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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w m -- fj-t --- ----- lfl A T T - a1 J 1 B 5S1 TELEGRAPHEKS T gff j I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VOLUME IV ESCAPE FROM JAIL Bright and Successful rian or John C Turlington the Missouri Desperado John C Turlington the noted desper Â¬ ado who has been confined in the county jail at Booneville Mo for the past six months effected his escape Saturday night in a clever manner After tho guards had given him his supper it had been their custom to allow him the froo dom of the jail for the purpose of exor Â¬ cising until 8 oclock Deputy Sheriff Nicholson took him his supper at a oclock and left Turlingtons cell open so that ho might have his usual exercise As soon as he was left alone the desperado rigged out a dummy with the pillow and blan- Â¬ ket from his bed and an old shirt Ho placed the dummy in the bed so that it would appear to be- lying with its back to the door Ho placed his supper dishes outside the door and arranged the cell for the night in its usual way and pro- Â¬ ceeded to tho room in tho lower part of the building occupied by Deputy Sher iffs Nicholson and Garrettson There ho hid himself under a bod and awaited a favorable opportunity to make his es Â¬ cape which presented itself when tho two deputies went into tho room prepared for their supper and went to tho dining room Then Turlington emerged from his place of concoalmont and escaped by the window which was only a few feet from the ground When Nicholson went to Turlingtons cell to Bocuro the prisoner for the night he found the supper dishes outside the door and mistaking the dummy for his sleeping charge locked and bolted the door Turlingtons clover ruse was not discovered until 9 oclock Sunday morn- Â¬ ing when the guard attempted to arouse the dummy for breakfast Tho alarm was given and the search for the fugitive was begun At eight oclock Sunday night one of the searching party returned and reported that no trace of Turlington had been found except perhaps throo horses which had been stolen during tho night at different points on the road to Jefferson Cit3 It is thought that the fugitive may have taken this means to get away Turlington was regarded as one of the most desperate men in tbo Southwest He was the murderer of Ex Sheriff franmcr and was a con Â¬ fessed train robber The former crimo was committed after he had been ar Â¬ rested at Sedalia for shooting at a rail- Â¬ road brakeman A confederate supplied him with a revolver and he attacked Sheriff Cranmor one night when tho latter had taken his 6tipper to him He shot the sheriff in tho breast but tho officer succeeded in bolting tho prison Â¬ ers cell door Leforo Turlington could make his escape Whilo awaiting trial for the latter crime he confessed to be Â¬ ing the confederate of Bill Temple in Tem- Â¬ the Vinita 1 T train robbery ple was convicted of the latter crime at Fort Worth Tex and is now serving time for it Turlington was convicted of Sheriff Cranmers murder and was sentenced to be hanged He was granted a new tearing an 1 was awaiting tril when ho escaped Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER MANIACS BARRICADE BrotherÂ¬ I i 5 iStfeep7L jrfaw aCubnffg fc lGCQJeC JJftJOJJt Si rgLj-s-igtg- u gr11 T - 1890 NUMBER 21 ILLUSION AT SEA Over One TILE COMMONWEALTH George W Chim a wealthy farmer and prominent citizen of the Schochoh neighborhood about six milos north east of Adairville was found dead near his residence his body riddled with bullets Crim was a very positive and ag Â¬ gressive man and had many enomies among his neighbors Wm J Simmoxs presidontof tho Eckstein-Norton Industrial College for Colored Youth died near Louisville a few days ago Ho was for ten years president of the Colored State University at that place Governor Bcckxer has granted a pardon to Roger Williams the deputy sheriff of Bell County who in making an arrest of Wm Dickerson in Middles borough last February felt himself justified in defense of his own life in shooting and killing his prisoner Dick- Â¬ erson was drunk and flourishing a pistol in his brothers butcher shop and hav- Â¬ ing run everybody out of the shop Williams was called in to arrest the danger- Â¬ ous man He told Dickerson to throw up his bands and the evidence here was partly contradictory ono witness tes- Â¬ tifying that Dickerson did as he was requested and another that he did not do Hundred Victims Go to the Bottom Off Barnagat hip Han The St Louis Lodge of the ntr anil rttth p Uy a si range Sink In wii Minutes Down un r i Iinp collided with afour- r on Thursday evening and both Tho arrived in Bg from IJrazil taM crow the first and he ertrineer and surgeon known at y persons out of Barsaafjftt Yizcaya of tho Span- - s sank almos Imvat 1 lU imcr I at 1 p m E ard the crew of ner that have len ired that all the others The details are mea- ft ISrooklyn Friday for llaanaand other Cuban had a large carpo of freipht iaeaya - sseajerli and nine reri- There were others on who are not entered on 0 i on r She was a much larger than the Yizcaya and rmmedi- bore down upon her Her ruck tho steamship on tho ni rs carrying away tho calin The captain of tho io was standing on tho -- rasted schooner Thursday tly v- ad sunk crews wero There wero id cries which eople on board tho Tho captain of that vessel I r the spot where1 the cries ss were heard as quickly as nd saw the spars and masts of pear Several ruggling in tho Boats were lowered and twelve re picked up The cries wero and not another could be ng some time the Humboldt lined away A negro was picked up afterward He belonged Yizcaya The captain and crew unknown schooner aro supposed a aaaa drowned It is lelieved no hundred lives were lost collision - lata both issengers killed E and water A TEST CASE Thr Bf ill- IuvMivoriH Timet Again Stopped master anil Itriii s Suit on - rt I proceeding of Thursday ihie aiain throw tho e lition of tho Leavenworth mail Friday morning - was unmailable ccause it the list of the Catho- Fair raffles m fcvinff mt of tho postmasters 1iStmaster General Wanamake- u r Ritchie and in re- rram of inquiry simply Friday after- by the Times in tho It Postmaster Ritchio The claim is mado m WAS KICKED TO DEATH The Indiana Asylum Crime Further Con elusive of Against the Attendants Pursuant to an order from the grand nt the Jury at Richmond Ind which is investigating the recent murder of T J Terrible Story From Russia tung confirms tho iiiuuiu jii me iaaaiii iiuiiidi lor lll- arsaw that while a num- - sane by attendants the body was again taken up Sunday and another and more re leaving Russia lx ing to emigrate to complete autopsy was mado by Dr W B Fletcher of Indianapolis and Dr T J re fired upon by the RusTho autopsy was pea The Bowles of Mumie irt however stated that made to discover if possible whether Blounts death resulted from billed while tho Mr it only four of tho parly other causes than those already known as tho officers at the asylum had claimed before the grand jury and at other times Bee Keepers Elect Officers that he had died of asphyxia congession of tho Inter- - tion of stomach pneumonia paralysis A iation at and several other diseases The iiver lowing officers wero lungs heart stomach kidneys and P H Elwood Starkville N Y brain were all examined in turn and rest City found normal which disputes tho story P Dadant Ham- - that he died from other than beingkicked to death Three more fractured ribs r Albany N Y were found making eight in all that lace of next meet- - were broken Â¬ K Â¬ i law can forbid an American lr Â¬ Advices from Yokohama per steamer he Ohio Supremo Oceanic state that a telegram from the application of Louis Oska dated October 14 says that two e to filo a poti- bound from Fusen Chinese la the proceedings to en- - to Jinsen had foundered in a gale on i ii ting tho October 9 sixty miles from the latter m Hoard of City Af- Kongo port The Japanese nnati- - The ground for left Kube for Turkey October 10 w ith is that the case is not a the survivors of the Turkish notion Ertougroul Of the 500 persons lost on the Ertougroul the bodies of 250 havo Th Nicirajua Canal a Canal from been washed ashore irey town has progressed Bed Biddea for Fifty Five Years r about thirteen andone- Miss Lizzie O Smith widely known Tho canal will be com- died in and open for traffic in the next as Tho Modern Martyr Williamantic Ct Sunday She was born at Eastford Ct in 1838 She was Korrta Watts Murdsrer unusually vigorous ind active until she a wood chopper of was eleven years of age when she was arrested and con- - prostrated by a violent cold which demurder of Norria Watts tho veloped a disease that settled in her man who was as- limbs making her a helpless invalid ut hunting near Cumberland She was confined to her bod for nearly fifty five years Oar Population A bulletin gives tho Killed by Hi Bride of the Inited States exclu- John Williams a miner at Bradford ea in Indian Territory In- - Coal Mines Ala near Birmingham vations and Alaska at marrled a young woman living in tho r40 neighborhood about three weeks ago Wednesday night in a fit of jealousy Gsnulne Lsprosy A genuine case of leprosy has been the woman picked up a pistol lying on red at Chester Pa and there is tho bureau and shot hor husband kill Â¬ She has been ar- Â¬ Tho ing him instantly ooanasquently much excitement victim is a Swede John Anderson rested Man and Wife Asphyxiated Another Original Package Decision Wm Mottling and wife were found Judge Caldwell of the U S Circuit boarding house in Court at Little Rock Ark held that dead in bed at their boon asphyxiated They bad the recent act of Congress and tho Chicago A hole in the elbow o the by gas Btata laws of Iowa the origin- street filled - main pipe leading from tho and has no proteois dead with poison whilo Mottling Inter Staaa law after it crosses tho room slept Before retiring tho and wife rder of a prohibition State ouple had tightly closed every door and window for fear of taking cold T nbjr St ilea The notice that the Gcvernment would Drawing the Lottery Butlneis Down Fine ell t nd railroad indemnity Postmaster Ritchie of Leavenworth has led to Kas Thursday morning excluded from the discovery that all the indemnity the mails the entire mail edition of tho i of their tim Â¬ Leavenworth Times because it contaln- ber and i ad a list of articles won at a raffle at a Catholic Church Fair during tho early A Rto trie ibis Coincidence part of tho week A reniarcalle is tho coincidence Flnnrtng Hills Wrecked la of three pionoer iVilliana Birch aged v Boremans big flouring mills at Mar- Â¬ and Jacob Lfevre aged 104 lon Kan wore wrecked by tho bursting nt to Iowa when Indians of the boiler Cy Allen the en nd r homes in the hills was taken from under tho debris with of IJurlington and vicinity and have the upper portion of his Ixnly cooked nco Their deaths R Bozoman one of the proprietors wa3 red within a few minutes of each terribly burned men-of-war man-of-war man-of-war I Knocked Ont Chlnesa Drownsd Some time ago John Tunis a boiler maker underwent a sevore surgical And Discharged Men and Strikers Are Re- - aperation for cancor at Baltimore Sinco instated then ho has given evidence of an un- Â¬ sound mind He slept with a hatchet The trouble which has existed in St under his pillow and his wife feared for Louis for the past few days between tho her iifo Tuesday ho became so Western Union Telegraph operators who that his family decided to send violent him to are or were members of the newly or Â¬ an asylum He overheard them talking ganized Irotherhood of Telegraphers about their plans to dispose of and the Western Lnion Company has him and with the cunning of a ma- Â¬ been amicably settled Tho members niac he proceeded to defeat them Ho of tho St Louis Lodge held a meeting carried a wheel barrow load of bricks Â¬ Wednesday and it is officially an- to his bed room on the second floor and nounced stops after arming himself with a butcher preliminary that were taken to dissolve the local knifo and base ball bat ho barricaded lodge Tho lodge will bo disbanded the door and defied any one to tako him as soon as the regular forms necessary Threats and entreaties to induce him to for such action can be pone through come out wore in vain and at last with This removed all local cause for his wife reported the caso to contention between the two parties and the A polico was policoman the telegraph officials have reinstated constantly on watch to capture him not only the operators who voluntarily as soon as ho should open tho door Mrs left their instruments and walked out Tunis being opposed to using force of the office but those who were dis- Â¬ During tho day ho called for water sev- Â¬ charged At least out ward harmony is eral times but could not be induced to restored and tho ripple of excitement open the door to receive it He tied a which disturbed tho troubled waters tin kettlo to a string and lowered it from has subsided tho second story window It was filled and he drow it up Food was sent him CAUGHT IT FROM A CAT in the same manner Tho family moved Three Members of a Family Dead From out of tho house Wednesday and left Diphtheria him alone This action on their The family of Bobert Paul at Mid part they hoped would caused him to try Wis has been afflicted by to make his escapo Several officers dleton diphtheria which was brought into tho were concealed in tho cupboard and cel- Â¬ bouse in a singular manner About four lar but ho was too sharp for thorn and weeks ago a stray cat camo to their home did not coino out Wednesday night his and one of the children bandied and wifo passed him some food through tho played with it Although it was notic- Â¬ window and ho promised her ho would ed at the time that it discharged at tho open tho door Thursday morning Ho noso and mouth nothing was thought kept his word and at 0M oclock opened of it until soon after when the little tho door and permitted himself to bo boy came down with black diphtheria taken of the most malignant kind that the doctor said he had caught MORE DISMISSALS from the cat The boy died then a sec Â¬ Telegraph Operators nt Kansas City anil ond son took tho disease and died Tho St Louis Discharged A Walk Out at the father mother and daughter were also Latter Place down and recovered Allen stricken Two Western Union operators mem- Â¬ the only remaining son and support of bers of the Iirothorhood of Telegraph- Â¬ his parents cared for them all through ers were discharged at Kansas City their terrible sickness holding one of Tuesday by Chief Operator Nronson the boys whon dying and preparing No reason was given thorn for their dis- Â¬ them for their last resting place with missal but it was intimated that they his owa hands When tho others wero were discharged because they wero recovering he was taken down and Brotherhood men Ono of them denied died belonging to tho order and was taken back pending investigation LEGISLATED OUT At tho Western Union Telegraph of- Â¬ The King of Holland Offr nly Declared fice St Louis Tuesday aftornoon two Incapahlc of ovcrninr more operators were discharged and At Wednesdays session of tho Dutch places were ordered filled by other Parliament the question regarding tho thoir employes who refused to tako fitness of the King to govern in view of places The first operator rofusing thoir was ys health immediately discharged the condition of Ii whereupon was put to vote in accordance with tho some twelve or fifteen of tho best men section of the con tiiuuon providing for donned coats and walked out a declaration by Parliament in tho Some of their the strikers are not members event of the King becoming incapaci of the Union and state that the dis ated By a vote of 10J to 5 Parliament charge of their companions was tho declared that His Majesty was baeapable only cause of their walking out The Council of State governing of The Western Lnion offices in St Paul has been temporarily invested with regal Tuesday gave no signs of a strike al Â¬ powers most a full force being at work Super Â¬ m intendent McMiehacl says they aro up The Heiress Gets Her Coachman Wednesday afternoon Miss Lizvio with all tho business and have not been Phelps a society belle and heiress who at all hampered by the walk out except lives near Bingbamton N Y was mar- Â¬ for a couple of hours Monday night ried to William Slattery tho family Thero aro altogether twenty three men Miss Phelps is a niece of out twelve of whom wore discharged coachman the lato Judge Sherman I Phelps con Â¬ while tho others quit of their own ac- Â¬ cerning whom and whoso relatives thero cord has been unlimited newspaper g The bride who is one of three sisters is WRECK OF A CIRCUS TRAIN about twenty seven years of age and is Two Men Killed 15v a Collision of Sec Â¬ tions of Itaniums Cars n tleorgia worth SI 00000 The groom is illiterate Barnum and Show had a but of good appearance smash up on tho Covington and If aeon Balfour Doing Good railroad near Macon Ha Tuned J and Mr Balfour has pushed forward tho wero unable to appear at Athens in con- Â¬ arrangements for the construction of sequence On a grade the first section of tho show train became stalled The railways in the distressed distri tho west of Ireland The work of build- Â¬ engine of the second was uncoupled and went ahead to help out tho first Then ing the roads will furnish employment for a host of laborers besides those liv- Â¬ the third a heavy train got a slart down ing in the districts through which tho grade and became unmanageable The roads will be built Men coming from a breaks wouldnt work and the train distance can if they desire have a part crashed at great speed into the rear of of their wages remitted free of charge tho second section Tho engineer jumped but the fireman a colored man to their families named Glenn of Mason and a showman Governor Page Creates a Sensation named Kelly who was on the engine Governor Pago of Vermont created a were killed Kelly is a whito man from appointed as chief of Kalamazoo Mich sensation when he Several cars wero his staff Colonel Herbert F Brigham badly smashed and a number of fino who had been his opponent for the horses wore killed The seven hundred Gubernatorial chair He also appoint Â¬ and fifty employes of tho show wero ed as a member of his staff Colonel Her- Â¬ ramped by the side of the wreck all day bert E Folscm who was tho Democratio The loss is estimated at 20000 candidate for Congress in the Second Had to Kill II 3 Insane Son District Near Prairie du Long 111 fifteen Hlnlster Lincoln Leaves For Home miles from St Louis Louis Ritten Mr Robert Lincoln V S Minister house son of a wealthy farmer who left London Wednesday for Liverpool Â¬ where bo will embark for New York ho had been released from tho insane asysaving been granted a leave of absence lum and declared well went to tho farm Tal by his Government He will return to Df Louis P Talbott and shot him England in January and resume tbo bott will die Rittenhouse reloaded his gun and went to his fathers houo luties of his office where bo shot his brother He then r Indians Sentenced to Death drew a bead on his father but before ho Pascal and Antloy two of tho four could pull tho trigger his father split Flathead Indians who have been on his skull open with a grubbing hoe trial in Missoula Mont for tho murder of throe white prospectors were con- Â¬ H bbs Confesses victed and sentenced to be hanged fo It is stated that Hobbs tho porter cember 19 The Indians who all along whoso wife wa3 mysteriously murdered showed the utmost indifference as to it the home of his paramour Mrs tho outcome of tho trial broke com- Â¬ Piercy in London has confessod tbo pletely down when the sentence was crime to the police throwing the blamo on tho woman for striking the fatal pronounced blow Â¬ m hood to Be Dissolved Save Himself From the Asylum Lock Â¬ ed in a Room Armed and Defying Ofn eers and Family for Days Pimples Blotches AVD- - PERRINS GLOVES MILLER HAT jRP EVIDENCE That wrong and that the blood is nature is endeavoring to throw off the impurities Nothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as S cits Specific S S S It is a simple vegetable compound Is harmless to the most delicate child yet it forces the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood Â¬ LYONS UMBRELLAS a I contracted a severe ccse of blood poison me for business for four years A few bottles of Swifts Specific S S S cured me J CJoNks City Marshal Fulton Arkansas Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed bee Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga that unfitted W B BRIGHT WSHUME OF1 AC f n MADISON Monumental RX11MOM forks KY B BRIGHT CO W SUCCESSORS I lSItKillT DEALERS IS Hume Clay has been indicted at Paris for his recent forgeries The edition of tho Lexington Press was confiscated for publishing a lottery it advertisement Tin Mafia has begun operations In Louisville The body of an Italian was found in the river with a knife thrust over the heart Â¬ FINESHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods -- h Eveline Lander an aged colored woman living near lielleview Christian County was burned to death in her cabin the other ovoning At Paris Sanford Young colored was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary for hog stealing He has not been out of the pen very long where he served a sentence for the same offense Ex GoYKiois David Mlhiweathfii celebrated his ninetieth birthday in Louisville a few days ago During bis long life ho has been a member of eight- Â¬ een different Legislatures served out the unexpired term of Honry Clay in tho United States Sonate was Secrotary of State was Territorial Governor of New Mexico and was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention of 1840 50 He and the six other survivors of that body have arranged to meet on Novem Â¬ ber 13 at tho convention now revising their labors in Frankfort Tin Lancaster House at Corinth was destroyed by fire a few days ago to- Â¬ gether with R 11 Squires large ware house and Henry Jones grocery EnvvAitn E Bakiox of Kentucky has been appointed to a twelve hundred dollar clerkship in the pension office Wm G Smith and Jaoios B Williams Kentucky to S900 positions in pension Â¬ o 1 WEST MAIIV FLICJtilVECiNriD - - -- KI31JTTD0t5r IMPOHTKn LINK of- - Every -- - Character MONUMENT MENS UNDERWEAR i and grade of Monumental Work from the smallest stone to the most LB Imported and sec inc OR MOST ELABORATE Sl STATUARY ma Call - NECKWEAR FULLDRESSSHIRTS b I Our prices compete with city houses Designs ft rnished on application -- j r - i v 1 Pt T vO20 T Av A v Native Marble and GRANITE always on hand i office Chldren Eu ned to Death The Lake House Starbuck Minn was burned Two children of the pro Â¬ prietor E P By nee were bur o badly burned that they are not expected to live Arrest who murder Â¬ ed Lewis Thomas a colored flagman in Memphis last Tuesday night was shot and killed Thursday at Holly Springs Miss while resisting arrest Frank Shel ton colored Shot Wnla EeslsVri rs in a Broad- Fals Heir to a M George A B II It Pv the recent sadden death of Mr L w ir luiiel in New York bv inbalinir pas A Robinson in Brooklyn N Y Judge through a rubber tube attached to tho cca Wayne County Pa gas jet Ho came from the Pacific falls hor to property valued at 61000- t Suicide lm a Mew York HoUl A F 7 in th- Oatlng The public debt tober was 360- PcuVc Debt Redaction r iavf Oc- - aod Original Proprietor Sidney B Hamilton Waco Isaac Staple- ton Crab Orchard Geo W Watson La- grange Eli Nichols Scottsburg Wm Scott Albany Increase Joseph Hud son sr Hudson Ke issuo Simeon O ITS Yates Grand View Re issue and in- Â¬ crease John Borne Fairmount OrigMiss BESSIE BARBOUR will inal Widows etc Katie widow of Thos J afcNanon Louisville Vornona widow take a jt John Schvettlin Louisville Disia widow of Wm Stamper Rock House of Girls John father of Andrew J Ware Ansel Maggie widow of John Ilarrod Coving- Â¬ For instruction in English Latin ton Mexican Widows Ann widow of And we are ready with our- French and German Terms anil John Anderson Georgetown nvixrTON on the 27th for the first other particulars will be made time in a quarter of a century passed known in person or by circular COLS WEATHER under Republican rule J T Thomas MISS CARRIE BARBOUR the Republican mayor took charge of tho office and tho board of aldermen and the councilmen were sworn and organ- Â¬ having returned from the Cinized In both these tho Republicans cinnati Conservatory of Music liave a majority The Swift Iron and Steel Works Har- Â¬ will take pupils in vocal and in Newport has been trans- Â¬ stiumental music at her room in pers mill ferred by the sureties of Henry 8chn set the new M tool building in the Theres no rcom for further to a Duluth syndicate It is probable rear of the First Presbyterian argument Our choice they will begin operations in a short Church time stock of School will open on Monday Mr John Haly for many years ono 9- of the largest contractors in Central September 8th Kentucky died at his homo in Frank- Â¬ fort tbo other evening after a few days Boots Shoes and In lato years Mr Haly had met illness with severe reverses and while at one time one of the wealthiest men in Frank- Â¬ 1 fort died a poor man He was about sixty five years of age and leaves a wife is now offered at prices which and several children most of them ninke ik beyond question the grown LOWEST PK1CE 1IOL SHi IN The administrator of the late Thomas TOWN quality considered J Megibben has brought suit against Oliver L Perin Timothy Hayes and Above us stands no competing George Hubbell to compel the comple- Â¬ stock below us he no com tion of negotiations for the purchase by We have ele peting prices This Fine Saddle Stallion willl make the the defendants of the Megibben distilseason of iSco at the Fair Grounds gant goods and plenty ofl leries and Mills at Lairs Station at Richmond Kv at them We have all the lead the agreed valuation of 42500 John E Chii hill of Murray died ing and representative TO INSURE COLT suddenly a few days ago It now trans- Â¬ pires he committed suicido with mor- Â¬ Ife was phine and was found dead hands high 1ESSECOBB is years old and was an ex jailer chestnut color 4 years old weighs close to FALL WINTER STYLES and an old citizen of Calloway County 1200 pounds fine action and is a model There is no roason for this act other saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond 1st dam by Tuttle horse he by Estill Eric than that he was tirod of lifo for Ladies Gents and Chiand Bell At Covington Francos Hughes daugh- Â¬ sire of dam of Georgette 219 ldrens wear Our prices are a ter of the late Granvillo Hughes died Vara 23s Second dam Lucy by Young Daw Crockett d dam by Cannon Whip Tho child had attempt very suddenly bomb shell for competitors Traveller ed to swallow a grain of coffee and 4th dam by will but a blessing for the people All care le taken to prevent acciit lodged in her wind pipe and she was dents or escapes but will not be responsiThe Shock Postponed Our prices may startle but Tho father of the ble should any occur Lien reserved on Young Woman Murdered choked to death Counsel for Cal Wood sentenced to they will not vex the caretul Near Stilesboro Ga a young woman child was killed by falling down a flight the colt for the st rvice fee death by electricity for killing Leandcr buyer Pasco his father-in-lain Warren named Baker was assaulted and mur- Â¬ of stairs CO CHARLES E C0LYER 40At Danville tho safe at F W Hand County N Y has served papers on the dered with a club by an unknown party warden of Dannemora prison for a stay Her father found her body near a field mrns beer bottling works was blown and aaaa a aaws Baa savn an between 100 and 200 stolen The job of execution Wood was to have been in which she had been working - HMEJir-HW- iAre the Are the raa a neat one and evidently the work executed during tho week beginning The Injunction Befused f professionals VETERINARY SPECIFICS November S but the stay will compel Lowest Prices Best Tho Superior Court of Cincinnati has a prominent citizen IlRKltl a postponement until tbo appeal is set For Eorsss Cattle Sheep Dogs Hogs refused the application for an injunction l f tled iit- lo died suddenly at his AND POULTRY to restrain Mayor Mosby from appoint- Â¬ any induceany object to mar Cri fton the other evenin- 500 Page Book o a Treatment of Anloala A Symphony In Whte and Green ing the new Board of City Affairsof Cin- Â¬ and Ihirt bent Free b thirty five vi art you ment I o if pultons Inflammation Reports received at Knoxville Tonn ecu Fever cinnati AAibpiial HeaTnsitia Milk Fever Extent of the Lottery Law Monday night show that a considerable II B strain Lameness Rheamatiam A Doctors Bevenei Iliatemper Nasal Discharges Postmaster Van Cott of Now York quantity of snow tell in the mountains D Ynesof Oceola Ark found makos DrW Hots DD Cough or II ubs Worms If so come in and take a look tho announcement that the act of Two to four inches aro re Â¬ that night aves Paeamonla EK a wealthy planter Bellyache at our splendid new goods the ported at Cranberry This is about two Dwiht McKinnoychamber and shot and Congress excluding lottery matter from FF Colic or UripeHemorrhages bed Misrarrlaire the mail prohibits not only the mailing or three weeks earlior than usual for in his wifes and Kidney Diseases Illi lrifeary Diseases Mange killed him He then shot his wife throo of lottery tickets circulars etc but lIErnptive of Digestion Paralysis In some places snow in the mountains iuies fatally wounding her JK Diseases ilso newspapers or other publications jiiow has fallen on green leaves BARGAIN ASSORTMENT 60 Single Bottle over 50 doses of any containing any advertisement with SpcctnVs Manual Kore Italians at H w Orleans Stable Case Cure Oil and Meditator OF THE SEASON Veterinary Getting Serious 700 Â¬ The Italian steamship Kntella from ottery or gift enterprise of any kind ofOH 100 Jar Veterinary CareSent Prepaid anrwhsu Advices havo been received at Lis Palermo crossed the bar Wednesday fering prizes dependent upon chance Sold by Druggists or bon from Mozambique to the effect that morning for New Orleans with another and furthermore that the law officer of and In any quantity on Heceipl of Pries So Humphreys Hedicii e Co 109 Fulten St HT So great in assortment the British gunboats Mosquito and Her Â¬ hatch of 480 Italian emigrants the post offico has decided that advor ald have safely ascended the Shire and So hon pleasing in style tisments of European government pre-Â¬ BwTHPSBEYS sntorod the Ruo river Portuguese P American Coigresv Approved mium bonds aro held to come within So reasonable est in quality HOMEOPATHIC A aters Letters of recall havo boon sent Tho President of the Republic of tho provisions of the new law in nrice Give us a chance to Senhor Froltas the Portuguese Min hili approves the propositions of tho SPECIFIC No Two Tragedies at Nashville and we will give you for your Pan American Conference sterto England In use K yam Th only snci naif ml remedy for B mnnor mnrcs Rnrtc rti Shrvoe rr Lee colored was shot and killed Bud Beady for OBrien and Dillon Nervous Debiiiiv Vital Weakness jy William Young a bartender Short Sentenced Tor Llf Hats than any ether house in At a meeting of the Irish National and Prostration Jron orsr work or other eaosss William Mortell and James McGrath y afterward Felix McGee was killed ly SI per TiL or 6 vials nd lnrs visl powdsr for St town League at New York Tuesday night aero sentenced in Chicago to lifo im Â¬ William Tippons in a disrenu reoeiptot fc u bt Deuooirt orsentl postpaid onatraTL f P IhsatIlrioS d in irrangements were made for a reception prisonment for the minder of Polico Â¬ iouso Both tra to OBrien and Dillon at the Metropol Â¬ man Adam Fryer Sashvillc Tcnn A itan Opera house November 10 NOTICE ADMINISTRATORS steamer will be chartored to go down the bay Sunday morning to meet tho two gontlemen All persons indebted to the estate of U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Highest of all in Leavening Power DR JOE T HOOD will please call on Ex Senator Killed or before the 1st day of January i8iand At Macon Ga Ex Sonator J W Rob settle same Aftet that day accounts will Dins of Tall Bottom was killed irstant be put in the hands of an officer y Tuesday afternoon in the fair grounds 1S21 CHALES STAlP Alm jy a falling pole which was erected for He was fifty five t balloon ascension ears of age and leaves a large family D I desire to sell or rent privately the The Coftae Harvest large two story An official report issued by tbo Dutch aV V Sovernment states that tho Government Upholsterer and Furniture Repairer Caroffee harvest in Java is only 9 Ail work neatly pet laying a specially Eighteen years experience Shop situated on a good coiner lot in Ellia piculs A dispatch from Rio Jr 109 Irvine St 2nd oor from Post office itates that the Brazilian coffee harvest on Ky known as UeHoganj I y m very abundant 22 fl U COJLYEH Pensions for Kentucky A D FLORA School for Girls Class Y JZs o 2 D RUFF 5 3 7 r - 2 Â¬ 1 Twsnty A Great Fall sr S J - -- Â¬ Bargain 0 a - r 3 s a Q 1 WATCHMAKER KEAIEK VVatcbes JEWELER IX a G Clocks Jewelry Silver wid etc tt c v -- 9 - r -- Plateti war Sc ial 1 Attention given to T3 t s a FETTINGf DIAHOHDS - JESSE COBB Eats - AND OTHER PUECIOUS tr m - s 9 oo REPAIRING Promptly done and in a workmanlike manner Cash Paid QI ii a a Cii a 2 fr Old Gold asd Silver next door Ky Â¬ r a n Dont forKet the place to the Post office Kicbmond 30- - I fifty-- seven i3i GGRMLEY IIAS THE AITTEH Â¬ II 0Ft CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ XMNEST LINE YH Â¬ wr teiss Â¬ Saddlery AND s Trotting Horse Outfits j Â¬ f f fiO RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positiveh cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enowgh for one hundred chickens It is guar Â¬ anteed If after using two thirds of a botde the buyer is not thoroughly satisned with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Â¬ W C Gormley Co STOCKTON BROOKS I m D91 a K255a L Baking P l4Af imm ARM KILLER For Sale or Rent STORE HOUSE Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE The Madison County B Brooks is at the drug store of Stockton Richmond a large number of They offer at extremelr SWISS COTTAGE grooms lot 401120 Testaments to ttvise who them able to are low price to 10 foot allev Orchard Street away to all who QLEEN ANNE COTTAGE t rooms and propose to give them buy lot 3x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine are not able to out the county are requested to see that and Orange Streets the poor of their respective vicinities are DWELLINGS-7-neTWO FRAME 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant supplied W L CRUTCHER President lots all well finished Mad Nat Ba 49 48 Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS 40x150 feet generate or as s whole on Fifth Street for THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS addition on Walnut Street Powell 50x160 feet each I hare a lot of No 1 Southdown taV For prices on any of the above for sale MRS E W WIGG inquire of 4- JOHN F WAGE w FOR SALE BIBLES FOR EVERYBODY South Downs Sak THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON PUBLISH EU E EUY WEDNESDAY Editor BY Th9 Climax Printing Ym Co G White Ciias PKB S Powell PRICE YEAR 150 5 1S90 Vcl5sdy - - Kovciabcr THE FLECTION Tun Ciimvx l hey spaa its columns Baonaafc hoping to ial tckgiata oidtwd from the election lUi i the have Ix en U XT MOT in learn is that Indiana mocatac -- nincrati - trkaaaaa I robahly elected is probably Brark i next C iy ilay B made his frn at the He bad a n as manifested McCbkakt lay carry in tin- Eighth I is- - - m preemct M the speakership SI of the Sfiad A UTEKAIrt HESS impoa- - It has b I literary Si journal to profit- ath Int The Old at Sa tircui I J R Willi ms ached a irty thonaaiid Bad lmilt CONCEKNING FARMERS tory hooae with all approved modern mad At a public sale in Mercer county corn an be done by the sold at i ts n a d uln Harvey Cobb had shipped from Grange Saturday seven jacks and nine jenm THE -- ILK MAS BANQl ET At the browning sale in Jeaaunine the honor corn sold at 170toL90 jKrsluk bogs the Thunnan Cltiii and six acres of toba per a Hon Allen ti The great tobaceo warehouse trust has tj seventh birth at last been organized and the arti otf in that city Thararsay incorporation filed with the count v clerk ir proaa at LuaawQle to lie T K Wh is buying up quite a drove csman of hogs He haw already boaght about nty seventh i rices ranging from 0 to i ted A well a ists eye a picture magnificently grand and thrillingly beautifu The last place visited ana the Mammoth Hot Spring It certainly has the rijrlit name It is a hugh mass of sulphur formation with hot spring hulihlins up all over ten acres of elevated mound like A palatial hotel ground a V S peat hospital blacksmith shop poat OBBee and a few residences constitute the buildings in the little town The K P K B runs within seven miles of this place tinni har is the station where tourists who travel hv rail to the Park take coaches At every brnpottBttt and go IllllWIfll iint in the Park is a bage and commo dious ho huih hv a syndicate of railroad men who have a lease on the ground and transportation privileges for twenty years The hot Is are very large containing from one bandied and titty to three ban Â¬ died rooa rer day The tiallatin Jederson and Kuliy val 1 leys are K autiful indeed saw more wheat oats and barley standing in shocks than I have seen afaace 1 left Kentucky and Texas The rivers running through these valley are huge affording plenty cr for irrigation Batte the tirst city we reached going to rk is the largit mining camp in rid containing a population of fifÂ¬ Virginia City the next teen thousand point of interest are pawned is tin mining camp established in the here old timers made their start in rhich culminated in the present gtowth of the State it being among the of the rat of the mini Great North West Boaeaaaa the first city reached on our return is the county Beat of Gallatin county It has a population of two thousand Bad is supported by large flouring mills and the richest agriculture valley in the State Helena is another mining camp grow n into a large city It claiming fifteen or twenty thousand also claims more wealth than any city in ild Deer Lodge the ioint bom which we started is beautifully located in trailer on the banks of the Deer Lodge river It has a population of fifteen hundred and is the educational center of the State Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 40 mule colts mule 65 about 600 cattle on the Mules were plentiful and hard maiket to sell not much demand for stock and liicutly the day was a dull one The Kentucky Fanners Institute met at Bardstown on Tuesday of brat week PresiDr Clardy of Christian county dent too 1 Nail editor of the Farmers Hon Charles Home Journal Secretary Y Wilson commissioner of agriculture was present also Professors If A Sco ville and 11 Gorman of the experimental station of the A and M college The Institute held two days The subjects dis- General depreci aereaa follows ation of farm lands in Kentucky value of clover as a fertilizer the liest education effect of riorer OB for farmers children soil best dwelling house for the farm why every farmer should raise all kinds of fruit the exierinieital station of the AandM college raising lambs the nursery business for Kentucky the selection of seeds the butter dairy merits of the tobacco HoUtein Friesian cattle Resolutions warehouse consolidation were adopted condemning the warehouse A resolution was adopted consolidation endorsing Mr J M Samuels of Kentucky tor superintendent of horticulture at the Worlds Fair Mr J H Stewart of Mr of Hardin county brother-in-labankin Mason of Madison county read a paper on the bestedueataoa for farmers children which brought out numerous comments and occupied the entire evon---io- n Mr Stewart also occupied the chair the last day of the session The next meeting will be held at Lexington the time to be hereafter announced and every farmer should attend one vearlini Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ on House in Madison county Ky Tuesday October 30th 1890 aged SO years and six months He was bora in the county near where he died and never lived far from that point In fact his father Charles Searcy came to Boonesliorough in 1775 with Daniel Boone and helped build the fort which stood only several miles away Charles Searcy had a brother and a cousin Bart lette and Richard Searcy who were daring pioneers The three were in the party who were surprised by the Indians in Rockcastle county with disastrous results while on the way to Kentucky They were with the party that rescued the daughters of Boone and Calloway Richard was killed near Fort Kstill Some of the Searcys were at Dudleys The defeat and ran the gauntlet Searcys were always at the front in time b Bryant Searcy was a gunof danger smith and made aa perfect a rJaVe lock stock and barrel as could anywhere be found in ante Indium days He was also an expert in the manufacture of various metal wares including jiewter spoons and basins and manv pieces of his handiwork are yet to be found in the county preserved as momentoes of an early day One of his daughters Mrs Alexander has the copper moulds in which sons were made Bryant Searcy was a brother of Charles Searcy Sr of Waco who was the inventor of a water wheel in all essential respects like the Turbine He also invented a nun bine that was nearer perpetual motion than perhaps any other ever originated He was the father of C L Searcy inventor of Searcys Ledger There is a wonderful amount of genius in the Scarce fun ilv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SEE OUR LINE OF FALL WINTER BE ON Will Ft ft OVERCOATS P0WR COR HAGAN AND i you make up your mind to purchase your Fall and Clothing Furnishing Goods Underwear Hats Caps WHEN Etc and get only the best your amount of money will buy To get the best for the least money there is only one plare lor you to go and that is to the old and reliable house of COVINGTON ft MITCHELL the largest Retail Clothiers in Central Kentucky They keep in stock everything that is new and stylish and you cannot ask for anything in the way of gentlemens or boys wearing ap The fall has been a little back parel but what they have it in stock is true but it will be a long time before we have sweet April ward it showers and we advise one and all to prepare tor the Ions cold win ter that every one the goose bone included predicts We do not advertise to sell Clothing it 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 aa a call inspect our magnificent stock learn our prices and we are con fident that 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¬ Mill - RICHMOND - - KENTUCKY solicit a aJuna of yoai li They keep DRUGS BOOKS STATIONERY PERFUMES SOAPS DYES Piifll lils Sin in and every thing else Smiths Syrup of Biack Cohosh for eoaghfl and Keep 1 i - wint mind our mense stock oi I CLOTHING COVINGTON before You Buy A TOl till SIOT IN KANSAS 100 KrAYAKD J 100 Correspondence I w of the Climax 7th Clear Water Oct ill 1S90 by 1 li 1 1 kuow Record i the eontnr ad iucliidii 31 ing the baaqaet M to in Mercer county 7 hogs were boaght in small lota at 3to3 rs of hogs were bought elsewhere in the county at K a a citizen At public sale corn brought S 7J er barrel UOUstB Til NATIONAL IAKK The cattle market in Madison the past iCorrtsspoodeii i of xu- - ClimaxI few days has lcen hrisk and price Draa Hotai Some 1300 pound sold for U 1st returned from an extended tour atniut 100 fat cattle 1700 to 1800 en hundred miles to the Na- Â¬ IMunds sold at S4VI Mr T D Chen had the pleasure of tional Pal Id ISO bead and Mr James B id mysterious devel Â¬ Parke- - 7H ur company was re opment n says the Advocate is n and William Williams shijijing from Mt Sterling depot about and a young man Ln oar load of cattle thir ami jkt week for which na a ing from to j per hunW a the S8th day of A dred W H Bash shipped last week Ll7 teana provia- - cattle to Boataa for export for which be fully very thing paid from 4 to 4J cents They av that was calculated to make the company 1500 poaada happy and the trip pleasant We reAt Mason fi Henry s sile of jacks jen turned twenty eight days thereafter nets and horses on Wednesday of last r travelling over hills and da k stM k sold as follows Lt head of rrived in the Flee hoh w eight 7 mule cottc k in a shower of rain 0jacfcafromf9BO to 1075 40 jennets W in the evening abiut from j4o to S4 7o Smith Bridges u our tents a- - quickly jut sold a jack to D L Smith for 1150 and proceeded to get sapper which su Hinn SeaaasJ when prepared wa- - enjoyed by thi The Ohio County Kentucky Fair Com- Â¬ er much When we naBS the morning we found the ground pany has made an assignment wit liabQitiea The grounds near Harttord Notwithstanding with snow the inclemency of the weather we visited were improved abut five years ago and ItheQaeeaa Laun nearlv every fair since litis heen held in the Tain D Ihehat fair more than dry large loiliagepring We next vis had weather and Prismatic paid out but not enough to pay for former ited the Excek itered around there for ill luck Plsiaai Hmiu Journal K W Lee representing waiting for t iA hman of to erupt hours Cincinnati has made the following pur but it had one of its contrary 11 failed It looked like a large boiling chases in this county A car load of 1 caldron coveting BB round 100 pound cattle of J A Harris Sin a BeeChing and babbling all tin- - time the car load of J F Cash weight 1675 a - iK autiful presenting to ti car load of John O Neal weight Lj560 all the prismat and t car loads of F Keid weighing the rainbow After our curiosities had Ix en gratified iKiwiLsthe price paill fhiamf at this Rint we went to the Upper basin Juunml ers and boiling The Mexican Government ht BBBced a numerous among them ia Otd Faithful duty of ioX ier car ujem American cat who is a regular jeroriiier At intervals tle and has asm refused to permit the ty live minutes she bescbea 501 bushels of grain s nt with each car of lorth throwing the spray and water from cattle as feed to B9 through unless a duty aereaty five to one hundred feet and con of thirtv cents kt hushel be jiaid This ing twenty or thirty minutes We action is understood to ha purely retalia also saw the River Side Splendid Grant tory against the McKinley Uirifl states irand licehive Grotto Lien manship Castle iens and the two cubs tesides many Kentucky thisyear Brodaeadoaly one lious to mention Of the oth and a half million bushels of potas there were the V an any of the large Morning tiiorv iem Fan Sp l The largest producer is Mich Mortar 451uk Sand basin Haisy Punch igan with nearly ten million bushels and others all vicing with each which is about as much BB both Wiscon r in l auty of prismatic colors Those sin and Iowa Ohio has 7000000 The rally of an oblong or circu- total yield in the Halted States is LtS- lar form from eight to fifteen feet in di bushels or only half of last years nmeter and some of thcrs are very deep crop depth of one has been sounded eight L T Polk National President of the hundred feet and no hottoin found Farmers Alliance from a tour through ne lake We It agnificent Ixxrr of water in the States of Kansas Nebraska Missouri Iowa and Illinois says the growth of the the known world at that altitude it being thousand feet above the level of the Alliance is unprecedented and says Allisea Its dimensions are twenty by thirty ances have lnen formed in thirty five small steamer runs on it States numbering in all 34000 lodges and six imodatton of tourists but we embracing a membership of 2000000 He for expects the membership to be increased a wind was blow di to 5000000 within the next year is waves into fury remindT D English reorte the sale of C Â¬ ing ocean when swept by a tornado The grandest of all is the Yellow Huguely on the Bad and J W Linney ills If the volume of water were of Mercer on the Llrd as well attended ara it would lc thegrandeat and good prices realized Mr Huguely qui sold about 40 horses and several I t that the eye of man ever leheld iistanoe apart can cattle Horses ranged from s t tattl satue time but the up astoi quality J W Linney heard at lower falls the former falling a distance sold 20 horses that brought from 100 to 150 as to quality 6 milch cows fr ad sixty feet the --latter can to 53 per head scrub s indred and fifty i some fat cows and heifers e water paases ia 50 per head nder is what has 21 to I narrow water that Court ray Sales Kejort of Capt Tom bee low Stone Lake and tbetrib- - Ferrill Auctioneer The stock at tone river lefore Water street baiagB new thing worked nLarioaoftbe falls as ther- is not volume better than wis expected A great many falls to hide the stock men expressed diss n oyer iflrnel D change and owing to the crowd ing hard to get down there the sales make and prices low One wei SO yoke eat one yoke 4000 esiks can 4 yearling steers good grade 2 me on whose U long yearlings n I feeders low grade 2300 or n mule 9 he was a owb present to the tour- - one be bod Speeches prominent lem - dent le an himself wili di Johnson boaght of different par Satlclli Johnson lSOateera weigh ing from 1000 t 1400 poaada at J cents K T Â¬ N At Purgin end you a few items from this part of the West I am a Madison county man and feel interested in mv friends in old Madison Times here arc hard The farmers as a class are tha most hardup people I ever saw There isno home market for grain The stock all has to be shipped East Hordes and mules maiket is very dull are a dead drag I have not heard of a horse or a mule selling since I have been here Cattle very ljw hogs about the I learn from the same as in Kentucky farming class that one corn crop in three is about the average here and one in four for wheat Real estate has declined a great deal in the last five years A house and lot that woulJ have sold five vears ago for a thousand dollars can now be bought for one hundred and fifty dollars six hundred dollars less than the cost of the building Town lots at once sold for one hundred dollars can now be bought for five dollars I speak of Clear- waer I suppose all other towns are the same I learn that filtv eight thousand of Kansas population left last year At that rate it would not take long to depopulate the State This is the dcaJtst country I ever saw My advice to people who live in Malison county is to not come here to better their condition farming here is too uncertain and trade is as dull as a doorÂ¬ Â¬ The readers of the Climax will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure and in all its stages Halls Catarrh and that is Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known Catarrh being to the medical fraternity a constitutional disease requires a con- Â¬ stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors haye so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co Toledo O 21 24 Sold by Druggists 75c FINE CLOTHING Y011 is I til lM twiniibiL MITCHELL Clothiers and Furnishers near Hotel Glyndon Southside Main Street con Before You Buy r - HOLIDAY GOODS arriving from markets and will your inspection 10th Come ai ceedinglv nice p is now I 2 ik EN m WW nw KY UlVatt Mil RICHMOND NEXT SESSION need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat Wednesday Sept 10 1890 THREE COLLEGES Classsical R L F partments of Sfaly Leading and Mattel Ffftrs C Da I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest styles and best goods and I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES and more DnIq onrl Q11UUD Winterthan coming pair ofnothingor Shoes Ineces CL11U Cllirac sary JJUU to good Boots have is a q Scientific and Letters M A tive Course- A full faculty of able and men ench Dcgiu Louisville By Olover Tobacco Market Tobacco Ware House Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 2479 bhds with receipts Sales for the same period of 800 hhds on our market since January 1st amount to I2i4SS hhds 4 Durrett Louisville New Gymnasium More tha added to the endowment last year Expenses mo Attendance i and Territori tuition board attention wahin Our market this week is without any Â¬ Â¬ nail mr n nub h Si i - S1 4i Â¬ Yesterday I took a walk en the Santa Fee railroad a mile east to view-- a dog town I took a field glass so as to get a better view The dogs were there by the thousands They are lively little fellows et Kansas is a 1rohibition State whisky is sold all the same The drinking places are called joints The whisky teller are hardly ever prosecuted Thousands of tons of hay and millet wiil be burned this winter There are thousands of bushels of corn piled up on the farms without shelter All has to be shipped East or lay and rot There are a great many people stuck here They bought land at a high price and can not sell it all or if they do sell they have to take a very low price so they hold on hoping to some day corre out even But it is my opinion they will be stuck for many years J T K Â¬ new features the better grades of leaf in good condition continue to sell remarkably high while the common and funked grndes arc relatively very low A few hogsheads of low grade new tobacco were sold in our market this week being the first offerings of the season The crop is unusually late in beginning to move The following quotations fairly represent our market for hurley tobacco to all sizes qualities and prices Try a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES TTTq-J-I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices of PEEPAEAI0ET DEPART and two action to the thoroug cipline ot pup The new Gymnasium c study hall seated wi nient recitation roon ment of a first class tri Careful attention training Stud gymnasium am under the c Oratorical drill th For further particu ply to L H BlANTON Â¬ Prof R I Pi nj w M A P chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders T7llTricVlincP VJUUU X1 111 llifcllXJJg fTrrrrlc TTnflPYWPAY igllt Slllv I Shirts from the cheapest up Collars and cuffs in abundance Neckwear HandkerÂ¬ Trah Dark or damaged tobacco 200 350 Colory Trash 400 to 3oo Common Lugs not colory 3 30 to 5 00 Colory Lugs Soo to 14 00 Common Leaf f 7 00 to 900 Medium to Good Leaf 0oo to 1600 Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 2500 Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 33 00 STOCK MAEKET EEFOET By GREENE m KM BUY medium jIC XjIC heavy plain fancy cotton woolen LIVE Li W 30 uati Uuiou Stock Yard ami tovluglou Slock Varus Stock OmimiKsinn Merchant at Ilticln J POWELL Coriaer McELees ft I f 9 S i cV Â¬ i Â¬ -- t -- Â¬ Â¬ potato-produc-t- Fair to Good 3 50 3 Common and Rough JQ 2 2 751 3 Good to Extra Oxen 2 50 or 2 Fair to Good Oxen 1 7501 2 The Methodist church deals with its Common and Rough preachers who doff the sacred robes of BUTCHER CATTLE their calling to don the livery of the jwil Good to Extra 3 400 3 itician The Tennessee Conference sus Â¬ Fair to Good 3 iorf 3 pended Kelley who gave Dp his Extra Fat Steers 2 75O 3 Â¬ church to become the prohibition can- Fair to Good Steers 2 50O1 2 didate for Governor from all ministerial Good to Extra Cows oii 3 1 751 A little dis- Fair to Good Cows functions for six months Common Cows I 25OJ I of the other churches cipline in some Rough Cows and Oxen 75OJ 1 would give the public more reapect for BULLS them Interior Journal Best Shipping Best Bologna 2 10O MATRIMONIAL 1 9O0J Fair Bologna 2 1 Fair to Good Feeders 75 it 1 Miss Fannie A Morton well known as Common and Thin 1 251a an attractive visitor from Winchester to FEEDERS AND STOCKERS friends in Richmond will be married November 13th to Mr Walter Jackson 2 90 Good Extra Steers 3 2 75a 2 Fair to Good Steers of 8hrevesport La 2 00OJ 2 Good to Extra Heifers Miss Hattie G Fubank and Mr WilCommon and Thin Stockers 1 75OJ 2 liam Huls both of Clark were married COWS AND CALVES at bethlehem church that county last week the Lev EL D Clark of Ml Best Grades 3S oo4o ling pronouncing the ceremony The Fair to Good 20 00035 10 oorfiS bride is a daughter of ex Assessor John Common Best 5 ooy 5 Fubank and the groom a son of Mr WD Fair Veal Calves to Good 4 50 5 Hulsbrotherof Mr Thomas Huls of Rich- Common and Heavy 1 75a 2 mond The hitters daughter Miss Mary HOGS Huls composed and played the wedding march which was much complimented Select Butchers 4 4 io Fair to Good Packers 4 oo 4 by those peaaeat Among those 3 6og 3 H Sale this coun- Â¬ Good to Extra Lights were Mrs YY Light Pigs 2 500J 3 ty Mrs T J Hul6 and daughters SPRING LAMBS this place and Mrs C B Sale of Alabama The handsome appear Extra 5 405 5 ance of the couple was remarked 1 SHIPPING CATTLE Cincinnati Ohio Nov 3d i80 Good to Extra f 3 8oir 4 down Its mlmovt HeDol 00 60 o A GRAND FEAST OF BARGAINS iet4 Tom Glad to Me too old ten years pince wa wi re marru tunre u experience wftiiiiL i tTl so ao mm aa asoal bganaetluag I cant afford Well we all n ml llWMtllm ffot Da 00 75 25 bat I piees want will VmTjii itarted to keep down eipen Im mean and fhes t haying anything to show for it Yes 1 50 t lr Having determined to change our business January 1st 00 00 I 50 00 Everything in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost - 00 90 Jo 1 EVERY lie ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN 00 25 Â¬ 00 00 00 00 25 00 Oo Stock Consists of a EULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Un Â¬ derwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole - wn street and she looked a I think she is and bare to be Mj wife on mjk i than anyone I erer km- i g me wi h some dam the comfort and and shes always merrv bow she manages it she alwsrs a Ob thats my secret coTered her secret When we ma knew we shon have to made one co And she was ri ht I w self for double the snb- - r It together from the title pw the stories keep our ht 1 of important erents 21 me posted so that I can talk what is going on my w new Idea from the hooseaold deyaitnn- I all her il s and those for I she gets all her patterns for nothing izme ana we sav the croup be doter ln Sanitarian Depart What wo Demorests Family Magazine What Why thats and I told her it was an Well my fries grand mistake and or soon as yon can on my wifes account shes boaad K tea set In ti ne fur our tn sxedmBg My gold watch was the premium 1 gonp a club Heres a copy with the new List for clnbs the see in it what yon wnt totits only to the pablL herund tell him w hat yon want it is a tack hamtneror s makespecia terms for rone part cash ii Mr Â¬ TVm 15 10 75 55 Crooke Bennett August 27th 1S90 Urmston he 1remlam 1 CityLots forSale ie-s-m- er Â¬ 50 Â¬ 1 DIED Widow Lucas died near Big Hill Fri- Â¬ day Mrs B Francis died near Fort Kstill in Madison county on Fiiday Oct 31st about 30 years Buried in Richmond cemetery Sunday Comm u u icatd Â¬ FREEMAN TS P M POPE HEADQUARTERS FOR la7rmi nJs Â¬ Â¬ - Win T Fox died at his home near Clays Ferry in this county Nov 2d ia the 86th year of his age who was during many years of his life a prom- inent and useful citizen If the writer is correct in bis recollections Uncle Billy as are all called him was twice chosen by the people of his native county to represent them in the halls of our State ature once in the Lover House and once in the State Senate Uncle billy was once chosen by the people as Assessor over one of the best and most ipular citizens of Madison county but aevat afterwards would consent to us in a public way He was never mar- Â¬ ried Bnt none who knew him can ever forget the great and abiding interest he took in the children of his sisfers all of whom preceded him to the Glory Land He was a grandson of Capt Tow one of the pioneers who served with Boone and Calloway in the days that tried mens souls He loved the Democracy of Jefferson and Jackson and failed to support the chosen stand- Â¬ ard learers of those principles We have laid him away in our leautiiul f the dead but shall not soon forget his many noble traite of char- Bry Both the method and results whe Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts feutly yet promptly on the Kidneys and Bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels coirls head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the tnste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its IN B00R KKPIH6 THOROUGH INSTRUCTION SH0RT H4X0 TYPE WRITINS PENMANSHIP effects prepared only from the most AT THE BRYANT TELEGRAPHY ETC ETC STRATTON 80SINESS COUEIE SOUTH WEST healthy and agreeable substances its UUKNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATAL080E FJEL many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drugHas opened her Store on East Main gists Any reliable druggist who Debts ilue McKee d TRAYNOR for may not have it on hand will pro- Main Street with a full line of ue Her vice 01 stallions serving mares cure it promptly for any one who ELEGANT MILLINERY in 1887 18S8 18S9 and 1890 must be paitl to Owen KeKee All mares wishes to try it Do not accept any A Traynor Has a competent City Trimmer in farmed In 1889 by McKi substitute A T charge and is prepared to furnish the having colts living at weaning time CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO will he paid for by Owen McKe ladieiwith goods at moderate prices died at his home mouth SAN FRANCISCO CAL aaSame old stand opposite Second owner of the colts April 14 1890 L0VUVIIM KY near Red 44- UW Y0HK Ht 18 31 Presbyterian Church OWia McKEE Â¬ Â¬ more than half a century the name of Freeman has before the public Dont you recolloct tiiat 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 pocketbov k and his ideas of value to make boots and shoes He also has a first class line of CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES in stock and can fit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Tioutons famous Cocoa tliat is now the rage every where 19- afWCall at No 2 First Street FOR I have a few lots on Fifth ready for sale These lots are fully located on high and rt Inu ground and are conidt erybody ax being the best located ot any in the city for resideii Persons who wish to buill nice boaaai will do well to examine ibeae will only place a few on lie rket at present I have a plot of the ground al Dr Poynizs office T S BR0NS70N I 7- All Kinds of Hardware REMOVAL I HAVE MOVED MY Blacksmith Shop Coal Vases- Â¬ Â¬ J micdnmdvjytz umuwi Lee MaupiniImPrtant STOVES -- to my new building on T where I have every best of work more rapidly than ever I be- Â¬ fore Will be pleased to see ail mv Irons and manv new ones aW Remember I have moved to Street bet Irvine and North Streets 11- - SLMIDK1 A JTINWARE OF VERY--DESCRIPTION J 6 WILLIAMSON CITY KXGIEMB Mrs Â¬ Â¬ m1 GUNS AND AMMUNITION CALL AND SEE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE Civil Engineer and Surveyor Turn Â¬ I iSurveya made for Railwnv pikes Roadwa Farm drainnge Town s GENERAL LAND SURVEYS ti retraced Special atu innimnliicaJ mam and dI J farms ant and enoe solicited with parties interested auUa in mom sWOffice City Hall Richmor 9- - WmWUKmHmmmmmmmmm r 3f- - BKSSMasatBraassvBa badly wounding hiui ibbed Mr E C as the jxorr8t court day of Park came down hist night for Dr tin- vsr and telegraphed to Nicholasvilie fori C Too much stock running at lanre upon Lilly a brother of the killed The two Lillys have bad several troubles the past few montlis and the affair of yes- Â¬ - lencv Mt CraadaH if buildi terday was no surprise l Hill avenue Cant Down Is almal coBtnuM to ton at the When a man puts his eye on Madison Boasaaa Mill r Monumental Works work he will have k r io a lsrlar tban no other aa evidenced by the appended paragraph from the Stanford Journal The earn of G Q Wtoe against Hon Mr J I IVrkin is building a mi J S Owsley far 1050 for a monument IQtotole wttmm ard until noon yesterday eti BMBd turkeys wanted the Smith ease having precedence when it was See ad n A I iil continued till next Monday It will be the shotgun reaneasbered that there were two monn- shipped to Mr Owsley one by oriv f r tliem der of Mr Wine and the other by order r by the ladies of the Episcopal of Mr W F Francis Mr Owsley took the colas fcosn 5 to in latter and claimed that he had not given Wine any instructions to ship Wine Iudiir of lie Lick is claims that he bad a well understood inty Clerk tor big mule contract and the suit is fa decide which Hill is right in the matter use it freely upon Kirhiuuuds Ug Sale of hots Sad prowling shoal The sale of 150 fata in the Dunngham t Ilillt addition to Richmond advertised in the - and bnrglani are entireCuMixby the Bichmond Investment Hon - ami there must In I tli Co the past two weeks took pan last Wednesday rid shooting done The day was more of a March -- swinger than a calmautum one k is building There was wiul and rain and snow in Uia farm in Union precinct ion ntry are putting on the There had been no advertising of eon seouenco away from home Kichmond v Bom have had not claimed every thing within a b SI tliey thirty mile radhas nor was SftJ when there a htass oy banting done they will let yuu band and an imported auctioneer Put the lots sold and sold fast and for and there were no by bids or othMay Feciiheimer formerly of this appointed by the Scr- er gerrymandering Nor was there a fat Every fat put Dp went to ibe Board of Public withdrawn the highest bidder Nor did the deeds contain anv promises of a thonaaml anil David heiault Sr has removed one things to be done by the company to from College Hill to bit make the sales stick There were the atera suburbs of lots on reasonable terms and they sol Three hundred and thirty live fata sold lerb W H Millers noted BBd far 91600 and the company has 115 Mike jumped on a ptck left The proceeds more than reiiay the and killed himself He company far the purchase price and the rn old expenses ot surveying ixc The 115 lots ut a clear profit and will go off at Thorpe formerly Deputy il so in charge of Ir the next sale for something lik K w depot P P Pallard auctioneer Thoa Thorpe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Lilly Wilson Kfllin at Irviae John IL WBaan County Suerintcnd Vetoesdiy - -- ovtmbcir 1890 entol ruhiic Schools of Estill count v and Ir P A lillv or hi irant Lilly attorney-at-luen- ninj Bee lout r mortal con hat at Irvine yesterday over Kiclirwmid niu t have a Btssai fire enthe vote of a colored man Wuaoa was shot by Dr Lilly and in turn shot and gine March weather has bsesj Sam for a killed the Doctor instantly and then shot Â¬ THE CLIMAX Cirant Lilly Grand OftWr The delegates to the rand Lodge of Odd Fellows mentioned last week have returned and report a prosperous se The order throughout the State is growing The officers elected were William O Duncan McIIenry Crand Master William G Simpson Owenton Deputy1 Grand Master P P Wilson lxington Grand Warden Wiliam White Louis ville Grand Secretory George W Morris Louisville Grand Treasurer Richard G Elliott Lexington Grand Representative George W Morris who has tilled the of fice of Grand Treasurer for thirty three years presented his witdrawal from the pending nomination for re election to that office but by a unanimoii- rising vote he was recpuested to reconsider his withdrawal and was again re elected Past Grand Masters present J o Hemin gray Louisville George WMorris Louisville J C Underwood fiiliiinlioa 0 William Reinecke Louisville J P Piaster Maysville W H Holt Frankfort J T Willis Williamstowu J Frank Grant Petersburg P Ellfatt lxX ington AJ Peed Louisville The fol lowing are the names of the nomine Grand Officers far the ensuing year Foi Grand Master -- William G Simpson Owenton J L Stout Bowbng Green Rev H Hall D P Louisville Foi Deputy Grand Master J M Daniels Paris P P Wilson Lexington T Wilson Harrodshurg Grand Warden William Remington Paris Thomas H Gordon Louisville C R Tudor Rich- Â¬ mond Thomas R Gordon declined Grand Secretary William White Lmis villo John W Thompson Mavsville Grand Treasurer G W Morris Louis ville Grand Representative J Frank Grant Petersburg Appointive Officers J T Reddick P Paducah Marshal Henry C Metcalfe p g Lexington Grand Conductor George If SandonP i Columbs Grand W P Guardian Rudy P G Mavsville Grand Herald Rev s x Ball P D Lmisville Grand Chaplain Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a Â¬ - Considering the large number of other II txtnian Piano Tuner of lots on the market the slight advertising is now in this city i outside of the county and the distance W bites drag store will re- - from the court house the sale of lots attention demonstrates thai the people regard Rich Â¬ mond as a gnw ing town With B p lie received a tele from the Colmnbna peauV ana future ij It is not generally known that Rich Â¬ hat lie bad died and the mond has more building ii progess than shipped to her any town in Kentucky She has the surks show that rounding country the money schools rfeired for the month water ami railroad facilities to back up a amounted to a little more city and that is what she is compelled to Oft and tonne I le in the near future Â¬ im clerk take the law laeajrtog Alter the Chun h Trinnijihaut s but an exception should A contributor says This church a 11 the case of burglars -- shiHt branch of which in located in Richmond t fix Sever go through the is attracting an increasing number oi iL them to jail er after truth in this and other countries Mr Beedham a gentleman from London s one of the guards exposed wheat at Donanaa England arboia acquainted with some of t Frank Miller the new est departures of religious thought istol and overcoat and several of the churches which are ail with S others peculiar to this country has been visiting Mr L E Francis Mr Beedham has had lorman will open to dav a before him the testimony of several mem- oust with haadqaartSH this church and has acquainted sulioasa His The himself with its faith and practice of flour from Lexington result of his investigations maybe tanning Mills rill received by the 11 The Church Triumrized its follows phant is not a popular church it goes be - at Richmond von I a mere intellectual belief in a dead 11 bmntoi- and gone Christ and an emotional admi und only ration of His life and teachings It re- to other the life practice to be a mat ill the burglars tioii of the Divine atributes It teaches iv leaving the dot the making of the ideal real It shows aid airend the that Christ has come the second time from sin Selfishness l excluding them from with powei place in it The cost of adn men Main street and Female Institute as is all that a man hath Many of its de tly annoyed on court totoea have been stripped of all that earth conroming from school holds dear rather than give op their The old maxin Every man for victions W T Harris Jr the prominent himself and the devil take the hindmost Mt Sterling is in Bkh- - has no place in its creed Rather is its vicinity potting out Isqae principle of action from each according rines and to hie ability to each acrnrding to his He carries an excellent stock and ita sheltering arms arc The Lis Fire Saturday Niht iiids his busi- - stretched over its children wherever they Between 8 and 9 oclock lire was discov may be We are informed that Mr ered in the four story Ponanza Roller Raria repee- - Beedham was a practical businessman m Mills on lower Main street The alarm i iucinnati rt Ctori London and other cities in England and spread rapidly and as the people rushed bj many of the former that for twenty years his occupation re toward the mills flamea were seen to isM inty as baving quired the exercise of much care and sue from a stable on Water street The aded the Teachers Institute caution in the investigation of alledged idea at once prevailed that incendiaries member of the Lousiana facts brought before him Mr Peedham were at work lieat excitement and deie about to proceed to Rockfard the bead moralization ensued A glance into the cpiarters of the Chnrch Triumphant Mr IV Iiubry bad a surgical op mill showed that the tire was beyond conii trol of the two chemical engines which Ill- - Liver Out of Fix lrrf nned on bis lei in a bos- last week by which specialist but from had reached the place The wind carried We are not a liver the thigh bone what we know about gall it is clear to the smoke and sparks to the northeast was great danger of the flames He has been troubled our mind that the editor of the Nicholas yet there lling for a year or two vill Democrat had a bad case of liver last spreading to the west along the north of Main street while there was greatMy well week Indeed his actions strongly indi- side er clanger of the houses on the South side He was generally rcy thenault and Har- - cated a jeminy fit of Main street taking fire from the burn- Â¬ Snnday by special train warlike and especially so towards Madiing stable The gas works next to the which city they at- - son He led oil with a column tirade Constitutional Convention mill on the east were in imminent danting They announce against the Â¬ Mr M X Driggars Barnaul N Lf Bto LiJhmond has collectively and Hon Curtis individually ger but the works secured thesuperintendent of list of the saaed to the East Ttonaean Vir- - the aaeaaber from Madison and hose and engine at the mills of Myi and the remainder calling bun a polished old fool arse just across the street and having lanptoiini other similar descriptp lie will also laasai as soon of the had thirteen years experience in a fire de- Â¬ Having done up the piitical part This puts Kiciimond on partment successfully fought the fire ems of railway universe be attacked the religious and away It would have la en something ot Bound out a column of wrath upon the Lassies a volcano had the reservoir ofgas and the Kev Mr irinstead of Waco now preach Sajiper heading his article immense tank of oil taken tire ing in Jessamine The chemical engines for lack of a from 5 to 10 oclock p in at Among the Pottery the luxoii building on Main street the applied to Mr Gruistead are properly organized lire company or from soft terms siseaaal Church will give uInapired idiot preaching a spe some other cause did little service In s sapper for the benefit of the church an fact while everybody was willing to acute relinious dementia Ujtou You ass in another line from the one in Sfhjcb work and did work with a will there elery ices cakes em take supper v it h the ladies instead he and his seemed to be no leader and the efforts i been exhibiting of at home At a sug sharks are creating a com were not well directed gang ol gospel to blow up one of the residences three lion Thief CaagLt motion detrimental to public morals C T Wells found his horse adv uised shame confusion and morti sticks of dynamite were bfonaht and through thrown loosely in which bad no percep Â¬ in last w fication in several localities It was vAX weak minded tible effect Twenty or thirty sticks or actional I and ridden by way of Foxtown to daft and lost their two or three kegs of blasting powder in ne and turned loose its innnitessimal creature who is the little frame house next to the mill main and tail baving been cutoff Mr senses would have blcvMi it higher than a kite ering the weak minded coral table I Proaddus and Democrat with both and confined tin fire to the mill Tumkev jumped onto the io trail and he linally the crowd attacked the hl- r feet and displayed night ia Clark and brought bank hou e at the corner of Main and P dog a fietunlay He proved to W a smooth ninityship like a vellow stieets used bv Wells Co as a coal of his mime than hurt known aa Henry Clay McKinuey lie kind of fice and J M Rifle as a plumbing in detault of a byor the fifth house from the mill and in rinsky ia1 of half an hour utterly demolished tip and ignorant ranraa Ke it By thfa time the mill was falling in Livery Firm dirt poth man I and the four tenement houses of Mayoi toy aadHC Tray d along Main Mr Charles Hunley training eminently qualifies him for J S Collii I them his brick li a maddog slinging mud at people Ed Powell as an annex to the he jail Possession P as ia firm faj Burnam is tral Hotel another by John Christopher aud Drummer White and th other Al- uglily familiar with 1 the words ireamhleof the bill two by General Nelson and Pick Uuck hom removed -while Mr Traynor istituion Mr tin contents ig and handling of tirinstead incurred his displeasure Hard work at the fire on Water They will do a livery feed and a prayer confine ns to the stable Other luding that of Puchanan bill increased would and Mr Traynor in - b - Â¬ Â¬ i i Â¬ I llistinpiislicil Missciurian Wliasp Mother Mas From Madison That versatile writer Mr Samuel M Duncan of Nicholasvilie contributes to the Jessamine Journal the subjoined interesting article Gen Elijah Gates of St Joseph Mis- Â¬ souri who attended the burial of his only sister Mrs llizabeth Puford on Thursday Oct 23d was one of the bravest of soldiers in the Missouri State Guards under Gen Sterling Price during the late civil war In every battle from Lme Jack to Springfield Missouri Pea Ridge in Arkansas to Corinth in Mississippi on to Murfreesboro Chickamau ga and Franklin Tennessee Gen Gates distinguished himself as one of the most courageous men in Gen Hoods army At the battle of Franklin he lost his left arm near the elbow It was torn off by a shell while leading his men to that terrible charge in which Gen Hood lost over torn thousand men It was in this charge on the works of Franklin that six brigadier generals of the confederate army were killed also Major General Pat Cleburn lost his valuable life After the close of the war Gen Gates settled down at his home in Missouri lected sheriff of si Joseph county afterwards chosen Secretary of state of Missouri and appointed Marshal of the State during the administration of President Cleveland holding the office eignteen months under President Harri- Â¬ son Gen Gates is an amiable modest man Courteous and respectful in his intercourse he w ins the esteem and con- Â¬ fidence of his friends and neighbors to an extent rarely if ever snip Sincere honest ingenious noble brave generous he is everywhere honored and beloved by the peopleof Missouri Such indeed is the sterling integrity of his character that a few would hesitate to regard it its the fruit of deep rooted religious principle under careful parental training by the domestic fireside Gen Gates was the son of John Gates of Lincoln county Ky and was born in His that county in the year 1827 mother was the daughter of Thomas Matipin of Malison county a near Maupin a relation of Washington very remarkable man who was noted for hi fearless bravery when his rights his mothers side were addn descended from the French Protestants aim were forced to leave France when Louis X I V revoked the edict of Nantz in 1085 His mother if I am not mistaken was the granddaughter of Robert Bumside a Soldier of the Revolution A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ saved by the free use of water and mud from a drain The stable stood on the rear end of the property occupied by deputy sheriff L D Maupin but was not in use The mill contained 14000 bushels of wheat and 200000 pounds of flour valued at more than 190000 The mill coat 000 besides the lot On the mill and cVon tents there was an insurance of 28500 The loss on the mill building falkvpd Mr C D Chenault and considering the price be paid for the mill will not lose a great deal but he and his partner Mr C W Burnam of Raton New Mexico operat ing the mill will lose 10000 Mayor Collins loss is So000 wit 200 insurance The residents on both sides of Main street for some distance removed the contents of their houses and some were considerably damaged Wells ci at several hundred dollars by the destruction of their house and Riffealike sum by the breakage of his Wfl The wildest rumors of attempted fires and robberies came in from all directions and men were seen going to and fro with guns and pistol- - to protest their property Two men were seen by Mr C F Moberley and daughter to strike a match in the rear of Donaldsons carriage works comer Second ssd Water streets and it is be lieved they were endeavoring to fire the shops as they fled upon approach Two men were seen running from the burning stable a few minutes before A little while after the Donaldson scare Mr J P Dykes shot twice at a man about his stable out on Third street and not half an hour later Mr Joe God tired his revolver at a man trying to break open his backdoor near the K C Depot AH these actual cases gave rise to the wildest rumors of men having been shot and houses fired in all parts of the town and for a time it looked as if the Anelse archists Mafia and everybody had been turned loose on the town It would not have been good for any suspicious looking character to have been overtaken Richmond has not had such a scare for twenty years- - not since jn t a faol in a neighboring town fun telegraphed t the bankers here that the James brothers were on their way here to rob the banks There seems to be no doubt that both fires were incendiary and it is probable that robbery was the intent but fortunately the people were at home and well armed in many parts of town Many houses of colored people on Irvine street and beyond caught lire from the sparks but were extinguished They removed their household goods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ alxjut the Thin Column Editor Ben Briggs of the Mayfield Monitor says the man who wipes his nose on his sleeve picks his teeth with a fork scpiirts tobacco juice oatbc cook stove and hearth rides to mill with corn iii one end of the sack and a stone in the other drives to market with hickory lines deposits his money in a laH win- Â¬ ters sock insists on paying his taxes in coon skins and wild honey fastens one gallus with a wooden leg and wears possum belly pants is the BUM old r who has no ue for his home paper and brother to the fellow who tries to do business without advertising i Lexiiigtoi out on the Richmond pifce THE DICTIONARY CULOFEDIA HORSE NOTES Ohio were successful in rowds and fast time time was 150 and LSI The races by electric light at Lancaster every way The running fr Â¬ PERSONAL Mr Pat Campbell of Lexington Saturday and Sunday at M F 1 spent re Â¬ Mr Green Proaddus Noland has turned from a stay of several years Mr Robert Bonner does not believe it possible for a trotter to trot a mile in two minutes but he thinks Sunol can come within four seconds of that time John II Wallace says the next move Â¬ ment will be for no records under any circumstances except in regularly con tested races against other hon The Directors of Charter Oak Driving Park have decided to offer S25000 foals of 1890 S10lX to be trotted for in 200 entrance 1893 and 15000 in 1894 with a special provision that non winners in 1808 can start in 1804 for 100 Jacob T Huguely of this county has bought of Vincent Cromwell of Lexington the weanling illy by Robert Mc-Â¬ Gregor dam Lady Pepper dam of Gama faon 2lV and Clorine half 117 by OnÂ¬ ward 22 for 1325 Dniuill Advocate The new grand stand club house judges and timers stand erected at a cost of 28000 are models of the kind The grand stand brick and iron is 200 feet long and 50 feet deep and affords every one a fine view of the track which LexutgUm Ltmder has been leveled The Germans are agitating the subject of breeding their own trotters Should they decide to do so there will be a good market in that country for lirst class American trotting stallions and broodmare-Iln large a number will be reÂ¬ quired is a matter of conjecture One thing is pretty sure however they will be very careful in their selection of stink - Stoat Funii Monday sixteen head of strongly bred young trotting Stock left Lexington for Anaconda Mont consigned to Marcus Paly the Millionaire copper miner Lady Walton 228 and two other ten yearlings and three weanlings com prised the lot They are all out of good dams and were Bred by Red Wilkes Wilton Pilly Wilkes and Robert Mc- Â¬ Gregor They cost their new owner over Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Monday Simeon Denny died in Rockcastle county aged 10i years He was born in North Carolina December 8th 1787 A large number of oil leases have been recently taken in Rockcastle county embracing 40000 acres of land This brings a revenue of 4000 a year to the eountv Toe Kinsa City Times advertises for taxes delinquent 24000 lots and The tracts of land in that metropolis advertising takes up 22 pages in the Times and illustrates what happens to a boom town W S Knott Esq formerly of Lebanon has received the Democratic nomination at Los Angeles Cab for the of- Â¬ fice of superior judge a position which corresponds to that of circuit judge in Kentucky He is a nephew of Gov Knott The Withers family of Meade county Ky held a reunion last week There all over six feet six Were six brothers inches ii height and the average weight is 191 pounds Their mother Mrs Mary Withers is still living and i3 SB years of age The Confederate Veterans Associa tion with a membership of eighty two Its baa been organized at Lexington objects are to see that no worthy ex Confederate ever becomes an object of public charity and far the benefit of ex Confederates in general An apple tree half full ot green apples and the ether half in bloom is a freak of nature nov presenting itself on the farm of Mr J H Prewitt near Hustonville Samples of foth blossoms and apples have been left at this office fltaabni Â¬ Â¬ of Fort Smith who married Miss Mary Punlap daughter of Pr Theodore Punlap de cased of Danville is attorney for the St Iouis Arkansas anil Texas Rail way re ceives S12X0 a year ami is allowed a furnished office a stenographer and type writer Two of the Constitutional Convention Delegates ire the fathers of twenty seven children Mr Prummal of Hickman has fourteen and Mr Purbin of Grayson haa thirteen Neither of the two is an elderly man and each teems equal to further good service to the country ArkanÂ¬ sat 2M John H Rogers Careftrl eiirniniition of the eighteenth volume of Aldens Manifold Cyclopedia hows that in many respects this remarkable work is superior to any of its competitors especially in its adaption to popular use IU combination of an unabridged dictionary with the ordinary features of a cyclopedia of unbersal knowledge is unique The definitions and pronunciation of the words are clear and accurate the illustrations are excellent the topics nre thoroughly created and embrace the results of the most recent Then investigations arid discoveries too the extremely low price places it within the reach of ad The eighteenth volume is full- up to the high water mark of its predecessors It is especially rich We find sketches of Hall in biographies and Hayes the Arctic explorers John Hall and Robert Hal ceebrated clergymen Hallem and Herodotus historians Haller th- - philologist Alexander Hamilton the Statesman and Sir William Handel and Hamilton the scientist Havdr the miiMca composers Hannibal the foe of Rome Hegel the philosopher Heine the poet and llengstengLerg the Hcrschel the astronomer theologian and many other meil of rcnown Among important articles in other lines arc Hallucination Hand Hanseatc League the famous trade union of the Middle unique Harbor Haitford Convention and famcus in our poKtical history Harvard Uaiversity liar Hayti Heat Heart Heaven Hell Heredity Heresv This great work and Hieroglyphics will make a plendid when compleed Specimen page- - sent free on relibrary quest Sold on easy installments if desired John B Alden Publisher New York Chicago and Atlanta it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ill METIS INTERESTING TO EVERYBODY Streng Makes I it So yon intend buying anything mentioned below it will pay you to COME AND SEE STRENG Here is what he has to say 500 000 OVERCOATS AT i TOO ft on aoo 1000 f And upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked Sixlts of CLOTHING AT 500 600 700 800 D0O 1000 And upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked sas Window Glass all sizes and kinds Stock the largest and prices the lowest Geo M Willoino Oo W Mail St For November A Laggard in Love bv Contents Jeanie Gwynne Bettanv Heroines of the by Junius Henri Human Comedy Browne Where lies the Land by Charles D Bell Some Experience of a Stump Speaker by B H Hughe- - A Philosopher in the Purple by J Harnett Smith Mv Lady Waits by Charles Washington bv M P The Fa Bonds Coleman mous Sonnet Arvers Translated by Mrs E W Latimore Whom Others Envy bv Accidents and Rose Hart wick Thorpe Trifles by William Sbepard British by Anne II Side Glances at America Wharton Journalism versus Literature by W J Henderson Book Talk by JulPhillips ian Hawthorne and Mehillc Illustrated New Books With the Wits by leading artists It LtopJaeanVl Â¬ f 81 50 jIons Boys c 1T5 Â¬ BOOTS AT Worth fully 15 I 200 250 300 350 Â¬ per cent more than asked Frtmkfori apital in California o W C Woods Capt R A McKeeand C Cox went to Richmond Tuesday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ Mr Wm Moore of Owingsville came over to see his daughter Miss Wynona who is attending M F I and staid from Friday until Monday Miss Minnie Smith Miss Mamie BaldÂ¬ win Dr W G White and Mr I Schle gel and wife were among those who at tended the Strauss concert in Lexington Thursday Col and Mrs J W Caperton returned last week from their bridal torn to the east and will be At Home Wed- Â¬ in November nesdays afternoon at Dreaming Creek Heights It is stated that Miss Georgia Barnes will marry Mr FMDuncan of Lexington in the early spring Mr Dun can is a son of Maj II T Duncan of the Lexington Press and is connected with the paper SUurford JotmaL C Camp a prominent citizen Gen of Knoxville was in Richmond and vi- Â¬ cinity last week He once resided in this county and has been absent thirty one years He taught school at Speedwell and other places and among his pupils were Mrs jl F Peatherage and Maggie Watts whom he called to see He says that things have changed so much hereabouts that he scarcely recognised any place and but few per- Â¬ sona He has been I S District Attorney and is building one of the finest houses in Knoxville Mr II P Dillingham opened his palatial resilience No oil Hillsdale Avenue Wednesday evening to a number of friends in honor of the Richmond In- Â¬ vestment Co The sapper served in courses consisted of oysters raw quail on toast with salmon salad turkey with chicken salad croquettes and oyster patties cake and champagne followed by cigai s and speeches Hon W P Smith referred- to the decidedly successful sale of lot that clay and sketched the internal improvements of Richmond and Madison county since 1868 and the great effort finally accomplished of uniting Richmond with Louisville on the west and the mineral regions of the east Ex Congressman John D White dwelt upon the resources of central and eastern Kentucky and recalled the giant efforts and the far sightedness of the late Col John R McDowell the first man to recognize the Wealth of the mountains and the desirability and possibility of linking the bluegrass to the mineral re Â¬ gions Lx Senator John D Harris spoke of the rapid growth of the country the expansion of all kinds of trades aud in- Â¬ dustries and paid a glowing tribute to the late S P Walters a co laborer with Col McDowell in the famous Three FYrks efforts President C I Chenault of the investment company was toast master and presided most agreeably No ladies were present not even Mis Dillingham being visible but the unsurpassed cuisine demonstrated that she was thereabouts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THIN COLUMN The Prohibition candidate for Oour the County Clerk in this place to pn his name on the pole book Resides he didnt seem to know that the voting is by ballot is made that Mr Announcement Usury of one of the upier counties is dead That gravevard can not now take nth required in i Islnn against ths lento that an usury is embraced therein Dave Martin is now Mayor of FVog- town and says a monument a big r blown out by the railroad build- be erected to the memory of Jim Sh Miller founder of the town Cn you bring order out of chaos we asked an applicant for the place of hav office boy yesterday oar ol ing left some days ago to attend sch - it heavy How hi applicant all in one breath D News man asked Bruce Champ reglar rank pizen What a boy in this plaWell now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m didnt J The fnOyOOO paid at Paris by a rich retired draper for Meknoniera 1814 is Of All Siads recorded M the highest price ever given I for the picture of a living artist The painting represents Napoleon on horseCant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent back surrounded by his generals on the eve of his abdication It was painted in Ladies Misses S 1864 and is thirty inches long by twenty Geo Piano Tuner of Horstman Mr inches high P P P ft Co of Lexington will visit The old Wickliffe graveyard at How- Milward Richmond once a month Orders at ards Grove near Bryan Station has store will receive prompt 00 w -- t k i lately been improved at a cost of several Whites Drug 21 24 attention aad Cliildreas The name of Harper which has been thousand lollars The gate posts each lliMi are agents for first Birxam known on the turf for many years ia 290 Iu it are interred among Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent about to be withdrawn Mr F P Harper others the remains of Roht Wicklitfe class insurance companies Try them 333-the owner of Nantura Farm having con- Â¬ Sr Roht Wicklitfe Jr and Judge cluded to retire and sell his string of fine Aaron K Wootfay and others well Otm Fifty Ymrw Urs WixsuWsS ithisiiSyrip hi Ix en md for Wc under known to a former generation yearling thoroughbreds r their ever tlftjr year by million of mother rhlldren wlnl- t othnitf with Derfecl sucfeM It stand that Mr Harper has been contem- Â¬ allays all tsiln Boftens the soothes the child At a meeting of ex Confederates held remedy colic ami the l plating the step for some time and now at Richmond Va on the 15th it was cures windwill relieve Uthe po rt Ultle ufTfor Diar rer Imrhoea It mediately Sold hy DruiLirtin lBeery part has fully determined to take it He has deckled to remove the remains of Gen cents a bottle Be sure and nlt I r Mrs world not had as good hick of late years in run A P Hill from Hollywood to the lot do Â¬ Wlnalows Soothing Syrup and take no other kind ning his stock as he formerly had and he nated by Lewis Ginter not far from the Little Harbor Shop Kemoveil thinks he will do better financially speak- Â¬ lee monument in the western suburbs Dont forget to come and see me It will pay you George T Lttle has re noved his baring by breeding raising and selling an- of the city It is intended to increase ber shop down street to the bouse formernually the produce of his farm He cer the fund now in hand for the erection ly occupied by Sanders cigar store sectainly has fine aires in Longfellow Boa of a monument to Gen Hill and to ond door from Herndons corner He singtonand Jils Johnson and no turfman locate the monument on the lot given invites his old patrons and the public genhas better strains in brood mares and in by i inter Customers promptly erally to cab holding annual sales his stock would at Everything clean and first The Constitutional Convention has in- waited upon tract attention from horsemen and bring 12 vited the surviving members of the Con- class and the best of work done Put the retirehandsome remuneration vention of 849 to visit Frankfort and atDonelson has a quantity of new Sulment of Mr Harper from the running tend its sittings They are W R Thom kies Surries and Buggies of the newest turf will mark an epoch in turf history son of Bullitt David Meriwether of and most popular pattern and at very The name has been identified with it for Jefferson Lirkin J Proctor of Edmon reasonable figures years almost beyond reckoning and from son Willis I Macheii of Lyon John Nantura stables some of tin finest thorÂ¬ Ik you want to buy a Sulky Surrey P Morris of Christian Si las Woodson oughbreds have come Before LongfeBuggy or Carriage call on Donelson for of Missouri and Richard II Hanson llows clay the stable under the work ami he has the latest best and cheapest THAT of Potirbon Capital judgement of Inele John had i world Sbcpp For Sale Dr Wm Garnurd formerly of thiscity wide reputation and he augmented it I have 2300 sheep tor sale including with a peculiar brilliancy and then came but now f Hot Springs Arkansas called at our office fast evening and told of 1000 select ewe Ten Broeck Valuable Lavinia Belle IL II Colyek 10- Test Unite and a multitude of others who having at ended at the Kth birthday dim er of his mother-in-laadded to it and to day the performers moved my Blacksmith aI have from Nantura have records for ffeetness Mrs Ann W Cohnrn nee Wood at Wood Shop tomy stor building on HAVE PRECISELY WHAT Vol WANT IX JOUB and endurance that have never been Mavsville October 18th Dinner was at Third Street and am prepared to do the residence of her niece Mrs Dr blacksmithing and wood wot k in a true And be it said to the glory of equalled KITCHEN WE REFER TO 1 the name of Harper on the turf through Morgan Twelve persons sat down to workmanlike manner employ eight all their phenomenal success as breeders dinner Dr Garrard being the only gen skilled workmen Bring your work to and racers they have been honest and in tleman present and he a widower Six me and I will guarantee satisfaction Id every race Uncle Johns instructions to of the ladies were widows Tl S L MIDK1FF ii run from eend to eend have been giv- Â¬ lady in whose honor the dinner was en To have this much said in this day given is fa perfect health except imand generation when trickery isso rife paired vision and hearing She invited Toil CIRCUIT COCKT CLERIC and threatens disaster to the interests of the partv to attend her 98th birthday of Speedwell is a cainti B G roViil the turf and the development of the dinner which we hope they will do ilicte for tircuil Court clerk of Madlkon JSmtoefaiaa Parti county subject to the action of IBS Dei thoroughbred is indeed a compliment cratic party i ur is the suggestive title of Italy In Mr Harpers retirement we wish him big sales each year and an enjoyment of an article tli Southern California which NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Midtcay Clipper Charles Dubley Warner will contribute his plenty to the November Harper Magazine RELIGIOUS he says is the land of the im- Â¬ Italy Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office agination mt the sensation on first be Â¬ at Richmond Ky week ending Nov 4 At Trinity M E Church in Cincinholding it from Northern heights aside 1S90 to is against eliginati a vote stood from its asociatious of romance and Aiford Jennis Hanen Buck bility of women as lay delegates to the poetry car le repeated in our own land Births Wm Howard 11 general conference James Frank by whoever will cruss the burning desert Chenanlt L Miss Ms Ionese Nannie Cobb Rev Q A Dawson will preach at the of Colorado or the savage wastes of the Davis James Morpaberv Wm James Second Presbyterian Church next Sab Mojave wilderness of stone and sage- Â¬ Day Charley Moore Minnie Mrs RancLe Maibe bath November tit h at U oclock in the brush and come suddenly as he must Estill Salie Richardson Laura morning and 7 oclock at night All are come by train into the bloom of South- Fields E H Mrs Slew Maggie ShelbvJ cordially invited Tn attend ern California Mr Warners article Ginnel I O Smith Irvine Rev R R Noel says that the result of w inch is Uh- first ot a series ot papers on Goodloe Nannie J Sheets Lula Turner Feilding his meeting at North Rolling Fork this uniciue and delightful corner of our Gooden Frank Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m country will lie enriched with many il14 days and 27 sermons Boyfe county lustrations from photographs and from Money order and registered letter hours was 17 added lo of whom were baptised prompt 7 a m to 6 p m AXD drawings by distinguished art lie commenced a meeting at Junction L B WILLIS pm of the largest natural gas compa- Â¬ night and asks an interest in One City last the prayers of all christians Stawbrd nies of littsbnrg having served notice upon its manufacturing customers that Jimniil r Dr Gucrrant and Chancellor I II it will cut off their supplv it is inferred Pianton eminent ministers of the Pres- Â¬ that the campany apprehends the ex- Â¬ byterian church will lie in Peattyville haustion oi their source of supply The on the 10th of Nov and will hold ser reason alleged by the company is that FOR YOUR HALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT HOOT regularly for some ten clays or the wholesale counsumers largely waste EXCELLEXTXECESSITY FOR WINTER longer Dr Pianton may come upon the gas atd that it will be more profitable to supply domestic consumers If Saturday and preach Sunday the 9th Services at the Court house Beutirile this were the real reason it would have been brought forward probably long ago It is likely that the company foresees a I I cessation of the flow of gas in the near NEWS PARAGRAPHS future Such a thing is naturally to be Mrs James Puford of Jessamine coun- Â¬ expected slolllJ it occur in the next THIS IS THE SEASON FOR DOVES AND THE FART five years what a shock it would give to ty died in LovLsville last week WE HAVE THE No many of Pittsburg enterprises RIDGES ARE COMING AFACE lien Rogers of Woodford county wonder that it is proposed to try to pro- Â¬ of John P Wallace of Lexington wan killed at St Paul Minn Sunday by duce an artificial gas to take the place of the natural an anarchist who committed suicide I Miss Mollie L Coultler who had Gratifying To All of the Art Department of George Â¬ The high position attained and the town Female Seminary died at that in- Â¬ universal acceptance and approval of the stitution on Saturday night She WSJ pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of D YOU CAX HAVE THE 30 Figs as the most excellent laxative known Sidney P Maxwell has been illustrate the value of the qualities on Superintendent of the Cincinnati which its success is based and are abunThis will be dantly gratifying to the California Fig Chamber of Commerce his twentieth year of service in that ca- Syrup Com juny MASTER COMMISSIONERS pacity i Prof- - Shelf Coming WILL F1XD ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES Zeb Ward has returned to Louis- Â¬ Prof ShefT the celebrated Optician and ville from Arkansas to answer in the Specialist ol the refraction of the eye who Circuit Court the indictment charging was at Armors Jewelery Store last spring Madison Common Pleas Couht him with swindling the cit in the and gave suh excellent satisfaction will V Tribbles TJ against Trustee again be with Mr Aimer for one week The Cincinnati Southern Railroad has commencing on next Wednesday Novem- Â¬ T J Tribbles Creditors rd of thirty two wrecks in thirty ber uth Those needing glasses or using All persons having unsettled claims ill- - glasses not ual to that of the days A i luited to their eye will do against the estate of T J Tribble are All kinds of defec--io- n hereby required to file them before me on well to cons lit him of the old or young corrected or before December ist 1890 or same will be barred r those wanting glasses S E P f At Prices that will Dry Boons Vtmih you Â¬ f 100 Â¬ M Uyfi J to ii uw Â¬ Fr C an h lz f Flannels Blankets Shawls Jean8c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H J STRENG CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5- DO YOU KHOW W C Â¬ 5- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FITZPATRICK w - 1 to Â¬ THE UNSURPASSED Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS LIST OF LETTERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lexington Belle Range Â¬ vl COOK STOVE Â¬ 3- r iS JEWETTS BASE BURNER a t son-in-la- w d i a Guns and Ammunition Â¬ Contractors and Builders TIOTHTG Notice to Creditors A SPECIALTY for CASH gc it 20 a 1 M l C W C FITZPATRICK C0 NEXT THE HEAD Sect a dear bet sack a dunce Was the rosy litUe asa Perfectly content tc be At the foot of her mi Once M promised ac ahonld hart would Almost any thins Oo the day when she could aaj She above the others stood ie Noagbt she seemed to heed the wish JHeriu on the schoolward way her hook All absorbed In endless play Judge then our surprise at last pllke a bead ssy remarked Nut the head she stood Indeed Enough She should choose that afternoon From the dolls that moved their eyes mamma and sag a tune Who it haprencd then we asked las might be ryes she said and me -- Earr n Boston Globe ugh It was a large figure of a woman cast in some dark metal her arms stretched forth and a smile upon her lips it might have well been in- Â¬ tended for a Venus and yet about it there was a deadly look Mr Mathias looked at the thing com- Â¬ Quite a work of art isnt placently it he said Its the Iron Maid I got it from Germany it was only un Â¬ packed this afternoon Indeed I have not yet opened the letter of advice You see that very small knob above the breast Well the patient was bound it a figure FARLEY One of the oldest houses in Kentucky WKOLCHT smiths KIMS THE BEST -- ATTORNEYS Q F Office E T BURNAM A TTORNErS A T LAW Kentucky Richmond No IVA OLIVER PLOWS j Â¬ IS OUR- - Street Barmuns Baildlng First 3- - J keeps IKON a variety for of Â¬ black- Bid for Your Trade Fall and Winter purchase was made with a view of offering the best qualiOur prices may ties at lowest figures startle but they will not vex the careful buyer C3 qjTRruijTruinruTnjTjTjTrm Â¬ A SULLIVAN A TTORNBl A TLA W Kentucky Richmond Office on First Street same as formerly oc10- cupied by Couuty Judge Miilei WHEELS and other SPOKES supplies for Q S POWELL A TTORNEr Street A Richmond Office on Second TLA W Kentucky wagon makers Best makes of Fine FARMING IMPLEMENTS DENTAL SURGERY THE IRON MAID DOT lot of GUNS ami AMMUNITION ll A WILKES SMITH Richmond Headquarters fur FIELD SEEDS Its Armr Closed About the it of tho Collector UNEof BAEDWABE and best brands of STAPLE GROCERIES SALT LIME and CEMENT DEXTAL SURGROX Kentucky 3 r a H k n o i ei him m mark Jng in cc THIS 18 THE IBON MAID J 6 Office Smith Building Main Street M bourn fcOO to I2JM tt 1MJ0 to MfFriictlco limited to dentistry JtF Office 3- - 7 Hgwa u sTConie to the house where your fathers and grandfathers 1 briotf 0 J worldJ OP MORGAN D D S R1CHMOXD KENTUCKY C Main Street over Madison National 3- 12 Bank Office - to the maid that knob was pressed and purjen now the arms slowly tightened round his bought their goods half a century result ir a vast I rub the neck MrYou can imagine thestood on the from Mathias talked he ago fields beyond platform and patted the figure affection a faint sickly ately Hods on had turned away and of burning was gazing abstractedly about him Do Vni on the did not hear a slight click it was not embank much louder than the tick of a clock ment built up abov- squalid gardens but ho heard a 6udden whirr the noise and ui nal yard he could see a red of machinery in motion lie turned Successor to John Farley ly away from him And never has he forgotten around jrene and the dull nguish and the terror on Mr beat of the poll emeus feet echoed in Mathias face as those relentless arms Kine miles from London h tightened about his neck or the shriek T WChocs are e of a hansom t The re that ended suddenly in a choking groan PlrPPTflll warranted and every pair vAUllvn mid price Dnala an botlom stamped has his nnmc - The whirring noise had cording angel look in the sitsuddenly ataglaiee and erased the exe- changed to a heavy droning sound manner llod Frank tore with all his might at the cration in the evening with a iron arms and strovo to wrench them nd whisky apart but utterly in vain The head fled so quickly had bent down a little and the iron lips Idcnly at the were upon the lips of Mathias It was l had but four brief five minutes before the Iron Maid unh the station closed her arms t but and The letter which accompanied the man was left stranded figure was found unopened upon the t a nine mile table It was read at the inquest The d as German firm especially warned Mr As ho mused those of 1onipeiL Mathias to be extremely careful in a touching the Iron Maid as the machinthe prospect t and lo ked the ery had been oiled and put in thorough i nd from him liaison ob- working order St James Gazette its to the snort- A PENNSYLVANIA out wearily BARN of lamps at the A HandCommodioa and Inexpensire nd as be structure ranched off GENTLEMEN This barn is to bo built on level iching and i It is ttxlM feet A is the Fine Calf and Laced Waterproof thisrain in a piece of shoe barn floor and carriare rooni SBx canir t Mnmtr eudorseof and liy cd on the houses S6 large enough to bo bandy in hitchan elcpant and Ql ing up to a horse stable ItaM divided SptOO rnninr HanUM d me nd ltrclf uburban builder had al A tine calf Shoe - wed Welt into seven stalls Tho horses aro fed MOO I for ritvlo and durability self a wider scope and for la the standard drew fort of those whose busi- - by chutes from above C is for oats tOSOIioiiilutr Welt pclally adapted Policrairia Shoe all day in the dreary and harnesses 12x10 050 O The oats are carried up from tho aie la CongreM Isutton and Lace in plaster lions to roach of each flight of threshing floor and emptied into a bin which extends down through the The gardpns too were some m lnroducfd have teon most favorablv them eupeiior and there green prices at anv Â¬ - rd WANTS THE S3 0 Yf ELBY BURGIN DMJiTIST W I - W L FAELEY o xJ Richmond office Kentucky Over Palace Dry C oovts Stdre on First street lormerly occupied by Dr Kes terson JftJL 3 H J W CREED D D S ljr JTOTE KIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY Office nt Flntiell residence Everything 47 doue iKrtaining t ttie profaasssss SAXjIEZ I - r P PHYSICIANS SHACKELFORD DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF GENTRY Firnisli Got TOOLS AND MATERIAL Â¬ JR iliUIIL PU SI CI A N A ND S URGE ON r J M POYJSTZ Sg- - mrinuiJxrirutruTjxnjiJTriruTjiriT I Richmond Store Kentucky 3- Hardware Tinware fooenware AND WAGON House Jnce Second Street uext to Wbltes Drug - Â¬ BLACKSMITHS MAKERS 1 IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF Qt W EVANS M PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond Office Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All K Â¬ Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc THE BANHER ASSOBTMEHTOFTHE SEASON Second Street Â¬ W R T J TAYLOR in I - W L DOUGLAS 1 Practitioner Richmond Stom Office Medicine and Surgery KENMJPIAI Bl BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East Wert and South west UHAOQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY MUCH VALUABLE IBTORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS 3- - Kentucky 3 SHOE Second Street over Dykes Grocery 1 i - Â¬ -- w - 3P2SHOESL bkhm rvli vmrl- - iarrps and Ilod The road be owly to climb a bill and looking saw the half moon rise above the piano trees Resolutely ssed on for the wheels - I r j MlffiQ to j r not supply you send Ak og adTertibed price or a direct t postal for rrier I Inrkft V I IMU CLA8 Brockton Ulaaa tbear So Great in Assortment So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAP in Price GIVE LS A TJR JOHN M POSTER PU YSICIA N A ND S URGE ON Kentucky Richmond upstairs residence at Creek Avenue Office FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington No 2 SOUTH BOLSIv Ex Hun Cincinnati No 4 Daily Kx Boa p m p m pm p m pm p m Main Street next door to Luzons Cor Main mil Srhtuule id Effect May llth 1890 No Tales 3- - T SEXSMITH If D Lve Cyulhluna Arr Paris PH 1 SI CIA N A XD SUR G E OX Kentucky White Hall Offers Ills professional lic services to tiie pub- Â¬ H- Ive Clneliinall Lve CovinKtou Ive Falmouth - Sold by Jack Freeman THE 1LAN CALLAND WEWiLL GIVE YOU A BENEFIT land of mora ni lated hanom but into that city in the turn again in the even- rarely comes and Hod second time Idenly h e one was advancing to oon had n l fa g the pavement -- The aimless looking about him he was therefore no policeman be wore a silk hat be room c The bin is made with a sloping bottom so all the oats can be drawn out Tho front of room c is for harnesses d is HI alley through to ing floor o e are Ixjx stalls 12x14 f the threshing floor 14x48 with doors at both ends Hay can be drawn in at end and carried each way with a i is an alley h is a granary Lay fork 11x16 i a tool room 12x52 j j cow stables facing the feed alley k which is wide enoujh to drive in with a wagon In the center of this alloy over-- into WE KELP V0RIESSCH00LFIEIMC0 tinware sum The Only Price Cash Clothiers J LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond M Offlcs Smith Building Slain Street 2S- QRa Arr ljexlngtoii Lve Parts Arr Winchester Arr RirhinonU am 80c 8i3 am 8co 944 am 917 1037 am 1000 1110 am 1023 8 10 pm 35 p m -- 5 pm 408 pm 507 Pm p m 5 4 1200 p m 1205 p m li 20 am io5 Arr ljincister Arr Stanton Arr Beresi Arr Livimvton lve 135 pm 4 55 pm 53 305 pm 520 p m 1 55 pm 620 p m 730 p ra Richmond 55 P - No ft No NORTH BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun No 3 Daily One 3-- - W BRIGHT M D PH YSICIA N A ND S URGE ON Kentucky Richmond JJ AND - - - - HARDWARE RAMSEY k FIFE IT IS NECESSARY In These Days for For Sale II AX OF BAJtX u Wish to inform the public that T Ramsey is no longer con Ramsey Neeted with the Corner Dry Goods Store since selling his head is a chute hich extends nearly to I ing room r T iiart ronn It thr n falls i Our Goods are cf excellent quality and our PRICES REASONABLE interest to W D Oldham but is now running In Smith Iliiilillnf on Muln Street uttenllnn gien to r ucroscopieul and 600 a m enemies examinations of lassassj and fluid 5 am Arr Fang of the human body 253 Pm 708 am Lve Lexington pm 730 am 345 pm 200 Lye Paris 853 am 421 pm 245 pm JJR C S HOLTON Ive ynthiana 315 pm 813 am 444 pm Lve Falmouth 402 pm jctj am 526 pm Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Arr tovington 535 pm 1035 am 630 pm Kentucky Arr Cincinnati am 638 pm Richmond 545 pm Hours S30 to Office over I M Brlghts MAYSVILLE BRANCH M Special attention 2K to 4U0 p m Kiven to diseases of women and all diffiNo No 11 cult chronic ca fx IatientH treated at a disNORTH BOUND Dally Daiiy tance and Homeopathic medicines sent to Ex Sun Ex Sun 48sny address Lve Cincinnati 35 pm Lve Iovniiitnn 243 pm JENNINGS GIBSON Office Spec nil 3Â¬ Â¬ - Lve Livingston- - 800 am Lve Bert H 1025 am Arr Richmond 1145 am Lve Stanford 700 am Lve Lancaster 745 am Arr Richmond ic 00 am Lve Richmond- - T05 pm Arr Winchester i54 pm THE CHICAGO ROCK fSLAHD 1 PACIFIC RA - Including- main lines branches and oxins Missouri River To all pomrs East a City to Rocli Island Davenport Dos North o and Mom LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Worthm town Minneapolis St Paul and Interv chort direct route In connection with Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points con Kansas City it also constitutes It traverses vast areas of the richest farming and rrazrwcrld forming the speediest most popuLir and conomi transportation to and trom all euias WTn3 orado and the Indian Territory FUEL Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson D Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita ani Hutchinson and Loading all competitors in splendor of equipment coi by 6team from the locomotive in wiit leave Kansas City and St Joseph dailv on and Southeast with eleg ant D v Coaches Pullman P FREE Reclining Chair Cars 3 THROUGH Denver Colorado Sp ings and Pueblo matinc st terveningr stations in Kansas and Colorado Supo venient stations west cf Kansas City and St Josep at seasonable hours and at moderate prices To Manitou Pikes Peak the Garden of the G Falls Ids ho Springs the rno rks minin resorts hunting and fishing grounds anil Its Vestibule Express Trains art eauipped with comforthat can add to safety cor They also mako close connections at tern Depots with the Donver and Rio Granae Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other di For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders cojjios General Manager THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FF THE MISSOURI RIVER - MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS Tf tO 111 Eejairifig of Tinware u LowRte OF THE PALACE Cash Dry Goods Store No 0 First Street in connection with W S G File near the old corner at the red flag and wants his old friends ladies and gentlemen and the public generally to call on liimheean sell them goods cheaper than he has ever sold We have sethem before cured the services of Mr Green as salesman and Miss Hazelwood and Mrs Million as and guarantee salesladies general protection to ladies Now is the and children time to buy your goods ours are so low that we may have to mark them up soon in place of down We now have on hand and daily receiving a splendid stock of Â¬ MERCHANTS JRS Lexington Physicians and Surgeons Richmond - - - Kentucky 51 Arr MHlerMburg Carlisle Pris Johnson Maysville 10 700 753 819 843 934 am am am am 5 am am 450 545 612 636 730 805 pm pm pm pm pm pm with o of hay Para A SPECIALTY TITEr ABE ISSTBIMLXTS OF I Hill II berefore respectable The two men met each other under a lamp and strangely enough found each an ac Â¬ PEGGING OUT t i 1 s SI it m tffi Natnrnl Ga Snpply Woaanaahas at Iitts burgh Itate BBSSSaw fifty IVr Viit The directors of tho Philadelphia quaintance -Natural Gas Company of Pittsbarcb at Mr Mathias I think said riodson their meeting Thursday deeid d to in- Â¬ Quite so And you are Frank llod eon You know you are a man with a crease the price of gas to private con- Â¬ Christian name so I wont apologize for sumers 50 per cent Tho advance will cembcr 1 The pi my familiarity But may I ask where go into effect are going rate is fifteen cents per 1000 feet with I five cents off for cash payment The in Â¬ liodson explained the situation think I have only about five miles fur crease decided upon will make the rato twenty cents he concluded 1000 feet with five OtiU Nonsense you must come home with off for cash payment or fifteen cents My house is close by In fact I per 1000 feet Tho outlook for resum Â¬ iking my evening walk when ing tho gas supply to the furnares and Come along I dare say you iron mills is not favorable unless the id a make shift bed easier than a manufacturers agree to pay the same walk rates as is charged to private consumers Frank suffered himself to be led and they say they can net afford to do ins- a little surprised at so so There is now no doubt that tho action much geniality frou a casual acquaint of the Philadelphia company in shut Â¬ at the club Mr Mathias took him ting off the gas from tho puddling fur- Â¬ up a t and stopped at a door naces was due to a shortage that it can trough not at present undertake to make good in a L the still moon lighted garden and into an old red brick house with many Arrestsd For Swindling Fanners gables and liodson sighed with relief John R Crittenden and William Stof U back into an easy chair doing business as individuals and Thre way shaded lamp which threw as a firm under the name of Crittenden pon the table ht whi Co were arrested Wednesday at stood but left the room in Ial It is alleged that they have n could only see timoro ig and low and seemed been flooding agricultural points in tho ith circulars offering big prices filled with objects which might be furMr Mathias sat down in a sec Â¬ for produce for which upon its being niture ond arm chair and looked about him shipped there by farmers it is alleged with a curious smilo lie was an odd they failed to pay looking man clean shaven and white Tli Armr of Contempt to the lips apparently between fifty and Lounger You look flustered about Bridgeforth Cooking and Heat- Â¬ ing Stoves T0LIE Awake Nights to Devise Means to Attract Trade The Office Main street shoe store over Wallace 4 Rices jo SOUTH BOUND Lve Maysville Carlisle Milieisburg No Id No li Daily Daily Ex Sun Ex Sun 520 557 649 715 740 a m am am THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST Li- - J E AULTZ PH YSICIA N A ND S UR GE ON Kentucky Richmond Office 220 Johnson Chenault Building W Main Street up stairs Burnam 18- - A CLAUDE SMITH CO Managers of the jll J M BLACK THROUGH CAR LINE TO PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 25- Red House Kv HAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Special y OFFICE Next door lo CXi max office Oil 4t- llngham building Richin mil Ky jr MACKINAC Commencing July ist there will be established a through line of first class Ves tihuled Pullman and Wagner Sleeping Cars daily between Cincinnati Daton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and all principal resorts of the Upper Peninsula Â¬ RACKET Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a fn better light lie advanced to the middle of the room and lighted a lamp which hung from tho ceiling and as the bright light flashed round the wick from every corner and space there seemed to start a horror Great wooden frames connected with ropes and pulleys stood against the tables glittered with bright teel instruments carelessly put down ready for use a screw and vise looted from one corner anl in another was a saw with cruel jagged teeth s said Mr Mathias they are as you suggest instruments of torture Some many I may say have actually been used for that purpose a few are reÂ¬ productions after ancient examples Those knives were ue for flaying that frame is a rack and a fine specimen But these arc all European the Orientals of course are much more inge nious There are the Chinese a ances yon have heard of Hm heavy It is my hobby this sort of It elves me the greatest of luxu ries tho luxury of terror B it I must show you my latest acquisition Come iom ison followed Mr Mathias The weariness of the walk the late iud tho strangeness of the sur- inrs made him feel like a ma a dream nothing would 1 seaend room was like the first full of stranare srhastlr instrument Â¬ Kow I have got yon here he be I must inflict my hobby upon you You knew I was a collector Yes I have devoted myself for years to col Â¬ lecting curiosities which I think are really curious But we must have a sixty something Fritz gn Obenfegger Who vonldnt already Dot feller vat looks like Chon bulli vans dakes down mein No Shmokin sign unt lides hees cigar mit it Puck Compliment or Otherwise Editor What do you suppose keeps the world from being blown off into pace Friend-- -I Jont know unless its the weirrht of your editorials Mu Weekly A and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleepers will be attached to trains leaving Cincinnati at ooo p m daily except Saturday returning leave Mackinaw at 9 a in daily except Suuday The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets ia this route- - composed ot such favorable and well known lines as Dayton R R the Cincinnati Hamilton anl Michigan Central Rvimist be appar- Â¬ avel ent to all fi No other line can offer such advantages as to accommodations and route allowing stop over at Toledo and Detroit then continuing your joiirnev to the most lovely resorts on the An erican continent Tor pamphlets pertaining to Mackinac Inland and other summer resorts reached via this line write to anv agent of the C H D R R or to E O McCormick General Passenger and Ticket Agent No oo West Fourth Street Cincinnati O -Â¬ ofMichiganviatheCil V D R R Foreign d Domestic Dress Qoods STORE INSURANCE Have Decided to 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¬ Â¬ BURNAM HUME QUIT LYING Awake Studying How to The Oldest and Strongest American Companies Arr Paris am 8 j5 a m Lexington Covington 10 5 am 730 F Cincinnati 1045 a m 638 p n No 13 and 14 Run Sundays only and make all stops No I Runs dally from Lexington to Cln ehiiintl No 4i Leaves Lexington 1H a m Arrive Paris 1015 a m Except Sund ijNo 8 Leaves Cincinnati 511 p m Arrives Falmouth 710 p ni Except Sunday No 7 Leaves Falmouth 600 a m Arrives Cinrinna i 755 a m Except Sunday No 7 8 I and 6 will use New Fourth Street depot between John and Smith Streets after July 1st TRAIN NOTES No 3 runs daily between Lexington aid Cincinnati No 4 ruusdaily between Cincinnati and Islington No it and 6 make connections at WinchesÂ¬ ter for points on the N N A M V Ry IMPORTANT Trains or ths line now arrive at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati nmklug con Â¬ nection for nil points North bat and West Through Tickets sldand Kattgage Checked to any point reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any cent of the Company or W L MUNSON Trav Fassr Agt Cincinnati O S F B MORSE Uenl Pass Agt Cincinnati H E HUNTINGTON V Pres A Uen Manr F R CARR Agent Richmond K General Offices cbamlier of Commerce Building Cincinnati O Â¬ am pm 232 pm 323 p m 347 pm 415 pm 630 p m 35 lsauod monthly or further desired information E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN CHICAGO II I O nl T- YAZOOt RECORD 227 BROTHER TO YUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL We offer the services of for the season of YAZOO County Kentucky at ijo at Silver r -- FORTY DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT 3- i Â¬ Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foale regularly on grass at ten cents a day rain fed if desire at rca every care to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be rev Tazoo ia 07 H aroifi sie of Slaud S 208 and 26 sore NORTH AMERICA Note that we now have double dally train services both ways on Sundays between Cin Â¬ cinnati and Lexington SPRINGFIELD CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA NIAGARA GERMANIA MERCHANTS BOYS CLOTHING Alterforwood CustomBoots and Shoes below cost and other custom made best brands of Shoes A splendid all very cheap line of all kinds of Shirts Over and Under frorr 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 3 to 10 cents per yard less than cost Good Calico 4cts Challies 4 and 5 cents less than cost Nice Lace Bed 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 -Made Â¬ Â¬ CARRIAGES NEW BUGGIES NEW PHOTONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES at 125 ATTRACT TRADE BY PUTTING THE KNIFE ROCK BOTTOM RATES Farmers National Bank BURNAM N C T WELLS F B CAKK INTO dam of Yuba record while in foal and sire of Nutwoodand thirty two re in 230 list 2nd dam Young Portia dam of Voltaire record 220 Hymen 228 trial Portion record 35 sire of Minnt Childe Harold two mile record in y04 in England Consuela trial naught record 224 Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Voltigeur trial CniSI sire 01 iaay 1 norn 2iS 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred The above pedigree shows YaZOO to le superbly bred I no Chief his sire grand sire and great grand sire are each illusti Young Portia his dam and grand dam are illutriou matrons with bred foundation where can you beat it now open Address us at Silver Creek Madison county Belaoat stands at S300 ist dam Tolaade 220 jerfarBBi z24i 21 an v v -- -- - jBook Ky MTDoiit forget our office ia at the 43- - T S BURNAM CO C T WELLS GO THE v PROFITS So HUME My vehicles NEW SULKIES Barn Country Stores and Milling property specialties 31 32 that every article sold would be an advertisement for their house BAH Editorial Courtesy Editor to Miss Oldgirl aged about forty i Ydur work shows promise mad- Â¬ am but do you know that good literary work is seldom done by a woman until sho is thirty or thirty five Several yearn hence you will bo able to write available articles Oldgirl as sho leaves That was the most delightful man I over met West Shore Very AecompllKhed He Oiilj Coal Yard in Town Only a square from I lie Coiirt lioiise Yiu dont have to seiid away out to the depot Coal COME AND SEE FOR PLDIBIIB Gas Fitting CO are all new and of tbe very latest patterns They are for sale L Breckinridge Cabell formerly of L KLEIN Proprietor on the most reasonable terms If you Virginia but who has been want a vehicle come and see me and New York seventeen years a resident of Limestone Street 0pp - C DP and has an you wout gt borne without one extensive acquaintance with Cap 5- LEX1NCTON KY JOHN DONELON will SELL OR rAtlUVir TIMUKr MINERAL AM AGRHI iTl KL LAMS Furniture C- NOTICE t PALACE HOTEL Wew Building and Well Lighted and VbxtilatiH RICHMON D Dglheredto anyFartofTown YOURSELF Sanitary Plumbing Steam COAL ANDJLUMBER CO Â¬ Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lamp Coal Now open at Myers old Inruber yard next to Second Presbyterian church Quickest delivery iu town Lowest prices Try us- Â¬ Miss de Muir How charming you look to lav Miss de Meanor slightly dyspeptic at I can not say as much for o until you 6ee ours We will have in a few dajs 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 TINWARE STATIONERY NOTIONS ETC A few pieces of 10 cent Challies left at 6 cents a yard Â¬ as I am Mlssde Mnir sweetly You could dear if you were as accomplished a liar Puck undersigned have formed a partner AH orders promptly filled and work THE to sell all kinds of guaranteed And all gas pipe used to be ber at the lowest market Coal and Lumof the right size according to the rules and spectfully request a liberal price and re- Â¬ patronage from regulations of the Water and Light Com- the public The pany No 227 W Main Street Orchard Street and yardsorare located on Third street opposite Hotel GUndou Pott office ad- Â¬ where we will build also a warehouse upon the dress Lock Box 15 13completion of the new railroad to his place T S BRONSTON Â¬ Â¬ btVELOPED INDl STRIES Will also Organize Undeveloped Prop- Â¬ rieties into Corporations and tloat the securities Skilled labor furnished industrial enterprises EMM SO 320 BROADWAY NEW YORK AND Â¬ Centrally Locate ATTACHED GOOD BAR RATES J J BROOKS 2 andT250 per D M Day MADISON Female Institute The thirty third session of thia noted school for young ladies and gii open on CHI Fraskie 106 Undid Brber - BROOKS CHENAULT Shop M M HARBER 29- - 0 T vTXLLS CO Mw Hscord At tiie u Boston Athletic ation Tuesday afternoon Illoss of Harvard in the running ng a new EAST MAIN feTREET Turkeys Wanted Â¬ Real Estate Richmond Breto ckx MULE COLTS 701 Ull I have too mule colts for 6ale at reason- ices 17- - aaiaTJ HCOLYER Ramsey Si Fife First door above Farmers i M J HILL Manr We liave opened 1 first class sliop and dettire to have tbe patronage of gentlemen ladies ard children We guarantee first class work New and elegant furniture c ean throughout and sharp razors 4-3- Tuesday September 3th Kuk J aiKMICHAEL M C MOORE i A full corp of competent teachers Mr Geo WJudy will commence dressLarge list of City aniOui ing turkeys for us in R chmend about Admirable Curriculum Prices reasona eriy rroperiy aora a Nov ist and will pay the highest market ble pnees for good turkeys delivered at pens For Catalogue or other particular call and prompt atteu For prices and further particulars address tee Office in J hn on or address m G1LMAN 4i BRE k win - t iavlBVBl nier d tm l82 Paris Ky O- B C HAGERUAN Prin trooka Drug ritore r