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Digital page images are linked to the text file. kkk TO VOLUME IV Ittnjj tVater osf Thili3mi of Gallons of tVhirli Moods the Town Urstroy Sag Many Houses A dispatch from Templo Tex says I 8 a stakd fipb bursts Â¬ RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29 1890 V Ii 8IA I - ik ogi ifjj rV c S L 20 8 j T gsCe-lf i1 S - NUMBER Ct COLLISION IN A TUNNEL TirriUo Accident on tho Cincinnati Southern Road FKEIGIIT SMASH UP Misunderstanding of Ordcre Cancers a Wrock Near OzXord O Two Train llnrned men Injure THE ELECTRIC DEATH To He Tried on Eight More New York CrimÂ¬ THE COMMONWEALTH Thos F Rornn tho leading shoo merchant of Paris died at ono oclock the other morning of consumption Ho was aged thirty flvo and loaves a wife Â¬ plr Known tn Havo IJrtn Hilled mid a Numlier Injured Tin nii side left Cincinnati night is train l about a quarter of a milo Valley Station of I liicli I S over the Cincinnati rir lives and iisIv injured or I unfortunate took acci- - alh re aro iirred at Elihu both pas fat r Kv innati TUi I nid Central later Both wc for more tiian tn ohonrs rs to proceed on train most Cincinnati ut and met and paaaat wad f might train No - Ifcaf 5 behiad it started out rushed hj- the freight at a hifrh rale of speed the trainmen No - Um When No 9 fatd and I- Thin at a safe distancein at tie Sloan - thought tho I LfejriaeC hrottle c The to slu- as a fatal blun- H 1 aidfl of his enino and the rapidly on to the main - It confusion cr trains Si iid dark tunrcl shed si full speed Into Um and Two hundred and eighty thousand gal- Â¬ lons of water confined in the stand pipe broke loose at about 3 oclock Friday morning and foodcd the town Immense shoots of boiler steel hundreds of pieces of scaffolding houses barns and all the debris of the sur- Â¬ rounding neighborhood went float- Â¬ ing and crashing in all directions The joi pla of the town were awak Â¬ ened and stood in frightened groups about tho town watching tho destruction of their homes and proper- Â¬ ty 0 of O T Ri crushed as an egg shell and afterwards took fire from an overturned lamp and was burned Rigion was seriously burned and his recovery is doubtful Lying out towards the street were si x- ctions of tho pipe a great hol- Â¬ low cylinder twenty feet in dial and of the heaviest boiler steel Tho lower sectins of the pi iirown in a different direction They were torn twisted and crumpled Tho several barns nnd sheds near by were washed down and away Tho fences of the neighborhood aro gone and all over the streets alleys and yards are sea tend tho contents of houses and barns while timbers from everywhere aro lying around in all con ceivahlo shapes Tho damage done is heavy outside of the stand pipe itself All the liouses around w 1 with and several seriously damaged The accident is unaccountable No re apparent in any of the broken and tom pieces and the workmanship Shows it to bo first class The foundation is still there solid and unharmed t in ono place whore a fash two feet long is cut through the bottom Liid a couple of rocks washed away Â¬ Ttcr r Taylor a bad no warning of ortfc end f VERY INGENIOUS Scheme to Turn the Washincton Capitol Around A peculiarity about some of the pub Â¬ lic buildings in Washington is that they face away from the city proper This is owing to the fact that the growth of tho city has bei n in a direction directly op posite to thai originally expected The Capitol and the treasury aro com picuous examples of this apparently retrer d order of architecture Architect Clark of the is in receipt of a curiosity in the way of an engineering plan looking to no less a feat than the turning around of the great ssarbl building where Congress sits The method d but the substance of it is that some won derful Jacks will be placed at short in s under I ing after sulli- cient cxcsvMions have been m iio Then the ground will be dug from aiound tho foundations by degrees and shored up with iron rl m end to end 1 portion where the erypts now are the inventor will place a circular railway supported by more of t sad upon these with a pressure of only a few horse power ho proposes to turn the entire Capitol without disturbing its foundations or its walls A much simpler plan is being followed by Architect Clark Tho Capitol is now being given a new front including a grand staircase thus making it face both w Â¬ Â¬ Um ml hours ra rata at Um rate hour a running li le sway f fiom lartyto rounded an hnadn fall hed Tho with nfusion ulk ved other ij in Only a lew i i - wiadows The following is tho list of fatalities railroal collision in the tunnel at Sloans Station on the Cincinnati South- Â¬ ern road Killed John Welch fireman erset Ky W F Uouid fireman Ludlow Ky C Doegen postal clerk Cincinnati O J Ruffner express mes Â¬ senger Cincinnati O John Montgomery brakeman Albany N Y John 1inilott engineer Detroit Mich In- Â¬ jured P Taylor engineer Somerset Ky J L Gayle postal clerk Cincin- Â¬ nati O John Long baggage mastor Newport Ky Miss Ollio Get passcngor Dayton Tenn passenger Anniston Arch Murphy Ind N D Wheeler passenger New s La Wild Ilose assen go r in of Mr Wheeler Moses Simon passenger Cincinnati O The flames nuo to pour from tho cavern form a weird spectaclo aousands of specta- that ns Valley tunnel will remain oleum of most of tho unfortu--ho- d in its depth Their ashes trodden in the earth of tho road- Â¬ way with the dust of the lime s Avill never be identified One or two of the dead were moro fortunate is of poor Ll Raffners Thursday and was to Cincinnati in charge of his two by the Â¬ 1 I Â¬ Tic Km II C R loi Lawrese MURDEROUS NURSE lliirayil at n client and 1 ehargi si the toi kvillo tzim v Ith i l i t s nnrse in Rellcvue New York v as tient who was e at the thrco hours John TV Willi from delir lent that he acled laced to and tied morni witli hi fist a pa Gned in a strait jacket than aient i had in a 1 to bo man- Jacket Tuesday - arrived deteri r- and were taken at once to tunnel where the of-d Tbey imme thi revolver as theirbrothers property and further inprosed that tlio bones were le remains of tho express r I rt of the iaw bone was picked up and the charred teeth fell from it with Several smaller ntle movement ents of bono there were and one at was pronounced a part of the elbow joint There were an inch or two of tho bones of both the upper irm the fragments being at h one another as if tho elbow had been turned Leaving this ly memento on tho surface of tho debris the brothers traced a lino on urth to the spot whore the hand I hare been and digging into the groat unearthed a ring w hich HufTncr had worn in life A brass seal tho wooden handlo of which had been consumed in the flames was found tl eing a stamp which tin r always carried in L The Bast r brothers gath- Â¬ ered up Um little heap of bones there was and had tiot a handful in all and placing theri in a basket carried them to S a pino box was pro cured in which to carry them to Cin- Â¬ cinnati At Somerset the brothers were given the metal parY of the company er which always lay on the express mesM The ex- afe is discovered early in the day and was pulled out of the tun- Â¬ nel with tho aid of tho derrick car Route Agents King and Owens who went down from Cincinnati Thurs- Â¬ day as Representatives of the United a Express Company opened the safe but found only ashes and dirt Tho acle was an old fashioned affiir and Lai contents in paper and other val- uallcs has lx k I r ny an with in Lawn patients Lawrence raised Williams head cell name and Viik and spat in hi control of Lawrence so that I uci Williams two heavy One of the hi and Um in it little while patient rnd bi ins nose itches iren to the In a d be wi to o sinkiag without aval and tho man di will not m is committed without ation fenae and bail for examin- RAT AND RATTLER They Jijrlit a Tiiro nrs llattlo Which roth Ar Finally Rilled Wm in Weeder of Columbus Ind bought a black rattlesnake from a Brown County man with seven rattles and ind placed three and one half f it in a glass box in bis barber shop A day or two later ho caught a lareo and put it in tho rat wharf box with the snake A bloody battlo off in one corner of in system and suck the p tig to understand just what to do followed Wh- tile would bito the rat it would get sanguinary battles continued at intervals for three days by which time the fur v s nearly all torn from tho i part of lornirg ox and Seven B ten off found dead in m FIRE SWEPT Hundred Ono of the most liaird walked an exhibi alfmie in two minutes fifty four and throe qnarter seconds boating tho worlds record of three minutes two and Q D At tho Francisco Pslsstrlan Rcord Olympic Brokan Club games San two fifths seconds IncervJrism Mllita Callad Oat FiJtecn armed men burned down the L H Varnes in Coffee build a Saturday night because of County his aappoand participation in the lato called out i mor Gordon has rioL the militia Ehittn Ssf Defsnss At Cum m tions witnessed in Mobile Ala began Sunday about half past twelve in tho Butt and shinglo mil of St u art owing to the strong northwest wind pre- Â¬ vailing was not checked till five oclock Sunday afternoon and only then after a favorable change in the wind Moro than twenty squares were burned hounded by Beauregard Magnolia and St Louis streets and tho river Tho estimated at about 5700000 with Tho tracks of about S400000 insurance all railroads centering there have been obstructed by the debris in the burned districts and trains aro delayed Tho fire was of incendiary origin Kllsd at the Crossing A furniture van owned bv Samuel Nathan of Brooklyn to which four s were attached and in which wero the owner Nathan Wm Wickson the driver and a man named Hermann was narration at MohSle Ala disastrous conflagra- Thousand Iolar Con Â¬ Tenn Sunday shot to death fight was the re Martin acted in i lefeoise Dr II Another L misville Tornado Victim F Kalfus the seventy eighth I Ixmisville wia Saturday night struck by I at the Jamaica turnpike crossing near L I Hermann relapse At rx Aldrmvi y Found a a Shot shot and mor George H Hathaway m was j lay ex Alderman Sarvig Condition tiled and Natiian was so d that he died soon after obably fatally injured four horses were killed he van was smashed into splinters Carrlal Bb7 a U7 i nail hunters were gun-Ind training somo ray ca10 l4rff youk in ono of them for d paid SI 00 fasten ick IBS Wm i and four children and 5100000 a vegetable compound A mono the numerous railroads charter Â¬ and herbs EURELY entirely of roots forests of ed by the last Legislature and now befrom the A terrible wreck of two railway freight ing rapidly pushed is tho Charleston has been used by millions trains occurred about 5 Kentucky nnd Western from Charlesof people with the best results It evening in a cut and curve on tl ton S C via Mlddlesborougb to Cincinnati Hamilton and Indianapolis rail Â¬ cinnati A corps of engineers will be way about two miles east of Oxford put in the field and the work will bo R sI n of trains iodThe distanco is two pushed rapidly with All manner of Blood diseases from the merchandise both going at full I hundred and six miles from Cincinnati pestiferous little boil on your nose to tho result of to Mlddlesborougb of orJ Tho road will run the vorst cases of inherited blood some other blunder of a iifcc via Imoville Manchester Boonevllle taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism nature not y Clay City and Ml Sterling rtain- Catarrh arid ed Tho train from thenco via Carlisle to Cincinnati ITamiltoa had two locomotives one in front tho The offect of a verdict in the circuit other court at Newport is that Mayor Reid of her Tho two trains bad about thirty Ore cars Bayton who has ocoupiod that position Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed well ladn and each had a full crew two years was not qualified for the ollico free Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga Tho collision ma o a big crash threw by citizenship the colliding A stiT has been entered at Louisville tho track and jumbled the freight cars with against tho Supreme Lodgo Knights their contents in a confused m and Ladies of Honor by a number of splintered kin ling wood ready to members of Jowctt Lodge of that city receive the f at had already which suffered so terribly by the torna- Â¬ started on their mission of de do It is to recover S2 840 subscribed by tion At midnight tho f res of the wreck members of tho Order for the rolicf of were staking the air luminous It looks the Lodge but returned to the Supreme RICHMOND KY as if nothing of the trains or their ooa by Supremo Protector Milburn will be SS 1 Th derailment who holds that it was not needed there f tho was ABOUT ll oclock tho othor night fire crews of tl two trains were moro or broke out in tho composing room and Woras Than Cholera less disabled The spot is lonely and pox epidemic which is pre- Â¬ job department of the Inquirer Publish- Â¬ The there was no human means at hand vailingsmall Madrid rapidly assumes ing Company Owensboro Tho loss has in ty might able to save wh Tho number of not been estimated but it will bo contX anBrjU JananV JaCanaB 9 wise hrve been saved A rough mini- Â¬ graver proportions aro counted by thou Â¬ siderable all tho job stock and a groat mum and Â¬ deal of job and newspaper material be Of the in- sands and the authorities are resorting to ing ruined Several job presses and oth- Â¬ it may reach every possible measure to check tho jured John Mathers a fireman is tho aro considerably dam- Â¬ As a means to er machinery only one n ers aro spread cf the disease this end the Government hasordered aged Tho origin of the flro is a s are only slightly hurt Ti aafl Em iTW JaSaP servants and soldiers be vacci- Â¬ mystery it seeming to havo startod in John Kasner of In lianapolis John Mc- Â¬ that alland has a room adjoining the job stock dopar a prescribed severe punish Moz nated Neill Charles Mbnaban ment for those who shall seok to cvado scaat zelle F J Carney and John N S In Kentucky quail maybe killed be- Â¬ tho operation The engineer and fireman of tween October 10 and February L and at 1 unhurt All tho injured aro tho - no othor time law fully ANOTHER DEATH trainmen Patents for Kentucky inventors Bteaalta Im the HarAarowi Att ek of Henry M Goodman assignor of ono t THIRTY INJURED Vii Iiiin Peurjherty on Dr 11 aixtfa to J S Bell and F A Baker Lou- Â¬ -- rbo killed Ill Wreck of on Rxawess Train on the Sante isville self oiling car truck Maddra J I is Asylnm Br Lloyd of the IV Itallroid List of Injnrtet Ow- Â¬ of another Hewlett assignor of one third to J Thirty people were seriously injured now responsible for en Paducah type writing machine by the wrecking of train Xo 5 the human ben- - His last victim Fred W Koifol jr assignor to Scanlon and grade of Monumental Work from the smallest stone to the most through Sant Ie vestibule Denrer exCo Louisville fire place back or linand sister to ing press at Wakaruas thirteen miles south in Fnion Hill N J of Topeka Kas Friday afternoon John- - Kkaustiaau a well known Ger MONUMENT oria well of The train was running at a high rato man citizen of Louisville fell dead of bor brothers tragic of speed and left the track at a curvo life out Dr while sitting at tho supper table this side of the cast crI of tho OR MOST ELABORATE STATUARY yards The I BSS mail Lloyds body which wa lying in a raul Paralysis of the heart Tnos MncaxiX n jailatBardstown and that ol and baggage cars and throe Pullman in Floral Hill re sent to Lebanon N under a life sentence for tho murder of vestibule cars all left t Tho tho peddler Bovine last summer and Our prices compete with city houses chair car sleej ears are on Y Y Designs furnished on application who o case has Just been confirmed by is torn up for sides The t DUorary of a Cavj the Court of Appi al3 made his second about four hundred feet A relief train lona hunters diseoTered attempt to break jail the other night Imported Native Marble Topeka arrive at 515 bringing ded but that cave near Pilot Knob and might hawith it the injured who wero cared for Jailer Roby suspected and was watching and GRANITE always on hand Call in Galena111 It ws at the National II following DCO of half 8 IB him Ho had started a firo in tho sink and bt ne persons were injured many of them nd to contain many rooms and intendod to burn his way out An seriously If F Jones mail agent Kansas City pimud between cars or vaulted openings lind from to to effort to secure a pardon for him was to i with stalactites glistening havo boen made by somo of tho citizens Proprietor and injured laterally J W Fade ly mail agent Kansas City in- Â¬ cubes of mineral and other beautiful who wero in doubt as to his guilt but it is now probable that no further action Farther in Harry Stone mail ternal injuries will be taken in the matter subterranean wo agont Kansas City head bruised Mi MAsorEUADiNu In boys clothing Ella Steele New York City hurt in tio 6eem3 to be tho latest fad among a cer- Â¬ head F L Terry express mess Johir7 liopi Pirlo iol tain class of strong miuded damsels Kansas City badly Injured in spine L Johnny Hope son of Jinniy Hope about Fulton Tho Fulton Argus re- MISS BESSIE BARBOUR will Johnson Kansas Oit baggage agent J tho famous bank robber was par ports another case of a sixteen-yoar-olleg hurt Henry Lindsey Topeka take a by the Governor of New York after girl and drops into poetry on the sub- Â¬ bruised in the sido and jaw hurt Ifat ht months and ject tie OConnell Chicago head and back Ecrring nine Wlin lovely women stoop to shoddy Girls cf Injured Mrs Dr Ueaslee Tullundo And ends too late that ponts betray prmhira forcompliclty in Coh bruised and tooth knocked out E What art can hide from anybody the robbery of the Manhattan Savings For instruction in English Latin M Beasleo same place concussion Ibr eatka sox ty night or day r ilo e has all along Terms and The announcement is mado that Mrs French and German Mrs Geo Turley Fresno Cal back cut Theresa Stewart oldest daughter of other particulars will be made Mrs J McFarland Torrill Hill Ohio contended be was innocent Senator Blackburn will be united in known in person or by circular head cut S Sylvester Milton Cal A n v hvids sorrows teeanralata marriago on tho 11th of November with kneo injured C F Farrington Lis- Â¬ of Peru Captain Wm P Halo of the Fifth Cav- Â¬ bon 111 collar bono dislocated J J Wed- one of MISS CARRIE BARBOUR alry U S A Tho ceremony will bo Buckley brakeman back hurt Eliza- Â¬ irning and returning performed at St Johns Episcopal beth Babbitt Oakland Cal arm in- Â¬ rs old had having returned from the CinChurch in Washington jured Mrs W S McCluro Kansas ir lsen e It was buried tho Conservatory of Music Mrs L E White Knox seventy five years old cinnati City arm dislocated i Beta died of diph Â¬ was killed by a train near Evington will take pupils in vocal and inOakland Cal F A Fair Albuquerque Station N If George F Roppy Denver Solon theria strumental music at her room in John Goohvax aged 103 years died E Kose Albuquerque s B Hankina Fatal Fndn of ai 01 Qtirr the new school building in the near Carlisle J G Raines was l CoL W F Jones Kansas City oi the First Presbyterian Hon Cassh s M t i y passed hi3 rear Barlrngton S J A Coulter Colorado Springs eightieth birthday a few days ago Chinch a nephew of Rsine Wedaea in Md AT burning of Mrs Patsy Clays resi Â¬ ed by tho old quarrel which f School will open on Monday Thos J Min Gertrude Pitt- - settling of their lares of tho dence in Bourbon County a fow nights 9- ago was the destruction of a locally fa Â¬ September Sth man a young couple from Brew ton Ala cotton en were married la mid air in a big balloon mous monument of tho good old days Isaac Smth Uijrat the fair grounds Birmingham Ala It had been a noted center of wealth Is ic Si by Rev S M Adams president of tho ed by Gov and culture and tho houso itself was an State Farmers Alliance after which ernor Campbell to Novi The odd one in many respects Every nail d an indefinite in it is said to have been mado by a an aerial tour of seventeen landing safely at Helena Shel stay of execution in the case of Stanley blacksmith and every foot of lumber bey County Minis is only 21 and his Jones was sawed by hand with a rip saw brido 17 They were given 8250 to mako It is ropoiled that Captain Joe Du aaetasr V m Fjnnd tho trip and numerous presents Workmen found the body of a woman poister of Ballard County has sold to a in the ruins of the I eland Motel Syra Louisville syndicate for 6100000 what Mjrtflid to Death is known as the tbat of Mary Bad erty including Old Fort Jefferson prop- Â¬ The body of Livinia Brovvcr of North- Â¬ the site of a new manuden a domestic Th six victims umberland la was found in tl facturing town known as Bupoister ly- Â¬ qwfthaaaa rivor at Fishers Ferry Friing nine miles clow Cairo on tho Illi- Â¬ Thin Fine Saddle Stallion willl make the A Til Sul Wrack day morning Tuesday Miss Brower season of iSjo at the Fair Grounds In a tall eri I wreck on the Union Pa- Â¬ nois Central railroad and the Missisfailed to receive an invitation to a parRichmond Ky at cific near Kansas City eight persons sippi ty in her neighborhood and this so were injured one fatally Wm farmor FeiirsiT a well-to-dworked on her mind that sho aroso frcra was thrown from his horso on his way 15 TO INSURE COLT bed Tuesday night got out of tho win- Â¬ Four Kiiled hy an En lna in ir Lancaster the night dow down over the grape arbor and J W Jenkins his wife and baby and and sustained injuries from other effects Mrs lames Bowman all of Walker of which he died at midnighttho made her way to the river hands high JESSE COBB is 15 chest mt color 4 years old weighs close to County were killed by being struck by CieCom Indians Drlva Back Troops loo pounds fine action and is a model an engine mar Rome Qa mercial CI i sparing to boom saddle horse Is bv Mark Diamond 1st Tho troops who wero called out io pur Â¬ IT rsa by His Stp3in sue the band of Apaches who murdered dam dv Tuttle horse he bv Kbtill Eric David Grubb a farmer living near Georgette two sheep herders about twenty miles Jfixa RoiiiiiT A Thomson died a few sire of dam ofSecond dam 2ul byand Bell 111 was shot and killel by days ago at Frankfort of goneral de- Â¬ Vara 238 Young Lucy from Silver City N M recently met Grayville tepson Arch Wick while about to bility lie was sixty two years of age Daw Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip ho band Tn an unfrequented spot near Traveller the scene of the murder early Friday kill his wife Wicks mother and county judge of Franklin County 4th dam by will acciAl care to morning A conflict ensued but tho for fivo successive terms or a period of dents 01 escapes be taken not prevent Ureas Clown 113 la Jill be responsibut will Indians beat off their pursuors after Sam Rinehart tho famous circus twenty years preceding tho last oloction ble should any occur Lien reserved on two of them bs lied Ho entered the Confederate in August clown and head of tho Rinehart family the colt for the service fee army in 1S01 and served until tho closo died in the city jail at Columbus O CO An 0ihfmi Coalackr CHARLES E COLYEK 40- of tho war as Lieutenant and Quar- Â¬ Ed Stephens a notorious counterfeit Â¬ Wednesday night m b m termaster of tho Fourth Kentucky er was arrested fur miles west of Okla Â¬ Fartlqiii Shacks Regiment a part of tho old Orphan Bri homa City and is now in jail Thirty Two shocks of earthquake which seven spurious iohirs were found on his came from tho southwest occurred at gado Dc HrsPBREYs Specifics are scientifically aod person and a number of molds in his Cape Girardeau Baby Buntng Attain used for many carefully prepared prescriptions Mo at 010 oclock in private practice withsacceasand forOTcr house In the Court of Appeals at Albany morning One of tho shocks Thursday htnyyoarausedby tnepenpla Erery single Spe clilc Is a ftpeclal core for the disease named Ealfour Gos to Sea far Eirruf about one minute and tho other N Y Tuesday arguments wero mado Tliese Specifics cure without drugging purg Mr Balfour ing or reducing the system and are In fact and Buildings furni- Â¬ on tho appeal of Charles Arbucklo from rotary for Ire twenty fite seconds deec the sovereign rcmediesol IheWorld damages ren land I r through tho ture crockery etc wero visibly affect tho judgment of r or principal NOB ccasa dered by the lower courts and the argu m counties in which it is alleged iho movement of the oarth Frvcra Congestion Inflammation were lai view of tho Baby f tho orm Colic Fever Worms Worm orTeethlng of Infanta rying ColliBowt to Atinn Huntings h as failure of the p timony taken in fours Dinrrhrn of chililren r Adults Ct ore of the fulmi- At i lillloua ious trial Mis Clara Campbell in makia o make a lyenlrry Hrlplng lomiungCollomorons I solera Cold Bronchitis tmentsofthe Fnion Metallic oflronton O was a deeply interested isl investig ntll of toacasI ir In Toothache Faceache N e nra Company was blown up Goo aor to tho proceedings the statements regarding the condition Headaches Kick Headache Vertigo was blown t Dyapepat a Bilious Stomach of tho crop axasruaa Laeoaiotlvis n Palestine SnpurpNsed or Painful Periods White i o Profuse Periods 0 S Consul Uonrv Uillmaa at Jeru e i S Paralytc Uurnod Smirs roup Coush Difficult Breathing reports to th Ban Fra ilt Rheum Erysipelas Eruptions fire in New York City John Department of In Rheumatic Pains Rhenmattmgoe Chills Kalarla Beers wised db u a ed paralytic being unable under dato of September 38 that die and Fever and A or Piles Ilmd Bieedins In the Head se building was burnod American Io rlurd made in Catarrh Influenza Cold Coughs Whooping Coagb Violent sorted bad is er Philadelphia and intondcd for the new mer 4irnernl llebliity Physical Weakness railway from Jerusalem to Jaffa had chant fro Kidney Disease Pleido Not Galy Nervous Debility arrived at Jaffa Tho Consul says it 1rinary Weakness Wetting Bed Frank Smith the man under arrest must interest cur citizens to know Eiii fsr L tnl Diseases of ihelleart Palpitation 1 that Wm M iitor of tho Louis for participating in the Adam the first locomotives ever used in this Sld ty Druggists or sent postpaid on receipt fonUine O pleads not ville 1ost has been indicted for crimi of iirice DaTFiosrsaiTS MAjroaL 144 pages it bind wero mado in tho new rlcfiy lonnd In cloth and gold mailed free by the Federal grand jury at guilty nal libel world Hi mphreysMediciueColus Fulton St XT Little Rock Finloy publish of fraud by Zeb Ward of Arkansas tho BAUmor Dnist 0rJcttca Ssnic at Inrnd Dtil ti more dnists object to hcinj Tho Rleuier Rainbow took fire Tues- Â¬ well known granite quarry owner as mannfaetarera in thocen day evening at Cincinnati and was com A Waimin Hissing soa troj d ADiUNISTRATORS NOTICE Mary Williamson traveling with bor g Ill r in a wagon to Wheeling left Bel pro to go to larkorsburg and has not A persons inJebted to the estate of The police are look- Â¬ IVl JOE X HOOD will please call on U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Highest of all b Leavening Power ing for her or b fore the 1st dav of January ljiand fcttls same After that dav accounts will Scalded - Dsata be pjt in the hands of an officer Two children of Nicholas Brandt of 18 31 CilALES STAlP Adm 2 and hot water both dying with Â¬ DISSOLUTION NOTICE v li and rnl Train Â¬ 000 inals On account of the many electrical ex- Â¬ ecutions that aro to take placo in tho three State prisons of that State tho prison and State officials havo begun preparations to avoid many of tho mis Â¬ takes that occurred in Kommlers case sad aNo to apply now methods thathavo vered in tho interim Thin far eight men hare been condemned to dio by electricity before January 1 Six unless the court of appeals decide other- w ill be executed in Sing Sir on ono in Auburn and ono in Danne mora In order to perfect arrangement ting was arranged fori City There were only present part of tho State Vr Macdonald and Warden Brash Somo of the electricians meeting wero present at tho mler execution and suggested sev- Â¬ eral improvements It was decided that it would bo belter to extend tho time during which the current should be al to pass through tho condemned from twelve to twenty seconds and also to have tho helmot so made as to fit com pletely over the victims forehead in or 1 dor that tho electricity encirclo tho hoad entirely Changes aro also to bo made in tho seating of tho victim and also in tho manner of strapping him to tho chair i g CUBES M p i7 T1 j v- - J MILLER HAT rl V- J PERRNS GLOVES Â¬ Â¬ LYONS UMBRELLAS i W B BRIGHT W S SKIN OWCER HUME MADISON Monumental Work B BRIGHT CO W SUCCESSORS OF i M IItUiIIrr DEALKKS 15 FINESHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods o 1 Â¬ at- 1 i Â¬ RICHMOiNTD WEST IVI - - - ISE31Xr3XJ CASTS IMPORTED IIN Every Character MENS UNDERWEAR 1NECKWEARI UN - Â¬ Â¬ CQISAL FULLflRESSSHIRTS cjr r 1 v A D FLORA I School for Girls Class YES ITS 5 I a - r o s z z - A D RUFF rV- as OS a z - Z Â¬ d Twsnty A Ih Great Fall I 5 1 a - 5 a - And we are ready with our Bargain Theres no room for further argument Our choice stock of WEATHER H s z -- X r - s m m WATCH MAKER JEWELER Awn 3 g 3 o I Vatche 2 DEALER IN Clocks Jewelo Hilver ami etc 1 Flated war 8pcial O sr - atteutiou given o S JESSE COBB Soots Shoos d sRi a ETTIN2 DIAMONES Eats a 1 AND OTHEii 1RKCI008 BVOafBI c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o I at prices which make us beyond question the LOWEST TRICE HOUSE L TOWN quality considered Above us stands no competing stock below us lie no com We have ele- peting prices coods and plenty of irant them We have all the leading and representative is now offered Â¬ m t h v X s q 1 2 RSPAIRIIffC Promptly done ami in a workmanlike matiuer Cash Paid for Cii Gold acd Silver Hay CI - I - 1 2 m 0 o Dont foriet the place next door to the Post offlee Kicbuiond Ky 3t- - - 1 FAILWINTERSTYUS Gents and Childrens wear Our prices are a bomb shell for competitors but a blessing for the people Our prices may startle but they will not vex the caretul buyer for Ladies Â¬ G0R1VLEY -- AtTTEiV HAS T1IK U CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Â¬ Â¬ FINEST LINE 0F HUMPHREYS Are the Lowest Prices any object to vou Are the hi Qualities any inducement I Â¬ Saddlery AM i i30 Â¬ - If so come in and take a look at our splendid new goods the BARGAIN ASSORTMENT OF THE SEASON So So great in assortment So hon- pleasing in style So reasonable est in qualitv in price Give us a chance and we will give you for your money more Boots or Shoes or Hats than any other house in town BL11L 1 innuog aorsy u uuus HAS EVER HAD f flit j I I f RICHMOND 1 Â¬ Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined Bir discovery of a remedy tha cures if has been made and to be con vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 5oents botde is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Â¬ Â¬ SPEC Fl CS W C Gormlev Co STOCKTON BROOKS BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY V k -- j Roslsit sr mra For Sale or Rent STORE HOUSE i FOR SALE SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 r 10 foot alley Orchard Street QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE s rooms Hallie Irvine lot 3x150 to 10 foot allev and Orange Streets TWO FRAME DWELLINGS new 6 roams each HilUdale Avenue elegant to lots all well finished 40x150 feet The Madison Courtv B on jc Brooks in at the drug storf Richmond a large number of Bibles aad cea to those who are ab way to a and propose to oujjh- are not abe to buy out the county are requested to see es are the poor of their supplied W L CRUTCHER President Mad Nat Bank 49 4S s Canals Brer CoL was on tho strength of In he aad been sev hut without avail andsoar oftho the no he be hi 14 st the 3500 from 1roulx is a cou- - ABSOUsTEiy PURE jja3 bwder between Drs Jennings I desire to sell or rent privately the by mutual consent dissolved and Gibson large two story this day As it is detdrable to close the oon as possible the accounts will be placed in the hands cf a collector ements can be made with either situated on a good corner lot in Ellis n on Ky knon as tha Hosn proper- 18 19 R chmond Ky Oet 1 iSqo 22 ty H U tOLYER TIE partnership is Threi Elegwt BUILDING seperate or as Powells LOTS a fSBst Fifth Street on Walnut Street jOxifxj feet each THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS addition Suth 6- Downs fcr Sals 1 06 For prices on anv of the above M RS E V WIGGI f inquire of I hare a lot of No Bucks for sale Southdown - JOHN F WAGERS THE CLIMAX CH TIPTON UIEU - - Editor BY IVEKV WEDXBSHAV fhfl Zlimax Printing WmG White 1 Chas S Co Powell E IBS YEAR 150 1890 VesC3day - - October 29 L Democratic Ticket UY Sowaabar 4th Tueadav I you must V day for you to irv in price unÂ¬ til DeoMcmtk 1 ii GongieaaBian rill 1 f r Tuee-- it pp - tfcCrca i It may 1 1m- ill of rilits ention a few ir WW u 12 i a vote against Read bossism It is a him in his dirty work and finally on the vote against exorbitant taxation It is a y of the session the conviction and vote against wrong and oppression In the Republican Postmaster sure and go and insist on your neigh of the House for dishonesty md friends going The sjHaker next review ed the legislation of the session which he said w as of McCUEAKV ATNRIKlLASVILLE such a serious character that it was not even to lx spoken of lightly affecting as The Nicholasville Journal says Hon it did the liberty of I 1 McCrearv our jiast and future ty of the States and person the sovereign the prosperity of the Congressman found a goodly audience country and he declared furthermore of representative citizens to greet him at that it was aot the purpose of this legislat Tuesday the court He has tion to benefit the Republic hut the Re Â¬ frequently efota addressed the people publican jiarty and to jterpetuate it in of this county and always pleased and dower in proof of which he cited the fol instructed his audienc hut his ipeeeh of lowing facts Wyomingand Idaho both last Tuesday was universally conceded strongly Republican were admitted into to lie the a elivered in the Union though neither hal attained immunity IrohaMy liis theme the conditions hitherto requisite to stati was more insjiiring and the political md the same privilege was denied crisis more momentous hut there is no to Arizona and New Mexico though lMh Mr McCrearv - one of i that more than fulfilled the conditions becaase public men whose lieaaexpaad they were Democratic The next step in Blinds strength viith experienoi the programme tor the benefit of the Re aaarpea by association and at- Â¬ publican party and its proteges the montrition and whose faculty continues to ied men of the East was the practical dep and progress as time and cir monetizing of silver and he proceeded to cumstances roju ire Baaae men start off show that under the policy of Republican at their Kst They get hi iar and no rule the currency of the country had con e promise of farther Other- tracted from S2 each for every man growth and roL ibeeOBM stunt woman and child in the United States in ed and dwarfed With McCreary it is 1870 tota each in 1890 in order that by t He did not attempt ahiill- - reducing the medium the purchasing taken and power of money might Ih increased art hut he As paaaed many who cavorted to th front a result of this policy he pointed to the at the outsit His friends do not claim recent threatened panic in New York and for him SBMM hut he possesses what is the efforts of the Secretary of the Treasu- Â¬ far more desirable talent and tnet with ry to relieve it by redeeming government perseverance un energy indomitable and it a premium of 85 per cent moral and physical courage paying interest for twelve months in ad Â¬ though never ostentatious vance a proceeding which cost the tax McCrearv has never yet heen called to a payers ad only relieved the sil i civil or military that he did market in the money centers without afÂ¬ not fill with credit to himself and entire fecting the y existing all over ction to his friends He has hon- the country ery draft apoa his resources Then in natural sequence the speaker mental moral or patriotic and always took ap the tariff bill The Republican will When McCrearv first becaase platform had promised to correct the in known to our people he was a politician eiiualitks in the tariff and reduce the surnow he is emphatically a statesman plus How be a ked have they fulfilled of last Monday convinced that promise The surplus had certainly every one of this fact been reduced it had in fact disappeared is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -1 culates that an acre of them would have made him about 1000 Pari Newt Col S B Erwin of Bowling Green President of the Farmers Alliance and Laborers Union of Kentucky says the oigauizatiou has not less than 80000 There are over meuiDers in Kentucky With the 24OO subordinate associations exception in fact of some 15 counties the larger portion leing the bluegrass region every county in the State is organized and the organizations are growing Juunml With the ink hardly dry on the McKin ley bill prices on hundreds of articles of - ty have risen from 10 to 50 per cent but you hear no talk of an increase of wages to meet this additional cost of living nor has a cent been added to the price of a bushel of corn wheat or oats The Republican farmers and mechanics take note of these things and do not fail to remember that the Republican Con i this law iari X Winchester Court J ARamsey Auc- Â¬ tioneer reports 1200 to 1500 cattle on the market The following public Bales were T extra feeders 1300 lbs made 2good feeders LjXJQ lbs i321 9 light 17 medium feeders feeders 1050 So10 1100 lha S3 22 medium feeders 1000 tSt 12 medium feeders 1000 lbs fjt75 24 ii light jiiain 1000 11 medium 1000 lbs 346 Cattle slightly lower than last court Many left over Â¬ Â¬ SEE OUR LINE OF FALL X3 cafes WINTER BEONYOOifPs m Â¬ Â¬ - LOOK AT OUR OVERCOATS B I fei Both the method and results whei Syrup of Fig3 is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tern effectually dispels colds bead acies and fevers IM cures habitual constipation Iht Syrup of Figi only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the Btonmch prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the Diet healthy and agreeable aabstaoces it many excellent qualities commend i to all and have made it the raoui popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who l may not have it on hand will pro E W Lee bought of J Sam Owsley of cure it promptly for any one who Lincoln 9 head of Io50 pound export wishes to try itr Do not accept any cattle to go from November 1 to 20 at 4 substitute head of Robert McAlister 1st to els CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 30th of Noreakber at 4 eta The lot avSAN FRANC1SS0 CAL LOUISVILLE KY NOW YOIIX Nf eraged imiO 15 head of 1660 piwnwhsi of John Reid at 4 cts of Alex Robinson 1 Â¬ OIVEJ ENJOYS Cbefore You Buy COVINGTON LOTHING 1 30- - you make up your mind to purchase your Fall and WIIEN Clothing Furnishing Goods Underwear Ilats Caps Etc and get only the best your ainouut of money will buy To get the best for the least money thsre is only one place Jor you to go and that is to the old and reliable house of COVINGTON MITCHELL the largest Retail Clothiers in Central Kentucky They keep in stock everything that is new and stylish and you can not ask for anything in the way of gentlemen or boys wearing apThe fall has been a little backparel but what they have it in stock ward it is true but it will be a long time before we have sweet April showers and we advise one and all to prepare tor the long cold winWe do not ter that every one the goose bone included predicts advertise o sell Clothing at less than cost nor do we advertise to sell goods cheaper than our competitors can buy them but we do adver You want tise to sell them as low as any one quality considered first class well made Clothing and we want your trade so give us a call inspect our magnificent stock learn our prices and we are confident tha you will not go away without being convinced that we advertise the truth Talk is cheap but low prices and honest square treatment wins every time Dont forget that we have the largest and best selected stock ever in Richmond Â¬ Â¬ f V x Â¬ EXHAl ST10N OF ulK AUAULE LANDS iff hill rv Balllmore Sun Go to the Au analysis of the report of the Public a man Lead Commission of lssO Ly Mr C I be found interesting who imagine we have in oujlit last fety valve for theex- our public tension of population for many y iffjiUt The report of the Lead Cobubjb- y tariff lome is to have baCB strangely overlooked when analysed shows that iifz for public arable leads aaocca 15 cents Boaaaed to one baa tariti hundred thoaaaad r tlii- They were distributed as follows land in Nortb- - Southern St arid sinter capable of being irrigated 17000000 lands acres Kinlry in the Indian Territory and 28000000 of tit tact surrendered railway grants and military iking a grand total 100 a careful NOO00 Mr Davis states that more than GO S V arable lands have upied into use This y tiiat and largely brought of to an avail 30- Hat tot ray school is in re- - and State land- - part of which are wholly unfit for cultivation and A T V f undeveloped arable lands now titing parts of farms or unoccupied The iwned by individuals Counting all these sources we have in sni a lo sihle total of 100000000 acres each Mr in this exhibit that all the laturc public land adapted to cultiva- Â¬ letter farorinj Mr lilakcv tion will be taken up by our inert population before t century and that the other arable lands owned by individuals and railroad corporations will BOt be BMte cattle adequate to supply the demand of your io of oj ulation that the cen MrKin- will give us He addf lr axt- that Amer t knife wotild feed the world ior Mc- - hut a certain examination of its further the I ill ipment Is ieof affairs I shows plainly that A SIWESTIUS in TJIt PRESIDENT is century the population and the inevitable maty e arable soils will i exliau tate aaeof imely the adop- part of t ass of the I adard of living aftflBHRt-tthat as Le ksin s to revisit or the thoroogb modes he is of culture It a probable that Mr there inanoffi- Dark may have taken an extremely pes- Â¬ simistic view of the subject It is never- true from the official rULFtttS Hi MiK AI HOME Jiveu that we are apptoaehu Fe ban Hon Don time when the public lands open isniisr- - iciMral ami tleuient will 1h- exhausted and the oat Aesterii lands now owned by insti ivitin tutioiis corporations and individuals be Montana thio sought after and that finally there will a demand for the vacant unused lit lie and partialh exhausted lands of ti and addi reaanaal listrict Atlantic S girted hiui ky who 1 -v -1 entirely not however as the Democrats proooaed by a reduction of taxation but by recUeas appropriations of the public funds He quoted from the speech of Senator Allison Chairman of the Finance Committee to show that the total appro- Â¬ priations at the n of Congress had been 1608000000 acai in the last year of Mr Clevelands administration an increase in the expeat 00 in one rernment year How had they corrected the inequali the tariff By increasing the duty on 12 out of the 14 great schedules e that effecting spirits and wines w unchanged and the other sugar put in the free li t Taxes on woolen goods was increased 15400000 per year on iron and metal ll4t2000 on flax and linen 000 on tin plate not a pound of which was manufactured in this counle the duty now try o existing and so on through all the articles entering into our daily necessities The average tariff rate had been increased from 4ii per rent during the war to more than iK kt icut BOW a rate higher than it had ever Ken in the United States and than that maintained by any coun- Â¬ try in the world Mr McCreary then proceeded to show how this tariti discriminated against the farmer bow by reasoa of it aU the aaar- the world were dosing against him how tle prices of his products Were decreasing in value aa the price of the things he niu t purchase were increasing He denoui unconstitutional the bounty bestowing on the sugar planters of Louisiana Kansas and a few other sec in distinction siim of from the overwhelming number of farmers growing wheat corn rye oats etc Mr McCreary said there were BOW three great issues before the country 1st the reckless expenditures of the last Con 2nd the colossal curse the McKin ley tariff bill and Ord the Force bill This latter he characterized as the most arro gant desperate and dangerous bill ever oed in a free government If it should be passed and it was certain to be if the Republicans secured the ne be said we need hold no more elec tions Under H the Republican officials would be authorised to hold the election count the vote certify it to a board of Re publican canvassers who should then de termine who under all the circumstances wits duly elected The nprasTT continued it length citing many interesting facts and using indisimtabie argument in supiMirt of his assertions which we are aBihbi B reproduce here His speech greatly aroused his hearers and it to say that every man of them will be at the pills on Tuesday Novemlier the 4th his vote tor la- - 15 McCreary He siHjke yesterday at Mt Ivleu 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ head of Impounders at 4 cts 9 of Leander Davidson 1550 pounders 32 of C M Jones at S4IV3 per hundred to go 1st to the 29th of December Every head of these cattle will tip the scale above 1600 LmmeamU r BbnnL juite a number of mule colts changed hands yesterday at from 60 to 0 Ike Dunn bought of J T Hackley Monday K W Lee IS mule colts at Soo per head sold 100 stock wethers to Porter C San- didge at about 340 per hunred Jerry Owens sold Saturday to Allen of Lincoln 17 head of 1100 pound feeders for 3 cents per pound E WLee sold to Daniel 400 slop cattle at about 240 per hundred They go to the McBrayer DisW J DeBaaa bought of Jerry tillery Tewmey six 232 pound hogs at and Id 100 head to be delivered 1st to Sth of December at 4c F1 1 Pendle ton shipped Monday to Bristol Tenn 1 head of fine road horses that were bought here and in Lexingtoa They averaged about 300 per bead HaBnlr dabeeafc 21 Â¬ Â¬ j E IM UNIVERSITY KY wiraifflBL Southside MITCHELL Clothiers and Furnishers Main Before Tou Buy Street near Hotel Glyndon C0MT0I MITCHELL RICHMOND NEXT SESSION OPENS Wednesday Sept 10 1890 TEHEE COLLEGES FINE CLOTHING Yon need a new snit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat Â¬ partments Clarssical B of Fourteen Study De Â¬ Scientific and Letters Courses Leading to Bachelor B A B S and L and Master M A M S and M L Degrees Abo Commercial and Elective Courses A full faculty of able and experienced men each a specialist in his department Attendance last session 326 from 25 State- - and Territories More than 100000 New Gymnasium added to the endowment last year Expenses moderate 240 for 175 to tuition board washing and servants attention I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received mv FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest stvles and best goods andI am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES w v w t h all sizes qualities and prices Try a pair ot I5K1L1S UKJLjU BKATUD SHOES 1 can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices of 4 m There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors prononnced it a local and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitu- Â¬ tional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doae from 10 drops to a teaspoonlul It acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send ior circulars and testimonials Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT Principal and two assistants give undivided attention to the thorough instruction and discipline ot pupils The new Gvinnisium contains a large study hall seated with single desks convenient recitation rooms and all the equipment of a tir t class training school Careful attention given to physical Students have access to the training gymnasium and go through daily drills under the direction of a Protestor Oratorical drill throughout the year For further particulars or catalogue apply to L H BLANTON Chancellor R L M A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Prof Pulli am Dyf JDUULO TJq XXdtOa onrl CtllLL Hats ClViriac KJilUUO trmrm Winter is coming and nothing is more neees sary than a good pair of Boots or Shoes I have w W a ara W w w a 4 ara - m a w - - VJUUUb J UI lllblllllg fi chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders TrirlPYtX7Pny Snt olllv JLjIv JLj 1 1 Shirts from the cheapest up Collars and Cuffs in abundance Neckwear HandkerÂ¬ CAMTAGlSi medium heavy plain fancy cotton woolen Addrt F J Cheney ft Co Sold by Druggists 70 Toledo O 16 20 fare In bOV MrCKEAltYS SPEECH law dkx-lin-- l all in iiky v He will uut jiroceed k it t He Reviews the Scandals and Legislation of tbe Last Session iliyville Sentinel Monday was court day j Â¬ NAY liKHTHLU How li m from Iiilianaj- around nlft ring a wonderful an ad m hit at the ir conteiiiporarii to know if they lizon from the hanks v i of came near ha in i and I down lid understand that of advertising Beaideatbat we hoi lapida ltack old h meat three t IFa iar half a dzarias ao great nnmh Meada onary for tin- clianees far as the hrokendiackdiorse tan its concerned they will continue to e - CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION NEXT TIES b egular Nveml- for unan will Ik- held on next Tues- vemher 1th It if important It Jiolls tiier our candidate ry u anar muni the ouht ton no ves hear- 11 a heavy Demo tacaanha- misrule At ndidate an hao no anaoaaced Ite licaa oppoaeut hut it bprob reK and ime will he put ou ming Governor reary baa made a model man He has made an en man in Commws worked hard he hi constituents or the principles tia party Go to th next day and vote for A for him is a vote against tf- M tariff oppreaakta It is a vote against the ponaioB devastation It is a -atiaw force bilL It - and the an nouncement that Hon Jas 15 McC reary would that day address his constituents and render an account of his Bamardehip brought an unusually large crowd to town When the appointed hour arrived C room was well filled and the crowd grew larger every moment during the two hours the speaker devoted to his subject ami listened tohaaao attentively emed so eager for information on ues now occupying the public mind that it was a matter of gem nil omment iov McCreary began bis address with i his appreciaton of a happy ex the honor conferred on him and his iai indebtedll ss to the people of Shel by for their warm support Then with the broad general assertion that the country was passing through such npariaaead hut puce before and that during the Civil war a crisis in which the monopolists and monied daaaas were arraying on one side against the masses in the struggle which meant the death of either the Democratic or lie publican party he entered ujxm the dis Â¬ cussion of his subject proper First he n the recent session of Congress which be riied as a v of errors and a very carnival of scandals which he enumerated as follows 1st The scandal in the Pension bureau which missal ml The organization of the House the Czar and He pit Reed at its and his abitrpry and revolutionary rulings grd The disgusting ing scenes on ti vn party came to blows d to flee in shame dleries because of the iguage used all of which was passed over without a word of reprimand 4th the Chairman of the Republican National Committee and a Senator from Pennsylvania by a in hio as a branded i unlawful expul- sioa of legally elected Democratic mem bers at uajority i 000 without an iota of proof tith Reeds attempt to coerce tbe Democrats to assist Â¬ Â¬ --Â¬ The colored people of Scott county NEW BUGGIES Seem to be reckless of each others lives NEW PHJET0NS as evidenced by the appeaded from the Georgetown Times Sam Benton and NEW CARRIAGES Will Johnson two colored boya were NEW SURRIES out hunting Saturday when the latter stumbled and fell His gun WM dis NEW SULKIES charged the contents striking Benton and tilling his legs w ith shot Jim Jack son colored was teasing Jim Bradford a My new and of the half witted fellow alxmt not knowing very vehicles are allThey are for sale latest patterns how to shoot when the latter fired at on the most reasonable terms If yon Jackson with an old musket the ball want a vehicle come and see uie and striking him in the side and arm inflict- Â¬ you wont go home without one 5- JOHN DONELSON ing a serious wound Matt Scott the colored boy who shot Bettie Smith col Â¬ ored was tried before Judge Bates OB Friday morning and lined ten dollars and sentenced to the county jail for ten days Scott and the woman were en gaged in a friendly scuflle when he pointed a pistol at her and not knowing l have a few lots on Fifth Street it was loaded pulled the trigger ready for sale These lots are beauti fully located on high and gently roll- Â¬ Louisville Tobacco Market ing ground and ore considered by ev By jluver Durrelt Louisville lobacco erytMiJv as being the best located ot any in the city for residences Ware House Persons who wish to build nice houses Sales on our market for the week just will do well lo examine these lots I closed amount to 2276 hhds with receipts will only place a few ou the market at I have a plot of the ground for the same period of 658 hhds Sales present on our market since January 1st amount at Dr Poyntza office to 126993 hhds CONCERNING FARMERS 7- T S BRONSTON- Our market has shown rather more anithis week on the common and meIn Clark county 33 1000 pound cattle mationgrades of burley tobacco but there dium Ear 4 cents has been no quotable advance The following quotations fairly repreD H Hampton of Clark hits sold his sent our market for burley tobacco premium Jack Baa Davis for Si 450 I HAVE MOVED MY Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 to 350 T 15 Haekett has bought of Waj Colory Trash 400 to Soo cattle 1100 pounds at Si2 and Common Lugs not colory 3 30 to 500 S3 Colory Lugs 3 00 to 14 00 to my new building on Third Street Common Leaf 7 00 to 900 where I have eyery facility for doing the Col Tho6 Johnson purchased Monday Medium to Good Leaf JJoo to 1600 best of work more rapidly than ever be15 mare mules from 100 to 130 per head Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 2500 fore Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 3300 Ml Sit Him Democrat Will be pleased to see all my old patrons and many new ones W H Harber as agent for the heirs of LIVE STOCK MARKET EEPOET Henry Pearler will sell the land near JpfFRemember I have moved to Third By GHMKXU KMlittY Street bet Irvine and North Streets Booaeafaoroagb oa November 9th Li p Stock Commission Mei chants at Cluclu uatl Uuiou Stock YitrdsauU Covluglou 11- S L MIDKIFF M mpins sale At Mrs Kin Stock Yards near Kingston Saturday acres of corn in Cincinnati Ohio Oct 27 1800 the aback sold to J W bales at S210 Â¬ Â¬ W A GRAND -- l I3 OWELL MoBLees Corner FEAST OF BARGAINS Having determined to change our business January 1st City Lois fof Sale Â¬ Everything in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost I EVERY te ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN Â¬ REMOVAL Blacksmith Shop Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Underwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole Â¬ Crooke Bennett August 27th 1890 Urmston Â¬ i ler barrel The Hazel Green Fair took in SW0 de Â¬ clared net earning of 300 and paid a div- Â¬ idend of 24 ier cent on sPck of 1250 All directors paid entrance fai Wm Gi ro burn at Shaw- hans in Bourlton county burned Friday with 27 hogsheads of tobacco and J2INI bushels of wheat LoasfUMM insured Woodford county owen have joined tbe opposition movement of the tobacco sections against the pn rn Tobacco Warehouse Compa Â¬ ny Some new corn is being delivered at S2 er barrel Hemp seed is quoted and clover seed at 350 per bushel The till remains firm at 96 wheat i We 1220 bush John Cowan sold price Corn cutting is in full blast here and some little has I ThLed will be above an average in this county M - SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra 3 8o Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 4 00 3 75 3 90 2 oo 2 75 3 2514 3 40 2 75 3 00 1 2 25 75 POSTED BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra Fait to Good Extri Fat Steers- Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen 3 601 3 25 3 o 3 oo 6oici 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 oo All persons are hereby warned against hunting fishing rideing or otherwise trespassing on our lands in Madison county The law will be enforced against all offenders R P Powell Jonah Parke Al jertus Parke John Tipton Wm Woolery 75 Lizzie Kerbv Ed liaxter Martha Powell 5 Si Baxter 40 John F Thomas Wm Brumback 25 W W Brookshirc Raymond Shearer 00 W A Lanter E J Powell 50 Wm Reeves 75 Harvey Lanter Jack Eads 25 i Â¬ FREEMAN more than half a century the name of Freeman has FOR before Ihe public Dont you recollect that your used to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to fit his Now Freeman continues pocket book and his ideas of value He also has a first class line of to make boots and shoes CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES in stock aud can fit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Iloutons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where 19- fW Call at No 2 First Street P- - M POPE lOR Â¬ HEADQUARTERS Ail Kinds of Hardware T 1 20 BULLS Best Shipping Best Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steer Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin blockers J 2 25 2 1 A G WILLIAMSON io 2 4O -s 1 1 CITY BMG1KKB 1 7s 50 90 75 Civil Engineer and Surveyor Coal Vases STOVES OF sw- - FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 3 25 3 1 ooc 75 3 40 3 25 2 2 Surveys made for Railway Tnrn pikfs Road way a KathmtM ajvee fas Farm drainage Town Lots laid off Line- - retraced Special attention given to topographical maps and plats of IN BOOK KEEPING SHORT HAND TYPE WRITING PENMANSHIP THOROUGH INSTRUCTION COWS AND CALVES Correspond Â¬ BtfBM and other lands AT THE BRYANT ft STRATTOII BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST ETC TELEGRAPHY ETC ence solicited with parties interested KY CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE CATALOGUE FREE Best Grades Frank Boyds large stink and ti 40 00545 00 in surveys of lands in mountain coun Â¬ Fair to Good 25 ooi 3S 00 ties of Kentucky barn Bourbon county burned M 12 00320 00 Common y ing t went nsof ha Office City Hall Richmond Ky ISest Veal Calves 5 501 9- ne hundred Fair to Good thousand pounds of t 5 00c 2 oo bushels of corn and all his fanning imple Common and Heavy Tbe tire was caused by sponta Has opened her Store on East Main HOGS Debtn due McKfe 4 Traynor for Main Street with a full line of lion neoui the ervjcex of si al limit serving mures Butchers 4 151V in 1887 1883 18S9 and 1890 miwt be J J lkiker the market gardner raised Select Good Packers Fair to 3 85 4 00 paid to Owen KcKee All mares a new variety of squash from a single Good to Extra Lights All persons indebted to the late drug 3 903 4 00 firm of Stockton Si Willis are notified Has a competent City Trimmer in farmed In 1889 by McKee t Traynor - xtv feet 2 50 be vine of whi in Light Pigs 3 55 that they must pay up on or before the 3rd charge and is preDared to furnish the having colta living at weaning time length after having been topped eight will paid for by Owen McKe SPRING LAMBS day of November or suit will be brought ladies with goods at moderate prices times lie gathered 43 fine large squashes JpaySame old stand opposite Second owner f tbe colta April 11 1890 J B Willis 44-S 4 S 5 iS at irom it valued at 10 cents each He cal- - Extra OWEN McKEE Piesbvterian Church Tiustee of G W Willis 19 20 2 25 50 00 GENERAL LAND SURVEYS JuUmSJ TINWARE EVERY -- DESCRIPTION Mrs LeiManpin Important ITotice ITotice to Bettors GUNS AND AMMUNITION CALL AND SEE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE ELEGANT MILLINERY Leetare Coarse Clark and Dr Blanton have ar for a course of five lectures lo be elscsiay - - October 29 1680 delivered in Richmond beghvah vember 15th for the benefit of the valot t lay Southern Monumental Association The wanted See local proceeds will nil haiii bill ah to build a Confederate monument at l cuisviio The first lec- Â¬ See al lrw- grayed or stolen ture will be delivered by Samuel Phelps Irvd and fifty town lots to be Leland second by George It vTendling i n third by T Ik Witt Miller fourth bv Prof tell v d and fifth by Dr Headly This sale of lots iu the Dilling- Prof 1 - THE CLIMAX John I Kentucky Central Kailroad living at No 131 John street Cincinnati was instantly kilted at Cynthiana Sun lay morning Shortly after 4 oclock be eaaght his foot ha the frog of a s riith aad wa Mi over by his train and blatantly killed In his Bate effcrtato liberate himself he baa almost torn the sole from his foot He leaves a wife and three children -- Conductor Killed C Edmonson a conductor on tho an iv of talent uill li- - i Pari Sum unusually large nuiuiKr of ison Ir V par- - The subjects will be announced in due The New Jarnett House Â¬ For some time di te The old Ganieti Hoaae baa been thoroughly nnd entirely rriaaan ill lail r01air raoting a cl repainted retitted and refurnished Itdoees to day nnd will be iwajaaed aanetd Mowday for rtfaaer caait da OoL John Hen- red accused of tak of lanraater is the new pro- ut on r and is an experienced hotel man His viig iK a nltivo M V rs boujrlit the Bad has raaay relatives aad friends in - near Y the town and county The moms will not be ready but pa ring rooms Hdhaa will lusve a should call at the hotel office end peawl jtrojivrty Nov The New Garaeti Hoaae makes a handsome three story building and will ivh ni r V Fotd tumjike it receive a liberal abate ai patronage D in a few days Five Foyenes iv h coon dropped into town imp fell in bM week and on Saturday fatfjad the mm on fire name of Mr C BL Pigg a young grocer of this place to five checks auKmnting to 40 or 50 One of these he worked jK rsons who llnir Ux s that per on Covington fc Mitchell clothiers re Â¬ ceiving some gooda and the balance in will lc I money Another he put on M B Ar buckle A Co shoe dealers - shipped on Mnnlay Still anoth Â¬ to thai weighed er on the Second National Bank or OB cost them 3 to some one who placed it there M Pi at heimer di took charge of one The negro was arrested and gave his Miller 2nd door from mime as K B Anderson of Williams- Â¬ to the pub- burg In his pocket was found a letter furniture c arjtt layer from his mother stating that he a ail cased of kraery at that peace bat that v Miuhell clothiers ask she would get the money and pay the rusal of tiieir remarks elsewhere amount provided he would keep out ol - Climax and it is worth your farther mischief His bail is fixed at to do 1000 11 Marshall Buford of Lexington late CemiBg Aartioneer Uiiiwui tmu Court is in Under the above head the Lexington aken to the College Traneri ipt apeeka as follows of a young itarium man wlio lived in Kichmond when a boy niwsiooer J I Kurmun m The combination sale of eD B Tipton home place ard last week demonstrated W T Wood the fact that Mr Jac Mr ii o A Iiaiu the talented sou of the Tom Ferrill auctioneer world renowned temjierauce lecturer firm is ChenauH Hon Gea W Bain would BOOH take Co in the hiposition along side of the leading auc tn New dariHH House tioneers of this country He ia young in by J H bat experienced ia the various JS Hawaii hcnault is in charge anl branches of his business Be under- boa to talk hoaae as well as most rrill rvirfrts H B tadde any of flu old auctioneers and his work last week pleased Mr Woodard so well l crowd ai that lie contracted with him to make his Bale amounted to February Bale The large Bomber of buynight by Tbo ers at the Bale last week were loud in Hugs hri night 4H jiair mules their praise of Mr Bains faithful and efni in the field shacked 185 ficient work He hits the confidence of OB iiirth Avenue should the public and will be sun- to succeed 1 bacjrj in t A Postal Card Kiles Him turn ruuml bat turned over into the college groo ai There was a singular case brought lie lore the buggy to pieces and fore Commissioner Crail this morning mildly oat the opposite gate to the dan- - This was an application for the arrest of pedeetriaaa and ot J B Willis poataaaater of Kichmond Died near Flat Both oa October 14th oa a charge of violating the postal laws The accused is a trustee of W Willis lia Brown wee f Maiyland The itinera took and recently has sent out jiostal OBfda HTedneeday conducted by Eld demanding payment of the debtors of 11and borial at the Lettoa the firm of Btocktoa ft Willis One of luns was sent to t K K Barlow I hiring his remarks Kid ml - iid thai ti had lived of tliis city Dr Barlow upon receiving uooajh to eee every Preaideal from the notice which warned him to pay iLtnn to the present day but Bad avoid cost immediately applied for e did or a not say a warrant for the arrest of PoetJ Willis Under a recent decision this would appear to be a criminal violation Killed 20th of the law Virginia negro was Dr Barlow is a former resident of lay night in Itichmond and Kichmond Hi to be the only it Maopia colored is one of an vera hundred towboaathe Kiting but ec printed cards were sent who took ex py is in jail charged with be ceptions to that manner of dunning The The use of the warrant will probably n ry led - to unknown le The Willis Divorre Case Fell Six IVr lent la The Amount The divorce suit of Mrs Nannette r Novei the Sheriff wiD Harris Willis which was filed in the n paid on local court here some time ago with that day This doeB not mean simply some rather sensational char e amount for whatever Gerald WWillis in her petition lor a time it may run but full 6 jcr cent on divorce has been dismissed settled the matter whether it lie B persons are well known both belonging a v eck or a mouth ll you owe 10 to families famous in Kentucky and next they are now living happily together The this week it will wife reached the conclusion that she was undulv inllaenced by prejudiced mem Badly led Dp bers of her family it is now stated and In the Nicholasville Journals aha also admits ft is said that the petiJilniiliiiiiil itrina the following aj by her under duress and Ixlic son of Robt Teatcrs tion was asignedknowledge of its contents full without Chapel was goii living K Letekar htm iKught a rolunni 10 if 1 lias been working on a scheme to o the German American National and Mercantile Banks of Kansas City He has finally succeeded nnd to morrow thp two will unite under the name of the Me tropolitan National Batik Mr Hocker will be president and the institution starts out with about 400000 deposits from the old banks and some TOOaccoants The capital stock will not be less than 500000 nor more than 1000000 The new bank is bound to be a success back-Â¬ ed as it is by the good will of the old ones and managed by men who have made the banking business pay handsomely When Mr Hocker was here bat summer he let a few of his friends into the scheme and soon had 70000 subscribed iu Stanford alone This large sum was transmitted this week the Farmers bank and Trust Company sending 1lKK1 of it for its patrons and the First National the rest ur people are great oa bank stock as an investment and it v that there are more of such securities held ia Stanford than any other place four times its size Stanford Journal Â¬ Â¬ Money lone West peat Mr B W Hooker i Â¬ I Â¬ Tobacco Growers Convention The Tobacco Growers of Madison coun tv in convention heldiii the Court House at Kichmond Ky organized by the elec tion of John D Harris as chairman and J P Simmons secretvry and passed the following resolutions Thereat We the Farmers of Madison county feeling that our interest b almost every thing connected with our industry en cornered and made subservient to combinations anil BUOOpolies view with apprehension aad alarm the sale of all the tobacco warehouses of Louisville and Cincinnati to one firm of foreign capitalists Therefore aVaahai That we approve the call for a meeting of the Tobacco Growers1 of the state to be held in the dty of Lexington Ky on the 2nd Wednesday in November and appoint as delegates to that con vention the follow ing gentlemen to rep Â¬ T resent our interests Car Campbell Thomas Ross J I Harris T J Million J P Simmons Ed Corneli Benson N B Coy T S Burnam H nett C C Chriaman Algin Ilisle II Clay Jones That the CilMwand Regis ter lie requested to publish the pn inga of this meeting The Convention then adjourned J I H tears Chairman J P Simmons Secretary Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ roodate even a small portion of the many who crowded about it long before the i uoors were opened The funeral proces- Â¬ sion w as headed by the officiating clergymen who led the way up the centre aisle followed by the pall bearers bearing the iiitaining the remains In minutes the family entered w ith Chief Justice Fuller and wife Justice Brewer Attorney General Miller relatives and some friends of the family Then came members of the supreme Court and the various bar delegations There were many handsome floral trib- Â¬ utes in addition to those that accompa Â¬ nied the remains from Washington After the services at the church the casket wits removed and deposited in the funeral car and the milage moved toward Oak land Cemetery where the interment Wat made in the family tomb The funeral college was the most imposing demon stration ever seen here It WM headed by a band Then came Co A First Regiment I N G irand Army Posts Bona ot Veterans camps school officers and children the Mayor and City Council in carriages local committees in carriages the honorary pall bearers in carriages the funeral car containing the remains drawn by four black horses the family Federal and state officers and invited guests members of the bar local State and circuit physicians and students of the medical college- - here lodges of Ma sons and Other societies fire department citizens on fwt and citizens in carriages At the cemeterv the services were of the A short burial sersimplest description vice was spoken by Rev llas sall a benediction pronounced and then amid the falling tears of the family relatives and friends the casket containining the re Â¬ mains of one of Americas most famous was lowered into the grave and forever bidden from view Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ down it down Also lie had to help to butcher 2 mas Respectful Yuere His Pap Pari S A Paris minister is accused of saying in the course of a law desultory remarks Nearly every member of this church is o although either wealthy or no one would think so from an inspec- Â¬ tion of the collection plates w hi h are hardened principally with nickles I would remind you brethren that the collection date is not a machine and that a few bills would come in very handy in the work of the church The Constitutional Convention after of toil has brought forth this We preamble for the Bill of Rights the people of the Commonwealth of kv grateful to the Almighty God for the civil political and religious liber- Â¬ ty which we enjoy in order to secure to ourselves and to succeeding generations do or the continuance of these dain and establish this Constitution ma to as that any school boy could have done as well in less time We say boy advisedly for if there were more than one they would have to debate the question for a couple of months The festive old widower editor of the Nicholasviile Journal has never asked s subscriber or other patron for money being satisfied with what came in as that was sufficient to pay expenses Bat last week he sent out duns to all who owe him giving as his reason we want a trotting hone let it cost what it may He adds It is impossible to live without one and command that respect and affection from our neighbors which every editor should possess We suggest that eare a big gray mule like the one with which we used to tackle the boys all the way along the line from Richmond to St Louis well-to-dnickle-in-the-slot Â¬ WANTED to Danville in 28 years He lias not been in Louisville since the battle of Second hand Bestu er Wash Stand Perryville and never was in Cincinnati Mr Bradley lives on his farm fourteen with drawers Appir al mis offlcs it miles from Danville and sticks closely to Follow the crowd to F Weckesser Co it Advocate Court Day Attractions 1 INTERESTING TO EVERYBODY Elias Webb one of the Crabtree gang of counterfeiters who was Beat to the penitentiary for six years in 1884 seems to be again In for it He was arrested several days ao neir bis old haunts around Shelby City and is nTW before the U S court in Louisville The de- Â¬ tectives claim tc have to have him dead to rights for another term Stanford Skeop For Sale have 3300 sheep for sale 1000 select ewes I 10- - including H lb Colyer rfiUSOXAL Mr T B McCauley of Louisville was here this v Mrs Fsom Borgia Jr of White Hall is seriouslv sick Mr J J Brooks and wife have taken rooms at the ilyndon Mr David Noble of this county has SjOne to Macon county 111 Mrs C K Doty will remove to Betha Â¬ ny W Ya to educate her children Mr C L Linney Manager of Linnietta Springs Boyle county is visiting in the city Miss Julia McCarthy of Paris is visiting Miss Ella ONeil on Orchard street Mr Thomas Hughes of Lexington formerly of this place visited here the past week Mrs T W Davis of Campbellsville is HORSE NOTES Mr F B Harper the noted Woodford county horseman will sell all of his horses and retire from the turf A S Ashbrook of Cynthiana sold to W II Wilson same place a bay filly by Sultan dam Sugar Lumps Price 400 T Karl Ashbrook sold to W H Davis of Washington Pa a bay mare llderim by Happy Medium dam by Almont for 1 SI 200 1 i 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ near Huns Funeral of Justice Miller than this Fanes Sold A Keokuk Iowa dispatch to the WashJudge Faubus was aboot 70 yean eld Auctioneer Bush reports sale of the and one of the most prominent men of ington Herald thus dueuibea the funeral mnty He occasionally came to of the late Associate Justice of the Su land of Mrs Susan J Kmbry dco Kichmond on business and was a valued preme Court of the Lnited States Samuel near Waco on the 2ird The F Miller a native of Kichmond sold fr PW or aUmt lt40n r acre subscrilier to The Climax Lvaawa J Hume Kmbrv and Kit Parks Keokuk Iowa Oct IS A special car Thirty Years Behind oclock this morning left this city at were the Baawfaaa conveying a committee of citizens who Also on the ffith the land of Mrs Fndcr the head of A New Invention Mr crate the Lexington Gazette has the following went to Burlington to meet the family King Maupin oweeaaaa Maupin purelias l the 100 acre for item Mr Milton Barlow of Kichmond and friends accompanying the remains of Kentucky has with the aid of his son the late Justice Miiler and to act as aa es4510 or 4510 per acta a miniature plan- - cort to the body to this city i vented a planetarium The funeral Com Pleas Coart Â¬ Â¬ i mill oa Paint Lick the mule be was Mrs Willis arrived in Kichmond Fririding beeaaae bhjhtened at something day evening and is now at the Glyndon threw him oti and then juinied on liim always be- Â¬ and pawed him in the face knocking out with her husband We have lieved that her mind was poisoned by de four el his teeth leaving him almost life- signing persons and that sooner or later The she would discover the imposition 1 0 ti T numerous friends of the couple congratu Â¬ BriatoB McClelland Hale late them Mr Grand Mar of Richmond wa Judge Faubus Dead the irand at the recent meeting Deatr- A letter to Tin Cum vx from Mr Jake Lodge Independent Order 1 of McKee in OBT neighboring White Depwt plars and M ml Mara T B Deaaaraa county of Jackson dated October Lrd Past Grand Chief Templar was elected says Worthy irand L Judge Isaac Jackson Faubus departed dtli Scotland this life suddenly on Saturday the ISth h meets at Kdingburgh fllmat H oclock in the morning he inst next May complained of a pain in the breast and The Temple of Fame asked if he wanted a physician On or about Tuesday Ik lore Thanks- - was no Im all right but in He answered i irt Jresoytenan nurcn ten minutes he was dead The burial will give in the court house an eutcr took place at his old home at Middle uient entitled the Temple of F Fork He leaves a arife and many friends admission H oaBBB will go to the deb is great totliem to mourn organ fund Forty or fifty char uly a kind husband but lb u will take jiart made up of coiir sod to all around liim He never turnbuiie talent It will be an entertain- Â¬ ed away those in want saying that lie ment of interest and well worth the expected his reward iu a better world price charged Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Forest Breve Winners Having fitted or show a strong line of females Col Mobcrley started out to look for an aged bull to head his herd Traveling over several States and not finding one suitable lie went to Canada and found Abbot iiburn the greatness of which his owners had not perceived The Colonel did not have to look but once to measure a COQqueror aad so be has proven He is a bull of Scotch extraction and carries a wealth of ilcsii not once seen in a lifetime In brief he won every class and sweepstake prize shown for defeating the heretofore invincible cop bearer that has for three years conquered all adversaries Their meeting at Peoria September 30th at tracted breeders hundreds of miles to wit In commenting on this ness the contest show the Breeders Gaaotte says By this decision be stands crowned as th cham- Â¬ pion aged bull of any herd Been upon American show grounds this year The two year old bull Thorndale Bose Duke was raised by the Col and a wonderful he has been He was shown at Lexington Detroit Lansing Columbus Indianaj ml is Franklin and Hamilton Ohio seven times and won six first and oond prise He is strictly of Bates breeding and is the best combination and pedigree merit and color to be found anv place The ball calf High Top is indeed rightly named for no Kentucky thoroughbred can get up more style or limsli lie is a 1 oting Mary sirct by a 6th Airdrie of Forest Grove a KSharon show bull bred at Forest Grove He also won six out of seven shows at above named fairs In looking over the cows we are first attracted by a very large broad backed cow Forest Belle th four years old and one we learn has been quite a figure in Kentucky show yards having won sweepstakes at Lex ington lor two successive years v Young Mary sired bv the Boae of Sharon show bull Minnies Duke of Sycamore d Next we come to the cow Forest Belle 13th by 2nd Dokc of Hili dale a winner last year and though not in high condition won her show of the prizes this year Bat one of the tramps of the herd is the heifer Forest Belle 15th Starting at Ixxington she won first in class and first sweep OW on the grounds On to Detroit she won first in data and first in sweepstakes against all breeds as the best She also won Brat in t Columbus Franklin and Hamilton Ohio The two calves May Belle rd and Hudson 1 taeheaaof Forest Grove were greatly admired and won several prizes but will be better known before another fair season doom Now to draw out this extra line of females and place the invincible bull Young Abbottsburn at head and you can imagine how easy it was to win the bead prizes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ three-year-oltwo-year-oÂ¬ visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S lar rish this place Mrs A T Million wentto Louisville on Monday aa a delegate to the irand Lodge Daughters of Rebecca Mr J Speed Smith Tr is at home for a short stay but will shortly go to North Carolina to remain some time Messrs C R Tudor John AHman and apt J D Feeney are in Louisville attending the Odd Fellows irand Lodge Mrs L J Fraaee attended the Barden Brinkley wedding at Lexington and is now visiting in Cynthiana and Covington Miss Florence Hood is in Cincinnati taking lessons in Kindergarten teaching and will open a school upon her return Mr Paul Nobleand Mrs W A Parrisfa and children of Decatur 111 alter a visit of five weeks in this county have re- Â¬ turned home Miss Ilallie Fowell of Blooinington 111 who has been visiting friends and relatives in this and Jessamine counties has returned much improved Mr Tom Goodrich and wife of Fayette county formerly of this county were over last week to see his mother Mrs Nancy Blake an aged lady who is dan gerously ill with cancer at her home near Kingston Mr D A Shanahan has returned from a business trip to Virginia The Shana- baaa have bought oat all others interested in the great Riehpatch iron mine recently opened and will begin shipping ore in the next few days Hon R C Hill of Reattyville was in Richmond yesterday He is the pn tentative from Kstill and Iee and Republican candidate for Congress He manifests his intention to warm up his opponent Hon Wick Kendall Mrs Sam Bennett from Richmond BB Miss Mary Warlield and her beautiful children are spending a few days with her mother Mrs Warlield and her sister Mrs Sam McChesney on North Broadway L xington TrmterifL Bogota of Mercer county Mr John President of the Bloegraaa Hedge Compa ny successors of the Dayton Hedge Co and Mr Preston H Williams Manager are taking in the county arffh their Gen eral Agent Mr T J B Turner Mr Rogers is a grandson of the Hon Abner Oldham deceased Mr H H Colyer at bis beautiful home five miles out on the Speedwell pike gave a delightful entertainment on Friday evening last to meet Miss Lena Baldwin The lawn of forest trees was lighted with numerous lanterns while the interior ot the spacious house w as illuminated with the presence of a large number of belles and beaux Rich mond furnishing a considerable num- Â¬ A bountiful ber sapper and a string band added interest to the evening Dancing formed a feature that continued until a late hour All the ladies pres ent married and single voted Mr Colyer the belt for the most gallant gentleman in the county and the men young and old seconded the motion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nelson who lowered the worlds stallion record recently lowered the record again Tuesday at Cambridge City Ind by trotting a mile in 210L Mr B 11 Neale has sold his stallion Iighthall by Vatican to Missouri parties for 3000 Also Vandal Wilkes for 900 His yearling Junelight won third money at Lexington B J Treacy has sold to Dr George IV erman Berlin Germany the bay stallion Maceys Ilambletonian by Edward Everett dam Bath by Bysdyks Ilamble- Â¬ tonian Price 10000 Ltxmgkm I Forty six thirty eight and seven have made new records in the 230 this year This includes all jierforiners of these ages whether previously OB the list or not On the fair grounds during the trots last week with one day skipped 270000 passed through the pool DOXCS of which amount the pool sellers got five percent amounting to 13500 1 It was not as great by S40 as last year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ four-year-olthree-vear-ol- Krntarkii Mr Raymond the millionaire horse man who attends the trots here even year has returned to his home in Butte Montana accompanied by Mr Wiley brastield much to the regret of a host of Kentucky friends Mr Raymond owns 12000 acres of Montana land and is still heart whole and fancy free The strange part of it is that Mr Raymond is not only handsome bat quite fond of ladies and very entertaining and they all want to know why he didnt get married Lex Â¬ ipt Mr W R Letcher this place has creÂ¬ ated a stir in horse circles having bought usational filly Bemper Fidele of C L Raillv of Versailles for 10000 Semper Fidele is by Longfewllow out of La Sylphide and won five out of the seven races in which she started this year making a record of 215 Mr Letch er has for some time oa ned the running qualities of the filly and has discovered to his immense displeasure that she was entered in the great 70000 Futurity stake that was won in 217 Mr Letch have won this year 30000 and had be known of the entry in the Futurity Stake would have made an even 100000 I hive moved my Blacksmith and Wood Shop to my two story building on Third Street and am prepared to do blacksmithing and wood work in a true 1 employ eight workmanlike manner Jbaraal Bring your work to skilled workmen Oscar Hoskins of this county was me and I will guarantee satisfrCfiorl S L MIDKIfr 11 fireman on the engine of the freight train that Was iu the collision that oc Â¬ curred on the Cinciuflatl Southern Wed Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS- nesday morning He was at his post roR CIlCCIT COURT ClEIiK with the engine when the crash came ji caiuti B O POWK1I of Bpsadwell and was thrown with ifrrific force itpte fur Circuit Court llcrk ofis Mart won cootity wnbject to the scUob of the Dimo-ruttiA the tunnel but stranee against the side BJ- party WW not severely injured Dttn Idwcate NEW ADVERTISEMENTS The Caudell brothers Robt K and John T red he dcd twins with their wivea also tw ins and red headed and a Remaining unclaimed in the Pot OflicC representative son and heir to each family at Richmond Ky week ending Oct 29 red headed of coarse were attractions at lSqo the fair during Thursday and Friday and Anderson Mattie Gentry Bettie 3 Glenn M created qui a sensation The white Askew Challie hone feature was not on the programme Bixter Annie Mrs Henry Miry Mrs Bland Bel tie J but white hotBH could been seen all Calhcm John C Roger Win HetHUL around and about Iltzit Qrtt Curry J j Stagner G M Ir 2 Alice Mr Miss Annie 11 Young left two weeks Dongel lake Walker y c ago for Trenton N J far the parpoee Evans Win Embry Jolphia Carpineila Michcle of teaching After passing a most credPot Oftice hours from 6 a m to 7 p m itable examination before the state nor- Money order and registered letter hours mal school she was assigned a position prompt 7 a m to 6 p in J B WILLIS r m Upon entering her class room she was shocked to find her pupils were a mix- Â¬ ture of whites and blacks Her exit and resignation were made instanter She left nt once for Stuarts Ya w here she has a pleasant an 1 honorable position From my place in Richmond on Friday Ihnderson X C Twnahaivk Oct 34th a dark bay horse lajfj hands The Somerset court closed at midnight high I small saddle mark small crease from fistula small knot on front of one Saturday after a ousy session of 12 days fore leg Liberal reward during which court was held till after 10 C T WELLS 20- oclock nine of the nights Six men were sent to the oenitentiary including D A If Price for the murder of Shiplett seven years and Thomas and Charles Jones father ami son three years each Upholsterer and Furniture Repairer Carfor killing Bod Ping There was a hung pet laying a specialty All work neatly jury in the eases of Doolin and Cope for done Eighteen years experience Shop killing young Watson who disturbed a 109 Irvine St 2nd door from Post office 20 27 church gathering Thoa Payne a traveling man for Pierson Clark of Lexington lost his lhe hist Tuesday night OB the Cincinnati If you do not pay your City tax before Southern R R at a station called Klihu the first day of November 1890 I will be four miles below Somerset He was on a compelled by law to collect a peraltv of Call and pay local freight which was run into by an- Â¬ ten per cent additional JNO L BAXTER other traiu and had both feet cut off City Collector 18 20 clean He was conscious for some hours He was taken to Somerset and received every attention but died during the night His remains were forwarded to his relatives in Russell county WJudy will commence dressThe Harrodsburg Democrat in notic- ingMr Geo for us in Richmond about turkeys ing the sudden death of Cien Belknap Nov and will pay the highest market Secretary of War t nder President Urant prices for good turkeys delivered at pens says The mot interesting part of For prices and further particulars address OILMAN ft BRENT ion Belknaps life to the people of this 18 29 Paris Ky section was his einsecutive marriages to two sisters of national fame for K auty and grace They were Misses Carrie and Amanda Tomlinaon daughters of the COAL CO late Dr J A Inmlinson an eminent physician and practitioner The last undersigned have formed a partner and surviving wife is the twm eieter of THE to sell ail kinds of Coal and Lumour esteemed townsman James A Toin- ber at the lowest market price and re- Â¬ linsou spectfully request a liberal patronage from Last Wednesday Governor Buckner the public The yards are located on pardoned Newton Yarber who was Orchard Street and also on Third Street where we will build a warehouse upon the serving a life sentence at Frankfort completion of the new railroad to this Yarber belonged to the Bamett gang place T S BRONSTON M M HARBER and with six others was sent from this city to the penitentiary in May 188 Of the seven bar died in the peni- Â¬ tentiary Klliott Watkins was pardoned by Lieutenant acting Governor Hind man and died at hie home three months after being pardoned Alonso Beeraftia the only one left and an effort is being made to secure his pardon on account of i Cm wUOMfcU bad health the giotinds on which Yar- Â¬ ber was pardoned JB fiarrfiaf Jdre Tom Glad to ee yon old fellow Ilello c- Streng Makes it So If yon intend baying anything mentioned below it will pay yon to COME AND SEE STRENG Here is what he has to say OVERCOATS AT i 500 600 700 800 DOO LIST OF LETTERS I 1000 And upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked 8 SlUtS of CLOTHING AT Â¬ Â¬ 500 uvu 700 800 900 1000 Strayed or Stolen And upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked BOOTS AT Worth fully 15 Mens cb Boys m MILLER 200 250 300 350 xij 150 Â¬ per cent more than asked f At Prices Dry Goods OfAllKials j City Tax Notice Jta YOU Misses Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent Ladies 100 11P Turkeys Wanted it Cloaks it J to Â¬ Â¬ and Childrens S4000 Flannels Blankets Shawls Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent Eye Openers j UDjJIIEI Jean8c Dont forget to come and see me It will pay yon H J STRENG THAT- M g3MLVH shes eo so came 1 YOU KNOW W C HAVE VmfltfJi4l OU Well 1 aaa NEWS PARAGRAPHS W T Bedmon and Miss Lizzie Hill were married in Bourbon county last week a young farmer Alonzo Sutherland went to sleep on the louisville Southern railroad track near Versailles Mon day night and woke up with both legs cut off He died Since the first of the year the recorded sales of real estate in Norfolk and vicin- Â¬ ity have aggregated over 4 900000 and unrecorded probably S000000 more J II Taylor executor sold at public sale Monday to C R Anderson four shares ot Fanners National Bank stock at 18610 per share Danville Advocate Logan Helm son of the late Dodridge of Woodford Helm was killed by being run over by a buggy in Florida where lie has been living for some years Midway Clipper Died in Montgomery county the past week Mrs Henrietta Prewitt an aged lady Thomas Howard aged 77 William Scobee aged 88 Mrs Clay Thorpe Dr Thomas J Wilkerson formerly of Mont- Â¬ gomery died at Kiddville The Georgetown Times says Kid J Taylor Moore caught a bass in Klk horn one day last week that measured 20 inches in length and weighed 3 pounds and 12 ounces The same day Dan Nichols caught one in the same stream that weighed 2J pounds The committees SDDOinted v the bond holders and the legislature to set- Â¬ tle the Virginia State debt question have agreed to an arbitration com- Â¬ mittee to be composed of Grover Cleveland Thomas F Bavard and three otb- ere The debt amounts to a little over 30000000 Alfred Knox while attempting to Kmbry trestle a mile east of this city was run over by a freight engine and instantly killed Monday afternoon Mr Knox was seventy seven years old and lived in a tenement house on James atcwoods farm near Kw ington ed left a wife and six children ling Adr The Sam Jones meeting at Wilming- Â¬ ton closed Monday Four thousand dollars were given to Mr Jones Several citizens of Greensboro attended the meeting and have various opinions as to Sam Jones and his methods Grcentboro at Xi Mr D S Bradley of Washington countv was he the A Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Senator Jo C S Blackburn was injur- Â¬ ed in an accident near Versailles Wed Â¬ nesday night receving a fracture of his shoulder blade He bad been act imr as the judges at the Lexington run- Â¬ ning races and late that evening started to drive to Versailles with Andrew F Steele a liverymar of that city When near Versailles the carriage struck some unseen obstacle in the dark and over turned throwing the Senator and Mr Steele out Mr Btoele WM not injured and be drove Mr Klackhurn to his home where Dr Neat was called An examination proved that the wound while exceedingly painful was not es- Â¬ pecially serious Â¬ Bit IV almottt ten years fince we were married down lets liavo an experience meeting llowd the wife ing something got Confirmed The favorable impression prodaced on the first appearance of the agreeable liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a few years ago has been more than confirmed bv the pleasant experience of all who ha e used it and the success of the proprietors and manufacturers the California Fig Syrup Company Dinner at Dinneiifg Court day next Monday will find 8 Co Post office corner with a Dinelli good dinner Birda oysters steak fish hot coffee bread etc Call and get a good dinner Dont you T Yes but I uess wat wfl be my ma- started to keep down exreri ei and bow I Im mean and shes tired o savins and mvm r w He anything to show for it I w rvet and she looked as happy f a an I think she is and we are economical loo have to be My wife can make a little uo further than anyone I ever knew vet she hsmji me with some riamry contrivance tin adds to the comfort and beaut v of oar little and shes always merry as a ark When I a k how he manages it she always lanehs an Oh thats my secret But I think re covered nor secret When we married we both knew we shonld have to be very carcfi but she one condition she would hare ber Magazine made And she was lignt I wouldt t do wthou it my- Â¬ self for doable the aabteript on prce We lead tber from the title pic to th last word the stories kHp our hea of important events and scientific n me posted so that I can talk nnderstandm what is going on my wife it always trying some new idea from the household department she makes all her dresses anil those for the children and she gets all her patterns for nothing with the M and we saved Joe when he th with the croup by doing just as directed in the Sanitarian Department But I cant tell you half In What wonderful Magazine is it Pmorests Family Mvtine and What Why thats what Lil wanted eo bad and I told her it was an extravagance Well my friend thats where yon made a grand mUtase and one yoed better rectify a 111 take ytursub eo n as you can right here on my wifes account shea bjtmd to have a teaeet in time for our tin wedding next month My gold watrh was the prcmi im 1 got for t up a club tlares a ropy with the new rrcmiam List for clnb the bi direst thing out If you dont fe in it what you want youve only to wnte io the pubishcr and tell him what yon want w he her it is a tack hammer or a new amageand i makepecia t rma for yon either for a clu irtcnh Better subscribe right off and sarprieo rrs Tom Oi Iyt00tyeri six months Or send 10 cents intngi Der n cony col rmepc he 1rrT n we ail u ut something more than cant afford ftfl asaal always want Â¬ weve FITZPATRICK CO PBMCISELT WHAT YOU WANT IN IOUR WE REFER TO KITCHEN THE UNSURPASSED Mim - Lexington Belle Rouge AND- - It Weckesser day dinner Co S Dixelli Co vill set a good court it Six Per Cent Will Be Added I hereby give noticj to all persons who have not paid their taxes that I will be compelled to add a 6 per cent penalty after Nov 1st Pay this week and save the 6 per cent J W BALES Sheriff Madison Co Jumbo oysters at Weckesser P POWERS COB H HAGAN KENTUCKY MAIN AND FIRST STS COOK STOVE FOR YOUR HALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT MOST EXCELLENT NECESSITY Full WINTER Cos RICHMOND THIN COLUMN There is a great deal about eating that is a matter of taste Send me ten bushels of anthersite is the order a coal firm ia Richcole mond received one day hist week North Carolina has a county named Person We should think that some of Car Heel papers would have numerous Personal ite The Lexington Transcript thus re grievous trouble John Bennett and Henta firieveooa both colored had a rough and tumble fight at the home of Bennett used a knife and the latter Grieveous a lump of coal Bennett was given So and coata Grieveooa was dh Â¬ Â¬ HiMii are agents for first Burnam class insurance companies Try them 33-3- 2- Court day Dinner Rt Weckessers it solicit a share of your trade They keep DRUGS JEWETTS BASE BURNER THIS IS THE SEASON FOR DOVES AND THE PART RIDOES ARE COMING ARACE WE HAVE THE Â¬ Hjul Wikslows Soothing Stuup has been used for jwer fifty yean by mlHlona of mother for their hlliln n while teeininK nun peneci nwcos It soothed the child softenn the irunu allays all pain cure wind colic and Is tl e best remedy for Dlar rham It will relieve the poor little sufferer Im- Â¬ mediately Sold by DrunlsU in erery parte f the 25 cents a bottle ri c sure and ask for Mrs WluslowaSootnlnit8yrupand take no other kind For Over Fifty Yearn BOOKS STATIONERY PERFUMES SOAPS Faints Oib Glass iaaion sun Mercury Venus aad the earth railroad caae the Mr Barlow will have his wonderful in was daaBMwed Juige S ott holding that vention manufactured at Liuisville The Ciazette has gotten things slightly irt Tlie mixed and is somewhere from a quarter decision i ages to a half century behind with the aawa The invention referred to was brought ecaaeofT B 1 the war by If out in Lexingi Central for heaBBB BBBUtMl the Kent Ud by his son M Barlow erilictforHOO tud mul y of this place now of LoaiavQle Bill la llichmond Legislature of Kentucky u 3t Kil The feeta of the appropriation for sending the younger Barlow to the Paris Kxjxsition with the riff h1 iredis-tK Mel We oaa not recall wbeth- PUuretarium Various artadea t was in the 50s or the 00s but it taken a was somewhere so far back that the ediaDC thii ugli to Gaxette is v ed are knives atiaama needles axes tor of the is shot leal recollect it The arrangement recently hetschited by which the Planetarium is clothing tinware and But live to Ik manufactured in Imisviile proba- seariea belief that grain and other farn products nt it was u rct ot advanced -- Boa adjoumi Ti 11 of ek i Â¬ train arrived here shortly after 9 - met at the depot by the honorary pall bearers bo ly bearers various com Â¬ mittees having in charge the funeral ar- Â¬ rangements company of the Second Reg iment I N G Torrence Post of the G A EL the two oaganizations haviii- nated to act as an escort of honor vera thousand citizens The body ne to the Federal building which had been elaborately draped in mourning The casket was conveyed to the court room in which the lead Justice had eatly presided and placed upon a catafalque The face of the dead jurist was exposed to view and du Â¬ ring the few hours the body was lying in - viewed by several thousand pie oclock the funeral services were the Unitarian Church of which aaaad had ban a The li was entirely inadequa Â¬ Â¬ A good square dinner at Weckesser DYES Cos it Â¬ The Pineville Messenger thus descants ujKin its neighboring town Barbourville Two years ago it was a bright busy ions little town Its inhabitants were jolly good natured and free from care In an evil element they were in duced to organize a brass band Look at them now two brass bands and no boom The following is a copy of an excuse which a tall red haired boy of 17 brought in to his teacher in Fayette county recently Dere Cir Please ex Henry for iib- rday We made sourkrout and he had to teomp it Â¬ Littles Barb r Shop Removed George T Little ha removed his barber shop down street to the house former- and every thing else in the Drugly occupied by Sanders cigar store secgist and Sundry line ond door from Herndons corner He invites his old patrons and the public gen- Smiths Syrup of Black Cohosh Customers promptly erally to call waited upon Everyt ling clean and first for coughs and cold a specialty Keep a bottle on hand for the class and the best of work done 12 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Me Guns and Ammunition AND YOU CAN HAVE THE FUN Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES Jumbo Oysters at Weckes er Si Donelsox has a quantity ot new Sul- winters use We Cos mind our patrons wish also to rethat our imÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ kies Surries and Bujgies of the newest and most popular paternr and at very reasonable figures 5- mense stock of HOLIDAY GOODS markets and will bo opened for your inspection about December 10th Come and se these exceedingly nice goods Â¬ Timrara a specialty fa cash W C FITZPATRICK CO Quail and Fish at Weckesser Cos is now arriving from the eastern you want to buy a Sulky Surrey B lggy or Carriage call on Donelson for he has the latest best and cheapest 5- If Oysters Fish Quad at Weckessers 39 20 A FEW THOUGHTS is I i mm X AdAifTVf think ItM aoor temyer or boaom filled with gn of happt- - J tLii n laA j kl L WOTM - I Ml Eer gained the praise o worthy men r- by vloe Cer added perfume to his breath by or by ekewnts I think that wicked conning nerer met with I thluk If swindlers would be leas I think no flered more their number That lawyers wocli be fewer and courts would I think that many doctors would better Merles who gamble black- - stood and champed for a second or two turning In a circle and raising a big dost Mattio turned and catching up her Bister ran for the house The boar bearing her run off started in pursuit grunting and raspinpr its tusks in a manner to make the jirls heart turn cold It was a race for life and the girls pluck won Entering the house in advance of her foe she shut the door and fastened it as the boar camo rush- Â¬ ing up against it The girls fell to the floor and for several minutes could not raise themselves Hut frontier life had made them brave and self possessed in time of danger and the recollection of the peril their brother was in soon roused them ilancing around for a weapon the sight of a kettle full of hot FARLEY One of the oldest houses in Kentucky WROUGHT smiths keeps IKON a variety for THE BEST -- ATTORNEYS Q F Office E T BURNAM A TTORNE rS- - A T L A W Kentucky Richmond No HJi Buruiuns Building First 3- OLIVER PLOWS fisi Â¬ IS OUR- - Street - Jm ASULLIVAN A of Â¬ black- Bid for Your Trade Fall and Winter purchase was made with a view of offering the best qualities at lowest figures Our prices may startle but they will not vex the careful buyer Â¬ Richmond TTORNBVA T L A W Kentucky Office on Firrt Street snme as formerly oc ltl- cupied by County Judfec Miller tht WHEELS and other SPOKES supplies for J S POWELL A MB A - e Procuring KIMS TTORNE1 - T LA V I think fold at stake a man who msrrtea If be gets a proper ecuuis a fortune though the bride may own no a good supply she mounted the winJow sili in the loft right over the still rag b ar on the outside and looked up being attracted by the noise Richmond Kkntlxky wagon makers Best makes of Fine Office on Second Street FARMING IMPLEMENTS DENTAL bURGERY R A WILKES SMITH Richmond hourn rtain folks would lot orc leisure to eomc other lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION attend to buatneas rich men chanoc from forV And meet with OHM sympathy they have no it many ministers IV renowned for more consistent be if they would prao- - proach loc when the tempter triple power around the iBrv of i Headquarters for FIELD SEEDS A ftj I W V brands LINE of HARDWARE tod heat DENTAL SURGEOX Kentucky Office 3- of STAPLE GROCERIES 173 aruTnxuTnjxnj-inj-uxrinJxruxru- ij stain 0osfcaotalta BalMInc lo lv BtrasC P K lo U1 II lii OVPraetlos limited lo dentistry O MORGAN - SALT LIME and CEMENT afssFVome to the house where your fathers and grandfathers IH i i 9r t THE VftQLE WORLD J J dna V soul WmmWhrnt that atos r will meet with T that soul belongeth to a peasant or a om the monarch ktoarrl from one common clay and equal N V Weekly Mi MATTIK OrESFD FIRE i 3 ri M RICHMOND KENTUCKY Main Street over Madison National 3- o bought their goodf half a century I fsJTv i BEST v WANTS THE hi 0 0 0 e e Bank Office - Hii 1 as GO ELBY W BURGIN DENT ST It Richmond i Kentucky A HUU FKtIIT Tho Way a Rooky Girl Saved Her Brothers Life HE c o u n tr y around Limona Sout -- the nervy girl gave him a big dose of water in the eyes and face All the ferocity was knoccd out of the beast by this attack and with a loud squeal it turned tail and fled T others now came up attracted by and they too their red a dose This put them to l some time and not hear of them Mattio in froi ventured forth Proceeding cautiously to the spot where she lost her shotgun she found it and loaded both barrels 1 ichlng the spot - brothers voice had been found him lie was on a stump about ten feet high and around Mm wore half a score of savage grunt- ereo eye fixed on him up avagely to the at tin foot of the stump in impotent rage if he rather had as Tho boy 1 much of it as he wanted and Mattio curing her own safety by getting up on another stump opened five on tho bet startled them anda- laying low an of their others became Mattie and the boy then n to the cabin at on are not to vent- Lt again until their parents had re I thai as he was going along be saw this drove ahead of him and without thinking shot at and wounded one of them The others turnod on him id only time to stump before thoy had sur- Â¬ rounded him When the old folks returned their W L FARLEY to MR mice Over Palace Dry ixnls Store on First Street lormerly occupied by Dr Kis nV tcrson J John Farlev CREED D D S KIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY Wr -IT- Y GENTRY OF- - 0 0 nt Flnnell residence Everj thlng done pertaining to the profession Office Phors art rfiTTTinXI W I Douglas rvcrr pair vAUilVn warrnntfd and on bottom price stamped liu hi nanio and PHYSICIANS 1 ponden t sides hear panther ats doer rat lie SlBP- - fDR Pi BijTTUiriJTJxruinTixuiJTJTriJTrinji o COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF 1R J clrtcc Store M POYNTZ - SHACKELFORD -- 3on saxje2 WnonfinWnr II WUWWXllHUUj DEALERS IN ALL KINDS PH ISICIA N A ND S UR GEON Richmond - Kentucky 3- Hanlwarfl j Tinwarfi J FiniiRR IIUHMU Furn cinnrr J UlilAWliAUCj BOOl Hecond Street next to Whites Drug - b IF SO Qt W EVANS 1L L BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL PHYSIC I A N A ND S UR G E ON Kentucky Richmond Office Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds Mens and Boys Clothing W L Second Street jR Storti Office T J TAYLOR in - wilds i DOUGLAS y3 Tali and Inord Watirproof Jrain SiiOC GENTLEMEN 11r Boots and Shoes Hata Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc THE BANNER Practitioner Richmond Medicine and Surgery - KITIIT 3- - Kentucky - BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quicker Route from Central Kentucky to All Ioints North East West and South-we-- t TTNA0QT7AINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY WELL OBTAli MUCH VALUABLE ESEORMATION EEOM A STUDY CT THIS MAP OF H pi No 4 Dally RI 0 Second Street over Dykes Grocery SSORYMEHT OF THE SEflSOH JOHN M FOSTER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond DR FAST LINE BETWEEN t Id a ri ssfrv Lexington No 1 SOUTH BOUND Ex Suu lf--7- CincinnatiISM kct iSpTr rxj Many I e old gurao hear I of Â¬ libors once A bunt ing party started out the following day to rid the neighborhood of such danger tters and they ba So Great in Assortment 050 w So Pleasing in Style made In Congress lutton and Lace S3 S2 SHOES uSifls So Honest in Quality tbeiu So CHEAP in Price PPy u send Well U Ioli the namiard drcsj lally adopted xc Creek npstalra office Main street next door to Liixons residence at cor Muin and Tate Srlieoulr- - in Effect May lltli RJSKLo mi rT Aemie 3- - ijt -- Ptflfc All y T SEXSMITH M D 1 No Bz Ban fcupeiaUs1 pufttad udTtnijed prko or y a SI CI A N A ND S URGE ON White HaIL - - - Kentucky lic OttVrs lils profesMoiuU services to Ill W L 1MII IAS Brockton Mass the pub- Â¬ 8- - Ivo- Clnvlnnall 1VI- Covlngton Lvo tynlliiitiia Arr Pai is 8io am 8i8 944 1037 1110 1200 1 1 Ive Kalmoatli Arr lXltnron Ive 1aris a m am am p m 80c p m 35 I 809 p m 245 p 1000 p m 507 1055 pm 9 17 fm Ml m am 1023 p m am p n f 545 620 m I Sold by Jack Freemjon GIVE LS A CALL AND VVILL GIVE YOU A BENEFIT id two r younger and in a mhkiim iisox o is usual leav The 0 It is I took Lis his dog wont out hunt- irls wore nrking -- latu r in a i WE KEEP VORIESSCHOOLFIELDCO TINWARE SMS The Price Cash Clothiers Only One AND LETCHER IK PH 1 S CI AN AND SCR GE ON S M Richmond Offloo - - - Kfvtlcky - Arr Winchester Arr Hii hinmid Arr ljncislcr Arr Stun ford Ive RleliiDond Arr Berra Arr Liviinc ton 20 135 pm P in p in in J Nxc mrc I wmtnm irm imbi u n r wm mmtr Smith KnlltlliiK Muin Street No 5 No NORTH BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun 1 WFrt KE jii Pw Y a --- -- JW1i V VI T 1 w t- i I t --oS fc- J- L ViKO uVl tt ii n O A V itf r lUMryi 1 a mu r L No Daily 1 fc9 Zzxr Otmmf R K I1 H rJ If woods Ing down a light an or t at once ting a small hat ached the 1 their HARDWARE RAMSEY Nected with FIFE IT IS NECESSARY In These Days for re was a dr at lor then to be coai iftei The doj b ard them It to Meet therii whieh loam wild a For Sale Our Goods are of excellent quality our TRICES REASONABLE Wish to inform the public that T Ramsey is no longer con Arr Rii limond Ive Stanford Ive Lancaster Olllce In Smith llnilliiiK on Mala Street Arr Richmond- special attention given t mtcrtMeoptaal and Lr Richmond- chemical nzamlnatluus of tissues mid fluhls Arr Winchester nf the human body Arr Paris Ive Lexington HOLTON Ltp IarN Ive Iviitlllana Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Lve Fainoutli Kentucky Arr Covington Richmond Arr Cincinnati 3- W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN ANDSURGEON Kentucky Richmond JJ Ive Ive I ivi Huston lleri a 1025 am 1145 am 800 am 700 am THE CKiCaSO ECCK ISUHD PfiSIFiO Ri 1000 am 253 pm 4 mm om 54Pm a pm pm pm 600 a m T JJRGS pm p m 245 315 402 535 545 708 am 700 am IC3 am 421 pm 913 am 10 5 am 1045 5am Including1 matn lines branohos and extension Missouri liiver To ajl points Eatt N Citj-- to Rook Inland Davenport D LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pjpostopo town Minneapolis St Paul and i short direct rout v In connection v fVom St Louisville Nashville nnd Ea Kansas City it alao coustitutea L01 b3 am t4 pm am pm au ift pursuit s n TL I Boo i the uRameey OornerDry ioods Store since selling his interest to W D Oldham but is now running Hour otfii e over D M Urluhfu Special attention If Jkp to 4U0 p ni Kiven to dtmaaaa of women anil all diffi cult chronic cees Patients treated at a dis tance and Homeopathic medicines sent to 4S any address Â¬ Â¬ MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND No 11 Dully Ex Han lix sun 70c a m 934 am It traverses vast areas of tho richst farnvr c world forrnirthe speediest most popuiur pnl transportation to and roui all orado and tLo Indian Ten FREE F Kansas City and Call Palace Sleeping Cars to and THE SHORT UKE TO DENVER AMD TK2 WEST THE fSSOUt2l RIVER I ri grazl proaching than r grunting horribly and hear yenr Pngagrment with Miss groat c till Um -- t the lead mod and ran for the house In mad b I d j h she got Repairing cf Tinware at LowRtes SPECIALTY THE PALACE Cash Dry Goods Store No 9 Fir t Street in connection with W S i File near the old corner at the red flag and wants his old friends ladies and gentlemen and the public generally to call on him he can sell them goods cheaper than he has ever sold them before Wo have secured the services of Mr Green as salesman and Miss llazehvood and Mrs Million as salesladies and guarantee general protection to ladies and children Now is the time to buy your goods ours are so low that we may hove to mark them up soon in place of down We now have on hand and daily receiving a splendid stock of Â¬ MERCHANTS 1RS JENNINGS Richmond cv GIBSON Kentucky Ive Cincinnati Physicians and Surgeons Lve Covington Lexington Paris Arr Mlllershurg Carlisle 5 45 pm Johnson Hayssllle 730 pm 805 pm Id provoko I her- W iss from ury A OF- - 5 i IT rOK A J CALP MAPKET Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ ing Stoves TO to Attract Trade E The Office Main street shoe store over Wullace 51 50 Ulce SOUTH BOUND Lve Mavsville Carlisle MUlersbura Arr Purls Lexington Covington A K AULTZ No in No 11 Daily Daily Ex Hon Kx siin 520 a m 135 pm 232 p m 347 pm 415 pm Loading all competitor in of equipment cool in annul by steam from tho locomor l jave Kansas C and Southeaot w o aches PuHm2 a Pmlace FREE Reclining Chair Cars PL rHROUGH W Denver Colorado cp ijio rnai tervecing stations in K lorado venient stations veil yardSt at seasonable hours and at modor ae onces J To Manitou MACNIFiCENT VESTIBULE 5 XPRES3 TR 11 THE ROCC ISLAND IS THE FAVOR5TE TOURIST Pikes Peak tho Garten of th God - E PH YSICIA N A ND S URGE ON Kentucky Richmond Office 220J4 Johnson 740 a m 1035 a m l 45 m Awake Nights to Devise Means theuuult W Main Street Building up stairs M Burnam A 18- - Cincinnati r r - r ShwaB TUA if VW- w -- r CLAUDE SMITH CO Managers of the jR J BLACK THROUGH CAR LINE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 26- Red House Ky clnnatl No No 13 and il Ruu Sundays only and make all stops No Runs dally from Lexington to Ctn f resorts Its Vestiouli that cin adU tj - f They also rak6 closo cor Depots X7ith the Denver end Rio GDenver Teaa and rort Worth and all other For Tickets Maps Tima Tables Folders codu Ccasd monthly or further desired information aCof the Jrass i - Western Trail E ST JOHN General Kanagcr CHICAOO II JOHN SZ8ASTIAN I CiilI iPiiawft MACKINAC STO ITS MOVTH vo and ran pproachod tho irl slipped and fell ing beasts -- RACKET QHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Specialty OFFICE Next door to Climax office 111 building Richmond Ky 4Ilnguam Leaves Lexington 1000 a m Arrive Paris 1015 a m Except Sunday No 8 Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives FiilmoiUli 7i0 B Eicept Suuday No 7 Leaves Falmouth BsiO a in Arrives Cincinnati 755 a in Except SumlMy No 7 H and m use New Fourth Street depot between John and Smith Streets after 111 1 lYAZOO RECORD July 1st 227 Veterinary to see what tho fell her blood 0 if turned 1 didnt Crazy Hull after thoughtful examina Â¬ tion of wig display in window of Stand Â¬ ing Ilochs now hair dressing estabÂ¬ lishment Say tink mebby Injundigup hatchet n go on war path nex week How much you pay fur good white scalp now Texas Siftlngs over Lratod l 1 her dress savagely and 10154 inrr cent population of the erf tried to cauh her leg in its month Dakota is stated to nerved to desperation gave it a n ten years of kick with all her power hitting it in which is an i HMfs or 23365 pfr e m to the ground a big ar its fierce eyes gleaming with rago and an--- s open mouth with its hideous champing and raging Close be- Â¬ lition grounds about noon hind was another also fierce in its West Shore aspect but smaller in size Mattie moved not until another scream for lie Ijorrd It from her poor sister roused her That cigar you givo mo d d mo sinking energies Then with a rush and a jump she placed herself in front Arthur age animal The dog too you smoke Im glad of it When did it g at the boar and buried it Oh I didnt smoke it I gave it to - thick neck boar though Howard I hata him you know The The M d for a moment turned sav Jury and with a thrust laid open the m m He Wanted a Favor poor dogs 6ide with a terrible gash from Wm Ilaightly who kicked bis wife to With an angry shake of the bead the beast then turned on its vic death in Lawrcnco Mass last Juno t approached Mattie bravely was Tuesday convicted of manslaughter and as its horrible jaws opened and sentenced to two and OBe half to grasp her dress pushed the barrel of in the House of Correction The prisoner - op en mouth and fired surprised the court by asking that his bergmaining charge into the sentence bo made three fears in tho Ho fell at once with a Stato prison so that he could learn a squeal of pain and ferocity that made trade but the rojre t was not granted la flesh creep Horrbe In1si other one seeing the fall of Its A leader beoltatrd a moment and ther Tenn telegram from McXairy County riblo sprang forward Mattie seized the wero hatchet that her sister had had and ac n oxplod- aimed a blow at the beast The latter John ad was blown D from her 1 hurled fifty falling far out of her reach while sway ibo body of the owner of dencc of tho blow caused her to II B Trim ull was torn lo fall orer in front of tbo hog The lat- am ping its jaws till the froth stood all over its head presenting a hor-South Dakota Cssns Fyures 1 to the poor girls lowered tho opulatioa of Sioux Falls S D to bo Its beet aaa1 bajqpatemfbam Itaaati c -I A her ia lava Inpatient Traveler to conductor How soon shall we reach Chicago Conductor We city lim- orning sir and if wc vith no bad hid we will he t the Commencing July 1st there wB be established a through line of first class Ves i Pullman and Warner Sleeping Cars dailv between Cincinnati Daton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and all prmcipal resorts of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan via the C H ft D R R an i Michigan Central to Mackinaw ers will be attached to trains leav laily except Saturday returning leave Mackinaw at a m dailv except Sunday ured by purchasing through tickets ia this route composed tl favorable and well known li the Cincinnati Hamilton V Dayton R K and Michigan Central Rrauat be apparent to all tiist cass ravei No other line can offer such advantages as to accommodations and route allowing stop over at Toledo and Detroit then continuing your journey to the most lovely resorts on the can continent For pamphlets pertaining to Mackinac I laiul rummer resorts reached ia this line write to any airent of the C H ft D R R or to E O McCormick Ticket Agent No oo el Cincinnrti Â¬ Dentistry and Sterility a Fcreign and Domestic Dress Qacds Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Trunks in fact everything kept in a first class store We call especial attention to our suits of Â¬ STORE INSURANCE Have Decided to BURNAM Tho Oldest and HUME Strongest American runs dally between Lexliigtiil and Cluclunall No 4 runs daily BROTHER TO YUBA RECORD 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL between Cincinnati and Lexington Nos 2 and 6 make connections at WinchesÂ¬ ter for points on the N N 4 M V Ry IMPORTANT Trains of this line now arrive at aud depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati making con Â¬ We offer the services of YAZ00 for the season of 1800 at SiWer Creek Madison nection for all points North East and iVr t County Kentucky at Through Tickets sold and Baggage Checked to any point reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent of the Company or -- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLTW L MUNSON Trav Passr Agt Cincinnati O Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled S F B MORSE Oenl Pass Agt Cincinnati Mares kept and trie 1 H E HUNTINGTON V Pres m tien Manr regularly on gra at ten cents a day -- rain fad if ioheal at reaonahle Will take E B CARR Agent Richmond Kv every care to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible fur rates General Offices either hamberof Commerce Build- Â¬ No 3 TRAIN NOTES 224 Â¬ Â¬ QUIT LYING Awake Studying How to Companies ing Cincinnati O NORTH AMERICA SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS Note that we now have double dally train services both ways on Sundays bstwoen Cin Â¬ cinnati and Lexington staSfit FC H ar014 8i J - BOIiaont Wt record zzy - -- - ioiaaae una ire of Nutwooiand thirty two rein 1 300 f LIaUi S I 28 anl 28 aor3 220 Perfoaora f 1 BOYS CLOTHING at Alterforwood Custom-Made Roots and Shoes below cost and other custom made best brands of Shoes all very cheap A splendid line of all Kinds of Shirts Over and Under froir 15cts to 2 below cost We sell the best 5 and 10 cent Handkerchiefs and Hosiery in the city Ladies White Party Kid Gloves 35 to 40 cents Crashes from 3A to 10 cents per yard less than cost Good Calico 4cts Challies 4 and 5 cents less than cost Nice Lice Red Sets 125 Lace Curtains a big line and cheap and Curtain Poles Comforts A good line of Gents Pants to close out 50 to 75 cents below cost Overalls 35 cts Dont buy your Â¬ Â¬ 125 ATTRACT TRADE BY POTTING Vt THE KNIFE ROCK BOTTOM RATES teiy- - Hymen 228 trial Portion record 23 sire of Minneasota 215 K i Childe Harold two mde record in in England ilm of naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Voiugeur trial 250 bv a5rla0 e of Lady Thorn 2iS4 OJliOf 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred The thirty third session of this noted The above pedigree shows YftZOO to be superbly bred UaroU R mbH school for young ladies and girlb will no Chief us sire grand sire and great gram sire are each Young Portia his dam and grand dam are illutrious i open on th a pac-k- thon bred foundation where can you beat it MADISON 2nd dam Young Portia dam wnue in loal and Yazoo - r U bT J 230 of Voltaire word 22oV sire 0f Rmere 1 Female Institute e4 C T WELLS F B CAUH INTO C T WELLS GO THE So v PEOFITS Furuiers National Rank BURNAM Dont loruet our office is at the HUME Tuesday September 9th A fuil corps of competent teachers Admirable Curriculum Prices reasonable on or address o43- -- Book now open Address M at Silver Creek Masn - T S BURNAM CO Â¬ N B Tobacco Rama Country Stores and Milliug property specialties 33 32 For Catalogues or other particulars call that every arlicle sold would be an advertisement for thtir house R H Kentucky Mutual Benefit Society GEORGETOWN KENTUCKY TIjcOjiIv Coai Yard in Town Only a Mjuate frono llieCoiirt liotise have to teiul away out lo the depot RICHMOND PLUMBING FOR Gas Fitting All orders promptly filled and work guaranteed And a gas pipe used to be of the tijjlit sizo according to the rules and i emulation- of the Wafer and Light Company No 22 j W Main Street opposite Hotel Gtyrdon Post office ad- Â¬ dress IxjcW Box 15 13- Â¬ - B C HAGERMAN Prln CO PALACE HOTEL Organized 1874 L KLEIN Proprietor C Assets Dr C V 5675040 Vl 1 t I Yu dont COME AND SEE YOURSELF Sanitary Plumbing Steam Limestcno Street Opp 0 Depot Ccal Deliveredto ny Fart of Town Soft Coal and Anthracite Nut and Lump Coal How opn at Myers old lumber yard next to Siemid Pr sbyierian ehuicli iliekest delivery iu towu Lowest prices Try ns 29- - o O LEX1NCTON KY Wew Building and Furniture Well Lighted and Ventilated JA8 E CAXTRILL President Dk S F QANO Mel Director W Z THOMSON Secretary HARDIN Oca Agt 0f A XSL 61 TINWARE STATIONERY NOTIONS ETC A few pieces of 10 cent Challies left at G cents a yard 0 VELLS CO tip aad flung it straight in the boars face Happily it struck him across the eye biiudiuj both Mmormrtlji and be As she lay und soermnlriiiiil a pine knot hard and sharp as iron aerio exerted she sprang i Ppo Eaads Cff DUoa and OBrien It Is reported that Cardinal Slmeoni I the Pop bidden the Ta mi m m H H sale Â¬ We will until you see ours have in a few days the finest line of best fitting Cloaks in Richmond and we have many other special bargains in goods If you will come and look we will be glad to show you all through the stock Centrally Located GOOD BAR ATTACHED 2 and 49 48 Calls attention to its TpvpI Pruminm Pi i Policy Prompt titul Reliable Paiup iuZ lve taucy of life tltm provMlas disability clause in old aW Polit except for fraud or non payment of premumi No restrict ion Tka r ccupauui wnvei roiicitt un rrtetable afser three ninil n t ilirii RATES 250 per Day DP NOTICE Dreckinridge Cabell formerl Virginia but who has been a New York seventeen yi extensive acquaintance h BROOKS of M ciiFiir Frankie 106 Cleveluci Brfaer Shop EAST MAIX 8TREET L CHENAULT AS iron ESmUANX Di Hierarchy to iicial or overt approval to tha ipaign of Messrs sad Vheia in asrisa n I have ioo mule colts for sale at reasonable pi COLYER Ramsey First door above Farmers Bank Fife M J HILL Manr We have opeued a first elms shop and dei ire to have the patronage of geutleinen ladiea and children We guarantee first class work New and elegant furniture clean throughout and sharp razors 43- - M J CARMICHAEL C MOORE Richmond KkntxtKy On the 26th of September 1S90 an L ray mare mule 5 years old Large Hats of Citv and hands high came to my house near Bob Countr town in Madison county and has since Property into Corporations and float the erty been in my possession The owner can securities Uommlmioa Cnrw have the mule by proving property and Skilled labor furnished industrial enter- Â¬ anil rirnniir paying charges prises 17- Branch office at JAMES H ASBURY Room 30 MO itj wli SELL UR EXCHAv MINERAL ANI ARM TITIRAL Yb DEVELOPED IN Will aiso Organize- Real Estate Brokers -- Pr BROADWAY NEW YORK we