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Digital page images are linked to the text file. gp ssft ifo - A - a 7j - tjc Ht SJ fB Mi Dr HrMrHRKYSSricciFics ore Mien tirlly and rarurultj prepared prcwcrlptons many ed ypr In private practice with ftucceaaandfor forover VOLUME ATTORN EY8 IV MADISON w Klntt 8- RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER fiI SKIPPED OUT Dillon and OBrien Have Diaop aaa A Vil J 15 I 1890 Ro- 8r ST 1U-1a-J-tjySJgS1 ft r ittTiwjft rrr nrhi A r 18 NUMBER TfvADEi MARK ERADICATES BLOOD POI S04AN BLOOD TAINT F KT - BURN AM AT - a tiricc 1 Rkhmond rrotxErs No 11 la Monumental KeNTICKY - Humphreys THE COMMONWEALTH CENSUS FIGURES Population liy Counties of the First Su- pervlsora IUtrlct Tho population by counties ot tho First Supervisors district of Kentucky completed at tho Census Office tho other day is as follows COr NTfE OUR MARYS LOVER Mnrders an Insane Aaylnm Physician When Arrested the Lunatic Admits the UNDER ONE FLAG General Longstreet Makes a markable Speech KENTUCKY - HjUlU IT i lluiiiaint Untitling RICHMOND KY thirty years uned by the people Every atnRlc Spe- The Speelllcs cure without drugging purg ing or reducing the system and areln fact and deed tne sovereign re medics of the World A SlLUVAN a KK IIMOXll ttorxei r la iv KtNTUKV a utt or rmxcrrxL hob 1 Frvera CiiiKei r ill l irM sir el same as formerly oe te Imiiity JtMtge Miller Iv TO WELL A s TTORXEl - A - T LA W Kkiimumi i - Kenticky ulii- on Seooml Street DKNTAL i URQKBY A WILKKS SMITH VESTAL SURGEON KtNTtlKY Olliee 3- nurm criuw tlon Inflammation J5 j 2 Worms Worm Fever Worm Otllr 3 CTinB Colic orTeethuigof Infanta iS or i iniaren or aouiw 1 iiiarrnea a llisrntciy uriplng KUiousCoUc S O Cholera Morbus Vomiting 23 7 oaghs Cold Kronchttla 23 S enrilgln Tootnacbe Faeeacbe 3 11 Ilrnlarhe5 stckliemlaclie Vertigo 2i 10 Dyspepsia Bilious Stomach 23 11 Suppressed or Painful Periods 23 too Profusi- llrinds 23 lZ Whites Cough Dlfllcult Itreatblng i Croap 23 14 Salt Klieulll KrysljM lns EruptWus 23 13 II henmatism Rheumatic Pains 23 Hi Fever ani A goe chills Halarla 30 1 30 Piles Blind or lllccdiiig HI Catarrh Influenza Cold In tbe Head 30 20 Whooping Congh Vl lent Coimls 30 21 nrrnl Dcbilit v hyslcal Weakness SO 1 Kidney Disease 30 2si Nrriu- - Debility 110 9 I rinnrj Weakness Wetting Bed 30 3 2 Diseases of thelleartPalpuatlou 100 Sold by Druggist or sent postpaid on receipt f nrlce Dr rMriiRXYS MIMIL HH aaais richly bound In cloth and gold mallei fr II imphreysMediciiieCoHi9Fuli n RU N Y 5JJ 8371 PP 14378 12181 inc T10 Ballard Caldwell Calloway Carlisle ChiisUrn Crittenden Davies Fulton Graves Hancock Henderson Hckmnn Hopkins Livingston Lvon Bnter Ilsirf 13162 14011 71114 IHIS J 13 MSI 7 9 Si 013 13105 Jltya 11 ii IStl 1417 LS3S tlss 33003 i ii3 27 7M77 BIOS MSO i73 S4M i li- - 43IS SSI li isj 1 8 439 llH l13l 9t0 BLSQS 98117 1K1 891 taSN 111 - 9105 0 7iis It- 4fi t M 4743 14T7 - RlillMJMI lnun nfne SMS Sinilli linililliic Main Street lo nm M ism to 4110 V M Practice liuiiltti lo dentistry 1 Every -- - Character Mil U SPECIFI CS McCrackn WeLeaa Marshall Mublenberg Olili Ttsld 7007 9 fto UH47 tU09 13870 1SVN5 iiry 7S7 114 i 1 iutM 144S9 - JrttJ tnlon Webster 1S94 Ki9 3i40 7 41ri J C MORGAN I S and grade of Monumental Work from the smallest stone to the most RCHAOXD KEXTl CA2 office Bank Main Street over Madison National - COLOSSAL OK MOST MM T yiLiv RitiiMovt i w BURGIM Kentucky ELABORATE STATUARY YES ITS VEXTIST ivci Palace Itry tiooxts Store on 1irsi Street formerly occupied by Dr Kes- 4f- tTMII rtlce Our pi ices compete with city houses Designs furnished on application Imported Native Marble Call J W rilKlil til A DI S KIUKSVJLLE done uer1tnliis Office Kin nel I KENTCChV and GRANITE alwns on hand and nee me Great Fall And we are ready with our 1717s 1 Total for the district 411807 in ISM the population was Mt64n an Inwoawi of 50 Im- or 187a per cent Only two counties in tho district show a decrease viz Ballard 0007 and Trigs MS Tho population of tho principal towns in this district is as follows Ilopkinsville 0457 increase MSB per cent 6SS8 Hondorson 8830 incroaso 3405 per cent 0450 Owensboro 9818 Ingress S SS7 per cent 5757 ladin ah 13024 incrcaso 4088 per cent 6207 17S09 MSW Ii re si ence Everything tut profmruton 0 Gko 1 ADFLORAietor Projii McCavn HC PHYSICIANS R Price J M BOYNTZ rSlCIA X A XI Hweoild Street SI RGEOX IcGAfll -- PRICE of- argainS Theres no room lor fiirllier iiriiiinient rill COLD WEATHER Rkmmoni Stole Msec Kesiukv next to Willies M IX Importers Ss - Irun S- China Qlass Bousekeeping Ware W Kl HMoNI EVANS - choice IH SC1AX AX I - S RGEOX KtVTliKV Com Main and Mill Sts - sloek ol FtCRTii riAss postmasters were appointed tho other day as follows Bink ncr Oldham County W S Leot Kelly Christian County T F Rogers Kings Crook Letcher County 1 B Fields Wiiiik the colored mon in tho railroad ramp at Foster wero at supper tho othor evening W S Parker and Josh Terrell got into an altercation over a cup of cof- Â¬ fee whon Terrell drow his gun and shot Parker dead Terrell has been lodged in jail Parker was cook for tho camp and was of a peaceablo disposition The Republicans of the Fifth Louisville District tho other night nominated St John Boyle for Congress Jkhky AiiNiin was eat in two by a freight train on the Kentucky Central near Latonia At ML Sterling Mrs Noah Prince was gored to death by a cow tho other Â¬ LEXINGTON KENTUCKY orrie K -- Second Street TJ Book - Shoos TAYLOR in Medicine and Surgery - u it Eats Practitioner KkIIMiiNI ifTiec KtMlikV i Shi Second Street over kes liioeerj 3- - Dinner Sits Tea Stts Chamber Sets Tin Scls Lamps and 11a Lijjlits 1iuno ITinps Glassware llaled VaieCoal Vases rinp Wareii from Ftirt iii and llomfstir Art Fatlurirs The largest tiiKst and OUT evening Ill mil Cocxty is recognized by fruit hien as one of the finest fruit regions in lv ntucky and for some fruits particularly apples the most prolific in tho United States It is only in the last few years that tho farmers living in Â¬ JR JOHN IL FOSTER PJIlSCtX AX SURGEON - Richmond office KtMuicv moitvaiied stock Main Stnit m xl Saaaf lo luxons patatf resiilentv il eor Main mill laics S-I leek Avenue sioxsMini pfrsrcA x a x m m si - rgeon Kknticky - u Wiitic 11ml offer Ins prof lie - lo the pnli- - vTHOLESALE DEPAFvTMElTT is filled with cheaper wares and we offer We a greater varictv than ever before huv alas tin best Our q cent Lamp Our Luster Tatui Chimnev is giKid Wares List longer oui cnmnionest knives in lact everything is selected frotn factories who are known for never sli Ming work 1riccs JTUjOidcis promptly filled glaii 11 48 prices which iuike us lit 0111l tiision the LOWKST PRICK HOUSE IN TOWN quality conKklwed Above us stands no eompetiug stoek below us lie no com We hive ele peting prices pant uootls ami plenty ol We have all I be lead thein inp and representative is now ollered what Fill for Ladies WINTER STYLtS Â¬ gien 111 s LETCOEH PUISfCIAN AND SURGEON M - McCNN k PRICE Birmnmr otllee - - rUmrpn 28- - GORMLEY HAS Gents and Chil drens wear Our juices are a bomb shell lor competitors but a lilessin for lie people Our prices may startle but titer will not vex I be careful I Sinilli Hulldine Main Street Inner Till W iSRKiHT M I AND SURGEON Kknticky RuiimoMi rsClV Are the Lowes - Are I lie I - III Sinilli Hull line on MhHi street iinl nlteiillon Klei lo micros oplc Uiu ls rlieiuicaJ cxiihiiiihi ions ol tissues ami of the human IsMly S- UOsee - nil Pries I FINEST LINE OFt lest QuitiB any imluce- 3- any object lo von BC om o i HOLTON meat I I B Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Kkn iick RUIIMMI to over P N Ilrlnlits Hours spii ml aitenlton in in inm to license of women mikI nil diffi t eliiotm is ieiits trewled t a cult ami II un opaline inedirlnes senl to uy alli i si n ll Â¬ Saddlery AM f so come in and take a look at our splendid new goods the BARGAIN ASSORTMENT OF THE SEASON in assortment Sol So hon pleasing in style So reasonable est in tiualitv gin price Give us a chance si and we will cive you for vour fj money more Boots or Shoes or a iials than any other house m So irreat K -r - J KS JKNNINiits - GLB80N Kenticky u Hieis so Physicians and Surgeons Richmond - office M urn street bhoe store over Aallace JE AILIZ PUVSICIAX Richmond - Mug RICHMOND Horse Oils Tho Barrens in Meado County began to realize that they had fortunes in the peculiar loamy lioil of that region with its sub soil of btiff sticky yellow clay at a depth of throe to five feet One farmer Hon tiUS W Richards has over four hundred acres planted in young apple trees and ts putting out more while there are others whoare following his example In a few years tho apple crop of tho Meade County Barrens will be something immense In Christian County in a quarrel over some clothes Gootrge Rutledgo was shot and killed by Geo Griffin both colored The latter oscaped Tiik Court of Appeals has decided the suit of Sheriff Clark of Jofft ron County against the Louisville Water Company for back taxes Tho Water Com pany holds that it comes under the exemption clause of the Bill of Rights in that it does public service by furnishing the firo system and public institutions of the city of Louisville with free water Tho lower court decided in the companys favor on these grounds The Court of Appeals however reverses this decision Jtrxii M Is Roberts a prominent lawyer and excellent citizen of Covington fell from tho porch of one of his tenement houses a few mornings since a distance of thirty feet His head and shoulders were terribly bruisod and it is feared he will die lie had been county judge and city attorney for eight years Caitaix R S Triplett has leased the Owensboro Falls of Rough and Ho has been gen Green River railroad eral manager of the company sinco its organization superintending the building of the road and has had charge of it ever since The distilleries all through the Sixth District are all preparing to start into business with the beginning of next month and tho revenue men who have had a rather protracted vacation arc preparing for a heavy rush of business Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is known as Dougherty tho student who made himsolf notorious recently by per- Â¬ Their Hall Forfeited and Warrants Have secuting the actress Mary Andorson lleco Issued For Their Arret with his attentions and who was placed In tho Flathush Asylum for tbo Insane Tho caso of the Crown vs Wm Dr OBrien and John Dillon who aro charg Â¬ shot and killed tho Lloyd the assistant physician of asylum at flvo ed with conspiracy in inciting tenants oclock Thursday night Ho had not to pay their rents was again called intended to kill others connected with in the Magistrates Court at Tipperary tho institution but fortunately cir- Â¬ Friday morning Messrs OBrien and cumstances prevented tho carrying out Dillon have hitherto boon present at all of his designs After the shooting ho tho hearings but when tho court open- Â¬ walked cooly out of the place and went ed they did not put in an appearance Now York where ho was arrested and Both the defendants are mombers to locked up He confessed his crime and oT tho committco which was ap-Â¬ appeared indifferent to the magnitude pointed at the conference of Irish of it A written to Mary Nationalists hold in Dublin last Anderson letter ho hadago was found in a few Friday to vistit America for tho purposo his possession days Dougherty was an in- Â¬ of soliciting aid for tho Nationalist mate of the Flathush Asylum until cause and a rumor is current that they throo weeks ago whon he escaped have forfeited their hail of 1000 each from the institution A few days in the conspiracy caso and that they later Dougherty appeared at tho Bailed Thursday from Quconstown for asylum and threatened to kill Dr Flem- Â¬ tho United States Much excitement ing the superintendent He did not do prevailed in Tipperary when it became so but managed to oscapo again Whon known that Messrs OBrien and Dillon searched at tho police station two revol- Â¬ had abandonod their defence and left vers were on Dougherty Ho the placo Confirmation of tho tumor Sergeant found ho had determinedtold Magoin to they have left tho country has been kill tho officials of that the asylum because received There is no confirmation ho they all ill him He however of tho report that they sailed know he had treated Lloyd Dr said Lloyd killed Dr Queenstown from Thursday for was 2S years old and had been connect- Â¬ tho United States The informa- Â¬ ed with the asylum several months He tion thus far rocoivod shows that was unmarried they will not leavo by tho ordinary channels of passage Their bail will bo WORLDS FAIR escheated and it will bo paid by tho Proposed Ejlnllt of Idols Etc of the National League All tho other de- Â¬ Sacred Tribe Amount of Space Needed fendants who aro jointly charged with The Worlds Fair Directory has re conspiracy with Mossrs Dillon and OBrien were present in the court Mr ceKed a suggestion for a novel feature Ronan Prosecutor for tho Crown an of the exhibition It is to bo termed It includes houneed tho absence of Mossrs Dillon the Worlds Pantheon and OBrien and asked tho Court to the idols fetiches kobangs tabus kis append to their bail bonds tho usual sies enquisies jujus gree grees totems etc of the sacred tribes of ancient and of non appearanco certificate Mr Tho Pantheon would Healy of counsel for defendants sub- Â¬ modern history places of the different mitted the argument that tho sureties on includo etc worship Commissioner Hirst the bail bonds had fulfilled their obliga Florida says Exhi the tions when Messrs OBrien and Dillon of appeared in court on the first day of tho bition Buildings exclusive of annexes trial Tho Crown he said had subse Â¬ will cover about eighty two acres Horti- Â¬ Manufacturers quently amended cortitn particulars of cultural Hall five tho charges and thoreforo the bail given twenty two Machinery Hall eighteen Art Gallary two electric display two for the dofendants no longer held good After listening to the arguments on this Mineral Palace five transportation six point tho court announced that in its liberal arts fivo and Womans Pavilion opinion the charges against the dofend Â¬ two acres Prominent Catholics from ants although they had beam amended by various parts of tho country met at tho tho Crown were substantially the same Columbus Club Chicago to take stops It thereforo granted Mr Ronans re- to secure a complote exhibit of Catholic quest and tho Courts certificate of non educational work in the United States appearanco was attached to tho bail at the Fair bonds of Messrs Dillon and OTJrion A WOMANS GIFT An adjournment was then taken to en Â¬ able tho Crown to consider what stops Sister Catherine Formerly Mis Kato should bo taken Warrants havo been Ilrenel To Erect a ireat Convent issutd for tho arrest of Messrs Dillon Plans have been completed for another and OBrien great philanthropic institution which is to be added to the list of those contril- A Remarkabla Case uted to humanity by tho Drexols Tho At Bloomington 111 a jury Friday tn projector in this instance is Sister Cath- Â¬ tho caso of Leonard Matthews vs tho erine Miss Kate Drexol at whoso in Â¬ Chicago and Alton railway awarded a stance her brother-in-laand attor verdict of 810000 damages in favor of ney Edward Do Veaux Morrell Is Matthews was a brake tho plaintiff soon to begin erection near Andaluman on a Chicago and Alton freight and sia in Bucks the County Pa of a great was knocked by a bridge from the top of convent building or sister houso of tho an unusually high car and sustained as Order of Sisters of Mercy tho mother he claims a dislocation of tho neck Ho house of which is at Pittsburgh Tho sued for 20 000 Ho claims he is com- Â¬ institution will lie for tho instruction of pelled to wear a harness of iron leather girls to qualify thorn for teaching and plaster of paris to keep his head among tho Indians a branch of educastationary and that Daralysls and death tional and religious work in which Sis may at any moment occur Tho com- Â¬ tor Catherino has shown a great inter- Â¬ pany appeals tho caso est M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ peared Killing James BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from tral Kentuis East W In Which He Assume Responsibility For the Death of Seven Hundred of Ills Bra re Men grand parade of Federal and The Confederate veterans at Knoxville Tenn Wednesday was an immense affair and participated in by about equal numbers of tho blue and gray The lino of march was through the chief streets and then out to Ft Sanders the old battle ground where addresses were deÂ¬ livered by J W Caldwell General Gib- Â¬ son Colonel W A Henderson and General Longstreet In the course speech his of General long street said that he told President Davis af tor the battle of Chickamauga that tho Confederacy was doomed He says that he camo to Knoxville and made a desperate assault on Ft Sanders but his heart was not in it as ho was con- Â¬ vinced it was a lost cause He says of tho attack on tho fort that ho alono bears the undivided responsibility of that and the death of 700 of his brave men He says that it may bo some comfort to know that whatever might havo been tho result of the little battle it could not have affected the result of the war tho Ho seems to South was to be defeated agree with the general idea that the city could have been taken bad he assaulted the fort when ho first reached it Gen- Â¬ eral Longstreet says that the speech in all probability is the last public utter- Â¬ ance ho would give in such a public way Ex Federal and Confederates alike shod tears during its delivery General Gibson of Ohio followed Genoral Long Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rjVFAi entirely bottles of Swifts Specific SS S cle snsed my svstcm of contagions blood p j on nf the vry worst type m 3 LwjMia Shreveport La FAST LINE BETWEEN r r v a m Lexington SOUTII BOCM Lve Lve Arr Arr Lve Arr Arr Arr Arr I Cincinnati 1 BVfv Lotties rt s toms since RST FORMS id cleansed rrj tilling seven t had any symp by 1 ale in rHVit May IS9 f Ml- s h Veinx La Spartanburg me i S C OF Inel nlli EE5 Treatise tree HG 1 CURED HUNDREDS Im CASCSJ OF SKIN CANCER m Swu lcific Ca Pkin Diseases mailed lirx i Atlanta Ga A D RUFF TCH le Arr Arr Si UlelllilolKt Livingston NiiKTH HirNI 100 am lCVTVIa Vy - Lve Livingston Lve rr A I street m r3JJjmi fcy AfF a Arr Arr I Kltlun Le Winci 1 I le lw Arr Lve Ve I I h t ntl rulntoiil - MAYSVILLE B OUTLAWS FATE Robe Burrow Shot Dead Willi- - Attempt Â¬ ing to Escape From HI Captor Tho story of tho capture of Rube Bur- Â¬ rows the famous train robber and mur-Â¬ derer in a lonely cabin near South Ma- Â¬ rengo Ala by two deputies as by two colored men was supplemented Wednesday by the killing of tho out Â¬ law after he had wounded ono of his captors The deputies strapping him to a horse carried him twelve miles to Linden jail where they arrived lato Tuesday night and placed him In tho wooden structure It was agreed that Detective McDufflo and ono of the colored mon named John Marshall should stay in the jail with the prisoner still handcuffed and securely bound until daylight while Detec Â¬ tive Carter and the negro went off to get A short timo a brief nap before day before day Wednesday morning ho com Â¬ plained of being hungry and asked for some thing to cat McDufflo answered he bad nothing toeat A sachelof Bur- Â¬ rows was lying in one corner of the room I have some crackers in mybagthorc if you will hand it to me said tho pris-Â¬ oner McDufflo handed tho bag to Burrows without opening It and Burrows put his manacled hands in tho bag for a moment and brought out two pistols covered McDufflo and the negro and or- Â¬ dered them to untio him which they did Keeping the negro in front of him Burrows disarmed both men and unlock- Â¬ ed the front door and asked whore Carter was with his money When told that ho was at the hotel ho ordered the negro to show him tho way remarking was ho that going to have tho monoy back or kill somebody Ho locked Mc Duffle in the jail ani with the negro for a guido went to Carters room and getting tho drop on him demanded his monoy Carter sprang to ono side and drawing a pistol fired a Burrows The outlaw fired at tho samo instant Carters sudden movement probably saved his lifo Ho received the outlaws bullet Tho bul Â¬ let from Carters pistol struck Burrows in the middle of the abdomen ami pass Â¬ ed through his body Carter is badly wounded Â¬ Â¬ ATCHII1KEB HKMEK JEWELER IX Lve ll villi Watclir UIiaK Jewelry Silver and Lie rr M ii uorxi sTssSwl Wfrtft Stieeial attention given to Johnson Miiiir iiinij I PHTTIHa DIAMONDS sloN FS all N si- LrxtngtiMi i - AND OTHER PltELIOUH REPAIRING l aliiiUi T Nn x Promptly done Med in maiiin r No a workmanlike tlli tlinai X 7 TV a m Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Stgr an I ti still ilepol Istwi en Jullli Inly Ki TO I -- s Dont lorget Hie place lo the Poft otlhe IvKliilotid 30- - twl Ulfll ll next door Xi- ter fi pntnl Ky I M It iKT y K11 s - r - agent of the oninuii W L Ml 9 s V II K ViHtsKi v a i Xite Patriotic Sons of America Tho most important change in tho constitution of tho Order of Patriotic Sons of America in session in Boston was the insertion of tho word waits making only whito native born citizens Tho basis of eligible for membership representation was also changed A now ritual was adoped tho principal changes being in tho arrangement of A new military dogreo tho degrees was added in which members will wear the regulation uniform of tho U S Army and carry rifles Frank CWWABB was struck by a train the othor night at Milldale on the Ken- Â¬ Â¬ AX D SURGEON - Kentucky HAS EVER HAD town Office Ztk Y Main Street Burnam - A 18iKiiault Hull line up stair tucky Contral railroad and was seriously Injured His arm was crushed and it Is feared that ho will die from the result of internal injuries Ho was taken to tho hospital at Covington for treatÂ¬ ment R J M BLACK AXD SURGEON P2SCAX 25- WCGormleyCo J A G WUIEKi School for Girls Miss BESSIS BARBOUR will lake a claiming to - RfnHorsB Kv HAS BOOKKB I WILLIAMSON ETElitXAItr SURGEON Dentistry and Sterility specially Next doorln CM M AX office Ky CITY KNOINKKK GRADL ATE ONT VET COLLEGE Xeterlnary OFFICE Civil Engineer and Surveyor I1iiiIiiii ItuilUluc ivielniioiid Ill - Turn Surveys made fr Hallway pike ItoailwajH ExtiniuieN siveii Ac Iiil nfl Farm drainage Town ll GENERAL LAND BURVEY8 to lopogrHphical For Sale or Hent I ilesire to sell or rent lartfe two Htnrv 1 Idnesr trcel SjHHial sliu iiei en k smhI corner lot in Kllw loii Ky knon an Hie HKn H H IOLYKU lv STORE HOUSE Cotrespoinl farms and oilier lands eiire wilieited with parties interested For instruction in English Latin Terms and rivntfly lie in surveys of lands in mountain coun- French and German ties of Kentucky other particulars will be made SjOTOfnce City Hall Richmond Kv known in person or by circular 9- Â¬ attention given mips and plats if Class of Twenty Girls irer MISS CARRIE BARBOUR L JESSE COBB wAWm City Lots fbrSale fully located on liiKh itiK I have a few lots on Finn Street ready for sale These lots are beauti lid Â¬ ground and are considered by ev- Â¬ ery IkmIv as being the IsM located ol any In the city for residence Persons who wish to build nice houses will do well to exniitie these lots I This Fine Saddle Stallion witll make the will only place a few on the market at season of iSgo at the Fair Grounds present I have a plot of the ground Richmond Ky at ut Dr Poy 11 izs office eiitly rnll returned from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music will take pupiis in vocal and in strumental music at her room in dot ot 1 the new school building in the Stricken Wth Paralysis ot the First Presbyterian Friday afternoon Justice Samuel F rear Miller of tho Supremo Court of tho Church United States was stricken with paralySchool will open on Monday sis and is in a serious condition though 9- September 8th ho is resting comfortably and his mind iiavinR Â¬ Yovxo man named George Scott bo assistant auditor of the Louisville Nashville railroad in Ixjuisville has victimized tho Deposit 15 Ho deposit Bank at Walton of ed a check for 8125 with tho bank and subsequently had another one for 115 cashed Both wore bogus Tiik Gallatin Democrat notices that according to tho census few if any of the river towns along tho Ohio have in Â¬ creased in population unless they wcro also reached by railroad Somo of them show a decrease Two pouches filled with registered mail matter wore stolen from one of tho post office wagons at Louisville at threo Jcloek the other morning Tho pouches wero in the wagon whon it left the post offlco but were missing when it reached They wero subsequently tho depot found in a lo ripped open and tho condone Tho mail was a very largo at 1 doubtless very valuable ono as it contained registered matter from all over the South It was destined for Cin cinnati and tho East There is nocluo to the thieves The doors of the wagon kicked when it lelt tho office iioy were open whon it reached tho A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x10 to to foot alley Orchitrd Street rew QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE rooms lot 32x150 to to foot alley Hallie Irvine and Orange S1 is clear At 1 oclock Saturday morning it was stated at Justice Millers houso that he was renting quietly and thathia family thought he was a little bettor Victims Gathered by Eucknfuls Seven bucketfuls of the ghastly rem Â¬ nants of the bodies of six men still missing at tho powder mills explosion Del near Wilmington have been picked up A part of a face and head supposed to be Dolans was found Four ribs were found twenty feet up a tree and other portions on tho other side of the Brandywino It is now stated that a teamster named Georgo Lutton who with a team of four horses AFTER EXPRESS COMPANIES was seen about tho powder yard just They Must Not Art a Amenta of tho previous to tho explosion has not been Louisiana Lottery seen since neither have tho horses Rough on tho Madame Attorney General Hunt Springfield 111 has received from Assistant Attor- Â¬ Madame Bonnet in whoso possession Burned to Death With Turpsntlne was found plans of tho defenses of Nan Â¬ ney General Vance of Louisiana a let- Â¬ MUs Elnora Fleener a young lady ter stating that the Louisiana lottery cy France and who when placed under arrest confessed that she was in tho living with her mother southwost of Company being forbidden the use of tho employ of tho Herman Government has Nowton 111 was burned to death whilo mails advertises that it will use ex- Â¬ been convicted of being a German spy alone Sho was pouring turpentine on press companies as a medium of corre She was sentenced to five years impris- Â¬ some clothes near the stove Tho botr sponce for transmitting money and tick- Â¬ tie broke and instantly her clothing ets that circulars announcing the re- Â¬ onment and to pay a fine of 5000 francs Upon tho expiration of her term of im caught fire Sho ran from tho house a sult of drawings may be had from ex Â¬ Hor press agents prisonment she will bo exilod from distance of scvonty flvo yards through whom tick Â¬ cries attracted a nutting party who ets Franco for ton years are In procured short camo just In timo for hor to tell how It express companies aro made agents happened and to seo her dlo Enforcing the Lottery Law of tho lottery and asks if this can be prevented and punished under the crim- Â¬ Tho Northern edition of tho Atlanta A Babys Eaormous Bead inal code of Illinois Attorney General Constitution containing lottery adver- Â¬ Elijah Schiborough who lives near Hunt in his reply says if an express tisements was seizod and is held by tho postal authorities Tho company is re Â¬ the little village of Powers Jay Coun- Â¬ company undertakes through its agents ty Ind is the father of a remarkable to act as the agent of the lottery it will vising the edition to conform to law looking child It is three years old and violate the provisions of the Stato stat- Â¬ measures three feet and two Inches utes and will be liable to the ponalty New Yorks Police Census Tho Polico Census Enumerators have around tho head In other ways the imposed Ho further adds should any turned in 809 of tho election district re-Â¬ child is rather small and is well formed case of violation come to his notice ho turns for New York City and tho figures It is reasonably intelligent but its body will call the attention of the prosecuting stand 1570231 There aro 48 districts and neck not being strong enough to attorney in the county In which It oc-Â¬ support tho weight of its head it can curs to It and do all he can to aid in still to hoar from not walk nor stand suppressing the lottery business The Pennsylvania Ship Canal Strange Actions A Bprague Commits Suicide Tho surveys of the Pennsylvania ship The worshiping congregation of tho At Seattle Wash Wm Sprague Jr canal aro practically finished and tho Church of the Holy Cross Now York grandson of Salmon P Chase and only commission appointed by tho Legisla Â¬ City was disturbed Sunday morning by son of ex Governor Sprague of Rhodo ture will ask the State to complete tho a barefooted man who marched demon Â¬ Island committed suicide by inhaling favors a stratively down the center aisle smok Â¬ chloroform Tho commission canal Deceased arrived there route along the Beaver river to Lake ing a cigar Ho was ejected from Chicago and secured employment Eria with the Seattle Journal Despondency m Sequel to a Strange Disappearance prompted the suicide of Tratn Robbers Haul Estimates Maggie Twomoy who disappeared Attempted Assassination Information Thursday night is to tho from her home at Logansport Ind An attempt was made Monday night effect that the loss by the recent express eleven years ago at tho ago of sixteen O will has returned a raving maniac She can to assassinate ox Congressman C li robbery near Bollefontaine Tbo companys off- Â¬ givo no account of herself or of her wan- Â¬ Breckinridge at Center Ridgo Ark amount to 850000 icials are still reticent regarding tho derings Want Part of Chicago matter Will Not Fire a Salute Descendants of the Pottawatomie In- Â¬ Tho Governor of Virginia refuses to dians want 8400000 from the Govern Â¬ The Birmingham Tragedy E T Martin who was shot by Mrs allow the State Artillery to firo a salute ment for what was a part of their reser- Â¬ on the occasion this week of the anni- Â¬ vation now the very heart of Chicago Claronco D Martin at Birmingham Ala is dying A surgical examination versary of the Emancipation of tho col- Â¬ Cook County 111 3howod that his kidnoys had been per- Â¬ ored people of the Nation A Corrected Lst forated by tho bullots Tho woman in- Â¬ A corrected list of the casualties by Postm stress Sict and Silled sists that he had boon tbo cause of hor Mrs Elizabeth Sanders postmistress of tho Dupont powder separation froii her husband but it is at Toledo Pa was attacked by masked the explosion mills Wilmington Del glvos eleven supposed sho is crazy ruffians for purposes of robbery and in killed and twenty Injured tho struggle that ensued was shot and The Shock Felt at Philadelphia Wages Advanced The shock of tho powder explosion at killed Tho wages of tho New York Central Del Wilmington Tuesday afternoon n j Wouldnt Say Please railroad engineers havo been advanced was plainly felt in many sections of Andrew Smith was murdered by John twenty flvo per cent Philadelphia Tho shock was also felt Turner at Idlewild near Cincinnati bo at Millville N J Chester Pa and nsass he wouldnt say please when ho Til Result of a Quarrel other points thirty to thirty five milos asked that some artlclo of food be hand Â¬ As tho result of a quarrel over throe distant dollars W L Thompson stabbed and ed him at tho supper table killed Will Masse y at Prod ton Tex West Virginias Popnlatton Prisoners Bscaps Tho official figures of We3t Virginias Mayor Grant Renominated On Saturday fivo prisoners escaped population aro 760448 an incroaso of Tammany Hall Friday niirht renoml- from jail at Columbus O three In New Â¬ 141901 in ton years 1 tor mayor of New ark Ot and ono in Mt Vornon It nito Hugh J Grant York Faint Comet Discovers wan not a col day eithor A faint comet has been discovered by Prof Barnard at Lick Observatory CaL Â¬ j m m m m V 1 o n fa 1 3- - - - at 3 c m m PftTTTTfJW warranted and ball 11111 and prl e loaali eery atr stamped MttaaB kan his nnaac W I -- aaea air x r- - - 2 n -i G y R S W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN pr WKtvq aiwl wcnrtn r r ftoTH tiuri meatsof tta tbowwads of on SeOO rninc Ham- - 1 O ttii h iln s Shiw rami t Fine CssM and Lared ateraroof liraln Mill tr of ii th l Mh rLtdvrt- n a J en A n nt tMOQ F llanil--fv- rJ sf a 1 J t S3SO S3SC uniiuall Gea P11 f - Uel - t i h Pnr viilf Inrarii ti taDivn1 drv ilnfrlalTj Mteptctl -- S -r V hnv licasi moat favorably rreelv T SMB U1ami ta recent taapawwamta a ni t Haass 1 raanoc aapoly yoa ssatS yoaa- Dealer an1 If hr Ask direct to faetorr rarloats advcitkad prtoa or postal fur erdcr blank W L UOl tiLAS llracklaa Maaa 3P2SHOESloe3 Ail rnsntSe in Ccmisjti ta and Lao Sold by Jock Freerrjan 1 AUTEH WELL KB LAIIlt 1 CHICKEN C T WELLS CO Cholera Cure The Onl v Coal Yard iu Town Only a tjtiare from the ourt hanns You dont have to send away out la the depot -- Col Ddiwreito uvr Twl Soft Coal and Anthracite Nat and Lump Coal Now open at Myers old lumberyard of dollars worth of next to isVcond Prenhyierian church Jtiiekeit delivery in town Lowest chickens die every year from Chol- prices Try u era It is more fatal to chickens than CO C T 7TSLLS 29-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 botde is enough for It is guarone hundred chickens TO anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded All persons indebted to G W Thousands Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE Debtors and Creditors 15 10 INSURE 1 COLT T S BRONSTON BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY hands high JESSE COBB is 15 it color 4 years old weighs close to ninds fine action and is a model saddle horse is by Mark Diamond isi dam by Tuttte horse he by Eetrll Eric d 3el site of dam of Georgette 119 Vara 238 Second dam Lucy by Young Dary Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip 41I1 dam by Traveller All care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsi ble should any occur Lien reserved on the colt for the service fee 40- - Â¬ CllAKLES E COIA EK CO TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new The Madison County Htble Society has Brooks in 6 rooms each Hiildale Avenue elegant at the drill store of Stockton Richmond a large number of Bibles and lots all well finished er them at extremely Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS seperate or as a whole on low prices to those who are able to buy ret t and propose to rie them away to all who THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS are not able to buy Ministers through out the county are requested to see that on Walnut Street Powells addition the poor of their respective vicinities are OQX160 feet eacii supfi H For prices onE any of the above W WIGGINS inquire cf MRS W L CRUTCHER President Mad Nat Bank 4o I Â¬ And How Brooklyn Will Recount Tom Woolfolk to Bang Haydon Polico Commissioner of At Perry Ga Thos O Woolfolkwho Brooklyn N Y will order a recount of the population as he belioves that tho murdered nine mombers of his family federal enumerators have missed several in 1S80 was Tuesday sentenced to bo thousands of people The health de Â¬ banged on the 29thof October in public partment estimates tbo population at Crushed In a Sew 0 and tho census showed it to bo At Parkorsburg W Va Jessie Bum 804000 gardner employed on a sewer was kill- Â¬ ed by the caving in of the sewer Ho Sngnlar Mode of Suicide Edward Caton a cigar maker twenty was crushed under ten feet of earth five years of age committed suicide at Mother and Sou Murdered Washington Friday evening in the rear At Aulander N C Wm Atkins a of the White Houso He squoeied his prominent iwer and his aged head in otween the iron railings of tho were hat surrounds tho grounds and mother to the murdered by a cejro who set fire 1 li of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 miEsz 5C22S2g STOCKTON BROOKS Important Notice Debts d the ferviot in - are notified to call promptly an same All persons having claims again said Willis will pease pro en same to oae propci I4 1S ViKfp AThv Tn- - a ASSQJUTEI WTVS PURE pnid to Owen KeKee farmed in 1S89 by McKoe having colts living at will le paid for by owner of the colts 44- Irnynor for res he a a re South Dqwh3 for Sals SssstMnan 6- - 0 - THE CLIMAX I TIPTON eveby - - Editor iIbujhh Wm G wmxnaiv bt S The dlimax Printing Warm Chas Co Powell comruuwion v the two houses of Congress in joint convention in each and all these cases clearness of statement and psflMS of reasoning have marked Judge Miller ae eminently qualified for the place to which he was called by President Lincoln Â¬ Â¬ TUE KREITZEK SONATA CASE al PRICE Vcdncsicr Democratic Ticket The absurd order of Port Master-Generexcluding Wanamakcr Tolstois from the mails be Krcmzi f cause its references to marriage and celi- neniei tne ueiiesue stomacli ol the r of campaign funds nodouht su- jaeated to another innocent lamh the idea lading Longfellow s poem ltie JAXEB li MiCkEARY liuilding of the Shi from the Brooklyn n slay November 4th schools beenSBB it describes the shi as a bride gliding into the arms of old - adascntiag Hustler off n Judge Raaasfl ML Thayer sii to be the most scholarly as well as the H udgc on the Pliilalelphia beach itiy has do sympathy with such ninis icd in jirudcry as this and in rendering a decis ion in the case of some peddlers who were arrested at the instance of the rc Uv and Order Society for sidling the i lisville book took occasion to express his views an aide aud good uiau with considerable emphasis lie held and bad n is not an Kreutzcr Sonata that the rk although it may contain oung newspajiers in vrrv alsiirl and fooli h ideas about mar- Desa- Greensboro N Tic rk he added may Im C lijton a tensive to our opinions and convictions Moottpniery county Kentucky just as are many others which are daily inKiublican sold in our bnonasnrai without objection in the Seventh or ebaDeaan from aajlnnlj but it cannot lmrn at rah justlv be said to le obaoene in character ontTi forty fanr nsam or language or in any degree calculated fa corrupt practices or to encourage deprav Â¬ m ity in any form In conclusion be said a nom- - M The court was reminded apoa the arrict is gument that the Czar of Ilussia and the stature poetoflicc oflicials of the United States Etstill and Lee counties and lives at ondmned this book as an unlawof the ful publication that the former has pro Â¬ Cockrell hibited its sale within his dominions and taken a divided the latter has forbidden its transmission ns that have BMM through the mails Without disparaging resent in any degree the respect due to these inrunj the eation into high otti ials within their napalm semoii irrundi by the spheres I can only say that neither of he has leen them baa ever been recognJaed in this country a- - a binding authority in ques- f either law or literature Mr Wanamakers stronghold is as a fryer alian ballot in covinutuy of fat Even- man to his trade Bulti- - PER YEAR fl50 - - October 15 1890 i- Â¬ i fluenccs of the corrupt ionists and the baaam And there is another suggestion which we would like to make to those who are engaged in the practical work of reform whether the civil service re- Â¬ formers or tariff reformers and that is this that they should not only recog- Â¬ nize the entire consistency and harmo- Â¬ ny which should govern their labors in each direction but the desirability if practicable of greater unity of effort and organization The only reform party in this country at the present moment is tin- Democratic party We do ant say that there are no Kcpublicans wc trust that there are manv thousands of them to le found in every State of the Union who are in sympathy with the cause But the na Â¬ and principle of reform tional Republican organization as such through the action of its leaden and rep- attves in the recent Ooi and through the platforms of its party conventions in the different States apÂ¬ plauding the administration of Harrison and the work of Peed McKinley and stands as the avowed uneasy and opponent of all reform There are Republicans doubtless who are sincere ballot reformers and civil service reformershut a ballot reformer who advocate the Lodge Davenport force bill or tariff reformer who a proves of the in- Â¬ iquities and monstrosities of the McKinley tariff bill is a contradiction in terms a paradox ia Beah and blood that aary v be found but can not 1h- ex plained on any logical or rational by potbi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - ington the Ith says AustraII - THE TllUtE 1 PARALLEL REFORMS the it Â¬ There as ie nunc discuss as we think in certain quar I ters as to the relative baaortanceor precedence aaoae may say of the great reforms ujmiii the accomplish rhich the tatare prosperity of fffPNB Tn A Fill Oil NT lintry and the success and integrity of its institutions depend The three indisjiensable reforms are ballot reform ostitn- rvio- reform and tariff reform At tin meeting of the National Civil Service Reform League in i at they view was advanced by some of the a fair the rs that the accomplishment of civil sen ice reform moat necessarily and with un- e that of any and every other legislative reform apoa the apparently that it i TME SPEAKER IXKEU RETIEW expect either the enactment or the en forcement of good laws for theprotec- Tonr I the ballot or the reduction of paper has until the civil service of t eminent which ia to supply the admin istration and to furnish the officers who enforce the laws ia itself placed With eqaal more apoa a w formed nana plausibility however might the exclui his doings if there le such of bal- Â¬ the adop- - sive a I the dicta- - lot reform ask When and how are you to pet the legislation without forced i help to the which neither the civil service nor the tariff can In- - t until you have imt purified the ballot box and made 11 KM OK mom HEMnOKAT r fair elections so that men can Ik- sent to the Legislature who will t the lit the people and not the mere politicians the and the lobby friend here the tariff reformer in turn if in- Â¬ ienio- - clined to pursue the same line or argu ment might pertinently sak flow do mpliah ekherelecto-iithcrn policy rm or civil service reform ao long Postmss as the power of federal taxation is pros Msited tiPacilic tituted and abused lor the mere purpose tne lb publicans of of maintaining patty Bacaadaacy and of him a banquet to creating a gigantic corruption fund which he Moi invited but be through the contributions of protected count of Clark manufacturers and tariff lords to Ik- - Deed treatment of the S ut hern K o ilc to debaach the people and theomoere xpecially his war on Southern wom of the government alike iall country ptstomees en h It is quite natural that individuals ac- that if be w cording to the bent of their minds r Gen lx e for should take a more active and personal interest in the progress and work of reÂ¬ form in one direction than in another THE SOITUEKN CLUED VOTE In particular ciscs this individual pref erence or bent may even amount to a The Democratic nominee for Govacnar hobby fortunatelv not only an inno Â¬ am Tessa in replying to a letter from a cent but a very useful and praiseworthy r expressing the lent colon hobby Bat we see no advantage in at intention to vote for him wrote I am tempting to discriminate betweea the many friends among your usefulness of the Bane reforms we have confidence in me as an of- mentioned and no necessity for subor and will vote for me reganii dinating the work in favor of one to As an intelligent ations their leader of your ieojle your expressions that which is ln ing carried on in iiehall of another In fact the three reforms are valuable as indicating their indepen-allied in principle and so kindred proportion to in nature that it is difficult to conceive nee they attain I of a man being heartily and intelligently urx- iii the future will con- in favor of one reform and not in sym onfiilenccand frietxl- pathv with the others also There is BO ntgonury Advert possible conflict or antagonism batarean l Kapondence ferring to this says them at any point Civil service reform red people is applicable to the management of nab itb berooM they will tional and local affairs to municipal it they have ansa in a s lepnUican party administration State administration and albombu federal administration alike Tariff rebEATH OK A IMSTlMd ISIIED KOUMEK form deals with a question of national politics and federal taxation exclusively ITIZhV Uf KltMIUMJ Why should not the agitation and the - oate Jnatice of work in favor of each go on hand in Samuel F XI hand at the same time and with equal urt of the United b W y yesterday of fervor both moreover have their paialjsm after a short ilhwaa He was a origin and find their support in the same of Mrs M principle The Banana and intelligent i vTaana ate of civil service reform is sm Mrs W p tigham Ban 74 vaai the deadly effect upon from Transylvania Iniversity public and private morality alike of the and was admittel to the Iolitical corruption engendered by the He left Kentucky forty years spoils system and by the infamous bar at iving practiced medicine in Est ill notion that public office is a privaie Was jierquisite or as some one has more mty iv and law in reme Beach in 1802 tersely put it a private steal appointed aud that la and save Justice all places under the government Mr Lincolns ap- - the the lowest are to be dis BJafauii is eminent tributed and farmed out as rewards for pointewi career on the liencb one who knew him political services and held by the tenure of party fealty The same man jurisdiction in ought to be equally swift to recognize nana from which o to a State tl right to imposes taxes n Bat in excess of the legitimate necessities and raqnire- anpoar a tax upon paasengi odiating the liability its tarritoT rnment for the pur- enrichiug j a tide par- - mane tracts in the Land- pobata as asanass a hue the law stmim d theau- Man under olitical in turn will yield aa abundant qniet a repeater Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ i I Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that ie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i Con gress to regulate raiload tranjortaiions when it extents to more than one in baj If an i i civil fat office holder a to corrupt the panels aaweiL And ao the civil nervice r of a State or as in the and tl former alike can Kiloourn and Thompson ona vfaaanaV to apj cssity if than n the usurping au- - be any stop put to corruption in Jegislation in the dminir Qaaaaianon thai prre the Eaaaaaaej the government or in the making io Mr Hayes aaearing the adoption of m no evidence would adared except that submitted t beyond tbc reach and conUuiunating in- 1 will establish a school of their own at Moorhead City The foundation of the first of the buildings was laid last week In Fayette county fat cattle 4 j cents It and it will sjieedily be completed Wheat in Garrard county 8o 00 cents will accommodate 300 pupils and other In Mercer county 4o mule colts sold at buildings will be erected The object is 157 to furnish tuition and board at actual county 112 6lop cattle sold cost The superintendent will buy food In Anderson at wholesale and each pupil will pay his at 25J 3 cents All a mistake about Kahn the cattle exact proportion of the cost It is calcu lated that this will not exceed 5 per man being dead month It is proposed to divide the sal Â¬ In Lincoln county 33 mule colts were aries of the teachers among the scholars bought from various parties at an average in the same way Agents are now at of 470 work among the Alliane in various sec- Â¬ A Climax subscriber in Madison county tions of the State purposes writing an article on how to The Farmers Alliance is being used raise tobacco without worming succoring by the republican leaders in manv sec or topping tions of the country and every farmer There is on exhibition at the store of should hesitate before allowing himself T S Ellis at Silver Creek 17 earsof corn to be cajoled by the party opposed to him tint weigh 25 miuih1s 47 ears make a and all his interests The Republican bushel It was raised by Willis Merritt party has committed almost ever- - politiAt C C Chrismans sale last Wednes cal crime in the calendar during the past day pair work males BX 12 yearling thirty years and among its few good mules 7950 30 750 lb yearling steers deeds we cannot recall a single instance S350 40 fat butcher cattle 1000 lbs in which it has acted forthe benefit of the man who tills the soil The McKinley J H Graves of Chilesburgh sold to bill is the latest outrage npon the toilers Goldsmith 215 bead of fat cattle at 4J cts who are already in a deplorable condition A low sale but lie cleaned up the farm and the fanner who votes the Pepublican says one of his neighbors after digesting this iniquitous Lexington Ga- - ticket Zi measure is either very foolish or very The Danville Advocate commenting on much afraid of the party lash Lexington the killing of Mr II A Ooryeraabeep by Transcript dogs remarks that a tax on such WOrth- The Nashville Packing Company has rs might put a few of them out of applied for a charter at Nashville Tenn The immediate outlay will be 1000000 the way W L Caldwell Jr is at Memphis and when the plant is in running order Tenn this week with 8 head of jack stii k will employ between 800 and 1000 men acres and up to Saturday had taken the blue The location selected consists of RILL OF RIGHTS It tie in every ring entered Beyle countys of the western extremity of Nashville is estimab d that at first 300000 hogs and jack stock is hard to lxat Advocate will be slaughtered and this Keoited to the Constitutional Con Â¬ Auctioneer Bush lepmti sale of Mrs 50000 cattle is will be increased as the vention Sue Doty Thursday hotishold goods sold amount it said supply increases till the full capacity of We the eople of the Commonwealth well mare 116 J bay horse 000000 hogs 75000 cattle and 75000 of Kentucky grateful to Almighty God H18 bay mare 186 boose sheep is reached Cold air basements for the civil political and religious liber- Â¬ IBS milch cows S21 to SCO old corn will lie built in connection with the packing-ty w Inch we all enjoy in order to incase fffjfS new corn 2 house to chill the air so that the to ourselves and to succeeding generaIn the Georgia State election Wednes slaughtering may be be done in warm as tions the continuation of these hlaaahnm day the Farmers Alliance swept every Â¬ as well as in cold weather The concern do ordain and establish this constitu- Â¬ thing before it Of the 175 members of will be the largest south of the Ohio and tion the lower house of the Legislature the east of the Mississippi riversand is backed ARTICIK FIRST BILL OK RKillTS Alliance has 150 of forty four Senators by W H Silliorhorn who is at present at That the great and essential principles the Alliance claims twenty eight the head of three tsars Western packing- Â¬ of liln rty and free government may be K W Lee has bought of Granville houses and Mr A S Garretson a South izod and established we declare Cecil of this county 17 head of fancy ern city capitalist All men are by nature free Section - for the Christmas market The The meeting of the tobacco growers of and equal and have certain inherent price paid was 475 per hundred This Mercer county Monday to take steps in and inalienable rights among which nas peligreed Shorthorn stock of fully opposition to the tobacco warehouse trust may be reckoned 1 The right of en Â¬ 2000 pounds average DaaniBi daaseste indicates a spirit of resistance that i6 com- Â¬ joying and defending their lives and lib- Â¬ A statement comes from Montgomery mendable Its something new for the Al-Â¬ erties 2 The right of worshiping Ala that the Farmers Alliance Ex Â¬ farmers to raise their voices against or- Â¬ mighty God according to the dictates of change malinger has the money to ad Â¬ The right of vance SJ5 per bale on 500000 bales of cot- ganizations they tore heretofore stood their own consciences seeking and pursuing their safety and ton Everybody outside of the Alliance everything so easily and so trustfully but in this meeting they talked right out and 4 The right of freely com- Â¬ happiness is wondering where the money is coming proposed to unite with cithers in frustratmunicating their thoughts and opinfrom ing the designs of men who have no care ions The right of acquiring and Good cooking apples are offered in the for their interests But these questions protecting property Lancaster market this week at fifty cents arise will they act will the meeting at So man shal 11 ie compelled to per bushel AW are told everv day that Lexmjrton do anything more than to pass attend erect or support any place of the crop is an absolute failure and that resolutions if not then all that is said wursliip or maintain any ministry there are no apples in the country but will be of no avail Those in the ware Â¬ against his eon luinian authori somehow they manage to come in Lan house trust are never heard to speak ty ought iu any case whatever to control cii si r 11 iijrd They use their money and work for their or interfere with the rights of conscience The meeting at Lexington Our farmers of this county are throagb organization and no preference shall ever Ik given by cutting and housing their tobacco The should determine uimii a plan of resis Â¬ law to any religious denomina- tance that will not only break up the past weekhas been favorable or the work of worship Put the and this enabled them to gather the crop trust but will place the whole warehouse liberty of conscience hereby secured in very fair condition In amount the business in the hands of the producers shall not 1r- - construed to dispense with crop ia probably about 75 jer cent Mt so that they can select their own mana of affirmations oaths excuse acts of gers and if any money is made in the Sterling mocraL licentiousness or justify practices incon Auctioneer Push reports sale of R H business let it be prorated among those sistent with the good order peace Or Good who by the sweat of the brow have safety of the State or opposed to the Elkin College Hill Satunlav earned it No third party is necessary 1 horse d 1 home cnw 1 116 101 civil authority thereof bone 70 weanling colts 5 yearling between the producer and the manufacSec K In pnsecuting for the publi Â¬ colts 45 1 mule 69 10 yearling heif turer Bin rnafsfniiy Soytnm cation of papers investigating the offi 10 4 yearling steers 60 stock A jiearl diver is making big money on cial conduct oi officers or persons in pub hogs Sj cents 10 sheep Sti45 apiece the Licking river He found a verv wherc the matter pub The promise of winter fruit in Ken fanae near near Falmouth that he sold lished is proper for public information Jersey and Pennsylvania is said to be the to Dahme the Cincinnati jeweler for Â¬ the truth thereof may be given in evi dence and in all indictments or trials worst ever known There is hardly any 1482 Fifty small ones wexe found in for libel the jurv shall have a right both crop in the great apple belt of Western one week Ctjntliirn ral weeks airo a river man from in civil and criminal cases to determine New York that in good seasons sends to the facts under the direction of the market more than 1000000 barrels The Franklin county offered for sale at the weather has produced rot and mildew in jewelry stores in this city s number of court at to the law as in other and it shall be a sufficient deicii c in cases where insects sad disease did not pieces which he had found in the Ken tucky river near Frankfort Some of any case that the matter published was blight the lruit buds A Missouri farmer purchased a piece of thi--true and was published with gixnl in- Â¬ ie nearly as large as a buckshot tent land thirteen years ago and devoted the but must of them were about the size of 10 In prosecutions by indict btrger part to fruit culture This year he bird shot lurin Nam ments or information to have a speedy sold Li- - apple crop of eighteen sen There is more catarrh in this section of public trial In the county wherein the the trees for 12000 cash and has refused the country than all other diseases put alleged offense was committed by an S4500 for eight acres of pears The price together and untii the last few years was impartial jury thereof on which trial be be received for his apple crop was more supposed to be incurable For a great hall not be compelled to testify against than the original cost of the land Fruit many years doctors prononnced it a local himsclt nor shall be be deprived of his of all kinds was a paying crop this year disease and prescribed local remedies and life liberty or property except by the The city editor of the Advocate was by constantly failing to cure with local judgment of his peers or by the law of presented with a well matured lig grown Scitreatment pronounced it incurable the land provided that in cases of tria in this city by Mrs Jona P Nichols ence has proven catarrh to be a constitu- Â¬ by jury the General Assembly may au There were fourteen on the tree this year tional disease and therefore requires constithorize the court to cause a jury to be In size flavor or color we could notice tutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure summoned and impanneled to try the little or no difference between it and the manufactured by F J Cheney Co case from any adjacent county or coun California or Louisiana fig Of course Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional ties or from other counties conveniently the tree is tender and in the cold weath cure on the market It is taken internally near the place of trial whenever the er must be carefully housed Damillc in doses from io drops to a teaspoonful court may be satisfied that a fair and iti It acts directly upon the blood and muimpartial trial is had and make an or- Â¬ Mr J W Latham of Saline county cous surfaces of the system They offer der to that effect provided further the Mo won the prize of S25 offered by the one hundred dollars for any case it fails to General Assembly may provide by law Audrain County Fair Association for the cure Send for circulars and testimonials for a change of venue in favor of the de Â¬ best bushel of wheat grown in Missouri Address fendant in such prosecutions F J Cheney Co Toledo O this year There were 80 contestants Sec 11 No person for an indictable The premium wheat was of the Fulcastea 16 20 Sold by Druggists 7c offense shall be proceeded against crimi- variety and wits grown on corn land near nally by information except in such Marshal It averaged SO bushels to the V cases as do not amount to felony sere and 66 pounds to the bushel Mr 12 Xo person shall for the same Litham was formerly of this county offense be twice put in jeopardy of life or V - Kattnrkian Citi n limb nor shall any mans property be Bore a hole 1 inch in diameter 18 take or applied to public use without inches deep into the center of stump the consent of himself or his representand put in 1 ounce of saltpeter filling up Ebbt atives and without just compensation with water and plugging up the hole being previously made to him in money This should be done in the fail Ia the or paid into court subject to the order of spring the plug is to be taken out a half the owner thereof and no siecia tax a gDl of kerosene poured into the hole against the owner of such ptupulj shall and set on fire It will burn out the be levied or collected to reimburse the stump to the fartherest root Or if pre- Â¬ payment for the property so taken nor ferred fill the hole with vitriol and plug shall any person be deprived of his prop it up next Spring it will lie so rotten arty without due process of law that it can be easily removed Sec is Ho ex poet facto law nor any The harbor at Oswego New York is law impairing The obligation of con- full of barley laden vessels from Canada Both the method and results nor a law making bieveeabte grant of apeekd privileges franchises or about 300000 bushels being afloat The Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleaann immunities shall be passed by the ien total importation of barley at Oswego for and refreshing to the taste and acta the past X days has been 1800000 bush gently yet promptly on the Kidney eral Assembly Liver and Bowels dec uses the sysSandey night 27000 in duties 8 Slavery and involuutarv collected at the custom house Every tem effectually dispels calds head servitude in this state are forbidden ex available craft was pressed into service aches and fevers and cures babitiH M a punishment for crime w hereof i constipation Syrup of the party shall have been dulv convict Â¬ to get the grain there on time The last only remedy of its kind ever pc - U leave Canada were instructed ed duced pleasing to the tasie and re No armed person or bodies of to return with their cargoes if they could ceptnble to the stomach prompt I not make Oswego by midnight men shall be brought into this State for its action and truly bereficial in its Recent developments indicate that the effects the preservation of the peace or tl prepared only from the stealing of cattle on the Cherokee strip healthy n of domestic violence except upand agra able sulistances it south of Arkansaw City Kansas has been many excailaal unities cotnnend i on the application of the General a bly or of the Governor when the Assem Â¬ carried on in a wholesale manner for the to all and have made it the past six or eight months It is believed popular remedy known bly may not be in session fUV Sec M Lotteries and gift enterprises that the cattle thieves are regularly or- Â¬ f yrup ot Figs is are forbidden and no privileges shall le ganized and that they have been supply- Â¬ ana fei footties by pHi granted for such purposes and none ing the markets of Guthrie Arkansas gir ts druggist v n Any shall be exercised ami no schemes for City Caldwell Kiowa and the small may not have it on hand wi ov similar purjKjs allowed The towns of Oklahoma with stolen cattle to a cure it promptly for wisliss to try it Do not accept im xtent for some months Th Genual Aenanbty shall enforce this sec- Â¬ substitute tion by pr ualties All lottery tie men have detectives at work privileges or charters heretofore granted CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO At the sale of the late Joshua B Fileds SAX ftAMOItCO CAt are Rvokl in this county there was a fine attendance YWy LOUISVILLE XV 27 No perjietniti gliall and everything sold well The farm of be allowed except for charitable pnr- - good bhugrass land consisting of 2C2 and the General Assembly shall ought by Smith Gentry and pass all proper laws in regard to the same ley Evans at 96 per acre Com in the field sold at 145 per shock and The city of Lexington has decided to old corn sold at 250 per barrel in crib abandon li a partner ilam and pave Old mules brought from 50 to 85 hogs undersigned have THE to sell all kinds offormed and Lum- ith hard burned brick When Coal Bta ier lb to 7 per head sows and this is done Lexington will be the hand Â¬ IB per head milch cows 30 to ber at the lowest market price and re somest city in the West A contract was 45 7 head of feeders brought 45 per spectfully request a liberal patronage from the public The yards are located on firm at vearlings 16 to 20 and household Orchard Street and also on Third Street The brick will be and kitchen furniture also brought good re we will build a warehouse upon the completion of the new railroad to this a Pobbins Tejin Middieslwwyh prices Danville Advocate place T S BRONSTON Democrat The S M M HARDER Alliance I CONCERNING FARMERS F INECLOTH ING You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest stvles and best goods and I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES all sizes qualities and prices I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices of VOLl f-r aa c n I SHE Â¬ Â¬ TJ AA4 CtilU QViriOG rOllUCO ijUUto Winter is coming and nothing is more nece sary than a good pair of Boots or Shoes have a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES Try rr m c rvi JV 111 TTqI Hats Xldbb TTSivttoVit X1 Ul mblllllg rrrkrkffla VJUUU chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders whist1 gfcii Trno ism Trwo1 Shirts from the cheapest up Collars and Cuft in abundance Neckwear Handker heavy plain fancy cotton woolen rtortooO Tic Â¬ TTnrlAvnTnciv u nciei wedi 80- - siik Etc Etc Light medium J treU knfn IiUrelriste l yin - WA 3 0WELL3 Corner IDbXoIBLe J isssirss t MaaaM ana Â¬ Â¬ A GRAND FEAST OF BARGAINS em -- m- - what mm JIL TV n a 1 Having determined to change our business January 1st How S Â¬ Everything io Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost I Â¬ Â¬ EVERY ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN Â¬ i flThe Stock Consists Fall and Winter Dress Goods derwear Hosiery Etc August 27th 1890 Â¬ of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Un This stock is also for sale as a whole Â¬ Crooke Bennett Urmston Â¬ Â¬ DO YOU KNOW THAT t i i Â¬ W C HAVE FITZPATRIGK GO SCIOOUSIIITSI 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 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE UNSURPASSED their nice Â¬ Â¬ their Boys to wear to school This Fall we have tried to take the worrying away from par ents by laying in such a hand some stock ot Â¬ BOYS and J CHILDRENS CLOTHING of every description that all you have to do is to come to our Â¬ ir r Lexington Belle Range AND- - store bring the boys with you and take them away all fitted out for school These garments are subject to individual taste We have three well defined styles however which experience has shown to be the best and durability all things considered for convenience I 9 these are the two piece suits ONE BN70YG 1 COOK STOVE FOR YOUR HALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT MOST EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WINTER with pleated coats either with or without belt and buttoning to the neck or with lapels and the cutaway sack coat with vest all boy boys and these suits having knee pants just the thing for a school m For young men the larger Fis JEWETTS BASE BURNER THIS IS THE SEASON FOR DOVES AND THE PART RIDGES ARE COMING APACE WE HAVE THE Â¬ about the same style garments Call are used as for men and examine our stock before you purchase and we are confident we In the Â¬ will sell you rco Guns and Ammunition AND YOU CAN HAVE THE FUN future as in the past we expect to give every one fair treatment thereby building and honest goods ay RICHMOND Contractors and Builders WJLL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES np a reputation that will be lasting con aud mR co COVINGTON Trauma a specialty W C MITCHELL r cash CO i Southside Main Street near Hotel Glyndon Clothiers and Furnishers 1- FITZPATRIGK Ifa MM sEBmwmwmsM -- a-j I SUPPLEMENT VOLUME -- AS I ltfTfa rifiaJstij jfc- - f Â¬ I1I K 1 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15 n SUPPLEMENT So NUMBER aH IV be roeovond from his surprise I had him covered with my revolver and tell- Â¬ ing him who I was ordered him to sur- 1890 1fc 18 SHELLED THE PEASE thole day lone T render TiTiTttttititititititi - - tJ - aT r j OTai A i i ill ae birrwl said iMi i lo peaao tmf r or naki t 1 the oake fir four Ithor wilt takol1 M with lie pleasant song At Ij j ut rs were long es tlireo mo j wmi i the father te oat tw uld please I shelled the peaaot u utcr door atop oomca aver the floor iiougi do longer t When a the tune was hudr itj soes tranger eye mlht sec naught to The mirth auif children muoand the for all richer smiles father a loving word r own toll is hoartl nils could taste like Im sure ML have flavored the boli- day km g 8uaglTri il- song - Louse rs wall le email r lug ae NEWT BLEDSOES WIFE Drap that tbar weopin I knowod you warnt no parson said a female voice behind me at that moment and turning 1 saw Illedsoes wife She had the drop on mo with a long rifle and I dropped my pistol Bledsoe pickod up my revolver and I was marched back to the house a prisoner Thars your critter ready saddled n heres a Lite to cat now pit said Mrs Bledsoe and she kept me covered with the rifle while her husband handed mo back my pistol when I mounted my horse Wont you pray for us agin parson fore you go said Blodsoo with a grin as I rode away A week later I re-Â¬ turned with a strong posse captured Bledsoe and destroyod bis still I could have mado a case against bis wife but I wouldnt do it The only romantic adventure I ever oc-Â¬ met with hunting moonshiners curred in Marlon County Ave years ago I was over there bunting some wit Â¬ nesses and incidentally looking out for stills I was spending the night at the house of a man I had reason to believe was a moonshiner and a dangerous one I saw he regarded me with suspicion but be asked no questions and I felt safe The man bad a daughter about eighteen years old a very pretty coun- Â¬ try girl who seemed to take no notice of my presence and did not once speak to me during the evening The bouse was a log cabin with a loft reached by a ladder I was given a bed in the loft and retired aout ten oclock I heard to T lAittttti f iTati Ta FIKGESONS KICK Ho Objocta to Plaques STRICT SOBRIETY as Dla- - How Colonel Blowora Failed to Carry Out Hia Pledge turbera of Domestic Blisa TROLLING one k day last 1n an aimless sort of L U way through wife promised LOW HARVEY I his ho Central Park I saw Furge 3on a younjr gentleman with vh AV ik a drop of IntoxV quor vould never that M ft M a A Mi M MM M Ml - i- CJ mmB 2m Pa a bench wear ing a linen duster and a look of un-Â¬ utterable woo I naturally asked him what was tho cause of his mental de- n and ho replied candidly that it IM his wife to whom ho had r ly been married Tho old story too much mother-in-laI suppose l remarked 1 took good care No its nut tia to marry an orphan The trouble is my wife has taken to painting plaques decorating china etc It seems that fad is reviving amorT Um Bfew York women and my wife has got It bad replied Furgcson with a aj 1 remarked that I thought painting china was a rathiT harmless sirt of a fad Yes thuts what I thought until 1 bad some atiiil experience How did your wlfo acquiro tho w am slightly quaint il He sum waa sitting on quaintances ac- Â¬ jrtiao your lly from this forward soberest ao- - Harvey you have mado mo so many promi Ys dear I know that And each time you have broken them ue precious but I will never do so ag How hip iiaveyou made such a promise Oh neer mind tha- - I have come a man re tothe conilusion thi forms he i Well Colonel I will give you ono more trial Now you are talking One mor Is all I want The next day after he above narrated conver met an old friend Had not tho meet Â¬ ing been accidental it would not have -- habit v Haw Sho Got tho Drop on a United larshal OME days ago an old deputy 1 r f I 1 1 I lnlted States marshal sat in a hotel corridor at Birmingham Ala and talked about hunting m oon sh iners spondent says a Chicago corre- Â¬ Times a m III II II I B 1 M VL I I km I Some of moon- Â¬ said as treacherous as Indians and will shoot at an ofllcer from ambush but they are poor marks men and sddoiu hit a Man I hav without receiving shot at a tl r Ing from tch It is I moonshin and tbe mm ers play on a revenue ofllcer hen they catch one alone in the mount tins that makes hunting them exciting sport I have of tti spent a night at tho borne of an innocent looking moun- Â¬ taineer and next morning found my sad- Â¬ dle and bridl- cut to pieces or my horse turned out of the stable and driven away Ip in Du Kalb County once I spent tho night at tho house of a man who was supposed to be a good citizen and not in sympathy witl moonsnlnors I slept in a shed room and there was no lock on tho door The next morning my pants wore gono Every thing had been taken out of tho pockets and left in the room but the pants had been spirited away My landlord expressed much sympathy for my loss but charged me Ave dollars for a second hand pair of his Jeans trou ors that were probably worth on dollar when new and I had lo pay him the munoy before I could get out of lied The wives and daughters of moon- Â¬ shiners as a rel are smarter than tho men and much more suspiciois of a stranger I was over in Clay County on a raid onco and was in a locality where almost every man owned a stllL In such a place it is hard to locate a still and almost impossible to obtain evi ibo owners unless thoy are caught In the act of making tho mountain dew 1 introduced myself as a land agent prospecting for mineral lands but tho natives did not all beÂ¬ lieve my story and I was regarded with I was after a more or less suspicion noted moonshiuer named No wt Bled- Â¬ soe who was known to have been oper- Â¬ ating a still in that locality for two years I had trouble in finding a place wherothey would let mo stay all night but finally a native suggested that I try Deacon Bledsoe Ther deaklns sot on llgion the Bible and sich an e alius takes in strangers said the native I was di- Â¬ rected to the deacons bouse two miles down the valley and arrived there an hour after dark I did not once associate - vw I It Sy shiners are urr out thak my host talking in a low tone forsomn time after I lay down then I heard him take his riflo from tho rack and leave tbe house I had been asleep probably Ntiihrfl j -- 1 e MI IBmIIi A m i m two hours when tho touch of a hand on my face awoko me The girl was standing by my bed with a lighted She motioned me candle in her band to be silent and in a whisper she said Stranger youll have ter git Your critters at the gate Take ther right ban road at the forks cross the creek and dont stop this side of Llge Mar corns thats bout four miles down ther road Git out tbar and she pointed to a small window in one end of the loft Then she blew out the candle and dis- Â¬ appeared as silently as a shadow I put on my clothes went to tbe window and At tbe found a ladder on tbe outside gate I found my horse ready saddled and mounting I rode rapidly away I have never seen that girl since but I am satisfied that she had learned of a plot to murder mo and saved my life DISCOVERY la j Ijj mmmm I W W mm 1 mm w m H t MI m r- - J From a Mrs Flam who lives In my borhood Mrs Flam has no hil tnd nothing el various fals I had sosboiult 1 tbat my wif had ind ami at li BBS that she was going You should have diMourigcd the Idea I did but it was too lato I toU her that in my opinion the proper way for a wifo to dc onto a plato wxs t warm the plato and t with boom uiii roast turkey so of tho breast and a second joi ferrod with B little of g and aotAfl cranberry sauce Irish potatoes 1 J 1 as - M 1 m W JImJ HmmBmI JL mamm - m 1m mmmH I mmiSM i m to AVhat iff BmB a1 illll 1 m but achs and to keep a husband in a good tho only way was to feed the bruf from the- direction of her eyes I think 3h meant mo In what way lid her painting china plates cm Well in the that hei friend Mrs Flam busy painting her face thit I had not supposed she con I find paint i - thought dl she say Utterly of nothing that Oli IM WITH YOU occurred Tho Colonel owed his After a few moments of pie m the two men loon The Col r His friend loo b a sa in av Colv Tv Tie -- it -- Ti I I mw Ii I Mb W Nf W W m m wVfe t mamm mw I I W W p iTnTT gWa mmmmmmx h 1 Lmmmn Ilsr TX3ZE1 nee when Well I haent several da- Whats the matte Nothing only I promised my that I would not drink That s all right are not that foolish boy I It is not foolishness must stop When just as you meet me Take a little somethi I dont wan frho Taniaa Illack Dnmonili The proposition to erect a monument to Philip Gindcr who discovered an Â¬ thracite ooal on Summit Hill Carbon Oounty in 1791 bos given rise to a number of claims for the honor of dis- Â¬ The covering coal in Pennsylvania Wyoming valley peoplo claim that an thraclto was known in that section There is d tho State as early as 1796 t tradition that hard ooal was burned In the Valley Forgo about the time of the French and Indian war Neverthe- Â¬ less the Mauch Chunk promoters of tho the Gindor celebration refuse to bo turned aside fron their plans They point with pride to the fact that the Lehigh Valley Coal Mining Company began proctioing mining In Carbon County In 1702 in immediate conse Â¬ quence of Gindors discovery and it was only then that the possible import- Â¬ ance of coal as a fuel began to bo appreÂ¬ Thoy claim thorofore that ciated Gindor Is entitled to a monument and they propose that ho shall have one on the just grounds that the discoverer of anthracite is not tbe individual who knew that tbe ground contained block stones without knowing their uie but he whose discovery led to tho use o soal as a fucL Gindcr seems to be as much deserving of the honor of being called the dlscov mspr of anthracite coal in Ponsvlvania as Fulton Is of being called the Inventor jf a steamboat or Isaac Xsewton tbe dla joveror of differential calculus or Robert Ralk es tho founder of Sunday jcbools Philadelphia Press Was OF COAL the First to Die Ip lBDsyt- - DILLINGHAM ADDITION To Richmond Kentucky ft 6 V Give me Oh M - now confound momen It the old man around thestut Well Jmmmw MTTKR Y whi- A few dont whip W THE FXTUKSONS DISCUSS TUK mm mm mmM The Street Car Line Water Works and Gas Mains Extend Through the Addition HIGH DRY AND or in the vicinity BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS No objectionable features on the grounds Accessible from every direction V I Sheep Shearing A eorreapondeht of tbe Country Gentleman writes My experience for thirty years proves the protective power I have kept sheep of bells on sheep all that time a mile from home beside a road constantly travelod by dogs and have never lost a sheep by them while there is not a flock in the vicinity which bos not boon raided When I bear of ft case 1 have taken pains to ascertain if D3AP THAT THAU WBKPW tbe ahoep had bells on which has not singlo instance Fifty Blednoc who was sot on tbe been tho fact in aovereightdollars with Deacon bells costing not Newt Bledsoe Bible with Moonshiner traps and buckles complete are enough Â¬ In response to my bellos a tall two dolold countryman came for a hundred sheep and about good bolls gate and by tbe light of a lars a year will keep tbe boll pattern out to ttie you get the cow pine torch which he carried in his band in case are oast 00 a staple through which Bo you uns tbe be looked me over which tbe strap passes and not those now Methodist circuit rlderr be asked passes through preacher for onco and cast with a shank which I decided to play the strap leaving a small part of the answered in the affirmative Im a bard shell strap entire The wear coming all the Llffht uarson tho corners of the youre welcome I never lays it up time on one place cut the strap off but hank and wire soon he dont belong to my gtn a man cause are hardly worth the trouble church and tho deacon received me This kind on of putting with true gMsmtela hocpltaUty At bodtlm Ulodcoe brought out a A Good Garden Brrow well worn family Bible and invited m Here is ft wheel barrow any boy can to lead in prayer I bad not prayed since make with a saw and hammer and butI was a boy at Sunday school but wa little trouble It has tho merit of holdIn for it and reading a chapter in the lng ft largo amount and wltnout need It down and I deliv Â¬ ing legs never turns over ii vmj Bible wo all Â¬ wmo sort of a prayer In my pe ered to those sinners who tition I roferrcd Â¬ defied the laws of God and man by making spirits and r rayed tho Lord to turn To them from their wicked ways omenthis Bledsoe responded with a loud I rose early tiio next morning and OAUDEN DABflOW finding that breakfast wat not ready I for a short stroll in tbe started difficult thing to procure is tbe wbeeL eel barrow lies back of the horse As I left tbe yard but frequently an old I noticed Bledsoes wife wata hlng me dismantled under some shed tho wheel I walked on with evident suspicion of which is in fair order or can be made If no down to a small branch whioh ran strong bv a little tinkering through tho woods throe hundred yards wheel can be found two disks of sound I saw emoke rising back of tho bouse Inch board can be made and nailed to among the trees a little ways down tho r with tbe groin of each ot right way I branch and walking down that build- Â¬ angle to tho other so it will bo strong found my host Doacon Bledsoe Then with ftn axe or drawshave tb ing a fire undor one of tbe largest moon handles can be smoothed down ft Be seemed as iw ahlne shown and a really convenient and de much surprlbed as I waa and in an in tho farms mo stant it dawncl on me that Deacon be the result Farm nd Bledsoe and Moonshiner Newt Bledsoe n person wreoue No rough or unsightly views Main Street of Richmond extends through the Grounds No swamps no miasmatic poisons in the air no fever producing elements M LOTS 50X200 TO EVERY 3OO FEET n M E9I IS COVERED WITH BLUEGRASS In sight of the Court House and by far the most beautiful building j any thing else whereupon my amiable wifo responded that some men spent more time painting their noses than a dozen women did in painting their faces This was another dig at cause my noso is a little red on account of my defective circ Di painingehina pla din Did sheWhen I cat ner on the very next day the table was decorated with the unwashed breakfast dishes and my wlfo was riveted to a chair painting away for dear li asked her why she was raintlug a cart Â¬ wheel on a plate and she said it was a passion flower and that 1 was a foel I sank wearily into a chair hut I bounced three feet into tho air beeauso I had sat down on a freshly painted plate on whioh were two blue and red butterflies which did not match the new nine-dolldove colored pants I wore And the way my wifo lamented over those but-Â¬ terflies Ill have to have a new ceiling mado for those pants but that was ft mere trifle compared with what was coming What other sufferings did you under- Â¬ go Mv sufforlnirs were simply Inde I am also a sufferer from scribable dyspepsia and nothing affords mo relief except raw whisky taken internally I was soized with an acute attack in the middlo of the night and groping my way to tho sideboard I took a tre mondous swallow The supposed v his ky felt like a red hot porcupine going down my throat but when the doctors got to work with their stomach pumps It felt like pulling tho same porcupine back by the tail I had got hold of a bottle containing some preparation for removing paint from the hands It al- Â¬ most removed me from the faco of the earth Oh no there is nothing danger- Â¬ added ous about these female fads Furgeson sarcastically you managed to survive We I suppose so but every day brings about a fresh crisis in the family It was a week before I even partially re- Â¬ covered from ho effects of that remedy This morning Just as I for dyspepsia was beginning to crawl around my wife who had been painting steadily without turning a hair all at onco be Â¬ She said gan to be very affectionate Charles dear you are looking so much stronger and better All that you need now Is a Utile fresh air and oxen She was certainly very considerate Thats where I too was fooled for she hung a basta I containing two dozen heavy plates gaudily painted on my arm and told BM to tak- toe to a firm tbatbakesthe ebfakft plates these fool women paint What do you say to ar y but I dont haa take one any way All right blamed if I car- They rank out ten minu aid had el -- a Wei notheror - and it Tho Colonel laugaed They took another one ond seemed to stand it sir said tho Colonel do yoa know that a few drinks of whisky make a man of me Its a fact My memory Is better my mind becomes more acute After I take a few drinks I can recall odd little scraps of poetry and little grabs of sentiment which had long been for- Â¬ gotten Here fill em up again They drank omised my wifo that I would not drink atfatn said tho Colonel Well yon havent drunk again re-Â¬ Youve drunk wbis plied the friend 1 ky By George thats a good Jcke ex- Â¬ Havent drunk claimed the Colonel again Haw haw haw Old fell you ought to start a humorous paper I could run her and dont you for Â¬ get IV when Well I should say so go home my wife will not know tha Sy I have taken a drop Of course she wont Suppose we try it again h Im with you They drank 1 dont see how these fellows around town can stand it to drink so much ldit I am said tho Colonel In fact I dont see why any man sure Leva desires to throw himself away see what remark was it that the Govt ernor of North Carolina made to the iQ friend Haw haw haw Thats a good one A little more ot Well ho contin- Â¬ the same please ued when the drinks had been brought heres a rum go as tbe Englishman says go added the A bloody rum Colonel Then they leaned on the bati and laughed As the Colonel was going to dinner he mused I was never soberer in my life Blamed if I dont believe that I am soberer than I was before I took a lr M lots ever offered in Richmond Street Car and Omnibus Lines Will Convey Persons to the Sale m j Kgim W f F EXCEEDINGLY EASY AND WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON DAY OF SALE SALE AT 10 OCLOCK A M REMEMBER THE DAY AND I 4 DATE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 22 1890 fcav-ir-- a Dinner was not quite ready The Colonels wife was tacking down a cap pet The Colonel said that be would her She looked at him suapicioiisly It hurt his feelings He got down ou his knees and wewl v work His wds were the words of sobriety he thoughts that Pretty soon his wife in attempting tot That was pretty tough However I tottered off like a little ftrtae nttered a shriek He had taekadi when a flashily dressed man her skirts to the floor Then he began man stopped me and asked how much my to blubber It was no use he said tort boss charged a week to send meals to ft ft man to try to be anybody Everybody He would go Ho thought 1 was ft was working against him family of two waiter from a restaurant seeing me away and never come back again Hi with what he supposed wasabesket full wife kissed him and he blubbered of dirty dishes I used some bad Ian- - afresh The Colonel like many anotbeaj guage and before I knew what was man is a brute Opie Read in Arkaa w Traveler coming ho had me down bumping my feel that head on t Evkky now then somebody de cushion shaped wen on the back ot my the head We were separated and at first the I felt a thrill of bliss because all the plates were broken but I thought of what my artist wife would say when I got back and then I strolled Into the Cu s unu pei v ice park and was contemplating when you came up I expect I have lost En ex if you ar O no these female fads my position hordes VLii arc perfectly innocent may bo m Alex E Sweet -- drink jjwb JLX JUAIAAAJAl T m All fruit trees should bo trained low Tho lower limbs should never be higher than to adapt tho orchard to convenient I Prwt Shows through 1 think I shall make nearly proudly OUR CITY BOARDERS fifteen thousand pounds You dont surely spend oil that papa mShQ Dear Little Lammle and the Not moro than four thousand Naughty Naughty Govt And tho rest I lay up for my Katy FIBCRAspoke Then said Katy as it is to be up my partner pay tho men a shilling more s mina Joduthine Wln day ThereU bo enough left for me I terbottom one shouldnt onjoy money that was taken day last spring from so many poor people Think les take city papa how much good the extra shilling boarders this would do to your poor mon and bow summer little difference it would mako to me I V W I turned round V from tbo churn I was washing and looked at him over my specs Thes money in It ho went on Olo Slmpklns tol mo ho mode over a hun Â¬ dred dollars last summer on hisn How did he do it Yes says I Kepem on salt pork an canned goods I continued an skim milk I dunno in an oncouragin tono but what I shd like well enough to havo em hero for a spell but I wont agree to set no sich plzen table for cm as they do down to Slmpklns Fresh meat an vegetables an berries in their season eggs an cream an milk a plenty is about what I shd callato on givln em Givo era what yourro mind tor so longs I tako tho money for it says Jeduthino trying to bo funny And so it came about that wo adverÂ¬ tised in tho Sunday paper and in duo KATY GRIFFITH EXTEBKD courso of timo hod several answers Jed sball be as rich as I want to be Come said be was satisfied that ho got fifty papa you wore once poor yourself Yon cents worth of letters anyhow Lost week our boarders came There should pity tho poor At theso words Mr Griffith recalled was a woman and three daughters and tho difficult struggle he had early in ono of em is married and got two chil- Â¬ life and tho selfishness of his present dren Various and sundry husbands treatment of his poor operatives struck and beaux are ooniiii up over Sundays Thoy seem happy They sleop lato him forcibly His own heart Joined mornins and eat three good square with his daughter Are you in earnest Katy in what meals a day and considerable between meals but I dont find no fault you say he asked Tho night tbey oome Jeduthine met Surely papa If I do what you ask it will make s em at tho station jest after supper considerable difference In your fortune They hadnt had thelrn and whon Id But I shall feel so happy when I given em a hearty meal of steak and think that tho men aro more comfort baked potatoes and raspberries and able Wont you do It papa cream they begun to look around em O bow I lovo tho beauties of nat Â¬ Yes Katy said her father I will do as you say Other manufacturers ure said one of tho young ladies She will think I have gone insane but if I is the oldest has red hair an they call her Clementine please my Kate I will not care Those mountains are so grand sho I love you better than even now papa and tho warm hearted girl threw went on an thoso medders so green sho asked mo point What arc those her arms around her fathers neck in to tbo hay tbo men had got raked A servant was sent to Hugh Roberts says I Oood land Didnt you cottago to bid him come to the great house He was sitting in moody silence never soe no haycocks Hay O Amelia she screamed in his poor cabin which was pervaded Real hay And by a general air of want and discomfort O Genevieve hay can wo go in the barn and tumble on Ho did not understand tho summons but thought ho might bo going to re-Â¬ tho fresh new mown hay my good ceive his discharge in return for his woman You can for all o me says T bold request Again ho was ushered And what aro those she shrieked into the presence of his employer I havo been thinking of yonr re pointing to an old hen turkey with a quest my man said Mr Griffith in a brood ot chicks kind tone and though 1 doubt whether Didnt you never see no young tur- Â¬ any othor manufacturer would grant it keys said Jed starin at her with I havo mado up my mind to do it his mouth open How delightful Bless you sir said Hugh Roberts Turkeys But I his face lighting up Heaven will supposed they were a larger bird And reward you Then wo shall havo threo O girls see that dear dear lamb shilling and sixpence horeaftor Youd better keep away from him You shall have four shillings said Juduthlne but she didnt hear and Four shillings Aro you really in LASSOING A GRIZZLY In Cowboys Rop Around a Bears Neck and the Results Wa a ALLO boya theres a b life Take care everybody The brutes bostllel This remarkable change from a tone of jubilation was caused by the un foreseen behavior of the bear Instead of tugging to get away he no sooner felt the rope draw than with a snarling I THE WIDOW SCHMIDT A Court Scene In Berlin Servant gaiism at the Gorman Capital Translated from the German for this paper j Â¬ cow down said bron ie- - faced I AV MS TT A T man in broad rimmed som- Â¬ brero chaperido lie was one of a group of five The cow Â¬ boys reined up their broncos In order to look and then turn- ing rode in the di roc ti on to which he had pointed r were at the foot of one of thoso great mesas or table lands which in I tend eastward from the Rocky Mountains and fall precipitously one down to another like vast 6teps till I iilf ooast plain in Texas is reached Tho objtct toward which the group was ridinjr turned out on near inspec tion u be a hulf frrown calf which had been reoontly killed in a violent and Lion Its back was broken 1 torn in shreds Evidently the cowboys had seen omottiinp like It not long before for looking at it in siloaoe for a mo- Â¬ ment one of them remarked Its a bears work boys dead sure 1 ts the same brute that killed those calves for Heckle last week said an- Â¬ 4 spars and Mexican proceedings in a court German of Justice do not differ materially from thoso in our own courts wi I 11 mmirwt IIH i MlXjAtt ci-- in tho following sketch from a German jour nal The ac- bese en cused was richly dressed WPS -- UJEwSiSK and -i -w r X0 ilATCU FOB A GBIZZLT other roar and a quickness surprising in so clumsy an animal he made a hurricane rush at his assailant For a short dash no horse howevor fleet is a match for a grizzly bear Neither horse nor rider had any inten- Â¬ tion of permitting the distance between them and the bear to be diminished and Ebel flung the turn of his lasso from the saddle pommel as his horse whirled and ran But they could not move swiftly enough to avoid the bear which in an instant was upon them and sprang with snapping teeth and extended claws to tear the man from the saddle Barely missing the rider the animal caught In bis teeth the oil cloth coat or slicker rolled up in the rear of the saddle and with the accompanying clutch of his claws lacerated the horses haunch By a groat effort the terrified horso though half borne down by the shock broke loose and dashed away before the bear could repeat his attack When Ebel bad put a safe distance between himself and bis antagonist be turned about to Inspect the ground and found that his companions were not far from him The cow boys watched tho grizzly Satisfied with having put his assailants to flight he bad not followed them With a clear field ho was having it out with Ebcls rope and slicker The noose had fallen about his neck and under one shoulder and his im Â¬ patience would not permit blm to take the necessary steps to throw it oft Ho bit at it with the effect only to draw it tighter Ho rose on his haunches and cuffed at it savagely His fury was tremendous From time to time the idea seemed to strike him that the slicker was associated with the per- Â¬ sistent attentions of tho rope and he rushed at that inoffensive and tightly strappod bundle aud tore it savagely with teeth and paws Then he renewed his struggle with tho lasso The blicker fared badly but the rope so far as the witnesses saw had altogether the best of tho encounter Tho bear finally broke for the rough ground and keeping up a running fight with the ropo all tho way disappeared among tho rocks and trees in the direction of tho canon Tho cowboys rode to the scene of the encounter Tho earth was torn up and the stones displaced over a consider Â¬ able area Tho slicUer was in that state of tattcrment ar ono of the boys afterward expressed it that you couldnt havo got out of it a fair sized shoe string Louis Walkers inward smile had develop 1 superficially into a I couM have told you full sized grin before boys how twould turn out he chuckled but twould have spoiled your fun and you wouldnt have been so experienced as you are now Tho boar was not heard of again but it may bo remarked that thereafter he oeasod to make depredations about the Montoya mesa He probably went back to the mountains But should he or any one of his kind reappear about the mesa i t is safe to say tVit Its will not be disturbed by tb tleiipSj of any one to rsffis him th a Is Clarence Bellen in Youths O panion Â¬ Yes and a colt for Allison spoke up Weve got to turn out and another hunt him down as soon as the round up till then there wont be much young stock alive on the range said the first speaker lie kills about a critter a night Ti- party turned their horses heads resumed their first course and were Soon riding in single file up the narrow trail that leads to the top of the mesa It i not often that the gritzly bear n found at large eastof the Rocky Mountains or elsewhere on the open plain but some large animal had lately 4 sad havoc among the colts and - of the cattle ranges about the Uesa In so wide a country his ravages among the scattered herds had at first escaped notice but tbey Boon became apparent No one had seen the depre- it was believed to be a grizzly war which had followed the canyon down from the mountains and made his lair near its mouth Various plans for his destruction had iscussed There was little time Sunt for him during the busy period of the round up and the undertaking hid been deferred to a It e long ib over If we wait wool she was unmistakably a yard wide Sitting down on two chairs sho requested a court official to bring her a glass of water as that brazen creature out in the corridor had given her so much lm pudonce that her nerves were unstrung Her wish having been complied with she 6eeraed to be more composed and fanning herself violently she announced her readiness for trial You arc the Widow Schmidt aro you not Yos your honor but my maiden name was Von Knippenburg I am re Â¬ lated to that celebrated family Our coat of arm s We have nothing to do with that here You are in court now For the first time your honor and you have no ideaof thehumilitatlon itls for a Von Knippenburg who owns three houses on the Lango Strassc not to speak of bank stock Madame we have nothing to do with the financial affairs of those who are brought before us You aro accused of having assaulted Johanna Meyer a servant girl in your employment If your honor keeps a servant girl you must know all about it yourself made There is a great fuss German about Democrats Social and are Nihilists they but angels of light compared with the German servant girls The papers Bay 9 that the Socialists tamper with the sol- Â¬ diers but they dont run after the soldiers half as much as these servant girls I dont sec do hy the authorities should try to suppress the Socialists and let the servant girls do as they please llease confine yourself to the case on trial Yes your honor as I was going to say I have nine rooms elegantly fur- Â¬ nished and of course I cant bo ex- -Â¬ stout notA thougrh very 1 all Miss Kitty Venus McMonoghan spent three weeks at Bar Harbor aoting ss Burs lady to Mrs T Thompson Brewster Sho ssid she hod ss much fun as though she had gone in an unincum- Â¬ bered capattlty ss sho Jabbed tho infant with pins 90unmerclfully that it yelled when she approached so tnat its mamma had to nurse it all the time thus affording Miss McMonoghan an op-Â¬ portunity to enjoy herseU Miss Esmeralda Maginnls will bo led to the altar in about two weeks by Mr Miss Maginnls met Dennis Eafferty Mr Itafferty while accompanying Mrs Forundred to Deer Park last summer in the capacity of ladys maid second Miss Annie Belle OBrien kitchen lady for a woman on Fifty seventh street remained at homo this Bummer but promises herself a trip to Europe early next season She will bo accompaned by her sister Judy OBrien who is a wash lady for another person on tho samo street The engagement of Miss Mary Anno McGilvray to Mr Jerry Emerson They will bo OToolo is announced married at St Bridgets and the woman Miss McGilvray has been assisting in tho capacity of cook lady has promised to provide a trousseau whioh wall bo tho envy of all tho help ladies in the country W II Sivitor in Muusoys Â¬ Â¬ KATYS SACRIFICE tit Furnlshod Comfort and Happi Â¬ ness to the Mill Hands OHN fith a How He he be naughty cow sportive he is nc he he Tho dumed idiots By gum Philura Id rather koep city boarders one week than go to Philura Win the cirens all summer berbottom in Yankee Blade FARLEY Geo- - wLyci jBRmESi glish manufacturer sat in s room in his ele g a n t man sion ono day in au tumn To judge by his face his Â¬ rich En GRIP- - POTATO DIGGER Aa Aoatrallu Devio the Work Which I Said t One ot reflections wore of an agreeable rlrai nature The prospect bo said to is b i m self that Weekly - 1 top of the Montoya re riling sional halts to rest their rie top one of the ei to tighten his cinch rty an opportu- I the horses arrived came upon the ades saw him wave Vet r ascent of fifteen nnft ppvjj t ho lJaA forward and saw o away a grizzly bear -- mbling i across an open space toward some rocky and wooded Here was a chanc- for cowboy sport Owing to the law v arrying of fire up the boys were arms BSvsrtbalsSi they raised worses hard for grizzly quickened his pace was I Mi AMEBICAN MAID AND MlRTiiESS evidently do at away but his pursuers took and surrounded him As t before him and headed A ffi SELECTING SEED CORN There I Only Ooe 1roper Way to Da It and That 1 to Select It In the Field I presume says a writer In tho Breod io class of farmers are better prepared to appreciate tho importance of SSea bssedlag than are stock breeders From soods spring all important organic Ufa on tho farm They therefore in their development become tho rrx a ure of tho cost of ani Â¬ mal growth and in a large degree of its However successfully character a tue iieai THE ueab he yelled farmer may breed bis steers ho is him off he stopped as if taking the doomed to failure if his crops are of low matter of their presence Into serious capacity The pounds of beef per aero consideration is measured not mainly by his skill as Lets rope him boys shouted Joe a stock breeder but moro by his skill Hampson as he widened the loop of bis as a plant grower It follows that our lasso The others caught at tho idea gerius o f fanners should expend its and soon with swinging lassos were first or chief force upon the plant rather advancing in a circle upon the bear than upon the animal Few men pos one among thorn showed no en Â¬ sescd of one absorbing purposo but thusiasm in this undertaking Louis what fall to give proper attention to Walker the veteran ranchman and hun-- other important factors in life This who had killed all manner of big genera truth is not without its illus- Â¬ jo of the Western mountains and tration in tho ranks of stock breeders plains wore an expression of reserve although no class should appreciate and thougbtfulness lie did his part potent seed more Very nearly the with the rest but he handled his horse round of tho laws of heredity in animal with great circumspection smiled to life are found with analogous relations himself with deep meaning and cast an in plant life I nood not review them eye backward from time to time to ex Â¬ to the readers of tho Gazotto nor mar Â¬ amine the inequalities of ground as if shal supporting evidence for assertion expected shortly to ride over It in of these laws is the equivalent of evi- Â¬ haste dence to a breeder who has familiarized The Mexican vaqueros of the old days himself with the laws that govern suc- Â¬ who lived in the saddle used sometimes cession of organic life e grisxly with the lasso Hereditary qualities may bo fixed in eral horsemen worked in concert corn by selection or may bo produced and their method of operation was to by crossing and fixed by selection I I two or more lassos over tho bear at shall confine my statements to selection once and by drawing them tight from as a means of improvement and mainly different directions to hold the beast at to those phases of the question that will mercy of his captors but the modes be suggestive and of value at the com- Â¬ of drivinp cattle of the present day ing harvi have not wired to perpetuate this mur- One right way exists for corn selecus skill tion and only one right way and that The boys had often talked over tba way Is to select the corn in the field and proper way to which a grizzly should be from the plant at a date early enough soed and the undertaking had to determine the character of the whole seemed quite feasible Now that the plant The Western practice though wrong measures the valuo of the corn iince to make the experiment was offered they found unexpected difficult crop almost wholly by the eara pro- Â¬ in carrying out the practical details duced This demands a plant that This grizzly bear was clumsy in appear- gives the maximum amount of car and ance but very active repellant of man- - the minimum amount of stalk By se- Â¬ r and with a marked antipathy tc lecting the ear from the stalk and by anjr Intrusion upon his privacy Be no other method can this result be se Â¬ seemed possessed of a fixed idea which cured The ratio of seed to stem is as was to gain the broken ground toward variable for corn as it is for other which he was making when be bad been plants The seed is but a fraction a overed and he kept pushing toward part of tho whole life and tho rrftlo of it in spite of obstacles the parts vary in the plant as in the an- Â¬ Apparently he knew what he wanted imal and are as susceptible of being and did not care to be bothered When fixed as are the parts of an animal I his assailants came too near he turned have carried out trials in selection of with a growl a display of teeth and upÂ¬ seed corn for several years I will not rising of hair that made him seem por in all these cases prolong articles with tentously large tables of results and in accordance with I I was no easy matter for the cowboys this design state that by weight I find to get near tho animal for the horses that the ratio of ear to stalk is very wanted nothing of him They snorted variable that tho largest car Is not nec- Â¬ uR ed and backed away their will- - essarily found on the largest stalk and ness to play acrobatic tricks on their is not usually so found I am considers was as marked ss their on- - ing plants within a given variety that ess to approach the bear It an oar from a tall stalk reproduces a at fun a Iioiian holiday in on tall stalk and from a short stalk is rei ifinitely grander than produced a short stalk and that ears seÂ¬ Mw e boar Insisted on lected from short stalks produce more niD I which was by no corn per acre than do cars selected from cylrr -tall stalks The yield of stalks is on arow the reverse order The total crop is ictim quite as largo from the seed of the tall -- MoaT0 bier rider Iks as it is from the seed of the short The -- really When corn is larger silage a different policy in I be pursued from stalks- -grown for ftl lection is made UA la tUnL fibefrj ae rider feed selection shw a tbat advisable when f oot of the an i - within for corn growu for its ear a -s au o77 over the ooss T At th y Â¬ --- pected to sweep and dust them myself particularly when I havo money to pay to have it done Do you admit having struck Johanna Meyer on the head with a poker it was the parlor poker and has a nickel plated handle Do you regard a nickel plated poker as the proper means of communicating your desires to your servants If your amiable wife may it please your honor kpt a servant you wouldnt We people have to ask such a question of property ought to stick together and help one another out when servant girls try to climb on our necks Once more madame will you please state tic facts in regard to this case All right your honor on the first of October I hired this good for nothing creature If I had known what sort of an impudent thing she was and what an appetite she had and how many mil- Â¬ itary acquaintances Xo personalities madame continue if you please 1 vtas real good to her but thats all thrown away on hueh reptiles There is barracks full of soldiers on the next block and whenever I needed her sho was promenadimr the streets hanging to a soldiers arm Ono evening my sister the high lorn Baroness Knippenlxsrg von Kuhsohwappol Kubschwappel Mot tenburg and a friend the Baroness Kreutzmillonen von Donnerwetter Madame we do not caro to hear tho pedigree of your family After the high personages had supped sumptuously my high born sister tho Baroness Knippenberg von Mottenburg said she needed some beer so I pushed the elec-trie button for Johanna Tho more I pushed the less she came and finally my sister and her friend had to leave without the beer Just think of my mortification me a lady of birth own ing three houses on the Lango Strasse and not one of thorn has got a mort Rsge Confine yourself to the question at issue Well I sat up Just to see how long that reptile would stay away About eleven oclock hero she came trapsing home with a soldier and I had to go to the door to open it for that piece I says to her Good evening Miss have you had a pleasant time The saucy minx gavo me back talk Sho allowed sho always had a pleasant time when I wasnt I dont know how I came to around have the poker in my hand but I tapped her on her fool cocoanut a time or so just to teach her how to talk to a lady of Kuhschwap-pel-Kuhschwapple QUICK WORK Machine That Converts Cream Into Mutter Instantly Yet another invention relating to dairying is about to bo introduced to tho British public says tho London Ag- Â¬ ricultural Gazette It is the work of Dr De Laval of Sweden whose sep- Â¬ arators are so well known all over tho world Tho latest outcome of his in- Â¬ ventive brain is called the Instantaneous Butter Maker and will be ex- Â¬ hibited in the working dairy at tho Plymouth meeting of the Royal Agricultural Society For some time past rumors have been circulated of this machine and comments on it have ap- Â¬ peared in the agricultural pross but its introduction to the English public has wisely been delayed by tho makers and their English agents the Dairy Supply Company Limited Museum street London until it could be put to the test We have been furnished with tho following description Dairymen are acquainted with the well known form of the Laval Steam Turbine Separator which was awarded the gold medals of the British Dairy Farmers Association and the Royal Manchester and Liverpool Agricultural Society To this separator the new churn is attached It consists of a cyl- Â¬ inder about twelve inches long and four inches in diameter within which a dasher revolves at about three thousand revolutions per minute being driven by a rope belt of the same kind as is used to drive a power separator from tho separator spindle The cream on leaving tho separator in the usual way passes over an ingen- Â¬ iously contrived refrigerator of new de- Â¬ sign which is admirably calculated to reduce the temperature as low as possi- Â¬ ble with a very small consumption of cold water it then enters at one end of tho cylinder in the course of its passage through which the cream is churned into butter and emerges at the other end in a granular form Dairymen who havo had their butter milk analyzed from time to time know that there is great loss In tho present system of churning largo quantities of cream as it is impossible to ensuro that every butter globule shall receive tho same amout of concussion and honce the butter-milk often contains a large percent- Â¬ age of butter This is avoided with Dr De Lavals new invention as the cream must pass A Â¬ Â¬ any of tho Laval machines As shown on tho turbine the whole process of sep arating tho milk and churning the butter is performed by a jet of steam direct from the boiler without the intervention of shafting belting or an engine of any kind Tho churn has no complex arrangements about it and nothing could bo more simple than the way in which It can be taken to pieces and cleaned Tho process Is entirely automatic requiring very little power and attention while in uso Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ equally through the cylinder receiving a regular and rapid concussion from the revolving dasher Tho cylinder is inclosed in a water casing so that the temperature is kept very low and tho butter is consequently firm It is very free from buttermilk and thereforo keeps well The churn is fixed to the separate frame and can be attached to my Income for tho present year will reach fifteen thousand pounds That Is a tidy sum for one who started as a poor boy And I am not so old eithor Just turnod of sixty There is more than ono noble- Â¬ man in the kingdom that would be glad My Katy of John Griffiths income will havo a rich dowry Ho was interrupted horo by tho en- Â¬ trance of a servant thoro aro Mr Griffith ho said thrco men below who would like to see you Three mon Yos sir Thoy aro not gentlemen eald the servant who undorstood the question They aro men from tho mill Im thinking Vory well show thorn up It was a holiday and the works woro not in operation that tho operatives were off work Then was hoard tho tramp of heavy boots on tho staircase and presently entered threo men whoso dress and ap Â¬ pearance indicated clearly that they bo longed to tho class who aro doomed to earn tholr dally bread by hard and un- Â¬ remitting labor What is your business with mo my men asked Mr Griffith rising and surveying tbom with interest Aro you cmplyed in tho mill Yes sir said tho foremost nugh Roberts yes Mr Griffith sir wo aro employed in the mill and its about that weve como to see you Very well said John Griffith re-Â¬ speak on whatever suming his scat you havo to say to ma Its this Mr Griffith sir and I hope you wont bo offended at what I say Wo camo hern to humbly beg that you would ko pleased to raiscour wages To raise your wages exclaimed Mr Griffith in a displeased tone Yes sir I hopo you wont bo of- Â¬ fended Dont I givo as high wages as are paid in other mills Mayhap you do sir but its very bard to get along on threo shillings a day But if I should pay higher wages than others thoy could undersell mo in tho market I dont know sir but I think wo should work moro cheerful and do moro in a day if wo folt that wo had a little moro to livo on so that tho wife and children neednt havo to pinch and go hungry Theso words were uttored in a manly and straightforward tone and thoro was not a little pathos in them but it seemed lost upon Mr Griffith Its only sixpence more a day wo ask sir said Hugh Roberts pleadinglyMr Griffith made a mental calcula- Â¬ tion Ho had three hundred men in his employ Ho found that sixpence a day additional would mako a sum total during tho yoar of over two thousand pounds This reflection hardened bis heart against tho applicants No he said your request is un-Â¬ reasonable I can not accedo to it But sir said Hugh Roberts think what it is to support a family on three shillings a day It is hard no doubt said Mr Grif-Â¬ fith but I can not afford to make the advance you desire Then you refuse sir I da If you can do any better of courso I wont prevent your bettering before now the Victoria Government has offered a prize of one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars for improved potato dig gers In a recent lssuo tho Australian Ironmonger illustrates the various classes of machines entered for this prize Tho Farm Implement News finds only one of theso implements which is new or particularly different from thoso now in use A picture of this will bo found herewith with the description found in tho Ironmonger The machino consists essentially of a rectangular bar iron framo tho front portion of which carries tho gearing drivers seat and draft attachment the rear portion carrying tho rotary sifting cone The driving wheel axle is jour naled in tho sogmontal shaped front ends of leven tho rear onds of which are pivoted to tho insido of tho frame tho segments bwing connected by chains to pulleys on a shaft in front which is controlled by a hand lever and ratchet wheel with a foot catch thus enabling the driver to raise or depress tho framo at will On the driving axle is a loose sprocket wheel which may bo engaged at will by a feathered clutch engage ment being effected by a spiral spring coiled upon the axle and disengage ment by a shifting arrangement con Â¬ Â¬ As we have mentioned the oldest keeps IKON I Kentucky WKOLGIIT smiths UIMS a variety Ior j M WHEELS arid SFQKQ other I a FARMHXG IMPLEMENTS lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION Deadqoarten for FIELD si LINE of HARDWARE brands of STAPLE GR KKUIE SALT LIME ud CEMENT your ffm to the boa and graadi fathers bought their gooda half a ceatm ao W r- L FAHLEY Successor to John Farley - WE KEEP ACSTI1JUAM POTATO DIGGER cago by Â¬ ceive my instructions to morrow Tho workman burst into tears but they were tears of joy Tho men will bless you bo said smiling and tho words had a pleasant sound for Mr Griffith A hearty bless- Â¬ ing is not to bo despised It was found on experiment that the profits of tho business wore but little affected by tho increased wages for tho mon now worked with a hearty good will which enabled thorn to accomplish more work in a day so that Katys sac- Â¬ rifice will be less than was supposed Every day sho rejoices over the addi- Â¬ tional comforts secured by tho oxtra shilling paid at her instigation Horatio Alger Jr in Yankee Blada earnest sir Ti71y sa Tho overseer shall re-Â¬ chain over the sprocket wheel driving a smaller one on a rear shaft which has a miter wheel gearing in another miter wheel on the cage shaft In front of tho cago is tho share which lifts tho potatoes soil and all and Tho rear end throws them In a cage of tho latter is carried by a caster Tho cage is conical and consists of a number of open bars or wires secured to rings and has internal Archimedean screw blades two of them running Our Good- art of cxceBeal iiali our PRICES REASONABLE through and two of them extending only a short distance from the front Tho front of the cage has an adjustable shield by which tho opening may be made larger or smaller and which prevents the contents falling out in front Repairing c Ticwars at LwRa whilo tho potatoes or other roots thoroughly separated from all soil are discharged In a row at tho rear or may A 5FKCI LTY OF bo gathered In a special reccptacla A sldo shield prevents loose soil being Bridgefortli Cooking and Heat- Â¬ thrown over lifted potatoes or standing seat Motion is given to tho sifting trolled by a crank near the drivers nam aim AND HARDWARE Â¬ Foj Sale - rows ing Stoves STERILITY Conl tiun Th t Ten IN I MARES AGRICULTURAL HINTS OLD NED GAVE HOME ONE OF UI9 TUBUSTS D yourselves Wo said Hugh bitterly crushing his hat between his Wo havo no toll hardened fingers other way to livo except to work for yon cant do hotter sir no doubt hod provocation but that is no excuso for violating the law I will now ex- Â¬ amine the witness Johanna Meyer Jobaana an impudent looking girl materially the same facts Johanna said the Judge you havo scted very impolitely toward this lady Johanna tossing her head I dont see any lady None of the ladies I have ever seen mistook a calico apron for a handkerchief as sho does all tho time Judge The accused is fined ten marks for not hitting Johanna a couple of times more with the poker added his honor otU roct Call the next case Alex E Sweet You have quality That will do Strawberry Leaf Blight It is known that this disease usually causes tho greatest Injury by attacking the new growth which appears directly after tho new fruit is harvested At this period tho old leaves contain innumerable spores and it is these that Infect tho young leaves To prevent this tho practice of burning over the plants just after the fruit is gathered has been followed with success the young plants usually starting up and growing thriftily after tho treatment The complete destruction of tho old leaves is usually effected by first mowing tho plants allowing tho foliago to dry for a day or two and then burning Last year an experiment was made by Colonel Pearson with a view to determine tho effect of spraying the foliago with a strong solution of sulphuric acid Several rows of strawberry plants bad- Â¬ ly infested with leaf blight were sprayed with a solution made by mixing one pint of sulphuric acid with six gal- Â¬ lons of water tho application being made soon after tho fruit was harvested As a result of this spraying the old leaves were as effectually destroyed as if they had been burnt with fire and two weeks later tho plants had started up fresh and green On tho ICth of September the difference between the treated and untreated points was quite striking The sprayed rows were fresh and green while adjoining unsprayed plants loft for control were badly blighted Where one has a suitable spraying pump it would doubtloss be economy to adopt this method of de-Â¬ stroying the old plants rather than tho plan of mowing and burning with fire Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IP1 if AM U 21 vS In i in ill ji VK6Z r3U35 s 1 ITS TUIS MIL OBIFKITH 8114 and tako what you are pleased to pay Think it over my mon said Mr Griffith moro good humoredly for ho had carried his point and you will soe that I cant pay more than other man- Â¬ ufacturers Ive no doubt your wives and childron will earn something to help you along Tho throo men departed with sad faces looking as if lifo were a woary struggle with little to cheer it Scarcely had they loft the room when Katy Griffith entered Born when hor father was compara- Â¬ tively lato In lifo she was bis darling and the light of his existence It was for her that ho wished to become vory rich that he might make her a match for tho highest as he was wont to express SWEATING BOX was running toward tho old ram which An Excellent Device for Giving the Done wo had tethered down below tho cab- Â¬ a Sweat Bath When Needed bage house The accompanying illustrations rcp Dear lamtnio wo heard her saying rosent tho constructive details of a in dulcet tones sweet llttlo lammio sweating box which is used in the treat-Â¬ come here and bo petted ment of many veterinary cases Fig 1 Tho lammio heard and came He shook his head threateningly from side o side Ob said Miss Clementine looking oack to us seo how sportive he Is Whllo sho was gazing our way old Nod gavo ono of his well directed homo thrusts and Miss Clementine was laid low among tho bushes Jed ran and picked bar up whllo tho girls that stayed behind screamed liko murder Old Ned dont wear the curled up horns his kind usually wear In fact ho dont wear any and as ho was only playing FIG 1 OUTSIDE OF BOX nobody was hurt But Miss Clementine 6bows the outside of the box and Fig 2 camo back white and very much sub- Â¬ As will be seen thoro is a dued tho inside framo firmly put together with mortises O see screeched Miss and tenons The floor is of planks and Clementine was on tho Amelia when piazza again tho sides and top of matched lumber Arc those cows Them air says my pardner And aro they about to bo milked says she They air says he O Goncvlovo lets go and soe them milked Can we kind sir Yon ken says ha Are they do they are they in short harmless faltered Genevlovo to Produce ItCLAUDE Treatment Ior CO One of tho very hard questions that 7 are often asked us ii what causes and what will euro rtsrility in niaros Wo can not answer sucii questions except in a general way A write has recently gone Into the sibjot vcry fully and wro compile tho chief points that ho makes for the benefit of our readers All practical horse broedcrs aro impressed As Administrator ot V II Spain wdth tho fact that a proper management I will on of brood maros undoubtedly influences hower their regularity of breeding High feeding and tho uso of stimulating food Saturday October 18th 1890 will quickly induco sterility Fat and offer at public sale to the highest bid plethora of system lead to fatty depos at his late residence on Silver Creek its about tho ovaries degenerative pro Â¬ miles from Richmond on the Bai cesses or clogging up tho fallopian tubes Mill pike - SMITH Administrators Sale Hi ItjHl h I I the married one So FIO LNSIUE OK BOX The rear end Fig 3 is closed by double doors which fit snugly In tho front ond Fig 4 aro two half doors above which is an opening shaped like an invortod gothic arch for the egress of tho horses head The usual dimensions are length seven feet it Thoy be says Jeduthine the two rushed off towards tho barn Miss Clementine said sho didnt care for cows and went in to look at tho photograph album How sweet how fragrant their breath murmured Mrs Genevieve as thoy drew near tho barnyard That aint their breath observed my pardner Its the pig pon you smelL And how poetical evory thing is began Miss Amelia Nothing is so charmingly rural as tho lowing of posite condition of reduced vitality from old age poverty over work or bad feed ing is equally as conducive to sterility The lesson to bo drawn from thoso facts is to avoid both tho obese and the impoverished state keop your brood mares thin in flesh yet in good heart and spirits to ensuro regular pregnancy and the production of healthy progeny Many animals from peculiar idiosyn cracy of constitution will accumulate fat under a system of starvation such require to bo carefully watched Debilitated marcs roqulro good feeding and careful treatment to regain tonicity of tho generativo apparatus Exorcise is an absolute necessity to pro creation The idle mare with no range of pasture or one that is housed is apt soon to beÂ¬ come sterile Many animals will only breed when regularly worked or placed under such condition as ensures strong exercise Inforior foods are apt to arÂ¬ rest tho breeding function If not ac tually preventing conception by their Influence on tho generative organs they intend to abortion at an early period of gestation Moldy hay smut Â¬ ty corn fodder musty grain or corn or orgotized grasses must be carefully avoldod Making brood mares in win tor tho scavengers of all tho rough food of tho farm considered unsuitable for other stock is a system that can not be too highly depreciated Â¬ Â¬ with fatty particles Likewise the op-Â¬ 9 AGED MULES 2 or horses iz cattle 5 barrels eld whisky and one halt barrel mtm whisky 15000 pounds tobacco combined reaper and mower I distillery appjr about 30 acres corn at the heap some re and also rye in the stack and some farming utensils lot of whisky bar Sell or Kent the of 200 acres Farm known as the Dicker on Farm 114 acres in grass known as the Lower farm and 52 acres known as the Middle farm Terms made known on day of sale Sale at 10 oclock J M LONG Adm r W P Prewitt Auctioneer 17 iS SALE OF LAND will on As executor of Mrs S A Wagers I Samrtoy Oct 251 Grwpee A They will overlook old John Grif- Â¬ fiths pedigree ho said to himself if bis daughter has a good hundred thouÂ¬ Western Rural Homely Hut Handy When sharpening rails to nail to posts the work can bedone vory rapidly if a device bo made to catch the rail quickly and hold it in place A very good one is as follows Secure acrotched stick aliout eight feet long and five e 1 TlfifftW gT Thuowaprk 2Jvu sis - -- 1X- hv UmTLZZ a-k - aw ffl te f m in- - Urenr FAVORITES Their Movement Roeordod by The Help Lnilir Ellt Gazette The following personal paragraphs sre from the latest issue of tho Help Ladies Elite Gssetts Miss Kate McCarty cook lady to a woman on Fifth avenue returned on Wednesday from a visit to her old home in Ballyahannon Ireland fiho was cordially n the local nobility and reporto having had a good time Tho beautif ora Cleopatra ODoneboo spent the summor in tho Miss ODoneboo is parlor Adirondacks lady for Mrs T Vandorgoold and whether at homo or enjoying a well earned vacation is sure of any number of beaux i BridgetGcoghegan t Cojimodoro Flet chers reports having a very enjoyable outing at Saratoga from which fashion Â¬ able resort sho returned on Monday last While there sho carried on a delicious flirtation with the Commodores son who did not recognize her as ono of his mammas help ladies Miss Betsy Onalleran came back the -v part of tl from Atlantio wn as a berry Sho became - FORTUNES A HANDY TOOL inches through at the butt and through this thick end bore a two inch hole Drive into the nolo a small crotchod stick Next throw down two blocks upon which to rest the ends of tho rail to be sharpened Tho rail must lie at right anglos to the device for holding it With ono haDd tho holder can be raised and lowered upon the rail hold- Â¬ ing it until sharpened A stake may be irivea ino the ground on which to catch the holder when putting tho new rail on th blocks Co - opi itivk creameries aro of great benefit to dull backward unen torprisintf neighborhoods They infuso life and thought into them and Potability to sorao extent Thoy also r care of live stock and incite ak and relieve ao to women of a vast deal of drudgory - sand pounds to hor dowry Katy entered a bright eyed attractive girl of fifteen of whom her father might well bo proud How are you my darling said hor father smiling fondly upon her Im always well she said lightly but papa who were thoso poor mon that I met on the stairs Had you been scolding them What makes you ask Katy Becauso thoy looked so sad and dis- Â¬ couraged Did they asked Mr Griffith with momentary compunction Yes papa and I hoard one of them sigh as if ho wore tirod of living They were men from tho mill FI width thirty inches height five feet ten inches The steam or hot air is conducted into tho box by pipes The animal is led in through the rear doors which are then securely closed and the heat turned on It may be steam from pure boiling water or dry air heated by six to ten alcohol lamps Country GenÂ¬ MB a i a i 3 KEAB ENI FIO 4 FBOXT END tleman Not So Monotonous -- ropo Hnr- - affe I Citvn Dr7sdale If ansauajbje in tUi times during her stay s resumed her duties of 05 West 11 bo pleased Lifo is awful monoton- Â¬ ous aint it Cully nd Tramp Not with mo Not long ago when I was rich and I went in Â¬ to a saloon I slammed down the money Now when 1 go into a saloon tho bar-Â¬ keeper slams me down and kicks mo out Texas Sittings First Tramp mi Qi rJ Bwn And JitAM whrhu r ik J 01 wiaa Judm only drink he atT neck Id Steenth street wW engaged thrt Miss 0HaUefn s wash lodv to Mrs planted with suc Â¬ cess on the north side of buildings but where it gets much sun in winter it will not thriTSj oc English ivy can A Word About Colu At this time of year when the farm work keeps the farmer busy from early morning until night the colts are too apt to be neglected True they may need less attention now than in the fall and winter but neglect never pays bo it in summer or winter A good many colts aro turnod out to past Â¬ ure for the summer and are left until fall to hustle for them- Â¬ selves Good sized horses are not usually secured in this way The youngsters need a liberal amount of they get now oats and the farmer who neglects to Three shillings a day Only throo shillings a day ex Â¬ supply this need makes a mistake The claimed Katy and have to support returns for tho money represented in the grain fed will bo realized in the in Â¬ tholr families out of that creased selling valuo of the colt Vcs The breeder should bear in mind that papa how can you pay them such the colt may bo placed on salo somo mean wag day oven If bred for his own use A I pay as high wages as othor manu- Â¬ large well shared fellow with good facturers said hor father t thoy cant livo on three shil- Â¬ action will sell for more money than lings a day poor men How much moro the undersized ono every time While at pasture colts are liable to receive did thoy ask for slight injuries which if attended to at Sixpence a day Only eli penco a day and you reÂ¬ once will leave no blemish but if not fused said Katy reproach fjily taken in season will result in a scar But consider my dear on all my which will take dollars from tho selling workmen it would amount to more than price For this reason it is wise to take two thousand pounds a year s look at tho colt every day and make And how much do you make In a sure that it Is ail right A stub in the year papa ankle a split hoof ot a scratched leg This vearJ said Mr Griffith should bo attended to t once Katy And what did they come for Do you tell tbom about the work No tho overseer doos that Then what did they como for You arc vory curious my darling That isnt telling mo papa said the young lady persistently Then If you must know It was to ask for higher wages Of rourso you gavo it Of courso I didnt Why should I ause thoy need it How much do i Just here tho old Toro caught sight of hor red hat and began to low in any thing but a charming manner Go away bad cow sho screamed taking off the rod hat and waving it at him making him madder and madder every minute Why you actreal angrj Go away naughty cow Jeduthine and the hired man began to snicker while the old leader of our flock and herds bellowed and roared on the other side of the fence like a Trojan Genevievo began to be frightened and started for the house Youve go to loam not to be afraid of mo old cow says Amelia and she put her hat on a stick and held it out to him Ho rushed for it caught It on his horns and trampled on it and tossed it and finally trod on it until there was nothing left of It My picturesquo hat says she You naughty cow Como horo and be tamed Tho cows attention being diverted from tho hat be came at her calL He stuck hi3 horns under tho barnyard gate and lifting It p got it openx Tben the mad old crittur rushed through and thero was a scattering Run run for your life you fool you hollered Jeduthino jumping over the fence the hired man following him Poor Miss Amelia realizing at lost that this was not all play scud for the bouse You neednt tell me city girls cant run equal to country ones Any- Â¬ way I never see any girl mako quicker time than did Amelia Summerblossom coming to tho kitchen door shed and then wont to tearing up the turf all over the yard Miss Amelia got into the kitchen and fainted away Tben she had a fit of the hysterics in which she was Joined by Clementine And the last thing I hoard before they shut their chamber door was Thoso naughty cows And that treacherous lamb But I thought Jeduthine would die of laughing that nbrhL He ho he says he Yon dear littlo Ummie you naughty and kine The year 18S7 was quite similar in some localities to the present season in the abundant rains through the first half In tho Report of tho University of Illinois for that year Prot J J Burrill statoa that tho results woro the moat marked on grapes They ceased to grow oarly during tho dry midsummer and then started again after the September rains this month continuing warm with not enough frost to kill the loaves and stop tho growth But the latter half of October had some quite cold weather in ono instant as low as 10 dogrooB and all tbo young wood of unprotected vines was killed doing more damage than is usually doDO in winter Beforo this time the grapes had ripenod weli Should tho vines in future be threatoned under similar especially those which are part ly tender it might be well on the ap proach of such a coll snp to lay down the vines Country Gentleman Â¬ con-d-tlo- r a We Spring on the premises near Waco in Madison county Ky ofier for sale publicly if not sold privately before that time the Farm of Good house outbuildings fine and lasting water for all purposes well fenced cloe to post office express office stores schools churches shops mills Sic 275 ACRES 150 bottom land on Muddy Creek Terms liberal and made known on day of sale Sale at 11 oclock Apply to me in Richmond or to Joe Wagers on the farm IOHN F WAGERS Executor ACRES Â¬ Â¬ At the same time HO 13 I will sell my farm of well improved and near the above 9 B CHE2S P WAGERS A QUESTION FOB MAKXISH MAIDS POSTED All persons are hereby warned against hunting fishing rideing or otherwise to passing on our lands in Madison county The law will be enforced against all offen- Â¬ ders R B Powell Jonah Parke Albertus Parke John Tipton Lizzie Kerbv Wm Woolerv Martha Powell Ed Baxter John F Thomas Si Baxter W W Brookshire Wm Brumback W A Lanter Raymond Shearer Wm Reeves E J Powell Harvey Lanter Jack Eads ijo an ktow He Thoro is one thing IM like to She What3 that He What do you girls say when your collar button slips down tho back of your neck Life An Eje for Baalnes Doctor Ford May I ask why this reÂ¬ fusal Miss Millions Certainly doctor You know my married a lawyer so U loxpecttogotany of papas money I must marry a lawyer alse Mansers Weekly Biuniin dp The toroohaaed her clear into the On the 26th of September 1890 an iron gray mare mule e years old to my house near Bob- wn in v and has since The owner can nave bv proving property and paying cha i7 JAMES H ASBURY sisr mu mi FOR SALS tttwru I have 100 mule colt for sale at reason Â¬ able prices H H COLYER rietrta WVBiB LET THE CLIMAX VeesiayT MUt IS 1890 rl wanted See local gojylArs raided Paria Nit unlay night Green Can a iH niith has been iision by Mr ntr of lr naaar anl -- liv Charles Statin ad Joe Hood mii lot next Wed Imy you a borne up dement and read all the mammoth sale of lots alut i the K C to the gton raws now in progrew i bj Kor Sat 1st or 10 erccsrl uill i notice Mn lee Maujiins an - anuient in Climax and go p Beevt i as residence addition t K W Powell and Mr 1 vnian 1arrish is building a next to the Major resi--trc- vt lity iive cattle bition at the Madison uk taken during his recent aaa ban appointed scent in Richmond for the Louisville and Building Company a call Vi Mi C C Chris mans sale on last amouuted ko S tm A read Baa PBporai in Horse and eraiaaj Farmers columns Mr Wed dinner John Van f i d 2 oof -o Estill very highly appreciative sermon Sun can forces hail been for some time facing 25W 7S ey have within the past three day morning on Man Pari Smut each other Kdiind the breastworks with I 00 tl A revival which has leen in progress a few yard- - eparating them As BULLS Mr Henrv Clav passed along for two weeks closed at Clear Creek v every man woman anl child in ing turl Best Shipping - pn a jHtitiontothc Captain Mi Braver suggested that the Baptist church last Sunday with 24 adrailroad Best Bologna ieS 1 2 Nov the induct orshij of the local proper thing to do would be to charge ditions The meeting was conducted by Fair Bologna Fur pi Fair to Good Feeders Instantly the tall- Â¬ Rev W E Mitchell pastor of the of Pieliuiond to Will Kiev the ujion the Mexicans OILMAN v BKr Common and Thm est and fiereest one of the Tigers seem church assisted during the first week by Irvine todating iiiver Rev J A French of Shelbyville The ing to think an advance agreed upon County Clerk John S Moore was kept FEEDERS AND STOCKERS gave their pecaliaT yell for advance and converts were baptized Sunday after- Â¬ busy Tuesday signing the coupons on Good Extra Steers Greenpboro Democrat says that the enemy were repulsed noon VmaUlf Smi The 5000 worth of Woodford county bmils -Fair to Good Steers Ml Sterling j 00 i 25 I appointed Mr K ill ins of Some of the Baptist memliers have pe- Â¬ w iiich were delivered that afternoon to Anderson county has erected in her Good to Extra Heifers N Ci for Collector ol A the development n county foretaste of Court house yard a monument in hon- Â¬ titioned the convention to give preachers Messrs Dennis Long and A E Richards Common and Thin Stockers in A coincides industry of the Kevvntic the iron or of the Salt River Tigers an the in- the same show as other people in jiolitics for the Richmond Nicholasville Irvine COWS AND CALVES South is given in the bids for the water appointed scription anya The names of half a and expunge the clause from the consti- Â¬ and Beattyville tident has already Has opened her Store on Railnad Companv at Atlanta works pii ty dozen killed in battle of Buena Vista tution prohibiting them from serving in lieing the amount of the countys sub- Â¬ Mr Rollins Banna of Madison a 3S 0040 00 Main Street with a lull line of trades iaJ opened a 2 few days ago The lowest bid 2224 Fair to Good lector of Internal Kevenue and others who died in service are in the legislature Well we do not see that scription to that road This is the last 12 Common per ton was by the Howard Harrison ecribed thereon with appropriate re- Â¬ the prohibition amounts to much If a payment of the 50000 subscribed to the cal Calves Land Sale Iron Company of PcancnKr Ala The preacher is any account in the pulpit and Uuisville Southern by Woodfonl county marks Fair to Good 4 Mr lann s P Tribble has sold to Mr was by the Anniston next lowest 22 Ha- - a cotnj1 1 jot Common and Heavy If Trimn During the late reunion of the Or-Â¬ is in earnest nboat doing his Masters FeraatBoi Sea 000 -charge and - prepared tu Fox farm of Pipe Works Other lids giving onlv Ijiw renceburg Capt work hell not give it up to grovel in the phan Brigade at In Scott county William Timlierlake HOGS ladies with gixxls at iick n Wednesday morning Colonel S F jSmX The land lies three McBrayer invited Mexican soldiers to be dirt of party jolitiw Stmford Journal the name of cities were us follows 15 GoBOtal Passenger Agent of was suffocated in an old well and Torry Philadelphia Morse on the Foxtown pike S23 Louisville Select Butchers 2580 his guests and it was at his table we The will of the late John Crerar of the Kentucky Central jiassed through Poison was thrown into convulsions bv crian C1 Fair to Good Packers 2891 8 Philadelphia gathered the above facts but desiring to Chicago bequeathing over 2000000 for Rena Sharp a colored Cincinnati AdilitioBM Good to Extra Lighu Paris w ith two new chair coaches which the foul air X J 92971 Thus with and Barlington lie accurate we w rote to him He re- a public library in the city will woman drowned herself in EHchora Cost 10 nioiid has any number of addi- were exhibited at Ixington the exception of one Philadelphia con plied by his heirs on the same grounds 000 each are 72 feet long have PJ seats creek - to it among them the Dillingham SPRING LAM1 the which was SJti higher cern Your enquiries I as those on which the bequest for a Fisiem Ckaddock An attempt was made to assassinate and including the smoker have a seatrater Smith Powell Ienny will try to answer We had about eigh Northern bidders were i to S7 a ton Extra 5 00 4 755 lihrary in New York in the will of the ing capacity for 3S people One of them Congressman C R Breckinridge while he of Richmond or Broaatea brooks x Fvans Haaarley higher than the lVsseiner company ty men all told and aliout half that late Samuel J Tilden was invalidated was speaking in his canvass at Centre Coot day - lale Clav Estill tab Paris and the other Iex is named Par number in fight at Buena Vista eight viz that a bequest car not be legally iugton and are now in use on the nwd Badge Ark Wednesday night The As Atlanta has about o000 tone to boy the difference in the whole bid is from The made to anything which does not exist killed and thirteen wounded Turkeys VYaatrd At a late hour Wednesday night the car weapon snapped and the life of a good 5W000 to 42000 Referring to this the CIKCfIT COCKT CLKKK One a two vear man was aaarod iilman iV brent the well known tur- Â¬ monument erected in our Court house It is also pro ised to attack the bequest returned accompanied by the CincinnaA di1 Atlanta Constitution remarks a BOtorPOWELL of Speedwell to M aaasW- - year old The with vard dKs not give all the wounded to the Scotch 1 reshytenan church of ti Irchestra and General J F Robinson t inui rW key buyers of Paris will have a repre carried nearlv 500 in Boyle ference of twenty five iliite of Prohibition in jut cent is not coant and omitted one of the killed William New York City 125000 the Chicago D D Bell C r Simons with several Less than half a vote was pilled the in of the Demo- - star tative in Kiclinoiid Mr George W weighing about party explained by the remoteness of Northward The Judy by Nov 1st They will pay the Blackwell who exchanged placed with Bible Society 23000 the American other Lexingtonians and the party went colored ixjpulation M a general thing re- ern foundries The conditions of iron WlLIIKIM white and red thin in order t Every preprice aad are in every way reliable William Haislett of Franklin county Sunday School Union of Philadelphia out to Rai eland and serenaded Cates fusing to take a hand NEW ADVERTISEMENTS fact urc arc more favorable Smith A inclined to meet The exchange was not regular 550000 and the liequest of 100000 for a by Woodfonl and wife who had recent- cinct in the county gave a prohibition inanu See tlicii advertisement CHICAGO be paid to any 01 and that is what made the bids lower Â¬ In our first engagement in the morn statue of Abraham Lincoln ly returned from their European bridal majority save Junction City utile Ordinaire ing our lines were parallel and at nine Black or Tom We met Goat Green Clay Smith on tour Paris Kenturkian Citizen J W Harrah a prominent citizen of REMARKABLE Jul RNEY UK A BOTTLE The Peuns lauia Passenger Station one Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office Dave Hi EPH WJON The City Council at its meeting Tues- Â¬ oclock a m we were distant about one the rqad between Danville and Lancasoi the Features of the Western Mnumerous railroads char Mt Sterling until recently a druggist at Richmond Ky week ending Oct 14 Among the day night of last week passed an ordi- - hundred yards We were partly under ter the entry part of the week near The snhjoined wonderful story in from etropolis teml by the last Legislature and now died last week aged A years He re- Â¬ prohibrting cattle Eraai fjoiaajat cover of a hill and retained our position New Providence church for which con Ir in Levanner Anders Mrs turned from the Confederate army a the Memphis Avalanche and we have being actively pushed is the Charleston Alien Colonel gregation he is preaching MaN les J W any where on Main street or until alxmt 111 a m We asked Kentucky Irin Of the many magnificent buildings of poor young man but leaves an estate of jrood reaaon to think that Joe Mnlbatton Western from Charleston Dennett Minnie I Jett Nannie V the public qaare This appliea Henry Clay passed along the line I him if he expected to accept the recent S C via Middlesliorough to Cincinnati is thereahi mts Chicago not the least conspicuous is the Brooks Lizzie 30000 made in a quiet way Kavnaugh Edward cattle as will as town cows asked him if we ought not to charge the flattering call from the Mctrojxilitan Burke Elliott a JKMag man prominent extensive structure on Canal street built Branson A N A direct line between Cincinnati and Kirk 1 V The imports of English coal into Russia Thev were then within church of Washington Citv much -- owded to enemvs line tM of Lynch tell the South Atlantic Sea boanl has long Cant in soeial and baaiacai circles ire James C and used b the Pennsylvania Lines as a Booker Joseph 1888 amounted in value to S7 allow cattle to stand around at say forty or fifty feet of our line Thomas just yet said he and iinting with his beam talked of and several characters during VaV relates a remarkable story Passenger Station Under its gigantic Burktey P 500000 while thus far in MM they have barg who was standing near me finger to the beautiful country church Chaliice I Nana n tiling of tlie tiltliy condition in which Syers secured amounted only to 2000000 The falling On June 7 1884 1 ranted the Natural sheds trains arrive from ami depart for Carr Sanders col for the purpose have been an Fran thought Colo el Clay had made the or- to which he is so greatly attached re Bridge and was particularly interested in the South and East the West and North Cariis Willie On Friday October 17 1890 P II W now appears to be a off is attributed partly to labor troubles The C K der to charge and he under this impres- Â¬ inarked w ith a pleasant and significant what is known a s Lost Kiver hut a more west and down its marble stairs and Norman Alice Mrs Charles T in connection partly to hanl times in Russia and partly transactions certainty la Bank re that sion raised the yell and it passed down smile New Providence is mighty close Ravmon oaephia with its early construction having reÂ¬ to the increasing output of Russian mines suitable name would lie Never Found through its great entrance pass thousands Cosby James the h paragraph on the line and the charge was general to Dix River Richardson Laru We lad the appended It is known that the cently taken place A corpse of engin Â¬ for though one can hear the bhock every day to swell the throngs in the great Chinch Fanny Kiver Cury Sublctt Rosenberv Joscphia At Lancaster the residence of G S Tiik Cum w table We h st our colors but recovered them General is a great fisherman and the eers will lie put in the field and work Greenleaf was burnexl Dr T J Hood of its water as thev fall over some subter citys streets This station which a Curtis S E Mrs 2 Roberts M E Mrs f age aaae- I have al Robert Witt aft before the enemy retreated is now at hand when the sport will be pushed rapidly We call the at- Â¬ season ranean precipice and even feel the ice he theatres and hotels and to Diickson Kate of land known M has pun hased the residence of Mrs Jane cold sprav from them if standing close to venicnt to the First National Dank Kich- - ways felt that Syers intrepid conduct will be good But seriously we hope Rogers T the principal business blocks is also con- Ellingsworth Richd Summers L tention of our people to this nad as it E Young and she will remove to whii ne Ford J I Hstr Mrs heretoforeon been held F aa the 1st day of Septemlier was ihrcrving of some public note and with his numerous friends in all this cavity in the earth no one has ever venient to residents of this city for the Gentry Pet will put us in direct connection with vyrran - have always felt the success of our arms ll money of his own varnand live with her son Dr F O section that he will not leave us neer plowed until train leaving Richmond at 105 p m con- Gentry Olive ton Cincinnati Charleston and the West Young Susie little daughter of R A caught a glimpse of the stream acres the tirst cent of money the boy turned apoa that charge All under cultiva Lancaster Hecurd As a sort of experiment and more from nects at Cincinnati with the Chicago II arrs Jeff Representatives of this road will lie in Burnside died George R Beasley an red Terms made earned in his life being in the The company age was less than twenty-n Nuice idleness than any real belief that I could Night Express which all I ires in the great Hill James our citizens our city soon and we trust known on day PERSONAL aged citizen died Wilder M years and averaged over 6ix feet He never spent one cent of one amount accomplish anything I wrote oat on a leal Pennsy Uania Passenger Station at 730 a Hill Thomas J At t will be alive to the enterprise The dis Howard Ianiie money in his life Roberta I vai twenty and six feet three inches his own Samuel Murrell whose application for of my memorandum lionk my full address m The Pennsylvania Line is the shortest decedent will sell a le Mr F B Carr and wife went to Cin- Â¬ tance is 206 miles from Cincinnati to Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m al property soldier of the war of 1S12 and a statement of when and how I com- through route between Chicago and Cin- Â¬ the KM of lames 11 Witt and grandson Mv present weight is 240 pounds cinnati Saturday Middleslwrough Money order and registered letter hours The road will run via a poaaaoa as a 1 W L ARNOLD H McBkayek of laaaai K Witt all of Madison county was recently favorably acted ujion and mitted it to the underground river togeth cinnati and its train service is excellent prompt 7 a m to 6 p in Miss Ik ssie Rayburn and Miss Rella Pineville Manchester Booneville Beat- Â¬ F S Judge W II McBrayer was a B WILLIS r t paid 1174 in arrears did not er with a laqaaat that whosoever aboard Complete information can he obtained reClay City and Mt Sterling who was tyville Harber are in Louisville Viewing the Battle Grounds J H McB cousin not a brother find it would return it to me stating when garding a trip to any city in the NorthMid live long to enjoy it He died last veek a bouse and te ir the via Carlisle to Cincinnati thence Miss Virginia Thompson of Louisville laatje J M Rahh af WaVaaaapon In1nrU Kiuluckinn CUizen K aged 98 according to the newspapers and where the finding took place This west hy addressing I I Roberts Assi knos property dlesborvugh Democrat m visiting Mrs B C Hagerman diana sH nt flllliaaj in Richmond and mile from K which published an account of it but I sealed up in a small pocket llask of thick lant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati MATRIMONIAL Few people have an idea of the vast 102 as Mr Cam Hays states He was rear as Ml Zioii church at dm Miss Battle Owens is visiting her sister which I carried in my jiocket and O The fast Northern Expresss of the pay your Citv tax before Good out b If you do N as a railroad corpo- Â¬ ness of the L which jKint the engagement between the lated to many of the prominet families ot dropped it into the hole where the spray Pennsylvania Lines leaves Cincinnati at the first day not November 1S90 I will be tern garden orchard iVc 1 Col James W Caerton and Miss Mrs Clark in aft Sterling of 48000000 of represents Smith and ration It Oaaaaacaatoa under Kirby this section Stanford Journal Mr Rolicrt Gay of Clark spent Sun from Lost River rises Katie C Photon w ill Iks married to day a m and arrhes in Chicago at 5 to compelled by law to collect a penalty of known on day of sale Sale at stock and a total mileage of 410675 75 the federals under Nelson Ixgan Judge at If not sold on the da Baal out Sll500000 He said he had nearly foitrotten all p m carrying passenger coaches and a ten per cent additional Call and pay The treasury the home of the bride Dreaming day with his sister Mrs J R Burnam but a mere T aaaea 188522 miles of which are owned ed Rabb vanaUaaaataahtter JNO L BAXTER Rev Preston Blake of more than it received last week which aliout the affair when one day last May Pullman 3uffet Parlor Car M Burton has gone over to Creek IIcLhts iS Mr W tC- A R WILL City Collector 1820 absolutely and 100233 miles are con- Â¬ boy and it was his first tight He N Â¬ pronouncing the Thomson Station Clark county to teach seemed to lie enough to satisfy the de- he received from the city of Lyons the Baptist Church trolled through the ownership by the L Baaed many places and recalled numerous Donelson has a quantity of new Sulloans were three per cent France the leaf he had enclosed in the The groom is the well ceremony school The mand as call N of a majority of the stock baeaaaajn lb- aaafce of the great pile of known lawyer and banker of this place against 98 two days previous The spec- llask and a note from one John lVnning- - kies Sunies and Buggies of the newest Mr and Mrs Ballard Million are vis- Â¬ bonded debt has leen decreased from arms anl legs that were amputated in money and those short of ton an English resident of that city who and most popular pattern and at very and the bride is the eldest daughte of iting Mrs Allie Yelton at Milldale near 06726660 to 56177660 The gross ulators in Manaaoa Female Institute then used as a 5- seem to have combined to make said that while out sailing in the Gulf of reasonable figures Thomas Phelps and one of Covington stocks Mr and Mrs earnings for the year were 1884600392 hospital and says it was the bloodiest money scarce one to get high interest Lyons he had found the flask and con most lK autiful and accomplished Sheep For Sale of Anderson the net earnings from traffic 742201 145 Miss Rachel Lilian He n calls Dr Walk- the house he ever saw Only half a the other to get cheap stocks Hie gen- tents on February 21 1880 ladies in Central Kentucky IN BOOK KEEPING THOROUGH IMSTRUCTION PENMANSHIP SHORT HAND TYPE WRITING county who was visiting friends to this and the net surplus after all expenses I have 2300 sheep for sale including er MrCurick and many others now do d AT THE BRYANT public have no interest in this spec- Â¬ TELEGRAPHY ETC ETC friends of the couple will STRATTON BUSINESS C0UE6E SOUTH WEST of the dozen invited deducted being 46127481 Dur- Â¬ eral were county has gone home Ioufimieil The boy soldier is now Julge 1000 select ewes CORKER THIRO AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOGUE FREE Baltimore Journal of ulative business Mr F B Carr agent of the present II II Colyer 10- He says Richmond is one be Circuit Court Mr Oeorge Prewitt and wife of Mont Â¬ ing the year 2814000 were spent in Commerce The favorable impression produced on allowed the generously KCRR The whole number of construction of the Ix st looking towns he ever saw Heights for the gomery Co spent Sunday with her par- Â¬ If you want to buy a Sulky Surrey Ex Governor Warmoth is the Republi- Â¬ the first appearance of the agreeable Au Â¬ train to slop at the passengers carried was 5193630 an in- Â¬ anil ha- - changed wonderfully 6ince ents Mr and Mrs T S Bronston remedy Syrup of Figs a few Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for bridal party and will go out in person can nominee for Congress in the First liquid fruit crease over the number carried last year gust 3M Mr N V White is in the cities pur- Â¬ The couple will go to naporiaaoadL to years ago has been more than confirmed he las the latest best and cheapest of 850455 equal to 1983 per cent At District of Louisiana and promises bv the pleasant experience of all who have chasing a fall and winter stock for the Indicted North for a two weeks tour Srunrinfurlo Not the annual meeting of the stockholders make it warm for General Meyer his used it and the success of the proprietors I have moved my Blacksmith and new dry goods firm of White Allen As the district A aotkietd Ills telegram of the 10th 30000000 01 Democratic opponent at Louisville Wednesday and manufacturers the California Fig Wood Shop to my two story building on THIN COLUMN Mrs J W Kmbry and daughter Miss the stock was represented George The old gave 7627 majority against Warmoth in the Detroit Journal says Syrup Company Third Street and am prepared to do Jacob Shweinfurth Father Weldon and It is universallv conceded that Shylock Zenaida went to Cincinnati Sat unlay to officers were complimented by being when he was a candidate for Governor wood work in a true Board wanted in private family for man blacksmithing and nt a dozen others of the disciples and was a Jew but we think he must have nee ir rjnuiy wno is in a Hospital in retained and there was a general ex- Â¬ two years ago agrinst General Nichols on I employ eight workmanlike manner lo of the Winneliago county heav Â¬ beeaa cannibal as hew anted a iound that city pression of satisfaction in their manage- Â¬ a full vote it does not seem probable that and wife within ten minutes walk of Court skilled workmen Bring your work to has a ghost of a chance of election house Address stating terms C M O Mr W F Francis returned Saturday ment of the great concern Stanford he were before the grand jury yester of human flesh en me and I will guarantee satisfaction 1S 19 No doubt Warmoth will be soundly care Climax of Ireland Scotland day There are none of the inmates of Journal A fellow in Louisville committed night from a tour S L MIDKIFF it trounced as usual Belgium Holland heaven w ftp do not appear to be anx suit ide Friday In cause he could not England France For Over Fifty Years Work is progressing rapidly along the UEf Wissixiw3 SoOTHiso Stbcp ba heeii nseil for Houses For Rent Father find work to do It works just the other Switzerland and Italy ious to give their testimony The marriage of Prof Augustus E Wilfiver tuty years DJ mini its 01 miinmior mtrir line between Richmond and Beattyville cnuaren wmif reeimuu with perfect succrfts it Houses of three four or five rooms for Walesa with iiis venerable and band wav in most localities they kill them Miss Katie Gibliens who has been Thirteen miles of the road east of Rich- Â¬ liams and Miss Alice B Stagg was cele- Â¬ AnotJuMi thfl child Rofteuft thi frums allays all loin cures cille and is the hst remedy for DlarMRS A WARD it voice and jotient learing is necessary visiting Miss Danallie Cornelison of this mond is ready for the rails having been brated at Harrodsburg at 1030 oclock on rha windwill relieve the poor Uttle sufferer lm rent It selves because a little work every Sold Wedneslay The bride is a lovely young meillately cents aby Druitgists In ana awport of tho made s deep impression upon the jurors 3- county for the past month has returned accepted by the construction company r 25 Be sure ior world bottle The subjoined is from a Glade Tenn WlnsloWs SooUUns Syrup and take no other kind laughters five sons and Apostle reader of the Climax to her home at Lexington Major McCarty told the Eagle that with lady and is very popular with all who Hume arc agents for first Bcrnam and th all gave their testimony If you havent but little money to spend class insurance companies Try them Mr and Mrs J C Ballard of Rich thirty days ot good weather he would know- her She is a graduate of DaughtMk Thix Editor or Tuis Colimn iota and all of the Class of 88 The groom go lo P M Popes and buy what you CM Jfaonc of them varied an Sluwahan ers College You like a joke as well as any one and Ill mond were here this week attending the finish his contract 33 3 iS- their evidence went to show that they write vou one that occurred here some Dunlap meeting Mrs Ballard is a sister has his work marly completed With is the professor of instrumental music at want off the 5 cent counter Daughters College and is the eldest son lived happy and blameless lives It is days since five weeks of suitable weather the grad pro of Mrs Dunlap Lancaster lticoul Old Brother Ooad Hon Jampti B MrCreary Louisville Tobacco Market I not thought pssihle that the grand jury Gourd is a baptist of prouueed opinions ing can oe finished to the river opposite of Prof and Mrs John Augustus Wil- Democratic Candidate for Congress in By Miss Nettie Phelps daughter of Mr S Ulover 4 Durrett Louisville Tobacco will Ik- - warranted in doing anything Brother M is a melhodist Brother M B Phels and Miss Jennie Phelps Irvine The timber for the Drowning liams The ceremony was performed by the Eighth Congressional District of KenWare House Williams further asked Brother Goad why the kiptists al daughter of Mr M A Phelps have gone Creek bridge is being hauled from Rich Â¬ President tucky will address the people as follows Sales on our market for the week jut mond The Irvine bridge contractors The increase in the taxable property in so much when they to school at Btoanfotd Connecticut sing wavs Lawrencburg Thursday October 16th closed amount to 2822 hhds witb receipts tireat Sale of Lots are rushing things and hope to have Mecklenburg countv N C is remarka- Â¬ Sales Brother Goad squared himself for the same period of 1181 hhds preach Salvisa Friday October 17th Mrs H H Fowler of Medcville v October on our market since January tst amount and putting on his best pulpit air deliv- Â¬ Pennsylvania who was visiting Mrs J everything ready for the middle span ble In 1870 the county issued 300000 Harrodsburg Saturday October 18th Investment Company to 122478 hhds The rails for the n bonds and took 200000 stock in the high water effect that We bap Gideon Taylor has gone home Danville Monday October 20th Among before i50 lots in the ered himself to the Prices for the beter grades of burley to- Â¬ will offer for sale road are at Nicholasville and there is Charlotte and Atlanta Air Line Railroad ah Nicholasville Tuesday October 21st bacco in good condition remain very other objects of interest she went to see nothing apparently to prevent the com- Â¬ The tists aint like you little methodists Richmond Dillingham and 1 J0000 stock in the Atlantic Tenstrong the supply of such tobacco not be nt have our sermons rit out ah Mammoth Cave Lancaster Monday October 27th sale will begin at 10 oclock The terms T all ami iV At that time pletion of the road to the river opposite nessee and Ohio Railroad ing in excess of the present urgent de h I till MJV 1AJIM 1 m Vllca oliv rv l ii i Mt Vernon Tuesday October 2Sth Miss Carrie Fonnan is teaching in the Irvine by the first af Decemtier Capt the aggregate property in the county was uoerai mand All grades of burley tobacco out i h- oh Wt o McKee Wednesday October 29th of condition and tfie common grades reConservatory of Music Cincinnati and Hanger will finish his contract from Ir- Â¬ onlv 4093000 in 1880 it had increased 50x200 to 300 feet and are all desirable to gardless of condition are irregular with Richmond Monday November 3rd Mr vine to Millers creek during the present to 5903610 and in 1890 it sums up a ier lo Miss Mary Forinan is in Virginia Ap General BVknaps Fnneral Speaking will commence at t P M teudercy to lower prices The new crop M G Y Forman is engaged in a railroad found Street cara gas and be may now be considered as practically month and move his force to Old Land- Â¬ grand total of 9115780 Again in 1870 each day Cr noral Belknaps funeral took placo ading in every office in Cincinnati housed but in sorre localities has been Son and A E there was but151500 railroad property in ing and assist McCann from St Johns Church at half past 10 A fair division of time will be allowed greatly damaged by unfavorable weather tion No Ftairnant water or miasi A largo Mr Robert Elkin of Gallatin Tenn Co the county for taxation whereas in 1890 Thursday morning Gooch their work Elevier in oclock any candidate for Congress conditions and we are promised another tionable poisons r of array and navy officers and ting is visiting his brother Mr Reuben Elkin have a force of convicts at work between there is 627686 railroad property on crop abundant in damaged tubacco and many blue kind High lieautiful nt public officials at College Hill after an absence of VI Millers Creek and Old Landing Irvine which the county gets taxes Littles Barber Shop Removed The following quotations fairly repren zens of Washington motort idl lotK It vou ha years He is 72 years old straight as Eagle George T Little has removed his bar- sent our market for burley tobacco Â¬ Ex Senator Norwood recently addressand followed the reTrash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 an Indian and in good health r and ex Cabinet offi Â¬ What Richmond needs is a morning ed an open letter to Governor John B ber shop down street to the house former- to 3 popalatioa Richmonds ad G B Hale left Saturday for Lou- Â¬ cd- by Sanders cigar store secMr Colory Trash 400 to Soo cer to tho gin train from the North ami we are sure Gordon of Georgia The letter was a ly occupied business an investment can not Common Lugs not colory 3 30 to 500 He ires isville to attend the meeting of ithe that Stanford Lancaster and Winches- Â¬ lengthy one and the ex Senator attempt ond door from Herndons corner of Richm be a mood one Think Colory Luge 3oo to 1400 Iadcted fw Harder ned Grand Lodge of the I O G T to be ter will join her in an application to the ed to overwhelm the Governor with rid invites his old patrons and the public gen mills gas water rail schools Common Leaf 700 to 900 At Leavenworth Kaa tho grand jury Customers promptly held in that city organizing October 13th Kentucky Central to put on a morning icule and sarcasm Among other things erally to call Â¬ oo to t6 00 Medium to Good Leaf turnpikes anil returned indictments against Chas Ben was a delegate Goxi to Fine Filers t6 00 train from Paris to Stanford People in the Governor was addressed as John waited upon Everything clean and first son and Mrs RauUahn for the murdor- mi to which he CALL or a nun SEE it TO POST OFFICE 2 Sated Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 33 00 It was expected by c ass and the best of work done bv Dr J G Chinn of Lexington spent northern parte of the counties of Madi- - Boycott Gordon of Mrs Mettman The jury recommendbe in th ho admitted to ed that Mrs Rautiahn 1 1 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ar of Ixmisville a Central riiivcrity has leen teacher in the Preparatory name which he and his late cousin have Eld J S Sweeney was re elected pasneat of that institution and has since Male famous as manufacturers of tor of the Christian church Sunday by old Bourlon his bdtors It is bettered the Salt River Tigers an almost unanimous vote to serve his Id a lot in their 21st vear Although suffering intensely turned the fate of battle at Buena Vista next to the Three Forks rail- from lumbago Eld Sweeney preached a in this wise The Mexican and Ameriooan- Wicklifle Harri of I Â¬ The Terrill Weed Congress prohibiting bok making and Sunday with Dr Foster of thiscity Dr The white blossom weed that is now pool selling in the District of Columbia Chinn is in his ninety third year and has seen in every direction all over Central Capt R B Terrill has sold to Wm been a member of the Christian Church Kentucky is known as the Terrill weed Austin of Emporia Kansas for 10000 for about sixty years being one of the baoaaae it first appeared on the farm of the following horses Kittie Rodes by oldest members of that church in the Reverlev 8 Terrill of this county United States A special service was The Paymaster dam by Smiths Black Hawk wel is thought to have liecn brought by Queen Rene by King Rene dam by hehl Sunday afternoon at which time a lot of cattle from Virginia in which Paymaster Ioctor made some appropriate re- Rachel Wilkes bv Count State it is called the frost weed from the Wiike dam by Paymaster Ethel T by marks fact that it does not bloom until about Gambetta Wilkes dam by Paymaster Mr Wm A Langford of White Hall the time frost usually comes Mabel T by Jamlietta Wilkes dam by Ky who has been visiting Mr R G It is a troublesome wool but not so Paymaster Kittie Wilkes by Gambetta Tribble and familv of this county for much as the rag weed or iron weed Wilkes dam by Paymaster Cecil Wilkes the past few weeks returned home The crop varies being much thicker on by Gambetta Wilkes dam by Paymas- Monday morning Mr Langford seems the ground some seasons than others ter Pattie Clay by Gilroy dam by to feel kindly toward Missouri and eviA farmer tells us that it is equal to American Clay Gilroy Maid by Stran- dently hag a decided fondness for How clover for enriching land ger dam by Gilroy Lou Ellen by ard county Just where the special atFitzhue dam by Gilroy King Russell traction lies among the many we know Good Investments by Mambrino Russell dam by King not but if Mr Langford will listen to Laat Novenilmr the Blue Grass Cor dage Comiiiiny booeht of Col J W Rene Miss Clay by C F Clay dam by sage counsel he will lose no time in reKing Rene Bessie Wilkes by Stranger moving to Howard county GUimjou Craig for 10000 about V acres of land dam by Count Wilkes Black Wilkes Central Mimwrian with residence and other outbuildings by Vandal Wilkes dam by Harriss The many handsome compliments on it valued at 4000 They have sold Denmark Pattie C by Fitzhue dam by bestowed on Miss Jennie Faulkner by some 12000 worth of lots refused Gray Ragle Katydid by Fitzhue the neighborhood press occasioned by S5 for another portion of the projer dam by Ixxiugton HamMetonian the recent appointment noted in the ty which if accepted would make a Record as a Lady Commissioner to the total of 170 iO and yet leave the Bktek RELIGIOUS Worlds Fair is extremely gratifying to hoklers over half of the land including The Ross Shire Journal published at her home people She is a daughter of all of tliat portiaa lying nearest the railDingwall Scotland says that Rev our former well known and jiopular roads and depots Jevtyeioun Tinier George O Barnes the Kentucky moun- countryman Col Jno K Faulkner Spiire J II Powell ltought the Walker place in Richmond for 14000 tain evangelist has evidently gained the Miss Jennie inherits many of the lovable traits of character and of pereon that He has sold off 19500 worth and has ear of the peopten Miss Bettie Elder J L Allen has been conducting distinguished her mother one of the finest houses in town and a who at the time of a very successful meeting at Kings Bell of Danville large jort of the land left Mountain during the past two weeks her marriage was one of the most charmMost Noted Conpany in Mexieaa War The interest has increased from day to ing young women of that highly culturThe anaaaaaty from Anderson county day and thirty three additions to the ed community jAjneater Record in the Mexican war was called The church has thus far been the result Salt River Tigers from their coming Dant ilk Adroraie ABOUT RAILROADS from the region watered by the classic Elders Crieghton and Stevens of Ohio stream and from their invincible appear The K C now runs a through car will commence a meeting at Bethel ance the men averaging about six feet way of Paris from Richmond by church this county Friday night beand 42 of them measuring above that fore the third Sunday in into Lexington every afternoon without this month A height the Captain him- elf standing six basket dinner will be served on the the 20 minutes for dinner at Winchesfeet three inches with 240 pounds grounds Sunday A cordial invitation ter weight McPrayer John H was his is extended to all The Kentucky Central has added two Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son Lincoln Garrard and Clark can not go to their county seats and back home in a day over the K C but can go to Cincinnati Louisville and Lexington The consequence is that trade is going to those cities that Richmond Stanford Iincaster and Winchester should have A train from Paris to Stanford in the morning returning in the evening would give the people on the north sides of the towns mentioned an opjiortunity to spend the day in town The caitor of The Climax accompanied by Mr F B Carr the Richmond agent went to Cincinnati last Saturday and talked to the K C officials about the additional train and they are considering the practicability thereof It seems to us that the train that arrives here at 2 p m could lie moved up to reach here at i a m Let us go to work and secure the train Â¬ Â¬ Slate of Kiiiluckv Oct 2nd 1SU0 NnHnnnl Bunk of lif oonilitnil of lit Hirli Illotnl in tinhi Uio cIumj of twill Uio First T ElORTof tlieeonditionof theppaer TiKIoKTof the condition of the the 11 National Banku Hiclimontfuusiuctm I V National Bank Ricbmo rutie in lveinucK itiecoaeui Stale of Kniuck ai the close of 111 October 2 ISA October 2 lam buslu RESOURCES Loans anil Discounts Overdraft- - wiml nnil unsecured U S Bomls in st iiireln illation Stocks Ferunlies iidKiinntsclaiins rw Duefrimi apirovii reserve agents Due from nUii r National tanks Doe from stmc Bnnka and linkers Uankinie lionsi furniture ami fixt- Â¬ ures Current expenses ami taxes paid Rllis of other Ranks Fractional paper currency nickels and cents Specie Notes I1al Tender fund with U S Treiis- Redemption urcroper cent of circulation KrOURCE8 3fj77ri 07 50i tttti 2D W 7111 I i1 StockssecuritiesjiiilKiiuntsrlainis etc Loans and discounts Overdrafts secured and unsecured U s Bonds to cart i ireulilion Due from approved reserve agents Due from other Haifa mil Bnnka I265W2 53 51000 00 1701 1 u 09 00 00 55 50 00 10 RESOURCES JHMM 67 Loans and discounts 1SS08 00 Overdrafts secured and unsecured to secure circulation inJM 00 lionls D S Bonds to secure deposits 75000 00 StocksM curlties IS MT 1115 hi 3tl 2W0 2J 7410 Oil I 14 lOiiou oo 3000 00 00 si line fiom Stale Kaiks ami hankers 1048 Ranking - house furniture uml 5500 tlxtun s Current expense and taxra paid Checks ami other raah items 7J0 Dills f other Lanks Fractional paper cuneuev ulckeU 9 and ccrls 12619 Specie Redemption fwnd with I S Treas- Â¬ 2250 urer 5 per cent of circulation fixtures Current excuses ami taxes pai Bills oi other Ranks Fractional pajier currency nickels and cents Specie Laaal tender notes Redemption fund with I Treas Â¬ urer per cent of circulation Hie from state Banks and Imukers Banking house furniture and J Hue fr Due f lal Ranks 8000 00 1610 CO li500 00 7110 00 1700 00 or REPORT of the conditionRiehm Bask lose uf State of Kentucky U October i use RESOURCES MWS15 at Loans and diacom Overdrafts secured and oimriiraa V U S Bonds to secure circulation Due from approved reserve scents II- Due from or Due from State banks and bankers Current expenses and taxes paid 131 other Banks Fractional paper currency nickels cents and Specie Legal Tender N MB Keoeiiu turn fun nre JM Due from I Ire than 5 per cent redemption fund - tlSeoad Total IIAIHLITIES 5755ul 01 Total LIABILITIES 1 S1224 Total NEWS PARAGRAPHS It is claimed Capital stock paid in 4MMM Capital stock paid in B000U 00 Surplus fund Surplus fund Ilidivilt d profits Undivided profits 4ooo oo National Bank notes outstanding National Rank notes outstanding Individual dejioMts snl jict to check llllili m Individual depoHitSHUoJect to check Dui toother National Ranks h lui to oilier National liaiiks 713 i Due to Slate Ranks and bankers Due to State Banks and bankers T 1 LIABILITIES riOOjat W Capital stock paid in Tajam Surplus fund Undivided profits ilOOO 00 National Rank notes outstanding Inatdeposll J5t 73 Total LIABILITIES ck paid in So3i7M a i Uil ri V- - iioo oaa il Total 8TATK OK KENTUCKY COUKTT OK 755ol C i Total STATE OK KKNTIl KY County of Madison WI l 10 i Â¬ llsre discountei iSOS 01 LUooo mi that the phosphat intercuts Maiiison Total Â¬ Â¬ I J E Oreenleaf of Florida represent a capital of 10000 ashler of the aliove nained hank do solemnly swear that the 000 above statement Is true to the best of my A Baltimore man has been sent to knowledge and belief J E OliEKSiEAF Cashier jail for opening a letter addressed to Subscribed and sworn to before me this 0th day of Oct iCDo person another Jso W Crookk Jr Notary Public J T Lasley formerly of Boyle and LinÂ¬ I S s Parkea l ashlar ol the lilsive nameil hank bo solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the lest of iny know ivv a STATS OK KKXTI IDISOX I Totl j ledge and belief 1M day of Oct ashler Bahambad and sworn to be fore ae tins Hh S PA KICKS i s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ iEn Â¬ splendid chair cars to the Lexington and Cincinnati Fast Line They cost 10000 each and are the handsomest care ever on the road A summary of railroad construction in the Cnited States in the first nine months of ISitO shows that 3782 miles of new road have already lieen built in States and on 212 different lines The States showing the largest amount of new mileage are Georgia 323 miles Montana 312 North Carolina 226 and Washington 207 coln counties was killed in a street tight at Branford Florida Mi s Katie Yeager daughter of James A Yeager of Garranl county and Mr Claude Tuttle of Sherman Texas were married last week Gen Tubal A Earley was caught and buried under a falling wall at Lynchburg Ya Tuesday He was rescued after JO minutes work only slightly hurt A monument to the memory of Dr Robt Morris the poet laureate of Mason was unveiled at La ry in Kentucky Grange last week with masonic honors The Montgomery Court of Claims fixed the salary of the officials ol that county is follows County Judge IUM0 County Attorney 500 County Superintendent Â¬ Cokkect Attest J WCAPKRTON W If IRV1HK VDirectors ISHELUY IRVINE Robt R Bcrkam Notary Public Cohkkct Attest THUS J SMITH JOHN BENNETT N JONES I Directors STATE OK KENTUCKY I J ston r of the abov- eWalke County ot Muiiou nam to the bev n Chenault Cashier of the above named bank do solcninly swear that the to the best of my Matement to roan knowledge ami belief worn to before C D CIIKNAILT Caslner Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of Oct Ilk day of Oi R E Turlev Notary Public s l Iikathekaoe Notary Public correct A COKUECT Attest W T TEVtS A R BURNAM D W IK 11 li DILiINOIHM Direclors Directors Ti N R DEATH EKAUE Ii tm - -- valki - 500 Â¬ The great Plaza Hotel in New York city is finished The entire cost tf the hotel up to the present time is not far from 3000000 There arc over 400 rooms in it Charles Eginton aged To years fi inner ly of Winchester died at Covington He came to Winchester in 1813 and for fifty years was member of the bar of that city He leaves estate valued at 30000 Engineer Charles W Harris was kill- Â¬ ed at Yan Meters Station on the Louis- Â¬ A train ville Southern last Tuesday liacked over him after he had fallen over a rock that had leen placed mi the road The footings of the Potter Incll liabilities at Boston have been toothed and the indebtedness of all kinds is found to 000i00 The direct have been about indebtedness in the banks is about 5000 Â¬ some that the Governor would rejoin in his usual dashing and impetuous style hut that expectation has been diaap jsiinted Being asked for his rejoinder the Governor handed a representative of the Atlanta Constitution a sheet of paI shall lie per on which was written content to leave the paofta of Georgia to That reply to Mr Norwoods letter was all I ast May Frank Can- who was at the head of a party ol peddlers from Cincin- Â¬ nati with headquarters in this city started out on his usual trip throiigh In June Breathitt and Owsley counties the halanee of the party returned rj this place to meet Carr who did not show up After waiting several days tin y lecanie alarmed about his safety as he carried between So0 and 400 in cash They went to Cincinnati and se cured detectives to trace him Last week thev found bis body near St Hel ens Lee county Ky It was in a badly decoanpoBBd condition The hack of his head had been beaten in with I0BM Suspicion waa against blunt iiisttuiueiit one John YandcrpiMil who has been arrested and placed in jail at LYattyville Â¬ - CUURESLONDKNLE MORRILL JACKSON COUKTT LIVE LI STOCS MARKET SEPOST hy GKHEM KMLKV e Stock Commission Merciiau- - al I inclu uali Union Stock Yard- and Covington Stock Yards ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The lasses making days ate come The sweetest of the year The tough jack pulling brings the boys And girls from far and near Some sickness is reported A post office has been established at Kirby Knob Mrs Dollings died last Saturday night of old age The Superintendent R J Englc reports schools more prosperous than in the past Last month James and foe 11 1 1 in en gaged in a brotherly row Jots left lower He is better rib was severed Foddering and bean pulling are about over Once in a 6hort thime we are treat- Â¬ ed to gritted bread as old corn is scarce The contested election resulted in J N Cultons favor but Luncford declared his intentions of having the office himself and took an appeal Larkin Powells spouse took French leave and he alleged some ot his money She was arrested lie offered to forgive if she would return She was acquitted Others were a rested with same result Prof Wm S Broadhurst of Lovisviile Sunday school evangelist was at the annual meeting of the Disciples at McKec He organized a Sunday 4th and 5th school of fifty The meeting was reported as successful and warm A minister took Esaw selling his birthright as the basis for a sermon on vote- selling A vote seller took exception he said to another preacher that Rro A preached that Esaw sold his vote and n the bible the chapter of said it was two Xs an A and two Is Last week was remarkable for the num ber of marriages taking place Thev were Bob Ross and Jennie Harrison Peter Powell and Rcnnie Baker James Shearer and Sallie Baker and V II Logs on whose girl we failed to identify this was going on James Azbill and hi wife parted companv Cincinnati Ohio Oct Good to Extra Fair to Good I3 1S90 4 00 3 75M 4 00 2 oo 3 ooci 3 2j t-7 2 1 75Q 2 23 SHIPPING CATTLE Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good All persons indebted to the estate of DR JOE T HOOD will please call on or before the tth of November iH counts will be put in the hat I lJI 21 CHALE Adm DISSOLUTION NOTICE BUTCHER CATTLE to Extra Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxt 3 50 3 3 3 2 2it 3 3 THE partnership between Drs Vnnings and Gibson is by mu this dj business as soon will be placed in the 65 but settlements can be made a 40 of them Richmond Kv 7 3 00 Turkeys Wanted Irs Lee Maipin HLZ3ANTMILLIN2RY LOST ANNOUMCEMENTS Two Steer Cattle three-year-o Â¬ Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Â¬ Â¬ PUBLIC SALE Â¬ Â¬ 74 ACRE S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ City Tax Notice Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iiJMMtmdiLs T J timuen 5- P M POPE IIEAIHIIAKTEHS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For all kinds of Hardware Coal Vases Coal Hods Tongs Shovels Stoves and 2- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tinware of ever description Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - - ia - GUNS AND AMMUNITION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1 tooo 9 SKI Mt IP I RIJBE BURROW a The A SPARK TO POWDER Thirteen Lives Lost by an Explosion In the Dopont Work In Delaware Several startling explosions in quick succession some counted five others seven at 330 p m Tuesday announo- ed to Wilmington Del a disaster at the Dupont Powder Works on the Bran- Ono of tbe magazines went off dywlnc first and tbe rolling and drying mills near by set off by the concussion fol Â¬ There were lowed in rapid succession sucÂ¬ seven distinct at least Du- Â¬ The explosions cessive Mills extend along Powder pont the Brandy wine chiefly on the west bank and close to the water for about two miles There are some fifty houses in habited by tbe employos of the powdo mills clustered there and they arc all 1 he darnape to property can wrecked not be thoroughly estimated yet The force of the concussion even broko windows in some parts of Wilmington four or five miles away Thirteen em ployes were killed and nine or ten ser- Â¬ iously injured The dead were all em- Â¬ ployed by tbe company and were in and exploded about the mills that missing ore workmen Several and are believed to have boon blown into fragments The wounded received their injuries among the walls of their falling houses and by broken glasses and The first explosion oc- Â¬ flying debris curred in one of the packing mills where a workman named Iran was re ceiving a can of hexagonal powder to bo ship for the use of the Tnitod States In some way a spark com- Â¬ Government municated to the can and it blew up In- Â¬ stantly the packing mill exploded fol Â¬ lowed by the other mills in the upper yards Â¬ r i Mi HI 1 pi j Notfd Outlaw Captnred A Bi Farccmlullv Carried Out Tuesday afternoon in South Marengo Ala Jobn McDuffie and others sent out by the Southern Express Company cap Â¬ tured the genuine Rube Burrows As previously reported he was making his way back to Lamar County and has been in Marengo the past few days with de tectivos assiUd by deputy sheriffs close on his trail since Sunday Tues Â¬ day McDuffie came upon Bube who tad stepped in a house out of the rain the house being near Myrtle rillo Marengo County McDuffie arÂ¬ ranged wtb two colored men to go into the house ostensibly for some other Bube had placed bis rifle in a purpose corner of the room but had his pistols on Ln The negroes engaged him In conversation and then grabbed his arms Ho ng blm from shooting f lored men desperately un til McDuffie and others arrived when they succeeded in overpowering and se- Â¬ curely tying the noted desperado and train rol bcr McDuffie went to Lin di aiaj afternoon with Bubo hand and foot Mazeppa in front horse on his ion He had only W on his per of him The reward offered for Bube 6on capture is SSiO0 The whole town is in a great tela of excitement incident to capture There was originally five en in the Burrows gang and all five ted Superinten i ba dent Afi f soys that about 810000 have beer spent in the capture of Bube and LIjrang Rube dooe not hesitate to ac knowledge his name and identity Uo will be tuken to Deoiopolia Ala M ssrs McDuffie J U Carter and the two negroeg captured Burrows hout a drop of blood being spilt Burrows held up the Illinois Central train at Duck Hill Miss Decetn In July of that same year L killed Postmaster Gardner of Jewell Lajajaaf County for recognizing him The robbery of the express car on the H I lie a-- Ohio at Buckatunna Miss iowod for participation in which his pul Bube Smith was sentenced to twen Â¬ ty years the job being done September The holding up of the Louis- 1 -- THE BEST IS OUR- - CENTRAL UNIVERSITY KY mm k FIFE m-- a gA-OrO-r- J L J ZX J GLOVES RICHMOND NEXT SESSION OPENS Wish to inform the public that T Ramsey is no longer con Ramsey Necled with the Corner Dry Joods Store since selling his interest to W D Oldham but is now running Wcdnes da Sept 10 1890 i PERK MILLER HAT Bid for Your Trade HUR Fall and Winter purchase was made U with a view of offering the best qualiOur prices may ties at lowest figures THESE COLLEGES Fourteen partments of Study De Â¬ Classsical Scientific and Letters Courses Leading to Bachelor B A 13 S and BL ami Master M A M S and M L Degrees Also Commercial and Elec- tive Courses A full faculty of able and experienced men each a specialist in his department Attendance last sc Mon izO from 2 States and Territories New Gymnasium More than 100000 added to the endowment last year Expenses moderate 240 for 175 to tuition board washing and servants i attention Â¬ THE PALACE Cash Dry roods 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 jiublio generally to call on him lie can sell them goods cheaper than he has ever sold We have se them before cured the services ol Mr Jreen as salesman and Miss Hazel wood nd Mrs Million as anil guarantee salesladies general protection to ladies Now is the and children lime to buy your goods ours are so low that we may have p soon in lo mark them place of down We now have on hand and daily receiving a splendid stock of 11 LYONS UMBRELLAS vd W B BRIGHT WS 1 HUME to startle but they will not vex the careful buyer T CO B BRIGHT W SICCESSOKS OF BRIGHT M DEALERS IN fZIUsILnrnIsrvnJJJnlsJltfn 2 PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT PROF K L PuLLIAM MA Principal and two aaaiataata gtre undivided atten tion to the thoiough instruction and discipline ot pupils The new Gviniiasium contains a large studv hall leatcd with tingle dek conve- nient recitation rooms and all the equipment of a tirst class training school Careful attention given to physical to the training Students have ant gymnasium and go through daily drills under I In- direction of a Piofe sor Oratorical diill throughout the year For further particulars or catalogue ap ply to L II BLANTON Chancellor Â¬ - 3 i Nhole mtorlbJI LOCOMOTIVE iCng tneer EXPLODES g g J 0 jj 2 jIbbstJ HS firM WANTS THE 1 II h jlj M 3 FINE SHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods i V V Hotel at v -- a fin 106S J - Fcrcign and Dcmsstic Dress Gcis9 Ladies and Gents Furnishing Joods Clothing Hats Roots Shoes Trunks in fact everything kept in a lirst class store We call especial atten tion to our suits of Â¬ Â¬ i WEST MAIN die Ala Nashville train at Flomaton last raid and occurred tember 1 at 11 oclock at night this l was his FIVE MEN DROWNED Three of Them Irotrnr They Overload a 11 persons were drowned in the and the Knicker bocker ice houses at Kinkora N Sunday afternoon by the capsizing of a Solomon Fletcher boat Ism her aged aged thir Fletcher aged i Murray aged for Mat ty three aad Aionzo Tannon agedtwen reo were brothers Kinkora and were em- All river neur 1 The I brickyard mglng twenty three D i very cieap and strong arrangement c or weight ol BURNED TO A CRISP flat roofs spreading apart giving the appear Â¬ building that most Tcrrllle Injuries to Two Founilrymen by ance of a broken undelrall shown in hack is ItlaM Iuruare the - were After the accompanying engraving take stiff n of a the rafters arc in position fatal blast furnace in the foundry of Charles board stuff one by four inches and nail one end to the rafter about one third of New Alhary ind ere drawing off a la-the cupola explod- a shower of molten k over tho Knaul ani fart of Ma lace was burned to lie was also terribly burned BTttOXG llAFTKli-TIK-a knocked il hack in a pool of tbe distance from tho top nailing tho The explosion was caused other end to tbe beam or in absom a beam to tbe studding or joists Where pa r they those rafter tb are also securely nailed TboM tics RUBE BURROWS KILLING placed upon every second or third pair Va llellbrrately Mar Thut II of rafters make the most solid kind of Â¬ mid Mutilated by the Detec a roof that will never sag even when tive or tried here that Rube Burrows was covered with slate heavy snow Â¬ with Deputy by tbe wind Tiiis plan is far prefera- Â¬ but that ho ble to the common one of simply nail ipo puro by ing a strip from one rafter to the other adds strength to id Carter and the this plan s but little nd utilated in tbe entire stru used Amerif known would be more rightful ican Agriculturist functured with CholeraB Awful Wort i unmrntionable tndig Horrible accounts come from the Red dThe at to his the condition of the cholera vica reporter at Sul tims The Arabs and strangers In that iead body and have section are dying by scores Persona are rofound sensation afaai with cholera and die within an hour with clenched teeth and bodies Dillon and 0 Brlen terribly drawn up Birds and dogs lead rt detectives pa Qonstown harbor all day Sunday in on the corpses which the people aro afraid to touch and vast flocks all the tugs at tures dispute for the prey with tho four passengers Prom tbe interior of rla aad Wisconsin aloard Mail footed scavengers ving from Cork were also Arabia tbe accounts are fully as heart- Â¬ lent that tbe author rending and the victim aro said to bo io not think Messrs OBrien and numbered by thousands have yet succeeded in leaving Avant Courier and hope to in- Thomas Gill M T arrived in New York Sunday lie says the Irish Na Local Option Is Constitutional tionalists are not coming to Atncriea igan Supreme urt has s39 for charity but to seek aid for Ireland local option law in a test case in her struggle for liberty lie says tho by John W Took who want financial resources of the llomo Rulo iloon in Van Buren Coun- Â¬ party which has spent over STIOOtm in ty which had voted dry The court do the struggle have been practically ex- Â¬ that the law is constitutional hausted bou feet iiise in an In at oat with a single sail ke land between the ico e their boat was up and Fireman Itarily Scalded and Otherwise Injured An engine attached t a Chicago and Erie westrbound freight broke down at Point Ind and Engine M Edward Murphy engineer and Geo Kirhy fireman was sent out from Huntington to take the train on to Chicago When in a deep cut two miles west of Hunt The front end ington 69 exploded was blown out and flew a distance of four hundred fcot The fire box and boiler are totally wrecked and ono driving wheel was forced nearly off its axlo In fact the engine is only fit for the scrap heap Engineer Murphy was badly scald ed and jumped off and broko his leg Fireman Kirhy was blown from the engine cab back over the tender and fell He is so badly burned on the track and scalded that recovery is doubtful The engine ran about seven hundred feet the wheels keeping the track The explosion was heard for miles around and in a few minutes qufto a crowd had gathered The first man tc arrive found Engineer Murphy crawling up the track on his hands and knees train with a lantern to Bag which was due in a lew minutes The man relieved him and succeeded in stopping the passenger train at the en trance to the cut Murphys presence of mind and heroism saved what certainly would have Veen an awful wreck Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 5 M Mil aSfi3S fV- - m j1 lA FlIOJEEMCJNri - - - IEISrTTTOKY IMIoliTFO I lowen hwiapoi THROUGH CAR LINE 3rvk jHiSrak t MACKINAC a INK ok QMa i Li - - tKJL 3fisr i Jm BxruuiJiJxruxrutJTiiJxruTnjTnxutruir Commencing July 1st there will be es tablished a through line of firtt clas Vea tibuted Pullman and Wagner Sleeping Cars dailv between Cincinnati I lav ton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and all principal resorts of the Ipper Peninsula BOYS CLOTHING at 125 -Made MENS UNDERWEAR INECKWEAROo T rJ one of - otMichiganviatheCil D R R IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF Mens and Boys Cofhing Boots and Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Etc THE Gents Etc SES0H1 BHI1ER ASSORTHEIIT OF TBE A GooJ Support for Roofe set A iillmnj i So Great in Assort men t So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAP in Price GIVE and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleepers will le attached to trains leaving Cincinnati at ooo p m daill except Saturdav returning leave Mackinaw at i a m daily except Sun lav The advantages secured by purchaaing through tickets via this route composed of such favorable anil well known lines a Dayton R R the Cincinnati Hamilton and Michigan Central Ry imiit be apparent to all first class travel No other line can offer such adrantage a- to accommodations and route allowing stop over at Toledo and Detroit then continuing your journey to the most lovely resorts on the An arican continent lor pamphlets pertaining to Mackinac Island and other nimtner rcfortl readied via this line write to any agent of the C I 11 R K or to E O McCormick General Paaaengrr and Ticket Agent No 200 We t Fourth Street Cincinnati O Â¬ - INSURANCE BURNAM HUME The Oldest and Strongest American Companies Alterfbrwood CustomRoots and Shoes below cost and other custom made best brands of Shoes all very cheap A splendid line of all kinds of Shirts Over and Under froir 15cts to 2 below cost We sell the best 5 and 10 cent Handkerchiefs and Hosiery in the Ladies White Farty city Kid Cloves 35 to 40 cents to 10 cents Crashes from per yard les than cost Jood Calico 4cts Challies 4 and Nice 5 cents less than cost Lace Red Sets 125 Lice Curtains a big line and cheap and Curtain Poles Comforts A good line of ients lants to close out 50 to 75 cents below cost Over alls 35 els Dont buy your Â¬ Â¬ yjette TJsj - i FULLDRESSSHIRTS I J C t -- o O wr OLIVER PLOWS 1 - c C in LOA iols ILL X5 r IS A CALLAND1VKWILL GIVE YM A NORTH AMERICA T SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS Wo will until yoti see ours have in a few lavs lie finest line of best filling Cloaks in Richmond and we have many other special bargains Il you will come ft HSB9 tv v imDITC 0 CHBOLFIEIMCO UlllLtfiO c - l r ir 1 T and look we will be glad to show you all through lite stock The Only One Price Cash Clothiers IV Ramsey I 1 LADIES COME TO OUR ROCK BOTTOM RATES InT Dont torm t our Fanners National Rink BURNAM N a itlu e is Fife at the HUME IT IS NECESSARY In - TMween Barna Country stores and Milling property ap ei10s w BH MADISON Â¬ Female Institute mMiooI These Days for MERCHANTS The Ihirty third tension of thU noted for oung ladies ami ijiils will open on -- GBAND OF Tuesday September 9th of competent teachers Prices reasonaAdmirable Cuiriculum A full corps ble TO LIE Hardware Awake Nights to Devise Means to Attract Trade The SHACKELFORD -- ron sxijiz by DKALEIW IN ALL KINDS OP- - GENTRY FirnislilDi Goods Tinware Wooflenware AND WAGON House Â¬ For Catalogues or other particulars call on or address o- BLACKSMITHS MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL - BC 11 AGERMAN Trin Managers of the Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds The for Mri Fremont women of California have started oi toouu io purcnase a uome ior Hms if tw General Fiemont tti tJK tm1H n t rtT ing crop dui onricnes ino son ior luiuro crops A FruiT tnulchin is too much neglected mn-U7- - ViolrtQ High Art Novelties IN Gfl RRJAGES1 NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES RACKET STORE Have Decided to RADAMS Microbe Killer AT YAZOO RECORD 227 BROTHER TO YUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IH FOAL OT ACCHAnfTED WITH THE GEOGEAPHT OF THE COUNTRY WILL OBTAlxl MUCH VALUABLE ETFORMATIOlf FEOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES My vehicles are nil new and of very latest patterns They are for on I lie most reasonable terms If want a vehicle crime and see me yon wont k home without one 5- POWERS 100 Main St HAM Richmond Ky CHEMICALS We offer the services of TAZ00 for thc season of County Kentucky at at Silver Creek I -- FORTY DOLLARS 5 -- TT p- - FULL DRESS GOODS krfnWffNfr Trie au sale yon the Also a full line of the purest and freshest TO INSURE A LIVING COLT- - and QUIT LYIN6 Awake Studying How to DRLGS AND Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled Mares kejt regularly on grass at ten cents a day grain fed if desired at reasonable rate every care to prevent accidents or escapes out will not he responsible for cither Tf200 Ji 7 S arcld siocf Mau4 s- - 20a aa4 2S more 230 performers i stands at 5300 e - JOHN DONELSON PALACE HOTEL WHICH IS NOW TAKING PLACE L KLEIN Proprietor Limcstcae Street 0pp C Ss 1liat Can be Had TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES PERFUMERY BRUSH ES 0 Depot ATTRACT TRADE BY PUTTING THE LEXINGTON KY Wew Building and Furniture Well Lighted and Ventilatjd KNIFE AIS tec INTO ad dam Youag Portia dam of Yoltaire record 220 sire of Bessimere Hymen 28 trial Portion record 23 sire f Bljwfint i Record 213 two mile record in 504 in England Consuela trial Childe Harold dam of 2v naught record 2241 Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Voltigeur trial 230 4 by Iff---C- llicf f Lady Thorn 118 N 3rd dam y Roebuck a pacer 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred he above pedigree shows YlZOO to e superbly bred Hr tad sire and great grand sire are each no Chief his dam and grand dam are illutricua matron Young Iortia C thorc where can you beat it bred foundation ifcy Book now open Address us at Silver Creek Madison county BeiaOCt ist lam TolaadO lam of Yuba record f Nutwood and hirty tv while I re in 230 list 22li Yazoo j nm 1 Centi ally 2 GOOD BAR ATTACHED Located THE CHiGtGO ROCK ISLAND 6 PACSFiQ RAILWAY Irjcludtng main lines branchee and eitennions East and Wost of tho Missouri Biver To all points East North anci Northwest from K City to Bock I Land Davenport Des Moines Chicago and via ALHiliT ItOUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthlng ton Sioux Palls Wator town Minneapolis 8t Paul and intervening- towns and citios it is tha fchort direct route In connection with lines from St Loui3 Cincinnati LouievUle Nashville and Eastern and Southern points converging1 at Kanitafi City it also constitutes New I THE v PROFITS So that every article sold would be an advertisement for Patent Medicines PAINT8 OILS WHITE LKADA Elegant Blazers RATES and 250 per Day their house 5C0 Kentucky Mutual Benefit Soci 43- - TS BURNAM REMOVAL I STATIONERY Scliool Books FOR A GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY Organized 1874 TA8 D Assets THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER It traverses vast areas of the rtcheet farming- and grazing1 lands in the world forming the speediest most popular and economical transportation to and from all clci js towns and sections in Kansas orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining- Chair Cars bc Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodge City and Pul ma a Palace Sleeping- Cars to and from Wichita and Hutcninaon e 567 5040 ra JUST RECEIVED Come to our Dress Goods Open- ing we like to show our Novelties HAVE MOVED MY Blacksmith Shop to my new building on Third Street where I have every facility for doinj the bet of work more rapidly than ever beÂ¬ COME AND SEE to compound prescriptions competent Iiiakmacist HASAN YOURSELF POWERS 39 29 Leading all competitors tn splendor of equipment cooi in summer warmed toy steam from le locomotive in winter well vontllated and froe from dust Kaneas City and St Josonh dailv on arrival of train3 from the East end Southeast wltc oiecant Day Coaches Pullman Palace Sleepers and FREE RecUning Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGS to Denver Colorado Sorincrs and Pueblo makinc- etots onlv at imDortant in- tervenng stations in Kansas and Colorado Superb Dining Hotels at convenient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish delicious meals at wean Pliable hours and at moderate prices -iC- MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS fore Will be pleased to see all my old trons and many new one pa- Â¬ Successors to C E Smith TINWARE STATIONERY NOTIONS ETC A few pieces of 10 cent Challies left at 6 cents a yard W Z THOMSON Secretary Dk V W HARDIN Geu A t Callo attention to its Level Premium Plan ol Insurance and liberal terms of Policy Prompt and Reliable Paid up insurance given at tbe ot expec- Â¬ tancy of life tliua providiux disability clause in old age Policies i Ule except for fraud or non payment of premium No restriction as t travel or occupation Policies uon forfeitable after three annual pavmeut- - 47- - E CAXTKILL President 8 F GANG Med Director -iT JPlRemember I have moved to Third Street bet Irvine and North Streets it- - S L MIDRIFF RIOECMOND Â¬ PLUIBIVB Gas Fitting CO Tbore -- Is ono thing Id ff like to On tl iron j hand- - nf j wn in 20 J BROOKS D M CltKNA THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE To Manitou Frukifi Cleveland Barber Shop Pikes Peak the Garden of the Gods Cascade Green Mountain Faila Idaho Springs the mountain parks mining camps and cities sanitary inting and fishing grounds and scenic attractions of Colorado ile Express Trains are equipped with every modern improvement luxurious enjoyment that can add to safety convenience comfort and in They also make close connections at terminal cities Colorado in Union Depots with tbe Denver and Rio Grande Colorado Midland Union Pacific Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging lines For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copies of tbe Western Trail Own ii monthly or further desired information address JOHN SEBASTIAN E ST JOHN 1 IM EAST MAIN hTKEET Sanitary Plumbimj Steam What do you girls say when your button slips down toe back of eck Life An Eye for Pord MaT Yhats that BROOKS k CHENAULT paying 17 Ci reri Kire- - CHICAGO ILL Genl Ticket Pata Agent HJ STRENG We have opened a first class shop and tlefire to have the patronage of gentlemen ladies and children We guarantee first class work New and elegant furniture clean throughout and sharp razors 43- Bulucn JLlUUi Richmond Estate Brokers 1 K y First door above Farmers Bank - M J CABMICUAEL C MOORE M J HILL Manr sk why this re All orders promptly filled and work1 l twntry Prop M H I 1 LrRf tof s of City guaranteed And all gas pipe used to be Property sold and bought on of the right size according to the ruies and M1111n8 Cortainly doctor You ifiyy Honimiasii regulations of the Water nd Light Com mJr to tor maiTied a lawyer so If and prompt a pany No 227 W Main Street0 to 8P- - any of papas money I ISTOftice in J Ihav ofrice Bi lai opposite Hotel Ghndon Post office ad maT a lawyer also IfuaeeVa able pr ly Lock Box 15 iy Brooks Drug Store