thorn 2iStf 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred The above pedigree shows YaZOO l Harold llelmont Mambri superbly bred no Chief his sire grand sire and great grand sire arc each illustrious sires Volande Young Iorlia his dam and grand dam are illutiious matrons with a pacing thoroughwhere can you beat it bred foundation Address us at Silver Creek Madison county Ky CoTiiook now open 43- - THROUGH CAR LINE TO YolandC dam of Yuba ECmcHt sre of Xutivo Land tliirty 2nd dam Young Portia am stands at 300 ist dam MACKINAC Commencing Jul v 1st there will be es Ve tablished a through line of first tibuied Pullman and Wagner Sleeping Cars daily between Cincinnati Dajrton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and ah principal resorts of the Upper Peninsula D R R of Michigan via the C H and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleepers will be attached to trains leaving Cincinnati at to 00 p m daily except Saturday returning leave Mackinaw at 9 a m daily except Sunday The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets via this route composed ot such favorable and well known lines as Dayton R R the Cincinnati Hamilton and Michigan Central Ry must be appar- Â¬ ent to all first class travel No other line can offer such advantages as to accommodations and route allowing at Toledo and Detroit then continuing your journey to the most lovely resort on the A e can continent Fur pamphlets pertaining to Mackinac Island and other summer resorts reached via this line write to anv agent of the C 11 D R R or to E O McCormick General Pissengr and Ticket Agent No 200 West Fourth Street Cincinnati O cai - to tell me exclaimed Aunt Ann that evening when sho beard the whole story that she actu- Â¬ ally wanted you to stay to dinner and had you sit down with her looking the ray yon did Yes maam I answered meekly I washed my face and her maid combed my hair but that was all Well I cant understand it If she takes a fancy to any one she takes It for certain Youll get your musical education I guess if you want it and I only hope it will do you some good But I cant see Into it You and after youd helped that llttlo Irish boy with the calf and pot to looking the way you do now If you had got what you de- Â¬ served miss it would bo a good scold- Â¬ ing There there Ann whats the use of going on so expostulated Inclo Moses Shes done all right axmt tho calf I always said liortha would make a smart help it Do you mean Â¬ Ever brought to this eitv prices ranging from 2 to 7 This is the best line vou iivc aa a call before can gtt an v here buying elsewhere and be convinced We also make special mention of our MENS 5 SIIOKS Childrens and Infants Shoes in great abundance and your interests will be BY 1TTT1NG THE KNIFE guarded in buving them from us Our stock of LOWSHOES and SUITERS 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 BROUANS and PLOW SHOES in fact we have made untiring efforts in every line of our Shoe Depai tment and we think the climax has been capped So that every article sold would ATTRACT TRADE THE v PROFITS AND 5 1 10 CT COUNTER AT T S BURNAM CO Our Hat Stock is Complete Consisting of Stetsons soft Summer styles Knox stiff Hats recently received they are dandies See what style coluinnaof New York papers say about them In addition to the above named goods which we havent space to menton only briefly you can get Laundred Unlanndred and Woolen Shirts Collars Cuffs Socks Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Neckwear in profusion Shoe Iolish Blacking and oilier articles too numerous to mention We now bid ou come and see our attractive goods Attractive prices Atthat tell their own tale of cheapness tractive bargains bound to please every buyer Attractive treatment a smile and a square deal for all Â¬ be an advertisement for their house COME SEE FOR YOURSELF UWAOQUAINTED WITH THE OEOOHAPHT OF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAlrf MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF TINWARE STATIONERY NOTIONS ETC A few pieces of 10 cent Challies girl Smart I never said but what she Hut would exclaimed Aunt Ann you know yourself Moses Smith this in gnat disgust shes tho black sheep of the family and always will lie Fjullnc Iiielp in N Y Independent A Very P M POPES CAN SELL J J BROOKS 1 M CHKNAUIT BROOKS CHENAULT Rea QuecnswarE Cheaper Than Any One JHJSHAGAN HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF FLOUR A SPECIALTY Estate Brokers Richmond Kkntuckv Â¬ The Square Dealing House left at 6 J cents a yard V uIbbbBhI L Seriaas Drswback Why did you never marry Major Well it was a curious thing but tbe only woman I could have been brought to marry labored under a very serious drawback What was that Jury She was never born We Handle tne Finest Flour in Town 171 We Keep Constantly On Hand a GROCERIES Fresh and cheap that money will buy coming and going every week Large lists of City and Country Property Property mld ami bought on CommiSHiou Correspondence Holicitetl and prompt attention given tatr Ofliee in Jolni Bennetts law office Branch office at Stockton A 39- Brooks Drug Btore WALLACE 4- BOGUS Rica First door above Farmers Bank Sccessors to Wallace - M J HILL Manr I INSURANCE BURNAM Tbe Ham OH Stale Air Guest at Summer Hotel I expected to iind fresh air at this country place but I was disappointed Friend How was that MOME1TT ABTD THEN SHOUTED I WAITED Guest Why as I jrot to the hotel tbe 131 KETt RS band was playing Annie Rooney course I shouldnt do it when I was West Shore rrown up and a great piano player Tta Lovely Paata but Angry Farmer Sec here I dont you Hulloa The voteo aeemod to come from soidi lnw I cant afTord to have my grass 1 mbona underground stopped and trampled down for the sake of a few Youll bave to move out of The only living creat- berries looked around ure In clffbt was a brindlo cow which bero Lady from tho City Wo are not pick- Â¬ stood on tbe edge of a bank pensively looking orer I waited a moment and ing berries wo are gathering a handful then snouted In return Halloa Where of thioie lovely charming goldcn-hearu-- d snow tipped ox eye daisies are you What do you want Farmer Oh I lKg pardon Go right Down the bank Come over bete ahead and come again to morrow and law or t glance down tbe steep lodge bring your relatives Judge Â¬ SMALL MARGINS Fresh Sup- Â¬ THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor C St HUME CARRIAGES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES R Wo Jive U6 ply of Can- Â¬ dies with large sales with careful attention lo busines will tell and this is our plan Call and See Us WJllll VOIir Try Them Irulo Including main lines branches and extensions East and West of tbe Missouri River To all points East North and Northwost from Kansas City to Rock Island Davenport Des Moiner Chicagro and via LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Plpestono WorthinTton Sioux Pallfl ALBERT town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns and citieB itWafr la tho short direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points oonverrinjr at Kansas City it also constitutes Limestone Street 0pp LEXINCTON 0 Depot KY Tbe OlAost and Strongest American Companies NEW BUGGIES NORTH AMERICA FARM IR HHKlrl Wo u nl vnnr H-A-O-AIar a trial J EC eto T S It traverses vast areas of tho farming and grazing lands in world forming tho fpoedieet rVherftponular and economical systemthe most of transportation to and from all ciii j tc vns and soctions in Kansas Col- Â¬ orado and the Indian Territory FRilE Reclining Choir Cars betwr3n Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchr or City and Pullman Palace Sleeping Carj to and from Wichita and Podsre end Hutchinson Leading all comrotitor s in rilend rj summar warmed ty steam irom the locomotive in and fru iron dust louve Kansas City and St Joseph daily on nmvsl of n ine Eaat and Southeast with elegant Day Couches P iilmiii Palace Sleopoisand FREE Reclining Choir Ci is RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo making stops only important Intervening- stations in Kansas and Colorado Suporb Diningat Hotels at con venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious meals at seasonable hours and at moderate priceB Â¬ THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER Wew Building and Furniture SPRINGFIELD Well Lighted and Ventilated CONNECTICUT Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED 2 and LYMAN PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA -- RATES S250 per Day W B Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY - MAGNIFICENT VESTIFULE EXPRESS TRAINS IAIBISU f UlUv IL NNINUHAM ROCK BOTTOM RATES fcjy Dont forget out office banners National Bmk BURNAM is iPii 11 VN lN eniciee are all new and of the want a v re me ami Hi ai you wont go home witli 0- JOHN DONEIXX varefnrsaJe If votl is Hew Livery and Sale StaUs at tbe te The Bsnaw Girl Agwia tbotw at the ltottom of tho ra McCufdck at summer resort pointing uncom fort hi y cramped posl cst nsmotsi of a to young lady surrounded by sir or seven I ssy Jack isnt i l be j r saw By the admiring young men side of tbo calf stood a boy very that your affianced over there Jack gloomily Yes that is I freckled very ragged and some two yeaca younger than myself staring at lont know Sho was before I came sas with s wonderfully disgusted ex here Texas Sittings Kl in the sit Organized 1874 JA8 E CANTRJLL President Dk 8 F GANO Med Director - Assets 5675040 To Manitou prsMor - - Wast do that yea a whUtlin v Im k fur picklea of uniform sUe often W Z THOMSON Secretary Dr V W HARDIN Gen Agt Calls attention to its Level Premium Plan of Insurance and liberal terms of Policy Prompt and Reliable Paid up insurance given at the end of expec Â¬ tancy of life thus providing disability clause in old age Policies Incontestable except for fraud or non payment ot premium No restriction as to resilience travel or occupation Policies uou forfeitaWe after three annual payment 4- 7- Pikes Peak the Garden of th Gods Cascade Green Fahs Idaho Springs tho mountain parks mining camps and citlosMountain sanitary resorts hunting and fishing grounds and scenic attractions of Colorado Its Vestibule Express Trains are equipped with every modern improvement ttiat can add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment They also make cloeo connections at terminal cities in Colorado in Union Depots with the Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all ot her diverging lines Union Pacific For Tickets Maps Time Tables Issued monthly or further dsired Foldurs copies of the Western Trail infot mation addr E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN General Manager CHICAQO ILL Oeal Ticket ft Paa Ageat THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE HUME We hnvo erected a new niul commo Â¬ N B Tobaepo Banw Country dious Livery ami 8le StiUe owner of lid Milling properly apeeialtl Jnl ami Irvine stieeLs Richmond Kv aud afk the utlic to give 111 a nil BAH Frskie 106 hM ititen Barbsr Slup EAsr MAIN STREET iop HORSES HITCHED OR FED South Downs for Sals ha Bucks for m 6- We have opened a have tl ami AT REASONABLE BATES BMdk none horses and bugg rates 1015 PAMISil ClNXINUUAJl We I - w ami aranlee nni cla8 elegant furniture clean throughout and eharu rason JOIL AGERS I 4i-- J fcX