The Richmond Climax from Richmond, Kentucky on October 9, 1895 · Page 4
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I 0 P Armer THE MAIN STREET JEWELER - We have Tmhrella covers al readymade to slip on while you wait np in price from one dollar dollar ami a half and two dollars that will make your old frames into new umbrellas at less than a new one w ii We nave a gold tilled sMctacle of any style with a No one lens as good as 1 irauie that you will pav live lot that we wil u at fiftj warrant a lit Letter Writers AT SU3 MR1NE PRIfES He it ad I iiiantitiea to suit it uEm i OUR LATEST THINK OF A FINE SHOE lul uNlY 185 or at E V lllll UAkJAlN STORE SIEGEbQOPER IIIKUO The Big Store AT YOUR HOME Our 208 Page Fall Catalogue Hands nicly illustrated and filled from beginnint to end with best selections from our immense stocks will be sent promptly on application When sending for it mention this paper Lei Sale frinlilj U Has disposed of all his old stock of Jew flrv and has now on hand a nice new clean assortment of Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry an 1 ail the latest novelties in the jewelry line that he is offering at less than they can le Unight in any market IMnt miss this chance to Bl some bargains in these lines All we ask of you is to come and be convinced that this is the place to net No MM goods at pima that von can atTbrd to pav REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS DONE ON SHORT NOTICE and warranted Old gold and silver bought or taken in exchange for new goods Do you know where to get The Best The Daintiest The Most Stylish ling Irvitition Engraved A k In pr If H BROWN K 7 IB MFB MEDICINE LO site Hotel Ulyudon Rid nl Kv BttttHfflfflMi IT TICKLES YOU Thf INSTANT RELIEF you 6ET mom LIGHTNING HOT DROPS CURES ramps Diarrha a Flux Cholera Morbus Nausea Changes of Water etc HEALS H rinses S rthcs Bites of 5 rpenls Blips etc BREAKS UP c Influenza W m at etc Smells Good Tastes Good Does Good every time Scld terywc at 5c and bOc Per Botle No Relief No Pay ssSsSss to iui one ball am ss mack as llllillllllllliiilllllitl 5PRINGFIELD O MfiMClH EVELDER WE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK Willi III BOUGH AN STUCK K DRY GOODS ARE NOW READY I ome one come all and see the largest line of Boots Shoes and Hats ever brought toRiehmoncL Oor stock is now complete in every department We have all the latest styles and we have them at the right prices We promise to save every customer money who makes a purchase of us this fall Oar goods were bought before the great advance in leather and we can make yon a price that our competitors can not reach We have all the latest styles in stiff and soft Hats Dont jbuy a hat until yon can see onr u Board of Trade and Blue Grass the latest in soft and stiff Hats We have a large line of Gloves Handkerchiefs Hosiery Suspenders Underwear Neck Wear Collars and Cuffs Shirt Jewelry Shoe Polish and Blacking Childrens School Shoes a specialty Give us a call and b convinced that we have the latest styles and lowest privately KM i e residence Lot 11 luodcrr rents n New fences E STEPHl Wallace Rice SPECIFIC FOR SCROFULA Since childhood 1 have been afllieted with scrofulous boils and sores which caused me terrible suffering Physicians were unable to help me and I only grew worse under their care At length 1 began to take AYERS Sarsaparilla and very soon grev bet ter After using half a dozen bottles I was completely cured no that I have not had a lxiil or pimple on any part of my body for the last twelve years 1 can cordially recommend Ayers Sarsa parilla as the very l st blond purifier in existence T Kkimiaut MyenviUe Tex Av AYERS i Mnnfarturd I only b JV - atAc THE F P I ROBINSON CO w oofavV S- DOSTUN MASS YVoW O v vkV Respectfully PP ARMER i wmshsssssssssb HHawaaaaaBW M awm m aasaa asswata aw THE 0K1Y WOMBS FAIK Sarsaparilla Ajeri Cherry Pectoral cure Cotght and Cold KENTUCKY NEWS The Latest Snr From All Part of th I ommouwealth PROLONGED DROUGHT lork Nrar Danville Ha to Be Driven Several Mile for Water Danville Ky Oct 7 This rejrion of Kentucky is suffering from a prolonged drought A good soaking rain has not fallen for weeks and water for all uses is becoming alarmingly scarce Farmers living any distance from the larger streams are in bad shape aa the little creeks spriues etc have gone dry and stock haa to be driven from three to five miles to water Some of the farmers living in that section of this count through which the water works main to Dicks rver passes have tapped the pipe line and put in meters and will hereafter depend upon that source for tneir water supply One singular feature of the drought is that a number of springs which had gone dry and remained so for a week or more have commenced to run again Old inhab i ants say this is a positive sign that rain will fall verv soon CROPS IN KENTUCKY ComniiiloDer of Agriculture Jtr owelt Mse HU Report Fkankfokt Ky Oct 7 Commissioner of Agriculture McDowell report says The continued drought and severe frosts have cau ed great damage to farmers Late planted corn is materially aamaged The per cent of corn as compared with lsu is lis A reduced average of wheat was sown on account of the dry weather Tobacco was injured by worms and that not yet boused by frosts The per cent is sj - Orass is parched and the yield of cloverseed is very good three or four bushels per are Ii condition of live stock is very good except in a few counties Hog cholera prevails OUTEREAK IN HARLAN A TimlMtr Land Quarrel Krlulti in Bad 111 roil and the Rilling of One Man LSDMHI Ky Oct 7 There was another outbreak in Harlan county between the Straight I reek factions which resulted in the killing of Henry Krock Tne troube prew out of the disputes tnat arose some time ago over the Asher Lumber Co s timber interests The company will applv for a detail of militia to guard their property The Asher Lumber Co is composed of capitalists of Last Saginaw Mith and they have a half million dollars invested in their plant at Ford Ky and in timber lands in eastern Kvutucky Prayer for Rain Answered Lkxim ion Ky Oct 7 Not since the third week in August had Lexington and the Blue Orass region been complimented by the elements with so much as a shower The country hereabouts was practically burned up The water courses were drying up and stocK water was at a premium In all Hie churches Sunday morning and again Sunuay evening prayers were offered for rain At 9 oclock Sunday night it began raining hard with promise of a heavy downpour all night the horsemen are like other citizens Hij Trotting Meeting IKXiNOTox Ky Oct 7 The city is rapidly filling up with horemen The largest crowd ever seen in this city for any racr meeting will witness the opening of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders association meeting on Tuesda3 No less tuan 30 car loads of horses acxived Sunday and as many more are expected by Tuesday morning Fatal Jealousy Hevdkuson Ky Oct 7 Albert Holloway and Thornton Marshall Negroes became involved in a terrible cutting affray Both men fell with blood pouring from many wounds Marshall received a fatal stab near the heart and Holloway was carried to the jail The fight was caused by jealousy I it fnil Indicted IKXiXGTox Ky Oct 7 The grand jsjrj Saturday a ternoon indicted Mavor Duncan and Chief of Police Mc iSlror charging them with permitting aloons to sell liquor on Sunday Itirycle Thieve at Lexington Lexington Ky Oct 7 Bicycle thieves are getting in their work very frequently here of late Dr Donald sons wheel was stolen while he was eating supper and Smith Bowman the well known real estate broker lost his wheel while at supper Aged People Marry Rf8SELivuiE Ky Oct 7 Blanton Hayden of Nebraska City Neb and Mis ltebecca Mills of Todd county were married at the home of the bride near this city The groom is nearly s years of age while the bride is 70 Preeinct onutiilt teemen Kler ted Frankkout Ky Oct- 7 Breckinrids e took a hand in the election of precinct committeemen Saturday and obtained four majority n this conntv His friends claim a majority in the district Alleged Blackmail Lexington Ky Oct 7 Pierce mith the contractor who is charged with detaining 14-year-old Flora Clark aainst her will claims that he is be lag olacKmaiied by tne girl and her mother Young Lady Disappears VmsAiiiKs Ky Oct 1 Carolina Casn aj ed Li the daughter of John CoVak ng disappeared sud denly last Friday morning and has not been heard of since Wiley Vowell was arrested here Monday afternoon euarged with stealinga nors and buggy belonging to Liveryman Benjamin bcott The State otiege Team Lkxinoton Ky Oct 1 The foot bail season will open here this week Next Saturday October 5 the Kentucky tate college team will play its first game at Frankfort Capt Alford and Manager KerricK have the team iu charge and Trainer Mason of Louisville wiU arrive October 4 to take charge Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair highest Award THAT CHECK Mill the SnhJ f t of Grand Jury Invetlsa tinn at Frankfort Ky Frankfort Kr Oct 4 The grand jury Thursday morning met and continued its investigation in regard to the charge of a check having been paid a state official as part of his dividend by the Mason Foard Co Those summoned were Dr W H Dade prison physician Ed O Leigh assistant secretary of state Mike Kooney deputy warden of the Kentucky penitentiary Sam R Thomas and D Elliott Kelley a newspaper correspond fi All of the foregoing testified except Kelley who telegraphed he was delayed at La Grange The irraud jury will not adjourn or make its report until after Kelley has testified HEAVIEST REGISTRATION Enr Known In Louisville The Negroes Registered to a Man Louisville Ky Oct 4 The registration of voters for the November election has been the heaviest in the history of the city The booths closed Thursday night after having been open three days The largest previous registration was 37000 but both democrats and republicans estimate that the total number of names enrolled was 38000 to 40000 and more probably the latter figures The Negroes registered to a man on the first day and they will cast more votes in November than ever before in this city Both parties are figuring on heavy gains but it is difficult to tell which has the advantage as many did not state their party affiliation Noted Couple Dead Hopkixrvilie Kv Oct 4 Peter Chalfin and Mrs Lucretia Chalfin his wife one of the oldest and most noted colored couples in Kentucky died j denly at their home in this city of a j complication of diseases within a few I hours of each other and were buried in one grave Thursday Thev irfn each about HO years of age and were born in Virginia but came to the wilderness where this citv now stands when very young They had served many noted people had raised a large family and were lifelong members of the Baptist church He Wants Heavy Damage Winchester Ky Oct 4 One of the largest damage suits that has been tried here for a long time is now before the circuit court In November 1 BBS A 1 Alumbaugh a boy from Wolfe county jumped or was thrown from a train on the Kentui ky Central railroad near Riverside this county He was stealing a ride ant his friends claimed the conductor pushed or knocked him off the train and brought suit for fjOOOO as damages A strong array of council is employed on each side and the case is being bitterly contested A Dooble Kxecution at Lexington Ikxinoton Ky Oct 4 A double hanging will take place in Lexington November 29 The mon to be executed are Oeorge Green and Henry Mitchell Smith Negroes Green killed his wife and her step father about midnight April 88 She had left him because ho was cruel Smith is to die for committing a criminal assault upon a respectable widow lady three miles from Lexington on August 24 Frankfort In Doubt Frankfokt Ky Oct 4 Frank forts registration shows a close and doubtful political complexion although the country people always turn the tide and the county of Franklin goes democratic Tnere were LM votes registered against 1iTO last year Party affiliations were stated as follows Democrats 7s republicans 70S noncommittal 121 prohibitionists 4 populists 9 A Woman Caused the Trouble LorisvniE Ky Oct 4 A special from Elkton Ky savs a shooting affair occurred about five miles south of Elkton on the farm of C H Deeds in which Mack Berry man shot Oen Northington Five shots were fired one taking effect in Northingtons skull A woman was the cause of the trouble Northington will die Ber ryman has not been arrested ML Washington Already Booming Mt Washington Ky Oct 4 Since the project to construct a railroad from Louisville to this place and Fairfield has taken shape Mt Washington real estate has already advanced in value The construction of a telephone line bfctween this point and Shepherdsville is also probable He Stol an Illicit still SoBWUY Ky Oct 4 W S Vermillion a deputy sheriff has just returned from Frankfort where he landed W S Bevins a desperate character in the pen for a term of four 3 ears for stealing an illicit still on the Kentucky side of the Cumberland mountain six months ago Kentucky Postal Affairs iVASiiiXfTox Oct 4 A post office has been established at Cravens Nelson county Ky with James A Doyle as postmaster The name of the post office at Budtown Bourbon county haa been changed to Esconida Aged Man Suicides LofisviLiE Ky Oct 4 Fred Miller aged 08 a laborer suicided Thursday morning at his home MS Market street by emptying both barrels of a shotgun into his neck The loss of his situation was the cause Held far stealing Junk Ashland Ky Oct 3 John Math eny a junkboatman was brought from Maysville to answer to a charge of stealing 8300 worth of copper from the Norton iron works and was held to the grand jury in S200 DELAYED BY A DEATH Conclusion of the Kentucky Midland Case Postponed Frankfort Ky Oct 2 There was an unexpected delay in the trial of the Kentucky Midland railroad case when a telegram was read from Georgetown announcing the death of A K Lair of Seolt county the chief prosecutor Tne case was almost concluded when this news was received and it was continued until next Wednesday by which time it is thought a motion for a new receiver will be made by the administrator of Mr Dairs estate A motion was made Tuesday by the city of Frankfort to remove the receiver wnich was overruled by Special Judge Major Kentucky Pensioners Washington Oct 2 -The following pensions have been issued Original Archie Black alias Archy Tribble I Richmond Madison counti Increase Enoch C Smith Albany Landing Cumberland Dwight Hamilton Louis- ville Reissue William Alvis Kinsville Monroe Reissue and In creaseJoseph A Gee Kendall selL Original Widows Kitty Nichols Muithland Livingston Emily Coving- j ton Winchester Clark Mildred j den Louisville Mary Connor mother j Mt Sherman Larue Tobacco Destroyed by Frost UoPKiNsvnLK Ky Oct 2 Reliable information received in this city Tuesday from every part of the llorliins vilie tobacco district is to the effect that from 12 to IS per cent of this years crop was killed by the heavy frost that visited this section Monday night Vegetation of all kinds in this city and vicinity was destroyed The thermometer here registered as low as 32 degrees and thin cakes of ice were formed on water tlrrinan Fatally Burt Covington Ky Oct 2 - While responding to an alarm of fire John Sheinhoff driver of the Main street reel started in a gallop for the scene of a blaze at Banklick and Riddle streets Just as the reel rounded a 1 ner it struck a post and toppled over throwing the driver out on the top of his bead The mans skull was fractured and it it believed that he is fatally injured Sheinhoff is 40 years j of age and unmarried L AND N ROAD The Stockholders Meet and Elect a Board of Directors LorisvniE Ky Oct 3 The annual meeting of tne stockholders of the Louisvilie and Nashville Railroad Co was held in Louisville Wednesday The following board of directors was elected August Belmont J D lrobst H E Garth J I Waterbury J A Horsey Wm Mertins and Mora Davi son New York O It Lane Boston J L Helm Elizabethtown Ky Rudolph Ellis Philadelphia V H Smith Attalli and John Taggart Louis- j ville The financial statement shows gross earnings of I1927MM 79 penses 8122777i303 or fi3 Oil per cent net earnings W9MML7t Deduc tionsTor fixed charges loss on le rents Texas and sinking funds payments are KM0 MA It leaving the net I income W7Sli57 to which is aided i J3G3 273 42 income from investments This is credited to profit and loss no i dividend being declared Gang of Incendiaries Broken I p LixiNOTox Ky Oct 3 A powerful gang of incendiaries was broken up 1 Wednesday morning by thf arrest at i Bardstown of Will Tilford John 1 ger and Joe Grant colored of Bloom field Ky Daring the past year they have destroyed thousands of dollars worth of property throughout Nelson county and caused a big conflagration in Bloomfield It is beneved tney are in the pay of insurance swindlers Trouble on Mralght Creek Harlan KyOct 1 News was received Wednesday from Straight reek to the effect that the war is again renewed between the Belcher and Gross factions and that Sampson Brock was shot and killed Saturday by one of the iielciicrs It is feared that the gov ernor will have to be called upon for j troops to help suppress the feud which has been going on for three months Death of Judge Houston Lorisvn 1 k Ky Oct Judge Russell Houston died of old age at his home in this city He had been chief counsel of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co for a quarter century and was the only person who ever held that office In 1868 he succeeded 1a G thrie as president of the L and N but declined re election after the expiration of his terra Minister McKenzles Nephew to Wed LoilsvnlK Ky Oct 3 Miss Mamie Brewer of Danville and Mr J Mc Kenzie Moss of Bowlin Green are to be maraied at noon on October 17 at the home of the bride in Danville The groom elect is a nephew of Hon James A MeKenzie minister to Peru He is a law partner of Judge John B lirider New Kentucky Postmasters Wasiiinoton Oct 3 The following fourth eiasf postmasters were appointed Wednesday Dexter Calloway county K C Copelanu Faywood Woodford countv Mrs N L Mitchell Juno Pulaski countv Rufus Ashurst Penhurst Pendleton county E L Hendricks nt in Twain by a Saw AsmANK Ky Oct 3 Bd Wright aged 21 and single employed as a block setter at Flemings sawmill on Stinson creek Carter county fell across a circular saw Wednesday afternoon and was completely cut in twain living twenty minutes after the accident Costly Fire at Marion Marion Kv Oct 3--A hre originated in C E Do s v Co s saloon and spread to W N Wilson Co giocciy M E Fobs A Co s tailor shop and A C Gilberts saddlery Then the fire ran to L C Lfppel Cos machine house and Mrs Ann arnahans residence Total loss S10 000 I ears AsHassui it iou Lexinoion Ky Oct 3 B F French leader of the famous French Eversole mountain feud who has been indicted on a charge of murdering Judge Combs will not go to Perry county for trial until he rets a guard He fears the Eversoles will assassinate him Sulculed by Hanging Mr Wasiiinoton Ky Oct 3 Mrs Aggie Wiggington 80 years old committed suicide in the county near here by hanging herself The old ladys mind had been affected for some time and she had been brooding over imaginary troubles Woman Declared Mentally I nsound Lkximion Ky Oct 3 Mrs Marv J Johnson was adjudged of unsound mind and her brother Dr J W At kins appointed a committee to take charge of her estate of 120 acres in Fayette county and 270 acres in Wood ford conntv McCracken Registration Padi ah Ky Oct 3 The summaries of Wednesdays registration are Republican 1072 democrats l011pop ulists 2S prohibitionists K non-committal 14 independents 43 A P A 14 Total 2332 Elopers Married MinpiEsBoKo Ky Oct 3 J T Haskins aDd Miss Cora lliwn eloped from Pineville to this place and were married by Judge Joe Bos worth The bride is a sister of H Brown Hoskins most prominent rival in business 1 yphoid Lpldeinic Bsunsns Ky Oct 3 Typhoid fever is raging in an epidemic form in this town and vicinity Some of the most prominent citizens are prostrated with the disease No deaths have occurred yet Whisky Causes a Murder Lexington Ky Oct 3 Jack Downs a Leslie county farmer was shot and instantly killed by sam Martin They disagreed over the payment for a half pint of moonshine whisky Xev Kentucky Post Office Washington Oct 3 A post office has been established atGudpel Anderson countv Ky Died I rum a Hep Sting Lexington Ky Oct 3 The 3-year-old child of Oeorsre Holbrookof letch e county died from the effects of a bee sting ten minutes after receiving it Iiov Ilrown Well Pleased Frankfort Ky0ct Gov Brown returned Friday night from Louisvilie wneie he held a conference with Mayor Tyler the result of which disposes of the contemplated Griffin Murphy fight in that city Oov Brown is naturally much pleased at the big victory he has won in preventing the mill- Prisoners Attempt Suicide Lancaster Ky Oct 5 Lat and Welcome i lark confined in jail at Lancaster for housebreaking amuse themselves by attempting to commit suicide Some time ago one took an ounce of laudanum but was saved The other recently drank a quart of coal oil but was rescued 1 obacco Lohs by Recent Frosts LorisvniE Ky Oct 5 Advices received by Louisville tobacco warehousemen and buyers indicate an average ioss of about 20 per cent of the to bicco crop by the recent frosts Reports from ine counties estimate I ie oainage at about 10 per cent In other counties the estimates range as high per cent Coal Klevator Hurned AlGlSTA Ky Oct About 3 oclock Friday morning the large coil elevator containg about MOOO bushels of coal belonging to the titizens Coal Co of Pomer3 O burned S250O partially insured This fire is supposed to be the work of an incendiary The elevator will be rebuilt at once Trnbadour in Kentucky Lexington Ky Oct 5 The noted Troubadour fc now in Kentuekv Capt S S Brown the Pittsburgh horseman has sent Trouboi ur together with twentt seven head of brood mares to the farm of CoL R P Tolhunter in this county where they arc to remain five years BUTCHER SUICIDES It Is Believed He Took HU Life TuroBgh Despondency Lexixoton Ky Oct 5 The dead body of James H Barnett formerly a well-to-do butcher of this ciy as found in the back door of the grocery and saloon of Oaks it Tate on North Limestone street at 9 oclock Friday morning He had shot himself immediately over the right eye death having been instantaneous He was earsoldand leaves a wife and two children He was the son of Joseph liarnett of Mercer county and has several brothers who are well known mereliaiits of liarrodsbiirg He left no message telling why he committed the deed but as he has lost heavily in business it is believed he took his life thiough despot en ey SPITE OF THE GOVtRNOR Manager of h Murphy- rilfln light Will 1 rj and nil it Off Locisvii lk Ky Oct a After a five hours conference with three of the best law era in this city Manager Thompson Friday night announced that in spite of Governor Brown he has decided to pull Dff the Grillin Murphy tight here The only change in plans will be in the date The tiyht will come off at the auditorium on the night of October 14 instead of October 7 Thompson says he is backed by good legal advice and is ready for a few legal rounds with the governor Married the W rong ouple Lancaster Ky Oct i In the county clerks office Friday morning a couple from the country obtained a license to marry and Rev 1 M Reed a as called in to perform the ceremony Another couple accompanied the bride and groom as attendants to the wedding The minister made a nii taie and married the wrong couple Seeing his misiake he called them back and married the r ght ones The minister says that the bridesmaid and best man answered t he tuestions anu he thought tiiem the interested persons Samples of Morgan County Coat Asm and Ky Oct William Moore and Pompey Kendall have shipped two blocks of cannel coal one weighing vxi and the other MO pounds to capitalists in New York city who are interested in the proposed road to the Morgan countv coal fields The samples were taken from different veins upon their lands near Walnut Grove the talked of terminus of the proposed coal road The coal is of excellent quality readily igniting from the flame of a match Large Tobacco llarn Humeri Hopkissviiie Ky Oct Y The large new tobacco barn of Or J A Word situated near Oak Grove in this county together with all its contents consisting in part of 2 acres of fine tobacco just nonsed was destroyed by tire The loss is estimated at about S3 000 with no insurance The origin of the tire is not known TlMlk loisou FiKMiNGsiirud Ky Oct 5 Lulu Iant a young colored girl of this place attempted suicide by taking poison 1roiLpt use of a stomach pump saved her life Her lover married another Im In ah Water Works -old Iadi ah Kv Oct CoL Samuel R Bullock of New York ha- purchased the Iuducah water works lriee is kept a secret The stock of the company is valued at H30000 and the bonded indebtedness is 130030 Fourth Kentucky Confederate Cavalry Cakroiiton Ky Oct 5 The Fourth Kentucky confederate cavalry held its reunion at this place with more than 5 OOu people present There were about KM members of the regiment present Four Horses Horned If Ml I II Ky Oct The residence of Mrs Howard near White ok burned Friday morning The is oo with 2Q insurance Four horses were also consumed Killing Frosts in Central Kentucky Lexington Ky Oct 1 Central Kentucky experienced a killing frost almost entirely ruining the tobaccc crop now in the field Sorghum and other green vegetables were damaged likewise Heir to Louisville Ky Oct 1 Mrs M E Patterson of this city has fallen heir to property worth 000 by the death of Mr C H Lyford her former sweetheart at Denver CoL Late Corn and obacco Damaged by Frost Middlesboro Ky Oct 1 Frost Monuay morning seriously damaged late corn and tobacco Farmers report ice a quarter of an inch thick at Beans Fort Heck Broken by a rail Sharpsiu ko - Oct 2 While Cap Kvaiis ivaa hanging tobacco in a barn on P W Berrys farm near town the rail on which he was standing turned witn hire throw ing him violently to the ground He fell but thirteen feet but struck on his head and died in a few minutes his neck being broken Evans was about 18 years old and his home was in Elliott county Not Much Interest 1 aken by Women Lining ton Ky Oct 2 The women did not take well to the school suffrage secured by much hard work on the part of Miss Laura Clay and other Kentucky woman suffragists L p to noon Tuesoay very few women had registered They had separate booths and officers of election of their own sex There was 11 heavy registration of male voters of loth parties Kscape of a Trusiy tonvlct Fiankfoict Ky Oct 2 C L Thompson a four year man from 1 ington has escaped from the tiarv Mis absence was noted at roll call Thompson has been a trusty acting as clerk in the chair department He is supposed to have stolen a suit of tlothiug belonging to a guard Moonshine Still Captured Mt Stehiing KyOct 2 A famous moonshine still rut by Tom Blair wiio was lvnciied at ML Meriing on New Years morning has been captured in the mountains after five years of effort by revenue officials and has been brought to the collectors office iu Lexington Young Lirl Horned to Death Lexington Ky Oct 2 Miss Bertie the 17-year-old daughter of Jonathan Brav a prominent Barren county farmer was burned to death Tuesday morning by her tlothes catching fire from an open grata She lingered conscious several hou a Preacher Sentenced Mt Vernon Ky Oct 2 The jury after forty hours deliberations gave Rev W G apps two years in the penitentiary for shooting his wife five times three months ago She had applied for divorce on account of cruel treatinent THE MARKETS Cincinnati Oct 5 Flour Spring pant -3 50 i37j spring fancy BWrXjft spiinz family t25 winter patent 145a360 fancy t2033o family 2o0 j275 extra K9 Wheat Sales No 2 red track fV4c Cors Sales Mixed ear track 34c Oats BsVsWl No i uuieil track 21c No S mixed track 3e No 2 white track 3c No 3 white track iWt No 3 white choice track -e sample mix d No 3 track i a I le Fair to good shippers H 0014 Ti choice butchers M 10 14 a medium butchers t3b 400 common KZb i300 Veal Ialvm Tut to good light fT0a 2n extra 65Q common and large 3 00 5 25 Hogs Select shipptrs H 534 30 butch ers 4 20 4 5 par erV J405420 good j light Hnitl I cotntninanJ rough r340 f4oa SHEEP and Lambs -Sheep extras 300ft f Kood to choice mixed 200 250 com- mon to fair flOJ 17 Ianbs Kxlra 4 00 I ssjsjsl to choice 3a3oo common to fair t25i i3OJ Wool Unwashed ine merino per lb 8 e luarter blood clothing 13 14c medium de laine and clothing 14c curs- u 13c I urn combing U lSc Washed Fine merino X to XX per lb 13 j4c me lium clothing 14 t 15c delaine fleece 15l6c long combing 17 inc Baltimore Oct- b Wheat Ko 2 red spot and October l ftVc December 66g 36640 steamer No t red 2i2sc toRM -Mixed spot 38 SBc October 37 374c oats No 2 white western 274a7iic No 1 mixed do 24 24 New York Oct 5 Wheat -So I red October 64c Decern ber 66 3 16 66 11 lBc Corn No 2 37 i38ic October 36VJ370 December 35c Oats No 2 western 2Sg30c October 23ci December 23c Toledo O Oct Wheat No 2 red cash 6 4c December oUSc No 3 red cash 614c No 2 white 62- c 1 orn No 2 mixed ccsh 33c No 3 do 32c No 3 yellow 33c Oats Nothing doing PlTTSBCHlH Oct 5 Cattle Choice 20 I 10 good butchers t4 00u4 2o fresh cows and springers IJ 35 Hoos Prime medium 1450 t460 best York ers i 440 common to fair Yorkers tl004 440 heavy grades H 3uj4 40 Sheep Exports I320i330 good K 40fe260 fair fl 50 200 common 50c 00 lambs 2rJ 4 35 veal ives 6U0ji0 heavy and thia calves 42 00 03 0J Chuaoo Oct Calls on December wheat opened at 6014c sold at mo last prlee MM ic Patf opened at 0c -sold between ot jbHc last price 51s Calls on Mv corn opened at 29 tc last price 24c Puts opened at iSc last price 21i 24C BCfTAIA N Y Oct 5 Cattle Market dull unchanged Bona Yimswh 4 is fair to goot ht iw am 4 piga M sheep am Lamb ust native lamb- v4 5o fur la L ood 1893 42 li ht 12 -375 Upon shei p iol to i lloii 4 00 tot2 fair NEW GOODS DEALdING And Low Prices Our buyer lias returned from the Eastern markets after a prolonged stay in search of the bell values for he lea t nionev and feels satisfied that never before has there lieen such a weU assorted stock of goodfl brought to this market bought for cash and to be sold for the sinalle t profits ever known in the history of the drv trade Space will not permit us to enumerate Let lis miv that we have all the leading staples in Blankets Klannels Hosiery iloves Corsets rfcc for ladies misses and children also Gentlemens Neck ami Underwear Our leaders for this season will be our Capes and Jackets for ladies and misses in for and cloth all styles and all colors and for less money than ever before Our novelty Dress Suitings Velvets and Trimmings demand your special attention They ir new stylish handsome and cheap Table Linens Xapins and Towels in endless varieti SPECIAL Toeaali purchasers we will give a inndaoaac clock as a premium when the purchases amount to 5 or over Examine the clock- they are durable ornamented and warranted to keep correct time White Gibson COME BARGAINS FOR YOU O M F B A R G A I N S F O R Y O U Look Look Look At the following Specialties 25 Harrows for 20 Farm Wagons Cheap Feed Cutters Cheap Wheat I rills Cheap Corn Buskers Cheap Cook Stoves Cheap Cider Mills Cheap Cane Mills Cheap Evaporators Cheap Fodder Shredders Cheap Hay Presses Chuap Oliver Plows Cheap Steel Ranges Cheap Everything Cheap At SHACKELFORD GENTRYS Richmond Ky 37 35 t ar TJiiiagaJSta pR0FESSI0NAL column ATT02TE7S VI RunninS I TTiiiilFvAx A Sores mmrTLAW W Richmond Kr W l HFI 11 Ornca 106 Main Street up v 6- the Serpents A S Stjrjg Q rnJfcM Vaa 11 Altl I 11 ira i i Browns Iron Bitters uun I ftOIUU 7 J3TrT AafkM MAIHAH j u ruurinaf turpi pluuu ruiaun and i r yield Sm BBBBBSasSBS OPKllllK i i mOTes the poison ina Dunas up uie wm A lbl Mis oa tb sas IB msuarst OMSHdlkSS SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Oa Sssasasaaiaaj In Poor Health means so much more than vou imagine serious anu iatal diseases result irom trirlinor ailments neglected Dont play with Natures i greatest gift health If you are feel in t tcut ot sorts weak and generally ex hiusted lie vcus have no appetite and cant work been at once tak ing themost J ble strengthening 1 medicine which ts J crown s iron outers A few bottles cure benefit comes from the irst di it ivjnt jAmm j ur tert and its pleasant w take It Cures Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver ISeufalgia Troubles Constipation Bad Blood Malaria Nervous ailments Womens complaints Cet only the vrnainc it has crossed red wrapper i others arc sub- i rectit ot two 2c staii ps i l le Prautnul V orid s Fair uv s arI bock B30WN CHEMICM CO BALTIMORE M0 RICHMONDSTEAM LHUNDRY PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES Wurk iIomh prompt ly ami a- well as any other Laaadn in the Country PRICES NO HIGHER Statul by Home People ami they will staiil by you Lg OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED For Men D H MYERS Iroirietnr of The Kentucky Planing Mills WIIIKAIK 111 KKTMI IIKilKli l Rough Dressed Lir IoOK SSIi BllMis Mol I Iil I ATMs Sin M iK iiMF Cnmr II MR lvrt TOBACGGO HOGSHEADS A SPECIALTY Main Street - Kichmom Kv 13 25 FARM FOR SALE A valuable tract of land zl3 miles Irom Richmond on the Lnion Citv Pike joining the lands cl WJ Collins and William Frerch and part of the P T Phelps tarm All in grass has been for a number of 3 ears Has the finest water on it in the countv Extra ttneed Excellent neighborhood Ciose 10 churches and schools I mea business Address RIC11AKI COBB JR IS- DaifVille Kv 1000000 People Wear WIDouglas Shoes PROCESS cCWl 500 350 f J 225 A m ll B IK Kir ATT0M9BT AT in Richmond - - K Office No 13 First street up stairs W B SMITH ATTOJUfET AT LAW Richmond - Kcxi Office in Colli JC4 I MCHKNM IT ATTOMJTEYB T LAW Richmond - - iai Office on Second street 0 eery V R SHACKELFORD ATTfiKtt AT LAW RlfHVoM PHYSICIANS irarticr in alt the CntirT ffi mond STEPHEN D PARRISH ATTOMHM7 AT LAW Richmond - Kesi Patents Caveats Trade Mark Report as to pit Charge Before tent write me DR JOHN M FOSTER RlCHMONE Telephone at office and G W EVANS M I Richmond Kkn i Having r tired from the pr several self 1 AC mi iTer n people of the i Street DR T J TAYLOR Ir I Richmond - - Kkn Office on Secon I - weiry Store Residence on Third Street I DR H R JIlsoX V IllYsn 1 1 V AM SUMGEOX V I RlCHMi M - - K v BEST IN THE WORLD 300 250 200 1T5 For Boys MiYDQtlS Wear W Doasrlm tioes -id un rrasa IM to S30 a jalr All Ml y Ira d Widths i 1 1iither haslncrfil the pric of other makt 1 t the qualitv and p W L ItsMiclm ihe renai tlsr issir TiRenosibsutute 8 e that name and price n stamped oa sole W M Douglas Haocsris alaas ttuid tjr JA3 i 7AS21CA1T - EleimoiiA Sy WAH3 rjrMEDY CO RICHMOND KY Positive Cure FOR Liquor Morphine Cocaine Tobacco Habits CURES GUARANTEED For full particular address T B STEPHENSON Mnager - in the Joe HAS HOOKER YETEIilS KY SURG EOS 0 r Veterinary a Sp- M ii and First street DR A II STEWART PIIYSU 71Y AND SURGEON Richmond - - K OFFICE - 211 Main street over Mitchells clothing st Te KtlJJf 1 Street DR O A KENNEDY PHYSICIAN AST SVE6EOH Richmond - - K Office in mith Building in Street rp DENTAL STJUGESY WEIBY V BURGIN DENTIST Richmond - - Kenticky OfSce over Chenault grocery No 5 Second Street ML A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON Richmond Kenticky Ofpic Smith building Main Street Office M tkW Practice limited to J C MORGAN J A VATmS MORGAN YATr Richmond Kentucky - - - Orric Main Street over Madison National Bank 3- J L HARRIS M D D D S Richmond - - Kentucky Crown and bridge work a specialty Office in Collin- buMin Main street Office hours o a m to 12 m 1 to 4 p m V22 b c pons AGENT NEW YORK LIFE Assets j Surplus 162000000 20000000 ill Fsras Policies Wei WHY lil V - CHEAP COAL When you can get a better article for the same money I am offering the BEST in the market at the same price you wouJ have 10 pay to other dealers for inferior cheap coal L I WM Office and yard corner Main and B street only one square trom the Court House v 4 MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUA WORMS HfKITFS fiSFKH limy Me for Silt MnulvZ VERMIFUGE I wish 10 sell privately my new brick livery stable same square and near Hotel Glvndon Richmond Ky Possession given January I 1896 io i8 W S DUNCAN FOR 20 YEARS Ha led all WORM emdies EVERY BOHLE UUiRAITEED r all piicuirrt s imtixit r st tan

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