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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vi VOLUME JX FOOT fI tULL M PLAYED AMI PEMOIMIIZlMi UJ 1 I MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WHAT HOW A I A RICHMOND WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 1895 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S I f Medical Bmd a Pe-ru-- 1 Goyt Report 5 NUMBER KENTUCKY 22 TO DAY 1IAKMII TO KT1 FA1 AIITIKK si ies to eonntil r as the brutality tl ere ij of font ball is rwo rd V m question vriti KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when The many who live bet- y used md enjoy life more with led expenditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best product to of physical being will attest the m- iue to health of the pure liquid ve principles embraced in the remedy Srtmp of Figs It excellence is due to its presenting form must acceptable and pleas- the refreshing and truly beaeoYa pfOMliea of a ix rfect lax- lly cleansing the system 36 the way chronic catarrh usually which A person catches cold Kirt Jait M 1S95 - on longer than Then fol usual Ar L In llfallh Itllili ti Ho J No N04 land of the air pawl Tra I Dally No 5 Daily Cbair KX Sin Daily Kx l Mi which inclines to catch cold verv easily This Board desires to call the earnest mm 13X At li t the person has a cold all the 11 a m Eab inl attention of our health authorities and 8n am 755 pm 350 p n 803 p m 819 More or less discharge while seemingly people to the gradually increasing pre Louisvite 948 a m 908 p Cl 40 pa neeurz from the nose hawking from the throat 1043 a m 950 pm 503 p t valence of and mortality front typhoid 0 pm Karrodsburj 1118 a m 1015 p m 530pm nostiils stopped up full feeling in tbe Burgn- ft iei and to the growing imMrtance of 1310 n n 1055 Pm 62op w Pe-Â¬ head and crack ng in the ears The 1125 am 1035 pa 537 pm i onstant resort to the Methods which Waatb ll 14 1310 a n 1055 Pm 6io pa ri na treatment for this disease is the modern scientific rear an hes have sog 1330 p nt 1055 am 645 pm pm 1143 pm 733 pa Lt B 110 only treatment that has withstood the for the preventiou of this disease At Hurrosbura 115 p m 1143 pm idachea anl Si should be taken Ar Larem ebin test of time 142 p m 1307 a m Thi se preventave measures are of more - Ar Louiville curing constipation 340 p m 105 a m termanenth without interruption until every symp p m importance to the Strte because directed 310 - ami b mi I Jtu 15 N87 i7 a m 352 p m COST IKYING DEARLY tom disappears against a disease especially prevalent and to him approval of the medical 445 P m 310am Drug Manufac to The Vepwllles Kid- 445 P m 310 a m -- sion iatal amongst Hrsons in the pnme of becaux it acts on the I am greatlv pained to My dear sir Two months ago when the actors and Midway 530 p m 353 am turing Company of Columbus Oi for a r and Bowels without weak- life who contribute most to the public hear of the calamity which has come actresses of England 600 p m 430 a m Georgetown met to congratulate copy of their latest hook on chronic ca- a 640 p m 505 a m g them and it is perfectly free from wealth aud prosperity Considered pure- - upon oii 1 regret I have not sSl in sir Henry living upon the honors which 535 a m No l6 VMIboiml oS ev rv objecthwiabie substance Tbis hook is a complete guide to Lv Inmd Lap n i coDomic problem the feature of available funds at present will send the lneen bad just tiestoweil upon him nap fin In III file He is to be congratt Fi- - is for sail by all 45 P m 300 am Lve tie cure of all forms and stages of this ulated on securing such a bargain and Lve Corbin it probably least thought of by most peo-Â¬ check in a day or two s but it is man a Willlaiusbg 550 p ni 358 a m there was one New York newspaper 416pm Veraai lea 630 p m 425 a m Arr Jellien ple the importance of this disease can by the California Fig Byrap Tromptly enough the check went which contained the whole if the actors dreadful disease our iope are equally fortunate in hava 800 Arr Knoxville Tinted on every scarcely be overestimated Statistics but with equal promptness it was return- address a maltei of some eight ami a xo a m ing h BO as a land owner Nicholasville Lve KKhiiiond 738 P l3lhuiid 135 p AN AID TO THANKSOIYIXG le name Syrup of mo p m tact rr Row hind show that ten persons are airk for every ed to me with no word ot explanation I half columns The other papers says the 435 pm Journal 115 pm Arr isianforc ine well informed IM will not 430 one that dies of thin disease and l own I was surprised but concluded he Brooklyn BtandardFTJuion The Winchester Democrat has p eked contented tute if nflercH No 70 No 1 No 2 nothing of tne cash value to the State ol must have received his insurance money themselves with a mere summary of Irv op the subjoined turkey view thatwii be AFFLICTED WITH SCROFULA Daily Ar Ru hmond Dally Dally SORTH BOCND Ar Inabodieeverj vear and it i Kx Sun ami the circumstance was gradually for ings remarks and as there was no state- Â¬ sad to tin key owners but joyful to those as at Lou aville or all laiats Mtaal PRIDGEFORDS ceded that the stale has no more valu gitten My son was troubled all of last winBat it was very forcibly recalled ment in bis speech that Sir Henry Irving who have to buy am 305 p m tayl North west 730 ve Rnwiand yrr Rich mood 1010 am 605 p m t t iinjtton frr sH xiBta hi Iks able property than that represented in its when next I paid a visit to my home for hail not uttered dozens of times before CaaaSammB in his throat and From the exchanges in the various ter with scrofula 810 pm No 6 Knoxville Southeast Kno vUe Hot us population the loss of time and be did not call upon me as he had al arilla and improved Ive Jelleo RANGE of Central Kentucky we notice taking lh p m 7 00a a vua Caattanoo0 Lve 1110 the editors were at a loss to understand counties AtktaM and Florida 1138 p m j 46a a labor aud the necessary eosi imtirred in ways been wont tf do On the contrary why his paper had gone to the immense th t the price of turkeys will opeu at at once and now he seems t he entirely Lve Williamabg Diily Kicept Suuttay a m 9 Air Corbin THEM -- iis I have always been improved in Lve CiimM tinp A WHKOOV attention to tlcse who finally recover he shunned a meeting with me T SWIFT C expense of having his whole speech ca- from 4 to 5 cents tor choice poultry on well 1001 p m City Ticket t Pas A 1 i Uet Agt EXAMINE THEM make an annual tax Uon our eople of 1030 p m 7 40 a a Ttnagiii m dismay upon findingthat bled to this side The mystery was not loot The huge dealers lost conai erdile healtl and strength b using II noils Lve Middle n i Ky L u Li xinzton 8 19 a a Lve Pinev L 5 S P m startling proportions Mr C W lac lis Iul Lve Harhrville arilla PURCHASE THEM J 3t LLP pm 9 00a a W HOREKN letter 1 had sent him in the most cleared up however until Irving arrive the 1140 n shipments last year as the money 11 ri 1230 a Gen Superintendent 9 45 a a Typhoid fever i probablv the kindly spirit Ossible contained these here One of the first men to greet him supply iu all Ue impo taut Kaslern cities lerton Kv Hoods Tills cure indiges-Â¬ Lve Corbin z 108 a m 10 33 a a ixmlon Washington D C Waaiinvton - Q rr Livingston I 300 a m 11 - a m W A TURK tion aid biliousness pting winds I regret I have got 290 iu avail at the wharf wis Joe Howard preventable of all di- C A BEN The was larg ly aliove the d man 3 5 am tTjoTa Lve Livingston A ox It is new know u that like ii ds will send cluck in a day or m as they Well said Irvin 313 a m 13 38 n r Ive Berea luence was that the wholesale maiuxie l a WtJlnou L C rr Richmond 1 339 a m 12 55 n t and dxscicci v the germ or sni- aMiogized had shaken hands did you get it all prices in many in tances ranged iowe Louisville Tobacco Market ive Richmond 630 a m 339 a a 3 05pm o In vain explained - contained in To his dying day he never right red inse oi tl rr 705 a m 435 am 3 55 p m Locum vt He i itbaciu K lover ft Dorrel than tin- prices paid lor the tnrk Winchester 3 oop 710 am those igcs In u the c what he termed my studied and yrr Pans Ware Hmf 3 The dealers say that there is an My home P it exclaimed Howard iet 743 am 4S5 ve Islington 4 07P it and that while other methods n 700 a m 425 a CO C SEARCY arrantcd afliont dear fellow I should rather think I did abundant supply of turkeys th s vear am 505 am 3 4TP Lve Paris 753 Salts on our market lor the week iut Lve 1 hat is w hat the touch of a linger op 821 a m oi intro tuciug the poison into the system tynthiHiia 537 am 4 18 p all got aid that tbe prices most neces arily It nearly swampthe paper It amount to 16 hhls w ith receipts ve FRlnvuitli am 608 a m 5061a 9 gains enening key did for me and for years in though so i all right1 The Democrat has in- for ht same period 4S Iiids Sales on vrr CovingTon ran every low 711 am 611pm 1034 a Manufacturer of 6 30 pa Krr IiiieiniiHti 1030 am 735 a through the inediuin if an infei ted I have never mailed a letter long or A puzzled took came into Irving terviewed our local leders iud the our market sin re lannary l t amount I rtnter supply Usually tite use of well siioit without first sul jecting it to the h ii unite in saving I hat the prices cannot thought it was a go Sales of tne crop of 1S04 hhds MAYSVILLE BRANCH igid scrutiny I tell you sir it pavs over myself water oliHted by fecai matter This ma mBaaar bbbbbbbbVbbb particularly as open over C to 5 cw ts per poaad on foot on our market to this date amount to be T it Iroin ilrinking such water oi to be watchful in this No 12 No 10 there was nothing new in it However and the poultry must he in prime con- 157 1S3 hh Daily Daily NORTH BOUNU indirect as by using mHli or other aiti Star thought that dition to tiling th outside price ns yon cabled over lor it KxHnu Kx Kud this week embrace 1 Sales on our market or drink from cans or I the best thing I could do was to cable von hhds of hurley tobacco There ha Lve Cincinnati 250 pa Ice from an infected in it RAILROAD 1323 MAKING Wool OCT OK ROCKS REMARKABLY 356 p m Coviiiifton Aim rxnK SAM WAR SHIPS the whole thine OF EVKRY DFSCRIPTION fed n r o new developrrenN dm ing the week Ive Lexington 700 a m 630 p m source is also dangerous since it has TIME a 540 pm This time it was Howards turn to look Purls 745 and pricei- have remained pi ctically un 808 a m 600 p a dt all the wonders of inmlern imlnstrv puzzled lieeu proven that freezing does not deVrr Mlllersbnrg n Hirpcrs Wctl I cabled you tor the address chaniged as compared with the market of Carlisie 837 am 618 pa that of the manufacture of a soft and Whv my dear fellow you are mistaken stroy the infective principle The worlds record tor railroad speed la t year The light showers of tnis week Johnson 911 am 700 pa rartory at W AIO K The stars are shining in a cloudless in Maysvlle 045 am 737 pa Wiule water from all sources of supply downy wool from sandstone and from he exclaimed skv a brisk bn wing and now assure vou I thought over a great distance was broken the 4th were accompanied bv cool weather and it N No 11 is liable to contamination well water is the waste slay of blast furnares is mm oi by a special train on the Iake Shore and WffiaC StalMB SUKKKLV Ki and then as the bate ship c urtesies the whole Atlantic cable had been turned Daily Daily SUUTH BOCND is provable that no stripping season was w bether located the most striking The product called Kx Sun Ex Mia in citv Michigan Southern railway which ran to the risinj sea a tine spray hursts over especially so It bciraii to arrive in batchii me offordid mineral wool is already- wi lelv used Lve Mayville aw dying through the air in tiny town summer watering place or country 553 a m 145 pa es at my ollice at - oclock in the after- from One Ilundreilth street Chicago to The following quotations fairly repre630 a m 334 pm Johnson Im puking fire proof etc anil the pro jn t moistening our faces as we Thus out of 314 cases in curing in Louis noon and it wasnt until the last tele Buffalo Creek Buffalo a distance of 5101 sent our market for hurley tobacco iSot 7 03 a m Tarlisle 30 pm man mm tn e is desxribed in Cas Mlllersnnrg ville in 1884 298of the person used well 733 a m 337 p a crop stand forwanl of the turret on tlu graph Ixiy had delivered the last in- iiiil s in 4M minutes and seven Vrr Paris 745 am 350 pa Magazine as all 8 35 am Lexington 637 pm 2 75 looking ahead into the night water habituallj aud some of the other Mars stallment at ii oclock and I saw your an average spied of 6360 miles an hour Tri di Dkat damaged 50 to 1034 a m 636 pm ovinmon The wool itself serving a variety ol sixteen did so occasionally Iu the now s Exclusive toinn oa co ory trash to 3 j 5 4 00 3 00 30 00 This time includes 7 4 inch A way over there on the horizon a m off the name at the bottom that I had the least 45 pm rini innatl 1030 The S t sixth Store was told to l imous epidemic at Plymouth la in useful purposes as a non conducting idea what it was all about ipa the run was made in 470 min- - Medium to good colory trash 3 50 to 5 00 starlxiard Ikiw a distant light uow Common Lvgl m 3 s3 Ko fin ther mforination rates on ticltets H W cold alike for SMITH n seconds an average spei I beam ng st ong now a most living out volviug the sickness of 1104 persons the covering against heat and Tint niv dear fellow cried Irving or freight address Common coory lig 5 4 00 to F B CARR death id 114 and an actual outlay in Steam pipes and cold storage room walls miles an hour The New York Meiiin to Good Col Lags 5 50 to S 00 shows the lay of the ami U yond just your request for it in mv dispatch iilis per ecu to ali pait Ticket and Fjnig ilion uent as a BOBOd licadene in tioorsoi buildings hac l rit no to 7 ro Richmond Ky I 11 member Centrals record of September 11 was an Common to Medm I can shew it to you eoiiiing into range of our vision another money of 6710017 the outbreak wa box who riccive goods at the Factory M edits to Good Ieai 0 to ij 00 7 traced to the use of water polluted hv and as a nt ans ot fire proofing among J1 hi flashes several times in von useo rncoo II avenge speed o 6361 miles an hour in Good to nine Leaf Bine n 11UU 12 00 to ij 00 i and llie wools the fecal discharges of one imported case others is as its name in t ien disappears then gleams forth again l begin to C ud ng stops ami b4 ti miles an hour seiect Wrapperi Leaf Howard Hold on said t 001030 00 facts no less convincing aroolv sntistancc eonaisting of a m me You are right and you are exclusive of delay- are picked up of the disease see lirfht very tine mineral fibers interlacing one if The train left Chicago this morning at OLD aie id- - say a my companion m nt might be multiplied indefinitely space another in every direction and thus wrong old man I did send you a cable In a smaller wav they are 937 oclock central time and ar r he port bow where far oil to permitted it was liveand connrat nations from funning an endless number of minute 2 TD 14 YEARS OLD leeward adjutant faint gleams marks the common iu the experience of most Then knowing your rive at liutiaio V reeK ai iiwm roui the wife and self feet May 12 i8g5- air ceiis iu active practice i it house there On propensity fr sending cablegrams with minutes later the train came to a stop in Pure Old Waiakica for rami y ami MediThe wool appears on the market in a CLASS 1ST CLASS Isuaiivthe wells are sunk near the we move more slowly now while the the Central Station in Buffalo The cinal Cars in ini lo nallon the address in full I said to myself N Ail BUCi V No v No g kitchen and in dangerous proximity to variety of colors principally white hut Perhaps he will want to send an answer train was made up ot three coaches enPackages a spttia light graduaL k CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Ex Sun Ex Sunfcjf Sui Ex Sun tiger end often yellow or gray and occasionally Stronger slipping furl her and further the ptivy and other sources of contami and theres no use in his spending any gine aud tender The weight of the A P H is made by converting 8 55 6 40 to 27 Versailles any more nioin than is BCOM engine and tender was 184000 pounds aleam Shadowy groans git her forward nation thejwell draws its supply from quite daik and ihsr Creek 10 i Nicholasville 7 35 known for 15 years as xhe u 10 an inverted cone having its apex at the scoriae and certain rocks while in a added Ins- making the total weight of the train where the huge eiane rises The officer Cable address Howard 10 55 Valley View 7 5 a 2 BEST REMEDY for PILES into a filxirous condition molten state 11 30 Million 45 of the watch slips by me aitfa friendly bottom of the well and its base at the J0 pounds IK KY ireat heavens cried Irving as Un Wholesale Dealers r m A hv a steam blast directed against the aoxn aii DavecisTs Richmond 12 m Different engines were used on each 830 13 30 par poke in the side iu silent greeting and surface of the ground In dry si true state of the case began to dawn upon eo st tons V Pr trt4trEsErK wt 2 50 12 14 Blast furnaces slag Union liquid material lO l take6 his stand near the huge anchors this base is often extended until the well And I was fiol enough to mis of the divisions and th - run for the dihim 12 17 Moberly 00 I ofler at private sale for short Brasseldu I 45 12 30 receptuble for the more or less forms the raw material for our variety of construe 110 sentence That little at- visions was Chicago to Elkhart The captain has the bridge and we can 12 3 Panola l 00 the wool and sandstone for another 3 05 tempt at economy ol yours cost me just miles in 85 minutes LO sec and Elkhart lime this magnificent farm the Irvine hear his strong voice ami the reply of perfectly filtered filth from ail the Boareea A M yielding respe tivelv slug wool and rock THE MOST AMAZING tWe navigator and can jnsl make out found in the average back yard aud the to Toledo IS A miles in l 4 minute o humesteal of tlie late Maj Thus 300 KoT No water ofteu sparkling in its apparent wool the latter being preterahlc for pipe antes IJ Shelliy lather of the under iVEST BOUND Ex SiinlEx Sun Ei Suii Ex Sun second- - Toledo to Cleveland H7s their heads and shoulders silhouetted covering because of the absence from it ATLANTA EXPOSITION - the seconds I leveland to signed located nine miles from in 1K minute- ky over the top of the high purity becomes a culture fluid for any M A P H A r M of sulpher which will moisture present germs finding their vay into it Tisdale have just re- Â¬ Mrs Wagers i 15 near tlie Iliehmotul Irvine Erie K6 miles in 85 minutes MJ econds Lexiiiirton rail on the bridge fi cusThe visit of President Cleveland becomes an active corroding agent The Panola 4 18 L 40 ceived thi ir new tall tock of millinerv Two methods of prevention having tike and bordered by tlie Bra slieltl Buffalo 81 miles in 70 minutes Turn pike Erie to The huge bulk of the Minneapolis hih thev ate otfering at less prices than furnace slag or rock as the case may lie sed the attention of the world up in At 13 5 seconds Waliitit Mill pike and tlie Jacks Moberly shows shadow v and dim on our ort same general object in view are lo lie is the can be bought elsewhere in the ci v 5 10 Union 59 melted ill a large ctipolo and as it lanta and her great Exposition The mended Ihe fiist involves the 3 40 5 00 5 10 6 05 Mrs Ice Maupin lias charge ot tlie trim Iietweeu Chicago and Elkhart the Greek pike and containing about Richmond EVES OFFEKED TDK iiarter to starboard and a little astein 3Q 3 57 Million 5 30 trickles down out at the tap hole in a President like all other visitors was surDont fail to give mng department 6 34 the ort light oithe Raleigh barns dimly thorough disinfection of all discharges 10 Valley View Irani was obliged to slow dowufor rail5 57 He prised at the magnitude oi the lair Opposite the 6 5 them a call for bargains Aces of Unsur Nicholasville 6 58 433 35 from the how els of typhoid fever patients somewhat sluggish stream it Met to scoop w hil ight times and road dirertlv in our wake green aud 6 35 30 rnaatav Engine House 7 45 high presiire stream jet whnh atomizes spent sometime looking at the exhibits passed Land Cj up water once red Montgomerys rnnning lights glow This is best done by the use of a solution A M r M T M A M the woolen mineral if this term may be and seemed to enjoy the trip with great like jewels in the dark setting of aaa and of chloride of lime eight ounces to the used blow of which about 400 acres in Vir Parades and great crowds are not inn it in tleecy clouds into tin zest sky By ihe re1 light at the main truck gallon of water using a quart ol th PAY TO WITNESS A WEDDING Train between Louisville and Versailles daily new to him but this wonderful display gin Blue ira s mainly covered Lightning Hot D ops Trains between Cincinnati and Nicholasville lotion for each discharge aud allowing it storage room provided for it Soft and S sek Iwugbt Minneapolis has stopped white ker Brea1i wl of the resources ot the South he charac with Fine am Valuable Timber daily downy the stul settles wherever a What a Funnt Name to AH trains connect with Southern t leil the chorus and CupW beat Abundant and never tailing sup- and from Louisville and with the C Railway T opening and sh ttmg like eyea on the to stand iu the vessel at least one hour at their asigiiees hale N O atlords itself the heavier and terised as a marvel of real reconstruction Very True but it Killa All Pain A solution of corrosive the nther nijjlit at the West the P to and from Cincinnati other ships aloft show that they are still before emptying He was naturailv interested iu the gov ply ci sviter from natural sources You can spend five hours in Louisville about six Sold Everywhere Every Day sublimate two drachmas to the gallon of coarser wool coming down first while aide Salvation Army meeting i Irim ivs own nn ler way but have sowed 13 erinent exhibit and gp it sitne time and rendering hours in Cincinnati or 830hours in Lexington and people paid well distributed will answer the same purpose hut the lighter poitions are blown further Without Relief There ia No Pari Fully 600 p m return to Richmond at Hark a dull splash a di tant burning water there It is claimed by the government rink iu Chicago For through rates and other information ap this the best watered farm ii requires to remain longer in contact with along by the force of the steam and settle a i admission fee of fifteen cents towit it iaabe a bright light forward board of the jury of awards that this Excellently tencei any ticVet agent or address Bed and in the more distant parts of the room WoliTH of rru no imllnlmili ueillini ot Salvation Kent tick v and half wav up the vague mass on our tbe material to lie disinfected natuially grades itself exhibit is superior to any the irovern Handsomely and 34 aad liertha and sub divided lodv linen soiled by such patients should The material thus Iort quarter Minneapolis has come to be disinfected by the use of the same so into varieties of different qualitv A meal baa made elsewhere There is not ist Frank Watts Hue iaBaajadS After the usual sonj subslantially improved with r Iteil lights t the thousand Miunds of wool per hour are more materia here indeed not so much a nl exhortation service Stitl t aptam by boiling the oth r shiis they too have stopped liltion or A Commodious 2 1 2 Story as at Chicago hut the cream of it is here The second method relates to avoiding turned out by oue of the cupolas aud ienrge Brown gave the nignal ami the and almost simultaneously their anchors with something new added The Smith Metal Roofed the use of suspicions water and especially after the storage room has been blown Salvation Army band ai coinpanied by Brick drop full the flocciiient mass is packed into sonian Institute has a wonderful as above a pborooa of many voices struck up a In the narrow Pston Harlmr well water centaminated ready for market The whole af- - lion of articles illustrating the life cus wedding march From the rear of the aud where this cannot le done to lies straining at hur huge he tlg ship an admirable and interesting allvi- - toms and handicraft of all races and all lull i i h water before it is Used foi mir tirls clad in the and suitable barna out buildings anie I men The waters about In each rs since the time of the the utilization of an utterly i Iu the absence of a army costume with white sashes and cistern Fine orchards and etc loaded to the drinking purposes thronged with river craft The Babel and eve11 before that induct Following them well guarded public water suparmy Hag Soil stiuntr rich well gardtwte guards with crowded masses of humanity pure and cultural section shows everv kind of waving the T I sold at almost nothin- - The cistern water is prol arm in arm came the bride and groom while the great ship herself is packed ply properly store CASPAR W WHITNEY t IN Ft T plant in health and disease and the war wearing their army uniforms The two aiec for proditees 1500 to 2000 ably open to least objection and most complete lii from stem to stern with a slowly moving pounds of Tobacco per acr and and navv exhibits present a historical BALL RULES these nethods The effect ual stand OS the platform between tnob of sight seers Huge tloata are CL0THIR6 SSOfig AND HATS display of arms ships and munitions of tnok their olhei crops in iniinriion re and some ex- will require int vationist on one aide holding a m Harpers Weekly ide and bisy The ships of the time of the 8pan war vSl Wll sell M a whole or divided t pri Ever shown in Richmond hut it is confidently lielieved that United States Hag and a Salvatioic If the football rules separately exploitst andioate a dozen of them or more isi Armada are in strikinu contrast with general adoption would result in the ed by Yale and Princeton as repi holding tlie Salvation flag 378 Jicres with the improvements their lielow all other a e unloading or taking on everii the models of such modem warships as the or two tracts Brows perforated the ceremony remainder in one Dont bur iot jkksIs until yon learn ing crowds of passengers ceaseless v practical disapjiearaiice of a da tativeofthe Intercollegiate Association the New York the Oregon and the At Capt with a few No such liirin in exient and supeis not only a disgrace to our civili- which reading the regular service streaming over Imth gangways and Harvard Pennsylvania and Cornell lanta our prices It is a por i When he pro- Â¬ rior iialiiy for sale but an annual scon rage and tax as representative of themselves had At the gangwav otiening on the quar The President greatly enjoyed his visit aruiv niotlitnations wife tue lion rf ihe noted 4000 acre pur of Kentucky in eom- people nounced the couple man and k a marine helps the aged and upon the been merged into one common issue the to the Negro Building where In be n with which yellow fever aud hallelujah toed and chaso made by GotrSbelby i same would have immeasurably benefited leading men of the race and examined hall resounded with nfirm the pretty girls and little chil- has cholera sink into siguitieauce by small with interest the exhibits of polytechnic long and when he asked everybody who early history of the State thereby As it is hesitation dren over the side with all the tradition u in the Shell iv family ever this circular for free distribu- college club and school teams throughthe couple a long and happy lile nia Alabama and Oeor- al gallantry of his trade and keeping up a school It is in the very center ol tion stay lie had upon application to the v the building fairly since Amen Off the ot er out the country as to the adoption of one ia in which the students m ike can nit run of tilk M KEK CKN Kb Citptain the tinned Bttwgrass section of the Tl Bowling ireeii Kv shokwiith the tools and the other has led to no end of confusion woodeuware tinware please sir Come on little Hoard at gangway ir rder of the Board 13 25 then railed br Brother Watts experi and instances are frequent where tbe old furniture and a variety of other t the officer of the The latter was 1IV KNKY TlloMI soN M D or eiice as a marrtod man Se id to the undersigned I to have remained linger in the It is intact your card rules have been ai madam beli snd horns Col J E DELlH vV SON Lex ato rectify the blunders o aaana the officer in tne His Building than elsewhere J S M on Kv Manajjers ol tlie Ky nit the close of this foot bah the handiwork ot women this build ctmei frock coat in ihe middle of the and he j Agency for cir ing contains a rare c historical nfriin of season should mark the appointm Hold on there you take roar time Do Till uhir iMvini tirice terms and all ol relics from var linlv from a genera committee and the revision you want to crush that baby id met A terrible punishment has ovt The Inter collegiate Associations the period of the American Revolution eii fr liuiriilars eeible types of humanity iroui the a iiat Mr Cleveland se to have passed to It wi- girl out fir uple who eo irry which A pic bar ti hupp - iciety of ling to all v h chiefly ana relic of the iw Hole ii iie to take when Harvard Yale Prin iwart the will of dissentHe iim much ia and Wesleyau n to Yale now it amateur irt totfluae lor EH aUzed her Piinceton ing otT his hat There is no doubt that such after command up in the has WANTKI f M rth to three g desirable and mil but n hom are alive a affected by the great demonstration and led him en theladi he was all t he H is trving hont ECONOMIST I link in V ivi mhu 1 jwltt s Homo Tot Hill The inoW nncmnj iho- cateaof tlie garni eded tin- - met bmmoI puttege loot ball liitfers UK ther it id simply in i bmtality Mow linaatroos and fcUal u re vear will be bfi iiLht home more directly to people wltn by carefully imputed shown that tony six deaths ht year from colleuiatc taBM of foot ball within a shrt period of four months No record has of on kept of broken ears lost vim uik and other lisriuureinents As matter of met there is no sort practiced by any civilised nation whih ran equal a n of foru six deaths in four month- When we regard the effects iion the phiveis we meet a condition of things equally seiious leaving the hy ieai injuiies entirely out of the question the gaine of fMit hall as it is played tn li is an absolute detriment to the mental pmem of those who participate in it I have during Ike past six nths beeei at some p refully inquire into the clas- - stan thug ol the men who comprise college lnot liall teams and the - were hili testing In two cases I found that the majoiitv of the foot ball players stood among the lowe t in their classes while in the Other two instances one fact was true oi oiu- - aid of the memheis of the tcmis Further more the socalled tame which these college foot ball ulayeis is iliieciy injurious their lives ar exploited their portraits are printed their every iiioveuit lit is chronirled un- Â¬ til the subjects are male to feel a prom i uiice which is at oace prepoMeroos and and si ril Before a boy is hardi out liool be is upoiled with a mi pUcel importance ol himself and a mistaken fame the ei which he carries with him through his life S r m he clii i t on nth a wholesome m e It requires a s mind such as i ratel given to a rowing boy for a Twang man o ursue a ciavi g for kllowjeilge when all around him he bears notltia tit bail talk and te en next to him talk of the c utitrv It s nkes for h m at the crv mitsct of his careei I -i a duubie barrelled gun ne old countryman tapping the gieat eight inch turiet euns with his umbrella ami is the rest of it in that And it is the chiss of people box the real people to which the old lellow belongs that ibowBttie most ncmiine in and desire to ki thing alsitit the novel surroundings and in spile of the wear and tear and the mis amount of extra work involved the whole ships eompanv joins in making the visitors welcome showing every A LETTFK DID CO MV S SOUTHERN 1111 MADE A curtesy and attention to high anil rich and low ikh aiike E PREVENTION TYlllOH FEVER iri lab i Jssi Kii nv the Statu Boaboo Health of Kkmicky said a If of stenographers gentleman well known in Washington who fi r a number of y ars represented a I Louisisna district in congress once rv an unusual y careful and bad a se competent fflinw too whose slight slip in a typewritten etter t a constitent of mine st me that genlemans friendship a friendship valued much more highlv than I can express This is the wav it came about At a time when I whs will nigh submerged with committee duties I received a letter from the head f one of ihe most influential and widely respected fam e His residence had just burned down he wrote me the loss coming at a moment when it affected his financial matters to no inconsiderahle extent Gen d he not presume upoin our many I of friendship to the extent of asking a loan of two hundred and fifty do he insurance companies lars until 1 was deeph should settle his claim moved to learn of his misfortune nd immedi tely dictated along with a nuin efforts ler ol other letter- - the following lines 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The roles of football baseball track athletic Iawntennis must be similarly interrupted wherever those games are laved in the United States An Intercollegiate Association would and did at one time ensue this but since such a leg islative body connot now he organized t plan piobably the wisest I of all is the appointment of a general rules committee in the Iniveisity Athletic Chili r The convention of such a committee at regular intervals or on especial occasions if need be would guarantee temperate di cussion of differing views and more satisfactory adjudication than is possible under the present svstems Mori this committee should hold a preliminary meeting which captains and those alumni that keep In touch with the game lie invited to attend In other words previous to going Into session it ought to have the co operation of all university men capable of aiding the cause hv suggestion or criticism The year should find such a committee established meanwhile we must make the hi the muddle these egotistical college legis lators have left as a memorial of their CEHTRiL RY- - S SOUTHERN te R CA1AUKH DESLKIKED Shrt fiiaora is BLUE GRASS ROUTE RAILWAY la Kcatnekr ABSOLUTELY PURE KARKADALE STOCK Jfaaad dwtaoi Powder FARM SOLI SHORTEST ROUTE hortest and Qucscsi Route troni Centra Kentucky to All Points North South and South west Between Louisville and Lexington S Through daily Cincin- hliil la EfTe t Mar IS lOWS train service between nati Middlesborough Kastbuaud Louis rills - Ky and Knozviile Tenn Col Milton Young owner of the famous McGrathtana Stock Farm and tl e and La wren na Points on R This begins noted Stallions Onondaga Hanover and others has bought of Misses Anna and eslale ii lulie Karra their farm of 290 acres on the lexinitoii pike midway between here and tl e above city and takes 1898 poasefsion March 1st He will Cincinnati piace wo or three of his best stallions Lv Covtngtnn Lve and a lot of brood mares here in the ive Kalmouth spring Col Young is the largest ownir Lve Cyntbiuua rr Purls and most progressive breeder of thor Ait Lexington Lve Paris Hi oughbred stock in the world rr Wlm liester B breeder can be attributed his Lve Winchester to cess at Arr Richmond keen forethousht and good judgment in Lve Richmond Berea The Lve Livingston bnvini bones and grazing land Xrr fast ai d consistant racing of Jessamine Lve Li illusion Lve London bred or es has convinced him that it is Arr loiliio Lve Iorhln our soil that gives the horses their Lve Barhrville and s amina and he wisely concluded Lve Pineville ive MliiitleBbh rr unid lap tohnv a Jessamine farm that he might tOtTTH-BOCNP Â¬ Â¬ LNR 1 Viet bound Lv Lexlneton Kt Versui r Lawrencf b irg I BJa 4 No a 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 v I -- -- i I- 1 e I I L Â¬ I 1 1 Â¬ 111 1 f respect-Washingt- on Â¬ 1 i m nun ie Â¬ solo richmond 1 - Â¬ 1 MI Â¬ Â¬ 1 11 1 UABLEBS nuiiitcic s I phy--icia- OINTMENT Grassland Farm- iiiSJ 2P M 1 3 FINE LIQUORS Â¬ 1 v ht Â¬ TO BE SOLD Â¬ NEW MILLINERY BARGAINS 8H0PPINGPUBLIC Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 703 l Â¬ IT n 8000 S and maln-trnck--- indi-i-ite- d Dress Goods MANSION HEATERS m Â¬ 1 3 TO 50 a -- Â¬ The greatest number of New folk Store Â¬ Â¬ -- HEATING STOVES Oisutis lotin Â¬ yje -- 111 Isaac P Shelby Lt M and the greatest variety we have ever had Prices range from 3 up to 50 All shap and sizes Many designs Plainest to the fetlj fanciest We can satisfy you in every resp Boarders Wanted or Shackelford a s Gentry rr i Riehmond Kv THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON D P ARMKK - BERGM Special to Climax CCKKlfePONDKNCB lOKs lUK Mr Gabriel Foley supports a new saddle and bridle and has gone on a visit to Garrard county The fading leaves on the trees of this knob render it a lonely sinbt at this season of the year Crawford visited Mr and Mrs YV their parents in Ks k Castle last week Mr Iee Maiiniu has been doing ef service for the leuiocrat8 herealxuts He is a worker II Ji II - - - Ejjitok rJ t Makagkr BT sas two Hog eandi si g PCBlIHHlrD EVCBr WEDNESDAY dates and two Washing the fifth a tie I exl and ViSkt VtVWM gaammaaw M 91 1 BBBaBH iBBaBBamaBBBBBV - Maaaai 1 A4Jk -- JJJ r bbbI 4kJL Th9 Climax Printing PKICK Â¬ Co PB YEAR NOV 150 CtKiM ft Nov o Kv has oeert elected pres- tflu Maii lioctoretl 1 Milton Youpcjr BaBBKBBaBSataBiBS Lv bbbbbI dati bbbpW WEWSKSDAY ident of toe Western Turf congr Rfiilurky fust OJta u- - ni inued Washmtd Nov 1 I he post office at Oivfon Morgan county Ky has been diaooatinw Washivu ion ounty Ky post en csiauhsnci at Slay ton 1 1 i vs l -- Tal Â¬ Nov A retrnsM own Ivr Oct 30 Hugh Mulhooand who was arrested at Win chester for obtaining money un ier false pretenses is wanted here on the Vener Inclrr ral Much plowing has lieen done here re of wheat will be sown Our people deeply sympathize with Mr lolin Johnson in the loss of his dwelling and contents by fire last week cently aud a large crop illtl H h f BaaaaBBBBBBl -- S V ecting same cha Georgetown merchants llmlli of an Old I WO from II iss Ahlie Maupins school will soon le exptcts to go the Atlanta She has made a most excel ilion lent teacher and has given entire satisfaction -- ammvamB W mm amam Laaw BBlBlBmBBBllBW 23 iBmFa Â¬ MHCi trmto IN DOUBT Squire Jeher C Oiass of White Sulphur this county died aired M vears He had been a member of the board of magistrates for twentv eiffht years Ky Oct M Â¬ Water for stock is so scarce that parties have to haul it from neigh Ixjrini ponds The buildingof the new colored church has not been commenced yet rltlH - It was BIrE IICK LoiisvniK Kv current on the streets Tuesday afterIroni Islington ami Louisville One of our m jst popular citizens Mr noon tnat the failure of Bamberger had the terribly uncm to the Cum i at oclock thii morning bloom Co is a bad one and that John Johnson the result as between Hardin and creditors will not realize more than M tortable misortune to lose his house and nil us couteuls with the exception iteMateiu donlit with the cents on th dollar Â¬ Ukrly a Hi I Ml ttt D T a B i indications against Hardin IVmocrats and Republicans both claim it hut the Republicans much wore san- - Sheriff Denton of this county failed to fini Joseph Anderson the murderer of Editor Kucker in Ontario as he had er pected to do For The Climax Failed to Find Anderson Foil mown Ky Oct 30 or two by fire night He live quite any neighlxjrs and the the mercy of the flames himself to light them i Tiik partial burning of the Cniversity qpmim was a great misfortune Â¬ last Wednesday a distance from building was at with no one but He and his w ite and several children escaped unhurt but without sufficient clothing to protect them from the night air He deserves a be l THE NEOKO OF THE SOUTH m Carolina V Constitutional Con The Negro of the Old South wag a vention defeated the Woman Suffrage character unique the Netro of the which is eipiiv- rUnm by to New South is almost character less He vil anic State is kiiwn as one led of the Flesh GfJltv lis- - ali the voters it i He is lazy and disposed tians Villi ii to think the white man owes him a livitNHstS Tlh NAMKS Most ing which he must get at night them are ignoiatit manv cannot read Time referred editoTill their names This is not due to any lack riali to the publication of a letter from of appiopnatiotis ipnii the sihool funds Mi issippi brother of of the several -- ates but to his own lack Hon C M lla lr but ut it Oreen of appreciation of an education and efSmith During the U A IL the forts to acquire it that Green Clav Smitli on Many of the Northern people would ed tien Nelson from the battlefield have us lelieve that the Negro is not Id liear in wholly bad but a residence in the South inn ml The Smith dix l always follow w ill convince any one that the reverse is i It was one nearer the truth the I Whats bred in the led Nelson another Ixme is horn in the tlesh is always true hi wrote tie letter and neither Ttie whites of the ante lelluni das are to blame lor the iHivirtuoiis thieving habits of the Negroes ol today It will A AMMiKi IMUMUY take generations of education and moral training to eradicate the two evils of It is proliahlv not generally known uiichastitx snd thievery The climate that pork packing lias ceased to be a ami the eas uuxie of getting a living Tlie packing half WOrk hunting fishing and stealing business in lxuisiile I red - have an Ihmjsc Lei promote idler A few negroes havesomething of th ir their intention not to kill any ess marks own This is the exception and not the gigantic business in lule if fewer of them went to the towns City titlier local firms who they would do much better They are Iness and who tx good to work and then a nigger likes have to lie with his kind MayheWO the one until Lett find it easier to purloin and escape de ate tlM tection in the towns Manv of the older negroes who were artin Co Hughes a ley A are now rescclaide people in and iiiiny ways if not in all I find Tncles o will be leiiieinberei as the and Aunlies and lllack Mammies dear to the whites in arfeeaa the pork packing busi away lrom tauiiiies they lived in ille to in in v eoria The Northern papers would have us ha believe the negroes in Dixie are a moch come to pass abaaed people Thev would have us it and thats the end submit to the untaught semi haihamus upon a time the ills went toSoatb negros thievings and rapes feed him in be slaughterei were driven idleness and aive him a place in our hen Lbej changed families and in our churches It the atid went to liuisvile and now have had to submit to i and had no party in terest to serve by their gas they would ciin and We six in change their views I think an old negro 1 talked with one THE MARKETS You and me dav was right He said I hlongs two ihtlrent kinds oh jieople tin ivnati Not 8 in de kitchen and if you axes me to eat FiCB sprri patent BIBeM spring with you I think fom aint much 3 10 Ji fncv ioin to keep on follerin Wa No fed track 88c No S the tool Yankees till dev is all spiled This prove- - lor it is a fair sample of the 9c ear track new No 3 ahit the people of color through sentiment ellow track hit asatfthe Booth that the negro s content Sc do railed track n Th os reliiiion without equalit No 3 white choice track Xe is only an enlightened and tm initiated sample vtlte tract All his African ancestors Habllt Sale Kitra No I spring track superstition Mc ever practiced of incantation and voiidoti BJSQajBi i ATT1E Fair to pood hip r ui is still believed Ueiigion serves him medium outch mori K JS s 00 only as a cloak under which he mav Fair to eood lltrht KTS Vea practice in ditlerent garb the same fa extra eC no common and large i I I Â¬ I -- and has the sympathy of the entire com- munitv A detective Hue was the cause Mr John World lost his son James bv sudden death last week from brain trouble Kev N Creekmore is much improved m health to the delight of his many friends Several ales of corn have been made at x a barrei Good milch cows are in demand The Anniversary of Pilot Knob Baptist Sunday school was well attended and the address of Mr Joseph Kaners and Rev N Cieekmore were highly enjoyed The singing was good and everything passed oil pleasantly ami by an uprising vote the school was asked to lie continued another year Mr Chas Carter has a new scarf pin which is very handsome Mr DM Allen is visiting relativ Brush Creek b uular meeting days at Pilot Knob Saturdav and Sunday preaching bv Kev N Creekmore The continued dry weather has kept the laruiers from handling tobacco to any great extent Another sad murder in our neighlxir hood Saturday night Jim Mullins killed by John Mi Hone through the influence of whiskv Hogs are not as plentiful as the farmers who are needing winter meat would like Cur losee -Â¬ PL06 The largest Piece of mATTi ffffsgLSiwAilj mmr mm gh n TEE LEADEE IS QUALITY QUANTITY AND LOW PEICES rgJfs X fifiS TALKS TO THE POINT WITHOUT ANY PARLEYING --- r i 1 10 CENTS the welcome address by L A Weaver who welcomed the visitors to all the grub thev could get and there was plenty of it and some to spare The response was delivered by Prof J I Clark The next thing on the program was jUBgmma Lessons best method of teaching introduced by Miss Maggie Tudor and was ablv discussed by Prof Sanders Stockton Wallace Weaver and Poage Mss Ruth Crow read a very interesting paper on the subject The subject of coniiiosition difficulties in teaching and remedies for them was next The subject was handled by Prof C H Pun ge in a very able and impressive manner It was alterwards discussed bv Plots Harris Weaver Ir Stewart and C II EVER SOLD FOR Good tobacco pf Scrofula Salt Rheum And All Other Blood Diseases How They May Be Cured Speaking simply from what Hoods Ssr e par ilia has done not only once or twice but in thousands of cases we can honestly say that it is the best remedy for all dis- Â¬ eases of the blood vv hatever the cause By its peculiar Combination Propor- Â¬ tion and Process it possesses positive medicinal merit Peculiar to Itself It has cured the most virulent cases of Scrofula and Salt Rheum even when all other prescriptions and medicines have failed to do any good Blood poisoning from whatever ori gin yields to its powerful cleansing puri- Â¬ fying vitalizing effect upon the blood If you desire further particulars write to us Remember that ai below want to say to the heads of families that if they ill want to SAVE MONEY in the purchase of their supplies for the winter they should GIVE US A CALL We make no promises M that we will not carry out Here is how we will save you money ies the pries spJ Of words we if72 Ginghams fordresse worth 10 in IiaLuIihI SlwetiiiT worth 20c nvjo t Jirovs n Sheeting worth 17 i 1 1 - r yard Best Indigo Blue Calicoes Mper yard Best Fancy Calieoei A Cotton Flannel at 5c per yard A 10c Cotton Flannel at 7J per yard A 12c biting Cloth at 8jc per yard - lc 7- Â¬ tt Poage Dr fstewart entertaiued the meeting with a very able an interestint paper on the mind and character showing them selves in the face Stewart is a careful and excellent writei on such subjects anil his talks un1 Hoods Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier prominently in t he public eye today Prepared only by C I Hood Co Lowell Mass U S A Sold by all druggists f 1 six for 5 Â¬ Ir inehes wide 25c per yard All Wool S rg All Wool Serges 42 inches wide We per yard Black Mohairs 38 inches wide 60c per yrd Black Mohair 40 inehes wide 65c per yard Handsome Novelty Drees Patterns at 15 per pattern Handsome Novelty Mohair Dress rattern a wn Handsome Novelty Mohair Drai Pattern at f7o JDTll ss per yard pt r yard 13c per ya rd Bleached Cotton yard wide 5e per yard Sa I land Cotton yard wide 6jc per yard All Wool Flannels 20c per yard per yard All Wool Red Flannel 1 Checked Cotton- - very good tor 5c per yard Fast Colors Turkey Red Tall- Dama k 25 per yard The biggest Towel on earth rrje a Bed Comforts a good one for 75e I A No 1 - GOODS 1 1 -- r yard All Wool Plaids for dresses or shirt waists ro All Wool Plaids for dresses m shirt waists 60e x r yard Novelty Dress Patterns in Mohairs up to 60 yard Novelty Mohairs ap to Black Brocaded Satin Dncbesa lor tkirts or fall salts at and 125 per yard M COTTOMU BO ieet -- I 1 I Mr Bee Short is still improving thongn very low yet Died Al Cottonburg Oct lltth Mr J 0 Keay son ol lexander Keay He hud lieen confined to his bed for some time with typhoid lever Funeral preach ed by Brother A J Pike on the 30th Pray tiod the only true comforter com fort the bereaved wife and little oy ami parents of the daoaaai There is a village goinu up just below Cottonburg They have named it Serf in sbort Mr el John Whit dersville takers Hotel but nothing to eat interesting tad appreciative The other subjects on the program were abiy dis cussed and all enjoyed the meeting very much Hunts 9illc IUUU THIS piiu They asaiat dijteation re the e afte- dinner HOW TO PREVENT CROUP HOME Â¬ Praia J I Clark The visitors were J B Harris Miss Mary Campbell Mis Berry Miss Marguerite White Miss Rub Crow and Dr Stewart and wife of Richmond II L Wallace and wife and has Miss Iettie Francis of Paint Lick Embry and HraG W Stockton Waco May the Madison County Assoiiation be an everlasting one with the teachers and may much good lie derived from it a to Hosiery and Underwear Ladies Misses Ladies Misses Ladies Ladies Fleeced Hose at 15c per pair Fleeced Hose at 15c per pair Wool Hose at 20c per pair Wool llse at 20c jht pair Fast Black Cotton Hose the he- t 25c hose sold 11 o e 25c a pair the best ever old ior the W money ever Id The best Ladies Vest for Childrens Vests and Drawers from 15c up Children- - Union Suits at 60 cents well worth 85c nion Suit- - 200 well worth 250 Ladies 1 RKUllNl TIMT m 1N T Will IllnVK IXTEB- - imim to toi iltlMI is a Hormaa now 11IK DUKASK ttt noYlKsVMIK ii -- The meeting conducted by Brother A J Tike and the pastor at iillead Church resulted ill B0 additions 4H by experience and baptism and ten by relation ind watch care Several from the Reformed Chur h united with the Baptists at this place The church was greatly revived Aavhody that hears Brother Iike preach once will want to hear him again He presents iods word in a manner that a child may understand it The churcli now has over three hundred members i 1M Ho I -- upper UTitoo butcher pood light Barker IMI 37 mmon and rough -- ij 3 It Htlr lND Lambs i ood to I sheep Extras K Extra 7S3J comm m 3 7 good Fine merino per lb S lag 11 11c medium de- r qua- la ne and cutnicg IV coarse It 13c medium fjataiM Waabed Fine merino X to waftiied 3 14c t l 8a common to fair 250a M medium I lr- delaine fle quarter blood and low U lie Wheat No 2 Tiir no i J Nov i red December GTc Mar 3 cash 31tC No Hc No 3 white 30sc inal Co 30c Not T on May corn op- a c last price the only mber 88S Baitimke Not t t and No ember BtO 66c steamer No 2 November J 54 mxed do era B2VNo uy te we tern J4a24V4c 2 44 No 4V narby 48a4sic iceipta fair PlTTSBrRwH Pa light market i steady at Nov JO Ml rari 4 s Beeeipts fair to dav and the demand I - steady atari OOd 42 t thin calves WurAT t 5 leal calves ti 00 Eao 6065 S heavy and 2 Lattbs N 2 red December mber Ntw Yore Not ftiiBsc uSc Decem May Â¬ There is natical nhvsical excitement more real influence or motive power in a current suerstition or tn old grave vard at night than in the entire Christian ic ligion so far as the general run of ne tre concerned buv if inv readers are familiar with meetings in Kentucky Well you ought to see ne here then go houn and laugh everx time you feel lnue 1 apeud siine sueis itious current amone the southern blacks It is dangerous to g near a grave yard at night for they think it is the tune when the spirits of the dead hover then and live i Iks will hae had iuck who It is bad to bury a corpse disturb them on Friday or to start plow ing or la gin any kind of work If a tabbit crosses a1 negros pith he will turn back for tha day or g milts around To find a black cat lying on your dixjr step a sign of death in the lannly The howling of I dog is another sure sign of death Ti rock a chair in which no one is sitting or to get up and leave it rocking is a sure sign of dire misfortune And soon adin finitum Ihack Mammies managed to imbue much i f this dark superstition into the white children entiusled to their care and there it remains FMucation trave and eomjiaiuonsiiip fail to efface it Away down in Hixie some of the old time negroes are still living hut they are fast passing away and their gone forever masters too wil soon A CltACKEB 2Sc ber J3i SSc t - Battle ft oice fjt coUii to fcsi llHjetawa tEX KOod XMi vea 3M Or Prices Cream Baking Powder Fair heavy ted calves warded Gold Medal Midwinter sn Francunv J la choice tM SK ed ptu kera tail t eood to pigs tS 70iX7j few choice 3 to extra lamb I j fair ECZEMA tS- - iirht 1 Nov X turn and neaTy light i iiree 1 Bi at Frtaeetoa 1 i iming heavier number L he second abock r naken fi -i Three rsdav t spent a fortune I Irvine to cure me of this disease Mot springs and was treated visited by the best medical men but was not benetitea When ail things J failed I determined to trv S S S and in four months was entirely cured The terrible bcrema was gone not a sign of it left my eeneralheaith built up aftd I have never had any return of tne disease I have since CHILDHOOD From earlv child hood until I was grown my family RD wm ritrntencl Many people ened here over toe e shock Thursday morning home especially were bmdly v 1 Mukes v S S S 10 a number of friends fur ikm dis- sews and nave never yet known a failure to utvj w iKWirv Irwm Pa Sever faili to cure even after all other isasaaaaaa aata Our Treaae on Blood and I Mad fikln ntaaaaaa rase to aaiy aaareaa recommended HHa i Messrs Hurst Bros traveling artists have their tent spread in our v illage now and are making some beautiful cards from the faces of the gallant beaux and fair damsels Mr and Mrs Joe Uoaaer of Woodford county Sient the past week with the oel hitters parents Mr ami Mrs Nat Thomp Â¬ son of this place of 750 Suits 10 8nits and 12 Suits Our line of 15 Suits llagms riiarmicv The best and largest toek we ever had See oor lines These we call our Rig 5 they lira W R Lanter of near here has i ZQ cant be heat Overcoats and ll- wad J4 Good advice Never leave horneona See our Hov- - Suits -it f auii n been quite sick but is improving at this j1 i4 o fb and 7 50 that are Boys Overcoats and I ters f3 nd 1 tijourney without a bottle of Chamberhat are world beaters at o ti ster writing r rum i c up to the verv best in the latest styles and the very lowest prices lains Colic Cholera and DJatTrloea eaters KiuovroN Mr F J Powdl lost a valuable rwrneai Ketnedy For sale by Hagans Iharm Mr James Tavlor of Red House and week from eating too acv horse one day last his sister spent several data wit much The wife of Mr Leonard Wells of Dr Perkins and other friends of this OnOct LJrd 1806 by Rev W F liist tliimtield Mass hs been suffering place during the meeting at lileil Wvatt of the M F Church South Miss from neura git for twodavs not being Miss Mary Cainplteil of Ialdwin and Iille M Thompson ami Mr Joaepfa Cos lhlt to fa 0 hardly able to keep still Mi James TuIor of this place atteuiled ser were married at the home of tbaWB4a ir HoldeB the meicliant there the Teachers Association at Kirksville brides fittier Mr Nat Thompson Bear wIlt her a bottle of Chamberlains Jain Satuiday Miss Mary will spend bandar this place and immediately left Eur Mor- all asked that he gie it a tiior-tonwith Mr and Mrs B irgin ille the home of the groom ough trial On meeting Mr Wells the Kne considerable damage at the T hades will OMe from this nevt day he was told licit she was till Mr home of is Ma ha a Perkins The tire place to Winchester immediately where right the pain hail lelt her within two started in some woolen goods iu the he will engage in the hotel business He hours and that the bottle at Pain liahn ijjjp stairway next to the kilchen and coiii desir- to rent his farm here M I was Worth fft if it could not b hcl for pletelv destroved twenty or more blankPOT sit at cents per bottle l et liesides many other things Hagans lluiima v Mr Newt Herndon has alsuit com- Â¬ waar dkio Ill KNKD Ttt DEATH pleted his new house l Todd has been out through tireen Mr Bobt Tudor has left his old hovel nancy Mecmws agei Mrs vears the coiintv solicitinnu funds with which anil moved to his new residence to build a new church at this place for uis burned to death at her home on Samuel Moberley Kmj has about got the Methodists He was verv su MillersCreek Wednesday ol last week his 400 acre farm uijder fence and the building will e under construc She was a daughter of old man James Mr Wm Darig of this place left Fri- tion in a short while part of the fiaine Townsend well known by most of ci He older citizens She was subject to fits day for Illinois wWk havitm already been put ti and while under the influence ot one fell Mr James Tudor has got his eye on leaves next week on another tour We are showing the very latest styles all bought in the last ten days Yu get the U t aad ne uc t Rev Sam Davidson of Illinois is the into the tire and her clot inu caught one ff Nixys lar heU A splendid value jacket in smooth or u7 rouaii a Is at 5 A black or blue beaver Market our pride at 850 Our leader in roueb or smooth oods at with the above result Beattyville En You want to see our Caisl The reason Sixy did not see mv pret guest of Mr Joel Todd and family I ape at So You want to Bee our Cape at 450 and von dont want to miss our Misses Jackets sa o Childrens SI was - at all prices I week lenefitted the terprise il t lotls A little lain last from - up tv girl was she was like not U IcW tie- ont fail to see our an ets and r ti in Gire our tarpet lepartuient a look I ice Curtains at l3b i AK S Utl s a air that are well uoith more uionev there If she had been I am sure Nixy fodder in our neighborhood verv much WANTKD would not have said I shot w ide of my and furnished some water for btx k aaaaaaaal aS mark Nixy also said every one was enSeveral trnstworthv gentlemen or la Mr Jas Hart will soon move hick into titled to his own think gos I will agree this neigh iiorhood with his family and dies to travel iu Kentucky for estab Jf with Nixy on this subject but every one thev will be welcome iihsed reliable booaB Salary C is not entitled to hisown sav sos and Steady position expenses and Mrs Kmbry a daughter of Klder John since the fairest of the dock Miss linden lnclose reference and seif aldr who has lieen eondaetiug lee has married I think Nixy and i nonun The envelope weeky ladies prayer meeting held- the stamped heTtlKk will be like wild geese when Omaha Third Floor for the year last Thursday eveni- ion Company M -r i mv k the leader is shot feast and keep ngrs Bldg Chi Ky Bill ipiiet r Y J- n St TTT The Mount Lebanon Shake vyv MIAt ITOV perectel an ingeiiius cure for KIKKsV II IK centlv Mr William Wilson will start to Cin I1 rdiai tonTheir Miss Bertha Burnsiles of Lancaster is Wr cinnati the 10th of this month where he il ready digested and a di- visiting her cousin Miss Allie Walker -- ill Ik discharged from the C 8 armv lappilv oiubund Miss Marguerite White of Kichmond ur Iorset at Srflie II i or wm w II Berea Mr K V Baker Sr The importance of this invention will 1 sp nt Saturdav m the village 150 P I Corsets at 17 and Weci he appreciated when we ic ilie what a t kson Corset The Waist- - tin- only Mrs Jno Park of Florida visited her proportion of the community are victims The debating so ie tl that p ti sold id Mrs C S Wilmore last week by ti- aunt e form of stomach tiouble T at the of September LadK 50 We have Mrs Aim Moore and MiI school house one mile south from lieu ajoda of paie thin people have little in that we have not uooted the prie ll inv ille and Mrs Kugenia Malcolm o is now assuming large proportions Mr liuation to eat and what they do ea nave not tin n come iu uiki see a Iowa visited Mr S P Ross last week - them Wm Wilson now presides over the pain and clisii will show- you that wt Moore and Malcolm are ave you mon dial iif the shakers it h all the diftiity of an expert Thi Itl Mr Robs derangenieut at Btl any stomach parliamentarian while the more juvenile 53 S Kev Wm Potter filial his regular ap members discuss such absorbing pies once It makes thin people plump For 14- Years i neiit at the Presbyterian ctrirt h t ions as which affords more inform St fW i j one will be greatly interested to 2 We have km o Minday T read the little S m for free I Fry went last week to Ohio ugh to make a chick ilacel in t with u view of finding a location aion en laugh Rev Ben Helm pr inlay night 5 was th Mr Fno ina but What is Iin mh at the brick chu Mr -- am Combs laa GROSGRAIN and SILK FINISH il i datable as z XI art Thurwlay night County 1 drenliThe bf ands nd Otir nam on aatfvmgj at this WFfi T arc CO 14 k 516 B oadwj B T S mber 2d 1885 The meeting was Reports The U drop Â¬ rough cold which is easily recognized and will not be forgotten bv one who baa heard it The time to act is when the child tirst becomes horae If Chamberlains Tough Remedy is freelj gven all tendency to rroopwill BOOO itapfMBV Kven alter the croupy cough has devel it will prevent the attack Then is no danger in giving this remedy for it cint ins nothing injurious F r sale by terror toyXMM mot1 ere and to p st tliem fMOeenBllfr tlie cause firbt symtilciii- - ami treittment is tbeobjtxtoi this item The origin of croup isa coaa uiun cold Children who arc suhjec to tune colli very easv and croup is almost sure The liist svinptoin is hoarse to follow by a peculitir ness this soon iolte Croup ffliiSjl BLANKETS 4 Â¬ t -- i i i iiiTi - Comforts al d rlank t at jO a anket at iroti Eider Down Comforts at 4 heater- oooL tire world The best value- - we ever offered t ilk A 5 li BLANKETS 225 A good blanket at 300 Eider Down Comforts at 550 A rood Blan- - Eider Down ffvJ ol CLOTHING -1 ttt l1t 1 ifr jtri H pni -- s- i 1 I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Our S500 Oar 750 Our 900 i rSJi Â¬ Wit - 3 SI f1 wmw Vf 1 i VMV V7 iiitiV - Ilrl JbbV3J v - wa--t- h tit Â¬ BBBBBBBBBkHli 1 Sj is - I 1 - ii iliA Zkmm Gilbert Linings - i i Tha Thursday aecc nda 1 SWIrTSftCieCWAilaatiBi show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others S Govt iiiSiSieWattat j ffaiS S THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY NOV ft LM Iix sl t Cattle KX last lUvville I ru rliouth was tAiiu i i n aa I The usual nutnlier tJightlr cattle watt a r gtlu r rli jiice owing to Pie gation wlio viewed ine of ieit Lnatevflte dele tVe li off from e as far as - Dr laiiiimai dav s Saaaav Rest Cottouburg lat J O Ry died II I i it in will icarh in week See letter nond Bin irdi on next li that tier- - in sn nettling Fifty - nine additions to Gileod Sunday at a m and 7 p in kind in st ttvvilie church Sec tottonhurv items- 1 1 One of made the remik that a train cf aid lie run to Btitrvvilte on the U X iheflrsH lay o Wo ic B I1 vemher IWXi We ar- - inch isJ t the of the Kitfiori yn Il w Ksaay the Star Talks The Kansas City Star reads oddlv enough owing to the similaritv of nane Martin is out of politics K Ilriwn is intetested ina new phone compin ke at the soldier- - Ie leui Topeka this sio Il A m butcher on the C onfrrvflsnuui Champ Clark at the Houm- Court to morrow night re Parrish 1 oa Angles Cal news the Climax for another year R L Mr and Mrs llaltlwin of Chicago are managing the telephone exiiauge Belle I ing dveing and pressing T lean i Utles to order upper lar the benefit o ading room netted about 6 t Jonas Wialil shippel two care of cat Jaaw tity Mondav over the L N II Iarks farm f Ienault Uught the Ship n WedneUv r acre Drier J V Harding reKrts tiir ad iliti ns and great interest at his tiarrurd county meeting John J t d lmriel last Wednesday tug contents ee Ithie Kick items i ly Samuel Kennedy of the Produce A lleii to Carlisle yesterday the death of his htother KI n Christian want the highe t price for all the lest turkeys that will Ik- - ottered for sale Will Barrettell known here editor Progressive at Central city whip- ornev Ward in a fist fight Mondav G e has hail the address of his Climax changed from Rihmondto rl street Ilaltitnore 8 I The Capital City Commercial Col asks lour attention sir announcement in this issue of liinax Brown the Topeka Kansas Commercial College and others in this issue With The telephone line to IterQa is pel Messrs Rradley and Sharkey mentioned idle talking with a Rerean we last week the Ci im is prepared to do iictiy hear him nibbing his all grades of work up to and including hand over his lieard Irof J Irvi Mi Itowell I Clarks horse B were stolen Monday lay on buggy night from I iiniuit and found at Mr Chilton Klridge Isth D P ot k Tiursla and Miss Mary came in and were married Armer to on the ver from eourt lay but it is i ot ki own at whom or what he had become Irne a le killed pi- - afeaaai White and Armstrong trae cling sil smeii for S Hume Co Creek wre in last week f t eral days Thev are the finest loking men on the road ioo1 but the weather mer Cla 1 crwl in n town on Mondav like sumamong the mer nephew of Collec of Warren countv tor I J m ounty - a - the sheriff of Jetler n for execution ot natricide at Bowling Orceu By due presem e of mind Miss hmith rdisKisel of an unruly lamp at the Henderson house Tuesdav night and averted a catastrophe niversit their pneumatic construction A N 1 C at team got lepai alii y ouisville Ui ame standing Landman the oculist and opti i in of 411 West Ninth at will be at the Willis on Saturday ltitl i si niciiuiono i lav Ir Iin- - una The row in the Kentu ky Bwrl of m uers of the Atlanta Eapoai tion has reaalled in deposing Mis Cantrill as Iresidetit of the d r M lirowu held an imjuest Sunday with J Maupu as foreman of the jurv on the Issly of Champ Mul lins near Big Hill and uiu the ver di t arrested the Me II ones and brought them to town and lxljred them in jail la HrauNd Two hundred and fifty furextra copiet of the Cum x of Oct th and fifv live h ere sold The cant do without it New lress Manager nw paint varnish calsoinine and other n lent CoraeKaa is re dressing the lop to in inside with lt agg to make an iuteii or Mr Coraeliax it an up to iff man i lark IW 4ej N iit The lctnrer aaaacarea night w - in trees with Gov Met near and that gentleman will introduce him Th je Picturesijue lu lie Men will be haadaad in a most entertairiiug wav A atteiidain e is expected hxati a- Ha H Ferseaii The Pautagraph announces several deatlis among 8gel people m Collins aged 74 near s alem Church Mrs Han nah Sallee ag laiwer Paint Ki k Mrs Klitli Treadaway age 4 near Kirksviile Mrs Sallie Ann Agee A Ieaia er Â¬ neartiilead Mais aaa Hars s Turley report fifteen niuies wild to Carithers a iVard Monday at prices ranging from S40 to SS They sold to Wilmore iarrett a pair of mules Smith fc for fJMt Tom White of Manchester boaajM a numVr ot mule colts at a head Jack Stewart bought for Jewell A Pat NicUolasville ten horses at low 1 prices His The RoU rtson Advance McDowells home paper says The dlrctors of the Kstill Countv Bank at Irvine have b ujht suit against the bondsmen of Joe McD well late cashier of the liank for 12000 which thev claim is the amount of his The case will come up at the Novembei term of the Kstill Circuit Court Aft M Wail Pies Larfcin Mullins diet at his bane on orchard street in Richmond on Monday afternoon aged proliably years bail been an invalid for some time was a native of Reek Gas He IIU nai iiveo in Ma ias fctrti year aDout ten l that time in kieh- mood He and Lis wife have had rreeD1 for a numlierof years though a carpent paired all er by trade He was a and a u Democrat and a eood oilmen Buried t 1 Uains 2 lil Frank Clay came home from To Beat 2 lsj Washington for a brief stay including Alcyone Jr eh h by Alcyone dam election day adv Garfield - Peter Duryea Mrs- K Muthwho has been visiting at New York City Hickok 215 Mr I Franks left vesterday fot Naah To Beat Double Team Pacing the tii News vlle Paris Record of 2 12 Miss Mayme Walters of Ijincaster is Miss Rita fell Hnwn Stair 10i and Josie B 213 visiting her cousin Miss Annie Meishon Peter Duryea New York en BarHeaoa Taylor of 1xington on Second street tKickoki 212 formerly of this countv is visiting his Mr John M Aherson tore himself daughter Mrs A T- Million on North To Beat 2401 away from Washington long enough to Belmont Boy b h by street Belmont dam Monday night while coining by Harold H s Reed Lexing- Â¬ down stairs he fell and was consilerallv be in Richmond election day Mr Iucien T Rice of I eington ahorfced ton Ky It is feare1 he may have coii Ryleyi 22 sjent Sunday with his friend Mr W K cassion of the brain To Beat 2 50 Nelson Silver Creek Miss Bowerman I in by Wilton Miss Fannie Dane of Smithtield Hen lliia tii rali Orchard Sfd dam Zelda by Wedgewood Mike The shingle man was in town auain rv eoanrv and Miss Rhine McDonald Bowerman Lexington Ky Monday li 7 odeek he had a hast dead and brother Alexander are wsiting Miss liowerman and twenty thousand shingles around the Mattie Shiffiet Wedding Bell b m by Jay Bird dam Mr D M Bright of Richmond pres Court House square He will have to lie bv Florida - Mike Bowerman sent to the Keeey Cure at Crab Orchard ident of the Three Forks Investment Co Bowerman 229 lor the shingle habit later Tii ste was here this week Beattyville Enter- Â¬ Briudissi br h by Stranger dam phenson is trying the Watts Remedy on prise Brooch by lay Could Mr Van him Cleve Cleveland O Brooch CurMr Carroll C Chenauult of this city will le married about Dec ry 2I10 to Miss To he Mated Mr Cyraaa br m by Cyclone dim by lane Ooodpaster of Ow initsville ItThe Silver Creek Debating Society has Chenault is of the firm of Chenanlf dt Victor Yon Bismarck Mike Bow reorganized for the winter The Punch a popular shoe house of thiscitv Bowerman USJ erman iljct is Who Was the lreater and a very prominent eon ig man Miss Queen Kuuenia b f 2 by Chatter Man Daniel Boone or Henry Clay Goodpaster is a daughter of Mrs Fannie ton dam by Young Jim Glen hie side will present the fact that Daniel Goodpaater and raa of the most popular lake FarmFaywo l Ky- - Redd 22M had I cigar naaaed for him The other young ladies in Bath county This weliuylonia gr in hv hen Wilkes will offset that hv mentioning that the ding will be a much talkel o society Boy dam by Harkaway Mike clay pipe is equally as worthy of considevent Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat Bowerman liowerman 228 eration Kiowa b in by Wilkesboy dam Kincora by Manibrino Patch an rhf Vote or th City Hall Precinct u Raff UMMl T C Anglin Lexington Ky 224 Thrown Out llecanse of Ihpulili Capt J II Myers who used to run King Red b C 2 by Red Wilkes can Ignorance here on the Kihmond Branch has sued dam Roan Fanny by Manibrino The law requires the clerk of election the L V N for HOjOOO damages Years King Hcvey 1 exington 0 his name across the hick of everv ago he suffered an accident while in the Ky McVeyj 230 ballot before iriving it to the voter A employ of the company which crippled To Beat 2 him for life He compromised his claim blank is provided for that purKse inline by Artilfor damages by accepting the position as diately under the facsimile of tbeCount v Flying Artillery be lery R B Metcalfe Lexington on luctor with a guarantee that he Clerk Ky Davis 23U Flection Clerk McSvvain failed to n should hold it as long as he was able to Â¬ doise the ballots in City Hail precinct in To Beat 22 discharge the duties Some time ago the company relieved him without apparent Richmond and the entire vote mat Frida b m p by Botirlton Wilkes thrown out last night The majority was dam bv WestwiKil J T Hedges be states and the suit is to en 17 Republican He lgesi 224 North Middeton Kv force the contract J P Willis went to the xlls in the To lVat 2 23 morning and said he wanted to read the Midi b f 2 p Klectioneer dam I 0 u ml living law to the ollicers R R Burnam ReNoontide by Harold Wm Simpana Mullens was found dving in publican judge of election told him son New York City lAndrewsi 119 Cowliel Hollow his uear home thev knew the lam and that Mr Willis Big of vicinity Hill Sunday morning with foor98 balls in his ImxIv couldget out which he did Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder It is simplv astounding that the Re and head John M Hone owns to the Worlds Fair Highest Award publican officers would sit there all day killing and claims that he did it ii and not discover the serious omission a defll e WAN IK I most important matter designed to preMi II one Muliei s was lit lag to cut sis vent fraud It is indeed wonderful that him with his knife several holes were some Republican voter did not detect the Several trustworthy gentlemen or cut in his coat- Mullens was shot some omission Democrats are not expected to ladies to in Kentucky travel time after midnight and died alsut 8 see such blnud rs when made by Repub for established reliable house oclok Sun lav morning leaves a wife licans in a Republican precinct Salary 780 aad expenses Steady posiand three ittle children nothing left for Republicans who cant run a tion Enclose The same reference and self address support Mel lone is in jail precinct election want to run thee unty el stamped envelope The Oominioii the State an the Naio i Well well Company Third Floor Omaha Bldg Kleiu willfr Chicago The marriage of Mr J irint Miller Single Sentences From Severe 1 and Mi s Carrie Klein will occur Wed States Make Taaraelf strons nesday Nov th at the residence of the llolmig who insure the livea of rer- - If von would resist pnnenionia hron brides father the Rev Ignaz Mullcr in- typlued fever and per istent cliti olliciatiif Owing to the recent dath sons and then iiiurieied Ihem for the siiiam e nioiiev an whose ooalions couiihs and colds These ills attack the t of rides mother tu aredding will rxteaded from Nea York to Texas has weak and run down svstem Thev can be ft ipiict oar nl the laiawilialn fain heen found guilty in Philadelphia 111 just Bad no luothoM where the blood is kept ilies of the bride and pooaa being pres lennctt and lnrnani carrv the town ent Mr and Mrs Miller will leave that one minute after the jury retired and pure lich and lull ot vitality the appe sentenced to be hanged tite food and digestion vigorous with Bennett and Balaam carrv the counts r an extended trip North At Cumininsville two robbers stole Hood1 Sartparilla the one true bool bv sea Kuisviiie Tii - Khis a daaghteref the senior an electric car but the motonnan who purifier Bennett carries the District by 800 memlier of the dry goods tiim of Klein had left the car a moinei t Ot another HiMds Pills cure liver ills constipa k sn this pace and Mr Miller is the car and irave pursuit an n his was the Twelve out of the twenty precincts in tion billiousness jaundice Sick headiiianagro the liisiuss in Richmond faster car the thieves abandoned theirs ache the county go Republican after a few milv run and took to the woodsAu Important Ofthc City Hall 11TKUAPY NOII- To properly fill its office and functions Kugciie Field of Cbieaao a poet ot White Hall it is important that the blood be pure rare merit died suddenly Monday Rudyard Kiplings new story which Waco When it is in such a condition the body After a remarkably long trial lhrrant The Ladies Home uirnal isabout tobe is almost certain to be healthy Kingston A com Â¬ wlio murderexl Blanche Lamoal 111 a gin is a romance of India Teally a strong plaint at this time is catarrh in some of church iu San Francis o baa been found love story an lias for its ttle William Bear Wallow its various forms A slight cold develops guilty aad sentenced a be haa the Conqueror Duncannon the disease in the head Droppings of Parties of Swedes and Genuaaa are corruption passing into the hngs bring looking for Bine Lick homes in the South as the reonly oermanent cure tor chronic The on consumption The oulv way to cure sult of a visit to the Atlanta Exposition catarrh is to thoroughly expel the poison Berea this disease is to purify the blood The After six months of preparation a from the system bv the faiihful and l most obstinate cases of catarrh yield to Burnam persistent nee of Ayers San apaiilla the medical powers of Hoods Sarsapa great bed was east ia Ciacianati on last Weineslav in the nla as if by ajftgir simplv because it boor and will cost short space of one This wonderful remedy pro has failed Tevis ftil w hen all other treatmeut lo000 Poo reaches the seat of the disease and by to relieve the sufferer The First National Bank at HcGl purifying and vitalizing the blood re New bv all have gone Republican moves the cause Not on v does Hoods Texas was robbed of 140060 last Wed- Look out for colds at that season Kei y Seven out of the eleven counties in the Sarsaparrilla do this but it gives renewed vigor to the whole system making it Chinas first indemnity payaMBt to yourself well and strong bv taking Congressional District have gone RepubHoods Sarsaparilla the great tonic and Me for Kx eRn to reign supreme Jaan was made through the bank of blood purilier lican England last Tbaraday t00OOJWO A Mad Artist in VariOBS WavK The Iniversity of Yiririnia was dam- y fire last The tramp shoe maker I hat stole Bar age to ihe amount Jackson ney Kel leys money and who week the library suffering severely EXPECTANT We Oner Yon a Rockcastle is now languishing in jail is not oulv a A daughter in law of Bishop Whipple REIEDV Which INSURES Safety Garrard good shoemaker k citizen of Yirginia was burned to death it or Lie 10 moth Â¬ MOTHERS er and Child erally but is something of an artist as urg Thursday by t ion of Lincoln well He has ft gasoline stove Boyle on the inside He has with chalk The mother of Yice President Ste I Jessamine -- ai gone Republican on the black wall a larjre cross with a son celebrated the KOth anniversary of human figure hanging ou it in im Latihe tail g with the bide count her birth 01 esday and is in re of Christ leing crucified Besides it it a markablv City Hall precinct r is a large round heater on which The increase ia the mun Reki CtofMMrtef lis Paw HsnwaiaU has drawn a bird caee with a haiut it the dudgtstedest blim past fiscal year was f60 and the sitting on its perch which nat Ml wite caett ftOTH Kits FBIKND he-blistedeet out vou ever hearnuv pay pei on- llrth of her llrst chllii she did aot ural as life He says the parrot wakes amount ne er irom kaxi n or pais was quickly next year Three out of the four counties in the up every morning On t hun iiour suffp ncc but e she bud no puuw afterword and her ell are hum ud slioen flower oof neoatoriAl Histict publi which Mr 1 - fliiM I The pleasant llnoi gentle action and Reach v ummmnf Mtnatwla plared the in effect of Syrnp of Iigs arhea in paat two night at the U hita Baan It need of a laxative and if the father oi is a faawl excellent troupe Their hand is mother he most osine or one of the finest in America yratiU ing re ut follow itsn c so that it is the fest family lemelv known anc Si haul Trusterfamily afaooM have a battle on At the school eletin v sterday three hand I niinedtientry lleafnivt Iauuul lie unil Thomas ampliell and Z T Rice All tea by local applicatioiisas they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear The e r It llrre is only one wav to cure Icafness and Many persons in Richmond and vicin that is bT constitutional r mehes Daaf- the cartlumke on last Tlmr wlav I causeil an intiamed condition moniiiiL and in a law lioiiss pictures on o the urn oils lining of the Kusi hian the wails moved slighth It was severest Tube When this tule gets inflamed isville where a few houses were you have a rumblimr sound of imperfect cracked hearing and when it is entirely tin- - lesiilt and unless the i ii Deafneaa Nurrirti ill Tr Craig an l Mim Sue Ranjrhn an and llamation can lie taken out and this tube restated to its normal condition hearing H Baugi in n and Miss Laaca io Mr niae cases oel Ban Carter alt rsi ling in Man ford were will be destroyed nearer married ly Klder Geo Goweai at the often are caused by catarrh which is Christian church in this city Wednesday nothing hut an intlmied condition of the evening aj five oclock ancaster Kc mucous sio We will give one hundred dollars for ortf any case of DeafiaBaa caused v catarrh Iriiilnl the aattatt that cannot he cured by Halls Catarrh 1 he UMAX printed tl allots Cure Send for circular free for vesterlays election in the county K CO Toledo CHENEY They were bound in twenty books one mas otii ly Iruggists for each voting precinct Also the hil- the Rere town election and the PERSONAL hi1I luniks f irthe school trustee election in Richmond Mr John W Kox is located at Dawaox Ga for the winter New Foreman Mr George W Evens returned from The Ci lM has secured the services Washington to be present at the election A M of Mr Rrowne of Lexington at Miss Georgia Moberlej has returned foreman Ileisan artist as evidenced by the advertisements Stationer M II from a visit to friends in Harrodsburg JlirttielE I Santa Ke W II smith went West yesterday lack Miller is thinking of getting marled from inju 11 Fool Demo The crate Have Mur Â¬ A warded Highest Honors Worlds Fair Ie55 than 10 dp -- DOR ANNUAL Fourth of Regular price THATS 1ADE THE CLOAK WILL TAKE PLACE WEDNESDAY to lik w CREAM CHOK Illl bi IKE Â¬ ried John White ries received in the wreck Iron Mountain to Kan his BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Fret from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant A mn cm FOR A 0PENING AND THURSDAY Ilicle Ionis Todd lias gone sKto visit his grandchildren w 11 WML WM LIMITED HUE rem ve from - I country home into the city at an early dav dered Themselves Â¬ 40 YEARS THE STANDARD -- The Worlds Fair Tests showed no baking ponder so pure or so great in leav- Â¬ ening power as the Royal ton Races The following horses made new records against Father Tune during the fall meeting of the K T II B A To IVat oO- OFlv ing Artillery b e by Artillery dam Myriad by Stranger BR Metcalfe Iexington Ky Davis fcStJ Â¬ I he The City of Rich moiid Has Gone louilry Blue The Gras it Wnil Wallace 4- f Ufv rtnitj Imr tmft nl K itirtv un it EittHat tmmm UvM i it Vaiul Cat I f fw NUV 0 INVITED C7 TO COME - ktiff hat k Io Kice i Strters Against Time at hexing i hmii Republican Count v Of dav lace Whut is the tro t popular hat of tlu i The Blue Gas8 Hat At Wal v Rice 1 1 1 To Beat 1 m Ashbv V dam B II Neale Rich- oond Ky Neale 2sk Winnie D bv Baron Wilkes and Algeria Queen by Algeria Wilkes to pole Andv Welch Hartat Bowerman fc32j ford Conn To Beat J JsX Miss Bowerman b 111 by Wilton Mike Boweraafta Bowerman 221 14 bv Tennis 6 f bv llylas - Madison Has Gone Republi can --The 29th Senatorial District Has Gone Republican The 8th Congres Â¬ Ion Ruhardo ToBeatM2 bh ipib d dam Lulu by Harold Spring Station Ky BatftftOUl A Dye sional WlCKIlFFtt Kv Oct iv 1895 ommercial Col ege Tc Capital City peka Kan as Ukmlimkn I am very much pleased with the text books need by vou in in KuiimonI Csjiaraoft Work- strjetionbv mail Your business forms S L Midkitl Proprietor 39- and paper- - are up to date nothing obsolete in jcur caching Your instructions D P Armer has just received some are verv explicit and plain Ion master solitaire diamonds that are extra tine and the science of Book keeping in this wa at home just as well and save the expense cheap 17 lu You s respectfully of lxard etc M F u son and painted at the ver loweal Ah work guaranteed to be a pices good as any in the Slate hauled OVE FOURTH OF REGULAR PRICE to a limited number of ersons s usoal we will show all the Litest Novelties in Fur and Cloth GarmentOur method of in trui tion bv nail is far die Misses and Cnildren ujerior to that of any othtr school This will tar rxcll any of oar previous Cloak Openings Our lines will Richmond Carki gk Works Hundred- - of testimonial- - of our patron- - than ever S L Midkitf Proprietor estih ins to the mens of our woikarr 39on fie in our office Our Mail Depart rot nt - under the personal supervision 01 If you want to be nobby and swell wear n able in tiucior under whose guidance the Blue Grass Hat Wallace Kice 14 the highest degree of competency may be atiameu o correspondence Kead what on of our Kentucky students sas Carriages wagons and b iggies overMy stock of carriages buggies X handsomest and most nt liati 111 thr country Give me a call is the -Â¬ aivertisk the icclleice of our method of instruction b correspond ence we will give a thorough cniinc ot instruction in Double and Single Entry Hook keepina by mail at LESS THAN I EVERYBODY 13 CORDIALLY for La he argcr DONT FAIL TO COME H Wfi - J STRENG wl aa v4 s meS A THE HEW STOBEI Dis- - trict Has Gone Re publican JOYFUL FEELING Pul particulars sent free by mention With the exhilarating sense of renewed ing this paper Addre s Health and strength and internal cleanliIlPITU IITT COHERflU ftLLFiE ness whkh follows the use Sirup ol 16 W 6th St Topeka Kansas Kit- - is unknown to the few who have no pn uressei beiond the oU time medicines and the cheap substitutes sometime- - offered but never accepted by the well in- Â¬ formed 1 THAT tudi I iip as mm Clothing DRY GOODS fc A new line of buggies carriages sur WHAT DID IT ries barouches and wagons jut rec ived They are dandies Come and see them Made of the best materia and guaran Price- - lowei than ever before teed Richmond Carrivop Works S L ot n llA liLQ IaoiL iriliing from Kingston to Bereft a lark bay hoise about IS hands high short mane and in poor condition having on a saddle ami bridle without reiaa Owaei can nave same by applying to the and ed proving property ami paving r harass 39- - Midkiff Proprietor Nov 4 I8S6 TOM DKKR1NG Berea Kv MQTO Ml AND SMEO Five Hundred Dem NEW STYLES ef IN ocrats Wanted VH m Fifteen Of fices Â¬ Thats What Did Â¬ Â¬ The Revenue Business Did It The - NEW NOVELS AGENCY FOR u I ii I u ii I ii y u IlllllifttliSlllltllliiJiar u u i L u NEW SHEET MUSIC Childrens Clothing and Ladies Wraps at -- a c I i ttl u i r BLLL THL LLXINGTON FLORIST FLLXNLR BROS FINE ENGRAVERS ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Call and ex- Â¬ amine our stoek before buying Everything new nd fra h OLD BRONSTON STAND 210 Main Sbreeb M H BRcDWN Mail Strttt opposite Hotel Ric imonj K v jlvndon HENRY KLEIN J G SON V 1 Postoffiee Business Did It To Sum rSSfrtiJSrrtiJSErtll fJSJrSfjdSlJ It Up f ta rHJ TLi MILLER Manager rglBraUBnasian rfJ rfc J T iJrSJlTSrSJ i h i j TJ s rrfcb rJ riJ TrJ STrJ Ti W5j fi STf ri x t xn Ij The Fool Democrats Did It pa raUapl ImUis EW GOODS BII NEW GOODS NO Â¬ Judge Chenault Is HOLDOVERS ifftii m SeSj Defeated Â¬ Judge Goodloe Defeated Is IH CLOTHING Â¬ Â¬ Zied 1 Â¬ OH HELL Me BEST SUIT Hi STrtJ ftLlES i IN TOWN BEST - 11 j Best Ulster in Town Overcoats Chasternilds Sack Long or Short As You May Want Them - - MACKIT0SH im SID w- He il mm Je rS ST Box and Cape Styles ALL PRICES I KtSUSt3aS ETiyr -- v uby Ty r k1 - r - -- - HK- - mm Sp il T-J MS JIVIUKiVlis ATTliiiSAMK PRHK lioa ami shKilv WHBN YOV TAX GET ill s- Â¬ and sW th rafZZaMaSST1 ul aBmaamaaBmaaaaaaraafaaaa Sl- - O K av te bet earth Motaers torn 1WE HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF 3H0E8i UK 1 llunTiirnni MU iltild - liSn j ou money d i - Your ml ir Uive 01 ilr tr - in ni i lag lei FRIEND v I C0VIMTG1 S MITCHELL life Mm 1 f slioea for sal alk It - i i - ii0 rraa katU s Kufaula Ala reus on receipt of VO can cv JaBL 21 MAIN STREET TAILORS MND CLOTHIERS RICHMOND KY rptiJ s To Moth- Ga BEUUMTQa Atlal Ttuerasp re 1 yet enlav SOLO BY ALI BKrjGOIBTB nJl ril jMMMWWm D P Armer Haa disposed of all his old stock of Jew elrv and lis now on hand a nice new clean assortment of Diamonds Wal Clocks Jewelry and all the latest novel tics in the jewelry line that he in offering at less than they can lie bought in any market Doat miss this chance gome liatvaitis in thefe lines All ask of yoi oeaadbe lonvinothat this is the place to get No one imhU at prion that von can afford to av - The Only One To Stand the Test Rev William Copp whose father was a physician for over fifty years in New Jersey and who himself spent many years preparing for the practice of medicine but subse quently entered the ministry of the I am glad M E Church writes to testify that I have V had analyzed all the sarsapahllaprepara- SlA tioiis known in the trade but Â¬ PREACHERS DREAM He Awoke THE MAIN STREET JEWELER f i A2S Ki V AYERS I REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS DONE ON SHORT NOTICE and warranted Old ajold and silver bouelit or taken in exchange for new is the only one of them tliat 1 could recommend as a c blood purifier I have riven away hundreds f bottlea of it as I consider it the safest a well AVm Corp as the best to be had Pastor M K Church Jackson Minn p al- Â¬ have Imlirella covers ma tc to slip on while you wait ii AYERS Sarsaparilla Manufactured THE OHTY WOKLDS FATE one dollar dollar two dollars that will and a half and into new uni n one will tacle of idss i in a solid gold frame that you will paf tie dollars for that we will sell you a fifty ivec cents warrant a lit We have a grid rilled any style with a So on ko THE F P only br ROBINSON CO lkiSTON When in doubt ask for Ayers Pills KENTUCKY Ttaw NEWS AH Latest New From loniiiitMiM ntlih Part of tb St OT FOUR TIMIS A Respectfully DPARMER The Blue Gra55 OF DUROC M - JERSEY WKKl - RED SWINE KROM THK BC8T HERDS ot this famous end id lot of pigs for sale from rerisCorrespondence s elicited Address 1lion guaranteed NCI R H BRONRUCH Crab Orchard gran m from t h i place lhaiiip Muliins was shot four times and instantly killed Saturday nio ru by John Mcllone and tne latter with his brother as accessory is now in jail here The killing1 took place in a lonely spot in the No other person than tne woods three named were present and much mystery surrounds the affair John Mcilone fives the following- account of the death of Muliins He says that he had been drinking and was sitting down viu n Muliins attacked him with a knife Mcllone drew his pistol and fired five siiots four of them takinir effect Mcllone then went to a neighbors house and reported the killing A knife was found in the hand of the murdered man whicii turned out to be the property of John Mcilone Will Mc ilone was suspected of complicity and was locked up also When Muliins wife was informed of the killing- she remarked that it was no more than she expected STRONG SUSPICION Â¬ Â¬ mond Ky Nov Uichmdsk Ky Bell Hollow U miles Killing at COTT I rll ITollow 4 Near Rich Â¬ At Cow Cioper chaplain of the Frankfort lives on the South Side a At nile from the prison buildings I0IS Sunday nirht he had been in bed Bl asleep for some time He 0 woke with a start got out of bed and said to us wife Henry Dhine is trying to es- Â¬ cape from the penitentiary I am goÂ¬ He refused to listen ing down there his wifes protest bat dre sed and lastened through the nigiit to the pen ite ri I iary At the gate he asked for a guard and He with him wtnt to the hospital left the guard at the Coor and he was the first to give the alarm of the es- Â¬ cape of Henry Dhine the horse thief and Scott Partin the murderer They nad left tne hospital unseen and scaled the wall between 10 oclock and 1030 oclock Dhine was a patient in the aospital and Partin was a nurse a five years Diiine was just finishir-jsentence for horse stealings and he new that the Tennessee authorities vere coming after him to make him finish up a nineteen years sentence in iiat state Partin bad served three years of an dght year term for manslaughter in Whiteley county The two had made had a duplicate key to the hospital waited till every one in the hospital lad gone to sleep They had been rone about a haf hour w tien Mr er discovered the escapeMr Cooper does not contribute his leculiar experience to any ravsterious IOW He had seen several suspieious ircumstances about Dhine and his eigned illness but thinks he didnt realize till he woke with his mind free of all other matters the aaspictoaa looks action etc of Dhine when he had last seen him A RABID DOG H Kith a Fright He Felt hat a Convict Was Escaping and Wan Right Kkankfokt Ky Oct ft Lev W at 51100 aod the citv i of 20 cents per the further rl diy for the board of each prisoner con fined in jiil an i 10 cents per meal for transient visit Fallu NO PAY For the Kentucky Miliiil to Be It anted for Itt iidii Fn a nipiuent of lnittruc liott in I nsp rt ion Tne court FaUUTKroUT Ky Nov 1 i 1 TRAVELERS Oov DELEGATES rot iHMiitentiary i t lailucah rendered a decsio Taurs Nov 2 The dry Kr the man 1 am is ca e of Cant s and cloth injtf firm of Lee Schwab J C Bryant and otien araiiist Gov Brothers made an assignment to S Browa The judgment of the Frank e un Fels The liabiitiesaii The iin ci uit court is amrnjd known The failure was due to busi brought by Capt Bryness depression and bad collections ant on b half of tie various milit ry The firm was twenty five years old and Secon i c imposing th considered very substantial Kte gu ird to com pel the governor to aiirove th ir acHrakrman Fatally Inj ired Daxviiik Kv Nov 2 P W Lay counts for services i attea ling the and in a Cincinn ni aoothero freight braiie encimnment of i man about 24 years of age and a resi- spection held here in th on th ground dent of Covington was fatally injured The governor refus at Morelan station Friday morning that atteaitaea 00 tie encmnmiit for which tne bv falling from a stock car attached tc was n his train statutes authorize p Padccah Â¬ Â¬ reg-m-- Â¬ 1 - He left here Friday morning for liar rodsburg his home He has canceled all hi- - engagements in ceutral Kentucky as advertised Hardin Convalescing Bowiixo Gkkkx Kv Nov 2 Gen Hardin is recovering from his ii olicetii n Held for Murder Ivy Nov L Thursday MoHMiiAii I Od Iionecr Head HoPKixsvilrK Ky Nov 2 J W Tatars one of the oldest pioneer citizens of this teetionof the state ii dead aged ST years Â¬ KFW POSTMASTERS 4 Ba - Kitea Two Children in Dayton Ky Ky flillllllllliilillUfll r c - j IT TICKLES YCU the INSTANT RELIEF roll GET mom LIGHTNING HOT DROPS Vg 0 Gooc Tastes Good Does Good every time Cuells No Reief Na Pay era at 25c and ECc Per Bctt e 7 z Qk m -- a j CURES HEALS BREAKS UP ramps Diarrhtra Flna Cholera Hires of Water ctc ris limises Scratches Bites of Srri cnts Bugs etc IaCnppe Influenza Throat etc JcL iKiuaacfcu SPRINGFIFLD O EVELDER HAS JUST RETURNED im- K ME WE NOW READY FROM NEW YORK Come one conic all land see the largest niii hi uortiirf an OF III line ot Boots Shoes DRY GOODS and Hats ever brought to Richmond AT S03 MRINE il- PRICES Our stock is now com plete in every depart ment Â¬ Â¬ will sell them at only a slight ad lalitiej and juantiiiei- - to suit t P sHaasM r We have all the latest styles and we have them at the right prices We promise to save every customer money who makes a purchase of us this fall Our goods were hough t before the great ad vance in leather and we can make you a Â¬ THINK OF A FINE SHOEA - 5 Our The Big Store AT YOUR HOME reach We have all the FOB DHLs Hr latest styles in stiff - at E V and soft Hats Dont buy a hat until you can see our Board lEGEbODPER of Tr eh and Blue Grass the latest in JB ttWRDlWKIEXi soft and stiff Hats Of CHICAGO We have a large line of Gloves 1 4 nr Jjh price that our com- Â¬ petitors can not Ky Get 2d A mad dog created considerable exeitemenl here Monday morning The caniue waa a iittle cur but possessed abnoi mal strength knocking over children and ictualiy dragging them aiong the ground The dog was seen at Walnut and Fairfield avenues and driven away by some boys It raced through the streets returning and making a vicious attack on Willie Wharton the son of Mr and Mrs Frank Wharton living at the corner of Gii more and Walnut avenue The bov was knocked down and the animal fastening its teeth in his riuht fore lrm dragged him a considerable disÂ¬ tance The dog was beaten and stoned until compelled to release his hold running to Fairfield avenue where it attackel Charlie Collins the son of Maurice C Collins Mrs Collins witnessed the attack on her son and ran to his rescue beating off the dog with a broom The dog was chased up Vine street was and after some maneuvering That Younc t rouch Had Soiu onnsctioo caught in a bag by his pursuers and Willi lii- Klltiicton MurdT LexiNton Ky Nov 4 Later de given to some boys who took it to the velopinni - in the Kilinj ton murder river and drowned it The Wharton case tend to throw a strong suspicion boy was severely injured his hand and year old son of Crouch as forearm being quite badly lacerated the perpetrator of the dead Several The Collins boy was bitten in the leg hours before the oody of E lington was but the skin was not broken discovered young- Crouch was seen in MAFMIED BY FORCE the vicinity with a shotgun on his WiMitm KtilKrls Convieted of Writing an shoulder Wnen the body was found Improni r Letter Tells a Startling story and the news circulated throughout Ky Lot Oct 20 W M the community young Crouch suddenly recently of Mobile Ala Roberts disappeared and can not be Located morning was convi ted Monday In Eiinrtons pocket ware found sev in the United States of court a loving character from eral letters of tenting obscene letters through the Miss Crouch and in one she entreated His him to be careful about eosaiag near mails wife crime consisted in attack Â¬ of Mobile by mail Rob the house as he might meet with her ing his erts says that he married his wife brother formerly Miss Russell by force He Row at a Foliiiral Voting says that her father Joseph K RusSmiths Ciovk Ky Nov 4 Satur- sell anil another min met him one day ight tne eemnerats held a rally midnight on the streets of Moat Um Shady Grove schoolhouse bile and presenting a pistol to which was interrupted by outsiders forced him to accom- Â¬ his head The confusion became so great that pany them to Mr Russells home Chairman Hail was compelled to ad Â¬ w here a preacher was in waiting and journ the meeting A fight ensued m the marriage ceremony was performed which Hail was shot in tne head He left her the next day and after se- Â¬ He may recover and badly baa tea curing a position in this city as a bookJohn M Harvey was fatally shot in keeper for a large factory he wrote John G Franklin was and made many charges against Mrs the bowels clubbed to unconsciousness and others Roberts were badly bruised P iid to Building an Iron Viaduct have een the cause of the attaek Lot isvuik KwOct 29 The South- Â¬ The orri ers have not been able as yet ern railway began Fridy to build an t ire any of tne men iron viaduct over a deep chasm on its line about one mile this side of Fisher I a Club mod a Gnn Atti iiiit ville 25 miles from Louisville The Li vv Nor 4 Win Burke iron structure will displace a wooden private polcemrin at Phceiix hotel trestle 1000 feet long and M feet high to cane John McNamce ou The new management proposes to Main street Sunday night When have the line first class so this goes to McNamee ran Bnrke fired at him with show a pistol but missed him Hurke was Col Open His Abdomen arrested and latter released on bail Vaxckiiio Ky Oct 2S Peck Ow- Â¬ McNamee has a long scalp wound ens and two prominent caused by the cane He is a young farmers Arnot Graves Lewisl at Ferris this county man Tne troulde arose over Burke in a quarrel Monday ecame putting him out of the hotel a few morning involved cutting Graves across O vens nights ulo the abdomen The intestines pro- Â¬ Miot by a JealuuH Husband truded but Graves took them in his GaaasnoarS Ky Nov 4 At noon own hands and walked to his home a Sunday on the pike near tow n Tom quarter of a ruhe away Clay shot and dangerously wounded A Vict 10 of rypboid Fever Ulysses Irant Clay claimed Grant MuxFoMiviiLE Ky Oct- - fa J J had been running after his wife and White is dead of typhoid fever He Sunday morning with a ahateaa met a- - the leading dry goods merchant him on the roau and emptied a load of f Hardyville and that section of this shot into his tide Believing he had ci cnty and was postmaster of his kilied him Ciay gave himself up and ton n He leaves a wife a married was lodged in jaiL lloth are col d inghter and two sons about grown ored Kentucky Man lusane in hattanooga 1 he Father rrefem 10 1roaectite W C hattaxooga Tenn Oct lhJUMToN Ky Nov 4 In the po Woodworth a cigarmaker from Bowl lice court at Georgetown Dr 3 B ing Green Ky was locked up on a Powell the Salem Va insurance man charge of lunacy The man is 32 years who some davs ago abducted from this of age became violent and the city city the lVyear old daughter of Tiios physician is of the opinion he s hopeMel lelland of this city was held to lessly insane circuit couit without bail Powell is The New Mine at Sebree wiiing to marry the girl but her Sebkfk Kv Oct 29 The shaft at father persists in his prosecution the new coal mine near here has been sunk to the vein of coal which is about niltT of nnvual Libel Bardsiowx Ky Nov 4 George five feet thick and the work of mining W shield was found guilty of crim- Â¬ in earnest will begin in a very few inal libel upon Internal Revenue Co- da llector Johnson and was fined Louisville Ky Oct 29 The Cothe provision being that if the amount be lumbia Trust Co assignee of BamCo began Monday not paid it shall be worked out at hard berger Bloom labor Shields was returned to jaiL morning the work of invoicing the He will make application for a new stock of the firm and straightening np the books triad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Daytox billed and ing fourth class postmasters have been commissioned Anglin Carter county W B Reiiwin vice J G Mobly re- Â¬ signed Bernard Mason county Case vice G F Curtis resigned Gish on Muhlenberg county E V Snort Jvie- - I Glenthore Gish resigned Warren county F G Cox vice W llarvieland Mercerea resigned Franklin county J S Agnes vice W S Pein resigned Isonville Elliott county G W Bailey vice A M Pen aingtjn resigned Kelsey Caldwell ounty S R Cassidy vice J T Wolf resigned Mahon Marshall count- - M N R Warren resignK Warren vice ed Pebworth Lee county S H ilan resigned iy vice J C Sinallwood Powder Mills Hart county S L Jag gers vice G W lark resigned TunF J McMil nel Hill Har iin county cn vice C A Keller resigned Â¬ Â¬ of litem Appointed for Kentucky Iost tlliiica Wasiiixiton Oct 31 The follow Â¬ 1 jury returned an indictment aainst T A Day f harles Day John Frye and Floyd Waddell the four po tor the willful liceinei of M murder of James Sturgil Sturjril was ting kdled lcre on Apri irrest The case wis laid over to the next trni o the circuit court and they were released on a bond of 82000 ach tite oard of li mil sued for Damtee Vamkiji i Nov 1 Ky Iir E Johnson of C um this county was in the city in consultation with law relative to begiaaia a suit for dan e hoard of health ages ami d refused to grant him The s license to practice though he alleges he h is been a practitioner for tnirty- - tha gran t delegates to represent Kentucky at the ingress to be commercial tr held at At antu November 13 Fran L scott John Sinnott W R Weaks C W Sniliman L ft Dubois Paducah ii M Wall Maysville A C Terry W J Abram John S 1ope Louisville R V McEery Frankfort W V H BagiJhard I W Bernheim G Munn John M Gorley J W Price W J Baird Frank Brown Wm Oierbaeke- - t Kohihippsnd Lewis R Atwood Louis ville T ok the Money Box Lohisviiik Ky Oct 10 -- James J Fiench a trusted emp oye of thi steel and L uisville Consolidated wire works bus neptrted from the his iritr tikirg it The father o employers meney young French is the assistant post master at Mi mnh s Tenn and the family is said to be a very respectable one lren hit is charged took the money box to his boarding place and there oroke it open Â¬ Kentucky Lit ia Kxpoiiiion ML Gov Oct Fraxkf ii Ky Brown appointed the following list ol Brown tl e tppiun t li rIn Poor Health lay g avwww PROFESSIONAL COLUMN TT02TBTS J ASULLIVAN ATTORNEY AT LAW Richmond Orc co6 Maia Street up staias - 4 B HO- i means so much more than vou lmaeine serious and fatal diseases result lrom trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures greatest grit health ATT0RSEY AT LAW Richmond - Kaa Office No 13 First street i V li SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW KI I S Mm s s III T7lVs I I J If you are feeling out of orts weak ex and general hausted hae no appetite Richmond Office n ana cant uotk besia at onretalc- e ift3 CJIidn Hultlif 1 M Scad occupied by each of the warehouse It is understood that the map is being made at tae instance of Cincinnati pirties The engineer enga red on the map refuset to say who employed him five yers to do the work Kain hollowed the O I ike finally Brine Suit Tne most sesunt k Kr Nov Lkxinto Ky Oct 30 Capt J H vere eartnquake ever felt in this terriMyers late conductor on the Louisville tory ooearrad at li It began with a d Nashville railroad has brought suit shock which seemed as if wrenching against the road for 510000 damages tne houses from their foundations Ffteen yer rs ago Myers was knocKed The unJulations continue i north and from a trail and crippled for life He south for fully a minute with a swing brought su t but compromised by ac- Â¬ Rain followed like motion cepting a life situation on the road Sad Imalltiea in a lamilr ile lost his place recently hence the 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- Lor bViiiB Ky Oct 30 An assist ant city engineer is at present engaged in making out a map of tne tobacco district on Man street with a inscription of the lots and bulla lags Â¬ Tibeo Diatrtcl Heine Mapped Jrnn Bitters v Dyspepsia Neuralgia most relia- - iv li Â¬ medicinewhnhis Browns Iron Bit ters A few bot tles cure benefit comes from the very first dt se it Wtnt t stain jrcttr J Uetk and jficaaM la Uke J Â¬ ATroMirmn Richmond Office at uv- law Kks C - its eery oa Second street - It Cures Kidney and Liver SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW K Richmond Will practice in ail the Courts Troubles Bad Blood Constipation Malaria Nervous ailments tr AH others a Womens complaints Gtt nnly the SUSSSS f ir BROVT has crossed red V STEPHEN D IAKUISH ATTORNEY AT Richmond LAW Vuvj j 1 I Beautitul CO urlds M0 ki CHV BALCJIORE D H MYERS Patents Caveats Trade Marl Report as to pateatabi Charge Unsurpassed fa Bclore applying for a patent writ se PHTSICLtUTS Proprietor of SERIOUSLY tien ILL Wednesday morning at Morgantown He arrived at Morgantown Tuesday night at 12 oclock from Glasgow where he apoke Tuesday night lie hail an appointment to speak at Mor gantown Wednesday but being very sick he left for this citv at an early hour Wedne day morning by stage but was taken violently ill while en route and was forced to stop at Rich ardsTille Physicians were at once sent for friin this city and ttiev say that the general is in a very serious condition He arrived here Wednesday night and was at once taken to the home of Mr Cnarles Lewis a relative of Mr llar lin It is impossible to hear how the eneral is resting at present His ad ment is the result of chills Â¬ Hardin Stricken After Making a aeaajaJca speech at Giaagow Bowiim iiKiN Ky Oct 31 Gen P Wat Hardin was taken dangerous ill head of Williamstown Ky who came here several weeks ago for treatment for cancer died Thursday morning at Risers boarding house this city Moreheads wife is dying at Williams town with ti phoid fever Grocer and Oruem Aaitrn Mr J Law tKNcntKO Ky Nov M Wilson grocer and druggist at Sal visa ten miles south of here has made an assignment for the benefit of his His creditors to Mr II M McAfee liabilities are about 1400 and assets estimated at sK0 1 Paris Ky Nov 1 Chares More suit WasHIXgion Oct 30 The following p nsious hare been issued to Kentuek Orig nal Isaac Oaks Corbin lans Whiteley county Increase William ReNaiiy Colst intine Breckinridge issue Jos Scott Mt Sterling Montgomery Christian Bruny Covington William W Johnson Louisville John Original W idows West LouLviile etc Susan A Simmons Louisville Â¬ Â¬ Konlucky Pensioners The Kentucky Planing Mills WHO DH JOHN Richmond M FOSTER Telephone at office and roideace KS1IK KM HKTAI1 DKMEII IN Rsngh and Daoaa Hssm W Iimk in Kri A I Lumer Laths KVAN8 Richmond - W 2 i M - L i K rclired from the pra for 1 New Police Lexington Ky Oct 30 Tha office LEXixfiTo of the pol ce commission was crowded Buxaa KfooLasntsa Banxoua uaaaf SPECIALTY 11 street The earth- Â¬ quake which shooii the country Thurs- Â¬ day morning at Hi oclock was felt distinctly in this city and all over Kentucky but so far as is known there was no material damage and no one was seriously liurt Nov 1 Kentuck LouiSVitiK Ky O livered Hardin in No Dautrer Bowiixo Gikkx Ky Nov 1 Reports se it out Wednesday night as to Gen Hardins condition were highly II- was able to be up sensational Thursday and only had a moderate chill He resumed speaking Thursday Â¬ Tuesday with applicants for positions TOBACGCO on the polic5 force This rush was oc- Â¬ by the passage of an ordicasioned Main Street nance Moaday nightauthorizlngan in- Â¬ crease in force of five men No than 300 applications have been received Jailed on snprion Danviiik Ky Oct 30 Henry Big gins who lias served a term in the Kentucky p nitentiary for a diamond HAND SEWED robbery wail jailed uesday on the bePROCESS lief that he committed the Cincinnati Southern ticket office robbery several weeks ago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOGSHEADS DR T J TAYLOR PratHitionerm Km 15 monk Ky JUfe - 2j Richmond Store ReMdence n I - Ke 1000000 People Wear Office om Second Street hird Mreet orer Yeagei IWlDonglasSlioes sasaVcr DU II R GIBSON sy Si BEST IN THE WORLD PHYSICIAN AND 81 MGI Richmiinl Era Office in the Joe to over Wh 500 300 night at Franklin FIRE IN COVINGTON Old Senior Tobacco Warehouse I estroyed at 3ao lhiirsiiv Mornitt Covixiiiox Ky Oct 31 The old senior tobacco warehouse in this city on Greenup street between Front and Second streets caught tire about 130 oclock Thursday morning ing was totally destroyed know n An alarm Tne build Losi not Â¬ Â¬ x was turned in from 34 at Fourth and Walnut streets Cincinnati and the tire department in A moment later that citv responded tne out lap Was given and it was ii iscovered by the Cincinnati firemeu tnat the blaze was across the river The Senior tooaeco warehouse is First Bala in Tiiree Months The LMtNtuu iai Kv Nov bacubone of the drought was broken here Thursday morning by a good ram falling tiie first in three months It comes in time to save the wheat recently sown Arresteil on suspicion K Nov John Yhswiiks Bawkiaa from Garrard county was arrested here We inesday Two booKs of Souibern railway tioo- - un stamped and a pistol were found on his person He claims he found tie 1 1 Â¬ Tha citys suit against the Henderson bridge Co lor delinquent taxes for tne past four years and amounting to 179530 was decided in tie circuit court Monday in favor of the tity The defendant apHfxdkkson Â¬ k an AppeaL Kv Oct 3o pealed Beaufc rt Kniu ites llolmettKv Oct 3- 0- Lord Darn ley Beaufort s case was continued until Thursd iv at the request of the 4oo 350 250 225 ForMen MTetr - V w ir 250 200 1T5 I CHAS BOOKER FETEJUSAMY 8UMG1 inuhmtt Ontario Vetennary v - Dcitistry and Steriht r- - asstkw ami Ft Iorisviiin Â¬ prorsecution Beaufort has not em ploved an attorney and says that like Holmes he i going to defend himself Win W pair aiOO ts S3 OO i nuihs W I- - MSBlavsir - lucl lairIr SI M Y3 from DSL A Richmond Street 11 S1KWAK1 AND SUJtGEOX K- - FaWYSWIAN - Titu liosabstuut 011 sole Wa luuicla RichmcEd Ky tickets oecupc by Ita ie t Co At 4 a m Thurstay the tire was still uncon now On Trial for Murder Viksauii s Ky Oct 31 trolled The trial of George Montgomery charged with the killing of Archioald Ryley his brother-in-laat Troy this county Sundav May 2 began Wednesday in the circuit court Five hours were consumed in getting a jury nearly 100 men beingexamiued Three witnesses for commonwealth William Maker Louis Gwya and William Hoover testified Wednesday afternoon John Monti ornery who took part in tae shooting will have a separate trial The Montgomervs shot Kyley be lie betrayed their sister Ryley afterward married her and then departed w Â¬ Fgand the daughter of Mr and Mrs li K Foster while playing at her home in this county Thursday morning fell into a tub of scalding water and was scalded to death struck by the ait and Killed SjwtTi Ky Nov 1 Lee S Taafe a young democrat of Warsaw who came to this place as one of a commit tee to escort Senator Blackburn to Warsaw was strucK by the cars and Â¬ Child s aided to Death BtssKiivir k Ky Nov 1 morning while John Q Miller was ing a mule i became frightened an i him from the laddie his striking a same fracturing his skull and resulting in death Ilied Altera sprrr IlAKTsrou Ky Oct 30 Ponehno died qo W n -- ii His skull Fractured lo Kv Oct 90 4- - Office - 115 Main treet over r clothing store Re Covii g Tti - KENTUCKY RICHMOND KY CO DR O A KENNEDY RtlYsl IAS AND 8UMGEON Richmond stairs - WATT3 REMEDY N 304 Ran Main Street up Office in Smith Building F Positive Cure FOR DEiTTAL STTEGEET about yeais Although talented he was unfortunate and his death was the end of a protracted spree His funeral took place here Tuesday WELBY W BURGIN Richmond Street Liquor Morphine xiit Â¬ letihioitn for Kentuckia Wasiiixctox let 31 The following pensions have been issued Original Miakerag this quake Thursday morning There was county aged B0 caught tire Tuesdav a steady rain falling Thursday which morning in some unknown manner breaks the drought of months and was fatal iy burned before assist- Â¬ ance could reach her Turfman hiles Paralysed Several Chimneys w recked Llxinotox Ky Nov 1 Capt Al maan Chiles the well known turfKy Nov 1 There was man was stricken with paralysis some a Babdweil fearful shaking of the earth here days ago and is in a serioas condition Thursday n orning A number of at his home in this city nmneys we e wrecked Â¬ Broken at Bardatown Baeidsiowx Ky Nov 1 Thiscoun ty had two distinct shocks of earthDrought Cauiyik Ky beth Camplell Fatal Bninine at shakera Oct 30 Ky Mrs Eliza- Â¬ of Cocaine Tobacco Habits CURES GUARANTEED For lull particulars address T II 25 B DENTIST - Raan No a6 5 I over Chenaults grocery DR A WILKES SMITH DKSTAL 8UBGMONt Â¬ STEPHENSON Miinatrr Richmond Office Smith building Main M to iienti try Street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jeremiah Walker Marsh Creek Whit- Â¬ ley countv Additional Geo Parker North Fork Mason Thos W Fiusley Covington Renewal and Increase Alexander Suerrer laducad Increase John Carpenter Sandford Fleraing Geo W Watkins Lebanon Marion Harvey Powell Mason Grant Original Widows etc Apsey Gambrel Flat Lick Knox Altha Jane Hicks Owensboro shot HI Brother-in-LaCovixorox Ky Oct 31 Geo Gero-w-- a y a laborer gave himself up at the Covington police headquarters Wednes- Â¬ He stated that he shot day afternoon Wm Harteberk a his brother-in-lasalooni st five miles out on the Lexing ton pike back of Covington lien 1 wav does not know how badly Harte berk is hurt The trouble was over a family affair Â¬ Â¬ COAL NEW GOODS I InU I E Practce limited j C it tV MORGAN kiCHMOND YATES Ken i DENTIST- - Ci Dealers In BEATTYVILLE AND SOUTHERN KY GOALS Bank Officb Main Street over Madison N J L HARRIS Richmond - M - D I I S Kfmuk Office Office on Irvine street OPPOSITE THEt CoJhn building Main m 1 to 4 p m to Crown and bridge work a special u street hour Â¬ S- day morning at the home of her She was iter Mrs Mar llrimes a sister of Mrs Noah Moore and M rs Noppie Patterson and was one of the wealthiest ladies in the connty Wealthy Lady Dead Ky Nov 4 Mrv Bettie Hedges aged 70 die i in this city Sun Paris Lexinuton Bush 208 Page Fall Catalogue Hustrated and filled from nd with best selections ks will be sent application Handkerchiefs Hosiery Suspenders Underwear Neck Wear Collar and Cuffs Shirt Jewelry Shoe Polish and found hanging to a limb near his house Ue nad married his own cousin and his neighbors did not approve of the Ttjion Vt ui Newton Lane liilleted Ilanued Himself to a Limb Ky Nov 4 Alexander a farmer of Clav countv was Vihsuii - s Ky n Nov 4 Indict- - meut- Lane for the murder a ugh and his son of H James Kodeubaugh Sunday Vrtnur Gardner of Chicago rode a nile flying paeed at Fountain Ferry in 145 1J one second under the Class B rd Mlnera Ug Increaaed AsiilA vo Ky Nor 4 TUc miners by in e Lexington and Car - returned against Friday he was found in Crouchs orchard depd having been shot in tae face and head with a charge of bird shot No one is suspected Â¬ And Low Prices Our buyer bus rrtiirned from the EsMtcra markets after a prolonged slay in seared of the best values for the least money ami feels satisfied that never before has there been such a well assort- Â¬ ed Stock of goods brought to this market honir it for cash and to be sold for the smallest profits ever known in the history of the drv trade Space will not permit us to enumerate Let us aay that we have all the leading staples in Blankets Flannels Hoaierr Gloves Corsets 4c for ladies misses and children also Gentlemens Neck A Uloric n Rain and Underwear Gfokoftowx Ky Nov 2 The long continued drought was broken hereby Our leaders for this eissn will be our Capts and Jackets for la a good rain It was not sufficient to diis and misses in far and cloth all styles ami all dors and for affect the water courses materially money tbau ever before Our novelty Dress Hastings Velvets and but was of incalculable benefit in Trimmings demand your special attention Tl ey are new Btvbsb many ways Some farmers have been handsome and chi tip hauling water for their stock and for domestic purposes Wheat that was Table Linens Napkins aud Towels in endless varieties sown six or eight weeks has not yet SPECIAL To cash purchasers we will gives handsome clock shown itself above ground Kentucky Inventor - a premium when the purchases amount to or over Examine V AsniMiTox Found Dead in a Orchard Oct 31 Patents have the clock t they are durable ornamented and warranted to keep cor- Â¬ Mt Stkkiixu Ky Nov 2 Tiiree been granted to the following Ken weeks ago Dock Alington in an al- tuckians Gustavo L Hevman Car rect time tercation with W A Crouch shot and isle goods exhibitor Wilford li Hols seriously wounded him and then fled claw assiguur B F Avery Sons the country Thursday he was seeD Louisville sulky plow James C Prew going toward Crouchs residence and ut Winchester meat smoking appara Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ru88KIlv iie Ky Oct 31 A stable belonging to Mrs Jane Rhea was de- Â¬ stroyed by fire early Wednesday morning this making six fires all stables in the city within a week It is the work of a gang of firebugs Several extra night patrolmen will be put on the force and if the incendiaries are caught they will be severely dealt with A Man to Fight a Catamount Vavokbiro Ky Oct 31 Capt John Hhnmate superintendent of the an- Â¬ imal department of the Sells circus John Cox and Dr Conner have it is said arranged for a fight between a man and a catamount Snumate says he will put monev on the man The catamount is on hand and the tight will lake place within two weeks The Work or Fire Baits OEAblNG New Opera House b c WH pons AGENT Lowest price guaranteed on application and will compete with any coal in the market j la Its Yon MMRJ T Make As- - Ul R PLAN- SIRE ABSOLUTE SAFETY OF INVESTMENT MONE Y OPERATION - Mi LlfE 162000000 20000000 0 OF new and original method1- - Hast workings ot plan and highest references fum Our booklet -- Points and Hints how to mike money and other information sent GILMOXE ft C Open Board of Trade Bldg Chicaeo Ill ic jS salary to and more made daily by our new svmtematic plan of operation on small in nis liom 10 upwards All we ak is for vou to investigate our Make your money earn ou a monthly Assets Surplus AH Fonts Policies Wri IS- - ms MIV Bl - a- 2- - Wmkouse and I Coal Yard CHEAP Â¬ Â¬ tus Gnstave car coupii A Shelton Russellville White Gibson i COAL Secretary Carlisle Kde a Fast Mile LoiisvniK Ky Nov 4 lolden W Blacking Childrens School Shoes a specialty Give us a call and FREE When sending for paper it mention this nd k far hi Priiaieh convinced that we have the latest styles and lowest b cent increase v 4 have in been tame Home to Vote Deputy rreneyQ P Tucker le in tnis city and will on pric Wallace te Bask Sleek For Sale aal H 2 A happy was appropriate society circles Friday nignt when M Hiram French Boweo ible wife celebrated their fiftieth anniversary of their marriage The affair took place at the home or his 11 H Loweii special agent of tne United Mates revenue service Klg loa in the School Nov 2 The board of education adopted the following resolution The schools are opened every morning by the U achers reaii ins from the the rep the are to be made by the s on the selec- read at an Ky eddinc elehrated Nov event Covixorox Ky Oct 31 Secretary Carlisle arrived in this city Weduesday morning ami registered as an elector as the county clerks office lie posi Â¬ tively refused to be intervi was driven away in Con Ber- uggy immediately after register- Â¬ ing in company with Berrys Natoralliaa Near 1 aria Ky PABIS Kv Oct 31 W H Cla near Paris strucK a strong How of natural gas at a depth of loo feet while boring an artesian Boue ht a L 1 Kelater Madison Monumental Works MAVI privately the warehouse and coal jaul it ar she K C H now occupied S Cre- K nniilv This is the best ci tor si I osl valuable tl e k nd in Knhmond propert of The warehouse is new but will he iepai t t at once Possession ijiven January i 1806 I H ULAN TON Apply to will renf t When vou csn jret s belter article tor the I sm offering the BET sine money in the market st the same price jrou woua have 10 psv to other dealers lor chesp coal 7 Chancel L Hotiee ACTlKtU AMi DEaLKR IN -- Eudys Pile Suppository anteeil to cure Piles am Constipa- Â¬ tion or mooes reminded o cents per bort Send Uvo stamps for circular and Frte Ssmpie to Martin Pviidt Ret HisrtnscUt Larcaster Pa Kor sale h red a here and in Ben -- Foreiga - and - Amerie GRANITE - BibLrble Office and ard corner M in sod B strerts only one square bom the Court i3 I 11 EU AND m 7m - Tombs Tabikts Ih FIN JOST IN QUAMTITY BEST IN QOAUIT W liole lmn JMLr llig of fi ifBB H ML VaSc WOES Ydtir lii- A SPECIALTY V A WORMS WHITES JMr W i 11F Worl jj aatab-- VERIVIIFUCE Has led all WORM Semodles lEVEY BOnii WSAtUiTEED SOLD MX ALL L FOR 20 YEAR3 u I lrHlKMniIi fwasarst lT