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Digital page images are linked to the text file. til fcr 6 -- fe rfV - -- j rg -- e ZT aW Vr - nua 1T1T1 be ii 11T1 ntoo t 6Jta VOLUME ATTORNEYS V A IV H XV fI MPHRFYS7 Sheep Logs S collided ona ourvb rllly Mangled RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER Horrilile Iteanlt of an Operators Careless-hm-Fig- ht Persons Killed and twoTer ii TIPPER A RYS Protracting the Trials 1 WAsniNOTO Â¬ - - - - ll 1 1 I 1890 h TSWSTigrai rgfe rttTrW G ft lf jv rv rrty f 16 NUMBER E T i ItriiXAM A TERKIBLE SUFFERING Remarkable Story by a Shipwreck- Â¬ ed Yachtsman lie Wag Tossed Abont on the Bottom of a Iloat For Twelve Days Matthew Watts the sole survivor of tho crow of tba yacht Kewatin arrived at Selkirk Wednesday and tells a talo of terrible suffering Accompanying Watts on tho trip North wore Corporal Olivor Murphy son of a prominent lawyer of Toronto and Private Reno of Montreal son of Lieutenant-Governo- r Royal of Ropina both mem- Â¬ bers of the North wost mounted police Tho yacht was wrecked in a heavy gale on September 0 on Lako Winnipeg The loat capsized Murphy and Kene got on tho side while Watts clung to tho cabin Reno could only hold on four hours when he slipped off and was seen no more After this Watts got up on tho side of tho boat with Murphy where they both tied themselves and remained for two days after which Murphy became reft and rolled off Mat-Â¬ saying thew I am going and hope you will bo spared to toll the tale Watts then strapped himself to tho boat with a rope and was at tho mercy of tho waves for ten days when he was picked up at Split Rock loint by some Indians a short distance from the shore almost lifeless being all this time without any thing to eat Tho Indians took him to their camp and applied restoratives they had and cared for him until the steamer Aurora arrived and took him aboard Watts is 60 years of age THE SIDEWALK OAVED And Hundred He Says FARCE FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS -- mils on the calendar were passed The report on the joint resoulion reported from the Committee on Education propoinr an amendment to tae constitution In relation to alroioic liquors was read and consumed tho morning hoar The Senate rananwd eoaaldarattoa nf ina MB to define and regulate iho Jurisdiction o the cours imposing of the ef the United bill the Senate went into executive session and soon adjourned On BOUSa Two Democrats were present the approval of the Jo lrnal lV R publicans votecC the Democrats remaining silent On a call of the Houssonly 109 member responded The House then adjourned A caucus wis c di ed immedatcly after adjournment at which severe opinions of those IT iniitilli ana respon sible for the awkward situat on were freely expressed and finally an agreement is reached to continue on the present programme until a quorum olitainel A Joint WASniNcvruN Fept C3 Pfnatf resolution was introduced by Mr Hale for the er etion lu the District of a memorial buildlpjj A resolution to the memory of U P Or n relating to the employment of women and children In factories was disru sed At 2 p m an executive session was ordered The calendar wus then taken up and sever il bills passed The Court bill was discussed ontll 3 p m when the Senato adjourned HOUSE After some delay a quorum was obtnlned Iancston of Virginia was seated In place of Venable and Miller of South Carolina In placo of Elliott The geneiil A resolution uoy bill wns considered calling for aorta n nforoiatlon about the Wnrlds Fair was objected to and the House adjourned Voor- Wash iNGTOH Sept 21 -r- NATr-Mr hees offered a resolulen which was r ferrel to thr- - Library th Commit tee on for the purchase of the portrait of Daniel D Tompkins a or the United States and former Governor of New Yrk during the war of 12 Tainted by Jirvis an now on exhibition in the Corcoran art gallery The riouse Mil providing for an adjustment of accounts of laborers workmen and mechanics arising under the eu ht hour law havin r Ivnn re iched on the ralei dir Mr Harris objected to its censi dera tion under the tive minute rule and It went over without ietioa Tho conf ire a report on the maunders of lhe Soldiers Homo was adopted was pasel The Lind The V S Court M Conrt hill was takn np and the Snatc ad journed after an xneattre session finnan Tba reael fion cxpunjnj Mr Kn spcecb from UM Retard was adopted yeas 131 Bays Wk The iral detlcletcy bill report was then taken up an the French spoliA further ation claims Item n mconeurrel in Senat conference was aahesl bills were passed to pension Mrs Oearal Fremont Qeneral Prook and Mrs eneal McClellan After some ther Senate bills had been passed the Iloe c adjjaoi Washisotos BepttS Senate The House bill to prov de for the establishment of a port of by Mr delivery at Peoria III was report Culom from the Committee on Commerce and passed The rrnjaaat of the House fer a con ference on the deficiency bill was comp t d with and Messrs Hale Allison and Cocjrell were sprointed conferees The calendar was lien taken up ndi r Bale s the first bill upon to prevent tho product it being the B riet labor from befn itnorforthe any di parti iovernm nt and Bee of et labor treat be-toprventtl s or other public used in c works After a lo tae hill was U on the calendar pissed over iv s taken up bsiagHonse bill to amend an act to prohibit the mp rtatio an namleration of rrcners and aliens and r entnc or I meat to perf ited Stv T- Tt rritor es a Columbia I laid aside wttbenl acton on objection Mr WoSeeU addressed the br Mr OB the nd Ciurt bill which went over and the Senat adjourned IIorSK A re olutton was adopted directing B of the Boom Us f rwar to the Governor of Arkansas a copy of the resolution its re thai tore was a vacancy In the Second cv r ret or that State A Fourth a lulv chin involving about fS n The land fer eiture conference report was aooed Tl e ronorrrr report on the wns agreed to A raaotttttnn ite r h ires of specula A bill vat tion agonal th Bona Paatanater appropr atln 1000000 for the purchase nf nickel steel armor and then the House od ourne I Sept W Sbsui Tha con- WaSBDOWJiatt forrc report on Ike R Cs Creek Park bill was BrerU btna on the cahnlarwere passe Tro million lollar resoluiiou for the was W naval purposes purchase ol B The b II to amend rod and lall over tract labor law was dtaeaaaed and After a Also t aaended rned brief executive session U for the Hofse A rase appointment of fivd members of the World s Fair Commtt e to report p oress at the next A resolution wis adopted to investi gate the House Pes master A number of cal endar bills were pa sod principally for The eoafereoeo report was presented and read until recess A resolution wa- - offered y Mr MeKinley for the adjournment of Congress on TOOt day at 2 p m Washington Sept 87 Senate A bill was introduced to forfeit certain lands on the Northern Pa iflc railroad Tho House millon dollar joint resolution for the purchase of nickel are was paaaod Th aoatrael labor bill was red an I am m led and laid over for the The U S Land Court bill was rccom IBB IBM Tho elght uour claims bill was siUed red After a short ex cutlve session the rejourned Senate HorsK The MeKinley tariff bill was anally passed by the House to lay through the adon tion or the conference report by a voe of 151 to si a majority of 71 This big majority was entirely Republic in The only deviation from party vote was on the part of Messrs a strict Colcmas Catherston and K ev who voted wilh the Di mocrals In the negative Mr Me Kinley then raaawted from Committee on Ways and M ans a reo ution providing for llnal ad joiirunent on Tuesday next and tt was adopt Bd wiikottt division and the House adjourned The House Committee on Acccunts to day ba ran Mtle voaUaatiOB of the charges preferred ai amst Postmaster Wheat of the House In tho resolution Introduced by Mr Enloo TILE COMMONWEALTH Mil DtcnMOXS bill authorizing tho construction of railway bridges across the Kentucky rivrr was passed by tho House a few days ago Kfntic kiass pensioned DavidCofl rnan Ellisbnry Jacob A Pow Burks ville John II Baizee Select William B White Cloverport James R M Vati arsdall Ilarrodsburg Jesse Whitehouso Mackvillo Paschal BoBtOM Ktlgore Nancy widow of Aaron Purton Gray- Â¬ son A snooTlNO occurred late tho other night at tho railroad depot liowling ten en which will probably result In a Jim Wallace a no charge of murder gro man employed in the yard to wipe engines and perform other similar du- Â¬ ties was ordered it is said by Bill Wood the night boss under whoso or- Â¬ ders he was onyard to fill up tho wa- Â¬ ter tank on tho engine which he refused to do at the same time applying an opprobrious epithet to Wood who drew a pistol and shot tho negro in tho breast It is thought Wallace will die Wood was arrested ami is now under guard awiting his trial and tho result of his victims injuries By placing his bead between an iron bed post and a niche in the stonewall and jerking it almost entirely from his body Lewis Wenns a patient at tho Anchorage Insane Asylum committed suicide the other night He was a black smith by trade He had previously at- Â¬ tempted his life several times J A Wist has been appointed post Â¬ master at Fritz Whitley County An unknown man was found in tho woods near Bonkinsville where ho had starved to death Lexixotox trots begin October 111 and continue ten days Kentucky Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias will be held in Louisville next Â¬ TTORXE IS - TLA VETERINARY SPECIFICS Per Horses Richmond - Khxtickv First 3- CaIj llui nams Building - y A A l LIIVXN - TTORXE Sin MKO u County M r A T - IA IP oc- M- - Kentccky Judge same lis formerly Mil lee DWELL A TTORXE - A - T LA XV SOOPacr Bcok an Treatment of Animal and hart Sent Free CCanM FeTersnudetlansInflnmaatlon AASrdcal Stealacitia Milk Fever Jlll sirntnH lanieuess Khenmattam liMcmprr Nasal DiMrhc ges Bot or lirabr Worms EE t anchn Heaves 1neiirionla Utlljnrhe FF- Maltc or infrr HeiBorrbutEio tt- Irinorj irip Kiclary irnn nn UH DisOes 1 1 Manic Irinilnr JIvliseasen el llixetioa Paralysis MbtaHMi cvtrJ00 Caae i th Spedflrs ManuaL - cl an1 Modlcstor Yeterinarj urST 00 Jar Y eierinar lure Ml - - 100 AND POULTBT Hes tt Jl licir i MNJ Kentucky Sold dt Drairsists or Sent Prepaid anTwhen and in any quantity on ficceipt of Price HumphrTs MerHrina Co 109 Fuilon St W T HOMEOPATHIC DEN rAL SURGKRY K SPECIFIC Ho In cse BTid 1 ft ft A WILKES SMITH 30 yoar The only nntsfiaefni rriredy for fiO ntcr i MsilKEOX Kli IIMilMl S - - - KhNTllKY Office S- Nervous Debility Vita Weaknsss Tfitrtkn fmu onr wHrx or otker chuws5 if Til fl iHTii lilUUtAIKTLRdr larr- - tUI V4er frjiLuf j oc t lit rillli RaiMinsj Halo KtieoL j in Iliciii c limited to dentistry I S C MORGAN 1 - MADISON ricumoxd Kentucky - Monumental Works 3- - office- Miln Street over Madison National RICHMOND KY KLKV BUBGIV D EX 7 1ST W - - Kkniicky Dr Sired wTT on IhIihc ir formerly Dry OaaeVl Si oreKus- occupied by Bs TBf 40fek 1 J KKhl KIRKS I i D D S KEXTCCK 7 ifc V ii iu to the profession KverylliliiK 47- r liUJa 1 flMFildJ Vlsfl - PHYSICIANS ireat Hide In the Ground Thousands of curious people gathorod at the Lutheran Chureb Johnston and Ninoteenth streets Chicago Wednesday to witness tho funeral of tho Burthree girls killed in the lington railway collision Sunday or leople Dropped Into a Â¬ Â¬ POYNTZ J IITSICIAX AND SURGEON Kextvcky 1C 1 M night Every--Charact- er V next to Whiles Drag EVANS M D SI CI A A t Ar7 S f RGB f X - and grade of Monumental Work from the smallest stone to the most RlUIMllNII KCNTI KY - CQLDEEAL MQEUMEE STATUARY When tho church doors were open the rush for the entrance caused a terrific jam Suddenly a section of sidewalk sixteen feet long collapsed and over a hundred pooplo were dropped several feet to the ground TLe crowd frenzied with excitement pushed in upon them and the hole in an instant was a mass of scrambling shrieking people By some miracle no person was injured beyond receiving urrly scratches and bruises and having clothes torn to tatt rs Over Sixteen Inches Imported Ark In Tuo Days oir 84 street 3- JT OR MOST ELABORATE J TAYLOR - TALK ABOUT RAINI at rielrna Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery - Richmond Kkxtukv I Our prices compete with city houses Designs furnished on application - i t over Ices Uioeery Imported Native Marble Call R JOHN M FOSTER 1SICIA X A XD SURGEON Kkmtckv Richmond next door to Iuxnns ureal Our Main mid Tales 3- and GRANITE always on hand and see me I- - A D FLORA Proprietor H C Geo P McCann Price -1 c MI 111 - M D s i ia x a xd s i professional RGB ex Â¬ McCAJ Whitk Hall tic Kkxiukv to t lie poli- I PRICE Tuesday eveninjr Helena Ark was visited by the most terrific and destruc- Â¬ tive rain storms ever known in its history At about 3 oclock in the after- Â¬ noon a steady rain commenced and con tined until C oclock A veritable cloudburst occurred and in an incredibly short time all the lower portion of tho city was soon submerged and hundreds of people driven from their homos The total rainfall Tuesday night was nino and inches sup plemented by four inches more Wednes- Â¬ day The total rainfall tho past two days has been 10 19 100 inches Â¬ Â¬ twentv-one-iirlredtlis Â¬ LOTTERY The ARREST Importers of erVSBBS China K Dlss Con Main s II LETCHER 1 EcusekEBpii g Wire S ICIAX - A XD S I ROE - X ani Mill Sis - Richmond - will Kkntccky LKXINOTON KENTUCKY lliilllnn A Main St re M 1 W BKKJHT KCXIICKV MM on Miiln Sluvl InSiniili Uuiktta hiiiiIioii mven lo iiiierrscopieo and iniiiiiuons ot tissues and fluids SICA A XD SURG B liumaii Ixnly Dinner Set- - Tea S ts Chamber Sets Tin Stt Lamps and Hall Limits Piano Lamps dataware Plated Ware Coal Vases K s BOLTON r i hue Wares - Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon from lureiyii Art Fa i tines aiil Ihinicstie Richmond - Kintliky The largest finest aiul tnostvarieJ stock an S JENNINGS RUIIMINH omI Kiii litV Ilora M ta OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT Special allentlon i m woolen himI all illlli- - is filled with cheaper wares and we offer iiilli Mls m iUtlal mils We ever aricty llonnopillnc medicines sent to a greater llu in than Our 5 before Lamp st cent buy alwas Our Luster Kami Chimney is good Wares last longer our commonest knives QIB80M M Mm i 4 Physicians and Surgeons - Kknik ver Aallaee ky liiees selected tmm lactones who ari known for never sliiting work Prices Ouleis promptly filled gladly given PRICE McCANN n iS n fad everything is i Al 11 - X J Ul sia ii - A C WILLIAMSON Rkiim nij offl JnsICI R IM 2S- IV AND SURGEON crn A - naoiostam Ktxuui Civil Engineer surveys made and Surveyor for Rail way a ault liUllillllg street Buniam BLACK AXD SLRUEOX Turnpikes Itisnrliraj Batimalroirivea Ac Farm drainage Town Lois laid idT GENERAL LAM Lines retraced lo topographical HpeelaJ BUUVEY8 nUenllua JlIlSICIAX - maps 111 Ben Hook ky 11AS I QOOKKB fauns and other Innds Correspond ence solicited willi parlies In created m sin ve s o mints uiouuia coun ties of K mucky 111 ael fciven pints of Â¬ Â¬ ETEUIXARf SURGEOV ih Office 9- - City Hall Richmond Ky GRADUATE ONT VLT COLLEGE rinary LK ntistry and Sterility a max office OKKICE Next doarta IIiicIihiii buildliiK ItlrlimoiKl Ky eially tu 46- lil - City Lots Male For Sale or Rent STORE HOUSE I have a few lots on Fifili Ktreet These lots lire tsTOOli I desire lo sell or rent privately the ready for sale fully located on liijih nd gently roll Â¬ large two utorv ing ground and are considered by ev- Â¬ ery IhxIv rs being the best located of any iutlie city for residences f itUHied on a Kllin good corner lot in Peisoiis who wish to build uice bouses ton Ky known as Hi tlogai MUtMN-- will d well to examine these lots I H H COLYKK will only place a few on the market tit present I have a plot of the ground at Dr Poyntzs office JESSE COBB T S BRONSTONBIBLES FOR EVERYBODY - 4Sni The Madison County Bible Society has at the drug store of StocWto i ft brooks in Richmond a large number of libles and Testaments They offer them it extremely low prices to those who are able to buy This Fine Saddle Stallion willl make the and propose to give them awat 10 all who ough- stason o isyo st the Fair Grounds are not ab e to buy Mil to we that Richmond Kv at oat the county are n the poor of tKer respective vicinities are COLT supplied L CRUTCMER President INSURE W Mad Nat Hank jg48 hands high ORB is IS d weighs close 10 1200 pounds fine action and is a model NOTICE TO CHEDIT 0RS saddle Iorse Is by Mark Diamond la dam by Tuttlc horse he by Estdl Eric and iJeil sire ofdatn of Georgette Jiiy1 ALL THOSE HOLDING CLAIMS Vara 23s Second dam Lucy by Voting against the lite firm ol Stockton Si Wilsent the sam prop Ivv Crockett 3d oarn by Cannon Whip is are 4U1 dam by Traveller erly verified to the undersigned on or bc AH care will be taken to prevent acci- fore October All those owing the dents or escapes but will not be responsi- above firm are hereby notified to come ble should any occur Lien reserved on forward and settle and save cost and the colt for the hot vice fee trouble J B Wilms CO CUAKLES L C0LYEB i 40- Trustee of G W Willis 17 SIS 10 i Â¬ 1 Editor of the llruiinirham Ala Apr Herald Held For 1 ublUhlng Ad Â¬ vertisement P Pinckard editor and president of the Birmingham Age Herald Company was Friday morning arrested on a war- Â¬ rant charging him with publishing ad Â¬ vertisements of the Louisiana Lottery Company The United Slates Commis- Â¬ sioner held that each issue since last Friday was a separate offense and put him under bond of f000 to await tho action of the grand jury Bond was An Alabama Duel inly ono copy of tho promptly given Near Brocks Gap Ala two railroad so far reached Birmingham law has Bob Anthony and that being in tho hands of the Post employes a quarrel about a Sam Buek yrt had woman on oflico Inspector who swore out tho war Â¬ tfhom both were stuck They wero rant irinking and agreed to settle tho affair Ihere and then Buckert had no pistol Well FlZ9d for Counterfeiting- The quiet arrest of Joseph Keener for but Anthony loaned him one and step- Â¬ passing counterfeit money has resulted ping back a few feet tho men began to in securing a prize A search of his homo Sre Both men emptied their pistols in Allegheny Pa discovered a veritablo md both were dead inside of five min- Â¬ mint There was a magnificent eloctrio utes Anthony was shot three times battery for silver and gold plating bo nco through tho heart Buckert was sides a table worn and marked by a lit in tho head years use for ceoling hot dimes quar- Â¬ A Poisoned River ters nickels and dollars Tho heavy During tho past few days tho fish in dollar plates wero perfect A number tho Sandusky river north of Tiffin O of people since the arrest find they pos- Â¬ have been dying by thousands and tho sess silver dollars nearly but not quite shores are covered with their bodies genuine promising to seriously afTect the public m health Tho local fish and game war Electricity Kills Two Boys will institute a rigid investigation Edward T Ryan aged 18 and O Bar- len in the effort to fix tho responsibility for nard agod tt were instantly killed at poison that has evidently in somo way Winchendon Mass by an eloctric light found its way into tho stream guy wire coming in contact with an inKnifed On a Dummy candescent circuit on Pond stroet Tho wire had been taken from tho Boston W W Lampkin engineer at tho Mor- Â¬ and Albany depot to allow a building to ris building and John Mabin a carpen- Â¬ be moved and was left hanging in a ter engaged in a dispute on tho East coil by the side of tho polo Both had Lake dummy lino train near Birming- Â¬ hold of the wire Barnards hands were ham Ala The train was crowded with badly burned and it is supposed that pooplo and Mabins wifo and child wero Ryan attempted to assist him and him- with him Tho quarrel resulted in self fell a victim m Lampkin drawing a knife and killing Mabin then and there Suddenly btrlcken Blind An occurrence happened at Wheeling A Scare In Servta W Va Wednesday nhlca is puzzling At Belgrade whilo the young King of all the physicians Miss Mary Lynch Servia accompanied by his father ex a handsome young girl who works in King Milan was returning from a drivo tho factory of tho West Virginia Tobac- Â¬ Sunday a cartridge was explodod bo co Company was engaged at her work icath his carriage Tho authorities al table apparently in her usual health oge that the explosion was purely acci when suddenly she was stricken with lental As far as can be learned no ono She was conveyed to was injured total blindness her home and physicians were called Wooen Manufacturers Fait but they are at a loss to account for her strange affliction Miss Lynch had no The Jackson Tenn Woolon Mills Liabilities 8100000 as Â¬ lavo assigned forewarning of this stroke sets not yet ascertained The failure A Double Shooting rrew out of the recent failure of tho At Ottawa O Sherman Lines a bar- Â¬ fackson Bank ber and D L Lee a furniture dealer Settlers Scalpsd quarreled when Lee drew a revolver Two hundred settlers aro reported to and fired at Lines who also pulled a re br en scalped in Idaho by Nc Six volver and commenced firing Indians Troubles aro also ro exchanged and both were fa- Â¬ shots were d v ith Indian- in Now Mexico tally wounded Both will leave fam- Â¬ ilies The trouble grow out of Lee plac- Â¬ Killed In a Duel ing some obstructions in the pathway In a duel at Hauburg Germany be- Â¬ leading from Lines shop to his home tween Lioutenant Blethstassor and beyond Lees store Both have been Lieutenant Gardner the former was placed under arrest killed Tho duel was tho result of a quarrel in a restaurant Effscts of Typhoid At Dubuque la while delirious from National Prison Congress typhoid fever Mrs Frederick Keek National Prison Congress opened its jumped into a cistorn and drownod hertwentieth annual session in Cincinnati self Sho was tho mother of a largo on the 2oth Ex President Hayes deliv- Â¬ family most of whom are also prostrated ered the introductory address Thoro is It is a most pitiful a largo attendance with the disease case Women Vote at a School Election Internal Revenue Collections Five hundred women voted at tho The total collections of Internal reve- school election in Bingharapton N Y nue from all sources for the first two months of the fiscal year 1890 91 aggre Â¬ County Boat War gated 9S503S1II against Si670774 There is a county seat war between for the corresponding period of last tho towns of Boston and Springfiold in year Winchester rifles were callBoca Col ed into requisition to aid in settling tho Crop The Cora Two parties wero killed and Tho entiro corn crop this season dispute promises to be about l5o000000 bush Â¬ several seriously wounded elsa reduction of 548000000 bushels Hot as Bad as Reportjd or nearly 26 per cent compared with Lieutenant Francis B Fremont son last year of the late General John C Fremont says the stories of his mothers destitu- Â¬ Equaled Axt Record Nelson a stallion owned by C H Nel Â¬ tion aro greatly exaggerated son of Waterville Me trotted a milo The French Flood Damages st Kankakee 111 Wednesday in 212 The damage of the flo ds in France is alline Axtels record estimated at 50000000 fi aucs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ 1 worst wreck in that vicinity for twonty fivo years occurred about ten miles west of Zanesville O Preight train No 23 west bound had tho right of way It left Zanesville behind time East bound freight No H should have been sido traeked at Klack Hand Orders to that eifect was sent out by tho train dispatcher at Newark to tho operator at Black Hand He was reading a novel and neglected to turn tho signal In a few minutes No 28 dashed past at tho rate of twenty miles an hour Tho oporator too late realized his terrible mistake II ur- riedly he telegraphed to Zansville to hold No 2 Rut it was too late Tho train had already sped onward to its doom No earthly power could prevent the catastrophe Tho frantic operator again took hold of tho key and sent word to Newark to send out tho wreck train for too well ho knew thero would bo need of it Then grabbing his hat ho rushed out of tho oflico and fled across a corn field Ho has not been seen since Tho two trains were now approaching near Tho west bound passes Pleasant Valley and tho throttle is pulled wider and tho peed increases Through a long curvo and then comes a short sharp curvo ono and a half miles west of Pleasant Val- Â¬ ley Just as it made the short curve tho three men in the cab jumped to their feet and in an instant they were dead When the trainmen first saw each other they were only forty feet apart They had no time to jump Thero was a loud crash followed by a low deep grinding and then all was still It was nut lonr before the pcoplo living in the vicinity began to gather but they could do nothing But tho forethought of the guilty telegraph oporator now boro fruit Tho wreck train soon ar- Â¬ rived and tho work of rescuing tho dead and wounded began in earnest John Buckingham engineer Wm Firestone fireman and B T Smith brakeman all of train ftft were found pinned to tho boiler head so tightly that it took several hours to releaso them were They all fright Â¬ fully roasted and mangled John Kemp angineor of train 28 had his right leg caught between tho tender and engine and being unable to releaso himself ho took hold of tho leg and wrenched It off just below the knee Ho will die His fireman II Wilson had an arm broken and otherwise injured Tom McCreary brakeman who was dead heading it to Newark on tho engine was instantly killed and like all tho oth rs dreadfully mangled Gcorgo Stoneburner and lien Bash two iron molders of Zanesville were steal ng a rido and instantly Killed Stone burners remains were gathered up in pieces and placed in a sack Bash was lot so badly mangled but was nearly ut in two above the thighs Two un- Â¬ recognizable corpses were found under the wreck in the afternoon and it ia fear ii tboy are two iron molders of Zanes cille who are missing named Ansel ind Harlow Burned Hojs and Ltrl Fowler Profilers packing houso at ho stock yards Chicago was damaged Dy fire Sunday morning to tho amount f S600000 In tho packing room wero J6S9 hogs freezing and thoy burned liko il Water was useless in fighting tho ire and it seemed that nothingcould bo lone to stop the conflagration Tho roof ell in about two hours after the firo itarted and the fire became more furi The blaze lighted up the entiro iiis every thing leavens and rendered ightor than day Scores of firemen vore directing a hendrod streams of vater into tho burning acres of lard and neat with no oiTeet It will have to rum itself out Â¬ Nationalists Being Played By tho At 1150 oclock Saturday night tho British Crown of the Irish Pa trlota Simply to Annoy and Harass Them Flrt seton Sept 22 -- Rtwate Pimples AXD- - iinicncpii n BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Q tru Blotches jfMM EVIDENCE That the blood is wrong and that nature is endeav oring to thro at off the impurities Xothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swiff Specific S S S is a simple vegetable compound Is harmless to the most delicate child yet it J rces the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood Â¬ East W When the court reopened Friday after noon Mr Runun proceeded with tho statement of tho Crowns ease against tho accusod men The prosecuting officer road long extracts from speeches made at various Nationalist meetings since tho inauguration of tho plan of campaign and also quoted from adopted at these meet Â¬ resolutions ings It appeared to bo tho object of tho prosecution to prolong tho caso na far as possible At ono point Mr Wm OBrien who with Mr Dillon was to have sailed for the fnited States next week chaffingly reminded Mr Ronan that his ship was to sail for America on Thursday next adding hat thero ap-Â¬ peared to bo a race against timo between tho Crown counsel and the ship When the court adjourned Mr Ronan was still speaking Upon the adjournment be Â¬ ing announced Mr Timothy Harring Â¬ ton mado a strong protest against tho courso that is being pursued by tho He said it was very cvi prosecution dent that tho design of the tiovernment was to protract the trial to the greatest possible length and he denounced this treatment of tho case as altogether un- Â¬ fair to tho men who were being tried His protest however seemed to have no effect upon tho court and tho present policy ot tho prosecution will it is gen Â¬ erally believed be maintained to tho end of the trial Mr John Mor ley who has been personally investigating tho condition of affairs in Ireland departed from Tipperary Friday for England Wlot FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington tile in Cincinnati May rffrtt llib I3W- - - a severe rase of blood poison that unlitted me for bu few bottles of Swifts urld I contracted HBa lve Arr Arr Lve i t uiton Arkansas Treatise on Plood and Skin Diseases free fci FciFii to Atlanta Swift B me JC A CiSs ouic r- - I -s ajH RUFF trSU- - Arr Arr Arr Arr st inl lve itieliuio Arr Arr Livings NORTH BUI Nl Kx--- Iexu Lw Paris Ii vnision u r I i Â¬ Arr Lve Arr Arr Ie 1 1 MAYSVILLR Bl 1 BRUTALLY Patrick OBrien CLUBBED who was Irish Nationalists Attacked by the Police at Tipperary I post office nsracroa has made a favorable report rogarding the estab- lishment of tho froo delivery system at A year nTCHIUEBJEIElEI KEAIKIt IN lve rr M M r arrested at 1 Bowling Green has sold his residenco and forty acres of land near Paris to Keller Thomas for S175 per acre The place will be converted into a stock farm The nominee of the Prohibitionists of tho Eighth District for Congress is Rev J C Gilliam of Perryville Boyle County Pmiis will get the benefit of the new law extending the privileges of tho free mail delivery to towns of 5000 inhabit Â¬ ants or with a gro s postal revonuo of So 000 a year The Green river Association of col- Â¬ ored Iiaptlsts is preparing to build a college Seveuai labor organizations in the State have adopted resolutions asking the Constitutional Conw ntion to estab- Â¬ lish a State Board of Arbitration to adjust differences between employer and employes The Ml Sterling Gazette says tho foundation has Veen laid in Machpelah Cemetery for a So000 monument at the grave of Judge Richard Reid whose tragic suicide and the subsequent prosecution of his assailant form a well known chapter in recent Kentucky his- Â¬ tory The monument will be erected in October and is of magnificent deaitro The large frame residence belonging to J M Clark situated three miles from Ilopkinsville together with all its contents was destroyed by fire the other Tho fire is supposed to have evening originated from a defective flue The total loss is not less than S4000 with 52000 insurance The other evening fifteen men from Paris were arrested for violating the fish law by seining Stoner creek The fine in each case can not bo less than S 5 nor more than 100 JriicE Lee who was elocted county judge of Owen County in August has only just now succeeded in gettit session of his office after a devious legal course ending with a writ of possession in his favor Daniel Beiiut a carpenter of Hen- Â¬ derson well advanced in years has brought suit for divorce from his wife Amelia Berry The action is the consequence of a romantic marriage contracted by the old man a year since He advertised in a Chicago paper for a wife and caught one a spruce looking middle-aged woman She came to Hender Â¬ son after the preliminaries had been ar ranged by correspondence and the two The fomalo sharper for wero married such she turned out to be only lived with the old gentleman three days During that time she bamboozled him out of 400 with which amount she skipped the State and has not since been heard from The mad dog fever has again broken several dogs cats looso at Princeton and cattle being lnfosted with tho malady Hon Marcvs A Smith who has been re nominated for Congress in Arizona Is an ex Kentuckian having formerly lived at Lexington Mns Geo Vannatta of Shelbyvllle committed suicide with strychnine A Kentucky widower has just mar ried his seventh wife He is s3 and his now wife ovor 50 years of age Sam MritiiKii a veteran of tho war of 1813 died recently at Bowling Green Jos Ovehton of Milton in felling a large trco in tho woods was struck on the head by a limb crushing his skull and fatally injuring him Samuel Wilson bachelor aged sixty-five years died the othor day near Paris it is believed through grief for a sister who died about ten days before Padccah claims to be enjoying tho second crop of strawberries of this year At Frankfort tho other day what ap peared to be a plot to blow up the peni- Â¬ For some tentiary was discovered days James H Campbell who has just finished a two years term bad been lurking about Frankfort apparently in communication with friends inside A sachel of Camptiells was examined and It was found to contain eighteen dynamite packages a foot and a half each in length together with M0 feet of fuse It is believed Campbell was planning to liberate some of his friends during the excitement occasioned by the ox plosion G Cardiff Tuesday was taken to Tipper- Â¬ A large delega- Â¬ ary Thursday for trial tion of Nationalists accompanied him Among these wero John Morley who has been in Ireland for some timo studying tho Irish question John Dillon Alfred Illingwortn member of Parliament for Bradford T M Healey Com- Â¬ moner and Harrington and several oth- Â¬ On the arrival of tho train at Tip- Â¬ ers perary tho Nationalists started for tho They had not court houso in a body gono far when they stopped at a corner and entered into conversation While they were standing in no way dis- Â¬ turbing the peace there they were ordered by tho police to m vo on John OCon- Â¬ nor member of Parliament for South Tipperary took v ry vi rorous exc to thia order and showed his contempt for tho police by calling upon thecrowd which by that time had become lartre to give three cheers for John Morley Tho cheers were given with hearty good will much to tho exasperation of the police who thereupon charged upon the group and attempted to force it to move forward In tho moleo that followed tho police did not One hesitate to uso their batons burly constable aimed a blow at John Morley himself but John OConnor who stood near warded it off When tho hour for tho sitting of tho court arrived an immonse crowd had collected before tho court house ready to rush in tho moment the doors wero thrown open The authorities thereupon decided not to open tho doors to the general public but to admit only those who were im- Â¬ mediately interested in the trial Tho crowd did not take kindly to this treat- Â¬ ment but pressed forward trying to force a way into tho court house charg Â¬ Tho police stoutly resisted ing repeatedly upon tho crowd and using their clubs freely on whoe or hap Â¬ Many of pened to bo within reach their blows took effect but tho crowd For fully fivo did not yield instantly minutes there was a stand up fight bo- tweea tho now excited throng and tho police At last however the crowd was gradually forced back and the po- Â¬ lice succeeded in maintaining a clear space in front of the court bouao During the conflict many persons wero wounded with blows from the rolieo mens bludgeons Ono of the moat serious cases was that of a man somo of whoso teoth wero knocked out and forced into his throat Several men wero so badly hurt as to require surgi- Â¬ cal attendance Among tho wounded wero Timothy Harrington member of Parliament for Dublin and a Mr Hali- Â¬ fax Both received heavy blows on their heads and bled profusely Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TrcKF11 Jol M ts Watclien Clock- WHrt Jewelry Silver ami Mt 1lalesl Speil Ce Mil - attention jiven to rr 1 PI FET7IN3 DIAMONDS all si AND OTHER PRECIOUrt STONFS No di - Rm Â¬ REPAIRING Promptly done uioi in a workmanlike maimer Cash Paid for Cli Gold and Silver ObjT rnlnioiilli I 7 Â¬ depot Inly 1st TRAIN in lonall 7Vj No 7 N ni h Dont forget the place- - next door ter foi to the Powt ottice lliclinoiid Ky IMs I I - de--- Â¬ Y Tlir to lOi ajgent ii - r r - W L MI - r B MOK - - i - vV lioiwla f A TTiPTfiBl ourrI intcd mid taUllVfil ansel arses bin naasi bos i-iieil f hoes aro every pair oti boitwm 1 a 2 Â¬ - - Â¬ 0 W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN Grata Fine Calf ana Laced OO - Â¬ O r tr G 2 2 l Wnifrnf INHUMAN ACT A Chicago Ihjsiciau licfiisca to Issue a llurlal Permit I ntil raid His Fee A heartless caso was brought to tho attention of tho Chicago health department Thursday Henry OherefTge is a poor laboring man residing at No S3 Kernan street Ho has been terribly afflicted for in tho last ten days ho has lost four children with diphtheria Tho last ono died somo days ago Tho man went to Dr T Saalfolt No 225 Larra- so ho boo street to get a certificate could go to tho health office and get a permit to bury the child Dr Staal felt refused to issue the certificate unloss ho was paid 7 for medical attendance Ohoroggo pleaded with the doctor tolling him ho had spent his last dollar in burying his other children but Saalfeldt was obdurata Finally the health office was notified and a notice was sent to Saalfeldt who refused to pay any attention to it A criminal warrant was issued and Saalfeldt becoming alarmed Â¬ I SR 4- Siii IV niosf fsveniblv - leoii 3 - lH fl- w f- If Ir- l rested Tiik Supreme Council of the Irish National League of America in session in Cincinnati adopted scathing resolutions condemning the arrest of Dillon and OBrien by tbo British Government Ki ssmi SniE keeps an old 51 bill tho first dollar he over earned in a glass box in his office The largost gold mine in tho world is It is lighted by said to bo in Alaska electricity and is run day and night Â¬ Thk geologist of New Jersey reports that State sinking at tho rate of two feet a century so that its total disappearance from the map 13 only a ques-Â¬ Â¬ tion of timo Â¬ From the Houso Indian Affairs Com bill was reportol to pay In tho mittoo a to issued tho necessary certificate ttt911TM the Choctaw and Chickmeantime the body of tho child bad de- Â¬ asaw Nation of Indians for title in fee composed materially by reason of which simple to 5201031 acres of land in tho the contagion had been more generally Indian Territory being land which the disseminated throughout tho neighbor Indians in MM leased to the United hood The remains wore finally buried States for the especial purpose of locatby the county Thursday night It is the ing other friendly Indians and freedmen intention of the authorities to make the thereon Tub Viedomosti says that China has physician suffer for his heartlossnoss secured so much of the trans Italka trade that tho Governor of thodistrict SUPPRESSING THEM has petitioned Ruaaia to prohibit the Two Southern Newspapers Seized for Pub Â¬ immigration of Chin lishing Lottery Advertisements In an election riot in the Portu Under Instructions from Chief In- Â¬ city of Ooa India lerwntnpnni Â¬ spector Sharp Inspector Pooth Thurs wero killed and uianv wounded day soized all tho issue of tho Birming- Â¬ ham Age Herald of that dato and the is- Â¬ Free Tradj In Swidsn sue of the Weekly Atlanta Constitution Tho Swedish elections for members of of this woek and all other papers coming Riksdag aro going agamit tho Protec- Â¬ to Montgomery Ala and fordUtribution tionists who havo had a majority in the in that section which upon examina- Â¬ House for three years Returns now in tion were found to contain lottory adver- Â¬ show the election of 110 Froo Traders Â¬ tisements The officers of the Adver- and SI Protectionists It is expected tiser Company of that city were also re- Â¬ that Stockholm will return only Frco quired to give bonds for appearance at Traders tho November term of the United States Court for publishing last Sunday lottery advertisements although they announc- Â¬ ed in tho next issue that having learn- Â¬ Highcst of all in Leavening Power ed that tho law became operative at once- lottery advertisements would not again bo inserted in their columns Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Patiick OBihen News Items M P has boon ar Qi i -- S 2 2 2 3 - -- I 1 S350 it q a Qi Lacv Â¬ tr a i hsre been toanv si Asie 32SHOESlafd0Is r id If be eaMotsoojstyyoa ssod pries j a icIoMbb aovertOo dircc nostal for erder bbuika W I DOl IIAllroklso Vlaaa t - Â¬ Sold by Jack Freernan 1 A1TTEH WELLS F B LAKK u CHICKEN Cholera Cure 1 C T WELLS GO Mil Cd fat ii Ttwi ttv Â¬ Â¬ ygf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Only a square from the Court house You dont have to seiul vutUt tbe depot Col DeliTeredto u7PtMTwL Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lnmp Coal Washngton Tho married daughter of Genoral Bar rundia who made tho attempt on Minis- Â¬ ter Miznors life has arrived in the city of Oaxaca to see her mother and family before leaving for the United States where she goes with a largo number of documents concerning her fathers mur der to lav them before President Harri- En Roots f U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 STOCKTON Xow open at Myers old lumberyard Presbyterian church next to of dollars worth of Quickest Seoml Thousands delivery in town Lowest chickens die every year from Chol- prices Try us era It is more fatal to chickens than 17- C v7SLLS CO all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that pesitireh cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a Fot trial A 50 cents botde is enough for It is guarone hundred chickens anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken CHRONIC n i SEXUAL DIS Â¬ EASES Cholera return it to the undersigned Srcimtcnbeain and Impotency and your monev will be refunded sr 1 tv I rwnt if r iori a turr rsaxs S vmdn issi Flax as fevtac I DR RICE e bMbbbsbI tJasMfBt b TvsaSajatBss Urn BROOKS 7Tj I 01 -- - fffjatM M -o aLffc I a- bbbMbV bs us fi InNtfaUL DuaUHBB HcAuitrs Kaccked Oat In Two Rounds At London on the 30th Slavin knock Â¬ s on the ed McAuliffo hi floor insido of seven minutes Though tho contest was force while it lasted it was scarcely worth calling a prixe fight In the second round Mavin got in threo which of bis powerful right completely used rp McAatiffa in this time The police did not interfere for the dato was kept a closo secret Royal W Bakti1 iOWmvP C ftfnsl 1aBBB3BBBjaaf Important Notice Debts due McKke A Tuaynok for the service of sIhIIioiis serving 111 lies anil in ss7 MM 18 All iiiarei piid to Owen KeKee lraynor farmed in 1 SH9 by M0K00 having colts living at weaning time will he paid for by Owen M owner of the Cults April 41-IEE OW BasllllsHi jf St fjf BBjaraT latjaj Mat taM A oaaywtTtrtaejta Ml kCBtTWd rr Pfcr- - aBBBBBBsfstaal ajaar tt tN IS padBitrB GonorrbO 1s j- - MbbbbbbbbbbI x s B3ll a Li ABSOLUTELY PURE bW aaBjjJsVK ocfa PRIVATE MbM Iemil aa t a r THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing COOPERS JUBILEE YEAR doubt soon be cut up into building lots The representatives of the publicans RELIGIOUS ground is now too valuable to be as the majority went there with waing plumes TwfntySpvpnth Annual Tonr of the Fa continued as a stock farm which they liave now brought to trail in Rev George W Dunlap is holding a - - Emm CH TIPTON mous Eorppaujrh Show the dust No session will ever be held jirotracted meeting at Lancaster Kentucky noted in the past as a he said where more attempts will be breeding not a racing State is rapidly ISHES BVEBV WEDNKSDAT BT Fader J W Young closed a four weeks Judging from the newspaper reports that The made to trample the rights of the people developing in the latter regard meeting at Cynthiana with 1S additions Show Co under foot recent meeting at Maysville is the most precede its coming the Forepaugh Flder J C Franks meeting at 1leas eventful in her history under the proprietorship of Mr James E The Colonel talked at length of the There was Wm G Yam Chas S Powell tyranny of SjK aker Bead the desjxitic ant Grove Garrard county closed with career a horse on the ground that Cooper will have many sensational and rules which have no precedent in history 21 additions The youngsters unique attractions to unfold for the edifcould not beat 220 FRICE PER YKAK t Rev Philip S Fall of Frankfort uandering of the surplus money in were in great form especially Nancy ication and delight of the people hereabou WclncsiJiy - - October 1 1890 the Treasury the passage of a tariff bill years old and the oldest minister in the Hanks Minnie Cassell Dr Sparks at Lexington Friday Oct 3 Danville which increases the burdens ot taxation Christian church Henry Wilkes Prince Mark Blameless Saturday Oct 4 Adam Forepaugh Jrs tatyWO000 per year and the enactment In ten races out of forty horse bareback act the feats of his Rev J A Vaught the new pastor and Stella ReluKiiit lieaten fighting dancing and clown elephants of a silver bill w Inch even poad Kepubli was repeatedly of the Methodist church smacked on thirb en 230 cans out West repudiate Record lowering was the rule of each and the amusing performances of his Sunday anl pleased bis congregation the high Blondin equine prodigies THE KOKCK mi Elder E R Taylor will preach nt the day Stoes Farm rope walker and Eclipse the trapezist 1 LMES M KKAIJY Nancy Hanks record now reads 12 Baptist Church second He talked with most effect upon the Predcstinarian are among the pronounced hits of the races won B heats in 230 or lietter force hill The provisions of that meas Saturday and Sunday in October mornin Noveinlier The hip- Â¬ arenic portion of the program and 7 heats in 220 or lietter The ure he said were so alarming that the ing and night podrome races are said to possess all the Bommwat tin- hBM Cfcero- - rVuate beaded the protests that came Rev F II Kerfoot is expected home marks made bv her which at different stirring realism of the race track shows at led a Wmi Smith from all over the country and refused to from Furope next Saturday and will oc times represented her liest record are Saratoga and Long Branch The show half mile track 21J 218 and teems with novelties throughout but It is not dead Colonel MeCreary cupy his pulpit at rJQlsboro church oa 224 Jiass it She holds the best half mile 2141 went on ko declare but is now trembling Sunday Stm is iilly and probably the most striking innovation year-oll track record for a in the balance It will not be passed The Methodist Conference in session at the presentation of the original Wild liiiri fore November The Republicans are Bowling Green refused to pan a young the best mile ever scored in a race by a West show supplemented with the thc Hmmt Wini- - waiting to sec how the eleitions will re- Â¬ of either sex She also has minister who had been indiscreet equestrian dramas of Custers Last Batfastest mile ever trotted in a gone the sult and i it is in their favor they will enough to imitate Sam Joies tle and the Mountain Meadow MassaWmtJowmoL race in Kentucky feel that their course is approved and cre in which two hundred mounted com 1J Elder S M Cook w rites the Advocate HALF TKivhhl s will then trample the Coiir titution under while they batants are introduced The street parade Virginia of h is safe arri val at Liverpool on the their feet They have declared time and can not licgin o compete with those vme in the McKill- - again in Congress that the people of the 10th inst He expects to stop two weeks raised in Kentucky are coming to the of the combined Forepaugh and Wild The West shows is pronounced the grandest Memphi6 country desire this force bill and the in Faigland and is due at Lagos West front In a recent nice at processional display ever seen in any Africa about November 1st Daw ilk coming election is the time for the citi Richmond Va the time was 247 241 American City Railroad Company will Mipir given bf aenaof this Government which God set Advocate 247 Monica the winner is a hand sell tickets at reduced rates to and from - onnnel t The Co operation Meeting of Madison some bay tilly up for others to Ik- - modeled after and raised bred it like thai kind of whether or not rights of free Americans and lstill ooonuea was held with the owned by Mr Joseph Lassiter of Rich all points Christian church at Corinth in Estill on mond She was sired by Red Wilkes as a liusineHs- - These lienenriaries shall be trampled uihjii There is more catarrh in this section of tn- a ill of COMBM form The sjieaker explained in detail the last Friday and Saturday 26th and 27th and her dam is by Champ Ferguson the country tnan all other diseases put tuw f artificial rua- ns of the force bill and showed Mr Wm L Cratcher the p resident pre- Â¬ She is a great d and will 1k together and until the last few years was urate About four- - the people very clearly that should such sided The evangelist Flder John I yond doubt give her sire another 2150 rcpe supposed to be incurable For a great ine matter sold anl a measure be paaaed they would be at the Rogers reported eighty confessions the sciitative before her shots are removed many years doctors prononnced it a local nw coMnintil mercy of the Republicans as Federal su past two months and continues the work for her winter vacation Stock Farm disease and prescribed local remedies and nd prodaet f the cam and jiervisors w ill register and count the vole for the next two or three weeks A SundayAt the Maine state fair grounds the by constantly failing to cure with local iarsrcly iaenani lot and issue the certificates of election and -School the first was organized at owned by C II Nelson treatment pronounced it incurable SciCorinth The meeting was one of the stallion Nelson Jeens ing the bounty a jury of Hesublicans will try all tai of Waterville made an attempt to lower ence has proven catarrh to be a constitu- Â¬ persons charged with violating the law most enthusiastic ami best ever held a the worlds half mile track record of tional disease and therefore requires constiMrCKEAlrt AT IAK0VES COlRT HOlSE Nothing but evil would come of such a giod delegation p resent The people in Halls Catarrh Cure An hour later and under the tutional treatment 215J law and bloodshed would most likely re the vicinity received the delegates most Co same adverse conditions he made a sec manufactured by F J Cheney cordially Officers W L elected irrat Sjieefh sult UrinltliraB Kuie Arraigned ond trial resulting as follows Quar- Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional Cratcher President J W Prather bj the K ntuk iitigrrwwai Thf witAT the OfieS has done ter ia 4j half 107 three quarters in cure on the market It is taken internally T s nronston Treiis Vice President Fun Kill and tin- Tariff aid Other Nelson trotted with- in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful 140 mile in 215 V eaking in detail of the record of the urei - White Assistant Treasurer Leadiu Usafs of the Ian- out a running horse as pacemaker and It acts directly upon the blood and mu1 Republicans during the pn sent KaBtOB af Polk Beaton Secretary There were as IiKrnssd They offer cous surfaces of the svstem Congress the ex- - iovemor told of the present from Madison Win Willis Wm was driven by his owner The per one hundred dollars for any case it fails to formance caused the greatest enthusiasm long delay in bringing in the rules of the G White L Cratcher P Smith W Vl cure Send lor circulars and testimonials Homt Junnml W Oldham John H Sale Hamil- Â¬ old Hanover court House and how Democrats had been un uaint Morgan the owners of thor Â¬ Address give the Bepabticaaaa majority ton F P IVnton China lay with the words seated to F J Chlney Co Toleio O sufficient to pass mea perpetuate Remarks of Squire William Willis be-- oughbred racers have brought suit in rthy m 16 20 of an orator wh Sold by Druggist 7c reuit Court at St Louis Mo their existence am of the admission of iore me viauison and r still county co11 nrv day Republican Territories while admission operative meeting held at O rinth church against the Wabash railroad for 54000 irncl out in was for several of refused New Mexico and Arizona fie - it had l cii cx Ftil county Friday and Saturday Sep- Â¬ theirthe deathbyand damage toof trains a collision hones vernor cause thev were eniocratic though they tember 26th and 27th have double the population of Wyoming Brethren Sisters and most worthy at Warreiiton Mo last June while of Kentucky tfoa and blah Chairman Tl you will give DM a few they were en route from Kansas City to He told the people n of hard minutes I will show op to yon the rela- East St Louie In the bill of damages times is lierause of had legislation on the tion existing between the Sunday School the colt Ganges killed ia valued at 12 Sb part of the Republicans They have de sad the State There is no question of 000 the colt Tittle Prince also killed at monetized silver and now the men who greater interest than that tJOOO and the lillies Mary Met liwaii i lilt day when have uinm the relathe gold can purchase the labor a id tion of the Sunday School to the State St Bridget and Josie and the eotta Leo there and farming products at their own price and Oklahoma crippled and damaged to As christian citizens we cannot too careof He 4000 The remainme length the pres fully study this relation nor put into the aggregate ent threatened money panic ami in- pi act ice too thoroughly der of the total amount asked is made up r the means of forfeit money paid and stable chattels formed his audience of how Secretary preparing the children r and youths of the Windom is paving interest on bonds country for an Li n Stock Record exalted eft enship ion t The - due eighteen months Ik and relation is a very intimate one as much Halo Wisbenefiting the boadboklera and so indeed as that between C0NCEH NINGJA RM ERS the oclock train the Sunday moneyed men with taxes paid by the Behool and Church Mi differing only in the NjMr Tuesday night of last week at Both the Bsetaod and results people that the Church is of more imjior Cumberland Gap Syrup of Figs is taken it ia pleaou miii tance than the State Yet inasmuch as takih ami rnrsTs In Boyle county J C Caldwell sold and refresbiiirr to the taste vv ad le The tariff was presented in a very clear christians occupy a twofold relationship 273 prime export cattle b75 lbs at 4 gently yet promptly ou the Kiltey ivered by manner The apeaker declared his an- - that is as citizens of the Divine Kingdom Liver aud Bowela cleauso i the aya red iy coiiipromising opposition to trusts and and of the earthly kingdoms it becomes cents First class mixed hav in Boyle county tern effectually dispels colds Lead iitletneil t said if they could be broken up in no ns to use such means as lie in our power 20 cents icr hundred by the wagon load aches and fevers and eorea habitual rt and other way he was in favor of passing a for the highest development and good of coustimtion Syrap of Figs is tltc jiarty and law to punish every peiaoa who forms each We are commanded to do good delivered only remedy cf its kind ever pre Sheriff Bales shipped to Boston last duced pleasing to the tasde such a moiioiHily with imprisonment in onto all men and this can be accom ni plished by considering thoroughly and week 11 cars and to Ikiltimore 10 cars of ccptable to the stomach prompt in the penitentiary its action and truly beoeficta in it The extravagant appropriations made carrying out as fully as possible such export cattle - a man prominent effects prepared only from the most J A Bamsey of Clark auctioneer by the Republican Congress were ex means as will tend to the establishment from gixnl old in plained the cause of the deficit in the oi goNi government ami wise measures reports sale of F M Arbuckle near healthy and agreeable subctaccs iU of public policy The future citizens as Kirksville yesterday many excellent qualitiea onmmei iry Kentucky and the family In conclusion the speaker declared that well a the future law makers are com- Parish i Douglas have bought of J T to all and have mado it the moat inent in the fiiir I of the children of to day How Tribble 4o ratic outlook was never brightcattle for October popular reinedy known - Mian entered Syrup of Fi jfs is for sale in BOr - that they will shall they become good citizens in the delivery at cents nt twen- - er and every indication and Jtl bottlea by all leading drug have from twenty fire to fifty majority in highest sens- of that term and how shall Col Roy C White has returned from before the end of gists Any reliable druggist wh the high la regiment the nextin House and will sweep the tliey be prepared for the welfare dutv of the Columbus O State Fair where he may not hare it v hand v ill pi legislating wisely for country of the bought a premium Polled Angus bull old he cure it promptly for any one people T Will any course tend more fully the 11 SPEAKER i vlllivv El I ites and Mr C F Colvvcll anl Mr J H wishes to try it Lo not accept any towrard this result than proper training At the close of i of Whitley county have arrived Fubetitute b Speaker attbethrsboklof life And will any Sharp 100 head of cattle and will be the Kline Cardwell ad Ire with on the audience He re- - course oi CALIFORNIA FiG SYRUP CO training lound superior to that they had listened to one of that the streeis court day SAN fBAHCISCO CL obtained in the Sunday School ex en thirtv L0UISVIUE the grandest political addi rmade cent in a few notable The Ci iMvx s in receipt of an invitacases where parents he wanted to in the cmnty and he moved a vote take great crsoual interest in the train- tion from President Spencer Cooper to the enthn- thanks to the Congressman which was ing of their children in hi inging them up in attend the Hazel Green Morgan County K ntnckianf him uj and Heat him hea lily given the nurture and admonition of the Lord It Fair October 1st to 3rd Srry we cant to Eighth district and In r related calls Mr Card- - may be said that the public school system attend cojile in that well aiade a rousing five minutes speech A good bull is more important than a oi nr country is siitlicicm for the trainAmong those in the audi ing of our boys and irls for the citizen- Â¬ talli m because a foal from almost MeCreary is ifrx oa Colonel W R Aylett and Captain lack diuin height with Hudgins who sjMke in the highest terms ship of the future This may be SO if we any scrub stallion would make a work HAS THK- consider a godless training all that should horse but a calf from a scrub bull may air and slightly baM iore of Colonel McCrearys addr shed The instruction obtained in not be able to work in the dairy at all a uiou- sprinkled The ex Governor returned to Rich the Sunday School supplements the pure Et with fray a round face anl leas mond aud left last sajdat for Washington intellectual training obtained elsewhere A cattle syndicate has purchased 700 am countenance FINEST LINE roe seEAKEit and is that which will prepare the young 000 acres known as No Mans Land just He - man of much learning andade- for the highest possible usefulness in the north of the Texas Pan Handle and 500 The FpringtfaJd Republican lnl cotiveTKitionaliht Then- is Ilia style of ntatire and Hometimex a strong desire for a northern speaker state as well as in the Church I think 000 acres in BOrth Texas making a range He made an but there is hardly any one among the the Sunday School is the beat mode of of L2S0y000 acres which will be rented to uent am impression uixin his bearers esterdav northern rcpr seiilativcs who has all the doing missionary work and is a might v cattle herders Parents will U hard to remoc There are several giod auxiliary to the Church When he aeeded qualifications One hundred and sixteen hois at enocladed Speaker Ordwetl sail it able nun but they have not given Special iuouu jiio uie neans ana iniuils ot vour about 4 per cvvt milch cows SH attention to the rules and have not served children a love for attending Sunday f the mo t powcrfal arguments i heifer calves 1975 8 steer calv long enough to beeosae veterans go with them every Sunday and l yearlings from 29 to Mr School r listened to 330 31 Haw ice John rage Springer of Illinois and Mr Bynnm of lend your energy and sesjuaaee in prop-feeders wt 112 lbs S4L30 agatingan organization calculated to re 23 fat feeders 7 i0 lhs 2170 1 mare by an iaeaa of the eoimtv declarei Indiana will probably get the v AM their own states at the outset but neither dound to such honor and glory If there Belmont soxi it was a master that colt by Yasoo 350 is likely to w in the nomination If Frank be no Sunday School in your midst try Morgan Eagle mare gyre old MR H Hurd of Ohio were hack here he and take some steps at once in the direc- yearling tilly 101 255 to pair mules The meeting was held in the eourt tion of establishing one The Sunday- would make a sandal seakcr A man I7 A fair crowd and good sale Total BC and was called la order shortly he sterling charactci clear mind and cour- School will reach children when the pul SX 0 dock by County Chairman K L teous grace he was one of tl e victims of pit wul not U the harbinger of the who introduced Hon George I an church among the comii the new awakening for high duties alien MATH 1 MOM AL pjieaker the name of free trailer bad more ter- erations It will ojk ii the beat a of - id he was not present to rors in it Yesterday were married by the grand than it has now for the average thousands for the reception of the light of make a sweeb and would not father of the groom Ivev F Forinan 1 voter Rut Mr Hurd is too actively en God s eternal truths It has been the of Hanover to hear Bated by the Bev B M Palmer 1 i in RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD the practice of law to sacrifice stepping stone from ignorance to knowlshed gentleman from Ken himself again on the altar of public duty edge from overty to wealth and from I Mr Benjamin Bice Pormaa and Miss tu Lelia Douglaa Harjier The wedding was and the place which he might till in d Hi- kopek salvation Let us not KKiOVEEXOR aCBBABT ll be held by a smaller man more only encourage the great Sunday School a very quiet affair none but the iunnedi ue families of the contracting pawics be n Hiimi diplomatic and less courageous than he work but give our energies to it and in was when he was in politics the great day of days we will not wear a ing present Mr Forinan who has Ik en so foi eunate as to win one of the fairest If a northern speaker is not closen the sta less crow n tleman who was abont to of the young ladies of New Orleans is a time in Virginia said selection may le made from one of the gentleman of the highest character intelHORSE NOTES I laaBMl for the audience Understates iov MeCreary of Keligence and cultivation After receiving liim He was mindful of the fact ntuckys lieing urged by his friends to Roliert C Boggs Red House sold to the usual classical college itlucation at home of his ancestry stand as a candidate and he may do so and ablate that has given so many great He has had considerable experience in John W Fox a nice hay harness mare for the Tulane University of Louisiana lie graduated with distinction winning a MISS BESSIE BARBOUR will He was ate re- - the chair both at Frankfort and in untry The great race at Cincinnati between gold medal ami diploma at the Boole Hew inty that bad Washington of the As take a trick Henry and Henry sembly of the Kentucky Igistatiire at Nancy Hanks Alabaster Beany ffumore Com men ill College He then took a of the same time that Senator Carlisle vva and Mattie II was declared off on ac two years course in the law school of iitry Girls Tulane Iniversity by which he was Uiful allusion to the Old prcsident of the Senate and the two are count of had weather graduated last May ami admitted to the For instruction in English Latin Iov MeCreary was often emor said be warm friends Theodore Dona sold to i J White A bar His charming bride is the daughter French and German Terms and me f Virinia to apeak called to the chair when Mr Carlisle was Son the stallion known as the Old Man of the late Win P Hariier a gallant offi- Â¬ other particulars will be made sjieaker of the national House and he day pony for S2W hut he died of attad true and tried colic cer in the Confederate army I Wim He bad seen him faithful to made several rulings which are cited in a few days aged and later known in person or by circular JO years civil sheriff of the parish of Orleans She islitueuts and serving them well as precedents in the liooks One of these Mr H C Traynor has been wired by is the MISS CARRIE BARBOUR niece of the Hon Douglas C lion fcaaawd the stealing of his opened the way for the rapid develop Mr Pearce the owner of Susie S i tain of rbervflle formerly an able niem the Bepabiieaaa The afaeeedr ment of the navy by liermitting appro to Ik at Pittsburg to morrow to drive the her of the State Senate a leader among having returned from the CinUB the most dis- - priations for its extension on the regular great mare in her race aid will leave Irs people and esteemed for his integrity cinnati Conservatory of Music ll be liad ever witnessed in the appropriation Gills Qov MeCreary is a liiernoon will take pupils in vocal and inand admired for his wit and sholarship man of fine scholarship and sjeJantod Prof Clark of M F I is smiling this The Times Democrat in common with strumental music at her room in manners and tKk up Henry Clays work i and aaauaa n account of Chiefby Lisle Wilkes their many friends wishes the happy the new school building in the in Oosajsasj in promoting the congress of record of the having made a records of 210A at Ba ot the First Presbyterian couide a long prosperous and happy rear the thre Americas This work came juirly of recent years Colonel Maine the Professor owning a half inter- wedded life A TVeVS JPsBM M Church naturally to him as a memler of the s history was a carnival erat committee on foreign affairs of which he est in the noted School will open on Monday of scandals I of errors W II Gentry of Iianville sold to U became chairman when Perry Babmonf 9- September 8th W anamak- DIED M Lanford of Woodruff 8 G the bay wassent as minister to Spain iov Mc naapaiga fund and his yeare-oldby would make a good speaker and stallion Expectation Gen ution to a place in the Katie B Roerts wife of T B Rolierts dam Red Light lv Ad osssortothe late speaker Cabinet the gift af lha aaMaaj to Harri- formerly of Richmond died in Ixxin2 ministrator for 1200 from the sam State Mr Carlisle tou on Tuesday September 22nd COIL EL C Traynor won 011 three hen CO m Be t ld af how t Iniant of Mrs Aliie Tollman grand Â¬ Lebanon Fair races last week Ir Benj Williams colored Bho Honae of daughter of Wm M Ballard this place with Catchpenny year-old race Wim and a rulary graduated physician from Ohio die at Mill laic near Covington last THE undersigned have formed a partner Â¬ is i mg introduce Iiv Kbl J CGraves with Minnie 15 thong ring the House of Representa race withLm to sell all Winds of Coal and Lumweek and was hurried in Richmond ber tives where above all other places law to our colon d citizens with a view to lo- - icror Wilkes out of four starts at the lowest maikct price and re- Â¬ cemetery spectfully request a liberal patronage from There are about ler should tie ahasj Mr A Smith McCann has opened a the public The yards are located on 3onBcolorf citizens derv arid numy of driveway through WBAT II Sheop Hor Sale the nou d Fairlawn Orchard Street and also on Third Street treated by piuk tramp 1 1n on the uitiliil have 2300 sheep for sale including where vr will build aid had been in session completion of the new railroad to this loabt djg home of t ttsjiitiib tea fatal month to tb mont Ab- - 1000 select ewei place T S URONSTON lM rdeen mid 1 ji will no 10- H H Colyer M M HARUER Â¬ FINE CLOTHING You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat fl50 Â¬ Democratic Ticket 1 I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest styles and goods and I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES best Â¬ Â¬ - I Â¬ 1 -- T3rrvt JDUUub Â¬ three-year-old- all sizes qualities and prices Try a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices nrl kJllUUO CtllLL GliAnG Hats Winter is coming and nothing is more sary than a good pair of Boots or Shoos neee 1 h lVe TJofo Xlcl Lb TT-i-lvrxTo- of three-year-ol- d Â¬ T7lTTTCsh4Ta JO UrniSJllIlg n rrirC A Shirts from the cheaPcst P- - Collars and cuffs in abundance Neckwear Handker- heavy Â¬ chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders three-year-ol- u 30- - -r V Â¬ W A GRAND Light medium siik Etc Etc plain fancy cotton woolen Â¬ POWELL Corner 3VroI3Le3js Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FEAST OF BARGAINS Â¬ Â¬ Having determined to change our business January 1st 1 c Â¬ f- Every thing in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EVERY lie ARTIGLE A GENUINE BARGAIN Â¬ - 1 1 1 Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Underwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole Â¬ Crooke Bennett August 27th 1890 Urmston ir- - Â¬ DO YOU KNOW THAT - ISCHOGL CO SEASON IS AGAIN AT when mothers and have to puzzle about something Â¬ Â¬ tk G0RJV1LEY W C HAVE FITZPATRICK SUITS 1 Â¬ PRKCI8KLY WHAT YOU WANT IN fODR WE REFER TO KITCHEN yn Â¬ THE UNSURPASSED THE fathers minds for 0Ft their nice their Boys to wear to school Saddlery This Fall we have tried to take the worryina away from par ents by laying in such a hand some stock ot BOYS two-year-o- ld 1 Â¬ and 1 CHILDRENS CLOTHING of every description Â¬ Â¬ Mag fcs that all you have to do is to come to our Outfits Â¬ Â¬ Lexington Belle Ronge 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 has shown to be the best and durability styles however which Â¬ experience all things considered Â¬ for convenience i these are the two piece suits and buttoning cutaway all IfceM t Â¬ with pleated coats either with or without belt W C Gormlcy Co Â¬ m Â¬ School for Girls Class COOK STOVE FOR YOUR HALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT MOST EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WINTER to the neck or with lapels coat and with the vest sack suits having knee pants for a school just the thing For and young men im boy boys the larger Â¬ Twenty JEWETTS BASE BURNER THIS IS THE SEASON FOU DOVES AND THE PART RIDGES ARE COMING APACE WE HAVE THE Â¬ about the same style garment Call are used as for men - and examine onr stock before you purchase and we are confident we Â¬ Â¬ il will sell you In the Guns and Ammunition AND YOU CAN HAVE THE FUN future as in the past we expect to give every one fair treatment and honest goods thereby building Â¬ PfclCHMOrV - o UDJIIlEi Contractors andr Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES up a reputation that will be lasting P COVIKGTOK MITCHELL -- Â¬ Turarnra a specialty r cash W C Southside Main Street near Hotel Glyndon Clothiers and Furnishers i- FITZPATRICK i CO HS Doing His Dity Mr James C Hemphill of Lancaster 11 October 1 1880 wv known here and who has numerous Wadnsedar relatives in this county has lieen elected lolice Judge of his town The Record Look at the auction ail in this issue says Judge Hemphill fined Ned lm lkUW aria to day Powell saleto dav berSoO on last Friday for furnishing whisky to two Kxiursion to Cincinnati Sundav Mined Ikivs ieo Wallace and Harve Robinson in de notice Gs as Louisville to morrow on the new kail of which he was sent to the work- Â¬ house for 100 days railroad THE CLIMAX Mr T B Ayresand family have re Â¬ Ocil September 23rd turned from Louisville where they have Mr M MiKnrty offers hi house and been living fur several months They lit at private sale See ad will make Richmond their home A Barlow and Mr K K I Si B will run an excursion wife have re- Â¬ turned from Florida where they have list ille tomorrow lived for several years They rather Sr ntice of s ivial I Kiit sale by Wal- - the Old Kentucky Home and maylike lie - tor ounty Court day found here or hereabouts hereafter lay linnitlit out the overciats ami Richmonds growth is bringin em home nas and Sunday kept them in line Ten iouml boy at 11 Thorpes Costing Home Obacerang Farmers coluir report of the Arhuckle sale yesterday I i for Jeaeral Morpan as a Christian The appended paragraph from the Icx bngtoa Genette will probably Ik news to the followers in this county of Oen John H Morgan as thev saw little of him after A gentleman who w as a the hio raid prisoner ot war with the late General John H Morgan in the Columbus Ohio Jicnitcntiary gave us an insight into the character of ien Morgan that was new to ns and doubtless will Ik-- to most of our readers The gentleman spoken of is Co Hart KbeOB who knew Morgan intimately and he said from the time he was captured on his Ohio raid and confined in the penitentiary that be became deeply and unaffectedly a religious man that most of his time while a prisoner be pass ed in reading the Bible and other religious hooka and was ever afterward consistently a pious man Col obson said that General Morgan was more affected by the death of his men than lnv General he ever met with He has seen him get off his horse and raise up the head of a dead comrade and weep over him its if he was his brother This tenderness for his men often made him hesitate to make changes where lives were sure to he sacrificed yvv y y v but where a man of less sensibility might have gained considerable advcitige It was his sole defect as a militarv leader Jeptha Cornelison a fair sketch of but a most amiuhleone whom we give above died suddenly at reattyville on last Wednesday He arose utihlcn Wedding Mr and Mrs Stephen D Walker cel early and went out upon thestreet where He ebrated the fiftieth anniversaiy of their he fell with an attack of choking marriage at their home in the Southern was picked up and said he would soon part of the county last Wednesday Ib- be over it but was in a few moments is 75 years old and she it They have seised again and died He was about 71 eleven living children all grown and years old Jeptha Cornelison was a native of Mad nine of them were present The couple are in good health and no man of ison and has many relatives hereabouts his age in Kentucky can bring down as He leaves a number of children among assay birds on the wing in a day as Mr them Judge John J ComeUsoa of Mt His wife preceded him to the Walker About fdty persons were pres- Sterling ent at dinner among them Mr Walters grave only a few months and shortly b brother fr n Oarrirl county who re- fore her death the couple passed the 50tfa Deceased cently celebriteil his 50th anniversary of anniversary of their marriage ed a marvelous memory his facwhich the Lancaster Record says The iolden Wedding of Mr Wade ulty for recalling dates places and cirHe was a EL Walker and wife Frances Ann cumstances was wonderful Baker was celebrated at their home law yer by profession and a mechanical He invented the Morgan saddle in the upper end of Gar genius Fleetwood and manufactured them at Wytheville rard on last Thursday the llth inst and was largely attended by a number Virginia during the war lie cut the large stone steps i i front of the Oainett of their descendants and friends Rev Wm Crow made e few remarks exceel House He could make an accordeon iuglv beautiful and appropriate There out and out and play beautifully upon it were just fifty guests present one for He could make a violin and play two while he each year of the wedded life of the aged parts on it simultaneously He was a masses Light of the children were sang the third couple present viz Messrs J B and B L ventriloquist - could play a flute in one locality at night and you would bet your of Kirksville Thos B Walker Walker last dollar that it was in another place of Lancaster Mrs B F Hudson Mrs W 0 Rigney Lancaster Mrs B F He could not play well on a piano be Tevis of Madison Mrs John T Cotton cause his fingers were so large that they In the of Boyle Mrs las Bnrnside the only would not go between the keys other living child was not p resent on language of Shakespeire we shall never account ot her health Mrs Iaikesol look upon his like again Madison and Mrs A B Walker who A Remarkable Find at Last Kx plained were among the guests present on the Some months ago Mr Thomas K interesting occasion were the only witStagner a prominent farmer who re-Â¬ nesses of the ceremony of fifty years ago All left w ith a blessing for the sides a lew miles east of Rielmiond sent venerable couple and a sincere wish to Tin Ciim x office half a dozen worms that a kind Providence would still that looked much like an ordinary grub worm except that a sprout resembling lengthen out the thread of I for a wheat was growing from the top of the number of vears to come head Not knowing what they were and w c not lK ing able to find anything on the r Programme of the tenth annual con subject in the cydopeedias we enclosed vention of the Womans Christian Tem the animals in a small box and directed perance Union to Ik held at the Chris them to Prof Lewis Howe the chem But they tian church in Richmond October 1 2 st of Central Iniversity were lost on the way and there the mat- Â¬ and 1090 ter ended Wed lesdav Morning October 1st dancing over the Scientific American a m Devotional Roll Call of Superintendents Appointing Committees Cre- Â¬ of Sept 27th we found a full description dentials Resolutions Courtesies Fi Â¬ of the worms which we append It is entirely probable that Mr Stagner pos nance Minutes of Kxecutive Committee the only swetos in America and Miscellaneous Business Noon tide Praytherefore the only rata trees in this er country Wednesday Afternoon 2 oclock D The Scientfic American says The votional Reading Mhurtes Report of Committee on Credentials Bepott of oddest Misect in existence so odd that - it wire vouched for and explain Â¬ Corresponding Secretary Bepott of Organizers Question Box Address ot PresÂ¬ ed scientifically would be considered a hoax is the aweto It is not easy to ident decide whether it ought to be classed Wednesday evening 730 oclock Ad dress by Mrs C IS Ruel Corresjiond ig under the fauna or flora of New Zealand for it is as much vegetable as aniDeuel My X W C T U mal and in final stage it is a vegetable Thursdav October 2d 0 oclKk a in Devotional Minutes Beportaof Super- and nothing else This is the vegetable intendents Pros Mis Sterrett Nar- caterpillar called by laturalists Hijiiiili riresccaa It is a perfect caterpillar and cotics Mrs Rettison Railroad Work a fine one also grow ing to three and a Mrs Davis Heredity A Hygiene Mrs Intil it is full grown it Boring Social Parity Mrs Dodge Rc-- half inches conducts itself very much like any jMirts of Dist Presidents Thursday Afternoon 2 oclock Devo other insect except that it is never found anywhere but in Um neighbor Reports of Superintendents tional Juvenile Mrs Peauchamp FI iwer Mis- Â¬ hood of the rata tree a large scarlet flowered myitle and that it habitually sion Prison and Jail Mrs Munnell Parlor Meetings Mrs Wilkinson Kvan buries itselt a few inches underground Then when the Aweto is fully grown it gelistic Mrs Henren undergoes a wonderful change For ocl-K-Thursday evening 730 Ad some inexplicable reason the spore of a dress by Mrs C B Buell vegetable fungus the opaania Jiolx rtgii Friday October 3d 0 oclock a m Devotional Minutes Reports of Super fixes itself directly on its neck t ikes intendents Young Womens Work root and grows like a diminmive bul- Â¬ Wallace Scientific leBSperance rush from six to tea inches high with- Â¬ Instruction Mrs Watts Kinder garten out leaves and with a dark brown he d and Kitchen garden Miss Beeler Re Â¬ This stem penetrates the earth over the port of County Presidents Flection of caterpillar and stands up a feu inches BOOVa the ground The root grows simOfficers Boon tide Prayer of Friday Aernon 8 oclock Devo- ultaneously into the liodyfills the caterpillar which it exactly in every tional Minutes Bapiata of Saperintend part without altering its form in the enta BaMinth Observance Mrs Gish Sunday school Mrs Linney State and slightest degree but simply substituting County Fairs Mrs iivens Report on a vegetable substance for an animal sub- Â¬ stance As soon as this process is comÂ¬ Resolution Committee Kvening 7 130 oclock Ad- Â¬ pleted iKith the caterpillar and fungus Friday die and become dry and hard but dress Mrs Mi Hre without shriveling at all The thing is Circuit Court then a wooden caterpillar to say with a The case of Commonwealth vs James wooden bulrush standing up from its Martin for killing Emory was given to neck Paaaar Manic perhaps would the jury on Friday and a verdict of not better describe it than wood It can be guilty was returned taken out of the ground entire and preNext came the case against Costcllo served for any time Where tbeaweto is for killing Brawn and be was acquitted found many specimens can be obtained on a plea of accident It is a light green when alive and the Judge Morton then had entered of Maoris eat it in hnaoft state when it re- Â¬ record a rule against jurors in the Mar- sembles marrow When dry they jkjw Last iiwax stated that Will TheR ST I B R R will run an ex tin case to wit der it for use as a flesh die in tattooing red jainterwas cursion to Iiuisvil lr ine an the grand Martin Green Bird Deatherage X P It is ceitain that the caterpillar and missing an i t nought to Ik crary sad parade of the Satellites of Mercury Cobb T o Cktaey G W Bogie Jake fungus were made for eatdj other as the wandering al out the country We Will start from Richmond next Thurs- Haikett Baxter Wells Caleb B Parkes Ilijiioinever found without should have ail Charley and not Will day Oct Sad 1SO0 at 1 p in and re James Lucas Wm Johnson EajB Sjilmriii lUktrtm grow ing out of it and Charli ni alKiut fourteen miles turnim will leave Louisville Friday at Tevis and J V Crawford to appear Spfurria Ritl rtfii s never found without from town and is at home doing well 2 p m Fan round trip 365 Tick- - on the second oay of the March term to aterpttlar with it Our engraving eotMiderirr nature on train Ths will be a de-- show cause why they should not lie wis made from one by the I and cause of his malady are not kuow proceeded against for contempt of court Graphic from a bketeh by Major General 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VÂ¬ has recently performed two J Simmons and Sons are cJosiag oat Lexington successful operations for cataract savs mercantile liusiness at Kirksville the Transcript One of them was on Win A H I ilors condition is slightly im- Fowlat a patient at the Catholic Hospithut he is still dangerously sick al of which Dr Trapp is physician He The Muddy creek bridge on the Three is a grandson of the venerable Dr J G railroad was BWBg into Misitioii Chinn His first effort having proved rday suecessful a bright future is assured Dr Mr J F lerrys side of house and lot Trapp thinks of visiting Richmond at an ior to lay has been indefinite- Â¬ earlv dav ly poatpoauL Street Car Line Leased 11 White A auction begins Mr William Devore the omnibus lav Oct 4th 1M0L Kememlierthe man hs leased the Richmond Street Cr Line for a term of years He pays 7 jier 1rof 11 K GsSSaa select school is cent on the stock the first year and 8 in a new house built per cent thereafter Miudy domicile This deal places e purpose on N rth street the st xk at it par value The line will Billy Mr Willis HsbV and family now re- Â¬ lie extended in various directions siding on lreck street will ri move thi lias eBaabed from stage driver to pro prietor of a stnvt car line by way of an week to his farm on Muddy Creek omnibus and transfer compain and The financial condition of the eonntrv soon we shall expect Man to own one or folly set forth in an article published the other of the railroads to days Cum ax Pnrchase ef Lots Fannie Harris of Bpeedwcfl lias L J Frazee and County Judge Ir ors hook that has heCB n the John C Chenault have bought of Mr T more than one hundred years S Bronston five lots corner of Mebetley Mrs S 1 low ll near CnionCity has avenue and Fifth stret for fjSOO Of the date of her sale of land from Messrs Kvans c Brks three lots on the Uttuber 4th toOctolier 11th Bse hand- - Opposite side of Fih street from the above far 1400 From the same parties The railroad contractors have removed ten lots on Ifalberry strict one aqoare Ace to the room formerly occupied west ofthe above and two acres still l then on Second street over Hagans further west extending north to and in cludng part of the lake formed by the fill ry 11 L White V C give you an ojijKir- - of the Three Forks railroad in the Hern This makes a total of t unity to buy at your own price Ke- - don lot for tSJUk SoLOO These lots front oOfect r their auction liegins Saturday itli at 10 oclock Ilad Better Stay Skipped The editor of Tin Climax after board- e would do well to keep out of Jim r twenty two years has OMMBM Hills way However we have no doubt keeping and wonders now liv Fayette can get along w ithout Mr Agee long almiit it The Nicholasville Journal says Tom Mr Colby H Taylor after lioarding a brother of Tuck Agee who was for twelve years will remove w ith his hanged at lexington for killing h family to the residence corner Fourth brother-in-ladeliberately drew a revol- Â¬ id Watver and fired at Jim Hill of Tates Creek Madison county in a restaurant Saturday Hon T P Hill Jr a former C l student was the only Democrat elected nidit rad barely missed his man Agee skipied out bettering be had shot Hill 10 oilie in the Iiullalo district of Wyom- Age claims to liave killed several men wl elected clerk by 7 majority Hill accused Agee of picking upa quarter Mrs I F Stone having removed to of a dollar he had laid on the table ante in theOaniett House build A Pioneers Horn iiiL ha now the handsomest millinery The pioneer mention in the appended establishment the town ham ever prol- Â¬ paragraph from the Mt Vernon Signal ine was a ooaatenpeary of Boone and Estill Mr H Ilaajae of the firm of J H v and grand father of WTHarris Rich I S Hagan grocers his made an assign- monds well known brick man apt ment growing out of a former partner R D Cook of Conway has now in his The b the Hagan firm is possession the powder horn of William Se- ad t Ih wound up Cradlebaugh who was a celebrated Inloner J R Banna will oat dian stout and pioneer under Daniel riiy October lth sell the Amos Boone and Sfanoa Kenton in the early iirm near SH clwell and on days of the settlement of Kentucky W n the D B Tipton which has engraved thereon in addition farm near Ikionesboroaajh to the name of the owner the following nly once in a lifetime do you have motties A ship under full Bail the new rtunity tobary mm1s like H L moon large fish buck with heavy horns White - Co carry at your own price compass and square 1atrick Henrys r am tii n begiani next Saturday Oct motto of Give me liberty or death Dont for et it twill be your with date of 17s w hich came jnto jwis aeaaion of said Cook as the administrator Mr T J B Turner representing the of John 8 Morre deceased who was a Hedge Fence Co who has grandson of the old pioneer and scout heea located at I ancaster for a year or Marriage Licenses for August atd Sep Â¬ pjilied tiarrard county has tember to Rielmiond to do likewise Pendleton Taylor and Mollie Hendw ith hTadieoai county He wants to rent ricks C X Johnson and BdnaCcfden a bo Perry Long and Dory Stotts T J Alcorn I itonia Jacket Club Covington Ky and Francis Cayle John II Moore and nilur L7th to eolier isth beginning Alice Helton Frank Ed sards and Annie at pm sharp each lay five gTeat H Bowman 1 S Baker and Elizabeth Lane a low rites on the Kentucky Obb J Dick Johnson and Lissie Williams Town y tickets on sale Bept Sotfa to fiend Kidwell and lly C Bar John M li inclusive good to return until linden and Iissa Stapp J D Heiidren and Flvira Teeter Enoch Rupart and Sheriff Jaaan Hall of 1owcll eaeav Mary W Berry Vrant Galea and Hattie - beeaj indicted for complicity in S Oabhard A B Collins and Mary A tin murder of Jihn Rose a prominent Brockman David Simpson and Joaie ilizen of that countv two years ago One Warren J L Bhee and Mollie Durbin of the iarti s nameil Wall has liren sent Richard KimbreH and Julia Francis to the jM nitentiary for life Beaa had Deering David Thomas and Edith Hill relatives in this county James Kelley and Klizabeth Coats Berry Little and Malinda Baku Medical lira Dissolved Tliose not lupuitad here have already The firm of Jennings Gibson phy- lieen pabUrbed - and surgeons dissolves to day Dr Jennings will retain the orti e here New Street to re oampied by the firm and Dr Dillingham addition swarms with The Uthaoat will secure one elsewher new streets and some of them are beaa inn tiful Tree Sjierial Trains The extension of B street through the There will Ik- a sp cial train each Sat- Powell addition has Ikcii macadamized urday night for three cotiM eutive Sat and Broadway is grading for pavements urdays beginning with next Saturday Walnut through the Powell addition and night lrom Covington to Richmond on is to Ik- extended through the Moberley ueciiunt of the ilonia races They will adddition arrive at midnight Mulberry street baa been opened par alel with Fifth from the Three Forks Real Lstate Transfers An unusually large number of small railroad to Dr Brana line at which transfers hi rea estate were recorded in jioiut it turns at a right angle and runs the County Clerks office during the into Fifth street A U autiful street is completed save months of August and September The the macadam through the lav additransfer was only ciVHJO but the tion and several others are in course of total was 24003 construction Krai Estate fur Sale The new street from Second to W B As agent for the heirs and administraSmiths is completed tor of the estate Mr W L Arnold will Maple street is to Ik ofiened tbough sell excellent land and jiersoual projieiiy the Bronston addition at Kirksville on lctOBS 17th Messrs T Pied While Sitting Dp K Arnohl and A B Willis w ill sell house and ten acres of land Bee advertisement Two weeks ago a good looking man named Onto registered at the St NichBranch Haass olas and said he was from St Albans F Weckcsscr A Ci confectioners are W Ta He claimed to Ik an Insurance opening a branch house on First street agent but spent most of his time for a in the building recently occupied by Mr week in drinking On Wednesday and Mrs J F Stone Mr John Molier night he came in at the late hour of 3 ley will be in charge and invites his oclock and was shown to his room by numerous friends to call Among other the Ik11 Isy Next morning be was things they wiil sell the Louisville found dead sitting on the side of his bread at r loaf bad He had not undressed and there The Fair was BO evidence that he had done more A number oi Boyle county jieople at after entering the r huh than to lay his tended the M lison county fair They hat aside sit down and die His ellxiws rejxirt having hal a most enjoyable time were at his sides and his lace restMadison county never do things bv ed lietween his closed hands the head halves and the meeting of her fair asso- of course bowed ciation just easaad was in every way the The remains were shipped oa Friday nlliant and successful of the many to his home where be had a family Dr A K Aultz knew the rs gone by West Virginia and says he was Assessor of the county and a gfod man Fonnd Wandering Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ lr Eye Specialist C W Trapp a young physician of Ireminms of Forest Grove Herd T s Moberley secured a decidedly respectable lot of premiums as set forth below Detroit International Fair First on aged bull 40 1st on bull S 1st on bull calf 0 2nd on old cow 30 1st on cow 30 1st shoithorn herd S100 Sweejistakes beef breeds First an aged bull HO 1st on OOWSM 1st on 5 calves of sire 150 2nd on aged herd 7 Lancing Michigan State Fair First on aged bull S20 1st on bull ISf 2nd on bull call 8 2nd on aged 15 1st on - ear old cow cow 00 1st and 2nd on cows sm 1st on yearling lo 2nd on heifer calf M 1st on herd 55 Ohio State Fair at Columbus- - 1st on aged bull 100 1st on 1st on bull calf 10 1st OH aged COW S30 1st and 2nd on 4B cow 2nd on he Mer calf s 1st on bead There are ten animals in the show herd and at four Fairs Lexington Detroit Lancing Mich and Columbus Ohio they have made 40 shows won 27 first prizes and i second pi lata How is that for Madison Col Â¬ fr Â¬ in disregarding the instructions given them by the Judge and a eopyoftbe said older was issued to the Sheriff to be earfed on each juror The Judge had instructed the jury to find the defend ant guilty leaving it optional only with the jury to say whether the offense was murder or manslaughter but instead the jury brought in a verdict of acpiital the action of the Judge created con siderable excitement as it was the first instance of the kind in the practice here Judge Morton said that lie would have issued the order at once upon the finding of the verdict but the Costello case wis in progress and he feared his action might influence the Costello jury After the court had ordered the rule to be leaned County Attorney Sullivan said that he regarded it his dutv to state to the court that the Common wealth had been informed that one or more of the jury had expressed an opinion in the case before being selected as jurors but that as to the truth of tips he had no knowledge The court said tluit it would hear the whole case next tem The jurors are il the hands of the Judge and he has power to send them to jail for 24 hours or fine them or both but precisely what he will do remains t be seen The jury say that they were BWOrn to try the case according to the law and the evidence and notwithstand ing the instruction to find guilty they had a right to disagree as to whether the offense was murder or manslaughter and consequently a right to acquit and bettering from the evidence that the ac Â¬ cused was not guilty so decided The grand jury found only 54 indictments among them one against the Fair Company for allowing a gambling device similar to roulettle The same thing has often exhibited here before and is found at all State fairs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Roblev and the specimen is in the in session of Comte L Be Jouffroy dAbJ bans French consul at Zurich PERSONAL Mr Ed Poynta is soyunming in Iouis villc Mr T II Barkerol Irvine was in Rich mond yesterday Squire Tom Farnsworth of Ilarrods burg was here on Sunday Miss Nan T Denton of Garrard is visiting Miss Lena Duerson Judge II Marshall Buford has resumed the practice of law in Lexington Mrs John B Francis of St Louis who has been visiting relatives here has gone home Mrs Sarah Jarman of Clinton Illinois is visiting friends and relatives in Rich mond Mrs Robert Gibson and son Joe of Somerset visited Mrs Ellen Gibson this place last week Mrs E R Norris and two nic St Louis who were visiting Mrs L J Frazee have gone home Messrs Sam Phelps Richard White Miller and Robert Hughes McCreary have retained to school in the East Councilman William M Ballard has returned from a visit to his Mrs Tollman at Milldale near Covington Miss Minnie Letcher is in LonhrriDa as Maid of Honor to the Queen of the carnival under the auspices of tbe Satellites of Mercury Misses Gay and Low of Bourbon and Post of Pennsylvania guests of Miss Eva Roberts daughter of our State Senator have gone home We were glad to see the pleasant face of Col T J B Turner on our streets Monday He was here talking hedge fence to the farmers Richmond is now DmrnmOt ddmaaar his heal411a1ers Mr Paul Noble of Decatur Illinois is lotting relatives and riends in this h native county He is accompanied by hi- - daughter Mrs W A Parrish whose husband is also a native of tiiis county Messrs I M and W R Bright have returned from Boston New York and Philadelphia in which cities they pur chased a fine line of goods for the new shoe and furnishing goods house of W 15 Bright k Co See their ad Rev W Y Sheppard formerly Rector of Christ church this place now of Danville attended Convocation here last week He says that the communicants St Danville have increased from tliiity two to sixty seven since he has been preaching there He preaches at Dan ville Harrodsburg and Stanford on the Kime lay driving about fifty miles Mr Raxter Wells havingsold his farm near Speedwell has removed with hie family to Richmond and occupies the Simmons house just beyond the fair ground on the Waco pike About thirty of the fiiends of Miss Etta and her guest Mi s Worthington of Maysville called on them Tuesday evening A band of music and a nice supper were features of the occasion The following ladies sod irentlemen from here were cntci tabled in elegant style at the Richmond fair by Mrs J II Pearson last Thursday Mrs J E Wil more Mrs W H Fish Mrs Chas Mann Mrs Anna Letcher Mis Ruth Wilson Mrs T W Coolidge Misses Bella Arnold W Ison Jennie Dudgeon Lyde Beagle Mary Folger II E Pearson Elizabeth Bradly Means Geo Kurrie Win Beasley and las S Cooper 77 otasrilU amaL Â¬ grand-daughtÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AT AUCTION 6000 Worth of Dff Goods Notions THE LARGEST SHOW ON EARTH At Lexington- Friday Oct 3 - Danville AU Saturday Oct 4 ADAM FOREPAUQiTS Great Featart Shaw k nBBnnsnaB at Auction MLD WEST COMBINED J E Cooper Pro In all its MighfyMagnitude Splendor ness WE WILL ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 4TH Begin to sell in our Store Boom our Entire Line of Mer- Â¬ Its Georgeous Its Overpowering GreatIts Richness and its all Comprehensiveness AT Â¬ Lexington Friday Oct 3 Danville Satnrday Oct 4 The Grand Imperial Laurel Crowned chandise consisting of FOREPAUGH Hisory 1Q1 arter ot a Cen SHOW Remember the date Saturday October 4th and continue daily until our entire stock is disposed of Every article ottered sold without reserve Seats for all Come and bring your friends Sale begins promptly at 10 oclock in the morning and 2 oclock in the afternoon each dav Terms cash Staple and Fancy Dress Goods Velvets Plushes and Silks Ginghams and Sat teens Outing Cloths and Calicoes Flannels and Felts White Goods Table Linens Handkerchiefs Napkins Towels Hosiery Gloves Ladies Underwear I Capital Vast and Varied Arenic Zoological and Hippo dromatic Resources and row Tremen- r Reinforced with the Renowrer1 Romantic and Rea WILD WEST EXHIBITION THE GREAT CUSTER BATTLE The Mountain Meadow Mass AND Sharidana Famona Hi3 L st5y jlSftSt JR Inparalat Brea r - ADAM FOREPAUGH The I H iilt L WHITE CO STREET OIP COIRT n ippear I in Iiery Thorot He w the ma V IVI zr- HOUSE - ations q n j fecCi i - - i-id JLU CtaMMl Kfaag CJTCTW Pe If irn Exhibited - - -- s i i I 4- PERRiNS GLOVES MILLER HAT 4 r an J K IW Sioux I LI LYONS UMBRELLAS LY I i AL V I back Crack A II e-W B BRIGHT W S PT HUME m i I Famo Featurt B BRIGHT CO W successous ou i m bright JELKKS IS Ronnntie the St E Hii s of Usual Hour A n under nine Trip Excursions on all ata FINE SHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods o 1 s LOUISVILLE MONDAY OCT f Confirmed The favorable impression produced on the first appearance of the agreeable liquid fruit remedy Svrup of Figs a few years ago has been more than confirmed bv the pleasant experience of all who have used it and the success of the proprietor and manufacturers the California Fig Syrup Company Dinellis Dinner Court day come in an get your dinner red hot right from the range and done up brown Oysters ceery meats c S DlNKlt1 Cl it Bogga are going to Wallace open the Fall trade Monday Court day October 0th by selling Boots and Shoes with- Â¬ in 6 per cent of cost Dont miss the chance it is frr one Shop Removed WEST MAIX YES A Great Fall Arul ir IMTOKTED LIVE COLD WEATHER F MENS UNDERWEAR Bargains Theres no room lor 1iirther argument c 1 t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dav only 1 INECKWEABo 16 w FULLDRESSSHIRTS i ur choice of Littles Barber Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ George T Little has removed his barber shop down street to the house formerly occupied by Sanders cigar store second door from Herndons corner He invites his old patrons and the public generally to call Customers promptly In connection with the series of papers waited upon Everything clean and first now leing published on Exercise for Woclass and the best of work done 13 men the next number of Harpers Bazar Ik you want to buy a Sulky Surrey will coirain an article on The Ladies Ruggy or Carriage call on Donelson for Athletic Club at the Berkeley Lyceum be has the latest best and cheapest 5- bv Mary Gay Humphreys I have moved my Blacksmith and Wood Shop to my two storv building on Third Street and am prepared to do PSB CIKCUIT COURT CLERK blacksmithing and wood work in a true of Snoolwell Is oaiull B O 1OAKII I employ eight diite for Circuit CourtnetClerk of MsdlMM workmanlike manner ton of the Demo county Subject to the s- skilled workmen Bring your work to cratic party me and I will guarantee satisfaction NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 11 S L MIDRIFF Â¬ Bnts Shoo 5P is d Im tiuestinn the now offered at prices which nul make PUBLIC On SALE SALE OF LAND As executor of Mrs S A IoWKST pRICE llOUSE IN ioWN quality Above us stands no r I As agent for the heirs of John Arnold deceased I will Wafers ANNOUNCEMENTS Friday October 17 1890 the highest bidder if not sold before that time sell publicly to Sal Oct 2590 below ns lie no We hive ele- irait goods ami plenty of e have all the leau them stock peting prices iag and representative FALL for Lailir Â¬ Houses For Kent Houses of three four or five rooms for rent MRS A WARD 13- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LKpUOB HABIT In all DKlNKEXXESS the World there is but tine Cure Dr Haines iolden Specific It can lie given in a cup of tea or coffee without the kiiowluilKe of Hie person taking It Bflfecllng speedy anil porillSII I cure whether the pHtient is u moderate drinker or 1111 alcoholic wreck Thousands of drunkards have lieen cured who have taken tiie Uolden specific ill their colfee without their knowl edge told to day Ihtnk they quit drinking of their own freewill No harmful elteci re suiis from its idmiiiisiration Cures guaran tee Send for circular and full particulars Addretss in conflli nce iiLliEl BmonriC o 1 A Farmers be sure to attend the Boot and Shoe sale at Wallace fkBogBaexl Monday Octo Â¬ ber ith Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lsjltaceMt Cincinnati U 17 16 HAND SPECIAL THAIX TO CINCINNATI- Â¬ Â¬ special train will run on the K C B Sunday October 5th I860 from Rich mond to Cincinnati Leave Richmond at 700 am Wind ester at 800 a m Paris at 840 a 111 arrive in Cincinnati at a in returning Monday night leaving Cincinnati at 1130 p 111 This gives two days and two nights in the city A Hiacin as Laaonia Races and ail the aapaadaa at the theaters at that A sjiendid chance for shopping tin and for merchants buying BOOdS Bound triji from Richmond Winchester and in- Â¬ termediate jwiints fl25 1aris 1 ial coaches for ladies and their escorts i order H K Shaw Agt K C J W Howard Man 14 15 K Â¬ lo Â¬ litME are agents for first Burnam class insurnnce companies Try them 33-- 3- of new and Buggies of the newest and most popular patterns and at very reasonable figures 5- - Donelson has a quantity of land known as the Buriam tract and the same on which the Kirksville Fair has heretofore been held First ca s blue grass land never plowed until this year All under cultivation except seven acres Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office Well fenced and watered Terms made at Richmond Ky week ending Sept 30 known on Jay of sale At the same time as administrator of iSaa the said decedent will sell a lot of personAlexander Mrs M FHills Thomas al property Anderson Ousley JuopevJ W L ARNOLD Ballard Kittie Jones Mrs Mary Rirker Mrs Bettie Jobnson Bell At the same time and place we will sell Jones Fannie BellJordon a house and ten acres of land near the Boanlor Mrs Jane Johnson Anna above known as the Kennedy property BigerstafT Mary Mackland Matfie and 4 mile from Kirksville on the pike Brooks Bettie Martin Lena R Good frame residence with six rooms Brown William Mahon Co Good out buil iinjs including barn CisBu rns John Miller Bettie tern garden orchard Sic Terms made Millipen C W Bursh T VV known on day of safe Sale at 10 oclock Montgory Lucy Clark Mollie If not sold on the day named wiil be rent- Â¬ Champers Sallie Maxberv Lizzie ed T E ARNOLD Champers Tochian Mackones Mr 16 1S A B WILLIS Chenault Mary Oflynn Ozetta Ceary Mary A Parker Bettie Cunningham Aleck Park Minnie Cecil Thomas Rice Monk DISSOLDTIOM I0TICD C leary Mary Shackleford Mercer Dragdon Hardin Smith Robert Oonison Millie Smith Mary J The partnership between Drs JenDtckark Richard Shepcrd Marget nings Gibson U b7 mutual consent disFranklin H F Summery Geo solved this day As it it desirable to close FytTe Win Tompson Wallace trie business as soon as possible the acGreen Clayborn Warner Charley Graves Margaret Walker Mrs Tho c counts will be placed in the hands of a collector but settlements can be made Gief Nannie Wright R S with either of them 11 awn Alclong White Houston Richmond Ky Oct 1st 1S90 Hall Amanda Williams Anderson 16- arris ElTic Whits C F irri- - Millie II Williamson Will M Henry Marv col AND Post Office hours from 6 am to 7 p m Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a m to 6 p in I offer for sale privately my house and J B WILLIS i M lot fronting on Smith Ballard street running back to Collins street New and in good repair SulTcient room on the Col- Â¬ lins street end of lot for another house Size of lot w by 1S7 leot Fruit trees all M McCARTY As Assignee of J H Hagan I offerfor of 16 kinds 17 sale privately in bulk or at retal for cost the stock of groceries in the houe of J J II S Hagan on Second street in HUGS Richmond J S Hagan joins in this sale POLAND to close out the business and determine the interest of J H Hagan All those indebted to the firm aud also Those wishing to buy of me pure Poland the prior firm of Hagan Chenault will Chinas for breeding purpose either sex please call at once and settle must mil before October 10 After that date will be too late JC HAGA J H BQGGS 16 17 AsMgnte 4 15- 74 ACRES on the premises near Waco in Madison county Ky otter for sale publicly if not sold privately before that time the Farm of WINTER STYLES ind Ihil- - LIST OP LETTERS Good house outbuildings fine and lasting water for all purposes well fenced close to post office express office stores schools churches shops mills Sic 275ACRES drens wear 150 bottom land on Muddy Creek Terms liberal and made known on day Sale at of sale oclock Apply to me in Richmond or to Joe Wagers on the farm JOHN F WAGERS Executor 1 1 ACRES I will sell my farm Our prices are a baassh shell for competitors but a blessing faff the people Our prices rtle but they will not vex the careful buver Are the Are the Lito any object to vou I any inducement I Â¬ well improved and near the above 13 19 B 140 At the same time of 03F3E3J P WAGERS If so come in and take a look at our splendid new goods the BARGAIN ASSORTMENT OF THE SEASON in assortment So pleasing in style S honest in quality So reasonable in price iive us a chance and we will give you for your money more Hoots or Hats than any other hoi town So irreat Â¬ Â¬ Public Sals of City Property ON SATURDAY OCT I Â¬ 4 1890 wiil offer for sale publicly to the highest bidder my 1 lot mm DWELLING HOUSE situated on Estill Avenue Sale at 2 Also TWO NICE BCILDING LOTS 75x00 feet it oclock P M on the premises GEO W MERSHON muaxm COURT DAY de Wo will on i ASIGNEEj J5ALE NOTICE TO Debtors and Creditors All persons indebted to G W Willis are notified to call promptly and pay same All persons having claims asainst the said Willis will please present same to me properly verified for pavment J B j Gr ducen CHINA will be Goods will be sold wUH per cenv of live or six in numlx r This will be an excellent opporti nitv to furnish WILLIS - M S Trustee TUE an average altout two per cent lower at the end of August than they were a month Ix fore The oft pdicted r wing circular sent out by not conie nor is it even in sight and a Flatter A Shaw Investment Bankers host of hopeful brokers having I hill a fair the general outlook to suit their own Je statement of the fluctuations in the mon culiar views and having exhausted every ey Biarkct anl the causes thereof mad Mans at their command by which they are accustomed to discount the future is ita ready to teir its hair with ilisappnint how We hax betas remarked ment fi ur ist market has ix cupiel ever that the Interest of the public is bo an iincial circles This longer attracted by Wall Street Many erely in ojK rators have left that field to elsewhere ia enterprises more attractive pates iilv stasis than mere sjieculation in st Notwithstanding the scarcity of funds t per annum am nine of trade throughout the land imercial iajHT mount of bank inaabUde This crisis was the is largi t Whilst the erclearii iiiltaneorIie ouintrv al- - corn ani a heat are known to Ik consid ear thau last they ssssoa the pav- entbtysmal will doubtless faring higher prices and the Initcl States their diminution will be offset by an in- noraious qoaiUitk in the production of cotton which of the u anticipation it - thought will reach between uiUotas McKinley and eight millions of hales- - the gientest niry largi It is loii all had their yield the South has ever known total agriculof the estimated that the South irv I ur tural prmfaaess for IflM will reach 0 We learn that the fanning ints in the terests in that part of the United rn- - are more prosperous than they have leen for a long time past The progress there n the public continues witnout apparent interruption ami northern capital still contributes to lies like t the rapid development notwithstan needed ry of the Treasury the scare which the attempt of a Federal Elect t a mrst exjicli- - den through Congress occasioned f while Its defeat was welcomed with and hri relief by the beat sentiment We refer to his off rfcet US this country irrespective of party or September 1 18M In cality In our home market we have had SI At the Baltimore 8t will have piiet month ient 0 or Exchanges the numlx i of shares sold ad the sales of bonds n Is there the recent re- world which amounted untry in the an travagant tinamier- - demjtion of the Baltimore City Iark i iVntutv connected with Loan of the state of Maryland Treasury - that this action af- Relief Lena and of the Central Ohio Rail ary It is no road Companv s sixes has broiiitnt into our midst quite a sum for into Baltimore City i rc- issues Bank Stocks and well known high ml the tiniiall mm- before premium railroad bonds ilfl The foml monev market bssbeeu iairlv iy the general rate has advanced to six per cent At this nla icr the scarcity of icll with juncture al than other- money as rathev cannot and lore for specnla- upon r fail to thm and to have the effect of killing off lion numerous doubtful schemes which are shape or anFINANCIAL CONDITION KTEY OF THE dl THE -- Â¬ IS OUR- - mm 1 fife OLIVER BEST HARVEST BIG FOUR EXCURSIONS TO THE Wish to inform the public that T Ramsey is no longer con PLOWS Â¬ Bid for Your Trade Â¬ WEST IID Ramsey Nected with the Corner Dry Goods Store since selling his interest to W D Oldham but is now running NORTHWEST THE THE PALACE Cash Dry Goods Store No 9 First Street in connection with W S G File near the old corner at the red flag and wants his old friends ladies and gentlemen and the public generally to call on him he can sell them goods cheaper than he has ever sold We have sethem before cured the services ol Mr Green as salesman and Miss Hazel wood and Mrs Million as and guarantee salesladies general protection to ladies Now is the and children time to buy your goods ours are so low that we may have to mark them up soon in place of down We now have on hand and daily receiving a splendid stock of Foreisn fr - Cleveland Cinciazati Fall and Winter purchase was made St Louis Sailvray with a view of offering the best qualities at lowest figures Our priced may ROTJNT TRIP startle but they will not vex the careful EXCURSION TICKSTS WILL SELL Chicago an jffJaaagTsSlE1 buyer aonjixuxruiJTnJxruiJTJTn f aW To all prominent points in the West and Northwest If BrWiI bsBwY1 Â¬ Â¬ t WHOLE VVORtoJ WANTS THE THEn j s I q J P C HALF HATES M Tuesday September 9th Tuesday September 23d Tuesday October 14th All tickets good returning thirty from date of sale 0 0 o c r- 1 a UN i I J n uii Bomestic Dress Gsods i ill j - t- days a mh it 4 auuruu 1 p This is a glorious opportunity for Home Seekers to visit the territory named and we would invite correspondence on the subject For full information call on or address D B MARTIN iemral Passenger Airr C C C St L Ry 12 17 Ladies and Gents Furnishing ioods Clothing Hats Roots Shoes Trunks in fact everything kept in a first class store We call especial attention to our suits of Â¬ Â¬ OPOH SHACKELFORD -- GENTR Y OF- - BOYS CLOTHING at 125 Alterforwood CustomRoots and Shoes below cost and other custom made best brands of Shoes all very cheap A splendid line of all kinds of Shirts Over and Under froir 15cts to 2 below cost We sell the best 5 and 10 cent Handkerchiefs and Hosiery in the city Ladies White Iarty Kid Gloves 35 to 40 cents C rashes to 10 cents from per yard less than cost Good Calico 4cts Challies 4 and 5 cents less than cost Nice Lace Red Sets f 25 Lace Curtains a big line and cheap and Curtain Poles Comforts A good line of Gents Pants to close out 50 to 75 cents below cost Over alls o5 cts Dont buy your -Made Â¬ Â¬ DEALERS IN ALL KINDS IXinjXnjTXLTUUUTXl tv CENTRAL UNIVERSITY KY Hardware Tinware Iooflenware AND WAGON House FnmisMng Goods BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF RICHMOND -- Roofing and Guttering KiciiMONi Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds NEXT SESSION OPENS Ky Marcti 19 1890 Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc THE BfiRHER flSSORTMlHT 8F THE Wednesda Sept 10 1390 THrSE COLLEGES Fourteen De Â¬ partments of Study Classsical Scientific and Letters Courses Leading to Bachelor B A 15 S and B L and Master M A II S and M L Degrees Also Commercial and Elec Â¬ tive Courses A full faculty of able and experienced men each a specialist in his department Attendance last session 326 from 5 State iinJ Territories New Gymnasium More than 100000 added to the endowment last year Expenses moderate 175 to 240 for tuition board washing and servants attention Â¬ 1 LADIES COME TO OUR OF IT IS NECESSARY In I of it other Macon The default of the Covington Railroad Company on the 1st instant has had a depressing influence upon southern No definite reason is railroad securities given for it but it is said that the com lebt and it is pany has a largi rumored that the control of the road is ads of a railway system It remains to how the p resent bondholders will fare it this prove to Ik- the t recommendations of Mayor Davidson in regard to the desirability of m year to maim taxation so as to provi le for th payment of each loan ia full at maturity recalls to our notice a still ter practice which is growing in favor with many of our western cities By making a certain proportion of the bonds mature every year the provision nuking fund is rendered mum ry By this means the ever present lmulation of a nd oilers to unscrupulous poli- and the City is put to - the fund at a high premium as is always the case It adopting this plan is lrm would not Ik- able to realize in the lirst an much premium from the sale of their bonds aa tfaey would it tlu y were tun- at the end of one long x riod hut they would jiun by it in the long run for the opjiOKite ader dishonesty and r n lmuiicial administration i SEASON These Days for ad e the - iiieasun-s- the is higher val- bile pt iiovement un Â¬ So Great in Assortment So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAP in Price GIVE LS A MERCHANTS to the erilUiellt sn CALLANRVWILL CtE Villi A alvan - iver rtiti- - VORIES SCHQOLFIEL DM iry will lie The Only One Price Cash Clothiers this U will II and two assistants give undivided atten tion to the thorough instruction and discipline ol pupils The new G mnisium contains a large htudy hall seated with single desks convenient recitation rooms and all the equipment of a first class training school Careful attention given to physical Students have access to the training gymnasium and go through daily drills under the direction of a Professor Oratorical drill throughout the jcur For further particulars or catalogue ap ply to L II BLANTON Chancellor Â¬ Â¬ PHEPASAT0RT DEPARTMENT PaoFR L Puixiam M A Principal o We will until you see ours have in lew days the linest line of best litting Cloaks ia Richmond ind we have many other special bargain in Kods If you will come and look we will be glad to he show you all through stock 0 J TSL 61 TO LIE GRAND OPENING Awake Nights to Devise Means to Attract Trade The Managers of the Ramsey Fife 0- - then - will hr the jH what the premium on V OMETHING NEW THROUGH CAR LINE RADAMS High Art Noveltiesj MACKINAC Microbe Killer -- 30 r monthlx irity witl may we n -k of us further owing almost i uictal which ty us again- Can we t their pi standard which demands -- ilver this Govern- - that i i M The experiment is a and will no doubt prove Fortui ationa re- ahle to stand nee until d It may be ire hope of success this movement mav i1 other countries may fall vi and Ik willing to r the binietalisui iiin a fixed ratio wo metals Whilst this think be favorable to Making 1ul Varieties ll irdy An Iowa correspan lent sends tho fol lowing inquiry If we graft a tender variety of applo on a hardy stock will It mako tho tnder variety hardier There is a liffrrenco of opinion upon Hut some of our most the question careful and experienced nurserymen ieclare tbat It does AVe have recently seen the ttatomont from the pen of Mr B Hathaway of Little Prairie Ronde Mich that it does make tho tender variety hardier Be declares that ho has demonstrated It While we havo never tested It thero arc It seems to us some rood reasons why that con jluslonTshoulJ bo regarded as correct The stock must havo some influence upon tie graft and Its iuSucnco rjust partak3 of ita hardy charactsr to a freator or loss decree Western IiaraL Similarity of Tastes Miss Oldruaid cultivated pianist Yes I always play classic music Mo art Ifc ethoven and Haydn you know Little Boy Youre just like my mamma She dont play any thing but the pieces that was new when 6he was ronnf Puck Â¬ t GO AND SEE THE Commencing Juh 1st there will be established a through line of first class Ves tibuled Pullman and Wagner Sleeping Cars daly between Cincinnati Da ton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw Cits and all principal resorts of the Upper Peninsula K R of Michigan via the C U iV I and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleepers will be attached to trains leaving Cincinnati at 1000 p m daily except Saturday returning leave Mackinaw at u a in daily except Suudav The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets via this route composed ol such favorable and well known lines as the Cincinnati Hamilton Daton R R and Michigan Central Ry must be apparent to all first class travel No other line can offer such advantages as to accommodations and route allowing stop over at Toledo and Detroit then contiftuing your journey to the most lovely resorts on the An erican continent For pamphlets pertaining to Mackinac Island and other summer resorts reached via this line write to any agent of the C II X 1 R R or to E O McCormick General Passenger and Ticket Agent No 200 West Fourth Street Cincinnati O Â¬ AT SlUht Have Decided to POWERS 100 Main St mm Richmond Ky Also a full line of the purest and freshest FALL DRESS GOODS WHICH IS NOW TAKING TLACE QUIT LYING Awake Studying How to DRUGS AM CHEMICALS That Can be XI ad ATTRACT TRADE BY PUTTING TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES PERFUMERY BRUS11ES SOAPS cc THE KNIFE INTO THE v PHOFITS J J HROOKS 1 M CIIKNAUIT Patent Medicines TAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD c 5 10 GT COUNTER AT New BROOKS CHENAULT Elegant Blazers So that every article sold would be an advertisement for their house Rea IE state Mors STATIONERY Kentucky Richmond COME AND SEE FOR other elited by it inas- l give them the volume ulating medium of which they rrange rould only Ik- - entered into subject adjustment ac iinual production ng circumsta dd not be ne and main the on udered by the of keeping I while at least toae who aaay prove bold enough urities will demand be made payable hi gold coin In fact all contracts will Ik- - made to thii- and loans payable in silver will lie aham This circumstance ahi will bring this nation to a proper sent situatian apprecia - more ojnickr than all the argu liich human intelligence might re an n iwontatanding bith amounts of sectiri Uith principal and inter le in gold Let the equili- Â¬ eat l metals brium ie confidence in the lex maintain an a i Fraud la tht Russian Arm Advices from St Petersburg state se- Â¬ rious frauds have been discoverod in tho Russian army near the Caspian Sex sal regiments had received no pay for bix months and it appears that tho officers had stolen tho money Strange Equine Disease peculiar distemper Las broken out among tho horses in Manchester N II which has baffled the xturinarians Tho iiseasi berirs in a slight lameness and culminates in swollen limbs and run Â¬ ning sores A Large lists of City and Country Prop- Â¬ erty Property sold and bought on Commission Correspondence solicited A competent Pharmacist and prompt attention given loTOfiice in John Bennetts law to compound prescriptions olliee Branch olliee at Stockton 39- Brooks Drug Store POWEBS HJGAH School Uooks JUST RECEIVED ome to our Dress Goods Open ing we like to show our Novelties left at YOURSELF TINWARE STATIONERY NOTIONS ETC A lew pieces of 10 cent Challies 6 cents a yard P M POPES Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor C Successors to C E Smith 39 29 Limestone Street 0pp 0 Depot Victorious M ors The Moorish army bus defeated and routed tho insurgents in tho District of Ait Shokhman Tho rebels have lost heavily in killed and wounded and many were mado prisoners All tlio leaders who were captured were beheaded- The victorious troops pursued tho insurgents and destroyed sevoralof their villages Fatal Opoa Switch An open switch on the Western and Atlantic at Mclvers Station ia do railed the midnight train from Athmta wrecking the engine and several cars ind killing Bugiuoor Met lain Memorial to the Hanged Anarchists LEXINGTON KY Wew Building and Furniture Well Lighted and Ventilated INSURANCE BURNAM Tho HUME Organized 1874 Assets 5675040 Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED 2 Ollest and Strongest American Companies First door above Farmers Bank NORTH AME PICA RATES and 250 per Day IAB E CANTHILL President W Z THOMSON Secretary Dk 8 F QAKO Med Director Dk V w HABDINGea Agt Calls attention la its Iivel Premium Plan of Insurance and liberal terms of Policy Prompt and Brifasble Paid up lawaraaee given at the end of expec Â¬ tancy Of life thus prorMlUK disability clnnse in old age Policies ncotlteatabie except for fraud or uou paynuiit ol preiniuni No restriction as to residence L Breckinridge Cabell formerly of travel or occupation Policies nou forfeilable after three annual navment 47- Virginia but who has been a resident of New York seventeen years and has an extensive acquaintance with Capitalists SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA H J BROTHER TO YUBA STRBNG RECORD M J HILL Manr NOTICE NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS oYAZOOI 227A RECORD CARRjAGES NEW BUGGIES IN FOAL NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES are to celebrate in Chi hf Anarchist- - FOR SALE - MADISOItf will SKLL OK EXCHANGE TIHBRR MINERAL AND ACIRIVIJIiTlKAL LANDS AND DEVELOPED INDUSTRIES ROCK BOTTOM RATES 224 1 2 WHILE will effect of liastening tacfotfoa tim-t-iuil- i uui in Pac of Miller Pennsylvania Prohibitionists havo nominated John D Gill of Wostmoro and for Governor in place of Chaa Miller declinod When that see shustling Th Counts Manifesto Louis Philippe not alv Paris on rain placed upon the eve of his departure tor America be has issued a manifesto asking his Meads in France to boldly assert their soon as loans become scarce Wail confidence in V As csof monarchy icd to unite among themselves in order to keep up the et and Shop Lifters Caught created a more hop lioudi Detective Mehon arrested Emma Reed Ule of this money remains in our nd MoUy Bally two shop lifters on a iitry being boose boat on the Ohio river near Par kersburg V Va The boat was packed K has with goods stolen from merchants Both lock market in en dull and prices stood on women were held to answer -D around for riius for our SWISS COTTAGK rooms lot 40x1 o to 10 foot alley Oicliard Street new QUEEN AN N E COTTAGE rooms lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Bailie Irvine and Orange StiTW AELLINGS ncw 6 roon Avenue elegant lot- - a Female Institute Will also Organize Undeveloped Prop- Â¬ rieties into Corporations and float the securities Skilled labor furnished industrial enter- - t Dont irjiK our oluce Fus tiit rs National Bank f ia at tbe We offer the services of YAZ00 BURNAM N B HUME br the seison of 1890 at Silver Creek Madison County Kentucky at NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES Raaa 30 320 BROADWAY NEW YORE Tobacco Barns Country Stores ami Milling property specialties 33 32 B H FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT- cvhi l The thirty third session of this noted whole on school for young ladies and girls will Fifth Str THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS open on on alnut btreet Powells addition 50x100 feet each WiF For prices on any of the above inquire of MRS E W WIGGINS EfcaGAVT Three N crate or at BUILDING LOTS 3 4- - South Downs for Sale have a lot of No 1 Southdown JOHN F WAGERS 2y Childe Harold two mile record n o4 in En land Consuela trial nauirht record 21a Nora I w tri l c Fnakis Erbs Shop Sanitary Plumbing Steam saicrwig Chief Slre of Ladv Thorn 2 to my new building on Third Street 3rd dam by Roebuck a pace Gas Fitting where I have eyery facility for doing the 1RFET 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred A full corps of competent teachers best of work more rapidly than ever be0 tiViriigr ShWi -- real grand SUery bred IIaro Belmont IfaaM We have opened a lirst clt-a sliop All orders promptly filled and work no Chie Admirable Curriculum Prices reasona- fore sue and sire are each ill And all gas pipe used to be liave ble IBS Portia his dam and Will be pleased to see all my old pa- guaranteed of the right size according to the rules and bred foundation where can grand dam are illulrious matrons with a uacinz ulcrou8n- aJieu an We trons and many new ones vou beat it For Catalogues or other particulars call regulations of the Water and Light Com guarantee tiit ciaa work New aud on or addiI Book now open Address as at Silver Creel jCflRemeuiber 1 have moved to Third county Ky No 227 W elegant furniture clear throughout Main Street Stieet bet Irvine and North Streets e Motel Gljndon Post office ad arp razors B C H AGERMAN Prin 9- 43- ii- S L MIDKIFF S BURNAM dre5s Lock Box 15 M C MOO CO 13 reCOrd REMOVAL PLUIBIM I RIOBEMOND CO Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled Mares kept lard tried My regularly on grass at ten cents a day grain feu if desired at reasonable evtrycirc to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible forrates Will lake very latest either on lit Cl4 le Cl MaUd S Z03i 26 aore staSslt il11 SClment ie of Nutwool 2nd dam YOUS 300 23 Performs sire ofJYu HAVE MOVED MY PertiA Tuesday September 9th Blacksmith Shop ir0 242 while in foal tnrtv to re in 230 list am of Voltaire ord and Yazoo 133 of Bessmere Record 2 vV j on wont c want a Vflii are all new aud of the They are f f you reasonable i e and MP record sire of Minta 2204 JOHN DON El OX hM Â¬ Â¬ T00 Â¬ T - J CAltiUCHAEL