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I 9R -- - 1 IBBHHHBI 0 -- - Uj IV COTTRELLS LAST ACT VOLUME III FATAL FIRE An Entire Block in Denvor Col 1IB1 f TWINS Welching Twenty How tho Mites Were KcpS RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12 1890 VERY LITTLE Three Months Old Alive I -- gtaigwgWirA-tiSSypCJMW - P v ft NUMBER 22 ANOTHER WHECK Wild Freight Dashes Down C Road Grade on the Q faSini SDttlnc Trark Splint r A Uoicn Fassen- IHlnfullj unci Srl ously Injured -- Inrniin m iiwr on nil Hirer- Sin istiinc It Into Â¬ ious accident occurred t day early Fri Junction City Ky n itiiTvinii iriTirVi of Tin T villc crosses the Cincin- place is about four Danville A freight train nd tearing the two r K 11 I por- - nsere or less 1 wire injured T J slightly Tou si ey hurt a out the head ii internally O Tiay 1 head and neck D It son of Findlay O Mrs S W Wheeler child of Milwaukee Wis knee badly hurt and the id badly cut X Austin of linn who was taking tho rc- r to Cincinnati for badly cut and bruised Thos n of Hornersville N Y arm i ks a colored porter Ii hurt in the back C II nether colored porter also of ota ii hurt T K Mears r and Fred Graves the flro-freight train stunned and The cause of the inability of those in En ijrht train to control T M Mears the engineer l Um fireman stood to The Notorious Ex Mayor Killed by a Chiel or Ptilior Ex Mayor Cottrell of Key West who a few weeks ago terrorized tlio Florida Federal officials and escaped to Alabama wae shot and instantly killed Thursday morning by Chief of Police Gorald of Montgomery Ala Cottrell wa3 drunk the night before and was arrested by the police lie insulted the chief and challenged him to fight a duel The chief in consequence of the threats of Cottrell had armed himself with a dou- shot gun and was sitting 11s u co rnursday morning ween t ottrell H drove nn in a After a few words had been ex changed both men began firing with the result given above Chief Gerald soon after the shooting entered his office and passing out the rear door got in a bug y and was driven to tho sheriffs office whore he gave himself up Cottrell was from one of thb best families in Alabama and when ber was regarded as an excellent citizen but when unler the Influence of drink was reckless and desperate He was married eight months ago to a daughter of Congressman Henderson of North Carolina Captain Gerald his slayer is one of the kest known men in Montgomery where he has practically spent all of his life Ho has been chief of police of Montgomery for the past ton or twelve years Â¬ Â¬ THE COMMONWEALTH Mis Ionr Ounces A SURPLUS OF DEMOCRATS The Demnerallr The I oigh their engine left ran into the L and e a distance of nearly our freight cars were de- the engine badly dam- freight train plowed its way per and then left tho freight depot wholly demolished espco- ti Mr Tousley of nd Mrs Wheeler and r i i sleeping Mr right in the track ic and his escape He was struck in the f t ad and never css until after his The case of Mrs little baby was particular- n a visit to friends nghomo DESTRUCTIVE FIRE take her father bv surprise Ition of her coming Business Bloek Including a Hank Bnrned Stored Helouirinrft of Summer Resi 1 the message an- - dents Iet roved Iom ft3S0OO0 or More ident A disastrous fire occurred at New Ro chello N Y Wednesday morning It LATER ELECTION NEWS started in the cellar of tho Ferguson Mita KrnuMiean Kansas Republic Â¬ Building owned by George Ferguson a t an Attoniey teneral Indiana grocer The New Rochelle Bank in tho MiHi lania Democratic block was wholly consumed Other Jay night with all concerns that suffered are Ware Bar- Â¬ rted in Minne- - bers dry goods establishment J L the voto Contant druggist and Mrs Byrnes Merriam R V 20 boota and shoes Tho flames crossed ven F A 2440 Main street and burned two frame build- Â¬ riallty lV7 The other ings The loss on the Ferguson build- Â¬ Ticial figures from ing will be fully 8100000 In Fergusons ready included in building wore large storage rooms in his a little but which was stored a largo quantity of furniture and personal property belong- Â¬ the votes cast ing to Adrian Iselin the New York in Kansas was be- - banker who lives at New Rochelle Do t at Topeka and lancey Kane and other wealthy summer h to bhow that residents of New Rochelle Among n State ticket has these were some valuable silverware voptionof A B valued as heirlooms and a quantity of del for re election c belonging to tho Iselin and i ral by Ives the Farm- - Kane families This property valued Tho Repub- mdiJate iOOO was completely destroyed t about 10000 and can never be replaced - from the State of ulliciently cora- Mnlster Lincoln Arrives i ly the r United States Minister to England The Democrats Robert T Lincoln arrived in New York rta S Wilson of Wednesday afternoon on the City of as it by 11- - New York lie brought with him thoÂ¬ lb of lleilvii remains of his son Abraham Mr Lin f Public In truction by coln positively refused to discuss polit- Â¬ ical matters When told tho result of I sag s discovered in the election he merely said ho was sorry ial count in s to hear that Massachusetts and other I ania bring the plur- - States had gone Democratic llis stay m for Governor in tho United States will bo brief Ho Watzea Bap for Lieuten- - was accompanied only by a valet plurality and ry of Internal Stanley and Wife Hra iurality The steamer Teutonic which arrived m Indiana are just in New York Wednesday night from me in The Democratic Liverpool had among her passengers be about lhOOO Tho Ilonry M Stanley and Mrs Stanley to Conr and Lieutenant Jeppson one of Mr n the Sixth and Johnson in Stanleys companions on his last trip to Iegilature is Africa The Teutonic had a rough pas Â¬ Dur Â¬ h houses and the Dem sage and was slightly damaged ujority on joint ballot ing the voyage Mr Stanley was slight Â¬ ly ill but is now recovering Slim Chance for Ia raUa An Fatal Elevator Accldsnt lit of the eloc- Tho wire rope of an elevator in tho far m i affects the the Legislature gives works of the Edison Electric Light Com- Â¬ pany Philadelphia broke Wednesday Kepubiicai ns including Farmers night precipitating the car from tho Throe em Â¬ rats 90 That Mr third story to tho collar re elected seems ployes were in the car at the time of tho w ill proba- John Taylor and Jesse Booth accident rmers Allianco were injured probably fatally and James nor or Robinson Costello was badly hurt but will re- Â¬ andidato If Mr Wil- - cover u fr Goveraac he will prob- Arranging for til Great Exhlbtlon If Mr Wil- tbeSi TUo Board of Management for Gov Â¬ Governor Mr Robinson ernment Exhibits at tho Worlds Colum- Â¬ be centered upon by tbo bian Exposition determined at its moot- Â¬ rats and Alliance men ing Wednesday to project its plans upon a basis of fl 000000 expenditure exclu Hew York Lgtsature Democratic sive of tire building or buildings the ciated Press reports shoWA law to 400- f whicb ig UmiUjd mocratic Assembly ined to fix tho t ba3 aUo d ii new loric iMate ana ou licpuD maximum limit for floor space at 200 As the Democrats have 11 square foot agmiaat 19 Republicans tho former 000 us bavo on a joint ballot 81 votes Double Tariff Principle Adopted against tho hatters 79 which insures The Customs Committee of the Cham- Â¬ n of a Democratic successor ber of Deputies Frinco has concluded ator Evarts Moreover tho Dem- - its general debate on tho new tariff bill claim that two Assembly dis The committee by a vote of 34 to 5 has l redited to the Republicans namo- - adopted the principle of a double tariff iy Duchess County First and Mont Â¬ gomery County belong to them The Mormon Tfmple lu Danger At Salt Lake Utah U S Attorney Late Iowa Eectlon News Varian Wednesday filed suits for tho Completed unofficial returns from seven- forfeiture of tho Tempio Block under ty-four counties give McFarland R the escheat law claiming that it is used for Secretary of State 140607 Chamber for immoral and illegal purposes Hn I Utltft a gain of 77S3 over last No Extra Session of Congress years vote Twenty five counties un Â¬ Cabinet officials are authority for tho reported pave Hutchinson R for Gov there will not bo an ex-Â¬ lity in 1889 This indi statement thatCongress tra session of m of McFarland by 3600 nd the balance of the Repub Confiscation lu fkVBML ticket by pluralities some Â¬ A Paris dispatch says that ono of the what similar Republican deputies proposes to intro Â¬ duce a bill confiscating the estates in The Pennsylvania Legislature In Ponnsvlana complete returns on France of the Count and Countess of Tho latter has recently inherit- Â¬ e of Representatives Paris ed immense wealth from her father tho us 123 members Democrats 79 and Independent Repub Duke of Montpensier Republicans nave a ma- Welsh Tln Plata Uakrs Fjel Batter joint ballot Complete who Tho Welsh tin plate ras from nearly every county in tho i havo recently went to th foot up a plurality for Pattisou just returned home They are in nigh r Governor of 10 983 at tho ariff will not Candidate for Speaker o ican Among the Democratic candidates for ESt African Raltray oust of the Fifty-see- od Congress ar A C boot the East African aito of Ohio ynum of Indiana Crisp of Georgia Coast say o work of construc tion on i sr Ev -Â¬ I -bric-a-bra--M lll per cscap- -- trrv as the car publicans in the newiy electod Congress seems to bo about two to one In the make up of committoes this will neces- Â¬ sitate a party division two thirds Democratic and one third Republican in order that there may be Republicans enough to go around For instance there are fifteen members on tho Elections Committee In presthe ent House this is made up of eight Republicans and seven Demo ocrats In the next House it will be about ton Domociats and five Republicans The Republican minority there fore has plenty ol hard work before it in commi rnmonts In seating the members of tho Fifty second Congress the Democratic side will not hold all of their number and tho overflow will have to bo seated with tho Repub Â¬ licans across the aisle There will be 332 memleri in the next House which necessitates a division of seats of 100 to each side to make tho hall look uniform This plan will keep tho few Republicans from becoming lonesome Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Side of the House WiU Not Hold All of them proportion of Democrats to Re Â¬ About three months ago a pair of twins woro born at the Retreat for the a Hotel Anions the Hull lings and One Sick Norfolk Va Tho birth of the Man Known to Have lleen llnrued Lilliputians was kept a great secret un- Â¬ to Death With 1 nssllily Two til a few days ago when their existence Children loakod out and now it is much talked of It seems tho mother deserted tho Fire broke out in tho rear of tho M creatures throe wcoks after they L Todds lumber yard on Ninth and little born and up to this tiroo nothing were Laramie streets Denver Col at 11 has been hoard from her Tho matron oclock Wednesday night and notwith Â¬ of tho Retreat for standing the fire department which was a Baltimore ladytho Sick Mrs Morris quickly on hand in response to two Sho has named has adopted them them Maud and alarms the flames had spread nearly all Mabol The children weighed at tho over the yard before the water could bo time of birh ono and one and a half turned on Tho flames quickly passed pounds respectively They were kept to the St Elmo Hotel Meyers Liquor alivo for woeks by the application of Company and Olears drug btore whilo bottles of hot water placed under cotton a number of small residences across tho batting The strangest part of this alley wore given up to the flames story is that Mabol has only grown half While tho firemen were doing all in a pound in two months and their power to keep the flames from only weighs one pound and aat this timo half Sho jumping across Laramie street whore is unquestionably the smallest wore located a number of business child in the world Maud is blocks tho entiro block between Ninth stronger than her sister and has from and Tenth streets and Laramie and Mar Â¬ the time of birth been Sho ket were seothing masses but is under weighs two pounds It healthiercourse has of oontrol unless a strong wind comes up required tho mo3t skillful treatment One unknown man was burned to death to keop lifo in these little ones and in tho hotel and his charred remaini Mrs Morris has become thoroughly now lie at the coroners It is reported attached to them She believes thoy that another man and two children wore will livo caught in tho same building and de- Â¬ stroyed The truth of this rumor will WHERE A FARMER WINS not be known before Thursday when Usurious Interest Charged hy Security tho inmates of tho hotel will be accountCompanies Forfeits lrineipal and Inter- Â¬ ed for Tho cause of the fire is not est known Tho loss can not be accurately Tho Arkansas Supremo Court handed estimated but will probably bo over down an important decision Saturday 5100000 215 a m The Wells elevator Some timo ago Hardy If Ranks a farm- Â¬ tho largest in the city has been totally er of Yoll County negotiated a loan of destroyed by fire Two other largo ele- Â¬ 81000 from tho New England Mort- Â¬ vators and a number of adjoining ware- Â¬ gage and Security Company and tho houses aro now in flames and the fire is Corbin Ranking Company of Boston spreading rapidly aloni tho lake front The loan was made through Broker Ocobock MONEY FOR WORLDS FAIR 8200 was of Memphis Tho sum of taken out of the principal Chicago Votes rive Million and a Half for interest and Banks was paid only Dollars Additional For It 8800 In return tho farmer executed The first result of the election to bo notes and gave tho Security Company a tnown for a certainty was the success mortgage on his farm to secure their it the proposition to increase tho back Â¬ payment Tho notes came due but ing of the Worlds Fair to 10500000 wore not satisfied and proceedings for a The vote of the city of Chicago was foreclosure woro commenced in the Yell practically unanimous in favor of add County court Banks lost tho caso and ing to the fund already guaranteed appealed to the Supremo Court Satur Â¬ 5000000 by tho issue of city bonds and day a decision was rendered against tho by moans of South Park bonds 500000 Security Company The court hold that more Director General Davis said tho interest charged was usurious which Tuesday night that tho work of the Fair fact forfeited the principal and interest would now go forward with a rush Plans Tho farmer is ahead jus for tho buildings were already tenta- Â¬ tively complete and tho definite loca- Â¬ KOCHS REMEDY SUCCESSFUL tion of each would bo definitely settled Does Not Consider the Time Coino without further delay It only re- Vet He to 1uldUh 1IU Kesearehes mained for the President of the United Prof Bergenia of Berlin inoculated to issue his formal proclamation States fifteen consumptive patients on Thurs- Â¬ to tho nations of the world This procla mation will doubtless shortly follow tho day by Prof Kochs process and on the following day exhibited ono of the pa Â¬ meeting of tho National Commission which is to be held in Chicago within a tients before a number of physicians inorder fortnight The Commission will cer- Â¬ suited to show tho change that had rewithin twenty four hours tify to the President that Chicago has more than carried out tho statutory re-Â¬ Tho Borsen Courier says it has that quirement that the Worlds Fair project authority for the statement proved Kochs remedy has should havo an assured money support Prof to to a success A famous Ger Â¬ of 810000000 man surgeon it says cured within fivo days a caso of lupus or necrotic tuber- Â¬ IMPORTANT DECISION cular destruction of tho tissues of tho Involving Land Worth Two Million Dol- Â¬ face Tho National Zoitung says that liy a lutholie Ilishop lars Claimed Prof Koch although ho has performed In tho Federal Court at Tacoma number of cures doos not yet consider Wash Judge Hanfonl rendered a de Â¬ l timo come for the publication of his tho cision in the case of a Catholic Bishop researches Although tho remedy has of Nesqually Wash against General been applied to patients in tho charity John Gibbon T M Anderson B T hospital and in some private cases its Tho composition temains a profound Gratman and the United States secret suit is one in which the Bishop sought to obtain a titlo in trust for his Tho ResuU in South Dakota to 130 acres of land now church Additional returns confirm tho earlier in tho possession of the U S Gov- Â¬ reports and increase tho ernment as a military reservation Senators to 25 with several Republican in Â¬ The suit was based upon the act of Con- South Dakola unreported districtsRe Â¬ Tho gress enabling the organization of tho publicans a havo in State of Oregon in which All lands in the House the opposition majority only having as mis- Â¬ 18 possession of religious societies provided all unreported districts aro were sionary posts to Indian tribes Mel The caso theirs which is not at all likely societies granted b lette Rep now has on the returns ro was decided against the bishop and an jeived over 000 for Governor appeal to tho 0 S Supreme Court al- Â¬ Huron continues plurality to lowed Judge Hanford cited a recent a majority of 1712 claim tho Capital by Other specials to decision in which it was held that tho local papers from South Dakota could not be compelled by the - give Government pointtho Capital to its court to issue a patent to a claimant 3000 to 12000 majority Pierro by from Tho decision involves property worth over 82000000 located near Portland Locomotive Engineer Killed tbreo-montbs-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Destroyed gave her infant child the other even- Â¬ ERADICATES BLOOD POI ing a dose of carbolic acid by mistake SOeJANi BLOOD TAINT for a medicine left her by a doctor The acid and medicino wero in bottles just alike and sat togethor on a mantel Swifts Specific SS S rSTmL lttlesof my ircrjr learned stciii of contagious Sho did not discover her mistake until Luod potior of the wry orst type the child was in convulsions and it died Vm S Loomis S eveport La a moment late- ABUT Cox an aged colored woman CU1E3 SCHOFULA EVEN of Hopkinsvillo was burnod to death IN ITS WORST FORMS from her clothing catching firo in somo way w bile sho was alone in her room Tin Covington saloonlicenso has been T vn scaortii - in IP SI and cleansed my system e raised to 8125 a year and all saloons ortin it by taking seven bottles ct S b S i save not had any symp dered closed from midnight until 430 a toms since CWWilcox m and on Sunday Spartanburg S C Coioxfi A G ArircitEE a wealthy citizen of Christian County became inHUNDREDS volved in a difficulty on tho street of d3ii HAS CUREDSKIN CANCERor CASES OF Fairview with a man named Blythe Treatise or Blood and Sirin Diseases mailed when knives woro drawn and both men free Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga wero dangorously stabbed Colonel Al legree being seriously if not fatally wounded IIntAM Bassktt Past Grand Master of Masons and considered tho Mason of the highest degree in the world died at Millorsburg a few days ago of paralysis at the ago of 70 lie had taken every degree known to the order RICHMOND KY BfiioiAis blow open the safo of K F Shaw jeweler Butler and got away with 8500 in cash and jewelry Fikf broko out in tho Rudd House Owonsboro tho other night at eleven oclock and tho firemen not getting it under control it spread to tho surround- Â¬ ing buildings In a short timo the Rudd House tho Bank of Commerce Marks Dugans grocery Guckerts tailor shop the Daily Messenger oilico Smiths i 5 Vflin meat shop A J Williams dry goods Roinhardts furniture store and Gun thers tailor shop wero a mass of glowing ruins The scene at tho hotel was awful The guests had just retired to bod Aroused by tho cry of fire thoy rushed to and fro trying to escape Charles Bareford New Albany Ind jumped from tho fourth story to tho Ho will die pavement Charles A Every--Charact- er Oamsey Detroit was fatally burned Charles Liebrick Philadelphia was burned from loins to nock Can not live W J Holm formerly of Cincin- Â¬ and grade of Monumental Work from the smsllest stone to the most nati was burned fatally Tho orig in of Tho loss will bo tho fire is unknown m 8200000 insurance unknown Help was L MONUMEN sent from Henderson at 3 a m Tho wind was blowing a regular gale all Katf Nolan of Hopkinsvillo imm S33 S0 i MARK j t ot - rr jj J - fy V PERRINS GLOVES MILLER HAT j LYONS UMBRELLAS Â¬ I W B BRIGHT W S HUME Â¬ madison Monieata fork B BRIGHT CO W SUCCESSORS OF M BRIGHT 1 DKALKRS IN FINE SHOES High Grade Furnishing Goods 204 WEST 1VIAITV 3FUOHlVJOINriD - - - I5E3INrTTJOKY -- Â¬ IMIolTKI MENS UNDERWEAR INECKWEARtx IN -x-Zr night Tin poll tax in Estill County is 83 per head and only seventy five delinquents II FULL DRESS SHIRTS OR MOST ELABORATE r STATUARY are reported with city bouses prices Niw banks continue steadily to mul- Â¬ Our Designs compete on application initialled tiply in Kentucky principally in towns that hae heretofore been without that Imported Native Marble Ono has just commercial oonvenico been established at Reaver Dam Ohio and GRANITE always on band Call County and another at Jackson in and see me Breathitt County the latter being tho first bank in that mountain county EdmoSOI County gives Goodnight 10 Proprietor Thatcoun majority over James Rep ty two years ago went two votes against -- S t - r VY A D FLORA Goodnight IfAOOrra County gave R C Hill Rep 800 votes and J Wicks Kendall Dem 594 The election was unusually quiet E Mriiixs living in the suburbs of Newport committed suicide by taking a dose of strychnine His wife bad loft his home and he had grown despondent about his affairs School for Girls Miss BESSIE BARBOUR will take a JlTflnKlKllYES IlTTEHESTIlirG TO EVERYBODY n Class of Twenty Â¬ Girls the scattering returns obtainable from tho remote mountain counties on tho 6th it is certain that Hon J Fhom will certainly net fall below 750 Mont gomery County gives Kendall a majority of 100 somo For instruction in English Latin French and German Terms anil Wick Kendall is elected to Congress other particulars will be made II yon intend bnying anything mentioned below it will pay from the Tenth district Tho only ques- known in person Of hy circular you to COME AND SEE STRENG Here is what he has to say tion is the size of his majority It is es timated all the way from S00 to 1200 it ICISS CARRIE BARBOUfi f 8 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Streng Makes it So A -- Great Fall Arnl v COLD WEATHER is experimenting with Spottsville gravel for street pur- Â¬ poses and if the experiment succeeds that city will get good streets at com- Â¬ Hinikisox paratively light cost Ore it j cided to adopt a vigorous foreign trado policy now that tho McKinley bill will divert Canadian trade from tho United States After a full discussion of tho subject it has been decided by the Government to take immediate steps to pro- Â¬ mote closer trado relations between Hon Canada and the West Indies George E Foster Minister of Finance A Jail Emptied goes to tho West Indies this woek on a All tho prisoners in tho Mercer Coun Â¬ trade mission sntor includ- Â¬ ty W Va jail ten in ing three murderers escaped Friday A Police Captains Bribe Inspector Byrnes of New York Tues- Â¬ night Among them woro Bob Burnett day camo out with a strong letter in re- Â¬ the notorious desperado who attempted gard to Rev Dr Howard Crosbys recent to shoot tho mayor of Blueficld a short accusation that a certain police captain time ago Monroe Jones who murdered received 70000 last year in blackmail i negro at Mill Creek and Randolph Franklin who killed a negro woman at from 6aloon keepers in his precinct The Inspector admits tho gravity of tho Blueficld accusation and promises a rigid investi-Â¬ Satisfied With the Result of the Elections gation He asks a suspension of judg- Â¬ Chicago Socialists Sunday passed reso- Â¬ ment until tho matter can be thorough- Â¬ lutions expressing satisfaction with tho ly siftod by the police board results of the recent election as showing discontent among the people and in To Continue Cattle Embargo At a meeting Tuesday of tho Central favor of a new party which will free tho Chambers of Agriculture London it producers of tho country from the con- Â¬ was resolved that in view of the exist- Â¬ trol of monopolists and secure for ovory ence of pleuro pneumonia in New Jer- Â¬ child an education sey it is imperative to maintain tho re-Â¬ Merriam Ocvernor of Minnesota strictive rules in regard to importation Corrected returns most of them offiof cattle also that six months time should bo allowed to elapse after aconn cial up to ton oclock Saturday give try is declared free from cattlo diseaso Merriam R a plurality of 1272 before cattlo from such country aro ac- Â¬ Price of Canned Mjrts to Be Raised cepted as hoalthy Tho Kansas City packers will follow the example of their Chicago brothers Cty CouicUmic Arrested City Councilmcn A B Guigon and A and will raise the price of canned moats of tin the J Phillips were arrested at Richmond or account of will increased price tinned Thoy also raise on Va Tuesday morning upon a charge of being about to commit a broach of the lard oma quartet of a centu pound Thoiod prices will go into offect impeace by fighting a duel or otherwise Justice Crutchficld after hearing tho uicdiately TU Crazy Mayors testimony dismissed the caso Tho R ilnased Chief of Police A S Gerald was dis- parties had a hot altercation in tho tl from custody in the preliminary council chamber in the morning which Ala was resumed on tho street whore tho trial at Montgomery on tho ground of justifiable homk ido for kill- Â¬ lie was passed m ing W W Cell ell The result meets St Petersburgs Dangerous Situation ivith goreral approval St Petersburg is again suffering from floods caused by storms and winds Blrchlls Dourn PiXJ which pile up the waters of the gulf and The Canadian Cabinent Council has upon the city The after due deliberation decided that Rir river and force them recurrence of this condition of affairs chall shall bo executed on tho 14th loads many to believe that the situation inst of the city is growing more perilous and D Bfcratlc MJorlty In the House that there is danger of comploto sub Â¬ The latest returns on ihe 7th raako mersion at some time of unusually high the Democratic majority in the House water 14 of the Fif Aided a murderers Escape a well known farmor Joel Rutan Benjamin Shay and Robert Shay wore arrested Tuesday as accessories to tho Highest of all b Leavening Power murder of Mrs Nellie Foster by Wm Decker in Elmira N Y Friday night Rutan is an undo of the murderer and all three are charged with aiding his escape Tho arrests have created a sen- Â¬ Â¬ The Dominion Government has Canadas PoUcy de- Â¬ At Roundhouse near Ilinton W Va Saturday Jas A Burnett a white man driving a team had a narrow escapo from being run over by a locomotive and had some words with Goo Linsloy colored tho engineer Burnett drew a revolver whon Linsloy seized a pick and jumped from tho engine Burnett fired and when Linsloy foil shot him three times killing him S7r JiixK PBTOsI and bis son lawyers of Newcastle havo assigned Liabilities 875000 and assets about half that amount Thehf is talk of another bridge be Â¬ tween Cincinnati and Covington Tiifuk is a rumor in circulation that the Louisvillo and Nashville railroad will build a branch road from Pinoville to Mt Pleasant On men aro still leasing land in Rock- Â¬ castle County They havo now some- Â¬ thing more than forty thousand acres leased in tho county Tiif Crittenden Land and Mining Company has a prospecting party in tho field in Crittenden County hunting for A vein of load zinc mineral deposits and spar with a small amount of silver about two per cent is being worked Tho vein is nino feet across tho top goes into the earth an unknown distance and its length is unknown about forty feet having been exposed BuiuiiAits entered the K C depot at Lancaster the other night about twelve oclock and robbod the Adams Express Companys safe of 100 No clow The following Kentuckians wero apÂ¬ pointed clerks in tho Pension Office at a salary of 81000 per annum L R Lew- Â¬ is Richard Law Georgo F Burba Pearce Thompson and John A Stuart TifEcity authorities of BowlingGreen aro negotiating for the purchaso of tho wharf at that place in ordor to give shippers froo wharfage Jimmif Fitziatiuck was killed on the second bridge near Paris by tho 810 north bound train tho other morning Fitzpatrick was known as Jimmio tho Hook being without hands and using hooks This makes tho twelfth man that has been killed at this bridge all on account of their own carelessness and no fault of the read Ono man lias also been hung to this bridge for rape Tin Louisville B6e Bll Club wa3 formally disband d a few nigbt and several of the players left for their homes W T Pfkkins porter of a hotel at by a pas- - having returned from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music will take pupils in vocal and instrumental music at her room in the new school building in the rear of the First Presbyterian Church School will open on Monday September 8th Â¬ Â¬ OVERCOATS AT 500 000 700 800 Vr Bargains iheres argument no room for further ur choice ck of W 1000 And upwards worth rally 25 per cent more than asked JESSE COBB pF Tbis Fine Saddle Stallion willl make tbe season of iSip at the Fair Grounds Richmond Kv at Suits of CLOTHING ATI 500 600 Soots Shoes Eat 3 900 f 1000 And upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked II S15 10 INSURE COLT 8150 175 at prices which make us bevoiul question the LOWEST PRICE HOUSE IN TOWN quality o Above us stands no o stock below us lie no com We have elepeting prices gant goods and plenty of them We have all the leading and representative is now offered Â¬ JESSE COBB is 1554 hands high chestnut color 4 years old weighs close to 200 pounds fine action and - a model saddle horse Is by Mark Diamond 1st dam by Tuttle horse he by Estill Eric sire of dam of Georgette 2194 an e Vara 238 Second dam Lucy by Young Daw Crockett 3d dam by Cannon Whip 4th dam by Traveller All care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapts but will not be responsible should any occur Lien reserved on the colt for the service fee 40- - BOOTS AT Worth fully 15 per cent more than asked Mens e Boys 200 250 300 350 FILLIVIITEII for Ladies STYLES drens wear CHARLES E COLYER CO Dr H otrHRETi Specifics are sclentlflcAlly and carefully prepared prescription used for many in private I ract Ice with success and for over ulrtyjrearsusedby tho people Every single Specific u a special cure for the disease named These Speclnci cure without drugglag purg ing or reducing the system and are in fact and deed the sovereign remediesof theWorld craas usr of pantcipii sos 1 Fever lurmtlon Inflammation Fever Worm Colic I Warns w orm orT doing of Infants 3 Crying Colic Children or Adults 4 limrrnrn ofirlplng mUousColle 3 Dysentery Cholera Storbas Vomiting 7 Coagbs Old Bronchitis Neuralgia Toothache Faceacbe Headaches SfckHeadache Vertigo 10 Dyspepsia Bilious stomach 11 Suppressed or Painful Periods- Whites too Profuse Periods Difficult 13 Cronp Cotgh ErysipelasBreathing Eruptions 11 Salt llhentn 15 Itheamatism Rheumatic Ialns 18 Fever and gne Chills Malaria 17 Piles Hllnl or Bleeding lis Catarrh lifluonia Cold In tbe Head JO Whooping Caagb Violent Coughs 21 nrral Debility Physical Weakness Z1 Kidney Disease 1 J Nrvoas nihility 10 Irinary Weakness Wetting Bed M Diseases of theIIeartPalpltatknl Humphreys Dry Of Ms sina At Prices YOU All 22 Hisses Gents and Our prices are a bomb shell for competitors but a blessing for the people Our prices may startle but they will not vex the caret ii buyer Are the Lewes -- Are the I IIS hn I -- ilii Â¬ Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent Ladies any object to YOU f 8 1 00 it Mtlllllt any inducement I Cloaks al and Cliildreas op come in and take a look at our splendid new goods the BARGAIN ASSORTMENT OF THE SEASON So great in assortment So co non pieaMiig 111 i it So reasonable est in quality 4000 f Flannels Tilonlrrf a MiawiS rain and Twanty Millions for Pensions Sinco tho 1st inst tho Treasury De- Â¬ partment has paid out 520000000 on ac- Â¬ Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent 30 50 JO 92 3 0 m count of pensions causing a reduction of tho surplus to that oxtcnt C VRM1GRN mpelled to Stab His S3n tuniii i At Chicago Frank Oriebo a white haired old man was assaulted Monday night by his son August who was drunk and in self defense the old gentleman used a knifo on the son slashing him four times Tho wounds are possibly fatal Sold by Druggi is or sent postpaid on receipt of price Da Hiithbts Mascai 144 pages richly bound in cloth and gold mailed free Humphreys X edlcineCoHW Fulton St N Y rT Jeansc Barber Shop SPECIFICS ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons itdebted to the estate of DR JOE T HOOD will please call on or before the 1st day of January 1891 and settle same A ter that dav account will be put in the hands of an officer 18 21 CI1ALES STAPP Adm Dont forget to come and see me It will pay you in price Give us a chance and we will give you for your money more Boot s or Shoes or Hats than any other boo town U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 H J STRENG EIBLES FOR EVERYBODY Frankis 106 sation hanged t Wrightsville Ga Friday for tho murder of Lumber Inspector ford at Spann on March 17 last He smoked a cigar on the way to tho scaf- bis death unflinchingly a attempted suicide Thursday but failed Rai- - i Will Mt His Fate With Nonchalance Bethea a colored man was 11 m Baking Powder WUK I Cleveland ickwood of New York wants to be Chairman of the Com- ur sjsi HmUMi ABSOLUTELY PURE The Madison County Bible Society has Brooks in at the drug store of Stockton Richmond a large number of Bibles and Testaments They otfer them at extremely HARRISON D low prices to those who are able to buy and propose to give them away to all who are not able to buy Minis er throughUpholsterer and Furniture Repairer Car out the county are requested to see that All work neatly the poor of their respective vicinities are pet laying a specialty done Eighteen years experience Shop supplied V L CRUTCHER President 109 Irvine st 2nd door from Post oflke Mad Nat Bank 49 48 EAST MAIN STREET MILLER For Sale or Rent STORE HOUSE Â¬ Â¬ We have opened i first class shop I desire to sell and dwire to have the patronage ol large two story ar rent privately the gentlemen latli and children We gtmrantee ftm claae work New and elegant furniture clean throughout and sharp razors iniited lot In E C MOORE logan pf ton Ky J CARMICHAEL - Â¬ - - 1 - r - M - THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON iu Wm G Editor IVKKY WEHSBiDiV BY The Climax Printing White Ciias S Co Powell PRICE PER YEAR 150 12 1890 Velaesday - - November TUf KESILT If THE CUNtiRESSIUSAL ELECTIONS ti look ti amply anuizinj and bewildering at tlit return of Tuesday elet 1 ii i hend it and viirh AlafcaM Arkiuisasi Democrat cannot compre Â¬ Kcjitililicaii is utterly ovcr contemplation of tha fi- I C UK HTlt- a multitude of causes the arbitrary action of Sneaker Bead the unseating of iKiaocrats who were elected by clear and undisputed majorities the paaeage by the Beam of the force bill the filing ap of pensions the destruction of the treasury surjilus the unfair census returns the general unfriendliness toward ith and West the ol vioiis combi nation of the lvepublican party with the factories of the North and East Tne time had come when something must be done Another Republican Con gress meant the passage of the force bill and the unseating of more Democrats It meant the usurpation af all power and authority It meant slavery of the farmer the stockman the Soutltern and Western people aa a mass Bat like old Btnebeard DenMemey haa held up a finger and the show is over follow Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bushels to the acre instead of 12 as now 12 No person shall fjr the same oi tease lw twice put in jeopardy of his and the aggregate production 1000000 Baltimore Journal of Comlife or limb nor 6hall any mans prop- 000 bushels merce erty le taken or applied to public use Â¬ Â¬ THE RKkBBLn AM HILL OF 1 KMH8 - art la i ri Montana N u HWrtihirr ml- - Virginia Frankfort Capital The follow ing is the full text of the Preamble and Pill of Bkehai ls agreed to 1 by the Convention in Committee of the 1 I Whole It should Ik- understood how Â¬ 10 ever that the Convention has not yet finally adopted either and may not do so They constitute the sum of that i 7 bodya work since its assembling barÂ¬ n ring a short section with reference to i the erection of new countie- - This is J Mieuitcd by the Capital in accordance with its promise to puhlish results rather the tedious details of how those 11 11 results were readied 8 5 - 4 IKEAMIIIE ft re this with the diminutive which we enjoy in order to secure to exhibition ol the States that weui l ntione oaraeivea and to succeeding generations the continuance of these blcssi 1 of for e the aeoale of the Commonwealth Kentucky jmiteful to Almighty iod the civil political and religious 4 or dain and establish this Constitution a l 1 Akticie I North Dakota i Booth lit iajkaa Bdl a Byhk That the general great and essential J principles of liberty and free government t aery ha raeapaaed and eaahBahed we l l aachae All men are by nature free and eeaal and have certain inherent and 1 14 inalienable rights ed nd Democratic ut among which may Ik Â¬ ma- - The right of enjoying and defending their lives and liUrt The right of worshiping Al- Â¬ 14 mighty iod accordim to the dictates of ma 11 their conscience 10 tacky Third The right of seek in and pursu7 tts ing their safety and happiness Fourth The right of freely communi cating their thoughts and opinions rsapoaaahle for the abuse of that s liberty Fifth The right of acquiring and 14 property The right of assembling togeth er in a peaceable manner for their com 1 u mon gHhl and of applying to those in with the power of govern 128 to 44 ment for redress of grievanci a ith the ur exhibit if the other proper purposes by petition ad or remonstrance ulilican majorities iiLht to bear arms in de Â¬ a i fense of - and of the State tl ii 5 subject to the power of the General As- 11 17 law- - to prevent pi j to pa from carrying concealed arms shall not 17 t Ik- questioned lie huts Alli- Fijhth That al sol ute and arbitrarv power over the lives liliorty and proper Kansas- ty of free men exists nowhere in are to 1 Dean public not even in the largest majority l l No man or set of men are entitled to Mini Alliance man tea aril rote mainly with separate exclusive public emoluments or privileges from the community except a shall le provided for in this Consti tution and BO law shall be passed by neral Assemblv making any irre socable grant of apectal privileges fran Hill wen or immunities All power is inherent in the people i Republican and all free governments are founded on CONCERNING FARMERS their authority and instituted for their Safety happiness and the protec see monthly crop report on fourth page rcniisylvaiiia Ma BaaM DaakO- - tion f property Eor the advancement Mr Younger Nonis attended a Polled vtnicnt is organising to build Of these ends they have at times and Angus sale in Indiana last week and Brie likc inalienable and indefeasible right to albought ahull ter reform or aholsih their goTfimw ill IkBncci Jake Grady sold oa Court day to Joe in such manner as they may deem projr man Evarts of New York Enibry and John Harris a field of about Wianaaaan and Farwell of 4 That no preference shall ever be one hundred acres of corn for S2000 Co and Morris Armour grrea by law to any religious sect Co have bought 3600 acres of land in Iulke coun ty or denomination A iettei nor to any particuf the filh from Got J P lar creed awde af worship or system of ty Ind where they will establish a big rkansas says there seems t ilult aboarf the i am taw af lKjth ecclesiastical jk dity nor shall say per packing house and build a town son Ik- - compelled to atsend any place of Breckinrii In Boyle county a lot of liiilO pound worship or obliged against his own cattle sold at 4j cents eighty head 1770 Imcasuo Pmmkk Dcanaeant will consent to cotribute to the erection or pounds brought S4 41 fifty head 1750 ejected to the United Mates Senate from maintenance of any such place or to the pounds S4k sixty five head lliOO Illinois the Legislature standing 1 major- salary or supjHirt of any minister of re- poaaila 4 cents ity Deanacaatic on joint Iwillot ligion whatever but all persons shall Ik W D Sutherland weighed up Tuesday protected in their right to worship Al- morning It is strange how a little fellow will try to lake i raves fifty like a kag fellow -l- ark countv mighty iod according to the dictates of cattle average weight 11Sti H They Bad the civil were bought Uepuhlican thin election lK eailse their own conscience some time ago at M cts right- - privileges or capacities of no jer ii went Bepnblkea last electiju fFmoWati r Danscrat son shall Ik taken away or in any wise We have lor sale 5 or 6 good pairs of Aaamora trouble will confront the diminished or enlarged on account of in the next Caaannjaa The ins belief or disbelief of any religious work cattle smooth sad nice and suita le to feed cattle with and then be sold of the House will not Ik- tenet dogma or teaching whatsoever r All enough to accoimiKxlate all the elections shall Ik free and equal with the lot - if they continue to come -i The right of trial by jury shall be Warn Boa held sacred and remain inviolate sub11 v has The Hessian Tiif Hainibal Mo Morning Journal ject to such ruined the early modifications as may be au- Bon sown wheat in Ottowa county Kas and William H Hatch a thorized by this Constitution Lafayette Cass and Jackson counties hmond man for Speaker of 7 lrinting presses shall le free to Mo The damage is so great that the t National House of Kereeantn- every person who Beii an efaie man and would ine the araesaaaaas undertakes to exam fields will Ik- - plowed up and thegrain reÂ¬ of the Geaeraf As placed Speaker sembly or any branch of iovernment The Earmers Alliance did it shriek Whkn the English and German iroii- - and no law shall ever U- made to rethe Republican bxxllers Yes the farmnnatera recently visited naaaaaat strain the right thereof Every person er- did do it but they were aided by the may freely and fully apeak write and i them made speeches in artisan the laborer and every class of cit Â¬ they said iron could he made aa print on any subject being respoaasbla izens who realize the increased taxes im for the abuse of that lilKrty that place as any where in the s In prosecutions lor the publication ixised by McKinleys protection bill the high tariff fellows say we rijit of aiK rs investigating the official con protection Indications point to a large attendance duct of officers or men in a public capac Farmers Alliance did more than ity or where the matter published is of the tobacco growers of the State at the Bht Congressmen They voted proper forpefhlie information the truth convention here on the 12th inst Mass with the Democrats in many instances thereof may he given En evidence and in meetings have been held in all the coun- Â¬ no candidate or where all indictments for lilnds the jury shall ty capitals delegates appointed and reso uncos were hoiteless and thereby have a right to determine the law and lutions condemning the Warehouse com Â¬ caused tie election of Democrats The the facts under the direction of the court bine adopted JEeraaalea IVsBBeript Alliance has caused era to read in other cases Poor A Embry have bought in Madison upon jwcattonu and many of The people shall be secure in their tcr luxt barrels of corn shucked in the field them vote different- sons houses paiers and naaSSBBOSa from at SloO ier barrel or pat in rail ik hs for unreasonable search and seizure and no feeding at flSO W S Lyne of Boyle The National Daaneceal which was es-- warrant shall issue to search any peace made an investment of S170 in a thor AVashington one year ago by or seize any jktsou or thing without de Â¬ oughbred Berkshire gilt Her first litter Bsfeaaad Hudson with the indorsement scribing them as nearly as may be nor of 5 males and females were sold for of many of the great leaders of the Ifflrty without probable cause supported by idi and has the sow with another litter haa entered ujh n its second year with a jatli or affirmation left The corn yield is not as good as was circulation of 4- each week 10 That in all criminal prosecutions expected It is found that the ears are - the largest circulation the accused hath a right to be heard bv I fafl as the shuck seemed to indi- Â¬ ttained by a weekly aewanaajar lu- - himself and counsel to demand the na- cate and the effect will lxto cut the av- ar of its existence ture and cause of accusation against ban leramy Nile wore made at to meet the witnesses face to face to Lancaster on Monday at SI 50 per barrel The Winchester Demean en sore apaxe in telling abrnt Kichmond have compulsory process for obtaining in the field 170 ihucked and put in rail delivere- d- Hrurd raphingto Winchester for a fire en- - witnesses that he can not le compelled pens in field nor The Council ol the National Association ax occupied in telling to give evidence against himself half the sjace iiad can he be deprived of Ms lias liberty or of British and Irish Millers is making sing Winchester to projierty unless by the judgment of his strenuous efforts to improve tbecharaeter r the law of the land and in pros Â¬ of seed wheat being alive to the fact ixertising billthat farmers generally sell their best wheat more oj- - ecutions by indictment or information public trial by an impartial and keep the poorer for seed The fact r trgr numlier of ncwsita- af the ieinage but the ieueral that wheat containing BON gluten and T ckv Assembly may provide by general laws leas starch of good nutritive value in fox a change of venue in each pa other words cannot be grown fromiudif WHAT wr tj- lar both the defendant and the seed needs no demonstration and Yinimon wealth an earnest appeal is made to all concerned vo person for an indictable offense to improve the situation by selecting aWl un- the ainst criminal seed What a field our own country af- Â¬ nte8evi0als that of a lilK ases as do fords for some such agency Thegi J iMispr at- - aaan tn pro and except in meat through tl ultural Depart aaanai exce vai ment is the proper channel by which this aot amount to teloE reform may be reached With a careful m the land or tu ii of seed and more thorough and in Uie militia when in a actual te in the tune of the United spates would be 30 JVaMaor try wjua ungej to Then i 1 Â¬ Â¬ pro-u-ctiÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 9 - Â¬ without consent of his representatives just compensation leing previously made to him nor shall any person Ik- - deprived of his projierty with out due prwess of law 111 All courts shall be ojen and every jereon for an injury done him in his lands goods persons or reputation shall have remedy by due comse of law and right and justice administered without side denial or delay 14 No power of suspending laws shall be exercised unless bv the Jeneral As Â¬ sembly or its authority 1 All crsois shall be bailable Insufficient securities unless for capital of- Â¬ fenses when the proof is evident or the presumption great and the privilege of the writ of hateat eorpwt shall not be sus peaded unless when in ease of rebellion or iuvasion the public safety may re- Â¬ quire it Excessive bail shall not Ik required nor excessive lines imposed nor cruel punishments inflicted 17 The persna of a debtor where there is not strong presumption of fraud shall not 1k continued in prison after delivering ap his estate for the lx iielit of his creditors in such manner as shall le prescribed by law Is No a uirtii law nor any law impairing the obligation of contracts shall be paaaed by the ieueral Assem- Â¬ bly lit No person shall be attained of i or felony by the General Assem Â¬ bly and BO attainder shall work oorrap tion of blood nor except during tne life of the offender forfeiture of estate to the Common wealth iii The estates of such persons as shall destroy their own lives shall descend or vest as in cases of natural death and if any person shall Ik- killed by casualty there shall lie no forfeiture by leases thereof ZL No standing army shall in time of peace Ik maintained without the con sent of the ieueral Assembly and the military shall in all cases and at all tiinesbe in strict subordination to the civil power nor shall any soldierin time of peace be quartered in any house without the consent Ithe owner nor in time of war but in a manner prescribed by law The General Assembly shall not -- grant any title of nobility or hereditary distinction nor create any office the ap- Â¬ pointment of which shall be for a longer time than a term of years 23 Emigration from the State shall not be prohibited 24 Slavery and involuntary servitude in this state are forbidden except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted 25 No armed person or bodies of seen shall ho brought into this State for the preservation of the peace or the suppres sion of domestic violence except upon the application of the General Assemblv or of the Governor when the Assembly may not Ik- in session 9ft Lotteries and gift enterprise are forbidden and BO privileges shall In granted for such purpose and none shall be exercised and no schemesfor similar pur Bball Ik- allowed nor aay other apeÂ¬ ries of gambling or gaming The General bly shall enforce this section by proper peaalti 27 All lottery privileges or characters heretofore granted are revoked o guard against transgression of the high powers which we have dele gated we declare that every thing in tide - exce ted out of the gen eral powers of government and shall forever remain inviolate and that all laws contrary thereto or contrary to this Constitution shall be void and without Last year we imported cattle subject to dutv worth 5o0887 and exerted Â¬ Â¬ 000000 worth a dead meat and 17 worth of In ef on the hoof What good is the increase of duty in the Mc We Kinlcy law going to do the fanner haported no hogs and exported 4olLS live ones of what use is it to increase We iaiorted 178851 pounds the duty of butter and exported b50478 pounds we haported S20702 pounds of varieties of cheese not made here and eaten only by epicures and immigrants and we ex Â¬ 28 pounds we imported ported 2401 bushels of corn and exjKirted 592929 bushels aa imported no corn meal and exported 312181 barrels we imjorted 1104I bushels of wheat and barrels of flour and we exported 4t 414 Ill bushels of wheat and 74805 barrels of flour There isnt a farmer in the country who supioses that increasing our duties on these products is goiug to increase the pn The Paris Kentuckian Citizen says A weeks ago we published the sale of Mr C Alexandis cattle to Mr M Gold- Â¬ smith for the Iandon and French mark Â¬ ets and the item has been published all over America and EnglauiT They are the finest lot ever raised in this or any other country and those raised by Mr Alexander in former years have given him a world wide reputation as a cattle raiser but the 700 head this year far sur pass those shipped la fore By permis sion of Mr Moses Kahn we are allowed to publish the following letter from Mr Goldsmith now in Iondon Lamms Eso October 20 1890 few Â¬ Â¬ jdio Shop Removed George T Little has removed his barber shop down street to the house formerly occupied by Sanders cigar store secHe ond door from Herndons corner invites his old patrons and the public genCustomers promptly erally to call waited upon Everything clean and first Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Littles Barber SEE OUR LINE OF FALL WINTER BE ON YQUq Ps Qs OVERCOATS LOOK AT of class and the best of work done 12 Â¬ DoneLson has a quantity of new Sulkies Surries and Buggies of the newest and most popular pattern and at very reasonable figures 5- ANNOUNCEMENTSFOK CIRCUIT CUUltT CbEUK B O POAKLI of Speedwell Is n - candi Â¬ date for Circuit Court Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo Â¬ 16 cratic party 1 vtrr it M f Both the method and results wbei Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleaaaal and refreshing to the tafete and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and euros hahittsr constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptahle to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sals in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for auy one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ IY you make up your mind to purchase your Fall and Clothing Furnishing Gooda 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 place lor vou to go and that is to the old and reliable house of COVINGTON the largest Retail Clothiers in Central Kentucky A MITCHELL in stock everything that is new and stylish and you can They keep not 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 for the long cold winter that every one the goose bone included predicts We do not advertise to sell Clothing at less than cost nor do we advertise to sell goods cheaper than our competitors can buy them but we do adver You wanl tise to sell them as low as any one quality considered made Clothing and we want your trade so give us a first class well call inspect our magnificent stock learn our prices and we are confident 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¬ n Tnr -- OIVJ3 ISINTJOQ CLOTHING COVINGTON before You Buy Mi Mosks K uin Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Peak Sik The time being near when Mr Alexanders cattle have to be shipÂ¬ ped I ask you as a personal favor to myself and for the best interests concerned to see that all necessary precautions are taken to insure the arrival of the cattle in the best Mssible condition and without loss Eirst and most hliprailim Streets stable cars must be obtained therefore give Mr Fischer timely notice for about the numlier of cars you will require Second cars must Ik well bedded but not supplied with hay as cattle are to be unloaded and rested U hours in Buffalo Third cattle must be loaded light say II to the car where extra heavy not more than 12 Take corn from cattle about two days before shipping Have gKl shipper in charge and impress ujon him that these rattle must have extra care in handling Will give you plen ty notice when to ship them I leave this matter to yours and Mr Alexanders I am confident Mr Alexandiscretion der will do all in his power and want you to do your share to bring alxmt the best possible results I will remain in 1 ondon until the cattle arrive so that 1 can distribute them myself to many cus tomers who want none other but Mr Alexanders rattle for Christmas for they have been buying them for many years Yours truly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MTIUL MITCHELL Clothiers and Furnishers near Hotel Glyndon KrA y Bef crs You Buy Southside Main Street COMTQMTCIL FINE CLOTHING You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest styles and goods and I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES best WW A ALL SIZES ALL KINDS Stock the Largest all sizes qualities and prices Try a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prices XTrj-f-o Rnfyf Q CLJJU JUUC JJUU UO Ql irl RVirkOG Winter is coming sary than a good pair of j and nothing is more ik 1 Shes hare of M Tin- - Goldsmith - Mich ig an State Board of Health believing consumption a communicable disease adiscs that all pupils affected be excluded from the public schools 100 KEN AKD T100 chiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders llV lllfelllllg VJTUUUb ight SllK J ilC JjjLC Shirts from the cheapest up Collars and Cuffs in abundance Neckwear Handker avy plain fancy cotton woolen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i - I Â¬ Â¬ i The readers of the Climax will pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure and in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrb Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being 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 have 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 Sold by Druggists 75c 4 be 1 TJllCl6rW68ir medium W 30- - J POWELL MoKees Oomer Prices the Lowest Geo M Willging 209 W Main A GRAND FEAST OF BARGAINS Having determined to change our business January 1st Street - Louisville Uy Oluver Tobacco Market Durrelt Louisville Tobacco 7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- Ware House Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 2232 hhds with receipts for the same period of 867 hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 131722 hhds Prices this week have ruled very firm on medium good and fine grades of burley in sweet condition and U is also true that o O Ui J3- - to o o H W I 71 Everything in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost I 3 o 3 -35 a -- --- J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ the lower grades have shown more activity with a slight improvement in prices but not enough to justify an advance in quotations The new crop has not presented itself on our market yet except by the representation of a few very common hogsheads The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley tobacco Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 200 to 350 Colory Trash 400 to Soo Common Lugs not colory 3 30 to 5 00 Colory Lugs 3oo to 14 00 Common Leaf 7 00 to 9 00 Medium to Good Leaf floo to 1600 Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 2500 Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 3300 Â¬ Â¬ ert- - EVERY ie ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN1 Â¬ 0 H ft r 2 o I A Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LTNE nt Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Underwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole r PI WILLIAMSON Crooke Bennett August 27th 1890 Urmston LIVE Â¬ Â¬ STOCK MAEKET EEPQRT By UKKKNK S KMllllY UC Stock Commission Merchants at Iliclu liali Union Stock Yards ami Covington Slock Yards J 6 SHIPPING CATTLE Cincinnati Ohio Nov loth Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good 3 oo 2 75 1 1890 3 25 city mjansBBa Civil Engineer and Surveyor Surveys made for Railways Turnpikes Roadways Estimates tiven c Farm drainage Town laid off Â¬ 758 75 3 00 2 25 3 00 2 75 2 25 2 75 2 50 1 GENERAL LAND SURVEYS lts FREEMAN more than half a century the name of Freeman has before the public Dont you recollect that your used to have his boots and shoes made at Freemans because he could get them to fit his feet and the price to fit his pocketbook and his ideas of value Now Freeman continues 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 includins Van Houtons famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where Call at JSo 2 lust Street 19- - P M POPE HEADQUARTERS FOR BUTCHER CATTLE to Extra Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen 3 40 3 Â¬ io 2 75 2 2 50 1 1 1 50a 75 25W Lfaee retraced Special attention given to toKgriliial miis and platx of farms and other lands oriesonil ence solicited with parties interesteti 3 50 in survevs of lands in mountain coun Â¬ 3 35 ties of Kentucky 3 00 Office City Hall Richmond Ky 2 75 2 85 1 FOR All Kinds 9- - of Hardware 00 1 50 25 Â¬ - BULLS Shipping Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Best Best 2 1 1 1 REMOVAL I HAVE MOVED MY 00 90 75 25 2 15 2 00 1 Blacksmith Shop Â¬ 0 1 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stockers Best Grades Fair to Good Common Best Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy HOGS Select Butchers Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights Light Pigs 4 05 3 65 3 50 2 2 oo 2 75 2 oo 1 90 to my new building on Third Street 50 wncre 1 nave cery lacuiiy lor aoing the best of work more rapidly than ever before Will be pleased to see all my old pa tront and many new ones S KSHK9HBHHiBBHIMIHB9flHHEBViHaiMHHaHBanBBai Coal Vaseg STOVES OF VERY--DESGRIPTION 75 3 00 2 00 2 25 2 00 lrRemember I have moved to Third Street bet Irvine and North Streets 11- - COWS AND CALVES 38 20 L MIDK1FF oo40 00 oo35 00 10 00 iS 00 5 00 5 35 4 50 5 00 1 75a 2 00 4 10 3 00 3 80 MASTER COMMISSIONERS Notice to Creditors Madison Common TJ Tribbles Trustee T J Tribbles Creditors against L3RNER f0SVSIll0til THIRO AND JEFFERSON -- H STRATTOH BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST 7 STREETS LOUISVILLE FMt WANT wnrai tl muniip TINWARE Pleas Court Turkeys Wanted Important Notice Â¬ - kfafrXe -7 50 SPRING LAMBS Extra 5 All persons having against the estate of hereby required to tile 3 55 or before December will be barred S 5 75 j Pdtngatyer 60a JJ 23 Mr Geo WJudy will commence dressunsettled claims ing turkeys for us in Richmord about T J Tribble are Nov ist and will pay the higlvet market them before me on prices for good turkeys delivered at pens ist iSqo or same For prices and further particulars address E SCOTT GILMAN BRENT MC M C P C 18 39 Paii Ky I Debts due McKee Traynos for he tervice of stallions serving mares in 1887 1888 18S9 itnd 1890 mint be paid to Owen KcKee All mares farmed In 1889 by McKee Traynor having colts living at weaning time will be paid for by Owen McKee owner of the colts April 14 1890 44- OWEN McKEJF GUXS AND AMMUNITION CALL AND SEE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE heaty MIfTBBiiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaMaaaIMMBiBaBiaaiaiiliiaatiiaaia HBMjBlWMMMMMMMMajjaajajMpaajaaawaJJM THjECLIMAX All Do re Thursday All the E T V AG officii Wtdnaaday - - Norembtx 12 1890 here on last Thursday to arrange for reg- Â¬ ular trains to begin last Monday B If Wrena Central Passenger Agent A V lxt us have an iera house Lsyette Gcbm t Agent W K Money to loan on real estate Woodward General Manager John Mc S lK li Lelod Chief En ineer AVilliam CornRichmond neels an oiiera house and a wall TVessiu C I Ayres Trainmas- Â¬ ter J J Famsworth Division Passenger team firi engine Agent S A Benson Secretary Passen Â¬ Mr T T Covington is out again after ger Department two inontlis of brer Tae Largest Tin Rsof In the Country liar trains on the Three Forks be Â¬ Messrs W C Fitapatrick Co have gan running Moml completed the extensive tin roof of the to burn at the W S Haass The wheat continue Co distillery warehouse i lionaiiKi Bailer Mills at Silver Creek this county It con lerk at the iarnctt tains XH sjuaies or 37500 square feet Mr Cv or well nigh an acre and coat 2S0 Drop in and aee him How Mr Fitapatrick boegbt his tin before the WV bare relmilt their coal McKinley alvance or it would have demolished during the liie est above 130001 This roof is the largM C Heaths coal yaid is prepar est in the county and we doubt if there is a larger one in the the State miab Baal of all kin Is See ad The time required was twenty working days AVm Bell alias Win M Nelson is in and the force was two men and a helper argcl with forgery Kv Waco W 1 Buckley foreman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ county ever had at one time Wheat made an average of 16 bushels per acre NIUHTKALL corn is worth 46 cents per bushel wheat We have S5 cents and oats 25 cents All tiim and trembling overhead tiur shipping points in as many directions seem westward going The stars five miles from this place and yet I And softly still in Mowed bed learned from the business men of this is flowing The meadow brook place to dy that thry have paid in the The golden rod hangs dim and jale last six months for hogs and cattle twen-ty-fiBenecth the dew drops bending thousand dollars for wheat fifty The purple mists that filled the vale thousand and corn and oats twenty five Aie to the heights ascending thousand making a total of one hundred thousand dollars and in the three years The crescent moon is lingering yet that I have been here I have never seen a mist dimmed mountains Alwvethe farmer bring grain fail to take their cash H- But toon behind the slopes to set cele- Â¬ CO value home in his pocket if he wished to And beam on western fountains The west winds breathings of the past We also have a creamery that pays to the farmers in this immediate vicinity Set jonder clouds in motion eight hundred dollars jer month for azure vast Which cross the starry Your correspondent also refers to milk Lata ships upon the ocean our prohibitory law joints instead of saWhile gazing on the inverted deep We admit that the law does not loons I feel its glowing splendor absolutely prohibit the sale of intoxicants A love lit fire the star suns keep neither does the statutes against murder That beams in rays full tenJer and theft but it greatly restrains it I HOUSE NOTES To nght theres not a chord but thrill have seen more drunkenness in the town Ard yields its sweetest treasure of Richmond in fifteen minutes than I Bowennan Bros of Lexington leased That swells and rises till it tills have seen during my residence in Kan l of Chaa Bsbcock Canton 111 the brood The spirit with Loves pleasure Wise and Otherwise Your correspondent says the law sas mare Lida Lewis dam of Pauline ty 0 H Chenault s imjiort Ky is not enforced There is at present three Samuel Phelss Ieland delivered at Wilhrlm Morrill and Carrie Walton horse men in the county jail scrying a sentence the court house Monday niidit the first lh season 1880 23 by Sentinel for IBB for tMXXL She will el COltRESPONDKNCE two under bond for their appearance of a series of lactates under the Basbe bred to Wilton at court for running joints in the citv Dkkwua is in jail for steal s the Kentucky Womens Con The American Horse Show opened at WACO t from the store of J 15 federate Monument AawadatMB Your correspondent may know more The the Exposition Building in Chicago SatMr Sidney Hamilton has been granted about the whisky business in Kansas than bore suhject was ably handled and con urday The 1000 entries comprises all a pension I do The folks that ride through Kansas Pi of am Nov 2th will tained volumes of food lor thoughts of breeds of horses from the heavy Clydes Elder Rowe will preach at Flat Woods on the ralroad or stop just a few davs the young The substance of the rtainment worthy of a liberal generally know more than the oldest res next Saturday night lecture was that all avocations are equal dales and Normans down to the little ly honorable that every boy an every Shetland pontes John T Hughes of The boys celebrated the glorious Dem idents In regard to the jeople being iitiii notices of Collins fc girl has capacity for a bright and useful Lexington and W II Wilson of Cynthi night hard Up I will say Sedgwick county Kan ocratic victory last Wednesday ana are there with the verv best horse and the Richmond piano career if it be only discovered has twice the population of Madison with bonfires and anvils here and that flesh any county and there is not half as many it is ln tter to lc B good fanner or I good Dr John Creed the Kirksvilie dentist Kingston the property of Phil Dwyer drawing aid from the county of Sedg al man Everybody wants Mayor Collins to mechanic than a poor p has been doing work in this community New York out of Imported Kajana and wick as there was in Madison when I was or woaian M 1 S3 AIYITV some open house on his huild the pas week by Spendthrift both belonging to Col 0 there and there is not any one within my liinit nicr Mr M T Bybee our polite Post- knowledge suffering for the necessaries of Fair Siurgcstiou 11 Chenault sold in New York on last 1 lagan master attended the Wilson funeral at life I have never heard a man offer less Mrs B It Ls stated by the Richmond papers Thursday for 190000 A fine picture of Administratrix of NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Irvine last week that their Fair Association cleared Jlsoo Kingston is on exhibition at Madison Roliert Hawaii serves notice in thi than one dollar per day for farm work above the expenses at their late exhibi- Â¬ National Bank This sale adds material The roller mills at this place are doing nor less than three dollars per week for itrs and debtors tion We are glad to hear it Tiny ly to the value of Col Cheamatts stable an imrrense business now they are run- women to do housework Mr Kic Lilian formerly of this aimed in the Poet Office Rciuai J will dear more next year if they will Kajwnga and Spendthrift are worth more ning day and night A reader of The Climax - clerk of the Executive Pe Â¬ at Richmond Ky week ending Nov 4 spruce things np and pay more attention by several thousands than before Si jo The Matthew Grinstead and Jim OldJ W Chandler nt of the State of Arkansas to details Enlarge your accommoda Morris Sam We are glad to see our od friend Chand- Andrews Sarah ham fa ms are the onlv farms advertised The Fall Trotting Meeting at Danville Konnaii Lai slaughteied 200 turkeys v Ann Willie II Moaa I lor apsetason of yoar raees pro Saturday Monday and Tuesday Nov 1st for sale near here now ler rip our correspondent up the back Wile Brodus H G beginning They have ride a decent retiring place for gentlemen will utterly M and 4th brought out some fine sjort it m viv Only one church at this place so far and hope in turnj our cor Ni nr- N McLiswne S Center 00 at 7 cents per jound instead of that hog waBon It Collins Wi jirohilit each day though the track was some llasket G G has dei ided to have a Christmas tree mutilate the corpus of Mr Chandler nie Madison ought what heavy on Saturday and astiffbreese is fun for the boys Sedgwick county has Darkey Lucy - - KENTUCKY RICHMOND The prisoners in jail can not see visi- skin gambling games but U is hoped that there will be more Henry Suan 1000 square miles of territory whereas lb on Wednesdays from to not to be wi masse rl by Boyle Shelby interfered in the matter of record break- Â¬ Miss Amanda Couchman one of Clark s Nellie Gentry Martha Daviess r any other county in the at- ing The most interest im event of the solicit a share of your trade J the Jailer Wattson John countys most fascinating young ladies Madison has only 400 and Sedgwick has Goldberg J tractiveness of its agvii ultural and me me ting was the trotting of the phenome but 000 more population than Madison llathmore WiodsonTurner Na has retjrned to her home near WinchesThey keep r of grisshojjn rs fell in the chanical fair XicholariUJourmil Turner Touge Mrs Youve Jackson Wm standing 25000 to 40000 nal yearling Conner by C F lay The ter after a short visit at Mr Jess Cobbs of Richmond m part Sunday Turner Nance Lamp T heard about a man thinking everybody colt made a quarter easily on Saturday in DRUGS BOOKS The Irvine tragedy Lei Carta nil H articularly noticeable on Mrs John Clift holding ticket No -- 3g else drunk when he gets drunk himself 036 and on Monday made a hail mile in Marten Mahala Gemma Anatonio High str drew the fifteen dollar quilt advertised to therefore that M Wilson one of the principles John 15 minutes in Richmond 11 which it is chumed heats the record STATIONERY Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m Taylor on perhaps be givtn away by Zittle Ed Climax Mr Joe Collins has boogbt of Mrs in the Lilly Wilson homicide at Irvine for a yearling that distance in the state Money order and registered letter hours Nov 1st They sold 1200 tickets in the prompt 7 a in to 6 p in the Wherritt resilience set forth in last issue diiii on Wednes On the third day the six races jmt five PERFUMES GraMying To All twenty three days Ii WILLIS r m Main S4UK cash Mr day Be and Dr Lilly were buried new entries in the 10 list on a rather lT early Mr W H Sale was at the polls The high position attained and the Thursday the former at the home place slow SOAPS DYES ipy it track The sjort was good and the and late in behalf of G J Gilliam on universal acceptance and approval of the the latter in the cemetery A naasber of attendant e large A eord lim Tad lock who sjK nt several months Old Fellows went election day but it was found on Tues- pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of H0T1CE TO CREDITOBS uji from Richmond The largest and most important deal in KihtnondH line years Hgo cut Mon- - and attended loth funerals Lillys as day night that his and Jno R Keenes Figs as the most excellent laxative known mi lors thrKit from ear to ear at mere spectators and Wilsons asnicmhers highly bred trotters for exportation hits were the only names registered for the illustrate the value of the qualities on All persons having claims against G W just been consummated at Lexington llarrodslmrg last week which its success is based and are abunProhibiion candidate at this place of the order the latter bavins recently Willis or nd everv thine else in the lhw- Beerman Brothers Germany Berlin Mr Cash Maupin has moved with his dantly gratifying to the California big t I iiyi4 inv i4iii i the Methodist church joined the Richmond lodge The suae have bought the following well bred lot List and Sundry I prope Syrup Company family i ito his pretty new dwelling oppominister Rev Welburn olliciatcdat both re a choice sapper to n fore December 000 of B J Treaby and they will This commosite the BajUist church The finest eating is prosaised fanerals I I Iosev claim agent of the Illi- be barred J B WILLIS Trustee Smiths Syrup ol Black Cohosh dious structure was built by W S FieldGrant Lilly is dangerously hurt but re- be taken to Germany for breeding jmrImmIv should go K al nois Central Railroad was here the past Dillard dam Nannie and to race covering er and son and is considered one of the The of for cou week in conference with 11 P Jacobs burjan horse thieves mb-- them accidentallyother wounded all br m 18 by John THOMAS B AYRES handsomest dwellings in this end of the shot are slightly hurt of Repetition 219J Keep a anil J W Tcrkca in regard to a settle- Â¬ ir the md incendiaries are a beaptOO and are Lady Innea by Innee Glen county last getting well They are Jailor Dillard dam Wi wish also to re winter- ment tor the killing of John Irowler oi and an unusually rigid en- coc Belle Macev ell f weanliiiL bv C Powell Levi Reynolds Henry Wooshey Agency Mr Wm Adams brought to town last this county at Mantino Ills July 7th Esal mind our patrons that our un Â¬ of the law must le resorted to dam Bonnie Maceya Hambletonian Bui Coffman and Henry NeaL Saturday a sweet potato that measured It will be remembered that Mr Crowler May Wilkes met Belle by Duster Gold Dust J I Allan o this city has sold his 3o feet long and claims it is the longest i route to Danville from Waco b f weanling by Red Wilkes dam NanRETCRNED TO RICH- Triplets rest in the steam mill at Allans potato ever grown Mr Adams is the Texas when the disastrous affair occur HAVING 1 iLimi iu K Grace LitOn Thursday night November 0th nie Dillard by John Dillard Will rrumback Jr of Madison man tint lias beileu more buzzards than red ami he was instantly killed Mr attention again lo the buying and elhng b i yearling by Maceya Hambleaug tleton -- h Dem- - Mrs John C Mason materially Wmdtakr any other living man He catches them V A Caldwell an unle of the let eas ot Real Estate and the Collection ot Ac- - J- nw nrrivin- - from the ta I will thank you for vour patron- mented the population of Madison Boun tonian dam Nannie West by ollie West in a trip of his own invention and bells ed placed the matter in Mr Jacobs counts markets and will 21- by Ahnout jr Mt ty by the production of three healthy Almont Maid hr in all he catches and turns them loose Mr N B Deatherass baa sold ont his hands and the outcome is a compromise your inspection niout dam by Hamlins Fatchen Gem brm well develojied Imys Alexander Rankin At the Forks voting jilace just across for 1280 which was paid to Mr Caldin the furniture house of Collins 10th Come ai ex and Robert Dr C S Holton was pres- pi hy Almont Jr dam Marinda by the river from here in Estill county old well last week There wis no suit enetage to bis partner Mr J 8 ent Moss Rose bin 6 Mamhrino Patchen ceedingly nieman Bill Pucket and his two sons Am- tered or threatened and the railroad much other busi He has t dam Nannie Such an occurrence is rare We can by Macys Hambletonian brose ind Tobe killed with clubs Henry company voluntarialy made the pay nding his attention Van TasseU b s 4 by Critby Big Dan not recail but two other similar occur Puckets were ment mentioned above There have Hall a debuty Constable dam Princess Annie by Ashland tenden Al wiiom img claims a in the county per Thursday night by the It will be seen ntar here latt Friday with an Estill been eleven other settlements made km estate of Robert Hagan deceased will Chief Ahby West bUt m 9 by Ahdal the Episcopal Church netted that the Enquirer found only tenor County Deputy Sheriff in hot pursuit the same wreek but those were for in- please praeat the same to me properly and was jronounceil the lx st twelve cases in the States of Ohio Indi- Â¬ lah West dam Little maud by Prince of before verified for but as yet have failed to capture them juries only as Mr Crowler was the only ber 15th pa nacnt on or by Dus Wales Bonnie Belle eh m 1 chunh sujjht within the recollection of ana Kentucky and West Virginia dat isno or the same will be barkilled The matter was ad Â¬ red Tie rack laying is almost completed passenger arches hack five years when ter Gold Hist dam Old Kate by Duroc lit Wish to inform the public that All persons indebted to the esta to the depot near here and by the time justed to the entire satisfaetioii of all con Â¬ the it ofired the Sloo prise a fear months Jr Lady Lambert eh in 15 by Daniel Mr Thomas IS Ayres having returned T Ramsey is cerned and Mr Loecy retnmed toCbi please come forward and M Lambert dam by Te Boy Lady Smug during the lib of us see what figure this should the depot is built and business is transact The director says the coinage MRS S J HAGAN Sera fa with tin ito the ago mother and children are doing gler dam Country Maid hy Hamlet the year was the largest in the history of cut Really there is no good reason why ed on load to this point a large pottery eago on Saturday DtatrHU Admteate The 1Xi tor and real estate agent ruer Dr 13 hy Allie West factory will have commenced building m Mamie West the mint aggregating 112608071 pieces this particular office abonl lie considered To Loan Money for mortgage on Mrs Mason is a daughter of Mr well prompt and reliable man and W L ling his int dam Madam Deadly by Stanhopes Ed valued at 602M436 The value of gold a ministerial prise at all It should be This enterprise is composed of Waco first class real estate Alexander Cornelison HOTICJ nider his claims Oldham but is now runn win Forrest of sil- Â¬ awarded to the man who is best titled to men and will certainly be built The pieces coined was 220517480 22- Mrs K G Higoins K L Gentry received a telegram She Wants Her Kjgtal The Stock Farm has ail along been in ver dollars 35923816 of subsidiary sil discharge its duties regardless of his re- Â¬ depot near here will no doubt be a busi- Â¬ The firm of Collins Prof Sheff the celebrated Optician and dertakers and dealers A Deatherage is In this in Furniture ligious belief Any entanglement with ness place and a town is sure to go up tnrdsy announcing the dangerous 9202070 and of minor coins 1 favor of allowing young men all the op There was a large and intelligent audi Specialist of the refraction of the eve day dissolved by mutual consent Mr While the mail was being changed ol 173 Gold and silver bars were the Churches should be ignored for it is and Bessie children ence at the Kentucky Democratic Club portunities possible for exercising their lint All persons indebt Deatherage retiring whos glasses irave scch excellet satisfac h Dry Gold 23342 contrary to the genius of our institutions here last Saturday a smooth faced The following from manufactured as follows ster Mis Paiiesit at Memphis in Covington Friday night to hear bent toward horses 1 Armers Jewelry ed to the linn will pV tion is now at 1 and will Jirove detrimental to the great crushed hat light overcoat young man 11 silver 704535780 Sunday and took Fir made connect aura Clay of this city discuss the a Maine contemporary will show the dis Store and will remain until next Wednes ravirunts may be remain to either partv nuary Mr Deatherage cause of popular education in the Com about 21 years old presented for payment thai ant The meet astrous results that follow when a young with W S ii Fife near I ii of womans rights The cost of building the best of Macad day evening Nov 20 Those needing lg DanvUle Advocate at two of the stores here a check signed man whowants to become a trotting amized reads is quite equal to building monwealth old corner at the red I r J 1 glasses or using glasses not suited to their the Com- - ing was called to order by Mrs H C J S COLLINS A youth at J H Boggs on Madison National Bank of the Dmi1 Womans horse driver is thwarted and wants his old frien Fanner President N B DEATHERAGE - Court in the case of Taltmi railroads in the prairie States The total All eyes will do well to consult him DIED for Northjiort Me who has a great passion cost of building the road from Louisville 19 5 ad payable to Wm Bell but ladies and gentlemen and ti nks administrator etc will on Bights flans iiaf ion Rev Frank Woods kinds of defective vision of the old or The Richmond Piano Company com- failed to get it cashed at these places for riding hut who was denied the use of public generally to call on S via Bardstown Ghwcow ami Bcottsville to Eyes tested for g bee 4th sell publicly Baker followed with a prayer and F Thornton J Infant of It M and Ollie Gregory Shaw owing 0 his being a btranger He then young corrected was thou introduced and the family steeds decided to have a ride the Tennessee line including bridges MissClav him he can ell t N B Deatherage is this iav d without charge m on Sroii1 street next to it was buried in Kichmond cetnetry Sunday took it to Eikins Bros store and got 14 00 anyway and hitched ap a cow to his mutual consent Mr Deatherage retiring cheaper than li 70400 The cost of the Maysvflle Whites druu Hon- of late occupied as opened her remarks by showing from a Clinrrh Snipr fathers beat baggy for the purpose The and Lexington road sixty four miles Â¬ F TllOKN ION Infant of J W Ballard died of mem on the check that being all the change large anaaber of quotations that the M Povntz an oiiie iv Dr We ll re The cow they hud on hand and said he would he J SCOLLINS On to morrow evening at the Luxon present condition of women was incon result is described as follows long was 430400 including thirteen toll branous croup and was buried in Kich cured the services ot Mr B DEATHERAGE N liors back Monday morning after the remain- - building the ladies of the Methodist sistent with the teachings of the Bihle was very docile until be tried to drive houses and six covered bridges an aver mond ceinetry Sunday Green man and M When the After the stage with the pass- Church will give a supper for the benefit inf 52 her then w hat a spectacle At Bellfontain O on Saturday Nov and divine laws and showed the valua age of 666250 per mile That would Haelwood and Mrs Millioi ranter a Lnauey ot w mniester was enger had gotten halfway to Irvine Mr of the Church Hot coffee birds oysMl 1890 to Mr and Mrs MJ Hill ble work of women in building uji the cow felt the weight of the buggy attached build a railroad over the Western prairies taken with congestion of sladies ee the brain Elkin became doubtful of the validity of ters salads pickles celery cakes ice ml to her she gave one loud bellow and w ith on Christian Church general protection to ladies On Wednesday the remains of Wm at 10 oclock Friday morning and died at the check and to satisfy his own mind cream sherbet and other luxuries Ev- Â¬ Miss Clay then illustrated that many of tail over her back went kicking and 4 in the afternoon He was related to the got into a buggy and drove to Mr ltoggss MBry Found Now is tho and children dunging through the garden tramping Hoskins who died in 80L his wife Elis erybody invited and an excellent supper ssful employments that formerly oc of that name in this county I M Fane and E D Bnaavdhave time to buy your goods ours the vegetables and knocking down bean sbeth Hoskina who died in isno Then family house a id found from Mr Boggs that the guaranteed from 4 to 10 oclock Supper cupied the time of women at home by the and s sum of money the p died in 1866 William Hosare so low that we may have B Prather died at the home of his check was not given by him and proit modern mechanical inventions which poles the young man holding on to the Hoskins who Us nets can have same by jrov have placed iii the factory the production seat howling for some one to stoj her kins who died in 1888 and Oeorge Hos father Elder J W Prather in Rich Â¬ nounced it a forgery whereupon the foliu to mark them u Mil ICE aan thereto Dont all speak at of place of down We now havo made at hut nothing could stop her Finally a kins who died ill 1S02 were removed mond Ky on Sunday Nov Bth 1890 lowing morning Elkin went to Irvine and ail those things which were Dick Robinson and buried in He was a traveling salesman and only a found that the gentleman in question had on Hand ana daily home hence the necessity of women go Â¬ stoM wall got in her track She cleared from Camji From this date henceforth no visitors a splendid stock of it in grand shape but the baggy young the Cemetery bare The three last named lew months Bgo was the picture of health Elkin will be allowed in the Jail except on Wedjust lefi the hotel for Clay City ing away from home to find employment hiak Ojirnin-- rof Col Wm A Hosbut that uncoil juerable disease con never bring in doing good hired a fresh nesdays from 1 to oclock This Nov UUlKSIStinB of our modern in- Â¬ man and harness were so badly mixed up were the children White st Allen will have a Ii then the a neighbor who eauie to the rescue kins the two first the Colonels father sumption carried him away The funer- rig and with the brave Irvine town mar12th 1890 SofflBstie Ores 1ining next Monday and Tues dustrial system force women to enter with that When the coffin containing al took place from the residence Monday shal stirted in pursuit could not tell one from the- other The and mother It is not known John F Wagers Jailer bin ad in to days Cu- - men in the competition for employment their cow has not yet been found but the ruin the remains of Thomas was opened it was afternoon and the burial in the sssnetry now whether or not they captured the Nut Lump and Anthracite J- - C 22 23 Parks Deputy every lady go to the ojiening why not accord them an equal right and Ladies Mad Gents Furnishing is she left behind w ill ever he a monument found that his hair had grown to the Mrs Battle Phelj A new hi A word protection near White scoundrel but it safe in presuming that died i sweejis cleiin Equal Rights The buggy was carried to length of ten inches Capt Geo II Hall in Madison county Kentucky on he will be caught if he remains this side of the to her wrath Miss Clay eave more illustrations to the wis- is surlicient Dobyna informs your correspondent that The annual meeting of the Equal Rights Shoes Trunks in fact everyability and fitness f women for outside the barn in baskets and the young man Saturday November 8th 1890 She was of the Atlantic as Mr Elkin though he it ia well remembered that at the time of on a stretcher thing kept in a lirst class did wrong in cashing a strangers check is Association of Kentucky will be held in Eagraved Visitis Cards emjloynient Why not extend that great sick only a few minutes Her health To All Tarts of the City the boys death his hair was short Diui hansome enough to follow him to the Richmond on the 3rd and 4th days of Destore We call especial attenfree and en- - truth that all men are born had not been gooxl for a year or two uMW office for viUi cor Lancaster Record NEWS PARAGRAPHS cember at the Court House The people end of tie earth or get him tion to our suit isiting cards of the latest styles equal to include women but her demise was not expected Her The town marshal of Irvine and Mr of this community are most earnestly re- Clay is a daughter of Cassius Clay Ex Chief Justice Pryor has been com Â¬ maiden name was Fowler her first hus and rk Fifty cards with your Judge A M Portwood of Inwreceuuig pelled to make an assignment of his prop to attend the meetings of this as- Â¬ aaase and the plate only SI You and her splendid appearance gives her band the late Dr James Baker and bet Elkin caught their prisoner in Clay City quested is dead brought him and placed him in the sociation of men and women which is orShe was erty in Henry county to meet estimated last husband Samuel U Phelps his first and can not find a more ajjirojriate Chris great UiagniJism as a sneaker ganized for the purpose of persuading men The Daviess County Fair Association Liabilities of S7 kjo on security debts paid wife being ma ior either a lady or gentle Â¬ the guest of Faigenia B Farmer while in Left at Whites Drug Store Chenault her sister She was B sister Richmond jail examining trial to day at 125 Alterlorwood Customto extend to women an equal protection of has declared an annual dividend of SO for kindred Wednesday This is a liard lot and yet of Dr ClifF Fowler of Lincoln county man friend niKjUii 1 Covington Hagans h Cos Grocery or Powers -Made Boots and Shoes l cent the laws with themselves in the enjoyment jier thousands are compelled to bear it The and Mrs John F Bush of Clark comiDrug Store will receive prompt attention WHAT ANOTHER FELLOW KNOWS- low cost and other c of the privileges and immunities of citizenThree Forks Time Card Dr Browne and Miss Clay Pre wilt both great misfortune is that the cloud breaks ty The funeral was jireached at Mt PERSONAL M C HEATH 22- ship in obedience to the command of God made best brands of Sho ilar trains were pat an the Three of Winchester were married in Louis so often when a man has passed the mePleasant church on Sunday by Rev B Kan Nov 7th 1890 to do unto others as they would like to Cliarwatkrall very cheap A ville last week ridian of life like Judge Pryor when it C Ilagcrman and the teonains were de Editor Iiilroad Mendey They leave at Mr K R Buriiam is in luisville of th Climax have others do unto them in all things line of all kinds of Shirt arrive at 1M ji m leave at 1econies extremely difficult to recover the jiosited in Richmond cemetery Augustus Shaipe proprietor of a large Miss Minnie Wagers who has Ik cii I would like to say a few words through whatsoever Ar- Â¬ m and arrive at 104 p m Over and Under frot 15c j confined to her room for the jiast month dry goods store in Louisville accused one ground that has been lost The security the columns of your paper Your corCommunicated Mrs James Bennett V rive at Louisville at 12 and leave at is wrong to 2 below cost of his clerks of stealing and now Le is system as a business principle with jmeumonia has recovered by her friends Mrs N respondent that writes from this place President of the Richmond Equal Rights Surrounded pving six hours iu the city Connec Â¬ Young men who are beginning to estab Â¬ Pettus Francis departed this life on the the best 5 and 10 cent Hand- Â¬ Mrs Nannie Walk of PettisT ounty called upon to defend an action f date of October 27th 1S90 describes this Association 2 20 tion made at Nicholasville with the Cin- Â¬ lish business habits should make it a night of the LStn of October at 10 min- as a tojgh spot kerchiefs and Hosiery in the Now I am from MadMo who spent several weeks u ith her 000 daina OF cinnati Southern mornings giving about Mr Geo Horstman Piano Tuner of not to indulge in it either for their utes past 10 oclock at her fathers home ison county Ladies White Varty city A II I alor has gone Having satisfied himself that the census jKjint Kentucky and have great sick brother Mr five hours in Cincinnati to return same Co of Lexington will visit Milward for the accommodation of Kid Gloves 35 to 40 cen near Whites Station Madison county respect for the county that I have liyed returns from New York city do not do own benefit or home dav Mayor imnt has after con- - others It is the only sale rule to insure Ky after long suffering which she bore in thirty years I have been in Clear- Richmond once a month Orders at Crashes from o to 10 cen Mr E ML Iluguely of the drug tirm of tier iustiee Whites Drug store will receive prompt competency for old age I hill rill Ad lo with Christian fortitude having joined per yard less than saltation with Gov Hill demanded of water Kansas since Aug the 20th 1S87 Change at Ford Lena and Iluguely Middlesliorotigh attention 21 24 cal i Calico 4cts Challies 4 and church some four and I hive never met a moie industrious the Presbyterian near Red Sujierintendent lorter a re count Col i io has for some time spent Sumlay with his paieiUS Hume are agents for first Burnam The incorporators of the Breathitt months ago ami was baptised hy Rev intelligent and moral people than here TALTON K SHANKS Administrator 5 cents less than c Lexington has now 11 banks with a li en associated with the Asher Lsaabar Bom and Heirs Plaintiffs against Milo Shanks County Citizens Hank have opened ooks Mr Breck in her chamber from which Clearwater is situated at the crossing of class insurance companies Try them Lace Bed Sets 135 Li 0X000 besides two at Ford am ad Wm Brabh Prof Sheff of Pittshurg the optician capital of nearly Notice of Sale In fee Defendants 2and are making up the stack for a bank she never left until her death She left the MUsouri Pacific and Santa Fe Railline and Curtains a bi f safety vault and trust companii Equity Wisconsin have bought out oa have beard sn mac of whom Ninety one shares have been sub two bright little boys an aged father and roads 6 miles southwest of Wichita in By virtue of a judgment and order of cheap and Curtain 1olea Orrr Fifty Year becc used for 1iotl have end building and loan associations hand for a week an snaarfaag an is hi D I A rincrs Has WimlowI Sootuisu sracp b scribed The stock will soon be taken many friends to mourn her loss Her the Ninnescah Valley a beautiful and in loans rer fifty years by millions of mothers for their sale of the Madison Common Pleas Court nforts A good line of of much iijMirtance than a chance to consult him chlM ren while uvthln with perfect uecs It rendered at the October term thereof Persons desiring stock will tind the books husband T B Francis preceded her fertile tinning country We have two soothe the child oftons the trim allays all pain Goate Tans to close iV Flannery of Beattyville have think who have not invest i Bright beautifully enter iyO in the above t led cau e tlie wind olio and U the best reasedy for blar Miss ilorrie carts at tin- Hustler office The stock will be four years to tha home in the ski nice churches Sunday school the year rboea It will relieve the poor little unrer Im signed will on MONDAY NOV EMBER to 75 cents below cost iwn was founded by mediately Sold by Dnngrtou tn every part of the tained a huge number of her young friends sold their splendid mill and a large lot of at a premium soon alter the bank is made with hands she was patient and round a public school building that cost oclock 24th iSxyo about the hour of 1 world is cent a bottle Be sure and ask for Mrs - to the Atwater Land and Burnam and lay of Richmond and Dott bu par t Wlnslows soothing Syrup and take no other kind ned and those who get in on the forgiving A M on the premises in Richmond ever ready to help the eight thousand dollars eight and one ould have been ia Ma ny of Wisconsin The M Bright The Lumb Mr and Mrs D Madison County Kentucky proceed to It and floor will have the advantage Loved by ail who half menths graded school We must nd needy If you want to buv a Sulky Surrey expose to Public tale to the highest bidClark luul not a bluli on this side bluffbrilliant with jiriec paid is Si00000 JarJon 11- tpeeted to commence business the knew ber well ever ready to oi admit tiat real estate is tar too low at Buggy or Carriage call on Donelsonfor der the following described property viz ed them The Cumberland Valley Bank and the next January Thero is SVoOOO of wrong and generous to a fault an an- - present mainly a result of building towns he has the latest best and cheapest 5- sion We wi newly organized Citizens Bank at Bar- our capita depoited in banks outs until you see ours A AND Another Forgery uie down from above and plucked beyond the needs of the country during and Mr Slieep For Sale have in a few days the tinest Liitt county Let that money be put T i Stuart of Winchester vis bourville have Hon earth one of its fairest liowers and the greit boom and also from the fact in Richmond Ky situated on Second A stranger t thi National Â¬ line of best titling Cloaks I have 2300 sheep for sale including street bounded on the North bv the store Mrs French Tipton and Davidson cashier of the former has re- into a bank here and capitalists will real- i aloft and laid her down that the Oklahoma country just south of Bank on last 1 pay lierof the conroom of J S Coiins on the South by Richmond ood interest and the people and we have week He has tired J A IV 1000 select ewes Miss s at her Masters feet who smiled us Jdravs on southern Kansas for the or of J W ment a check forthat of J I st by 10- H H COLYER many other special bargains county w ill have the money on which to with love and those within shouted her most of its population The towns have it of the Crittenden Moore and simied by John F Wagers Second street and on the West by prop- Â¬ 1 M McDowell of Mt Olivet assigned do business in goods This opportunity hasnever If you will come hern Kentucky a Mining ie to that home of jieace and love some vacant houses and some cheap I have moved my Blacksmith and erty of C D Chena Clerk Turiey looked at the m Liabilities been offered before If you want stock She has gone to the skies there to meet property from the above causes and it is Wood Shop to my two story to Dr J K Wells la Sale will be made on a and look we will be glad to TERMS a of iron building 00 did Mr Wagers eive you this sssapsny with The purheads of to Bam you hail better hurry up Joel show you all th uited mother husband and mauy one of the best times for investment in Third Street and am prepared to do credit of six and twelve month look like hisliand chaser will be required to give bond with esofland In 18S5 be drew stock Jimmie Fitzgeraid an- armless man friends who were beckoning her on to the history of Kansas Your correspondid and blacksmithing and wood work in a true good secun writing The fthe pur from the Louisiana Lottery and from the Poor House generally known that eternal home The gate stood ajar ent referred to this as a dead country 1 chase I will go bring him to yon legal interest from The man workmanlike manner employ dating h run over and Hhe enten It was hand- as Jimmie lb rtals and shouts of The last corn crop wasjthe poorest tha1 skilled workmen Bring your work to the day of sale has not returned J S T of killed by the North bound liallelujahs rose as she passed hy the the State ever had yet we have more roe and I will guarantee satisfaction r to Mr Wagers and he pronoune- nan John II Wilson V M aad uaer corn in Sedgwick county than lary Luck 11 S LM1DKI ion Pleas Coi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Miss Mary Hume and Miss Mattie Mc Dowell of Richmond Ky guests of Miss Nora Graves Quite a number of society people were present Mr John Payne le id and introduced a number of new figures The ehaperonea were Mr and Mrs Henry Skillman Mr and Mrs John Oldham Mr and Mrs Elliott Shanklin and Mrs ONeal Lexington Transrrijit Senator Blackburn has sufliciently recovered from his recent accident to lie able to start to Washington yesterday to be present at the marriage of his daughter Mrs Teresa Stewart which occurs on the 12th inst The Senator had to go bandied rather than dressed but his phyakian thinks be will stand the triji without any evil results He has recovered from the severe pain that ren dered him so nervous and restless and now safin chiefly from contusion of the muscles Mrs Blackburn and Mist Corinne accompanied Senator Black I burn to Washington Sua tamly in good luck last Tuesday Betides ton yesterday morning about 8 oclock being elected to Congress from the ElevHe had been released from jail a few enth District the Barboursville Land and minutes before having been confined Improvement Company with a capital over night for drunkeness and had start stock of l000000 has elected him Presi- ed home and laid down on the bridge nnd dent of their eorjioration Mt The iiorth lwund train Mci Hikj went to sleej around a slight curve before runEmily Nichols colored met with an ning on the bridge and the engineer accident Saturday that cost her the loss didnt discover him in time to check his Jimmie lost one arm from the of a thumb and two lingers A cartridge train that ha1 been placed on the stove ex- Â¬ premature explosion of a blast while the ploded jieces ot the shell entering her cut was being made near Shaw ban during hand and lacerating it in such a way that the construction of the Kentucky Central the thumb and two fingers had to he am- railroad and after the road was completed got drunk and laid down on the track putatedTmm and got the other one cut off by the cars Maj Moderwell of Chicago formerly of He was about 45 years of age and had the 12th Ohio cavalry has written the been an inmate of the Poor House for post master of Mt Sterling that he and many vears Pari New a squad of comrades w ill visit Mt Sterling Nov Ilth for the jinrjiose of looking RELIGIOUS over the battlefield and desires to meet some old Confederates who participated Rev J P Dawson preached at the in the battle fought there June 0 1864 Second Presbyterian church Sunday The Louisville people injured in the The prominent Baptist divine Dr K wreck on the Old Colony Railroad near Â¬ Qniucy Mass last Summer will get Wharton of Baltimore is preaching a series of sermons in Lexington about 75000 compromise just made W Edwards received Judge 3000 At Barbourville the vote in the MethoLucy Johnson Oscar Fenleys colored dist church as to whether women should nurse receives 0000- - The rest goes be eligible as lay delegates to the general largely to relatives of those who were conference stood 20 for and one aiiiinst killed The jirotracted meeting at the First As Messrs Mason A Foard Company Presbyterian will church continue will likely have to send a large number through the week Rev A M McDonÂ¬ of the convicts confined in the peniten- Â¬ ald is sermons j reaching interesting tiary here to the branch penitentiary at every day Eddyville next month they are making a body of PresbyteThe Seeders arrangements to remove their shoe manrians iuld a convention at Paint Lick ufactory which they are now operating here to that institution also Frankfurt which closed Monday of last week There are only four churches of them in Howada6owt Kentucky and but few in the I S Mrs Jane Clemens who has just died They believe in close communion and the mother of Mark Twain was a native sing jisalms instead of hymns of Kentucky she was born in Columbia Rev I B Mclaroy who baa bean en Ky in 1803 her maiden name being Itmjiton In 1Sl she wis married to J gaged for the past two years in adding M Clemens with whom she passed to the endowment of Central University the vicisitu lis of frontier Kentucky life has preached in that time over 560 ser-Â¬ mons baa held lit jrotracted services They afterwards moved to Florida Mo and has witnessed the reception of 1500 was born where Mark Twain Adxoemte Jell Lancaster of Stamping Ground persons into churches met wit a singular accident at Frankfort The jirotracted meeting at Berea con on Wednesday last A fulminating cap ducted by Elder W R Lloyd closed Sun Â¬ used in exploding dynamite exploded in day night with 34 additions The interids vest pocket while he was standing in est in the community was intense Only s store tearing one side of his vest to two or three were under twenty years of - and badly lacerating his hand age This church is one of the best coun Georgetown Time which he was in the act of inserting in try churches his pocket Georgetown Time A jirotracted meeting will begin iu the The first accident that has happened Baptist church Sunday morning Nov since the building of the new court house lgtb Rev J L White jiastor of the begun occurred Tuesday evening when a First Baptist church Durham N C will scaffold broke throwing Sandy Anderson be here to assist Mr White though still and Millard Simpson both colored to the under thirty years of age has been pastor ground a distance of LO feet Anderson of two of the largest churches in North had his leg broken and was otherwise Carolina meanwhile holding successful badly bruised Simpson escaped with a meetings in that and other States that few bruises - MtStrrling Gazette have made him famous as an evangelist A suit for 10 damages was filed in A prayer meeting will be held even the Circuit Court by the administrator of night of the week preceding the meeting Claude Monjar vs Lancaster Danville beginning Monday evening the 10th DanvUL Advocate and Nicholasville Turnpike Company Bell attorneys of Har by Thompson The Broadway Christian church in rolshurg It will be remembered that Lexington has already subscribed by a son of Monjar lost his life by falling its members 18000 for the erection of through the Hickman bridge several a new an 1 more commodious building months ago Klcholatrilli Journal on the present site Work will begin The familv of Dr Kphraim Polk de shortlv Elder John Shouse who re ceased of the West End of Boyle county signs the pastorate of the church to the are said to be among the direct heirs of regret of his Sock and enters the field f Revolutionary in behalf of the Bihle College and the Hon liobt Morris fame who left a hit fortune now seeking Midway Orphans School wiD be super- legitimate heirs His son Judge 1 J seiei in ins charge tv ine iiev Lynn Polk of Louisville and others will pros- Cave of Virginia one of the most talecute the claim It is a big prise and ented and eloquent preachers the church Laneater Record worth the si eking has ever produced and one whose fame on Sinking has gone abroad through all the land Monday evening last Record Creek six miles from Barbourville Thomas Carnes aged fourteen killed We regret to see the statement made John Ferguson shooting him through that Rev George I Hunt a very excel-Â¬ John Fer lent and popular gentleman who is a can Â¬ the heart w ith a Winchester guson in company with some four or five didate for Superintendent of Public InOther desperate characters visited the struction is trying to further his candi bouse of young Carnes and grossly insult- dacy by parading the fact that the Church ed his hither an old man about seventy of which he is a minister has not yet had years of age office We can not for a chance at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For The Climax OPENING o of Cincinnati the brated FURRIERS will assist us in giving a E BURKHART Seal Skins Plushes and Woolens Manpoih Display of Cloaks IN SEAL SKINS PLUSHES and WOOLENS ON NOV 17TH 18TH TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NEXT Any one wanting a new garment or having an old one to repair should not let this opportunity escape them as this will be their only visit to Richmond this winter Â¬ WHITEALLEN W STREET H P LIST OF LETTERS 1 Â¬ Â¬ POWERS HAGAN 1 Â¬ iai Irak i i i v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 btiti I 1 Â¬ HOLIDAY GOODS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Administratrix Mice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RAMSEY FIFE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ D1SS01TI0S Â¬ Â¬ THE PALACE Â¬ 4i4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 -- - I Â¬ Â¬ 2- Â¬ Â¬ 1 HEATHS Â¬ Â¬ lOALYAR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All Kinds of Coal - IWp ud Gi Â¬ - DELIVERED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BOYS CLOTHING Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SAXS 1 COMMISSIONERS Â¬ HOUSE A1TD LOT Â¬ 33-3- Â¬ 1 Fr - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOUSE LOT 5 Â¬ Â¬ Ramsey 5 Fife MONTHLY IRor REPORT ES OF Omci OF THE RK Com MISSION Ky Nov I J CENTRA L UNIVERS ITT 1 AiRIULTl HORTKVLTIRE 4 1890 Frankfert and Statistic tobacco RICHMOND KY FARLEY ne of the oldest houses in Kentucky keeps a variety of for black- THE BEST -- ATTORNEYS Q F Office E T BURNAM TTORNEYSA T LA W Kentucky Richmond A No liy i Burnnms Bui ding First 3- OLIVER PLOWS HOT VfAi IS OUR- - Street - The tobacco crop lias been all housed and is comparatively free from injury by Br barn freezing During the early cartting and occasional v in the interme c damage to the crop was diate c very serious from house burn and what may be called patch bulking In cutting tobacco it is often piled up in small bulks in the field and if the weather is warm and sultry and rain should occur before j Id or barn the dam age is often very serious by bulk heating iag inundated by water and dirt e of a good deal of tobacco this year This as well as barn heat produces e middle stem of the leaf and iinfliiuM a gradual rot and shedding of the leaves from the main stalk ns and their continuation produced a very sappy growth in al late tobacco which may be called a second or Ail tobacco of this charac- cure dark or a dark red and w ill - house burned The complaint of house burn is almost universal un r the State but the percent rom this cause cannot mated until stripping and assorting ha e to say that it is quite general in sappy crops which were cut curing the warm and wet seasons of ember There will be a good percentage of fine and verv useful tobicco in the crop and no general complaint is made of want ot length and breadth of leaf The outcome - crop from August 1st to maturity was simply wonderful There will not be much very bright in the crop a good deal of it was cut before it was well ripened A great many farmers in the Burley section fired their crops with charcoal and some with flues and wood to prevent house burn and barn rot absence of high or bright color will be a conspicuous feature ol the crop cs- According to reports from over iooo correspondents the aver- is 751 per acre in th s This mould be more but for the iiils which we estimated at the cent of E of setting to be 10 to 15 per olmanyfaim- total setting J nd badly ortn eaten where labor was scarce and unreliable The to toJuctijti in the State in iSN was jnds The total production 11 in i II pounds The total es 76457 38 timated production in er acre in Ave rag ne in 1S90 estimat in production per from last is because of M aci icing missing in the hiil Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ NEXT SESSION OPENS Wednesday Sept 10 1890 THREE COLLEGES J ASULLIVAN A Fourteen De Â¬ WBOOGHT IKON partments of Study WHEELS Classsical Scientific and Letters Courses smiths Leading to Bachelor B A B S and IV L and Master M A M S and M L Degree Also Commercial and Elective Bid for Your Trade UR Fall and Winter purchase was made 0 with a view of offering the best quali Richmond TTORNEYA TLA W Kentucky Office on Fiixt Street same aa ormerly oc- Â¬ 16- cupied by County Jadge Miller SPOKES supplies for J S POWELL A C3 KIMS i and other TTORNETA TLA W Kentucky Richmond Office on Second Â¬ wagon makers FAKM I Best makes of Fine Street A full faculty of able and evperienccd men each a specialist in his department a t session 3 6 from 25 Attendance s and Territories More than 100000 New Gymnasium to tne endowment last year Expenses moderate to 240 for 17 tuition board washing and servants attention X 1 1 M I LEMENT lot of GUNS and AMMUNITION aed Our prices may ties at lowest figures startle but they will not vex the careful buyer C2 qnjxruinriTLnjTruTJT DENTAL BUROEUY R A WILKES SMI1 II Richmond boom Offlce MI0 mmmkmmWmGmmLZZammmm7GmL Aw a Headquarters lor FIELD SEEDS LINE ol HARDWARE and best brands of ST AFLE GROCERIES DBSTAL SURGEON Kentucky Office 3- PEEP AT A TOE DEPARTMENT M A Smith nuildlni Mnln Street iV M la 120 M VM to lricllce limited todeutistiy rnVmSLW r - Principal SALT LIME and CEMENT and two assistants give undivided attention to the thorough instruction and dis cipline of pupils Come to the house where The new Gymnasium contains a large study hall seated with single ie is conve your fathers and grandfathers nient recitation rooms and a1 t lie equipment of a first class training Echo Careful attention given to physical 1011 hi their goods half a century Students have access to the training gymnasium and go through daily drills ago under the direction of a Professor Oratorical drill throughout the year For further particulars or catalogue ap ply to L H BLANTON Chancellor R L Â¬ Prof Pllliam J C MORGAN D D S bHOLE 0 WORLD Jj WANTS THE Cf 1 -- RICHMOND KENTUCKY -- I W 3 Bank Office Main Street Over Madison National 3- yELBY Richmond W BUKGIN Kentucky DENTIST 9- - W A L PAULEY V T o 5 Office Over Palace Dry Goods Store on Kes Klrol Street formerly occupied by terMin lr J W CREED D D S Successor to John Farlev KIRKSVILLE KENTUCKT 4- A D RUFF ETerjtblnn Office at Ftnnell residence done pertaining to tbe profession Shoes TTfttlTtlT lUll warranted and on bottom taUi nninr nnd price nniurlnn pverv pair stamped ban hin PHYSICIANS SHACKELFORD DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FOR SX2 Woodeiiware GENTRY mf Pi IF SO L r n v K r1 wy CI POYNTZ PHYSICIA N A ND S URGE ON Kentucky Richmond M Store 1K J Jnee Haraware Tinware BLACKSMITHS douse dvnjirnjTjijiJTxuiJxriJxnjTJTr Second Street next to Whites Drug raisDii LtOoqs COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Qa W EVANS MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond Office Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1690 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kir Mens and Boys Clothing IlTCIMIERftJEHLEB DKAIEK IN VVatclie Second Street- - R T J TAYLOR in Medicine trnd Surgery 81 W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN Fitic Calf and Larc d Waterproof Grain Th Boots and Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc THE BAHHEB ASSOBTMEHTOFTHE Practitioner Richmond Htoio Office itmcnonuL 3- - - Kentucky - BLUE GRASS ROUTE FAST LINE BETWEEN n UHAOQUAITTTED WITH THE GEOGHAPHT OF THE COUNTHT yTXI OBTAl f MUCH VALUABLE ESTOBMATION FBOM A STUDY OF THIS MAP CF Second reel over Dykes Grocery Clocks - Jewelry Silver ami etc Special Plated-wnr- attention given to CORN bout matured and has In frost except the verv lief damage con that lay oxefllenc e and wearliK qualities of this nne gtroog endorse- j t wean rs OO Genuine Hand Mwed nn elrRant trd ti commends ltn lr O stvllsh dn A line linud nrwed lAAK uniquallol for Well durabilitycalf Shoe anil SQSO IMr e dvrnr Well price tbe standard dreei at a popular O -lioe Is especially adapted IOBO Ioli tC JOHN M FOOTER StASOH IR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Richmond Office Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west slc - FETTIN3 DIAMONDS O Tfc on the ground from th have soft ned and partially rotted The i the State accord 10O0 correspondents timates of The ear is generally Promptly done and in a workmanlike u hels ured on good lam where cultivamanner Acreage compared with tion was good average quality c r cent Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver e table of producDont lurgel tlie place next door tions per acre in iSjo including percent to tlie Post office Iticlinoud Ky age 30- of corn per acre in jvi Kentucky in 1S0O in shelled bushels Average quality in per cent hacco per acre Average ts1 in pounds- 9- Average quality of same Average J ield of sorghum molas HAS Tin ses per acre in gallons Average yield of Irish potatoes 3 per acre in bushel- Average quality of same FINEST LINE OF Average yield of sweet potatoes 88 per acre in bushels 9 Average quality of same Grapes compared with full crop in 73 cent Apples compared with full crop 30 in per cent Wheat average yield per acre in 9 bushels So Average quality of same The following is the table of production AM per acre in 1889 32 acre in shelled bushels Corn per 93 Irish potatoes per acre in bushels 85 Sweet potatoes per acre in bushels Tobacco in pounds per acre- Sorghum molasses in gallons per ears AND OTHEK PBCKXM STONES - at REPAIRING pinee in riMlucel nts make them eupenor If in rannot fiupply you send Ask v ur Dettk r a Ti lmg udvertlaed price or a direct i postal for order blanks V 1 DOVGLAH BrocktM IUsum 32SHOESlafdIs neivl a riinnrt favnrablv v innen etc uttou and Lace So Great in Assortment So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAP in Price GIVE up utalrs Creek Avenue Kentucky Main Street next d lor to Iai ions cor Main and lures rcsileuce - Lexington No 2 SOUTH BOUND Ex Sun Lve Lve Lve Lve Covington Kal mouth Cincinnati 1S90 at Schedule in Effect May lltb No 4 Dally 3- - y No Ex Sun T SEXSMITH M D Cincinnati 800 809 917 a m 1000 1037 1110 a m 1023 1200 p m 1055 1120 a m 1205 p m 135 pm 4o5 Pm 530 pm 155 pm 305 pm 520 p m 810 a m 8 18 a m 044 a m PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky White Hall - Offers Ills professional nervlcesto the public Â¬ pm Cynthluna Arr Purls Arr Lexington Lve rani -- Sold by Jack Freernan IS A CALLaXDWSWILL JIVE YOU A Â¬ Â¬ t G0RMLEY rami sn AND- - WE KEEP LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky Richmond iM IR a Office Arr Arr Arr Arr Winchester Richmond Laneaatar Stanford Kichtiioiitl 35 p in p m 245 p m pm 408 p in p m 57 p m p m 540 p m pm 630 p m 5 45 p m 620 p m 7 3 p m Arr Berea Arr LivliiKtou Ive V0RIESSCH00LFIEIMC0 The Only One Price Cash Clothiers 3- Smith KulldlDK MrIu Street 28- - No 5 No 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pm pm 600 a m 708 700 853 823 1 5am am am 3 am 421 a m 4 44 pm 9 3 am 526 P 1035 am pm 1045 a m 45 p m p Rl p p m p m Including main lines branches and extensions Missouri River To ail points East K01 City to Rock Island Davenport Des Mome i LEA ROUTE to Spirit Lake Pipestone Wort town Minneapolis St Paul and intervening towns and citiiEhort direct route In connection with lines from St Lor Louisville Nashville and Eastern and Southern points ccn Kansas City it also constitutes BRANCH No 0 No 11 Da ly Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 700 a m 753 m 235 p m 243 pm 450 pm 5 45 pm 6 2 It traverses vast areas of the richest farmintr and an azir world forming tito sooediest most popular and sconor transportation to and from all cities tovvns and sectio orado and the Indian Territory FREE Reclining ChunKansas City and Caldwell HutcMneon and Dodge City Palace Sleeping Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson - THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FSOM THE MISSOURI RIVER Saddlery Bra Oils HAS EVER HAD W Repairing of G HAVE FITZPATRICK CO IRS JENNINGS - GIBSON Lve Covington Lexington Physicians and Surgeons Tinwue at LowRaites SPECIALTY OF Â¬ Richmond - Kentucky 4 Rices 01 Arr Millerbarg Curl isle 11 Paris Johnson Muysvllle 819 am 843 a m 9 34 am 10 1 5 am 636 pm 805 p m p in Leading all competitors In splendor of equipment cool in summ r toy steam from the locomotive in winter well vontilatod and free leave Kansas City and St Joseoh daily on arrival of trains frorr and Southeast with elegant Day Coaches Pullman PUc FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THROUGH WITHOL Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo making stops only at tervemng stations in Kansas and Colorado Suprb Dining Hoi venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph furnish deiic at seasonable hours and at moderate prices MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAMS -- A PRECISELY WHAT YOU WANT IN YOUR WE REFER TO KITCHEN Office Main street over Wallace sho store JJ SOUTH BOUND Lve Maysville Carlisle Mlllershura Bridgeforth Cooking and Heating Stoves THE UNSURPASSED JE PH Office No 12 Dally liailv Ex Sun Ex Sun in No THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE To Manitou Pikes Peak the Garden of the Gods Cascade Grear Fails Idaho Springs the mountain parks mining camps and citn resorts hunting and fishing grounus and scenic attraction Its Vestibule Express Trains a e equipped with every rr that can add to safety convemonce comfort and luxurious They also rnako close connf etions at terminal cities n Colorado Depote with tho Denver and Bio Grande Colorado Midland Uni Denver Texas and Fort Worth and all other diverging lines For Tickets Maps Time Tables Folders copies of the Western General Manager AULTZ YSICIA N A ND S URGE ON Kentucky Richmond 220H Johnson 530 a m 557 i m 649 a m 7 1 Chenault Building W Main street up stairs Barnaul 18- - A acre- - S Mfa CLAUDE SMITH 7- - CO IjR J 25- pm Arr Paris 74J a m pm Lexington 835 am a m Covington p 1035 pn Cincinnati 1045 a m No 13 and 14 Run Sundays only and make all stops Nn Runs dally from Lexington to Cln 1 5 am 135 232 323 347 415 630 730 638 pm pm pm pm M BLACK Issued monthly or further desired information address E ST JOHN JOHN SEBASTIAN clnnntl CHICAOO 1 1 I OoVlTr- - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 2 Wheat bushels per acre compared with The condition of hemp last year is fully 100 and the lint is regarded as better being finer in texture and in RICHMOND color THROUGH CAR LINE - Run Housb Ky QHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE Dentistry and Sterility a H penalty OFFICE Next door to climax office Dll 48- lliightni building Richmond Ky Veterinary PASTURES MACKINAC Co No 43 Ijeaves Lexington 1W10 a m Arrive Paris 10i5 a m Kxcept Sunday No 8 Leaves Cincinnati 510 p m Arrives Kal mouth 710 p Except Sunday No 7 Leaves Falmouth 00 a ni Arrives Cinzinuatl Mi a ni Except Sunday No 7 8 and fi will one New Fourth Street depot between John and Smith streets after 111 1 lYAZOOl RECORD 227- July 1st Pastures are excellent and fall feeding of stock in grass sections w ill be retarded by reason of the excellence of grass and the open fair weather to this date All kinds of stock are in good condition and there is little if any disease prevalent with any kind of stock Taking all things together the outcome is much better than farmers could hope for during the dry weather of July and early August Very respectfully C Y Wilson Commissioner Donation for Prof Koca W C Gormley G ANTEH CHICKEN Cholera Cure i Â¬ Â¬ Before starting on a hunting trip to the estates of Count Eulenborg the Em Â¬ peror handed Minister of the Interior an autograph rescript in Maybach which a donation to Prof Koch of 500 for his services to suffering ffiw 000 Marks JSk humanity is recommended The grant will be immediately voted on the asÂ¬ sembling of the Landtag Dr Koch it is stated has already cured one case of consumption by his new method HothM- and Chld FataTy Bnrnal At South lk thlehem Pa Mrs Arson E F Julian while coming down stairs with a lighted coal oil lamp and carry child stumbled ing her The lamp ex Â¬ and fell to the bottom ploded and mother and child were bor- Neither can livo burned one-year-o- ld Commencing July 1st there will be established a through line of first class Ves tibuled Pullman and Wagner Sleeping Cars daily between Cincinnati Dayton Toledo Detroit Mackinaw City and all principal resorts of the Upper Peninsula K st of Michigan via the C H ft I and Michigan Central to Mackinaw Sleepers will be attached to trains leav ing Cincinnati at ooo p m daily except Saturday returning leave Mackinaw at g a m daily except Sunday The advantages secured by purchasing through tickets via this route composed of such favorable and well known lines as Dayton R R the Cincinnati Hamilton an J Michigan Central Rvmust be apparent to all first class travel No other line can offer such advantages as to accommodations and route allowing stop over at Toledo and Detroit then continuing your journey to the most lovely resorts on the An erlcan continent For pamphlets pertaining to Mackinac Island and other summer resorts reached via this line write to any agent of the- - C H k D R R or to E O McCormick General Passenger and Ticket Agt nt No oo West Fourth Street Cincinnati O Â¬ INSURANCE BURNAM HUME Lexington Belle Range AND- - COOK STOVE FOR YOUR HALL OR ROOM WE HAVE THAT MOST EXCELLENT NECESSITY FOR WINTER Prominent Batlnass Hant Body Found The body of Geo E Ferrald a promi- Â¬ nent business man who has been miss Â¬ ing for ten days was found in a mill pond at Wausau Wis It is generally thought that business trouble drovo him to auicide Ho Recount for Mew York Secretary Noble has written to Mayor of New York refusing the re quest for a census recount of that city As Good a Salary as the Presidents iomas is to get S50000 a fof three years for organizing and 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 posith ely cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Thousands of U T WELLS F B CAHK JEWETTS BASE BURNER THIS IS THE SEASON FOR DOVES AND THE PART RIDGES ARE COMING APACE WE HAVE THE Â¬ Cincinnati O S F B MORSE OenM Pass Agt Cincinnati Money due if mare is parted with otherwise when colt is foaled Mares kept H K HUNTINOTON V Pres Gen Mmir fed if grass at at reasonable CAKR Agent The Oldest and Strongest American r BOfnceKChaiiierofRichmond Kv Â¬ regularly on prevent ten cents aorday grainbut wll desired responsible forrates not be accidents escaes either Ueueral Cmmerce Build- every care to ing Cincinnati O Companies Yazoo is ay H arold sie of Maul S 203 ana 26 moro 230 perf crsisrs stands at 300 Note that we now have double dally train NORTH AMERICA services both ways on Sundays betwaen Cin Â¬ 1st dam TolandO dam of Yuba record i34jj while in foal and TttM cinnati and Lexington SPRINGFIELD Btlmcnt SIIe ol Nutwoodand thirty two re in 230 list nd dam TOTUlff Portia dam of Voltaire record 220 sire of Be CONNECTICUT Hymen 228 trial Portion record 23 sire of Minneasota Record 2M3X Childe Harold two mile record in 504 in England tonsuela trial PENNSYLVANIA naught record 224 Nora Lee rial 232 in foal oltigeur trial 2301 by lam Chief Nw f Lady Thorn 2 NIAGARA 3rd dam by Roebuck a pacer GERMANIA 4th dam by Whip a thoroughbred The above pedigree shows 7aZ0O to be superbly bred Harold Belmont M MERCHANTS NEW BUGGIES no Chief his sire gTand sire and great grand sire are each illustrious sires Young Portia his dam and grand dam are illutrious matrons with a pacing NEW PHJET0NS ROCK bred foundation where can you beat it tfiy Dont forget oir office Is at the Address us at Silver Creek Madison county Ky IfiTBook now open NEW CARRIAGES Farmers National Hunk CO T BURNAM 43- HUME BURNAM NEW SURRIES 1 TRAIN NOTES No 3 runs dally between and Cincinnati No 4 runs daily BROTHER 1 TO YUBA RECORD bet ween Cincinnati and Lexington Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Winches Â¬ M V Ry ter for points on the N N IMPORTANT Trains of this line now ar- Â¬ rive at and depart from the Central Union Passenger StatloD Cincinnati making con We offer the services of the season of YAZ00 nection for all points North East and West County Kentucky at Through Tickets sold and Kaugage Checked to any point reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent of the Company or -DOLLARS TO INSURE A W L MUNSONTrav Passr Agt Islington 224 2 WHILE IN FOAL Â¬ fr l3 at Silver Creek M 5F0RTY LIVING COLT - CARRIAGES BOTTOM RATES k S S N C T WELLS GO B Tolcco Hhil MillniK 33 32 Bams Country Stores iroery spetialties B AH NEW SULKIES FlieOniv Coal Yard in To Only a square from Hie Cotirt ltoiwe You tlotiL have to send away out to the depot Goal Guns and Ammunition AND YOU CAN HAVE THE FUN PLUMBIBB Sanitary Plumbing Gas Fitting CO Steam My vehicles are all new and of the very latest patterns They are for gale L Breckinridge Cabell formerly ofj u he most reasonable terms If you want a vehicle come and see me and Virginia but who has been a resident ot Limestone New York seventeen years and has an yon wont g home without one extensive acquaintance with Ca 5- - NOTICE PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Street Proprietor Oyp C 0 Depot JOHN DONELSON STOCKTON BROOKS Delheredto uyPartofTom of an orchestra in Chicago Immm KUled Him Imdore Cook elected sheriff Tuesday on the Demorcratic ticket died at Eau Wis TLii sday CityLots forSale Soft Coal and Anlliracite Nut and Lump Coal Now open at Myers old lumber yard next to Second Preehyterrau church Quickest delivery in town Lowest prices Try us 0 T WELLS fis 00 29- - Contractors and Builders WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES Will alto Organize Undeveloped Prop- Â¬ rieties into Corporations and float the SWISS COTrAGE 5 rooms lot 40x120 securities Skilled labor furnished industrial enter All orders promptly filled and work to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE c rooms guaranteed And all gas pipe used to be lot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine of the right size according to the rules and Room 30 320 BROADWAY NEW YORK and Orange Streets regulations of the Water and Light ComTWO FRAME DWELLINGS new pany No 227 V Main Street opposite Hotel Gndon Post office ad 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue elegant lots all well finished dress Lock Box 15 13- Â¬ Â¬ FORSALE seperate or as a will SELL OR hXCHAV MINERAL ANWAHRHTLTIRAL AND DEVELOPED INDUSTRIES LEXINGTON KY LAS Wew Building and Furniture Well Liuhtedand Vfntilatkp Central lv ATTACHED Located GOOD BAR RATES S2 and 49- 250 per D M CHEN-UI-- Day RICHMON O COIL 40x150 feet Three Elegant BUILDING LOTS THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS MADISOIff BROOKS Fifth Street whole on Female Institute J J I have a few lots on Fifth Rtreet ready for sale These lols are located on high sml gently roll Â¬ s of his party lie was far gone with pulmonary consump- - ing ground and are coiiMdered by ev Â¬ being the tHft located of erybody buy iu the city for r Persons who wish to balld nice houses MOLE GILTS FOR SALE Ex Governor of Alabama Dead il do well o examine these lots I nor E A Oneal of Alabama only place a few on the market at rence Ala Friday The de I have a I have oo mule colts for sale at reasonceased waa about seventy throe years o presentPoyntzs officeplot of the ground able prices age hii wa one ol tbi boit known at Dr H H COLYER 17- men in the South T S BRONSTON- morning from wing the -- TIOTmra A SPECIALTY for CASH UDjIHEI BROOKS ft CHENAULT CO Â¬ on Walnut u Â¬ i W C FITZPATRICK CO 7- undersigned have a partner THE to sell all kinds offormed and LumCoal ber at the lowest market price and re- Â¬ spectfully request a liberal patronage from for the public The yaids are located on Orchard Street and alto on Third Street where we will build a uarehouse upon the I have lot of No Southdown completion of the new railroad to this Bucks for gale place T S BRONSTON 6- M M HARBER JOHN F WAGERS Â¬ Street Powells addition 50x160 feet each For prices on any of the above inquire of MRS E W WIGGINS 4- 8- 8 school for young ladies and girls will open on The thirty third session of this noted Rea 1 Estate Brokers Richmond Kknti Â¬ Tuesday September 3tL A full corp of competent teachers Admirable Curriculum Prices reasona Â¬ South Downs Sale Large lists of City and Country Prop erty Property sold a ble Ouiimiafcion Correspondence solicited For Catalogues or other particulars call and prompt attention Rives uetfa Is ST Office In on or address offlaa Branch office at Stockton A B C HAGERMA Brook1 9- 3-