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Digital page images are linked to the text file. hH9b 3 VV - t i - t t- - 1 f ir--5 jpyj I DEAD m TEXAS CORN DODGERS 1 IK fI THE COMMONWEALTH Â¬ Â¬ VOLUME IIOTKL IV POLYGAMY Moat Important Event That Ha Occurred In the Mormon Church tn Many Tears Tho N Y Independent publishes ar Â¬ ticles as received by telegraph from RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 22 1890 PANIC IN A CHURCH I 1 1 rra SEESaslts fjF -- A m ifesmffi Tyi5rPv NUMBER 19 - FIRE An Organisation of Boys for Criminal Many Purposes With Branches E L Pouter a young freight brake renty Five Lives Are Supposed Plftoon Hundred Children and Their Cities nan on the Louisville nd Nashville to Havo Been Lost There were big developments In the road when his train was near Williams Mothers mystery surrounding what is known as Station wont to tho top of tho car to rrosente1 to the View of President Woodruff of the Mormon Iwful Church and Governor Thomas concern- Â¬ Make a Wild Kush for Safety From Fire the Corn dodger Club in Fort Worth put on the brakos In an attompt to saasSatsvs Uflow i lctims Appear Tex Saturday It is an organisation of leap from one car to the other he missed ing the action of the Mormon Confer Â¬ A Large Number Injured aud Ht Wiuduus Elesitate boys ranging in age from seven to his footing and fell betwoon the cars Milk Hark Into the ence October 6 forbidding polygamy riumaa In St Stanislaus Roman Catholic fifteen years many of whom hare re-Â¬ His body In striking tho track fell President Woodruff says Tho action Of the conference is conclusive Tho Church in the Polish settlement in tho cently boon arrested by tho polico for across the rail so that tho wheels of tho I Hsastrong complicity in petty thefts and burglaries cars in tho roar severed his body Tho X Y for Church has no disposition to violato the northwestern portion of Chicago Friday but on account of their youth and the train was stopped as soon as posslblo laws or defy tho Government Tho morning tho pastor Rev Father liar i the Lo was conducting an 8 oclock small value of their takings they havo and tho mangled parts wore drnwn from o clock Thursday revelation of God requires us to obey tynsky been prosecuted six boys day of the it km still the constitutional laws of tho land servico for children and tho church was not in jail and withTothem theclothing tho track The scone homo of killing a ones While tho are the dewas but a milo from tho y aiiiioufrii me enuro Judge Zane has recognized tho action of filled with tho little H Â¬ doaler named Hall who Is charged with ceased where be was convoyed of nine on- - the Church as sincere and final and has servico was in progress tho altar trapitinj flro from one of the can- Â¬ concealing goods stolen by the boys A iaiiok number of delegates attend M f urthor resoinded tho rulo excluding Mormon pings caught aliens from naturalization Governor dle and a panic ensued There were It is also learned that the Corn dodgors ed tho annual meeting of tho Ohio Â¬ Tho manifesto of tho about fifteen hundred children accom- Â¬ havo branches in Dallas Waco Mar Valloy Baptist Association at Hender that at least Thomas says Austin and Houston Texas also son A committee has been appointed ir lives President of tho Church has now been panied by thoir mothers in the church shall confirmed by tho conference It comes at the time Tho women and children in Denver Col and probably other to secure funds to erect a Iiaptist high moro or less places They have a code of signals and school fn that district The reports was being with a I orco of a new revelation WhatÂ¬ became panic stricken and rushed pell saaa j means of communication mode from tho various ohurchos are by ever doubts may have existed as to tho mell to the exits Those in front wero other secret window a It is not known whether Hall is at the very gratifying Sho had purpose and effect of the manifesto as pressed by those behind thorn and lost ropo of a aid head of the organization or not Tiik following Kontuckians have been he third story first sent out they now seem to be re Â¬ thoir footing on the stone steps in front moved The gentiles rejoice that tho of tho building where they wero appointed to positions in tho Pension iiTue ignited from a multj- HIS OWN TOMBSTONE Office Miss Emma P Slater clerk at i the rope parted and tho contest begun so many years ago against trampled on by tho fleeing Tho arrival of the flro de-Â¬ Its Carving Commenced Fifteen Tears 81000 and Charles II BrookB copyist polygamy has finally triumphed for tudo I to the avt ment bet brains Ago The Date of Ills Death Closely at 900 they believe that never again will polyg Â¬ partment added to the stampede 1 into In fow minutes thousand peo- Â¬ Reckoned A compasy was organized at Eddy s mass Frank Carey of amy flourish on American EoiL This and had agathered in ton neighborhood Larry Finlan a native of Ireland and j vlllo the other morning to build In their Y has bcn identified Is the most important event that has ocÂ¬ ple flro was and for more than forty years a resident of that placo a seventy five barrel flouring quickly Jiat was burned to death curred in the Mormon Church in years - The polico with much extinguished difficulty rescued Harpers Ferry W Vs and at one time mill with all tho latest improved ma 1 with fright lost and it is believed It will result in great- the tho woundod children from tho oxclved an employe of the United States Army chinery Gonoral II B Lyon was mado jumping from windows ly advancing the material interests and None of the little ones died there Saturday aged 77 years The president Mr William Jordan vice multitude prosperity of tho Territory he saw six people jump Â¬ wore dead but a largo number wore indeceased about eighteen years ago president John W Clark secretary and on tho windows jured a fow seriously Joseph Jazak conceived the novel Idea of mak Work on W W Bowman treasurer MISS WINNIE DAVIS if the build ana twelve years old has a fractured skull pro his tombstone ing the mill will bo commoncod at onco of four minutes Speaks of the Severing of Her Engagement and will probably die Stansilaus cured a piece of slate three by There will also be a first class corn mill rtat sickened him with its hor- Â¬ to Marry Mr Wilkinson of Syracuse apex in the form of Kaminska injured internally Frank five feet cut d to leave tho The engagement of Miss Winnie Da Â¬ Dreweicki severe cut on his head cross ohlselodthe name place of birth attached ror and he wai his Tur official recount of tho vote of building was provided with vis The Daughter of the Confederacy Stansilaus Furgot nine years old and would be die Covington gives the Republican candi Â¬ thinking es on tho outbides and Mr Alfred Wilkinson of Syracuse between the years of 1888 Martin Keoski injured internally and date for Mayor J T Thomas 200 major n the insid which were tho is definitely broken The principals ten years old Frank Sick ten years 1890 cut the first three figures on tho ity At 11 2 a themselves authorize tho announcement Leon Skowkowski eleven years were face of the stone but not dying at that Fibk at Ludlow tho other night de n were seen locked To a reporter who met her in Mrs sent to the hosnital and four other time he oanceled the first figure and liers arms in a window on George A Custers apartments at tho children were token to their homes Tho substituted 9 and sent the tombstone stroyed shops and cars belonging to tho at tho ii orner Fifth Avenue Hotel Now York Miss oaaja after tho panic was ovor was ter-Â¬ to his lot In tho Catholic cemetery Queen and C resent road valuod at 805 000 Bates them was a Davis said I do not care to convorso ildin Mr Finlan was buried Sunday his Tho Mns Saiiau Waiile Vice Protector N i of flame aty of about tho breaking of my engagement rible covered stone steps at tho entrance tombstone being erected after the flll- Tho carpets wore with blood of Jowol Lodge Knights and Ladies of by the window was open Suffice it to say that no mercenary mo-Â¬ on the floor of tho church and many of lng of his grave I Honor died a fow days ago from the of- em and that seemed inevitable tive prompted me in tho course I decid Â¬ tho pews wore torn up and the church fects of injuries received in the wreck of m uld reach tin m ed to take Mr Wilkinson and I sev Â¬ had tho appearance as if somo bloody f BAPTI2ED TO DEATH 111 1 wiwoman MwsMd to be anxious to ered our relation by mutual agreement riot had taken placo there nail iouisTinu Iin wo tn mil vifcy TI ll T Itcllglon Craied People Kill an Old inada last spring Sho is tho seventy and was earnestly All this chatter about Mr Wilkinson Woman by Dousing Her seventh victim of tho cyclone The crowd bo- - and myself is exceedingly annoying to desi-t- AN AWFUL CRIME Last summer William Fllllnger and Frederick Wise ono of Covingtons Tho Sho exclaimed Mr Wilkinson is an Â¬ jmost eminent citizens and lawyors diod o last effort to jump was estimablo young man I think a great Preacher and a Prominent Meuiher of his wife who live three mllos from Pera series to Prove Ilia Church Kill ud and the cry deal of him and his family Thats all Pastors Power to a Manthe Dead the ry Mich attended mad in aof revivals laf tor a lingering Illness at tho family and became religion Raise mild way Ho was residence on Russell street awful end that there is to it-- As for my friends in- Â¬ Primus Jones colored was killed Sun With thorn lived Fillingors mother acred fifty flvo and loaves a widow two Lien them as thej fell fluencing me that is absurd Tho do pro- Â¬ Sumter S C toen pnysicauy daughters and one son rto the room into a mass of cision was left entirely to myself Many daj morning at was being held A Tho who has long frail It worried Fllllnger and his Geohok Skarct an old contractorfoll a on window the of my relatives in the South wore par- Â¬ tracted meeting testimony showod that in a perfect wile that too elder woman was from a house at Lexington and rocclvod But almost directly uiidor ticularly fond of Mr Wilkinson Jones was killed by unbaptizod and Saturday thoy serious Injuries believed to bo Internal m apfM trad at the win- - said Miss Davis checking herself and frenzy of fanaticism n all sides biting her lip perceptibly I dont Rov A II Durant tho negro pastor and decided that tho necessary religious rito This Is tho fourth building Mr Searcy i ono Richard Campbell a prominent should be performed although the poor bos fallen from and may prove his last ior of the room by fierce think such matters are for tho public do woman was confined to hor bod unablo He is sixty years of ago socmod irresolute as to I prefer to keep personal affairs to my member of tho church because tho expressed doilU about tho oven to riso Taking water to her room aged soventoon to jump to the pavement or to solf My reasons for adopting tho ceased had Ciiftos Pkaki of Durant to kill and they began the ceremony by dashing years whilo at work in the collar fac rosvab course I have chosen concern my imme Â¬ supernatural power to life and that it was a test water in hor face and continued it un reitoro liberty and life She si diate family alone They are porfectly case but tho experiment failed A til from shook and exhaustion their i tory at Paducah attempted to descend a nnA fii sill of the window anl placed satisfied with my conduct B tMlll largo number of tho congregation bo victim died and bis wlfo Ho struck UDon a racment and was L Pcoplo in tho lievod that ho pciSSscd supernatural were arrested and taken to Jail at Co- - picked up unconscious On tbe 15th ho Population of Our Cities red and tanked their runna was still living Dut is pronounced sen The population of nearly all the Amer- Â¬ powers until his failure in this case rht that and ously hurt Another boy carelessly r gaze should the woman ican citios havo been completed Severs Storm in Mew England PRINTING TELEGRAPH Tho woman did they are now returned as follows for An unusually severe storm prevailed moved tbe laddor Jump to the ground Tur last consus reports show tbo pop Incorporation of the American Type Tel- Â¬ Sunday throughout New England Disseemed to bo those over 103000 people but jump 1W0 egraph Company Id by fear or a either patches from Glouscostor Mass and nlatlon of Kentucky to be 1855430 an l New York The American Typo Tolograph Com- Â¬ Portsmouth N II say that no marine increaso of 12 per oent in tho lost de I at escape would come from 6M1HS Clilcap 1 17170 pany was incorporated in Newark N I r A dispatch cade stepped down 8 lhllaielphla aro yet reported Sie nmar 3 4 brooklyn 5iV3 J with a capital stock of 8000000 Tho disasters Wilson who attempted to wreck a from the siil into the room but remainfrom Highland light says that steamers 0 St Louis Incorporators are Horace P Sussey 3C2K39 6 Boston ed at th window but an instant when and sailing vessels aro making for pay car on tho Chesapeake and Ohio 7 Bait 8i231 Cleveland Wm Henry Smith Chicago pod in railroad has been arrested and jailed at Provlncotown In Fall River Mass the whole room becan 253 K0 Cisco Joseph G Siebencck and Robert 1L the streets were flooded and trees wero Vancoburg woman sank back from 2 5 II Camp Pittsburgh and John EWright blown down Wm Muriuy agod 45 a farmer was Mired A number of Mr Wright is tho Inventor found dead in a wagon at his homo near ra Tanner the actress 1GH New York ililtw 10 General Crook to Lie In Arlington of a printing telegraph instrument for i Sardls Heart disease was tho cause of burned about tho H 147D Mrs Gonoral Crook has made a visit death which great efficiency Is claimed and iri The fire is said to havo 15 trolt iiuu7 the company is organized to manufac Â¬ to Arlington for the purpose of select- Â¬ 19 aukee ir5 The residence of Mrs Patsoy Clay kitchen The building s ing a site for the grave of her distin- Â¬ three mllos from Paris burned about 4 ture and sell tho machine will be a total loss It was built two la guished husband His burial at Oakland oclock the other morning with all its riLo at a 17 1I07 3 was temporary and it has been the pur- Â¬ contents Testimonial to a Hero Loss about S5000 no insur- Â¬ and contained four t Hochusterly is a movement on foot In Syr pose of Mrs Crook from the first to havo ance Tho occupants narrowly escaped There 13JT4- 2J Omaha hui 5 41171 acuse N Y to raise a purse for Honry the final Interment at Arlington This with their lives Among other things Paul 101 SET ON FIRE 24 ProMJeacc m i J Roecker tho colored olovator boy of tho cemotry will undoubtedly become tho burned was a number of paintings two burned Loland Hotel and Cora Tanner great military burial ground of the hundred years old Incendiarism the I is use of the Iceland Hotel Conflagration the actress beads the subscription list country A large tobacco barn situated near city hens Py the burning of tho Leland Hotel with ten dollars Roecker ran his elo- Newstoad Christian County and owned Official Figures from Ilaho Among the towns which have nearly vutor until the flames actually began to X Y the total loss c Official returns show total number of by Ben Harrison wasontlrely destroyed touched tho 100000 limit are Scranton 10 The f iirnituro is all destroyed There wero lick tho sides and the whole shaft was rotes cast at tho recent Idaho Stato elec Â¬ by fire together with all its contents was considerable loss sustained Albany and New Haven filled with smoke More than twenty tion to be 18008 Tho majority recolved consisting of the tobacco cut from over 1880 by the American Express Company in but 20 cities over 100000 people in lives wero saved by tho boys bravery by the Republican candidates for Con Â¬ thirty acres Loss not less than 85000 so that we have added citfht to tho list Iding and express matter adjoln and no insurance gress and Governor aro as follows The individual inmates during the docade OBriens Expectations A few days ago Mr C Alexander Sweet Congressman 2171 Shoup Gov- Â¬ of the hotel lost heavily in personal The Paris correspondent of the Lon- Â¬ ernor 2372 Upon joint ballot the Leg- Â¬ tho banker of Paris sold to Mr Gold- Â¬ Train Eobbad at Kansas Cty 1 1 is probable tho loss of lifo A most daring and bold train robbery don Times interviewed the Irish fugi- Â¬ smith of New York 700 bead of cattle 45 I persons threo occurred in Kansas City whilo tho train tives Friday Mrs OBrien will go to islature will stand Republicans averaging 1000 pounds at five cants per Democrats 9 guests and five servants Aliout thirty was standing at a small station When Amorica with her husband but will not They woro purchased by Mr pound Tho fire tho Omaha express on the Missouri Pa- Â¬ speak verely injured Messrs OBrien and Dillon ex- Â¬ Life Ben ten oe for Murder Goldsmiths agent Moses Kohn for tho red Thursday morning and in cific which loaves tho Union dpot at pect to raise 100000 In America and English and French markets and aro At Goshen Ind after eighteen hours half an hour tho hotel was burned to tho b20 p m had stopped at the State Lino expectayoars imprisonment when they deliberation the jury in tho Field mur-Â¬ tho finest lot of cattle ever raisod In the ground Tho Leland was built threo Station a short distance from the Union return der case returnod a verdict of guilty of State Thoy woro fod by Lloyd Sparks and was the best hotel in Syr depot whore the conductor and engineer murder in the second degree and sen Â¬ on Mr Alexanders 8000 acro bluegrass Gibbeted aeaae The nagni2cent Leland Hotel register three men without masks or vis Â¬ farm midway between Paris and Lextenced him to imprisonment for lifo the most modern and the finest appoint ible disguises entered the first chair car Jamos Maxwell wos hangod Friday April 7 last Field stabbed and fatally ington They will be shipped to Liver Â¬ New York is to day one pretending to be a news agent sell- Â¬ morning in Morris 111 for tho murder wounded Silas Bell a neighboring farm- Â¬ pool and London next month Central The 700 nothing but a mass of smouldering ru- Â¬ ing papers covered tho passengers of Charles Decker in Juno last Ho was er during a quarrel head will bring Mr Alexander the neat ins The burning hotel viewed from with their revolvers and compelled them game to the last and died apparently sum of 66500 and are all Durham Word Prom OBrien nted a scene which will to hand ovor their valuables and then the most unconcerned man In tho town stock Mr Thomas P Gill M P has reÂ¬ agonizing making their escape as tho train was of Morris be forgotten It was A iocal paper says that tbe following Messrs OBrien ceived a cablegram from in tho extreme At many wlmi leaving tho station without exciting notis was postod on a fence in Carter Wages Voluntarily Adranoed and Dillon stating that thoy together the five stories of the burning building the suspicion of any ono about tho sta- Â¬ W L Scott tho Pennsylvania mill- Â¬ with T D Sullivan and Mr Harrington County in a neighborhood whoso school- Â¬ could be seen men and women pito tion There wore about six passongors master appears to have gone abroad and ously calling for help or making their in tho car and it is Itn possible to say ionaire coal operator has voluntarily will sail from Havre for New York on remained there If any mans or wom- Â¬ givon his minors In tho vicinity of Saturday the 25th Inst by means of the rope appliance ans cows or oxen gits in these hayr oats how much the robbers succeeded In got- - Pittsburgh an advance of two cents per Mr lerry of the insurance firm of tlng his or her tail will be cut off as tho case A Torpedo Boat Kissing ton boginnlng Novombor 1 Tho riso m liowen Parry was on the scene about An Italian torpedo boat whicb loft may bo I am a Christian man and pay will effect about two thousand men Chief Hennessys Death as soon as any one outside of the polico Naples some time ago for Spezzia is my taxes but drat tho man who lots his It now transpires that David C non and fire departments He says he made missing Nothing has been heard of her critters run loose say L One of the Assassins Shot nessy chief of police of New Orleans a personal examination and from what Perry County contains fifty six by two Antonio Scaffldi one of tho assassins since hor doparture and sho Is believed place was was assassinated at his own adoor at the he saw school districts and schools aro being mysterious of Chiof of Polico Henncssoy of Now to havo been lost Bangs of tho Stopaliagieri set tn fire and the tire started in a back taught this year in twenty five of thorn Italian murder society which has existed Orloans was fatally shot in the jail by Tbe Hext Victim Seleoted room where a lot of grease was sto and it is said that a lack of competent years and which has commit Thomas U Duffy who called to sco Mayor Shakespeare of Now Orleans A skylight was over the place he said there for teachers is responsible for the fact that ted innumerable crimes Tho chiefs him he has been se Â¬ has received notice that and the flames leaped up through it there are not schools in more of tho dislifo has been in dancer for some timo Â¬ lected as tho next victim of tho assas tricts tmte a sort of a well which served as a Decision Or Original Packages a witnobs against ono of sin He has appointed a committee of conductor to carry the fire to the rooms owing to being Tho Superior Court at Cedar Rapids Carter County bas a heavy railroad Four of tho assassins havo down tbo vendetta of the guests which opened out upon it tho society debt and is deeply interested in a pro- Â¬ Antonio la has decided that State prohibitory fifty to bunt been arre ted and identified on tho various floors position that the State shall shoulder all Seafndi Antonio Bagnetti Scbastiano law so far as it relates to original pack- Â¬ Lumber Cut This Tear ages is null and void Incardono and Petro Mastoro cut this year will exceed Such bunions in behalf of tho counties Tbo lumber TORTURED TO DEATH that of last year by several million feet The citizens of Carter aCounty are got The New Silver Notes Damags Salt for Barruadias Daath up petitions and mass mooting to Armenian Prisoners Shockingly Treated The estimato places it at not loss than tlng R Bengochoa husband of tho No rood Hen Them and They Are Tho now silver notes denominations lndorso tho proposition not moro than 850 remitted to Sleep youngest daughter of tho late General of fives and twenties will Boon be 625000000 foet and Mt Stkhiino has contracted for a 600000 foet A dispatch from Constantinople states Jose Maria Barrundia has arrived in issued water works system to cost 100000 are still bo New York He comes here to make a that arrests of Armenians Fatal Fall of a Derrlo The official count of the census of the Cholera In Spain irg made and that manv of those who demand for R100000 from tho United At Chicago Felix Young a loboror Sixth Supervisors District shows a During the first two weeks of October was instantly killed James Tumor la- Â¬ bave been taken Into custody have been states Governmont for tho killing of his population of 298279 an increase of 43 Ho shockingly maltreated and tortured father-in-laclaims that tho 4C cases of cholera and 2r9 deaths from borer badly Injured ond sovoral others 558 In ton years The population of tho the discaso have been reported in Spain bocauso Among other cruelties to which tho government is responsible badly bruised by the fall of a derrick principal towns of tbo district are Dan- Â¬ Is United States Minister Mizner induced There is still a daily aerao of six prisoners havo leen subjected ville 3705 an increaso of 691 and Rich- Â¬ F u In Eruption the withholding from them of all tho captain of the Pacific mail steamer tenths in Valencia bat the epidemic of ernption mond 4787 an Increase of 1828 Tho Mount Etna is in a lo food boon deprived to turn over General Barrundia to the shows a general sli They have also The whole eastern sido of tho mountain only counties in tho distriot showing a of sleep Persons suspected of disloyalty Guatemalan troops and thus caused him decreaso aro Clinton 191 Cumberland A Bnn on I BaaX Is covered with n thick layer of clndors are arrested upon information being to bo murdered 492 rnd Garrard r78 A run has been m da on the Fifth Na lodged against them by any spy Tho tional bank of Grand Bapids Mich on Omen Seifmu shot and probably Ooasumptsn still Aaiad Bank President A In Indicted recently arrested for attempt Â¬ Armenian Dr Koch has ceased to make experi Â¬ fatally wounded lion Finney a colored lacker of the defunct Park account of the Hetera lumher failure President ing to murder an arch priest in tho Finney had been ments in euro of consumption and It Is iaii in Covington Kooen Kapon quarter of Constantino- Â¬ National bank Chicago was again in Â¬ n Bury a A Hsnsns presumed that his method of treating arrested for shooting crnps and was dicted Thursday by the Federal grand ple was found dead in his w Ed Morrison to oscan certification DanirOsville On colored Ibo s hanged at ho discaso has boon a failure It is alled thnt his death was the di- Â¬ jury on a charge of a false fixod for murder of LKXraerrTOI is infested by a gang of at 10 His bond was check rect result of the tortures inflicted upon of a John Hunt ma Dr HcOonigal Sentenced counterfeiter 000 and ho will be allowed to furnish bim Tho officials at Vana Armenia Dr McGonigal oharged with mal- Â¬ Â¬ Log Export Duties Removed aro still arming tho Turks and outrages sureties without being subjected to arTho Official Gazotto at Ottawa Tues- - practice in the case of Annio Goodwin To Receive Dillon and OBrien freÂ¬ rest upon the Armenians there are of day announced the removal of tho ox- - in New York was sentenced to fourteen Tbe board of aldermen of New York quent occurrence Five Fatally Burned port duties upon spruce and pine logs years in States prison Tuesday appointed a committee of sev By a mass of flames which filled tho and also upon shinglo bolts of pine or i Chief snot Policeman Killed by a Brother Officer on including tho president and vicc Wednesday David G HennesÂ¬ mill after the fall of hot coke from tho cedar and codar logs capable of being to receive Officer Thomas Madden of tho Chicago prosldent of that body McLanes made into shinglo bolts w Orleans was furnace stack at Moorehead sey chief of pol police kills a brolhor officer Albort Messrs Dillon and OBrien who aro ox- aftornoon y woundod by mill Pittsburgh Thur dav shot down an J iingo for reporting him for drinking pected to arrive here shortly on a French Police Census of New York City three men near th1 corner of Basin and five men were burned fatally four wero The police census of New York sbow shilo on duty Oirod ols were used by - dangerously and threo or four slightly a population of 1710715 an increase of sailants and he received burned 107214 over the Government figures one in tho stomach which a m Gnsral Belttiips Fnneral Hennes- 01 prove fatal it is 1m A Soy Stage Bobber Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 General Ielknaps funeral took placo i y v a once to the Charity d at A boy of eighteen robbod the stage Â¬ from St Johns Church at half past 10 latives hastily sum of Wolls Fargo Cal A largo near Ukiah moned His assailants so far aro un Â¬ oclock Thursday morning U S mail known number of array and navy officers and Cos treasure box and the als and many After traveling over sixty miles afoot ha Threatened With Assassination was captured - of Washington at en route to King Governor and followed the re Lost His Pocket Boo k O I to attend a G A R reun- Â¬ fisher Micr and ex Cabinet off- Â¬ CongreFhn an Jno L Wilson of the ion received warning that be would be State of Washington lost bis pocket assassinated if he passed through Okla Â¬ icer to tL book containing 10 000 in securities and homa City because of bis having vetoed Iadcted fw Harder 6350 in cash rltorial Capital At Leavenworth Kas tbe grand jury At the solicitation Â¬ New Stock Tarda at Kansas City led indictments against Chas Ben sf bis fan nds be left the Sou th for tho murdor The Farmers Alliance of reaching son and Mrs RauUabn jury recommend Â¬ wost is about to establish an the efore independ Â¬ Mettman Tbe Â¬ omi City aud continued his Jour ed that Mrs Rautzabn bo admitted to ent stock yards in Kansas City ney by stage n -- 1 s s s sfc WIFTS SPECIFIC JOR renovating tht entire system eliminating 8C2o 1 a r- JL - V4 I all Poisons from whether the Blood prep- Â¬ malarial origin this aration has no equal For cightten of scrofulous or PERRINS GLOVES MILLER HAT I K99 months eating sort on my tongue I was treated by best local physicians tut obtained no relief the sore gradually grew worse I finally took S S S and was entirely cured after using a few bottles C B McLemore Henderson Tex I had an LYONS UMBRELLAS TREATISE on The Sjwikt Specific Co Blood and Skin free W B BRIGHT se 1 W S HUME AUanUGa MADISON i -- Monumental forks B BRIGHT W SUCCESSORS OF UKALKRS ML 15 1 KiHT CO i I IN -- Â¬ RICHMOND KY FINE SHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods JJO 1 k- - 1 t sssssBaVrjl - JflEsHsssssssi N Â¬ WEST IAI Â¬ IMPORTEIl LINK OK- - 1 1 Every COLOSSAL Character MENS UNDERWEAR KWEARI ffArvS j and grade of Monumental Work from the smallest btone to the mot MOB STATUARY FULLORESSSHIRTS i x OR MOST ELABORATE -- Our prices compete with city houses 1 ijiis furnished on application i T Pi 1T i v v C CTV IUut ij - illlinIiAiMf H- Imported and M Native Marble Call and GRANITE always on hand e inc i - A D FLORA Proprietor Â¬ It99 Â¬ School for Girls Miss BESSIE BARBOUR will take a YES ITS 13 3 7 r O fc 3 ti - A D RUFF Llv a c viV c 6 Â¬ D T Mfcaylii SP Class of Twenty Girls A Great Fall I And we are ready with our s 8 1 m 1 For instruction in English Latin French and German Terms and otlier particulars will be made known in person or by circular MISS CARRIE BARBOUR s 2 t1 WEATHER m H i X 9 1 having returned from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music will take pupils in vocal and instrumental music at her room in the new school building in the rear ot the First Presbyterian Church School will open on Monday September 8th Â¬ Ba mkm o Sloes anil Eats I s B B o - - r W W1TCEHUER ft JEHELEP DEALER IN r c Theres no room for further argument Our choice stock of 0 Watches Clck3 Jewelry Silver and f atel war etc Special attention given to y fettinq 3 - diam JESSE COBB Mssk is got AND OTHER PUKCIOlS STON FS Â¬ -- now offered at prices which imike us beyond question the IOWKST lKICK HOI SE IN TOWN quality considered Above us stands no competing stock below us he no com lr It T R - REPAIRING Promptly done ami iu a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Br -- 3 K Zl 0 3 - m This Fine Saddle Stallion willl make the season of iSo at the Fair Grounds Richmond Ky at S15 TO INSURE I COLT We have ele peting prices gant goods and plenty ofj them We bave all the lead ing and representative FALL a i 2 Dont forget the place next door to the Potit urlice Ricbuiood Ky 30- - i j JESSE COHB is 15V hands high chestnut color 4 years old weighs cloe to 1200 pounds fine action nnd i i a model saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond isi dam by Tuttle horse he by Estill Eric and Bell sire of darn of Georgette 2ig Vara 238 Second dam Lucy by Young Davy Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip 4th dam Ijy Traveller All care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible should any occur Lien reserved on the colt for the service fee Â¬ WIHTER STYLES G0RMLEY -- AatTTEIV 40- - CHARLES E C0LVKR CO Gents and Chil drens wear Our prices are a bomb shell for competitors but a blessing for the people Our prices may startle htitj thev will not vex the carelul buyer for Ladies HAS THK- - m CHICKEN Cholera Cure 1 FINEST LINE OF t HUMPHREYS VETERINARY SPECIFICS For Horses Cattle Sheep Dogs Sogs AND POULTHY 300 Page Book on Treatment of Animals s Are the Lowest Price any object to MM I Are the Best 01tis I 1 Saddlery AND w stt Â¬ and Chart 6oot Free onsestlonslnQainmatloH AAiKptnal Meningitis Milk Fever Lameness lihuniaium BB -- strains Distemper Nasal Discharges Hot or limbs Worms Pnenmonla KE ronich or Heaves Bellyache iripes FKColin Miscarriage Hemorrhages I rinary uid Hidaey Diseases 1111 Eruptive Dineases Mange 1 1 Diseases of Digestion Paralysis JK 69 Single Bottle over CO doses Spsclflcs Manual Htable Case with Ml an Medlcator Veterinary urr 8700 Jar Veterinary Cure nil - - 100 cross Fevers Sold by Druggists or Sent Prepaid anvwheri and in any Quantity on Bccci--- of Price t any induce- Â¬ ment I ft If so come in and take a look at our splendid new goods the BARGAIN ASSORTMENT ASUN Ut TrJL j Trotting Horse Outfits Humphreys Medicine Co 109 Fuiton St W Y ETJIIPHSEYS HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFIC No In use 3U yearn Th only sueoussf d rsnu dj for 60 a fl fj nat Nervous Debility Vital Weakness laa and Prostration from orer work or other osuim SI par vtaL or 6 Tislu and largo ial powder lor JS roooiptoX EoLBBI DaruaisTS orscntpontnaid ouBe gas a So So great in assortment plea iinR in style 80 hon- 8 est in quality So reasonable in price Give us a chance and we will give you for your g money more Boots or Shoes or j Hats than any other house in U RICHMOND HAS EVER BAD Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined Bv discovery of a remedy that fsftmify cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requr s a trial A 50 cents botde is enough for It is guar one hundred chickens 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 refund Â¬ Â¬ jjne ni t r cviiit earn I town WCGormleyCo I STOCKTON BROOKS BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Rol Baiting Powder PURE All persons indebted to the estate of DR JOE T HOOD will please call on or betoie the 15th 01 November 1890 and settle aasjsr After that dav accounts will be put in tiie himis of an officer iS 2l CUALES STAPP Adm DISSOLUTION NOTICE ABSOLUTES THE partnership between Drs Jennings and Gibson is by mutual consent dissolved this day As it is desirable to close the business as soon as possible the accounts will be place in the hands of a collector hut settlements can be made with cither of them 18 19 Richmond Ky Oct 1 iSqo 1 The Madison Coi at the drug store of Stockton Richmond a large number of Testaments They offer them at extreme SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 low prices to those wtM are able to bu to 10 foot allev Orchard Street new iil wt and propose to QJ E E X AN X E C OTT A O E s rooms are not abe to nisters throat lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine out the county are requested and Orange Streets tne poor r TWO FRAME DWELLIXGS new supplied e 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue W L CRUTCHER Preside lots all well finished Mad Nat Bank 4948 Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS feet seperate or as a whole on I desire to sell or rent privately tbe 40x150Street Fifth for large two story THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS Powells addition on Walnut Street 50x160 feet each I hare a lot of No 1 Southdown Hi For prices on anv of the above 011 a gtod corner lot in Ellis situated Bucks for sale-6- W W MRS 6 inquire of ion Ky known as tl Hogan projier 48- JOHN F WAGERS 22 H U fOLYEK ty WHS FOR SALE For Sale or Rent STORE HOUSE South Downs Sals asai THE CLIMAX fkinch TIPTON I Editor BT SHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY The Climax Printing Wa G Co White Chas S Powell 150 ITSt K TKIt YEAR Vcircslay - - October 22 X8M Democratic Ticket FOR CONGKSBS JAMES B - M iy CItEARY Somaaber 4th Yonra said in a tutional Conven- - Murky his ate in the f MN roiintn s the Chief of Mine of of cauiied ity lm nt in the Crescent anil ii i tl city in eruor stitut and lit in re the orators ei thi Thursday I am sMaaorjr rrroluti of Justice Miller fli- - the Advocate lanvillc He had i last we loiijleen troubled with had visited California ther places for relief fellow lmt in vain II -- in Pruraaa who ran a saaaaV n St Louis hut removed to York made the W rid the n adand circulated aj r in to Confess and did time hat r thinp- - in a short tone hlind and retired from husi- - puhlic has ln en directed entirely to This we think ac Â¬ issues of bonds counts for the almost entire nejrlcet of the stock market To investors beads naturally offer more attraction for they carry with them a lien asaa specific property and offer a fixed and steady income Hankers are ready to aaaatiBBl them not only for the same reasons hut also BesSBSB the margin of profits spaa them is usually well assured We ba Heve however that there exists at this time an over supply of securities which are being carried by lankrs Hie capi talization of proiK rties has Ihtii carried on too fast until it ha exceeded the de mand for investment Foremost in this part cular d any of the railroads of this coiiMry stand Built with bands every sulseiiueut need has Ikcii provided for hy new issues until the roads limit of indebtedness baa baas reached It has traly said that the limit to the credit ot Aiiuiiiam railway companies is confined to their limit to issue bonds In this lies their weakness Therefore it - not strange that the puhlic should in it only wish to avoid railway stocks when preceded by large bonded debts but should likewise grow to distrust is- l miids when they are reeognixed as being excessive In view of the de promising creased demand and the asjH ct of the loan market the would appear ill timed for the placing of unties tnitli at home anil aoroau a baakera are thowght aiM to Ik- oarrytag bwge Macks of industrial Uinds which the public has not been dispose to take It is difficult to form any reliable idea of the stock of securi- in the hands of the issuing houses in our seaboard cities for when money is scarce they obtain financial aid to carry their bondaby ill a a ins on London at sixty days aighl In this way the under apea credits Atlantic Oeeaa may lie said to Ik the Isilful bank in the world whose condition will ever remain a tale untold Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ ji rOK L1KITENANT GOVERNOR I WHAT THE TREASURY IS DOING DEPARTMENT hm M as i Alfi nl of Lexington tea lor Lieutenant Governor sub- par- D of the IVmocraticIk- - ejected I be and fill the acceptably as be did that of He Central Couimit- abfac HICKLKSOX AGAIN in W V Falmoutl 1irkirsiti Car I Hon T Tall am 1 of r I nl New- - into be Mr llv Dikersoii Well oi and will iunt likely make the 11 - MFli in existence mi iy - the Texas in Texas i veii Txas liu- - kt njiire in itself Ion it removed labHshi-d a The k able Work of and Alex F HtPl by the Mr A Miner 11 the funny papers gre fast last and all the Iut ln sides its humor there out all along the line a great deal information materiallv INKHTMLNT ol TUK UK1MBL1CAN IAIITY Ii Willi tt the DemocraUc of the notorious Mr Lodf infamous Force Kill ok-ih-i the apjK ndeil remarks aaHjeof the McKinley Tarill - Administration act ill in which your Lt the pension legislation the l ly interwhole- - of new States and the members to increase rity the satocrark - eaker the systematic endeavor to prevent the voice of the mi- from being heard farm a list of js on the pact of the majority which for alternate violence and servili- ijuite unprecedented in ongros- ional TUE BLl E AMI THE GRAY Them can Ik- - no doubt that the ani- ngundered by the war are fast fading away The reunions of the Blue niray continue la grow more brotherly year by year The editor of tin- Cuiulierland iap a 1uion sohlier - reunion of the Bin and the liray at Kuoxville was a success A very BOmberof old soldiers of Ixithanmes in line and gnanwd each others hands in the frieudlv clasp of pea show how well the old 1kvs have tics when the band a Democrat buried thl cheer was heard it KENTICKY S BEST sounded the notes of John Browns hut it brought no hurrah the The Flizabethtow n News has made a notes of the Bonny Blue Flag floated i oinpilation of Kentuckys best which upon the air but it got no encore includes the following through iieorgia rolled out if Kentuckys greatest statesman is the horns hut sileu e was the result John 6 Carlisle but when pnl old Yankee Iodle came Kentuckys greatest editor Henry truments heir burst Wataaaam and grasiK d hand Kentuckys best politician iov Mc reunited nation was Creary Kentuckys handsomest man Qaa Castleman NOTE Till DEMOCRATIC TICKET V1LL Keiituckvs ablest minister Dr Broad Winston one of the us Hon Frank l Kentuckys greatest orator W C P Mills 1 publicans in North Carolina baa written a letter declining the nomi Breckinridge Kentuckys liest stump stn aker Gen idge of the sec aatim ond judii al district and announcing his Wat Hardin Kentuckys greatest farmer Dr Clar vote the Democratic ticket Ihpublicin majority dy the Kentuckys best poet Kobert Burns iast Haul of Heprescntath dudiug the passage of the force bill has Wilson Kentuckys brightest wit J Proctor tin ten Mr Winston that Knott deacies of tin Repnbliean patty an Kentuckys greatest actress Mary Naalarm every man who pla welfare of bis country above varro msmancnt Kentuckys lK st novelist Lane Aland hence temporary iarty a A len us from the organization greatest Ki ntuekys railroad man Democratic triumph at the Novem ill Milton Smith Mr Winston Ki ntuckys greatest stiK k man J J rebuke to the men w lo ii biaVwin using the national government for Alexander are conversationalist purjKiscs oi jnunaer winis- jiroiessiona c speech and a fair count Senator Blackburn We differ from the News with regard tcuces in the jr- H and poet while we have Congress ami hy their systemat riving as to the railroad man and tase of votes in all close easeti ltaregard of the true mtereata of fanner Has the News forgotten Bishop Dudley and Henry T Stanton Again t is abown by thapaanaj ery has Milton Smith achieved half as much st powerful opiiosition as Bennett e buvs and who imagine tluit Farmers are numerou brayiag patri not thoroughly posted but it raise foi their will aerve as Christian county is a d nciiemes long way from Foxtown ---Â¬ Â¬ The Administration has changed all the forms of the Treasury statements so that comparisons with previous years are almost impossible and the facts of mlitioii of the Treasury and comparisons month by month can only Ik- made after tedious ciphering There is no conceivable reason for the abandonment of forms that gave full information on their face and that made ooaapariaoaa easy and the adoption of forma that are intelligible only to book keepers who have plasty of time except that the Administration IcK snt want any comparison made except those pre pared by its own agnate and wishes to discourage the public from trying to rack of the Treasury operations It apiK ars however that large purchases of bonds for the sinking fund were made in September hi order to raÂ¬ the stringency in New York and ia coaseoncBce of this the bonded debt uas reduced t21e340 durini Septem- Â¬ ber This reduction made for the primary parpoae of relieving some Sea York sKiulators from the tight corners thev had got Ibi mains into according to John Shermans description of the affair of course raisi s materially the aver age monthly reduction of the bonded debt since March 4 MM The Administration therefore has seised theop portunity to scatter over the country a statement of the average monthly debt reductions daring the Cleveland Administration and so far under the Harrison Administration the latter figures being r than the former Tins comparison really means nothing for the amount of reduction of the public debt depcada OB the national income and the national expenditure and the Executive can not effect either Bat it was well lor the Administration of humbug to send out this comparative statement at the beginning of October for the avenge of the debt reduction under President Harrison will diminish from this time forward month by month Secretary Wiadom announced last month that In- was then buying his last binds for some time in order to relieve the strain ia New York he had bought in nber the bonds he would ordinarily Ik- - live or six months in buying He will therefore not rehire the lxuidcd debt for several months and as the Har rison Administration gets older and the debt remains the same that average monthly n duction that Secretary Win- loin is advertising so loudly will grow smaller and smaller 1 dint of much addition division and ansae we extract from the reluctant testimony of Treasurer Huston the ad ditional facts that the Treasurers balance of cash available for the reductionof the public debt diminished 4iLHI777 during the month of SeptemU r and at the lieginning of this month amounted to only This reduction was 3328105 effected mainly by paying out gold far during Septemljer the gold owned by the Government decreased while the silver owned by the Govern Nctiitm ment decreased only 1158323 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There is more catarrh in this section of Bush bought of Allen Prewitt 40 aw 1 025 425 of Jas E Thompson 65 aw the country than all other diseases put of J D Gay 34 aw 1595 together and until the last few years was A Beott county man sold six yearling For a great 425 of Bufus Hadden 38 aw 1475 supposed to be incurable mules at 70 per head prononnced it a local aw 1010 many years doctors 4 of Geo W Anderson In Lincoln county cattle weighing from 425 of J W and J C Orear 12 aw disease and prescribed local remedies and 1350 to 1450 sell at 3J to 3 J cents 1600 425 of J B Bogie 74 aw 1547 by constantly failing to cure with local T D Cheuault bought in Scott county 425 Allien Prewitt bought of AV B treatment pronounced it incurable Sci100 cattle 1200 poands at 3J cents Calk 40 aw 15S0 S4 Jo H Wilkereon ence has proven catarrh to be a constitu- Â¬ F N oilutt x Co Georgetowm will of W W Thompson ti4 aw 1450 426 tional disease and therefore requires constierect a grain elevator on the lot adjoining of Frank Grigsby car load at 330 Josh tutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Co their warehouse near the Cincinnati Owingssold 00 to M Corbin at 450 manufactured by F J Cheney Boatbara Depot with a capacity of 75000 Cattle are soiac off at a livelv rate and Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional bushels It is taken internally cure on the market money w ill be plentiful in a few days I in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful for wool has improved JA Sterling Adroratt The demand mugreatly manufacturers being more confi During the year leaf we had OCCSaioB It acts directly upon the blood and They offer cous surfaces of the system dent as to the market for goods and sales several times to call attention to the agri- Â¬ I of wool at Boston have exceeded 7000000 cultural bureau of Kngland and iermany one hundred dollars for any case it fails to and testimonials pounds for the w eck and the marvelous yield jier acre which cure Send lor circulars Mr Alexander Bailie of Bilfour Guth- the peasant gleaned when under govern- Address Co Toledo O F J Cheney The sun which jour- Â¬ rie Co is authority for the statement ment direction 16 20 Sold by Druggists 75c the ocr 7000000 of UTaraaol money neys west may cast longer shadows on his will come to this Sate this year for the way and the K st of the tillers of the Tobacco Market earth find profitable employment at Louisville MM News purchase of whi Durrett Louisville Tobacco home and the human harvest which we By Olover W B Kidd boagtr for Lehman it Bro Ware House S D Goff 965 cattle 100 of them sad gather on our shores may include hut S Sales on our market for the week just an extra lot are to be corn fed until Nov scant modicum of the best agriculturists to 2230 bade with receipts 2th at Ar and the remainder are to be extant hut we can profit by experience closed amountperiod of li2 hhds Sales for the same will as readily as any combination of peoples on our market since January ist amount taken this month at 4c They weigh shoot 1600 lbs Wtmehtttrr Detw brought together by the hands of Provi- to 124717 hhds dence and are as indissoluble as the The burlcy market for the past week era I The hand clasp of fate which enforces free has been without special change Geo Kratz agent for the Teh man Brox ur own agricultu- good to fine grades in good condition dom on intelligence bought nearly 1000 fat cattle fram J F the comThere is have brought full prices while have been ral bureau needs stimulation mon grades out o condition excepting 41 for Clay Tuesday at 4 that within us which will give echo broad dull and low The cool drying weather He also bought lOO which he paid and wide to any sound which promises has been of great benefit to the new crop from Tims Henry Clay at 4i They will response and we are earnest knockers at The following quotations fairly reprebe received from Nov loth to Dec 1st the gate and when Congress resumes its sent our market for burley tobacco Paris A Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 2 00 sitting shall ask that politics be forgot Â¬ apt Tom Ferrell auctioneer reports ten in commending pas elh rts and ap- to 3 50 Colory Trash 400 to 5oo a good crowd at John Howards sale at propriations bo made lilK ral to increase Common Lugs not colory 3 30 to 5 00 Hotel furniture usefulness already very decided Ford on the loth Colory Lugs 3oo to 14 00 fisft Common Leaf 700 to 9 00 stoves andsacb like brought good prices iiwre Journal of Corns oo to 1600 Medium to Good Leaf The Ford jK ople have the money and the Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 2500 A few days ago R E Hashes teleg grit to buy what they want John HowSelect Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 33 00 erapbed to the Louisville Times that ard is a business man and a gentleman long may he live and prosper Gapt W J Kinnaird and Miss Jennie LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT Ia Lincoln county 96 ewes sold for St Faulkner bad eloped to Louisville ami By iKEENK 4 EMMY As it was untrue the notice Li e Stock CommiSMlon Merchants at ttuclu per head 2- - mare mule colts cost the married uali Luiou Stock Yards uiiU Covington created much mortification to the parties purchaser 65 a piece Fat S and Stock Yards Mr Hughes claimed that young Fleece cattle 3 cents ti mare male colts sold for 70 per head G P Bright has Kobinsoh had given him the item which Cincinnati Ohio Oct 20 1800 Yesterday they met at Ijiii a lot of ewes that are having their second he deiiied SHIPPING CATTLE crop of lambs Corn in the field S210 caster and after some words Bobinson 4 ooa 4 25 At Cardwells sale mule colts brought hit Hughes in the face with a rock Good to Extra Fair to Good 3 75 4 00 sounding him badly Hughes however Common and Rough 75 to 2 oo 2 75 succeeded in getting hold of his opjionent Good to Extra Oxen 3 25 3 oo Keene Besxley a well known colored Â¬ vig2 501 Fair to Good Oxen laborer in this place cat on 8 II Ander and they were iKimmelingeach other 1 2 25 Common and Rough 75 sons farm on Tuesday twenty live orously when friends put a stop to the battle Record BUTCHER CATTLE shocks of corn in a Held that would aver- CONCERNING FARMERS FlNEjCLOTH I N G You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Have the Very Thing You Want tt lltl inat voomvrwl inoo xjvx goods and ttiv FALL STOCK and j vo 15 CJU Â¬ Â¬ c I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICKS it embraces the latest stl - - mum 1 1 iiit BBS u 0 mas I 1 Â¬ all sizes qualities and prices Try a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices T3eavfc QTirl kJllUCO JDOULo dJJLUL RViroe Winter is coming and nothing is more Bary than a good pair of Boots or Shoes n aaV Mr Â¬ Hats Hats f And Â¬ chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders priiGhiricr JD Urniblllllg UUUUb TTllaiPrWPflT nt Shirts from the chQiXwst ui Collars cutfs in abundance Neckwear Handker plain fancy cotton woolen as Tbel I I SI A V it Â¬ medium heavy Lm r Si 3 - Â¬ W 30- - j- - HP OWELL es Corner OF BARGAINS torn pal A 1 tU a A GRAND FEAST I tai 3P- - Â¬ Tb B 1 Â¬ age twelve barrels to the acre This was a gmxl days work and it takes an expert to equal it The current price for cutting ana has been from 8c to IOC per shock The Times takes occasion again to ask why an establishment for the canning of would hot coin tomatoes beans wn They prove profitable in could Ik Mil here in abundance grown more extensively and shipping facilities are good Besides the demand for goods of this kind is increasing all the imes time Strength of the F and M Union in a few mountain counties Magoffin has BOO aaaibtiw Wolfe TOO Morgan 1000 Johnson IfiM Meiielee 580 Owsley 800 These are estimates are get from i S Miiler and are only approximate There a quiet growth going on all through Eastern Kentucky we learn The problem which the Union is trying to solve is a difficult one and one of vast importance H mid M Ii Haggard delivered to Ed P Hal ley last week 17 mule colts at from 75 to 65 and to John C Payne in at about same price He also sold to Horace Grover 18 yearling cattle of about 720 poaads weight at cents Mr Sam Brooks made the following purchases From Polk Bond cathead tle feeders averaging about l20O ltouuds tOpercwt 10 head yearling cattle from James Brooks at 325 per cwt one cotton mule from II D Lyons at 70- Tune There has been some misunderstanding as to the positions Fanners Alliance Democrats occupy in the Democratic party It has come to our knowledge that saae members of the Republican party are interesting themselves in no small de-Â¬ gree in quietly spreading the impression that members of the Alliance have cut themselves foose from the Democratic ranks and that the leaders of the party consider them outside of its pale We desire to correct this false-- bapreaaon There is not a word of truth in it Ml ic M Singleton who left this conntv 40 years ago and moved to Missouri has been here during the week on a visit to old scenes of liis childhoiKl But few of his companions sad friends of boyhood days were left to greet him While en route here he met Green Fish of Kan sas who was coming back to Rockcastle after an absence of 30 years They had not seen each other for 52 years Both were on the same errand returning to take a farewell look at their old friends and homes Jft Vermm SigstmL Â¬ Good to Extra Fair to Good Extra r at Steers fair to tjood btecrs Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen I3 60 3 2 2 3 low 3 4 t Jffl t 002 3 75 o 3 25 3 o Having determined to change our business January 1st Oni A - so 1 I 25 7 1 00 Everything in Our Stare Will from This Day be Offered at Cost s BULLS Best Shipping Best Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 S 20 75 SoQ 1 Cornelia C Young widow of the f former President of Centre College died GoodtoExtra Steers Good Steers Fair at Hanville last week Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers Mrs FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 3 3 2 1 EVERY ffi ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN1 Â¬ ooi 25O1 29 752 3 4 3 2 2 1 MATRIMONIAL 50 00 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades Fair to Good Common Best Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy 00 40 25 oofnS 00 12 oo 20 00 Miss 15elle Clark of Lexington ami Rev V L Davidsoa oi Ohio were mar 004 7i Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- Â¬ ried Thursday 5 Mr J M Thomas and HaaOm Kath- 5 erine Baber daughter of Mr Gangs Ba- 2 ber were married Thursday October lti HOGS HlderJI Wills performed the Select Butchers 4 ceremony Fair to Good Packers 4 of Estill county Mr Jesse Cnlili Jr Good to Extra Lights 4 2 sad Miss Flla Flmoiv of Mercer county Light Pigs will be married to day October 22nd SPRING LAMBS Elder James Harding will pronounce the Extra 5 Attendants Mr C F lark of this county and Miss Annie Elmore sister of the bride Mr C M Einhry of Waco and Miss Ida Cobli sister of the groom will be present The bride is a of this sister of Mrs David Cheuault place who will also be present The groom is one of the most prominent yoang men of his county and has many relatives in Madison The bride one of Mercers most charming jjirls Mr J C MeClcary and Miss Maggie Kewlaad came over from Stanford Wed nesday afternoon and were married in the parlon of the Miller Hotel at 4 oclock The Rev Preston Blake of Richmond performed the ceremony Kewlaad is a sister of Mr Tom New land Sheriff of Lincoln county and a cousin of Mrs J T Palmer where the couple remained duriinr the night The groom Mr McCleary is a brother of CoL Lincolns School Suiieriiitendent W F McCleary The couple left yesterday moraiag for Stanford where they were tendered a reception at the home of Tom Newland Lnnct r Â¬ Â¬ 5 5 The Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Un derwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole oo 3 50 301 0010 4 4 Crooke Bennett August 27th 1890 Urmston 50a 75 oJ 4 25 4 3 3 55 6 00 DO YOU K THAT 111 nw 1 V CO UIIBUBsaaaCa-axjHsnHpavanBaI i -a WW 1 1 So r W C HAVE FITZPATRICK uiniluLUU M6 HE SEASON IS AGAIN AT hand when mothers and have to puzzle about something fathers minds nil n n i n 11 ito ii nij lllUMSe KS VS BONDS Shaw Fisher ot Baltimore aay By a decision of the Court of Appeals ater Company is requir Investment Bankers it is a patent fact that ed to pay back taxes to the amount of oi the investing I 75000 to that Capt Tom Ferrell auctioneer reports the sale of C L Tipton administrator of G W Tipton on the 18th at the old Amos Elisoti place The farm of 22- - acres M at the low price of 728 per acre C L Tiptoe being the purchaser Not much stiK k was sold but it sold reaThe marriage of Mr I D Giger and sonably well Household and kitchen furniture sold well mostly ia the family Miss Minnie Walker was solemnized The Captain says he is billed for the lol last Wednesday morning Bar Win lowing sales Tiptons land sale on the Crow Richmond officiating A nuui- 22nd widow Thompsons 23rd J W ler of relative sand friends itnessed the Hales 24th II B Todds 2 sth John ceremony and gave their heart felt con- Â¬ W Harris Novesaber 1st gratulations The repast was bounteous and elegant in all it parts and but ad s Kahn has purchased 645 export ded additional lustre to Mrs Walkers cattle from Charlton Alexander of Paris already brilliant reputation in the culiKy The cattle average about eighteen nary department The happy couple hundred poaads which at five cents per of numerous and pound aanreaatc the neat sum of 5800 were the recipients handsOBM presents which well attested They were all pure bred and grade Shortamong them a crayon horns red and roan and are said to be their jiopularity jiortrait of the fair bride by her friend the iK st baach of cattle in America Mr -LswesaVr teele of Nicholasville Kahn has bought the feeding of Mr Al Â¬ exander for four years past and eachsuc e beach has eclipsed the other DIED These cattle are to Ik- fed until December when thev will lie exported to Loudon The wife of Judge Elbridge Broaddus for Christinas beet Ptrh A formerly of this place died Oct 7tli at Smut in wheat calls forth an able paper Chillicotlie Mo by Joseph H Arthur D 8c and it has The wife of Thomas Johnson died near mat out in pamphlet form by the I oylesville in Madison county Ky on Kentucky Agricultural Experisseat Sta- Â¬ Wednesday October loth lM The tion He stya clean wheat on clean funeral was preached by Rev Ramsey of ground produces a class crop IV the Methodist church and Rev J I must Ik- free from smut when sown and Wills of the Baptist church if it is BOt it should be soaked over Bight Mrs Nannie Evans wife of Dr G W in a solution of hlustone which he says is the U st of all known fungicides Then Evans died in Richmond Ky on Sun Â¬ no manure made of straw that had rust day morning October lfth 1890 aged 40 vears She was a daughter of Waller must lie allowed in the field Your wheat Chenault Sr deceased and leaves eight crop will then lie free bam smut Care A valuable SI nmhlll of the should be taken to cover the sown wheat children The burial thoroughly so that smut spores from MissionarysBaptist Church took place in the Richmond cemetery neighboring fields cannot lodge on it Monday attended by a large number of If the Wheelers of Kentucky have friends done nothing else they have at leaf ac The remains of Ed Hoed who died complished good in oie way By their at Shelby City on Monday were brought meetings a ions they ban here Tuesday and interred in the cemefas up a spirit of inquiry and a desire for tery M r H ood was a son of Wm K information Laboring men just i Hood and wisalout 50 years old He as any others ought to be well informed married a daughter of Dr Hunn of Shel on all subjects 1 hey should study the by City unto which union two daught- Â¬ science of government sad Ik- able to un ers were orn Misses Katie and Lizzie 8 The country will He was taken sick while in Middlesbo be safe only so long as the great rough Jyin sear Barerd take an interest in national affairs Every Elder Wilson B Stivers died recently man ought to Ik-- a politician in tin at Nevada Mo aged 72 years He re Â¬ that he should be able to vote intelligent moved to Missouri two years ago and ly ujMin every subject presented for his gradually declined having a brain trou- Â¬ c iIisIiti1 i in Tliis mrii ii is ble His wife formerly Mrs Ijuisa auo one uiat win no iloulit mui lacior - daughter of Elder Josiah Colin the end wnefit the whole people lins I is in extremely poor health Elder Stivers was a minister in T Fox sold 79 cattle to Jo H the Christian church for half a century Wilkersou Tuesday 40 average weight He was also County Superintendent of la and sold at Public Instruction or Common 8 4121 pa at HU l SB it was then called In Johnson bought in Bath county 85 all his relations public and private he feeders 1201 pounds at SviOO W H w as a true and good uiau Â¬ Urd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasanl and refreshing to the taste and acU fently yet promptly on the Kidneys and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels coKls headaches aud fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste ami rc ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in iu effects prepared only from the mo t healthy and agreeable substances ib many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60c and 1 bottles hy all leading drag gists Any reliable druggist vrmay not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any cue vh wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FG SYRUP CO - onb PRECISELY WHAT YOU WANT IN YODB WE REFER TO KITCHEN JSisrjOY THE T UNSURPASSED their nice for their Boys to wear to school This Fall we have tried to take the worrying away from some stock ot par- Â¬ ents by laying in such a hand BOYS and I aaaP sssssa- CHILDRENS CLOTHING of iu uo is 10 come to our store bring the boys with you and take them away all fitted SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUIS VILLI Kt NEW YOZK Wt Lexington Belle AND Rip uui lor scnooi taste inese garments are subject to individual We have three well defined styles however which has shown to be the best and durability -- I experience all things considered - CitfLotsfofSale I have a few lots oil- Fifth Street ready for sale These lots are beautifully located on high and gently roll- Â¬ ing ground and are considered by evÂ¬ erybody as being the best located of any in the city for residences Persons who wish in build nice houses will do well to examine ibese lot will only place a few on the market ut plot of the ground present I have at Dr Poynlzs office T S BRONSTON- - COOK STOVE FOR YOUR HALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT MOST EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WINTER these are the two piece suits with pleated coats either with or without belt and buttoning to the neck or with lapels and the cutaway sack coat with vest all these suits having knee pants just the tiling for a school boy yor me larger boys and young men about ior convenience - 1 11 7- - JEWETTS BASE BURNER THIS IS THE SEASON FOR DOVES AND THE PARTRIDGES ARE COMING APACE WE UAVE THE Â¬ the same style garments Call are used as for men REMOVAL I and examine our stock before you purchase and we are confident we will sell you Â¬ HAVE MOVED MY Â¬ BSacksmith Shop to nv new building on Third Street where I have eyery facility for doinij the best of work more rapidly than ever before Will be pleased to see all my old patrons and many new cuts j0sFRemember I have moved to Third Street bet Irvine and North Streets 11- S L MI OK IFF Â¬ Guns and Ammunition AND YOU CAN HAVE THE FUN hl the one future as in the past we expect 10 give every fair treatment 3 thereby building and honest goods i Â¬ RICHMOV CCll THE to HKO Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES up a reputation that will h 1 1 1 LUMBER CO COVINGTON 5 MITCHELL Â¬ undersigned have formed a partner Â¬ sell all kinds of Coal and Lum ber at the lowest market price and re- Â¬ spectfully request a liberal patronage from the public The yards are located on Orchard Street and also on Third Street where we will build a warehouse upon the completion of the new railroad to this place T S BRONSTON Â¬ I- TIMING A SPECIALTY for CASH Southside Main Street near Hotel Glyndon Clothiers and Furnishers T - M M HAR3ER W C FITZPATRICK CO SUPPLEMENT w h VOLUME THE CRANKS o IV flames crept along through that mas3 of underbrush and leaped up every resinous I fought pine tree it mot was terrific it as long as I could move a limb and then dropped exhausted and despairing and watched it roar off through the woods like an evil spirit that I had raised and was powerless to control It was sundown when I gave up the fight I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 22 1890 I1I II A jlljllia 111 rifiirftniTniSgWgVai ifi a SHPP1 FMFWT m V s UUl ujjSIX 1 LLIULIXI NUMBER EARLY STAGE COACHING m 19 kind Sf maa has nrcompllshod A4t A W i -- t 4 i a M a a pm a ten wliaost a sole thank - w avail aauSS o you known as a crank Id reared B m HBBI - w ataaHHLaSLIH B T f mi If my memory st rves me he died in tho t aue New York In Mm Sk k T modore crank r the mountain tops leriOc 1 Castilian court uk mad htantki lr -- M vsftw iIS N2iaJ al J o a Mr w a How tho Daily Lino Waa Started ing passed away at his home and Manas d ton Government Assistance tn the Enterprise llistorr of tlie Scheme The Great Oltl Concord Couches That Were I11 the Service Ma in Sptem1 11 died in the same year at tho ho Palmyra Marion County Mo The first general smperii I son in this Samoa I - lent of lino was - ins vr r s some r called him a crank Tall soon I HERE is a man town in now halo and at the ago Of seventy five who was a men I tho fir this hrty first d Benjamin all tho W knew ever souri country a Ho any that started tnat from tl ane aak iltvilfoi in from tho swallowing of a fish bone Jack Gllmore was a division agent at II Salt Lake tion as lone as tho st - s ran wh moved to the mouth IIo lives in that yon on Weaver river men Fulton his steamboat was building tis nuht It rank mm- In a house for the mad know lauph at a crank last I taaV VrnfrBr i v to ori Salt Lake City II e 1 cer ran tho Mi river 3 C bry openi d their eye a she swftly steamed ae of them V caled him a crank ALL AKMED WITH SHOTGUNS attempted to tjoir a fool mountebank ire J to acknowledge weowe an of praise to the crank iffcts arc all twisted and tangled one rases in a thread knitters hank htcnod some A j praise to the crank in that grinds but one only one 1 1 iht a blank lor inv be by er bo a crank assurance your gold in can bank a homeless though -- 1 - The smartest of men Is the crank Yankee Blade anl SAVED BY A BANK BOOK Disastrous Experience of a Greenhorn on a Florida Homostoad I1AD Â¬ clerk in a city store ever since 1 been a enough to work and 1 was preen There is no was old doubt about i my mind on the bleak Vermont hillside which bad corie to mc after my father had f into his grave trying to it and bad landed in Florida book opinions of the balmy Jle soil the clamoring r sul tropical fruits and the h they could be raised In of the cypress and myrtle p a homestead on the long rip of land that divides the from the Indian river I eforo entering for use I knew that ssary The guide book said wonderfully fertile salu- y of access I found a itoads on it not yet oc- I a iittle that a n had not been I uyit I set this down crood luck in being so early rod on selling off ad in a year or for a fine house on what I re-ivn use it by sail boat from id of the river and id that I had t far to the north and also were crackers which one native farm i stony little though I the thought then I bad sold the now spurned other native Florld- lans whom ho does not like They had to bo sure but they did not seem to be growing rich on their crops This I atributed to their shift- Instead of lesa method of agriculture ir land of the big pine trees tion that cumbered it they merely girdled An and I could do nothing more that night Too wretched to eat I drank freely from my little storo of whisky and threw mvself on my couch The liquor and the exhaustion made mo sleep far into the next day and I was awakened a little after noon by loud knocks at my door Opening it I fronted by five or six big rough all armed with shotguns and with an ominous look on their faces They strode into my cabin and shut the door lchind them Stranger said tbo spokesman You havo started a fire here gruffly in your darned Yankco Ignorance of farmin and all the good youve done is to burn the raw sun and the bark off a lot of green trees and now yevo got a lot of black logs on your hands that are a derncd sight meaner to handle than ever Ilut yer derned fire has spread into the groves of yer neighbors where the dead trees were still a standin and they have been turned to the ground as anybody but a natural born tool might V lrnowed they would and our orange trees is ruined with them Such varmint as you isnt fit to live in this country Say yer prayers mister for were going to plant you before we go back I was terribly frightened for I could see they were in dead earnest My teeth latter but a bright thought struck me I had deposited some money in a bank at Jacksonville on my way down an 1 had a check book with some blank cheeks left in it though the money hal all beon drawn out long ago Gcntiervn 1 said 1 am clearing this place for a Northern syndicate who are going to make extensive plantations here and I can pay you on the spot for your losses caused by my ignorance of Florida forests and 1 assuro you that such a thing will not happen again With that I whipped out my check book took up a pencil and prepared to write with as much show of confidence as I could muster under the circumstances I had been pretty free with the five or six hundred dollars I bad brought down with me and so tho story of the Northern syndicate seemed to them to Tho word syndicate be likely enough any way seems to bavo an power down there The idea that a syndicate might be penniless seems preposterous Ilut it was the bank checks that overwhelmed them chocks on a real National bank were something they had heard of but never handled before You may bo sure they swindled me awfully in making up the estimates of their losses but I was not disposed to be penurious merely making enough objections to allay possible suspicion So I drew a chock for each man big enough to buy his whole farm five times ever and they went away laughing to themselves at my gullibility As soon as they were out of sight I packed into my boat all my outfit set every stitch of sail and reached tho It town by the next night sold my outfit for enough to buy a ticket North and did not breathe freely till I feltmy self well beyond tho reach of these simple crackers whoso groves I bad ignorantly ruined and In whose hands I knew my life would not be worth an hours purchase when they discovered how I had escaped their just indigna- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 I Lw 111 I I I BH K LBS 4 v Alex bo wa3 tho founder of the famous pony express Colonel Ma Vr of tho firm of Russell Majors Waildell worked for years in tho interest of securing daily It waa his idea that if si left the Missouri river for tho west and Salt Lake City for tho east every day tho business facilities of tho vast trans Id bo wonderfully Missouri n impossible to improved It was res for so lonsj put on a lin a disl vernment and for a Ion time Congress wus appealed to for assistance At lonjrth 1 daily delivery of alls at th iri river from ramento from tho Of this M nt to Rus- - fnd I I - tho other half Gutter nice contract or tbo ranffo i -- l im i S 1 m lPi H m W H 1 S mwI a w m LWHHi - S oik 1 Hl - Jt i 11 i -- I IILT III THE- I H II I M v DILLINGHAM ADDITION To Richmond Kentucky - of lVJ that tho first ily lino left Atci Kan then a prosperous and promising yoanjrcity a loading boat landing and on feoblo and trrcr lin Kansas City There was a jrreat deal of rejoicing over the coming of the MOW cntrrprise and with many o shouts of tho populace the first coach whipped gayly off Tho new line marked an epoch in western methods of travel The spn before a lino had been put on from Leavenworth to Denver by Jones A Uuisi 11 Tho stages ran spas- Â¬ modically and th firm encour Ttiisllne made trouble from Ux only a tow trips whoa tho Indians be impossible camo so to guarantee a travlir safo passage to tho mining camp of Denver The route lay from I rh up Smoky 1111 ins to fork and Colorados capital It tho Ir Ians and nearly erwry team of mule that tho The concern ny put on the lino at l nrth fell into the handsof Russell 11 with all accompany Major ing rights and franchises That pii kaday firm company operating an Irr ine of small coaches and unsat on a sched from St J ule of twenty two days This company lions and the sachad n mals that started from a terminus would ough nearly to frequently tho other end of the lil With the two companies out of tho was in It the fall OS THE IO A O mo section yet and his house orer gro rolled so gayly thirty years an Renham wi sa N Ills h Ilatto division at the Benham itag j stopped I celebrated driver w y has been In Twain onco drove for the Lake line although It was coast range that ho mado IIorac 3 tako in his head Artemus Ward traveled la sell Majors A WaMe Colonel Majors remembers him a cross country jou ny Horn ley often rodo on the daily I and Schuyler Coifax honored traveler In a srjccial celobrlties of tho aaaawoaM Con mostconynial far questioned lea West Thero a of tho old stages In existence bow they are running on some sb rt portant line in the mountains a tered and worn little aafg1 glories of the Atchison to Denver wa with twenty dollars added to Salt Lake Kansas City Time I DUST FOR POULTRY Ito Vaioe as a M ium for Frorln from I Fowla rs A YV went to work with vigor in their daily 1 When I I own account use of k strong and warm po- Â¬ tions miles - capital or much try bu have a corn for and rocst i 1 - H nts tn and announced a schedule time a to Salt Lake days froa distance of USOO mllea Tbo cleft each terminus dally and there was timo an- Â¬ n by At I nounced this through li old S id WEDNESDAY- OCTOBER 20th 1831 4 H up by t an iiatte Tho body reen river over tbo big n canyon day and t by night and to tory the scaly flnall ly that t Fort our ft their g 1 t r canyon mountains and was soon put on running from Dcvner to Julesburrr where It joined tho through Salt Iako coch and delivered Later tbo en- and received passengers relief I N Y Tribune Tank from OverflowingAn excellent way to control tho water in a tank is the one in common use and probably not patented A weight is at-Â¬ tached to the faucet of tho tank which is just sufficient to close it and keep it closed A strong cord passes upward over a small pulley then horizon tally and down directly over the center of the tank and is then attached to a float When water is taken from tho trough of course the surface falls lowering tho float This pulls on tho cord which lifts and opens the valve allowing water to flow into the tank When the sufficiently the tank has filled tho cork slackis raised float The ened and tho faucet closed accompanying illustration will convey Â¬ Â¬ TOO FULL Excellent Way to Keep the Water NEVER The Street Car Line Water Works and Gas Mains Extend Through the Addition HIGH DRY AND or in the vicinity I had with poultry but road dust remedies advertised with my small cheap roost i try I greased with lard oil mixed the two and greased greased little sally my wife 1 be- - 1 a couple ol A BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS No objectionable features on the grounds Accessible from every direction TITE FI1MT COACH WHIPPED OVTIT OFF M No rough or unsightly views I UEACUKI the spot bt sailboat the trees and left them standing dead and bare a constant menace to passers by and to the young orange trees which were planted among their roots as well a an eyesore on the landscape I determined to cut my trees down in the good old New England fashion clear the land thoroughly and raise vegetables between the rows of orange trees till they were old enough to bear a r olden harvest First I sot to work on the underbrush and then came my first experience with palmetto roots If there Is one thing more exasperating than another to get out of tho ground it Is a palmetto root A palmetto as high as your waist with a stem as thick as a babys arm will have a root as big and as long as tho around as a whole boy This root runs rlong just of tho ground send nnder H ing down a fringe of tough feelers into the subsoil that holds it like the suckers of an octopus But the most exasperating thing about it is that when you have dug down and got a fair hold on the thing with yonr hands if its a little one with your hoe a big strong heavy afif itsamld r made for the purpose I with a chain attached to a mule if its a big one the pesky thing breaks off in joints about a foot or two long at the first good pull and you have to hitch on all over again Weil bv the time I had two acreswllof palmetto roots pulled out and a neas of big trees down on top of I Â¬ -- f Main Street of Richmond extends through the Grounds No swamps no miasmatic poisons in the air no fever producing elements LOTS 5OX200 TO 3OO FEET I LIT IS COKE tire line was made to run by Denver and the Julesburg branch was taken off The route then lay through tho Chey enne pas down iiittcr creeu to tireen route river thence to Salt Lake was fully eighty miles south of that orig inally used About eighty coaches wcro usd In this service They were large strongly-b- thoroughly I chickens ing she foundboth dead Wo Then we triad U accord mixed sulphur ing to directions sprink their nests etc The consequence was the weather becatn cold got the croup an and so did the chickens a larger and better hou BLUEGRASS KEVEB TOO FULL Ibe meaning still more clearly If this is placed on the watering tank in the yard there will be less trouble about a wet yard in tho summer and an icy dangerous one in win ter A little ingenuity will devise means for dispensing with tho rope or pulleys To box in the spout and place the float directly under the cock using one that would be closed as the float rose on tbo water in the tank would bo good In a square tank tho pulleys can bo attached to tbo sido of a buil ling and so bo out Farnfnnd Homo of tho way Armand plore you Camille Armand Camille The Way of Woman Fly with me I Come im- Â¬ In sight of the Court House and by far the most beautiful building lots ever offered in Richmond Street Car and Omnibus Lines Will Gonuey Persons to the Sale H ready money all gone and no prospect I had come down in of a croc in slgl fall and now it was about early lson had becn a istmas tty drv one and the logs looked so I thought they would though too green to burn fast So m my back was a oken my t -- T at was the most disastrous fire I forjrot that the sap of these w trees was a Nover Sir you insult me What You will not go I will resist you with all the strength of my womans nature If you would tear me from this place you must first drug me and render me un will And a bottle of consc he bureau over there i Drama by Dumaa From asked mo to was afraid you cajLilarpers would tako her at tier word liaxar - EXCEEDINGLY EASY AND WILE BE ANNOUNCED ON DAY OF SALE SALE AT 11 OCLOCK A M REMEMBER THE ntTXTirryT i terjves u N DAY AND DATE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29 1890 KTT4TK clean largo on Ilut I and whitewash oc one didnt get it lan most essential thing road dnsi and wo continued to grease occasionally and the lice continued with us and tho Cholera came along each spring and re Â¬ lieved the chickens of their misery and uilt vehicles known in old s ahst Each one us of our chickens and our profits days as tho Concord coach cost about eight hundred dollars and practice makes perfect and I concluded -was especially fitted for the heavy work to build another poultry house I it due allowance for dust enough to do required of it Nino passengers could be accommodated with easo on tho In-- them the year round Now on cold sido of each They were softly cush-- aays nen tue cmcKeua are uuuu m can hcar laf 1 ioned and were altogether the finest thelr r thn V t P h pandemonium of crows cackles and fma mm stago was drawn by four fine strong singing from the poultry bouse and if Kentucky mules and experienced reli- - you tako pains to look in you will find them wallowing in tbo dust to their ablo drivers were put into tbo service They received good pay were fearless hearts content and tho house so full of and intelligent and an accident was a flying dust that it is imposstblo for a we havo parasite to enjoy lit rari ty lice tho Tho same firm that operated and made these arrangements the disapÂ¬ and made such a success of tho pony express scaly leg Wo the cholera havo fcedinjr have no need of peared expens shopping tho at its own doughty little a rials only when the sulphur and so the roup doesnt bother are so sat- Â¬ telegraph e2tne rlso raado tho coaching us any more IIn fact thingsof building N a success aracters soon found isfactory that am thinking and aiding an- Â¬ that the Salt Lao Denver dally line another poultry house adding another other poultry house and was the oi lv rriahl rente to the West chickens to the capital stock of and ell of them bought their tickets hundred S M Harford in Ohio way Atchison soon became a our farm that Farmer overland prominent place from which travelers started Westward and its AT S1RUKA futuro was believed to havo been made came all too sxn for the Tho railroads towns prosperity however and tho splendid Concord coaches wore retired or elso sent farther west to tbo end of the groat iron railroad Colonel Majors delights to talk of the old days of stage To tho Times reporter be coaching said tho other day It all seems so strange that our fine old coaches aw no moro for travel by and full of was comfortablo which we operated 01 sted by Indians or road 3 as the highwaymen of th one of the i We n and never Whv did you some down Mis nator Gwynn a pass Calday ker in the to the who was such an To see you Mr interest of the po fllth was I v rn m -- although v f seemed to have io end The steam A TILT WITH FOILS gauge was cloo to 150 pounds and my continued exertions kept the needle Mr Kelly Teaches His Wife How dropping farther A Memorable Nyrhtf s Work for an from seemed hours than 145 to Fence It to roe since we had Amateur Fireman left the last station but it was only a n E E E T ex- Â¬ few minutes As v o ran Bob became T WAS in 83 more agitated and constantly his voice claimed Mr Kel- Â¬ that I mado my rose above tho din of the en rino as he p ly looktng first trip over the hoarsely cried from his paper road as a locoinothat would be a More coal tive fireman j I thought it would never end Tho good thing for From a school you combined with boy up I had fol Â¬ Jolting of the engine and scrambling What would my incessant shoveling lowed an engino asked bis wife to keep my feet bad mado mo sick 1 w ith wistful eyes Fencing reÂ¬ gasped for breath as my feelings grew and my Lip plied Mr Kelly into terror and I worked madly at the ambition was one Fencing she day to be master echoed in sur- Â¬ K of one of the I never prise mighty Croat could build a urea To occupy fence an enplnee rs Whats tho box with the ase to bo an idiot retorted her hus- Â¬ power of putting I band with considerable asperity life strength and Hero mean the art of sword playing v iate pile of iron let me read you Fencing is now re- Â¬ and b mj fondest hope and to- garded as fully introduced into fashion Â¬ t for other tics my life flay l able circles for amusement of tho ladies oaU When a It is a wholesome fascinating exercise as frequently Married admirably adapted lo women occupant was i ladies ere even more benefited than tho on a plan- of vantage watching fetched and lots more to tho same unmarried kward and for Â¬ How dye effect said Mr Kelly By ward wit h engine Sposo youd like it nd bv J iako advances said his wife Well I dont know uiid engine men Jtoward tl How is it done doubtfully ral sharp rebuffs and warnings Oh they generally use small swords finally the men i foils they call em but you might be- Â¬ ustomod t seeing me around gin with a stick and Ill show you how and at what of a if you want ne to moki coal came when I Mrs You say its fashionable was a mans seat shovel and the door chain seeing noth- Â¬ Kelly hesitatingly asked on a trip fron of the switch ing hearing nothing but the hoarse and exclaimed her Says so rtjrht here I ui lance of about terrorizing cry of More coali which husband bat dye say he went on came from between Bobs set teeth as bo enthusiastically shall we begin now I n y life of toil be Stood with staring eyes now riveted on You need exorcise Martha and Ivo gan Larly the en- - the gauge with never a look ahead noticed for some time that you was bo on then and I gin Blinded by tac glare from the seeth- Â¬ coming sedentary thats what tho paper Tin Jireman ing furnac a fixture fire box and weak a little and from from exertion and fear I could bear up says right here In this piece Shall we begin w and cleaning the no longer In a weak voice I attemptMrs Kelly reluctantly consented and I pradually took his place with I ed to attract Bobs attention as 1 sank her husband inspired with tho idea l earned how to to the floor of the cab overcouio It wa tho Jut inn a fire und it gave m the priv- - As I dropped Bob gave a wild yell and dashed out intotwo shed and presently laths which in his afier years of participating in a closed tho throttlo with a mighty returned with exuberance he had recklessly wrenched run thrust His cry partially arousod me off tho ben coop As 1 grow older my parents succeeded and I managed to regain my feet and Now then ho exclaimed pulling purpose and I in di it box barely woru but kept up my tier og going out the gangway in time off bis coat while his wife moved the ad acquaiuta Ono day 1 to see a myriad of red bluo and green tablo and chairs out of the way this is bon an en- - lights changing swiftly from one color the way it is done and he instructed r who xvi acquaintance of to Mather while directly ahead of us his wife how to hold the representative in aboard of was the broal glare of a headlight A foil while he mado preliminary passes bad been switch was turned within twenty feet of In tho air to demonstrate tho method of at A- - trip us and we rusliJ Into a siding with a exchanging blows Now to make it nocom- lurch that threw me from my feet and more real and pleasant bo continued a were to came to a sudden stop well call it the fencing scene in Ham- Â¬ n and let With a Thank tiod Bob sprang i Oh that will be ever so nice mj him over my prot trato body opened w ido Mrs run wb ro the sur-- the extra tank valve and then tho in- Â¬ Kelly exclaimed and Ill be Mr Ham- Â¬ jck would jector I raised myself and followed let ad taken sick Oh yes sneered Mr Kelly coldly him from the engine to the platform 1 i is the and walk a healthy Hamlet youd be Who over then I learned what had been done safely There had been a misunderstanding saw a Halmet with red hair and a mole train I was met by between fvo of thfl operators and we in on his chin Ill be Hamlet myself to every t His wife graciously yielded the point had ran forty seven unt of tho obeyingin orders two minutes reaching to save dispute and contented hersolf forty miles this station just as the special train was with acting as Mr Laertes tho other -in a fix My pulling out Tho yard men had seen us character in the play a man joining and had thrown the switches in Come on now said Mr Kelly asrun time to avert what would have been an suming a jaunty position with his lath lo awful catastrophe as we had fully two in the air and his left hand behind his r opportu-- hundred people in our train back for protection ajrlii came His wife grabbed her lath with both 1 had forgotten Bobs wife rnd chil- Â¬ st before I dren until now rnd when I managed to hands threw it energetically aloft and Uob in a timid tell him of them he almost fainted His knocked a globe off the chandelier or not I would massive frame shook like a leaf as he Oh thats the way growled Mr faintly lircat God man why Kelly as she stooped to pick up the why thats didift you toll me I wouldnt have debris rluimel Hamlet would havo done just I bad forgotten that way it U and be trid this dry I irve Ren thankful that I didnt know I was right under tho To it I did net knew the real situation as I burner protested his wife as sho threw v my charges would su ti Id him after we the broken glass in the stove and reÂ¬ d returned had 1 sumed her lath as he has oftn re dy ob- - marked since he would have lost his Now bo moro careful this time me as his head and not been 0iul to the occa said Mr Kelly as she again took a po- Â¬ upon and in less sion The run made him famous how- Â¬ sition No dont hold your foil like I it 1 had di- - ever as the ii took it up and that you aint going to beat no carpets fluous clothing a great str or the matter thats more like it now then with tho It was s after that before I The laths rattled against each other for work again entered an engine cab Kansas a few times and Mrs Kelly received a n on the City Star terrmc Clip on ten minthe hand tbat re Â¬ CORN SMUT lies until moved the skin tin Tt is so Sacgritlom for the General Treat- from re a passenger Brut of tho Affected Grain knucklos and Corn smut is widely distributed i to hard evoked from that ved me In throughout our country and the injury lady a stupen- Â¬ i I to keep her resulting from its attack varies from dous yell an one per cent to more than A hit a pal Â¬ fifty miles with a half of the crop Experimenters do not pable hit glee Â¬ reached an lm agree in their opinions as to its harm fully exclaimed to tret fulness when eaten by cattle but it is Mr Kelly as his henthecon certain that it is not an active poison wife dropped Lc engine Tho black powder of the smut consists into a chair and of the spores which are simple seed- Â¬ her hand like reproductive todies These reIt almost produce smut much as seeds reproduce mks kilsy received a broke my finger ordinary plants Smut spores may grow CLir ON THE HAND Kne wail4- in manure and liquids in the barn Â¬ Boob Musnt mind a little thing yard for an indefinite period Tho like that Mr Kelly remarked as she smut enters the corn when it is very bound up the injured member young penetrating the soft tissues of I guess you wouldnt call It a little tho lowest joint and root of tho small thing protested his wife plant Smut does not pass from plant Hah retorted Mr Kelly scornfully to plant in the corn field a man wouldnt notice a dozen cracks Outward applications to affected of that sort Come on now plants will do no good for tho fungus His wife picked up her lath again in a is inside and no application will reach it Groat care should be taken to keep the ground from becoming filled with spores By a rotation of crops the in- Doof smut may be prevented mestic animals should not be allowed to cat the smut in the field for they will distribute tho spores in their droppings Care should be taken not to con- Â¬ taminate yard manure with the spores Infected stalk should be removed from IM DI A FIX MY FIREMANS SICK tho field beforo the smut balls open and I could soe there was something wrontr- then bo carefully destroyed Plant e d look as he none but seed which is perfectly free in silence and from smut spores The spores adher Â¬ the oru ngine ing to seed corn may bo killed by im- Â¬ Instead of signaling us ut and board mersion in a strong solution of bluo Bob read vitrioL In a general way the propor- Â¬ jEoJLiSi his otherwise pleasant face tion may be given as follows vis Uso clouded and in a short sharp tone be as many pounds of bluo vitriol as gal- Â¬ the conductor what tho dispatch lons of water The immersion should WILD BOBS FAST RIDE MEASDrfTOd LAN 6 THE B0WSEKS caa Certain simple tools for measuring both garden and farm crops or the con Â¬ tents of fields are sometimes a great For moderate distances convenience a Ught polo Fig 1 may be used to ad eleven feet long so tbat three lengths will make thhty three feet or two rods It is made of light stiff wood or ot tho material used for making fishing rods Fio L of round Iron to carry it may bo screwod into it near one end for convenience in measuring by ono person This handlo is easily made and the screw cut by a common blacksmith When used small slits of tin are placed against the ends to show its exact posi- Â¬ tion as moved onwards Fig 2 represents a measuring machine which we constructed some twenty years ago for tho rapid measuring of fields and which has the advantago over the surveyors chain or tape line in tbat it is always used by one person Tho spokes of the wheel are a little larger than common lath These spokes form a wheel of such size that one revo Â¬ lution measures exactly one rod This will be effected if oach ono is thirty two A Some Simple Tools With Which It Be Badly and Accumteiy Dob Mr Bowsers Harrowing Experience with Various Patenta V I exaotly DONT know just THE BEST -- KENTUCKY JDIUL IT BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west FARLEY One of the oldest raavtag and with much accuracy It is j small handle many inventions are brought out weekly In this country but I do know that Mr Bowser would buy each and every o n e o f them If ho had how IS OUR- - FAST LINE BETWEEN Bid for Your Trade Â¬ Lexington No 2 SOUTH BOUND Kx Sun Cincinnati 1890 No 8 Ex Sun 335 pm 507 p m Kentucky WROUGHT smiths KIMS keep IRON tor SPOKES sup- Schedule in Effect May lltli No 4 Dally WHB the opportunity When we first set up housekeeping ho had churns S chines cultivators w washing -- ma Â¬ Â¬ apple parens agon jacks boot - jacks E epring locks gate latches and so on to the extent of a wagon load and he has added to tho collection ever since when ho could do so without my knowledge Ono day about a year ago an express wagon unloaded a model of a patent gate at the barn and soon thereafter Mr Bowser came home in an excited and en- Â¬ thusiastic state of mind and said to me Dont scream or faint away or fall over any thing or break an arm but bo calm and collected Mr Bowser what do you mean Bo calm be calm Mrs Bowser wo are worth a million dollars Worth what Keep cool Dont let tho good news unhinge your mind Yes we aro worth a cool million and perhaps two or three Has some one left you a legacy No 1 have mado it with my own wit and foresight Money can bo left to a Fall and Winter purchase was made with a view of offering the best qualiOur prices may ties at lowest figures startle but they will not vex the careful buyer QJTJlJ UTJTJTnjTnjlJTriJUTXU iucliinall Ivc CovltiKtoii FillllMHlth Lvc ynlhihiui Arr 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Ex sun 235 pm 700 753 819 843 934 1015 1 No no a W L FAHLEY Far- Â¬ and one half Inches long Tho hub is mado of two circular pieces of inch face to face to board screwed gether holding the spokes firmly in grooves previously cut There are eight spaces bctwoen tho points and if thoy are just long enough for each space to bo twenty four and three fourths inches the implement will measuro accurately one rod The points should not be so sharp as to sink into soft ground The axlo is an iron rod with a nut on each end and a solo leather washor is placed between A suitable size for the spokes is half an inch thick and inches wide at tho hub tapering to an inch or loss at tho point Sometimes a wagon whocl has been used but it la too heavy and tho jerks which its weight causes makes It inaccurate On a smooth surface wo havo found the measuring of our wheel not to vary 171 Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lexington Paris Arr Millerxfourg Carlisle Successor to John am am am 543 pm 6 36 p m Johnson am MaysviJIe am a in 730 pm 805 p m w o l dTjTjajirurnjTiuxrinjTruTJiiJxri SOUTH BOrNl Lve Muysville JolinHon Carlisle MillentMHS Arr Pirns Lexington OTington 1 Kx Sun 530 557 649 715 740 835 a m Ho In Lilly No Dally Ex sun 135 pm 233 p m 415 pm 630 pm 3 am a m a m am am 47 Pm niiRt AND m IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF 9aWp nil Mi ps No Iluus ilnily from Lexiufitou to iiiiiiiuatl 1045 a m No II aud H Ituu Sundays only anil make climatl tin -- Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Etc THE BAHHER ASSORTMENT OF THE iaris No No M CANT TOU SHEATHE CONVENIENCE fool but it takes a sharp man to make money for himself Come out to the barn rr Â¬ FIO 3 1 i s- - 1 -- three -- more than half an inch in a rod and on grass land not over an inch in a rod A common carpenter made tho machine Fig 8 shows how a triangular field or piece of ground b c d may bo easily and accurately measured As a right angled triangle contains exactly one half as much as a squaro or rectangle divide tho three sided piece into two high right angled triangles as represented But but P by Fig 3 the common square a being Theres no but about It Mrs Bow- Â¬ used to form tho right angles Multi- Â¬ ser Lets figure a bit Well say there ply the two shorter sides of the two tri Â¬ are 50000 farmers In the State Each angles thus formed together add tho one wants five of these gates making products and divido the sum by two 850000 gates In all Each gate can be put and the quotient will be the area Uso In for 8 and the profit is S5 This gives feet for small pieces and rods for fields me 1250000 Well allow 850000 for Fig 4 represents tho way in which an bad debts and wo havo a cool 81200000 Irregular four sided field maybe moas- - to put in our pockets Isnt that a good margin on 500 Do you know that tho farmers will buy this gate Buy it Why they aro crying for it all over tho State I expect to bo at least a thousand orders behind the best I can do Well I hope it will be a success I followed him out and when ho had placed tho model in the alley and arranged certain parts to his satisfac tion he said This isthoClimax farm gate covered by three different patents I havo bought tho right to tho State of Michi Â¬ gan for S500 You seo tho idea This rope leading out on either side of the post is to be pulled by any ono wishing to pass through See Farmer doesnt have to get down off his load of hay just gives a yank gate opens drives through gate hangi shuts goose Gents Etc SEASON So Great in Assortment tSo Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAr in Price GIVE YOIf A BENEFIT Arrives Exiept Sunday a m Falmouth Arrives Cincinnati 7 a in Except Sunday No 7 t I and ill use New Fourth Street depot between John und Smith Striets after Our Gexxis are of excellent qualil July 1st our PRICES REASONAU TRAIN NOTES No runs daily b Lexington and Clpriimati o rui between Cincinnati and Lexington N 2 and make connection at Winch-eatefor points on the N N A-- M V Uy 11 PA1 IMPORTANT Train of I hi line now ar rive at and depart from the Central 1iiion i lea sHiHi tiai sen u at Â¬ Paaamajer station Cincinnati making con nection for all pointa North East and Wert Through TieUets sold and Baegage Checked tounj point reached hy railroad For full particulars address or cull on any A SPECIALTY Of alien t of the Company or V L MUNSON Trav Passr Agt Bridgelorth Cooking aud Heat- Â¬ incmiiati O S F It MOttSKtienl Pass Agt Cincinnati ing Stoves 11 V Fres E HUNTINOTON Ueo Mur V V tAKH Agent Hiehmoni Ky General Offices cliamtK1 of oiumerce liulhl- ing Cincinnati O Falmouth 7i0 in No 7 Leavei 1 Â¬ 11 C lil a m Kxcept Sunday Leave Cincinnati tcM p ra raven Lexington HARDWARE Fo2r MM a m Arrive Sale sei Note that We now have double dally train ices both wa s on Sundays belWHcn Cin-Â¬ cinnati und Lexington CLAUDE SMITH CO GIVE DS A CALLAXD WW1LL PATTTTfYC W L Douglas Shorn are warrant stamped on bottom VAUllUH and price erf ami every pair hiiH Iijh name C nO 3nn SALE OF LAND As execuor ot Mr S A V ISAe 1 Â¬ urcd by dividing It Into four rlpht angled triangles and measuring each A few light in tbo way just described fitakos Inserted into tho ground at tho right places will make the division distinct whilo the measuring is going en It will be moro convenient to set tho square used for finding tho right angles in a stake as shown by Fig 5 It becomes desirable sometimes to lay out curved lines on ornamental grounds or for walks or h FIG 4 I VORIES SCHOOLFIELMCO fJTrtaKS The Only One Price Cash Clothiers S2 mTm snn H75 will on but RAMSEY fIFE Â¬ Â¬ - 1 will havo a very bad or broken appc aranco Truo curves with any degree of devia tion from tho right line may be laid out by irtfflt using tho rod fio 5 represented by Fig fl An iron pin at tho middle A holds it from sliding on the ground while used where also is an open socket to receive tho marking stake C is a graduatod cross bar for varying tho curvo Fig 7 shows how it is used for making tho curve tho groat- - carriage drives where if badly done with breaks or anglos they cr the deviation at move each tho liortor tho curve At each move a peg or stake is inserted and tho curvo ia i I dont know ssji replied the conduced its for jou I j or aran then at a at tho sheet of tis get on said the but we bad bet reply and we stiy W iper Ill go not last longer than twenty minutes MR KKLIY CATCUKS IT ON TIIE EAR If the wet corn is placed upon sloping boards the liquid may be drainod off dispirited sort of way and crossed Mr and used over again a number of times Kellys foil Orange Judd Farmer Look out now ho said excitedly Im coming for you with tho death A LAND MEASURE A he said vousiy rs cond trrin full ter I was to eras ngingtho to ask the rent doubt in Bobs nearly dark and after I had lighted the lamp in front of tho srtoosn gai ainly sec Bobs CMiac of t mini It stead of lei lace He was In worried pick up her- ft the station he pulled open and with a Simply said Jive re eci I had hardly regained my seat before jive it to her Weve lie called again y i0 y were running then at a tremen-Â¬ dous rate of speed Bohs watch was auge lamp where he had placed It and his gaze v as divided between the gauce the watch and tho track ahead He had left his seat and was standing over against the ro wers lever which was within a notch or tw ter with one hand Tripping the throttle and tho other on his body bent forward in a Â¬ Suaple and Accurate Device for Meator Ins Your Fields Take a flat hoop from the flour barÂ¬ rel loosen tho tacks which hold tho ends together and expand or contract the hoop so it will measuro just Si feet around it and tack it together again Now nail two pieces of boards across each other inside tho hoop and you havo a wheel not unlike a barrow wheel with four spokes Take another piece of board say 3 feet long and 4 inches wide and cut a slot out of ono end making it look like a large tuning fork But tho hoop in tho slot and bore a hole through tho center of the spokes of tho hoop and insert a stout wire or wooden pin Now we have on a largo scale just such a tool as blacksmiths use for measuring tho inside of wagon tiros Let us seo what wo can do with It Three turns of tho wheel equal one rod We run it SS turns in one direction and the same at right angles 39x38 equal blow and you want to look out for mo This bit of information had the effect of btimvlating his Wife to extraordinary efforts and the oils struck fire at every blow while Mrs Kellys lah performed 1 majrveloM vari n their eccentricity fiera I comef sboufd the excited Mr Kelly and he lowered his foil for the finishing stroke At that instant out A convenient measuro which the tis wifes lath was describing a most astounding evolution in tho air and in the farmer or gardener wants to use confusion of the moment that worthy woman brought it down with a degree of spirit totally unlooked for in ono of such sedentary habits catching her hus- Â¬ band neatly across the ear and knocking him with great precipitation over a chair What dyo do that for ho yelled as ho struggled to his foet and bung on to his aching head I didnt go to pleaded his wifo fio a abashed and awed by tho unlucky ter-oftonor perhaps than any other is tho mination of ono roprosented by Fig 9 which enables tboi r innocent him rapidly to OKU pleasure lay off drills or Oh no yoo f- A short marked A curve may bo mado to run gradually Into a longer one and vice versa by a regulnr incretso or decroaso on tho short scalo at each measurement with Such the role r and 7 So rres as a e rpra Ben tod by Fig 8 are thus accurately laid thus regularly t rrs Â¬ There you go Always ready to throw cold water on uny of my enter-Â¬ prises If I brought you a solid chunk of gold youd do your best to make out that it was nothing but a brick An hour later a couple of sturdy old farmers came up at Mr Bowsers invita- Â¬ tion to sec the patent and I sneaked out to one sido to hear what thoy might say Mr Bowser exhibited the gate went over his figures and then asked what they thought of it Whats it for they asked Why to 6ave a farmer from getting down oil a load of hay or off his wagon Um Yes Isnt it a good thing Mobbe But it must be Cant you seo the con- Â¬ Tho farmer venience at a glance doesnt havo to get down No I see he dont and hes a durnod idiot Hed better git down a thousand times than to pay 88 for that gate Whats he there for but to git down nos got lots of time to git down and climb up again In about ten minutes thoy knocked the underpinning away and let Mr Bowser down with a dull thud Ho didnt lot go altogether however until after ho had taken tho model to the bay market and secured further opin- Â¬ ions One oi tho last farmers to ex- Â¬ amine it turned to Mr Bowser with If ye want to catch the farmer In- Â¬ vent sunthin that will fodder tho stock and feed tho hogs aforo daylight on a Might make tho winters morning name invention bring wheat up to 83 a bushel do his plowin run tho cidor mill and pay off the mortgage on his farm It wasnt long before Mr Bowser InÂ¬ vested in a patent farm fence The model showed three boards and two lines of wire to a section and ho bought six county rights at about 8100 each He camo home on a trot brimful of enthusiasm and as ho took mo out to eeo the model bo explained A farmer ccn get along without a patent gate but ho cant do without tho ponces He cant wriggle out of this no jhow Hes got to havo it and hos got to loome to me for it Wish to inform the public that T Ramsey is no lontcer eon Ramsey Xeeted with the Corner Dry Goods Store since selling his interest to W D Oldham bat is now running IT IS NECESSARY In 2n0llaMtBw3 Sal on the Oct 251 M I premc near waco in county Ky oflcr for sale pub sold privately before that time 275 ACRES W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN Tho xcellenco and wearing qualities of this shoo cannot be better shown than dt the strc endorse nuntt of its thousands of constant wearers enuinr llnnd which an entrant and SeOO stylish ircss Shie oevred commend Itself J Writ A fine calf sho JiOO llatid-ocwt-- d unequalled for style and durability is SO 50 Shoe atwar Welt price the standard drcs a iopular O PollCOTMasj Shoe Is especially adapted r railroad men O Allf HBata in Congressfarmers etc Lace Button and These Days for Good house outbuildings fine and latin water for all purposi eneed clo- to post oilice express aCcr vo schools churches sh Fine Calf and Laced Waterproof Grain THE PALACE Cash Dry Goods Store No 9 First Street in connection with V S G Fife near the old corner at the red flag and wants his old friends ladies and gentlemen and the public generally to call on hmjhecan sell them goods cheaper than he has ever sold We have sethem before cured the services ot Mr Green as salesman and Miss Hazel wood and Mrs Million as salesladies and guarantee general protection to ladies Now is the and children timelo buy your goods ours are so low that we may have to mark them up soon in place of down We now have on hand and daily receiving a splendid stock of Â¬ MERCHANTS 150 T0LIE 332 050 Awake Nights to Devise Means to Attract Trade The have 1 asa most favorably received since Introduced and the recent Improvements make them superior iany snoes sot a at tuos- prices Ask your Dealer and ir me cannot supply yH H direct t factory enclosing advertised pric or noatal for order blanks W I Brockln Mus 3HOESlafo03 bottom land on Muddy Creek Terms liberal and made known on da of sale Sale at n oclock Apply to me in Richmond or to Jq aers on the larni JOHN F WAGERS ACRES UUKiliS Managers of the Sold by Jack Freernon C 140 aofse3s well improved and near the above 13 10 At the same time I will sell my farm B P WAGERS T WELLS F B CARR THROUGH CAR LIN RACKET STORE Have Decided to G T WELLS CO MACKINAC Commencing July ist there will be tablished a through line of ftrst c tibuied Pullman and Wagner Sleep Cars daily between Cincinnati Day Toledo Detroit Mackinaw Citv and principal resorts of the Upper Penini 0fM1ehiganviatheCil D R and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleepers will he attached to trains I ing Cincinnati at tooo p m dailv e Saturdav returning leave Mackinaw 9 a m dailv except Suuday The advantages secured by purcha through tickets via this route comp of such favorable and well known lini the Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton R and Michigan Central Ry must be ap ent to all first class travel No other can offer such advantages as to accon dations and route allowing stop ovs Toledo and Detroit then continuing journey to the most lovely resorts on Arrercan continent For pamphlets pertaining to Mac Island and other summer resorts via this line write to anv agent of th H D R R or to E O McCor General Passenger and Ticket Agent 200 Wes Fourth Street Cincinnati The Only Coal Yard in Towd Only a square from tlie Court house tiout have to seud away out to the depot Cos1 Foreign ud Domestic Dress Good You Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Trunks in fact everyÂ¬ Selheredto anyFartofTown thing kept in a first class store We call especial attention to our suits of Â¬ QUIT LYING Awake Studying How to Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lnmp Coal Nov open at Myers old lumberyard next to Second Presbyterian church Quickest delivery iu towu Lowes prices Try us 20- 0 T WELLS Ss CO BOYS CLOTHING at 125 -Made a yes Tho agent wanted 83000 at first for the counties but he soon discovered that I knew a thing or two I shall be Â¬ gin to morrow to turn the barn into a factory I shall supply this country from hero Has any farmer seen It I asked Not yet but three or four of them will be up pretty soon and I have no doubt that every one will order a milo Of a 7 de as though he would ne along Every second almost his eye would rest or the steam gaug and In shirp tones he would call re ivellng away for dear life as it were and I began to feel hurt at his My back was aching tence here were big blisters on my hands avnd at one it as though I would up One look at Bobs set face was now strangely white oon- aiaood me that he had no thoughts of any fatigue and I kept up out of sheer desperation I was beginning to feel frightened myself too and that aided 7 LAND MEASURE aJH AJ f didnt go to shrieked Mr Kelly in a pas sion torn voice wicing about the room and rubbing his in jured ear oh 0Z COUrSO Â¬ square turns turns equal one acre L444 As 1440 square wc find we have a space 11 foet square more than an acre Once more wc run the wheeLTU turns in a straight line and CO at a right angle 00x72 Equals 4320 Divide this number by 9 as 9 square foot make 1 rod and wo get 4S0 square rods or three acres or divide tho number by 1440 the num- Â¬ ber of square turns in an acre and the result is the same Approximate meas Â¬ ures can bo taken of irregular tracts Ml thus I have a field 242 turns in ono We were running at a fearful rate lino 1C in another 63 in another and The mighty aaacbi md swayed 131 in another which brings mo back from side to side as it bounded along to tho place of starting These rg what was now Inky darkness with added make 020 turns Multiply lines one the one gleam of light from tho head fourth of this number 155 by itself a no easy matter to keep and you get 23025 square turns or a A red little over 10 acres iy Â¬ This is not stream of fire trailed from the smoke Â¬ ly correct but near enough for perfect al stack and one as I glanced back from tical purposes Farm and Home prao tbe cab window the glowing sparks you wouldnt i ciiii have done it for tho world You Dsstst mind a littlo thing like None of your back talk round shouted Mr Kelly here you take and lug them laths out into the shed and the next time you want any exerÂ¬ cise dont you ask me to help you out EfclXV FALUS UACKWARD UOt with none of your blame foolishness and as his wife meekly gathered up the remains of their encounter he jumped into his hoots and went out doors to rub his swollen ear What women seem to hanker after is W O Fuller Jr in Texas exercise Siftings Tite Minnesota experiment station has bad excellent results in spraying us with London purple to kill lio Three solid looking agriculturists put They In an apponrancc attar awhile gave the model a careful looking over ro ws of hills and then ono of thorn took out a pencil throo foot apart and said Its a mighty purty fence and it will or three and a half or four foot Btand but lets figjer a ilttlo on tho Holding it in his cost hand a single It Tho result of tbo figuring proved that would take about tho value of an av Â¬ placing on the erage farm to fenco it with that sort of ground gives the desired distance fence and the model is upstairs in tho which is better barn to day Among Mr Bowsers investments was than the common practice of guess- Â¬ a patent gato spring Ho brought the ing how far apart sample homo under bis arm having FIO 0 aro tho rows of bought the Stato right to manufacture corn potatoes etc or measuring by and sell and ho was hardly in tho house beforo ho said spreading the feot Mrs Bowser will you have the kind- Â¬ ness to mako some figures for mo Pub uifKK aro UNO oojections to using down 1428200 Now multiply that by for hay In preference to mangers one is the liability of the stock get Â¬ 60 The totals is cents you will divide ting seeds of various kinds in tho eyes by 100 to get itintodollars and the other is the danger of injuring Its over 5850000 I replied Exactly but call it aneven 8800000 them in putting hay into the rack3 with What for a fork To represent the sum I shall mako dog It is not a good thing to have a dog within tho next year on this patent gato spring I figure that there aro 1428360 that is too smart Vio once know a that would let down tho bars for tho gates in this Stato which need springs cows Its ownor thought it very cuto This spring can bo sold for 81 and tho until one day ho let down the wrong profit is sixty cents Just like rolling bars and tornod tbo herd Into the corn I hope so field It A Alterforwood CustomBoots and Shoes be low cost and other custom made best brands of Shoes A splendid all very cheap line of all kinds of Shirts Over and Under frorc 15cts to 2 below cost We sell the best 5 and 10 cent Handkerchiefs and Hosiery in the Ladies White Party city Kid Gloves 35 to 40 cents Crattbea from 3 to 10 cents per yard less than cost Good Calico 4cts Challies 4 and Nice S cents less than cost Lice Lace Bed Sets 125 Curtains a big hue and cheap and Curtain Boles Comforts A good line of Gents Bants to close out 50 to 75 cents below cost OverDont buy your alls 35 els Â¬ ATTRACT TRADE BY TUTTING TIIE KNIFE CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS INTO THE v PH0HTS So POSTEI that every article sold would be an advertisement for their house COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF All persons are hereby warned a hunting fijhing rideing or otherwise 4 on our lands in Madison cc The law will be enforced against all NEW CARRIAGES ders R B Powe Jonah Parke NEW SURRIES Albertus Parke John Tipton Lizzie Woolery NEW SULKIES Martha Kerby Ed Baxter Powell John F Thomas Si Baxter W W Prookshire Wm Brumbac My vehicles are all new and of the W A Lanter Ravmond very latest pattern E j Powell They are for sale Wm Rei t ie most OB reasonable terms If yon Harvey LanterJ Jack E wntit ti vehicle com and see me und you wont go home without one 5- - JOHN DONELSON A G WILLIAMSON CITY ENGINEER CLi O A ISL F5 TINWARE STATIONERY NOTIONS ETC A few pieces of 10 cent Challies J U ESTSAY TAKEN We will until you see ours have in a few days the finest line of best fitting Cloaks in and we have Richmond many other special bargains If you will come in goods aritl look we will be glad to show vou all through the stock Civil Engineer and Surveyor 4Y liiku Ro tdways Estimates given fas Farm druiimge Town Lots laid Surveys made for Railways Turn GENERAL LAHD SURVEYS Line retraced special attention fciven to t pogrphiHl maps and plats of orrenpond farroa and oilier lands etice solicited with parties interesitd in surveys of lands in mountain counties f On the fth of September 18 iron r ire mule 5 ye hand me to my house n4 town ountv and ha been in my possession The owr have the muie by proving proper i charges 17 20 JAMES H ASBt left at G cents a yard UULE COLTS M I First door above Fanner Bank i Ramsey Fife i M J HILL Maiir t Keulucky OiTice City Hall Richmond Ky 9- - I have 100 mule colts for sale at able prices H H C 17- - THE WORLDS FAIR were horse breeders horse owners and eral minds It appears that a bod horse racers When they came to Vir- preacher of the name of Arney entered ginia it was natural that they should re- Â¬ a horse recently at the races at Kalama- Â¬ Although the Columbian Exposition will Vedassdsy - - October 22 1890 tain their fondness for their favorite ani- zoo and bet on him and won quite a not open iti doors fof two years or more mal It was natural too that in their pile of money It was the preachers the many readers of this paper who have Uiv a lot new surroundings they should continue horse that won the race and the money already begun to think of paying it a visit sale next Wednesday i it tin- as far as possible in the habits and ideas News of the event got bruited around will be glad to learn that they will have that they had brought with them from among the brethren at Muskegon and the best of railroad facilities The Pennlilinfrliam it Kale postponed till next the mother country This was long an- Â¬ the chun h authorities were compelled to sylvania Line which the shortest through Wednesday tecedent to the period of railroads Horse order an investigation As soon as the rout between Cincinnati and Chicago the Three Forks celebration back riding was the usual mode of loco- Â¬ committee was organized Parson Arney now runs two trains dally in each direc- lay motion in Virginia as in other new came forward and made a full confession tion between those cities and will run HL M Maupin has rented her States and the population being sparse He stated that he liked a good horse more when the buisness requires it with Mr and settlements a considerable distance and in fact carried on a small breeding comfortable passenger coaches and Pullfarm near Kiniii t Mr Alex Gibba Buffet Parlor cars makapart it was natural that the early inhab- Â¬ establishment quite as much for the man Sleeping or The Census rureau places Richmonds A Landmark to 6o ing direct connection with trains to and itants of Virginia should seek to improve pleasure of the thing as for the profit pain if imputation the past ten y The heirs of the late Malcolm Miller the quality of the horse upon which their which he derived from the sale of his from Cincinnati and this city The ex fj per cent whose gradfather John Miller was the long journeys were made The knowl- horses after thev were trained I went cellence of the PennsGvaniaa track and the compleatness and extent of its equip Pleas Court 16 in session founder of Richmond have decided to reÂ¬ Common takedge of breeding which they had ac- Â¬ over to Kalamazoo he continued 81 it t presiding with a docket move the remains of all persons buried in quired in England came into play They ing a nbe d colt with me ment enable at all times to take the best 19- BBS the old burying ground on Main street were familiar with the best strains of Brethen I hadnt the slightest idea of en- Â¬ of care of its Southern patrons so far as the same may lx found The Â¬ horses in that country and they soon be tering Abitut Wellesley in the races But I hail hardof the Dillingham let- - ndver--la- y old pioneer Miller gave about one acre to gan to import animals of the choicest ly got into the town before I heard a perwas postponed till next Did you ever meet a college bred girl the town of Richmond as a burying blood they could buy In this way the son shouting that he had a d - lay And who did not love her Alma Mater Bunds and Mocks Delivered ground so long as used as such For early atoek of Virginia became the best colt that could beat any other colt of a why should not she as well as her brother Or last Friday President Stine of the nearly all rUM indebted B Wi J ninety years it has existed but on the continent and Virginia was then like age in the world I went and looked think her own the dearest and noblest Three Forks road and Judge Kichards not in active InSf tirui oi Bsoakftaa use since the opening of the the best of the horse breeding States at his colt and after seeing b I felt satis and best After reading the charmingly attorney for same met OanHniaalma T cemetery in 18M was a fied that my colt could Isat it and told written snd magnificently illustrated arCounty of Kentucky The D Chenault and County Attorney Sulli- A large number of graves are marked rii- - grajes part of Virginia At an early day some the fellow so Then the fellow bantered ticle on Student Life at Wtliesley ColA bunch van in the otlice of County Judge Chen Â¬ with rude unlettered stones Ten or of the adventurous citizens of that State me for a race but I told him I wouldnt lege in Demorests Family Magazine for HOUSE NOTES and on a vine in the rear of the ault by appointment and formally asked twelve only have lettered stones only wfc determined to try their fortunes in what race because I was a Methodist preacher November just received we do not wonfor the 125000 in Madison county 1hii1s one of which is mabrle that of Alice has been lowered was then regarded as a very remote part He made fun of me and said I bad BO der at the enthusiasm of the Wellesley Axtels record 212 received a calile- - being the one half due held by the com ilahy Wherritt who died in 1S41 aged 3 years by Nelson of the State The accounts which they sand Finally he said be would bet me alumna and students for the Wellesley to2llJ announcing the death missioner in escrow for the railroad com A great numler of interments took place sent back to their friends in the older seven ti one beeanne I was a Methodist blue At Morris Park New York sale 33 ears pany Several vrsons were present and in 1S4M that Isinga cholera year and portions of the State of the beauty and preacher and then went on to abuse the Every wpmin and evev man too will latum was freely discussed Mr several were sometimes put in one grave horses sold lor SIMM prietoroi the Free fertility of the country induce a large church If he had abused me singly it be interested in the iilu traled article At the Chicago sale 34 head made 42 n of half a cen Chcnauit mentioned the absence so far Among the lettered stones we found immigration to Kentucky and the best would have been all right but when ho about The Fur Seal the vomer beÂ¬ valuaHe suggest- of facilities for receiving passengers and yesterday daughter of John Meals Eliz 050 an average of 123 portions of Kentucky were soon occupied started to abuse the church I couldnt cause every blessed one them loves a handfreight along the line President Stine abeth Priseoe Â¬ At a recent Chicago sale 16 horses ag by a Virginia population wife of Wm Briscoe died As the ances- Â¬ stand k So I entered my colt against some sealskin garment and the men beion- in i said he meant to have those facilities as 1814 aged 70 years Mary Logan born gregated 12550 an average of 784 tors of these people had brought with his and put up 200 all the money 1 had cause they want to know what they pay Madam Feaaale Institute is overrun mass tley could be constructed and 1771 died 17iS Mary Chevis The fall meeting of the Kentucky As- them from England an ardent love for against 1400 of his money Brethren consort of n the spare before the next their money for for sealskin is sealskin run with b installment of bonds be Â¬ David Chevis aged 00 years Mildred sociation opened at Lexington on Mon the horse and an aptitude for horse the sole and only object I had in view- and costs a pile of money having beenrgjven up to them came due Commissioner Chenault it said Jurinan Wn 1S50 died 1851 Thomas day breeding so the new population of Ken- was teaching of this wicked person a Thirty eight are taking musi he wanted to napcet the road before infant oi Win Napoleon VrKinliy Jarman Mrs Eaassbnth J W Berns Sprague Wilkes valued tucky brought with them from Virginia lesson is to the wrongfulness of abusing A special train was in Grant wife of Mr John W Howard has rentel out taking action Mr F G Attvvood the widely known Anthony rant born 1811 at 6000 fell dead in the first heat of a the same qualities From Virginia they the church The Lord was on my side Sal at Fori to Cant Klkin the waiting and he was conveyed over the died USB Jordan C infant of Charles also brought the greater proportion of and my colt won If I hadnt stood up cartoonist begins his permanent connecrace at Lexington last week steasaboafl n an anl his store house to line to f BOJarillli where he had deposit and Lockcy Vigus 1810 1811 Three their horses and these were of the very against that person he would have tion with the Chicago America in its isAt W T Woodwards sale Lexington t He lias not decided where ed the Ixmds Arriving in the city he ancient church yard headstones chronicle best blood that the country then afforded dahned that he had won a victory over sue of October 16 In a clever instructive ast week 31 horses sold the first day for delivt red the bonds to the railroad oilicials the following lie will locate In Kentucky they found all the condi- Â¬ Goda people I had to do something or cartoon he represents Napoleon McKinley Here lieth the body of 34 sold for lti7ti0 second day and the railroad stock to the amount of BogOt Greenhalgh a native of England tions favorable for the nronagation of the I should have felt that the church had driving away the commerce of the world ministra Ir J W Hie 125000 was received Nancy Hanks made a quarter of a mile best quality of horses a limestone soil been overcome I have got tbe 1400 while forty centuries look down upon the born 1770 died 1845 And this In nd agent for her heirs Mr Att memory of Here resteth the boddy of in 32 seconds the last day of the Lexing that produced the most nutritious of that I won from that wicked person right performance with amazement s ill sell the farm ami personal property Reunion of the Jeff Davis Kneampment 1 ffi Mary ireenhalgh a native of Old Eng- ton trots and won the 500 purse in 222 grasses a climate in which horses could here and intend to turn it over to the woods cartoons will alternate with others inlay November 1st near Union From the Alexandria Daily Times we Stamboul trotted against time in Cali- live for the larger jortion of the year church because I represented the church by Frank P W Bellew Chip who has learn that the Jell Davis Kneampment of land who died march 1831 in the Htd fornia on Saturday and lowered his own without being fed and without artificial in the horse race So under those cir- also been engaged to draw regularly for derate Veterans beld a year of her age happy in the Lord has for Notice how body is Kindled Another is and Axtells record making a mile in shelter in fact all the elements that lo cumstances I think you ought to deal America and arrangement which will add reunion in that city on last Ibagnjday at iri the employ of Mr A T of Tliaalrth late consort of Oliver 2111 And so the commit- Â¬ strength and variety to its cartoon departto make up the ideal region for breeding leniently with me Gen Nunnelley lift yc terday to make his which 2000 people were present a ment foml tee did It voted him to be as g ireenhalgh 181K 1838 It 1 roiling hit norse rreed horses It is noi Mn llariaHII afli The keiiiI k Hia wile will go up George 0 Watts President of the Kn er is of Roger son of it Kirksille Oliver ireenhalgh ers Association had a fine meeting at ness for the horse which these people christian as Sbet fe in the State of Mich- Littles Barber Shup Keinuved a native of Madison and be can make preparations for eampment George T Little has removed his barbrother of W W Watts Esq of Rich 1801 1S38 But an odd inscription in on Ixington the past week Good crowds had inherited from their ancestors which igan mill took the 14U0 an uiiiiIcd it rnuL her had been strengthened by generations of into the foreign mission fund mond was the principal orator The a well preserved slab 2Jx6 feet it reads and fast time ber shop down street 3 the house 1 M 1ryses addition to his new hotel Sacred to the memory of Mr Andrew W K lAtchers Prince Fortunattis won culture in that direction and intensified Times besides publishing Geo Wattss ly occupied by Sanders cigar store secNEWS PARAGRAPHS ThePryn Hotel is Hearing comple speech in full also prints a good por Elder born October 2 17S died Septem Â¬ the closing race at Latonia on Saturday hy the peculiarity of their situation ond door from Herndons corner He ber 2 1S44 By his request the fcllowing the Cincinnati Ilotc1 Autumn Handicap should have become a dominating influ Â¬ tion It i about twelve rooms ttait of him The Times says The remains of Mrs Alice Conway of invites his old patrons and the public genHe inscription was made Glory to God in for all ages in 155 j which will give him ample room at leas graduated at West Point from ence in this highly favored region and Kanaaa nee Ward were beamed at Paint erally to call Customers promptly the State present Mr Alex Stapp of of Kentinky in June class of Yd the highest Peace on earth and good will The Dr Brown farm of 311 acres six that Kentucky horses became celebrated Lick church last week waited upon Everything clean and first He toward men The stillness of death is is the chief workman Mr entered the regular army of the was class and the best of work done Marshal Vogelsong of Falmouth miles from Lexington on the Harrods- - through the length and breadth of the 13 Inited kiiir an addition to his States as second lieutenant of Mounted upon thy brow anil dark is thy lowly burg pike has been sold to the million- Â¬ land Nor is it strange that in after years waylaid and killed its he was going into - 10x50 Donelsox has a quantity of new Sulfeet Beattyrill EiU Kifies but resigned this position and en tomb Put tnist thy spirit is resting now aire horse breeder Frank Sturgess of when from small beginnings tbe business his own yard Thursday night kies Surries and Buggies of the aevest wliare trubles can never come Notice of breeding horses had grown to vast n the regular army of the ConfedChicago Several paintings two hundred years and most popular pattern and at v ery Indian Land Buyer proportMna these horses should be eag erate States in July 1881 being assigned how two words where and trouble are old were burned in Mrs Patsy Clays reasonable figures At the Parkville N Y sale of trotters 5- If we mistake not Dr J A E idfrom erly sought for by buyers R Kincaid of to duty on Gen Puckners stall at sielled house Bourbon county Thursday 140 in New York 110 head aggregated all sections of the country The been appointed by President Bowling Green Kentucky be was ap Summers the well known former teacher Sliee p For Sale lao amnge 1278 The highest priced type of horses first cultivated in Col N II Gaither of Harroilsburg Harrison one of three commissioners to pointed engineer in charge of building of Richmond was his grandson and I have 2000 sbeep for sale including horse was Gold Ieaf by Sidney dam Kentucky has heen re elected Colonel of the Second was undoubtedlv the saddle buy the Indian lands in Washington the Confederate forts at Fort Donclson named for him Near the foot of the 1000 select ewes Thats right By L Moore slab are the words We Fern U af 4000 horse In the condition of the roads in Kentucky Regiment He - a of Robert Nashville and Fort Pillow Territory i 10- H II Colyfr He served W R Letcher lost at Latonia Course the early history of the State the use of The census report shows that Garrard never before saw Mr on a toinlstone rmcrly a resident of Richmond in the Army up to and after the battle Ik you want to buy a Sulky Surrey It is well that the remains be removed October 3d from pneumonia bay colt vehicles as a means of transportation be Â¬ coun v has lost r7 H noaouawJoa the last of Chickamauga He was at the in Â¬ by Longfellow tween different sections waa almost im- ten year gone to Middleaborongb Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for for the place has been sadly neglected for Caperton The Clay Case Settled vestment of Knoxville Tcnn under manv vears dam Rosemary dam of We Wa and Lit possible It therefore liocame the aim of 5- The case of Prut us J Clay vs the E Guana The administrator of Wm Chick le he has the latest best and cheapest Loagatreet He joined the troll by Lisbon her dam Red Rose by Kentucky breeders to produce the best covercd a judgment against the Monon K I fk H railroad was set for the present Army of Northern Virginia lelore the I have moved my Blacksmith and Gieneoe THIN COLUMN saddle horse that could be bred For fori2000 in a Louisville court last term of court but has been compromise battle of Drurvs Plum In August S to my two story building on Roln rt M Bonner of New York has this purjiose the Canadian and other pacÂ¬ week Chick was run over by an engine Wood Shop Mi Clay receives Ssono the company he was transferred to the A Texas colored woman has sued a Third Street and am prepared to do to pay the costs Thus ends one of the department ami assigned to duty as aewapaper for lilel because it apeboof purchased the horse Alfred B of Orrin ing families were largely intorblonded and killed in a true A Ilickok the well known driver The with the best strains of thoroughbred It baa boon conservatively estimated blacksmithing and wood work bitterest legal figlits the county has ever chief of artillery under General Puckner I employ eight workmanlike manner her as a white woman price is not announced but is reported Speed ipialitv soundness and stamina all that the lumber cut ef the Pacific North experienced commanding the district of Louisiana The Lancaster Record says that Mrs to have been 7500 Alfred S is by Kline received due consideration and in pro Â¬ west this year will be over 2000000000 skilled workmen Bring your work to with headquarters at Alexandria La I Martha Jack Nailer has a sweet otato and can trot close to 215 Clsak Oiiruing cess of time a race of horses was thus feet valued at 250500000 Of this me and will guarantee satisfaction In 1888 he surrendered as Colonel of S L MIDKIlF 11 eight pounds It must be a that weighs On the Grand Circuit this year Mam evolved that for the purpose for which amount Washington will cut aliout Mr H 1 Streng calls the attention of Cavalry at Natchitoches La Dick Nailer Houses lor Kent brino Kings get has won skins astra 13600 Tom they wer intended have never had any su- 25000000 feet and Oregon about 750 ladies to hit display of Judge Poche of the Supreme Court A man named Iwnward is under ar Hals 5150 Kilbuck Toms 5050 A- Â¬ periors As the population of the State inÂ¬ 00000 feet kahns bssnobb mink and lynx Octo Judge Plackman Houses of three four or five rooms for and others made The promoters of a Soldiers Home in rent rest at Falmouth for murdering the town lcantaras 2900 creased and better roads were built neces 3650 Alierdeens ber Mtk and 9th Mr Sheets of the speeches MRS A WARD Possibly the next step in his Hamlins Almont Jrs who 2725 Ambas- Â¬ sity for good harnra hi aaaa arose and along Kentucky for disabled veterans celebrated imjxirting henna of Henry old fashioned barbecue music and marshal An 3 career may lie upward sadors 2550 Walker Morrells 2500 with it as a matter of course the desire servl in the Federal army during the Etonians v Co Detroit will Ik- present recitations followed the orations Burnam ii HtME are agents for first to the late war have taken an option for 90 2350 Electioneers for speed Some of the horses It will repay any chibitttM Editor Sawyer of the Looierflle Pro- Â¬ Wilkie Collins class insurance companies Try them The Costs in lli- Case developed fine harness dajl on the Kentucky Military Institute 1300 Atlantics 1225 Pilot Med- Â¬ manner born lover of fine furs to visit Mr Strengs hibition paper is in jail for libel Mr 333J- qualities and in the earliertrotting horse property near Frankfort In the Bush Lisle will ease in the Jailer you ought to watch him for he iums 1100 Alslallah Mambrinos 1 house on Main Street opposite the court Â¬ Board wanted in private family for man breeding in Kentucky these horses be000 Stock Varm Court of Appeals John Baldwin of Mad- might sawyer bars in two and escape bonae that day Ii 1702 Kentucky had 9 counties In came popular because they transmitted 1800 the number was increased to 43 and wife within ten minutes walk of Court ison and John MeCord and wife of this The fall meeting of the Brooklyn Jock Â¬ The evil effects of the Kreutzer Sonata more than halt a century th M An lid Timer county tiled affidavits to correct the tax- on old man Walton of the Stanford In- ey Club which terminated Septem the gaits that were in demand for har 1811 to 54 in 1820 tott in 18S0to 83 house Address stating terms C Among the first of these in 840 to 90 iu 1850 to 100 in 18M to care Climax ii betor the pin 0 IrlacaoaVr side Journal and the beautiful Senior Iht 30th ation o cost- - as to them In building a residence on B was very successful de- Â¬ ness purposes that have founded families were Edwin 110 and in 1870 to lit Since 1870 four ml father ueil to have his Mr lyman larrish has utilized For Over FUry Year McCarty of the Nicholasville Journal is spite the unfavorable weather the first Urs WihsloWs othin Strci ruus ten uen for hi- I r their mother of Mr Baldwin was a sis-Â¬ conspicuous in recent issues and Y an three days During the thirteen days Forrest Norman and Pilot Jr Along have been added to the list until we near the old Major years b milli the pr The the otlice that stand 0rer nfty because he could Ret them to lit hi- children while tet thin with ter of Mrs MeCord and the two were namaker w ill have to sit down on them eighty four races were run and SM differ with the harness gaits that these and have 120 Tomer residence On polling off soothes the child snft u the fnmi allays all pain M poekeibook ami his ideas of value cures wind colic aud is the bei B x years ago George Keller shot and the wall was found to sister- - of Frank Lisle deceased over r ent horst s started of which number 148 such horses produced came the desire to rhoa It will relieve the p In little pufTVrerf im II every part the mediate ly Sold by Dnintta hoots and shoes to make PERSONAL mor whose w ill the contest arose Mr Kisle i oiisit t of a massive oak framework won money These represented eighty test their speed and endurance on the killed Mathew Carlton at Catlettsburg world B cents a little Be sure and ak for Mr WiasloWsSoothinK Syrup and take no other kind CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND fi four stables that shared in the 137595 track and this iliaponiltnti has grown co Kv Keller fled the countrv after the getnerand Hied in with brick It gave his property to another sister Mrs Mrs W T Tevis left Wednesday for a incidentally with the improvement of the killing and nothing was heard of him A brother Brax Lisle contested which was won in stakes and purses irtually a brick house ami was built Bush all sizes in all gra to her former home trotting horse These horses were bred to until last week when he was arrested at W The money added by the Club was pr ibably three quarters of a century ago the will but Mr Baldwin and Mr and visit diny Freeman keeps also a line line Mrs Lillard of Iaw renceburg sient 750 or an average of 7673 per day the native mares that were generally of Un Plaitsburg Neb and brought back to Mrs MeCord refused to join in the suit Put few of the kind are to be found FOR CIRCCIT COlKT CLKRK I that is now the ng Van Boatoal bast mixed and pacing blood Some of the Ke ltucky for trial expres ing themselves as satisfied with Sunday with her daughters at M F I B O POWELL of Speedwell is a candi Mr K Stone has brought suit for 12 V performers thus produced were very good date for Clreuit Court lerk of Mad won La Harlow s annuo Call at No - First Sm- Hon John Welch of Nicholasville the will The will was sustained by the S The clothing trade is pressed with county subject to the aetiou of the IHno 000 in the Covington Court against the trotters for their dav and their daughters country orders bevond all MV The louisville Times kivs of Capt M Court of Appeale and the 00801 then fore visited his sister Mrs T J Scott this Washington Park Race Track Association expectations eiiitie party snnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnl nnnHnnnnnVBni SaSnaanSiana have leen verv valuable in furnishing can thrown upon Brax Lisle Put Baldwin place last Friday barlows improved at Cincinnati St Loana Milwaukee and of Chicago He alleges that his horse good foundation stock for the trotting Chicago a and the McCords were astonished to find NEW ADVERTISEMENTS non The making of this gun is ahead Boston bxit and shoe ship Â¬ Mr Pishop Clay of Lexington and Kingman won a stake race at Washing-Â¬ that their names had heen inserted in the Miss Lucy Chenault of Mt Sterling ton Park at the late meeting and that the families that were afterwards to be built ments exceed last years by 000 eases a a reality Mr Hailow baa uautinetcd up Stock Farm with Mr Villiam P Hunt of the Smtli list of plaintiffs and that the costs ft week and for the year thus far hy 1 8 will be married on the 28th Association has refused to pay the mon- Â¬ Iron Works to make the trial ukou them Lisle not being solvent An 000 cases istoii Hon Z F Smith of Louisville can- ey One of the stockholders lives in Remaining unclaimed in the Post Otlice RELIGIOUS cannon at Middlcslorough in this State officer levied ooSqoire Mctords stock didate for Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ Kenton county hence the bringing of Miss Julia Magruder a daughter of the at Richmond Ky week ending Oct II and the work is to start at once Mr which act annoyed him no little as he is struction was among the dear people late General John B Magruder of the iSqo the suit in that place The race was for Forty colored people were baptized at as a national bank and pays all Lee Ella Allison F H Barlow is confident that his cannon will Â¬ Confederate army who held the Penin sweepstakes three quarhere last week New Liberty Baptist church this county Lindsay Lucy Mrs 2 Mr Baldwin a hat the Government wants and lie his obligations promptly sula against MeClellan in the spring of Arres Albert S ters of a mile Mr Stone says he com- Sunday Martin Sarah Mrs Jack Freeman of Richmond Mrs Ballard Kitty is haiing the cannon cast in this State living in this county the ofiieerstook the 1802 begins in the New York Ledger of Boyd Betsy Mrs Marshal Lula Henry Pickels and daughter Nannie of plied with all the rules of the Association Rev J I Wills this place and Rev J Cctober 18 a serial entitled Jephthahs Burch Joe of this States iron becMBM he is nearest party Baldwin and MeCord say Murp Robert I Lexington are visiting their father C in relation to the payment of entrance A Lee of Owen county are holding a Morgan Walter Daughter patriotic and working for the increase of that Judge Hilly Ik ckner attorney for The story is an exquisite Cass George W fees c Georgetown Timet C Burton Xicholatville Journal Parrish W A Mrs protracted meeting with the Mt Tabor and artistic adaptation of the Biblical tale Corf Dock Mrs Push inserted their names without Kentuckys fame A special from Terre Haute Ind Park James D Dennv Ants Mr R A Patterson proprietor of the Baptist church in Garrard county their knowledge information or consent The annual meeting of the Kentucky Disef D Price Favlat Mrs says The owners of A xtell are not un- Â¬ Burglars thev will not pay the demand St Nicholas Hotel has just returned easy because the Nelson stallion lowered and that Rev Grider of Madison county who Society of the SonK Powell Ella Mrs Epp Laura Mrs f the American Reno Miry A Monday night the house of Mr J D Wo hear that they purpose making it hot from a trip to Middlcshorough and the wolds stallion record from 212 to has been assigned to take charge of the Revolution is held Oct 19 the anniver Easter Cristian Bqwire MeCord is a apoabl in glowing term of that hustling I M E Church congregation for the ensu- Â¬ sa y of the surrender at Yorktown ex- Â¬ Francis Mary Miss Smith Wm baa w as broken into and a gold watch for Mr Beckner 211J at Kankakee Friday Mr I jams Francis Lena Tiler T D ami 10 taken The burglar entered Mr native of Madison the wife of the origi- city at whose stock farm Axtell was in the ing year will hold his first services on cept when that date falls on Sunday as Freeman Louise MrsTaylorCobeland Mrs of Madi Mr William Fulton and wife daughter Dykes family room got his clothes and nal plaintiff was a Miss Jackson TillmanMaggie Mia it does this year In consequence the Gentry Sallie stud this season said that whereas Axtell Saturday and Sunday in Novenilier Waters John Piiuville ileenger carried them into the yard The entrance son grand daughter of Silas Tribble de- Lucileand son Barry from Nebraska made his record in his meeting will be held in the Senate Harbor Pattie Mrs Walker Robert Relybon Harris and Mrs Wm Clark thiscounty City Neb are visiting Col T S Mo was made through the window form Nelson is an aged stallion and be- Â¬ A protracted meeting is in progress at Chamlier at the Capitol Wednesday Henry Mary Whiteside Sara Miss The same night Assistant Jailor Joel is a daughter of the defendant Mrs berry and ex sheritf N B Deatherage Williams Henry sides the kite shaped tracks are three Little Bethel Christiau church conducted Oct 22 at 3 oclock p m Jem Antonio Parks discovered two m n trying to get Bush and receives a share of the estate Mrs Fulton is the daughter of Duke seconds faster than the circular ones by Young W H The heirs of James Cojie deceased Lansom Dave the pastor Elder Crayton A new Simpson and granddaughter of Major Na- Â¬ Mr I jams Mr Baldwin went over to Winchester Post Otfice hours from 6 a m to 7 p m in at a window of the jail residence thinks that hereafter the rec Â¬ house has lately lieen erected at Little tl is week sold the tract of land on Fro- Â¬ Money order and registered letter hours Taking his pistol ho went out collared Monday to look alter the case The costs than Lipscomb ords on the two tracks will be kept Bethel at a cost of about 1200 and was zen Creek know n as the Cope tract to prompt 7 a m to 6 p m The amount to about 1800 onof them and lacked him in jail Word has been received from dedicated some weeks ago There w as a M H Courtney for 14000 There are separate J B WILLIS pm ABOUT RAILROADS fellow gives his name as Perry Coyle C J Hamlin that he will drive his team debt of 500 on the church and this eight heirs so that each gets 1800 of Lots Next Wednesday The Great Sale from Estill county and says he wits lost Belle Hamlin and Justina to beat the seemed a barrier in the way of brcanar These eight heirs ranging from forty Celebration snd Dinner The K I has leased the Lexington He refuse to give the name of his com team record 215 at the races at Terre ity so it was determined to make a strong live to sixty four were all present last The extensive sale of town lots by the Belt Line panion He is a white man 5 or 40 yeais Haute the second week in October Accord Â¬ Monday and signed the deed Their effort to lift the indebtedness Richmond Investment Company in the The K P lias removed its offices from The way the youngsters by developed ingly Mr W L Crutcher was sent for mother still lives at the advanced age of Addition to Richmond adver Lexington to Clay Dillingham All persons indebted to the late drug City - OF sires are coming to the front this season and in company with J B Willis was on 87 Jbetasa flaaabr A Cocoa Drinking firm of Stockton tised for this day was postponed until Willis are notified N Co has very sensibly deThe L A glance at the list of the ground last Sun lav A large crowd - that they must pay up on or before the 3rd A special train will is surprising Col Phil B Thompson of HarrodsAn agent of Van lloutens iraiortcd next Wednesday cided to make Row land our suburban which have beeu added to the was in attendance and in response to Mr burg had a narrow escape from death day of November or suit will be brought Holland cocoa came to Richmond last come up from Louisville ami half fare J B Willis town one of its principal headquarters 230 list since spring must raise a doubt Crutcher8 strongappeals liberal subscrip- Â¬ last week Pressing business called him Â¬ week and placed a ijuantity of 00000 in rates can be had Tuesday and WednesTiustee of G W Willis 19 ao A round house is to be built and many in the minds of candid thoughtful tions were made and to the surprise of to Versailles and at the crossing of the day on the 1 nihil All Southern and its the store- - oi Freeman Djkes Higj other improvements will lie made breeders who have argued that develop Â¬ every one the entire amount was raised Kentucky river the accident occurred A Pro hail branches good to return Thursdav He and Covington Arnold miles or more oi additional side ment to a reasonable extent injures the Basket dinner was served upon the The ferryboat had landed on the Wood Dinner on the ground public speaking Three is printed and sent out hundreds of invitatalready lieing put in and the capacity ot a sire to jerpetuate speed ground and in the evening all went away ford county side ami when he got into track Ac The celebration of the open houses on SaturionIf you do not pay your City tax before Baonberet workmen already employed One of the latest additions to the 220 happy Lis buggy the horse liegan to back into day Monday and Tueslay and drink ing of the new railroad and the lot sale the first day of November 1890 I will be About list is a four year old got by Post Boy of being compelled by law to collect a penalty of and w ill take place there will be greatly augmented The Synod of the Southern Presbyte- the river Seeing his danger rdingly large numhers have joined liands pore coc 30000 will be spent of which Stanford who won many a hard fought battle rian church of Kentucky closed an inter- Â¬ drowned the old gentleman leaped out ten per cent additional Call and pay together of Kions availed themselves of tbaop-1-jrtuniJNO L BAXTER Whv you should buy a lot in Rich Â¬ will get a goodly share as the workmen several years lefore the dam of this fast esting session at Covington The report i ml was struck by the w heel of the bug Â¬ The leverage is a delightful 18 20 City Collector will give the merchants here the benefit four yenr old was mated with him The of the Executive committee was read by gy He is now confined to his bed one and not harsh on the nerves as mond of the greater portion of their trade success of Nutwood 2T8J is another argu Dr E W Bedinger and was followed by DOOR ID POST OFFICE Richmond baa the largest and richest SEE CALL The chocolate bean is ground Contl rated Stanford JmtrmtL k it ment in favor of developed sires One stirring addresses from the chairman Ir anl the oil extracted leaving the pure county in tbe 81 The favorable impression produced on It is announced that the Pennsylvania Wilkes 215 and Alcantara 223 are E O Guerrant and the Rev J M Richmond lies contiguous to the great- a Into a cup of hot water put a he first appearance of the agreeable and Baltimore and Ohio roals are each showing up well as sires of fast perform Evans two of the Syntxls evangelists dneral and timber wealth apooafol ef the powder and theec building several heavy powerful and ers it reany iook8 now as tnougn those From this report it was shown that over liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a few Mr Geo WJudy will commence dressRichmond has five railroads ready for drinking It is selling rapicly years ago has been more than confirmed ing turkeys for us in Richmond about Richmond has four national banks fleet engines esjiecially to haul their fast who take the developed side of the 10000 had been contributed by the will pay trains between New York and Washing question will have the best argument churches over 6000 by Col B II by the pleasant experience of all who have Nov ist and turkey the highest market Kaim Sold with resources in the sum of 220000 delivered at pens used it and the success of the proprietors prices for good ton The run is now made in five hours ten years hence Rural Wcrld Young R S Veech Esq A J Alexan- Â¬ For prices and further particular address DG Martin uaaeoM his farm near Richmond has a University and manufacturers the California Fig IN BOOKKEEPING SHORT HAND TYPE WRITHM THOROUGH INSTRUCTION GILMAN BRENT but when these engines are put in ser- Â¬ Richmond his a female college Various facts have been assigned In- der Esq and over 2500 by other indi Â¬ edwell to Clinton Carrier of laurel COILESE BUSINESS TMFSRiPHY FTC FTC AT THE BRYANT A STRATT0 18 29 Paris Ky iring mills vice which will be about Deeaaabat 1 different writers as the cause of the pre- Â¬ viduals making a grand total of over Syrup Company Richmond has two KV CATAIMIE FRIE ity H F OlasK near same pit CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE The Set ret of Libby Prison 18500 Forty four evangelists have been Richmond has tWOOtaaan planing mills the time between New York and Wash Â¬ eminence of Kentucky as a breeding has sold his farm to AC Carpenter of D W Black has Bold his Richmond has more fine residences ington is to be reduced to four hours and ground for trotting horses Some have engaged in this work over 1200 mem county Ciay One dark night in February 1864 more one half The distance is 227 miles and alleged that it was the climate some the liers were added to the churches several than a hundred Union officers escaped farm of 172 acres near same place to than any town in Kentucky the rate of speed will therefore be about soil some the inborn love of horses new churches were organized and Richmond has a steam laundry ii of Clay county for 4000 through the tunnel of Libby Prison Rich1 1 the streets of Richmond on last fifty miles an hour including stops The which distinguishes Kentuckians and in Â¬ new houses were erected The report mond Va The Confederate sentinel on - a steam creamery cash Court day Oct 6th competition between these two compa- Â¬ duces them to pay closer attention to evidenced that this has been the most Nuniliers of gol citizens in the up guard was true to the Southern ConfederRichmond has a thorough system of nies has resulted in the construction of their breeding and development than the successful year in the history of this great acy and saw the shadowy figures as they iitry are selling out their mineral and Has opened her Store on East Main Debts due McKee fc Traynor ft the finest road bed in the country and it people of other States and others again evangelistic work which has doubled the emerged into the light of the street lamp One a and the other a timlK r lands and investing in Madison water works Main Street with a full line of the service of stallions serving mams is a red with The gas the largest and follows naturally that this high rate of have asserted that her supremacy is due membership of the churches during the and yet did not challenge or fire upon Richmond has and I860 mast be plant of any place of its size in speed is to be reached almost exclusively to her fondation stx k nine years of its progress and added some them It has long been a source ot won- star in face a little white on tip of tad 5ak has rented Mrs Nancy upAll m paid to Owen KiKe to the roll of the derment why he acted thus The true ex- we ghing about 600 lbs horns inclined This year has certainly been a remark- Â¬ It is highly probable that the superiority seventy new churches Ane is a spotted Joness farm at F xtownand will re ward Trw by McKaa A Traynor termed in able one in the railroad history of the of Kentucky as a horse breeding State is Synod Richmond has ten churches planation is given in No 40 41 of The white and red thin in order thick horns Has a competant City Trimmer in having colts living at weaning tinas A suitable reward will aperi and country It has witnessed a surprising due to a combination of causes rather Amos A committee of the Methodist Episco- Â¬ Holiday which paper will be sent on re- Â¬ inclined to meet charge and is prepared to furnish the paid to any one on will be paid for by Owen McKer amount of consolidation by the strong than to any one cause dwell two monthly journals Virginia pal church at Muskegon Michigan has ceipt of five cents to any address in the be any information in leaving to the cattle i with good at moderate price rega J them with or owner of the c f their shorter tery in i weaker compet Â¬ was settled mainly by the cavaliers just completed a piece of work which country Address The Holiday 19 Beek and it Same old stand ooooaite Second Dave Black or Tom Smith Speedwell U- save Louisville and Lexington itors Since January 1 1890 nearly 10- - a class of people who in England will commend itself to all persons of lib- - man street N Y lb eased ly it JOSEPi her Gee THE CLIMAX lt VL Fire at Lancaster At 1130 oclock on Tuesday night of last week fire was discovered in the rickety old liven-- stable just north of the Miller Hotel in 1 ancaster and soon the building with hay com and eleven vehicles c was burn- Â¬ ed The lire spread and in a short time two frame houses and a brick house on the two corners were burned two brick storehouses on Lexington street and a small stable adjoining The large BUble elonged to J W A W S Miller the frame houses to Mrs W H Smith the brick to Mrs Hemphill the two brick stores to Herrod Kay and the small stable t John Spratt Oscar Sweeney occupied Mrs Hemphills house as a clothing store hut removed his g xwls Spratt lost some hogs surrey etc Mrs Smith and Kay had no insurance The loss is ahead 150X with only 5000 in- Â¬ surance Richmond has a capacious amphithea- Â¬ tre and splendid race track Richmond has the finest hotel in Ken- Â¬ tucky save in Ixniisville and perhaps Lexington Richmond has freight competition and access to raw material for factories Richmond has a pure healthy atmos- Â¬ phere and great enterprise Richmond is in the center of a county that has 25000 people several hundred miles of turnpikes 000000 taxable property twenty four ost ofnce8 thir- Â¬ teen steam flouring mills 000 miles of competing railroads have been absorbed into one or another of the big systems The East Tennessee Vir- Â¬ ginia and Georgia system controlling more mileage than any railroad company in the world has added tbe Cincinnati New Orleans and Texas Alabama and Great Southern Rome and Decatur Lou- Â¬ isville Southern and other smaller lines aggregating in all 913 miles Its nfeareet competitor in point of track mileage the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe has ab- Â¬ sorbed the St Louis and San Francisco and Colorado Midland amounting to 1 689 miles The Big Fonr system has ad Â¬ ded 802 miles to its length by absorption of smaller lines the Chesapeake and Ohio by its purchase of the Richmond and Allegheny has secured an additional mileage of 232 The Mackey system has increased 165 miles by absorbing the Cin- Â¬ cinnati Wabash and Michigan and so it goes to the end Oi the chapter In addw tion to the consolidation already mentioned there are now some 3000 miles of road which are likely to be absorbed by the stronger lines before the close ot the vear Â¬ Â¬ C3 Â¬ Â¬ Ci Â¬ Â¬ m IJLIsriD ffl hpehihG Â¬ Â¬ H J STRENG Â¬ Â¬ three-year-ol- hr Takes pleasure in announcing that his Grand Cloak Opening will take place Â¬ Â¬ three-year-ol- Â¬ October 28th oqd 29th 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - R A E SHEETS representing the old and well known importing house Co of De of Henry A Xeiiland troit Mich will be at my place of busi ness on October 28th and 29th with a hill line of i Â¬ Seal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Si Garments of Ml Kinds 75 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ te Â¬ ASTRACHAN PERSIAN LAMB BEAVER MINX ail the nen LYNX Etc made up shape garments Mulls Boas Capes Ete Will be pleased to have all the ladies call and see them whether they wish to buy or not We will also on above dates show all the new novelties in Also RUSSIAN SABEL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Seal Plush Garments Jackets 3 4 Coa Â¬ Â¬ Newmarkets and Purs OF ALL ISIIri3J3 son-in-la- Â¬ 1 trans-Mississip- ever offered the ladies to see one of the largest and best line of Cloaks ever shown in this country Dont forget the date and come and see us Oct 28th and 29th IgdgThi the grandest opportuni Â¬ 1 sl Â¬ H J STRENG Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - -- FREEMAN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ Â¬ 1 LIST OF LETTERS Â¬ P M POPE II1ai fcUAJsVTERH Â¬ lOlf All Kinds of Hardware Â¬ Â¬ three-year-o- ld Coal Vases STOVES R EVERY Skis Â¬ Notice to Debtors Â¬ TINWARE DESCRIPTION Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ City Tax Notice GUNS AND AMMUNITION Â¬ ty Turkeys Wanted m Hffl Â¬ Â¬ MdtwtMKJsa ficcauen si LOST Â¬ Mrs Lee ManpiflIniPortailt Notice Â¬ Two Steer Cattle d three-year-old three-year-ol- d Â¬ Â¬ SLSQANTMILLINilRY Â¬ 19 TIIE MAD LOCOMOTIVE A Little Hand Aooompllshod What Strong Ones Could Not 9f g n WM - STOEY of rail- road adventure ehr I an Â¬ please swered the vit If yon eran engineer as we sat in the cool shade to the east of a big P ro v iden c e round house I may say that Peter Hank the narrator of this e x citing incident is well v c V Â¬ 1 I nevcT boys v aide was born ai I i Yet I arc my i known by me and esteemed as a man of truth by e v cry body who knows him but one son All my it when little Burn- tell you we were happy posed that chap would own other peo- - what he did how ys run the ex press We gat a big engine some o weighs years ago on t used 1 I saw And that rua-aiise of from I -- rely in the I was i ernoon Thats when they w m painting i r up T paj irrs were crawling all wasnt fired up irere walk- Â¬ ing round Bar huge body I said ttcr will heat the first trip and a hot box on her will mean t work I Lope I may never be i her Well sir believe it or not I know she heard it and was luad into her cab re 1 naturally her reverse- - rii It 2 Jus t a bite as big as a How she pained me M weeks before my stiff leg was all ied his pipe while soaked into me that I u 1 1 ien dont take know ltutno w as a fool if I And all r r one man i any olh- - nginc sill do for whom At writer inqui- - that week be Â¬ nt for mo 1 remember I It was my twodays Sa just eight t was I was asked man with a kindly face and faded watery bhi and thin sandy hair pasted down in front of either ear sat on tho top row of seats at tho circus Ho had on a pair of n e wly ironed plaid gingham pants of tho barn door cut so long obsolete in fash i o n a b 1 o circles Ho wore n old blue coat with brass buttons a flowered black satin and a revolutionary s ick while he held between his shaky knees the 6tove pipo bat that had added to the dignity of his SUE 6HTT OFF AS KASY AS DRAWISO appearance on his wedding day forty YOUK BREATH years ago We planted our feet and pulled and By bis side sat tho woman who had We had no air brakes in them promised to love honor and obey him shoved days But if we had I vow I bli She didnt on that memorable day pat em on would have knocked look as though she had grown very out the cylinder heads or broke a driv--o- weary in tho obeying business She and sent us all to eternity was a commanding looking female this whilo thoro sat my pretty grim of TiaagO huge in form and had a boy as calm as laughing leeauso ho Ive of pleasing nose and an eye thought this was all play Hut I knew r which was further wed all got to die and J caught up the indk atod by the way in which she boy 1 heid him kissing him It all the turkey tail fan held in her took but a moment There lossn a ungloved hand A vaunting red feather mile ahead stood the roar of the Xow waving over the top of bet blue and York on our track at the station I green and y How bonnet gavo hor a could soo her red light You bolter military appearance and she seemed as I forgot all about the big men one blievo born to eoiiriand behind I was thinking should I throw Hits a rij ht good show haint it out my boy into tho darkness man as Mary Papa said Hurnside what makes Tildy said the little old Jane Jones alias Mamselle Mariana you look so M do Monteville vaulted arily through Because boy we cant stop tho en- Â¬ hoops turned a doublo gine Were all going to be killed in a throe paper and landed gracefully on somersault minute unless I toss you out there fiery No papa said ho reaching out his all fours on the back of her untamed Arabian steed bought at an pretty hand Let me try it Kansas 1 dout know why WiaU I did I auction sale out in She done that purty slick didnt was holding him you understand And said the little old man mother sir the moment that childs hand struck she Slick was the grim and enough irottle valve she hut off a easy at dispiriting reply but I should think dratring ymr ureatf The engineer said he actually top- Â¬ shed h shamed of herself to como out in sch duds as them pled ovfr on his seat as if he had seen a 1 thiik she looks real purty The train slowed up in an Â¬ miracle Ye do hey Howd ye like to see me whistle and stopped swer to the trake drew d so just in front of thl station The matter You Good land mother youd may or may not havLad any miracu never lous clement The goodJPtber urged Money couldnt hire me to not j s going The behavior of the even if I wasnt a Cumberland Presby metal one moment binding by Bear Or ieTJu2 other expansion tho next moment re Of coionot Tildy It wouldnt bo If helped by tho tremendous Â¬ steam in the dome is one of becomin to you for you weigh two hundred and forty you know and tho many well known cur she said Shot up Silo Simpson metal action I dont weigh but two hundred Would you really have thrown that icily boy from the cab If she had not f7 I asked Btopped tainly It would have been tho only chance of saving his life I should have chosen a bunch of green growing brush and landed him safely up against the bending branches Then I should have jumped myself We always jump when we can do no moro good here i My fireman has three d his 1 have once of which Ill tell you some day Good bye Heres my machine just out of the yard Ilev Emory J Uaynes in S Y Ledger Â¬ that old Deast ust shook herself an3 jumped and jumped as mnch as to say You cant shut off my windP Pete cried the fireman theres the Wickford on the switch Wove only two miles more to live Then we struggle like two mad bulls We pulled Then wo shoved A SlTERIOE MIND Used Hers to Rule Her Husband Mrs Simpson LITTLE old CORN HOUSE AND CRIBS A Cheaply Built Structure for Storing Corn la tho Ear Our illustrations represent a very cheaply built but convenient structure for storage of corn in the oar Fig 1 is a porspootivo view of the building which is fourteen foot wide twenty feet long and nino feet in tho clear at tbe eaves Tho posts are six stout young hemlock or other soft wood trees cut in the woods and resting on piers of stone sunk in trenches duff below tho frost lino These aro notched at tbo proper THE DAIRY COW ATTORNEYS cow Some FolaU That Should Be Observed In Breeding Suppose wo want to produco a dairy MB SKBL FIO L PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF COItN IIOU8E four-by-fo- ur ter boingof places for tho sills and girders tho lat- Â¬ inch scantling d Tho oulsido covering is of narrow boards nailed on vertically with interstices between for ventilation Two holes aro loft on each sido high up un- Â¬ der tho oaves for convonienoo in filling tho cribs from a wagon stand- Â¬ Fig 2 is tho floor ing alongside plan On cither side a crib three and a half feet wido extends tho entire length and up to within two footof tho rafters Theso cribs are made of horizontal boards four inches wide with spaces of ono inch between as shown in Fig I Midway between four of tho uprights aro openings covered by vertical slides The panel next to the front is made up 3 B 6 S no t FLOOR PLAJf I Â¬ represented by dot These boards rest on cleats and may be taken down when it is desired to enter tho crib to clean it or for any other purpose TL 2oor through th- - ffiliile of tho house is made tight the spaco being used as a sholling room The portion which forms tho bottom of the cribs is of narrow of movable boards tod lines in Fig 2 of strips with spaces between Tho ends the building aro covered with verti- Â¬ cal boarding American Agriculturist Evergreens for Hedge Purposes Tho choioo of evergreens should al Â¬ ways bo made with an eye to tho par-Â¬ ticular object in view If for protoction alcno as for instance on tho outsido of buildings or orchards says Joslah Hoopos in tho Tribune a dense strong grower should be selected Norway spruce all things considered fills every requirement and needs little training Scotch and Austrian pines have been rocommnndod but owing to tho disastrous fungal disease peculiar to tho genus theso soon prove useless the lower branches becoming defoliated White pines form an excellont screen especially if pruned when young American arbor vitaa although not growing so largo as tho foregoing will mako a heavy sightly and effective hedgo if set closo together Thoy in ireaso rapidly in height but slowly in bulk near tho gronnd no mistako will be made in using them in almost any situation not too wot For an ornamental hedge proper that is ono to bo annually trimmed and kept in perfect condition hem- Â¬ lock spruce is perhaps tho most at- Â¬ tractive but Norway spruce will bear neglect bettor is hardier in tho hedge is lapted to a greater diversity of soils and exposures and if skillfully trimmed presents an exceedingly beau- Â¬ tiful although formal appearance Â¬ bred specially for boof As tho boof potency increases tho milk potency do- Â¬ orcases You want to raise tho best kind of a dairy herd This is what I would do 1 would go among tho farmers and select tho best native cows I could get I would want them to bo of tho dairy form every ono of them If two cows of equal merit wero brought to me and ono should givo even moro milk than tho other and yet was of a beefy form I would not brood to her becauso a cow breeds very largely from her blood and not from her uddor Many a bcofy cow has been a famous cow but she would not brood that way Mr Good- Â¬ rich had a celebrated Short Horn grade cow and she had threo heifor calves but none of them woro worth any thing for tho dairy A good many farmers have the idea that a good cow individually wiil surely breed that way She will not always Many a boof cow gives plenty of milk but has not a dairy tendency in her Take a cow with a breeding tendency toward dairy work Then I would couplo her with a puro brod bull Then I would tako her heifer if it was a good ono and of strong constitution and breed that holfor to her own father I would determine tho constitution a good deal by make up and development of tho navel which I think is the finest test in the world of constitution tho strong muscular condition of tho navoL Uy breeding that heifer to her own father I would got a three quarter inbred say Jersey or Guernsey or Ayrshire or Holstein Friesian That is as far as I would go with Thon I would havo so enhanced tho siros breed in that heifer by that ono in cross as to make her ateisJ a potent lor tho reproduction of that breed as though sho wero pure bred These aro somo of tho principles that I would use liy this process I havo soon herds where the grandmother was a one hundred and - twonty fivc - pound cow brought up so that the daughters and grand daughters niado throo hun- Â¬ dred and soventy flvo pounds of butter The difference In feed was not so much but tho difference in breed was very great Urocders Gazette A Good Bngiry cattle and putting a pure bred sire at Office No 11 tho head take an Ayrshire or a iJurunins Building First The Short Horns to day Street in tho West are not valuable for the dairy Wo have somo very fine milcb J A SULLIVAN A TTORNET A TLA rf cows among them but let mo ask you where you will go in tho West for a Richmond Kentucky Short Horn bull that will throw strongly and propotcntly on tho side of tho Omce on rirnt Street Mime as formerly ocdairy In England you can find thorn cupied by County Judge Sillier and in tho East you can find them On J 8 POWELL tho Wadsworth cstato in the Genoseo a herd of Short norns started valley is A TTORNET A T LA IV over fifty years ago and they havo been Kentucky Richmond bred for milk until to day tho males aro potent in that lino Thoy aro not Office on Second Slreetso profitablo as beef animals as thoso 8Â¬ 16- E T BURNAM TTORNBrS- - AT LA W Let us start in by taking nativo Richmond Kentucky A Q F OLIVER n PLOW Â¬ DENTAL HURGKRY IIt Office A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON Richmond -- Kkstlckv o- Smith ruillliiK Main Street Otliee bonne IfcOO Ui ILi U MK to IM V- M in liee milled to dentisliy J 0 MORGAN I D S RICHMOND KENTUCKY Mnlii Street office Hank over Mullson National - yyrKLBY Richmond FirM w buruin DEN TS T - - Kentucky 4- office Over Palace lerson attest Dry Hoods Store on toiiuerly occupied by Dr Kca - u J W CREED D 1 S KRKSlLLE KENTUCKY Everything Office at Flnnell residence 17- lone eertHilllllK to tlie BffOSSaatOeV PHYfSKIANS SHACKELFORD HnMwarfi TfliwarR BLACKSMITHS FOR SIjS3 ID DEALERS IN ALL KINDS ST GENTRY lisliii 01 1K J M POYNTZ Richmond Store PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky t- Jrtcc Second Stroet next to Whites Drug - Q W EVANS - MD - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Richmond Offlee Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky Marcli 19 1890 ij -- OF- - WnRflfinwarfi I House EM AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Workers in Sheet Metal All Kinds IrrcKv Second Street QR T J Offlee TAYLOR in - RADAMS - Practitioner Richmond Sto Medicine and Surgery - Kentucky 3- Microbe filler -- Second Street over Dykes Grocery - tTNAOQTJAniTZD WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY V7UX OETAL t MUCH VALUABLE DSTORMATION FROM A STUDY CF THIS MAP OF I8Ms I AT R JOHN M POSTER GRINDING FEED or the Question Iiooi ns I was It Pay rd Junction Whilo there are circumstances under which grinding grain would be unaid to my profitable says tho Farm and Home as I dont for example when corn is cheap as it r ailed by a was last season especially n the trans Mlsslssippi States and mills few and r to go the charge for grinding high the cost How she replied for grinding would represent nearly or t that ma- - quite half the cash value of the corn But when the price cf corn is above s lie- fifty cents per bushel Instead of fifteen i is to be a show- ning aad I know or twenty and grinding can be done conveniently and cheaply it will un Â¬ doubtedly pay I rose up then lie- With cheap corn and hops to follow n church member as the cattle there is scry little loss d of you Youre even though much of the corn passes undigested Tho ho road and this is through tl D you want to get tils- - advantage of grinding tho food is that Mac ore perfectly digested and if in 1 and lose our daily bread God addition to grinding the hay or straw d Here ake care o Ted and ground feed mixed with it the r to render the rough feed more palatable and tho ground feed being mixed with it is raised and romastlcated and all tho food improved by the process A very interesting and convincing ex Â¬ periment was made some years ago by the London Omnibus Company They were feeding about threo thousand hot MM on whole oats and long bay and had figured out to the fraction of wiiat it cost to feed them and when they I lias eat hay and ground oats mixed and fed as chop they found a saving of ten cents per horse or threo hundred dollars per day One thing t furthor has been fully settled and that is that ccrn ground cob and all makes a better feed for cattle than when tho grain alone is ground This has been the subject of careful experiment at more than ono of tho experiment stations where every thing was done with K THREW orit WEIGHT AGAISST IT the utmost care the food being weighed a hot night and youll be back by out dally and Its tho stock weighed at n oclock Take the boy Hes stated periods and tho conclusion s wanted a night ride reached was a pound of cob and it got me I just rose up she corn was worththat much as a pound of as put on the boys little cap and gave me corn alone oat and 1 went off taking the boy The value of tho cob seems to como r Low be laughed I carried from the balancing of ration rather -- Us in tho dark yard on than from tho value the tho food con Â¬ of oulder and he kept patting my in it as a check and kissing me till I boosted stituentsshows it to chemical analysis of bo a little more val- Â¬ the cob blm into tho cab of No 04a How proud uable than tho torn fodder The cost tip there on my box between my of grinding has been greatly reduced by the introduction of tho Fteel mills continued Pete rub- which are geared to a high rate of speed n his overalls fresh five hundred revolutions a minute and we coupled on run by tho thresher engiues which a whilo We drew four would otherwise bo idle a good part of Tiaas besides the baggage oar It the winter Mils costing from sixty We had the right of w dollars to ono hundred to approach Wickford from twenty to fifty dollars ill grind bushels an hour hould find tho and at a cost of from four to six cents a which we bushel of seventy pounds 4S worked For the feeding of colts and calves she would but and in fact all growing animals bran M was so biff to at wnen sne got start is one of the best ground foods and 7 could trouble her much and usually the most economical A pound sscd the load along as light of bran is worth moro for young ani- Â¬ I noticed that the throt Â¬ mals than a pound of corn or a fine tle Talve worked pretty bard when I middling as it contains the material bad to shut off steam once or twice required for tho making of bone and rig through a station Still I could muscle which is just what tho growing er in and out well enough with anic a1 needs This being true and it Bawtand An ugly throttle is a terrible Is as well established as any fact can sir though For you see a man be it will often pay the farmer to buy cant be sure Suppose you couldnt bran rather than corn when ho can get Suppose yoor throttle got fifty pounds or more for the price of a ahut off stack full head on going at fifty miles buthel of corn To 6um up them we ur and you a coming into a sta wot Id say tion for instance even if there was First Grinding feed is usually profit ng standing there I teU you youd able when the price of grain is high feel about a- - tats Almighty would if tho Second To get the best results earth got loose and He couldnt stop should be ground with the cob corn and her ground fine j Hank puffed smokeless whiffs Third Feeding the grain with aki be resumed presently chaffed hay straw or corn fodder adds ment of his own memory had still more to its value brought the sweat drops to bis fore Â¬ Fourth When food must be pur- Â¬ head his pipe had gone out the third chased the wise farmer will often buy rot tie valve did stick on bran and oil meal which are already at did happen We ground rather than corn ted about eight miles from Wickford Somehow though Kng of Hodanl Ofit to R1gn there wasnt any station to slow The Prime Minister Tuesday inform- Â¬ sse up yet I had a feeling an ed Parliament that after the Minister of feeling too that I could not if Justice and the Minister of the Colon- Â¬ shaw I said to ies had had a conference Monday with myself and I playod with the boys the doctors attending the Eing tho curly bead with my right hand But question has been submitted to tho ft hand kept pressing and trying Cabinet whether measures should not lie harder and harder I be taken forthwith to provide for the Hlt stir her I reached over and conduct of public affairs At the conÂ¬ pat my rigt and on Hat lei er I SSfjU ference it was decided that the condi- Â¬ Mi more ber I got off my box I tion of tbe King w as such that ho was seemed to be in a perfect frenxy I unfit to feign Drum at that valve with both hands and all ray weight Air flosrs into a vacuum at tho rate the way we were kiting I per second and steam at Probably we wars flying over fifty miles the rate of 2000 foot per second It our I yelled at the fireman would take a column of steam eleven ve us a hand iieorge miles high to produoo a pressure of fif Â¬ Urn knew it all la a second and tum- Â¬ teen pounds bled in from the feeder to put both his bands beside mice Charles What have you laid up for a rainy day Fred A mackin Â¬ Yankee Blade ibrew our weight against it Boj tosh me boy was a jgn for a Tbo description hero given is for a buffey r a wagon tho jack would have to bo of heavier material Tho upright piece is 2x2 inch timber 2 feot 6 inchos long with slot sawod out 12 Inches deep Tho lever is 2 feet 7 inches long and 1 inch thick It extends 7i inches to tho front tho pieco that Is fastened to tho lever is 10 inches long inchos wido at tho front end and Jark PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond upiUli Main Street next door to luxonV residence at cor Main and Tales reek Avenue Offiei 3- POWERS 100 Main St MAIS Richmond Ky 1 f - Fi YnsT MJI3 m j-- r LdL i trr yfm T SEXSMITH M D PI rSCIA N A ND S I RGEON Kentucky White Halt OfTers his professional lie Also a full line of the purest and freshest DRUGS AND CHEMICALS g fel- - A Discussion sr services to tlie pub 8- Â¬ Wv I I - That Can lo Had TOILET ARTICLES SUNDRIES PERFUMERY BRUSHES SOAPS Ac K3- - R S II LETCHER BIBI SEE YOVB 11EAT SILE SIMPSON y - and thirty nine and you neednt tell the whole eirous that 1 weigh even that in bisted up into that trapeze Thats another thing all id and diamonds on earth couldnt So PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond Offlco Smllli llullding Main Street 28- - - - - t0 Ye cant fit no water in here Well I guess you wont quite warp wait until we git outside Hits only live cents a glass ho says Yes an twenty fivo centses make a Tildy Plain waters good enough for Then the little old man put a red cot Â¬ ton handkerchief up to his face and gig itil Tildy said acridly If ye dont shet up itll be tho last i Ill ever fetch ye too Thu him and when the lem- 0 came around he said gently That lemnadc looks mighty good mo W BRIGHT MD S I CIA N A ND S UR G E ON Kentucky Richmond m THE GHIGSSG ROOK ISLHD Ifi Ri of Ill - 9 In Smilli Building on Main Street Special aitention given l intcroseopleal and chemical examinations of tissues and Uulds Office if Patent Medicines PAINTS OII WHITE LEAD ike the human lioily 3- - Includinir main linco brcnohos and extension Miseoun River To all points East Ncrth Ctty to Root Isancl Davernoit D LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lnko Pip stono V town Minneapolis St Paul and intorv Bhort direct route In connection with sville Nashvitle and Bacrn Kansas City It ul o cor al io EST i dollar Theres two slices of lesBom la each glass and theyd bo good dried and put in dried apple sass A sprinklin of cinnamon is Jist as good sJSfV jv Yes and I read of a man that died after drinkin ice water when ho was hot Its ice cold Im terrible hot and dry and he says Id risk dyin WtmJZ o peanuts then Why Tildy Ye alius fool hardy Well what do ye say to tn gittin a bag Paint goin to thats all Peanuts aint fit to put into nobodys stummick Ive read theyre hoalthy Healthy Nasty little hard lumps like peanuts healthy I et some eight or nine years ago and Im here yit Your stummick was stronger then nor what it is now Shucks I could eat a quart of em Well you aint going too Tho mon- Â¬ ey is tied up in a corner o my hankcher an its goin Is stay there What do you say to a couple o ban narcrs Hes sollin em two fur a nick- Â¬ el Theyre rank pizen in some stura ffiicl I never see your beat Sile Simpson Evry time vc come to town you think youve got to go and gawm down a lot o stuff money It haint ce yon pp nt firo onts six bk for a lot o prunes an et em aU down in tne day I bleeve in enjiying life a little Yos an in the most expensive way It aint been throe months sencc you squandered five cents for choeso an sweet crackers an I ketched yougawm ing em down out in the barn and now ye wanter spend moro money fer sech 6tuff Yo shant do it Evrybody buys a little something at Id risk em in ourn a circ Eight ns an Insect De Â¬ back about stroyer given a Electric light is a great slayer of in-Â¬ jlopo from there back it is to bo fastsects Prof Lintncr New Yorks Stats ened on with small strips of iron as shown in cut so that it will work entomologist believes that tho averag number of the insects destroyed in a through the slot The top lever is VI1 night by a singlo eloctric light is nearly inchos long Tho bottom pieces are 1 one hundred thousand Tho larger por- Â¬ inch thick and are f stcned on each tion of lrof Lintnors specimen collec- Â¬ sido of the upright piece Thoy extend tion from ono light consisted of minute 10 inches to tho front and 5 inchos to gnats midge9 crano flies and similar tho rear Farm and Fireside small two winged insects No mos- Â¬ Fruit Figures quitoes were discovorod among t e From various California journals we victims as they aro not attracted to the lights There wore however largo glean tho following A Fresno grower numbers of plant bugs which aro in- Â¬ has received per aero for Winter Nolis jurious to vegetation particularly of pears SSOO poaches and nectarines 5U0 raisins g20 apricots 8240 Bart ono small spocios of a handsome green lott pears S240 Zinfadol grapes dried gassid which foods upon our grasses BUfc A number of tho moths and ono of tho Last years crop of tho Austin leaf rollers which havo made such vinoyard 2 acres brought S7r00 A peach plum tree at Vacavillo has yield- Â¬ havoc in our fruit troos this season were found as well as other species of ed CO worth of fruit Soventy flvo tho samo family Prof Lintnor was prune trees will yield fivo ton3 worth sorry to discover also a number of the sj O Tho lliversido orango crop was tx autiful gauze wings among tho heaps iihout 1800 Prospects for next year aro ood for nearly 2000 car of the slain as their larvao aro tho aphis lions which aid in keeping own plant oIs An Azuza rancher has rcfuod TJuOO for bj aires of orange orchard in lice The electric light bays Prof arias Iintner will undoubtedly prove an act ive ajont In tho reduction of insect Big Rain In West Virginia posts and also furnish entomologists Dispatches from the interior of West with many raro specimens and with Virginia from Woston Grafton Phillipl many species never beforo seen and points on the West Fork of tho Monongahcla the Tygart Valloy Lit HERE THEY DINE tlo Kanawha and other tributaries of An Economical Automatic Feed Trough the Ohio Bay that the storm reported Sunday night extended over a wide area for the Fowls I submit those sketches of an auto- Â¬ of country Everywhere the heaviest matic feed trough for fowls to the con- Â¬ fall of rain ever known occurred sideration of thoso interested in poultry amounting to a waterspout All streams re swollen and traffic is entiroly sus- Â¬ who liko to manufacture their own utensils They show tho trough by per- pended Groat damage has boen dono spective and cross section It is V to property Weston was flooded and shaped and hold in placo by tho ond the loss will run into tho thousands pieces Theso also form the supports to Chicagos Government Building Unsafe keep it at tho propor height from tho Â¬ During tho past threo days ground The bottom board five inches ernment building at Chicago the Gov- Â¬ has be wido is also fastened to theso ond come alarmingly unsafe Numerous pieces A threo sided strip is nailed along tho center of tho bottom board to fresh cracks havo appeared in the walls tho oldor rents have widened consider- Â¬ divide tho grain as it feeds down allowably floors havo boen forced concavo ing tho fowls to cat from both sides Tho opening between tho lower edges and convex windows and window sills of tho sides and this center strip also have been misplaced and broken and distance from the bottom is about almost all the horizontal water pipes have burst and unable to check the flow owing to very imporfect valves tho floors in the lower part of the structuro are now in places as much as a foot and half undor water The Electric UlOGY JACK fivo inches and JK CS Richmond Â¬ HOLTON - Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon - Kentucky STATIONERY School Books competent Pharmacist to com pound prescriptions A Office over I M Brightl Hours Special attention 00 lo40Sp IB 1100 a M Klven to diseases of women and all diffi cane Patient ire tied at a dis Â¬ cult chronic It traverses vast areaa of tho richest Cunning and world forming the cred popular transportPCion to and frou rai cit o towm a orado and tho ndii Torritory VEIL Kansas City and Caldwell K THE SHORT LINE TO DEMVEH AB 1 THE RSJSSOUSJ RIVER - tance and any address Iliiiuoiltlilc medicines sent l - 1US JENNINGS Richmond Offlco A GIBSON Kentucky il SH Rices Physicians and Surgeons 39 Mum street over Wullace shoo store POWERS 211 111611 Succkssoh to 0 E Smith Ijeedinar all coi- rr in fplendor of o by steam from tho lo omotivo i leave K md St Jocp tvnfi Southetst with y toirces l ill i THEE Reclining Chair Cf KU INING THPOUG Denver Goiorauo C id rnnlo nnlrirotervenmj stations in Knas and Colorado Srn venifint stations west of K pa fumis at - Palao Sleeping Cars to an on Wichita do MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS Tfi seasonable hours and at i prices To Mnnisou THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST AE PHYSICIAN AULTZ W AND SURGEON - CEilEAL A UNIVERSITY KY Richmond Office 220 Kentucky Burnam IS- - RICHMOND Main Street Clienault liulhllng up stairs SEXT SESSION OPENS Pikes Peak tho Garden of tho Gods Omg is and cit reports hunting and nahine er inic att a Trains an ItsVeatibul mat can cac They also Depots - h tho Union Pt Denver Texna and TcS orns iiuvj Tivbit3 Folders c Western Trail issued monthly or further ddsirod information address E jR J M BLACK Wednes da Sept 10 1890 T3BSS COLLEGES Fourteen De Â¬ partments of Study ST JOHN General Kanfcr CHICAGO II JOHN SEBASTIAN I ft fra A i car-load-- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 26- Rkd Housk Ky UA Â¬ HOOlEIlT VETERINARY SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Specially OFFICE Next door in tLiMAX office lingham building Richmond Ky Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a St- - Dil- Â¬ INSURANCE BURNAM HUME The Oldest and Strongest America Companies NORTH AMERICA SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS Â¬ whole cokernutwhen they come to a circus and Hi Jinkinsallus gits himself Bar Evrybody dont I dont Ive knowed some folks to buy a Â¬ js htizk m ff ut Ye might jist as well shet right up first a3 last Sile she eaid with tightly compressed lips and an unrelenting look Amtrn in her cold gray eyes I carry the fyxx money and there aint goirig to be none of it wasted and that I letyo knowonoo fer all And then tho circus being over they climbed down from their lofty perch and she led the way out with Silo walk- Â¬ AUTOMATIC FKHU TROUGH ing meekly behind a dejected and dis- Â¬ three eighths of an inch for wheat appointed but submissive victim to a or cracked corn for whole corn or superior mind Liht moist feed the opening should be larger The trough can bo made of any to StrTiio AVatrr Dr G G Cur in tho Medical reasonablo length crc cix feet long isilv sterilized will feed at ono timo twenty five fowls it a or near tho boiling A few of the advantages of this feeder at for fifteen minutes Fivo min-- 1 Cleanliness it being impossible heat is sufficient to destroy all for tho fowls to stand in tho feed or harmful micro organisms Still less throw dirt into it 2 There is no op- Â¬ portunity for crowding and all faro time suffice tc destroy the g varieties which are recognized alike 3 No waste grain foods down as liable to occur in water Thus mere- Â¬ only as fast as eaten at tho bottom 4 ly raising to tbe boiling point a clear Tho trough will hold enough for several water containing the micro organisms day3 feeding if dcUrod 5 Tho con- Â¬ struction is very simple Use any fair of malarial disorders typhoid cholora grado of planed boards of spruco hem- Â¬ diphtheria or of suppurative processes If ono wishes tho sides and allowing it to gradually cooL in-- lock or pine oan bo fastened to tho end piece with wras tne destruction of these germs by which tho opening at tho Mrs Aiken What do you think bottom can bo readily adjusted to any of the Monroe doctrine Mrs Payne fciae of grain Mrs Payne I dont know any thing I live on my wits said Scribbler about him You see Dr Keneen does How do you liko fUt lifer asked Cyo aU my doctrinVPuck ftcus Pittsburgh Dispatch disease-producin- In tho Vermont Senate Tuesday Jus- EifT Dont terjatl our office is at the tin S Morrill received 27 votes for Farmers National Hank United States Senator Edward J HUME BURNAM Phelps received 1 In tho House Morrill received 167 votos Phelps 66 Both Houses will moot in joint session at N B Tolwoco Barns Country Stores ami Milling properly specialties noon Wednesday and formally announce the election of Senator Morrill B AH 33 32 J Â¬ Senator Morrill He Sleeted ROCK BOTTOM RATES Classsical Scientific and Letters Courses RECORD 227 Leading to Bachelor B A B S and B Land Master M A M S and II BROTHER TO YUBA RECORD 1 2 WHILE L Degree IN FOAL AUo Commercial and Elective Courses A full faculty of able and experienced men each a specialist in his department Attendance hat session 326 from 25 We offer the services of the season of YAZ00 at Silver Creek Sh States and Territories County Kentucky at New Gymnasium More than 100000 added to the endowment last year -- FORTY DOLLARS Expenses moderate 175 to 240 for TO INSURE A LIVING C0LT4Ctuition board washing and servants attention Money due it mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled M res kept and tried regularly on grass at ten cents a day grain fed if desired PREPARATORY DEPART14E1TT at reasonable rales WU1 every care to prevent accdents or escapes will net be responsible for ether Prof R L Pulli am M A Principal S arc14 8ie of Kaul 5 203 and two assistants give undivided atten A 2S more 230 pert crmcra JdaZat t tion to tie thorough instruction and discipline o pupils wane in f il and Yazoo rcLoru 227 4 by The ntw Gymnasium contains a large BOlaont sire of Nutwoodand tliirty two re in 230 list study hall seated with single deks conve- Â¬ 2nd dam TOTing Portia Mam of Voltaire record U nient rectation rooms and all the equipof Vr -- 04 n England Conuela trial a ment of 1 first class training school Chlde Harod two mile lam of Careful attention given to physical training Student have access to Ihe gymnasium and go through daily drills 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer under the direction of a Professor 4th tm by Whip a thoroughbred Oratorical drill throughout the year Eor further particulars or catalogue ap The above pedigree shows YZ0O to be superbly bred Harold no Che hs Mre grand Mre and great grand s ply to each L H BLANTON Chancellor WngPortu Ins dam ami grand dam are UutriouS matronsill with a icing thorolh 9bred foundation where can you beat it SBsMSsWsMSMssiBjHSJSsjBBB KBoot now open Address us at Silver Creek Madison cou ty Ky Â¬ YAZOOI 224 I5 - Â¬ te lt ue Srf 43- - neataTecordrje SVnornsS1 Itol - u MADISON Female Institute The thirty third session of this noted school lor joung ladies and girls will open on T S BURNAM CO Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY Cutting It Fine Owner of race horse looking closely at scales Williams you aro a trifle over weight Cant you lighten yourself a little Got on my Williams tho jockey lightest suit sir Aint ett a bite to day and ave just trimmed my finger nails Owner Well go and get shaved The ZEtxoaa Miotic CO Steam PLUIBIM Sanitary Plumbing Gas Fitting Tuesday September 9th Organized 1874 A full corps of competent teachers Admirable Curriculum Plied reasonable Â¬ Assets 85675040 rmor iV - f Dr- - Jury Absent blinded Mrs Gilbooly How is your daughter coming on Mrs Peterby She is too absent-minde- d poor thing Just think of it Sho went out walking yesterday afternoon with hor intended and came homo at eleven oclock with a gentleman who was a perfect stranger Texas Sittings eyhiu id Tho steamer Columbia mado the trip from New York to Qnoenxtown In six days flftnen hours sallUttea tho best timo on record An Ocian O All orders promptly filled and And all gas pipe used to he puaianteod of the light size according to the rules and regulations ot the Water and Light ComMain Street No 22- - W pany opposite Hotel GLtidon Pot ollice address Ixck Box 1 13- Â¬ Â¬ Calls attention to For Catalogues or other particulars call Pli y Prompt Hld its Invel Premium Ulall on or address tancy Of life UU providing liaW y c work except for fraud or Uonpymet pre B C HAGERMAN q-- c vv- - r h nM X 11 hardi e N t Irin u n rr V tm V of lle PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Proprietor Limestoao Street 0pp 0 ft 0 Depot LEXINGTON KY Frukie Clniiui Barber 106 Shop EAST MAIN STREET Tins exports ot nog products from the four leading Atlantic ports of tho United States last week aggregated M83 pounds being nearly the same as a year Ago Farm Field and Stockman Wo Imve opnel a firei class iind de iro to have the patronage of We gentlemen ladiert anil childiei guarantee tirsi class work New ami elegant furniture ciean throughout and sharp razors M C MOORE 43- Wew Euilding and Fnrnitnre Well Lighted ako Vkn tiltei fliop L Hreckinnd irgmm but who has been New ork seventeen extensive aciuaintance will SKIL IIR RYru MINERAL AN I AUK AM DEVELOPED 1 NOTICE1 enter NEW J BK D M CI BROOKS CHENAULT Real Estate Brokers KlCHMOSD KKNIl KY Cenlrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED RATES S2 and 49 48 - J 250 per Day Will also into Corporation securities Skilled lalwr futnished Room 30 320 BROADWAY Laree lUisoftitv and imrrv Prop Â¬ ped S Office CABMICHAEL Hee I0RK Brooks Drug titore at axkion 38- - f hfiiftyzi Ms s s m s tak