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Daily evening bulletin. (Maysville [Ky.]) 1883-1887, October 22, 1884, Image 4

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MURDERERS ROLL OAL1
A Killing a Dream and tho Discov
ory Was it AccidontalP
noaa Agent Foiled Fatal Political
Dtiicuaton Annihilating Home
Tli loves Fltflit Ilotwocn Cow
boy Mild illlCVCP
Connellsvjlle Pa Oct 23 Tail
morning tho dead body of Jacob Klink wai
found in the mountains about flvo rail 03 up
tho Yougbfogeny River from this placo un
der circumstances that are to say tho least
very peculiar Last Thursday Rico Orbin a
young man living with his parents two miles
north of here was out hunting in tho locality
indicated This morning whon he entered
tho breakfast room ho disclosed that ho had
dreamed of having shot a man on tho day
named Ho doscrlbod his victim vividly
and seemed impressed with tho vision His
parents laughed it to scorn but young Or
bin came to town and persuadod a relative
hero by tho name of Jones to accompany him
to tho scene of tho shooting as portrayed in his
dream Reaching the spot where he had
fired the last charge at a squirrel thoy traced
tho lino of the bullet as near 03 they could
imagine ita courso and two hundred and
fifty yards up tho mountain side behind a
dense growth of laurel so thick as to com
pletely hide anything from view thoy found
the cold stiff body of Klink lying face
downward among tho loaves Ho had been
standing with his back to the fatal marks
man and tho leaden messenger of death had
entered tho base- pi his skull traversed ths
seat of life arid como out at tho forehead aa
the unfortunate victim foil to the earth a
corpso Tho horrified discoverers hastened
back to town and laid tho story boforo Jus
tice Richard Campbell who impaneled a jury
of inquest visited tho scene and
brought back tho corpso Tho inquest
Was adjourned until to morrow morning
Orbins relatives stato thnt ho did not Beem
the least disturbed in mind until after his
dream last night Orbins story is received
with some degroo of incredulity tho genoral
opinion being that ho shot Klink accidentally
and was afraid to confess Roth men boro
good reputations Tho air of mystery sur
rounding tho killing is tho source of a great
deal of comment and makes tho tragedy tho
sole topic of conversation on the streots
Road Afrcnt Foiled
Helena Mont Oct Tho coach which
left hero yesterday for Boulder forty miles
south was stopped by fivo armed men at the
top of tho Bouldor range On board wero
Chiof Justico D S Waito District Attorney
J A Johnson E W Tollo IV E Cullen
Judgo Chumasero T H Carter Rev L L
Wood and Shoriff Cameron of Meaghlra
County As soon as the robbers ordered a
halt Sheriff Cameron and soveral members
of the party oponod flro which tho desperadoes
returned Charley Wnrfleldone of the rbbbors
was shot dead and tho others retreated and
took to tho mountains No one in tho coach
was hurt Sheriff Cameron received a shot
through his coat It is believed tho attacking
party wanted to rescue Neill Murphy a
road agent now under urrost who was sup
posed to bo on tho coach en route to Boulder
for trial Murphy however wai left in Jail
at Helena This afternoon two poses of flvo
well armed men left for Beaver Creek whero
they expect to intercept tho desperados
Sheriff Cameron with another posse ia fol
lowing tho trail from tho point whero tho en
counter took placo
Fatally Carved
Readino Pa Oct 22 A cutting affray
arising out of a political discussion between
two Republicans ono of whom name I
Brouch was considerable tho worso for
liquor occurred at an uptown hotel early
this morning Mr Long with whom Brouch
was talking used some insulting epithet A
scuffle ensued tho landlord vainly endeavor
ing to seporato the combatants until it was
noticed that Long was bleeding freely and
that his opponent had a knifo in his hand
Long was cut over the forehead There was
a large gash in his rigac cheek and another
which hevered tho lip and chin to the bone
and a cut over tho wrist which was deep
enough to lay in a finger Ho was walked to
the houses of soventl physicians befpro onj
could bo found to di es his wounds alter
which ho was conveyed home nearly dead
from exhaustion His condition is critica
and it is said ho can not livo the nighi
through Brouch was arrested on a charge
of assault and battery with intent to kill
Annihilating IIomoThlovcs
Memphis Tenn Oct 2a A telegram was
received from Colliervillo Tennessee yester
day that three young men residents of that
vicinity had been shot by a pursuing party
near Oxford Mississippi For somo time a
gang of men including ono named Scott and
two brothers named Davis had been suspected
of committing depredations In tho way of
horse stealing around Colliervillo and Ger
mantown Tennessee From additional nows
received through Memphis lost night by pas
sengers on tho train it seems that three
horses had been stolen aud that a posso fol
lowed thb tbiovos to near Oxford Mississippi
when they were caught up with and a fight
ensued resulting in the killing of Scott and
ono of the Davis boys and tho wounding of
the other Davis and tho recovery of tho threo
stolen bores
Flu lit lletweon Cowboys and Ilorao
Thieve
Miles City Mont Oct 23 Tho fight at
Mingsvillo botween tho cowboys and horso
thieves must have been a hot ono A report
reaches hero that flvo empty cowboys sad
dles wero found on tho field Tho cowboy
vigilantes aro said to havo como from Wy
oming If so thoy aro bent on vengeanco
and tho four that wore hangod on tho Beaver
Boventeen miles north of Mingsville near
Grlsh Wibauxs ranch aro a part of their
prey Olo Berg who lod ono jjang of cow
boys was a prospective son-in- aw of Judgo
Allen of Glendivo whoso son recently
arrested charged with horse etoallug and
taken via Glondive to Miles Cty Berg has
not been heard from since tbia recent raid
and is believed to havo fallen Jim Costollo
one of the four hanged was only twenty
two years of ago
Louisville Ky Oct 23 A dispatch
from Shelbyyille this State reports tho kill
ing of Eli jah Kirk by Robert Clarknoar there
Kirk accused Clark of circulating evil reports
about his daughter and threatened to kill
him and having procured a shotgun ho rode
to Clarks house and was riding up and down
the road in front of it waiting for Clarks
appearance when tho latter oponed tho front
door and flrod two shots with a gun riddling
Kirk with buckshot and almost shooting his
Cuticura
A POSITIVE CURB
FOR EVERY FORM OF KIN AND BLOOD
DISEASE FROM PIMPLES TO SCROF
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I havo had th Psoriasis for ulno months
About flvo mouths no 1 applied to a doctor
nonr Boston who lielred me but unlortu
untely I hnd to Jeave but continued tnfcliig
his mealciiie for nearly three months but the
disease did not leave I saw Mr Carpenters
letter In the Philadelphia Record und his
cuse peifectly described mlno 1 tried the
rutlcura Remedks using two bottles Insol
vent and Cuticura and Cuticura Soap in
propoitlon and cull mytelf completely cured
L F Baknahd
Water foul NJ
ECZEMA TW KNTT EAKti
Cured XotnNlKoritHlleniitcnrnune
our Cuticura lias done a wonderful cure
for 1110 more than two years ago Not a sign
of its reappearance since It cured mo of a
very bad Eczema which lirul troublld mo for
mpre than twenty years I shall always
speak well ol Cuticura J sell a great deal pi
it if
Fkank C kwan Druggist
Haverhill Muss
BEST FOR AXTTH1XO
Having used your Cuticura Remedies for
eighteen months for Tetter and finally cured
It I am anxious to gel it to sell on commis
sion I can recommend it beyond and reme
dies I have ever used lor Tetter Hums Cuts
etc In fact it Is the best medicine I have
ever tried lor anything
R S HonTON
Myrtle MIm
SCItOrtJLOCS NOKFN
I had a dozeu bnd sores upon my body and
tried till remedies I could ht ar of and at hint
tried your Cuticura Remedies and they have
cured me
Jjjo Uaskill
Hebron Thayer county Peun
Every ppples of Itching Scaly Pimply
SciOfuU us Inherited and Contusions humors
with Loss of IJnlr cured by Cutlcuia Resol
vent the new BInod Purifier iuteiuiilly and
cuticura ami Cuticura SSoup the great Skin
Cures externally
Sold eveiy where Price Cuticura 50 cts
Resolvent 81 00 Soap 25 cents Fottjsh
Dkuq and Chemical Co Boston Muss
RT A TTTV For Chapped and Oily
JjiliilUjL I Slcln Cuticura fcoap
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Lowry
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FAMILY GROCEHIES
Teas Queensirare
Cigars OlasNware
Tobaccos Notions
Highest cash price paid for country produce
Jyl8dtf Coiner Fourth and Plum streets
EstatolleBaed 1865
EQUITY GROCERY
Gr Wi GOSISEL
No 0W Second St Op Opern lions
Fruits and Vegetablosin season Your patron
ae respectfuuv solicited indlv
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HicKsor camiv 1 iniwninMiiif
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Manufacturer and Dealer in flrstclasa
PIANOS j ORGANS
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED I
PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED
Vmit Ntreet Iayv1nte
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DENTIST
Office Second Street
MaysvlBe My
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Educative INSTRUCTIVE Entertaining
it Is grandly renllstlc and historically reminiscent Gen W T Sherman
Altera centurys reign the circus is dethroned Dan Rice
The sports of undent Romes arenas excelled Brick Poraeroy
MAYS1FILLE FAIR GROUNDS
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1884
AFTERNOON ONLY AT 230 P M
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Travel by Our Own Boat and NEVER Disap
point Our Patrons The Century Novel
ty Too Large to Cover With Canvas
BUFFALO BILLS
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The Grandest Exhibition On Earth
80000 Bostonians Perfectly Delighted 86000 Visitors in Elmira
120000 TWO WEEKS AT PHILADELPHIA
Nearly 50000 People at Youngstown in ONE DAY Friday Last Week
BUFPALO BILL HON W P CODY
The most celebrated of all Scouts Guides and Indian Fighters known In American history
Marvelous Equcstriuu Maiksman
Capt BOGARDUS Champion Wing Shot and his Four Sons The
SCOOTING- pTJXKrT231T33
200 Participants Scouts Cowboys Indians Mexicans
Herds if Buffalo Elk Steers One Hundred Ponies
GRAND PICTURESQUE CAMP I
Our President nnd Cabinet Our Generals our Public and our Press accord it patronago
and praise Washington Republican
Three Thrilling Battle Scenes
Attacking a Stace Coach The Pony Express Indian Dances Excl lng Hors Paces Shoot
ing on Font Bhuotlng on Horseonck LnsKOlng Wild Hteers Riding Buck
ing Horses Grand ilutlulo Hunt Indian Attack on the Cabin
A Visit West In Three Hours
To see scenes it has cost thousands their lives to view
Doors Open at 1 P M We Show Kain or Shine
Seating Copacity 10000 Covered Grand Stand
Our swinging around the circle beats them all
ADMISSION 60 CENTS - - CHILDREN 25 CENTS
Reserved Grand Stand Seats Extra
FALL -1884 and 1885 -WINTER
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A full line of card samples of sfi SEE
Boots Shoesi Rubbers
Our Stook embraces all of tho
Novelties in Gentlemens and La
dies Fine Boots and Shoes as well
as all the Leading and Boat brands
of Medium and Stoga goods Our
prices defy compotittion
vj ine great piece goods atocK - u
C will be found with T- t
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SALES AGENTS J
Maysville Ky
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But co to your drac jist or merchant nnd pet
nbottloor Villi WorWlVonn Cunify
tut uiijBi Murium unii Miiutiii worm nicuicicu
made It is put up hi delightfully flavored
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FRANZ B HAXTSOXT
ar Best S250 LADIES KID BUTTON SHOE in
the City It defies competition All kinds BOOTS
SHOES RUBBERS SLIPPERS etc best makes at
The Lowest Prices
Wo havo Just received a very largo aud com
plete stock Wo guarantee satisfaction In all cases
Custom Work a specialty C B CUFT CO
HERMANN LANGE
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Diamonds Silverware Clocks and7 Fancy Goods
AT WHOLESALE PRICES
Having Just returned from the east wlh a very Large Stock of New apd First Class Goods
which I purchased atspeclal Low Prices for CASH I will glvo my customers the benefit of it
anu will soil everything at Wholesale Prices until the 1st ol Janunry You will find It to
j our udvnntaKO to call atmy place before puichaslng elsewhere No trouble to show Goods
Polite attention to all Respectfully h
the jeweler HERMANN LANGE
No4H Second Street threo doors below Market slOdly MAYSVILLE KY
CLOAKS CLOAKS
BWe have just received the largest lino of CLOATTS RUSSIAN
CIRCULABS SILK CIRCULARS DOLMANS and NEW MARKETS
ever brought to this Market Everybody is invited to call and look at
them You will find the Prices very much cheaper than they wero ever
offered in this market before Pull line of Staple and Fancy
IT GOODS
-For the Fall Trade Just Received
XTESBITT MoBLBiEILXj
No 20 Sutton Street below Second
R G Humphreys
MclLVAIN HUMPHREYS
Successors to MYALL RILEY
Attention Farmers 1 For the next few days wewlll oTer a splendid line olJH A YRAKES
at greatly reduced pi Ices McElioy Milburu Webster and Mlicbell
WAGONS
We Mill have on hand a few Planet Junior TOBACCO CULTIVATORS Also a full and
complete stock ol all kinds of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
nnd repairs always on hand Dont fall to give us a call at No 7 West Secondjslreet Myall
Rileys old stand Maysville Ky Jyl2dtf
C S MINER BRO
ESTABLISHED 1S3S2J EAZ2SHS
BOOTS
SHOES
LeieraiMiis
MAYSVILLE KY
J BLLZEZLNTG IEIR
No 33 Second Street
Next door to tho First National Bank Maysville Ky
Rockford Hamden
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Waltham WATCHES I sPrin9fied
and Swiss KVlf and Elgin
Anything in the Jewelry line
Mriiy GOODS ARE ALL NEW AND OF TIJ E LATEST STYLES-
DIAMONDS SILVERWARE and CLOCKS

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