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D I ft CONDENSED Gathered From m NEWS the Country 1IB1 1 MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY VOLUME IX RICHMOND All of by eleg rauli aired 10 years WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 1895 i I m Sm2i Frint NUMBER Thniicnrtc 1 SUFFER I 17 PROFESSIONAL COLUMN Irt WELBY W HI Kkhmm Oft s I IK - i IN -- DKXTlsT s Kn grocery No 6 Second 45 DR A WILKKS SMITH BKMTAL st ril Mam NT Kem KX0WLEDG Office J- - I -- nnth mild i tig Strert r limited to dentisirv J A VATtS MORGAN A YATBB - Damn E KkNTlCKY Main Street over Madison Nation 3 1 1 I HARRIS I DDS K C NTUCK T hours q am PSTSICIANS IOHX M FOSTER Kesitcky Brings comfort and improvement and - to personal enjoyment when rightly used The many who live bet t r than others and enjoy life more with less expenditure by more promptly the worlds best products to tiie needs of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs ltd exei Hence is due to its pverting in the form most acceptable and pleas the taste the refreshing and truly heaetVill properties of a perfect lax- Â¬ ative effectually cleansing the system dispelling colds headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation isfaction to millions and It hi- met with the approval of the medical profession because it acts on the Kid ii ys Liver and Dowels without weakÂ¬ ening them and it i perfectly free from objectionable substance r yrui if Fi le by all in 50e mm 1 butties but it is Ma- uiactured liy the California Fig Syrup every name is punted package also the name Syrup f Figs and being well informed you will uot if offered BRICGEFORDS W EVANS M - l Rv HMOSD KNUCKY medninc ECONOMIST RANGE SEK THEM EXAMINE THEM PPRC HASE TIIFM I DR T I TAYLOR KivrrcKY ret Veager Jewelry 3- - DR II R GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KtSMtKY - and ao Sec- - MAS HOOKER itiiix Try iv gumGi and Strnlity a Specialty 65 The MR S SOLO IN RICHIVOND Two boys each were drowned while in bathing at Da via Islaud near littsburgh The Howard Harrison Iron Co of llebsemer Ala has secured a contract for several thousand tons of 8 incli iron pipe for the city of Honolulu A frreat fire was rasring in a swamp half a mile north of the village of New UoKtein Wis All the neighborhood has turned out to stay the progress of the flames Cioo Hanker the American bicyclist won the Inx Mirecourt at the Ye iourome du Seine Sunday The dis Â¬ tance was two kilometers Anthony wab second and Goujrlotz third Two men were killed and one in jured in a freight train wreck on Vae Chicago Alton raiiroad near Drum mond 111 The dead men who e e burned in the ruins of eight cars were unknown tramps K V liurnett of IIS West 34th street New York who some time ajro while professionally caring for a pa Â¬ tient suffering from cancer became inoculated with the cancer poison died Sunday afternoon Uiily O Cox president of the Kan- sas i tv state bank was Saturday at- pointed receiver of the Kansas Citr Times upon application of the Rem Â¬ ington Paper Cat the largest stock- Â¬ holder in the Times Publishing Co 1 he wholesale grocery store of Adams Sons ChClicotne Mo was totally destroyed by tire Saturday The loss is estimated at morning The tire originated in a bak- Â¬ ery m the basement of the building Lieut- - Thomas S Pheipshas received instructions to immediately reliee Lieut Wm M Wood as navigating of- ficer of the Philadelpnia Lieut Phelps has been many years at Mare Islanu and is the son of Aomiral Phelps re- tired a tract of swamp land about three miles sjuare in tne towns of Latoa and Humboldt Wis is burning over Dwilgei so far have been confined to the burning of many stacks of hay and fences but there is great danger from ts liability to spread A special from Pueblo Col says Mrs Sallie A Hogg wife of Ex Gov Hogg of Texas died at the home of her Mrs Hogg was the victim of nephew notion and came to Pueblo four months ago in the hope that the cli aawta uould alleviate her malady A disftilch from Havana to the Im parcia says the divers have refused to examine the wreck of the sun Ken war Â¬ ship Hoiif hci ilareaiteirui owing to tne large number of snarks that infest tne haroor particularly in the vicinity of the entrance to the harbor where the warship went down Klmer E Kowell a prominent at- 7ey of San Kernardino Cal has lis peared He is alleged lobe guilty ol f gcry and embezzlement arrount itiLr to tOiKK Ail his victims arc his clients The principal loser has leen How reimbursed by Howells mother ells wife and mother are of high social m PERSONAL AND Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Gol Report Baking Powder ABOLUTEKY PURE LITERARY RUINED BY Pit lr Â¬ standing -- DB A Ill I K STEWART HJ I AM KCRGEON ret cmniE sarai i It I S til - co to nrr C vntn North v W PRYOR North Street Capt Lothaire at whose order the liritish trader Stokes was hanged in the Congo country has been recalled to lirussels to give an explanation of the Stokes execution The Paris Eelair publishes dispatches from Madagascar which assert that O A KENNEDY 71 V 1 Ill YS1 SI SURG 1 TABLERSnnp 1 s tt--T- 3UCKEYE1F 01 I 3URES NGTH Kknitcky A 8ULLIVAN ATTORNEY AT LAW PUR - i V C M 106 Mam Street up RMl 16- - ycartaE che BEST REMEDY for PCLESMLD JY M1M 1IBICCI8TS f known for 15 t A SURE Pfid CEHTAiK CURE H H ATTORNEY AT LAW KKSriCKY treet up stairs TAYLOR BROS Deal I W B SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW IOXD - HHR Kkvticky 31 30 DW KR E Timre ni taut MM French soldiers have died in Madagascar since the French expedi- Â¬ tion began operating against the llo vas which The gymnastic contests opened the fetes in celebration of the occupation of Rome by the Italian troops twenty five years ago took place Sunday- and were very success- Â¬ ful The Calumet furnace of South Chi cago began operations Monday morn ing after haying remained idle since tie autumn of tfWfc Hetween LMQ and ZM0 men will be provided with employment thereby Tne members of the prison congress at Denver ol attended church twice Dr Slocum of the Colorado Sunday state board of pardons spoke in tne morning and Dr llroekway of the Elmlra reformatory spoke in the even- Â¬ ing Arthur Morrison who was city marshal of Crawford Neb at the time he siot and killed Addison Von Harris in that city January 17 last was found iruilty after a trial of two weeks and tie jurv fixed the punisnment at Â¬ Â¬ Htilwer Lvtlon almost adored Ilia In What Will lie Do with It lie alludes to her as natures lov- injr proxy the watchful Mother Mai ipus fe Mai a Yotha the Siamese minister accredited to the Lnited States has been recalled He has never been la Washington having transacted his bu iness with the state department from London to which fae U also accredited by mail Knrnh liernharlt says If am in a erowd of peopV and a dog or cat is near i will come ataumliy to me without mv maklns the slightest tnove- inent Wiiy this is the case I can not say uoless there is developed m me another seusc the existence of which animals at onee ierceive Mrs Mary lean Bradford of lios ton left a will in which she showed her love for a favorite parrot One give Stnoo in clause reads thus II Pierce to be inre ted in trust to rood nort rage or mortgages and the income thereof to lie paid to the person who mav take care of my poll parrot A funny young man in Milledge ville ia rigged himself up as a ghost and in the midnight gloom visited the house of aneighlior to frighten him and have a laugh at his expense The ghost interrupted a burglar at his work anil the burglar turned the laugh against the ghost by robbing him of hs watch and twenty dollars The won prevaricator is from the Latin and originally meant a with distorted or misshaeiv iys In the Roman courts of law the ex pression mis applied to ore who in a suit was discovered to be in collusion wth his opponnt to compass some disAs falsehMxl a the neces honesty awry pari of such a performance the word bv and by came to have the iignifi ance at present attached to it Miie Pauline de Jrandpre probably knows more of the prison life of French women than anyone else in France She lived in the St Laare prison as tac housekeeper of her uncle who was chaplain there during the In the twenty five years that empire have tiapscd since he died she has de voted herslf entire to visiting female prisoners and obtaning situations for thein when they hve un lerone their sentenees An enthusiastic admirer of Victor lingo has made a collection of all the biaek and whte and colored portraits Altoof the poet that he could find gether they nuinlier nearh lOOB of iio are caricatures and vhici about he collector M lieuve has artoons No gathered together with Infinite pains innumerable pipes canes tobacco jars bottles scarf pins handkerchiefs even cakes of soap on which the head of the poet appears Dr lliima Johnson Lucas who has been appointed health commissioner of Peoria Ill is the first woman ill that city to hold any public oftiee The medical men of Peoria as well as the Womens club strongly InrUtraed her Mrs Lucas is a native of candidacy Peoria where sin has lieen practicing me Heine for about a year Sue stands high in the profession and has built up a good practice She is the daughter of one physician and the widow of an- mother Â¬ I 1 Â¬ Â¬ found to be a forger and when he con feascd he said he was driven to the crime by an ungovernable gluttony for minee pie To sati fy his craving he had forged the signature of a wealthy man to a note for one thousand dollars and had got the paper dis ouitei the liuffalo Courier With the proceeds be went on a minee pc spree ami had devoured sixty dollars worth of this past y before he was arrested According to hs story his extraordinary liking for mince pie III J1II to show itself whi he was a boy II s eincd even then to feci t ha there was something abnormal in his appe tite for he went voluntarily to Bloom ingdale asylum in the hope of cured of his gluttony After he came out he believed he was cur d and be gan to study for the ministry But in a fatal hour about two years later the mania for pie came upon hui r ith irresistible power lie broke into the housekeepers closet in the Auburn Theological seminary where be was a student and gorged himself with mince pie His relapse so preyed upon him that he went to the faculty and they advised him he says to drop his stadia as it would be detrimental to the ministerial calling for him to enter it with such a fatal appetite for mince pie He would Im- likely toaaffera seizure of bis mania at a supper in the church parlors or at the table of one of his flock and Create an Bllfui gctable scandal ne took the advice of the faculty and weut to peddling clothes wringers and bed springs but his malady was now BO deep seated that he subordinated everything to his craving Be devel oped an unusual cunning for stealing 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Love for This PuMrj- Iarrrd llln Oot of the Iulplt and frtie Him to Iorjery A most singular ease is now in the courts at Kingston in this state A young man living there was lately aetual danger of entanglement in chain or pedals si ill the inventor who can fhd any method of placing the chain uruler cov a in drop frame without adding to the weight of the wheel will Along this nice a long felt want line the especial development of the womans machine must come Out of the multitude of counselors Is finally coaing wisdom on the subject I of woman s bicycle dress Tlx latest s attained enable a rider to go fitted for any kind of weather She may start n low shoes heavy woolen so kings knickerbockers and light it silh blouse on a hot ummer morning with a soft round felt hat or cup with v sor to protect her eyes can also carry a snail package and if it rains take f jea jacket with square revers which button back on themselves or across each other The jacket knickerbockera and capare all rainproof If it grows colder she may don 1 ggins and skirt of a length above the ankles also rainproof Thus he can defy the elementst HOW WOM ENS WHEELS DEVELOP equipped The fl eat est stress should be placed Only a Few Yt Manufacturer upon a jacl et which will cover tire ches Woiilil EM IVinke Them ami protect the lungs if necessary It affords the pioneer women cyders no little amusement and satisfaction to HOME MADE BAROMETER recall the days when bicycle manufac turers in reply to requests for womens Simple for trlvaiur l Whlrh Anvlxxly wheels would say with emphasis fan Veieh Air c have never manufactured a wom There hi one atmospheric phenomans wheel and we never will In enon alxmt which there is a wide mis those early days of wheeling bicycles conception When the smoke for American women were imported the surface of the earth instead of from England One woman who hail moving upward as it generally does never seen a bicycle but had read of many people think it is because the air them and was possessed of the true is heavy The same people will tell wheeling spirit bought one of these you perhaps that damp air is heavier It had wheels cumbrous machines than dry a r for it is on days that the thirty inches high weighed over fifty air is dam that the smoke lies close pounds had a solid tire ami cost one to the earth In the contrary damp ait hundred and forty dollars The first is lighter tuin dry air and it is liecause ride of the owner upon this ma hill of the air is damp that the moke does not weight and worth covered ten ascend It is purely a question of gravmiles inl produ ted a sprained ankle ity of we ght If the lower stratum a black eye and an entirely demolished of air is heavier than the smoke the The riders spirit was unbr latter will up if it be lighter than Hferevir and after a rest of two the smoke fa smoke will not go up so he Beks she mounted again and rode to readily The barometer is the instruicto y In these days of teachers ments used by the scientists to detertrailer and countless comfortable apÂ¬ mine the weight of the air As usually pliances it is refreshing to know of made it consists of a cup of mercury these Spartan achievements with wiiicr is connected a graduated While many women ride diamond glass tube roni the upper part of f ramis anil an increased number will this tube the air has been exhausted uoibtlcss continue to do so the radical that forming a vacuum and the height rencea between a mans wheel and of the mercury in the tube denotes the a womans will always be the drop the atmosphere frame When the bicycle is regarded The explanation of this is quite simtoy or ple The pressure of the atmosphere simply as a Tehii le and not as a machine for display the majority of upon the mercury in the cup forces the women will probably wear skirts A mercury up into the tube where it sirt of sensible length avoids the meets no resistance mnty Â¬ eom-tri-sioÂ¬ g Â¬ 1 Â¬ niince pie or in getting the money I would with which to purchase it be tempted said he and fall go to a restaurant and eat a pie and a half or J t vo pies became as helpless a victim to the mince pie habit as the drunkard is to the drink habit Sometil have pawned my overcoat or ray watch when I nave seen an uncommonly luscious pie in a window and have not had ei owgfa ready money to buy it Then came the forging of the note and the pie orgy which ended in his ar r st After bearing his story a was appointed to Inquire into and it is likely that in stead of being sent to a penitentiary he will be placed in a lunatic asylum He is i scribed as a thin nervous-lookinman with a wild expression which is disappointing for many a man of New England ancestry would be glad to cultivate this lunacy if it would not spoil his cjiuplixion and keep him awake nights part of the tube is a vacuum Hence the column of mer ury will rise or fall in the tube as the pressure is great -- r or Everybody is familiar enough with Weather reports to know that we have high barometer on clear dry days and low barometer on damp that the first Indicates good weather and the last stormy weather But high barometer means that the column of mercury is w ell up in the tube and low barometer that it is down We know therefore that as dry air bears down more heavily upon the mercury in the cup than damp air it must simbe heavier than damp air A v ple and serviceable barometer may be made at home without coat The only things needed area wide mouthed glas jar a pickle bottle will do a clean Venetian oil flask and half a pint of plain water Pour the water into the jar letting it come to within one third insert the oil flask up of the side down in the jar so that the neck of xhe flask will just enter the water That is all If the atmospheric conditions are favorable to c ear tine weather the water will rise in the flask if on the contrary a storm is in prospect the water will fall The air affecls the water just as it does the mercury in the tube Philadelphia Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ nuucxinuo in huiimi VTOU MISERIES At Ulnmpntf BRADFIELDS REGULATOR ACTS AS A SPECIFIC By FEALE Arousing to Healthy Aetna ail har Organ S joy to reign It causes health to bloom and throughout the frame It Never Fails My to Regulate ntf iiftorion A I wtfebs 7 x liKinHrin aan Lata o asanas Sold by druggist at tlGOperbotU tSS How Wmlil That H Ip Voti-fFree coinage W n Id make the silver mine owners rich How would that help you Fifty cent dollars will enable debtors to ay tic Aa yn an I zen how would that help you Â¬ Builtlins and Loan A sx A remuikable feature of the peat SO years has lietn the great lncrcu e in the number of association- - fined by work men fur the puriMise of stcurn or fur investing their savings 111 im proed real estate This Method of utilizing a seiies of weekly or monthly payments for the purchase of property has proved so successful that there are now with thousands of loan association hundreds of thousands of members To vi ry man who hits nivesii d his savings in a building and loan society the threat of free si lrer coinage - of the ipenly advocated irreatesr importance as a met In id of enabling debtors to cheat their aedrtora oat of half their debts the ril of W eent dollars wi uld prove Â¬ Â¬ it inn In Danger standard The adoption af is what the fi really yvaut woeM drive cut of the country How would that a silver Putting the lung wond double the you buy Bow The tir t result of free coin be a widespread panic through the calling in of loans by k adan who ware A tiainc means afraid of cheap money Â¬ ty Tin H w would and la money is apltal is loaned out thr egh these aefO- iationa Under free rihrei the I rrow-jn would pay off their debts in dollars This worth but half of those loaned viiuld mean the practical eontiscatnu f one half of all the 11 imy which the vorkinginen have with yean of self fetiial managed to save Do the Amer can people wish to enact a law which weald perpetrate as ft e on tic little rum trade and industry by uiak men f idle capital afraid to in money in business Kow doee vest tin that help yon If you have money in tie bank or loaned onr at interest thyour depositor loan will uner only half of what it 18 now How will that help you Adopting the silver standard if China and India would unsettle our trad with the leading commercial ua tii lis htcii are all gold standard coun- Â¬ tries and would diminish onr f commerce How w uld that i t ji a ft m m k at b cai ft k ft Si t ft af ft m m m ka s ft mm e ft bkj aanawaaBaaaaaananawan - Â¬ I H rai Att If aawaV T rH - I I I - 1 Â¬ m I other HUMOROUS Dl Jerry bt man In the nation lets au lots blowln the plantation Makes deoega to keep UicU goiav D0111 ks a s plowin Atlanta Constitution Why yes Mr Wheeler the beans go through a course of Browning before they S S Co BulP come to the table letin Papa I What is it Jonny read a pein in my school reader which Well spoke of dogs of high degree Papa does that mean skye terriers Pittsburgh Chronicle You licked Well Mamma me last week for whaling limmie Watts and papa licked me yesterday cause Johnny Phelps walloped me Well Im wondering whatll hap-Â¬ pen some time when its a draw Chicago ITm md What kind of a reptile is that she asked pointing to a silver coil with ruby eyes in the jewelry store he re- think its a garter snake plied And she didnt ask any more Philadelquestions for five minutes phia Record Did you hear about the burglar who was arrested this morning Well I suppose it No Wnat for must have lieen for breaking into song for I hear that he had got through two bars when some one hit him with a Chicago Tribune stave And now shouted the exhorter what is to be done when man is rushing headlong with lightning speed along the road to destruction Re- Â¬ Deacon Jones between snores duce sze o yer sprocket Shes too Cleveland Piaindealer high gear In the court of appeals in Dublin not so very long ago sa3s the Lamp counsel while arguing with earnest stated a point Hess in his cause which the bench ruled against him Well said he if it please the court if I am wrong in this I have yet an other point that is equally as con- Â¬ clusive npardonable Obliviousness The Little Viscount to Baroness de V You wouldnt believe how absent- minded I am baroness It is difficult to iiuagiue how anyone can be so thonght What have you done tiiis time I had bought you a bag of sweets and You lost while coming along La Cloche No I ate them them said the young ladys Laura mother uot unkindly it seems to me that you had the gas turned rather low It was solely for last evening economy mamma the maiden au There is no use trying to swered beat the gas company my daughter 1 have noticed that the shutting off of the gas is always followed by a corre of increase sponding Weil that lessens the waist Ioesnt it mamma dear replied the a Vemphis Scimitar gii Mr Wheeler--even Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iluit Business And are going to dispose of our entire stoek ot- - kaV WE HAVE DECIDED TO I I -- death A large stock kept constantly on hand uilding t head of stairs aD si M OetCNAULT - FARMERS CaH on us for Agricultural icnt of all kiwda Im ATTORNEYS AT LAW KlMltKV BUILDERS Eaflaaa street over Chenaults c keep in stock everything in the hardware line that tu need W U SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW o Kfmickv ti e TIN 40 2 ROOFING AND GUTTERING in all the Courts r as Office over Rich 2- ol CapertonV THE MOST AMAZING KN D IARRISH Kenticky ATTORNEY AT LAW BARGAINS VMM OFFERED T1IK icati Trade Marks Dtsigas Etc pateatabillty wl inventiin r rce of ingfora patent write Moderate terms dm 4 SHOPPING PUBLIC BC POTTS AGENT ker lross wliolesale at their isi igiies sale stM k Iji Might The villages of liakersville and Iiar NJ which were threat Â¬ ened by extensive forest fires Saturday uiirht have been saved by gangs of men workinsrall night and Sunday setting back tires Some valuaole cranberry boga were burned A fatal balloon accident occurred Sunday afternoon at Loscheiibsck An aeronaut amed near Brussels Toulet and three companions attempt- Â¬ ed to make an asceut and when the balloon was in mid air it exploded The four men were killed Hecause the sugar trust refused to purchase excepting at its own terms a cargo of sugar shipped to this coun- Â¬ try on the liritish steamship Falkland from Java she has been compelled to remain at anchor off the Delaware breakwater since September 1 At Calumet Mich the body of Rob- Â¬ ert Jons was found Saturday morning between Nos 4 and shafts on the fifteenth level Those of Peter Malstrom and Walter Dahl have not yet been found but parties of men are now underground searching for them The United States grand jury at Pawnee Ol T returned 43 indictments for pension frauds against leading county officials attorneys and a pen- Â¬ sion agent The findiug of the jury exposes a gigantic conspiracy to rob the government and creates a great grintown IVHIKIH 1 fe m 1 11 I II vm W -- r ub ittfrfvt lBta dHBri fWii TIB In iCaSr WtmJkr 9hHwPLm a a K 4flfe P Â¬ I BY CHRISTMASRV And in order to do so we will sell EVERY ITEM IX OUR IMMENSE STOCK AT COST This sale is and there are some RARE BARGAINS for everybody who will strietlv a come and take them A large and elegant line of Bona-Fide-Quit-Biisiness-Sale a sensation NEW Assets Ml -- LIFE 8000 WORTH OF 162000000 EI Surpm Terms - 20000000 si Policies is-- 1 rs Early unday morningflre destroyed the magnificent barn and outbuildings owned by John D Rockefeller the oil magnate which are situated on the Uedford road near Pocantico Hills N Y The loss is in the neighborhood of S30000 which is said to be covered by t Stylish Cloaks and I I I a m Wraps for Ladies Misses Children and Infants op- - Purchased before we decided to quit business will now be ottered at manufacturers price This is an portunity you win nae oniy once in a me time uun i lau 10 eniDrace it Also a lull line ol and insurance Otsirr Sunn Than Oura Dress Goods To be wild at ainioxt nothinsr The and uiot roawptata lint Woa CLOTHING below all FINE OLD LIQUORS 2 TD 14 YEARS OLD BBQ08 AND HATS at prii in RiebaMod Pure Old Whijhiea for Family and MeJi cinal I ae jn j na 10 gtoll If our sun could be as far removed from us as are the seven stars it would hardly be visible in an opera glass yet thcrt arc sixty or seventy such groups Pleiades in sight every night each group being composed of s ores of suis larger antl more brilliant than that which makes life on our world possible Alcyone is a sun LOUll times more brillant than our orb of day and Electra and Maia are each 500 times larger than Old Sol Several of sun groups taken col led on the basis rv believed to in diamÂ¬ -- 4 FALL DRESS GOODS WINTER CflSSlMERES 1 1 1 I iFlannels Winter Hosiery and Underwear Handkerchiefs Corsets Gloves and in fact a complete stock 1 a II St J il 111 ever oepu mieui ami everyiuing ai cost ana11less come one come an ami ou are oounu to 20 cj away loaded I Doait le our ji libtrii Luke In Mexico Iackages a specialty Star Creek Liquor Cdbjuj SILVER New York Store eter If this calculation is not at fault it would take light seven years to flash from one extreme of such a group to the lx pot and aiuanl fre lent Harntrl Sept S7 Tne Kentucky Pai with its contents ud depot waa con- - WholetaU Dealer In the midst of the volcanoes of Mei s the Lake of Ink which covers about an acre of ground The body of r or ink or whatever it is is so red with ashes from the adjacent ar a part of the surrounding ground which is all dull gray tint W I matters of conjecture be or what thi Allen b Main Street Opposi urt house RICHMOND KY Todd 3 m mm t THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON D P ARMER - Editob Manages PCBLJBHEU EVKKY WEDNESDAY BT The Climax Printing PRICK STATK For For Co PER YEAR fl50 OKJIiM RATIO TICKET orrnor WAT HARDIN of Mercer Lieut Governor R T TYLER of Fulton easurer R C FORD of Clay Auditor L C NORMAN of Boone I egister of the Land Office G B SWAKGO of Warn Attorney General W J HENDklCK of Fleming Secretary of State HFNKY S HALF afClim Supt of Public InstrKrnon ED PORTER THOMPSON of Owen Commissioner of Agriculture KM I V U I t Louisville Railroad Commissioner GREEN l KB I ml of Nicholas senator JOHN Ii GMtfHOE of Madison Kepretntativc Madison County JOHN CHENAllT I For f For For For For For miles an hour The last effort adds 4 j Oc but welcome Mre Ledford to her old miles to that indeed a big addition to so home again This is the second time high a speed these farms have been swapped Elder Jesse Caldwell will preach at the IliKMLfcM Mthll Speedwell church the fourth Sunday at 11 and Saturday night before Sunday Bicycle riders of New York are not School meeting at ten oclock at the new only numerous but active aud iu more E BB church wave than riding The State Democratic platform adopted last week demands W ACO The better roads for bicycle riders Mrs Minnie Talliott is visiting Mrs Good Roads problem is becoming more and more a problem eveiy day every E1 Tudor who is very ill Mrs James Cosby is visiting Mrs Sarah where There is no problem of more The best countries Wagers thisbveek vital importance By their roads ve Lave the best roads Mr B Tudor of Lexington is visiting shall know them woud bean infallible Mr J Ed Tudor test Improve the row Is A SmtOOta Mr S Winkler has soid his farm here well graded road saves time saves evaf to Mr Thomas Challis and tear saves animal strength ant aniMi s Gertrude Cindrill of Jacksonville mal feed saves money aud a dollar sa will be the guest of Miss Susie Tate this ed is a dollar made rnkA GREAT BIG P1ECE K gray ttt M 1V Bml Pll M L --V mm SSLl M W i KtUga m mm m--m-i Am A Ha 11 t I amfT B lli 111 Ik K3- HnHKmmM l B M H VVWW W K Kr VtmWW S mk CPUS if W I i H H B9 IB P W r W mm Â¬ week MKKESPONDKNCE KDKNTON I Dr Talton Davis of Kansas has been visiling his brother G W Davis this place Hon C L Serrey is in Cincinnati this week purchasing bis stx k of fall and winter goods Mr Wm Thorpe and family of Clav i ounty visited relatives here last week is vis- Â¬ Mm i A il Miss Nettie Park of Lexington James Tudor of Illinois is visiting his iting Mrs Grace Christopher Mr Miller Thorpe is serious v ill w ith typhoid fever hill m OH SlIL KN What is the matter with the Democrats of Waco Whv not meet and organize a JAMES D IA LBS CHAs rllNLEY club as was done here in 192 Let us rt house Precinct I URF1N J SI ONE WALKER have one at once University Precinct Mrs T P Ihidlev Misses Sallie and A IIERsHUN C 1 WEI Mary Dmley and Mr Albert Cosby atCite Hall Precinct tended the Missionary meeting at Republican last Saturday and Sunday WEDNESDAY OCT 2 18k Judge John I Goodloe will open tle town Wheat wool ami cotton ailvanml in AfA protracted meeting has just closed at campaign here Saturday afternoon price last week Bnckeve Garrard county with forty ad- ter the speaking a club will be organized Miss Mattie Clark has returned from a ditions Thk silver n invent ion in North Oscar Weaver passed down on his bike visit to Valley View was- r riuiiiiniix Carolina TtT the other day BMDW IN W T Indiana v ill not have a State Silver Mr Aaron Stalker took a car load of convention is comenifilatetl Mrs Cynthia Hendren is going around cattle and sheep to the Cincinnati market weeks illness A senior GKlle antl heuault is a again after a serious six Stock sold well and he relast week Mr Fulton Harris is recovering from a turned well satisfied along the line of States Rights vote light attack of malarial fever Mrs Mary Magnes of Indiana is visitA vote against IJemiett aiil liiirnaiu is Mr TJ Hibbart litis rented a farm ing relatives in this coiumunitv a trong central a vote against the ilea trom J T Perkins at Baldwin this Mrs Naomi Stapp spent a few davg izel pox eminent county I guess Mr Hibbart is looking of last week with friends on Jolly Ridge for the pretty girls that Nixy 6ioke of ioodroe anil Chenault is a A Mr Chailas Sanders was over at Eden Rock is a very precious article in m the uki time printhe miraetkml ton a few days ago Some of vou young Poosey They are charging toll lor going ciple I local sell goxerninent swains had better take lessons in horse to preaching at Kirksville swapping from Iiim Ask hiin about it 1 at C Chksai ii niaile a Bood Police Everyone is wondering w ha the iiiHllh Mrs William Harvey returned from Kl County Iu1ge anil yon Judge ami a gii ieaut v is going to do when he is dis Louisville Monday and found her three ki he wonlil make a giiml charged from his otiicechildren improved They are getting The Kirksville and Kentucky- River along nieelv now and we hope thev mav A m ri against llennett ami Biirnam is Turnpike Company are tired of Reiujati soon lie restored to their usual health a rata against a teiiieiuv la ceutrahzi-ti-iand Ham beating them out of so much The Singing Bee club was pleasantly ot pMNT iu the hamls ti the iov toll so they have decided to move the entertained on Thursday night of last ennnent But thev have ate In low the store week by Miss Hattie Taylor a charming truck a sawyer lor yon all know it is a young lady and one of the leading lights Thk fovernment has too much power Hard job to track an old coon when he I was not fortualready vote for Harliti anil everybody has grajie vine SO run on They forgot in Baldwin society or the ticket incluiling lioodloe and that there is a depot at the other end of nate enough to be present on this occasion but having formerly enjoyed tie C heuault the road h ispitalitv of this household feel The writer of the article that spoke j istitied in saying that every one Now that Hardin and the balance oi the tate ticket are virtnallv elected let f the pretty girls of Poosey I think must left feeling that it was good to have lave been right I have not been to been there us turn our attention to the local races Baldwin but I have been to the hack that arcjust taking ammpe Mr Frnest Duncan of Logana Jessaoo Is aud must say there will have to mine county was in the neighborhood iiKiimr and Itenuett have both leen he a great improvement or the statement last week buying calves and also took iu tried in the V nate and lioth filleil the will uot lie retracted Nixy has forgo the Bee acceptably mm all tilings betmt en that ugly girls gro prettier and Nixiy eijiial vote ir the iK inKrat Jiat pretty girls grow uglier and as he r she has not been down up or over Y iK DOYLESY1ILE Convention whichever it mty be for some time we Corn cutting ami sorghum making are AVedueMlay endorsed Cleveland and opposed Ire coinage of silver and re invite him or her to visit and investigate in full sway in this neighborhood now and we feel sure thai he or she Nixy ath lined the platform of H Wells and Master Mr and Mrs will not ask the statement to be re Dew ard left for their home in Mt Stei Ii Senator Bennett is not mislaii traded ling III last Friday morning after a piaged he ontv or twice and jierhap Tne old cooi save the reason that fel- pleasant visit among their relatives at oftener votel inr MiKreary therci rt low thought Poosey had so many fat this place as between WW McCreary men otc for - was he the fellow -- was walking Many persons from here attended the the lieinocrat mm a loug way from home Mehodist conlerence at Winchesiei last Kuril CRT Bill Thk women have resumed active week and report having had a good time TTT new departure matters Mrs Mr and Mrs Horace Wells of Peoria lieorge McClaualian having lieen killed 111 BLIE LICK have returned home after visiting light in Bracken in a School teachers are about readv to re the formers relatives in this vicinity CTiuntv last neck ceive their first draw Miss Lucy H isle has been sick at the re will be preaching at Pilot Knob home of her sister Mrs John Griggs the oiild lie aguverniiientiftheie iple past week with Uux hv the iienple fur the jieople but Repub- Church on the second Sunday in October Mi James Barclay of Boone county Have been told we are to have a new lican doctrine oulil make it a govern uient of the people fur the government Mo sjientjseveral days wiih relative merchant in our town soon by the government vote inr tioodloeano here last week We had both a frost and freeze last t heuault Pilot Knob Sunday School will cele Sunday night to cool off the warm Sep brate the tirst anniversary of her exist- temler we have had Kikmini county imminateda McCrea ence the second Sunday in October Willie Durham is getting aide to walk iv man lor the lj gislature nutwith A very heavy frost fell here Sunday about the village again alter having had ptanding Chairman Bulla K Hart ol the night but as most of the corn was out the typhoid fever for over two months Coonty Committee refused to introduce and shocked it did no great amount of Mr and Mrs Walter Brock were sum Â¬ rnv McCreary when he went to Klein dam moned to Clark county on last Wednes lngsburgtn sjieak We bid goodbye to hot dry and dutv dav the Litb by the death of his sister eptemlier with her eclipsed moon and Mrs Alice Farney of Winchester ik men are hanged bv law at Fori Smith Arkansas than iu any one state the G A R and hope we may see her Melvine and Tom White of Fayette in the I ii ii hi and Kentucky would act like again county made a flying visit to relatives to the a delegation The absence of the woodpecker and here last week fortunate or to inquire into how it is the yellow hammer is very noticable Alex Kirby spent Sunday with friends done and then follow the example in Kentucky while several years ago in Estill county but this is nothing new thev were as numerous as the English for him some attraction up theie As accident insurance company ol sparrow is now Blue Lick is almost Ivie the little crippled boy of Mr New York has sued the estate of W P entirely void of them and we have to be John Woosley has been very sick but Welch of Lexington to recover a poiic content with the crow and the buzzard is some better now Hal claiming that Welch commit I notice you continue to write about Mrs R N Lauter of this place visited ted sui ide as re cntly discovered and the Government Building not being com Â¬ her brothers John and Pressly Wilson wa therefore not drowned bv accident pleted and want to know why Cncle at Hunt Clark county last Saturdav and Imhavi has a law that allows a man siam should be allowed to let her proper- Sunday w ho has sold his vote to recover ty become a nuisance O others judgeDont ment m the courts for iUO and attorney V vou know that she ba6 not hsd enough BLlEUR I fee agaiust the man man who bought his money in the Treasury for ordinary pur The few cool days have aflorded much vote but we cant understand bow unxjses since the Harrison Administration der a secret ballot svsteui a man who is depleted it Read up on this subject a needed relief from the excessive heat of the past mouth but the drought is yet so morally low as to sell his vote could little Cam unbroken ever establish his case ttt Little wheat has been sown here the Mk E Ti tt BiKXAM the Republican VALLKV MEW farmers fearing the continuous dry Considerable frost here on the morning weather would prove destructive to the candidate for the linlature is a gtoi man well educated and altogether a fine of the t0th young growth young man hut be is young and has and Rev Mr Cockerham will preaeh here Mr William Spencer and son Msrcue no experience ol consequence while his the twining winter of Fairbury III visited relations here opponent Judge Chenault is la man of M F Wharton is goihg to rebuild his last week Mr Spencer is an uncle of affairs as well as of part therefore vote saw mill The contract has been let to Dawson Oldham and left this county in enault especially as he is on the Win Bowniau I8H and is now one of the most prosright ticket L N Stone one lay recently cut 40 perous farmers in his section of the country et of lumlier on one of the SouthCHAKLKS FIXED IT ern Cumber Companys mills Alex Tribble and sister Miss Carrie Rev Wm Crow Sr preached here last of Glasgow Mo are visiting relatives in Ijexingtons Passenger and Belt RailThey are children of Robt way pavs only 129 taxes although it has Sunday The ordinance of baptism was this section administered to Mrs G W Hutchinson Tribble formerly of this county Alex forty six care and miles of track to sa nothing of the franchise and other prop- Rev Wm Crow Jr preached at i4o p m is on his wiry to Baltimore Dental Col- Â¬ erty Nor does it pav any liceense Bui It was his last appointment at this place lege w here he expects to prepare himself for the practic of his chosen profesyou should not lorget that yourcousiii for 111 is year Jay Ell E sion Charles Bronaton has a linger in that pie An unusual air of quietude prevails and when he fixes a thing it is fixed to here Bill langiord 6ick Dick rgo in the beat advantage for him CA LEAST Mr Wm Ivy ol lcxington is spend- Â¬ love and Bob Sexsinith ready to start to ktfcPINU IP WUH THE TKAINS California ing a few days at Caleast Hog cholera is giving the farmers no Born to the wife of Mr Kanie Elan The horses are uot to be out run bv the Strange as it may little trouble now nery a boy locomotives or at least the horses are seem this neighborhood has not been Messrs Cal East and Phil Mighan seeing to it that the cars dol not increase entirely free from it for ten years mone rapidly than thev At Dubuque went to Tyroneyesterday morning Mrs Lucy Batterton and Mr Frank Mr W H Martin has a number of last week John R Gentry made the last of three straight heats in the remarkable thoroughbred Ieghorn cockrels which he Fowler of Cass county Mo formely of this couuty are ou a short visit here time of 2 03 the fastest of the season will oiler for sale next Court dav Hogs 3 a hundred and corn fl a paced or and the fastest third heat erer Miss Maggie Mitchell who has been trotted Thus it seems there is yet ling school in Lexington is visiting barrel on the eve of a Republican sesroom for improvement iu lite speed of her grand mother Mrs S T Cobb sion of congress justly makes UTe farmers mmmmmi Mr D L Cobb left last week on a feel pronnd they are living iu a land of plcity of fresh air business trip thiough South Carolina 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ kcpie-ii-tative n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ brother Oliver Tudor Road working is progressing rapidly in this and other precincts John T Hill of Jessamine county is doing some carpenter work at this place ieirfvT Hill of Jessamine countv has got his eve centered on some of the fair belles of this place Corn has dried up owing to the con tiuued diought Robert Teater is building himself a fine house much to the improvement of our Messrs Herbert Bonney and Daniel Elkin isited friends at Ford last week mm K Plug fpR IO fever cian Dr Roberts is his teuding physi Â¬ A- Â¬ M money See Ic - THE LEADER IF QUALITY QUANTITY AUD LOW PRICES r17 TO THE PIT will save you 6c rSJs WITHOUT ANY PARLEYIXG sm CENTS ROADS IN EUROPE Of words we want to say to the heads of families that if they want to SAVE MOUEY in the purchase of their supplies for the winter they should GIVE TJS A CALL We make no promises that we will not carry out the prices Here is how we ttn ttf 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ improve oar poor highways have tinned attention to the general exelence of those A good Bleached yard wide 5c per yard lie t Indigo Blue Calicoes per yard of Europe At such times it isoccasionly A No 1 Sea I Iaiitl Cotton van wide TriM per yard Best Fancy Calicoes 4 yard jmt But we cannot hope for remarked All Wool Flannels 20e per yard A Tc Cotton Flannel at per yard mm many decades to attain this same state of All Wool Bed Flannel 20c kt yard A 10c Cotton Flannel at 7 per yard pere tion for these Old World roads A File Outing Cloth at Clucked Cotton- - very good tor 5c per yard per yard ThU is a were begun generations ago per yard Fast Color- - Turkey Red Talde Dania k Ginghams for dresses worth 10e 7Ae per yard mistake In son e Continental countries i s piece The biggest Towel on earth 10 4 Bleached Sheeting worth 20c I5c per yard men scarcely in the decline of life can 13c jmt yard Bed Comforts a good one fur 7o10 4 Brown Sheeting worth 17e It is exceedingly dry in this neighbor recall the time when thee were surroundhood man v people complaining of ed with roads no better than those that water getting scarce abound in all parts of our Union It may m encourage the American laborers in this good cause to know this tact Theodore EN POSITION PREMIUMS Stanton in October Lippincotts All Wool Plaids fur dreaats or shirt waist- - oie jut yard inches wide 25c per yard All Wool 8erges Department of Agriculture and HortiAll Wool Plaids for dresses m -- hirt waists bid- per yard All Wool Serges 42 inches wide We per yard Rudys File Suppository culture in womans building of Cotton is guaranteed to Novelty Dress Patterns in Mohairs up to 1500 Black Mohairs 38 inches wide 50e jmt yard one liies and ConstipaStates and International Exposition tion or money refunded Noveltv Mohairs uji to 150 yard Black Mohairs 40 inches wide 65c jmt yard cents per Company premiums list offered by Mrs box Send two stamps for50 Black Brocaded Satin Dochcs lor skirt- - ur full suits at Handsome Novelty Dress Patterns at 5 er pattern circuar and Henry L Wilson Chairman of Agricul- Free Sample to Martin Rudy Registered 1 and 1 5 jmt yard Handsome Novelty Mohair Dress Pattern at fii ture and Horticulture C S dt I E opens pharmacist Larcaster Pa No Postals Handsome Novelty Mohair Dress Fat tern at 750 September Isth and closes December 51st Answered For sale by all first class lSCi Atlanta ieorgia druggists everywhere and in Berea Ky Best collective exhibit of wobv S E Welch Jr n U ltj 76 50 ihi mans work in Agriculture The Shakers have made a great hit Best collective exhibit of womans work in Agriculture - tHi Their Digestive Cordial is said to be the Ladie- - Fleeced Muse at I5c jer pair money most successful remedy tor stomach Best collective exhibit of woThe hest Ladies Vvst for Misses Fleeced Hose at 15c per pair ever sold It immediitev mans woik iu Horticulture - 00 troubles ever introduced Ladie- - Wnnl Hose at 20e jmt jiair Childrens Vests and Drawer- - from 15c uj releives ail pain and distress after easing Best collective exhibit of wo Â¬ Children- - Union Suit- - at 60 cents well wort Misses Wool Hose at Oc jer pair 23 00 builds up the feeble system and makes the mans work in Horticulture Ladies Union Suits 2H well worth 250 Ladies Fast Black Cotton Hose the beat 25c hist sold weak strong Best collection of oramental Ladies Wool Hose 25e a pair the best ever sold for the The fact is foods properly digested are 18 00 mod and carving better thaLso called tonics The Cordial Iest collection of ornamental wood and carving 10 00 not only contains fooJ already digeste but is digester of other foods Food that Best collection of assorted preLo oo is not digested does more harm than good serves of one jar each People who use the Cordial insure the Best collection of assorted preA eood Blanket at 1150 A nod Blanket at 50c A grood Blanket at 22o A srood blanket at LiX A irood Blan- 10 00 digestion of what food thev eat and in serves of one jar each I These goods are work beaters Eider Down Comforts at 4 Eider Down Comfort- - at 1550 Eider Down this wav get the benefit ot it and grow Best collection of assorted canned mm Comforts at 750 The best value- - we evei offered tiong vegetables 10 oo rftiJs The little pamphVts which the Sh ikers Best collection of can fruits 10 00 10 00 have sent to the dtiggists for free distri1st best collection of jellies Lnd best collection of jellies 5 00 bution contain much interesting informaBest decorated cake 10 00 tion on the subject of dyspepsia lay l t best three jars home made m Laxol is not a mixture of drugs It is candy 00 nothi lg but Castor Oil made palatable 2nd best three jars home made candy Medal Gov Bob Tailor of Tennessee savs 10 00 Best exhibit of Palmetto work The best and largest stock we ever had Sec our lines of 750 Suit llO Suits and 12 Suits As this world goes rouu and roun Our line of 15 Suits Best exhibit of baskets 10 00 ome 0 up and some go down cannot be leat Bee our Boys Suit- - at 11 25 3 and 14 These we call our Big they cant be beat Overcoats and Ul1st best exhibit of pickels 10 00 10 12 50 and 15 file various imitations of the original ster- that are world beaten at 15 750 Boys Overcoats and Ulsters 5 4 5 0 and that are 2nd best exhibit of pickeis 5 BO M A Thedlord Cos Liver Medcine Hats and Caps in the latest styles and the very lowest prima world heaters From 75c up to the verv best 1st best exhibit of domestic wine 10 00 or Black Draught live for a time quarrel 2nd best exhibit of domestic wine o 00 among themselves and pass into oblivion 1st best exhibit of cakes 10 00 Tor more than half a century this reliable Lud best exhibit of cakes 00 remedy has gone up and up and now Best exhibit of vegetables 10 00 stands the acknowledged superior of any 1st best dairy exhibit 10 00 vegetable liver medicine made 2nd best dairy exhibit Medal Pittsburg Texas April 14 1S92 The words best exhibit refers tirst I have been using Thedfords Black to ijtiality second to variety and in no Draught for twelve or fifteen years It case to quantity has saved me a good many dollars in docThese premiums in no way exclude ex- tors bills and my family a great deal of hibitors from such premiums or medals sickness Y B Coiter as are offered by the Cotton States and Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That International Exposition Company 1 Tobacco cutting is about over except a few late pieces Uncle Sam desires to let the contract for carrying the mail from Ruthtoa to Million for four years beginning July lSKi to the lowest aud best bidder James Martin of Ixingtou paid his two sisters a Hying visit this week Sorghum making is in full blast so all the little folks can get sweet The laudable efforts now being made in some parts of the United States to Ill m fit - m GOODS - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Hosiery and Underwear BLANKETS ketat350 w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lara BLANKETS t rSJ if CLOTHING cS 7o Â¬ ttt DOLLARS AND CENES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ttt Â¬ There tire a great many farmers who year after year persist in growing wheat at a very small profit and often no profit at all who if he would take up poultry raising with half the attention and labor that he gives to his wheat would make a great deal more money Poultry raising has so long been considered as an insignificant business that they cant bring themselves down to engaging in it as a practical thing for the profit there is in it We see instances all over the conn trv ol men with only a few acres of land engaging in raising poultry who make more from their few acres than the farmer with ten times the amount of land and does it with less labor There is no danger of an over production so long as we annually import millions of dozens of eggs from foreign countries for home consumption Take for instance the great farming State of Illinois with its thousands of fine farms vet eggs were shipped fronCCaliforuia last winter to Chicago and soid at a handsome profit after paying the long distance carriage Poultry raising will pay the farmer a better profit than almost auy other pro- duct of the farm if carried on with the same knowledge and attention to details that is given to other departments It is not a husiness that will run itself nor can it be made successful without exeri ence but to the man who will learn the business and treat it as a business worthy of his liest labor with hands and brain the reward will be great and incieasing as the years roll on Poultry Garden and Fruits Â¬ Â¬ Contain Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sens of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles sliou d never be used except on piesciiptions from reputable physicians as tne damage they will do is ten fold to the good vou can possibly derive irom them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F I CheCo Toledo O contains no mer ney cury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur- Â¬ faces of the svstem In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney fe Co Testi- Â¬ monials free bv druggist 7cc Â¬ Â¬ 5 are We are showing the ray latest styles all bought in the last ten days Yon at the bast ami aawsat A aple did mine iaefcrt in riiijli in if Is at VI A black nr -1I111 beaver jacket onr pride at SSSA Our I emier in mm Ih n snnntr i v u hi t J t so r b ir Capiv 1 mi want to -- ei y umi imMI u MiHses Jackets at s i MiHsefl Jackets at aif at Hinl RSO Chiklrens I I tI r ii -- I in IJ CI 111 iin- - llrin - till I II MIX IS IO ilt II Ml I Kill All new this season anil at the verv Innm iriI Jive our aqet u sih a irnir that are Well unth more money Dcoartiuent a imk Lace Curtains atC25 fl50 S2J0 i -I 1 11 I 1 I 11 I 11 Our 500 Our 750 Our S9C0 t mmr J iii m BfSj rtJJB SSold Medicine That Makes a Man Hnstle Franklin Co Tenn May 16 1S92 I am forty five years old and hve spent eight years in bnd health I am a poor man and have to hustle for a living Bv the use of Black Draught I am now able to hustle in my market garden and I is the greatest am as stout as a mule medicine on earth and does more than it is recommended to do L A Hudson pB -m-- mnns I mm 11150 P 25 The I 1 s J j Jif WJiulililif rv glwti re - If you want to be nobby and swell wear he Blue Grass Hat Wallace Rice 14- - Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Pair DR i Corsets at It Corsets at 1175 50 ami laek 011 Corset Waist- - the only irentiiiic one uhl ami that by us Mi We have lots ot jr d 75c Ladies at have not quoted the prices on as we that have not the space hut come in and see - we will show vou thai we will save you inoney See our Corset at 50e a- 150 m St II j I WILL MMiS ELI rilkou WlTHlrlT KAILS THE Alii Gill 1ANOLA UfTHTON ttt The U T I B W A An A Ibauy and Syracuse special train on Wednesday ran tbej 1l miles at the rate ol ti miles an hour breaking all records It is only a question of a short time when train will take wing discarding railsaltogetlrer if these igieat atridet in continue Only two weeks ago i ii r New York and 3ijlij- specie tuade ih Â¬ mtrmSmmmTl t I i Rev Ed Stout of Versailles preached interesting sermons to attentive andien- - iturday night and Sunday at 11a m Would be welcomed again at nv time Oc Carr has swapped farms with Mrs Lediord of Jackson county Or began We ntr surrv io lrose niolDj Mnndav Isom Roberta of Missouri is here vis- Â¬ show Royal Baking Powder to all others Ii on 3 Govt Reports CREAM iting his mother and relations John Carpenteiof Kansas is here vis iting his brother Sam Carpenter Manerva Hendren of Indiana is visit Â¬ ing her sister Ermine Roberts and Mrs I Perry Long i runtaiu Whitaker iuae lue typhoid -- BAKING I 11 ffiX Our U 75 Kid Glove g5piianHiarHJBfBr s Our 1W Kid Glove i 2 For 14 Years We have Kept Imitators Busy I cy- lu DEUT I GROSGRAIN awcw TVIV S y is mV m dekiie a luxurious growth o healthy hair of a natural color natures crowning ornament of both sexes ue onlv Halls Vegetable Silician Hair enetr A POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum orny other adulterant 2 CIIBCFT MFC and SILK FINISH s vxx JEa3X o and our name on atvag CO 511 a 516 Broadwaril Or Wotid Prices Cream Baking Powder Plr tllglMSt aw aa m 40 YEARS THE STANDARD WrrdsrrtilsirSrlTi JajJijgJsfglaf fflsaaSra a bis frlis iiTSiij t ii - i wiaBHmwnr ii flpjM aaasSEsi a nan j KIv ISM Lamt- BfiaBtftilH ff f- rgj j JthJbiwi mmmWmWmmmmVkWBSS3Bl- - jstasgBggBBggggBggggaggm WmmMWB8ti5SS8BSmKmWBRmmmjsiBss THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON D P ARMER rCIUSRIll EVKBT Editob Manage TIDIBOAT BT Tho Climax Printing Co PRICE STATU For Governor PKR UKMIH YKAK RATH 1501 TICKET of Mercer P WAT HARDIN For Lieut Governor T TYLER of Fulton For Treasurer R C FORD of CUy For Auditoi L C NORMAN of Boom For Reenter of the Land Oftce G B SWANGO of Wolfe For Attorney General W 1 HESDRICK of Fleming For Secretary of Stale HENRY S HALF of Graves For Supi of Public Instruction ED PORTER THOMPSON ofOwen For Commissioner of Agriculture ION B NALL ol Loi For Railroad Commissioner GR bk of NithoUs For Senator JOHN r GOOMOE of Madison For Representative Madison County- JlHV CHEN All T MIK HT miles an hoar The teat effort adds 4 Oc but welcome Mrs Ledford to her old mile to that indeed a bin addition to so home again This is the second time these farms have been swapped liiifli a speed Elder Jesse Caldwell will preach at the llirMLfcVI Klfchh Speedwell church the fourth Sunday at 11 ami Saturday night before Sunday Bicycle riders of New York are not School meeting at ten oclock at the new only numerous but active and in more E BB church wave than riding The State Democratic platform adopted last week demands V The better road for bicycle riders Mrs Minnie Talbott is visiting Mrs Good Roads problem is becoming more and more a problem every day everv Ed Tudor who is very ill Mrs James Cosby is visiting Mrs Sarah where There is no problem of more The est countries Wagers thishseek vital importance Jty their roads ve Lave the best roads Mr B Tudor of Lexington is visiting shall know them woud bean infallible Mr J Ed Tudor test Improve the roads A smooth Mr S Winkler has sold his farm here well graded road saves time saves t ir to Mr Thomas Challis I sni- and tear saves animal strength an Mi s Gertrude Csndrill of Jacksonville raal feed saves money and a dollar sa will le the guest of Miss Susie Tate this ed is a dollar made I0wlm ACREAT IWrrif rrilrarl4JlrairajTrrg itrr m www 3Sr JjgiEKgJ8atsJ EiTEl isi BS rTV rSrIlrtUB ii Pm at ft pi IF Mi mi T r rtJBJ rotas rtjrj1jLljliLu R fwiw 9 tZ g m VV V ill iia at it V rcJ5 H I ifQk Lall BaMBB Ih 1 H I B tK B lI I B JmiiA lij jt I i week CMKKBSPUNDKNUE EllEXTOS Dr Talton Davis of Kansas has been visiting his brother i W liavis this place Hon C - Serrcy is in Cincinnati this week purchasing his stock of fall and winter goods Mr Wm Thorpe and family of Clav conuty visited relatives here last week IÂ¬ tRJ rcJrSl nMBBW brn m CS aMaMMSsnnnnnnnnr I irti - Oil MJLMKX Miss Nettie Park of Lexington is visJames Tudor of Illinois is visiting his iting Mrs GraceChristopher brother Oliver Tudor Messrs Heriert Bonney and Daniel Road working is progressing rapidly in Elkin visited friends at Ford last week thisand other precincts Mr Miller Thorpe is seriously ill with John T Hill of Jessamine county is typhoid fever doing some carpenter work at this place What is the matter with the Democrats THE LEADER IB QUALITY QUANTITY AUD LOW PRICES lsfs JAMES D DYkFs CHAS Why not meet anil organize a of Waco club as was done here in Let us have one at once N B TLRPIN J STONE WALKER ImverMty Precinl Mrs T P Du dlev Misses Sallie and J A MERSHON C T WELLS Mary DuiMey and Mr Albert Cosby attinued dtought Cil Hall Precin l Robert Tester is building himself a fine tended the Missionary meeting at Re- OCT 2 1895 house much to the improvement of our publican last Saturday and Sunday WEHNESDAY Judge John D Goodloe will open tie town Af Wheat wool ami cotton advanced A protracted meeting has just closed at campaign here Saturday afternoon price last week Bnckeve tiarrard county with forty ad ter the speaking a club will be organized Miss Mattie Clark has returned from a ditions Tin silver convention in North Oscar Weaver passed down ou his bike visit to Valley View Carolina t-- a rlnmmux T T HIMFV rl house Precinct George T Hill of Jessamine countv has got his eve centered on some of the fair belles of this place Corn has dried up owing to the con 12 WTWFTOPItWPI Â¬ Â¬ the other day t Pi i ifJ FOR fever atom CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT RICHMOND KV Inmana will not have a State Silver convention es contemplated TW BALDWIN Mrs Cynthia Hendren is going around again after a serious six weeks illness is a A vote for Goodloe and henanlt Mr Fulton Harris is recovering from a vote along the line of State Rights light attack of malarial fever A vote against Iieanett and Burnam is Mr T J Hihhart has rented a farm a vote against the idea af a strong central irom J T Perkins at Baldwin this ire i governmenL county 1 guess Mr Hibliart is looking lor the pretty girls that Nixy spoke of A oTKtor lioodloeand Chenanlt is a Rock is a very precious article in i the directiiu oi the old time iirin Poosey They are charging toll tor going ciple of local self government to preaching at Kirksville John C Chkvw it made a good Police Everyone is woudering wha the 300H Jinige and a good County Judge and yon beauty is going to do when he is dis kio he would make a good Repiesen charged from his office tative vote against Bennett and Burnam is a vote against a tendency to centraliia tion of power iu the hands of the ov erument A The Government has too much power already vote for Hardin and everybody on the ticket including Goodloe and henault Now that Hadin and the balance of the tate ticket are virtually elected let us turn our attention to the local races that arejust taking shai- - niF and Bennett have both been tried in the Senate and both filled tin now all things lieini place acceptably equal vote for the Iiemocrat Iiemocratic Convention Wednesday endorseil Cleveland and free coinage of Silver and reopposed affirmed the platform of 1882 New YMK Â¬ li Senator Bennett is not mislan aged lie once or twice and perhap theref re oftener voted lor McCreary as between two McCreary men v the iH mocraL The women have resumed active Mrs new departure matters George McClanahan having been killed in a three-conn-re- d The Kirksville and Kentucky River Turnpike Coiiipanv are tired of Reagan and Ham healing them out of so much toll so they have decided to move the But thev have gate below the store struck a sawer lor you all know it is a hard job to track an old coon when he has a grape vine to rnn on They forgot that there is a deKt at the other end of ihe road The writer of the article that spoke if the pretty girls of Poosey I think must iave been right 1 have not been to Baldwin hut I have been to the Lack voo is aud must sa there will have to be a great improvement or the statement Nixy has forget will not le retracted prettier and en that ugly girls gro Jiat pretty girls grow uglier and as he r she has not been down up or over whichever it may be for some time we invite him or her to visit and investigate aud we feel sure that he or she Nixv wilt not ask the statement to be re traded The old cooa says the reason that fel thought Poosey had so many fat low horses was he the fellow was walking and a long way from home flail i Bin Â¬ Mr Aaron Stalker took a car load of cattle and sheep to the Cincinnati market Stock sold well and he relast week turned well satisfied Mrs Mary Magncs of Indiana is visiting relatives in this community Mrs Naomi Stapp spent a few days of last week with frienls on Jolly Ridge Mr CbatlafJ Sanders was over at Eden ton a few days ago Some of vou young swains had better take lessons in horse swapping from iiim Ask hiin about it Mrs William Harvey returned from Louisville Monday and found her three children improved They are getting along nicely now and we hope thev may soon be restored to their usual health The Singing Bee club was pleasantly entertained on Thursday night of last week by Miss Hattie Taylor a charming young lady and one of the leading lights I was not fortuin Baldwin society nate enough to be present on this occa sion but having formerly enjoyed the feel hospitality of this household justified in saying that every one left feeling that it was good to have been there Mr Ernest Duncan of Logana Jessa- Â¬ mine county was in the neighborhood last week buying calves and also took in the Bee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tee Following was umtea From Last Wesks Issue A adapted to pale slender persons iatpai mr the color anl contrast always i uai to tma tvh V for rill nave i puny him ES IOC REPCBLICAN LAW coming lion Dr Roberts is his tending physi That all persons within the jurisdic tion ol this Mute shall he entitled to the decided full and equal accommodations advauta- cilitiesand privileges of inns n bath houses skirt nivevauo jllilt i Ol j M contribute the battle ground nd although no diiuinu apparent it that a hen the a ii si w j - e much ill he no economv in - and tmd a r Tobacco cutting is about over except a in few late pieces im Cncle Sam desires to let the contract att for carrying the mail from Ruthton to of Million for four years beginning July 1 rei lNti to the lowest and best bidder vat James Martin of Lexingtou paid his pe two sisters a Hying visit this week we Sorghum making is in full blast so ali mi the little folks can get f weet UK is exceedingly dry in this neighbor re boot many people complaining of ed ab water getting scarce aim water ami an f Ol U subject li only d ilHlll llll bv 3 and BV A- viih the rainbow tints of early ant umn Lo ftothil full on tl lev I It en EX P SlTlt N upon a ironi our midst little and N A Du er ot C uutv Ky I PREMICMS Â¬ go Su Ir tic bo ttt rxiYIESVlLLE NlXIY Corn cutting and sorghum making are in full sway in this neighborhood now Mr and Mrs J H Wells and Master I lew ard left for their home in Ml Stei ling III last Friday morning after a pleasant visit among their relatives at this place Many persons from here attended the Mehodist conlerence at Winchesiei last week and report having had a good time Mr and Mrs Horace Wells of Peoria 111 riglit in Bracken BLlE Lit K Â¬ have returned home after visiting ctmnty last week - ioulil be a government of the people bv the people for the people but Republican doctrine would make it a govern ment of the people for the government by the government vote for Goodloe ami henault Fleming county nominated a McCrea rv man ior the Legislature notwith standing Chairman Roll K Hart ol the County Committee refused to introduce ioy McCreary when he went to Flem ingubnrgto speak More men are hanged bv law at Fori Smith Arkansas than in any one Mali iu the Iuioii and Kentucky would act wisely to send a delegation to the fortunate cit to inquire into how it h done and then follow the example As accident insurance company ol New York lias sued the estate ol V P Welch ol Islington to recover a policy mi claiming that Welch commit ted suicide as recently discovered and was therefore not drowned bv accident the Government Building not being com- Â¬ pleted and want to know why Cncle IvniANA ttas a law that allows a man Sam should be allowed to let her property become a nuisance t3 others Dont who has sold his vote to re orer judgement in the it tarts for 900 and attorneys voo know that she has not hid enough lee against the man man who bought his money in the Treasury for ordinary pur vote bet we cant understand how un- poses since the Harrison Administration der a secret ballot system a man who is depleted it Read up on this subject a as orally low as to sell bin vote could little Crip ever establish his time T Â¬ T School teachers are about ready to re- the formers relatives in this vicinity ceive their first draw Miss Lucy Hisle has been sick at the there will be preaching at Pilot Knob home of her sister Mrs John Griggs the Church on the second Sunday in ctober jwast week with Hux Mr James Barclay ot Boone county Have been told we are to have a new Mo spentjseveral days wiih relatives merchant in our town soon here last week We had both a frost and freeze last Sunday night to cool off the warm SepPilot Knob Sunday School will cele brate the first anniversary of her exist tember we have had ence the second Sunday in October Willie Durham is getting able to walk A very heavy frost fell here Sunday about the village agaiu after having had night but as most of the corn was out the typhoid lever for over two months and shocked it did no great amount of Mr and Mrs Walter Brock were sum Â¬ damage moned to Clark county on last Wednes We hid goodbye to hot dry and dustv day the 25th by the death of his sister septenilier with her eclipsed moon aud Mrs Alice Farney of Winchester lliei A R and hope we may see her Mel vine and Tom White of Fayette like again county made a Hying visit to relatives The absence of the woodpecker and here last week the yellow hammer is very noticable Alex Kirby spent Sunday with friends in Kentucky while several years ago in Estill county but this is nothing new they were as numerous as the English for him some attraction up there Blue Lick is almost sparrow is now Ivie the little crippled boy of Mr entirely void of them and we have to lie John Woosley has been very sick but content with the crow and the buzzard is some better now I notice you continue to write about Mrs R N I of this place visited Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ anter her brothers John and Preasly Wilson at Hunt Clark county last Saturday and Sunday BLlEORASB Department of Agriculture and Horticulture iu womans building of Cotton Stales aud International Exposition Company premiums list offered by Mrs Henry L Wilson Chairman of AgriculI E opens ture and Horticulture C S Septenilier lth anil closes December 31nt lsiii Atlanta Georgia lest collective exhibit of wo50 00 mans work in Agriculture Best collective exhibit of wo- Â¬ - 00 mans work in Agriculture Best collective exhibit of wo25 oo mans work in Horticulture Best collective exhibit of wo- Â¬ tS 00 mans work in Horticulture of oramental Best collection wood and carving MOO Best collection of ornamental 10 00 wood and carving Best collection of assorted pre- Â¬ 20 00 serves of one jar eacl Best collection of assorted pre- Â¬ 10 00 serves of one jar each Best collection of assorted canned vegetables 10 00 10 00 Best collection of tan fruits 10 00 1st best collection of jellies 2nd best collection of jellies 5 00 Best decorated cake 10 00 1st best three jars homemade 5 00 candy 2nd best three jars home made candy Medal Best exhibit of Palmetto work 10 00 Best exhibit of baskets 10 00 1st best exhibit of pitkels 10 00 5 00 2nd best exhibit of pickets 1st best exhibit of domestic wine 10 00 2nd best exhibit of domestic wine 5 00 1st best exhibit of cakes 10 00 2nd best exhibit of cakes 5 00 Best exhibit of vegetables 10 00 1st beet dairy exhibit 10 00 2nd best dairy exhibit Medal The words best exhibit refers first to quality second to variety and in no case to quantity These premiums in no way exclude exhibitors from such premiums or medals as are offered by the Cotton States and International Exposition Company Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ byRev i Fi H A dr by - Tl mi tr re bu W - be no bu cr ire Pt di th st ha bu lid II bright M iug a I or an F re sti I ha to Ml M A ttt over whi A DOLLARS AND CENES Mr E Considerable frost here on the morning is a good candidate for the man well educated and altogether a fine of the 30th young man but he is young and has had Rev Mr Cockerham will preach here no experieni of consequence while his the coining winter opponent Judge henault is la man of M F Wharton isgoihg to rebuild his affairs as well as of parts therefore vote sawmill The contract has been let to far henault especially as ue is on the Wm Bowman ngiit ticket L N Stone one lay recently cut 40 830 feet of lumber on one of tiie SouthHAK1KS HKII IT ern Lumber Companys mills Rev Wm Crow Sr preached here last Passenger and Belt Rail Lexingtons way pays only 129 taxes although it has Sunday The ordinance of baptism was forty six cars and miles of track to say administered to Mrs G W Hutchinson othiag of the franchise aud other prop Rev Wm Crow Jr preached at 64o p m But It was his last appointment at this place arty Nor does it pav any liceense yon should not forget that your cousin lor this year Jay Ell Ess Charles Bronaton has a finger in that pie and when he fixes a thing it is fixed to the best ail vantage for him T Mr Win Iw ot 1 xington is spend KBfcTINb IP Willi THE TRAINS ing a few days at Caleast Born to the wife of Mr Kanie Flan The horses are not to be out mn bv the nery a boy locomotives or at least the horses are Messrs Oal East and Phil Meichan aeetng to it that the cars d not increase went to Tvroneyesterday morning sore rapidly than thev At Dubuque Mr W H Martin has a number of last week John R Gentry made the last of three straight heats in the remarkable thoroughbred lieghorn cockrels which he will otter for sale next Court day time of 2 UiJ the fastest of the and the fastest third beat ever paced or j Ilia Maggie Mitchell who has been trotted Thus it seems tliere rs vet attending school in Lexington is visiting room for improvement in the speed of her grand mother Mrs S T Cobb homes Mr D L Cobb left last week on a b incai trip thiough South Carolina SOON THKOI 6aV THE AIK WILL iL WITUtHT KAILS Â¬ Â¬ Titt il the legislature Republican VALLEY VIEW The few cool days have afforded much needed relief from the excessive heat of the past mouth but the drought is yet unbroken Little wheat has been sown here the farmers fearing the continuous dry weather would prove destructive to the young growth Mr William Spencer and son Marcus of Fairbury 111 visited relations here last week Mr Sjiencer is an uncle of Dawson Oldham and left this county iu si and is now one of the most prosperous farmers in his section of the country Alex Trihble and sister Miss Carrie of Glasgow Mo are visiting relatives in this section They are children of RobL Trihble formerly of this county Alex is on his wwy to Baltimore Dental College where he expects to prepare himself for the practic of his chosen profes- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ol ttt -- Â¬ sion An unusual air of quietude prevails here Bill Langford sick Dick rgo iu love and 1Mb Sexsmith ready to start to California Hog cholera is giving the farmers no Strange as it may little trouble now seem this neighborhood has not been entirely free from it for ten years Lucv Batterton and Mr Frank Fowler of Cass county Mo formely of this countv are on a short visit here Hogs S3 a hundred and corn 1 a barrel on the eve of a Republican session of congress justly makes the farmers feel pround they are living in a land of Mrs Â¬ There are a great many farmers who year after year persist in growiug wheat at a very small profit and often no profit at all who if he would take up poultry raising with half the attention and labor that he gives to his wheat would make a great deal more money Poultry raising has so long been considered as an insignificant business that they cant bring themselves down to engaging iu it as a practical thing for the profit there is in it We see instances all over the conn trv ot men with ouly a few acres of land engaging in raising poultry who make more from their few acres than the farmer with ten times the amount of land and does it with less labor There is no dan ger of au over production so long as we annually import millions of dozens of eggs from foreign countries for home consumption Take for instance the great fsrjng State of Illinois with its thousands of fine farms vet eggs were shiped from California last winter to Chicago and sold at a handsome profit after paying the long distance carriage Poultry raising will pay the farmer a better profit than almost auy other pro duct of the farm if carried on with thei same knowledge and attention to details that is giver o other departments It is not a business that will run itself nor can it be made successful without exigence but to the man who will learn the business and treat it as a business worthy of his lest labor with hands and brain the reward will be great and iuci easing as the years roll on Poultry Garden and Frnits Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w - in foir i u th nt IP t C1 ed on popti- - Ameri c ru cc re H i odor learned peach peai C It dc popular than Lanm i Mil delightful fetain- - tuousuno apple t in turn and tenls an air more iiie u Eudss eire ill sp P B able to hustle in my market garden and am as stout as a mule I is the greatest medicine on earth and does more than it i recommended to do L A HtlBSOW Tncly mlssmasinil jajerVtajr j If ou want to be nobby and swell wear he Blue Grass Hat Wallace ft Rice - Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair G Vonett al net at 50- R mm and 11SLP D Coneto at 1175 - 250 only BIS t Tiie Jaekson Loraet Waist- the - iii pal teinilnc uue rrlj - DU tl old and that by us ti f We have Lots of that we have not quoted the prices on st have not the space Dot come in and see as we will show you that we will save you money Mi--1 lion 9 Wat hiv 5 Kept Imitators Busy at SI rtia m 5 i i For 14 Years m iresh air KITHTOV ttt The U Isom Roberta of Missouri is her nt of Versailles preached Au Alajuy and Syracuse special train iting his mother and reat Wednewisy ran thei 132 miles at the interesting sermons to attentive audien- rpentes of Kansas is here vis Saturday night ami Sunday at 11 a miies an hour breaking all ter icords It is only a question of a short m would be welcomed again at any Manerva Hendren of Indiana is visit iie when trains will take wing discard time basil and Mrs sg raik altogether if these niat strides Oar baa swapped farms with Mrs ing h Only two veeks ago Ladiord of Jackson county i speed continue at began Perry We are tor n Monday 1 i HASOLA show Royal Baking Powder Superior to ail others i rOAlh Govt Reports CREAM BAMNG 5 Cy in Â¬ healthy hair of a natural color natures es use only rnament Hair Kenewtr MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum orsny othsr adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANUARO nmm Albert Likings c uls and GROSGRAIN and i A Thsm brand GILBERT m Hist our nam on SILK FINISH y I S L T Mm iH BrosOwa a T Kid Glove Or Prices Cream Baking Powder worn rW nHhit mM sea Dnpiaan SljMlM fflfiiJJ m raifMfSil SfflaSyii 3jijgplpa TtiWiHffi pnaawifc- life- ini SfJ - THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY -- Mar A A L rattl far llltnais in and S last Amec of tf 12 M were here bought five car loal- i arg aaoveo to New n 1 Aram November 8th will be Arbor Iky Rev J 1 McKee has returned from Montreal accompanied by his wile Mrs ien R M tiano us dead at here he preached to two churches dur Tesae 1 fella in the month of August He will till his V P rlrtckinri Ige at the court pulpit in theSer ond Presbvterirn church boear MHlv here Sun lav M and family liai e re Heavy tara i Heattyville Fmir October itif Haw Like Ilia Mre Already W YiUtii hi- been transfer- rel to Richmond where he will preach Sunday It is with considerable that we mark Younjts de parture He is not only an able schol- ary preacher but alpo a very popular man both in and out of the church Durinic his three years residence in this city he has done a food work and made numberless friends We bespeak for him a cordial welcome at Riclms nd Oyntli-iaua - 1v up its mind to submit Miss Lila Manning Chenault enter tained the Vanity Fair in a delightful Erysipelas Has been my affliction from childhood It was caused by impure blood and every spring I was ec have a long spel and my general health wouhi give v ay Doctor did ne bat little good and 1 became d- Â¬ Last espondent spring erysipelas settled In my eyes and 1 became total- Â¬ ly blind for several weeks Hoods Sar- saparilla was recommended and after tak- Â¬ ing one bottle my sight gradually returned my blood became purified and I wan restored to good health With Hoods9ar saparilla one is well armed to meet any foe Miss Lulu Lkr 144 Mirket St Memphis Tenn Remember r3 em LS afSJfrSfffifSl n i3 rj ml iti EiSJELE- I i lr Pemocrat ibiiiaoa near Kobinsonsshop Ci - lil I Meulv Sunday Twlale t Boggs brought to The Ciimax ottice last week three ears of com that I i lieeti carefully weighed Tne exact weigfttt erw ponnd oj ounces 1 pound 1 JH Pr Young preachei Sunday morning and night and his hearers were delight ed with Inni One of the flock said to m yesterday me around Sunday uight and youll hear a good sermon Oil eir aid utvvillc air may le average of 1 1 it iloes not cl setili Bippc tlae litii pound ounce pound ounces 1 or an rat dints rnr Kirbmsait 1iel ia St Laais William Harries ahiptaed nine ille las beads of tobaiv wtrk p cheap V I re Anner has just receive1 liauioniis that are extra fine and 0 K Powers atn and family it iitl a iway and wil re Mrs Malvina Sliavkeltord died in St -Jib aged 77 years She cot was the widow ot ieorge Shackelford formerly of Iti linonl and sister of Ol lham this place Thomas Oldham hi Waco and Win Oldham of ioctoaj itv v Urnarralir K t InN ta be m tlMt mi ux the cattle shiMnent- - tin was a car by John VV Vanish U Kalea and apt lil rt McKee of La wren ml Miss sallie Yates this piace imei on the th Million and M will Bear Wallow church Saturday af Â¬ ternoon at three clock for tiie purpose ting a Democratic club The same with the addition of J V Bales rill be at Kingston Saturday night at 7 oclock llCrookeanil orwil Willing t leuiKrits turn out The Standard Oil Company through its agency the Richmond Produce oal Company is erecting two steel tanks of ttflW gallons capacity each on biick foundations on the vacant lot between the U N and Kstiil avenue about half way between Main and Irvine streets Oil will be brought in train tanks and dumped into the large tanks now A delivery wagon provided building with steel tank and rubber hose wiil draw the oil and deliver it to merchants Mr Kennedy of the Produce Company says this arrangement will doaway with coal oil barrels altogether in Rich inond so that uien hanis cellars arill no longer he filled with barrels of oil This ought to lessen the insurance rate Â¬ Peculiar Aeridsat Vories of the clothing firm of William Yories Unas was struck on the chin by is siild his interest in the toss of a cows head Saturday evening to his pinner Le and will cutting his tongue so severely that he the winter has not been able to speak Pr Ya right Yesterlav he swalKail Cornelia iu has not known stitched the wound or the way to his office for a lowed a little soup lo pnud girl Iifiraiui At oclook last night the RegistraLeu Harris and family will re r aUaaaai on Main second tion books closed with a total of tVt votes registered The precincts stood Presbyterian church First I rem Rep Ithere WI iilkv t Winchester is now Courthouse IM 119 O 7 W D lidhaui C where rniversitv salesman i M7 7 Citv Hall ItZ l71 friends i 1 Twyaaan family have in and taken the rooms ug store Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Klla laughter wife of Abram oi Win Fppers n of Ford Tinirsday of typhoid Merrit 7 559 Totals tlsl A great many Ileroocrats out of town I5ltirru The atwve is the name of the new post office at Burgins old stand now Oldhams M cutahundrel machine Hfg W Hennlons and near the old Isaac Biggerstaff store in la at day at T S BrennnnV the vicinity of Mt Pleasant or to be kali Richmond Carrivge Works plainer nearf Foxtoora S L Midkiff Proprietor 39- Bluegrass appears for the first time Mr Thomas H Irmston former of among our correspondence thisjissue For a pain in the chest a p ece of flannel now of Chattanooga and IN THE WAR dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm wvWlaHWitVaWrfMVwwWHalrfwMwvvMvvvV and is as full of ne s as a water melon M- Blanche I ouise Elder will be atr-Â¬ It was generally supposed in Richmond is of juice and bound on over the seat of the pain and Civil Service Examination ia the 17th the shoulders raj that the business manager of the Ciiv x The Civil Service Commissioner at another on the back between Tar RaasWt the Blue and Th Oray at Squire P P Armer was entirely too Washington has ordered that an exam- will afford prompt relief This is especially The Mine Cecilia Kppinghousen Bai- - voung to have been in the war of 1861 5 Ierryville October Mb and all camps where tha pain is caused ination be held in Richmond on Satur valuable incases ni but our enterprising contemporary the inoett at the court house Mondix toward rate Veterans and Posts of the bv a cold and there is a tendency th MM commen Novemlter fSJs night in charge of Mis- - Iovii war- - one of Pantagraph has made a discovery and day PharA F01 sale by Hagans P invit oclock a m for the grade pneumonia cing at the grandest imsical treat that the it savs that the Squire attended the G A macy Life of clerk There will U- - services at the Baptist R at LsasWrills as a veteran and since - today at 11 a in and 7J0 people of Uichmond have had the pleas raJs Only citizens of the Cnited States can Carriages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ n in a very long time The his return has not recovered sufficiently i by the pastor Rev J fl ffrtl The age limitations for hauled and painted at die very lowest lie examined - have magnificent pleased aioaj and have to tell anyone alnint his visit U Mi own P P Not prices rJfg All work guaranteed to be as this examination are as follow- them undei eriect control Kverylwdy was he to be in the presence of those under IS vears good as any in the State IS rtil minutive grain and grass seed vmi ileligiited iisd crowd with whom be trod the Moody main No application will be accepted for k Works Richmond Carri ling all over the county Few people of our county know that he S L Midkiff Proprietor Sale af While UaiK this examination unless tiled with the 39 mailer ami more convenient wore the blue and was a naval hero ErHl undersigned in complete form on the Admintrator Cole sold the Iee Jake under Admiral Porter at the siege of it tan 9GtG Ayers Sarsaparilla is not a secret C5fS rtLts projier blank before the hour of closing preparation White lands at Foxtown on last Thurs- - Yieksburg have was on He the first Any physician mav you are pining away tor want of It business on October Sfitb lav federal gunboat that ran the fiery gaunton application The secret iiient pie hvl - retarv Mil The Civil Service Commission takes the fornula era Black bought 144 acres at let of shot and shell when Porters fleet of its success as a medicine lies in its ex civil service examination this opportunity of stating that the ex133 75 passed the batteries during Grants traordinary power to cleanse the blood of in to days Climax aminations are open to all reputable cit William Bennett o acres at memorable campaign around the tiibral mpurities and cure the most deepseated izeus who may desire to enter the serMiss lucile daughter of Senator when it fellIhidley Tribble 13 acres at BM tar of the Mississippi ess s of blood disease vice without regard to their political irn tssooato marrv a New P H Sullivan 17 acrer- - at StL ter All such citizens whether man w ho holds a i TLo of sale wore the Blue and affiliations The T tal amount is ispiire Armer Democrats or Republicans or neither Washington and ositon in is proud to acknowledge that he srsavoa showed no baking powder Hi- t- Kat Ihiand Kelleys Nsaey iB They shall be exare invited to apply board the Flagship General Price with Half of the old K C deKt has been so pure or so great in leav NEW ADVERTISEMENTS amined graded and certified with entire The Tramp Shoemaker that roblei NEW ADVERTISEMENTS i down but the foundation of the Barney Kelley of seventy dcjllars was Admiral Pahlgreen That was the first impartiality and wholly without regard ening power as the RoyaL - at boat to pass the terrible batteriene and the lumber and political views or to any considcaptured near Middlesborough ami My slock oi carriages buggies He Vicksburg He could have long since to their ire on the ground for the new one brought Kee bv apt back eration save their efficiency as show u by is the handsomest and most stylish in the He gotten a iiension with back pay on ac- the grades they obtain iu the examinamorning Saturday rey u public school per capita is country Give me a call nt from here to that place and count of rheumatism but refused it for tion fr Mud ism county or 4 cents less than- wt then robbed himself and by his ie reason mu c wevra I Richmond Carriage Works Tisdale have just re- Mrs Wagers nts per pu- was the 4 For application blanks full instruc S L Midkiff Proprietor 39 i ceiveil thir new fall stojk ot milhnen shouM oe given to moee oniy who are r his ill gotten gains effort- dedui ted to maintain tie tions and information relative to the which thev are offering at less price thin Ilia Vau Kvrr Ibink trick he turned here came to light and not able to make a living ii five months they van be bought elsewhere in the ciiv duties and salaries of the different posi T hat iou cannot be well unless you have Mr Lee Maup lias charge of the trim he i now booked for the Pen tions applv to PKKSONAL James Hick If vou are weak tired mmg department Dont fail to give pure rich blood W H Miller Opposite the died at his home on Ia Big Increase ia Krveaar ullccliaus languid and all run down it is because them a call tlar bargains InterMr l F Herndon has returned from Secretary Board of Examiners Engine House M in Collections m Internal Kevenue Diaud lacks vinsumptlon age pr imoveribed vour blood nal Revenue Serwice r leaving a wife and several chilstrict Kentucky C H Bodes Collector Hot springs troubles may be overcome P S The examination of November tality These month of September dren Mr Sol Smith is spending several by Hoods Sarsaparilla because Hoods nth will be a special one held for the It is 4d 7 months in Illinois makes pure rich blood Dr Oardner of Irvine was here last Lists reason that the Commission has not as Sarsaparilla 878 75 week and said the largest crowd ever Miss Thompson of Mt Sterling is visin truth the great blood purifier 5sfi77 Xi yet been able to secure a sntiicient numpirits October IX 3 I will on Saturday at any entertainment in Irvine was Gigars 14 75 iting the Misses Crutcher Letter Prom Prof Milton ber ot eligibles tor this district In order in front of the Court liouce p 44 10 Hoods Pills cure liver ill constip tion oclockrent ri the highest bidder my farm ii oided the local troupe who pre Tobacco Big Stone Gap Va Mr lisle Irvine of to that such demands of the service as may door Elliott 1I04 17 Specials jaundice sick headache indi- Â¬ nMr Ritlmion Pygmalion and Galatea known as the Tribble is among his old friends here arise in the future from removals res- Â¬ biliousness 70 acres tor gestion place containing 33 acres S4 Stils--i-l Total man W C P Breckinridge ignations deaths or increase in the force Mr Goodw in Seed came up from lon corn 7 acre- - lor small grain the balK41JBSS W may be promptly met it is hoped that will do the Peuiocratic sieaking at the tol lections for August isvilleon his bike last week Pait ol the farm is Many merchants are well aware that ance in Bhe Gras Lancaster K April 11 M Bran new court Increase oi epleuiLer over all aersons desirous of securing aositions their customers are their best friends and inside of the town iinnts ioiim- - next Monday count V Wa drop MrsCapt Kirby of Stanford was in August goo J cisern large ponds in every Prof Revenue Service will take pleasure in supplying them with the bouse iu the Internal hue Hon Augustus K Wili Kirks illc Kv Richmond for a day last week and nearly all new will apKar for the Republi make application at once provided they best goods obtainable As an instance we field fenci lg good unrl of Clams I take pleasure in reÂ¬ Dear Sir Terms n ade known on day of renting is the Mi s Shauklin of Mexioo Mo are entitled to examination mention Perry i Cameron prominent Will be rented with ut reserve on that commending to yon as a teacher for The Fisoal Court of Madison ooanty guest of Miss Anna Bell Harber W H MiiiKK They day if not privately rented before druggists of rlnshing Michigan In Newton Taylor Baptist minis- - met in regular semi anual sission If Poagt Also I will rent prvately the farm be next year lrot Mr Klmer Peatberage and family have Secretary We have no hesitation in recom sa He came to me with strong testi llamlurg Ark formerly of this tlie absence of Judge Buruam Squire taken rooms at the Henderson House longing to Mrs belle Ka burn near Remedy mending Chamberlains Cough For The Climax Speelwell containing 30 acres about 50 monials from the Faculty of Ken P P Armer was elected County Judge ty writes that he has a ragweed Mr C - Ragland and bride of Lex- Â¬ That Arm raee to our customers as it is the best cough acre- - for coin an I 75 acrca tor small gr dn tucky rniversitv as t hi- - education gb in his yanl He wants to A few claims were passed and the road This always balance ia blue Grass and clover Berry last claims under the new system were re ington visited Cant Everett Thesatn Huntei fence mentioned in medicine we have ever sold and and ami moral cl aracter low that is for high Can Ken wtdl improved - a most de irable place week 50 For sale at 25 He has Ihcii I think conscien ferred to the didereiit magistrates for the Register of laad week stands upon a gives satisfaction and the land lor cultivation is good H B DILLINGHAM Miss Ida Rowland is visiting her uucle historic atom of ground is Josiah Gentry cents a bottle bv Hagans Pharmacv adjustment The court then adjourned tious in the discharge of his school x Helm well known here I think of Virginia came to it in an early dav you will find him duties to meet again Octoliernh The indica Â¬ Mr E R Rowland at Richmond Brig Orphan with one companion They built a cabin tions are that the working of the roads Nicholasville Journal Master Commissioners Notice competent and gentlemai ly if yon ii e i last week with a superb the cost of last Mrs Marv Mclirayer has been visiting cleaned a piece of ground planted corn should employ him Qea- - will h less than half to CreuTors painting of her father lie lioitillllv and a garden while the other would year friends at Richmond during the week B n Hardin Helm commander of the Madison Circuit Coirt Baaad guard watching for the Indians Iawrenceburg News MILTON BLLIOTT a a hnga le killed at Chicamauga Seatrsibcr M irrages The whiz of the bullet the war whoop of Laura Scudders Admr Plaintiff j Mrs Chamlaers and Miss Susie G Against Deputy County Clerk Quisenoerrv re William and Pi I Bath Piu Stuart of Georgetown visited several the foe were sounds which once woke c Di Duplicate Laura Scudders Heirs rKKK I age 6 7 8 ports less than a dozen marriage Qi imanl Ira the eihoes of that locality Josiah went days in Richmond last week fendants Mr C H Poage ba- - throughout issued lor the month of September and I years accompanied bv a gray to Virginia married and raised a familv All persons haying claims against the his course in Kentucky University tor W m Orow Jr returned to lxiuis nearly all of them are buried upon the James Shearer Margaret Pigg went out one afternoon last week in estate ol Laura Scudder deceased are maintained a high atanding tor Alexander Moore Ann Eliza Vaughn ville Sunday to finish his course at the hill above the house Thomas Jetlerson it in eiaht tish two rabbits hereby notified o file the same legally Piesbyterian Theoiogi- - al Seminary His c n J B Roland Anna B Turley lioshel of hickory nuts and four good ap verified with the undersigned on or before scholarship in bis classes Gentn- one of his sons afterward owned lie 20th day of November 1895 01 same ducl has beeti irreproachable T P Witherspoon who has been vis- the farm and in 1H4j sold it to Jasssee Keuben Mansfield Maggie Hughes wilt be barred iting the family of Pr A Wilkes Smith Hunter and requested that he be buried He ha- - sh iwu special interest in Ira s Berrv Polly Shearer S E SCOTT dreetie v Embry of Cincinnati have Mary F New by Mondav the laniruaire- - an standw amon left for his home in Louisville Penuis Smith The in the old family burying ground Master Comr M C C iH I7 Ijrooght suit in the Cnited States court bast student in language Martin Todd Josephine Jones M Stouer of Texas Misses Margaret same year he was elected to legislature Farmers and v intuti aginst the I him especially arell ipial- Tnomas F Ko s Belle 8 Creed of Mt and died February 5th 184 and his reWoodford and Bridgeforth KettaaaJ Bank of Covington for Master Commissioners Notice irietl regardeach the cassical tongues May Meeks Mattie F White to mains were brought from Frankfort and Sterling are visiting Miss Lila Chenault tardiness in coileoting a draft To Creditors fllUub and Latin Inly tlu ee marriages for August Pr C J Bales has gone to his old interred in the grave yard on the Hunamount on a New Jersey firm am conrilent that he will show MaHISON ClRClIT CVRT ter farm The same year the executor of in Ixe county Va to sell at pubhome in failing the day before pret cnta Uetraae thangrs teacher in the high Â¬ himself an hi- - estate built the fence mentioned and lic auction a farm and will return in a S T Cobbs Admr Plaintiff tion of dratt yestenlay October 1st Collector few davs On er departments ot instruct ions Mr erected a headstone at his grave upon Against A While rrast Saa4av Nijrkt Poage is a mom her of the present Bodes made the following changes Nancv Cobb c Defendants w hicb is inscribed the fact of his being a Mrs Susana Weaver of Smith Onter la J J Brooks storekeeper gauger at Suniiav nights frost was especially member of the Legislature at the time of All persons having claims against the Senior Â¬ Silver Kan visiting her brother Mr Wm Har- bisdeatb warehouse HAS LOUIS HO estate of S T Cobb deceased are herewife and several members bar on the fellows who enjoy fussing Warwick- bonded His ris and sister Mrs Pollv Allnian left This is the last month All those who by notified to rile the same legally veri- Prut ot lircek an Pf - Kentucky One of of his family are buried there about -- the b attest weatliar you ever Creek laid off and Thomas J Million ot fied with the undersigned on or before fail to pay their citv tax before ihe ist Monday for home I 111venit v substituted saw his sons went to Iowa and may still lae November will have to pay 10 per cent the 2h day of November 8 Mondav nights was worse or same Misses Amv Smith and Mollie Fife living no other record or information has penalty storekeeper A T Chenault additional March 30 HU will be barred at i Quit D R FREEMAN Richmond aud Mattie Crockett of been furnished ot the family S E SCOTT W B HumeiCi9 bonded warehouse 7 jo Josiah I most In- irtily accord with all said Master Comr M C C The Richmond Silver Bund has been Silver Creek laid off and Collins Coy sub- Â¬ Ixmgtou are the guests of Miss Lucy 17 18 Gentry the Indian fighter iu his old days above by Presideal Tou- - in com Scott - Nicholasville Journal taking va at ion but now that the hot stituted had a peculiar facial expression and Master Commissioners Notice mendation f Mr Poage and willÂ¬ weather is a matter of the past Mrs and Miss McCon of Virginia hoarse voice which led the children to O C MWilliams storekeeper W only add tlat ha was equally emi That Ham the Ikivs will np and at it again iid off aud H J Bennett wife and daughter of the new Baptist bold him in great awe To Creditors The old man nt ot Ph nent in t and is right too good a band to die As Trustee of Mary Jane Walker minister arrived in Richmond Friday wanted to be kind to them but they substituted Madison Circlit Coirt phv aol I will on and registered at the Glyndon T P Pudley storekeeper gauger El could not be peisuadcd to approach him her children U U HA HAM Walk Will Ysa Kan President L M Tiptons Trustee Plaintiff sie Millions warehouse laid off and Misses Mary and Sue McRoberts have under auy circumstances P SATURDAY OCT s 1805 gainst K call College of the Bible has been received too h substituted Miss Julia c Deft L M Tiptons Creditors returned from Iouisville Walker Hisle to run for Charles Jenkins Rent to the highest bidder about 75 acre be Naders Brasty ln alirHiggins of Richmond will be their guest All persons having claims against L o Kesalt was ratal with of land within half mile of Richmond in the Elliston precimt Tie Thrives on good food and sunshine Clarence II Poage graduated at Danville Advocate M Tiptom at the date of his assignment Comlortable dwelling and ojtbuildii alter to morrow u-- late Squire Pjty Walk plenty of exeicise in the open air Her I In the last issue of The Climax irjef STONE WALKER are hereby notified to rile the ame legal Kentucky Liiivcrsity in June The Glyn ion register last week re- - form glows with health and her face can t you trot em a heat Trustee with the nndersijjned on or with honorary mention taking be- y verified 10 17 uentisn was make of the serious illness vealed the names olS B Dishman Bar- - blooms with its beauty If her system before th 15th day of November 1S95 or -- ides his of Mrs I V Dodge of Beroa The paper ilcirrec special eertifii The lent raised Make same will be barred bouTville W T I avis Pineville Da You UKSIKK needs the cleansing action of a laxative had no reached its readers when the in tireik Mathematics and Phi r se closed bis Jerry Jarnigan remedy she uses the gentle and pleasant Evangelist P G Com life She Hiiburn Middleslaoro r g kh woiaau had dec iS Maser Comr M C C osophv tent meeting iu Pilingbam ad Middle iboro T F Faulkner Barbour- - liquid laxative Sy rup of figs k Wednesday morning r In hi unuluation he had night The attet ville OCR PLANS OF OPERATION As after ten days illness of typhoid fever taught ten year- - in the pontic The country is wild over it What SAFETY an was huge SURE ABSOLITL Dr Wyatt UBteher and family will leave in the Goal Hei remain- - were deiaosiled itc aiil Ran- The Blue Grass stiff hat Wallace OF INVESTMENT VV e haVC I hereafter have a tiearty weicorae Mrs Dodge was a truly shortly for Colorado Springs to live for a Rice Berea cemetery JOU 14 Hetauifht Langnagea and Math nd Tlie - residence here will for the he returns over pious year your money earn vou a monthly not the Make mad wo nan emai n ana numlaerod ixtv one Iwu Plraitaat lliiuais nt be occupied by Prof G W liani k salary ami inenii ient kind yet inactive ter 10 and more made daily bv our new L nlurnUned to rent at 127 3rd St Gocd and lne ho I1 ar at t sksrt ia His ArrsaaN peration on small ii s mtematic plan o 16 board can be haJ in the same building ti 1 the arehouse and Kliiotf L Kx Conntv Clerk mate up m has W nts from 10 urysiTv K U is vtsitin St All we r and performed them cl coontu with the county What - the 11 osi jaopular hat ofthe l new and 01 Adams at Hotel dax 8 Hat At Wal The uinoffrA uli y d in full to aid practical Christianity aad aaa Kice ind Our booke make rronea ar WHIfTY WALDR0P - the symptom impover Weakness FUEL If 111 s lioods Sar apariila Open Board of lJ liicago Ba tax that i a private matter Dr 8 Cream Baking Powder 1 Â¬ Â¬ Hit Ihnrtsc iif Ktaiarky lobe IMvubd The Episeofaal Piotese of Kentucky is to be divided so as to form two separate dioceses the eastern and the western The counties forming the western edge of the esaters division are Boone Oalla tin Owen Franklin Anderson Mercer Boyle Casey Pulaski and Wavne the vtth iiieridian leing the base line This arrangement leaves Bishop Dudley in the western diocese much to the regret of hisconstituency in the eastern diocese But a new Bishop must he created am he will proliably be Rev Mr MiCready of Covington son in law of our former Common Pleas Judge C S French of Winchester Rev McCreadv is an able energetic man popular and successful The eastern diocese will have about J700 communicants while the westin will have a membership of 4701 The church property in the eastern half is raised at 330000 that in the west at o7HKi Notv itiisanding the ditierence in the numlier of communicants it has been agreed to divide the available finan ces ami give a half to each of thedii I manner Fiiday evening at her beautiful home Cumberland View The house was decorated iu wild sinilax and flowers One the spacious rooms was and dancing was indulged in Unite a feature of the evening was the substantial and delightful supper Ona supper room was decorated iu Catherine mermet roses and the other in ferns Idiss Chenault is to be congratulated on her beautiful entertainment during the evening Those present from a distance weie Misses Woodford Bridgeforth and Thompson of Mt sterling Miss Stoner of Texas Miss Lynu of Tennessee Mrs Samuel Bennett of Lexington and Mrs Pwight Withei spoon of Louisville last week Curtis F Jr and Miss Esther children oi Hon and Mrs A tt Barnaul left for college in opposite direc tion Curtis went East to Johns Hopkins 1niversitv to enter upon a four years course in medicine and Miss Is the Only True Blood Pu irter nrotni- Esther went to the far West to enter the nently m t he public eye fl six for K Iniversity of Colorado Of the many Hoods Pills uro- all liver ills hiliom- Ilflrilr cultivated excellent people in Pichmond no two perhaps are more highly esteem ed Miss Buruam completed the sopho- Â¬ Lightning Hot Drops more year in Central Iniversity last What a Funnv Name June and Curtis after a seven years ill Very True but It Kills All Pain to the prepraratory course took the deSold Everywhere Every Day gree of A B in the same institution and Without Relief There Is No Par but few young men ever passed through College with a cleaner lietter record He Not a few who read what Mr Robert was a good all round man Good for the Rowls of Holandu Va has to say below class room and good on the athletic fied The cordial good wishes of many friends will remember their own experience under had la East winter will follow them to the widely separated like circumstancegrippe which left me in a low state of they have entered institutions health I tried num rmis remedies none CUV Itenorratic Primary of which did me any good until I was in Moudavs primary was exceedingly Huced to try a bottle of Chamberlains quiet all over town There was no rush at Cough Renedv The first bottle of it M the poles The secret ballots werequietly far reieved roe that I was enable to attend deposited in the boxes and the result to my work and the second bottle effected a cjre For sale at 25 and 50 cents per was as followsbottle by Hagans Pharmacy coruT hoise raacucr iSlli lames P Dykes For years savs Capt C Mueller Charles Hinder - have relied more upon Ayers Pills than NiVKRMTY IREilXCT am thing else in the medicine chest to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ffifis raffieips iTddgjpjfBiSrgiiwanai rail BfiWHfft iiJ il i ray e rfiTsUl fImMMmMMm Goods rtUBirtiJSrrriJ frSlanlJ fejlfiBJfSisiBiJl mmafoLmmmmumnv ml MM iiBjJaiBW is ia rrlissi Hew Goois Hew Ho Hold Over 1 CUTHIK aaw i Sarsaparilla Hoods 11 MM nannY mm BEST SUIT Â¬ IN TOWN ssrS raLii o rUfitfJ mill Sfrfe 1 Chesterfields Sack and Long or if Overcoats You May Want Them UitsersDOLLARS Short TEN frtUBi As Mb bIe HI THKSK ARE BARGAINS and 1 era rwe 1 1 P StoufTer B 100 102 regulate my bowels nd those ot the No sin h troods can he otft else her We have all Trades 111 proportion hut please yon in any thing von may wan No others can approach us and a es and hargeal line of Clothing in this by paaa afford tu cannottor that toprice them bran red here those are in our line eity All a tew slaecial item- - we They are two to three dollars cheaper ilian und latc t styles No hold over gi e ran suit and want to eall vmr attention to new we a k is to come and insjaeet our line and Ii convinced that we have the eheap Dont buy cheap and shoddy ijimmIs when von can t reliable imN at 15 Turpin J Stone Walker X CITY HA A ships crew These pills a e not severe in their action but do their work thoroughly II CRKl IXIT E Carse A vs J SSI Mershon Ltij C T Wells As two nominees are necessary for a precinct the successful candidates are Walker Turpin Hunlev Pykes Mershon Wells P kes received the largest vote A good lot all the way round of bngjjies carriages 111 ries barouches and wagons just received Thev are dandies Come and see them Made of the best materia and guaran Prices lower thas ever before teed A new- - line -- 7HJfS m mm the same price Merchant Tailoring in all tne latest and stylish things Hoy- - and Childrens Our line is complete in all branches B an the boa on earth Oar two price Suits Suite at price not to b had at any other place Mtthorrt nrmr and see them Hat- - m all the latest styles in both tiff and ott tall and sea the rk and Torksey Thev aie bcBBtii Selection ofthe nearost things al rock bottom prices and will ave yon from We have an elegant line 0 Shoes 111 to la Famishing goods whatever 011 want in that line Sliirt- be had er cent on every pair Elgin iet them while yen the best one dollar shirt in America A little hot now for winter flannels but yon will need them All kunda and eheaav GiTeasaeaU We have what yon want Dont bay anything until you have seen oar ran W will make it to your advantage and aare you money Your inteiv t - our- - Give - a call complete line ---u- COVINGTON MITCHELL IWrU Â¬ W c N- vi - THE CLOTHIERS - -- wis eiyfrffrfmfrmm mm Â¬ -- frtl - Worlds Fait Tests Â¬ NEW MILLINERY the ELLIOTT INSTITUTE mm STICK - 11 j k Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I -- HiasraRRENT 1 THE FRESHEST Â¬ -- GOODS a I THE LOWEST PRICES The fall trade now open and will soon be booming Everything is on the up grade crops are immense money is coming in and everybody wants to buy fall and winter goods and we have got them Â¬ I- Â¬ i Â¬ I Â¬ Our Ready Made Clothing from only first class manufacturers and our merchant tailoring department unapproachable in Rich mond OUR STOCK IS SELECT Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ 1 Â¬ TUgTJhR Public Renting ai MR BERT STOCKTON Is our cutterand his work is unchallenged - Â¬ OUR GENTS FURNISHING GOODS Are all of the latest stvles and we can suit -- i Â¬ the most fastidious 1 - 1 I IN PRICES j II MONEY II 1 We allow nobody to undersell us scot I Warstos ad M REMEMBER Wllilt Want and cull WC Will Sell 1 ia- it to you if you will only P51 V -- VORIES BROTHERS Prices Awarded Goid Matial aiahrlater F Sa Fraof awa D P Armer Has disposed of all his old stock of Jew- Â¬ elry and has now on hand a nice new clean assortment of Diamonds Watches tlM ks Jewelry and all the latest novelties in the jewelry line that he is offering at less than they can Ihj bought in any market lout miss this chance to get some bargains in these lines All we ask of you is to come and le convinct d ds that this is the place to get No one at prices that vo can afford to nay Â¬ Over Thirty Years Without Sickness Mr H Wettstein a well known enterprising citizen of Byron 11 Before 1 paid much attenwrites tion to regulating the bowels I hardly knew a well day hut since I learned the evil re sults of constipation and tlie efficacy of Â¬ Â¬ THE MAIN STREET JEWELER inrea- tins city Wednesday morning ligation showed that the man had fallen from his wagon breaking hia neck He was 62 year old ana leaves a wife and several children shugart Siuueuiletl Sept 26 Short LollSVllLtt Ky Stop Shugart has been fined 8100 and suspended from the Louisville club for the rest of the season because he refused to accompany the team to Cincinnati last week He has been denied his release and will not be on the team Â¬ next year AYERS one days sickness for over thirty years not one attack that did not readily yield to this reined v Mv wife had lieen previ ous to our marriage an invalid for years fche had a prejudice against cathartics hut M won as she began to use A vets Pills her health was restored Pills I have not had tt Postmasters 26 The following i ostmaaters were commissioned Wednesday Becks Store Cumber land county Charles C Traylor liuel McLean county Bazel B Maiin Crum Lewis county John W Lykins Des kin Pike county James 15 Gannon Mew Kentucky Washington Sept voir at Lexington a year ago while out fishing with friends Tbe plaintif is Accident Insurance the Preferred York Co and it seeks of New to recover back from Mrs Welch 10 weekly in KinOO cash and the demnity paid her siii e her husbands death on the ground that Welch com- Â¬ mitted suicide instead of beinr ac- Â¬ cidentally drowned as was believed when the monev was paid Welch had several policies in other conipaniesand it is expected they too will file suits in a few days Welch was deputy tax collector of Lexington for a number of years and fo many shortages have been unearthed in this office in the last few months that the insurance company now suspects Welch of beinsr complicated in the matter aud that he suicided Discovered in lime Â¬ tered a dense woods about 200 yards from where it first made its appear- a nee Convicts Make KBANKroHT Mrs Wright says she was not more than 100 yjrds from the animal and had an excellent opportunity of seeing it which she dcscriles as being larger than any dog she has color seen of a tawny ever and very bushy about the head and Mrs Wright is a very inshoulders telligent lady of about 3 years and says she knows it was a lion The calf of a next morning a neighbor of the Wrights was missing and a search revealed a portion of its remains near where Mrs Wright saw the beast the evenintr before OVER THE FENCE I Farmer Tossed by a Durham Hull In flicting Terrible Injuries 2S s ept A large Ky Green Â¬ j icers of the Kiatkfort penitentiary Monday discoveted that some of the convicts were making counterfeit silver quarters and dimes inside of Some of the money has the walls been put in ciiculation several days since Warden George concluded the work was beinsr done by the convicts He made a thorcugh search and found the crude plaster casts in which the quarters were molded and some of the metal winch was composed of Babbitt metal and pulverized glass The guilty vartieshave not yet been discovered but several convicts are suspected Two Suspects Arrested Mam iikstek Ky Sept 24 The cor oner of Clay coanty has arrested two Â¬ lv ounterfelt Money Sept 24 The off- Â¬ CURES SCROFULA BLOOD POISON s 5 KENTUCKY CERTRiL FOR IT BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from C cures S THE Kentucky to All Points North South Through and South west train service between Cincin nati Middlesborongh Ky and Knoxville Tenn and Points on ECZEMA TETTER BLOOD CANCERjj REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS N i- - V BBBBBT DONE ON SHORT NOTICE and warranted Old gold and silver bought or taken in exchange for new goods In the Hart county circuit court at Glasgow J Wednesday morning Clarence Bevill the young man who in June 18I2 murdered his mistress Nellie Maguire by choking her to death was sentenced to a life term in the penitentiary Â¬ Sentenced for Life Lexinoton Kv Sept 26 26 An atKy Sept tempt was made by two colored tramps to wreck the 1043 L Mad N tram Cvntiiiana Â¬ We have Imbrella coven al readvmade to slip on while you wait ranging in price from one dollar dollar and a half and two dollar that will make your old frames into new um brellas at less than a new one will cost yoii of We have a gold tilled snecta any style with a No one lens as good as Bfcj aw Manufactured THE F AYERS Cathartic Pills Medal and Diploma To Reitore Streagth Â¬ only by ROBINSON CO P Boston Ma at Worlds Fair take AVers Samparilla saVC0 KLNTUCKY That Latest N NEWS All is put in a solid gold frame that you will pay tive dollars foi that we wil sell you at fifty seven cents warrant a -- t oiuiuoiiweallh iri From 1arts of tha tit I 111 II a JAIL DELIVERY Prisoners Assault a Deputy aaaatah Jailer and Respectfully DPARMER Letter Writers Ioou know fbdetojal The Best The Daintiest The Most Stylish STATIGNER ling Cards and Welding Invitation- Kn craved MokkhkaI Ky Sept 30 A whole- Â¬ sale jail delivery took place at West Liberty Morgan county Sunday even Â¬ ing at ti oclock Those who escaped were Henry Kreeman who murAugust dered ltoyd Arnett in Johnson Williams charged with asniece Daniel saulting his Day housebreaking and Wm Smith and Matthew Whitt grand larceny When the deputy jailer took their sup- Â¬ pers to them they all crowded to the door and when he opened the door one of them struck him on the head and all ran out over his body When the jailer came to he gave the alarm and a posse was organized and ia now searching for them Another party was organized here under Sheriff Tussey Kreeman is a dangerous man The Morgan county officials say they dont think he will be taken aiive Smith and Whitt are charged with stealing the famous Tom Blair still which was captured by revenue officers last week in Magoffin count v and sent to Major Shelby at Lexington as a Â¬ Â¬ Ask for pri present M H BROWN Richmond Ky JUDGE FINLEY Ipililiri Itefure the trand Jury 1uankkokt In Refer Â¬ Opposite Hotel lilvndon I MH TNINR CURES Colic Judge WM grand jury Saturday morning again with reference to certain intimations in the truth that a state official had received a check for S9000 as his part of the profits of the Mason Ford Co Nothing is yet known definitely as ence to Tliat SJHOOO I heck o Ky Sept Kiniey was before the Cram pa DiarrHoa Nausea Changes of Water Etc 50c Flux Cholera Morbus HOT DROPS BREAKS UP A COLO Wvsvtvavav Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches Animals and Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good Pat HEALS Bies of A av- - Ho Relief Mo size contains two and one half tunes as much as 25c bottle HERB MEDICINE CO - Sold ErEnrwnatE 25 aub 50c Peh Bottle t EVELDER HAS JUST RETURNED ARE WE NOW 4 T READY before proceedings the to trie grand jury as it has not yet re-portad It is known however that Judge Kiniey s attorney Judge Hargis advised him to answer the question oropounded and it is understood that lie did tnis It is said that three wit nesses were before the grand jury to prove that Judge Finley had said he had the check Kesult of a Kaid on Moonshiers mrcim Ky Sept 30 Kevenue affieera have just finished a raid over laran and 1erry eounties and in cutting up thirty- - illicit of 1000 gallons stills destroying mountain dew whisky and capturing four of the shiners the most suc Â¬ cessful raid made in the mountains in two years On lSuckhorn creek Perry county a fignt ensued between the revenues and shiners which may cost one of the most noted his life They will be taken to Pike vi lie for a hearing before U S Commissioner James Â¬ suc-i-eiiÂ¬ Â¬ FROM w NEW YORK Come one come all hi bought an I M York W V IL in ir MIN im- - STUCK DRY GOODS AT SUBMARINE PRICES Be will Nell and see the largest line of Boots Shoes and Hats ever broiiirht toRiehmond Our stock is now com- Â¬ plete in every depart- we have them at llll Lfiull Irtlt IliMf II r BH lo dlltl IfS V aU 1 1 Officers them at only a sltfrbl ad IIILMIl Oualitint and uuantities to uit 4 1 art 1 1 H the HaWC 0 aSK We promise to save every customer money who makes a purchase of right prices Our goods were bought before the groat ad vance in leather and us Â¬ this fall Sept 30 The W C The T U convention closed here officers elected for the ensuing year are as follows Mrs Francis ISeau iliamp of Lexinirton president Mrs Richard Arnspiger Lexington corresponding secretary Mrs Annie Mc- llure Williamstown recording secre Â¬ tary Mrs M E ltrown Millersburg treasurer nd Mrs Cogar laducah vice president Judge Phelps Resign Ky Sept 30 Judge lKxlNGTos John S Phelps democratic nominee for the legislature from Fayette coun tv has tendered his resignation as a member of the state board of equalization which has been accepted by Gov Hrown The republicans are talking of selecting Leslie Combs to make the race against Judge Phelps Military Company to He Reorganised Ky Sept 30 An at- Â¬ lKMMiToN tempt will be made to make Company E Kentucky state guards of Lexington the first militarv organization of the state Company E wiil be reorganized with sixty of the best men to be found Additions to the Penitentiary LixiMiTON Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fi ANKKoin Ky THINK OF A FINE Coiiie vouix-hiand ass EIHEl- - KAKiiAIN STOKE we can make you a sPE0lo0 foi - 01 0 C at price that our competitors can not reach Â¬ KV s Our il4 We have all the latest styles in stiff and soft Hats Dont ibuy a hat until yon can see our u Board l IEGEbDDPER of Trade and Blue Or 0 CSVanburejuxohgxess t HicUso soft and stiff Hats jWc have a large iwicm in The Big Store a yulk numt 1 i n Handkerchiefs Hosiery Suspenders Raughman of itoyle county will bring to the penitentiary John llamner who got two years for murder and George Jenkins and Andrew llennett who pleaded guilty to house breaking and got three years and one year respectively secretary Headley Before the tirand Jury FkaxkfoBT Ky Sept 30 Secretary of State Headley was summoned at noon to appear before the grand jury at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon It is supposed that his summons is for some purpose connected with the alleged Mason Foard Co check Trouble Aliout a Woman Adaiuvilie Ky Sept 30 Jess Chatman was shot and probably fatally wounded by Dan Kng both are well-to-dyoung farmers hitmans brother tired twice at King without ef- Â¬ fect The trouble is said to have arisen about a woman lrof Fellmer Ueaad Fkankfokt Ky Sept 31 Prof E A Fellmer for a long time assistant superintendent of the Kentucky geo logical survey died at his home in this city Sunday He was a vreli known scholar teacher and musician o Â¬ Sept 30 sheriff track but they were discovered by trsck walkers who with a pose gave chase Two men were captured one mile from the city They were brought A New Railway placed in jail They Beattyviue Ky Sent 26 The 10 tiiistocity and names give their refuse Lexington and Eastern railroad is now Tracedy at lirmtksv lie Ky surveying a new line or rather an ex In a luooKsviiiK Ky Bopt which aril p tention of their road the coal fields of Stursreon Tnis tight at Berlin Jasper sharp shot Geo EPIDEMICS will greatly benefit the country getting McClanahan and his wife badly wounding the former and instantly Von Mcknes in oodford County Than its fuel from this section For Many Years hilling the latter The trouble crew Fight Between Moonshiners and Officers out of an alleged intimacy between Versailles Ky Sept 28 The con- Lexington Ky Sept 26 A ter- Sharp and a daughter of McCanahan tiiued excessive hot and dry weather rible fight occurred in Leslie county Met a nahan and his ife were both has produced more sickness in this between United States Marshal lunch armed with knives and Sharp is dan- Â¬ county than in many yeirs Dcpnthe- and his deputy on one side and moonria in malignant form is epidemic along cut in several places Kentucky W C T V Thomas Wain gerously shiners on the other the Kentucky river six miles west of Ky Sept 24 The state The Hot Weather right a desperate character was There are eleven or twelve V Lexin ton omans thristian union will convene Danville Ky Sept 26 As an evi- here and two deaths have occurred killed the Cer tral Christian church dence of how hot it has really been in cases Stricken With Paralysis this week Lutie Dedman sued four- Â¬ here at Lexington Ky Sept 26 11 Ayres this county within the past week Maj teen daughter of Dixon Dedman and Tnursday and continue tiiree days Miss Elizabeth Greenwood national a Kayette county breeder who soid Gauit who lives near lerryviile Roe Manly acred six son of John of evangelical work Beuzetta 208 U to Peter Dura of New orought to the Advocate office in this Manly Rigid precautions have been superintendent York for 16000 was stricken with city an car of popcorn many grains taken and the doctors think the epi will be present as will also Mrs f which had actually been popped Stevenson George W Bait paralysis Wednesday afternoon his present Katherine noted workers while the ear was exposed on the demic will be confined to its and other left side only being affected narrow limits talk Frankfort Wants It do Not Accept Passes Colored School Building Burned Crushed to Death iy Sept 24 Krank Kkankkout Lexington Ky Sept 26 An ordi2S IncenVersailles Ky Sept Ky Sept 27 Taylor WiiiTESBfltti furt lodse No H has elected its deie nance has been passed by tne citv diaries set tire to the colored public to attend the annual meeting of council here prohibiting city officials Meadows 22 years of age while riding school building here eary Kriday lodge at Bowiin ireenlvy passes from the Elec on a log wagon was accidentally fron accepting morninjr by exploding powder under the grand 8 and instructed the dele thrown off and crushed todeath Thurs on October tric Street Car Co it The school building and a dwelling iay morning rit on by resolution to extend a cor Going to Arizona adjoining were compieti ly destroyed dial invitation to the grand lodge to Killed by a Itean- LanThe explosion was heard ail over the hold its next annual meeting in this Lancaster Sept 26 Kour of Kirkjano Ky Sept 27 The casters prominent merchants and two city Loss SS00 It is tioiignt the nre child of Mr and Mrs Levi is the result of a trouble in the school citv left here Wednesday af4ernoon farmers for Phoenix Ariz They expect to farm iritton who live here got a bean last week between the principal Prof and raise stock into its windpipe and died in a few Whitaker and a female teacher THE MARKETS ininutis Kentucky Tensions FIRE AND ACCIDENT iim isvati Sept ar Rohbed and Set on Fire Washing ton Sept Js The follow- Â¬ Ftouit Spring patent K40 360 spring Dwelling at Versailles Destroyed Nai a55ii7S spring family PaIis Ky Setit 27 Thursday morn- ing pensions were issued to Kentucky fancy 300 ii Stone While Driving- to the Fire Thrown ing at i oclock a Kentucky Midland people Reissue William Lusk Day- winter patent 0 330t3MI fancy 3u0ft3lj Fron His Boggy extra family KM tl ii4i ear It asied w ith fine merchandise was ton Campliell county John Kvans VrmmanxjDs Ky Sept 25 A Scho Wheat sales Sample red track 68 tc fire to It stood on a Jetts Creek Rreathitt William Shoe- Â¬ Cobn Sales No 2 mixed track 34Hc No situ- Â¬ robbed and set berths two story frame dwelling Midlands passenger 3 mixed track 333C near ated in the edge of Versailles caught siding which tne took tire The los- - maker Spa Logan Original Widows 22c do 2 mixed Oats Sales depot also Etc Sarah E Coleman Central City choice 224c No Nowhile track track No 3 tire from a defective flue and was de- Â¬ 2 244c will reach over 51000 Muhlenburg Caroline Steiner Belle white track 23c No 3 mixed track 20c stroyed The members of the family vue Campbell Sarah Lemaster Flat Cattle Fair to good shippers H25 000 were upstairs at the time and the roof Ihlffj Will he a Sale tlap Johnson Pernecia C Eist Lar choice butcbersM 40 4 75 medium butchers had burned through and was ready to 27 The stateLexixotox Ky Sept OUHglfs Louis- Â¬ 3504 35 commor good light eftOOc675 com Â¬ fall in before they knew of the fire ment that there would be no auction kin Christian Lydia Darker Calves Fair M ville U 1575 mon and large They had a narrow escape Most of sale of trotters at Lexington this fall St iinn to Death by ltee Hois ButcneisV 4 S4 30 packers I11S the contents of the lower floor was iE a mistake There are about 200 head common and ooU light HI0i425 7i Saiykkviiik Ky Sept 28 Judge saved The loss will be 3000 or more to be 6old during the trotting meeting William May of Floyd county died rough partially covered by insurance I aibs among- them being Constantine 2U Sheep Extras t3 00ta Sheep and from bee stings lit was hiving a od to choice 12 u it 2 30 common to Nat stone while driving to the fire and Utility 2144I I 7S 1AK1 lvtra 40 good swarm of bees when they covered his fair was thrown from his buggy on the common to fair I 50 choice 1325385 Bent on Suicide head stinging him in a thousand to3U0 corner of Main and Morgan streets Sept 27 Dr Met- - places His head and face was so RlCMMovii Kv Pittsburgh Sept 28 and was badly hurt The full extent alfe of Paint Lick attempted suicide swollen that the skin cracked and Cattle Receipts light 4prices unchanged Â¬ of his injuries is not known 40445 best York Hoos Prime medium Thursdav evening by taking one ounce blood poisoning set in killing him Typhoid Fever at Whitesbarg of laudanum but his wife saw him and He was about forty years old and ers rM 4 37S leavy grades 1415 42s roughs i30 WiiiTKsBi 10 Ky Sept 25 At least a doctor was called in to save his life ueep Supply light price unchanged has held many places of trust in his twenty persons are critically ill at this He says he will try it again New Yokk Sept 28 county Wheat No 2 ted October 648o1c Da place of typhoid fever and in the Charge His Wife Willi 1oisnnin 66 Hay It 71 Sc Given a Lift- - Sentence eember neighborhood at least 200 cases are reVanckhikg COM No RrssFiivniE Ky Sept IT Ia the Herel an aged Ky Septof 28 Peter October K I dull steady 3 September 3Tc ported Deaths are oceuring everyu Sc this city lierman 7te No 2 t larence Hart circuit court Thursday day and physicians are running day No 2 dull western 2330c October Heville was given a life sentence in was found in a helpless condition on Oats c Some of the most and night the street and has not recovered He Toledo O Sept 28 prominent persons in the county have the state penitentiary for the brutal accuses his wife of having poisoned Wheat No 2 red cash 8c December murder of Moliie McGuire his mis fallen victims to the disease within 3 red cash 66c nira and there are strong indications 0c No I mixed Reports just as tress in June MM No h the last two months that some one has given the old man SS mhnNo No yellow 35c ca No 33tLc 34c 3 do 2 do e bad reach here from surrounding counpoison There has been no investiga i HIS TWO WIVES is Nominal ties and general excitement prevails 40c tion yet made by the officials 4c No Kn So 2 cash Ill KFALo 3 do Y Sept 28 An Enoch Arden Story With Partitions N The Orphan lirigane Ihe Best Yearling onles from Vancehurjr Ky Not fun doing closing slow for tha Howling Jkkkn Ky ept 2s The W Cattle Lkxinotox Ky Sept fa The crack ek VAXCEniiio Ky Sept TI At Fair Yorkers H 50 1 6V pig- - 1445 season loomed upat the view a few years ago William Sargent Orphan Brigade received a warm wel Hois yeariingof the 0 roughs 6501380 and hea y Kentucky Association course Tuesday an aristocratic young man married come from the people of this city lien mediums M 3 so c losing Hrm I It is a bay colt by imp Chevalier out Rose Evans one of the prettiest girls Lewis was re elected president and Sheep and Lamb Demand fair for lambs Inter- slow for sheep Prices unchanged of a Hymyar mare and is the property in Eastern Kentucky and daughter of Thomas D Osborne secretary I H i aio Sept 2S of Ex Sheriff Ed Krazier In a trial Mrs Kate Evans a widow After a esting speeches were made and 90000 Calls on Decern ber wheat opened t64c of a mile he easily disposed few montns Sargent left for the west people were present at the barbecue hut price of the brother to Lehman and Simon Two years later reports came that he given at the lair grounds in nonor 01 at 61c tolast price 61e 64V- Pu is opened M and Charley Pattersons imp Or- Â¬ was dead The presumed uuiow marthe visitors I alls on May corn opened at 29c last price 0U0 Puts opened at iCsC der Victrine colt for which V the only Mother and Babe Fatally Hurt ried and a few days later Sargent req was refused in 011 Pinkviiik Ky Sept M - Mrs Abe notation turned Baltimore Sept 8 He acquiesced gracefully in the Blanton and her two children one a Flock -- Western super 62 3i25V do extra A I rn hlng to He Investigated 10 do arrangement and at once paid ardent baby in arms started to a neighbors 1260 2W 345 fari y 3 ln l 3 do winter wheats A four Vix Hester Ky 25 Sept 3 71 ji 00 390 do court to Miss Mary Evans a younger house on horseback On the road the patents f3 40 3tv spring straits weeks term of the circuit court began sister of Rosa and married her horse ran away and threw the mother Wheat No 2 r d spot September and Oc Â¬ here Monday with a large docket in 66c December 6H j8Bc All were tober 61 steamer and children to the ground cluding sixteen divorce cases Judge Again Sargent left for parts n Known No 2 red 62 V 63c Scott in his charge to the grand jury He was gone two years this time badly hurt and it is thought that the Mixed sKt K KMat September when a few months ago he was baby will die y spoke strongly of the necessity of inv bid yellow 3Se bid year 31 3lc January 33 His Ann An putated of the Negro reported killed in the Cuban war vestigating the lynching Oats No 2 white western 27a27sc No S IIavwiik Ivy Sept 28 John Van Koliert Haggard for an assault on Miss Thereupon Mary regarding herscif free married Charles Simpler Thurs cleave a young teamster fell across a mixed do 21Sc Indianapolis lnd Sept at Elkin some months ago day morning Sargent returned again Russells mill when Cattl Market dull and slow at Friday a aw at Cravens Howling Greens Gaest but this time he did not acquiesce He it was in motion Before he was res- quotations Ky Sept 25 Vice demanded Mary RissKiivniK Mary was willing cued his left arm was so badly cut that N lloos lood to rhoice medium and heay u44J mixed H 154 30 choice lights President Adlai Stevenson son and so was Simpler At noon Simpler left amputation near the shoulder was nec- Â¬ H30I4435 daughter arrived in Bowling Green for Portsmouth leaving Sargent in full essary Tuesday morning and are the guests possession of the field of Hon J A McKenzie and H H PotHalf a Century in One Office ter Mr Stevenson will deliver an ad Lexington Ky Sept Col Ren dress to the Orphans Brigade reunion C Allen for fifty years clerk of the which will be held there Thursday Mercer county circuit court died at Murderer Arrested Harrodsburg aged 85 his MoKeiiead Ky Sept 25 Thomas yearshome in He was probably the oldest Wm Greenwade colored who struck Johnson aged 19 on the head with a office holder in the stute He aud his lifth club Sunday at a Negro picnic at Pres- wife last May celebrated the sixUThree ton from the effects of which Johnson anniversary of their wedding died Monday evenine was arrested sons ana two daughters survive him Â¬ Me was the democratic nominee to suchere Tuesday by Marshal T A Day ceed himself as circuit elerk Turnpike Contractor Kills Himself Nearro Killed Fikminosiuro Ky Sept Mb Rice Lexington Kv 27 Sambo Mark well a turnpike contractor living near this place suicided Tuesday morning by shooting himself with a lie lived a few hours but revolver Ifve no reason for the act He was 45 years old and unmarried Snes for SIOOOO Damage nd Low Prices Our buyer lias returned from the Eastern markets Lexington- - Kv Sept 25 Suit for itter a prolonged Btaj in search of the beat values for the least money 10000 damages was filed here by tod feels satisfied thai never before has there lieeti such a wel assort A Woods of the Kentucky Bottling d stock of goods Wrought to this market bought for cash and to be works against J F Croghan as the re- old for the smallest profits ever known in thi history of the drv suit of an election tight Croghan struck Woods in the face destroying rade Space will not permit at to enumerate Let us av that e the sight of one eye uive nil the leading staples in Blankets Flannels Hoierv Gloves Arbor Day orsets fte for ladies misses and children altio Gentlemens Neck rov Frankfort Ky Sept 25 md Underwear Young has issued a proclamation des- Â¬ Our leaders for this season will be our Capet and Jackets for la ignating Nov 8 as Arbor Day and re- Â¬ questing that all school children be lies and misses in fur sad cloth all styles and all colors and for hss granted a holiday on that date in order Our novelty Dress Suitings Velvets and iioncy than ever before they might plant trees Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of this city by placing ties across Wednesday morning three miles north the Durham bull belonging to Peter Olden heimer a farmer living on Hoods Kim became enraged and after gor- Â¬ ing a horse to death attacked a in ran Oldenheimer Mr steer with a club and tried to drive the beast oT when it turned upon him and catchina- him with its horns thiew him over a high fence inflicting injuries The which will doubtless prove fatal brute then proceeded to demolish everything about the place but help was summoned and it was killed it men supposed 4x be Henry and Talt ham Hall who tre accused of the murder of Will Turner in Kloyd county One is about 5 ftet 8 inches high dark nrl ciin hlii eves black hair and brown mustache smaii scar on right cheek left leg teen broken and about The other is about 26 or 27 years oi feet 10 inches tall fair complexion blue eyes light hair brown mustache scar in back just above right hip aliout 24 or 2 years old Milliard tnie at Lexington Lexington Ky Sept 24 Another billiard tournament will be played here this week beginning Tuesday night Kifteen games will be played during the tournament three each nignt tne taoleR to be alternated The entries re as follows Charles and handicaps Bell 100 E T lade 100 Kre i Weihl 12i J Hub Prsther 120 W G Dun lap 120 Will Stelby 100 Â¬ L4N tetnaale ia OtTTM Lve RR KftVt Jaa It N I rtll HP Ki esa il n means so much more than hyou imagine serious and i t fatal diseases result irom trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures I greatest gift health r Poor Health Browns tnelnuatl fcn ass 819 ve Covington 048 a a ve Kslmouth Lve Cynthtan- a- 104 1118 rj Paris is 10 n n Arr bexliitoii iijj am lve Pa 755 P o3 ia 908 pm 950 pm 101 pni io 55 pm tas 1055 fm Lve Wl Arr Ri A1T Wl uio an 1130 prai 1055 a 11 pm 1143 p 115 p 142 p m p 310 p m 352 P m pi ps m m ni P lve Lve Lve Livings Lve Ixindon Lve Corliiri Lve Babrville Lve Fiievile Lv rr I j4i uo7 rr I oitnn Ive Miidleshh rr cuind 0111 Hp Oap 445 P m 445 P m 530 p ia 600 p ar 640 p m 45 a 105 a 175 a si7 a 310 a m m rti 310 a 352 a 430 a 1 m m m m Lve Williunisbg Arr Jellieo r Knvin 550 p 630 pi P 300 a m 358 am 415 a m Arr WaafoeH NORTH I rE SsJ No 2 Kx Sun If vouarefeelinr oat of sorts weak jf ana generally exhausted nei vou hae no appetite and cant work Â¬ BDINI Daily 1010 a 11 10 No 4 Dany ve Rnwianlw rr Kichtnonil 730 am Iron Bitters Neuralgia begin at once tak Â¬ ing the most relia Â¬ ble strengthening iredicmew htch is Brown s Iron Blt-t-A few bot Â¬ tles cure benefit conies from the very first dose ti wen t staii your M ittz- lve Kloxvillt lv Je Lve Whiiambg Air Corhin Lve CiimM liap h Lve Miirte t 7 7 pm pa ja pm oca 46 a t 9 T 8 - joi a a a x lvr fjVe pleasant anu ii a Like lu t Cures Liver and Dyspepsia Kidney Pmeville RarbVville Vrr CorMa Lv London rr LivniFtoi Lve I jViMMittl jo p 110 p 10 ioqi 1220 a a mppiti am 108 a 200 a m m 9 00 a 9 45 a it 4a m Ma lve Troubles Bad Blood Constipation Malaria tii Nervous ailments Womens complaints rr it lIMHi Lve RirhriHiiirL rr Winchester Lve Winchester Arr Puns lve Ijeztnsfon Lve Pat is Lve t yntl Lve Falmouth rr CinrimiHtt r BertvH 2i5 3 2 an am 12 25 05 n pm 620 a v q Get only the genuine it has crossed red lines on Use wrapier AW others aiesub- rere t ot 2c ummc sliut orld s i I le i Btautilul nl Fair TaWvaTJ and book free BROAN CHCMCAL CO BALIMOPE M0 1024 a m 1030 am 710 743 700 am 752 am 821 am 011 a m a am aa aa 339 am I a 3 00 p a a a IT 425 505 527 608 711 a 4 07P am a 31 t a m s of am 6 11 p 6 ao p a st to MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH KtilM Ex So Dally Â¬ rve JUCHMOND-STEAMI LAUNDRY WWVv PATRONIZE HOME m rr lirt mi Millernbur lariile Jolnisin e rcnnrl vi ktton 700 So3 a nt 8r j N r a m Mayville II 911 am - 1 INDUSTRIES Lve HOtNI Kx sm m Wurk iloiif prniptly ani a well as any other Lomdrv in the Country K Johnson 1nriisl Mayvllle MillerNbairc iV fu 6ao a Parte i fXinirtoit 1141 iiiicint or f reiilil ao a ni Â¬ tt ther inf awl Ticket ii PRICES NO HIGHER Stand by Home People and they will stand by you r B R m at K- - Â¬ Â¬ R N I R Â¬ 4 Â¬ - I w OUT OF TOWN WORK 1 lime Table No 24 In Ef Â¬ h ic TJ DH feet May 12 1895 J A CAST BO IM 1ST CLASS 2NPC N No x No a Ex Sun E Sua L Sun Ex Sun lo 27 ii ro 33 I 45 9M 13 02 12 14 12 17 12 30 6s 7 33 7 58 8 55 Â¬ Â¬ -- -- MYERS Proprietor ot Versailles Nicholasvrlle Valley View Richmond Umcn Â¬ 11 Â¬ The Kentucky Planing WIIOIK AI K il 3 JVIills Lumber v 12 Y p 12 50 1 OO 1 AM KKTMI DKAIKR IN faa Irvine 45 OO 2 3 oi Â¬ Â¬ l D1KIKS fr Hi 11 WEST BOUND fx Sun Ex Sun Es Sun Es Sun Irvine PinoU r m 15 T B IjIIMis Mill IIiIMS ltTII- IIMK CEMKNT SlllNil MR Â¬ Â¬ NEW GOODS DEALING KtC A Moberly Union Richmond Million Brarield 40 59 2 40 2 57 3o 3 35 4o 3 JO 18 4 30 5 00 5o 3 5 5 5 TQBAGCGO HOGSHEADS 13 25 SPECIALTY Valley View Nicholasville Versailles 6 05 6 20 6 34 6 58 7 45 00 30 57 5 35 Main Street ltn iimond Ky r m Â¬ FARM FOR SALE A valuable tract of land ntj miles Irom Richmond on the Union Citv Hike jon in the lands of WJ Collins and Wil Â¬ liam Kreich and part ot the P T Phelps in farm All in gras has been for a mini ber of tears Has the finest water on it Trains between Louisville and Versailles iaily Trains between Cincinnati and daily All trams connect with Southern Raah and from IomsviMe and with the C P to an nati You can spend tive hours in Louisville j hours in Cincinnati or 12 hour- - in Lexington and return to Richmond at 810 p m For through rates an1 other information apply to any ticket agent or adtlress C M BROWN fen1 Passenger Agt Ycrailes Ky W H ADAMS Superintendent the county neighborhood Close to churchrs and I mea schools business Addre s RICHARD COBB JR Danviile Kv ii- - Extra ftneed Excellent 1 1000000 People Wear COAL 11 WLDouglas Shoes HAND SEWED PROCESS Icuii Si Ci Dealers In -- tinn jrj n BEST IN THE WORLD 500 that Death of Judge Dabney H0PKINSVH1K Ky Sept 25 Judge James R Dabney a prominent memÂ¬ ber of the Hookinsville bar and a na- tive of Trigg county is dead after an illness of two weeks He was about 45 years old and leaves a family Lynrhinc Indictment Filed Awaay The Mt Stbbiino Ky Sept 2 indictment against Charles Shedd accused of being one of the mob that lynched Thomas Blair has been Bled away the commonwealth feeling that it could not make a case Â¬ Nickerson Um colored woman charged ill with the murder of her paramour Morris was tried Thursday afternoon The jury amended the charge to manslaughter and gave her tnirty days in jail She threw a lighted lamp at Morris and he died from the severe burns Noted Horses Lexington Ky w Â¬ Trimmings demand your special attention They are new stylish andsome and cheap Table Linens Nap ins and Towels in endless varieti SPECIAL To cash purchaser we will give a handsome clock as a premium when the purchases amount to 26 or over Examine the clocks they are durable ornamented and warranted to keep cor- Â¬ rect time 400 350 J2 50 For Men IibJ r rSf Poc iii- m mntsarlsa as 5300 Office on Irvine BEATTYVILLE AND SOUTHERN KY COALS 250 OPPOSITE THE 200 New Opera House 1T5 market WHY Bl I street For Bqts ailYoitlis Lowest prices guaranteed on application and will compete with any coal in the Wear W- - 1 ill lie There 208 Page Fall Catalogue Underwear Neck Wear Collar and Cutis Shirt Jewelry Shoe Polish and A Heavy Yoke of Oxen Ky Sept 30 Elder lEXisoioN Abram Kulp of Mercer county killed a yoke of oxen for beeves that weighed This is the closest ap- Â¬ 4S30 pounds proach to the 5000 pound mark yet reached in this section A Distiller leases Ills Hand Sept 30 WimhtMU lie Ky Sept 27 Kobert J Joe 1atchcn and John K Gentry are among the entries in the Two Dioceses pacing race here October 9 since Rob LotisviLLE Ky Sept 35 The Epis- ert J has defeated Joe iatchen and copal Church of Kentucky has been di John K Gentry twice each and Gentry vided into two dioceses The plan has has beaten Joe latchen twice tne been talked of for many years but no Lexington race will be an interesting otfe seriously thought that the division one would really be made soon on m t liarjrt- free-for-all White o B Gibson Look shoes snd IVsaaa All Mtjrir snd paalr sV34 IJO 1 k IIMIkaother las satsasasajtIntne ather hss increasetl the pr ee of quality and prices of makes tbe-- jsaw W I DaSMsrlm aavas- aTake no substitute t i ttial name and price is stamped on sole W I IXJUatlaua UkijcxTos Mass Sold Dy sste ii t -- rensl - AIM afaSEMAN Elclimoai Ky CHEAP LL Hon IO5T IN QUANTITY Â¬ gOME BARGAINS FOR YOU Look At KLNTUCKWATTS Y- COAL Look E1E9Y KY FOR CO Handsomely illustrated and filled from beginning to end with best selections from our immense stocks will be sent promptly on application Over owe hy lemt- WHiTEsnfRGKy Sept 25 A whisky rasjaMaf Owingsviile Arrested of SInraler 27 Ky Blacking Childrens School Shoes a specialty Give us a call and FREE Whtn sending for it mention this Souse -- Ls for Sale m Primely re convinced that we have the latest stles and IoW08t - A rll nroiawtT OT iiou- - Ker outbuidincs S re idrii Lot ooxlqo New 2ft house with cellar bati room mate 1 and al modern improvement rd pruteH ITlCCS Ciern N Wallace 3 k Ms PATT1E STEPHENSON named John Wausworlh from Webb of the Webb disfllery had the Louisville was taken suddenly ill near misfortune of getting his left hand cut here Tuesday from excessive heat off in a cider mill here aturday He The phys cians say he can not live any is well known all over the state also length of time A liiwam Freak in Cincinnati Ky VanEHCRj Sept 25 Peter Asitatssiiaaated Oatlw living- near here owns a lamb Ky Sept 20 News Stam two distinct months and tongues WiiiTKsniiH with has been received here from Cumber- and seven legs and feet of uniform land mountain- - liuchanin county lengtu Kid Larsons a West Virginia that desperate mountain touch uesperado SENSATIONAL SUIT ana outlaw who has killed a score of inpmnj was assassinated on a rough A Widow Sued by sua Insurance men Thsat Believes Her lltisbiantl Snlrlded mountain rood near Grundy Iiiankkokt Ky siept 6 A secsa His Neck Fell auad was filed here Wednesday Lexingtos Ky Sept Stt The dead tional suit before Commissioner Chinn in the ly- Â¬ body of J B Walters was found United States court by Judge Jere ing on the turnpike a few miles from Morton of Lexington The suit is airainst Mrs Mary R Welch wife of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder popular uiy weicn uexuuu Worlds Fair Highest Award official who wu drowned in the reser- BM J Â¬ Greenwade colored of Montgomery county was arrested here Thursday on the charjre of muriier Greeiiuaae and Uichard Johnson quarreled over some money and Greenwade struck Jounson with a club and it is claimed caused his death Sept Tom E the following Specialties 25 Harrows for 20 Farm Wagons Cheap Cider Mills Cheap Cane Hills Cheap Evaporators Cheap RICHMOND Positive Cure Liquor Morphine When ton can get a better article for the same monev I am offering ihe BE--in the market at the same price you would have to pay to other dealers for inferior cheap coal A UM 3 -- G A R I PiOPLE TERRORIZED User c ltrc m a pearance of a wild beast in that te ntory Mrs Powell Wright of near Riraijon was in town Friday aft- rnoon and sas that about 5 oclock Tuesday evening she started for a strip of woods near laor house for a cow when the strange animal came out of d croMed tfi M pirt of this county and northern pirt of Moriran county over the lenient prevails Wild Ieast in Kentucky That Looks Iike a ouitr I ion MoiiKiitAD Ky ureat ex Feed Cotters Cheap Wheat I rills Cheap Corn Huskers Cheap Fodder Shredders Cheap Hay Presses Cheap Oliver Plows Cheap Cook Stoves Cheap Steel Ranges Cheap Eveiy thing Cheap At SHACKELFORD Cocaine Tobacco Habits CURES GUARANTEED full particulars address For T H s Office and yard corner Mdii and B stret ts only one square trom the Court 4 BEST IN QUALIT spi in the southern S N O R F B STEPHENSON WORMS WHITES CREM I Manager liiwy Stakls or Y O U lu Prime GENTRYS Richmond Ky 37 3 j I wish to sell privately mv new brick liverv stable same square and near Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky Pouession given January i 896 - VERMIFUGE FOR YEARS EVERY Has led all WORM Remedies amaaasiM t0 i WSDUNCAN mu bt a BOTTLE SUARMTEED 1 1 Tiii fcitiiarm a nw iiMLlMMTMTBT iriiniiM m liMWiyillMIMIf flHflllaBBflBflflfi