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D a fH RICHMOND 1 TO ft 1 THE NEW WOMAN ISA1 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 1895 liams LL 6 NUMBER 18 VOLUME IX MY EVENING MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY m hicli are in their nature advisory to the next national convention But a State convention is not invented with the au thority to overrule alter or set aside th platform of the laM pr vedin K national You define here trulv ami convention fairly the limited functions of a Stalt convention Its utterances upon nation al concerns are not and can not be mandatory It is only advisory and all advice 1 submit may be and generalh is disregarded witliout taising an question of treachery or insubordination There is a third consideration which must not be overlooked If as yon declare no sound moaey Democrat can support Hardin except ai the sacrifice ot his principles does it not follow that free- silver Democrats can not vote for our other nominees all of whom I believe are understood to be for sound money except at the sacrifice of their principles There deluded gentlemen wejnuist con cede are as honest as we they are M much entitled to their opinions as we they are as free to hold them as Democrats as we and tbev are doubtless as disinclined to surrender principle as we Is not your dictum therefore an invitation or rather a direct challenge to tbee thousands of loval Democrats and honorable men to scratch Tvler and Norman and Hendricks and the rest as you propose to A pretty campaign scratch Hardin truly yon have here laid out my dear General and a pretty ending to it may be expected Mounted on that most majestic ami mettlesome bol bv horse of yours you are apparently engaged in marshaling in hostile lines the two grand divisions of our party and in setting them against each Other brothers and comrades all in a fight to the death over a punctilio while the common enemv ably and resolutelv led carries off and loots the undefended Commonwealth I will not believe that you car on the sob r second thought sanction or advise so preposterous a plan of battle Let me suppose sir that the Louis ville convention bad given you the nom nation for Governor and indeed thev could hardlv have done a wiser thing what would have been your attitude toward our free silver people Would vou have told them that you were a gold hug and that they were humhugs who coud not be permitted t vote for you without a change of heart or a loss of self respect r would you not rather have said only much more effectively than I can say it for you that we are all Democrats agreed upon every issue but one that that one has no place or relev ancv in a content for a State office that it was an issue only pertinent or important in a national contest and only cognizable by a national convention that next year and at that great assize you meant man fullv to do your best to have this issue determined your wav while they w ere free- to do their best to have it decided their way but that in the meanwhile greater heeause cioser and nearer ques tions were pressing for immediate settle meat party autonomy and the prater ration of supreme dominion in Kentucky to Kentuckys natural and rightful rulers Surelv there would have been no other thought or command or invocation on your part than to close ranks dress to the right and march forward If von in the event supposed could with pn prietv and honor and indeed must have taken this course why may not en Hardin be allowed and expected to do the same For the rest not to prolong an already lengthy letter you and I know the head of our ticket to be a true man loval courageous and capable We know that for twenty years of brilliant political faithfully for every hold aud has fought I011 always w Here the light was the fiercest and our line the weakest The sin of in- gratitude at east shall not rest upon my soul Neither can I believe as reluct antly as I differ from vou that a sound money Democrat jeopardizes his princi- Â¬ ples or soils his honor in supporting Hardin On the contrary it is my judgment that a Democrat who refuses to vote at all tamely surrenders his highest civic privilege and that a Democrat who votes against Hardin distinctly sacrifices his principle to gratify his spleen Yours very sincerely W c Wkuh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - DRIVE ancrster P M Hill S Sminlfon One cening while and I were out driving We nude our way eVnra the Une W here we met with quite an adventure M 1 wanted to go tack aam pre nearing the entrance ha w Bd with jtiite a surprise There m i hi fitful aideM I ever ehcld with my eyes I a h wishrd me to enter the little MiM And turned llihinond Young Jf anl irin8tead Providenc DISCUSSED G W PtdMftti Carrier J Kagan College Hill W F Wvatt Somerset W Arnold I N Sll Sujv Mooreiand laon Point Bnmaide Ta be supplied Asbury Collepe J W Hughe Mmni inmwi a DnrraicT HO Mooke PaantDUKJ it unii tnc a glance and sweetly smiled ht I what irrrs f Eider C Midilieslorough and Pineville Boswell E KNOWLEDGE Brinks comfort and improvement and personal enjoyment when The many who live bet- r than others and enjoy life more with niiture by more promptly - best products to - cal being will attest of the J ire liquid i P And liondon J R Peeples -- Then w a i I rrap of iiiu the refreshing and truly rties of a rfect lax ctnally cleansing the system Is headaches and tly curing constipation faction to millions and with the approval of the Medical u it acts oil the Kii- nek without wiik it - jn rfectly bee from -I i- frin t ue to its presenting acceptable ami pleas I embraced in the said yet tis true utnnut smile And That is with you spoke-- ofiocand of joy in the future Hut iiy heart sank when thus she did say hear my fellow just on the mitside id you good day Ken t ckv Bill I e lis tut to t das the my love Supy Barbonrerille JJ Dickey lid s J II Wilson mc another Wiiiteburg and Hindmau CONFKRKNCK rap f ir-il Ii by r hut it is rnia Fig Syrup in ted on every Syrup of Figs informed yon will not stitute if kffcrnd BRIDCEFORDS ECONOMIST RANGE Til KM EXAMINE THEM THEM IlRi mask 3 w SOLD IN ee 1 RICHMOND CLiMSMIi W SMITH jTaBLERS BUCK EYE OINTMENT CURES A II - NOTHING BUT PILES- - and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES t SURE hneti by nSAirsai BOE1t BT A II DBlCfilSTI irxt t loot TAYLOR BROS Dealers in HAR D W MR FRMERS Call on us for Agricultural II F A large stock kept constantly on hand Im- - kind- - BUILDERS We keep in stock the hardware one even thing in tht jou need We make specialties of TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING THE MOST AMAZING BARGAINS YXYM oFKFRKD THE SHOPPINGPOBLIG It Speeker Brnes whoessde stock bought i till de 8000 MGOlal Dress Goods nM at almost nothing The ami most complete CLOTHJHG 8 rn in Richmond all com liie of at prices far iMnt boy a our p ntil you learn New Kort Store M K Moorebead Jas E Wright Frenchhiirg J R Wood After being in session since Wednes West Liberty J W Hunter day the seven v fi ft h annual meeting of Hazard and Hyden To Ih mpplitd by the Kentucky Conference closed Tues J L Si am per day afternoon to uieet next Septt saber Clay City D P Ware Winchester with the church at Somerset The clos- Democrat ing hours were devoted to the transac- Â¬ tion of routine business A resolution OPEN LETTISH FROM nov W G was adopted bv a rising vote thanking WELCH To MR M our people for their generous hospitality ATHERTON and the churches for the u e of their buildings A new feature was the instiStnkoki Kv Oct 2 i tution of a society tor the immediate re I read with lively My Ieir Atherton lief of preichers when nece sarv It is interest your opm letter to Jen P Wat of a purely mutual character each pay Hardin published September L May 8 ing tixci am unit under favor of a long jind unbroken A communication was read from Mr Cole of Cincinnati in which he offered friendship and witliout being susjieeted the Conference a twenty thousand dol Â¬ of nfficions intermeddling offer a ronrt lar hotel at Point Bnmaide Kv for edu eona dissent to certain conclusions von cational puroses for live vears free of announce in that li ttr Let me promise that I agree with vou ith the option of purchasing it at I Ixv Epilation of that time for five thous fullv on the currency question lieve as you d that there can be but and dollars tpointmenta given lelow areas one standard for the measurement of natwfarton hs they ceakl probably have values and that that one should be the best and most stable and this belief 1ms been made been strengthened and confirmed by re1 1vno li MNoloN IhwnucT cent studv ol your admirablv lucid and Iexington W T bulling convincing treaties on The Fallacies of Epworth tharge and Mission O liog Free Silver I go further with you and hold it as beyond rational question K H Baifd that the State Convention whose com Pane T W ftatta mission Jen Hardin holdsunmistakablv kfort F s Poilirt displayed an overwhelming sentiment raailh s J O A Vauglit against the free coinage of silver It is I ieoigetow n li ani Mlei true also that Gen Hardin goaded to it Winco ater -- H Hendereon I suspect by thesomewhatdictatorial dog Mt Sterling CJ Nugent matism of certain of our newspapers has Old Fort W Chamberlain unwiselv and unnecessarily I grant yon John- advocated as a nominee of that conirearr lick ani Mt Zion J SJ ill vention and with characteristic ardor North Middletown F A Savage and audacity the very heresv against Hinton A Boild which it undertook to pronounce Mt Hope I II Williams Does it follow however either ot ne M Humphrev New t olnmlme cessity or at all that as you pat it no Swallowfield Missm K I Trimble sound money Democrat can vote for agent American Bible Society Geo Gen Hardin without surrendering bis 8 Savage convictions It is a question of no little Kentucky Weslevan College K H moment to me as a voter and thousands of others in Kentucky Pearce President In answering it DiarmcT II P Waikek P K to and for myself I have not underesti ovinoion mated the force of much that you say C vingtoii scott street i H Means nor have I been freer than you from the Covington 11th street J WMitchnatural impatience one feels on being ell disappointed in a reasonable expectation Sen port E H I Mann yet my answer is diametricallv opposed to Highland W A Cooper yours Iet me give briefly the renpona Augusta ami Footer W F Moorea whirh have led me to this conclusion W California iarduer J They mav possibly lje a help not to you Minor and F T M Intvre Supernumer Â¬ I fear w ho were ever the hardest headed aries of mortals but to others who stand halt Visalia ami lndepemlance J J Walking betwixt the d1 of Republican dom er ination and the deep sea of unlimited Falmouth T F Taliaferro cheap silver Carrol Wow ft Miner In the first plate I maintain that the Petersburg J T Fizer Louisville convention dhl not intend by Morning View L i Wallace its nomination of Gen Hardin to imnose W M Bhoeaarith WarKiw upon him the doty of advocating the Pr Hksville V Doran gold standard or the degradation of re- Walton -- T H Moffinan T M Buf canting his own views on this question ington and 1 E liedinger Suernum These views were well known to the coat erar vention and to the people He was nom Cynthiana K I Sotithgate inated in spite of them or rather with a Williamstown J W Booker w ise indifference to them They had no Bracken Misson To Ijc supplied by earthly relevancy to the place he sought I Kenaker and the question was itself a purely Oidville W T Benton national one which had not been passed Kelat W W Creer iiion by either of the national conven t High Shool T J Dodd tions of course I leave out of considerM Matbowa Verona ation the fantastic utterances of the PopSiiiiiiv niK Reeves P K ulists It is truethe National Democratic Convention of lsoi had voted down a Shelbyville J R Savage resolution favoring the free coinage of Hjinpaonville T J Mclntyre silver Witblike unanimity and promptiTayloivile T IGodby tude that convention would have voted mifield I B Cooper down a resolution favoring a gold stand Newcastle W W Spates ard Notoriously lx tb of the parties which Port Royal U Boswell are to be taken seriously in this country Campltellsburg H C Wright have so far failed or feared to take po Bedford G W Crutchfield sition on this ouestion It was therefore W H Winter Milton in June last and it is now as a party Prestonsville B K Muse question an open question and Ia range Ceo Froh as to be such libertreated Kurnence F KStruve Beard- P Strotber ally and tolerantly The State Conven tion must in common justice to it be ur ville-W T Rolaud Chrisiians uiig o Chandler ini lerstood as merely declaring the pre- vailing alistract sentiment on an issue Ctey Villag- e- W H H Dietzeer prematurely thrust upon a tribunal wifh- tiraz J w Cnatoa out authorativo jurisdiction and then as Polgrove J M Johnson W T Poynter e Hill School saying to Gen Hardin and to its other nominees whose views on this subject Principal neither to have been known nor V Robinson D tfAVaruxa Duanarr inquired about We do not require or Paaatnum Eideb expert you to change your opinions Maysville J S Simms touching the currency as you might Fast M svilie L Robinson change your coat We indorse you to Millersburg W M Britt the parly on all national questions which V Hiner M KlemingKburg are closed questions on which issue has Tilt n and Septan M s Clark been tendered and joined We especially Hillebora F C Savage accredit you as in touch and sympathy rangeburg- - P 1 Ram Sbarpsburg and Bethel W T Chand- with the party in respect of State and local policies Above all we commend ler yoji as fit representatives of the Deqjocrat Carlisle C F Oney lc party in the one tremendous issue of wiugeville W I Welburn the pending election whether the do- Salt Weil J ft Nelson meslic affairs of a great State affairs anceburg E E Holmes nearest of all to the heart of its citizens Mt Olivet W A Papa the making and administration of its J D Redd Shannon and Sardis laws the assessment collection and disUermantown T B Cook bursement of its revenues the control Tollesboio S HPollitt of its schools and charitable and penal Doror M P Morgan institutions shall be taken from that Msjreriehl R H Wightman party which mainly represents its intelliRuddles Mill and Mt Carta J W gence and conscience and which mainly Harrk pays its taxes and turned over to the Kinney Mission Ed Allen Repablicans and to a fate which the his- Millersburg Female College C Pope tory of similar experiments in the Sooth WF Vakhn does not leave in doubt iE 1iskiot I mi an Fluee In the second place the June conven- Danville W F Taylor tion bad no j wer to impose such con- Harrodsburg J R Deering ditions on its nominees even if it had de Nichoiasville Julius E Wright sire to do so It bad not a jot of author- lerryville E II Crodby ity to declare or define any new party Mack vide S W Peeptes An attempt to do an policy or principal Chaplin W T Eklar would as the lawyers say be ultra vires E A MeClure Iawreneeburg and binding on no one You sav as much A State Salt River WJ Clark in your letter when you say B F Go Salviea conveiilioi may with propriety adopt itioiis which approve the Wilmore J A Sawyer -- A IV Jk 1 resolutions tional platform Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ APPOINTMENTS FULL IN Preachersville W S Pine Hill Mission G i Ragan Jackson am Beattvville C H Creer East Bernsladt W B Ragan Irvine F B few Campton and Hazel Creeu J L West Chas Clay Shelhy The meaning of the latter day gospel of womans emancipation is the repudiation of the ways that men and women have hitherto trod together and it sug gests a departure on the part of oar ail tets along independent lines The sig nirieanee of the amelioration of the condition as pronounced in a larger liberty for woman has a motive that lies hack of the common appreciation of the crusade it is the protest of the unmarried wo men who have never had any ways to depart from and who seek to show that those who have traversed a common way are altogether mistaken These man led women are in error according to this intelligent authority because they have followed man led ways By this same respectful authority a woman blazed way would be a better thing for societv and the race More particularly it would be a better thing for the women who do not get married It may be observed in passing that the ladies who dont gal married are the most earnest advocates of this parting of the ways Theoreticallv thev are right They have never been initiated into the mys teries of the martial relation where the imperfections of men are transmuted by love into perfections They do no know of that mutual concession and consideration of weakness that abide in the eionomy of people who get married They do not know what sost of alchemist love may he drawing from the common est ore the purest gold These most es timable ladies are without a client save the unmarried or loveless married The first of these wants a parting of the ways in nehalf of the sex tile second in her own behalf And why Because the first has no man to lead and the second baa a man Let us give a fair that is repudiated picture of these two conditions that dominate the revolt of women Unmarried and thedisconted married one The first does not know what she is talking about the second has given a pledge witliout any adequate return The first wants to dominate things because she has nothing else to do the second waits to rule because she finds in her married life no compensation for the renunciation of the woman led way But there is another factor which en- Â¬ ters into the analysis and determination oHhis parting of the ways There comes here the testimony of the happy wife and another who lifts her eyes as she lifts her voice and questions Why That wife and mother disputes the parting of the ways she insists upon a united Star whatever the argument to the contrary She thinks that she is competent to decide when she pronoun ces aftei experience for the marital and the man led away which is first and last the way of social direction BnppOQB tor a moment that wo should renounce those doctrines of sweet womanly domination in onr homes and tnru things over to the advocate of Womans Rights What would Become of us We would meet the parting of the ways with more women than men in sack cloth and ashes The ways must not be parted Na tuie and common sense forbid the departure Unmarried and unhappily mar ried women may protest against the eon junction ol ways but in the providence of God these ways live on and make for the advancement and oenefience of the race Meridian News Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Go t Report RoYal Kn asassa A ABSOLUTELY PURE m m is at home With th Boston literary field is gleaned by Mr Dole Gotham is done by Walter T Edwards Selections from The Stork Mnnro Letters by A Conaa Doyle About Paris bv Richard Hard ing Davis From tne Memoirs of a Min ister of France by Stanley J W ll mail find place among the illustrations from the news books Reviews notes poetry and other miscellany go to make up an D Books the TO YOUNG WIVES OF MOTHER AND CHILO WE OFFER A REMEDY WHICH INSURES SAFETY TO LIFE attractive number Wanamaker Iror MARY Mothers Friend ROBS CONFINEMENT OF ITS PAIN HORROR ANO RISK Philadelphia John m PERTINENT REMARKS BY MER MADISON MAN FOR FLORIDA ANDERSONS GRAPHY Al 1oBIo- - NEW YORK FASHION LETTER IistiktJ Â¬ Â¬ FRENCH ROADs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ Â¬ There are five classes of roads known as national depait mental grand communication common interest and ordinary vicinal The first are those magnificent broad highways made and kept in order by the central government Most of them old some older than the monar chy itself They were the great military and diligence routes before the creation of the railroads They are of little ac count in this studv Villi because ot their antiquity and because the people of Tarn had scarcely anything to do with their construction Only five of them erom the department two hundred miles of this sort of road lying within its boundaries The next most important category of highways are departmental roads which are to the Tarn what the national roads are to France Therejare thirty of them five huudred and sixty miles in length and they were built and are kept in order with the funds of the whole department The remaining classes grand communication common interest and ordi n irv vicinal whose nature is pretty well explained by their nomenclatur- eare to day officially designated by the onfe name vicinal roads They are to be counted by scores and measured by hundreds of miles They are chiefly the wrk of the communes or towns and villages and so are more interesting to us Theodore Stanton in October Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lappincotts THE LADIES HOME JOURNAL IN YFXfS What is generally conceded in Phila delphia to be one of the most desirable building fsites in the city has jnst been purchased by The Ladies Home Journal The property is located at Sixth and Wal nut streets which means that it fronts on two of the most beautiful squares in Philadelphia the famous Independence Square on the east and Washington Square on the south The land acquired includes five properties On May lsfnext the house thereon will be torn down to make room for a building costing 000 to be solely owned and exclusively cupied by the Journal The building will require two years in ite construction Â¬ i - Stylish costumes of mohair and apaca are made with jauntv blazers trimmed with bands of material covered with machine stitching Camel ion silk blouse fronts fiuish prettily these gowns The skirt is six yards wide and is ornamented with stitched bands The new sleeves are all tight on the fore ann and above are one or two immense pnfls or thev are the regulation gigot Caps and all trimmings which lengthen the shoulder are very popular Combinations in color will qe used to a great extent for evening toilettes Plain satins are employed for revets Marie Antoinette fichus and other such trimmings combined with velvet of several shades Apropos of colors the blended cameleon is a popular novelty Framboise or raspberiv red prunell purple and scabieuse together with Dahlia an Periwinkle shades Prei and Mordore A new brown are the leading novelties blue is Bengal The earliest autumn hats are of the fancy dark straws In these new shades thev are trimmed more or less with rosettes and bows of velvet mingled with fanciful birds Creped gauses are very fashionable for evening dresses Very charming effectsare given them by Persian coloring The effect of tucks is seen bv many Iarge plaids are used as well as flowers and polka dots A noveltv for fancy evening waists is a mousseline de soie with charming de signs in open work embroidery while mousseline de soie is almost covered with colored embroidered flowers A novelty in skirls is a pretty coat front of Louis NYl period This style requires a sleeve which is in character with the models of that period but for the present the large sleeves will continue to be pop- Â¬ ular In the new Fashion Magazines published bv A Mclowell It Co 4 West 14th Street New York one sees a large variety of the latest styles which are introduced for the coming season In looking ovtr such a collection of beau tiful models comes a desire to be able to cut and make them The McDowell schools for dress cutting are the largest and most practical in the country In the finishing school a dress may be cut and made while learning The proof of the superiority of these schools and the method of cutting which they teach is found in the fact that the McDowell Drafting Machine is now acknowledged to be the standard system of dress cutting It offers the simplest method to learn the most rapid to use and a perfect tit for all forms This machine has received the two highest rewards at the Worlds Columbian Exposition as the most perfect in existence Â¬ Â¬ H0R C KS FOR FRANCE Hamlin will ship about thirty head of Yillage Farm horses to France some time in November The string will include such cracks as Robert Fat right I fcOIJ Sighting They will be in charge of FA Geers who will undoubt edly win some of the lmg distanee across the water News keep the hair a natur 1 Â¬ J Mrs De Navarro Mary Andersoi Boiivak Mo Sept J1 Tiie teachers examinations this year Sent by express or mail on receipt of pnc r 100 Book -- TO MOTH Flitor of The Climax were very severe and many failed Mr now completed the autobiography of her mailetl pfree bottlt stage career and a series of the most inW VSheals the State Superintendent A short time ago looking Fastward to Biainnn RKcritrou atusti my old native State I had good reason is criticised and not only school teachers teresting chapters from the manuscript SOLD BT AXI DRUGGISTS will be printed in The Indies Home officers and the disappointed applicants to fear that it would be lost tothe Dem In these articles Mrs De Naocratic patty e auseof factional diffaren- - but the slate press have taken up the Journal its over a puielv economical qneation I complaint and n brother Sheats is hu varro will tell of her first appearance 00 Oi his ears must tingle involving no great fundamental priucipe For myself the stage the experience of her theatrithat might effect our liberty or lend to a thought the test preltv severe stiil I cal life and the famous people in Amercame off with first class credentials and a ica and England whose acquaintance she change in om form of government made The Journal will begin the auto The outlook looks better now Am I fever whi h lasted nearlv a week The Cuban patriots in this State are biography in an earlv issue I lnqie so right As has been sugges Cuba liler seems to he ted there is not em ngh room in Ken enthusiasic The Darlington Wis Journal sv tucky for two Democratic paTties so let an actual possibility the Spanish press all gtt together This free silver wave concede much that the patriots declare itoriallv of a popuUr patent medicine We know trom experience that Cham- sweeping down from the silver laden shows Spanish despair On the other onc vnoiera ana IJarrLia mountains of the West threatens every-Â¬ hand the Spanish Consul Senor Sobs of Knaiii i thing before it From crankv Kansas it Key West says the insurrectionists aie Remedy is ail that is claimed lor it a- - or it stopped excuciatrg two occnti rolled over Missouri with the Dema carrying on only a bushwhacking war and now that the equinox is passed pains and possibly saved us from an ungogues and nfftre seeking politicians on aLetter From Prof Hilton We would not rest easy iti crest and is not only demoral the Authorities will rapidly put them timeiv grave over night without it in the house From indications he is mistaken Ihs izingthe Democratic patty but is exer down Elliott remedy undoubtedly saves more pain and cising a bewildering influence among the or mis stating fads To those who patronize the Plant Sys suffering than any other medicine in the Some of our atnyed off Republicans Every family sboold keep it in tem lb tels it mav he inter- - sting to know world Democratic friends are opening their eves laiii aster Kv April H King the general manager the hou e for it is sure to be needed itooner to their mistake but pride of opion hoids that Mr Pro U Waldi oj For sale by Flngans Pharmacy of those n the west coast has resigned or later back an honest confession and they only Ij Kirksvihope for a chance to DOOM down grace- and Mr D P Hathaway who has been I take pleasure in re Dear Sir fully and without being hurt Some still connected with the Seminole will he in Louisville Tobacco Market eiiiiinieiiiling to you as a teacher tor cling to their idol became they honestly charge of the Tampa Bav Hotel the fin- By loer A Durrelt Louisville Tobacco next year Prof V II Pong Warp House believe in and worship it Others have est hostlery on the western continent lie came to am with stro The fourth fire in eighteen days has been built upon it and it is the foundation up Sales on our market for the week iiist nmiiials from the Faculty t K on which thev must stand or fall and ue kindled coder the building occupied by losed amount to Jsj3 lih is with receipts tuekv Iniverwity as to his ed ileal cannot blame them for their desperate tle Tampa Bay Daily and Weekly Times for the same period fjft huls Sales on ami moral characti struggle to keep it in place The ma ses Incendicy of course and the culprit our market ince lanuarv 1st amount to IIhas been I think Sales ol tne crop ot 14877s hhds here have heard but little except the spotted lions in the discharge of his on our market to this date amount to The Cuban Insurrection lias driven 14s silver side of the question and as a con hhd- - of hurley tobacco the marduties think vou will find him free silveriu s many planter to turn their attention to ket remaining steady aiui arm but we coiiiHtent and gentle mat sequence are mostly it When the Bound monev side is discussed Floridaasa place likelv suited tGarodoc- - had do advance in values except for high should employ him and understood there will be a change ing the etact quality of tobacco leqiired lesi ttiillv ve an have earnest made and most of those who have gone off will-- lor thc4hne grades of Cuban cigars I cflort to get lull and accurate infortna MILTON ELLIOTT I tion regarding the extent ot damage to the comeback to the ld Democratic fold hear there are several here now pros ing in Polk aud HdWwro counties and tobacco crop b the recent frost anil while a few will go Into the third party Our reports are verv numerou- Duplicate GREEK mostly useful for trading purposes Thiohy aay of contrast a gentleman from Irteze tVoiri the various tobacco producing Connecticut is here for the same purpose lions oft hi and adjoining States but it is Mr C II Ioagv has thl tidal wave going East crossed the Misshis coarse in Kentucky I iippi and it is to be hoped will find its AORussell president of the com difficult toesthrcic the percentage o m because maintained a high standing for break waters in Kentucky astheKnow pany which prints all the playing cauls a- - applied the amount of tobacco on the hill at the noibing party did in Virginia There is used in the United States owns a tract time of the Iro t raried vastly in different scholarship m his no reason why the Democratic In some hurley counties no illlct has leen party of land in Brevard county which is on localities reproacha doubt more than one f urth ol the ciop Hi has shown peclal should divide on this question and give east coast This land is now untillable st III and only needs draining to become the was caught while in other cc antics the laitiniaires and stai the victory to the Repuhiicans the percentage uncut a- - la mail to be im best Surely the Democrats of Kentucky are finest of garden land Now R npropoard portant The Mason County section and students in laujrua I Mr Wiiiis Rissell a son of the upper Bluegrass counties to do this regard him especially well qualnot so daaed with this bright idea together with some ol tie counties further down ified I teach glea nine from its mountain home as to A o is here trying to effort arrangeand i iriek and Lati tamely and Blindly pass under the Re ments with one of our dredging compa on the Ohio rivr most the Hart countv ocality suffered wlre leat I nies whereby th necessary canals may damage to burley was in the tier the count boW pub ian yoke tn eiiiifhlcnt t I11t he of it is estimated t4 ies between Louisville and Lexington himself an apt teacher in lite high What is there in it any wav If the be made of which miles will be required This is an enormAlter a cirelui review of the whole silua er department- - t instructions Mr fiat theory is right and value has notii it conservative to estimate is a member id the pr ing to do with money onr free silver ous undertaking vet such has been and lion we deem that approximate Ij per cent ot Ihe en friends are but half right if it is wrong will again be done The area drained tiie burley crop was caught on the hh Senior will be llolKKl acres CHAS LOUIS LOOS wrong and its destruction they are much practically comthat I picked up these names from the local As rear Is tl e dark crop the Prof of ireek and Pres K plete If the fiat of the government would Clarksville and damage was in University tasks ap the difference in value between column f a Tampa paper Agnew Coe Padjcah sections the the percentage of un the gold and the silver or would give Seiver Malshy Brengle Aitree Antonio cut tobacco in tbe e localities beini small March 20 l U the purchasing power to the dollar with- - Guase Whidden Riden Tollin Jolly except perhaps in Ihe West Tcnnes ee I most heartily accord with all said out regard t the material of which it is Goodenough Stringer Simonfon Tiebe counties but in the section from Hender above by President Loos in comson to Cumberland river ami extending a made BO that there Would be no change Soloinoi son Lillibridge Elinger Povo tar East as Green river embracing an im- mendation of Mr Ponge ami will Iaree Svmmel B ale Canova Hough portant part ol the steaming district and only add that he wag equally who would lie benefited The mine emi Â¬ owners in case of free oinage oi silver I lames Vara Asken net-- That is not in the dark producing counties akmg the nent in the department of Ph but would the farmer or laborer in either one tenth hut proves the mixed popula main stem of the L A N railroad a ma- - phv and Honiilet percentage 01 the crop was c case The farmer would get no more tion of this Babel of the Sunny South It GRAHAM President bv the tio t and destroyed The damage The L iV N that ubiquitous railroad done vanes much in the different part- ol for his surplus or the laborer his servi College f the Bible is to expend the Daviess County or Green river filler vice and not a dollar more wonld be of the B uegrass country 200000 extending its docks building stction ome neighlorhoods hiving prac added to his wealth by it tically hou ed their crops before the Iro t Clarence II P If the dollar continues to command frnit sheds warehouses ret in Pensa while other localities had folly one It is also said that the sime com- lourth of the crop on the hili Taking Kentucky University in June the same amount of labor or its products cola with honorary mention taking whethercomposed of 258 grains of stand pany will put on a line of steamers be into consideration the volume of production in the different ections and the exsides his deserve special certificates begin ard gold or 412A grains of standard silver tween Iensacola and Liverpool tent ot damage in each we conclude that in Greek Mathematics and Phil- Â¬ Vhber or ct fia tpaper of what ad vantage will the of the whole dark crop something like 12 lie Atlanta Exposition is or 15 per cent has been lo t st osophy change In to ihe people of Kentucky or Prior to his graduation he had The following quotations fairly repre the great mam of toileris in the United Miauiiia the attoatiua of the world I taught ten years in the public If by the free am unlimited shall leu ve that for some other friend of sent our market tor burley tobacco States schools of this State and Kansas to write up probably RetC crop coinage of silver at Hi to they expect Tie Ciim Trish Dk or damaged 2 75 50 to He taught languages and Math Â¬ Williamson A Ckackkk to get more for labor and Ha products I nmniiiii I r - J ro J- - J riiirv rrfish C dlegy I a that money will be more plentiful icniuiii iu goou cumry irasu j u in s oo ematics al Garrard FINANCIAL AND OTHERWISE o tor Ky 2 50 to Common Lugs not colory year with success ID will it be because the last when passed at 3 Common coiry lugs 400 to q50 has a similar position this year at would make labor and its products more Medm to Good ol Lugs 5 50 M Institute Kirksville Kv The feverish pulse and mercurial Medium to Good Leaf valuable or ticca use of a depreciation in vo to ij 00 If it fakes two dollars movement of a speculative craze are be Good to rme Leaf I our currency 00 to Ij 00 Junior Herald I fiir catalogue for further in 00 to It Oo then to buy what one dollar will now ginning to be noted Experienced men Select Wrapper- formation how is the farmer benefited though he seenew estimatesof values at hand based can sel his surplus for double with the on the inflation ol organised credit WHITTY WALDROP Coil Yard proceeds he can only buv of the things With tl e Government credit at the cenPr needed or desired the same he can buy tre the money of account now available Kirksville Kv can he doubled without danger The with the proceeds The prices paid for labor and especially general knowledge that this new era of for common labor are slow to advance inflation is at hand will increase theeoar when compared with the fluctuations in age of siime the timidity of others and I will rent privately the warehouse and coal vard near ihe K C R R Station the currency and the products of labor nervous energy of all Kennedy Ties The Chinese Government is to build now occupied by Coye are much sootier adjusted to a change is the best location and most valuable 700 miles of North arid South railway E therefore lalvor will suffer most bv a de property of the kind in Richmond The preciation in the currency FVee coin giving tea and grain an outlet Japan warehouse is new but will be 11 pahilf ll at Po session guen Jinurv t i8ti age might at least for a while material- has pricticady concluded tobuild four of once I H BLANTON Apply to ly advance the price of silver tothe no her new ships in the Inited States BerChancellor 17 small advantage ot the mine owners but lin will probably soon have a ship canal it would drop back as the out put and to the sua Eogtiah telegraphers are now BEmYVILLE AND SOUTHERN KY COALS the inflow from other countries would sending 000 words a minute while 400 Master Commissioners Notice The to Creditors increase Bv it god would be driven words in ihestandard achievement Bond syndicate as each slsiws IS per out as a monev metal M vDisoN Circuit Coirt The present The credit system would be suspended cent it tere t as its gain OPPOSITE THEO Laura Scudders Admr Plaintiff until pi ices and values should be adjusted market value of the bonds indicates 51 tothe new basis The creditor class un 800000 profit Speculation on Uudon Laura Scljws Heirs - n- fendants williug to stiller the loss from such an Stock Exchange fa mining stocks is said would demand pavmeut to exceed all former records American adjustment Al persons haying claims against the Lowest prices guaranteed on applii when the debtor class unable to borrow Ltathei Trust operations are being felt estate of Laura Scuddcr deceased are and will compete with any coal in the The new hereby notified to file Ihe same legally market to meet these- - demands because of the in France to their detriment American railway mm hi nation expect verified with the undei signed on or before unsettled financial status would suffer tiie 2oth day of November 1895 or tame most The day laborer will still get bis ed to support rates tor the Iienetit of will be barred OLD S E SCOTT dollar but can only purchase half that he all wiiiout infringing interstate com Master Comr M C C is could before aud must lesatistied with merce vgiiiations More than Ll mil- nous lijin this city s hank reserve iias half rations 2 TD 14 YEARS OLD A financial crisis such as was uever disappeared this mouth to move country Master Commissioners Notice Pure Oid Whiskies for Family and Medi- Â¬ known will necessarily result from these croIs a ld 6ek otl tr channels A year To Creditors ve was 27 millions larger tbe r cinal Cses in 5 and 10 gallon changes The shrewd man of wealth Madison Circcit C urt than 17 mil will add to his thousands by speculations ln sa1 DMC Packages a specia while the poor and laWing classes will liolw w w brought into New York banks S T Cobbs Admr Plaintiff f Against Are we ready and willing to European hanks of issue h d slilOOo suffer Crsk li Nancv Cobb c Defendants l1 t11l a special make this change and suffer the eonseAll peisons having claims against the ti the New York Central iiiencewhen in the final adjustment trial ot I Wholesale Dealers of S T Cobb deceased are here CREE train 14s lies in 131 estate the most we can hope to make by it is to601 thlt tv notified to file the same legally veri A get two dollars for the products of our minute beating the world s record 10 q tied with the undersigned on or before labor where we BOW get One with which train has also been run 194 miles in ten the oh day of November l8j or same will be barred 1 Yos HUN IKK T Make we can 011b buy what we now buy for hours and five minutes without stopping S E SCOTT five miles at a rate of 102 miles an the one In view of this had we not and iS M C C Master Comr 17 better get together and keep together on hour Clapp ci t o New York the great and fundamental priaciples PLANS Of OPERA Master Commissioners Notice OCRSCRE ABSOLUTE SAFETY LITEARRY NOITS enunciated by Jefferson and others upon To Creditors which our security as a free eople rests OF INVESTMEN I Book News for October has a new the Democrats of Kentucky get M DisoN Circi it Col Make rour money earn vou a aso Numerous im together before the Ides of November aud ortiate cover design proveu cuts are noticeable in this old L M Tiptons Trustee Plainiiti next and hold the fort for their own good 5i and ga friend of the book lover and the fact is L M Tiptons and the gXid of the country at Ur Crec 110 reacer of books can afford to do with Respectfully havmg out it Nolioly ever protended to know M All persons the da els Trptom at a nagazin hereby notilivd 10 nc are legal Halls Hair Kenewer enjoys the confi- at til ar The plate paper ly verified wit ar dence and putronsgc of people 1 portrait 01 Frank Vincent traveler writer before h 15th day of No Â¬ Â¬ doing splendidly J S JIortox Harlow X was easily and quickly relieved is wife used only two bottles She G ELLIOTT INSTITUTE Â¬ Â¬ 11 - - i Â¬ Â¬ L i -- js 1 ohd I 4 -- Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ 1 a j Â¬ Â¬ I -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 I- 1 - 1 Â¬ Warskse pob iBEiTT d COAL S bal li Â¬ Dealers In Office on Irvine street New Opera House ii4 Â¬ Â¬ FINE LIQUORS 1 j ue r sua -- II MONEY II rt Â¬ It pared for same will be bar Book News Talctxt Wj S E SCOTT MaVer Comr M C THE CLIMAX FBESCH TIPTONtf BT a chnrch In 1785 the South Rlkhorn was founded the first in Association Km tor Keentueky It was of the iilherts creek church that Mr Kaiick wrole a pamplet COMMKXTS ON Tl I V A KM IK - lie Co PCBLIHHEI tvtKV WIDSBDAV US SPKEtH The Climax Printing PRICK lKR VKAK 150 MATK HKMin KATIC TlikKT icrnor 1 WA1 HARDIN of Mercer I R T TVLKR sf Fulton WIM R C FORI of Clay L C Said an old I Vmocrat yesterday Tutt Burnam ha more sense thau 1 thought he had we asked Hows that Well he got up to make a speet h Monday in the Court house ami was scared half to death and the more he But he talked the worse scared he tot had sense enough to tjuit lefore he said mu Fit Aui Fr I Register of the Land Office C H SWAKGO Wlfe KUUI rd le f Boone a HKNDKICK HKNKY of Fleming S HA1 F of Graves Mtructioa iRTFR THOMPI I Mile GREEN JOHN For Ret KF1 SaBB GOOOLOE at Madison il - HIK ES II l IT KK- Cl MlhMKN - CHAS HIMKV clnct -- tRIlN J A J loNF W AIKFR IniverMty Precinct Tutt didnt Another lemocrat said have as much sense as 1 thought he had or he would not have attempted to say anything at all Still another man said he thought Tims speech made Goodhte and Chen ault at least tiftv votes among the tree silver element Whoa lutt announced that he would a listener not tell a lie on the stump said to himself wed now what about these things he has been teUmg us oti the stump If I can catch his idea said an audiTutt wants to go to the tor 1 egislature solely to regulate the Treasway from ury the the but Kepnblicans regulated the National Treasury after Clevelands first term 1 dont think his regulating would suit the people of Kentucky STAND BY YbUR Â¬ Â¬ la WEDNESDAY - PRINCIPLES If you are a lMnocrat vote the Demo cratic ticket and vote it from beginning I tki k the eminent Kiencn scientist to end If ou are a Democrat you will vote the Denioeiatic ticket lioui Ifegin ning to end Virginia is at The Democratic ticket represents prindeaths dour ciple ami if a Democrat fails to support the ticket he gives a black eye to the in Cutis but no thing which he has ail his life sought to OCT 9 1895 Â¬ tratbfal report Ixth Ti Tmi I sustain Dont look at the 1antagraph ami the parrot aie wont vote for him Mtliican meii talkee Uiuchee him personally patty and party coiiven-- candidate and ay I liecause I dont like He repiesents the organization is a s iug New Yorks demands Tiolautagrapb new hats within m has worn out seventeen tui weeks talking ity luce a party of overnment surveyors were making a survey on the plains J al a tiaml cart Willi an oooaieter i - i i oioiko women took more interest in the Lexington registration than white en in ainl will e inscijneiitly vote November Tubes fourtiis of the Bepablioan part icbnioii j colore and half of that ient returned by the Sherit M- - emoeratic convention r demand Â¬ ami ed th 1 diced the r is nt A of paer A money too bad lor a nice young man like Baraaaa to gel evertastinjrry - iirst race but then have known ln tter than to ran Tin Pantagraph continues to see a ts in the Legislative and toiial races but alter the election it tvledge that it BBWjOnlf a few r ni sik A fellow mm n ir sav- - be has the itch and a wat- watch and when he - not scratch- e - windiog and so - an unusually That- - precise man the snrj with Kepublican nomine- - Iuinam kept beaj an I then will get -- w I Stand etc Vote the straight ticket preserve the In time an Irishman came to organization aid to what vou have a negro to accom Fight oppression in already builded He was wealthy and toe shape of a high protective tariti in When the shape of the force hill in theshape leiK bman - who lite people ak the line of centralization of ower lie told them he was a For The I Chilian When Ibej aakad if he Sketch ofa Baas Vtiuiiaii wim is Baa - would reply tab case Ia a frenchman in Mrs I ue Maude Dodge was born in id I knows Inst s when the Cherry Valley Ashtabula county O - Tutt rurnan in ten Septembei ith jnjr fifty seven iiiiiiut s demolished IJreckinr years and nineteen days old at thetime of her death Her parents were ilyinas M sK ech The 1antagraph is a Kiench man and Berlmda M Grata who came sep arately into Northern Ohio while it was Wi vtsK lVKUYWHKItt almost a wilderness the former from Western New York the latter from New Kepabiians are Kepnliiicans where- - Hampshire I iinevi r and w henst east tind em Both were poor but lxth exceedingly ne in Kentucky that they industrious and after their marriage are in New York Here is a copy of one they together overtime the obstacle of of tie w York iaw- forest niuddv roads and difficult commu That all htmiiis within tbe jiinstlic nication with the outside World to the shall entitled to the extent of providing themselves with a oid eajual accoiiiiuiHlatioiis advanta well improved farm with an excellent privileges of inn- - res- dwelling but the latter was swept away taurants bosnk eaiin house bath ly fire with nearly all the contents houses barber shops ttieaters music when the insurance had expired halls public conveyance on land aud Mr Useea as the oldest of the family water and all other places of public ac had leen left the real head of the commodation or amusement subject family of eight when but sev only to the condition and limitations enteen years old owing to the ished by law and applied alike to athers dissipation The son had all eanaaaai slight schtxil advantages but gained a I gentle reader if you are a voter common education and was recognized as will you vote for a party who would in one of the strongest characters in that Kentucky enact ihat New York law rtgion The four daughters were given fair ad- Â¬ COUUBCTlMJi KVhkrH KM ALL 01 T vantages though two ot them did not definitely and finally settle the take their college course until after marlue the oldest almost idolized n of prize fighting in Texas dov- - riage her father and the experience with inm called the Legislature iigether and in two hours passed a law temperance in the family which imposed heav v 1rinsmaking prize fighting a felony There Um Ur were only hah a dosea voters against the but a lad doubtless had to do with that life long persistent intelligent work in bill That settles the question la and the big house in Dallas built especi- the cause of teuierencePartly recovering from a fit of sickness ally for the projiosed great Corbett-Fitz- brought on at sixteen ears ol age by viotis fight cheap olent efforts at a time of forest and field -- r run with so uincli Tex open a life of partial in- extreme demoralization that the vaiidism she received an academic edu to aboli h all forms of gambling at iirwell Academy and Grand fin Is no si mnin r nlnee Ten t MHun I ver InsHiteboth u her native Texas was not leoKn day tern of tlis BiU Iverth- - h and night eaojbiiog liou cessful work as at eacher in in the dailv and bv of tte tinie wooli flming walls along aj the boarilln the most secretly con- the st B WK at rand River Institute in meted houses are systematically raided that she first met L Y The Lone sur Si ite mav ere long be ii e wlluW home was twenty miles ral as New England from hers and whose youth was BHnilar- ly checkered Tllt WRONti MIM Both were then twentv- llih EAR Tliio nKjijouiinui c iinu vnamj ri anu orvMi wi vi A Baptist minister write the Western 6O011 determined the future of two lives lei Louisville that Providence and two yeais later June l lNil the i in Clark count known as the marriage took place at the brides home irMvelling church liecause it was Both had prepared fot college but col- in Virginia and came in a body lege going was then almost unknown in to Kentu kv aid that ieorge WHanck their neigh Ijorhoods The war was then inton has written a pampl let 011 in progress and colleges were decimated The new husband ras many years the ataassje that any Baptist minister youngest of his family financial loss had should lie so grievously mistaken his parents were advanced in The come church is the old Gilberts years and the couple went to the home chinch between Lancaster and of the grooms father looking forrd It was brought out from Vir- - ward to a life on the farm sl as an organized body by In lWi i Mr Dodge took his musket A the military leader aud went to the front and Mrs Dodge v I wis Craig was tbe religious alternated between the homes of her own kmder It was the first organised Bap- - and her husbands parents The war Kentucky J But over the former life was resumed to Lifcjiorn and founded j a growing diasatistaction with the educa- I a MMiixi Min Ihev set out one morning and puilel the cart till noon In the afternoon they turned the cart and pushed it by way of rest from puiling At night they lacked only two miles of taking a of the regis ter all they had recorded in the forenoon becjiu e in the afternoon they had worked the cart in the opposite direction from lust so with a Dem- the morning work rat who would vote the Kepublican ticket would unwind what he had ln lore wound on the political ball If you are a Democrat and believe in States Rights and uppoae centralization of power vote the Democratic ticket ll you are a lemocrat and opposed to the uuqaitons force bill vote the Democratic ticket If von area Demociat and are opposed to bringing upon Kentucky that which publican party has brought upon New York vote the PeiOtiaUc ticket lree silver men all over the State will vote for the ticket regardless of the fact that the ticket was nominated on a sound m ine platform Bound money men all over the State ill vole for Sen Hardin notwithstanding the fact that he is a tree silver man These concessions the Dem o rats must make or lose the Mate to the Kepnblicans When we say that free silver men or sound money meu all over the Mate will not turn aside from their paths of duty because of these tinancial differences we mean that the greater part of them w ill and the point we are endeavoring to make prominent is that all ough to United we i lss tional attainments already secured led to plans for a collejre course The preparations indadmjf the turning of a little property iDto money preparation of wardrobe by the wifes own hands and the provision of a simply of such food as is not ijuicklv perishable occupied about two vears Hillsdale College Michigan wai selected and in s7 thev moved ilUo a iittie three room house there For the live years of their stay Mrs Do Ige mm iiusikeeer and student Through- out htr mist Btiereldotn was outrank d 1V anv sient j 8y study and her ijterarv orodutions secured marked at- tention Graduating with her husband Mrs was w ith him for the yearfUiat he was Su perintendent of public schools at WoOB teri and then was Preceptress while he 1rin ipleot Geneva Normal school in tlieir native countrv It was there in e Womans lt wi1fr of ls74 tlilt Crusade swept over Ohio From the outset Mrs Dodge was a leading spirit in this movement She was one of those who addressed immense meetings and not less ably than one of her associates in the town of Geneva who has since been a National W C T I President In 187 some months after the hus band came to Kentucky tentatively the fainiv moved and Berea has since been their home Here in the face of many obstacles Mrs Hodge has been one of the most fruitful tempeiance workers in the State It is pretty certain that no woman in the State has devoted so much Few time and strength to this reform persons in any Slate were so thoroughly informed on the various aspects of the temperance question history legislation and the physological effects of alcohol Many years ago she organized the ilade Womans Christian Temperance Union and was permanently its president attending the meetings in all soits ol weather anil looking after all details of business with unfailing zeal and without reference to the sacrificing of comfort She was the prime which was involved mover in effecting the district organization representing considerably more than a ongressional district and known in W OL T U Shite records as Pioneer From the outset she was Cor District responding Secretary of this district and had the duel labor and responsibility in preparing the programs She gave many addresses at these conventions and on other occasions in different counties sometimes in other States and these ef- Â¬ forts were marked by a breadth and thoroughness of thought securing atten t on and appreciative comment from the oldest listeners Mrs 1 was regularly a promi ineut member of the W C T fj State Conventions aud had attended several Nationals She was the tate Baperin ol the department Social tendent which in Purity capacity her efforts an had influence iikiii legislation Her correspondence in this capacity involved hundreds of letters every year For eighteen years an organization kn own as the Christian Temperance f the ilade District has been d Cm bag continuous and successful work It embraces old and young male and feOf this Mrs D male was the first Yice Iresident Through all the yeara her labors in this connection have been abundant not only in her own public utterances but in training hundreds of children and youths for public temper ance recitations songs and dialogues At the time of her death she was President of this organization t her lines of public work were not wholly neglected She found time for some Minda school work much of the time daring the past year teaching a large class of young ladies ai Berea while frequently isiting other schools in the vicinity For several terms she taught physiology in the college and sometimes other branches For years she had been a member of the College Indies Boaid of Can- and its President While laboring so assiduously for the public and often beyond her strength her home and family were not forgotten All parts of the house fiom the oil paintings on the wall to substantial repairs show the work of her hands Work for Uod aad humanjty was too pressing t i allow her to fritter away much tune upon mere style and some incapable of understanding the extent of her plans and the consecration of bar efforts niay hae criticised But no wife and mother was more mindful of the real comfort of her household and no son ever receivid more loving and intelligent training than hers She hath done what she Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GOOD THING -- P05H IT ALONG lsrri7PrTira3rar7rirrrJlralbFnr m mmm9msmmm m sjffffrtiM ej i s ra--- r co rii r rTj rSJWrM rHJlTTil EiSi ISiS1 LliJ ELil M rt ira i i rftii r is jtuB r c irSI ir I pi HI Wi SS rtd 3 J u M hiBBBBB LsaftaaaaaaaaaOB Wmm nSBHH aal atB ll p ig IP bbbbbI aaaKaa1 LaaW B i k W I I mOM y T Ifel aanaaH alBki laaaaH lai m lW SrSl I wkHB aaBaaaaaa aaaaal ll Vaaa Tfi 4 LoaaaaaaM sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbI W -- Ifrtila ma maBBBaaav ms - Iray THE LEADER IN QUALITY QUANTITY AND LOW PRICES ii MS m E TO THEM A Great Big Piece fop 10 Plug Tobacco Cents- WITHOUT ANY PARLEYING m Of - STINSDN Kindles as quick Burns as bright and Makes as hot a fire as words we want to say to the heads of families that if they want to SAVE MONEY in the purchase of their supplies for the winter they should GIVE US A CALL We make no promises that wo will not carry cut Here is hov7 we will save ycu money Besl Ih-- -i See the pricss A A A A A Indigo Blue Calicoes 4Jc per yard Fancy Calicoes 4jc per yard 7c Cotton Flannel at 5c per yard Mc Cotton Flannel at 7i per yard r yard 12Jc Ooting Cloth at 8Jc rood Bleached Cotton yard wide No 1 Sea I lmid Cotton per yard yard wide 6jc per yard Ginghams for dresses worth lhc 7Jc per yard lo J Bleached Sheeting worth 2te 15c per yard 13c per yard Hi i Brown Sheeting worth 17c All Wool Flannel SOs ht yard All Wool Red Flannel 20e per yard Checked Cotton- - very good fiw 5e per yard Fast Color- - Turkey Bed Tabic Damask 25e per yard a piece Tlie biggest Towel on earth Bed Comfort- - a good one for 75e CANNEL COAL But does not pop and lasts much No slack longer No smut No cinder Luxury and econ Â¬ omy combined m s All Wool Serges 36 inches wide Im- per yard c per yard All Wool Serges 42 inches wide Black Mohairs 38 inches wide 50e per yard Black Moliair- - 10 inches wide Hoc per yard Handsome Novelty Dress Patterns al 15 per pattern Handsome Novelty Mohair Dress Pattern at 6 Handsome Novelty Mohair Dress Pattern at 750 DRESS GOODS --- r yard All Wool Plaids for dresses or Birt waists All Wool Plaids tor dresses m nirt waists BOc per sard Novelty Dress Patterns in Moliair- - optoflo OU Noveltv Mohair- - up to 150 yard Black Brocaded Satin Dni becs lor kirt or full suits at r yard and 125 Hosiery and Underwear Ladies Misses Ladies Misses Ladies Ladies Fleeced Hoseal 15c per pair Fleeced Hose at 15c per pair Wool Hose a 20c per pair Wool Hose at 20c per pair Fast Black Cotton Hose tbe beat 25 hose old Wool Hose -- a pair the best ever old for the -- money The best Ladies Ve t for 25e ever sold Children- - Vests and Drawer- - from 15e up Childrens Union Suit at 60 cents well wortl Ladies Ciiion Suits f2iKi well worth 250 m COSTS 25 Bushels 12 cts per bushel - rail1 BLANKETS A good ket at 3 50 Coinforts at BLANKETS 1225 A good blanket at 1300 A Blan Â¬ Eider Down Comforts at 550 Eider Down Keduced Prices oh Large Orders Evans Yard 300 Ilanket at 50c 70 A good Blanket at 1150 A c Blanket at These goods are world heater- Eider Down Comforts at f4 The liest values we ever offered rd opposite the R N I m B Depot xl C L Burns TELEPHONE NO Co 10 Suita fl0 and 12 Suits Our line af 15 Suits The best and largest stock we ever had See onr lines of they cant be heat cannot be heat See our Boy- - Suit- - at f 25 3 and 4 These we call our Big Overcoats and 11 Boys Mrereoata and Ulsters 3 4 5 N and 7 50 that are ators that an world beaters at 5 750 lo tCJ 50 and lo Hats and Caps in the latest styles aud the very lowest prices world beaters From 75c up to the verv le t 1 CLOTHING 70 8ha I could HeVs was a religion which prays at rha same time it is doing Never ostentatious she left her works to speak lor k L Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ faer her Her limitations as to health prob- Â¬ ably interfered somewhat with her pioni inence in State and Nation but they may not have lessened largdv the intrinsic value of her work A previously enfeebled state of the system resulting from overwork during the hot weather and an acute stoma ii attack in August left her unable to resist an exposure to the typhoid germ After righting the disease for seveial days alone a physician was railed in on Sept loth her husband was summoned home by telegraph the next day and later ber son was called from the Cniversity of Chicago and a sister and husband from Cnmfierland iap The best efforts of physicians and trained nurses weie unavailing At iLD a in Sept 9th the dav she had planned to go to the W C T C State Convention she was re- Â¬ leased and those who knew her best were left in tears H Â¬ Â¬ written hy Mahone Brady and Kiddle berger will not soon die out of the mem orv of the people am is suthcient to keep the stated solidly Democratic for many years to come Our party is as badly divided in this State as in Kentucky on tliejjmoney question but in all matters of State and local government the experience of the past prevents division For these reasons the ex Ken tuckiansin the Old Dominion among whom is the writer are watching with absorbing interest the great contest uow going on in tlieir native Statet and are hoping for the triumphant election of Oen Hatdin and the Democratic ticket Â¬ Eudys Pile Supppsitory guaranteed to cute Piles and Constipa- tion or mnni v refunded co renin ner r box bend two stamps tor circular and Free Sample to Martin Rudy Registered Hiarmacist Lancaster Pa No Postals Answered For snle by all first class is pus druggists everywhere by S E Welch Jr and in Berea Kv 6 The U S Govt Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others K 1 Irvine If vou desire a luxurious growth o healthy hair ofa natural color natures crowning ornament of both ses use only Halls Vegetable Silician Hair Renewer WORTHY YOUR CONFIDENCE in it HOWS THIS - Â¬ fira1 yrl cot irs r- - n v - uninAn I rd - vJ We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for anv case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O FORMER KFNTCCKIANS ANNIOUS We the undersigned have known F FUKTHK DKMOCKATS TO WIN an J believe Cheney for the last i r ea him perfectly honorable in all business The louisville Times has received a transactions and financially able to carry coiniuunicatioii from Mr K T Irvine a out anv obligation made by their firm prominent lawyer of Big Moiie iap Va WsST fk Tkuax Wholesale Iru formerlv of Kichmond Kv Hesavs Toledo O notice what pnrportsto be an inter Waliino Kinnan Marvin WholeC Brvant of Ashland view with Capl sale Druggists Toledo O in which he stated that he had iceently Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intinally been to this place and that the people acting directly upon the blood and mu- Â¬ Minted to see lien Hardin defeated cous Price 75c surfaces ot the system If Capt Brvant and the other enemies of TesSold by all Druggists per bottle Gen Hardin are as far wrong in other timonials free like statements as in ths one the friends of fieri Hardin need have no fear conWITH RHEUMA IF TROUBLED cerning his election Gen Hardin has ITS SI READ THIS valuable inerests and has spent much of - - ilil ln ins ici uic luuc hoc Niinni me jrtoi lew Annaioiis Mi April 16 Syi vears and if there is a man woman or have used Chamberlains Pain Balm for child of any political party here who rheumatism ami foun ir n hp ail that i does not want to see him made the next claimed for it I belii ve it to be the bc t rovernor of Kentucky I am not aware of preparation lor rheumaism and deep it There are many ex Kentuckians sealed muscular pains on the market and living here and all I believe are for chceriully recommend it to the pinlic If the Democrats among sound money J no G Brooks them were at this time citizens of Ken- - Dealer in boots shoes etc No IS Main St tuckv they would be found working fur ALSO RKAD THIS the election of Hardin and to prevent MtCHANlCsviLLE St Mary County KenMicky from lulling into the hands of 1 Md sold a bottle ot Chimbei Idiis Bradley and the Republican party It needs hut a brief residence iu Vir- - Pan Balm to a ntn who had been suffer ginia and but a meager acquaintance ing with il eumatisin for several years It A J McOni with the history of the State since the made him a well mm For sale at 50 cents per bottle nv Hagan s Â¬ war to imbue one with the conse quences possible iu a fciouthern State Pharmacy under Republican and negro domination Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder The black chapter in Yirgiuiaa history Worlds Fac Ulghssft Msdal aad DttMoau 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 I The success of Hoods Sarsaparilla conquering scrofula in whatever way may Ue are showing the very latest styles Our 500 i i manifest itself is vouched for b thousands who were severely afflicted ty this prevalent diseate but who now rejoice over a permanent cure bv Hoods Scrofula may appear as Sarsaparilla humor or it mav attack the glands of the neck or break out in dreadful running sore on the body or limbs Attacsiig the mucous membrane it may develop in o catarrh or lodging in the lungs lead to consumption Come as it may a faithful course of treatment wiih Hoods Sar sarilla will overcome it for working upon the foundation of all diseases impure blood the system is clarified and vitaliz il and vigor strength and health restored to the body pH i v - ii Department a look ten ilays ou Ml the hest ami newest splenUid value jacket in u fir a t i wi ink u ii j wur sieaiier 111 rouiin or sinooiii jmi- - at i mr oti aut to our ZnT jT T t t n 1U V mwm 1Ir u l t u S hjss Jackets at s Misses larkets at 5 amixt J750 1111 10 set our i Hi prisanu mi fiotlis a-m All new this Ioni ami at the verv ouot iriGive laee Curtains at 5 si if 1200 225 K08 3 ini a pair that are wej worth mote uioiiev i i i i all borjgbt in the Our 750 hi t Our S9C0 smooth ape at 4 ChiUlrens our Carpet Im m m 7 iw 1 1 m m m t 9 m s MHSFTS aai 1 0W9Z4 ci Lacjioiha u iff Tic jvmm uderVksi r ii M f J fli f jtmmVkmp m t m aaar X 4 t jWtd haHf vou want to be nobby and swell wear ihe Blue Grass Hat Wallace Rice 14- - Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair DH oar Corset at 50c U A i Cstseta at Corsets at J 75 250 and 325 The Jackson Corset Waists the only --enuineone sold and that Inns Mi at uaatee at floO We have lots f eoodi that we have not emoted th prices on as we have not the pace luit come in and see us wn win snow you that we Will ive vou money 1150P See 1 ii -- 150 100 1 on w CREAM J SIeT For 14 Years Alrn i m Kept Imitators BAKING PARIS I ousy l The GLBERTLlNINGSi GROSORAiN aatSaa T M and -- ami our name on ii 5ILK FINISH aw N Y iaa aful MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 4 YEARS THE STANUARO Our if I 7 Kid Glove Our 100 Kid G miHti liiEirEJHlrCitlJrtlJti i iSuisSSiiJ S - 4r rtlte-trrEl-lOr- HA 55 Boa niy 2 t fi lEintilipJJ rtiJUil HI SIlIillMilrifPSn rrrnirrlaraJ aamJ rrr M SIrri ISlrrl CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT RICHMOND kv 1S05 gkfftJirFBJapJa fSHTS l s ray s- RJJlTr -- rrb - -- V CALDWELL HIGH SCHOOL Walker Lydia White Fannie White Kmily Him so 5 miss naxmk kabjtk TEACItKK 11 Winkler Pearl White Sallie Wagers John oraie no 3 TEACHER mitit Moanow Teachers Grades and Pupils y r liroaddus Willie Hoi ton Jaine G For L ricn iL c J U iss Clark Fri Baiter imt l K Ruby Barton Alma Hallard lusie Ir For A Ml llt l For S KtK Tl Cl 111 UlllS Will Harnett Mia Aral Haogh man M i l Burns Forest Jonway Johnnie Carte Kobt Crandall Kn Christopher Mat CaiuiuVll Ballard Curraleen Bonny Xorah Bowles Richard Bowmar Lena Bowlan Joseph Barnes Clarenee Bolton Collins Mamie ORAPK Stall Carl Smith Edward Sanders John St John Susie Stevens Bessie Stevens John Shumaker Burnis Taylor Quin Tribble Henry Winkler Clay Wines NO Nellie 1 Zimmer Charles MISS Baxter French Marshall Campbell Lily DrbjjBWa Heater DaBMr Herman llHK TEM I1EK uoin Iulie broad Ins Mis Maude M wsie Campbell Mary hallis L Christopher Mm Chanilierlain John Cox Bhoda Clore Kdna Durham Mollie Devio Julia Duncan Chenault Hurst Brown Adams Daisy Adams Hettie Adams Ottis Ballard Mvrtie liallard Mary c MiM Mary Cheuaull human Caesphas tvau- - Joe eland Kolieit fram is Merdme Ussier 1 Fiunell limh en roUd Cie en Cimla JaceSB Iizie I Hurst Nettie licks Nettie Hardin Collins rlotcbiae Annie Killa Kirby Stacy King Roy Kirby Bonny Arthur Ballard Johnnie Burns Robert Bvbee Claude Bybee Russell Kennedy Annie JAM t Dtry Ku hard leutry Mary entry Millie iBBBBB J A iirecr Ma Katie 1 rd w 1 i Maupir Mihe BBBBjata far is d Million Kuimett HeOtttteaB Annie IerWuis Linoim Mareum Willie Mareum lncv Mink luc y McCollom Kobt Ol lie ilather Lee Kutherlord Delia Kichardsoii Annie Roberta Henry May Keller John Keller Mamie K inir Burtie MeKenua Mary Mullen Paul Brawuer Gibsn 1 axter Frank Broaddus Homer Baxter Sudie Bowman Lily Now before we pro- Â¬ names mentioned pose a list there are some other matters to which it is necessary to call the atten- Â¬ tion of the people First how is this election to bi- - held By secret ballot or 11 viva voce by the former will the names of the candidates be placed on the regular ballot or will it require a separate ballot Are not women who possess certain qualifications entitled to vote If this is true and we use the same ballot what would hinder the above described women from voting Hie entire ticket if they were so disposed Again are not the colored people en- Â¬ titled to vote in this matter These are questions that should lie investigated and settled before the day of the election Let there be no mistake about this as wa6 the case before when nobody seem ed to know anything about the manner in which it should be held Allow us to Banana a few names for consideration Court House Precinct Dr G W Kvans Rev J W Prather Dr Stewart City Hall Algin Coyle Dr Frazee Â¬ Â¬ CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT VKINKSlY IB OCTOHKK 9 1S9Y I t I 01 MTaavqi - 1 it 7 W A Powell nut James Christerson Tom Conway Mary Clark Annie Davie Willie Devore Katie Davis Nannie Dozier Mary PC Multiuser Mazie Mareum Millie Noland Birtie Nelson Annie liver Betilali iliver Zeulah Iartish Don Palmer Flsie Cniversity Wade Walker W T Perkins Wm Arnold We have named three from each ward in order that you could have a preference We have named two Republicans for the reason that we hold that the lie publicans should be at least recojo N to that extent I IX 1 IT D iiee Lackey IJiee Littleton Iratlier I Harry elia tnit T Backer Price tone Huston zanders Bret Serhmer Nettie -utiitna Nannie --a- mue-ls Mamie n rivner Alma Siamese Willi -- tollflcr Htl hea T Iravnor Mary Tribble Shelby litis Georayi Wiggins Bath White Ray W DC Pratt lieitrude Perkins Tupper Rj mell tiertrinle Rutherford Annie Richardaoa Bertlia Reevea Fannie shanks Steve shirllet Iain smith Loaia Sniiiuins MiCiearv haw Jan es - lireen I B liormley Stone lientry IVttie Hiiuebaugh Carlos Hackett Tomnie Hurst Charlie Hurst Bertie Hudson Maggie v 4 Ml- i Tern lln the Vuriin W h n BB8 Allman Ikma - Todd Amanda lodd Stone ill iii TK Harnett Krven Harnett Alma Harnett Kthel Bolton St Howies Alex Hrow 11 Tarpia Toauaie Waidroper Maud White Jennie White Margaret Wilson Fthah IDI o J Mis II Harris Olhe Irvine Enoch Jenkins Homer Jacobs Pmld lewett Hazel Jones Willie Keller Toinmie Keller Jerry Kenuedv Bachel Keller Maggie King Tiny Mills Sarah Myers Marueiite Mareum Sarah McSwain Foster Mareum liiehard Oliver Annie Peyton Bertha Ilea F in I Nannie IraoU Katie Stella n t t reed Mary ok Lottie Me CliamlierUiu Conway June Coj le Edehe I HER Adams Johnnie Ballard Minnie Bush Clair Tom Burns Tom lies rYaiber Frank Parks Willie M thallas Leonard Christ t htisterson Sam liaxter Eddie Brooinlield Jam Bonny leva Palmer John Rayburn Clarenee Roland Ixiuis Richardson Herbert Simmons Marcuerite Samuels Lizzie We ell ilen I Derate Team tau Itoocan Lis ri- v human Helen Ieallierae Ja Inincan Muttc Iram is s allie Ureea Willie Ureea Rachel Hicks Lti K Boodinot Nannie Boudinot Lin y Cook Conway Collins Lueiie Coflee Charles Chamberbun Mack singleton Carrie SbiiHet Cliff fin anna Ceorge Shaw John Scott Katharine tharje of the Reaj Iliaeese ot Kentucky The action of the General Convention of the Episcopal Church in aeceding to the request of the Kentucky Diocesan Council for a division of the diocese is final and it is now certain that the division will be realized within a lew months Then the nest step will be to elect a Bishop to preside over the new diocese As before printed those mentioned for the Bishopric include the Rev E II Ward of Lexington the Rev Rcverdy Fstill of Louisville the Rev Lewis W Burton of Louisville and the Rev W c McCreedr ol Newport Ky Some churchmen are of the opinion that the ii new Bishop be from some other State This is possible for a Bishop is not necessarily selected from that State over which he is to preside On the other hand in the majority of cases he is selected from the church at large and is one of the ablest and most distinguished priests procurable He is first reconi meudeJ bv the Diocesan Council at whose head he will be and then the General Convention votes in an election As the General Convention meets onlv once in three years he will in this instance be elected bv a referendum vote Bach Bishop of the church in the diked States and members of the House of Dep- Â¬ uties who are entitled to a vote will cast his vote through the mails Thus the Bishop will be elected Sundays Who Will Have Â¬ Judge John Fnn the 2Mb District Goodloe STHTE SENATOR eonapoaed of the counties of Madison Powell NOMINEE FOR RE ELECTION NG Fstill Lee mad - that if thsy pliss for the 110 DEMOCRATIC Flection Tucsdav November 5th 11 promises save ycti Best Indigo Blue Calicoes 4h- per yard s lAc per yard Best Fancy Cali A 7e Cotton Flannel at 5c per vard A 10c Cotton Flannel at 7A per yard Outing Cloth al 8Je per yard Binghams for dresaea worth 10c TAc per vard In J Bleached Sheeting worth 2ic I6e per yard Brown Sheeting worth llrS 13c per yard A 1 2 Jc 1 1 T001 Courier Journal ra 1 Iroal BenuVe I iln Ki i Ma Mvi Heath Job JohaaOB Kerbev V Christopher Croucber E C rSaYBKUl Kepubl BLACKS tin wil Keller Nellie ia Kennedy Wai Kennelv Wiliia r- Coffee Sarah Duncan A Devote Fred vans William 1 Fades llermoii Rolaad Hackett liassie Haekett L Hudson - Mary A f Lanter Flmei Miller Taylor Million Jack Mewaiu Katu- - in wit Iks res Vru fid VUU-Viiu-te- c Mershon itneil Willie Parka Bi llayburn CI BayKiirn Klorie Ivutheriord lu Hadeon Jennie Harris Beraie laeobs Clara Kirby Kinda Kirby Foater Kindred Joe Mullen Tillie Myers Robert MeKenna Mary McCoy Dovie Nelson Mo e Nelsm Dave Powell Jerry Powell Nannie Hunt iuiseulerrv Alice Katie Schilling Carl Thurman Iurv Thurinan Nannie Travnor Cecil Tiadale Wilbur Wiggins Frnest Wallace Edgar Minkler Ruth White Field Willis Heath Wilson Fannie Zimmer Flsie St oil All Wool Serges o inches wide Joe per yard All Wool Scree- - 42 inches wide 0e per yard Black Mohairs 38 inches wide 50c per yard Black Mohairs 40 inches wide Hoc- per yard Handsome Novelty Dress Patterns al per pattern Handsome Novelty Mohair Dress Pattern at Handsome Novelty Mohair Dress Pattern at 750 - ss good Bleached Cotton yard wide 5e per yard No 1 Sa I latid Cotton yard wide 6jc per yard All Wool Flannels 20c per yard All Wool Red Flannel 20e per yard per yard Checked Cotton- - very good for Fast Color- - Turkey Bed Table Damask i V per yard a piece The biggest Towel on earth sBed Comforts a good one or 7 e A A GOODS -1 r yard All Wool Fluids for dresses or shirt wai- per yard All Wool Plaids for dresses of hirt waists Novelty Dress Pattern- - in Mohair- - up tofla Novelty Mohair- - up to 150 yard Black Brocaded Satin Dm he lor kin or full suits at and fl25 yard r Hoard of Kducaliuu Fditor Cl IB 13 rvirharlsiii Scott i ltliel Mary I itaaBaaes Mi soht citizens Cnitr zanders sal lie Shiflet j ll suuiina Qeo -anniels Fannie Tooaaey Beds Eva tel Ft renill Robert rower luhe Willis J D Ward Sh Trr Tia 1ali Richardeoa I Richardson Her Richardson Juliii Simmons Arnolii Aa the time is drawing near when the w ill be called on to elect a new School Board it is quite time thai we should solicit some nood men lo make the race not men who haveaxesto grind or who are in faor of some particular teacher but men who are public spirited and who are directlv interested in schoolWe believe that the Board or a majoiity of the Board should consist of patrons of the school There have already been some good irin Candidates Will Art Still earing 1 rum Their Votes rnr asfearj Richmond Ky Oct 4 Special to the Courier Journal The prospects for Judge John Ileiinett Republican candidate for the Senate in this district are not as promising as they were ten days ago BoBBB ol his Democratic opi o nenta have discovered that the Judge in iss voted for Asburv negro candidate lor Register of the lmd Mlice oer Cecil a deserving miniiitaiii Democrat t i also alleged that apt 8 II stone for Auditor on the Republican All along it State ticket did likewise is In eu confidently predicted hat both Bennett and Stone would fret a large Democratic vote in the mountain counties but the publication of this fact will have a tendency to knock the scales from the eyes of many Democrats So far Judge Bennett has refused to meet his Democratic opponent Hon John D Goodloe who is making a red hot ca vass of the entire district I hosiery and Underwear Ladies Misses Ladies Misses Ladies Ladies Fleeced Hoseat 15c pa pair Fleeced Hose at 15c per pair Wool llo e al 20c per air c per pair Wool Hose at hose old Fast Black Cotton Hoar the beat Wool Hose 25c a pair the best ever sold for the -- money The best ladie- - Ve t for 25e ever sold Childrens Ye-t- - and Drawer- - from 5e up Children- - Union Suit at lid cent- - well worth Ladies Union Suits 9200 well worth I250 LANKETS bood Blanket at 50c A good Blanket at 150 A good Blanket at jO These goods are world beaters Eider Down Comforts at 4 its at 750 The best value- - we ever offered BLANKETS 225 A good blanket at 300 A good Bema Eider Down Coaaforts al 550 Elder Down jJ MM apeee man ii THKSANK rUIAWHMlt awBtahikane are Republicans wbere er and wheiist you tiud em T iev are theaaaae in Kentucky that they are in New York any of one w Vera lawr Iliat all peraoaa wiihin the junsdii--tloiof till- - t te shall lie entitled to the full and cipiai oroimnodatioae advauta privileges of inns restaurants hotels BBtBBJ house bath barlxT-sliop- hoases theaters music public- conveyance 011 land and water and all other places of public acÂ¬ i l I n commodation or amuseiuent subject only to the conditions and limitations established by law aud applied alike to all citizens Now gentle reader if you are a voter will you vote for a rty who would in Kentucky enact that New York law region The four daughteis were given fair ad- Â¬ dbKKKTSUX KMMhhli EM ALL M T vantages though two ot them did not To definitely and final v settle the take their college course until after marIue the ehlest almijst idolized on of prize fighting in TesBaGoV- - riage her father and the experience with inenid iilbertson called the Legislature temperance in the family w hich imposed tiitether and in two hours passed a law apea her father so heavy burdens while tiiriitiiiL a felony BBBBBBf IrirThere but a lad doubtless had to do with that n voters against the were only bill That settles the cpiestiou in Texas lifelong persistent intelligent work in and the big house in Dallas built especi the cause of tenierence Partly recovering from a fit of sickness ally for the proosed great Corbett-Kitz- brought on at sixteen years ol age by vifigbr aeaa cheap Texns was ever run with so much open olent efforts at a time of forest and field and extreme demoralization that the tires and followed by a life of partial into abolish all forms of gambling validism she received an academic edu BNthkjt place Ten ears ago cation at Orwell Academy and Graad Texas was note foi its w ide open day River Insitiitebth ia her native county end niirlit aaethfiltg uoBaea that a lvertu- - insterjier iiiir this with several tenn of the daily papers aud by unusually successful work as at eacher in in much of the time Baaahnj p the walls along country schools boarding around ivj the in st secn tlv con- It was at tirand River Institute in dacted houses are systematically raided The Le ay ere long be Aiistinburg that she first met L V llodge whose home was twenty miles al as New England from hers and whose youth was similarTilt WKIlMi MIM li THE EAK ly checkered Roth were then twenty one years of age This acquaintance A Raptist minister writes the A extern soon determined the future of two lives Recorder Louisville that Proi and two yeais later June 151882 the church in Clark count v known as the marriage took place at the brides home Travelling church beeaoee it was Roth had prepared for college but colorganized in Virginia and came in a body lege going was then almost unknown in le Kentuckj and that ieorge V Ranck their Bciahborhooda The war was then ot Ixui2ton iias writtci pamphlet on in progress and colleges were decimated The new husband was many years the nge that any Baptist minister youngest of his family financial loss had should I so grievously mistaken The come his parents were advanced in church is the old iillerts and the couple went to the home chich between Lancaster and of the grooms father looking forrd It was brought out from Yir- - ward to a life on the farm finia in ITmI aa an enjBI ivbr In N4 Mr Dodge took his musket the military leader and went to the front and Mrs Dodge ig was the religious alternated between the homes of her own leader h xi- - titint oraaiiiaed Rap- The war her husbands parents urch in Kentucky n 17fv Rev But over the former life was Craig removed to KlkUorn aud founded a growing dissatisfaction with the educa- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - fliiu11 into iiirui almost a wilderm ss the former from Western New York the latter from New Hampshire Both were poor but IhiIi exceedingly industrious and after their marriage they toirether overcame the obstacle of nmddv roads and dirlicult commu nication with the outside world to the extent of providing themselves with a well iiuproced farm with an excellent dwelling but the latter was swept away by fire with nearly all the contents when the insurance had expired Mr liieeu as the oldest of the family had lieen left the real head of the family of eight when but sev omng enteen years old to the athers dissipation The son had slight school advantages but gained a common education and was recognized as one ot tie strongest characters in that Â¬ more loving than hers She and intelligent training hath done what she I WV TUEPH0N I IW NO W 10 Xa7 W raps st nil ore our noes 01 vio stilts biu oaits ana ft2 nits Our line of lo Suit t 3 aad 4 TWae are call oar Big 3 they cant U leat Overcoats ami Ti10 1J 50 aad Boys nt are world beaten at 5 750 and 3 4 15 H unci 7 50 that are worm Dealers Hats and Caps in the latest tyles aud the very lowest prices From 75c up to the vcrv beat it- Ik nest ami tari i -- toes beat Bee our Boys CLOTHING Saits at 1 L 25 -- 1 Fl-te- r- We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for anv case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv Halls Catarrh Cure CO Props CHENEY Toledo O FORMES KKNTCCKIANS ANXIOUS We the undersigned have known F KtiRTHK DEMOCRATS TO WIN Cheney for the last Ij years ani believe him perfectly honorable in all business The Louisville Times has received a transactions and financially able to carry comiiunicatioii from Mr R T Irvine a out an obligation made bv their firm prominent lawyer of Rig stone iap Ya W it st A TuiAX Wholesale Druggists formerly of Richmond Ky He says Toledo O I notice what purp irtsto le an inter Waliini Kinnan Marvin Whole view with Oast J C Brvant of Ashland sale Druggists Toledo O in which he stated that he had lecently Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intrinallv lieen to this pi are and that the people acting directlv upon the blood and muhere wanted toaasGea Hardin defeated cous surfaces Price 75c ol the system If Capt Rrvant and the other enemies of Tesper bottle Sold by all Druggists tien Hardin are as far wrong in other timonials free like statements as in ths one the friends of Gob Hardin need have no fear con IF TROUBLED WITH RHElMA cerning his election Gen Hardin has REM THIS valuable interests and has spent much of his leisure time here witain the past few Annmoiis MI Apii 16 iiya I years and if there is a man woman or have used Chamberlains Pain Balm for child of any political party here who rheumatism and fount it o he a11 that is does not want to see him made the next claimed lor it I belitve it to be the bet Governor of Kentucky I am not aware of preparation lor rheumaism and deep it There are inanv ex Kentuckians seated muscular pains on the market and liviug here and all I believe are for cheenully recommend it to the punlic If the Democrats among sound money Jso G Brooks them were at this time citizens of Ken- Dealer in boots shoes etc No IS Main St tucky they would be found working for ALSO RKAD THIS the election of Hardiu and to prevent Micuanicsville St Mary County Kcnncky from falling into the hands of Md I sold a bottle ot Ckaaabei Bradley ami the Republican party P rii Halm to a man who had been luflVt It needs but a brief residenc in Virginia and but a meager acquaiutance ing with rheumatism foi several years It A J McGlLL with the history of the State since the made him a well man le at 50 cents per bottle by Hagans war to imbue one with the awful conse Â¬ could HeVs was a religion whili prav- - at the same time it is doing Never ostentatious she left her work- - to speak for her Her limitations as to health prols ebty interfered somewhat with her prom inence in State and Nation but they Stay not have lessened largolv the intrinsic value of her work A previously enleebled state of the sys tem resulting from overwork during the hot weather and an acute- stoma h attack in August left her unable to resist aa exposure to the typhoid germ After fighting the disease for several das alone a physician was called in on Sept loth her husband was summoned home by telegraph the next day and later her son was called from the Cniversity of Chicago and a sister and husband from Cumberland iap The best efforts of physicians and trained nurses were unavailing At tiiJO a Sept fltth the dav she had planned to go to the YV C T C State Convention she was re- and those who knew her iest were left in tears H Â¬ Â¬ 111 written by Mahone Brady and Kiddle berger will not soon die out of the memory of the people and is sufficient to keep the State solidly Democratic for many years to come Our party is as badly divided in this State as in Kentucky on themonev question but in all matter of State and local go eminent the experience of the past prevents division For tln se reasons the tnckianein the Old Dominion among whom is the wiiter arc- watching with ihsorling inteiest the great eOBteat now going on in their native State ami are hoping for the triumphant election of Oen Hatdin ami the Democratic ticket R T Ikvink Â¬ Â¬ - Eudys File Suppository to cure Piles and Constipation or monev refunded 50 cents per box Send two stamps lor circular and Free Sample to Mai tin Rudy Registered Hiarmacist Iapci ter Pa No Po taU Answered For sale by all first class dinggl ts even where and in Berea K bv S E Welch Jr 7 6 is guaranteed Â¬ lirSi m The U S Govt Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others If vou desire a luxurious growth o healthy hair of a natural color natures crowning ornament of both ses use only Halls Vegetable Silician Hair Ren ewer WORTHY YOUR CONFIDENCE in it HOW S THIS The success of Hoods Sarsaparilla conquering scrofula in whatever way may FJ j Â¬ Â¬ manifest itself is vouched for b thousands who were severely afflicted by this prevalent disease but who now rejoice over a permanent cure bv Hoods Sarsaparilla Scrofula may appear as t humor or it mav attack the glands of the neck or break out in dreadful running sores on the body or limbs Attacsire the mucous membrane it may develop in o catarrh or lodging in the lungs lead to con umption Come as it may a faithful course of treatment with Hoods Sar sarilla will overcome it for working upon the foundation of all etif aci impure blood the system is clarified and vitaliz d and vigor strergth and health restored to the body If con want to be nobby and well wear he Blue Grass Hat Wallace ft Rice 14- - are snowing the very attest style- - all bOBghl in the last ten elavs You Bat the BBBl ant newest A tgh goods at S5 A bbtek or bine bearer jacket our pride at si 50 Dor Leader it in roflBh or villi u it K in ii wi want to s ur Cane at 490 and y dont cc mt tto miss our Cape at So Misses Jacket i Mi an pric T iron v- p p fal see onr Carpets and HI Cloths All new this seam and a look LBN Curtains at SI 35 f 50 800 -- J - J250 3 00 a pair that are w ll worth In ore uioiiev e I - Our 500 Our 750 Our S9C0 lenlil i V value iaekt t in i - 11 - T lr j v mi Math r iZZ trV rrJ iffl a See J A i Im i TA i Mifim B s - V Wv V j i T I ISMu our Corset at oV U A i Corsets at I Corsets at 175 fcl50 aad 325 The Jaekson Corset Wai-t- - the only nnine one old that by us Mi 75c Ladies at 1 50 have lots of ooda that we liave not looted the prices on as we have not th- pace bat come in and see as Will show you that we will save you money 111150 P -- e MS Awarded Highest Honors World DR Fair ME ld V- - -- Â¬ WW CREAM z fW mm IltMl Z f j eiTb M m FINISH K iTSJs m irtLI For 14 Year We have Kept Imitators BAKING POWDER l ousy GRC Â¬ 7mm g PARIS 7 Albert Linings t K m m sntJ m S mm Â¬ quences possible in a Southern State under Republican ai ation The Virginia Phan MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powd ir Free from Ammonia Alum or any othw adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD Our ifl Kid Glove iffalairtL Our 140 Kid m ia ana our nam on sMvag ill a ss oawav i1 J j Si B Y 2 vbb Dr I Weulit Far Uihest Prices Cream Baking- Powder - AUdal and Dipioaia i gEPaIFJraIFirFjie m Tf JlMe iiisjeijSiiSaiiiiiJ agrafe lapia BH THE CLIMAX FRKNCH TIPTnN I T a chnrcli In 1785 the South Elkl was fouuded the firs Association Kiutor - Keeutucky wag of the Gilberts creek cbi that Mr Ranck wrote a pamplet I COUMKNTS OS AKMKR - rriLinaEu ruv wedkebday bt Co TKAJt KATll 1 TITTS SPtEtH Th8 Climax Printing PIIKK STATK IKH DKNiM f150 iKKT acraor WAT HARDIN of Mercer For Lieut Governor RT TYLER of Fulton teaburer R C FORI of Clay V udltor LC NRM AX of Boone r Remoter of the Land Office - SaM an olil Ikinxrat yesterday Burnam ha more sense than 1 tlio lit had we asked lows that Well he jot up to make a sp Monday in the Court house anil scared hall t death and the moi Bi talked the BJSBSB scared he not enough to ijuit helore he had sen much g B1 For Attorney General W J HKVDRICK of Fleming For Secretary of Slate HFNRV S HALF of Ora1ei ruction RTFKTHoMI ION icr ville B KEI f I fKr r N r kaha Set r JOHN rtGOODLOf i I CHEMAU1 mi AMF Ii nn K MllMKN IiVkl ilMKV rt housc Precinct WALKER VnterMty Precmci Tutt d Another IViiiocrat said have as much sense as 1 thought lie r he would not have attempted t anvthiiig at all Still another man said he tho Tutts seecli made Goodloe and ault at least fifty votes among tin silver element When Tutt announced that he u a lis not tell a lie on the stuiuii said to hiiuself well now what f these things he has bean telling i the stump said an If 1 can catch his idea Tutt wants to go to tor Legislature solely to regulate the 1 from way hut ury the the Nat Kepublicaus regulateil Trca urv alter Cleveland s first te dont think his regulating would sui people of Kentucky STAND I t MasHon c i ra lV YiiUK PRIM IPLES WEUMCSDAY d or If you are a DeaMerat vote the P cratic ticket and vote it from begfa the eminent Franca scientist to end If you are a Democrat yet vote the llemooatic ticket tiom b ning to end Virginia is at ii Mahoiic The Ieiuocratie ticket represents n Cuba hut stained mo truthful n ciple ami if a Deaaoerat fails to su the ticket he trices a black eye t thing which he has all his life souj sustain Dont look at the candidate and s Tab Iantagraph and the parrot are with men- - talkee Mellican unichee wont vote for kiln because I don He represent him HTsonallv party and party organization Tin setts Deaaocratic eoneen- - necessity wiug New Yorks demands Once a party of overnment sui v were making a survey on the p The Pantagraph has worn oot seventeen They had a hand cart with an odoi hats within tvo weeks talking attachment to measure the dista Thev set out one morning and p through them the cart till noon In the afternoon women took more interest in turned the cart and pushed it by w IMn the Lexington registration than white rest from pulling At night thev women and will raavjeqaeatly vote onlv two miles of taking If of the i ter all they had recorded in the forei in November beeauae in the afternoon they had Tubes fourths of the Republican party ed the cart in the opposite direction in hlclimoii I is colored and half of that the morning work Just so with a lit returned by the Sheriff as de- - ocrat who would vote the Kepuh ticket would unwind what he ban wound on the political ball M iKHTatie convention If you are a Democrat and lieliev I free stiver demand States Kights and oppose centraliz ed the reliieinent of pajer money and of power vote the Democratic ticket ined the A P A If you are I Iemocrat and o It is too bad lor a nice young man like the iniquitous forte bill vote Mr Tut Bui Bam to Bet everlastingly ocratie ticket If vou are a Denaot IBt and are opt hut then to bringing upon Kentucky that u he should have known better than to the Republican patty has brought tun New York vote the Democratic tick silver men all over the State Tin Pantagraph continue to see a s in the legislative and Vote for the ticket regardless of the that the ticket was nominated on s - but alter the election it Sound money nit irledge that it a few mine platform over the State will vole for leo Ha notwithstanding the fact that he is a lilt SAWK Willi I ITT silver man These concessions the aetata must make or lose the Mate t - the itch and h vvat Republicans When we say that erhur watch and when le - not scratch silver men or sound money meu in lie - winding and so is in nniisiiallv over the State will not turn BJ man Tin the wa their paths of duty because of t with ii nominee Barnaul -- kept financial differences we mean that day and night and then will get greater part of them will and the endeavoring to make promii is that all ought to United i i Â¬ 1 Wg Stand etc Vote the straight ticket preserve ye oMen time an Irishman came to In cation add to what vou I negro to accom already builded Fight oppn pany him as valet He was wealthy and the shape of a high protective tarifi Frenchman VVIieu the BUSBS of the force bill in thesl the people ask wio the line of centralization of ower he told them he llinFieicliuian When they at ked if he Nkrlch of a huitl umaii Wlio is G Ban not mistaken Kascaa woiill reply no sal cane ls a Frrarh ill no Mrs hue Maude Hodge BBShori I knows lust BO when the Cherry Valley Ashtabula county Igraah says Tutt Sanaa in ten Bentesahei 6th is Iieing fifty s minutes demolished Bfeckiuri yeasa and nineteen days old at thetin hiieech The Iantagraph is a Trench her death Her parents were Byuaaa man il and Berlinda M lireen who came sep aratery into Northern Ohio while it was Till SANK rHkiWHKKE almost a wilderness the ioimer from Western New York the latter from New re Kepuhlican- - whert- - Hampshire and henst viu tiud em Both were por but Isth exceedingly ne iii Kentucky that they industrious and after their marriage New York Here is a copy of one they together overcame the obstacle of if their iattt New York lawB forest inuddv roads and difficult commu That all persons within the jurisdicnieatioti with the outside world to the ill be entailed to the extent of providing themselves with a tion of tin- full ami epial accommodations advaiita-i-ilitie- s well improved farm with an excellent and privileges of inns res dwelling but the latter was swept awav eating bouse bath by fire with nearly all the contents taura houses barber shops theaters music when the insurance had expired halls public convevance on land and Mr oeeii as the oldest of the family water and all other places of public acÂ¬ had lteen left the real head of the commodation or amusement subject family of eight when but sevonly to the conditions and limitations enteen yeais old omng to the established by law and applied alike to ethers dissipation The son had all citizens slight school advantages but gained a Now gentle reader if you are a voter common education and was recognized as will you vote for a party who would in one of the strongest characters in that Kentuckv enact that New York law rtgion Â¬ 1 mmiim miiit KIKK8V1IIE ilass Smith and Violet Smith returned to I exington to complete her MILLS FOR SOUND MONEY The drouth still prevails and water is The bride was 70 yuan oU and j course at CalhounsH BfUM Ixnsr to Be Counted WltB Kid Black ini Phil Meighan who has been vis getting to be a scarce article the groom 74 years of age i ITY the Sixteen to One People rxiov Miss Klla Parks ot Richmond visited oi Richmond otheiating iting her giandmother Mrs S J Martin Senator Mills of Texas has heretofore No mention has leen madr of the been class d as a supporter of free coin- Â¬ It still remains very dry so dry farm- - will leave for Lexington this morning to relatives here last week Sie was a hath of Susanna Walton join her husband meeting closed ior age at 16 to 1 If he ever beUeved in this The Sanctified are late sow ing grain daughter of W It Walton Ami died eis by study will close Tuesday night It has been a doctrine he has been convinced dangers ong is visiting her sister Mrs Bettie tugnaf st ii age lo years fUmed near folly and j good meetiug and has done more good and thought of its misunderstanding Her disease wis consump at Danville Inioti City That there may be no JOES LICK for this community than anv other meet She was a member of the Baptist he has just written a letter to the chairtion Corn cutting is about over and the This celebrated knob stands out grand- ing in ten years lias done About 65 man of th Democratic state committee Her father has decided now fanners ready for sowing grain if it would ly huih singly majestically and alone in the have leen sanctified or felt forgiveness of Texas in which he states his position that he is left alone to break no bOUBB rain Southwestern part of Madison county of sins clearly and forcibly Here are some exping Severe late pieces of tobaeeo were and is so high it can lie seen plainly from 10 Mr Hudley Hendricks a respected cerpts from his letter of Sept ruined by heat last week I object to the silver standard being bills of Clays Ferry a distance of twenty citizen of this place breathed bis last Delayed rkMrn with her miles or more ulirac iUln We who live near it do Sunday morning Oct tb iSH He has adopted in lieu of the existing standard OTTOS SI HO creditors out J lust Thnrsdav hnrtniL her considerahlv not realize its grandeur but to strangers been a sufferer for manv years being because it will defraud all debts Evwife o j Mc Mrs Lucretia C of one hal the value of their am of beauty a sur t it is a picture a scene He was 7 years ery debt contracted since Jan 1 1879 ufiiictiid with cancer incin otton com mission merchant of Win incent still out nines ill having nrise Growing on its sides and even to old anil leaves a idow and seven chil- Â¬ was contracted on the gold standard at this place visiting relatives been confined to his home nearly a veer its summit is the graceful pine the fll dren six boys ami a girl He wasa memThe debtcr honestly owes the value of 1 here v Kilge is thickly settled oak the ceder and ash and other trees ber of the Baptist Church and lived a 2322 grains of gold for every dollar lf Uark isbardll chicken range vet there are is honestly At its base the voiing idea is taught how The family have the promised and the creditor it was pro Â¬ Christian life Mr San visiting her relat still new buildings going UP entitled to receive it When new school bouse around toahootina sympathy of the people of the commu- posed years ago to demonetize all the lames Taylor olOarrard was here vis- - it r hut bought 14 aereaof land of lives the quiet farmer and the old nity Peace be to his ashes coined silver of the world and suppress loiig at S4i per acre He will iting last week Kentuckv negro cabin can lie seen with 1 B Walker and brother are getting the further coinage of that metal I rect anew house oisisite the school Fountain Whittaker who has been smoke coming from the chimneys and theii stock ready for their sale which is joined with other friends of silver in h use in MBtnra No 4 down with typhoid lever is improving ne jtte pickaninnies playing about denouncing the monstrous proposition on Saturday Oct 12th Mr CUvton aulers sold his farm to rapidly the door The hawk and crow and buz because it was an attempt to doable the T T T Mrs Margarel ludor at S40 per acre zard make their homes its trees and rocks debts of the world and to bring all OF debts in this country contracted on a pauunvvix the opossum ami coon claim it for a resThe meeting conducted by Brothers per standard much of it at less than 50 idence It ft peak to admire a place to ami isjzemore at Liberty church at Mr Graaai Stocker has returned home Iike Remaining unclaimed in the Pot Office cents on the dollar to par with gold Is FortyBuckeye closed last Saturday after a few weeks absence in LexingtOB elevate our ideas and an everlasting K for the week ending not the proposition now to substitute the We give yon a few items from it Richmond hill seven additions foitv tive to he bantiie and otner points silver dollar on the silver standard for Oct 8 iSgt same that we all Mr Terry Perkins Jr is piite ill at this point this week Thos Sebastian and brothers Mr Maggie Adams L C Atwood Luticia that gold dollar the Joe Creekinore is one of our hardest condemned except it is the creditor now his bote near bare We have been unof Missouri William and James Cotton Armstrong Tuvenia Armstrong who is to be the victim instead of the lit is and has been for some workers are visiting relatives in Oarrard and able to learn what is his trouble Wn Bauesteiw I L Bailey Victoria debtor then time hauling logs off the knob from BallevThey lived in Gar n Madison counties Messrs Clark and Ooforth have Jane Batia Miss C K Benton No persons would receive the least rard county thirty live years Ban made the young which to have lumber made to build an Ceorge Beasley J N Bolan isixi John benefit from the change of standard to two recent occasions eople of the neighborhood quite happy addition to his dwelling A F Sanders is agent iorMarkTn silver except the man who owes 100 Bronson - Bush Mr Tv ne Roberta is as busy as a jsjtato by inviting tiem in to Apple Pealinga He has a fine lot oi ap dors nursery Diana Clark Mollie Carts Josee and cents and wishes to pay it with 50 He be pe ncurh pear plum vines cherries Both lealings were well attended and bug with his corn and sugar cane and Job BBSS Cheiiault Sarah Christian John would under the silver standard one able half to discharge his debt by paying Yet he takes time to L Coffee 8am Coffee a quantity of apples made ready oilier farm woi k strawberries ready to transplant this fall quite This would be a of what ha promised of Trustees Rosctta or next anting Mr Sanders is proud of for drying Mr Woodson Masters also act as Chairman oi the Itoard Mrs Puruilla Curry itwo scheme to enrich one half of a commuon Thursday night of the district school and do many other Curry Mary Curry Willie Durbin Iealini his agency and will lie glad to take your had a nity by despoiling the other half Wherwhich was much enjoyed This m ciiis public duties M K rder it ever S3 small Funnel Mrs Enema Klinore ever there is a debtor there is a credit- Mr John Barrett is working a cane Alex Fuibusle Ausaw Foster or and ho is entitled to the same prolast Moudav morning as Miss Lena to he an expeditious way of accomplish ing such work tection as the debtor Congress lias the mill making sorghum for the farmers Iouev Oldham Salbe Odonald Palmer was OB her way t scIuhi in His power to discharge insolvent debtors by Mr Frank senders was seized with Miss Fannie Park U B Park Mrs F No 4 a loose horse on the pike be- id Mr Add Creekinore is the controlling adoption of the P O Pegon Mrs a bankrupt law but the ame irighteiied at a bicycle and ran quite a seven- spell of cramp eolk on last spiiit rear Joes creek and is a man of H Park G L Peck silver statdard now would discharge all down the pike frightening the horse she I Thursday while working in sugar cane influence and aliiirs A safe business I shiadski William Stewart solvent debtors from one half the oblilie was nn man and a gentleman of the old school She sus- - at Mr It ine Isbehs faun 0 K Kelva Pattie A I Kit c A S gation of their contracts even though was riiing throwing her Bice School will be able to secure a doctor and suffered lor tained severe injuries as a class they might be the wealthier Bev Napoleon reckmore lives on one several boms Geo Smittle F F Smith J T Stone part of the community suspended until she recovers side of the high mountain ami preaches I object to the silver standard again Mr Lawaou Reynolds w ho has been the old fashioned Baptist doctrine to the Miss Lillian Simrall On last sunday morning Mr James because it is not the standard of the Jno Terrill Mrs Sallie Todd since the the early spring has V intent and a tenant oa bis place had a in Illinoi j OIle wrker allli ktels thines H Watts country vith which we conduct our Mrs Jaspsd Walker l Vincent mid returned boo disDUte over sowing grain says moving wherever he goes Although a Mr hiteH S White largest commerce terms Jefferson White Harret t t ll Ixxiiuer be could whip any Moi the common To trade on equal great sutlerer pbmically he manages to Fiank T J White He get measure of value should be as nearly as and invited his tenant down VNOIA meet his appointments regularly and Persons calling fur above will please possible oi a par with that of its corre- wilh a knife down and made at Vincent q aUi w iatlIv does a great ileal oi preaching at other sav advertised sponding nation whose medium is in a knocking Vincent down and cutting bun jJrI points wij J B WLLIS P M sound state The reason for it is as he Tliey were scpa- though not seriously The farmers are preparing for winter Mr A L SBV8 he tired oi being asked says being of universal value it will rated about those ss He has laid them aside as best thev can and will trv and lessen REPUBLICANS CAN No LONGER seep itself on a general level flowing ont from where it is too high into parts the suffering both thev and their stock soiid frost iwiDCE THE WAVE OF PK where it is lower Gold is the common experienced last winter ik mi i A good crowd attended the lecture Sun FERITY measure i f value of the people with Lain - needed v ry badly here The day night Alex Baxter has his new house under Nearly every one now wears Whom we carry on nine tenths of onr neighbors me very busy ratlin turn occupy it blue ribbon- Iaiiolians believe IB cold rxif and will soon be ready to A Washington special savs ex Con foreign bads and according to the Several wagons aie running the tan water Mr Wiley kurns has been in Clay greasman Mabory of Michigan is in the principles enunciated by him gold Shingles are the lest bark road yet should be our standard M it has been moon county tor several weeks on busines The farmers have utilized the city for a few days He arid toa party since the lays of Jackson Van Buren Hade in this part oi the country except light nights by cutting their corn by H T of trienda that tlie people in the West Polk Pierce and Buchanan except durWe have the best moon shine thus saving their odder in horse jockeying are enjoying an era ot prosperity and ing the war period from 1861 to ls7 jockey twn in the country pinch belter condition that every indication points to a contin- when paper was the standartL If we K lll K If H Settles little boy lephtoa bad of it John Abill the old gunsmith of EsThe prosperity lie says supplant gold with silver then we have The Blue Lick and Kingston nines uation the end ot his linger bitten ott by a hog till died last week over loin score years has come to stay and Republican polit- - two standards of value for all the artijoined their forces and placed a name of itst week His wife also bad a thorn are forced to admit it It will dee that we export Cotton and wheat baseball with the Big Hill nine on Bar- cians will be bought in this country by the broken off in her hand which is very Lafayette Walton ha been ijuite ill kers Lam last Saturday which was an certainly redound to the good of the silver standard and sold in Europe by painful Another thing said the gol I standard Democratic part v for some nine lie seems to have nD I exceeding interesting game that was There must be be The hope of joy the nope of eii e trouble He is a haul worker an a go k i witnessed hv a large crowd of people Mr Mabury the prosperity wave has tween them standards constant fluetua With the Christian does not citizen and his frienda wish fur speed The score resulted in 41 tt i7 in favor of rather knocked out the tree silver lii ns Tv o lhinls of all our cotton must live ia nope my Christian brother be exported and sold by gold value The advoratoa recover Blue Lick he Savior always around yon hover T B Harrison Jr of Iewis county price of the whole crop at home and There w ill be preaching at Bear Wal A Beefing was h Friday evening at savs the situation in Kentucky is improv- abroad will be fixed by the gold standlvil temptation always despise low Saturday night and Kundaj it ihe Blue Lick school house for the pur ing and that the indications point to the ard but very pound of it will be sold And youll wear a crown above the a m by the silver pose of piotest ing against the closing oi election of the Democratic ticket miseries with a hope ot ii your We by Ameiican farmers Standard When the American farmer rganised here the road which leads to the Berea and A Sunday school a as love are all right on the money question ees cotton quoted at so many cents or Let everybod help on the Kingston pike The universal desire of nd receive vou i reward in heaven alio v e Sunday said he and vou can set it down that ence pet pound m Liverpool he knows work neighborhood is to continue the road Kentucky w il send a soiind aiouey del this tisl help those that live in de pair that it is so much in gold but he does Prof B C Adams will ioac his series as il SOU is That only have hope in iielis of night egation to the next Democratic national nut km bow much the silver will of lessons in vocal musK tonight Ihe The opinion ot most of the farmers is convention be worth with which he will be paid air fi r hs cotton class has made good program Instead of legitimate lrot that the chestnut will he plentiful this The sweetest hope OB earth to me i business exchange where every one stock of year but not large in size and probably Adams has just DHIVI Is the hrisiian Iiok- - of eternity SCARLET FEVER knows with what value he parts and general men handise into tlie I eeds house very wormy We all will see its brightest of ali what he tseetres our prodncts will be and asks lor a reasonab le share of the When deaths cold wave makes a call W 0 Butler Hr Secretary of the sold by a system ot commercial gamHarrows are busy preparing the ground Board of Health reports about fourteen bling with a Bnetaatfng standard by for wheat sou ing Our ivs will tackle Peavine again to public patronage tTt of scarlet fever in town but the which the producer must in every in- day for a match game we look lor them Mr Field Oolding is up and around kLKAST majority of them in a very mild form stance badefraaded ai k home with sail hearts again after a long ill 11 Believing that the silver standard Mr and Mis D are visiting Every precaution is being taken to pit Mir olls and apple peelings are very Mr Flisha Robinson is well again we old uiv injerfc ns so the people of l tr relatives in Cvuthiaua vent the spread of tlie disease fashionable with our buys and gii ire glad to state placards are being put upon the boones Ino United States sad especially to Mr W B Ivev of Alabama wa the since wining we are sorry to sav that The anniversary of the Pilot Knob that part ot them eiiKiified in growing wh sre the fever is locattd Nicholasv ilie home witl heads guest of Mi s llatlie Mitchell last week Sunday school will take place on the first cotton I am unwilling to take any or iiovs returned Kev J K Boatman will preach at the Sunday in November instead of next Journal steps in legislation calculated to imperil low n that great industry upon which the welBiythe school bouse the third Sunday Sunday as I had it in your last Vary beavj frost here Monday asorn ONLY EVIDENCE fare of my constituency so greatly de afternoon di this month farewell to roasting corn on cobs Ignite a number of our people were ing pends Mrs William Martin is visiting friends isitors to your place Monday The only evidence of life in tlie Kepuh n Uichiuond ii iiTOX Two Pleasant Kuiims Many our farmers have been cutting lican campaign iu Kentucky is the claim Miss Marguerite Mitchell who has corn at night in order to save tlie fodder that they will carry Breathitt county were married bevel The oldest couple Unfurnbbed to rent at 227 trd St Good St Louis Republic set Thursday we have heard of for quite been visiting her home in Calesst lias before a rain board car be had in the same building if COKRrBPONUKNGK awhile Icol - ffffffffffffjjjjflH v 1 ttt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ ng ITY QUANTITY RICES Â¬ Â¬ LIST LETTERS Â¬ I - IE PIT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PARLEYING ads of families that if they hase of their supplies for the LL We make no promises is hov we will save yoi m r yard Bleached Cotton yard wide r yard wid Islaml Cotton yard A No All Wool Flannels 20c per yard All Wool Red Flannel 9fe per yard Checked Cottons verv good for 5e per yard Past Colors Turkey Bed Table Dania k 25e per yard Jlie liisrirest Towel on earth rrjc a piece one for Toe Bed Comforts a A Â¬ v nod 1 Si Â¬ oil 111 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Wool Plaids for dreaan or shirt waists Wool Ilails for dresses i hirt waists Sovelty Dress Pattern- - in Mohairs uj to v Novelty Mohairs ap t 150 yard lack Brocaded Satin Dat bess lor kirts r full i and yard l o Ml 11 --- OODS t Ladies Vest for suit- - at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v Jnderwear money In st rite ever sold 15e up Childrens Inim Suit- - at 60 cents well worth 2JM well worth i J alio- - Union Suit hildreos Vests ami Drawers froa Â¬ 1 vv at kt BLANKETS at 4 A good hlanket at 1300 A good Blan Filler Down Comforts at IfiJMX Filler D i i Â¬ v Â¬ i was more mindful of tlie real comfort of her lipase hold and no son ever received more loving and intelligent training than hers She bath done what she could religion which prays at lleVs was the same time it is doing Never ostentatious she left her works to speak for her Her limitations as to health prob- Â¬ ably interfered somewhat witli her prom inence in State and Nation but they mav not have lessened largsly the intrinsic value of her work A C L Burns TELEPHONE NO Co 10 Â¬ LiL IP sIe 5 -- Suite IU butts and f 12 Suits Our line of 15 Suits we call our Wig cannot lie beat See our Doyr BDTffl ar tt zo thev cant be leat anrrri Overcoats and 750 10 12 50 and lo Boys rrrooati and Ulsters 3 store that are world beaten at 5 G and 7 50 that are Bate ami Caps in the latest styles and the very lowest prices world beaten Frees 75c an to the verv best rne iING 1 ll previously enfeebled state of the sys Â¬ TUKKTSHN KVU krH EM ALL M I To definitely ipiestioii of prize eriioi Iulbertson BBsaaVer and in and finallv settle the fighting in Texas ov called the Legislature two hours BBBBsi a law making prise fighting a felony There m voters against the wereoulv bill That settles the iiestiou in Texas and the big house in Dallas built especially for the proposed great fight is for sale cheap r run with so much open Tex anil extreme demoralization that the to aljoli h all forms of ganibling Corbett-Kitz-B0U- Â¬ ipping place I Ten M Texas was note la its wide open day and night gambling laouaea that a lvertb m the daily papers and by filming the walls along e most BSeretty conducted bouses are systematically raidetl The Inie tar S te may ere long be as moral as New Kugland THE WllliNti MiM A Â¬ THE EAK Baptist minister writes the Western lisville that Iro rhtirrh in Clark county known as the Travelling church Iecause it was orgsinized in Virginia and came in a body to Kentui k an that Guorge W Kanek of I exingtou has written a peaeuhiat oa uuar that any Baptist mi should be so grievously mistaken The Traveling cliurcb is the old tiilberts chtich between ljticaster and rd It was brought out from Vir paiu in 17K1 as an organizeil inxlv by William Kills the military leader Raw ew is ruig was the religious leader It was the first organ lied Bap Â¬ tist church in Kentucky n Bev I raiif csBooved to Kikborn and louadod 1 The four daughters were given fair advantages though two ot them did not take their college course until after marLue the oldest almost idolized riage her father and the exerience with intemperance in the family which imposed her father so heavy burdens while but a lad doubtless had to do with that lifelong persistent intelligent work in the cause of temiereiice Partly recovering from a fit of sickness brought on at sixteen years ot age hy violent efforts at a time of forest and field fires ami followed by a life of partial invalidism she received an academic edu cation at Orwell Academy and Orand Kiverlnsitute both in hernaive CO insterer iiiL this with several terms of unusually successful work as at eacher in country schools much of the time boarding around N It was at Oread Bluer Institute in Austinburg that she first met I V Hodge whose borne was twenty miles from hers ami whose youth was similarly checkered Both were then twenty one years of age This acquaintance scion determined the future of two lives and two yeais later June 15 M82 the marriage took place at the brides home Bith had prepared for college but was then almost unknown in their neighborhoods The wjr was then in progress and colleges were decimated The new husband was many years the BBBl of bis family financial loss had come his parents were advanced in ami the couple went to the home of the grooms father looking forward to a life on the farm In s4 Mr Hodge took his musket and went to the front and Mrs Hodge alternate between tlie homes of her own The war her huslauids parents rmer life was resumed But a growing dissatisfaction with the educa- Â¬ Â¬ tem resulting from overwork during the hot weather and an acute stomach attack in August left her unable to resist au After exposal to tlie typhoid germ fighting tlie disease for seveial days alone pbysician was called in on Sept 15th her husband was summoned home by telegraph the next day ami later ber son was railed from the Iniversitv of Chicago and a sister Bad husband from umlierlaiid iap The best efloits of Â¬ written by Malione Brady and Hiddle berger will not soon die out of the inein- orv of the people and is surlicient to keep tlie State solidlv Iiemocratic for many years to come Our party is as badly divided in this state as in Kentuckv on thefinonev question but in all matters of State and local government the experience of the past pievents division For these reasons the em Ken tinkians in the old Dominion among whom is the writer are watching with absorbing interest tlie great coottst now uing on in their native State ami are Imping for the triumphant election of ien Hatdin and the Democratic ticket R T Ikvixk Â¬ Rudys Piic Suppository is guaranteed to cine Piles and Constipation or monev refunded 50 cents per box Send two stamps for circular and Free Sample to Martin Rudy Registered lhaimacist Lancaster Pa No Postals Answered For sale by all first class druggists evert where and in Berea Ky bv S E Welch Jr 7 6 r A Aa Jfc V C A JL j a f- t- m jfr rtv V Z eh ftrsrV J 3 ansa n - ansa Hf O VKL aa F BBBBBBBBB aBVaBBBa A The U show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others If vou desire a luxurious growth o healthy hair of a natural color natures crowning ornament of both seas use only Halls Vegetable Silician Hair Renewer WORTHY YOUR CONFIDENCE in it S Govt Reports - 4 f T fy A f 2 un Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ g manifest itself is vouched for b thousands who were severely afflicted by this prevalent disease but who now re ioice over a permanent cure bv Hoods Cheney for the last lj years ani believe Sarsaparilla Scrofula may appear as z him perfectly honorable in all business humor or t mav attack the glands of the Tlie Louisville Times has received a transactions and financially able to carry neck or break out in dreadful running communication from Mr B T Irvine a out anv obligation made bv their firm sores on the body or limbs Attackii g prominent lawyer of 15ig Hone Gap Ya West Tklax Wholesale Dru the mucous membrane it may develop of Kichuiond formerlv Ky He Brya Toledo O in o catarrh or lodging in the lungs lead I notice what airports to be KB inter Marvin Whole- to consumption Walmno Kinnan Come as it mav a faithview with Capt J C Brvant of Ashland oledo O sale Druggists ful course of treatment with Hoods Sar i n which lie stated that he had lecently Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally sarilla will overcome it for working upon lieen to tliis place and that the people acting directlv upon the blood and mu- the foundation of all diseaes impure here wanted to see lien Hardin defeated cous surfaces ot Price 75c blood the system is clarified and vitaiiz it the svstem If Capt Bryant sad tlie other enemies of per Sold by all Druggists bottle Tcs and vigor strength and health restored to Gen Hardin are as far wrong in other the body timoniuls free like stateiieuts as in ths one the friends l vou want to be nobby and swell wear oftien Elardm need have no fear con- IF TROUBLED WITH RHEUMA the Blue Grass Hat Wallace v Rice 14- cerning his election ien Hardin has TI VI READ THIS valuable interestw and lias spent much of Awarded his leisure time here witsin tlie past few Annaioiis MI Apn 16 ikjx I Highest Honors Worlds Fair and if there is a man woman or have used Chiinberlaif Pain Balm for j child of any political party here who rhennnttsm ami Ioiin t it o lw all that ic does not want to see him made the next claimed lor it I helit ve it to be the best rover nor of Kentuckv I am not aware of preparation lor rheumaism aid deep it There are mativ ex Kentuckians seated muscular pains on the market and living here and all I believe are for cbeeriuliy recommend it to the public If tlie Democrats among sound money Jno fi Brooks them were at this time citizens of Ken- Dealer in boots shoes etc No IS Main St tuckv they would be found working for also rkjvd this the election of Harliu and to prevent Mlchanicsville St Mary County Kentucky from billing into the hands of MJ sold a bottle ot Chimbe Bradley anil the Bepohlhaui party It needs but a brief resilience iu Vir- Pan Balm to a man who had been sufferginia ami but a meager acquaintance ing wilh rheumatism for several years It A McOni with the history of the State since the made him a well mm e at 50 cents per bottle uy Hagans war to imbue one with the awful -Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ physicians and trained nurses were unavailing At VM a in Sept 2Mb the HOWS THIS day she had planned to go to the YV C We offer One Hundred Dollars ReT V state Convention she was re-Â¬ leased and those who knew her best ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv Halls Catarrh Cure were left in tea H F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O FORMER KKNTUCKIANS ASNIOUS We Ihe undersigned have known r OB THE DEMOCRATS TO WIN -- yig siryj - r The success of Hoods Sarsapsrilla conquering scrofula in whatever wav may t t o mir i ne verv Micsr viis t innut m tho A black or blue beaver iket- - nV He a A Bt 85 roul m -You wan o see our Cp st 60 and rooMosr vv t to mis is at an prices irom r-- Ui t see our vn aroets an I lil Department a look Lsee Curtains at 25 il 50 KOO -- JL S250 si IK H Ollir i Our 500 t els irt Our 750 v or ln t i lontai 1 tlf aro T v- i A eWert iT MhBesacketrtU slK 1 Our 900 Vil le J rv I1 n i Vm1 Al in iiu iiiiur iu lit I jacket in vtooth JT V -v - iivt ouriniiren t Â¬ I m ixni v re j DBEB dsL vSVciladieiLKjairt - X S lnBw iz j AXVirk KCkSv bbbbb jz - I Baaaaak Sts tmt II -- lcAnorvl Vt IIV f ihtfi vd bulSf vv X5 0 sv i s DH t line one sod that by as Mi Ladies at 50 We have lots of that w have not auotod the prices on at we Itave not the space but cine in and see as we will show vou that we will save vou monev 150 P I Corsets al 475 H250 and 325 The Jackson prsei Wai ts the only 1 our Corset at 50c li i Cora 76e 0 Mifi vise IKHI Â¬ w CREAM saw 1 7 1 BAKING Â¬ POWDER YEARS THE STANPARO pa Hi For 14 V Wo have Kept Imitators wwwonBjMtiieM a ousy ins tBUHaasajBaT Our fl Gilbert Linings - GROS and conse PARIS 7 iw our nmm Eaton Mfvge SILK FINISh Â¬ quences pots Me n in a Southern State j Pharmacy MOST PERFECT MADE Kill Go fifejFT faLll Ihe and negro domination black chapter in Virginias history rif WM Effsa aasi Fr tffA an Rsalrsrin- Dnuiaa tiigh- - audri and Dilaa - k pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder frriiTi Ammonia Aliim fT anv nthpr Free i- ftriiilt-r-B- 40 mmsmi m Our 100 Kid Clove Sparrews in 1harrb Lafe f Kirhmuad Grass Fire grains mjJ iBffHa Fully two wagon loals of straw and H W I Hilpp prescription ist for On last Thursday a spark from an L MJBrJirHJandaj sfSJ trash were found lietween the roof aud Tudor Adams fc N I this place HT h B locomotive fired the grass Is the earnest almost agonizing cry of ceiling of the old Methodist church year ago died on last Friday u alongside the big treetle in the lower Weak tired nervous women and crowded which hurl been carried there by spar I misville after a brief suffering with - Trt memlow BBBM d in town Mondav TiirigfTiiiffiTaiEJTftlJsf town and soon gas works overworked struggling men Blight dif- Â¬ m raanv It was a regular tire trap Lan appendicitis His remains were taken to the trestle and Frather the Low were in ficulties ordinary cares household work ptiJs See local of lielt aud silver luckle rtlS caster liecord Lebanon for iuterment lie was ii years danger Squire Lowell happened to he Or daily labor magnify themselves iiito lm l old a graduate of the Louisville college Self rxulanatury iC r ran to the gas works and telephoned Seemingly impassable mountains farms to rent by H li iMllinghain oi liuitiuKcv and for a time president of t ie fire Department who This is simply because t he nerves are Elegant invitations have BOM received mil and ex id the alumni tinguished the Wane Several acres of Weak the bodily organs debilitated and ids here ad Isth pgeof to lays Cumax they do not grass were Consumed ftij Mr and Mrs A H Shirlev invite yon Hied at Wuru Mrs Banana Tudor nifanfJ Ad Tudor riot hers are selling out Bsbeaaaaaal at tba marriage of their Tbe Market doiililer Kaiheiiiie tjMr Virgil Henry died at Waco oa Sunday morning at I Feed the nerves If ym are at all interested in the mark- Â¬ proper nourishment Baird Wednesday October lti U oclock of eonsump lion aged about 31 ets oliserve our carefully levised report organs and tissues on rich red blood and at Nicbolaeville LjOp in athodial Church years Funeral preached at Flat Woods how soon the glow of health comes to the on 4th page of CuaUk Wheat corn Ky t church of which lie was a niemler pale cheeks firmness to the unsteady r sale OB I Monday morning by aider L H Bay oats rye cattle hogs wool sheep lambs hand and strength to the faltering limb 1 a ma tUy vs Jltkrrlcy nolds followed by interment iu the and other things produced by the farmer Oa last Saturday a line frame of base cfituch yard I creased leaves one child are reported trom all the larger ciiies iiiir i ontinnes with ball araaaaayed at M -- Tl rlejr between the nine months old She w ts the only such as Cincinnati Baltimore Toledo 11 the Cotirt h Cnion Cnv ami Moberley teams The Tl ey daughter of the late Berry Poer Her Pitts urg Buffalo and Chicago are reliable reports and can be depended Banal v Co at result was a decisive viciorv for Union mother survives bar City Iliiiii Civ at M tberlcy 7 Only N I a B depot upon 5 inn purifies vitalizes and enriches the blood lHr1 at Newbry aaaaa bbbk fifHii jbb bbbSBbI Ked II Harder hVoniun Baaaa vs Taiaa Citv at the latter plana and is thus the best friend to unfortunate M lames Lleuiandicd at New by post for sale publicly tad stuk An unusually elalxirate dinner was humanity Be sure to get Hoods and next Saturday otlice in Madison October fth Math that at High View the home of Mr only Hoods All druggists 1 six for 5 7 gad Buried Oateaaial Ol hraiiaa yeirs vesterday and Mrs William H Ilarber near Led nial for diiner pill and HrkTkrle Pi lie the barying ground He House on Monday of last week In st lrcshiteiiHii Church Mt at familv Y The it I S - a wife and several sons including Sterling celebrated its hundredth anni occasion was a family reunion The live BJJbJ k Iii a cent my it has Bryant Andy Sidney John and several brothers T B of Trenton Mo D M and children Robert and Harriet olCiii Monday Bight to I He was a member of the of hail nineteen pastors by Miss Newberry One of them in Texas Lcrryville Ky M M of Lichmond BBSn accompanied in the roai- jSJfj Mad S F near Union City and W EL Haraael I Little waa a native of Hi ti Christian Church and a IHMnocrat and daughter of Coiigiessinan Newberry ot been gradually failing for some time and dster Mrs Harvey Cobb I 18 l YV AnmiiH was iiioik Led House that city are visiting Governor and Mrs - nearly argued him bedfast for two or three months Goodloe brother of Mrs Ir had not been seat d at the same table for James B McCrearv that be will carry Smith tins place also from Madi probably forty years Besides them were Mr Mercer Berry and wife of Helton I nviilin son installed Mrs Lizzie Harber Mrs Susie Shanklin Mo Mam in Madison for a short time A 8ecial train over the L N I tgJsi iV P Trenton Mo Mrs M M Harber Mrs last week The late W K Berry of this pain era He T Si riuus Kirr W ill be run from Versailles to ftanaflnlil S F Harbor Mr and Mrs W C French place was his brother and Mrs Berry be little Mrs Monroe taar of Bourbon form on Sunday Kot rd pa sing Lichmonl and Miss French Mrs W H Harber was her sister They have lieen absent erly Miss Amelia Turner of this county at 925 Also one from Irvine to Braae fTJ nerty of Col Bob Hi and ilaaghUi of the late Iudley Trib- - fielil The Hairy iiinson monument at Mr and Mrs D S Harber and two sons twenty six years Miss Floiina Huguelv Mr W O Chen Mr Harvey Herd a prominent attorn the ke at iteivi a heav lorn by tire Saturday iiHlloes Chapel the only public luon ault and Kid T Martin The Mi ney of Fort Worth Tex is spending a Bight Hcrbrn burned with twenty ment erected to a colore day man in Kenline jacks two BOTBea a large ijiiartitv of tucky will be unveiled A donen or soari ladies are daughters of T B Mr few days here with old friends He re nted out of S F Miss ports great prosperity in the Iajiic Star wheat oats and all the farm iinpleinents more colored preachers from Ma lism French is a will Iluguely Is a granddaughter of Mrs Nate and a tine Democratic outlook His Tiie jacks were valued at 910000 and and other counties will lie present le Cobb D S is a son ol W EL and Mr citv went IiiKKI wet in the rectal local dofaWeaa had lieen sold at IBM of D S Chenault is the father-in-lae a verdict of each Male Trade Ixiss alxiut option election insurance There was no effort at speech making A N railroad for Smith it Turlev liverymen report the Miss Annie Pearson of Montgomery BEST MACKIT0SH Box and Cape Styles ALL PRICES mule trade x tter on Monday than lor The conversation was general and a Ala is with her aunt Mrs O A Ken Hume Aaia pie cnt regard the dav as one of so much nedy for a short visit The silvery rip Iriecs not much advanced at their The Hock of rViliuiueu that hied them sometime but demand greater Caritbers A Beard pleasure as never to Id forgotten pie of her contagious laughter has already to and re Tin y are two to three dollars chcipi r than THESE ARE BARGAINS sad you cannot afford to pass the i by iway totbe moontajna fur tinny fun Thomas Harber deceased a promibrought many admiring hearts to her No such iflMKlS CMD lie offered here for that price A bran new and latest styles No bold ovei nwliefe Bad lots of it gut what they went alter Lexington bought l7 at Laiaa immlier of mule colts on the nent farmer of the Led House Vicinity feet with prospects ol many more during We can suit and yfe have a gra Ics in irojx rtinii but those av a lew special Hems we want to call your attention ti They were It B r last and have coon- home market and ninnerous sales Mt 119 to s p and one of the beat men of all his coni the coining w inter please you m any thin vmi inav w mt in our line Turlev Sr and Jr J K Hreenleaf II la Smith Jk Turley report six or eight tr around was the father of the family Mr John s Lhelps Muir Fayette W 1ickeK Dr DyaWB Kmbry May they have mauv intv bonaabaagbt by Shelby Harbison Iex above described I county passed through Nchoasville Ashboogb L S hlegel and K K Lnniaville Turley Tne remarkable feature of the ington at W5n fl 10 per head the best reunions is the wish of the Ciim v Jfo others can approach us am all are ask is to come and inspect our line and be rmn ineeil thai are have the heap Saturday en route to Liclnnoiiil where lot of horses that has been bought in si by Don bay cheap and shoddy good WIIKN Vol tVN GET REer v est and LARGEST LIXE of Clothing in this city lip made another contract with Hon tfaat all gamed tin re or MM Col Breckinridge ireat Mfssak at lbs Richmond for some time LIABLE GOODS AT Til K SAM K PRICE B McCrearv for the rental of his 400 bat the one who needed it less lourt Hause Monday acre farm on which Mr PbetpS resides B Sr acquired Jf read the Are Known Here W C P Pursuant to notice Col Nieholasville Journal W pnb- - pounds Mert baal Tailoring in all he latest and st ish things Boj a and iiihlren s ur line is complete in all branches Ley K Breckinridge addressed in liehalf of the The Lancaster Record sas 13 la n t Alex Tribble accompanied by his sisMothi inhllr Baaa Democratic party one of the largest and M Hill of this city and Miss Kflie iod Suits at prices not to be had at any Other place Our two piece Suits B O K are the bcsl on earth Tuesday for Lich A nrtii iiu er Bush reports Bale of Win and see thetn bev were married at the home of the ino t enthusiastic audiences which ever ter Miss Carrie left ip all roaaeaa Wednesday bride in IVrrvville Wednesday after- assembled in this county Men were mond Ky where thev will visit relattiring inked in the court room and hundreds ives ami friends for a while when Alex wd bidding lively Good dinnoon Immediately after the ceremony iting Fair cr ner and pientv of it Sheep head the happy couple weredriven to the res who were unable to get into the room will continue his journey to Baltimore M vearliii heif r f 1350 two yearidence of Ir B F Walter this place listened from the outside It hail been Md to resume his studies at dental col ketatoNich- ling M per head seven broke where a reception was tendered them extensively published that Hon K A lege Glasgow Missoiirian IK T K NEWEST SELECTIONS IlllMiS AT lioCK BOTTOM PRICES and will save von Hon C L Searcy met Gov Brown oa would speak 7i er head Linl The bride w ho is a beautiful voting lady Wilson of louisviiie Kti burnishing goods whatever you want in that line Shirts best to 10 to 15 par cent oa every pair had per acre to Evan Do is the diughtcr oi Lev W B Godliev a on behalf of the Lepublican party but the train eoins to Cincinnati and was IU at Wo have what you want while von can All kinds and cheap shirt in America Get guon the at the last moment be cancelled his en Â¬ forthwith appointed 160 acres rented to Methodist iniuister of wide reputation Bier booae place i the a Inst one dollarbuy anything until yon them ilit the I Dont in ike it to our advantage hare seei our ciiiuiilcti line N e us call Kvan I iier for eighty acres iraw The groom is pastor of the l ancastei gagement because ot the press of busi bernatorial suff with the rank of ilities are Your interest - ours Give us a call you money In the Queen City there Republicans do not want joint Colonel lhe rente i for 75 three boraea 1075 to Methodist church and has numberless ahoald not lscussiuns this year as a gathering of Governors of adfriemls iu the community Col Breckinridges speech was able joining States to review with the GovMr 1 zii has removed to Ked House lottiin riimily Kiuninn sad eloquent and received round after ernor of Ohio the police and Fire Deand will lake life MM nd by A great procession was the More than a hundred of the Cotton re- round of applause He showed what partments i LaaeaaVr Vni Vaterararka IV morning sale at lationship dined with Nathaniel Cotton the Democratic party had accomplished result and Col Searcy rode iu the carring town I aai antf r is Oui It had repealed riage next to McKinley Campbell and Sr of McCrearv Garrard oiinty late of since it came in siwer The Lei dmbtless as dry as a match He attended the mag- fSJs STJ Cottonburg MadiaaM eoaaty one day the Sherman act which undermined other dignitaries incut ol the situation will recently A aanst excellent dinner was the confidence in our currency both at nificent banquet at liand Hotel sampled ia e Cobb Lirhiinnil pepie to appreciate prepared and served out doors and those home and abroad and precipitated the tba vintage of 88 tasted the canvasback and KY Hi than ever the waterworks L it had repealed the Mc present declare that it was the greatest panic of 1S and piebed bis teeth with a condor quill i BfS The scarcity of water wa- - demon dav of their lives Among the guests Kinlev act which while it had increased SI1KKP IN WOODFORD it earn we have strated in this place Monday when a lot were Joel Sanders wite and son and taxation higher than had ever lieen ill washerwomen hired a bij two hmse Lcluionl Niti Between 300 and 4iK sheep were spy Thomas and William Sebastian of Mis- known was producing I yearly deficit of f two ii wain and drove three miles to Iix river souri Thomas Cotton Nathaniel Cotton 70000000 it had repealed the Federal bought in small lots in oodfvrd county - me citizens who are ana Jr and family B F Cotton and family election laws which made it impossible last week Theprici ranged from 125 enough to have water in their fortunate V I Ilvada Tudor James A Cotton and fam lor federal Marshals to interfere with to IX per head vuith on last Monday that it is stolen daring the ily and others from Madison In fact it elections in any part of the Republic THAI JOYFUL FELLING others Ink their pumps to pre- was virtually a Madison garthering the It passed the Wilson tariff law which The counrv is wild oer t What well High niht NEW ADVERTISEMENTS With the exhilarating sense of renewed vent its being stolen Wallace A The 15ue iras- - Msfl bat senior Cotton having removed to iar withdrew unjust Isjunties and discrimi- Health and strength and internal cleanliit dnring 4 I lie saaaajl Baa in Unrula rard only a fear or so ago nations in behalf of the supar planters ness which tooows the use ot Srup of Rice iil by Billy Wheeler hat ol the C L Thomas Sebastian of Missouri made of the Sooth and the protected indus- Figs is unknown to the few who have not CO is the mo t popu That is what Hugh Ballard savs in a SEARCY What iir ground that At WaV tries of the Last and at the same time progressed hevond the old time medicines day letter In in Ceilar Kevs to his bother J the speech of the day The Blue Grass Mat limoiid Natiiialand The reason for bis The Cotton family is a numerous one wmild produce SBXMBjrh revenue to run and the cheap substitutes sometime- - of- lace A Kice the bus man Manufacturers of around Ien h work lies in this statement Three brothers one oi them the grand the ioverninent Because of the repeal fered but never accepted b the well inD P Armer has just received some a about i I am Deputy Collector Special Dep Â¬ tather oi Nathaniel Sr came from North of the Sherman law and McKinley law formed aolitaire diamonds that are extra fine and uty Collectoi -- I aspect or and Sarreyor of Carolina to Madison countv alMut 17 there was an unparalleled revival of bus rUeap I imeiiliiin Dallas General Missionary The place was oi or nearly a century ago They have mul iness and the future was brigtiL i Customs this port Texas Oct IS ft IMIV The Shakers hive made a discovery rtfa atei a eel in their great lered me a ear ago last May and in ac tipiied amazimdy and are numerous in lie said Democrats were divided on For this occasion the Southern Rail- - which is destine to accomplish much gut into the hardest job of the western part of the county They are the silver ijiiestioti as they had lieen on cepting it Real zing that three fourths of all av will sell tickets October i6th at good a prosperous orderly teople and good th OF EVERY DESCRIPTION taritl question hut that nothing putting up the Valley my life One First class Limited Fare for the our sufferings arise from stomach troubles citizens all the wav round could lie done on this question for three Further Mr Ballard says for the -- oulhern wilh read the Ciimvx at the breakfast years and that the Democratic partv rounl trip tickets limited to return until that the country is literally filled these I iaeil far A Minting Iaymni of Tall ptople who cannot eat and digest food October 30th 1S9 would unite and settle this question but the nver to their lx ins and table It is full of interest to meand since Factory at A ACO KY Dick Abshire livesdown on the Baltics without subMsquenlly suffering pain and that in the meantime Democrats should Tipton took charge recently it is the licst PafN for Sale Mill pike For some time he has been pull together and ffyht for the success of distress and that manv are staivng Shipping Station MOIiKKIA KY weekly paper I ever saw Young part AlUerney and her calf inlant of Klmer and wasting to mere skeletons becau e their kindest regards to coining to town without paying toll the patty The Lepiiblicans are also d Mr Ballard sends A full Alderney that will calve in Febdeparied this Some times he brought a Imiv to the toll food does them no good thev have de old friends vided on the silver question and the ruary Apply to it nth ISO in his numerous gate near town would dismount send voted Butch study and thoiht to the subleaders of this movement are the Lepiib tR- - Barbolr N I Igad ten weeks I v B1819 Burled the horse back and walk into town At 5 ject and the result is this discovery ol U of the West He said that prob Â¬ rv The atlairs of the Lichmond Nicholas otlier times he would hitcls just be licans A new line of buggies carriages snr 30 00 4 littheir Digestive Cordial 6oor 3 inch ably the just ambition of some Democrats 4 oj 35 00 30 co 7 ville Irvine A Beatty ville railroad have yond the gate and walk in ManI I ries barouches and wagons just received W A little book can be obtained from your 4 imh county - 50 42 5v iu in h 5 00 was disappoint oil about the patronage now reacheii that stage when the boinl 62 50 x 00 15 ager lerkins told him he was violating are dandies Come and see them i Mrs Aadevaou Chenault druggist that will point out the wav oi iii ti but that no man who was a Democrat They 80 7 70 00 17 - BMOMI acting for them iiolders must the law which inixseil a penalty for Made of the best mateiia and guaran h An investigat on will co t 8 in Ciocmnati last week relief at once trom conviction would allow this to a the property has been avoiding the payment of toll inasmuch One day teed Prices lowei frhan ever before nothing and will result in much good ng a Burgical oeration A Jiscour t ot 10 per ce nt to all p4 tie him and his party that ordered bf the lliited States Court tube last week lerkins had Abshire arrested stand between Richmond Carriage Works ea I who r ceive gnob it the FStetO y voting was a duty and men should vote Children all hate to take Castor Oil sold ill January They have recognized He was tried before Squire Arnir and S L Midkiff Proprietor 39- in the line of their convictions and not a Sunday school is palatable hut not haxol which this fact and begun wo iking for their in- lined 110 Maj Burnam was attorney Lust vote from a spirit of resentment and a - SuperinteadaMt terests witii the aim of effecting a reor- for defence and together with County It our children are subject to croup Black belt and silver buckle at Chri--tiavoted for measures not Assistant Snperinten- - ganization of the probities Attorney Cobb and Manager lerkins re spite Democrats W C walch tor the first symptom of the uis Church or between there and showed that the Democratic irp Seeretiiry and Treas Within the next few weeks it is proba gretted that the tine was not large men He If Mr Ir Johns n Mrs 1 F ble that a committee of the bondholders enough for appeal as the case was the party had ruled Kentucky and the GormleCs residence Flease leave at ease hoarseness is given Chamberliins is as soon as the Cough Remedy A Bed House on l South better than Republicans had or this office Baaasa aaachi will take a trip over the road and as- Â¬ tirst of the kind ill the State so far as child bcnies hoartc it will prevent the could Half Fare is Ik ham sav- be has certain its shrsSBSl condition and inform known fter the croupy cough h is It is impossible to five a full synopsis To Dallas Texas and return Octobei attack Even October lStk Mt Merling on the cii themselves of the liiu- generally They There have leen numerous case- - for of can always be pre- Saturday appeared the attack his sxsech or to do it justice It had Tickets good to return vented by giving this remedy nt of Waco precinct and will furthea- their work uponfa plan of re It is also going around gates running gates ami great effect on those who heard it Ben 16th and 17th I will se Resiniv firm of 12 acres November nth via the Kentucky Midthe saorning of Noraaaber fth organization It is thought that some- the like but none where the accused invaluable lor colds and whooping coughs dence an I outbuildings and tenant house is assured a a land whereby the lienhold was charge with stopping the horse at net aud Burnams defeat nd at the poll- - with a straight thing may bedone For sal v Hasans Pharmacy hv still luniie spring an excellent place ers will join with the bondholders in the the gate and walking the remainder of kel in hi- - ban Carriages wagons and buggies overdistiller for PERSONAL Also loc barrels corn 2 oi bundle organization and that somethingmight the way hauled and painted at the very lowest Br Chilton Allen died suddenly at r learling calf oats 2 milch cows calve be consummated for their mutual inter work guaranteed to be as is that toll is charged prices The usual idea Ah iidav morning aged 4i sow shoats 5 fattening hogs mare and eats Saturdas s Courier Journal for going through the gate whereas the Miss Minnie Wagers is visiting in good as any in the State colt plows gear spring wagon - ii of ex Congressman It farm is not sold will be rented on Richmond Carriage Works i barge is made for the distance traveled Augusta Ky Mrs Wagers Tisdile have just re a Tirket Kur Csaarilmea deeeaasd and the son and dav ef sale ceive th ir new fall stock ot milliner S L Midkiff Proprietor According to decisions on the pike 39- Miss Georgia Molierley and sister are tei nl the doctor are the last sur- City Commilteee has The Ilemo ratic Terms reasonable which thev are offering at less prices than however if a person owns the land along noing to Harrodsburg today on a visit Congressmans faniiiv ALLEN DEATHERAGE SR thev cin Be bought elsewhere in the city declared the following men to be the The side a toll gate he or she may go around Mrs I ce Maupin has charge of the trim 1819 Mrs AT Million an Mrs X B Tur partys candidates for Council to be voted the gate but it would lie unlawful for M iy in an article on free pikes showed no baking powder ming department Dont ail to give viz pin are attending the State Odd Fellows liiHii if tne Farmers ie took four for at the Novemlier election so pure or so great in leav- Â¬ them a call for bargains Opposite the II i K1KT InBank l Klctimm 111 Hie and M anv other person to do the same thine meeting at Bowling tireen Nntioual First Ward J Stone Walker Engine House f business answer and then didat an- Matvnf Kinu k at iiie etos over the same land ening power as the Royal T Turpin sepUu Miss Annie Smith an attractive young - a ted that the lounty J D second Ward C ilunley and lady of Richmond is the guest of Miss My stock ot carriages buggies ic asaouRCKK anal dividend at SljtM trom Our Fruiil Pajr af Cliiiiax is the handsomest and most stylish in the Xicholasville Journal laiis Hill ills iiinlsaiul itnsrcurel sJTiJsl B among Lucy Scott 8C baa not et heard Dvkes Ward C T Wells and John Many persons some of them iirMt Ovenlratts t7i Third Give me a call tj s Ilin - lo Mnr drcutHlteMi we will give him six mouths Mrs Genl John Hooe Russell of countrv readers have the erroneous our 14UU 0U sliM ks r Irs ele Mersbon Richmond Carriage Works r I will on Saturday October 12 3 Hnnklna - Boo fnrultnre ami control Huntington W Va nee Phelps spent we have no idea that A months notice was given for the S L Midkiff Proprietor nxiins 39 ocock p n in front of the Court house Oilier 11I ralMte iu murgiigejs I over the first and fourth pages of the last week with Mrs J Speed Smith atlir and an opjiortunity was given door lent to the highest bddi r my farm owned Vilt HI Mire than 1 Joi cattle at the pens primary Miss Judith Tudor has returned to her Cum v that they are always filled with Weak anil Nrrvvus known as the Tribble Die fro u Niiiiui Baiika nm K ear Kichmon is every Democrat to v te This is a gssl v kjai a-Mm lav Half sold at rates a little be foreign matter not of our selection Only home at Irvine aftei a three weeks visit Describes the condition ol thousands ol place conainini for sl acres 70 33small gram acres bal Dnefiow t cket and their name- - are authoritythal batiken res ir I to Mrs W W Iigg Mrs Claude Smith people at this season the rt dav owing to scarcity of the otlier day a gentleman said to us a i i Bi i in ipnvetl reserve Iu Thev have no up- - coin 7 the citvs affairs will be honestly and had a good article for you but it was and others here ance in Hue Grass Pat 01 the larie is iN heca ih ili r cs iiiii - water petite cannot sleep and complain of the in ide of the town limits JWii mi s ul nleconomically mauaged We understand Bran ne eiiireney nickels knag and knowing that TOM have but Mrs J B McCrearv will entertain prostrating eifcct of warmer weather BO td ciserii large ponds in even KrnlH11 iH s Take a Baaat at Ansrrs Psapkia 1 1111 that there are a few Democratic sore you can utilize I neglect- lady friends Friday afternoon from 4 to This condition may be remedied by Hoods licid fencing good and n arlv all new Iiutul Mciny K sei ve in Rank used as two pages that sing the nearest nun heads who are willim to le v Ttrins made known on diy ot renting it This is a grievous mis- ti to meet Mrs R II McCrearv and Miss Sarsapariila which creates an appetite Hjllo in Sp i sesi in it will Is-- presented with a cats paws by Iepublicms But this ed to send in Will le rented without reserve on that I3US 5S LeMl take We hava the same control over Xewberry of Chicago lill leli and tones up all the organs It gives good dav il not piivitelv rented before Everyone dollar purchase is entitld to an will receive the Demo Batch s Trens Iliilenipiioii tuiul with the outside pages of the Climax that per i ent of clreulal urei i Also I will rent privately the farm be H entitles you to a gies J Streng J D Feeny F B health by making the blood pure cratic party strength along with Hardin others have over any pages of their Shrewsbery Frank Wardrobe and others Belle Riyburn near Total longing to Mrs and the balance of the ticket Hat Araia contaiiin 320 acres about 50 papers or that we have over our in ide are at Bowling ireen attending Grand UABIUTIBR Hoods pills are the best after dinner Spee Iwellcorn and 7 acres or small grain Fiori t Mullins is out after ten months icres lor Portable Srhmil Utilise Cap Int sck piiit in pills assist dige tion cure headache Lodge of Odd Felows Thi balance in Blue Grass anJ clover Mirjllis ui il er He is thinner than a BS The llrst page of todays Climax COM-There is a school house in this county icivi rriis u a mist desiralie place well unproved Hugh Reynolds of lxington tweuty - - he IbbM reasonably well he full rejiort of the recent Metho and the land lor cultivation is uohI built on wheels When BSJEM comes a 41 mi W Kaitonal IBwik nou s iHitatanu ug years ago a rtsident of Richmond and - II again Lightning Hot Drops II B DILLINGHAM Hue 10 oiier Nniiinl li ks pair of mules pullh it to the home of the dist Conference appointments lett over line iisinte Baafcxand bnaherx one of the finest painters that ever wieldWhat a Funnr Name Trustee and wheu morning comes car inadvertantly from last week an excel Iiiiliviltiil jHsiissiiij ci j cheek Aea Lasy Bare ed a brush was here a day or two last Fund 10 piiy iai Very True but It Kills All Pain Mi Krskine mother of Mrs John ries it back to its day location The lent article to the point on the political 4aui T4 12 Totai Sold Everywhere Every Day us dn d in Kichmond on Sunday mules go and come on schedule time If situation in Kentuckv by Capt John W week sTAll Of KIMTiKV Boss a prominent Missouri lawyer formMrs Sal lie Webb of liuisville is visinly of MhHsoii Without Relief There ia No Pav v- - i Si years buried ill Lexinj- - the school be a little slow alsiut dismiss In orHer to cose out some partnership I s s tjtrkis riishicrof the alaiva na d ing in the evening it is mor than apt to erly of Madison county a remarkably iting her parents Mr and Mrs Harvey meterv Monday sfternoon hiiiik do lolemnly swear iimi ihe hBov tock we will sell publicly on W G Vol has at Ked House 4 Mi Cobb BBJ hauled awav A days supply of strong open letter by Hon Ktutemeni Iff true to Hie test of in know For sever il monhs I was troubled Seat is Fraakfsii Saturday October 12th 1895 ledge and lielief s I AKKIX aanler water aud wood is put aboard by the Welch of Stanford to lohn M Ather been sick for some days but is now much The Water A Light Company lias sold wih a persiste it humr on my hea improved The teacher ton setting forth in clear and unanswere Sul 10 lt f He Trustee everv inoniing At our place in Kirk villa the lollowing which yave me considerable annoyanc oil tank used at the old gas works day ul loards with the Trustee and gets to ride able form many reasous why all Demo ttle co extra good cattle now leed Fx Coninion wealths Attorney Hern unil it oocurred to me to trv Ayers Hail s UF NlliH Frankfort lias Company It at- The only stvM crats should vote for iien Hardin a dis dou Republican candidate for Ieisla BMa an a gwine IOKKK inuorn 40 good fecnf i great attention Beiore using one bottle the huVigor as it proceeded up V ty yearling seers and heiers NAM r It BIJ H sMITi1 of the New Woman by an able lure from Garrard county was here last cussion the house makes is going to its was healed T T Adams General en good nick in steer caivr som Main Street on a four horse WttgOU to the TIlUi -I Wiihelm a former Madison week and looked like the man Judge mor of mornings and that is at a point where authority vni iiisNE r nice cows and oie nice red bull li N 1 A B depot for shipment Merchant Turbeville Va of man 111 Morula Also miscellaneous mat a large elm tree stands a days supply horses and mulct t 3 ea Walker is going to beat K nlaokj Nrara If our child is puny tretlul troubed tnd 4 years old 10 extra yearling mard ter of interest switches is thus secured Miss Hood of Covington a charming mule 100 head of voting bos 50 in the Climaxs fourth page wiil chained At night Tired wmcn need to have their Maori debutante is now visiting her friend with glandular sweliingSj infl imed r s it shi ep ic 5 year old BUck telt the school house aud a Bitter creek man purified and enriched v Hoods Sirsam- - Miss Laura Walker Her many friends or sores on the head face or b dv a stud col xtra This is the last month All ihOM graph embracing all iinortant cents with a double barreled shotgun that rilla Terns made known on day of sale It will give them stiength and jire delighted to have her but regret course of Ayers Sarsapariila is needtd to fail to pay their citv tax before the expel the scrofulous humors from the lor a week fail to read it il rou chambers twelve buck shot sleei inside health Dont November will have to pay 10 per cent that her visits are so short J B WALKER BB0 blood The sooner you begin to give this out j Uie house The Trustee is afraid soiue- ih to knw what ie penalty Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder 1 D R FREEMAN medicine the better side ot Madison Mr and Mrs Robert Hughes McCrearv 17 1B J body will burn tin school bouse Gold Meiri UUwmttr fat Sn prudsaw Award THE CLIMAX wkinIay What Shall Do rB Â¬ mimfej2mfr Â¬ NEW Take pyj MS ilrter3iiraafrJgjni5rr rrimm jM Jlp pg ghj NEW GOODS NO HOLDOVERS Hil Sli sa i Sarsapariila ar Hoods mm nniint- P jus Ml era BEST SUIT Â¬ il jl oil IN TOWN Â¬ l son-in-la- I II H jlMI Best Ulster in Town Overcoats Chesterfields Sack Long or Short As You May Want Them - - 1 r SID -- Â¬ - - 1 ii- 1 1 Â¬ I sra Â¬ raa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ 1WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF 1 -- SH0ESO - Â¬ J fii Â¬ Â¬ ir Â¬ COVINGTON - fi MITCHELL - Â¬ s THILORS AND CLOTHIERS - 215 MAIN STREET RICHMOND m fk Â¬ HjTi niMiipiiiiJ Â¬ -- Â¬ S THELABGESTSTOCK iii 4- over-inu-- Â¬ Â¬ I M Ml mIL I 1 1 THE FRESHEST Â¬ Â¬ - I Â¬ Â¬ i GOODS 5 o- 1111 THE LOWEST PRICES Â¬ Â¬ PUBLIC SALE Â¬ I - - Â¬ 1 The fall trade now open and will soon be booming Everything on the np grade crops are immense money is eoming in and everybody wants to buy tall and winter goods and we have ot them NEW MILLINERY 1 i Worlds Fair Tests I Our eadv Made Clothing from onlv fiist class manufacturers and our merchant tai loring department unapproachable in Kich mond OUR STOCK IS SELECT Â¬ FARMS FOR RENT I 41 itlR BERT STOCKTON Is our cotter and his work unchallenged i k- hr l i 1 L OUR GENTS FURNISHING GOODS the mot fastidious Are all of the latest styles and we can suit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PffSLIC SALS 1 IN PRICES We allow nobodv to undersell Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 REMEMBER Â¬ We have what von want and we will sell it to you if you will only call T 11 1 TAX T Y0R1E3 BROTHERS i 0 P Armer THE MAIN STREET JEWELER Has disposed of all his old stock of Jew flrv and has now on hand a nice new clean assortment of Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry an ail the latest novelties in the jewelry line that he is offering at less than they can le Unight in any market IMnt miss this chance to Bl some bargains in these lines All we ask of you is to come and be convinced that this is the place to net No MM goods at pima that von can atTbrd to pav 1 SPECIFIC FOR SCROFULA Since childhood 1 have been afllieted with scrofulous boils and sores which caused me terrible suffering Physicians were unable to help me and I only grew worse under their care At length 1 began to take THAT CHECK Mill the SnhJ f t of Grand Jury tinn at Frankfort Ky L AND N ROAD jury Thursday morning met and Frankfort Kr Oct 4 Invetlsa The grand con- Â¬ AYERS Sarsaparilla and very soon grev bet ter After using half a dozen bottles was completely cured no that I have not had a lxiil or pimple on any part of my body 1 can for the last twelve years cordially recommend Ayers Sarsa parilla as the very l st blond purifier in existence T Kkimiaut MyenviUe Tex I tinued its investigation in regard to the charge of a check having been paid a state official as part of his dividend Those sum- Â¬ by the Mason Foard Co W H Dade Dr moned were prison physician Ed O Leigh assistant secretary of state Mike Kooney deputy warden of the Kentucky penitentiary Sam R Thomas and D Elliott Kelley a newspaper correspond fi All of the foregoing testified except Kelley who telegraphed he was delayed at La Grange The irraud jury will not adjourn or make its report until after Kelley has testified HEAVIEST REGISTRATION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS DONE ON SHORT NOTICE Enr - and warranted Old and silver bought or taken in exchange for new gold goods We have Tmhrella covers al readymade to slip on while you wait np in price from one dollar dollar ami a half and two dollars that will make your old frames into new umbrellas at less than a new one w ii Â¬ i - atAc oofavV S- YVoW Av Mnnfarturd THE F AYERS w Ajeri -- I only b JV - P I ROBINSON CO O DOSTUN MASS Sarsaparilla NEWS of th THE 0K1Y WOMBS FAIK Cherry Pectoral cure Cotght and Cold We nave a gold tilled sMctacle of any style with a No one lens as good as 1 tration of voters for the November election has been the heaviest in the history of the city The booths closed Thursday night after having been op- Â¬ The largest previous en three days registration was 37000 but both democrats and republicans estimate that the total number of names enrolled was 38000 to 40000 and more probably the latter figures The Negroes registered to a man on the first day and they will cast more votes in November than ever before in this city Both parties are figuring on heavy gains but it is difficult to tell which has the advantage as many did not state their party affiliation Â¬ Known In Louisville The Negroes Registered to a Man Louisville Ky Oct 4 The regis Â¬ will pav live dullair- u at fiftj irauie that you lot that we wil warrant a v KENTUCKY vkV The Latest Snr From All Part I ommouwealth lit Respectfully PP Writers wmshsssssssssb HHawaaaaaBW ARMER M awm m aasaa asswata aw Letter I Alumbaugh a boy from or was county jumped thrown from a train on the Kentui ky Central railroad near Riverside this He was stealing a ride ant county his friends claimed the conductor pushed or knocked him off the train and brought suit for fjOOOO as damages A strong array of council is employed on each side and the case is be ing bitterly contested A Dooble Kxecution at Lexington CROPS IN KENTUCKY Ikxinoton Ky Oct 4 A double ComniiiloDer of Agriculture Jtr owelt hanging will take place in Lexington Mse HU Report Fkankfokt Ky Oct 7 Commis-Â¬ November 29 The mon to be executed ling Irvitition Engraved A k In pr sioner of Agriculture McDowell re- are Oeorge Green and Henry Mitchell The continued drought Smith Negroes Green killed his wife port says and severe frosts have cau ed great and her step father about midnight April 88 She had left him because ho Late planted damage to farmers The per was cruel Smith is to die for commit corn is materially aamaged K 7 site Hotel Ulyudon Rid Kv nl ting a criminal assault upon a respect cent of corn as compared with lsu able widow lady three miles from Lex is lis A reduced average of wheat was sown on account of the dry ington on August 24 weather Tobacco was injured by Frankfort In Doubt worms and that not yet boused by Frankfokt Ky Oct 4 FrankIT TICKLES YOU The per cent is sj - Orass is forts registration shows a close and frosts Thf INSTANT RELIEF you 6ET mom alparched and the yield of cloverseed is doubtful political complexion very good three or four bushels per though the country people always turn are Ii condition of live stock is the tide and the county of Franklin very good except in a few counties Tnere were LM goes democratic Hog cholera prevails against 1iTO last votes registered year Party affiliations were stated as OUTEREAK IN HARLAN follows Democrats 7s republicans CURES Morbus ramps Diarrha a Flux Cholera 70S noncommittal 121 prohibitionists A TimlMtr Land Quarrel Krlulti in Bad Nausea Changes of Water etc H rinses S rthcs Bites of IB HEALS 111 roil and the Rilling of One Man 4 populists 9 Blips etc rpenls LSDMHI Ky Oct 7 There was A Woman Caused the Trouble c Influenza BREAKS UP another outbreak in Harlan county be at etc LorisvniE Ky Oct 4 A special W tween the Straight I reek factions from Elkton Ky savs a shooting afGood Smellsterywc Tastes Good Does Good every time at 5c and bOc Per Botle Scld No Relief No Pay which resulted in the killing of Henry fair occurred about five miles south of ssSsSss to iui one ball am ss mack as Krock Tne troube prew out of the Elkton on the farm of C H Deeds MFB MEDICINE LO 5PRINGFIELD O disputes tnat arose some time ago over in which Mack Berry man shot Oen the Asher Lumber Co s timber interNorthington Five shots were fired ests The company will applv for a one taking effect in Northingtons detail of militia to guard their prop- skull A woman was the cause of the erty The Asher Lumber Co is comNorthington will die Ber trouble posed of capitalists of Last Saginaw ryman has not been arrested Mith and they have a half million ML Washington Already Booming dollars invested in their plant at Ford Mt Washington Ky Oct 4 Since Ky and in timber lands in eastern the project to construct a railroad Kvutucky from Louisville to this place and FairHAS JUST RETURNED Prayer for Rain Answered field has taken shape Mt Washington ARE READY Lkxim ion Ky Oct 7 Not since real estate has already advanced in the third week in August had LexingThe construction of a tele value ton and the Blue Orass region been phone line bfctween this point and complimented by the elements with so Shepherdsville is also probable Willi III BOUGH AN much as a shower The country hereHe Stol an Illicit still K STUCK abouts was practically burned up The of W S VermilSoBWUY Ky Oct 4 up and water courses were drying lion a deputy sheriff has just returned In all stocK water was at a premium W and from Frankfort where he landed in Hie churches Sunday morning S Bevins a desperate character again Sunuay evening prayers were ears for offered for rain At 9 oclock Sunday the pen for a term of four 3 the Ken stealing an illicit still on AT night it began raining hard with promcom- Â¬ ise of a heavy downpour all night tucky side of the Cumberland mounthe horsemen are like other citizens tain six months ago Â¬ SU3 MR1NE PRIfES Kentucky Postal Affairs apP3iVASiiiXfTox Oct 4 A post office Hij Trotting Meeting He it ad has been established at Cravens Nel IKXiNOTox Ky Oct 7 The city is son county Ky with iiiantitiea to suit James A Doyle rapidly filling up with horemen The as postmaster name of the post largest crowd ever seen in this city for office at BudtownThe Bourbon county haa any racr meeting will witness the been changed to Esconida opening of the Kentucky Trotting Aged Man Suicides Horse Breeders association meeting No less tuan 30 car loads LofisviLiE Ky Oct 4 Fred Milon Tuesda3 uEm it i of horses acxived Sunday and as ler aged 08 a laborer suicided Thursmany more are expected by Tuesday day morning at his home MS Market street by emptying both barrels of a morning shotgun into his neck The loss of his Fatal Jealousy a Ky Hevdkuson Oct 7 Albert situation was the cause Holloway and Thornton Marshall NeHeld far stealing Junk groes became involved in a terrible Ashland Ky Oct 3 John Math cutting affray Both men fell with eny a junkboatman was brought from blood pouring from many wounds Maysville to answer to a charge of Marshall received a fatal stab near the stealing 8300 worth of copper from the Â¬ OUR heart and Holloway was carried to the Norton iron works and was held to jail The fight was caused by jealousy the grand jury in S200 LATEST I it fnil Indicted a DELAYED BY A DEATH IKXiXGTox Ky Oct 7 The grand indicted jsjrj Saturday a ternoon Conclusion of the Kentucky Midland Case Â¬ Postponed Mavor Duncan and Chief of Police Mc iSlror charging them with permitting Frankfort Ky Oct 2 There was an unexpected delay in the trial of the aloons to sell liquor on Sunday OF A FINE Kentucky Midland railroad case when Itirycle Thieve at Lexington a telegram was read from Georgetown Lexington Ky Oct 7 Bicycle announcing the death of A K Lair of thieves are getting in their work very Seolt county the chief prosecutor Dr Donald- Â¬ Tne case was almost concluded when frequently here of late lul uNlY sons wheel was stolen while he was this news was received and it was con- Â¬ at E V eating supper and Smith Bowman tinued until next Wednesday by which or viirs-lvet- the well known real estate broker time it is thought a motion for a new UAkJAlN STORE lost his wheel while at supper receiver will be made by the adminisa trator of Mr Dairs estate A motion Aged People Marry u Rf8SELivuiE Ky Oct 7 Blanton was made Tuesday by the city of Hayden of Nebraska City Neb and Frankfort to remove the receiver wnich was overruled by Special Judge Mis ltebecca Mills of Todd county were married at the home of the bride Major Kentucky Pensioners near this city The groom is nearly Washington Oct 2 -- The following s years of age while the bride is 70 pensions have been issued Original Preeinct onutiilt teemen Kler ted Archie Black alias Archy Tribble Frankkout Ky Oct- - 7 Richmond Madison counti Increase Breckinrids e took a hand in Enoch C Smith Albany Landing the election of precinct committeemen Cumberland Dwight Hamilton Louis- Saturday and obtained four majority ville Reissue William Alvis Tomp- n this conntv His friends claim a Kinsville Monroe Reissue and Inmajority in the district AT YOUR HOME creaseJoseph A Gee Kendall Rus- selL Original Widows Kitty Nichols Alleged Blackmail Muithland Livingston Emily Coving- Lexington Ky 7 Oct Pierce ton Winchester Clark Mildred Har- mith the contractor who is charged den Louisville Mary Connor mother with detaining Flora Clark aainst her will claims that he is be Mt Sherman Larue Tobacco Destroyed by Frost lag olacKmaiied by tne girl and her UoPKiNsvnLK Ky Oct 2 Reliable mother information received in this city Tues Hands nicly illustrated and filled from Young Lady Disappears day from every part of the llorliins Ky Oct 1 Carolina VmsAiiiKs vilie tobacco district is to the effect beginnint to end with best selections Casn aj ed Li the daughter of John that from 12 to IS per cent of this from our immense stocks will be sent CoVak ng disappeared sud years crop was killed by the heavy promptly on application denly last Friday morning and has frost that visited this section Monday not been heard of since Wiley Vowell night Vegetation of all kinds in this a city and vicinity was destroyed was arrested here Monday afternoon The thermometer here registered as low as euarged with stealinga nors and buga 32 degrees and thin cakes of ice were gy belonging to Liveryman Benjamin When sending for it mention this b formed on water bcott paper The State otiege Team tlrrinan Fatally Burt Covington Ky Oct 2 - While re Â¬ Lkxinoton Ky Oct 1 The foot bail season will open here this week sponding to an alarm of fire John Lei Sale Next Saturday October 5 the Ken Â¬ Sheinhoff driver of the Main street tucky tate college team will play its reel started in a gallop for the scene privately KM i e residence first game at Frankfort Capt Alford of a blaze at Banklick and Riddle Lot and Manager KerricK have the team iu streets Just as the reel rounded a cor- charge and Trainer Mason of Louis- Â¬ ner it struck a post and toppled over 11 luodcrr rents ville wiU arrive October 4 to take throwing the driver out on the top of n New fences charge his bead The mans skull was fractured and it it believed he is E STEPHl Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder fatally injured Sheinhoff that years is 40 U Worlds Fair highest Award j of age and unmarried A 1 Do you know where to get The Best The Daintiest The Most Stylish PROLONGED DROUGHT lork Nrar Danville Ha to Be Driven Sev eral Mile for Water Danville Ky Oct 7 This rejrion of Kentucky is suffering from a prolonged drought A good soaking rain has not fallen for weeks and water for all uses is becoming alarmingly scarce Farmers living any distance from the larger streams are in bad shape aa the little creeks spriues etc have gone dry and stock haa to be driven from three to five miles to water Some of the farmers living in that section of this count through which the water works main to Dicks rver passes have tapped the pipe line and put in meters and will hereafter depend upon that source for tneir water supply One singular feature of the drought is that a number of springs which had gone dry and remained so for a week or more have Old inhab commenced to run again i ants say this is a positive sign that rain will fall verv soon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wife one of the oldest and most noted colored couples in Kentucky died sud- denly at their home in this city of a complication of diseases within a few hours of each other and were buried Thev irfn in one grave Thursday each about HO years of age and were born in Virginia but came to the wilderness where this citv now stands when very young They had served many noted people had raised a large family and were lifelong members of the Baptist church Â¬ Noted Couple Dead Hopkixrvilie Kv Oct 4 Peter Chalfin and Mrs Lucretia Chalfin his j j largest damage suits that has been tried here for a long time is now before the circuit court In November BBS 1 He Wants Heavy Damage Winchester Ky Oct 4 One of the Wolfe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If H BROWN BttttHfflfflMi LIGHTNING HOT DROPS 5 Â¬ m Â¬ llllillllllllliiilllllitl MfiMClH EVELDER WE NOW Â¬ Â¬ Louisvilie and Nashville Railroad Co was held in Louisville Wednesday The following board of directors was elected August Belmont J D lrobst H morning E Garth J I Waterbury J A He had shot himself immediately Horsey Wm Mertins and Mora Davi son New York O It Lane Boston over the right eye death having been RuKy earsoldand instantaneous He was J L Helm Elizabethtown V H Smith He leaves a wife and two children dolph Ellis Philadelphia was the son of Joseph liarnett of Attalli and John Taggart LouisMercer county and has several broth Â¬ ville The financial statement shows gross ers who are well known mereliaiits of earnings of I1927MM 79 operatingex- - liarrodsbiirg He left no message telling why he committed the deed but penses 8122777i303 or fi3 Oil per cent as he has lost heavily in business it is Deduc net earnings W9MML7t believed he took his life thiough de tionsTor fixed charges loss on le rents Texas and sinking funds pay- spot en ey ments are KM0 MA It leaving the net SPITE OF THE GOVtRNOR income W7Sli57 to which is aided Manager of h Murphy- - rilfln light Will J3G3 273 42 income from investments 1 rj and nil it Off This is credited to profit and loss no Locisvii lk Ky Oct a After a dividend being declared five hours conference with three of Gang of Incendiaries Broken I p the best law era in this city Manager LixiNOTox Ky Oct 3 A powerful Thompson Friday night announced gang of incendiaries was broken up that of Governor spite in Wednesday morning by thf arrest at Brown to pull he has decided Bardstown of Will Tilford John Dff the Grillin Murphy tight here of Bloom ger and Joe Grant colored The only change in plans will be in the field Ky Daring the past year they date The tiyht will come off at the have destroyed thousands of dollars auditorium on the night of October 14 worth of property throughout Nelson instead of October 7 Thompson says he county and caused a big conflagration is backed by good legal advice and is in Bloomfield It is beneved tney are ready for a few legal rounds with the in the pay of insurance swindlers governor Trouble on Mralght Creek Married the W rong ouple News was reHarlan KyOct Lancaster Ky Oct i In the ceived Wednesday from Straight reek county clerks office Friday morning to the effect that the war is again re- a couple from the country obtained a newed between the Belcher and Gross license to marry and Rev M Reed factions and that Sampson Brock was a as called in to perform the ceremony shot and killed Saturday by one of the Another couple accompanied the bride iielciicrs It is feared that the gov and groom as attendants to the wed ernor will have to be called upon for ding The minister made a nii taie troops to help suppress the feud which and married the wrong couple Seeing has been going on for three months his misiake he called them back and married the r ght ones The minister Death of Judge Houston Â¬ Judge Rus- says that the bridesmaid and best man Lorisvn k Ky Oct sell Houston died of old age at his answered t he tuestions anu he thought home in this city He had been chief tiiem the interested persons counsel of the Louisville and Nashville Samples of Morgan County Coat Railroad Co for a quarter century and Ky William Oct Asm and was the only person who ever held Moore and Pompey Kendall have that office In 1868 he succeeded 1a shipped two blocks of cannel coal one G thrie as president of the L and N weighing vxi and the other MO pounds but declined re election after the ex- to capitalists in New York city who piration of his terra are interested in the proposed road to Minister McKenzles Nephew to Wed the Morgan countv coal fields The LoilsvnlK Ky Oct 3 Miss Mamie samples were taken from different J Mc Brewer of Danville and Mr veins upon their lands near Walnut Kenzie Moss of Bowlin Green are to Grove the talked of terminus of the be maraied at noon on October 17 at proposed coal road The coal is of exthe home of the bride in Danville The cellent quality readily igniting from groom elect is a nephew of Hon James the flame of a match A MeKenzie minister to Peru He is Large Tobacco llarn Humeri a law partner of Judge John B Y Ky Hopkissviiie Oct The lirider large new tobacco barn of Or J A New Kentucky Postmasters Wasiiinoton Oct 3 The following Word situated near Oak Grove in this fourth eiasf postmasters were appoint county together with all its contents Â¬ Dexter Calloway consisting in part of 2 acres of fine toed Wednesday bacco just nonsed was destroyed by C K Copelanu Faywood county tire The loss is estimated at about Woodford countv Mrs N L Mitchell The origin Juno Pulaski countv Rufus Ashurst S3 000 with no insurance Pendleton county E L of the tire is not known Penhurst Hendricks TlMlk loisou nt in Twain by a Saw Ky FiKMiNGsiirud Oct 5 Lulu Bd Wright AsmANK Ky Oct 3 Iant a young colored girl of this aged 21 and single employed as a place attempted suicide by taking block setter at Flemings sawmill 1roiLpt use of a stomach poison on Stinson creek Carter county fell pump saved her life Her lover mar- Â¬ across a circular saw Wednesday afterried another noon and was completely cut in twain Im In ah Water Works old living twenty minutes after the acci- Â¬ CoL Samuel Iadi ah Kv Oct dent R Bullock of New York ha- - purCostly Fire at Marion chased the Iuducah water works hre origin- Â¬ lriee is kept a secret The stock of Marion Kv Oct C E Do s v Co s saloon and the company is valued at H30000 and ated in spread to W N Wilson Co giocciy the bonded indebtedness is 130030 M E Fobs A Co s tailor shop and A Fourth Kentucky Confederate Cavalry C Gilberts saddlery Then the fire Oct 5 The Cakroiiton ran to L C Lfppel Cos machine Fourth Kentucky Ky confederate cavalry house and Mrs Ann arnahans resiheld its reunion at this place with dence Total loss S10 000 more than 5 OOu people present There I ears AsHassui it iou were about KM members of the regi3 B F Lexinoion Ky Oct ment present French leader of the famous French Four Horses Horned Eversole mountain feud who has been II Ky Oct The resi- Â¬ If Ml indicted on a charge of murdering dence of I Mrs Howard near White Judge Combs will not go to Perry ok burned Friday morning The county for trial until he rets a guard oo with o- is 2Q insurance He fears the Eversoles will assassinate Four horses were also consumed him well-to-dÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Stockholders Meet and Elect a Board of Directors LorisvniE Ky Oct 3 The annu- Â¬ al meeting of tne stockholders of the BUTCHER SUICIDES Heck Broken by a rail Oct 2 While Sharpsiu ko Believed He Took HU Life TuroBgh Cap Kvaiis ivaa hanging tobacco in a Despondency Lexixoton Ky Oct 5 The dead barn on P W Berrys farm near town body of James H Barnett formerly a the rail on which he was standingÂ¬ o as turned witn hire throw ing him vio Â¬ butcher of this ciy He fell but thir of the grocery lently to the ground found in the back door and saloon of Oaks it Tate on North teen feet but struck on his head and Limestone street at 9 oclock Friday died in a few minutes his neck being It Is ar TJiiiagaJSta VI l t pR0FESSI0NAL column ATT02TE7S Evans was about 18 years broken old and his home was in Elliott W county Not Much Interest aken by Women Lining ton Ky Oct 2 The women did not take well to the school suff- Â¬ rage secured by much hard work on S the part of Miss Laura Clay and other L p to Kentucky woman suffragists noon Tuesoay very few women had They had separate booths registered and officers of election of their own sex There was 11 heavy registration of male voters of loth parties Kscape of a Trusiy tonvlct 1 A I RunninS I TTiiiilFvAx Sores RichmondmmrTLAW Kr W 11 HFI Ornca 106 Main Street up v 6- - the Serpents Stjrjg 11 uun rnJfcM pluuu ruiaun BBBBBSasSBS Vaa 11 Altl I ftOIUU AafkM MAIHAH Q 7 A i ll B IK Kir ATT0M9BT AT Richmond Office No 13 First street in K ira and j u mOTes the poison A OMSHdlkSS lbl Mis ina oa tb OPKllllK i ruurinaf turpi r yield pi-r- J3TrT wm i up stairs Dunas up uie -- ss sas IB msuarst Atlanta Oa i- Sm W B SMITH ATTOJUfET AT LAW Kcxi - SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Richmond Office in Colli Thompson a four year man from Lex- ington has escaped from the peniten- Mis absence was noted at roll tiarv call Thompson has been a trusty acting as clerk in the chair department He is supposed to have stolen a suit of tlothiug belonging to a Â¬ Fiankfoict Ky Oct 2 C L i Sssasasaaiaaj guard Mt Stehiing KyOct 2 A famous moonshine still rut by Tom Blair wiio was lvnciied at ML Meriing on New Years morning has been captured in the mountains after five years of effort by revenue officials and has been brought to the collectors office iu Lex ington Young Lirl Horned to Death Lexington Ky Oct 2 Miss Bertie daughter of Jonathan the Barren county Brav a prominent farmer was burned to death Tuesday morning by her tlothes catching fire from an open grata She lingered con- Â¬ scious several hou a Preacher Sentenced Mt Vernon Ky Oct 2 The jury after forty hours deliberations gave Rev W G apps two years in the pen- Â¬ itentiary for shooting his wife five times three months ago She had ap-Â¬ plied for divorce on account of cruel Â¬ Â¬ Moonshine Still Captured means so much more than vou imagine serious anu iatal diseases result irom trirlinor ailments neglected Dont play with Natures i greatest gift health i In Poor Health Browns JC4 Office I MCHKNM IT T LAW - ATTOMJTEYB Richmond on Second street iai 0 eery V R SHACKELFORD ATTfiKtt AT LAW ffi RlfHVoM irarticr in alt the CntirT mond STEPHEN D PARRISH ATTOMHM7 AT LAW Kesi Richmond Patents Caveats Trade Mark P- Report as to pit Charge tent write me Before appi- treatinent THE MARKETS spring Spring pant 3 50 i37j 7i fancy BWrXjft spiinz family t25 winter patent 145a360 fancy t2033o family 2o0 j275 extra K9 Wheat Sales No 2 red track fV4c Cors Sales Mixed ear track 34c Oats BsVsWl No i uuieil track 21c No S mixed track No 2 white track 3c No 3 white choice No 3 white track iWt track e sample mix d lc Rrt-Sal- esNo 3 track 4Va le Fair to good shippers H 0014 Ti choice butchers M 10 14 a medium butchers t3b 400 common KZb i300 Veal Ialvm Tut to good light fT0a 2n extra 65Q common and large 3 00 Iron Bitters Dyspepsia ISeufalgia If you are feel in t tcut ot sorts weak and generally ex hiusted lie vcus have no appetite and cant work been at once tak ing themost Telia- - J ble strengthening 1 medicine which ts J crown s iron ou Â¬ ters A few bot Â¬ tles cure benefit comes from the tert and pleasant w take PHYSICIANS DR JOHN RlCHMONE Telephone at office and rr- M FOSTER Kkn i ivjnt irst di je- jAmm j - it ur its G W EVANS M I Flour Cincinnati -- Oct 5 It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Bad Blood Richmond Having r tired from the pr several self AC mi iTer n people of the Street i ky -- Constipation Malaria Nervous ailments 3e Womens complaints Cet only the vrnainc it has crossed red wrapper others arc sub- ps i two 2c rectit otPrautnul staii orid s V i l le Fair uv s arI bock B30WN CHEMICM CO BALTIMORE M0 DR T J TAYLOR - -- Ir Richmond Office on Secon - Kkn weiry Store Residence on Third Street 5 25 200 250 com- f Kood to choice mixed mon to fair flOJ 17 Ianbs Kxlra 4 00 ssjsjsl to choice 3a3oo common to fair t25i i3OJ ine merino per lb 8 Wool Unwashed e luarter blood clothing 13 14c medium de Â¬ laine and clothing 14c curs- - u 13c meJl- Fine merino urn combing U lSc Washed X to XX per lb 13 j4c me lium clothing 14 15c delaine fleece long combing 17 15l6c Hogs Select shipptrs H 534 30 butch 4 20 4 5 par erV J405420 good ers light Hnitl I cotntninanJ rough r340 f4oa SHEEP and Lambs -- Sheep extras 300ft RICHMONDSTEAM I V DR H RlCHMi M R 1 JIlsoX V LHUNDRY PATRONIZE HOME IllYsn AM SUMGEOX - V K v - in the Joe INDUSTRIES t inc a- - ftVc Wheat Ko 2 red 2i2sc toRM -- Mixed spot 38 SBc October 374c mixed do December red spot and October 66g 36640 steamer No 37 Baltimore Oct- - b Wurk iIomh prompt ly ami well as any other Laaadn HAS HOOKER YETEIilS KY SURG EOS 0r Veterinary M l t in the Country Denti- - ihty a Sp- ii and First street oats No 2 24 white western 274a7iic 24 No 1 Wheat -- So I red ber 66 3 16 66 11 lBc Corn No 2 37 i38ic December December New October York PRICES NO HIGHER Statul by Home People ami they will staiil by you DR A II STEWART 64c Oct 5 Decern PIIYSU 71Y AND SURGEON K Richmond Street Oats No Toledo O Oct Wheat No 2 red cash 6 4c December 3 red cash 614c No 2 white 62- c oUSc No orn No 2 mixed ccsh 33c No 3 do 32c No 3 35c 2 western 23c October 36VJ370 October 23ci 2Sg30c Mitchells clothing OFFICE - 211 A Main street st Te KtlJJf over DR O OUT OF TOWN WORK KENNEDY Oats yellow 33c Nothing doing Choice 2o t4 00u4 35 Cattle 20 fresh cows and springers PlTTSBCHlH Oct 5 I 10 good butchers PHYSICIAN AST SVE6EOH K Richmond Office in FROM NEW YORK I ome one come all Â¬ Â¬ Aggie Wiggington mitted suicide in the county near here by hanging herself The old ladys mind had been affected for some time and she had been brooding over imaginary troubles 80 Sulculed by Hanging Mr Wasiiinoton Ky Oct 3 Mrs com- Â¬ years old Kentucky experienced a killing frost almost entirely ruining the tobaccc crop now in the field Sorghum and other green vegetables were damaged likewise Heir to nlm -- Killing Frosts in Central Kentucky Lexington Ky Oct Central 1 IJ DRY GOODS and see the largest Boots Shoes line and Hats ever brought toRiehmoncL Oor stock is now plete in every department We have all the latest styles and we have them at the right prices We promise to save every customer money who makes purchase of us Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Patterson of this city has fallen heir 000 by the death J Johnson was adjudged of unsound to property worth mind and her brother Dr J W At- of Mr C H Lyford her former sweetkins appointed a committee to take heart at Denver CoL BCfTAIA N Y Oct 5 charge of her estate of 120 acres in Late Corn and obacco Damaged by Frost Cattle Market dull unchanged 4 is Fayette county and 270 acres in Wood- Â¬ 1 fair to goot Yimswh Oct Middlesboro Ky Frost Bona piga M ford conntv iw Monuay morning seriously damaged ht sheepam 4 Lamb am ust native lamb- late corn and tobacco Farmers re- v4 5o fur la L ood 1893 42 li ht McCracken Registration Ky Oct 3 The summa- Â¬ port ice a quarter of an inch thick at 12 375 Upon shei p iol to i lloii 4 00 Padi ah tot2 fair Beans Fort ries of Wednesdays registration are Republican 1072 democrats l011pop ulists 2S prohibitionists K 14 independents 43 A P A 14 Total 2332 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Woman Declared Mentally I nsound Lkximion Ky Oct 3 Mrs Marv Louisville Ky Oct 1 Mrs M E Hoos Prime medium 1450 t460 best York common to fair Yorkers tl004 ers i 440 heavy grades H 3uj4 40 Sheep Exports I320i330 good K 40fe260 fair fl 50 200 common 50c ifl 00 lambs 2rJ 4 35 veal ives 6U0ji0 heavy and thia calves 42 00 03 0J Chuaoo Oct Calls on December wheat opened at 6014c mo prlee MM sold at last Patf opened at 0c sold between ot jbHc last price 51s Calls on Mv corn opened at 29 tc last price 24c Puts opened at iSc last price 24C 440 SOLICITED Lg D mith Building in Street rp DENTAL STJUGESY H MYERS Iroirietnr of WEIBY Richmond Street V BURGIN - DENTIST grocery ic The Kentucky Planing Mills 21i WIIIKAIK 111 KKTMI IIKilKli l Kenticky No 5 OfSce over Chenault Second s- - ML A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON Rough IoOK Dressed I Lir I Richmond Ofpic Smith building Main M Kenticky Street Office SSIi BllMis Sin M Â¬ Â¬ from Pineville to this place and were married by Judge Joe Bos worth The bride is a sister of H Brown Hoskins most prominent rival in business 1 Elopers Married 3 MinpiEsBoKo Ky Oct J T Haskins aDd Miss Cora lliwn eloped NEW GOODS DEALdING Mol Iil iK iiMF Cnmr II MR lvrt ATMs tkW Practice limited to deittistrvJ C MORGAN J A VATmS TOBACGGO HOGSHEADS A SPECIALTY 13 25 MORGAN Kv YATr DEXT1ST- Main Street Kichmom Richmond Bank - Kentucky 3- FARM FOR SALE valuable tract of land zl3 miles Irom Richmond on the Lnion Citv Pike joining the lands cl WJ Collins and Wil- Â¬ liam Frerch and part of the P T Phelps A Â¬ Orric Main Street over Madison National - Oar goods were bought before the great ad vance in leather and we can make yon this fall Â¬ Typhoid Bsunsns fever is raging in an epidemic form in Some of the this town and vicinity most prominent citizens are prostrated No deaths have oc- Â¬ with the disease curred yet a Leslie county farmer was shot and instantly killed by sam Martin They yphoid Lpldeinic Ky Oct 3 J L HARRIS Richmond - M D - D D S Kentucky Lexington Whisky Causes a Murder Ky Oct 3 Jack Downs THINK petitors can not reach SHOE 185 We have all the latest styles stiff price that our com in lllll SIEGEbQOPER IIIKUO The Big Store Our 208 Page Fall Catalogue and soft Hats Dont jbuy hat until yon can see onr Board of Trade and Blue Grass the latest in soft and stiff Hats We have a large line of Gloves Handkerchiefs Hosiery Suspenders Underwear Neck Wear Collars and Cuffs Shirt Jewelry Shoe Polish and disagreed over the payment for a half pint of moonshine whisky Xev Kentucky Post Office Washington Oct 3 A post office has been established atGudpel Anderson countv Ky Died I rum a Hep Sting Lexington Ky Oct 3 The child of Oeorsre Holbrookof letch died from the effects of e county a bee sting ten minutes after receiving it Â¬ Â¬ wneie he held a conference with Mayor Tyler the result of which disposes of the contemplated Griffin Murphy fight in that city Oov Brown is naturally much pleased at the big victory he has won in preventing the mill- Prisoners Attempt Suicide Ky Oct 5 Lat and Welcome i lark confined in jail at Lan returned Friday night from Louisvilie Frankfort Ky0ct Iiov Ilrown Well Pleased Gov Brown And Low Prices Our buyer lias returned from the Eastern markets after a prolonged stay in search of the bell values for he lea t nionev and feels satisfied that never before has there lieen such a weU assort- Â¬ ed stock of goodfl brought to this market bought for cash and to be sold for the sinalle t profits ever known in the history of the drv Let lis miv that we trade Space will not permit us to enumerate have all the leading staples in Blankets Klannels Hosiery iloves Corsets rfcc for ladies misses and children also Gentlemens Neck ami Underwear Our leaders for this season will be our Capes and Jackets for la- Â¬ dies and misses in for and cloth all styles and all colors and for less money than ever before Our novelty Dress Suitings Velvets and Trimmings demand your special attention They ir new stylish handsome and cheap Table Linens Xapins and Towels in endless varieti SPECIAL Toeaali purchasers we will give a inndaoaac clock 5 or over as a premium when the purchases amount to Examine the clock- - they are durable ornamented and warranted to keep cor- Â¬ rect time tarm All in grass has been for a numOffice in Crown and ber of 3 ears Has the finest water on it Collin- buMin bridge work a specialtyhours o a m Main street Office in the countv Extra ttneed Excellent to 12 m to 4 p m V22 neighborhood Ciose 10 churches and I mea schools business Address RIC11AKI COBB JR IS- DaifVille Kv b c pons 1000000 People Wear WIDouglas Shoes PROCESS BEST IN THE WORLD AGENT NEW YORK LIFE Assets 500 300 350 225 For Men Wear W L- - fJ A m Doasrlm 250 200 1T5 For Boys 162000000 Surplus 20000000 Policies - ill Fsras Wei Lancaster Â¬ caster for housebreaking amuse them selves by attempting to commit sui- Â¬ White Look O M B R I At Gibson Look 1iither haslncrfil the t the qualitv and p pric of W L ItsMiclm tlsr renai price n stamped TiRenosibsutute 8 e that name and oa sole W M Douglas Haocsris alaas ttuid tjr IM to S30 a i Widthsother makt JA3 - jalr tioes id All unIrarrasa Ml y MiYDQtlS d WHY lil V - ihe issir Sy i 7AS21CA1T EleimoiiA CHEAP L Â¬ cide Some time ago one took an ounce The of laudanum but was saved other recently drank a quart of coal oil but was rescued obacco Lohs by Recent Frosts LorisvniE Ky Oct 5 Advices re Â¬ ceived by Louisville tobacco ware 1 Â¬ -- COME BARGAINS FOR YOU Look the following Specialties 25 Harrows for 20 Farm Wagons Cheap Cider Mills Cheap Cane Mills Cheap Evaporators Cheap kNTUCKY CO RICHMOND KY COAL WAH3 rjrMEDY Positive Cure FOR Â¬ Blacking Childrens School housemen and buyers indicate an aver Â¬ age ioss of about 20 per cent of the to bicco crop by the recent frosts Re Â¬ ports from ine counties estimate I ie oainage at about 10 per cent In other counties the estimates range as high per cent When you can get a better article for the I am offering the BEST same money in the market at the same price you wouJ have 10 pay to other dealers for inferior cheap coal F A Liquor Morphine I WM BEST IN QUA specialty Give us call and convinced that we have the latest frinlilj styles and lowest l Shoes oclock Friday morning the large coil elevator containg about MOOO bushels of coal belonging to the titizens Coal Co of S250O Coal Klevator Hurned Ky AlGlSTA Oct About 3 G A N Wallace Rice Â¬ burned This fire is supposed to be the work of an incendiary The elevator will be rebuilt at once Trnbadour in Kentucky Lexington Ky Oct 5 The noted Troubadour fc now in Kentuekv Capt S S Brown the Pittsburgh horseman has sent Trouboi ur to Â¬ gether with twentt seven head of brood mares to the farm of CoL R P Tolhunter in this county where they arc to remain five years partially insured Pomer3 O Feed Cutters Cheap Wheat I rills Cheap Corn Buskers Cheap Fodder Shredders Cheap Hay Presses Chuap Oliver Plows Cheap Cook Stoves Cheap Steel Ranges Cheap Everything Cheap At SHACKELFORD Cocaine Tobacco Habits CURES GUARANTEED For full particular address T B Office and yard corner Main and B street only one square trom the Court House v 4 MOST IN QUANTITY Â¬ S O R F STEPHENSON WORMS HfKITFS fiSFKH FOR Ha led all WORM emdies EVERY BOHLE UUiRAITEED Mnager limy GENTRYS 37 35 I wish Y O U Me 10 for Silt MnulvZ VERMIFUGE 20 YEARS s Richmond Ky sell privately my new brick livery stable same square and near Hotel Glvndon Richmond Ky Possession given January I 1896 W S DUNCAN io i8 r all piicuirrt imtixit r st tan