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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ftnr-ffV-fl- J itjffjftl -- JA y JI il r v m At Paducah nominated gress Dogs Hogs t f l ni i uaj li TiTiTiTimiii tjcs ta M iV vi VOLUME ATTORNEYS IV HUMPHREYS VETERINARY SPECIFICS For Hones Cattle Sheep First o RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER THE C0M3J0XWEA1TLL the Republicans have Edgar T Franks for ConÂ¬ I 9 K 1I MASKED DESPERADOES Bob an C Ilnil- the OL K roini Alter Ulndlng and Jugifliii tho ttessenger Right in the limits of Urbana early Thursday morning masked roo bors robbed an express car on the CL S C road Just after the train left tho depot throe men jumped on the platform of tho express car next to tho baggago car and battering dowu tho door two of thorn closely masked entered tho car They both covered the messenger E S Scudder with their revolvers and ordered him to throw up his bunds While one of tho robbers bad tho drop on him tho other proceeded to buck and gag him and tio him to his chair They then searched bis pockets and secured tho keys to tho safe This they unlocked and plunder Â¬ ed Tho amount of money taken is 407 It was thought that the wages of tho Express crew from Sandusky to Co-Â¬ lumbus was in tho safe and that tho robbers knowing that it was pay day had committed the robliery under the impression that they would socuro a big haul They wore mistaken in this for tho night express does not carry hoavy Bums of money Tho robbers not only took the money from the safe but thoy took tho watch and chain and 75 from tho messenger his last months salary The robbers kept a close watch on tho messenger until tho train reached Bolle fotaine and when within a short dis- Â¬ tance of tho depot tho men left tho train and disappeared Scudder had in the meantime succeded in working his right hrd loose and as the last ono of tho rob- Â¬ bers was leaving the train ho seized a revolver and fired a shot at the man Tho officers at Bellefontaine were im mediately notified and they started in all directions scouring tho country Two men were arrested early during tho forenoon on suspicion of being implicated in tho robbery e Baggageuiaatet Comb has since ldontified one as the man who held the revolver under bis nose while getting off tho train at Belle Mil TfiSrignglWa rjjS- - A 8 S Wi I -- y i f i w i y- - i si r- - r- - -- i - T esMS gu jeffi1 1890 NUMBER 17 F4 A RkMMOND S - KT KIRN AM - RUSHING THINGS E Hoots FIFTY FIRST CONGRESS First Session Washington Spt 2a Senatd After nn THRILLING ACCIDENT A Hook and Ladder Wagon lides with a Stroet Car Col- Â¬ TTORSE IS- - A TLA W KfNTlCKY Utilltling II JJurniim LLIVAN A TTORXETA T LA W Kknticky RlCHMOXD A SI mi Iirst Sin et mil y 1 Mime lis formerly lax Miller or - LXWKLL a ttorxei a Rl II r la r VIMi Km ic kv 3- 500 Page Buck on Treatment of Animal nun Cliuit Sent Free crais FeTcrst oarestlons Inflammation AAJSpiant l nlruilis Milk Fever II B strains Lameness Kbcomatinm t lisienipT Nasal Discharge Bull or i ruba Vorms-I--F- 1oaths Heave- - Pneumonia folic or liius Hell in lie M isearria e Ilciiiorrhn gen HH I rinary and Kidney 1 Eruptive Ilieer Manse J Diseases of UiKClion Paralysis BburV rMduws 0 Stable Case v Itli RpccnVa Manual ilry un Oil anil Medlcator 9700 Jnr cirinnr lire Oil 110 Sod br DrpgBirts or Sent Prepaid anywhera anaia any qnanlit on Receipt of Price ili-m- ir1 AMD POTJLTBT 6ticd R Chambers of Owensboro for S10000 for false imprisonment AWauCB BDCKJIBft a somnambulist shot and killed Dicy Miller another nogro at Princeton the other day was taken from jail at that place by a mob at an early hour next morning and hanged Miller was the second man that Humphreys had killed II GamnOBQ of Louisville has Eaiinest UtMPnBEYs a nogro who of the Tariff Bill on tho Trade of Foreign Countries Â¬ Bwawoai Cur on a Every Tlilnpr Available Pressed Into Ser Â¬ vice to Out Article of Merchan dise Hero Before tho Hill fines Into Klleet walked out upon roof and through a skylight to Ma death in Newport Humphreys Medicine Co 109 Fulton St H Y - hithpsheys HOZTXCrATHIC In use m yen ni ItKSTAli rURUERY WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON Khntickv KlillMOMl i A lortuiit j nu rrm TTiftonlFTirc9prfil ffj W dy for lenroas Debility vital Weakness ProtimUoa from iYrr work or other wane rii imht ati i r- - inl for tiian1 ra reoriptof NUVX llCGtjiHTB nrs nt - Ilh linlMiiiti Main Street M ii Irai lice limited In iJ dentistry J In lim 1 M Oltlce 3- - MADISON J C MORGAN J SL 1 It I C II SI XD KEN TUCK Monumental Works 3- office Main street over Miull wm National - RICHMOND KY yiuY MiMi leffvaaa W BUBGIN DENTIST Kenticky formerly occupied ilaee Street lry Woods Store on hy lir Kes I VVCUEKD D D KlltKS I ILLE KEX 77 CAT lifflec at Klniicll iinint in residence I ie Kverj thing 17 imfe--Mo- P1IYKICIAX sssHHsSsHBBiV J NT 1oYNTZ IS CI A X A XD S IttEON Kemicky Run mono U 1 M Oini-i- Second Street next to Whites Drag Every L -- - Character Mil u -- t U 1 K VANS - MI and gr ule of Monumental Work from the smallest fctone to the most IH SI CI A X A XIJ SURG BOX Rkiimond OITiee -- - Kpnticky L Seeml Street OK MOST ELABORATE m Proprietor lt T J STATUARY TAYLOR Our prices comjictc with city houses Designs furnished on application Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery viMi Kkmukv i ifflee Second Street over Dykes Gtocery S- Imported - Native Marble Call K JnllN rill palates FOSTER SICIAX AXD SURGEON M - and GRANITE ahvavs on hand and sec me RjCmMMfTft - Kenticky i- - I- - A D FLORA II C office Main street iiliiii it cor next door to Luzons Mam and Tate Geo P McCanx Price y i -- isMirn md - Whitk Hall Ms In- - Ill 1 SIC I A X AXD SCHGEOX Kenticky services to tile pnli- s- - MM Cia Glass Si PRICE Ware Importers of professional Bcusekeepin R S M LETCHER IHISUIAX AND SCItGEOX KUTVCKT iMtle Sinttli W Rl IIMwMl ItnlUltiiK Cr - Main and Mill Si - LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Main M 1 stret IKIiiHI - PUfSIClAN ANDSURGBi - Mttnlhili cim Ii Iliiiialiuiis Mil In niiiiUi Kni KeNTHKY nni on Mnln Slu et t HBd nl Itssiics anil tluiils lilleroseopieal Issly Dinner Sct i Tea Sets Chamber Sets Tin Set Laniis and Hall Lights Piano Iams Glassware Plated Ware Coal V Kine Wares from cs JK CS Kll i UOL1 Ki l M Komeopithic Physician and Surgeon tIMMV 11 Foreign uml Hoiiiestit Art Iailiilles mi crtr The largest finest anil wort varied stock irilei- nxer Kiven I ti I in liMise Wt ai hut an any inlili lliiii HHW lSiiiihtV iiirs S3n to Otm WEOLSSALS LZPAM14E1TI SK iiil aileiilion in anil all ilifTi- - is filled with cheaper wares and we titer of vmnieii rattents treated Si a ilis- i Wc ever before imlliic tnedieiiies sent to a gieak rarietjr than Our buy 1 tin best 5 cent Lamp Chininey is good Our Luster Band aas JIiS IKNNINiJS - cv GIBSON Physicians and Surgeons RtcllMiMl - Kentilky i Hires nltiff Main street over Aallaee 4 iil Wares last longer our commonest knives lact even thing - selected Iroin factories who are known for never slighting work jpF Ouieis promptly tilled Prices gladly given McCANN PRICE ti iS in E AlLTZ CIA X AXD Richmond Oltlee 22S W J SI It GE ON - A G WILLIAMSON IH IS CITY KNtilNEKK Kemickv Civil Engineer Burnain A Is- - and Surveyor for Raw way Turn- Main Htreet Ilienaiilt Itulldini up stairs lfK JM BLACK IlIlSICIAX AXD SCRGEOX 25- - pikes EtwadNrayw Batiaualea given c Farm draiiiHge Town Lotn laid nil Survey made GENERAL LAM Linest BURVEY8 ailenltoa given RkdHoisk Ky HAS BOOKER E TEHIXA It T SURGEON RADIATE ONT VET COLLEGE I It topogrMpliieal mips ami pl its of Cot rescind- farms and other Ihih- ilh patties JNletwatCw enee solifileii in stirvexs of lanils in mountain conn- lies tf Kenlufkv retraced Hpeewsl JgrOllire Citv Hall Richmond Ky Dentistry and Sterility a SK cialiy OFFICE Next door to Climax office 111 Uatjhan building Kiclnuimil Ky Veterinary CityLotsforSale I Â¬ For Sale or Heat STORE HOUSE i have a few lots on Fiflli Street These lots are lieatiti I desire to aell or rent jirivately the ready for sale fiillj local eil on high mid gently rollare Uimlntv ing ground and are considered by ev Â¬ erybody as being the best located ol any in the city for residence filtiaifsl on a giaal corner lot in Ellin Persous who wish to build nice houses loii Ky knoMii ix ilie Hokoh pttrfiar-tv- - will do well to rxiuiiine these lota I H H rjQLYER S will only place a few on the market at present I have a plot of the ground at Dr Poyiizs office T S BRONSTON J ESSE COBB 7- Doriuty Grand Master of tho Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentucky Charles II Flake was elected Brand Master IIov Jons F Wiison received the Republican nomination in tho Eloventh Kentucky District As Mr lohn M Gillespie a prominent farmer of Simpson County waw leading a horse to wall the animal became restless and tried to get loose In tho struggle with the horse Mr Gillospio bad his right log broken and received internal injuries from which ho died tho next morning lie was well con- Â¬ nected and stood high in the community The jury In the case of Jack Henderson on trial in tho Christian circuit court for tho murder of lcm Morris in that county last spring brought in a verdict the other afternoon finding him guilty of manslaiigbter and fixing his punishment at fifteen years in the States prison Tho trouble that led to tho killing grew out of an old family feud Pout Royal Henry County has organized a hank to be styled The Citizens Rank of Port Royal with a capital stock of BSOM Tho officers aro W L Mettall president Silas Cuming vice president and Sidney J Knock of Eminence cashier It Is estimated that more than 200 couplos wore dnncingon the floor at one time at the ball after the Fall Celebration at Louisville tho other night Tue court of appeals the other day handed down a decision affirming tho judgment of the lower court in the case of A F Winn vs tho Board of Park Commissioners It is held that the elec- Â¬ tion upon the proposition to issue 8000 0O0 for tho establishment of parks in Louisville wos valid and in sufficient somplianco with the law The great trotting sire Pancoast by Herald dam liicara has been sold by John II Shultz of New York to Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown this State Pancoast was sold to Mr Sliults at the breaking up of dl nview farm near Louisville three years ago for 28000 Two years ago ho track by light- Â¬ ning and since then hag been partly re- Â¬ tired Leading Kentucky horsemen are now satisfied that his value was not impaired by the accident and be is still as valuable as ever for breeding pur- Â¬ poses At Paris Charles Ferguson colored fell from the new residence of Newt Mitchell a distance of thirty five foot lighting on an iron fence One of tho rods on tho iron fence ran through his left log just below the thigh and he hung there until rescued by other workmen nishaclt was broken and he was athcrwlse hurt He will die Neai Leonvllle Calloway County Thomas McCiain and his son Frank quarrelled about a hogshead of tobacco The angered son lifted the half of an ron buggy axle and throw it at his father The spindle end struck the father in the loft side and entered up to tho shoulder of the axle about eight ncbes Tho son then assaulted tho father with a largo stick hitting him over the head and cutting an ugly gash Parties arriving pulled tho boy away nd the father was taken homo He lingered for throe days and died The on escaped but was caught near Paris Tcnn and jailed The murdered man was aged forty and his son twenty Wm Johnson colored has been sen- Â¬ tenced to throe years imprisonment for arson at Ilopkinsvillo Ho let fire to tho station in which ho was sonfined hoping to escape EliZAiiETii Bailey wlfo of a woll-to-l- o farmer near Sadie villo Scott County jotnmlttod suicide the other morning by aanglng herself with a clothes line She vas sixty five years old and no cause n be assigned for her deed lly a vote of tho companloscomprising he Third Regiment Kentucky State Guards Lieutenant Colonel T J Smith f Bowling Greon has been promoted to be position of Colonel Mahtin J Jb tho L and S fireman who was impaled tho other light on tho flagstaff of an engine at Brooks Station diod from his Injuries it Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Louisville Booth Oldham aged about thirty fears was found on tho railroad track aorth of Hopkinsvllle in an unconscious Hate with a terrible wound on hrs head lie is supposed to have fallen asleep on tho track while intoxicated and to have been struck by an engine His wounds are considered fatal The last spike in the Richmond Nicholasville and Irvlno railroad was Iriven at Versailles tho other evoning Levy Bitos distillery warehouse t Milton and liOO barrels of whisky burned the other afternoon Tho loss will bo over S1000O0 Dula Moo aged twelve diod at Lexington of hydrophobia The hank 0 Fulton has suspended Assets and liabilities unknown Lady Wilton the bay filly by Wilton 210V dam Lemonade has boon Hit by Bowcrman Brothers of for 810000 Lexington This is tho largest price ever piiid for a trotting filly The recently constructed P T A A railroad was opened from place to Kenseo on the Tennessee State Iln a few days axo and passenger and freight trains were placed la regular communication This road promises to be a good feeder to Paducahs other roads Colonel J M Tothi forrn ry a well known newspaper editor and publisher Kentucky died at Lake in Western City Fla a few days ago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ James Mr Kixik of the Worlds Fair Executive Committee was sleeted A m Â¬ Â¬ 0mm Many orders have been canceled and tho employes in most of tho button works have been put on short time At Port Hope Ont schooners steamers anil cars arc employed in rushing every thing to tho frontier beforo tho higher American duties come into forco on tho Bth inst It is feared however Fridays storm will prevent a largo quan- Â¬ tity of produce from getting over in time and buyers havo tlioroforo stopped liuying any thing moro for tho United States market This ha caused an almost complete stagnation in barley eggs and apples and a stag- Â¬ nation is likely to continue some weeks or until tho new regulation is under- Â¬ stood It is too early to say what effect the McKinloy bill will have thero Tho major part of this seasons production will have got to market under the old tariff The effect of tho passago of the McKinloy bill has been to hurry forward shipments of barley at Bell- Â¬ eville tint of which the elevators and warehouses havo been cleared Fully half the crop which is a light one has already been moved A very largo export of peasant appleshas been made All the eggs in store have also been shipped The prospective eifect of tho measure will be to stop tho export of barley and peas unless the United States prices advance to such an extent that about present prices can be paid Tho al- Â¬ export egg of will so be stopped Tho fact that the Mc Kinley bill will como into force Octo- Â¬ ber 0 has had the effect of materially lowering the price of barley at Sarnia Ont A high price was paid for several lontainc days by those buying for shipment to Oreat Fire In Sydney tho United States before tho bill camo Fire broko out in Sydney N S W into force It is likely that tho effect Wednesday night and despito the efof tho bill in the future will bo to lower forts of the firemen and tho assistance tho price of barley in that district and rendered them by citizens the ilamos tho United States as a market for Cana- Â¬ spread rapidly and extended over a dian oggs is considered practically large area on Pitt Castio Reagb Moore closed The seed houses at Capo Vin- Â¬ and Hunter streets Among the buildcent N V are working full force night ings dostroyed wore the city bank tho and day and employing as many schoon- Athenaeum club aud tho warehouses of ers as possible in order to get their Ca- Lart Sons Fleldheim A Co Ball nadian grown peas and beans into tho Co Gibb Shallard as Co Lawler k country beforo the McKinloy bill goes Richardson and Mr Wrench A number into effect of other business houses were in The damage is estimated at LSI Be Danced the Baby pounds I Ii Smith a young man of Ft Madison Nativoo 111 to visit went to Increase of Circulation Leo of Ho the family Casey Tho Treasury Department monthly found no ono but an statement of cbnnres in the circulation baby at home and as it was crying issued Thursday snows a net increase took it up and began dancing it on his during September past of SiViOOiToT kneo and singing to it Just then the Bond redemptions and prepayment of father came in and evidently enraged interest is tho chief cause of this unusu- Â¬ at tho sight grabbed a butcher knifo ally large Increase Tho total circulaand carved Smith up in a terrlblo shape tion of tho country on October 1 is lie was arrested to await tho result of placed at SI 49072709 against 51403 Smiths wounds 018000 on October 1 lMsJ an increase during the past twelve months of 9j Drnalng ths L ttery Bill 054700 During the twelve months imAssistant Attorney General Tynor mediately preceding this period the cirunder direction of Postmaster General culation increased 20077 TJU Wanamakor has prepared a circular of instructions to postmasters in regard to Hlstiken for a Catamount J J Mitchell and his brother wero the new lottery law Ho defines the term lottery to embrace all kinds ol hunting squirrels near Guthrio O T schemes for the distribution of prizes by The two men became separated Tho lottery or chance such as gift exhibi older shot a squirrel but it lodged In a tions raffles or the drawing of prizes in tree and ho climbed up to socuro it Tho other brother chanced to pass the mouey or property at fairs tree and seeing his brothers form on Cholera Steadily Progresses one of tho limbs mistook it for a cataIt is denied at Lloyds that cholera has mount He fired and his brother fell to appeared at Aden Notwithstanding the ground dead the denial quarantine has been estab Fortunate Result lished at the French and Algerian ports Tho little pleasure steamer Golden against vessels arriving from Aden Forty cases of tho disease were reported Eagle blew ap with fifteen people in Aleppo twenty eight of which proved aboard on tho lake in front of Peoria fatal The inhabitants of the placo aro 111 Thursday morning Tho steamer sunk but fortunately every body on leaving to escape the dis board was saved and only ono or two Education m Mts ilsslppl received slight injuries Tho Mississippi Constitution Conven- No Kulghts Ned Apply tion Friday proceeded to consider tho H Walter Webb third vice president subject of public oducation The sec- tion which provides that it shall bo tho of tho Now York Central has issued a duty of the Legislature to establish a circular forbidding the employment of uniform system of free public schools by members of tho Knights of Labor in taxation for all children botween tho any of the New York Centrals depart ages of five and twenty one was adopt ments ed Blue and Gray Reunite Tbo G A R and cx Confoderatos held Damages Against Hr Witber-ln-Laa joint rc union at Clinton Mo Ad Â¬ At Denver Col tho sut brought by dresses were delivered by Colonel Leo Mrs Kate Williams of New York llascheur and ludgo C 0 Burton FulMrs E S ly 3000 peoplo woro in attendance agaln6t her mother-in-laWilliams of Brooklyn ha been decided in favor of the plaintiff Mrs Williams The Capital of Oklahomi was tho Oklahoma City will bo tho permanent asserted that her mother-in-lacause of her husband abandoning her Capital of that country as soon as tho Sho asked S50000 damages The jury Governor puts his John Hancock to tho bllL Many of tho cow boys fear the awarded her VULjMl Governor will not do this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ elght-months-ol- d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ w TheMcKinley bill is likely to destroy the Birmingham Eng button trade Impcrtrnt Icfi lntlon the oour renee ropcrt on the dcliciency bill was adoptoil The confer ence reper on the tarts bill was read nd Messrs Mori an S em in utul Puddock spoke TwoJ of the Five Passengers Receive Se Â¬ A number of private i were nnased vere Injuries A Horse Inside a Car and after a brief executive sesiion the Senate Ono of the most thrilling accidents iitbjn nsea IIOCSK The liil to CoOno and rogulstc tho that has occurred in Cincinnati for a Jursil ctiun of V R Courts with Senate amend long time was that at Fifth and Syca Â¬ ments was briefly owossaai nnd laid aside Tho more Wodnesday night Shortly after conferoncc report on the funeral dellcicncy bill nine oolock tho hook and ladder truck was agreed to The crnL roncc report on the bll to increase tho ePlncncy ot the Signal of the fire company on Sycamore street Corps of the army and to transfer the Weather near Eighth driven by Henry Meyers Service to iho AfrleaHaral Department wag camo dashing down Sycamoro street oft tHrrccJ to On motion of Mr Caldwell COS Its way to the tiro on LwUraf Main street bill was passed to pruvent tle oeaecrawai of he At tho same timo Nowport car No 14 IT S flnu by ttio printing thereon of nny painting or ailvefisemcnti The House then took a driven by Peter Klein was going east on ivcning session to bo for the oonsM Fifth street Foolishly the car driver f ratloa i f blH reported by tlic Committee on thought ho could make the crossing be- Â¬ Indian AHatrs after which the House adjourned foro the truck reached Fifth street But Washington Pept 8 Fenate Tho con bo didnt Tho momentum of the heavy ference report on the ti rifl bill was tnken up truck was such that it was impossible to scrain tli morning and fr Carlisle addresicd The street car had reached a the Semite Messrs Allison Grny and Aldricn stop also made short speeches A vote on the con point where the rear half of it was In ference report was then taken whtcn resulted the middle of tho street As it reached ns follows YersSS nays S7 A deficiency bill to provide for compensnion of members and there the pole of the truck struck it The delegates ndeted bv the llcott ilcticency was just forward of the platform were rearing and plunging passed The transfer of tto Blfiial Service horses was agreed to Also the trial of trve delivery under the strain of tho drivers tug in small ton ns At T p m the Senate ad- ging at the reins By this rearing journed of the horses the polo was raised Horse On motion of Mr MrKlnley a eon and passed through the upper part of ciirrnt resolution was la directing tho clerk of the House to numticr conscrutlvoly tho the last window went on through and It tore a parasraphs of the enndloi tariff litlt The came out on the other side Speaker laid b fern the Housn the bill to doflno large piece out of the car lifted tho roof and regulate Iho iri dictlon of TJ S Courts up and made a hole largo enough to ad- Â¬ and it wns referred to the Judiciary Committee The request of the Senate for a conference ou mit the fore quarters of the left hand The collision brought the truck the bill to promoto the admin stralon of Jus horse S Army tice In the as granted and ear to a stand still with the pole An appropriation of 510 MX was passed to enable the sticking througii the car and the horse Postmaster General to test the froo doilvory system at small towns lessial bills were with his fore feet In the car pawing to extricate passed from the calendar and at n lfl p m tbo madly and endeavoring House adjournol ltsolfx In the corner of the car next to Washington Oct Senats The first tho window where the polo entered of Newsession of tlc tifty flrst Ci ncres o osed to day sat Miss Emma Bnrkamp at 6 p m At flic mlniits hi fore 1 the tarlO port Ky The pole passed within a bill enrolled wns rceeiv d from the House few Inches of her head in her f ight with the Speakers slpiaturo and It w s lm meiltaty slirned by tlio Vlc President and sho fell to the floor and scran led out Directly opreslte sat on tho platform sent to the PieaMHral of Mm Unite Sta tus signature Mr Harris offered a rcsoliifon a man He fell to his knees and irawled tendering the thanks of MM Diwals to Vicc out on the platform leaving tie hir o Presiiicn Morton for the illinifiod Impartial The members and courtec us manner in which he hail i resided in possession of the car over the ileliberrtlons of Hie fcrnat Adopted of the hook ard ladder con pary at unanimously A resolulon slmlmr in Its terms once began to try as get the horte out was offered by Mr Ransom tn comp imonl to the othor ono having broken loose froa Senator Irgalls as Pn sldent pr tempore and Instead of backing o it It was also annnlmoosty adopted A message bis hitchings was recetrsd from the Flouse announcing its as the fireman wanted him to the ani concurrence with WMiwsStwMsa as to negoti mal in his struggles got his hind hoofs ations with Great nritinn and Mexico to preinto the car and then a as clear in Ho vent Chinese entering the United State A wonld not back out but turned around Journod sine die and stood lengthwise of the vehicle HorSE In his prayer this moruins the Chap- Â¬ The only way ho could be got out was to lain of tho Ileu e referred to the apiroachiBg The escape end of tho sossion and invoked tho Divine break tho sides of the car of the five people from death ot blessing npon tho members during the vocation Mr McKi ice OI chain an of the comserious injury was marvelous Miss Bnr-Â¬ mittee appoint I 10 wall on H President an- kamp escaped with a cut on fbe left el Â¬ nounced that the Preside n bad no further combow and a out over the left eye neither r the Bouse took munication to make and tn Jos Cot a recess Darin nearly aU tho of tho wounds being serious member left the to make preparations chert another passen er received a seÂ¬ for their departure from use city and when the vere but not dangerous scalp wound Speaker reconvened tle House thst official All the others did not receive even a look d down np a a vast array of empty ae ats Ono passenger stood oo tbe lie merely stat that accorling to the concur- scratch rent rcsoiut on he declare tle first session of platform and one horse was on one lido the Fifty first Congress adjourned without day Of him and tho other on the other side Â¬ Pimples AXD- - KENTUCKY CENTRAL IT BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest an tral Ke East Â¬ Blotches yR P EVIDENCE That the blood is wrong and that nature is endeavoring to throw off the impurities Nothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swift s Specific S S S It is a simple vegetable compound Is harmless to the most delicate child yet itjorces the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood a severe case of blood poison thit unfitted me for business for four years A few bottles of Swifts Specific S S S cured me J Jones City Marshal Fulton Arkansas Treatise on Rlood and Skin Diseases r Iiee Swift bracinc Co Atlanta ua I contracted I W FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington air IB Cincinnati Mi Hill Kx KfiVil SOCTIl JJOlMi Lie Arr Paris Arr Lexli Lve Tan Arr Arr i Arr Arr -i 1 sun te Rgaymjgs rmamtmmr i t Ive Â¬ D TV fr 1 I FF JmJk Ii Arr Livim A e IT i Lei Kx -- NORTH rT5tSTfesT wan Br Mm an VI Lve Ive rr Klein1110111I 1 AmsrtmmJt way itcw Arr rr Wine f ve IeXillKltill Â¬ MAYSVILLR BRAN 1 Â¬ 1 IlTCHHIRERftJEWEUB DEAIEK IX Waaajsna- 1 rr v 1 e Vi - Clocks Jewelry Hilver ami MllTli IilUNll Special a ml i Piated ware etc Â¬ Â¬ attention given to ivr I Â¬ FETTINCf DIAMONDS I ililllllHt P AND OTHER PRKCIOUS rJTOKBV Â¬ ctnuatl S iiinl 11 Ru nil slop Xo I Kuns liiiv from Lexliie REPAIRING Promptly done and in a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold Kitiinotlt ii Nn 7 V in liiliHf in Ni 7 s I lepot Iielwi en Julin a A ir and Silver yet escaped without injury A WONDERFUL MAGNET Amazing Force Developed by Kleotrlcity in a lluirr Mais of OIiIbL Tbe car Jay Dont forget the place next door was a complete wreck The demolished to the Pout office Richmond Ky Cab on tbe truck looking like It bad been 31- trnek by lightning Believed to be La Orlpps Inly 1st TRAIN NiiT Lexlnc en 1lneini Nil 1 er fur Milnts nn I MI oUT A rile at illet iej n 10 h Htil H III Probablj the largest and strongest mngnet in the world is that at Willotts Point X Y It came to be made by ac cident Major King happened to 9oe Â¬ Boomers Ready to Hove Hundreds of boomers aro crossing tho line and preparing tosettlo in thoChoro- kee strip There are several regularly organized colonics and thoy aro Indig- Â¬ nant at President Harrison for not rompolling tho cattlo men to vacate Tho boomors say if an attempt is made to put them out they will resist Detained Priests Released Â¬ To Leave the Stato Forever Thomas OConnor serving a life scn tonco In tho Stillwater penitentiary for murdering his nephew tweve years ago has been pardoned and ordered to leave Minnesota forever Cotton Picking Machine A cotton picking machino has boon ld After an Investigation by Deputy CoRov Dr Minkcnburg Ingham and Rev Dr Loentgerutb tho two Cath- Â¬ Rotten Ties Cause a Wreck olic clergymen who arrived at Philadel- Â¬ Rotten tios caused a serious wueck on phia on board the steamer Bongenland tbo Wheeling and Lake Erio road and wore not allowed to land under tho Eleven passengers aro injured provisions ol the contract labor law Large Cotton Crop bave beon released and proceded on Indications are for an unprecedented tbeir journey for St PauL cotton crop llector H invented which it is claimed will savo ninety per cent in tho present cost of picking two large fifteen inch DaJslfren guns lying unused side by side oa the dock Ho Immediately conceived the idea that a magnet of enormous power could be constructed by means of these cannon with submarine cable wound about them Electricity was brought Into use the cannon beiag wound with cable and they were e inverted into a huge porma net magnet An idea of its power may be gathered from the following descrip- Â¬ tion in a New York paper The magnet which stands about ten feet from the ground is eighteen feet lonsr and has eight iiiiles of cable wound about tho upper part of the guns It takes a forco of 23 000 pounds to pull off the armature A crowbar applied to the magnet required the combined forco of four strong men to tear it awu seemingly Impossible experiment was performed with some lifteen inch cannon balls They were solid and as much as a strong man could lift yet the magnet held several of them suspended In the air ono under tho other The most interesting experiment was the test Blade of an American watch Ever since the great railroads of tho country bave compelled their employes to provide themselves with timepieces that would not bo attracted by tho magnetism generated by the car trucks there has boon muoh speculation as to whether such a watch could lie made and a sharp rivalry has beon going on between tho Amorican and Swiss maaufa turora The tost was en- Â¬ Tho magnet was so tirely satisfactory powerful that an ordinary watch was stopped stock still as soon as it camo within three feet of it while an Amor leal non monetic watch was for ton minutes held in front of tho magnet and it did not vary the hundredth part of a second An amusing was made Whon ono tried with a sledge hammer to wield it in a direction opposite to tho magnet he felt as though be wero trying to hit a blow with a long feather in a gale of wind This simple experiment takes tho conceit out of a strong man Another amazing tost was mado with a number of carpenters spikes A spike was put lengthwise on the end of tbo magnet then another spiko was at tached to the first and so on until a lino of them stood straight out from the mag not at least four feet in length Treasure Trove Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ La grippe has made its reappearance near Carthage 111 and many people are seriously ill Tbo first fataltty was at Hamilton Mrs Arnold wife of Wm Ar- Â¬ nold city marshal lielng tbo victim Mrs Arnold nearly became insaue with the disease last inter Physicians say that much of tho Illness now prevalent Is tbo result of la grippe Ono woman was sent to tho insane asylum Jack the Rppar ran Tho police of the Whitcchnpel dis trict Loudon havo received a warning from Jack the Ripper that he is about to kill another woman Tho hand writ ing of tho letter is identical with that of tho othe letters which it has been tho custom of the murderer to send to tho police prior to the murder and mutila- Â¬ tion of some poor creature in Whitc chanel A Â¬ Â¬ 7 r r-- For f ii L-- any 1 n II W Ml F K I 00 rj S - K lir Mi RM O 2 - B - Ooouin shoes P A TPPTfYM wnrrnntnl ami every pnir vAUslVH anil prt e tumpet on bottom his has nitiiie -- 5 Z- J - - m NEW NAVAL VESSELa Contracts Vastly 5o t tls m m BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY The Madison County Bible Society has Brooks in at the drug store of StocktOji Richmond a large number of liihles and Arrival of h Compte d Paris 9F Testaments They offer them at extremely Tho Compte do Paris and party arrived low prices to those who are able to buy ThU Fine Saddle Stallion willl make the and propose to give them awav to all who at New York Friday morning They season of lfxo at lie Fair Grounds will- - remain in this country about one Ministers throughare not able to buy Richmond Kv at to see that month out the county are r the poor o their respective vicinities are Daath of tin Counts Vain 15 TO INSURE COLT supplied L CRUTCIIER President Karl Haas tl valet of the Count of W Paris wbc vs removed frointhc steam Â¬ Mad Nat Bank 40 18 E COBB is ship Qoramwie to St Vincent Hospital hands high I5i wcihs close to at 3 oclock Friday afternoon died at 7 Jt color 4 vcars old 200 poundk fine action and is a model NOTICE TO CREDITORS oclock in the evening from Intestinal saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond in obstruction He had b en iil duringthO dam bv Tuttle horse he by Estill Eric voyago ii and 3el sire of dam ol ALL THOSE HOLDING CLAIMS Fv EiUsd by An Explosion Vara 1am Lucy by Young against the late firm Si Wil n Davy Crcn The boiler of Urn Gurleyl saw mill am by Cannon Whip is are notiful prop near lurdy McXalry unity Tenn ex Â¬ er 4th dam d on or bc erly verified to All care rill be Uken to prevent acci- fore October I All those owing the ploded Friday with a terrific noiso dents or escapes but will not be responsi- above firm arc hereby notified to come killing fivi tnr n arc Wm ble should any occur Lien reserved on forward and settle and save cost and v tho oivner his son Walter Pitt the colt for the seivice fe trouble lored man J B Willis man Win Johns n CO CHARLES CULVER 40- wliow name is njt Trustee ofG W Willis 14 17 Â¬ Tin Idaho Election The Republican majority in Idaho on the State ticket is lsoo Tho Legisla- Â¬ ture will lie forty two Republicans to ten Democrats with two in doubt George 11 Cheover DD LLD well Refused to Answer tho Questions Farmers Piefer Dacoy and Miller of known as both clergyman and author Hume 111 aro under arrest for refusing died at bis bomo in Englewood N J Wednesday morning at ten minutes past to tell the Census Enumerator all they They are a wealthy trio 6 oclock He was conscious dp to the know last hour of bis Illness Aged Colo ed Wom i A colored woman named Juliana Al Kafonal Prison Congress Tho National Prison Congress Cincin- derete Corrales baa just died at Fan Ex Antonio De Los Banes Cuba at the ago nati adjourned on Wednesday President Hayes was re elected presi- of 125 years dent and the next session will be held Desperate OMltsrfsttsr Canrht in Pittsburgh October 10 1S01 A Campbell u Delly a des ted in La- perate counterfeiter Original Packages In Iowa A Peoria Ills firm has commenced fayotto La after a hard fougUt strug Â¬ the sale of liquor in original packages gle in Iowa and will fight It out on tho ground that the Iowa prohibition law is Snowing on thi Rocky Mountains Â¬ Â¬ Rev Dr Chsever Dead J -- Â¬ t The stormy season on tbo Rocky Mountains comreenood Saturday night Several colored robbers wore killed In and quito an amount of snow has full n Winchester rifle match with a sheriffs in different places The weather reÂ¬ N posse in Ozark Ark ports received at Denver Col show that snow is falling from Salida to The Public Drbt The publio debt outstanding October Ouray and it is also snowing at Silver Aspen and Glenwood ton Leadville 1 was il 550009 509 decrease during Au Springs Six inches of snow has fallen gust 84682P0S pea within the past forty eight The Tariff Bill S Dair hours This Is tho first genoral snow of President Harrison signed tho Mc- Â¬ the season Kinloy torlff bill at 3iil p m Wednes- Â¬ day Poisoned By Hir Neighbor Romo Ga is in a highly excited state Valuable Borse Burned ho case of The Wilkes stallion over tbo devolopov 11 iveredhad owned by Dr John Wilbur of Mrs Wimple who Alcyon her frionu and noigh Palmer Mass and valued at 10000 been poisoned ly McKoo Tho offorts to bor Mrs Dors Was burned in a barn near Iowa City relievo Mrs Wimple were unsuccessful Mm Arrested for Counterfeiting and she died Sunday afternoon Molvin Lasslter Geo Wilson Miner McKee is still at largo but tho officers Turner Wm Warren and Chas Pierco are making a vigoron search for her Minneola Tox farmers are under ar She is a young ami rest for counterfeiting twentv fivo vcars old Colored Robbers Silled throo-year-old unconstitutional Awarded for Four More The Inferior Navul Strength of tbe United States The award of contracts for tbe con- Â¬ struction of three now battle ships and a cruiser last week gives evidence of promptness in carrying out the laws for Increasing tho effectiveness of tho navy Two of the hattla ships and the cruiser are to be constructed by tbo Cramps of Philadelphia tho lowest bidders and tho third battle ship is to bo built on tbe Pacific Coast Tbo big vessels aro to cost a little over 3000000 each and tbe cruiser aliout 84750000 Witt thoso four new ships tbo United States will havo five battlo ships and ten cruisers well armored to gether with thlrty ono nnarmored ves Â¬ sels Tho Inferior position of the United States as a naval power will still bo very marked notwithstanding tbo liberality of Congress Even China is ahead of us In this respect and such countries as Austria Norway Sweden Turkey Holland Spain and Italy have much larger navies than tho United England has 70 States armored and 201 unarmorcd ships France 57 armored and 20rt nnarmored Russia 49 armored and 110 nnarmoured and Germany 40 armoured and 119 un armoored When tbe new American ships are built there will bo a demand for more sailors to man them- - It tl esti Â¬ mated that 2000 additional seamen will bo required before half tbo number of vessels under way are constructed Tho present strength of the naval establish Â¬ ment is 10000 men which at present gives only about a three quarter crew for tbo ships in commission and tho a Secrotary of the Navy will be obligod A Horrible Orlms during tho next session to ask Congress While out nutting seven miles oast of for relief There is no doubt thst aft Belleville 111 Iioronz Karius and Lor act will be passed to Increase tho num-Â¬ enz Mueteren came across tho senseless ber of enlisted men for the new navy bodies of a negro man of seventy and his daughtor aged forty with their OIOANTIO BURGLARY throats cuts from ear to ear The wom Â¬ A Minnesota Miser Robbed of III Fortune an revived sufiicientlv to tell a horrible ot 00000 by Buts Who Eat lb story of crime She said that thoy were Steve Zenga a misnr living on the attacked while sleeping by an unknown man whocutthoir throats and robbed Missouri river near Chamberlain S D thom of all the pjonoy they had tbreo discovered that be ha1 lost a fortune in It had been bis cus Â¬ Subsequently tho man died a peculiar manner dollars tom for several years to secrete his surÂ¬ woman an not live The plus cash In a cellar under his house instead of placing it in a bank Tho Tin Ceuat T inched pile had gradually accumulated until The Comte de Paris sent a cable dis- Â¬ the total reached over WO 000 all In patch to friends in Paris Raying that he greenbacks In denominations of from 81 was profoundly towebed by the warm to S500 On visiting his secret hoard bo welcome received in America found that rats and mice had burrowed In and chewed up the bills until thoy Cholera a Barcolona ore entiretv worthless Cholera is believed to have broken out A Fifty Tfejusa U Dollar Blase In Barcelona where five suspected cuvs mo of which havo Boring have been Cos sho house on Pearl street Cinciu iHi was ib r oyel by fire Â¬ a -- 1 a a -- r r fE r V -- o ra 1 - -- 1 W L DOUCLAS 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN Fine Thi- B 7T f lrala alf and Laced fxiellenco and miaibM oaanti hy tbs stroaa end cannot be better shows thaa meats of Its thousands of constant siatm rbirnnt Onoinr S SeOO SIVll l ir- lland oewed an lit- - elf Z3 1r hos eta t aOO Iiand-sew-- d ssvss awa len - C C Clnnimlii O 5 050 w 5 L a j 1 er have been niwt f averabl j to any shoes sold st these prices ask your unar ana a ne cmo direct to factory enetsaxaa adi postal rjr nl r Dianas 32 SHOES W 1 uoeqnaDra Par oasBswi ir Welt Is lue Handout Shi e at a n miliar price Iltlii rmna shoe H mm billy sdspMd ter mllnmil men farmers etc All mail- - In Coatrns Button and Lare lakes DOlULAS Hrscatsa Maaa Sold by Jack Freernan AITTEH CHICKEN Cholera Cure s WELLS F B CARR C T WELLS Coal Yard in CO Ik Oiilv Tin Only a siinare from the un lirwna You dont have to semi away out to the tlepot f Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lamp Coal Now open at Myerst 0I1I lumlxr jiul of dollars worth of next to Heeoml Prmby ieriitn cliureli chickens die every year from Chol- Quickest delivery in town Lowest era It is more fatal to chickens than prioee Try 17- C T WELLS Ss CO all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for For 15 years at 37 Court Place now at one hundred chickens It is guarLOfldSllDBZT aSsSSS anteed If after using two thirds of A TTivtertr Stel a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly ia Itsay OMSSyS ihjSi aS las MaassadMlsshtsMsaissei satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken CHRONIC aztdnSS2VAL Sill Cholera return it to the undersigned tubta and your monev will be refunded 1 Thousands Â¬ u- Â¬ DR RICE j f rnrul Â¬ Highest of all la Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 STOCKTON ft BROOKS tmomrmm n I la lull mmmt i la ttWKSK ABSOLUTELY PURE tfi c n 0 - Pi Important Notice Debts due McKkk fc Tk the services of stallions serving oiiree in 1887 1888 18 Sii am pskl to Owen KeKee All mares farmed in 1SS9 by McKee Traynor having colts living at weaning time will he paid for by Owen MaKcr owner of ibe colts April li lsflrt 44- OWEN McKEE c noii i f 11 ill s oiMI I to - kaaBwaaXhMi I anar IDual Few lobm J raesy Ii u ci ij stvhi s asaa r I Svantoa imII St as Strirtva S OiSSlli dSeriSnS tami a aay Tusioviiay- tornfisaal iK ir a Si SSo b Cnraa Uiiarsvnta la all cjndortaken MS un iiolry r i i rjsi nMiiriliianil iiiiipm aoi Ciiaaa - oil j moSJi PRIVATE COUNSELOR THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON itHEU EVKBY Editor ElNDiIAY BY he Climax Printing Wn G White Chas S Co Powell PBB Wclrcslay riUCE YEAR fl50 October 8 1890 Democratic Ticket FR COXGKB8B IAMBS R M CKKARY i t ion in November er Ioik Johnson fur njivof thv Constitutional inclwling back sum ni menil of hie atur- - number wn Times suggest ay thai olaiiM fr Ux anl constitution alniut it in the now that is a pood sugges- - IM The Constitutional C invention is get ad ive aiii effective work Jut well never know what will be done lone tor f the numerous resolutions only a small number will be I acted ujon by the House the follow- Â¬ ing are of some general interest The shipping and subsidy bills a bill direct- Â¬ ing the Srretary of the Treasury tie the accounts of Baltimore anil of cer ates for money expended in lftf a bill extending the free delivery system a bill to pension army nurses a bill to transfer the weather bureau to the Agricultural Department a bill to subject the insxotion of live cattle and beef products intended for exort The Blair educational bill the French spoliation rlaiian and the proposed international copy right bill are among the am the womau suf and prohibition amendments to Extravagance has been the constitution the feature of the session just The regular appropriation bills sum up 100000 or 152800000 more i m appropriated at the first b of the Fiftieth Ooapcem This doe s not include the many millions reipiinil for new pensions lor new ships and fur certain public works for which As the total contracts are aathoriaed estimated revenue for the year is 450 t - in sight lir the first may the war boast of this at least that it has dissi thc accumulations of former ad rations anl has extinguished the of revenue As it accomplished the latter feat by increasing taxes in stead ol reducing them the people expected it will get its reward doubtless in the coming elect Â¬ Â¬ l Â¬ Â¬ inp enterprises conducted on such a magnificent scale as now Never was there such intelligent breeding and never were the appliances for developing the trotter so perfect Even the last four or five Years the improvement has been wonderful Within the next few years grander results in the way of fast trotting may le looked for than ever lie fore in her historv Stock Fmn market A few 00NCEBN lNr FARME11S Mr H II Oatyar baa 100 mule colts for sale cattle In Owen county 11 sold for S25 per head Sheriff Ikiles shipjied several more cars of aaatera cattle ban week in the Borne hogs have been engager College Hill vicinity at 4 cent- Harvey Cobb sold to A M B soursi last week a jack foi 375 At Joha G Ponds Bale H an corn sold at SUO kt barrel at the heap The white blossom is overrunning the Mnegrasa region and is its prolific as the 1 lagaeed Harvey Cobb and John I Harris went to Jefferson county last week and bought eight good jennets W Mi ssrs Thomas Phelps and O Bogie went to Buffalo litst week with two cars of 1500 lb cattle Joe T Jones of silver Creek has re- Â¬ cently sold several young red berkshire boars at 10 to flo a piece John M Footer sold on Monday to Mr Thomas Baldwin 380 barrels of corn in the laid at Si 75 jier barrel Dr Oiles Harris near Speed well has fifty eight jacks and jennets the largest numlier in Madison county Moses Kahn the extensive cattle buyer died in Cincinnati bust week He had spent a large sum of money in Madison county Joe T Jones of Silver Creek lost eight good sheen the past month Thev were killed by dogs aad several others were wounded The next meeting of the Madison County Farmers Alliance will be held at Speedwell second Friday and Saturday in January Lnrimore N I The grain in this locality is only about half threshed on Wheat yields account of wet weather from eight to twenty bus Mr Wm Combs was appointed by the County Alliance in session at Union City last Saturday delegate to tlic state Alli Â¬ ance motinti at Lexington next month The crop of maize in Bulgaria is ex pectod to be much below an average owing to the drouth of two months the same may be said regarding millet and MONTHLY CHOP UElOKT lr Â¬ IrfKX 0V TIIK CoMMISMoXEK 1 laaii 11 ad T11K AM STATIsi ma Hoaiaxuroa 1 ol Fkaxkkoit Kv Oct liUUU NLMA IML CASE a a steady improvement The New York World publishes in in the condition of corn since the rains iigressnian McCrea in the early art of August The nvcr- resolution ti have investigated - alviut al kt cent of so The iii the l S Mail steamer condition September lot was 75 per cent II Hail initial in the port Since that time the improvement th The Governor is 10 points the condition now bet AeaBuaatnted that the flag of the nation alk is yet very sappy but if frost een insulted and that Congress not damage it before the 15th it thoroughly investigate ti will generally be out of danger except a plitical ri the erv late planting Sune counties n aV iiateiiuiia and - lugh where there is no drouth have a fine He was BB1 vessel erop with a well filled ear Boone other ins win lour where there was a drouth counties show a condition as low as 40 per cent AKTEL THK SUVEM f LAI SK There is a very considerable amount of old corn yet in the hands of producers week Mr Bar- In t WHEAT nam moved and impressively read the Wheat threshing is ahooJ completed and in order to get at the product er I the esent Coi to all my correspondents a law is - iiziil tkm of in which threshers were asked to iiiiin s it of each job threshed ally ac- and rej rt total numlier of anltl by this total yield Iy this means I hojed to approximate the average jer acre in the state Many of these books So far returned - time turns have been received 4t75 acres - bushels which rii and prodn the acre The cd by ti si tiona reporting are over an average in led upon bj wheat production and it is fair to as sjHi liiy as may lie sume the general Mate average will lie body to less None of the wheat ia reported as claming better than nonaher two The in which a berry is generally small and shriveled on d in which account of the freeze in March root lice hat slavery was and the green aphis or plana loiise which attacked the heads during the mill armful o Ther -i i Â¬ Â¬ w ith no trade of any consequence yokes of oxen sold from S50 One bunch of calves 30 head sold for 1950 they were good cattle A few sold from 80 to Si 10 Tom Curtis bought of Tom Million 15 of the very best mule eoits ever 6een in Richmond paying S5 Curtis bought 6 others pay iBg9Mto75a head 20 or 25 broke mules sold fr an 00 to J140 There were more stock and more people than was ever at Richmond court The most daring horse thief on record was cantered at Madison ville Ia Wed nesday night he stole two horses and disposed of them The next day he stole S24 clothing and a colt from a At Plymouth he hirel a merchant horse and baggy and drove to Lacawan na county and haded the horse and vehicle for a bay mare sulky and 925 to to lioot Subsequently he disposed of his new outfit for another horse wagon Later he made a third and S10 to lioot deal this time exchanging for a mule and cart ami 5 to boot When arrested was driving a gray mare and backboard What strides Missouri has made in the breeding of tine hursts during the past The State BOW is right at the ten years front in this particular branch of the Stock business and even Kentucky is alarmed lest she shall lose her proud The Missouri Trotting and position Facing Hone Assixiation one ot the moat paw extol and intelligent liodies of the kind in the whole country is doing a grand work of improving thhv the ao Missouri Central blest of animals with its rich grass lands is peculiarly adapted to horse raising and the breed ers have learned that it pays to breed the beat Mirasat DemocrmV Nam An effort will be made to establish a Fair at Georgetown with a gixid trotting track The purpose to organize a joint Stixk Company and raise 20000 to be used in purchasing grounds erecting the c Every horse Â¬ any buildings man and fanner in the county ought to If it take Boaae Stock in the enterprise lidnt pay a big dividend it would bring advantages in an indirect way The grounds of course would lie located on a line of the railroad and with thu splendid railroad facilities enjoyed by Georgetown there would be no difficulty in drawing large crowds from the SOI rounding counties Subscription pajiers will lie circulated at an early day Â¬ Â¬ ar with a gradual tendency to lower prices The great bulk of the offerings A great deal of re more or less funked tobacco was housed during this week and with another week of favorable weather the crop will practically be off the hill We see no inducement whatever to expect an early improvement in prices Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 to 350 Colory Trash 400 to Soo Common Lugs not colory 150 to 500 Colory Lugs Soo to 14 00 Common Leaf 700 to 000 Medium to Good Leaf JO00 to 16 00 Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 2500 Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 33 00 Â¬ FINE CLOTHING You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat LTVlTSTOCEMARKET EEPORT By GREENE 4 KM1JUY Livestock Commission Merchants at I lnclu nati Union Stock Yards and Covluglou Slock Yards - I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest styles and best goods and I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES Cincinnati Ohio Oct 6 iSoj SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 3 3 2S 2i 3 S 00 5 2 75 i 3 2 ooijS 2 00 50 TjAAie JDUUtO all sizes BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 35 Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers 10 1 nl qualities Hats CtllUL 00W 3 3 05 rair Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen joou steers 3 j 2 2 1 oovy 750 3 00 2 no 25 75 501 1 00 75 1 oatji j 5 3 75 I TTq4 JGLdbb TTn-i-n-icsh--nr- and prices Try a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices of and more QlirOO Winter is coming pair ofnothingorisShoes Inee Boots rOllUtOo sary than a good have BULLS Shipping Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Best Best 2 15 2 10 2 2 2 1 JF v Crrrc VJUUUb kight chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders 2 oo 1 Shirts from the cheapest up Collars and Cuffs in abundance Neckwear Handker heavy 50 TTriHPYlX7Pl V 00 00 00 00 30- - medium plain fancy cotton woolen FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockcrs Best Grades Fair to Good Common Best Veal Calve6 Fair to Good Common and Heavy HOGS Butchers Select Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights Light Figs Extra 3 oo 2 25 1 3 25 2 50 2 75 COWS AND CALVES 3S 15 12 5 W A GRAND A oo40 00 3 oo2o POWELL Oorner oX3Le3s 4 3 ji 508 oo 6 00 5 4 00 00 6of 4 65 4 25116 4 50 4 3015 4 55 2 5015 3 50 4 5 FEAST OF BARGAINS SPRING LAMBS 750 6 00 tmm Tiim Having determined to change our business January 1st 4ropriati iier purj ikfirrl Cij- Toll In Western and Southern Kentucky Hit VVoKk M lilt Kim 11 FIRST CO the crop promised on the hill to be a eery useful one the deficit occurring in the authorities in the six original ESS The enacted linary It The fact that Imth In I taking her the crop will be the into meanest for years The sappy colidi- tf the plant late maturity and t its nd genera unfavora- warrant the ab-except in i the all tl llue grass count The W O Crenshaw farm two miles south of Georgetown containing 110 publicly on Thursday last to Mr John Hayes of Fayette coun- per acre We do not object to Wall Street mon ey being used in moving the tobacco Crop of the west but when it comes to Wall Street dictation will the farmers Hom Jm submit A train carrying forty four mules from Lexington to the Booth was telescoped at Bobbins IYnn and all but nineteen of the animals were killed The loss is placed at nearly 6J Squire Green B Million bought in Harrison county last week 13 mare and 2 bone mules all good at 180 and 2 not I at 5 5 He has bought a lot of mules every year for ten years in Har- county Since January the receipt of cattle at Chicago has been 2405000 head or more than for the same time last year The receipts of regate OOO again t 3792483 for the same time last year an iv ilS2517 Â¬ 1 i that three fourths oi arty Two cows belonging to John 1 Wall iieen cut with a good Jier near Dovtesville were attacked last week lid et on Should we ued their cl lore the 15th with open with staggers and died in twelve hours multiplied oi- They rubbed their necks violently against the condition would measures to the and other objects He thinks it We may expect a very Doa Â¬ ile that they ate too many green ble jiortion will be damaged by -- m and eaaaaaaaa is however cob- - where the hogs had been fed responsible for the numler and liarn ircezing CllAUlE- - Y Wlll J A Ramsey auctioneer repoiui 300 eei ioner cattle on the market at Paris court The auality of a portion following public sales were made Twenty-us and lid have been fair feeders wt 1020 lbs six HOUSE NOTES however it is to be enacted the lad 10 light steers wt BOO Km cwt predominating Prominent At the Clevelaml sie botaea ranged in per cwt 15 good yearlings at 6310 per among the measures of the session are 10 light yearlings at 3195 per cwt recaps cwt bill which miiis administrative Ah offerings sold at above figures ahoat fjlJfaX fcalSacr raaaai tariff i The sale of Btirwell Tiptons adminis-Â¬ McKialey tiriff bill which Jas Long sob to I L Hunt iV 1ro of increases the average len entage Blue Ash Ohio two Petoakey colts one tratrix took place Wednesday and is re further 10 Yearling cattle S M ieiiilent and and one for S5iit GcorycttMcn jiortedjis follows feeders S340 2 fat oxen 375 mountain disability js nsion bill which increases I pension expenditure by Mr H Trayaora race at PiUabarg sheep S4 4 50 Cotswokl bucks vi i50 ii mules SsiX 100 plug horses r the hill requiring tinant of rain and IT 80fff110 corn in field nilHNI iiiinces of stiver he returned Friday night having made jiui Mt Sterling SenlwH Damocrat 195 bill bills the round trip in f hours Wyoming a bill After W B Burke had won both preloiiah Iarke raoeived the 10 prema worlds fail pr miums at Islington on his jack the Rieb ium by Brooaa i ItcKianey for the l st A inflection bill which gives extra aiiion Waahiagtoa len- - niond people present insisted on his com a land gnint forfeiture ing to Richmond not being satisfied with mark at the Inion City show which confirms to rail the result This he did and won the blue The fall meeting of the Kentucky n unearned lands the Trotting Horse Breeders Association in both rings before judges selected by J package nil a valid ow n Association It looks as though will be held at Ixxington next Taeaday their a bill sug ity to State prohibit she would have to take second place on gested by the International Maritime October Una aad continuing through this i tkJmmmMt Adam the Sana P P Johnson President 11 prevent collisions at There would seem to lie room for an C McloWeil at i Stolier vice-Iresaval appropriation an add VA A Tipton Botretaij This advance in the price of maize abroad stnietioii of three iaat It is admitted that the crops of the shijis one protected will Ik an unusually aatateataaj United states and Eastern Europe have ing -- er ami eaal lieen seriously injured but the level of J E Madden Iexington Ky h edo boat admitting certain prion at the present time ruling in ic land- uient a river and to II S Heiiry Morrisville Ia the bay Liverpool is only 1 per qr dearer than lisan record 218 foaled 1st harbor bill the largt in our history last September when reserve were jiropriati iiis fur the Heniu- - Elect ioneer dam Susie 226 by G large ami an enormous crop was ready to J bills to in- - M Iatchen Ir St her dam Santa Clara move llallnnor Journal of Cnui by Lin eii lMle for SI 1000 ase the tuin worst 1 EL Danish auctioneer re awfile i0 additional ension ports the administrators sale of a doubtful bill giving the navy ks Kentuckys sujire a trotting buy a nickel with bills horse producing State is nowhere aware crop etc of Wade Hampton dot which took place vesterday as follows favored generals apparent than in the JJO list The fol Tw ear-old mules sold at fJOOfS 8 ions and innumerable low ing table shows as nearly as ciui Ikof in- cov i pply the pension bilk i a careful examinati 1 per cwt corn in shock i J5 per bbl the records the number of 220 pertorm teds of the sales of aajhlie Ian household anil kitchen furniture and ultoral and iinhis- now stand to the credit of each farming implements brought good prices aajajaaar af public Mate and country that has produced a A very large crowd was in attendance la and a bill to remit the horse w ith such a record litn s upon the contractors of the California 1 42 Maryland Dombuschs List by post rejiorts the 3 Nebraska 1 Canada lIe eve passage through the Dardanelles of 37 2 New Baaaaahfia 1 session was the unseating of nine Connecticut Uepresentathcs in order to Illinois New York M steamors and lii sailers loaded with wheat destined as follows Belgium 1 narrow margin by which the Indiana 11 Ohio-11 Spain 2 UK 3 Italy Marseilles 4 use was controlled m More notable Iowa Holland dibraltar for orders 2 The 1 Kentucky 8 Pennsylvania sailers were destined for Mediterranean House efaacted bj S Rhode Island kersas- - Maine- ports Since New Y ears day uiilieanl of powers to push Massachusetts 7 5 Tennessee ere and 443 sailers laden with wheat measures and suppress the voi Michigan 1 Vermont- 1 rity The revolution in jiarlia- - Minnesota Wisconsin- 5 have passed through the Hellenspont This compares v it tmers and mentary methods effect iil by Mr Reed Missouri- 3 Unknown 2 during the corresponding he most momentous event of New Jersey session Among the bills that nase- In tfris table cases the State in time in U 1 A of Clark auctioneer House the which the pan but were re re mated is intended not s F M Arbu acted upon by the Banal Ivirks- with the performer no lowing deserve mention ville last Tuesday One hundred and ctions j matter w her be national bankruptcy bill per cwt milch B Thus a gentle 0 heifer calves 975 S are in to le bred ateer calves 13 15 vesriings from pound lar id feeders wt 1125 foal at feeders 7 y ami not aaarin 1 land ale ler- - 70 1 mare by Belmont SHOO 1 colt by abill constituting tight hours the work- - formers that hai Morgan Eagle mare h yrs governments service bill H 3 pair aaaaatl r law a 355 to S3i7 A fair erowd and reaMcy 500 rotting bonasa articles ma arrxtlabo atedfnoaa ijefon Auctioneer Z E Bush ounty Ik passed by the Senate but not in the historv u breed- - Court ilaytis follows a the It is estimated It is my lot to own a barn that is near- Â¬ ly 140 feet long two stories with a cellar under the whole of it said Mr W H Bowker at the Institute of the Bay In tins State Agricultural Society barn is stored every year about 100 tone of hay while there is kept on the lower floor over the manure 40 or head of stock including horses In a cold winters day when the barn is kept dosed to protect the cattle the air is anything but agreeable to breathe I am satisfied that it is not properly ventilated and how I shall remedy it I have not yet decided I am sure of one thing how-Â¬ ever that if I were to build a new barn I should not erect such a structure In fact I would have no barn at all that isi in the New England sense I would build instead a long cheap one story shed The promoters of the Tobacco Ware Â¬ house Trust are very zealous and eloquent in their efforts to prove to farmÂ¬ ers that the trust ia gotten up principally for the fanners ltencfit Fees are to be reduced stock in the trust is to be sold to farmers bigger advances on to bacco are to be made at a lower rate of interest and so on through a long list of blessings which the maker of trusts and combinations knows ao well how to present temptingly For concentrated eloquence plausible logic and insinuating persuasiveness there has been no speech to equal them suve that fa poetical effort of the spider to the By in which he set forth so beautifully the gorgeousnem of his little Of course their only hope is parlor that they will find the farmers as silly and gullible its that unfortunate By Jfniir Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Everyt ig in Bur Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost fa mi T EVERY Both the method ami results wiw Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasAU and refreshing to the taste and actf gently yet promptly oa the Kidneys Liver and Rowels cleanses t tem cffectuiilly dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro dueed pleasing to the taste and ac ceptablo to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the healthy and agreeable sahstances it many excellent qualities commend ii to all and have made it the most popular remedy known oyrup of Fijrs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist whi gists msy not have it on haul will pro cure it promptly for any oikj win wishes to try it Do sot accept but substitute CAUFGRNiA FIG SYRUP CO SAV FRANCISCO CM- LOUISVILLE KY Kfl fOUr ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN Â¬ at M M 1 Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Un derwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole BCThe e I I Crooke Bennett August 27th 1890 Urmston DO YOU ENOW THAT lr i - i nti-tru- -t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 i- line-of-batt- le -- Seven rolled - Aiurs cattle on the streets of Richmond County Court day attracted great at tention lhev were not for sale but exhibition ot these was an im lie HAfi THE ported cow and two oth er caws were her calves while three young ones were grand calves The six were the property oft Mr W W 1igg lmrchased at Senator Whites Bale sever FINEST LINE al months ago The bull was the proper ty of Col Roy C White the premium bull Anthony purchased from I slie Burwell of Cottage Orove Wis at a handsome price Anthony is ashowbull from away back He took first premium at I insingand Detroit Mich Minneapolis Minn and Indianapolis Ind He was pronounced by good judges as fault The Doddics an the coming cattle Mr Robert Estill of Missouri re AND centlv sold 100 Iolled Augus cattle the toil of 200 head for 5 cents per poand and be expects to receive a larger pries tor the 100 exra ones at Christmas The Doddics fatten younger and more rapidly than others their owasm claim and the butchers are fonder of them They are smooth beautiful good natured animals and being hornless are less combative and dangerous than other cattle RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD A number of others are owned in this Col C R Estill who brought county the first to the county says they are the best cattle in existence GGRMLEY 0Ft W C HAVE FITZPATRICK GO SCIIILSIITS THE fathers minds for PRECISELY WHAT YOU WANT IN YOUR WE REFER TO KITCHEN SEASON IS AGAIN AT when mothers and have to puzzle about something THE UNSURPASSED their nice Â¬ their Boys to wear to school Â¬ Saddlery aaaaaJ BBBBBBBaaaaaBBBBafv This Fall we have tried to take the worrying away from par ents by laying in such a handsome stock ot Â¬ BOYS and CHILDRENS CLOTHING of ro IBg Horse Wis BBBalPraaaaJi Â¬ Lexington Belle Rouge AND every description that all you lave to do is to come to our 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 experience all things considered for convenience these are the two piece suits - Mrs Martha Randall widow of the late Jadge aad ex Ooograaaaatt WH Randall died at her residence in Ixmdon this State on the 20th aged seventy one year She had lived in the town for a half cent 11 rv W C Gormley Co School for Girls Class COOK STOVE FOR YOUR HALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT MOST EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WINTER with pleated coats either with or without belt and buttoning to the neck or with lapels and the cutaway sack Â¬ -y- 11 - -- 1 1 There is more catarrh in this section of MISS BESSIE BARBOUR will the country than all other diseases put take a together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great of Girls many ears doctors prononnced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and For instruction in English Latin by constantly failing to cure with local French and German Terms and treatment pronounce4 it incurable Sci- other particulars will be made ence has proven catarrh to be a constitu- Â¬ known in person or by circular tional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure MISS CARRIE BARBOUR manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio i the only constitutional having returned from the Cin- Â¬ cure on the market It is taken internally cinnati Conservatory of Music in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful will take pupils in vocal and inIt acts directly upon the blood and mu- strumental music at her room in cous surfaces of the system They offer the new school building in the one hundred doliars for any case it fails to rear ot the First Presbyterian cure Send for circulars and testimonials Church Addn School will open on Monday F J Cheney Co Toledo O September 8th Sold by Druggists 75c 10 20 S Vc coat with vest all these suits having knee pants just the thing for a school I boy For Twenty JEWE1TS BASE BURNER THIS IS THE SEASON FOR DOVES AND THE PART RIDGES AKE COMING AFACE WE HAVE THE Â¬ the larger boys and young men about the same style garments are used as tor men Call and examine our stock before you purchase and we are confident we In the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Guns and Ammunition AND YOU CAN HAVE TIIE FUN will sell you future as in the past we expect Â¬ I Louisville By Glover Tobacco Ware-Ho- Market 4 Durrelt Louisville Tobacco RICHMON O NIL Ti ship to Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES i COVINGTON j to give every one fair treatment and honest goods thereby building up a reputation that will be lasting I 1 Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3059 hhds with r for the same period of 2014 hhds Sales on our market since January jgt amount to 119665 hhds The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco Our market has not developed any new features during this week for the better grades of hurley tobacco pi ices for such remaining very strong but the medium nnd common grades continue very Â¬ HD LUMBER CO MITCHELL IK undersigned have formed a partnersell al kinds of Coal and Lum- Â¬ TIHUnTS A SPECIALTY Sir CASH ber at the lowest market price and re- Â¬ spectfully request a liberal patronage from the public The yards are located on Orchard Street and also on Third 3treet where we will biild a warehouse upon the completion of tiie new railroad to tiiis place T S BRONSTON i- Southside Main Street near Hotel Glyndon Clothiers and Furnishers j i - MM HARBER WC FITZPATRICK CO ITTTi A THE CLIMAX V-i--- October 8 1890 VT Mr Evan in dangerously ick Kvoral In stolen in the county the Aebury of pgj fry dayn Sv Banes by Jwiics H juulr takenup ivnt forjrct to pay your pus billeif you ant the discount See noti When lil you see as laive a crowd on curt lay as was hen- - Monday - ilk intei Farmers column is MT thin week sesaay Oct Mb J Stone Waft at trustee f H B Todl will sell Bar poods firm of H L White Co and will adopt the firm name of White fc rKrty Alleu The invoice closed last evening i M Maapia will next Weil- - The house will le open this morning for Mi rent out her farm of 325 acres business n Mr White is a native of the Foxtown icinity is a well trained and thoroughBBS not seen the new gas realize their magnitude ly reliable young merchant and has a good IKV lrtner in Mr Allen who is a live and pipular young man v IVatherages new furniture the handsomest thing of the kind Masonic Grand Lodse n Richmond The annual session of the Masonic M Lsag administrator of W H Grand Kodj e of Kentucky was held in iWwcr will have a public sale M rnaheflw last awefc The list of officers elected appears elsewhere in to days lvertisement Climax Among them is HonJ Speeil r tells us that Monday was Smith of Richmond who wasehited t court day he ever saw in Gsaad Senior Wanlen He received tinanciallv considered votes for Grand Master and two years r f the K C and hence will le elected to that office Mr Ijui Butler were culled The lodges in Madison county were I iilay by the death of thiir leeeaeoatee by J Speed Smith Claude Smitii P M Pope John ft Hamilton ii Ifosaswas never on a Havid ft Martin ft Zittle C M Saw in his life until he went on the lings Kit Witt 0 C McWilliams and John Moore excursion U Louisville Â¬ -i pen Session By the Eps builder Mr M N Driggars of Cartere The Epiphyllidian Society of Central ville Georgia Xniversity will hare an open session in Two car loads of snixrior t Jeorgia cethe chapel rm Friday night Oct 10th ment and one of Louisviile cement have Deckunations bv ft S Taylor and J T beea received for the work Also sevJackson Debate between E T Trihble eral cars of nines and Mr Shannon in the affirmative and The brick tower up town has reached R T Cox and Green Clay in the nega a height of about 70 feet and upon it tive Subject Is the Drunkard a great w ill rest the iron tank 30 feet high er curse to society than the Gambler making the complete tower 106 feet Oration by E G Farrish The public high It is a fine piece of workmanship invited Much of the pijM has been distributed along the streets New Fine The cost of the water works will be Messrs N V White of the late firm immense and a large part of the exof H L White A Co and Mr Ilarrv penditure will go to the merchants Allen late with W S Hume fe Co through the workmen employed Silver Creek have lxmght out the 4wf j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ day were Mrs A R Burnam Mrs B C Hagerman Mrs W L Crutcher Mrs L J Barbour Mrs Thos Thorpe Mrs S Ross Mrs Sam DeJarnatt Mrs L J Frazco Mrs William Willis Mrs J F Stone Mrs Tom Million Mrs T J Potts Miss Ann Freeman Miss Mary Burnam Miss Mattie McDowell Miss Mary Logan Miss Mamie Baldwin Miss Mirgaret Parrish Miss Anna Frazee Miss Annie Crutcher THIN COLUMN As there are nine doctors in the Constitutional Convention its sudden death would not lie a surprise Richmond Â¬ Tbat Bsnko Mr Fielding WastBV native of this The Nicholasville Journal says The cuntv lut long a Msident of Illinois following aaajaaeh comes from Canada eiirhs 300 poumls He is near 7o How near it comes to the truth we know old not us it has been a devious game Mr W L Farley one of the cleverest throughout but Brother Laad has men in Kentucky advertises a returne J home and exaveSBBB himself line of groceries hardware tarm- - satiated - ete Ioxios Oxt Beat 25 Walter Billy Devote the omnibus and stnet- - Haynes who was arrested here two ii- - huilt a nice stable on the weeks bsb for lieating an old tanner Hm Varies ft Befaoalaaldlot it near Nichola sville Ky last epriag out of SK0 on the old bunko trick and fr iiu on Irvine st taken to Windsor for extradition was Claude Smiths Co present their claims to day discharged and returned here triage through the Cumax where he lessees Detective John T They have many things vou Karris of Sringtield Ohio succeiiled in Wiuit and you should go and sec them recovering the entire amount of money It is just two miles from the street stolen and all oxpsaaaa which Mr Lead - BBJ the west side of liich- - preferred to the prosecution of Haynes U the Street improvements on and refused to cross the River to appear Is the town not tspread- - against the prisoner and as aoprooses could Issue to compel his attendance in The parties who leased Hotel ilyndon Canadian court the case was dismissed Fanner Lead got all of his money De Â¬ - ose of their Versailles house tective Karris gets his customary half as and have declined to come to bichmond ire now liguring on the forfeit his bit and Bunko Haynes get his lilr ertv to try opoa some other soft mark shall pay in town V looking unusually well eon- g that he was paraiyyed on Satur- The Brass Below the etbowa and legs below the knees were attacked I avid Watts who reeentlv died in -I li aged M years was the fath- Â¬ er of Best F watts formerly of tliis now of Fayette county and the grandfather of ex Congressman John I White The Kiehmond National started off miler the most favorable auspices With Col lames W CajK rton as President Mavor J E Qseealaaf a- ier the machine is Ixmnd to work was Ill nihil iaf 1r W A Hxkalay Daslied to Death known Friday bridge of Scott Newman a well citizen of LoaisrOte suicided by jsaapasaj from the 14th street It is siiipsed that Scott New- - Me over the granite contract F Moln rlev vho sjKiids most time on his farm in Fayette roaa-osdbaei at home nearly all the ek with an air ess of the inferior maxillary but be manage to get out in meet Forejiargh at Ix xington Mr Alexander Norris formerly the Coro- Â¬ ner of Madison county went to Cincinnati on last Sundays excursion Returning thetraiu reached Klkin station in lark county alxiut 4 oclock yesterday morning It will Ik- recalled bv those who have lecn over the Kentucky Cen tral that there is a high trcstk woik immediately this side ol the station The train was leaving the station when Norris said that was where he lived and he was going to get off at the same time starting for the door The conductor took hold of him pushed him into a seat and said they were on the trestle and he could not get otl lint the train would back to the station and let him off The conductor turned away and pulled the lx 11 cord Norris unmindful of the warning walked out of the car ami fell through the trestle about SO feet to the ground and was instantly killed The remains were brought to Richmond and an ini jiiest held from which the information shore sat forth wee ob Norris was alxmt tained years old and unmarried Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cade Jep Cornehaaa of Kiehmond Â¬ who was well known in the mountains died very suddenly at this place Mon day night His death is thought to have licen caused by a seven fall which he Kn- sustained that evening i Arrensf Laid Psstei aaaiber of hvasen in the Brooks towa aejghbechosd have peeled their lands and attention is called to the A this issue They warn all jht igainst every form of trespassing n Ureke I p Dicker ton from the lower jart of the county sat down on the K C near the Fair grounds yestor iil went to sleep A big freight engine came along and knocked him alHnt thirty fast breaking his collar bone AH A man named At II Gov James I McCresry is at home Congress having adjourned He is in 4 health look- - well and will enter at once ujxiu his CBSITSSS for the Noveniln r tion Beed his list of appointments where in this isue of The Climax memlier of Congress diil more for his constituents or for the public and he will sleeted by an increased majority mc r - The loth anuual convention of the sistisil Temperance Union past Kiehmond three da w ek nliug to the was osads The publiahed program heretofore was well attended and satisfacmeting tory in every jiarticular Tiie dele were pleased with Richmond generally and those who entertained them in particular Kh cliB of Fair Officers Tne annua eht tiou of t1 nty Fair Association took place on la t Hstarday and resulted an follow- President I Shelby Irvine J Stone Walker J- - Enibry 1 W Trihble Directors W C French W C Fiupatrick 8 A Iieatherage L Sarcv W ft Rucker W A Williams James Noland aller Bennett B Chenault Â¬ vice-Presi- Â¬ I Foreias li st Lexises j Five thousand icople assembled under the mammoth Forepangh tent at Lexing ton on last 1 witnessed one of the finest jierformances ever seen in this country There were many entirely new things For instance eight ponderous elephants danced ten figures of a quad- Â¬ rille and never made a mistake If Col Trihble had beea there to call the set the more exhibition would than it was Another nea idea the Wild Wert wrier ked fro rse dragged furiously at t hung and his Boganiiii ar while held in serve scats -- then lied with bullets ie fire off Progress of the Hundred Million Gallon aasaxataT A vast ipiantity of work has already lK en done aa the Otter Creek reservoir two miles out on the Waco pike for the Richmond Water Works Beginning at the pike the course of the creek has leen straightened and parallel with it a broad well constructed gravel and macadam road is Hearing completion This road leads from the pike up the creek a distance of about 400 sards to the pump house at the dam An exten sive eeal shed with corrugated iron sides and roof lias been built and the ground staked oil for the pump house The dam is to Ik- - built on the most ap- Â¬ It will proved scientific principles measure rMJ0 feet in length 70 last in breadth at hottssa 10 feet at top and II The earth has been re- Â¬ feet in height moved from end to end along the center of the dam a width of 4 feet and a depth of alxmt six feet to the solid rock and the rock bleated out to the additional del ith of 4 feet- - In this trench is to be anchored a concrete wall composed of stone and hydraulic cement to rise 16 This last shove the level of the ground wall is to be covered with earth extendfeet on each side making the 70 ing feet width of dam aliove mentioned and last shore the wall will reach making the it entirely covering atovc high IS feat its dam specified The jiurjxise of the concrete wall and its deep insertion in the solid race is kjieaterc oB possibility of the daps slipping by reason of the eior mous lateral pressure from the water in the reservoir To prevent erosion from the action of the waves and the depredor tions of muskrats and simdir burrowing animals the entire face of the dam next to the water extending down to the 6olid rock at the foot of the dam will DO pud Â¬ dled to the thickness of i feet Over this puddling will be laid rough flagging and among and over the flagging will le put cement of such thickness as to create a smuoth surface At the eastern end of the dam work is in progress on a sluiceway 70 feet wide and 1 feet lower than the top of the dam Through this the water will es when the reservoir is full to the high water line leaving the top of the dam always 2 feet higher than the water level so that the water can not run over the dam A defect in the construction of the Johnstown dam caused the mem disaster to that town The sluice- Â¬ way of the Johnstown dam had not ca pacitv to carry off the surplus water so the lhxxl jxjured over the dam ami wash ed it down The soil is being removed above the dam from the 40 or 50 acres of land that ltus is will be covered by the water done to remove all organic and other matter that might decay and render the The water work water impure own 100 acres of laud surrounding paiv ti land will be kept the reservoir no filth can wash into the Â¬ Â¬ Miraculous Escape The subject of the appended article from the Shelbyville Sentinel formerly lived in Boyle county Mr John ML Cowherd had an expe- Â¬ rience last Friday morning which but few to whom it happens live to relate and his ow n escape from instant death was little short of miraculous He was returning from New York City where he had lieen on business in company with Mr D Ross Smith his brother-in-laover the C iV ft read aa their Fast Flving Virginia and had just finished breakfast which they took in the dining car After breakfast Mr Smith went back into the sleeper but Mr Cowherd started forward to the smoker to get a cigar Just as he reached the door of the car next to the one desired the car whirled into a tunnel at a rate of forty five miles an hour Cn der the impression that the BBBBebe tween these two coaches were vestibul ed as had beea the case with the others Mr Cowherd did not hesitate to proceed and in the darkness stumbled over a camp stool sitting on the plat form lost his balance and pitched from the train Fortunately he fell clear of the a heels and hugging the outside wall as well as his dazed faculties would allow him to do the whole train rushed by without further injury to him He realised in a dim sort of a way that he was hurt but did not at first know how seriously Conscious of the predicament in which be was placed and the imminent danger from other trains that might pass at aar moment he bseasj to examine into his surround ings In feeling around his hand came in contact with a toot surprised that any one else should be in such a desolate place he gave a pull on it and found still more to his surprise and less to his satisfaction that the foot was his own his leg being broken and doubled back under his head Then at last awaken ing fully to the gravity of the situation be began to call for help and alter what seemed to lie a man in his position an eternity of time but which in reality was only fifteen or twenty minutes he wis found by the watchman of the tunnel who summoned assistance and had him conveyed to Hinton YV Va nine miles west of the Big Bead tunnel where the Occident occurred Here every attention pnrrihlr was shown him by the railroad authorities his leg wa i and a telegram sent ou to Mr Smith informing him of the accident This was the first intimation Mr Smith had that anything was wrong with Mr Cowherd he sauuusiaa that he was in thesmoker enjoying his cigar By this time his train had reached Cotton Hill sixty miles away but the East lxuind train passed there and in a few moments he had transferred and in an hour was kick at Hinton That night Mr Cow herd was placed on a cot in the baggage car of the West bound express and the next Bjftsrsjooa reached home by the lyouisville Southern the entire trip having been made in comparative comfort Hurrying on ahead Mr Smith as gently - passible broke the news to the injured mans wife only a few minutes before he was brought in Mr Cowherds leg his right was broken between the knee and thigh but Otherwise he re ceived no braises St all except on the knee cap of the broken leg The break is not a luid one and his physician says he will be out in four or live weeks and suffer no further inconvenience from his marvelous experience A Â¬ Â¬ head-tore-mo- st Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cimnjc You will lie forcibly cauterized scarified or vacillated by indignant M Ds some of these bright autumnal days Col Tipton Mt Sterling ddraoafe Just so they dont call us Colonel Â¬ we are not particular aliout the other ope rat ions The Temperance column of the Advo cate speaks of Danville SB a journalistic center As Danville has but one paper the idea reminds us of the parrot that went off and hid with the remark that birds of a feather will flock together Good morning Mr Todhunter said Dave Martin to the noted Fayette county horse breeder as he dashed in at the Fair grounds gate A moment later a gawk approached Mr Martin and earnestly informed him if that feller is a huntin Todds jes let him go out here about Crookcsvillc an he can find a thoaeen to the enaare mile A Whitley county man came down to Richmond last week and took in the town and other things Then he went out to stay all night with Jim Howard BorjBB After Sapper he walked into the yard and found a comfortable seat on the top of the stile lietween the yard ami the barn lot Soon he went to sleep with naught alxjve him but a starry decked heaven Finally he awoke and seeing the broad smixith top of a well trimmed hedge fence just even with his seat and thinking it a path to walk it but undertook plunged through the thornbush coming out much as did the fellow in that beautiful pnin which says there was a man in our town and he was wondroue wise he jaraped into s briar bush and scratch ed out Ixjth hie eves Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ABOUT RAILROADS The excursion over the Three Forks to Ivonisville Thursday was well patronised A six coach excursion train left Rich Â¬ mond Sunday morning over the K C for Cincinnati under the management of Shaw iv Howard and it was well loaded Our railroad is now completed from Versailles to Richmond ami the cars running smoothly and satisfactorily It is a Iiit class road in every respect w ith rolling sbx k eijual to the best If there is anything to complain of we dont know it Nidtofatrittt Journal lion- Jamps B McCreary Democratic Candidate for Congress in Rev Mr Hunt of Stanford preached the Eighth Congre--Mona- l District of Kcr Sunday Bsarning and night in the BapÂ¬ tucy will address the people as follows tist church this place he and Mr Blake Taylorsvilc Saturday October I Ith having exchanged pulpits He preached Shelbyville Monday October 13th a goad sermon Mt Eden Wednesday October 15th Miss II Polk of Perrvville Ky Lawrencburg Thursday October 16th left on Ibe 2Sth of September for PhilaSalvisa Friday October 17th delphia Pa to take a three years Harrodsburg Saturday October iSth course in medicine before going to China Danville Monday October 20th as a missionary under the care of the Nicholasville Tuesday October 21st Womans Board of Missions M K Lancaster Monday October th Church South DasaaeV ddeoaafe Mt Vernon Tuesday October 28th McKee Wednesday October 29th A protracted meeting dosed at Davids Richmond Monday November 3rd Fork Baptist church Fayette rountv Speaking will commence at 1 P M night with sboat twenty addi- Â¬ Sunday each day tions The pastor Rev Mr Johnston A fair division of time will be allowed was assisted by the Rev Dr Felix of the First Baptist church of Lexington Mr any candidate for Congress Johnston and Mr Blake who were toCream is the best tlour made Atk gether at the Theological Seminary con- your grocer for it it template an exchange of pulpits at an The Wasteful Machinery of Elections early day The people of the United States have a At the conclusion of his meeting here Mr G W Dunlap will go immediately happy faculty of deluding themselves with to his island home on the coast of the idea that their machinery of governThey point with Florida where he has taken up a home Â¬ ment is inexpensive stead and remain during the winter It pride to the fact that the judges ot the and the executive and legislative is hie hope and expectation to be able court officers of the country cost less in actual this winter to lay the foundation for an income that will enable him to give the salaries than officers ncforming corresis people an absolutely free gospel He ponding functions in Europe hut what is experimenting in the culture of to Â¬ lost sight of in this boast is the enormousmatoes ami hopes to be able to grow ly wasteful and expensive machinery of and ship them in such quantities North elections which has grown up side by side with American office seeking the early in the season as to cost of which added to that arising from returns for his labor a the waste and corruption of inefficient and Berarw party service and to the expense of our There seems an unwarranted dearth of ostensible official organism makes the ministers of the gospel at several prosper whole outlay to the people of the United ous towns within fifty miles of us The States many times more than what the Anderson County News published at like services are performed for in other Luvreneeburg says the churches there countries So that while there is a seemare paetorieas The Somerset Reporter ing saving there is in fact a frightful says there was no preacher in that pros waste which mu t always exist when the perous and growing young city except actual machinery of domination which ulat the negro churches Sunday night the timately produces the result is hidden and 14th The Reporter further says the irresponsible Simon Strrne in the Septem Â¬ churches seem to growing weaker It ber Forwm it seems to an every day sort of a man that Southern War Songs Camp Fire Patrisome of the surplus ministerial stxk of this city might probably be induced to otic and Sentimental collected and aroffer their services to work in the Ma- ranged by W L Fagan of Alabama Price sters vineyard at these places provided Numerous illustrations 350 M T Richardson Co they could lx- persuaded to give up the New York Publishers 1890 This comprises by all flesh pits of Little Britain lkuuill odds the most complete collection of Advocate Some months since Epiecopal Bishop Southern War Songs ever brought togeth Dudley purchased a vacant lot on the er in one volume in fact no attempt ever corner of Broadway and Thirteenth seems to have been made to present even streets Louisville a very fashionable a limited number of these songs in a manneighborhood -- and lately it has been ner worthy of their merits The illustragiven out that there would be ere ted tions by one of New Yorks most talented it upon it a colored Episcopal church artists arc numerous and spirited - RELIGIOUS V - i ST- 1- KJ ijtf eateah yoo statest ii f i - J1 - lWS VY P il t It PERRINS GLOVES MILLER HAT LYONS UMBRELLAS W B BRIGHT W S HUME Â¬ Â¬ B BRIGHT CO W SUCCESSOKS OF UlilCiHT 13 IX M -- DKALKKS FINE SHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods t2 1 Â¬ securo-profit-b- le wept iiIMI1II1TEI1 - Â¬ Â¬ LINE or- - Â¬ Â¬ MENS UNDERWEAR - -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 lNECKWEARio O--c- - FULL DRESS SHIRTS r - J j fv - MP v 4y Tr 5 v- - 7 Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS- cie Â¬ of ang done by a The work number nts n railroad force Ma were present conti md under j i - f Mr I ssseie sst mat the circus nuc skillful eater worta took 510000 away with then the direction of that A I s mans mouth Re- Â¬ large This has raised a howl An indignation LesfagBH Cream to the Front B -eratte party As Administrator of W Ii meeting of the citizens of tiro neighbo Mrs T C Luxon took the premium hewer I will on bood embracing Presbyterians Baptists offered by Frlzpatrick Co for the SALE Saturday October 18th 1890 etc has been held and the members of brst pound cake at the Richmond Fair MILE CQLTS the white Methodist church on the op The premium was a 0 cooking range offer at public sale to the highest bidder posite corner are also making a vigor- The cake was made from Cream Roller Ir at ill litc rsttlnc- - on I have 100 muc colts for sale at reasonous kick They all say their property Extract flour made by the celebrated miles from Richmond on the Barnes able prices will be damaged by the negroes worMill pike Lexington Roller Mills Co Thus it is 17- H H COLYER shiping in their aeighborbood We do always to the front at home and abroad not see how the sincere worship of God Use it ask vour grocer for it it no matter by w horn can injure the valA ESTRAY TARES DP J or 3 horses n cattle barrels voar-old AND HOW TO IIKAC11 THEKE CHKAUO whisky and one half barrel new Senator John D Harris had a platform ue of property in a christian community whisky 15000 pounds tobacco combined erected in his yard for his own conven Â¬ -- but there are many things which we an reaper and mow t r I distillery apparatus i3 On the oth of September Those interested in Chicago and the Suppose when these ience in getting on and off the K C cant understand iron gray mare uulc 5 years olu p sboat 30 acres corn at the beaB some nc Louisville christians enter heaven they country beyond will doubtless be interesttrains which run within three hundred hamis high came to my kooas near Bob and aKo rye in the stack and ed in knowing that the great city can best town in Bladiaoa county and has since farming utensils lot of urren feet of his house He gave all his neigh- should find a congregation of negroes in by way of been in my possession The owner can Also What w ill they do alxjut be reached from Richmond bors permission to use the platform their vicinity Cincinnati and the Pennsylvania Lines have the mule by proving property and Xirhnltiiiith Journal For the two years that the platform has it Sell The train leaving at 105 pm enables paving charges beea in existence two thousand tickets JAMES H ASBURY 1720 About dark Thursday evening an un one to arrive in Chicago at 730 the next of JOo acres known as the Hicker on have been sold at the Richmond morning It carries passenger coaches Farm 14 acres in gras known as the oflice to passengers getting off at it known man boarded the East lxmnd C Lower larin and 52 acres known as the Pullman cars and makes immediate How many have been sold at other offi Â¬ it O train at Paynes Depot Instead of and Middle farm connection for all places in Wisconsin ces we do not know but it is evident entering the coach he remained on the Terms made known on day of sale Iowa Minnesota and the Dakotas The Sale at 10 oclock that Harriss Flat as it reads on the platform and after going some distance Fast Northern Express of the Ieinsylva All persons are hereby warned against J M LONG Admr tickets hits become an important place be area missed from the train which was running at the rate of forty miles an hour aia Lines leaves Cincinnati at 755 a m hunting fishing rideing or otherwise tresand we fear the Senator will have to W P Pre Witt Auctioneer 17 iS and arrives Chicago at 510 p in carry- passing on our lands in Madion county build a honse and organize a regular A search was instituted and the man was The law will be enforced against all offening passenger coaches and a Pullman station or insist on the railroad doing so found several hours later near Viley Staders tion with his throat cut and bleeding Cutlet Parlor Car For full information and also petting in an agent R B Powell profusely He proved to be Thomas regarding connections and rates of fare Jonah Parke John Tipton A hundred persons boarded I special write to L I Robterts Assistant General Alhertus Parke Quinn a man employed on the farm of Wm Woo cry Lizze Kerby train at the Three Forks depot in Rich I7 Kd Baxter Martha Powell Ir Jas F Risque near Paynes Depot Passenger Agent As executor of Mrs S A Wagers I mond Saturday morning at 7 oclock and He had previously been in the asylum Si Baxter John F Thomas Do not forget to pay vour Gas bills at VV W IUookshire will on Wm Brumhack left for Louisville in which city they ar- and had been discharged as cured While the companys office before the loth if you W A Earner Raymond Shearer rived alwut noon The train was com working for Dr Risque be acted queerly E J Powell want the benefit of the reduced price and Wm Reeves of three new and handsome at times posed Harvey Lanter It is thought that be cut his discount Jack Eads It coaches the Madison the Jessamine and throat with his pocket knife which was Is 20 the Estill and a combination baggage found with blood on it and then jumped Littles Barber Shoji Removed on the premises reir Waco in Madison express and mail ear The cars were from the train county Ky offer for sale publicly iff not George T Little has removed his barHis wound is not regardsold privately before thit time the Farm of made at St Charles Missouri painted a ed as serious Georaetourn Timet formerber shop down street to the house bright glossy yellow having a varnished ly occupied by Sanders cigar ctorc secwhite ash finish inside and elaborately MATRIMONIAL ond door from Herndons corner He The train was run for the upholstered PERSONAL invites his old patrons and the public genMr L Z Taylor and Miss Maggie erally to call parpose of conveying the County Court Good boose outbuild Customers promptly Mr Jason Walker left on Thursday for over the line to see if the order of the Simmons were married at the home of waited upon Everything clean and first water lor all purposes well fenced close to post office express office stores New York court in submitting the railroad propost Mr W S Duncan in Richmond Ky class and the best of work done 12 schools churches shops miU ic AND W 0 Feld of Omaha is visiting tion to a vote of the people had been on Tuesday Oct 7th iWXl Rev C P Mr complied with the order reciting that Williamson pronouncing the ceremony A happy cook and a contented house his parents at Kirksville of Garrard county hod is secured by the use of Cream Mr and Mrs C IT Fox left last week whenever the railroad company shall Miss Jennie Arnold run a train of cars drawn and Miss Belle March were the brides- flour have it bottom land on Muddy Creek for Hot Springs Arkansas by a steam engine over their line from maids The couple left at once on the Terms liberal and made known on day Mrs Elijah Muir of Jessamine county If you want capital to invest in manu- Â¬ oclock Richmond through Nicholasville to Ver- 130 train for Cincinnati of sale Sale at adis visiting Mrs C C Chrisman at Kirksfacturing land or mining companies Apply to me in Richmond or to Joe sailles and over their connecting line to vertise in the mens paper the Journal of ville Wagers on the farm DIED Louisville then the railroad shall be enCommerce Baltimore it Mr Zan Tribble proprietor of CumberJOHN F WAGERS titled to one half of the county subscripExecutor Infant of J W Crawford was buried land Hotel Middleslxjro was here yester- tion or UHK provided the grading Ik you want to buv a bmlky Surrey day in Richmond cemetery Monday Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor Our Gcxxls are of excellent quality and shall have been finished to the Estill At the same time I will sell my farm of 5- Mrs Catherine Sullivan died in Rich- Â¬ he has the latest best and cheapest Mrs Thomas Phelps and daughter county line County Judge John C our PRICES REASONABLE Miss Katie spent several days the pist Chenault and Justices of the Peace Wilmond Kyon Wednesday night October XZ3 I have moved my Blacksmith and week in Cincinnati liam Benton John W Mtro Greenber tatMB0of heart trouble hurried in well improved and near the above Wood Shop to my two story building on Dei Richmond cemetery Friday Mrs Sarah Jarman for many years a ry Thorpe G ft Million I Stapp Wm B P WAGERS Third Street and am prepared to do Repairing of Tinware ait LowRtes 1310 P Armer represented the was the mother of County Attorney J A resident of this place now residing in Illi Willis and D hiacksmithing and wood work in a true court while Maj J W Stine President Sullivan and P II Sullivan nois is visiting here I employ eight workmanlike manner of the read Jadge A K Richards Prcsi Dr ft U Willis of Ixington Miss Sophia Hutchison was the guest skilled workmen was Bring your work to of the construction eo and Directors of Mr and Mrs A SPECIALTY OF called here last week by the illness of one dent John W Keller formerRowland Jones C I Chenault C L ly of the Dramatic News but now of the me and I will guarantee satisfaction of his nieces at Kirksville S L MIDKIFF n Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ Searcy and John D Harris represented New York Times while in New York Mr Spiire Tevis of Pine Grove was the railroad company At Nicholasville last week Mr Keller bears the reputa- Â¬ ing Stoves If you want to know who contemplates As agent for the heirs of John Arnold over last week OB a visit to his brother a hundred or more persona including a tion of being the handsomest man in New building or improving flour grist or saw deceased I will Hon W T Tevis and other relative number of directors and stockholders and can- Â¬ On Friday October 17 1890 Fx Jailor George W Maupin left on boarded the train In fact all along the York He is the son of Mr John Keller mills woodworking fertilizer fonnerly of this county and is a play ning factories or would buy machinery or Thursday for Cumberland Oap and is line additions were made to the PBlty so CO if not sold before that time sell publicly to En farm implements you must have the Jour- Â¬ CLAUDE taking in portions of Tennessee and Vir- that another car was added the five be- wright of some note His play the highest bidder tangled Lives which be wrote a short nal of Commerce Baltimore It 7ginia ing well filled opoa leaving Versailles time ago sold for 1000 to Rofat Man Houses For Rent Not only the court but the entire party Mr Waller Bennett Miss Sue Bennett telle the actor and has been greted by Miss Lizzie Bennett and Miss Settle Ar- thought that the road was the smoothest of land known as the Burnam tract and Houses of three four or five rooms for large audiences in New York San Fran the same on which the Kirksville Pair has nold have returned from their summers running new road they had ever seen MRS A WARD aad other large cities Stanford rent First clas bine heretofore been held constructed in the most substantial and Journal tour oi SSSCCfM 3 grass land never plowed until this year scientific way ami a creiiii io liie en- Â¬ A Wsrdroper Mr Jno with the All under cultiation except seven acres Hums are agents for first Burnam The IkxIv sf BO nknown man has Terms made Well fenced and watered ington Roller Mills Co is in the city gineering skill of Chief J H Pearson and class insurance companies Try them known on day of sale placing with the merchants the cele First Assistant 8 F Bock as well as the lKen found Bear Walker Creek bridge in 33 3 At the same time as administrator of A murder was evidently Lee county constructing ability of the contractors brated Cream flour the said decedent will sell a lot of person committed some months ago Donelson has a quantity of new SulHanger M Powell al property Mr Thomas I Dudley and wife of the Shanahans kies Surrics and Buggies of the newest One of the oldest houses is Returning the train W L ARNOLD Literary Note Waco went to Georgetown Thursday to Carty and others and most popular patternt and at very left I ouisville a 4 oclock and reached visit Rev R ML Dudley president of the The New York ledger for October 4 is reasonable figures Kentucky keeps a variety of At the same tim and place we will sell 5- Richmond without delay or accident a college at that place mine of interesting fact and fiction rea house and ten MM of land near the save a hot box and the tourists one and garding the South both the New South The Cream Roller Extract the prem- WROUGHT Miss Ruth Crow one of Richmonds IKON for hlack above known as the Kennedy property all were ol opinion that the scenery and 4 mile from Kirksville on the pike It leads off with a brilliant ium flour sold by all grocers it most estimable young ladies is visiting along the line is by far the grandest lx and the Old Good frame residence with six rooms sketch of Henry W Gradv smiths WHKKL8 SIOKES Good out buildings including barn ex- Â¬ her aunt Mrs Lucy Welch on West tweea the Aleghanies and the Rockies character Sheep lor Sale journalist orator and patriot written by tern arden orchard Sic Term- made DmmmMe Adiorat Lexington street including KIMS and other The four hriilgeTates creek Marble creek Oliver I have 2 300 sheep for sale supplies for known on day of sale Sale at to oclock Dyer in which the effect on the Miss Maggie Chenault a dazzingly Kealcs creek and Tyrone will average a If not sold on the day named will be rent- Â¬ 1000 select ewes New South of Grad s life work is lumibeautiful brunette from Richmond was greater height than those of any four T E ARNOLD H H Colyeit 10- Best makes of ed wagon makers nously explained A crisp editorial on A U WILLIS ifViS acknowledged to be the handsomest vis- ou any line of road in America The Marvelous Revival of Prosperity in itor at the Bridgeforth McClymoiids wed or perhaps in the world The trading is FARMING IMPLEMENTS Fine NEW ADVERTISEMENTS tells its own talc The Old ding She spent several days with Miss about completed to the Estill county line the South South is pictured in the opening installAnnie Johnson this city Mt Sterling east of Richmond and the railroad com Â¬ lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION ment of a Kentucky war story entitled ddaaaak pany will formally demand the bonds TO- Reunited the pen product of a distin Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office Headquarters for FIELD SEEDS Mrs Vaught wife of the new Metho whereupon Judge Chenault will call to- guished Southern officer In For Isobel at Richmond Ky week ending Oct 7 dist minister started to Richmond on gether the magistrates and pass uon the Maurice Thonpson gives a vignette of 1S90 LINE of HARDWARE and best Hendon Ada Bell Friday accompanied by her daughter but question ante bellum life in Louisiana James Par Blue Joe Holiday Jeff Baker Abe the train was so delayed at Paris by a ton tells the story of Cxsar Rodney of Bradley Paten All persons indebted to G W Willis brands of STAPLE GROCERIES Continued Irvine Ann broken engine that she stopped off and are notified to call promptly and pay An illustrated ballad by Bollar Mv Delaware Massie Caroline The favorable impreskion produced on same came on next day Mr Vaught and Martin Lizzie col SALT LIME and CEMENT Thomas Dunn English and a story by Bly Willie All persons having claims against the Martin W N Dr occupy Mr VA Browns new the first appearance of the agreeable Mrs Amelia E Barr are published in the Bunston Thomas family will aid V arrj to me liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Fign a few Millions Clarence Chenalt Belle residence on Fifth street EaaCome to the house where properly veriticd lor payment Corbett James MrsMiller Lucy year ago has been more than confirmed same number Miss Ida White niece of Mr W If J H WILLIS Million Ollie Miss Thomas bv the pleasant experience of all who have Jamcs II Campbell is in custody at Cochran Fanny Trustee your fathers and grandfathers Pavne A P Church Barnett aeer CWyer delightfully enter Â¬ I4 1S used it and the success of the proprietors Frankfort charged with conspiracy to Drayoo B H Pursel Minerva Miss tained a large number of friends one eve Â¬ and manufacturers the California Fijj blow up the penitentiary His nachol Prewitt Geo G Evans John bought their goods half a century ning last week Mjes White pr Rcanes Lillian Mrs when hand behind the afsousl contained Evan Jack LDT Syrup Company ULL over the attractive home of her bachelor Euright Ann Mrs Rogers T L eighteen dynamite stoga more than a foot Smilv R Gibson Allen and won golden praises from those uncle The Cincinnati Southern for the and a half each in length and also a coil Giun W R Terrell J M t Dancing and a nice supper 1880 paid for injuries to jK rsons 71000 I offer for sale privately my hou e and of Ban more than 300 feet long These Horner John Walker W C lot fronting on Smith Ballanl strec runwere features of the occasion ad damage of goods baggage etc J Harris Williams B N James infernal instruments were more than ning back to Collins strett New and in The ladies from Richmond and else- Â¬ gi 1000 and for live stock killed by trains enough to blow the penitentiary and half Hamilton V ina good repair bufricicrt room on the Col- Â¬ Office assrc from 6 a m to 7 p m 22000 a total of 11 1000 a sum eqoal of Frankfort into atoms Campbell was where in Madison county who went on t for another house lins street end of Size ol trees rial excursion over the Three to nearly four per cent on the capital of released from the penitentiary a few days Money order and registered letter hours Successor to John Farlev a m to 6 p in prompt 7 of all kinds McCARTY Forks road to Louisville ou last Satur the company ago B WILLIS pm J 16 i Ma iikiimt esvat cifkk B U POAELI of Speoiwell Is i nnli dnle for Circuit Court Clerk of Madison county subject to the wctlou of the Dnwo Administrators Sale Ul Â¬ YES r Â¬ Â¬ 9 AGED MULES -- A Great Fall And w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ or Rent the Farm 1 Bargains Theres no room argument Ibff further ur choice Â¬ POSTED k of Â¬ Â¬ SALE OF LAND Sal Oct Soots and I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 251 is now offered at pri Â¬ Â¬ WS KEEP make us beyond question the LOWEST PRICE HOUSE IN TOWN qoality Above us stands below us lie no com We have ele and plenty ol gant them We have all the lead ing and represent at i stock Â¬ I m S m 275ACRES peliiu Â¬ HARDWARE ZFoir 150 ACRES 1 FILL for Ladies WINTER STYLES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sale Â¬ Gents and Chil Our prices ire a bomb shell for competitors but a blessing tor the people Our prices may startle but they will not vex the carelu buver dreni wear Â¬ 1 3LO JC FL IS Are the LW2 any object to Mill Are the anni any inducement Â¬ PUBLIC SALE If so come in and take a look at our splendid new coods the BARGAIN ASSORTMENT OF THE SEASON bo tx reat in assortment So hon pleading in style So reasonable est in iiualitv in price Give us a d and we will give you tor your money more Boots or Shoes or Hats than any other house in town Â¬ Â¬ SMITH Â¬ 5 Â¬ Ix FARLEY 74 ACRES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IALLIDB 1 - Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS NOTICE ASSIGNEES SALE Â¬ Â¬ Debtors and Creditors A Assignee of J H Hagan I offer for sale privately in bulk or at retail for the stock of groceries in the house H IS Hagan on Second t c Richmond J S Hagan joins to close out the business and detei the interest of J H Hagan All those indebted to the firm auJ the prior firm of Hagan Oenauit will please call at once and sett i m HI 3I0LTI0I Th nings X Gi solvet the buaiaea I1T1 Drs Â¬ W L FARLEY I Richmond Ky 16- - Oc A GOOD TRAP hi U W inche end 5 by 24 Inches side fl by bj 88 Holler at top 2 90 laches inches 12 Inches Inches pin M by long in center and placed 4 inches from end of roller X half inch block to put flyer undor to set trap X X treadle or pan to spring trap mado of shingles tongue 4 lnchos wafte 44 to6houlder 5 Inches long to reach through front to set it Me to em Cut a hole in the center of the front BMlty Ma4e and Cm B Cn4 Oatchlaa Mn Kinds of TtnutaM Take inch lumber bottom board 5 by hr good stallion because a foal from almost any scrub stallion will make a work horse but a calf from a scrub bull may not be able to work in the dairy at all Miihijcu is a tedious Job and few mortals aro to found w1k like tbo occu- Â¬ pation says the American Dairyman Good wages is the only incentive to keep the men at Mk work What a benefaction to the human race it would be to invent a good practical milking machine How immortal the man would become who puts such a machine on the market In the absence of such an in Â¬ vention ltn us do all what wo can to board down to the bottom 1 inch wide ameliorate the uttering of mankind 1ut the pan in and 14 lbches MOTHERS HEROISM place then bore a hall inch hole through THE BEST HARVEST BIG FOUR EXCURSIONS TO THE -- RAMSEY FIFE IS OUR- - Wish to inform the public that T llamsey is no longer con Ramsey Nected with the Corner Dry Goods Store since selling his interest to W D Oldham but is now running OLIVER PLOWS T7Ja --J - m Bid for Your Trade Â¬ JSHrrj53BEI2EBttaaa ft9QB90HiavBjA WEST HD HORTHWEST THE THE PALACE Cash Dry Goods Store No 9 First Street in connection with W S G Fife 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 gooda cheaper than he has ever sold them before We have so cured the services of Mr ireen as salesman and Miss Hazel wood and Mrs Million as salesladies and guarantee general protection to ladies Now is the and children time to buy your goods ours are so low that we may hove to mark them up soon in place of down We now have on band and daily receiving a splendid stock of Pcreign bk t T I Gave up Her Life for Her Endangered Children- One of the most terrible accidents 1 J 1 A 3 pI HSU FIG 1 Till THAT es square 27 Inches lonp for drop fill It with sand drive a staple 4 inches from each end in the top and put it in the trap Tic a twine in the staples anu to the short pins like first cut then Ha a twine to the long pin and to a flyer Just long enough to raise the drop 4 inches whn set The roller Just goes between the ends at the top turns on the back board whi re the holes come in the pan Drive a little nail over each hole then tie a ctout string in each bole of the pas pam it through the ich holes and tie to the nails Just noijjh li let the pan press to the bottom when tne drop strikes it Then iing that fits loose take a pi laside the trap or make a box 44 inch Â¬ ever known in Dubuque la occurred Sunday inorning at 4 oclock Tbo residence of Ex policeman John Mcpee was A neighbor discovered on Oro ran across and tried to arouse tbe family While knocking at the door tbe window In the upper story crashed and McBeo fell to the ground Tor a few moments be was senseless When be recovered ho began erj lng that his family were up stairs The flames were quickly extin guished and the fireman entered at the top of the landing The mothor and three children were founil and Mm quickly McBee removed and ltoso the oldest daughter aged 1 fOars were dead The young- est daughter Bertha aged W years and Charles 5 years old were still aliva hoy died in tbo afternoon ThO girl is still alive but can not recover Mc Bee is too dazed to give a connected account It is gathered that he awoko nearly suffocated and aroused his wife They groped In the smoke and darkness nntil McBee struck the window tbrough The mother which he leaped or fell was with him but remembering her children went back to save them When found tbe family were it a group with their arms around each others nocks The building is a email two story fratno The bodies were very slightly burned Â¬ Â¬ St Louis Hallway Fall and Winter purchase was made bELL with a view of offering the best qualiOur prices may DELOTJKT23 TRIP ties at lowest figures startle but they will not vex the careful EXCURSION TICKETS WILL Cleveland Cincinnati Cnicage- and - V all Q c r F buyer 173 arm rLTLrLnjnjjfrJLrisunjnjrujnnr etHEj 0 l To all prominent points in the Wctt and Northwest - vhole world HALF EATES 0 0 0 BEST A 1 WANTS THE M E O Tuesday September 9th Tuesday September 23d Tuesday October 14th All tickets good returning thirty from date of sale Ricin ud Domestic Dress Qocds dajs H e 0 0 mi Flo wire Mkk erf T g 2 j T11AP rirvo rough the ends be ends at It to driven V ap wili ce or rats and w It will catch wii -- rats are afraid the Muscle shows a corn binder This which I use in shocking corn stalks The idea is original and not patented I give It to readers who raise corn and keep the ground clean Its object is to draw the stalks up firmly together and hold them until they can be bound with straw or other material It consists of a strap about three feet long ono end of which is fastened to a handle an old or fork handle Is good The handle has a hook at its outer end and Throw the the strap Is perforated strap around the shock catching tbo outer end with the disengaged hand and draw up as firmly as you wish fas-1 St sketch 5d Tliis 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 D MARTIN General Passenger Agent C C C tl St L Ry 12 1 Ladies and Gents Furnishing ioods Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Trunks in fact everything kept in a first class store We call especial atten tion to our suits of Â¬ SHACKELFORD -- FOR Rich GENTRY OF- - offl X B- - BOYS CLOTHING at 125 Alterforwood CustomBoots and Shoes below cost and other custom made best brands of Shoes A splendid all very cheap line of all kinds of Shirts Over and Under fron 15cts to s2 below cost We sell the best 5 and 10 cent Handkerchiefs and Hosiery in the city Ladies White Party Kid Gloves 35 to 40 cents Crashes from 3 to 10 cents -Made Â¬ Â¬ DKALEltS IN ALL KINDS r CENTRA L B IT KY Hardware Tinware foofleiiware AND WAGON House Fnrnisliing Goofls w BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Ri Kir IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF RICHMOND Roofing and Guttering RkhmoM Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds NEXT SESSION OPENS Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc T HE Wednes da Sept 10 1890 THESE COLLEGES Classsica Fourteen partments of Study De- Â¬ a have made it a time rh bell tied M boys run get some Â¬ Ad ooan BINDER 1 Scientific and Letters Courses per yard less than cost Calico lets Challies 5 iood 4 BfeHHER ASSORTEHT OF THE SEASO 1 1 thing every ti tenlng it to tho hook Any farmer can make one in a few minutes For bands DAIRY I use shcp twine one end tied in a The following twenty itoms are from lcoi a represented at C the other cud tbe K through the loop and tied in a ar worker that gives bow toot In tying it thus you can untie it when bunking by pulling Wii milk bull of on the end of the twine The same 1 Farmer DOTsT So Great in Assortment So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAP in Price 61W1IS 1 Leading to Bachelor T5 A 11 S and BL tad Master M A M S and M L Degrees Also Commercial and Elective Courses A full faculty of able and experienced men each a specialist in his department Attendance last session 326 from Ij States ami Territories More than 100000 New Gymnasium added to the endowment last year Expenses moderate 175 to 240 for tuition board washing and servants attention Â¬ and cents less than cost Nice Lace Bed Sets 125 Lace Curtains a big line and cheap and Curtain Boles Comforts A good line of Gents Pants to close out 50 to 75 cents below cost Overalls 35 cts Dont buy your LADIES COME TO OUR OF IT IS 1 I NECESSARY In These Days for MERCHANTS PHEPAHATOUT DEPARTMENT Principal L Pulliam Prof and two assistants give undivided attention to the thorough instruction and discipline ot pupils The new Gymnasium contains a large study hall seated with single desks convenient recitation rooms and all the equipment of a first class training school Careful attention given to physical training Students have acces to the gymnasium and go through daily drills under the direction of a Professor Oratorical drill throughout the year For further particulars or catalogue apply to L H BEANTON Chancellor R MA Â¬ O A yoir re cheap now rul years if saved Tup fastened to the back It is better to kevp the cow healthy A ah of th baadle with a book handy B food feeding than hy medicine mber that tbe as thrown arorafl the shock ready for lng P WUUaaea in Home and get a good and Farm uiii T forget that calves will eat grass Maefe ly a few weeks when t The black excrescences so often seem on plum treeS anj which injure tho dry but a few growth and finally destroy them may not a rear a iir n removtbe tree remain un ng one Uarnied if tbe remedy la promptly ap Tilt cow on pasture runs less risk of plied Col and burn them as ug than the one on Soon Apply petroÂ¬ I dry leum or kethe cut face or if the appllcMy made h cows poor If to the knot will be itho it two or Unporteot says it the color of the not to let tbe but if her skin is yellow it irk and kill the Mai as it is not very distinctly buy what t force j tbo bark mix with it enough thy aont want so we must maki tvie v -- MLUMWIWilL GHE 1011 A BBHHT Â¬ kol VGRIESCHOGLFIELDCQ The Only One Price Cash Clothiers 13- - We will until you see ours have in a few days the finest line of beat Fitting Cloaks in and we have Richmond many other special bargains in goods If you will come and look we will be glad to show you all through the stock TO LIE GRAND OPENING Awake Nights to Devise Means to Attract Trade The Managers of the - 1 Â¬ Ramsey 5 Fife RADAMS AT - rir 9- - SOMETHING NEW THROUGH CAR LINE High Art Novelties IN RACKET STORE Have Decided to MACKINAC Microbe Killer -- Miev n muni Tul new that Mart bow J calves just before thill get a good m1 r her winters work Miik iivt r is 7 nerally prrjoeded by may idltion of the fT - thicken it a little boundary This treat- re to f l f resh ai rg nel I vhere tree ortant week ly dividends Init as ther e are so many eumtner cows the weekly dividends are ly Tinwatery skimmed milk with oil meal or middlings and tho calves and pigs will not mind tbe extra quantity of water in it If you have no ice you can keep your cream and butter in the well A wind Lass is the most easily managed way of raising and lowering them It is easier to teachaoalf to drink that has never sucked its dam but al Â¬ lowing it to suck for three or four days will do no harm and may do tbe cow some good The profitable dairy cow is now be ginning to make calculations about de This divi Â¬ daring a scrip dividend dend to be followed by weekly cash divÂ¬ K Cijn to to apt prnnt tie diseato Â¬ te the M Gerviim Uia be au official re porter in the Fi nca Parliament has calculated that between 171 and IV England spent on her navy 4iVlu C30 francs Fraaoe ic0o J77iJ Germany 1000734404 Austria 470115 C77 Italy l101ir55i Buaata 1U70 639702 Of the whole amount expended by her France devoted 35 per cent to the construction of new ships Russia 80 per oent England 41 per cent Austria 44X per oent Germany 57V per oent-A CnElJjFA man put his patent incuand hatched a bator over a duckling with four eyes and two bills Â¬ Â¬ d1 GO AND SEE THE Commencing July 1st there will be established a thiough line of first class Vcs tibuied Pullman and Wagner Sleeping Cars daily between Cincinnati Dayton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and all principal resorts of the Ipper Peninsula DRR of Michigan via the C II and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleepers will be attached to trains leaving Cincinnati at o 00 p m daily except Saturday returning leave Mackinaw at 9 a m daily except Sunday The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets via this route composed ol such favorable and well known lines as Dayton R R the Cincinnati Hamilton and Michigan Central Rraaot be appar ent 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 continuing your journey to the most lovely resorts on the Anerican continent For pamphlets pertaining to Mackinac Island and other summer resorts reached via this line write to any agent of the C H D R R or to E O McCormick General Passenger and Ticket Agent No oo West Fourth Street Cincinnati O Â¬ POKES 100 Main St lAEAI Richmond Ky Also a full line of the purest and freshest FALL DRESS GOODS WHICH IS NOW TAKING PLACE QUIT LYING Awake Studying How to DRLGS m CHEMICALS That Can be Had TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES PERFUMERY BRUSHES ATTRACT TRADE BY iTTTINc THE KNIFE INTO SOAlS vvc THE v PROFITS e - - - has ap en the lower idends during the winter A oopd bull is more important than a tribute ouunHSIon r improve ji and i jj imooKs I at CHENurT Patent Medicines PAINTS OILS WHITE LEAD c BAi MUCH VALUABLE CTIAOQTJAnmtl WITH THE GrOGEAPHT OF THE IHFOBMATIOK UAH 5 10 CT COUNTER AT New BROOKS CHENAULT Elegant Blazers So that every article sold would be an advertisement lor their house Real Estate Brokers Richmond K entlcky Â¬ STATIONERY School Books COME AND SEE FOR COtTNTBT WILL OBTAlit TBOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF Large lists of City and Country Property Property sold and bought 011 Commission Correspondence solicited A competent Pharmacist and prompt attentirn given ttafOfliee in John Bennetts law to compound prescriptions office Branch oflice at Stockton 39- Brooks Drug Store POWERS JUST RECEIVED Come to our Dress Goods Open YOURSELF TINWARE STATIONERY NOTIONS ETC A few pieces of 10 cent Challies left at G cents a yard First door above Farmers Bank BIGIR P M POPES Kentucky Aiutua Benefit Society GEORGETOWN lji-jj-- jj - PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor Limestone Street 0pp C Ss Successors to C E Smith 39 2 ing we like to show our Novelties HUME 0 Depot LEXINCTON KY INSURANCE BURNAM Tho Oldest KENTUCKY Wew Building and Furniture Well Lighted and Ventilated 1 csaiS Tt r as 7 LSrittfiiM g lliawg PGIFiC RAILWAY Organized 1874 1 1 Assets 5675040 Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED 2 aad Strongest American Companies NORTH AMERICA RATES and S250 per Day SPRINGFIELD iNNEOTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA iERMANIA MERCHANTS H BROTHER TK CHICAGO RCCK ISLMO Includmfr main lines branches and extensions East and West of tbo BUaeouri River To all point East North and Northwest from K City to Rock Island Davenoort Dos Moines Chicago and via ALBiiiT LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthinjrton Sioux Falls Water town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towrns and citios it is too enort direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points converging at KttihHf City it also constitutes AS E CANTRILL President V Z THOMSON Secretary C Dit S F GAXO Med Director Dk C W H ARDIN Gka Agt CbIIh attention to ita Lvel 1remiiini Plan of IuMiranceand liberal term of Policy Prompt and Itelialrie Paid up insurance given at lite end of expec- Â¬ tancy of life tiiutt provMinc disability clause iu old age Policies Incontestable except fii fraud or non payment of premium No restriction as to residence L Breckinridge Cabell formerly of travel or occupation Policies non forfeitalile after three annual pavmenU 47- - Virginia but who has been a resident of New York seventeen years and has an extensive acquaintance with Capitaists NOTICE J STRENG lYAZOOl RECORD 2I27KJ M J HILL Manr GflRRIflGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJET0NS NEW CARRIAGES THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RSVER transportation to and from all cities townc and sections Krisd orado and tbe Indian Territory FREE Reclining Chair Cars between ffanaar City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge City anu PuHnum Sleeping- Care to and from Wichita and Huvchicron It traverses vest area of tbe richest farming and grazing lands in tbe vorld forming tbe speediest most popular and economical system of fas Col Â¬ FOR SALE ue ted MADISON will MACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS toy at earn from Leading ell competitors in splendor of eq inment cool in summer warmed toe locomotive in wrtntor well ventilated and free Croc leave Kansas City and St Joseph daily on arrival of trains from tbo Bast Southeast with elegant Day CoacbePulinian Palace 81sepers and lining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to er Colorado Spriugs and Pueblo making stops only at importrt in- ing stations in Kansas and Colorado Suporb Dining Hotels at con- at stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious moais at seasonable hours and at moderate price To Manitou SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 to 10 foot alley Oicbard Street new QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 32x150 to 10 CoOtaUej UaUie Irvine and Or ngc Streets TWO Fl WBLLINGS aew 6 roon Female Institute The thirty thh v vw itf vntmt J UH0 open on -- Will also Organize Undeveloped Prop- Â¬ Fanner National Jtnnk rieties into Corporations and float the BURNAM HUME securities Skilled labor furnished industrial enter- - N B Tobacco Barns Country Stores Kooui 30 320 I5K0ADWAY NEW YOKK SRLL OK KXCHANUE TIMBRB MINKKAL AM AtiKIttIil KAFi LANDS AND DEVELOPED INDUSTRIES ROCK BOTTOM RATES I Dont forpet onr office is TO YUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL at the We offer the services of YAZ00 for the season of 1890 ai SUver Creek County Kentucky at T NEW SURRlES NEW SULKIES and of tbe are for ale u -- 31 FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT and Milling property specialties Arcane 31 32 BH CO Fifth on Walnut nt BUILDING IOTS crate or a a viu I UU1 a of this noted nt 4111 lib Hill THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE Pikes Peak the Garden rf the Gods Cascade Green Mc Palls Idaho Bprinfre tbe mountain parks mining camps and cites sanitary reaorts hunting and fishing grounds aud cecTc attractions of Colorado Its Vestibule Express Trains ara equipped with every modern improvement that can add to safety convenience comfort and luxurious enjoyment Tbay also make close connections at terminal cities in Colorado in Union Depots with the Denver and Rio Grande Colo ado Midland Union Pacific ort Worth and all other diverging linee For Tickets Maps Time Tables Polders copies of the Western Trail ieenwrl monthly or further desired information addroae E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN Saeeral Xaaagar Oecl Ticket ft Pats agent CHICAGO ILL Street Powells addition each 5OX 160 feet 0cjy For prices on any of the above inquire of MRS E W WIGGINS THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS REMOVAL I Money due if mare i parted with otherwise when is foaled Mares cjukHly on grass at ten cents a day grain fed if desired at reasonable kept and tried My ire all new everycaie to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible forrates Will take very latwi patterns Tliey either on the moat reaaonal crcl4siocf 4 S 203i and 20 mors 230 performers rtJfiitMci 2nd T HAVE MOVED MY PLUMBING Â¬ EOlClCllt daa Youn two Yo18 dar sire of utwi Tuesday September 9th A full corps of competent teachers Admirable Curriculum Prices reasonable Â¬ I South Downs for Sale I 6- have a lot of No - down For Catalogues or other particuh on or add i B JOHN V WAGER C H AGE R MAN Irin naught record 224 Lee trial 232 in foal Voltigeur trial 2 Wlv MMw Sanitary Plumbing Steam Chief ire of Udy Thorn 2 iS to my new building on Third Street dam by Roebuck a 3rd where I have eyery facility for doing the Gas Fitting 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred best of work more rapidly than ever beSh YaZ0 t0 erbly bred- - naro- - Belmont M All orders promptly filled and work nn rhh Cr 3lZVrPCiiSTe - -fore i -1C are eacn lllusliious siVes And all gas pipe used to be oung Portia his dam aw Will be pleased to see all my old pa- guaranteed are illutrious matrons with a pacing tl of the right size according to the rules and bred foundation trons and many new ones Avherecinju beat it tions of the Water and Light ComfirUook now open Hirer Creek Madison en mty Ky CBTRemember 1 have moved to Third pany No -- 27 W Main Street Street bet Irvine and North Streets opposite Hotel Glyndon Tost office ad 43- S BURNAM ii- S L MIDKIFF drcB Lock Box 15 CO 13- - Blacksmith Shop Chlde Harold erUn reCra 5ireof mile record in 504 in England Consuela Nora 2- Portia Jam of Voltaire - and thirty two KHH wie i re in 230 list record foal and Yazoo 2271 2 by yon want a vehicle omm and wont g limine witb an if auj voll - 220 trial a sire of Besslmere Record JOHN I oaf V Fraskie 106 Eklui Bzrbsr Shop EAST MAIN hTREET hop gr of We ygnuw T Â¬ We have opened a fin and deeire to have gentlemen ladies ami guarantee fim clasa work elegant furniture elean and sharp razors - M J CARMICUAEL C MX