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SYCAMORE STREET
Should it Bo Extended to Winn
-Street
And Should it Have a Railroad
Grade
For more than four years such a
proposition has been uudor considera
tion Itis tiuo that the city has got
ten along without tho property which
would have boon opened up by such
an extension but what would it have
been had this proporty beon open
Vhou it was first spoken of there wore
thirteen persons who wanted building
lota and who would havo built
1S8 than 2000 each or 26000 which
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our working men who would have
used it with our divers business mon
and besides this tho 26000 togothor
with tho other lots which would have
been laidofT would havo been asourco
of revonuo to tho city honco it would
havo boon wjsdom to havo oponed tho
street thon At this timo thoro is not
so great a domand for building lots
but wo knowof live poisons whodesiro
building lots threo ot whom would
put up improvements at a cost of not
less than 15000 and tho other two at
a cost of 2500 making the aggregato
amount for circulation sav 20000 up
on which taxos would bo levied
Again wo ask tho question Would
it not bo business to open this strcot
now Another thing which is of in
terest to tho city and a reason why tho
Btreot should bo opoucd now is that
Afr Bigstaff proposes to convoy to tho
city 50 feet from the present terminus
of Sycamore to Winn street to widen
Winn street 15 feet and also to convoy
to tho city Vino street running through
his proporty cast and west the con
sideration being tho grading and mac
adamizing of said streets Any busi
ness man would 6ay that it would bo
i imbusinesjftfifitt not to accopt jsuch a
W proposition whQii it is a lact tljat mucn
k v sgrounds havo cost hocity in
P al money almost as much as grading
and macadamizing these streets
Again tho cost of constructing a
street at this timo with freo metal and
laborors anxious for employment
would bo much less than it may be
again for years to como In tho face
of all theso facts it is good policy tor
tho streets to bo opoucd now
As in regard to tho grade it is al
most useless tor us to speak Our
present streots aro living illustrations
of tho inadvisabillty of poor gradp
It requires more metal to keep tho
streots in repair wo aro continually
changing grades at additional cost and
besides they aro unsightly and lots lo
cated on thorn aro worth less than
they otherwieo would bo No person
would prefer a lot on a pooily gradoJ
strcot to ono on a railroad grade ovon
should it cost tlo prico of the lot to
grade tho street Wo beliovo that a
City Council will carofully weigh all
these matters and will now open tho
street according to tho proposition bow
boforo thorn
The City of Mt Sterling
A gentleman who had been going
tho rounds returned to Mt Sterling
ajid said I thought this was cer
tainly tho dullest place on earth but
whilo it is dull here business is better
than at any other point I havo beon
and I am contented to stay at homo
Tho House nnd Sonato conferees
are apparently clpsor together in
tho tariff muddlo with chances fa
vorable for a satisfactory settle
ment Those who were in posses
sion of facts concerning thoir work
ings had expected an agreement
would havo beon reached by lasj
Saturday but alas thocountryS
representatives gave heed to tile
greedy trusts of this country whilo
the people aro in a state of unrest
Jt is expected that an agreement
however will be reached before the
middle of tho week
Miss Jennie Breen will begin hor
class in music Sept 3 Miss
Breons work Bpeaks for itself
She is a liho porformer and a num
ber ono toncher whonover fails to
have a good class
A party consisting of John W
Colliner and J Burton General
Deputy Collectors Louisville G
G Bryan Deputy Collector Lex
ington Jnmes Mnnnin Deputy
Marshall and B B Mannin Elli
ott county M O Cockrcll Deputy
Collector and S D Eyerott of this
city made a raid on moonshiners
in Eastern Kentucky last week
In Morgan county they bngeel
John Overstrceot and P T Obnn
ion who were preparing for a run
Thoy wcro caught at the still and
after the destruction of property
wcro brought hero where thoy had
their trial boforo U S CominiBion
er T F Rogers and wore hold over
to tho court at Louisville
Tho Young Mens Christian As
sociation of Winchester will run
an excursion from Winchester to
Aden Springs Tuesday Aug 14
Round trip from Mt Sterling 100
Children under 12 yenrs 50 conts
No stops will bo made Uetween Mt
Sterling and the Springs Return
ing train will leave Springs at 5
P M The excursion will bo un
der the auspices of tho Ladies
Auxiliary of Winchester and will
bo a select party A pleasant time
for everyone Scenery grand wa
ter excellent Everybody will have
thoir dinners The ladies want at
least 100 persons from Mt Sterling
and wo do not think they will be
disappointed
Adam Bauin Son havo prepar
ed for whatever rise there may bo
in sugar by reason of tho tariff
feature and they are offering it at
the usual close margin Their last
purchase amounted to 158750 lbs
Tho Messrs Bnuln anticipate a ri60
in sugar and honco the largo pur
chase Those who havo not bought
lusijpply sufficient fpr theycar
should got their supply now
Again tho same firm believing
there would be a large advance on
tea huve also prepared for this con
tingency Their leader is the cel
ebrated Wing Keo Chop Tea Buy
your stock now Another week you
may havo to pay the udvanco
Mr J B Wagner tho export pi
ano tuner hns certainly given bet
ter satisfaction than any other tu
ner that has visited this pluce If
you want good work done address
him to day or call at Mrs Cole
mans as lie will positively leavo
on Wednesday
Later Mr Wagner was called
to Winchester Monday and will
return here in 30 days Ho tuned
twenty six pianos whilo hero and
is nighty complimented on his
work
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Miss Mattio Quicksall formerly
secretary of tho Farmers Alliance
order of tho State of Kentucky
who is now in the city expects to
havo a class here in short hand and
any ono desiring to take lessons
from a proficient instructor should
apply to hor at once She may bo
seen at Dr B F Coxs residence
on Locust Street
Miss Jennie Breen will begin her
class in music Sept 3 1891
Terms for piano samo as hereto
fore Tonic Sol Fa 500 per
session for piano pupils 1000 for
thoso taking this class ulone
Rooms at Mr Armstrongs oppo
site Harris Institute tf
Mr Jamos E Voris of Cincinna
ti representing Snoks Morrison
manufacturers of fine nnd medium
trowsors is in tho city visiting
friends Ho will be on the road
representing his lino which by the
way is one of the best in tho Unit
ed States
Thomas Wells of North Middle
town 95 years old active and
bright is visiting his niece Mrs
Nannie Alexander Ho hns in his
possession a U S silver dollar
bearing tho date of 1799 for which
ho has rofvsod fifty dollars
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WORKS
The Plant Will Be Completed In
Time to Comply With the
City Contract
Delay Unavoidable But - Work
Will Be in Full Blast In
About TenDaysr
We are in receipt of a letter from
Mr J B Reed of the flrmof Stroh
Conrad Reed Company of tho
Mt Sterling Water Works Con
struction Company of Sunbury
Ponn of which tho following is nn
extract
I regret tho stopping of the
work on tho plant but it was una
voidable It will be but a very
short timo until every thing will be
fixed all right and tho work pushed
vigorously to an early completion
having it completed in time to com
ply with the contract of tho cityand
the Mt Sterling Water Works Co
We expect to havo tho pipe on tho
grounds within the next ten days
and a representative will bo on the
grounds in a few days to settle up
all claims against tho company and
put things in motion We regret
that any of your people should
have become frightened Thoy
will got everything due them in a
few days We will havo tho
changes ready for the bonds next
week and Avant tho issue struck off
right away Should you know of
any one getting uneasy in regnrd
to their claim ngainst tho company
ydu can give th6ih posffivlT d3siir
auce that tho works will be in full
blast within tho next few days and
everything made satisfactory to all
concerned
This is good news and has the
business ring to it Wo arc satis
fied the company have done the
very best they could and that do
lays havo been unavoidable and
hero we would say that contracts
as large as this always have their
obstructions which take timo to
overcome
Miss Rnnnie Burroughs will open
hor select school for boys and girls
Sept 3 Miss Burroughs always
has n full school which statement
is as great a commendation as
could be given She is a teacher
and studies and practices only the
most practical methods See hor
early and place your boys and
girls
Rev Everette Gill preached to
a large and attentive audience at
the Christian church Sunday even
ing His sermon was plain prac
tical and instructive
Miss Rannio Burroughs will open
her Select school for boys and
girls Sept 3 1894 tf
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James C Brown
James C Brown died at his la to
residenco on High street on last
Tuesday July 21 from a compli
cation of organic troubles Fun
oraUwus preached at the residenco
Wednesday afternoon by Elder
WT Tibbs assisted by Rev Ev
er otto Gill and he was buried in
Maehpelah Ccmeteiy
Mr Brown was born in Bourbon
county September 20 1823 and
was married in 1857 to Miss Kate
Sydner who with two children u
son Martin and daughter Miss
Fannie survivo him
In the early part of his life he
was book keeper in some of the
leading stores of Paris nnd in 63
and 61 was Deputy United States
Collector under John J Ander
son
Hp was an ex confederatc soldier
andia truer soldier never shoulder
ed a gun Ho came to this city
from North Middlotown in 1881
sinb which time he has acted in
thccapacity of book keeper for
somo of our leading merchants
Ho Jiad also filled the place of De
puty circuit and county clerk at
different times He was an honest
man quick to resent an injury and
just as prompt to forgive a wrong
With his family and friends he
waf kind affectionate und true
He was a member of the Christian
church Of Mr Brown it can be
sincerely said his life was an open
book freo from any concealment
His family havo the sympathy
of this entire community in their
deep sorrow
A WHOPPER
Snake and Fish Stories in the
Back Grounds
Wi
It is said
there is a negro in
Bath county so black that when he
goes about a poultry yard the
chickens go to roost and he invar
iably lifts one and deposits it in
his indispensable sack
Alabama Election
An important State election took
placo yesterday and tho result is
awaited on all sides with deep inter
est Tho bittoi nature of tho cam
paign has caused a number of trage
dies and it is feared that serious
troubles may ensue at fho polls in many
localities A Governor Secretary of
State Auditor Treasurer Superin
tendent of Education Commissioner
of Agriculture Attorney Gonoral a
Legislature and in sevoral dis
tricts Criminal Court Judges aro to
bo chosen Tho fusion ticket headed
by Kolb and indorsed by tho soro hcad
Democrats Populists and Republicans
is reported to havo loceived substau
tial flnaucial assistance from the
Republican managers of tho East
who hope to break up tho Solid South
Kolb however has estranged tho
negro voto by his course including
his championship of the cause of the
lawless miners who havo been guilty
of so many criminal acts of late
notably tho massacre of negro miners
at Birmingham and Col Oates tho
Democratic nominee oxprossos him
self as being certain of victory
who
f DOES YOUR INSURING
T T Fire Life
Tornado
Accident
Strong Companies
Experienced
Underwriters
J G R HWINN
MONEY TO LOAN
REAL ESTATE
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A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN JNTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE
MT STEELHa KENTUCKY TUESDAY AUG 7 1894
RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED
By ilio Board of Directors of Moss
Point High School July Id
1894
Whereas It has pleased Prof Morri
son Caldwell in tho futhorenco of his
material interests to sever the relation
ship which has for three years existed
botweon this board and himself and
WhereaB Ho has beon a faithful
eervant of this board in tho capacity ol
principal of tho Moss Point High
School and has discharged every duty
incumbent on him in tho most satis
factory manner therefore bo it
Kesolved That this Board views
tho loss of so satisfactory a teacher
with great regret and believes it to
bo ono difficult to roplace Prof
Caldwell is a Christian gentleman of
tho highest character a complete and
accurate scholar a teacher whoso heart
la in his profession and ono who
has tho faculty not only of
imparting knowledge but also of
inspiring in tho pupil tho de
slro to recoivo it Wo congrat
ulate ourselves that wo were so fortu
nate as to secure his services believing
that ho has built up for us a school
second to none in tho Slato of tho same
grade Wo belivo that wherever Trot
Caldwell may go and whatever posi
tion ho may seek ho will give the
samo eminent satisfaction that has
characterized his service with us and
wo most heartily commend him to all
with whom he may be associated
Tho young peoplo of Moss Point
composing tho class of 1893 91 of the
Moss Point High School in order to
emphasize their high appreciation of
tho lato principal Prof Morrison
Caldwell who has resigned to take
charge of tho Chair of Latin in the
Kentucky Training school tendered
him on Friday night a moonlight boat
ride The following lcsolutions were
offered and unanimously adopted
Whereas Wo havo learned to oui
gicat regiet that in tutlicronco of Ms
material interest Prof Moirison Cald
well has determined to sever his con
nection with our school and our coni
munitv and
Whereas Wo recognic the fact that
in losing him we aic losing a true
friend an able conscientious and
efficient teacher and ono who has done
much for tho cause of education in tho
community that our town is bereft
of a valuable citizen and ono who is
at all times a power for usefulness and
the general advancement of intelectual
and social interest and
Whereas Wo regard tho loss of
this estimable friend and his family
as one keenly to bo felt and difficult to
replace therefore bo it
Kesolved That it is duo to him and
in harmony with our feelings that wo
mako this public expression of our
sontimontB and convoy to him our
deop sense of obligation for his con
stant and uniform devotion to duty
with mi efficiency and zoal that but
few could cxerciso Wo feel that his
work has made impressions which
will go with us through life and more
fully fit us for the duties which wo
shall bo called upon to discharge We
would invoko for him and his family
tho constant caro and guidance of a
kind and All wise Providence and
may they live long and be happy in
tho accomplishment of tho work for
which they are so woll equipped
Prof Caldwell responded in a most
touching speech of thanks and expres
sion of appreciation declaring that
tho recollection of his residenco in
Moss Point would always remain a
green spot in his memory That tho
hearty co operation and support that
ho had received would always secure
good rosults in tho school
Tho party reached home at a season
able hour highly ploased with tho
enjoyment of tho evening
A Big Mine at Cripple Creek Col
Tho discovory on Mineral Hill ot
lead carbonate Saturday tho ore
which gave Leadvillo its groat boom
is regarded by mining men as the
most romarkablo ovormado in Cripple
Creek district Tho vein is four feet
in width and It is all pay An assay
returned 10 in gold sixty ounces sil
ver and 31 por cent lead
Bring your job work to this olllco
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We will have something
of interest to show our
many friends in tho way
of
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in windows Wo are
so busy opening up new
goods wo havo not got
the time to write up
an ud Our
5c and 10c
Room
Will from now on bo
under the management
of Mr C C Fogg and
he wants his many
friends to call and see
him for every sale helps
him
I fully intended to close
that room but havo
inado this arrangement
and will continue it
Now call and see what
he can show for tho
small Mini of jo and lCc
We will havo tho largest
line that has ever been
shown for the amount
Very respectfully
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Main St Mr Sterling
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Goodwins Higli School
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BOYS AND YOUNG MEN
AWILllEGIN
IsCcrid ay Sept 3 1694
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A Boarding and Day School for Girls
A Piimaiy iiid Academic Dopnitmcnte
Tllfc KAU WILL 11EG1N SEl
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Mi h Lcm will ivtnin chnigu ot the fcltool
and In existed lt competent teathu in the
tmioiii dcpiitincnti ljuiaion will lie made
fm ti ci inn little pil and liojg uudei wnen
jeiuot iri for two limn ilniU The work in
Litetucuic fin thocu wll be iiivided iiftii four
com hen of iiino weeks each consisting of the
Litit uiues of Kmoptin commies nnd their
imluciiic upon Hbtoi and a coine in Amer
ican I Hi iituio Excellent ndtnntage in
Mathematics Music and Alt Latin and ono
modem language included in tho course with
out evi i rhaifre Mi Lcwin M nt Mis Nnn
nlo H imis on IlnuUmi nwnue for the sum
mei Foi fuithei Information 01 foreatalosjs
call tin i or addiess Mis tj M Lew in Ml Star
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WJTHY HOODS Because
Hoods Sarsaparilla is the best
most reliable and accomplishes the
greatest cures HOODS CURES
Sugar House Molasses
I havo shipped a carload of Louis
iana mol isses direct from tho planta
tion It is pure and clean and is
good- that is not often sold here Call
at I F Tabbs and seo Pamplo and
get p Ices that aro so low that you aie
certain to buy
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