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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9 J VOLUME IX IB ments ol 11 I MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THE Â¬ NWS eVJ RICHMOND WEDNESDAY OCTOBER H ghest of all in Leavening Power 16 I 1895 Got t Report m KJeJ Riper Louisville By Ulover A NUMBER TO YOUNG Tobacco 19 AlHUOK NOIMAN KILLS SOME KKlTIiLICANs FALSE STATE- MKNT OS ECPITMIST RAGE Iourie Jouruull Tiie attacks that have been made on the Auditor reivntly be Bewauater cor- respondents and which have l ecn taken ni by Keimhiioan sicikcrsoii the stump relative hi this aliened refusal mallow the minutes ni tiie Board of Sinking Fund Conn he inspected and also tn his connection with matters of prison ianiement do not real to hav turtied tie Auditor much When asked KNOWLEDGE lor tie lit tiie matter Auditor rt and improvement and Norman e - riil enjoyment when had only been inclined to notice iiKiiY who live bet statement coming from an itre mure with by more promptly sponsible sourie but it is due to the peo best nrodai tn the Mate that the DM ts as to these will attest matters should be planlv stated and I the pure liquid hope it is not lofgettea la considering m bract d in the anv chaieof a failure of dutv on mv ilue to its presenting part ttiat Cam unler bond of 1300000 table and pleas lor the faithful discharge of my duties refreshing and truly As toe statement that I have re- lax- to the records of my office under the law and fevers continued the Auditor ooks aid records are open at all titipat iii lillkmsand times to inspection of the Governor aim oval of the medical are subject to investigatim by the Lgis- Kid- iature through its committees B the tree froni act of i ream e tiie office of Mate Inspec tor and EsaasiBor an officer appointed by the i inveriior it is also made his duty rnir po siiit at every monthly settle Fig Syrup ment made Utween the Auditor ami y item of rer and to iui will not Seconal and to re nrt tiie facts to red the Governor For the past four rears en faithfully discharged by tins officer and h s reports are on file in the GovernorV office No intelligent man in the State cm doubt I r an instant anything Dot strictly in compliance with the law had been found in eilhet the facts would not have bean MINI THEM It is not true that made public have PIRC MASK Til I it any tin to allow an ii 1 1 for all to sav that the fullest information has always been and a ways will be given to any citizen of the State who niav apply for it touchingany and all matters connected with my office and that any statement to the contrary is absolntelv 1 hese and uinjua ifi dly untrue statesolely for political purpose and are in line with the character of personal vitu peration and slander that has ti led its columns from the inception of this PREVENTION OF CONSUMPTION Â¬ Â¬ the Commercial have been made Â¬ tamuaign may be pardoned for saving that I can not descend to the level of these people that matters touching the moral charaiter of their eamiMate have bean repeatedly offered me and always declined thai 1 have been assun d that a call at the Treasury Ilejaiiment in V ash iiigton would show that aoaaoof these would lie critics live in exceedingly houses but the ways oi the pot house poht cans are not my ways and 1 trnstthat every decent honest man in tiie Suite may put the seal of his disapproval on their mode of warfare in No 1 Â¬ Â¬ veinb r BEANS AS A FIELD CK0l tion oi i in- niy office I - r3aWBBStsniair itieli of the although not required In tiie lelter oi the law Aingto the constant i lisie resents oiiiuu ri ial the reH paper who had deliber ately lie I Mlo what vi shown bj the record was told at my install e that he must ak apecitically ior what be want t any it a certified ropy lil e he dt sired have would lie luruifthed him To this muniiii atioii I received the iollow by a y leputahie oiise Maj I Norman i luditu Â¬ 68 tible SOLO IN RICHMOND cue smith co M Ill ZMKEYE m suf GiiTf rjo J fori S krov 3T REMEDY MLB BV 111 alii Vel v respect bn KELLY Rep Comaaer- rrmkfort Kv Se - 95 Atao those minutes containing copie oi Mason Ford contracts with State e eciaii lor the chair facto pies of the leeords were immedi- oiih the correspondent was notified he so lai declined ive them Io show more thoroughly the uti r icgard of the broth dimm by these need only to call attention to - nt to this paper B lent at bj its Frankfort This poiidctit sys with recorih ther him that lien llendrick Majoi and my t If otd for the contract with the present coin rai tors for the lir plant at the Frankfort i Sinking Fnud meetings Font litlsllli s was Collect lie and where lietidlv and Brown voted against Norman rlendriek and t von in adiance ni h these copies in lien j me to copy them troin the re A I like to have copies i 11 v hs 1 pi nitcitiarv and tnit the Governor and pt Ilea Voted - TAYLOR i 3H0S I H7R D W 7R E Ikwv J taatll on hand BARGAINS SHOPPING PUB m m Sad 1 came from the client direetiag thai cer ipplementary work be done he foreman returned to the house and fitrii thing n looked in to see how the bedroom lookh it iu need ed Horror of horrors The eompo which had bare used in defiance of specifications which called for solic carved wood- was a network of creeks TERiNG u may he sure that the damage was i quit kly repaired More shams You can uow have a mo leialeiv large ceding leaiitifullv dec AMAZING THE oiateil iu delicate relief from almost my design that you may choose to furnish and it will only cost you about jjo instead of Slui which lormeily you would have had to pay Instead of being modeled however it will be done by EVER OFFERED THK vv mil is known as the wpuiV process Toe ilesiii ia rvngfai penciled in and then a workman siuuds under it with a IG nuge tilled with composition made chicih of white lead aud liquid glue wttii which he goes over the dues This - vkotc ahst speck denotation will not take long to chip off legally paid by me He says that the Mates claim lor re- hut it is prettv while it latu The wor t of it is that it is oueu passed otl on an wards tor coini is had been prejudiced by my action in what way unsuspecting client as actual handwork 1 am at loes to understand yet the court SERVED HALF A CENTUKY Will III OF I juigmeiit for the sum claimed He says I wanted to allow the claim The Methodists have commenced tear iofor broken stones to macadam ize the interior of the prison at Eddyi ille ing down their old church cleaning the when the records show that this claim bricks and hauling away the rubbish lney will begiu the erection of a new was never at auy linn before the board and I t stilied that I did not believe it building at ouce which will lie a hand was within the ower of the board to in some and modern structure The old ctu such n expenditure ami tjie judg- uuiiuing originally belonged to the Pres- ment of the court reusing to allow it as pyleriaus and was built hy them in the year 1841 The erection of it was the olfset in the case of the Sta be s ld at almost nothing The largest Company oateinjajd niy subject of some legal controversy but this was settled in the couns and the contention o this xunt an He ivs that 1 broke up the the Km i ouuding dedicated soon thereafter It ILoTHlNu BHOB8 AHD Ha In to the Methodists in the vear Denee meeting when he knew tiiat to lie bmond at prices far absolutely false as will apjn ar from the The pulpu was liiieu from time to i statements of the citizens of that place time while the ireshy tenans had it by m K ireston J C Barnes at the tuue cleilaud James Lapsley John C I e are fair exam- luos what has been written and pub- - Young K P Humphrey Stewart Kob- aijd other div ines of national repu- spondent - and liln latioii it was a building with a history to sav nothing i ous elitorial utterances and indicate and n to linark removed flie new theit purpose of slander and malign at rat who th j most MuKl Â¬ 1 Â¬ as tor r cultural Im- - agunst it The reciow that the vote area recorded in e minutes m i that den lleiilrnk v ted against in king the tract slid that Gov Brown Cap Hcadley and Maj Hale rated tot it The animus in es in the fact that it wasihsirabie to show at ail hazards our partialilv ior uciitleinen even when the fac s were just the levers- - of what was staled is two of these eontrartora had been siil- tiieMisou iV Ford Company md one of thone two the cretary and I op rer of that corpotntioa the- c mrrict because it gie tiiese gentii men what I ileemed then and now an undue adaaaUCB of the t le The coirespeudent endeavors to con vey the iuipiession that I have failed n my duty to tiie State in the matter of In- - Mason lord Company contracts out car tin Iv cone as the fact that all - we made these before 1 be came An it r a that I had noenne hatever wit making them He examined the rei oils of a suit in the Franklin Circuit Court and stales that I as Auditor hy acre titiv a payment from the if on omji iny as author ied and directed by the Board of Sink ing Fund Commissioners during Got liuckiK rs term had prevent d the State from receiving intciest of the State claim aaius said company when the ioanad in tiie wan e recorda shows that t ie court gave ju Icemen for the interest Hrsaystliat I illegal allowed acaim of tiflOO to said company and the siine recoid sho s that this was hti gtteil and the court held that it had b- en ii The soil does not need very deep plow ng for beans A heavy mil is best Sandy soil is apt to be dt ticient in mineral plant food Beaaa tcipnre lioth lime and phosphate If then d is heavy it prob allv has enough mtash for this crop lint with heavy soil a thorough prepara- Â¬ tion ol the seed tied becomes very important ll the seed bed is not moist and friable the seed will come up evenly ami this will makea stand that ia difficult to harvest without loss hecause the lieaiis rill ripen in alsut the order of time that tbej started to grow Whether harvest ed by machine or by hand the beans have ail to lie pulled at once is en- in ly impracticable to go over a BeM two oi three times in order to allow the lieaiis to ripen up while it harvesting is delayed until the latest have njieneil some ol lie earliest and beat beans will be wanted by shelling It is impracticable to cultivate beans more than one way This is anothei lor planting in hills It makes it easy while the plants are small to give a lirtish with a hoe between the hills thus in- - wecis that w ill it left I greatly injure the crop It is not pot to destroy these weeds hv thtowing up din against the bean plants with the This ia often dona with corn cult rator an potatoes hut the eau leaf i easily re fa if wet earth is thrown yjn As a rule it is not nest to cultivate aftei the beans begin to blossom A little dirt on blossom or pod rusts the pd and in the crop For this reason the eel tivation up to bfoaaaaaing time should be of the most thorough character If there are weeds in the rows they should lie cut out with the hoe ihe liest kind of Leans for a beginner in bean growing te plant ia the medium white kidney It is an early beea and s sure to ripen evenly if planted white it nas no delay in coming up It is als limed to excess of frilagr ban are some ether aorta AenodyieMof white kidnev heans is twentv hiishels per acre It is a crop that responds lilierallv to mineral fertilizers especially phosphate Tim is aaoeaaai v for grow ing grain The leaves and stalks of beans can be grow ll on land deficient in lime but there will Ik- - few p ids and those not well tilled No stalie manure is required for beans It furnishes nitrogenous plant food bet in this the liean has the ability to secure horn the air through law OmpmalilW of air in the soil by its roots it h reason ably fertile soil there is always in hot weather enough fertility developed by en it ival ion to make igorous grow th The oiilv difficulty w ill be in making the grain product proportionate to the growth ol mes American Cultivator 1 I has been famous formanv ream for its remarkable freedom from consumption This immunity coupled with its eininentlv favorable climate has drawn large numbers of consumptives within its borders to secure relief Else where it has been seen that p oples ome wholly free from this bead disease have become Infected and thereafter have heeii slaughtered by it as witness tiie fate ol various tribes of Indians It is certain that more cases of consumption are repeated by our physicians now than prior to ten years ago as arising iu New Mexico amoig our permanent residents whether Finglish or baaaiab speaking people Therefore it is wise that we protect ourselves by exacting scrupu lous care from all resident or visiting con- Â¬ sumptives in the matter of spreading the infection Modern sieine is perfect satisfied that the disease is chietly distributed by the spit of consumptives be Â¬ come dry and iKiwdered and lasting in the air we breatbii llueapit aaeliim the doe tors call if contains the micros copic plant know n as the tubercle bacillus now known to he the origin of every case of tuberculat consumption All persons spitting pus should lt arn at once that they are a constant danger to their friends and neighbors and they should cheerfully co operate in the effort making throughout the civilized world to stem the fearful tide of this great White ague Consumptives should never spit on the ti ot rooms peblk halls churches nor on sidewalks and in dooryards nor in ears or other puhlicconveyatices Every person so affected should spit in some receptacle and should see that the sputum n destioyed by fire About the house there is no better way than to spit between the leaves of patent medicine almanac to be had freely at all drug shies -- and after a half dozen or tnoie spittings hum the hook While abroad a supply of small squares of loth may Ik carried each of size to hod a singie expei toiatioii tiiese placed In a paraffined paper envelope should be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 New Mexico surely the times weie never so lipe for the lessons which they enforce and they are most wise for they lift a matter mii h obsi Bred by amiable sentiment and by a reactionary temper into Ra true light Neve before I think has Christendom been so impatient of the things which divide it I wish that I weie at lilierty to speak here ot the strange and startling continuation of this which came to me not long ago when visiting those Oriental chinches w hose temper has been supposed to be the least friendly and fraternaland never were the hearts of men at any rate tlnotighout the Anglo Saxon world so widely or deeply stirred with a desire to Ire not only of one faith hut of one fellowship and one Order Jin lisus Christ Bishop Potter quoted at length from the late pastoral letter of the Archbishop of Canterbury and concluded as follows The counsel is of assuring application dear brethren in all our control and sieculatioiis Our passion for ovei precBM and minute construction and definition must needs have its manifold inn rations both for the trial of our faith and lor the greatening and deepening of our charity hi such temper then let us arise to our great opportunity and seek worthily to improve it If we would call ourselves the American church let us pray God fr such enlargement of our vision and most of al of our affections as shall make it the refuge of all doubting and storm tossed souls the true mother of rich and poor Of the seeker after truth and the tinder of it of the saintly smil and the returning prodigal alike all walking in its light and fed with its im moital read Â¬ Latest VS Tobacco Market lHirretl lymisville Waie House Dr ewk Th Baking isgssssa Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE I NEWS KENTUCKY SEDUCING THE SOUTH FAIRY Latest News From All Parts of th toninionweaUh STORIES REGARDING THE RE FQRM CLUBS VV0RK Its Reel Obleet Is Education and Not Cor- Â¬ FJected From tne Stage of the Kuckinft ruption Sinftll Fund Macnifled Into hcii heater Louisville Loiisvii ik Ky Oct 14 The duke Millions llo ir It Spreads Information of Marlbirouirh Influence and Scope the fiance of atlas Conseeso Vaaderbilt was Friday night We clip the following from Thelour- ejected from tne staire of the Rnrlrina- nal f Commerce and Commercial Bul- beaa theater This is the hading Atter supper he left the Oalt house letin of Sepr and was driven with his cousin Hon commercial juarual of this country and Iva Guest to t lie Buckinguam theater its statements show that the Reform I tne City Club and from one of rjfcfc tmttmi jf having millions of dol- the boxes he watched I annie Everett Iars which it is spending for connpt and the coryphees One dancer in reay has a small fund which gntterinr spangles lfhe Sophie PmP Erbs danced her way into the it is spending for educational pal very heart of the duke and aft- - It l - in fuct supplementing the work er the show with his cousin he made done by ocr schools und colleges or his way to the stage His cousin was ratiltr t is doingwork that thev should introduced as Mr Thompson and the i i uuae was mane Known to tne hoys in A Texas paper is manifesting great tne nies as Mr Stinson He immedi ately inquired for the object of his ad- rairation and tipped one of the staze naiids to carry her an invitation to supper The little lady showed a truly demo cratic and American spirit and sent word that she did not care to sun with his dukelets that a good American mister was good enough for her The duke anil his cousin stood about until thq verdant eye of Mr C G Hall the treasurer of the Miaco company wanMr Ball called the dered his way watchman and ordered everyone off the stage He was told that the little gentleman over there is the duke of He sari Marlborough I dont care if he is the king of Eniriand off ne goes and in conformity with the order theduke was hustled off the stage and told to wait in the saloon if he wanted to see the girl COAL LANDS Â¬ Â¬ DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH HIGHER MORAL QUALIFICATIONS FOR TEA HERS If there is one matter of school interest upon which public sentiment is unani nitiip it is the demand for a higher moral standard among Teachers When we get m ral men and women and none others for Teachers the question of moral instruction iu school may be safely left to take i are of itself An immoral Teacher cannot teach morality a moral teacher cannot avoid teat lung it Immoral men not a few we fear h ve been certificated to te ch anil the school system bears the odium loud from The complaint is as immoral patents as from the most upright The veriest scapegrace wants to see his children moral hence demands a We have heard the moral teacher clamor from men w ho are notorious for keeping but few of the commandments who on account of the intimate with the tea her know the contamination which he spreads about him Soperintendeati and examiners can rid the schools of this s igma It re quires moral courage but most of onr superintendents have this first of all qualifications If an applicant of shady morals presents himself for examination let it he refasad if he is not known to the hoard and obtains the certificate up on false testimonials let it be revoked as soon as his tine colors are shown by his conduct Better a teacher without schol Â¬ Â¬ as quicklv spt tlasks and paper linings may stitutes it no cost buriel M convenient Pocket nps with destructible lie had chcaplv or sub- Â¬ - v devised Spittoons of crockery should be provided in hotels oi rata and antiseptic water kept in them tiiese should be emptied in privies and then thoroughly scalded Whin- mo t oi i e tuheiculosis is harm tit once dry it is easily spread in the air and very dangerous On m account should such sputum fall where domestic low Is or dairy cow scan take it in as both classes of animals are apt to do for lioth are known to be easily contam inated with tulierculosis and to he ca pable in turn of communicating the disÂ¬ ease t human beings Iliysi ians often remark upon the un tidiness of manv consumptives Perfect cleanliness aeeeJd be observed men should keep moustache and Ireard closely trimined the reverse is unfortunately the custom with many such invalids pains should be taken not to let the sputum dry on bed linen or covers handkerchiefs should not be spit upon but if so casually used theu should he soaked iu a carbolic solution aud boiled bef re final washing Room occupied by consumptives should be constantly well aired otten cleansed the furniture and woodwork wiped oft with cloths and dampened in carbolic aolatioaa s per teal al times the doors and walls also and room va-Â¬ cated by a long resident grave case should lie emptied and thoroughly cleansed and disinfectcii as after diphtheria or email Â¬ Â¬ i Vast Area Divided I n Itetweeu Two such nonaanan lllue SjVatM Kstates The Reform Club has not yet succeeds d IK viitk Kv Oct 14 Deeds have just hi en passed between Dr George M in ia ling 54000 aud it has- not spent tlisberse I hamoerlain trusee for tiie estate quite all it has raised All it- its publi of James M deceased nients hare been in support of lirvant cation office except a tritie that has de111 of C and Mrs Lo D Van A inkle executrix of the late frayed the extx iises of some public meetJohn S Van Winkle of this city by ings The C handier of Commerce comwhich a vast area of coal and timber mittee has probably raised less money lands in Kentucky- and Tennessee were and its ex ei ditnres have been of the divided so that each of the parties be- same genual character The Reform Club has bought or hired come owner in fee and without partners of large tracts The lands ac- no southern paper Much less has it cruing to Dr Chamberlain as trustee bought or hi ed auy si Tit hern politician are in Hulaski Whitley and Laurel The hi lief n the Reform Club is that counties Kentucky and those of Mrs the southern silver men are honest bnt Van Winkle along the state line in niisiifi lined and that any attempt to hitley county Kentucky and Scott influence tbttn by money weald be fuand Campbell counties Tennessee tile and rssaated M an iu ult The southern papers that are printing the lllew a Hole through His Hon v liter ttuie i at wed by the Rt form Club are Stanton Ky Oct 14 Duke V was shot ana instantly killed at his doing it because they believe r their home on Cane CreeK about ten miles readers believe in sound money The from here by Levi Anderson a middle matter is supplied to them and thev Bgad man Anderson had bought a print it if they wish it and it does not shotgun at Stanton and stopped at cost them anything But they are not arsliip than a teacher without character isou s place to show it to him Out paid to piiai it Southern Si hool of fun Wilson began to guy Anderson The Reform Club has issued more about his purchase telling him he had han 1500000 copies of the It numbers TYPHOID IN KENTUCKY got the hot end of it as the gun was of ft rgnh r publication Sound Cur 1 he Health Authorities llecotuint-- Alarmed out of style Anderson became very reucv ni editions varying from dOOOO Diphtheria Also angry ana jerKing tne weapon irom to ihlO000 iccordin- - to the adauabil- 11 Lot isv iitK Ky Oct The Uson s hands pulled back tne trig- ity if the vinous numbers for popular A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ distn corruption fund of 600000 said to have been raised ljy the Chamber of Commerce or the Reform Club or each of them for the purposes i seducing t e south in m its loyally to the long surTjring aud down trodden white metal This money it repre sints i being disbursed to secure the control of newspapers and to buy tind money candidates fur legislatures and for congress This corruption fnnd is a mere nightmare It does not exist It is as baseless as the cargo of gold tht finest was declared in a Colorado affidavit to have brought from London and used in bribing co igremen to commit the Children and aaragei crime of 187S easily believe in fairies and spooks and the trpernatnra ia various manifestations hut e iy will grown men who wish tone reputed intelligent and sensible disgrace themselves by repeating Sales on our market tor the week Hist closed amount to 241 i hhda with receipt HE OFFER A REMEDY WHICH lor the stme period 610 hhds Sales on IHSURES SAFETY TO LIFE our market since lanuarv 1st amount to OF MOTHER AND CHILD Sales of the crop of iN4 151 103 hhds m our market to this date amount to 50703 lihds baits oa our market thir week included ROBS CONFINEMENT OF ITS PAIN 1029 hhts o hurlev tobacco and the marHORROR AND fllSK ket showed a decihd improvement in for burley of good color rices tspectally My wife us ties She including leal lugs and trash There ha anil quickly relieved is now doing splendidly also been a decided advance in medium red J s Mohton Harlow ST C All grade- - considered the market fillers Sent by express or mail cr rrveipt of price has been higher this week than at an aer asttle Book TO MOTi It has now time sine the close of June BUAPFIHD KKI IITOK CO TMTT1 t become generally tecngnized that the esti- SOLO BT ALL DKCOOI8TS nf vtit iv Hint ts I1t111 vi tlA t tp uSf- ot stroved by the host and freeze is verv We have bad verv unfavconservative orable weather foi curing the crop after being housed as the weather has been almost unintermptedv dry a repetition of the weather coi dition- - which prevailed last fall and which had such an unfavora THE h e effect on the crop The following quotations fairly repre- sent our market tor burley tobacco is 4 crop Trash Dk or damaged 2 75 50 to Common co ory trash 1to Medium to good colory trash 3 50 to 5 00 z JS to Common I agl not colory 0 ommon colory lugs 400 to y Medat to Good c ai Lags 3 50 to Common to Medium I eat 00 to 7 co Medium to Good Leaf o 10 l ooj Good to line Leaf ooto I 00 I e ect Wrappers 00 to 30 o WIVES Mothers Friend la iil - Read About 1 3S ELLIOTT INSTITUTE 1 LvioitrF led Oct 14 Edward Porter a Nobis county farmer was killed Friday in a runaway acciuent atur ay while returning from her hus- auds grave Mrs 1orter suddenly exÂ¬ lieci satloeni- - pired panned and enriched ilia health It will give Ii i ir- In him hesure tliit thi l hint to nlle id those large The Darlington Wis Journal n there is s much thai is tonally of a popular patent medicine At scl Whisky the We knew from experience that Cham place where manv a yuan man hrrlains Colic Cbosra and Diarrhea starts tn drinking K Remedy is all that - claimed or it as or are bntughl t bear upon bin ami two occasions it sopped excruciatmj his downfall is almost certain ved ns irom an un piins and While his pareuts iia e ma We would not rest easv rices to keep him in school tintimelv grave This not realizing tiie iiniMtrtanci ver n gh without it n the house remeuv undoubtedly aves more pain ami oi s In cllcss t his unit he r uttering than any other medicine in the vice tn rut A ml you lia Every family should keep it in world We have no w wreck the house lor it is sure to be needed soon at Kirksville tun there lieinga For sale hv Kigalis Pharmacy or later moral element throughout the vvc hat neighborhood ad Have you a sni or t ilatil thai v ni arc thinking f m iliiitr away 10 itfbool Be sin- tn acioct a BT t T I t uili iitliin This is universal ad- Ky 1 sept Uo J V good Kcbool MM ton SVBS found dead oa vice Waiters aged t hie advice is the Winchester pike Tuesday night at host place Snine nttlie lust s l 10 oclock The Mate W C r I are located w here the bmmI hold is annual convention in tiie en rtiiein es abound Fill our b city daring church tral fhristian head with kn jiect the last t iree days of tins week be his moral culture and what ginning Thursday It vou think much id vou Tired wmen need to have their blooc Iiv s future yon will consider tl - - ts i by them stienth 11 -- ami -- 11 FINE OLD LIQUORS 2 TO 14 YEARS OLD Pure Old Whiskies for Family and Medi cinal Ises Creek in 5 and In gallon vantage over anv other Bcbooj irirl wants it ing and up hat will lifting four boy ants has iviiniiir influence h ville is tree Irom ihe evils of card daying etc Nt all towns are thus s UT Packages a spectaltv Iree t Semi Expense mir Imi large towns and there are numer ous calls upon him for money Ami while theiv are -- nine beiRHtS t be ilerived there are tenfokl n w itli which he must cooteed 1 irlent pox v silAMs IN INTERIOR DECORATION Miams shams nothing but shams A New Yoik tirm of cabinet makers and leeoratoai hail a narrow Banana the other day to a bedroom of great pretentiousness and it was all ready for the return of the lauiilv who have been abroad fat mney months Word Tiuis the Fitteenth The had put the finishing touches This as well as tlii earlier preventive measures is of the highest importance as dwellings may become highly infected and are then especially dangerous to children who easily succumb to tubercular meningitis tubercular disease the joints and of the abdominal glands and not very rarely to similar pulmonary involvement it is iecaaeheat on all physicians to explain these matters carefully to every consumptive patient and to all keepers of lodging houses and hotels that they may see t fiat their consumptive guests observe closely the rules herein laid Â¬ t down Where consumptives follow out rigidly these precautions there is no reason why that should not associate freely and safe ly with healthy persons or be waited on closely by the laltet when seriously ill Adopts J Aug 13th Ifiaa by the New Mexico Territorial Board of Health CHURCH UNION SIGNIFICANT UfTERANCES BY A PlbTCN- GUI8HED EPISCOPAL BISHOP Bishop Potter at the annual convention of the Episco-Â¬ pal church iu the diocese of New York has attracted considerable attenti m in religious circles in the Fast In the course of his address the Bishop said W it h a new age the e comes not only new men but new crises and the wisdom of the Church will be to recognize their existence and frankly and couraseousiy to swept their demand A year ago in this place I spoke of some of them which concern our social structure and which are a product of those strange aud difficult conditions of which our fathers never dreamed and which the wisest of them could never have anticipated But there are others concerning most of all our acclesiastical life which to us here at any rate must needs Ire of pre eminent iiicern and which wc may not pretend to ignore Conspicuous if not foremost among them is a widespread unrest ac companied iu quarters get graphically and ecclesiastically most remote by an earnest and simultaneous longing for the reunion of the seveial portions of Christs flock throughout the world I may not attempt to trace their history here but no one of us can be unmindful of theii expression but in other lands and in our own A vt nerable ecclesiasticim incarnated in the person of a venerable ind t ngagit g prelate in the Vatican has breathed them out iu terms oi deÂ¬ vout longing to which w re sHtnd and the head f Anglican Chris in has answered that plaintive if ie utterance in i which are verily both timely and wise think for Â¬ - An address made by gers and emptied both loads into the young mans back and side tearing a fearful hole Votiuir laiiv omniiis suiciue HoiKfNsviiiK Ky Oct 14 tammie Russell the beautiful daughter of J D Kussell vice president of the Planters bank was found dead in the garden of her home Sunday afternoon with a ballet hole in her head and a pistol by her lie Sue had not a known cause for snieide an 1 the family which is one of the best in this section of the state believe the case either murder or accident rather in clining to the latter theory lit rilmii in Gored by a Steer Broke in His stomach Paris Ky Oct 11 Lloyd Spark a Horace SiiKi itvviiiK Ky Oct 11 county and M ddleton a wealthy young farmer well known citizen of this C Alexander was gored living near here took an overdose of herdsman for hy a vicious steer on a farm near Anti morphine Saturdav night Physicians och this county Wednesday receiving were summoned and in attemptinsr to injuries that resulted in his death a save him broke the tip off of a stomach few hours later pump Dr Wat hen was then sum moned from Louisville and performed Editor Moure Indieted Lkxinoton Ky Oct 11 The fed- one operation taking the tip out of his He may recover eral grand jury has indicted Editor stomach Charles C Moore of Lexington for 1 rj iur to save His Life sending- an ohscene publication through Hopkixsviiir Ky Oct 14 John the mails The objectionable publica- T Yojng a vvealth3- - fa mer of Todd tion was his paper the Blue Orast county has had his leg amputated just Blade above the knee the bone having be- Â¬ The Brooks Case come diseased as the result of injuries Fivnkfoht Ky Oct 11 Hon Har- Â¬ received over 15 years ago His life vey Myers of Covington argued the wa- - threatened from disease and this case of Brooks vs the Commonwealth was his only chance of saving it of Boone connty Brooks was charged The Wrong Man with suffering a gambling- device and Billy Mul McKiNNEY Ky Oct 14 the case was submitted to the court cheyna who was taken for Jack Roth Kltted Grand Master accused of killing his brother-in-laseveral liowiiM Oukkn Ky Oct 11 The Wilkinson Aiuisville in Kentucky grand lodge of odd fellows nonths ago and arrested here by ciected Dr C P Meredith of Emin- Â¬ Deputy Marshal Newt Craig this week Reports showed was taKen to Junction city where he ence grand master uie order to be flourishiug in the state vas identified and turned loose Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ health authorities of Louisville and the btate are alarmed at the prevalence of typhoid fever and diphtheria which are raging as was never known before in Kentucky The death rate in Louisville for SepÂ¬ tember was doubled on account of the prevalence of these diseases and there has been no abatement- From all sections of the state reports come of the ravages of typhoid while the danger from diphtheria is almost as great Schools have been closed and jno cases of typhoid are re uorted from Grant county Ik lo i It has supplied broadsides readies which have been folded into country newspaper ami aBBaSdsnawppIeaaaateto 3ii paper- - Having an aggregatecircele iton of --Ins 210 which g ves au average of huo Th is getting sound currency literature it to the hands of the farmers in the back c lunties who si e only one newspaper tad do net often get to public mi rttngn This is getting back of the local bom or the leading politician to the sovereign voter himself Of these papers 20 ire published in the southern states including Kansas iu the south western group aud these papers have an Â¬ Â¬ b SILVER CREEK KY i I Wholesale Dealers Imi i OKSIKK Tn Mike OUR PLANS OP MONEY OPERATION AS SI RE ABSOLUTE SAFETY OF INVESTMENT Mike your money earrl vou a monthly salarv to and more made daily bv our new svmtsmatic plan of Operation on small in upwar ItitmsS bom 10 you to investigate our All we ask is lor Past new and original methods plan and highest references fun how to Points and Hints Our Dooklet mike tronev and other bslOf raatio i 1 Inluspitaiit Ilisitaht Kirksville and vieinitv is It is the natural disi wonderful sitinli nt the nile hero this no people were ever more an iniistn hre a ii nsjHriiis s1iihI in their midst M 1 - n on 11 girl can afford anv other school iu prefeience tu the Kllintt liistitii There are a great manv points he cousitleretl 1 aggregate circulation of 1C3000 and an average circulation of T41 In the middle west and northwest tin se supplements are used hy 04 papers whose average circulation is a little more than 1000 Gil MOKE CO man Sound currency literature already set Open Board of Trade Bldg Chicago l6 2a and tern trpul what is tailed plate matter bat been supplied to and used very freely by 501 papers with an aver age circuia iuu of 1400 and an aggre Warehouse and Coal Yard gate circulation of 794419 and of these there are in the southeast and southwest circulation of tOC with pa 11111 2 1000 A large supply of cartoons has also teen prepared and is being I will rent privately the warehouse and freely used The majority of the publications of he club have been illustrat- coal ard near the K CA R R Station KenneiU Th s ed and lees than a third of tbem have now occupied by Coyle is the best location and most valuable been of that literary or statistical charThe prapertv of the kind in Richmond acter which is supposed to be unaccept warehouse is new but will be repainted at average man The publicable to th Possession given Jjnurv I iSo once I 11 BLANTON ation as a whole have heeii of a veiy Apply to Their numbers are popular character 17- Chancellor summed up as follows -- hefiire entering scl Â¬ Â¬ Sound Curt Mice series pages Broadside lSRilOO lfioflOOO -- Mrs It 1 t Grannis died Thursday morning 24 years Mrs Flkminosbirg tirannis wife of Circuit Clerk inn is Dead Oct-- 11 Ky aged Lexington The Futurity Race at Lexlnrton Ky Oct 0 The first heat 8000 Â¬ Dress Goods Â¬ of the S JoOO Futurity was a dead heat between Oakland Baron and Katrina Bell Larabie 3 Impetuous 4 Time rlfi1 Oakland Baron took the lead to the first quarter and led all the way till within fifty feet of the wire when Katrinn Bell came strong- and they finished on even terms Second heat Futurity won by Oakland Baron all the way Scourine was 3 seconTime lioreal Oakland Baron won third heat in Futurity never being headed Scourine second Impetuous third Time star Pointer won the Tennessee pacing stake taking fourth heat in 20S4 Frank Agan second Vera Capel third The stake was worth 4000 Oakland Baron won the fourth and last heat in Futurity Scourine second Boreal third Time - AccompliAliea Musician Dead 300000 Laww m id no Ky Oct 14 Mrs oberpariv 3 Capt W E Beli one of the souths SIOTOOO Total most accomplished musicians a graduThe influence of this work on the ate of Cincinnati conservatory and a near relative of Senator Ransom min public sett meiit of the south and west ister to Mexico and the Gaston family ia already apparent The literature of the clnb las been reproduced at second of Tennessee died here Sunday and third and fourth hand and is found l o Marries a Child Aged not aware Sergeant Ky Oct 14 James Gil- Â¬ in papers that probably are of Reform liam water a prominent farmer aged that hey are using portions i Â¬ Â¬ 1 Plte matter pages Reprints nn1 111 lliu ous docunis nts through supply liureau Speech and others not in cluding tae much greater numls r lately fu Tisbcd at the expt use of 5UU000 125000 The studies embraced in the We carry five co curricuraoB a Scientific h nt study Commercial d Normal e Musk Semi fbr our catalogue that you may see the studio embraced in each course We will be glad t send you one The Teachers Ability to Teach Oar faculty ssakade up of in four teachers each a d We are are pared his line immI e kimw that ynti work will le satisfied at our school and that JOB will like our teacher- - This is nnt always the ease Oar patrons will testify to the trtithtiiln statement A Ltacatioa of School many people want tu go to school in a large town ao as to gel the We have see II of the town Master Commissioners Notice tnwiis have iiinteevil influences than to Creditors inoil niirs Whisky halls corrupt society evil games etc often ruin Madison Circuit Coirt young iiicn wliik- at school in these Laura Scudders Admr Plaintitl POE lieiEItTT v - Â¬ Â¬ i i i ew York Store in MS Ky Oct 9 Lkxinoton Sale owner of the noted stallion Temple Bar 517X tried to kill George W Spear the former driver of the horse at the fair grounds here with a pistol Sale was disarmed but returned to the grounds laUr in the day and started after Spear with a piece of plank Several horsemen caught him and gave Spear time to get away The latter swore out a peace warrant for Dr Sale The who was placed under bond trouble grew out of the old Temple Bar scandal at Cleveland when both Spear and Sale were ruled off for alleged crooked work Spear has been eahnatatad but Sale has not Â¬ Trouble Between Horsemen lr Â¬ Club doeranenta The Reform Club has not insulted the Pay to Miss Mary Candill aged 13 daughter of Cecil Candill a respected south by trying to subsidize its papers Many costly or buy uj its politicians It has sought rti ham of tiat place reaents were driven to give ii formation to the people and it has certainly succeeded remarkably in the wide and effective distribution of sound cumncv literature iocisvn I k Ky Oct 10 The em They siy a fellow in Henry county ployes in Frank Henrys cooper shops one on Builit street and one on Eghth Mo is so cranky oa the silver question Dry fiat he digs np all the goldenn ds and and Lane streets and those at s white com and wont ulcs on Shelby street struck for high Â¬ er wages Wednesday afternoon to his wile because she has golden lir is forever denouncing the gold Too i ool for 1 hautauqnana BcwiiNo OaaaJt KyOct 10 Owing c ire wont keep the golden rule and t vant to enter the golden gates 0 the cool weather the Bowling Green Evauslou Wy News Register hautauqua meeting broke up and the inent people who were here have left for other points PiOPLE TERRORIZED A llapuy Reunion Willi llrsit In Kentnekr That Over Looks Like a Yodrk Lion Lawkekckbiro Ky Oct ia The MoiiKisiAO Ky Sept 2S Great ex ral Veterans association reunited prevails in the southern of honor the c temea xican war vet- - pirt of this county and northern ta tea and 44 regiments put of Morgan county over the rani a ipearance of a wild beast in that ted 11 Mi WrifrhL of tor i in merman Better ol The condi near Pa aifon was in town Friday aft Loi says that about 5 oclock tion of Col Tom Zimmerman is aij t moon and Tuesday evening she started for astrp improved that he much of woods near her house for a cow of A O to thwhen tie strange animal came oat of stajr-iG-lathe stri j and crossed a field and en- 6 of loons Eye was married Satur t ti Against prerailiB Kirksville We havego a Laura Scudders Heirs c De- tendants society tiuir churches ai d a ihmI All persons haying claims against the tiinrai clctuctit estate ot Laura Scudder deceased sre 4 Hculthtuliiess of the locality hereby notified to file the same legally must be considered It is a tact verified with the undet signed on or before that tin healthful iiess of h he 2oth day ot November 1895 ot saur and vicinity cannot Ik- surpassed will be barred S E SCOTT Cos TI y importaat Master Comr M C C I7 tS 5 Hon Boatiadaratioa jk-iweek par week Tuition id for catalogue tor further inMaster Commissioners Notice 1 bvrajetotraa None Â¬ To Creditors Madison Circuit Court S T Cobbs Admr Plaintiff formation WmTTYWAIMol IVin Kirksville Kv Â¬ Agamst Narcv Cobb Sic Defendants All persons having claims against the estate of S T Cobb iereased are here by notified to file the same legally veri lied with the undersigned on or before or same the joh day of November liy will be barred S E SCOTT Master Comr If C C 17 iS COAL E I -- Hut I Ci In- AND SOUTHERN KY Master Commissioners Notice Te Creditors LM Dealers BEAITYVILLE GOALS Madison Circuit Court Tiptons Trustee Plaintiff ga 1 Office on Irvine street -- L M Tiptons Creditors t c Defts itoin at the dste of his assign the same legal erebv n it Iv verified with ti e nndersigned on or if claims agan OPPOSITE THED New Opera House November i S E SCOTT er Comr faJeJ Pi Per J JeL- THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON I IToK M - MM ART Of THE REFORMS ACCOMPLISHED IN KENTUCKY SIM ETHEPARTYCAME INTO POWER kERALLAXDRUM i ien Wm letiniies liindrnni on the 11th day ol Eebtunry iv he ha- - sini He was the oldest child of AKMKK PCHLl KKl K v hgDAT BT Ths Climax Printing PRICE PKH ITK 1EMMKATIC or l Go 150 IHhhl Kentucky TVnix rata who niav I in rimed 1 lose tlieir tempera in the of the enrreiiev Mks and to lo e Martha latniniiii in the State er h pi nign amy profit by pending gini mud nod aeoaibie statements iiotn the and suliseqoenl a ile Ilu tler 1 i va lv i - frgJtifrag IS Vir- - iinv r ha oiler to the lteull mm tlie PMili a ith her patty dow in nt luem -- in Ii M WAT HARi it Sta 11 tale K r domination c in the Common we of its acta k i ckorman HKMlK ri ail For A HVNRY V H ii i JOIl Bciala liail baen ehi tel by month befoie were in- into itlii- a tiie Capitol al Prank- - tlie aHiiirs of the State hail la en in the hands of the enemies of Democracy When he Democrat control of the government at Frankfort tbej foam that they were confronted Retbrtua were with crave problem h a lihii L th leii rats T ihe rank of private to liiat ol ni - - XtwA HHaawHaHHHaBiaBBwl aaaBBaW BaaiiaalaBnilt it He received a nahre at Boena Vista At the close of tlie Me turned I nii lie re tin- en ik- home ithce ami during his leisure hours studDuring 1850 and 1851 he ied law undertook he ancfa 1T In -- v m LEADEE QUALITY QUANTITY AND LOW PEICE3 eiiic mi Ii laws el ol now MlrriLlEK JAMES D l Ki administration of affairs as were beat calm serve the inte unlin n ol the a liule eitizt nship ol the that t nla throngh ion II I elk of tlie the n-t I Keuiueky Cavalry known lil ill ijhl o in - nt l i we dill III illlll lli wiUi om m DAV i - i M w Ii - i I ID IHf iiHWlM I r KMTM - the Sim let nth e to the Col Lamlruu iv in the whole pe t battles Uhirkaxiw Bayou Arfc Prior in li7 tlie pablic h ol system ilack Ikxrare a ick Hiver Ihidge and in the age of - on the e Mnail Mini ot wenthnrg and 1m kaou tin e nth ol property bad been collected comniandi ud Brigade and this was eKt t Division Thirteenth Army Corps educate tlie diildreu of the In tne battle of Sabine tlie moi iits hy a lame ma iih Di isi ii lliii ji rity voted an increase of fifteen rente lle was promoted on each fUKJ worth ut propert forachool lie to Bl purpo ruihng that Baton IJouge disti U t foi land of thecavalrj some time and Talk party that both ii couit of lnstrui tioiis at New Orb and vote- - in 18X2 When the war ended ien Ijindrum - hHi pur- ed to lanca ter and in ISiiT was jieeii that the fnnd i the Stie should lie equally li- - appointed Collect irof Internal Revenue for tlie Eighth Kentucky iliatrirt which on t le ninth to lie ainong the children ol the reference t or color position he held until 1885 He tilled the without i He was pra office with ability I log cln lera hai child ol the lie treason the name law at Lancaster when illness overtook urn v - education as is drawn Originally a Whig and an emancipa e child nt the a earth f land owner The tionist he became a Republican He It waatbe Dt nam rat it party of Ken liairuian of the State Central that founded our asylums for the u mittee oi his part for several terms He for the insaue for the fee ir 111 per- - inal fi ien of ien isynary Uuidni accomplished tien iter on many iijmimstration ol affaira in the in - cian -- t md lat ible v ttde exception the --I I MISTER YOU VE DROPPED YOUR A SSTOIHEMI 1J S WJ BilalBlJ T 4m WITHOUT ANY PARLEYING Of words we A GREAT DIG PIECE FOR 10 CENTS- len I wl - St at Tur- - e i i sty A7 A 10 A I want to say to tho heads of families that if th3y YE in the purchase of their supplies for the We make no premises VE ITS A CALL ley 1 lid will net carry out Here is how we will save you See the prics lie pr - z i a Pine nili lie s anl the r yard per yard i u- ii- ht iitli 1 yard I - Daniel HIM UKrAM e lr- eeu hiiiiiii- - For ruling eider in the Presbyterian church at Lancaster 1 ii as been a after a in 7 Bleached Cotton yard wide 5c per yard Sea I- - ami Cotton vard wid r vard All Wool Flannels 20e per yard All Wool Red Flannel per yard becked ottons very pcood for 5e per vard Fast Colon Turkey Red Table Damask 25c per yard The biggest Towel on earth 8jc Bed otnforts i trood one to ni A Nn I - i i n r party in power was i luikey huyei Will r kship ant at tai party i w- that Si RYIVORS OF THE BATTLE - the one PERRYVILLE M ET AGAIN drive THE OLD CAMP GROUND 3 GOODS ii-- ir nl III Mm Lit MM M IT i ih UAhTHVS HUtViMs tiiKi I of h The Mh of thirt tiiree j ne of the mosl in led iatt e- - of the lie of tlie ion was fought near Perryville the nineteen illy number of tlie enliven have been men boys from both arm the tirst dn and integrity the other ortieiats joint ri union the annivi the one exception named Iiave of the fight The crowd was large variously estimate at from a good time and even aud or corruption ill W88 ll with the old Maxville road in the territory a niirderate lines were formed Two ii without stands weie en ctedone tor the apeakeni it he hat v the Junction Kentucky leiuocracy needs no apot-i- ity tiin i puie Hand The clow her- Shelby villi- - Seutiual irlj in tlie morning and people were coming and going all the day SKETCH OF HEX MA HONE kuer and Hoheon who el bad been put down forspeeches fai show up and Col Root J Bm kim ien Win Mabone died in W oi thin city was put at to address the I lie had been invited to introduce niber Geo Wm Malione as crow the ether orator and ha not then oasion hut prepai - ii public life dm mg th l ceptionall Blight in he arou Dthusiasui among tin sln1 li His peculiar elan- Icith in the tuorni sti Â¬ I I I I knary lias been witliout spot and has numbered among I hi - at m 750 All Wool Plaids for dresees or shirt e per vard - 01 shirt All Vv mil Plaids tor lr 60c per vunl N ivelty Dress Patterns in Mohairs up to 1500 Ity Mohairs tiji to 150 inl k linen 11 Satin ImhIi lor skirts or full suits at -- 5 and ml t1 1 - me hi- - Waco - pre ow n dams Hosiery and Underwear pair i m - Re- - 00 I sold br the money The best Ladies Vest for ever sold Childrens Vests ami Drawi rs from 15c np hildn ns LFnion Suit- - ur 60 cents well wort Ladies Union Suits 200 well worth J s iv A K - I little stranger p i int at the inline oi in the i carri BLANKETS A unday in Richui ya vi N N1 Comforts at mu kt Blanket at we ever offered 150 A good Blanket at 225 A g blanket at 300 Eider Down Comforts at 14 Eider Down Comforts at f550 J BLANKETS mod Bbw-Eider Down Mr- - John Duncan and Woodcock vis- - Price T surne her list I - lid n especially his hat at the ceremonies at the m the afternoon to him This hroa - bary- - i Bul B with - know Wi to inform the Pant- - whati Hot ith votitiL for a ni lie you sre wormy and ym it an i ien Mahone maiks an epoch in the history of tlie Inited stale- - since He ha- - been dur war of a cent quarter la t le my the central liine in i at one tune his slight figure n one of the most vio was tl lent political -- tonus that ever rayed in iiicie s He was in hi- - sixty ninth -- Ibe tiny iniio In beneath its hade sparkled eyes ever pn- c s a lh- - favorite M NVMtCK Law in IN m rg i raa Ji i niiihi MM IKdUVt iriMirH tiis - Hero ot won In his wonderful coar k when ii Petersburg nug a mine leneith lohriquel was t inriilge wa by Mr Millan of lehation who mad- - a sinm and aiuiioin iale snewrh After the speaking Captain Turner Bottom who was acting master f iiionie- - deelu lor dinner and the veterans cliarged the battlemen chicken country ham and the tho i aml and one other thiiij- - which oeople from the couutry arouu i had ot in ba kets There waa plenty for all to eat Dinner over the veterans beaded by the Wat Hardin Rates t apt Charles Com commanding from Harrodsbuig formed a procession and marched to the iund and decorated the j graves of tlie unileiitifiel i mfi over the ieel Toe Itirle fi i 1 Col itiei-UEM We have he rain an - ith a i Tl mis MA fai mers w ill I 1 The tnnot he bcal GLO THING Si e Mi- thai ive for Pittsburg Pa in i if - 0 10 w w 10 Suits and fl2 Snits Our line of 15 Suit- Theae we call our Big 3 thev cant be beat Overcoat ami CI 12 50 and 15 Boys Overcoats aad Ulsters 1 f6 and 7 50 that are - and the very lowest prices From 75c ap to the vcrv best irtru fEi our lines of 1 - te ni yea a few days m an H and c KS and Ihe kids are all as happy flower V uii Ii c i i Jrlfci iLaT r w TO pw MI IH1S M Joe J Johnson was run morning k M ner ami killed p st Mi en vi -- v ii i St County iin- - rnday - nin He It i O A L v jl A TS g J9Hi Onr S900 i P ii which p lure shall not law and later hl tm in alone the credit of keeping Ietei tbe Inioii hands hy repaiiing at the r iiaiteied Coo federate lie had jmned the Confederate ike him chnn making lt Ii Atkinson ofthedavi The U S Govt Reports ivoerior to all others i O - Dain i inl S at show Royal Baking Powder Tth se Ii 7p in k Onr y00 Wi j parching weather had and property a 1rigadier lieneral m omitted in destroying our verdent commissioned in Kentucky or flume othei six atooths later became nes- - the sly frost accomplished last Marc A Roy Manager tle father naarry a Major General At the close nf th- arm week lati d a- - he has done again us or is original work ol engi- The s s began a new quarter Sun a li 1 be marry alter ren enl of the day w ith renewed other n Uloi ofel ntwond uuld Norfolk iV Telinessei IBJhua Mr W G Powell Last i has Mist inherit and the A lip led him into the iisl undergone ample repairs Our Bleu il arena and he ill once a siiiued a Kelitlickv children Wll all improving iiieir lanes in some rolina tak the property loreuin i position in the internal affairs An our iug to rofierty awhich wa at that time den iii on la t Mrs T Q Martin - debt aoou with i that in tuin liucipie of law that ce between the Margaret Martiu Mr ami U Ijowry shearer Mra Iattie Tribble and Mrc politl ii s ug in mall He wan ld Ioweil of W United Statea Senate in 1879 aldw in ol L Mrs I firebrand east into a mas- - of dry other Male tinder and Irom the peculiar attitude School Monilav in a tenant hotel OUS ice- - in I a high ral he caused one that he at elected hv Mr It P Mc id - ate may h- uli- of the most hitti ha- - licon very sick Rev T Q Martin lx rn nt iawfl whei ever known in the fa at las Htigoelya since hi- - htbora at Red a divorce granted in it p mnts ly hi OW iinpn hind neat last acted with the He nihing in any other titati on of Ii them the cnltj of cvele I lis course bmiuj under tlie tha the s l l e Demo- rath of the decide thived i with open anus aim tlie Federal patron II Sunday a man leave Smtl ihe teat mei was turned over to him with nj g t a divorce ill K ing Sptemlie Since that time he baa been par- again the tm t woman would be his wife lem toe Republican leader in Virginia over tin- narve t of soui- - whi according to the south ved in the Senate until K7 when i IimI may add lo Hi- - elm and Ya Cars hi wil Although he arci ward ing t intiv in V lie reiaine the Bepiibhean iiW I -- i 1 I i - family m pariici- in the i ipture of the Norfolk naw nimnnded vard in 1861 ai He was ent of Virginia iUMnpiAi BKOi K I -t ity Mo IKSTOWN illliiv What the dry and eastern Kai Southern phone line is up onti DEXCE m re Our 75 i s Jackets at fSJ tSfrr f7tl SK or mr in leiierM Aif Yon -- et in A splendid lie t and newest ruuii or anio th gotids at SH Vmi tin- il - i at the very lowest prices pair that an- well arortfa more m reu this reason and t Miwnea Jack vast to see onr Cape at ket in -- inuoth Chikli tiixe mir tariiet w T rx - t M V C f4 nana 1 JT j kw 9aVniapnL j f ft v U -- V as I ii m nin SJfrr i Highest Honors Worlds Fair is iu and -e Ayvarded i i l e 3 SI S - CfO VKT f T rri i rs fcjra TL 2 ror - a can lid CREAM any prop -- end lo him in Kentucky or any Years We have 9 Kept Imitators Busy 14- i i ni g II ler i iia it would bv Littli BAKING her MOST PERFECT MADE a C py- - HMek dug tlie Govermnetit fora prlntii ie or more of groiimiowi his the and 111 GROSGRAJN rrTT I TliTTVrf ULDEilLiilllliO T ri w Z i i asPMati L and SLK FINISH PARIS Kid fi of Tartar Powder Free any other adulterant i fThase lorr iii bramis ard our name on sotVMa Mm Y ij - S rajJJs against 8anh Carolina Mr Willie Tu 40 STANDARD ftLi rei rctalirtii fci ra3pjf7J JftiiiJi THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY DEMOCRATIC 1i 1985 Climbics Higher H D Fast Time DEVICE son of Mrs Allen Dr Conner In Dr Hooker sold reFmbry is now chief clerk of cently by R P Ft s Sons paced a the t rand Hotel Clucauo He is oulv half mile at Lexington Mo inlay in 108 l yuan old which is li wait Tlie record for colts of his age is i He is now the Old Citizen Scad An property of W I Spears ol Jessamine hicharl Buckley died in tTirhsOOlld on Monday aged iiuholil i 7o foam He uulis Is CaiiiiniiiH sraa W name of Ireland Imt iiail liveil in Auctioneer Bush it ports ante ol He was a asliaon coontv many veais siiith Monday House and lot at KiiowniMliiiii in olden times hut since M Pleasant Church sold to Dr Perry ttww cash tows 13575 bo nlmld Buiiei in Uicii- ail Wild cint tcry goods fair prices The doctor and family will remove to California i Christopher Teachers Association Bkhka Climax Ky et 15 I88 What Shall I I Do wmLmwrn wdIto aai rrW otiJT Ttl Jtaff UffiiftiDiS lr rate publish enclosed program I Glade i it Teachers Association to held i tobei 19 ia Public School lluild infol iiciea We extend a cor iai invitation to ail teachers Dinner vtfll lie served on the ground IRoii wi Van Winkle Response Prof Clark The Teacher as a Mora F ictor Mi s Jeinie Robe Music hv Quartette Exercises be Held at Red TimesMr Wallace How 1 Teach SonHine Miss Mc Williams How to Make Geography Interesting lira Hill Mrs Stewart Music by Qnaitette Should Primary History as a Text Book be Ised Mis Bs Recitation Mrs Hays Shall Piizes be A warded Mis Hotline Narnben Miss Hanson Music Music Address of Welcome Mr- l i the earnest almost agonizing cry of weak t ired nervous women and crowded men Blight dif- Â¬ ficulties ordinary cares household work or daily labor magnify themselves iiito seemingly impassable mountains This ia simply becarse the nerves are weak the bodily ogauj d uilitated and they do not overworked strugglng IlliMifilafftkra b m- Mm ntifa iir- - iTTr JE Â¬ NEW GOODS ft I Absliirs Fine Bemittel I X - lit- - Mention wa- - made m hist weeks Cli tirautl WarnVn max of the Bnitsx of one Al hiiv for So well pleane i was the Grand Lodge In nf toll hy hitchof Odd Fellows with A J Strengs ollicial ing Ma hone at ilie toll jeate ami walking acts the past fear that lie was elected into town Major Ihiiiam aibm ey lor Graud Warden at the Bowling Ctreeo re pre- - n ted lle case to tiovenior meeting lSt Week Two more steps ami Hiown Who ice line he will he Graad Master the highest po sition Dr C P Meredith of Eminence at nhl aaa i laHfd Grand Master Ua i W ml I Â¬ shall Literary proper nourishment Feed the nerves organs and tissues on rich red blood and bow soon the glow of health comes to the pule cheeks fivmress to the unsteady hand and strength to the faltering limb Take s I 1 WC j BSfrnJ ii NO HOLDOVERS - Sarsaparilla purifies vitalizes and enriches the blood and is thus the best friend to unfortunate humanity Be fure to get Hoods and only Hoods All druggists fl six for f5 Hoods i BEST SUIT CL0THGi ajin BWBWOS B ilk u to Cincinnati M ainl i I - Hiai o Mauioci ii lie - Ilill lrirtJ ih is Â¬ - eead of li know n colored man Reoben Gentry has received from New by i r t s L V is M ier and HO acres of comb Dorset Kuglau i the youiig BerkModjckia farm Eur flOWL the J from John shire boar Headllglil an Winchester ene era Smells Son Canada Lady Aberdeen 1 he pair cost him fJOO Danville Advo Iaak r Iaik i sMI Aaia riinnalay cate ii ne Madison county i HJS Hrvnrlc Oillc h I 11IS Dr M I I BO and the ft filtciT cathartic liic Si Sfg I Â¬ Kvn CoDDIKGToa Cbniii LIST OF LETTERS In ihi Or Pieil at Stanford P nine died of typhoid tiiix sboiilt after mini Saturday aged 54 He and after aiciue li nn - A i Ac fihiiiH kT O I eil ApilB 14 m bki -- wooltl it no to ii Â¬ xi i liin - loi i u Mr a aealthy county - I If you wan w cider i w I k N LVtk of cimmers Mrs Erf her Cx iderSomnierBt the home of her daughter Mrs A K Bantam in Kiel num Ky on Friday Ith sii after aa ilim three weeks The remain were taken totfatltry 111 her former home for in termeiit Mrs Summers was a model Christian woman and leaves numerous friends ami relatives to mourn herlos sas tie ii unity parties I Leekjmg far hi THESE ARE BARGAINS ai vi ii cannot afford to oass them hv Tint an to I hive iloihir- - cheaper than The Standard oil Company has an eye Ail bran new ami latest styles No siicli gvxxls can lie often here tor that price No bold over a tsi- lieie npon Eastern Kentucky as an oil terri Â¬ W c ca u sn We have all grades in proportion but those arc a few social items we wanl to call vour attention to For some time tory fall im II please you in any tiling you may waul in our line great company has had an agent past this in mind that in the mountains Inning up leases ami Harbourtille examining tic territory witii a view of e have tinNo others can approac ii- - and all we tk i to come nd ii nct our line and s oii incetl that ordat at sinking welis The prospects are said to DkMOCSU Is i - WHEN Y AN GET in lot hint i i i bis cil jr Doul Imiv cheap and shmltly i i and LAIiKST LINK e Floyd he very good for both oil and gas LZ LIABLE GOODS AT Till SAME PRICE ady produced several cood IliiriiiK W ith a Big Augur nem jiorter for Co flowing oil well and more are being pill recently of James H McClyinoiids m his Knott county is this city has lieen selected as engineer Ircns Out line is i omplete in all brancbeH Mcn hanl Tailoring in all wbe latest ami stylish thing- - Pon Monday ol down all the tlie time said to be ill the licit ami a well will lie ami manager in charge of the iuimense Suit- - at prkes not to be bad at au other place Ourtwo piece Smi B O E are the best on earth Mother conic sunk near Hindman very BOOB loiiis plantations coinpii ing 60000 aires of ami -- ec them ier Colled the Mexican ollee l 0 controlled hy the OLDEST METHODIST MINISTER Di iiini ralic Sju akmi die at Greene Embry Co who are also the ownffTrH Oil I amine him There will be public speaking at the light plant in tins city Versailles Midwav and station na R ers ol the electric Rev L R Davidson passed through following named turns and plates in be Mr Mcllymonds wul lav out 2000 acree rit N I v ft railroad base n Buffering liali tiie Democratic party viz of the immense tract and plant same in the citv to day eu route for Louisrecently from a bl amine tin- Stanlard fTHJS AT ROCK BOTTOM ville SELECTIONS OF TIIE NEWEST THINGS PRICES and will to Ashury Blythe School House Tuesday Oct 15 niee and rubber trees I Ids land is lo Chapelwhere be is assignedcharge o w Ii it li lias lieret n every pair Furnishing goods w intev von want in thai line Shirt- - besl to b hi i Mr Davidson had 10 to 15 percent the lsi ai 7 p m by J T Jaekaon J B calcd in the Tehuantepec region on the aitii hem demand for oil el them while you can We liavc what you want All kind- - an the besl one dollar shirt in America Coatzlacoalcos river near the Yueataii Methodist church here forty years ago llai lis am i ieorge M W illging i- hating nil ne oi lle merchants i have seen oar con lete line Don i buy anything until He is the oldest active Methodist minis We will make it to vour ailvautage us a call inmtier The many friends of Mr Mc Fi D Mitchell s School House Wed here in order to supply their traie have Give u- - a call Your interest is ours you money Clyiiionds here will be jileased to learn ter in Kentucky and iias been preach nesday Oct 16 1895 it 7 oclock p m onlei im the Protection ing for over bulla century HenrvM t iiamlsome salary is attached to this N Douglas Esq by John C Ciieuault tliey sav tiiat a Cincinm M s responsible position Winchester Deui Linney bis last surviving classmate die Union City Wednesday Oct 16 7 p will per than that last tear Rev T C l rogue of Hop nl n Demorrat niorrov night d Versailles Sun kmsville is the other Methodist minis- ss P A Sullivan Green Clay Mr Embry of the tirm nuiitioned The too mentioned should Valley View Thursday Oct 17 7 now living who was present at the rind above is a native of Madison county son ter I With good gts so much liave Music lark oi LMiiUaiion of the Kentucky conference in W L Crntcher J D ex- raml Mr Greene is a oi Tattoo Embry il is imt a iiecessilv Ki 1iicle Btackman and his black horse and by Profeaaor son oi Wm Greene Hs the distinguish buggy which he has used for i fCJ Walhictton School House Thursday 1 ti the Mirinsied iooking adjuster of the L tt N Kail covered hi All more than thirty vears are familiar to Oct 17 7 D m John t Chenault N IiBI KY marriage Wednesday nihgt of Mr road who often comes to Richmond and Kentucky He also had an old fashioned Douglas in remove is a relative of Mrs French Tipton M 11 Arbockle and Mi- - Zanaida Em- high saddle and old time leathei noddle Hi Waco Thursday Oct 17 oclock n bi t was a genuine suiprise to everybody bags K r lie Ci is ax in J A sullivan indeed for both are but ai Life I I vs W m rtisatiths of best a is Silver Creek Thursday Oct ryjBbdii rrtJ HISB PERSONAL A The Central Iniversitv foot ball team Chenault P II Sullivan ith them Dr McCown of the Baptist rUMM played the Ky Wesleyan team at Winiatinjf minister and Church wat CoUaos sale Kirksvilie Friday Oct 18 7 ji m AlKiut sixty peo - him eiil the tjlliiilv chester last Saturday T Jackson W L Crutcber i ver V Logan is home again Mr vedding was at 10 ple went over from here with the team resent pm College Hill Friday Oct 18 Voting part ani he calf Mrs P K Turley is in Lexington t o- interesting re THAT JOYFUL FEELING U iiei ir enijiir nrn nil iiiruiini The game was close and e ill Feb cwt P A Sullivan tr that dav c of rem Â¬ With the I la The gio iin is the sulting lOtoO iu favor of Central Univer a uj App mart Newby fridayOet 18 7 p in S D nealth nni Men i i and internal cle Mrs J P Barnaul is visiting iu WinI the i memlHT sh e til n of Ar- - sity The team lined up as follows is j Da B Ana Panish W S Mobiiley L N Douglas nets tthii h lollowi the u e oi Strap ol chester LaUance Centre Ooorad Might Gnard buckle A Do Las The bri le is the C Ciieuault John Fig- - is unknown to the few who have not ThC COMIC IV What Miss Marv Bennett and Miss Tillie Mr and Mrs Joel W Km- - Arbockle Kigbt Tackle Prink Kigbt hanse tlan bter beyoo lh ol time medicine gre---- pm Tlie lilue Kingston Saturday Oct pn rc stiff htt Wllac v End Sherman Left Gnard Benton Pelt Tribble are visiting in Lexington il town n fall- W soiietiice- - o A SnlHvan R ice Pa- hand the cheap 14 Tackle Tevia Left End Kiggs Quarter ll term of Miss IfcRoberta of DaaeiUe and Miss b the vel in- Marn il in oofwao r ice pte fcr d hut n Right Hall Hack bcott Shanks of Back Sanford Wli the Bear Wallow Saturday Oct 19 pm Stanford are tisiting the Ai inout half Left Hah Pack Gainea Captain and Full formetl 14 11 Crooke ileorge M illging The Bine G asa Hat At Walat M sscs Baldwin this county and printed in Back substitue- - Kailay VVillet Wood Â¬ 14- A new hoc of buggies carriages aui Ben a Satardar Oct 19 pm JT Mi s Blanche T Dixoo of Mt Sterling gilt onS itunlay by craft and Booker Touches inJ wagons just received s IC Scott I P Aruier has just received ome amlMiss Nannie Woods of Danville are Jaekaon Married I rosare iMvv tells its ovn storv Tlie team will lie reinforced by several The arc d iiniie- - Come and see them solitaire dianiom s that are extra tine and Foxtown Saturday Oct 19 S p m - announce ras Paptist Church on Wed- - good men and will lie in Bjood shape to visiting Miss Rome Bright on Fourth Made of the best mateiia and guaran 17 Io cheap Hon J D Black of Iku bourville J stb Align- - I8S5 bv the Kev m et tlie Vanderbilt team which plays Avenue Prices lotvei than ever beftye teed D D Rev Thomas The Shaker- - hive r toe a discocrv The Huke of Marlborough who is soon Tevia Cobb He is inter- - Iihu Mc I Ictober 19th here next Saturday Rn BMOMD Carri if Work- Bed Hou e Saturday Hit 19 7 p ni which - destine I to accomplish much Parker Dndlev Mima Fnaaer at home a -g- MiUMil This will lie the best game played here to marry Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt visroprictui 3I S D Parrish Tevis t obb good ited Maj H C McDowell at Lexington Reil zing that icee fourth of a ii i Verpery Ma has India Vanderbilt team holds the Ibis season boat our surTering- - arie from stomac- troube Richmond Satnrday Oct 19 730 p last week On the unsealed envelope was an In- cliamjuoiisirp oi me oooui Black belt and silver buckle at Chrw- - ill t the countrv is literally filled with 1 dian stamp and an unpronounceable iiisiiu - iiriiiniu Dr McClvinonds of Winchester was in Hon J D Black tian Church or between there and W C people who cannot eat an digest food Mrs- - bell Death of WPM will run peat mark On the back of the envelope At the conclisioii of speaking tbesys a guest of Mr James Bennett last week Please leave at without subsequently suffering pain ami residence iotmlev Sea Poet office Hatmdaj Many Richmond people formed the ac not her p im innsti tie will soon go to t innany to complete teii of voting by secret ballot till be ex this otfice distress and ifat main are starving at either A tie lo ijuaintaiice ol Vlrs Annie Jiell oi Ijivi the course in medicine having studied at plained to the voters Half ran wasting to mere keieons because their Kmbossed on the edge of the envelope lencebiirg wife of Captain W K Bell J W BALES Chasa D C C m returning at either S Ann Arbor AI To Dallas Texa- - and return 0 lobei bod does them no good tl ev have da iioiirs under the flap - the tirm iiaineot the stabonded accountant at tiie Internal Kev W B Si ti KKiioim Secretary TI Mr and Mrs D Chenault left v s subThe enae office this place while she was a Tickets good to return voed much stub and ihoaght to the H i idtli and 171I1 tioners Addisoii A vo Madma trip- - Hi terday far Atlanta to see the big exposiDied at ban v die Captain Bell November nth via the Kentucky Mid- - ject und the result is this discovery of is fine linen about such as guest at Hotel Glyndon t iivelope tion Mrs Chenault aa delegate coin Mrs Julia Ann Keed widow of John land their Digestive Cordial the card also is was called iiome bv her illness Saturday is Used ia thi- - country missioned by the Governor will look iirairaima Keed died at her home on Harrods- A little ho k dangerously oi usual material in d rom toti beloie last ami found her so Carriages wagons aiO buggies overafter Kentuckys intt ii in Reading borg avenue HatnrdoT morning at a Kev ami Mr- - Dudley have ihe best sick that be did not return Inst week the very lowest drtiJgi t tiit will point out the wav o hauled aiul painted at Mr berry Wygant son of Captain ijiiarter past ten oclock ne on Friday The funeral lust as bis numerous friends here were visles oi tin naantWi ol frienda An intestinal on will cost Ah work gudiantecd to be as leiei at once Wvgant military director at C C has was held at the residence this afternoon prices w il be mu ic n- ere expecting his return with good news nothing and will re ult in much good good - 01V in the Slate gone io riiaoeiiiiown w Here lie taKts by Kev K M Green of the First Ires two or ill ree lite- - in in lite Still Answering ts Soil Sail Irom bis wife a telegram announced hr RlCUMHson Cakiii mk Works 8 charge of the military department of the bvteriaa church Burial in the Danville is ex filed to Children all hate to take Custor Oil Madison countv men attended death which took place Sundav Four S L Midkitf Proprietor yj C I branch school to the The Euxohetntowa cemetery Tlie deceased was a native of palatah i oiiliibulion nt not Lax d which Â¬ MiA Courier Journal sjiecial says the reunion of Mexican Veterans at No other a Imis- - Nil Marion county the daughter oi Thomas The Tbey were Pell died this morning She was one of school is luckv last Touisday to croon linlarrillr ll our i Mi Gibson of Louisiana son of the llairi on ami was eighty tears oi age Mailord Jones Alt William N the nest accomplished musicians in the showed no baking powder natch lor li tir t srmptom of the dis It Cliftn Sniffle They met many South having graduated at the Cincin- late uited States senator Gibson ac Two children survive her Miss Jose Chain erl tins so pure or so great iq leav- Â¬ ca e hoantane KiclliiiiUil cGood-years ago ami nati Conservatory and then receiving companied by his wife a daughter of Col phine Keed and Mrs Hubert and Cough Remedy i given as fOCO as the couir ening power as the Royal Da nt and the l nus anotin r goon woman passes night over again in conversation the special training under a noted Italian vo Hart Gibson of Lexington visited Mr vt in child bee mes hoarse it will prevent the at Kicbi of Resacade La Paiuia Monterey calistand a famous German pianist She and Mrs C D Chenault the past lew awav Danville Advocate Mt lock ol carriages boggles Xc attack Even lter the cioupy coiijii ba OLD built 210 Main Sbrzeb STAND Deceased was an aunt ol Mrs I Shelby is the IIiik Anderson BO Uoeaa Vista and others walked again m was a composer of more than local repudays ham omest arid most stt lish in iht appeared Ihe attack can alwa- - be pre a teleted ineir mind- - ibrouuh the Hails of the tation Por twenty five tears previous was Hide Irvine this place who was sent Mr s A Kirkman of Greensboro N It - so Gite me a call vented bt giving this remedt countrt gram bv a daiighlei of Mrs Keed The fal couits M W rks int zumas muiched over drouth-stricke- n lo her marriage SO Captain Bell of this C formerly a well known teacher in this invaluable for c iltlsan whooping coughs Rkhmond Carki g t him here and landeii the drank place in November 1889 she taught countv sient the past week here He is telegram simply stattd that mother died Mukiff Proprietor S plains throujli cicii- Par sale bv llagan Ptiannacv 3c and nas signed bv the He had been sailing mescal ami tgua dieuie in jail They sat down music in live of the leading colleges of looking well and says be cannot get this morning J G MILLER Manager look at to Weak anil NeiMius dins oi and had registerHe says bis given name Mrs Irvine did not NEW ADVERTISEMENTS to an excellent dinner at Hole Nicholas the South including Wards Seminary alone without the Climax ter sen Hobsoii was ceded President ami Nashville Mis Bells old home a the name of the place or the signature Describes the condition ol ihousaeda of leiielee ltnca brother now Register of deeds was the people at this eaOll They have no ap Oraddock SecroUry and Murfieeslioro Tennessee where the re oulv Democrat elected to otlice in bis be words mother died this morning iiiu I catching her eve iiist She thought the petite cannot leep and complain ot tlie MADISON MONUMENTAL WORKS will be taken to morrow lor burial countv Treasurer mains AsatlierOs- - asat Her telegram from her akstarf at lebanonand prostrating etftrct of warmer weather ihe extreme illness ol Geo Landruin She was a near relative of Senator Ben Mia James B Mc Craarv entertained MAXUFACTLREROF AND DEALER IX While ill Richmond Monday Police that her own mother was dead The This condition mat be remedied bv Hoods a oer the lneetiiig son Minister to Mexico aid her mother most Isai aiiaal on Friday evening in Bv the meal ilaj or week with or with Lien Hall shock was severe and Mrs Irvine did Sarsaparilla which create- - an appetite Sec m KITE MARBLE R lie- AND Siailord Jo es went from lieorgetown was a direct descendant of the iastor I AMERICAN FOREIGN Out rooms r of Mrs Ii H Mc deny and Miss etl in the Wilurreneigii-ii-rboot- l IBBUlj not recover from it for several hours and tones i p all the organs It gives good Street near M thoi r CIHer uiaideu name wag Annie Newbony of Chrjtaeo in Oof Mmlius V Inosaoosoa Kegi- - familv A large aumber l io indeed wonderful how many per- Monuments Tom lis Tablets Headstones Vks j F S IONF and who wa arrested BON IO- health bt making the blood pure William- - ihirrus and Sbitliet liansom Four of her brotners were in of ladies and a few Ming gentlemen were snoot Statuary Etc for gambling but made his ona there are who become exceedingly Madi ii in Capt James the Confederate Army and one of them present Miss Susie cromvtell of Favette went fiom Allison anoaa arrest- - J Iieb ire trial nervous at the sight of an approaching Hoods pills are the best after dinner siones Compauv Marshalls Regiment was killed at the battle oi Perry ville in was there A delightful supper was a CO Much canlioa ought to be telegram ed Hall and brought him to Nicholasville C L SiiARCY dige tion cure headache this State ROW feature of the evening The guests ex u ed iu reading telegrams in reaoently pills assist I l He was tried I afternoon train Ir Joim T WithersiKjon and four press then VOIR TRADE SOLICITED being fortunate in v bofaOB Police Jlldiie Criltcber severe shocks are imparted that might Minufactur- - of were eOfOSOS at the same time in deed at beiiiir present The unforlunate Higgins lived at Ijiii- - others somfjei aid eoats Iieoosa by different reading inc Hot Drop-iwho wood be avoided WRITE WOR DELIVERED TO ANT FART OF THE STATE and vtas a son of John 8 Higgins Lanreacebntg a Funny Name FOR DESIGNS AND PRICES V A Conk tank Free in has been Yb iap tiniiielcive I n i a resident of Texas The Maoford bouisAille rui but it Kids All Pai Kmins anil Fair liaatathia -BOraJjsoooa Hat In Bhoon Higgins sou of Journal aafa table and Kitchen is ihe title ot a clearei and the tunnel is now a cut ciolier t Kv lannsville Sold -- verywnoro Every Day new cot k book puhtibed bt the Price J I and H H Wood arrested Reese John T Higgiis aged 30nd unmarried in Kb IH5 Without Relief There is No Pa Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Baking Powter Coirpanv Chicago Just man last Saturday and was shot at Air am Ii Holmes Satur Woiids Fsr Highest Medal and Diploma On account of the above occasion the at On the sun lav lie- - liay by Alex Pice a negro Tne ball enthis time it ill be i ent free if toil OF hVKRY DFbCRIPTION t him to jail ij Ioraer Kmbcis anil Irvine Ms Ku itunim Kv Southert Ry in Kentucky will sell tickets write a postal n entioning the Climax R H fnoytanaaoB fore- Â¬ teretl the side and passing through the Budys Piic Suppository For several months I was troubled of one fare lor the round trip to Thi- - bock has heei tried hy ourselves ant pcifotated the bowels in nine at r2e hum r on mv hea bod is gnarantved to cme Piles and Constipa- - with a persistent man at Hat Io neV Oap tunnel His ic Louisville on Octobi r 21 to ty with rc lrs - and the mesentery in two CO is one ol the ver best of its kimi Besides uon or inonev rtiundt d cents per which gate me considerable annoyance tadiiry nt WJID Ki sy aaaaoded He wot tuiii limit October id W A Turk G curtaining over Send two stamps for circular and unil t oieurrcd to me 10 trv Aters Hnir I ipeulcr Uavisou Bfwsns ami 400 receipt lor all kinds box M aattwaS revolver SOC bali strik C A Ben- P A Waskia loo I C hijiair s iimn wOBKttU K there are free Sample to Martin Rudy Registered Vigor ol pastry and home cookery Before usin i one rote the u ton ouerasod on hiin Satardar but breast liie other in ihe A Knoxville Tenn A AG m and tko patient died fccoter Adams General ami kitchen TT many hints for the table on Kagle tlaiinacist Lancaster Pa No Postal mor was healed Wbedon P V T A Louisville Ky A -litil IIollsi nil ii as we can showing how to set aftabe how lo entti Answered For sale by all first class Merchant Turbeville Va P lie iaii is the point where lie a hundred and one druggi ts rvt it t here and in Bcrea Ky Rock- - astenain the shooting seems to bare For the Clinax etc a dining room T irom Madison iu o Han THE botcher firm of M reu troubled If your hid Is pi it Qctobsr IS Sijr Qua at Natural Briupe in hints in every biach of the culinary art by s E VVelch 76 bees unprovoked and it appears to have 5 po 60 o ha- - this day i inch tveliings inri med eves with glanlular I he escaped Powjli Coaaty Cookery 01 the vert finest ami richest as 4 inch 35 le propri been weli for the negro that C T Vt e THE COM on PrOiLE or sores on the head face or body a t im h Ky Oct 4 lSi The reports orocon - atfll at large one of the most economical and home tor will sell mv firm of 123- - acres Frctt Cbarik aTiiiif Winchester is n edf d to jjoh Ail petSOna indebted tii Ihe tiit fence an ui nd tenant Renumber Tab e As Vbi il on Lincoln called them do not Cxsnrse of AyerV Sarsaparilla tiic mg bot it seems that all hands were DouocfBtae Bnrbecoe t Natural Binle like is urovided lor Mr R A McKec of Lawroow ihoeehave humors from the will to artue about Ineir aHmcnts Wnai ixrel the icrofilou will be sent po tae pre Mr Higgins and Mr IIbIbSBS on the L- tV E in 1nwell county Thnrs anr1 Kitchen couity di inking will present theui to anun TV to all panic- count Ad t ft in nv wunt i mcici ie ihat will cure them blood The so ncr ioti be jin to jive this words and tie lay UctUri4tli at the Sorokingbv Quito p ii to anv ladv sending her a dress had some had vi ere married at higii noon or pawneut mindle 100 barrels he Factory I know med cne Ihe heller A M M HAMILTON lie simple honest statement B latter who lianlin ti wn end State1 piainlv given name Breekinridoe CoL a ol urch SB frmer had said to the is T Wi Saimiparirla cured me sow ii sh ooting G topt in Ger an Or Scandinavian will be ingminis liii e W M lSeckner Hun Baking Powder Richinond Kv Sep 11 ISM colt r wagon I lie n gn la or of this 11 ed - Dr Prices Cream Postal cauls is is good as nt y n FssaosM warded C- id Mi ial Midwinter Fai auith aid Uurs Sieil trin will rill be ren s wnat many thousands - Price Baking Powder Co li 1v- i Haiti on U A K to take eei N sp irt I pis oratfehoreh airke day of sale meet nornitte 11 y ii i ihe Mr Clct i iiink I woiii shoot and fio nn and n turn that evening your i o tJfseral liafiaaar touven n Dallas Mi is V lis ernood near Higgin- I Uwi ollai lot ouim1 Ui from here ivxi on is ii ivr - are the e t alter dinn r Hoods pillCider lis Molasses Eafrels EATHER ioleri ii li t inn caught iiold ol the mtifuleiaeeuodwill he a lorpeerowtl For this tcasion Ilie Souihern Raili uie hi adche tjc hint - Marv Thi- - - tl e J M Hi h will sell tickets Octoier Kith ai way I will furnish new barretf for cider or efore tlie dh in t ti e In- - tired the si irgeol the trim tail to pay Twra Pleisaul Rsonc The church was Patti Io ken at this sea- - One FiTHKlass Limited Fare or tne Mrs molasses delivered m Rjidimood al 0tti11ber ly 10 per cent id no ilepuhliciin ticket mmg Uot juiet feiow fullv and vigor- - rounJ trip tickets limited lo return until W K XKiSiiN a call for bargains A P A and de Opposite the apit tnem ill he irequontiv bot thev united with the Ami tb O K FREBMAN M r Creek tp ou from sickness later on October joth t lated the Ktiaight Democratic ticket k too mi has lost one ot her irttl I I I 1 tiuough the columns of your loot valuable Paper So call at teiitioii to the brazen effrontery of the editor of tne rantagiaph and the willful mistepreseiitation mania in his paper of t ictober Hub in regard to the audience of Judges Goodloe and Chenaok at this place There were by actual count Wi voters present out of which 47 Were Iein BeMiles these a number of ladies oi iaLs graced the occasion with their presence No foreruniiefs were eaafttoyed to gather the voters in nor has that man ever been heard of that said he would vote at the Bat we dooiotepof the log cabin hope that all the leaders of the iauta giaph have become well enough acÂ¬ quainted with the veracity of the editor to know what to believe in his paper Kespectiuliy 1ica- how us Iriuce Edward i 16 a to hi loiiseu lor tiie Presbycouiiiy barley At rc terian ministry but he gave that up Margaret BeinetteMis Eliaa Boatrighl aiso for the givtter part of his lite lit was I s IUiw ai Mar ihooks a drug ist ning here in that capacity sal it Davis about 12 years ago While at the Theo Fain Nathan Mrs Mimrva Fowler logical Seminary he met Miss Virginia William Gibson Mrs John lirims Iliiehe l and tlie loveadair that follow Mrs Mary Margaret Hall G WHall ed resulted in marriage lour children Mrs HattieJ Harris Then A Hail Eva Were horn lo then three of w horn Julian Mis A it litis a Harris Mr Julia Truelieaft and Virginia ranging in ages H Haases James II Hampton Mrs from 6 to 16 survive The doctor WOS a Herringlon Mrs Margaret Hall fctre member of the Breahyterian church and James Harris Mrs Tiacbie Hartey Jno while sick Dot long ago expressed hiaa H Harris Mack Huguely Pose Hull sci as fullv willing to ihe The remains Mrs Harriet Jackson were taken to Buffalo Cemetery Sunday Pias Kelly l Kiiby Miss Cora afternoon ami after a shott service there King Undid Kallawag by Kev B II logan were laid by his Harriet Martin Mrs Green Moore faithful wife and kiveij daughter who Speed Melinite T McBain I iura Mc nad preceded him a few yen- - Stanford Heiiry Journal Martha Parson Green Pope r Bonrnecaine to Richmond during Martha Bender Look Roberta the war and sold drugs where T S Btherl Thomson llijin ia now located tie ilernilou corMrs lsaliel Walker Mes liuanda WalkA her several tears be went away nel er Agnes Wilson Telitba Williams about 15000 belter off than he came Person tailing fur above wiii please He v a an affable competent druggist Nat advertised He and maile friends b the bondredfe I 15 P If Willis was a cousin of Mrs H C Pott ciiiiia v Â¬ i Hi-r-i- m im m IN TOWN Best Ulster in Town Overcoats Chestsrfiwlis Sack Long or Short As Ycu May Want Them - - BEST MACKITGSH Box and Cape Styles ALL PRICES iiu m m mm SID i i Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ m - N oWE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OE SH0ES l m 1 - ii- sra -- I i Â¬ 1 w I -- i ffflTsiF Â¬ TCHELL Ifl mw rm - 1 215 MAIN STREET TRILORS MND CLOTHIERS - RICHMOND 1 iRfllliJrl Â¬ 1 i I -- I Â¬ I Mii-niit- i- V 1 v - -- nn Â¬ II Clothing DRY GOODS BR0NST0N JUsj I I 1 i Â¬ BOOTS AND SHOES -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ I Gents Furnishings a- I Children Clothing and Ladies Wraps at i Worlds Fair Tests 1 Kur-rii-an- -i Â¬ 111 ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Call and ex amine our stock before buying Everything new and fresh I -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 HENRY KLEIN SON -- Boarders Wanted Â¬ j AA fine work a specialty r- 1 Fill II IE I 6E0RGE 0 DOZIER 1 -- propY j t I hidm mil PUBLIC i SALE -- riaj 1 v - - NEW MILLINERY -- TAX TAX 1 FJeJ Piper 0 P Armer THE MAIN STREET JEWELER Id i SPECIFIC For Scrofula iif Jew new ham a nice i ft Watches thai lie ei lry linelie baaajst offering in any 11 I have lxen afflicted with scrofulous lxils and sores which caused me terriMe suffering Physicians were unable to lelj mo and I only grew WOCM tinder their care At length 1 began to take ce childhotxl mark - AYERS Sarsaparilla Very M linen Ik enni All wi and I at rii REPA N SHORT NOTICE for new taken in il- - J ananfamnw HLa the f p ROBIMSOM am CO Mam wnnnwrn SRreeeem m I Respectfully DPARMER ct Writers The Best The Daintiest The Most Stylish -- STATIONERY M H BROWN nl K IT TICKLES YOU KEUEF you awiiiiHiiiiiiiiiii bet mm UGHTNING CUR HE EREAKC UF Mo XZ2 uenza Evehy Time Pa -- ZZ2 - - BtNGFTELD O T - ttt J I E VELDER ARE NOW READY me one come all YORK and see the largest WE line of Boots Shoes and Hats ever brought to Richmond Our stock NE is now com- Â¬ Â¬ PRICES J 4-- plete in every depart ment We have all the latest styles and we have them at the ht prices We z H m inise to save everv stonier money who makes a purchase of Our were bought before the great ad vance in leather and ms this fall dv Â¬ e THINK petitors can not reach SHOE 185 We have all the est styles stiff ice can make you Killing of i anker Santlfiri Krallect Covins ton Ky Oct 10 The rrand jury of Kenton county wiich beirao its sitting Tuesday will investigate the killing of Banker John L fat nil f imi by Senator William Goebel in Covington last April The last jrrand jury was not able to complete tiie investigation In his charge Jadge Perkins said that Mr Goebel could not plead self defense if it was siiown that he THE ONLY WORLDS FAIK had provoked the attack which led te the shooting On the other hand it Mr Sandford had provoked the attack Ayers Cherry Pectoral cures Coughs and Colds that fact must be considered as tend ing to justify Mr Goebel HOUSES SOLD rreatnrrr Said to Be short Louisviixit Ky Oct 10 Leopold Thar Hr ought iooo Iri es at the Auction Fleig treasurer of the local branch of suit Id Lexington Ky let Trotters the iarmakers union is now in lt well sold at aut tion here Kri lay The Uayton with his family ana it is said his accounts are StMiO short It is trotting mare Utility uroueht the top price goinjr to thought that he has been behind for the past six months but he succeeded leorge W Leavitt of Hactotm for 1 nsr tiie discrepancy until it be3 came too larie Gambling and drinking are thought to be responsible for Utility M4K b m 10 by ElectionEvery effort will be his downfall eer dam by Dictation George V Leavmade by the local union to have him itt Boston punished King tuy b e - by Gray Wilkes Voting Candidate Utea suddenly v Nutwood D T Foster New Coy niiiv Ky Oct 10 Frank A V ch m 10 by Mat Harnhorn a democratic candidate for V by Phil Sii ridan T council and a well known yoaag insurance man died suddenly at his N ra Wilkes b m 13 by Ueorg e home late Monday afternoon Mr Harnhorn nad been out electioneer ng and I Woodford Mambrino returned home somewhat worn out E Rowland Look He retired to his room where his wife Avosa b m 1 by able Viikesdam The by Nutwood W Althouse 1hiladel- - soon afterward found him dead physician gave apoplexy as the cause IMotta ch m 2 by Pilot Medium of death by 1ancoast W T Ormsby Lou- The Duke In Lexington LaXTBOTOX Ky Oct 10 The duke of Marlborough and Hon Ivor Guest The Lexington Karen Ikxinikin Ky o t IS Tha big who is a first cousin of the nobleman eTent Friday was the Kentucky Futur- arrived in Lexington at 8 oclock the Thursday morning and are the guest h wort ity for as the favorite in of Maj il C McDowell at Ashlana meeting It is loiiii lrei s Moody won first durinir the trottinp duke is in questun of derstood that the n at eaiy from Electrophel second ns third Time 230 Fred S a team of fleet footed stylish trotters v won tbi iirat in L1S which he intends presenting to his bride - in the lirst New Kentucky Font ur nttem heat Jhe Futurity resulted sccard- first two Vsiiinto Oat 10 The following1 were trotted The money was fourth class postmasters were commis rnton reduced his sioned Wednesday ISelmont Bullitt county W C Hays Cedar Springs A record in the 11 pu t StOB len county J A Parsons Reynolds Ki irU by Uchtalas Darhtg na viile lath county G R Maxwell Bcaaix Ky Westfield Ohio count v J T Birles ic storm acre Friday niftht lurht White Mills Hardin county J 11 Al- nme of Carey llcnn iio airs part len Irouiht liroken in Kreathltt i aim instantly the house an Jkk on Ky Oct 10 A heavy rain n th- - floor by tue stove in tne He wa room strange to say none fell here Monday night the first in In portions of the of his family several weeks one of bis little county the drought had become so se- Â¬ siile him and vere that numbers of wells and springs r parts of had failed and many families were fain ily of without drinking water except that tiUlte circum hauled from the river and creeks stances Infant Hones in a Well Lancastkr Ky Oct 10 While tn ieicd of M it iou MiootineOct 13 lames cleaning out the wells of the city in the circuit Wednesday afternoon workmen found in one of about 50 feet in depth the n itn intent to kill intent iary bones of an infant child together with a milk at spring gating bottle The police are investi it ners shot Lork l p on Fire irter ilis brother is still kit liermon Iin lov Ky Oct 10 A few minutes we country lads had been re leased from the lock up the house Wi lion J cugnt fire from some unknown cause I I D Little damage was done The fire is a prominent thought to have originated from the i ioimna- for the ms rel ired carelessness of inmates fur the next from the conn reek tins Straus1 Furchase n of the Kentucky fiaTITff Ky X t 10 Gus Straus Republican a weekly paper to be es- - of this city has purchased a half at Paris brother to Hastings of Dr J D Neet Ienirntf1 lun Armed llilli Corn Knife of Versailles and Frank 1 Harper A fel- i Nantara Mud for a king price The MiMisin in Ky Oct it as I ick Ellis colt is bv Longfeilow out of Cinderat at owaa by ella mstrations Diphtheria at Madlaonvllle n knife On beintr subdued Madison viiik Ky Oct 10 Diphhe tis found t be demented ana was theria is prevalent here to an alarming put in jail He gave Ins home as in extent There have been several Itoiiroon count v deaths an l quite a number of new nave developed in the last few lolwrro Man Suit e da s All the schools have been closed Lot isvil ik Ky Oct IS- Edward S MOTHER AND SON Keplar agent of the National Tobacco - ieide Friday after fire on Three Cnknown Men From Am uoon by shooting hiniseif through the wash Fatally Wounding One He was worth 82OUO00 The brain LnxmWTOX 8 Ky Oct Hettie lue to a protracted sickness Burns and her son John waylaid three men on horseback in Butler county llarrceisimrs Pay tall Sunday night shooting them from the li AKKoDsii Ky et It Accord ed for the city bushes One man was fatally and the council the populatioa of tins eity iu- - other two dangerously wounded Two the students of Beaumont col of the horses were killed and one was rhere are LWJ whites badly wounded The sheriff and a large posse are and 111 more femaies than males scouring the country for the assassins lie Ua Kohh d The messenger who brought the news Loi i vii ik Ky 12 WJ Oct incinnati traveling man to tne nearest telegraph station did not know wounded under h s pillow at men He the names of theexcitement said the greatest a hotel iiere Now its gone anil the are investigating Just how prevailed and if the Bnrnses were caught he expected they would be Mr lames lost is not known luucii ly ncned grew let ter After using half a dozen hotiles was completely cured so that 1 have not had a linl or pimple on any part of my hody I can for the last twelve years cordially recommend Ayrs Sarsaparilla as the ver best blood porifier i in existence T UdNHlir Mers ill- Texas kiii 1 BANK CASES ourt of Appeal Agaii The Kentucky sustain the Hewitt I K FHASKrorr Ky Oct 10 The Ken tucky court of appeals has set at rest all further litigation in the celebrated bank cases so far as it is concerned by oTerrulinp the petition for a hearing la ths consolidated cases The banki launed a contract under the Hewitt law by which they paid 75 cents on their capital stock in lieu of all state county and municipal tax This court upheld the Hewitt law holding1 that the banks in accepting the terms of the Hewitt act had I da contract with the yate which could not be revoked without the agreement of banks It now stands by its former decision lhere has been talk of the case beinpr taken to the supreme court but it is now understood the case can not eo to the su preme court for want of jurisdiction by sy FREE SILVER SAM TFE BOY ALLIST 8IMET- - BrRROiYS POSITION THE MICHIGAN AGAINST or A RATIO OF 10 TO 1 BY CAPTAIN MAINF H lE JR author of Single Sight th Th- - Pirates of tiie Pidn- Iron In nd Ed the Betrator Boy or Ffmn the Bitt ni to the Top Billy the Bl k the Bowery g Bravo or The Lu le rs I gacy Bart the Border B i orihuunJ or The Vam Â¬ SENATOR ARGUES FREE COINAGE ujnr It Would Eipel Oar Gold and Hold Paper and Cause a Disastrous Panic Result of Having Two Italian of Different Value Evils of it Silver Baals pires Vengearee ate CHAPTER I a broiling hot day in July bnt despito the torrid rays of the sun and the blasting hot prairie winds the farmers for miles around Saharaville Sock legs oounty Kan had gathered at the It was THE POPCLSTS 1ltIDK Â¬ that tribunal AYERS Sarsaparilla 1 C great free silver eouventh n Who is it they regard so intently on this day of all days marking point by point his arguments that slight boyish figure that is the cynosure of all VyasI It is he our hero Fiee Wire Sam the Boy Bimetallism He is rushing in where presidential candidates fear to tread The carcli ss onlooker if such there was noting the superb whiskers of Free Silver Sam that swept the ground as lliwiliipsaaiiswul orator piled argument upon argument instance upon instance and piccept upon precept would hardly think that but 1 8 scorching Kansas summers had passed oer his he id Yet it was only too truel Listen Ho is speaking And after -- 11 this President Cleve- Â¬ t silver is not sound land claims money Hear this On the small slab of marble on the table top before him he drops a largo With a chiming cartwheel dollar cling it rings clear as a bell spins a moment and then settles with a clink There if that isnt sound money what is That was his peroration A climax grand stupendous Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHAPTER II THE ABCII CONSPIRATOR Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Hist The dark scowling face of Goldhng Ben the tool of the Rothschilds lit up with savage glee We have him now The two men addressed were both emissaries of Wall street minions of the money power as vile and despicable as himself I have the proof that this graduate of Coins Financial school is an impost r His hearers etin scarce restrain a SMrt Yea continued Goldbug Ben Those whiskers which the free silvsr ites swear by that beard who silken superfluity has almost secured him the covett d plan of Peffer are he paused a moment noting the open mouthed false ainazi lnent of his accomplices And furthermore he holds a mortgage on my farm payable only in gold Â¬ Â¬ CHAPTER III THE DAY OF IIBIWi Â¬ Â¬ i Another meeting of the Populists of Kansas But this time then aeTC omi nous looks and fierce gestures on all sides For was it not rntnored that their idol Frte Silver Sam wore false wliis ken and held gold mortgages Calmly the Boy Bimetallist faced the angry throng Friends he said it is true Iwore false whiskers not with anv intention of deceiving yon bnt as a disguise be- Death which I could better track ami bring down the game I sought Goldbug Ben and his gang the took of the Rothschilds and the minions of the mon ey power Â¬ And the gold mortgages clamored the crowd That and Free Silver Sam paused was se that like our impressivelv great leader Senator Steward I might pay hack the goldbugs in their own 3oiu To be discontinued at once Puck r Â¬ 1 Â¬ I Â¬ In an addresn delivered at Bay View Mch Senator Burrows eif Michigan TigOronFly opposed the free coinage fal lacy and upheld onr present financial system After reviewing our monetary legislation he said In the first place the free and un limited coinage of silver at 111 to 1 Would in uy judgment expel freim our circulation not only our entire volume eif gold bnt every dollar Of paper money redeemable in gold and cause i contraction of the enrreney and a resultant panic the like of which has not been seen in this generation This would follow as the iuevitable result of that law of monetary science whie h where two moneys are issued of unequal value the cheaper will always expel the dearer from circulation It e ertaiuly needs no argument to demon- strate the truth of the projHisition that if two dollars arc issued one worth M cents and the other 100 cents the 60 cent dollar will lie the emly dollar in ciicnlation and the 100 cent dollar will be hoarded by the tanks and individuals until the whole volume of such enrreney entirely disappears This law is of nniversal application anel has its origin in human nature tself No debtor owing 100 wejuld discharge that indebtedness in the more valuable of two moneys He jroald surely make use of the cheaper and retain the dearer It was the knowl edge eif this lav that guided the fathers in fixing the ratio in the beginning at 15 to They knew that dollars of nneqnal commeicial value could not be made to circulate permanently side by side and so having ascertainetl that 24 34 grains of pure gold were of equal value with i71 grains of pure silver they pro-Â¬ vided for the coinage of these two met als into dollars at the ration of 15 to 1 Bnt the truth of this principle has been demonstrated over and over again even in our own history The gold and silver coins issued at the ratio of 15 to 1 under the act of 1702 shortly became of unequal commercial value the bullion in the gold dollar being of greater value than the bullion in the silver dollar The silver dollar became nhaapa than the gold dollar and the consequence was that silver alone circulated and Bold gradually disappeared Indeed and for the same reaseii the coinage of gold declined lor the 2 3 gTains of pure gold provide d for in the gold dollar were worth more uncoined than when coined and therefore its coinage naturally ceased and silver bullion alone found its way to the mints of the United States It remains only to be inquired what would be the probable effect of aelopting grains s our the silver dollar of 71 single standard of value The first and most patent result as already noticed would tie to drive from onr circulation every other dollar of superioi valne whether of coin or paper Our ftioo 000000 of gold constituting otie third of the entire volume of our money would lie quickly eliminated from our circulation by being hoarded or sent abroad followed by the retirement of our 9400000000 of papal e urrency re deemable in gold producing a contrac tion of the currency unexampled in our history of over fjl000000000 to be follow d by a financial oemvnlsiou un precedented in meidern times It will not do to say that with free and unlimited coinage this vacuum would be quickly supplied for it would require U years with the present capacity of oui mints to replace this vast volume of currency with silver This consideration alone ought to be sufficient to deter us from venturing More upon such a hazardous ilicy than this The silver dollar of 871 U grains produced under free coinage and not maintained at a paiity with the gold dollar as it surely would not be would as we have seen at once sink to the level of its bullion value anti be worth only about 60 cents Kvery depositor in savings national and state banks the hold prs of polioses in life fire and all other insurance companies investments in loan anel building associate us represent ed by a great body of people numbering more than 20000000 would be toned to receive in retnrn for their de premiums and investments a dollar of only one half the valne of that with which they parted to the euornieius and incalculable advantage of these great corporations Suppose an importer of Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ae united States in tna p the sum of 10000 for customs dues Â¬ what would prevent him from purchasing f5000 of silver bullion and under free coinage convening it into 10000 silver dollars and viih these liquidate the indebtedness to the government Every pensiouer would find his meager stipend lessened oni half and many of them would be redu td to beggary Not only this but all the recipients of fixed salaries every clert teacher railway employee and receiver of a stated income would be fored to take a money which in procuring the necessities of life for himself and family would possess only one half of its former purchas ing power for it must be remembered the price of everything would advance as the value of onr money declined But it would be an endless task to attempt to catalogue the disaster which such a step would be sure to ental Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PROFESSIONAL COLUMN Mm SCures the Running Sores I ATT0SrT3 J A SULLIVAN ATTOM9MY AT Richmond OrICK 106 - riiv Kextvck 16- Vi Serpents Sting Sh3 ae Main Street up staias - nONTGIOUS BLOOP P01SUW BwawawawgawaftaSBBW I I aswd SWIFT SPECIFIC CO moes the poison A suable nam nea- ursil and builds up toe IIJ Sri5 5ieieM pleuHy eradicated by - S Ks 4 B Ho- ATTOmyrxr Richmond Ofti e No 13 at law - - Kas Kir I street ap stairs W B SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW RHHMOMi Office in CollinA-1 - ui sst anil Atlanta u - - Ki- - THE MARKETS fancv Building at head of Flour Spritur JiOU wmter patent sastatM lunar ftt family tJ50 at 5 citrt M 9 Vihiat Sales No 3 red track 6c Cons Sates No I white track MR mixed ear track i c No 3 mixed track 31c yellow ear track new 4c Oats sales No 3 mixed track I4ic No 2 white track 22c Cattle hair to good shippers H00ij4 3Â¬ choice butchers 4noao medium butchers tl2v 3so common 125i use Veai Caive8 Fair to good liht 15 50 6 SO comijon and lare S3 0 J ft h extras iI loos Select shipper t4 fO rt2 butchers tfood nght paekr i l 01 KiUtfl i 1 tiii pate it spri w Oct It CINCINNATI 50 37S sprinl family L MCHKNAULT 1 Sisjvij laJ i111 s ATTORNEYS AT LAW Richmond Clftice on Second Poor Health c- - eery V street ove Ch 3 R SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW - RlCHMoMi - K M H 10 4 sueep ttlHas WCCi 0 guod to choice II 7VS so common tofair M Kxtra 3 BtaJLtS good to Lambs 0 common to fair tCS 2 75 choice ft 0 tcper WooiUnwashed Fl le merino me lb H wa c iuui iuart r bl od clothing me Â¬ laine and clothing lie coarse H lJo satBPASD Lavbs 2V common and rouh 1 10 4 00 t I3l SSawMng Wished Matt X to XX per lb 13 14c clothing 14 ISe delaine fleece P dium merino 14c combing 17 alSc No 2 uuaxur No blood and low O Ctct lc Fine medium ion 13 rBrowns Iron Bitters Dvsnensia serious ana latal diseases result irom r tritlinp- ailments neglecteds o t Don t play with Mature r greatest gilt nealtn ryou imagine - Smoine iiiectiio o rTdir Vi iiius itiftrp- tnnn v Wil practice in all the Courts mond N Off STEPHEN I PARRISH ATTORNEY AT LAW RlCHM Patents Caveats TnMrC Report M to patcntahi Betoi- KrN Mark D Wheat waitr kn red cash 3 Toledo 11 2 If youarefeetTiff out of sonv weai and Et nerav exhausted lie Eae no appctiio ivid cant work me 66se December red cash 63c No le strengthenings r edicineu huh tles cure benefit comes fiom the irrry Cm dose tf wen t stain your tee- it oncctak ii the rrost relia FH7SICIA1TS No 3 n 3 yellow cash 32c let No 3 mixed 31c Oats No 2 mixed cash 21c No 3 KTI Ouil No I casti 43oc No 3 white white 4tV ttrs Browns Ir n A few bot- iu DR JOHN RlCHMoNU M FOSTER KK Â¬ CiiioAio oJ- at wheat opened ftluftlSe i alls on December price lHc ruts assaawaat aold a ed to M last pne tails on May corn opening and only pnev 9 a lJc lut on May ccrn opening and only price 2ulc BALTtmoRS Oct 12 Wheat No 2 spot and October ftse tTTiTj STIf seeamer No 2 re rwailsllTlHI - do it and u Uke its Telephone at office and ronlr M I It Cures Neuralga KVAN Richmond W - - kv- n Conation jiala lints a Kidnev and Liver Troiibles Bad Blood KN Mixed spot 44 i361ic October 3t Nervous ailments h has craaacd red B iub- - will find my of the residence of N H I people Mg my Having retired Mvcnl elf I again nffer from m the pr icrrices i4c frl ii r Womens complaints Cet only the itntwtaa I i treet Oats No I white western 27428c No 2 miieddo 23 24c Ott 12 Pitt jbcrih Pa tateaatat pounds vrTLF -- 1400 to i6t I HO gawd MM 450 good bit i beil Vnrk Hm Prime medium r4 40 common to fair Yorker- avy rrailes 4 25 4 30 24 LOOd J1UU slIKKP EXtn i wi common lamb fair il ud t400 real calves toiiE 75 heavy thin calves t2uOi30U New York Oct 12 Wheat -- No 2 red var t ili it tit- - rather eaaw iedull with th- wist October DR TJ TAYLOR - I t ir ic jutilul VturUis E MO Practiti Rkhmono Stort Office itn Se Kka rd Street 404t0 Residence an RCHMONDSTEAM ssssil g I DR H RlCHM I R GIBSON AND LHUNDRY PATRONIZE HuME INDUSTRIES IJlYsKiW Iffice in the SrRfJEON M y Mi-iTH- ber era f fa SaH 2 2 in is a N Novemt r Mar tMs December 2 i i36c HaySkf NY Decem- - week feeling only Cattle- - Closing sif adv for good handy li ts good 4 31 4 35 Yorkers light to llois mediums t43ii mixed packers 1435440 rood heavy f4t I Brrrti for tie Oct 12 CMAS HOOKER Work liruip pniiiifitlv m II it- and i VkTTEUIS Dentistry trcc XUY 8VktGEOS a Sp - t 11 ii a- - iiiix iir i 1U11111 Veterinary and Sterility Kn hinond j in to extra Si7jj4e0 Cripple Acquitted of Murder In the jFtoiohuiwN Ky Oct 11 hoice to prime lambs good mixed fair Is sheep good to choice tSSOtS 1 QQil ft- ex Â¬ 172I5 culls and cemmon port sheep quarter lower at 350 3ti5 choics C shelp ami Lamb--tot 45 light to ilif Count iv d Fira I A1 r ror- - s ifonr o II II rvviu iiu riiL7rinA SaSa 111 Lrf - DR A K Kl 8TEWART FHY81CLAX ASl SI XGEON HMOSD KrMliKV circuit court here Robert fourtney charged with tne m truer of Thoma- tourtney and Coyne was acquittee loyne botn about tuenty three years of ape juarreled at a dance at the nonie of the latter r ear liinton tnis county one nijrht last November when Courtney shot and killed Coyne Court ney is a crtpple anel can not walk with- out the ad of crutches Â¬ 1 Ill M tlifV will Stand by Home Penpla ami J tlllil liv -vill Mitchells Street OAice - Ntain street over Covington 21 clothing store KeidciK A DR O OUT OF TOWN 1 A KENNEDY A - Ill YRIi IAN f 1 a rsawr a I arn and stork Horned Ky Wade Oct 11 MoKovMowN Jenkins barn was burned on his farm about two miles from Wouelbury on W- z- t M WORK 1 L r awaaaw Richmond stairs i 7 8UR6EON Ki a No 204 Main Street up n Office in Smith Building Iftct IlafJ DENTAL S TJBGERY Uarren river In the barn were twelve head of horses tweive tons of hay and a large lot of corn and oats besides several hundred dollars worth of farming implements all of which were lonsiimed The barn alone was worth 0 insurance The si ha There was tire was the work of ncendiaries DH MYERS of- - WELBY W BURGIN Richmond DKXTJST grocery Proprietor Kentucky No 36 Second 45- - Â¬ The Kentucky Planing WHoIiAIK ND KKTAII flfnce over Chenault Street JVIills IN DR A WILKES SMITH DENTAL 8UMOEON Main 4 c - Humpty Dunipty sat on a wall Humpty Dunipty pt a great fall Anil all the senators and enwgri smen Cant put Humpty Duiupt 1 to again 1 j lxda ii- - e Kjvwjw -- - 1 Damscrf for tin Injury Lebanon Kv Oet 11 A verdict for stiooo was rendered in the case of Mrs W S Survant tgainst the Louisville A Nashville Ilailroad Co in the Marion circuit court Mrs Survant ansa intiiru a train lec mber 11 Â¬ - DKA1KR Rough Iihii aid Dressed Lumber I RtCBMOHD KfcNTLCKY Street Office y- Or riCK Smith huilding SaSH III v i II - u Kri A dinis IATH- - TO tnT M siiiNoi f TOBACGCO iimk Ctoatarr MK J C Practice limited to dentistry MORGAN A BIMETALLISMS OPINION i Â¬ Dr Andrews of Brown Iniversity Answers a Pertinent Ouestion Perhaps the most scholarly intellectual and honest of thebimetallists is the president of Brown university He was one of the delegates from this country to Â¬ Â¬ NEW GOODS DEAblMG j A ATI HOGSHEADS SPECIALTY ii MORGAN Kv iv - YATI - Main Stre et 1 Rn iiMiN - DKSTISTS Richmond Baak Kentlcky - FARM FOR SALE valuable tract of land j2 miles- trom KichiiionJ on the lnien Citv Pike joinA - Opficc Main Street over Madison National a Â¬ that iMir com- lliiiuii for Stevenson Fi NMoin Ky Oct The in rj work looking to swinging Kentucky into line for Vice President tevenson lias already begun in earnest and a formidable boom has been A Danyiiik erans The Ferryvllle Reunion Ky Oct S All the vet- Â¬ et up for him 1 oitt d on ilornebaek in and soft Hats Dont buy a hat until you se MlDDUaaoao Ky Oct 12 Henry lorter la and Miss Olivia Howard 15 eloped from Byden to Wise C II Va u d were mat r ed Tne distance 80 wiles as traveled on horseback i can our SIEEEtOQPER t mc ao Board and Blue Urass ttiiij lie latest in reiristration the reiiublican city committe e will call vention to ncmnate candidates for eity of Frankfort Republican Ticket I Padccaii Ky by the iarire republican ii lot up a i lakes Oct Encouraged stiff Hats The Big Store AT YOUR HOME Si Our 208 Pagb Fall Catalogue and filled from selections cks will be sent Application large line of Gloves Handkerchiefs Hosiery Suspenders Underwear Neck Wear Collars and On Yc have a republicans have put out a municipal tu three members of the A P A iaskfkit on it Ky Oct 12 Frankfort Wamiim o let IS Pensions were issued as lows Increase William Vn Meter Millerslown Grayon county Kentucky Tension federal and ex confederate in Boyle Mercer Marion Washington and i asev counties and many from distant districts are prepared to de- Â¬ scend upon Perryville Tuesday to observe the thirty fourth anniversary of the battle of that place There have been several reunions upon this famous field bat this will be the first time the veterans from both sides will have met in fraternai gathering A School tiirl Itlopt s Lkxixgton Ky OjI B Miss Ella May Farris atfed sixteen and George Holmes an employe of the Adams Express Co eloped to Jeffersonville Mon day where they were married The young lady had started to school carrying her books under her arm when she met her sweetheart and decided to elope with him Her mother fainted when she received the telegram an nouncing the marriage Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fi Kentucky M -- asiiimtox lftin Iot OITiee 12 Oct discontnuei luiiitt B ater Kiscontined The post office county Ky will be October 11 hirt Jewelry Po is i and ill tie more chances ke money in America during the n xt t ve years than in any other sec- t on of the globe A hi of the ipioted as Lex i Mi ton Ky Oct a The to bacco crop in the Blue Grass section of Kentucky was not damaged to any creat extent by the recent frosts Nat1yall the early tobacco had been cut and only the late crops were in jureei i he drought did not come early enough to injure the tobacco to any great extent It will be about 75 per cent of an average crop but the quality is excellent Â¬ The Tobacco Crop School oes a specialty i call and Wh g for it mention this convinced that we have the latest styles and lowest prie Wake Rice house were fatally hurt while drilling olt a charge of powder that had failed PU1 to o off in a blast in the city rock eral ante quarry Pink Streets had one eye and aise money for li the side of his faee blown out and Barry Howard and Boots Patterson each bad an arm shattered and small Wounded Five liiuea Aiex Cam bits of stone blown into their flesh in den was shot twice by Deputy Gecrge many places rest him Fatally Injured While Milking near Danville Ca wounded BowiiM Grfes Ky Oct 8 Mrs rent places but is Stil Chlora Cook was fatally injured while oerv milking a cow at her home near Ro with disturbing a chester Butler county Another cow me chureii plunged at and reared upon the cow she was milking and fell upon Mrs C ok One thigh broken Or Prices Cream Baking Powder one arm and all tue bone wasone hand bones in Worlds Fair Highest Award Her recovery is very oubtfuL sioVKiiNT is on foot in New Or eetiou of a monument ard and sev are now on foot to Negro Prlaooer Ilnrt Fkankfort Ky Oct 8 Three Negro prisoners in the Frankfort work- Â¬ the international monetary conference held at Brussels in IMiti and is an ardent advocate of the wider use of silver But he sees the folly and danger of attempting the impossible at least when one nation attempts it single handed The following is Dr Andrews reply published in the Chicago Record to the question Shall the United States attempt the free coinage of silver alone If we take up the metal alone and that course results as I shonld anticipate in the expulsion of gold we shall have in the first place a financial crisis worse than any ever suffered in the oonntry Tina beeause we cannot in a long time even by working our mints day and night coin silver enough to take the p e which would be vacated by gold Prices would surely fall Im mense numbers of failures would occur Laborers would be thrown out of work Altogether a dreadful paroxysm in our business would be precipitated Slowly the gap left by gold would be filled by the mining and coinage of siver Prices would the u gradually rise At last they would become higher than now more and more approaching the Mexican and Japait se level But a e onsequeuce far worse than any of these would he that our passage to a silver basis would erect against foreign exchange between Europe and the United States just such a barrier as now exists between Europe and Mexico It would annihilate all fixed par between New York and London repeating the terrible inconvenience in our Eurojxau exchanges which we suffered in war - when we were upon a paper basis Chargeable to the Sliver Agitation Every holder of land bonds so ui itics or property of any kind which has decreased in value since Jan 1 1888 can jii tly charge the g eater part of this loss te the friends of silver Every labour thrown out of employ ment during this time or who has suf fered a re eluctiou of wages as a result of tiiis panic can justly charge his loss of to the same source These disasters are made none the less cruel and oppressive by the fact that the silver party did not intend the result This country has suffered as much and perhaps more from the free silver movement than it would have suffered from a great foreign war excepting the loss eif life The lossts of a war in a jnst cause might not only be borne with fortitude bnt be considered glorious sacrilicis The losses of property and wages which have come from an hon help silver and the sil- Â¬ ver miners are as real as those of war and must be borne nnder the conviction f an inconceiv that they are th able folly R Weissiaaer in What Is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J L HARRIS M D D D S Richmond - ing the lands Of WJ Collins snrl Wil iiam French and part of the P T Phelps All in yra s has been for a num larm Crown and bridge work a specialty Office in her of M ars Has the finest water on it Collins building Main street Office hours q a ra in the county to 4 p m Extra ttneed Excellent to neighborhood Close to eliuriht s and I mea schools bu iness AsMreu RICHARD COBB JR Danville Ki li- - Kentucky iini BC POTTS And Iiow Prices Our buyer has returned from the Eastern markets titter a prolonged BtJ in scarcli Of the best values for tiie least money ami feels satistied that never before has there lice ti such a well assort ed stock of gootta lrouolit to titis market bought for ash and to In sold for the smallest profits over known in the historv of the iliv Let is tiv that we trade Space1 will not permit us to enumerate have all the leading staples in Blankets Flannels Hosiers G loves Corsets eVjc for ladies miaaea and children also GesrtleinenB Neck and Underwear Our leaders for this seasoB will be our Capee ami Jackets for ladies and minors in fur and cloth all styles and all colors and for less money than ever before Our novelty Dregs Suitings Velvets and Tri tastings tfnnaod your speetal attention They art new stylish handsome and cheap Table Linens Nap ins and Towels in endless varieti SPECIAL To cash purchasers we will give a andsome clock at a premium when the purchases amount to 25 or over Examine the clocks theV arc elurahlc ornamented and warranted to keep CorÂ¬ rect time Â¬ -- 1 000000 People Wear AGENT WLDouglas Shoes HAND SEWED PROCESS 500 a a aJ IN THE L A WORLD BEST NEW YORK LIFE Assets 300 Â¬ 350 250 225 Ms For Men W L- - jjgj PEES ii AX 250 200 1T5 For Boys oIIYQIIlIIS 162000000 S20C000C0 Written Surplus ill Fires wA M 1 Wear W K- - Dowstlsui shoes and All SI OO to S30U u ausir Mitltli ntht TLe Pdrance in leather has r mak price of tsir fl ows and White Look O M At Gibson Look Dwlasshoes reaawln the- ssaw usuostilub 8 thainanMandpriceisst ousoie WEDoielaal siKaruhllAiuiauldoy ja XUcascona COME BARGAINS FOR YOU Look the following Specialties 25 Harrows for S20 Farm VTcgois Cherp d s7 CHEAP Wl KENTUCKY RICHMOND KV - COAL bter WATT REMEDY CO Positive Cure FOR n von can gc the same money Iain oafcriaa fc I in the market at the same price jou woo J have to pay to other dealers tor injcinr cheap coal E B R r SSilis Ch aj A G A I Feed dttersCbetp 1 Cane Mills Cheap Evaporators Cheap Liquor Morphine L Hoie WLeat rlls Choap Corn Unskers Cheap Cocaine Tobacco Habits Cl l Office am arJ c me V strct tf unlv one quare Horn -- I Ml te nd B Court 13 24 OST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALtT N Cook Stoves Ch an S O R F Fodder Shredders Cheap Hay Presses Cfceap Oliver Plows Ciicao Steel Ranges Ch p Livery GUARANTEED STCPH8NSON particulars ad Iress T B WORMS WSiTES CBflH V tls lor Sk V Y U Eveiyling Cheap O fit SHACKELFORD k CENTHYS my new Italy VERMIFUGE FOR Haa lad ail IMOlf1 20 V RicLmond E EVERY MILD BY AT BOnU JV nedios ASTEED- -