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VOLUME IX IMPRESSIVE Tbe GLITTER r of Ii 1 ft V iar post ofiices found in nties Smooth Creek Millstone Paper aic bouse Battcrhard and bolOBsan They believe in long t up that way and one poor child under the cognomen of RobÂ¬ ert S Samuel T Nelson B Benjamin P nester In Knott county tit one family which lies ten met thus Stick Bu eh Bant Lardup Buck DoL Sal Let Pol and Do em Leslie county Bog Cutshin and pest the last named is on creek which is said to have been named by early settlers who en countered many tribulations while ex jiloiing this locality and named the creek accordingly Pike county e next with Bass Beatrice Bet Canada Lookout Paw Paw and Praise tost offices Kliott has Backbone tiniiet Mink Urdinary and VSyettpost i Â¬ RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY i i Â¬ Â¬ WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 131895 Highest of all in Leaven ng Power Latest I Report m NUMBEK 23 SOUTHERN Mt tlv lpomltie r gets Wa ture the th lit in diplo- - sioa of t -- ii lc- - KNOWLEDGE Briny comfort and improvement and MMll enjoyment when y uaoa The many who live bet- r than there and enjoy life more with tare by more promptly the worlds best pruthii of p ysicai being will attest to hi a th of the pure liquid principles embraced ia the Srraav of Fijrs is due to its presenting m in t acceptable and pleas- the refreshing and truly - of Louse to i tary of at tion of a bite one of the Many of t tip all n point is that of an old lady who died re-Â¬ cently in the Haute Gat rone having Hwed iijiosod to woman of modern times and all her life was s tent p fully in a hamlet in this district The closing decade of her life she was fed on g few years of her existence her body be Â¬ came attenuated to an extraoriinarv degTee and her skin came to resemble parchment The French centenarians are aa a - -rule of t lass of society and extremely poor VERY Member o their lives sawed oT his antlers and his martial spirit seems to be knocked out of him forever BEES AS LETTER CARRIERS Trained by Affrlcu tcrits to Act tie lart of Carrier Fijeon An apiculturist has commenced train- Â¬ US Got Le55 than price CsaaV RAILWAY In Kentucky FRUGAL PEERS t fence wluic hey may sion ceived and properly attended to by the After the reception the entire oifran iip aad puta out on foot for the home of the secretary of Aa they peas fiom tin- - whl grounds in their inpton and worth ooaUng nail s e The lowliest at Uiehe in the crowd Will give cards and spades to the showily dressed drum major in the country and will win out They hu geld lace and bullion si all over them while thealgret epaulets coid and ribboaa of on would stock a linery store Such is the effect of this in of beauty and nior on the great American crowd gathered without the gi tti man in it utters at some time while the procession is Â¬ a peifett lax- - leansing t idaehes and I K rminently curing constipation f action to millior with the approval of the m it acts on the Kid livtr and IJowi Is without w ik ii and it is erfectly free from sabstaace rup of Fij tties bul it i tared by the Califoi Syrup every ilso the name feyrup of e we informed you will not substitute if offered v i u-- t- HEU FIRST AlITAKAXCK MBV AvDERsox UK the lite of the adneatureaofChimmie - fii occurSTORY in ID N llR -- TME lKBn IXD CllliINi Kokhow iVltti Wl HeK - STRANGE OF CRIME IumB Muru Trnrwrt stao t y v Ander- - memoirs which will be iaiillu il in the I a Journal the ojkii - in the rVrea and enter of the tiias and hardship I Mhated in following out her eoovirtioa that the stage pro MKirtuniv vlie saattsi ber Ky on Syurdav iber 27 1875 upon which r- fr ward i t jtl unn The llllluiBSMIU two days notice girl - i the juliilant ad a st k company iitioii that she par Her happiness how of tin- - evcni nit ii t ticiiii pathos That day that ber that apf the muaj mat K - m antici cloud bony over Komeaad to me thee that 1 weuM never r that lie wo il u k to ie One of the most reaoerkabte stories comes from of th1 A lac two chil ing in herow n both youi from Ramnagar ton plai ntcr efc of t The r v as an old servant 0 family and a s ti wortliy 1or the lad not think it necessary to leave her elry behind her At it of the road the trust worthy servant stopped and ordered his l She did so her gewg not unnaturally and then the man pro ceeded to hind Iter preparatory to killing- her At her request he agreed to kill the Infants after he had d their njother He lifted the a to blow bat the head Hew off peered in the brushwood some j away By this time the lady was un conscious Vlin she came to she found her hus- Â¬ band leaning oer her aid undoingaheV inga He explained that be had felt a dread as of some impending ca lamity and so had followed her In the thicket the trustworthy servant was found dead his lody already blue putrid and bloated lie had lieen stunc by a Khagi snake whose bite paralyzes the victim on the instant and decom Â¬ poses him in an hour I I i llutin Servant Ihe Kn dti Tcrraee Do Not Squindr Their Wealth WJIen ly There is no one in the English peerage who has the reputation of driving a closer bargain and g a keener eye to tin main chance than the di Westminster aeja the Brooklyn Citizen The young duke of Bedford who runs his grace of Westminster eery close in the point of weal guished himself the other day in the London police court by the animosity which he displayed in prosecuting the poor itinerant venders of fruits ami veg Â¬ etables who had attempted to dl of their wares in the neighborhood of Oovent Garden market which belongs to him and is one of his principal sources of revenue He claimed by hawking their wares on the order line of the market they interfered with those who rented stalls therein from him And now we have Lord Rol the richest jieer in the west of England and possessed of tin mines in Cornwall which alone yield him over year getting the best of a brother peer the popular earl of Ilardwicke by fore cfosuig a mortgage which had hitherto been considered a friendly Bjrreei Of course Lord Bobarts is within hia strict legal rights but byhisaltog unexpected foreclosure he has to acquire Wiinpole hall the ana ion and country seat of the earl of Kardw icke as well as the large estate in connection therewith for one third of the value at which it was officially appraised three or four years ago Â¬ 1 Â¬ offices A THE FOREST PEST note Hone Fly That Lie In Walt Mossy Dell In lo the Veterinary Record gives some in teresting details of Indian forest tcs which after all are not so very awhile Â¬ Miss Hleanor Ormerod in a letter ing bees for letter carrying pur After a few preliminary trials he he took a hive of them to the house of a friend four m it After some days when the bees had become familiar with their now surroundings some of them were liberated in a room where they soon settled on a plate of honey which had been specially pre paied for them While they were busy eating it their trainer placed on their backs the tiniestof dispatches fastened with the thinnest of thread and so ar- Â¬ ranged them as to leave the head and wings absolutely free They were then thrown into the air and soon arrived at their home with the letters on their backs The writing was magnified and quite legible Here then says the London Telegraph is an opening for a new industry In time of war bees would have the advantage over pigeons of invisibility and might go througJi the enemys lines with impunity Ivv i Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE BATHS Paralyte Throagh Ooe Fourth SHORTEST ROUTE Between Louisville and Lexington ofReular THAT Sehnle In Effe t Mar Ho 1 1 1885 No S THE BT ACE THE CJRED a rf BY SUN Happy Recovery of a HAS SAVED MANY LIVES heating i the horrible pests of the same name The Publir Arreted which frequent the woods of southern Herr Waltersdorf the German man Â¬ England and most distinctly make life not worth living to the poor horses ager and actor one Sunday in the winwhom they select as victims Miss Or- ter left the Stadt theater and drove to merod says that some horsec aredriven his little playhouse Auf deli Hansen The play announced mud by the presence of a single fly and outside the town on the bills was Kabale and Liebc in driving along not unfrequcnt ly start kicking most violently frequently run- The audience consisted of one solitary person Nevertheless Waltersdorf in ning away with the carriage eie This has reference to the Indian sisted on beginning the play to the chaspecimen but we read that the Kngish grin of his company who expected M inged demon has a large curved claw that the empty playhouse meant a with a saw like edge beneath It With holiday for the actors They tool the grooves down the lower part of the Ride Wildest liberty with the text a id of the claw so that each groove i ins to scarcely a word reached the audience the notch beTween each tooth the claws Thereupon the solitary audience stood when laid side by side forming a most up and demanded that the plrty tumid be duly rendered according to the play- Â¬ ow ful grasping instrument Real bill Arrest the public said thegl im izing however faintly v hat sutferti ager to a policeman who lurked be- can iiifliet on their pre surelv no one will hesitate to get down hind one of the pillars The oflier I rreat at once to search for and if found pull aeiaed the audience saying vou for disturbing the course ot a pub Â¬ off the forest fly when a horse becoiri s The whole p nly irritable and fractious while lic entertainment then marched off to the watch driven through couutry lane- oi house and the play came tonnend Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - dii Wonderful Record in Death Made by a Sea Cnpl iln MONEY THAT Confederate Hill IS TO BURN Â¬ COTTON I FROM FIR WOOD iiemlnl Prorms ly Which a Stronr fueful SulmtltuH- - U Made lite which tic tiio i I hen my in in ries many tadow happy hin abo our chil evidently did n t - I writes that or ber Then on the stage conscious tit wa yellow Itjcbt before rue use The irst of proioi am e il her de- the players youthful star Borneo neglected g bit ihanser and had to Juliet m ber dispatch with a ha the lamp that iinng in Jij Cell and badly banted her hands irma Ilesfata of these tie nijrht was a since and I career had begun in MEDICAL MAN NEBS Artificial cotton says a Paris journal rcsrmi les he natuia j oiuct i that both arc formed of eelulos near ly pure and as nature has piepared cotton by means of tbi element of the air and soil forming the celulose in fine fibers by means of secret forces and of- Â¬ fering it in the state of wool to Iv trans formed into what is required oi it so the chemist in his laboratory taki natural cellulose of the tree aid sep erates it from the substances with which it is comljined transforming it into threads by means of suitableappienccs For this purpose fir wood is employed this leing submitted to a series of mechanical and chemical operations ynd the threads are drawn out afterward being rolled on bobbins the material when manufactured resembles oidi nary cotton though having a slight de feet which can be easily corrected that is it is a little less solid than On the other hand natural cotton however the new substance is worked and voen easily it can be dyed as readily as natural cotton and when passed through a weak solution of and certain other reagents it will take every shade of artificial color can le dressed and printed or iust as are the tissuesof natural cotton Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pasteur CanfalsfM Once when Pasteur was dining with A very gratifying tendency has marked his daughter and her family at her ciopnient 01 the medical eresea home in Burgundy be took care to dip ia the last generation The slough in a glass of water the cherries that were served for dessert and then to the formal dres- itnnermms k - i iniiity have been thrown wipe them carefully with his napkin them in his mouth Rib the physician by his own choice liefore putting amused the people at fastidiousness ag judged more by his actual at- table but the scientist rebuked them rancee ntsthau by e for their levity and discoursed at length I years aeo a baid bead a white on the dangers in microbes and ani and a long froek coat were as much macuiae A few minutes later in a fit if a physicia as his of abstraction he suddenly seized the in which he had washed the cher- Â¬ it is Now on ma an elderly ries andHrank the water microbes and all at a single draught man of real ability and modern in bis a patient Is of practice The erman Canary Trade l igh tiie fear that lie any It is not at all generally known that W Germany carries on a very large trad reset of the times further from the old tradiriwa than a in the rearing and exporting of cana ite largtrstestablish lounging ahool in an in the world for the breeding of the hell or diatin shirt and blue ires is situatted within the do- Yet1 playing polo em ire away up among amusement- - are simplv a s of Prussia From ii the tensions study ne of the let the 1nited stieirrucdi j ure learning while in the serrn - is by their merits is tlie fact go to Britain and e ad vert u about driven to the wall deapra LOQUACioUS OLD AGE siii e hat can Doe Much Talk Imloce J ons lAtf lm- n terestin I A B In France a census of ce and ihW ho U THE urs of age say are o til 66 At a meeting of the i Managers Kentuefc Mrs V An tompimenM of the Smoking Cooni They ct in deep thought for half aft hour after the lunch Finally one oi them could stand it no longer fi THE ELEPHANT KNOWS tool a cigar from his pocket and lighted He Di play Ileranrkuble Intelligence In it with the remark Sorry I havent BTattrs eTBda HI got another cip ar lust what I Much interest has been taken lately should have said to you in five minutes in performing elephants It is certainmore replied the other also lakfngotrl ly interesting to see such huge clumsy a cigar if yoj hadnt got the start of animals ride bicycles or play seesaw me with apparent enjoyment In the wild MUSHRAT FRENCH elephants display remarkable inTtiey Live Near Detroit and Keprcent a telligence Sir Samuel Baker Fait Century delightful lKoks on Ceylon should le Out in the region of the St Clair flats lead by every boy who liles tales of ud Detroit lives a peculiar tribe re says that iu spite of the great known in general as the mushrnt it of the elephant and the fact that they live in countries where human French Nowhere else in the United there a community such as life and the lives of domestic animals this in language and customs Despite are frequently lost in marshes no ele phant was ever found stuck in the mud the fact that their ancestors have lived Tor a century and a half says the Even the youngest know enough to avoid such places In view of the many New York Bun they speak English that is barely intelligible to the average citi- Â¬ stories toid in his books of the sagacity of these animals the following from an zen while their French it is said is to-Â¬ in tally beyond the ken of a Parisian old paperdoesBOt seem improbable one respect the arc particularly nota- A train of artillery going toBeringape that is in their ability as story tarn had to cross the shingly bed of a The Detroiters understand river A man who was sitting on a gun tellers and the mushrat French know carriage foil iu another second the it so that as raconteurs they arc not at wheel would have passed over his body An elephant walking by the side of their best before them but letthemget hold of a guileless easterner and tliey the carriage saw the danger and instantly without any order from his w ill fill him full of the most marvelous of hunting and fish ing ad ventures beeper lifted the wheel from the that ever came from the mouth of man ground leaving the fallen man uninAs a means of earning money they jured hunt and fish selling their prey to the markets Their own staple food arWITH THE ORDER COMPLIED ticle is the muskrat called mushrat i abound out there hence their He Forwarded an Rye to lie Exaniiieil name mushrat Franca Against all for tolor IJliaii It is reported that a short time ago ridicule they will maintain that no bird or fish is more delicate sus Â¬ en order was isued on one of the lines of the Pennsylvania company for all taining and healthful than this animal Take cent fat said oue of them to a section men to come to the office on a and have their eyes exam- New Yorker who spent part of hisva- M I iala da t on the flats take cem fat otoff says the ined The following da3 up with airb herbs an speeee a number of men iiurgh Iisatch put eetr on fire an roas red and passed the examination cfore the man who had charge of nn sh what will you He is pairfect the tests left the office a mesesnger boy Y ou shall not tell eem from duck came hurrying in -- ith a small package lilman of New York come ere to eat We give eem mushrat cook neatly tied up and addresed to the ee Ah heaven The latter opened it and comine il fait lie say inspector have I eat such a irprised to find a glassf ye wrapped Ah He thought it was a duck that duck in tissue paper and aho an old ioned silver walch The contents of the mushrat package proved a puzzle to the inspect IN DEADLY COMTAT or until he unfolded a hastily Â¬ Wapiti and the Red Deer la Central scribbled note which on being deciphMEit a Duel ered was found to read as follows r was proclaimed in Central park Dear Sir The day Oye insector c ere the red d aune I pot w ord to Tiie befor spoiling for a light It is a way they cum down and hare me ise ooke at this season of t lie year says the for culur blindness as ye call it New York and in I 45 ties and ten rails to put dow i ia fought with many a duel to tie sand cut as jcrt wake no seconds standing by and with no inick Coolly wei e la ye to wit n or other ap that wuz holded over Danny Doherty he valor dispkt to spare me my hands war too short For the past few days the wapiti and Twas lucky that the rite oy st of the red deer bucks have first in my head was put out with a lie barbed blow of a pik and me glas I tes them Then w a perfect figger of the eye that r and put out is sent to yi U for th raa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Which boy has saved the greatest n u in Imt of human Ihes fronidt o was asked of Tit Bits by a correspon dent iter apt Bans Boxrud commander of the Bed Star steamship Bwitzci trading between Philadelphia and nt werp is believed to hold the worlds record in this reapeet as while quite young he saved the lives of 83 jrsons rescued fromninesinkingships pioig the boys who lately received rewards from the Boyal Humane society for sav Â¬ ing life was V E Irving aged 13 yea j a who at a great risk saved the life of a little fellow at Aldermoor bear Co-Â¬ ventry on April 11 This is th second life saved by Irving who was the re- Â¬ cipient cf a sher medal in December last Another boy Alfred ioodw in 1 saved a boy of 11 in the Acton waters near Wormwood Serubbs and Fred B Cooper a little fellow of 1 1 years of age who has only the use of one hand ceeded on February 2S last in rescuing another boy who had fallen through the ice in the recreation ground which rims by the side of the Trent A few years ago the Boyal numane society awarded u slver medal to Frank Linos years of age who saved the life of a boy ten years of age who rell through the ice in the Broadwater Brocket park Hatfield i Bsad Largely In Makins EftWfltvto IJajwl CarlMMH Did you ever know what has become of the greater part of the confederate paper money with which this country Hooded some years back a local business man who had just re from a trip to the Atlanta px n Well neither did I No until struck Atlanta a few weeks ago In that town I found an old man who makes a business of quietly gathering in all the confederate bank notes he can You know the stuff was issued find by the ton during the war and there is any quantity of it still floating around When the old man gets a big bundle of the paper he sends it to Edison the inventor who pays a good price for it Kclison uses it to make carbon for in The paper upon candescent lamps which the confederate notes were en graved was made of the palp of sea This branch of the paper mak ing industry has since become a dead art says the Philadelphia Beeord Sea grass taper when chemically treated by Edison has lveen found to make the best sort of carbon for inenn and so there is always a demand for the confederate bills 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ an f rK int ttu Yures Trudy Ati- - of Mr Wapiti but the Then mind ii j Snydergot n Cot lit Chance CAPiTU fin C01IKRC1U f UW In all banks there is usually an ac- ONE OF NATURES PHENOMENA cumulation of coins and with them a a ac MOOU S KlHS 1 16 W 6th St Topeka Kansas Cincinnati O banker turned a unique A Bores Semt Annnal Visitation at Ch klanj ChinaBRR NI on a sharper a few days since A trick JJ Twice a year at each equinox the stranger rushed into the bank saying famous tides of the Tsien Tang river Change this five dollar bill quick I Time Table N In Ef want to catch the train The banker that flows from the torders of KiangM IIP AS STRAY Fuhkien and Chiekiarg to Jiang Chow feet May 12 1895 looked at the bill a moment hesitated bay attain their greatest height and then walled bacl and returned In 1ST CLASS 2ND CLASS a bore of sometimes over 40 feet in EAST BOUND the sharper rive counterfeit do No 9 IW Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sue On FrHay Nov 1st on the pike lead Â¬ The sharper looked at them a moment height sweeps irresistibly up its shal ing troni Kingston to Ierea a ilark bay a sickly smile played over his face he low aid funnel shaped estuary often horse about 15 hands high short mane Versailles 8 55 to 27 Vear Cexirton Ky winked and hurried out of the bank producing tremendous havoc to the Vicholasville 10 ia and in poor condition ha II M ildle It is needless to say the bill was counter- surroi ndiug country heme its name Valley View 11 32 10 55 and bridle without reins Owner can Million mom yd ike from The amount expend Â¬ 11 ao i 45 feit tiave same by applying to the undersign- Â¬ rm ed in successive centuries on its emRichmond 13 02 ed proving property an piving charges 3P bankments Union It is seen at its best at 12 14 12 50 I efferat private sale for Nov 4 TOM DKKKINO short Moberly 12 17 1 00 Hang Chow the prefectural city not Berea Kv 12 JO HOW HE FELLED A TREE 45 time ihi mairniticent arm the Brassfieid far from its mouth Twelve or It minPanoia 12 35 2 OO Irvme I OO 3 03 Scorned to Labor with II U Hands When utes before it is visible a dull distant homesteal of the iate Maj Tboe Brain Work Would Count rear is heard momentarily swelling H Shelby lather of t lie umler--ijrne- i No No a Nc BRIDGEFORDS The man in the country has not the until he wall of muddy water tall as tested nine miles from WEST BOUNDEx SunEx Sui Ex Sun Ex S push of the man in the city but he the bulwarks of the biggest liner as Lexington near the Richmond FM knows more about necessity as a labor overwhelming as a glacier sweeps RANGE Irvine 5 saving machine than the city man An into sight round the bend a mile away Turn ike and bordered by the Panda 40 45 ordinary Chicagoan fell into this line Not a boat is to be seen on the lately Walnut Hill pike and ihe Jacks Brasstield SEE THEM Moberly1 56 of thought the other day as he was re- crowded river all are hauled up on to Creek pike and containing about Union 59 EXAMINE THEM Richmond 2 40 turning to the city on a railroad train the huge embankment and moored fore Million 6 57 PI RCHASK TffgI An accident detained the train out in and alt with a dozen rattan cables for Ac es cf Unsur- Â¬ Valley View 3o 6 Nicholasville the woods The Chicago man says the none but ocean going steamers could 35 passed Land ver aiiles 7 4 Chronicle of that city had t iate to stay stem the current aud even they would FM of whiv h altont 400 acres in Vir and he roamed about in the leaves In need skillful navigation doing so his attention was attractt Tl As the ogre nears the roar becomes tiin Blue irs8 mainly covered Trains between Louisville and Versailles daily to a man and a horse The horse was deafening as a storm at sea drowning wiili Fine and Valuable Timber Truas between Cincinnati hai nessed to one end of a long rope the escited shouts of the thousands d uiv in Abundant and never AH trains connect with S uthern stip Railway u The animal was led out the length of who line the walls until finally it foams 1 and fron Louisville and with the C N O the rope The man walked back to a past ia turbid majesty hurrying to ply of wi ter from natural pnarcea to and fro n incinnati ve hours in Louisville about si tree The other end of the rope was w ard he heart of China The celestials well drlrihtttrd and rendering ia IexincJ n am tied around his waist He climbed the have tried to deal with it in every way his the best watered farm in return to kirhmond at 830 p m For thr uh rate- aad iler information ap tree until he reached the topmost human and superhuman Kentucky Excellently fenced lav ticket ient or address branch Then he untied the end of the ind -- ehiividtd Iltnds mdy and rope from his waist and made it secure A NOVELISTS BLUNDER inti illv improved a ith on a limb Then be descended Forgot He Had Killed OS a Character took off his coat spat upou his hands Had to Iteso it ite Him k Commoiious 2 1 2 Story laid hold of an ax handle in the usual A great master of the art of throwing way and began chopping at the tree Brick Metal Roofed BLUE GRASS After he had made quite a gash he off stories by daily installments was chucked to the horse at the far end of Ponson du TerrafL When he was at hortttt and Quickest Roule truni v the height of his vogue he kept three the rope The man resumed chopping Kentucky to AM Points North Sot h and succeeding every half dozen chops running at the same time in different Through dai y and South west papers His fertile imagination was and suitable hints outbuildings SOLO IN he started up the horse At each start train service between Cincin never at a loss but his memory fre- Â¬ cistern efe Fine orchards and of the horse the top of the tree and nati MirtIoHorot1 VÂ¬ RICHMOND the trunk as well inclined by degrees quently was lie was apt to forget to- gardens Soil strong rich well and Knoxville Tenn to the horse By the time the man had day what he did with a hero or heroine cared for produces 1500 to 2000 and Points on RR cut half into the tree with the horse y esteixlay To help his memory says a pounds r f Tobacco per acre and still pulling on the rope the tree broke Paris letter to the Boston Transcript S kxlslf ia EfMt Janf HO l9f where the cutting had been made and he at first noted down briefly in copy oilier crops in proportion books what happened to his men and Will sell as a whole or divided a fell The man had saved himself half No No 5 Dallj Daily SOUTH BOUND the usual labor The Chicago matt w omen but tinding that often he could 373 acres with the improvements Daily tap Well Ill be darned grunted he not read his own writing he invented a remainder in one or two tracts The S xtv sixth Stove was sold to new system He procured little leaden am 755 P Now if a city man had underIva rtlnclnnatl said 3i am 803 p m 250 p r No such farm in exlent and supeB W SMITH 2o6p 819 ve Covington taken to fell a tree he would have figures on which he gummed the names o43 am 008 pm 40a pi ve It is a por Lve Kalmouth 35 35 of his characters as they were born rior qti ilily for sale chopped all the way through yntiiiHnaj 1043 am 9 50 pm 503 P a The Â¬ 1118 am 1015 pm 530pm Vrr hayseed can give us points on a good Supposing there were three stories run- tion ol tlie noted 4000 acre pur- Arr Purls o a 1055 pm 6aop b 1210 LeiniKton ning there were three sets of figures in chase made bytJov Shelby in the many things 1125 a m 1025 pm 537 P uve Paris When a character early history of the State different drawers 1210 n n xo55 Pm 610 pat has STT Winchester pa 1055 a m 645 P was settled off the little man or woman THE MOST AMAZING ENGLISH MILITIA been in he Shelby family ever Lve Winchester 1230 pm 1143 Pm 733 P 110 rr Rlchiionii in lead was taken away from its com- Â¬ Lve Richmond raj p m 11 43 pm It is in the very center of Lve Berea since Land Artillery Which Might Well Be panions and laid aside 141 P KIT 240 p m 1X5 a m Imitated Here One day when Ponson du Terrail was the famed Bruegrass seel ion of the Lve Livingston Livingston 310 p mi 125 a m Kngland has a militia all behind in his work he set himself State Numerically 352 P 217 a m Lve London tr 3 10 a m force which is far ahead of that of to his task without examining the slain 445 P Send to Ihe undersigned or Lve Corhin Corhin 445 P 310 a m America though it is to be remembered His bad memory led him into a terrible 35a a E DKIPU SON Lex Lve BHrnrville1 530 p m 430 a m 600 mi that the United States has a volunteer blunder He had forgotten that he had Col Lve PinevitlP EVER OfJUUUUU THE 640 p m 505 a Mliidleshli reserve of able bodied men who could killed Pocamhole the still famous Ro- jington Ky Managers ot the Ky Lve Cninil Gap 515 a rr lie called out in case of an emergency Blue Grass Land Agency for cir Lv ttnmd Gap cambole in the previous feuilleton This reserve consists of 7000000 or 8 t 45 p m 300 am nlar giv ng price terms and all Lve Corhin and to the great surprise of the reader Lve Williamslg 550 p m 358 a m 000000 and it has been shown that it he made him talk airain as if nothing 630 p m 425 a m rr Jelltco necessan pellicular 8QO a m A rr can fight Rather Knoxville cut of the common had liefallen him 738 P There are however says Leslies This resuscitation of Pocarobole is one Lve Rli limniid i5 P 910pm rr Rowland 42s pm Weekly many points about the British of the most curious things in the his- Â¬ Snooker Bros s wholessle stock lwustht 915 p in 430 pm Arr tstan for it 24 volunteer militia which it seems to me tory of the nomans feuilleton No 70 at their assignees sale No 4 No 2 might be incorporated in our own Dally Dally Dally NORTH BOUND ice They have for instance wl sun rx Imperial Education called a land artillery which has Some supkestive details concerning V20 id 105 p m va Rowland reached the enormous number of 4i CO 1010 am 605pm SEARCY rr Rich monu the ctuly education of the flerman em- Â¬ C 000 men and which is as thoroughly 8 10 p No 6 Lve Knoxville perors have recently been made known WORTH OF m 10 d m 7 00 2 a Iv lAlltm trained in rifle exercises marching It seems that William II had in early a 1138 p m 7 46a n Lve WilliainabR Manufactur drilling and the handling of big guns as childhood a tutor who was a captain m 1235 a m 9 50a AirCortvn the regulars of our own army The ar- Â¬ of ths guards Prince Bismarck hajj Lve Cnml Hup TlTjV 5 loloiTm x3 Lve Mktdlesiili IK I 1030 pm7 4oa tillery regiments are composed to a recon mended him and he applied to Lve Ptiievilie Z 1105 p m 8 loatr large extent of men in the laboring the Lve RarhrTile 1140pm 900am 0111 xX hir to the throac the principle on m 9 45am Arr Corbin 5- classes officered by gentlemen of Ii he had trained his reeitiitsbeud onrlon 108 am - a iaoa o 10 13 a m leisure who go into the militia from or break 11 15 aoo a Z Arr Livingston The yotinsr Ilohenzollern motives of patriotism m 40 Lve cisan u t8 amn was made to rise at 5 i every morning a t va Riyaa n t Once a week in the summer months aud nt once begin a course of gym- Â¬ Vrr Richmond 33Q a B1 OF EVERY DEisCRIPTIOX the artillery go to the nearest forts foi nastic exercises unsuitable for a child am a 05pm 6ao am 339 Lve Richmond I 55 P Arr Winch 705 ami 4 5 a target practice Every year big de- of hi age It is this regimen author j Lve Wine 710 am 4 oopa tachments from each battalion go to am i n d rr Arr Parts vai ami vhich made Prince William so a m 4 07 p it To ve Phoeburyness and shoot for prizes with 700 ami 425 be sold at almost nothing T nervous that his grandfather Fartory si VVAHI KY am 55 am 3 47 p n 18 or 24 pounder guns at ranges varying a in Cam am 4 18 p is iperor suggested one fi tnl most complete line ot from 1000 to 3000 yards The artillerv 911 am 6oS am 5 06 ir SBinuiix Malum B08KKLY KY that his captain of the guard Arr 14 am 711 am 6 iipir full dress uniform is a very handsome would perhaps better return to his re- Â¬ CLOTHING SH o am arr 72 aua 6 aopa one black with red facings ailrer cruit liown in Richmoiui at prices tar ornaments aud white cross belts The MAYSVIILE BRANCH with a short carbir Not Criticise the If noperor helow all competitors Itiut a Leipsic editor was sen No ord bayonet No 10 No 12 Dont huy any gools until yon lean Dttily DhUj NORTK BOUND ilis imprisonment our pr W onderfnl Sacaclty of a Dojf of Emperor WP- Lve The confiscation of tmmenting unfavorably 700 am 6 20 p m gs of theyoun- r45 a m 5 40 p ft rg 8oS am 6oo pm Al or of hiis obedient servante following true taie of 1m 6S pn Fac tor y who r 1e acil am 700 pm too Â¬ - sort to lxposre The liveliest passenger on board the steamship City of Peking was HumHe phrey Kendriek of Los Angeles hail just returned from Japan says the San Francisco Chronicle a country that he loves lxeause a few years ago it completely cured him of paralysis When Kendriek found that he had lost control of his limbs he determined to sjKMid all the money he had to get relief It was easy enough to tell what hail brought the paralysis upon him for the first stroke came soon after he had a bad tumble on horseback The animal fell in such a way as to catch Kendriek squarely beneath it severely wrenching and straining his spine Kendriek found that he was much bet- Â¬ ter in hot weather aud this led him to He was so go to the Hawaiian islands much better there when it was hot that be concluded to go to a still warmer Homebody told him that the place soritfa coast of Japan in summer was the place For many months during that hottest of hjt summers Kendriek engaged in a most unique attempt to regain his For days at a time he would health lie positively stripped to the skin in the hot sand on the seashore of Japan lie got so that he rather liked it As the days passed he kept getting better A Then he took to seeking exercise donkey was secured and Kendriek stark naked would ride the animal up and down the beach It was almost too hot for the beast but Kendriek did not seem to mind it The result was complete recovery Kendriek came back feel- Â¬ ing like a schoolboy and much infatu- Â¬ ated v ith the country of the Japs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ar Lawrenoebam Ar VA ion rr Kaecb - and No 3 5 a CAPITAL a Lfn V rm lUaiam IU 12am 7 Oram lOtWam 817pm 7 Ti5am Som 540pm 2cji BTT 5E 1 3pmi 06pm flitbiuaL at 4 s Has No 4 no a Lv Leilnytoo tr Vrsal 1 s r Lawreneeb lrg Ar Snelhyrille Ar Louisville Trains Nos 1 aad Chair Curj iM i 5 47pm aoi 7 SpmlliOami una ik rams f j 6 carry Free Observation I Tim I l aS Eatb aa Lv Ar Ar Ar Lawrence Burgin- - h lasj I ISxSxSj Ct U - No ISNo 11 uim tinHst ati Louisville urtr 3ortpm 745ajD T -- Karrodsbur 60pm 10 00am 7 0 pn 1048am UymUOuam 1 Westbound No No 14 Tired Women Should stop and consider the dangers which threaten them because of their weakness languor and lack of ambition Thousands of womn find their strength unequal to the demands of duty And yet there i no escape from the incessant round of care and toil They mast have strength How shall it be given By building up their syataaM through puri- Â¬ fied enriched and vitalized blood will give them Hoods Sursaparilla strength because it will make their blood pure and enable it to feed the nerves upon proper nourishment It will create an te tcne the stomach and invigorate every organ It is whil tired women need s Lv Burifn Ar Harro sburtr Ar Lwrenect--At Louisville 4 Oripm 728am i to m 7 4 Onm xaoinu 7 15 m uuam N 3tn EatbiuDl Versailles Kidwaj Westbound G 15o6 4V m ttSSan the excellence of our method ot instruction bv correspondence wr will give a thorough course ol instmction in Double and Single Entry Book keeping bv mail at LES THAN lo advertise ri No lB i Oini Opu Noes nr et wa l atboaud No X Km tiie Ar Ar Richmond Ar Irvine Lonne lions a Lousv illo Iv LouLsvile tn s3upn ONE - FOURTH OF REGULAR PRICE to a limited number ot per Our method of instruction bv mat uperior to that of any other school Hundreds of testirronals ot our patrons testifying to the merits of our work are n file in our office Our Mail Department is urder the personal supervision of in able instructor under whose guidance the highest degree ot competency mat be attained by correspondence Read what one ot our Kentucky students saw Wickliffe Ky Oct 15 1S95 Capital City Commercial College To -Â¬ wi Northwest fjr ail onts West Hoods Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the public eye today It feeds th nerves on pure blood Connections at Lexlnvton for all points in the Southeast Knowille Hot sprints AsheviUe rile Chattanooa Atlanta and Florida t W ST Oily Except Sunday A- T SWIFT City Tic ft Art - WHEDOM HQREEX Gen Superintendent Washington D C A TURK Lextnston Ky Pasa J a Ticket Agt losviile Ky M Traffic Mgr CULP Gen Pass Agt WAiiinrfton D G C A BEN Waahintou P C 0OTER Asst i P A Kooxvlile Tien I am very much pleased with the text books ised bv vou in in- Â¬ struction bv mail Your business and papers are up to date nothing obso ete in your eaching Your instruction I can master are very explicit and plain the science of Book keeping in this way at home just as well and save the expense of board etc Yours resDectlullv M F oHSN Full particulars sent free bv mention- Â¬ Address ing this paper Gentlmkn peka Kan as Grassland Farm- I c24 MEN Â¬ Â¬ 95 BE TO 1 SOLD Â¬ ECONOMIST I 1 Â¬ 723 li - i KiTociT mm n ROUTr - MANSION LN 66 1 SMI 11 Â¬ BARGAINS 3H0PPINGPUBL1G J V- Isaac P Shelby L 8000 1 and 1 FUU MS t TILE BEBbb Dress Goods Â¬ i -- New York Store v hen1 iel Maysville 5 am -- i7 pir If Slinnx QUEER THAT i NAMES IN KENTUCKY Parents Were Hard Presaed Wbe i They Cave Their Bles Dealenat OlTTH BOUND Daily K45 pm tal 224 pro j NEW MILLINERY Boarders Wonted pr ire lered tL iormed THE CLIMAX SCH TIPTON DP AKMKI - Mo WKPNESBAY BY PUBLISH l VIT scarce ed while then- - is still hope for There are two Populists one with rratic and the other with Kopcbli can antecedents and it is be will offset each other A iiiiniier of Republicans an- among IhIiii- lerdu The Democrat wl lie Mirjiiseii by the result o the Jimt daj must lint HIS JNm W OrateM Women Write Us Letters From every corner of the country come thankful etters written by those who have been lifted into cheerful orous healthy strength by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Thousands on thousands of women bae Ieen relieved of the nerve nagging drag of weakness and pain They have been made better wives and better mothers by having perfect health restored and without the humiliating expo lire of examinations so generally insisted on by phystejeas The tereotypafl treatment by local iom necessary ppliciti there is no reason why modest sensitive women need submit to them Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is of purely vegetable composition and is perfectly harmless in any condition of th systt m It exerts a wonderful sooth ng and strengthening power It is over womans delicate organism an invigorating tonic for the whole system and is almost an infallible specific for the peculiar weaknesses irregularients of WW ties and painfu be traced To these can trouble of tired uurowi irritable worn y goingd out women Ci frequently trcu their women patients for biliousness nervousness dvapepsia liver or kidney troubles when the real sicknctly feminine ness isiii the a and no help can come till they are Â¬ -- I Ths Climax Printing PRK V XF Cc isu Penny ol lexiiig PB VKAK NOV 150 iton of M dlesborough and Congresfmau Guodfrev llun IIAinrY AMt rdNKT HiuniMioi rtUMNffcn lVtK OK STATE Pi E Thk silver qii persons are aware of the large amount of Mate natronafil there Ht i ui by the Governor ot Ken Thk liepiiiilicao majority in the tuckv and other State officraa It is ali 00 and may be more in vernor lSradlev will appoint a Private Til r iiiiii wasted a cl Secretary salary J12U0 State lnsix ctor eft and Kxaminer salarv siK Adjutant iatant Adjutant xjiieiit in i M neral salary 1200 Arsenal Keeper ileri acklmrn has heard spector of Mines salarv salar liat kind is a curator of the Survev Assistant Inspector of Mines salarv S1200 members of the usaiii ui 1ipializati in whose pav didnt want Id shall be jier day for such time as the indent of Feeble minded Institute at Frankfort lllackliurn im superin silary 2000 ti Democrat taut rty hut he cant chin I tie peo and three stewards salaries rang from 1250 to 850 and board at the I Ti he robbery of htf state expiiie in asvhiin Now a ctary of State Charles Finley will iates did that the appointment of the Ass iry of state salary 18 two clerks ik about or seating in Few -phy--icia- With a united party behind him Hi hing if it with divided partv his elii thm would havi ire of a miracle to all panics a time foi ii itemised an rarknnii u with this qaadren nial roun of the political whirligig that time had come to the Democrat tuckv The nomination oi Mr II emph ile stood mon than any the embd i ve of the itieni nd it raiikforl If all hail oth and even in the con vent ion that nominate him and in the campaign That followed he woulo have had to face I body of voters grown exacting with particular respect to Slati t less under the gl re of ponlical condil If Mr Clay had been nominated in uf Mr Hardin the likelihood is that the result would have been still the though brought atxiut by a differ entageni y The tiuiii is that when part or think- that it may with impunity defy the iiry rules of prudence trj nothiugi common when it is divided by some hotly oonti very nearly in the middle it matters little who it puts i reiiir-j-enti1 w IS A EW STYLES STATIONERY 1 t r1 1 fj - r NEW SHEET MUSIC NEW NOVELS AGENCY FOR BLLL THE LEXINGTON FLLXNLR BROS FINE ENGRAVERS s FLORIST cind Kv c M H BRcDWrN The Blue Grass OF iRSEY t M - FLYER A RED HOGS re iponde IREEDER3 WKRK KIKrTKb FROM THE BSST aral different S - Campion of the tin in - tj ought nut to kick rats threw out the City when the law irjiiiring by the tv fraud was 200 ended campaign te just Kentucky of y AudiiiirsH nanrance Stone vvill appoint the uninis iouer aaiary 4000 Deputy Insurance Commissioner salary two cierks in Insurance But Mint And Ht I W HEUE ididate fot s nine cierKS salaries lo ami one ciern salarv 1300 W Iuig will have Tieasur istani whose siiiary the i will b - ii I imond 1 v ed MIVSXEW REPRESENTATIVE I get Agriculture Loeaa Moore will aiptint one clerk aaiary a irain Inspector and Weigher Inspector at Louisville salary ptionary w ith Commissioner usual- Weigher Commissioner of Suneriiitendent of Public Instruction Wm 1 Davidaon will appoint three leik- Tut Bnruam wh enjo 10 re - lie y and Inivereitv of father and rv of him in the r and Attorney Sate Auditor His lather was General will select two Penitentiary intj l S Treasury two Deputy ling him as w holly w rong Interna Revenues 1200 one Chaplain War in his attitude thefiacal plank Judge and an onty 200 two clerks salaries 1200 of the platform on which he wa uomi i Hinder forty- ries two phv siciars and which the convention that Mr hur tour The jiur nominated him believed he would accept mentioned for r Railroad Commisaionera will eelect one ly mistaken in ids relation to clerk Kilarv SI llu whole money issue both in the matFor the convenience of those gentle ter of political expediency we could not irttR ELKCI STOXK pie we append meii who want State follow him in the race issue bv which he the jMi t office address ol each State olli sought to make a diversion from this - born in cer Governor Bradley Lancaster lient fruitful source of Democratic diasention Be Gov Worthington Greenup Secretary of Under the circumstances the atlec- ey Willi Attorney tion of enthusiasm on our part would intown An litor have been an organized hypocrisy nis- t lie Long Kichmond Treasurer lead ii nobody and only discrediting field Snpt Iublic Instrm tin irter M- aAll that we could do we did Commissioner Agri ring lite reasons for it plainly and Lebanon Register of cult u simply and now accepting the result as I exii Itej nolis Iroad Independence pt it in the character of a blow Ml Sterling from Vii not lis to us iiai to all Democrats who mind that the early bird think is we think tliat it is never best to Send in your appli- 01 mty fauiih iiivitedeieit bat always best to win if e will lake pleasure ther we can we poose to turn down the law- n you If you fail t page and the IxKk never to ou tret mad ami Â¬ brother cly ister of Land office has 0 two clerks w I one clerk s ilary will lie The Sinking Fund Commissi composed of the Goverro Bey- - I Slt I Tiin these elements ol dscalto last the Democratic n ciliated the margin on the credit side ol ks at thfl same time that they the made little allowance for the disaffection Tliuv iii1 lluir on tin ttit sito il but tnev were all at sea In the mean ir from one end of the state to er was thick with the odors I evoked not alone by the money ision but by the strife for place into which utilities everywhere seems to have largely legem rated The Republicans on the other hand nized and confident They saw chance and allowed nothing to ob- struct them No deal that could make them votes was neglected No appeal tt unemployed no approach unim proved The wonder is that Mr Hardin made the race he did mat It is idle to consider what might have been Explanations which do n it explain and excuses which only account for what they are powerless to avert weie better left bv Democrats to be more honored b the bleach than the observ ance Mr Hardin by bis line of canvas- denied us the happiness of giving him that hearty support which his pen claim and charm had otherwise com I the encountered both destruction Fruaafirst WTU FLU BODD TOBACCO THE LARGEST s11 i ddi Â¬ R H BRONHUCH Proprietor structure and function which is be it in due time by the use of Dr S s Favorite Prescription Prescribed for 30 years by Dr Pierce SEPARATE COACH BTRUED LAW CON HEATERS A ll Â¬ Â¬ i i can vote the Democratic ierate t tie hs the a dangldei of Hen Kichard i - I lick in in iovernor ui i ii u rintr Gov he North ught iaway a and iheix aMMMM d piMliiitl oi pi i round herein the two n- th Uiaa Boone eaiiie Indians and ica Auditor Stone led in the East and in I probably used the ii Auiiitur Xoraaaa with liuest isineii in Kurope ti c His wile John D Harris Madison and thev have two gTOWi Mr St me has an eight hundred son He w ill make a grai farm most e eiieiit Auditor THK I ilMATIVK ItfcAlt 1MK know n of the next ieneral ky to warrant the asseitioi ator will prob- Iniliil t joint ballot the I lut Ik in each ie law n the l or twenlv mill le ha late no hav n a majority lie Democrat or the go into a cau- ullicient for a r will alien e f -- situation iher fail to ri i niiin- - ssful I Ii av January 7th iv bly will r I8W5 Two weeks 21 t the tirs vote again tak up tie tion being nirtil the expi- w has noappoh ise of a va If we Man proposes God il Democratic party homogeneous THANKSGIVING DAY and conscientious ready to tight for its convictions amr knowing what those COB Tut Premdexi n Nov 28 - victioiis are capable of rising above Tin nan tion ism and favoritism and bossism and and foH of holding mills for office tv iod w hicfa have atrict accountability we need have the American peof ile dur Â¬ the future There will be ing the year which is j ist past call for work tut that sort ot a Democratic party their sincere acknowledgement if dev out There is as great need lor that gratitude To the end therefore that sort of a Democratic party as ever there we may with thankful hearts unite in but it must int tench itself m high i rely upon extolling the loving care of ir Henvenlv moral forces It Father I G rover Cleveland President of must be tine to the credit of then the United States do berebv appoint and and the money ot the people It must M t asiiie Thursday the twenty eighth enforce a discipline born of- obedience div of the present month to lie kept and to reason and iaw aiiv ing itself somew hat vi d v all our people more to tieasuies and isomt thing let n that day let at oar usual men cupatiins and in our accustomed The agglomeration of ignorance and of worship join in rendering thanks to opportunism which has carried Kentucthe iiver oi eveiy gsid and perfect gift ky can not tiold it except as Democrats for the bo urns that have re are willfully blind and bopeeaaly per- warded our labors in the fields and in the inp raiy clean up busy marts of trade for the pca e and cal ed may not be without some advan- Â¬ order that is prevailed throughout the tage If it does iiotiimgelseil mav siland lor oar protection trom pestilence lence the murmurs and satisfy the deÂ¬ and diie calamity and for other bi mands of that cls ol the community that have been showered npon us from which not without reason fell that an open hand after so long a Demociatic domination t us an overhauling of And with our thanksgiving the books was needful humblv i the Ixnl to so incline to continue good government Iet this the beans of the people unto Him thai I overhauling br thorough and let no guil He will not leave us nor forsake The Democratic parte ty man escape nation but will continue tons His mercy rented in shielding no imtccting care guiding us in the Then let the Democratic rank ami file path of national prosperity and hapnt- - w i er tlan their together imbaing us with rectitude and vir- and if the would be leaders are unequal tue and keeping alive within us a patri to the task or unworthy of the trust let otte love for the free ii sMtutiols winch new e of leaders whose hearts have given to us our national heritage ana minds and e e- - are fixed upon the And let us also on the day of our future and not anon the past thanksgiving eapedaBy remember the The rock ribbed Repablieana of Maine poor and needy and by deads of cl etts IV nnsv lvMiia and Iowa let us show the sincerity of our gratitude the last ban In witness whereof I have hereto set my 30 years without hurt to the tlepubiican hand and seal of the Fnilel States to be patty or the public tenr ice May not the allixed rock ribbed Democrats of Kentucky lose of Washington this buttle in thirty years without goiup fourth lav of November in the We think so assured1 our Lord one thousand eight hundred j Ni thinking we invoke all good Itemo ani niiieiy live and in the one bun hrgrin to bottle and twentieth year of the independence up their resentment cork the bottle tight of the Unit i throw it in the bushes and having C11A Fi A N xid jiliii nions swear to relieve By the President good chew v 11 Kn pick their he pain ret irv of State Bint pool their issues and try it again trusting God who is goxi to do the rest HARDIN AND BDOWN FIGHT i K Â¬ I 11 I Â¬ M -j --v ticket nest time o en it a ain lb 11 sultim ray which came near re- k place on the Inb DRlOUa FACTS C0N HEARING H m inquiry 1 lade in Lon- - B rrwnS and Jas Hard 11 Hardin tine eame and n sav only the loiiiie wn in iles is t the Mr lrtiiiiiarf of which will b Black 10 out at tl The Court of Appeals has given an ba ling construction of the separate coach Ian in tie case of Fannie iuinn a colored woman who sued the Louis ville ei Nashville tor damages because insulted by a drunken white passenger whom the conductor had allowed to ride in the coach sit apart for colored pas- Â¬ sengers The Court of Appeals holds as meant lor protection that the law iiLiiinst altercations between the races and that th railroad company is responÂ¬ Franklin said he conversed with ease at a Smiley was awakened by bearing some sible for the offensive conduct of a the front door and down white passenger allowed to rile in the distance of more than a mile Ir Young one p - mil yoking oat of the window colored coach contrary to lav records that at iibralta the human voice thewdk ha- - been heard at a distance often miles the farmer ana his daughter arrayed in Sound has remarkable force in water her bicycle suit mounting her wheel for Louisville Tobacco Market Calladon bv experiments made in the a spin down the road After taking to the house By lilover A Durretl Loui viile Tot Lake of Geneva estimated thai a bell qnitea ride she returned - liaise submerged in the sea might be ii and was awakened by a douche of cold distanceof more than sixty miles Frank- water She was much astonished by her Sale- - on our market for the week iu in says that he heard the striking to- escapade cloaed aaaount to 1680 hhds with receipts gather of two stones in the water half Sales or tor the sime peri mile away Over water or a surface of MISSISSIPPIS TRIUMPHANT DEM our market sine- - linuarv 1st amount t OCRACY ice sound is propagated with great clear Sale ot the crop ol o hlnb Dr Hal ton relates and strength on our market to this date amount to mill every county in M that oil a quiet part of the Thames near 8 J hhds Chelsea he could hear a parens re id dis the news of an overwhelming majority The salt s on ourmarkctthis week were timiiv at a distance of 10 feet w bile on tor the Democratic ticket Populism is much smaller than u d and receipt the land the same could be heard only forever repudiated and the allegiance of imounted to coo hh Is Sales this wet at 7ii f et Prof Tyndall when on Muit our people to the government of the ed 10 hhds of Ibis yeari bio lev Blanc found the report of a pistol shot fathers is reaffirmed in the vote of yester- crop which ert in the main very p From the Tennessee line to the quality no louder than the nop of a champagne day The market ba developed nc iuif the loyalty of Mississippi to the hanges cinrinj the wsek in values to bottle Persons in a balloon can hear voices from the earth a long time after fundamental principles of our government burlcv kind- t rain will no they themselves are inaudible to people was dechued in the big majorities every- doubtaffbd m in some hand where given to the Democratic nominees localities and we may expect considerable below In Lauderdale count so Ear as returns t new crop withimn the nex are received the same story of trinm wees or ten itave The total tT rin A BUNCO MAN AT LARGE pliant Democracy in the county and city crop o tobacco on our market to An old fellow drove up to police head is told Every Democratic nominee is mst 811 hhds of ncw alters Saturday evening in a buggv and elected by a majority that ought to disco at the coi respondi told a story of being buncoed of the real courage forever those bailers of forlorn The following quotations fairly repreold fashioned sort says the Covington viio cast their fortunes with the sent our market for hurley tobacco Gbmmonweatb lie turned out to be ntented contingent of Democrac ciop Richard Wright of Pendleton and who called themselves Populites 2 75 trash Dk or daaaaged 50 to A few said he was seventy vears of age - to Meridien News Common coory Irash Medium to good colore trash 3 50 to 5 00 weeks ago on his return from a visit to o Common Lugs not colory 1 co to 3 friends in England he met on lioard ship EVIDENTLY Common coory lug- 4 00 to 5o an agreeable gentleman who to make to 5 50 Evidently the people are doing their Meim to change borrowed from him twentv tive Common to Vtediu n Leaf 00 to - in cents and to his surprise that gentleman own thinking and leadersand lieutenants Medium to Good Leal 0 to I 00 7 10 Kine Leaf 00 to 00 turned up at his home in Pendleton last are not in it The hitherto impregnable W rapper y Leaf ic 00 to 30 00 Saturday and paid him the quarter then fortress of Democracy has been stormed told him he was going over to Kentucky and the storming party is amazed at the Ylii Can believe with which t her marie the capture to collec rents and would be glad if Mr and the amount of unexpected booty The testimonial- - published in bebl Wright would take a drive over there Mr with him right readily assented which his fallen to them The books at Hoods Sar aparilla They are written by and they came over to Covington where which they have sought an opportunity honest people who have actually found ill lie in in their own experience that Hoods k at so much per month the stranger hire a buggy at Grahams inSi rsi p rillii purities the blood ma in which they drove over to Mill their possession next January ami the spection will proceed to the greater honor appeti hens tlie system and ab dale At Milldale they met a stranger dis he was from Mexico and glory of the Democratic party and solutely and permanently cures who said aused by impure or deficient blood was it not long am before the discomfiture of the enemy which has won as to the b oks nothing hut vexa Â¬ Mr Wrights friend and the strain tion and disappointment t easily vet promptly floods Fills into a little gameof cards The Mexican Governor Legislature Senator and all and effectively on the liver and bowels won and finally Mr Wrights friend asked bin if he could lend him a little to the official belongings of Kentucky are - cents keep up the game and win back his money theirs for four years- Til people of sovA drowning ttlan would have little use promi ing to pay him back as soon as Kentucky did it and the people are ibey went out to the farm nearby and ereign and what they do must ne lor a method of rescue which would re got his rent Wright forked out 180 but rily he right The undoing of their work ipiire days A dyspeptic dm snt want to his friends luck did not turn and the of Tuesday last in 1899 depends upon the bother with a remedy that is going to vvill be take weeks to show its beneficial effect Mexican took the iot leaving Wright people again and whether there an undoing or not is useless waste of Th Mount Lebanon Bhakers are offer- Â¬ and friend without a cent but upon taking his leave The generous Mexican time to discuss Sufficient unto the day ing a product under the nam of Shakers - ive Cordial which yields immedi turned over to each a five dollar bill say is the confoundedly disagreeable lamate relief The Bret dose proves benefi- Â¬ ing he was no Shytoek After the Ifex basting administered to the Deni ican had departed Mr Wright and partv which goes down in defeat with cial in nt to their nded confidence in ii that they friend started for the farm when the honor stabbed 111 the bouse of its friends Covington Com mon wealth bave put 10 cent sun pie bottles on the thought seized his friend to go back ami once more try to win back the lost BRADLEY As A DISTURBER OF RE market ie had through any druggist and it v iil repay the afflicted to He borrowed the liver from money WORSHIP LIGIOUS invest the trifling sum necessary to make Wright and hied him back to hunt the Mexican leaving Wrilt to take care of said some a trial The last Interior Journal The Shaker Digestive Cordial relieves the horse and buggy Wright stayed thing about Bradley offering a prayer just where he was told and patiently This calls to mind a remark made by by resting the stomach and aiding the waited for his friend for five hours am food Wm Herndon not long since then he drove to police headifiarters and two attorneys were engaged on optold his story The police upon looking posite sides of a case in our Court House Iaxol is the belt medicine for children Doctors rei commend it in place of Castor into the buggv found two cash and in his argument Col Bradley at evidently intended to play the gold brick tempted to ridicule a Sonday achool Oil racket with but as they got old man scholar who bad testified When Cap Manv people when a little cmstipatj Wrights money by the card trick the Herndon came to reply he said Now ed make the mistake of using saline or box wi theres Bradley trying to make tun of a other drastic purgatives All that is lsy for going to Sunday school If W needed is a mild dose oi Acers Tills to THK SNEEZE 0 Bradley were to go to any church in n store the regular movement of the this town walk down the aisle ami take bowels and nature will do the rest Many nations are superstitions about it would Ik- - considered a a front seat They keep u in perfect order og but none so much as the na disturbance to public worship Lamas o sneeze on ent tives of India place of business on starting on a joui The Tests nev or undertaking any enlerpr showed no baking powder IMPROVE Y0UB CHANCE GIRLS adventure means bad luck for some one so pure or so great in leav On either physically or financially An exchange has this to say of leap ening power as the Royal live g a person either fi year rirls will please bear in mind sneeze in public a Brahmin will instantly last leap year live Live and this cry that next year will be the i rv not of the century and another will not ocwill be repeated as often as the p 1904 will not be Among the native soldiers cur until sneezes a leap year This unusual nccurrei iiilly regarded with suAr ire due to the fact that the addition of one inns terror the maneuvers of an Tltev each fourth year mors than makes army sometimes being controlled by an jail one time the presumed deficiency in the calendar inadvertent sin oiiently tiie world turned back his army ftom the gati losing time as a watch lo Rut in run stantiy tv bccaiis and therefore there was a danger that in ts he had of a few thousand be command to atlai k o of July would A brahmin pri aisolted and a dy Your lb il tiine appointed by him to rtnew BuM Strength THREE Klil Sharpen your Appeti tituiing Bulla You mi AWHEEL WID PIECE OF w 3 TO 50 t EVER SOLD FOR 10 CENTS LOT OF The greatest number of HEATING STOVES and the greatest variety we have ever had Priees range from So up to 50 All hap and sizes Many designs Plainest to the -- i fanciest We can satisfy yon in every respect w m Shackelford AND Sentry Richmond Kv 1 Â¬ THE SUITS AND NEW STORE 1 Clothing DRY GOODS 1 js - OVERCOATS FOR 1 BOOTig flfilD SHjOES AM vv 1 Â¬ M AT Gents Furnishings ROCK BOTTOM PRICS Call and ex amine our stock before buying Everything new and fresh OLD BRONSTON STAND Childrens Clothing and Ladies Wraps at Â¬ 2i0 MaIP ShrBGb Â¬ HENRY KLEIN J G SON Â¬ Â¬ MILLER Manager 1111- I VALUABLE FINE OLD LIQUORS 2 T3 14 YEARS OLD Â¬ A Too H d V FARM FOR SALE I Pure OM Wlmkiea fee Paaailv aad cini Ue in j ami lo gallon Packages a specia I 3D J Q 0 Thuroday Ik yrsk u mi SILVER GREEK SY Wholesale Dealers WILL ON Nov 28 1895 Â¬ Worlds Fair a m on the premi- Kayelte eoimtv K miles out beast oi Lexington -- il pablirlyto lij ler the traet of land the Taken no by the nmiereierjed on 7tli known aa the David Clark farmMti Oct yearling ileep reil while ii the east siie of the Jarka t strijie on right side white patch in lore lire lonrths ot a mile lnun the Lexing head sliifittlv ciuvel horns white tip ii boa and Rjernpond pike eontaiDing aboat Im deep rei white ateh in urebeaa aui uniler wner Acres of liiL-iie-- JV Ik30 oeluk m SS UP AS SI m There is on 327 d i--o y proving property and F T PERK - Uerves and oiiier iiiipnivene Tern ntwill be maiie known Win- Â¬ stek tial twn Mt stiry brick resilience en il tilaeeo iarns a tine orchard the farm a tkvI tt i Coed Servants chester Kv -4 -- NELSON ER6URIAL POISON Is the result of the usual treatment of blood disorue s Tbe system ia flUed wrh Mercury ami Potash remedies mors t be dreuded than the rllsfatii aad short wtiils is in a far worse condition The meat common result is for which S S S U the most reliable cure A few bottles will aHord where all else has failed 1 iunriHi ran a Mrere of Manorial lfaw llsaiaiTarBiaandattackbetas awoiKn lasa to more than twice their natural U causing the most eicruciaUna pains 1 spent haoarsSi yi wmn wiLnous renei out Her las 1 ImprOTed ntpMJrsml am now Onlv a Poor Wasters i Eose wi Silo 1 Lot r Rent or limited quantity dolay You may Frkt1 RHEUMATISM wish to vein amining trial spare of alout i Mi NY A distance on record at which iiiambulis tu erg Pure Rich Blood Dont The Vitalize ami s wed man county her oar t j is wait and name in which Mr v ropri- - ilern The doll it Sarsaparila Pr Hoods Hoods Pills I asana your WuiBr OorTreaoaeon aaMMed wlU W1 heartllr aqlvsau Atiaata a-- k STEER LOST swirr sprcmc ro M MOVD iree ui Blood aad Skn Dtaaaaas atailnl j aaj aooi aa D t Ii ex I in a dangerouices are much - get left THE CLIMAXi WEDNESDAY Jersey steer lost Seearl ofT Cattle taken uj as es F T Perkins at I Srb ia Mi Hand to Atlanta At Hair PERSONAL Park Efmer Deatheraga went to t TjISBB Key EX ESTIOIX 1895 RRC - DEAfH BY TERRIFIC NOISE Heroic SelfDeetrvctloa Choeeo by Stofcon of more the S will week Wells went to the Atlanta last week meriue of Estill countv ra ttia Baxter on Main Malcolm Lackey of New - er capita ed a mile Mi C n Church on tle NTS Win Frankfort and C D P A A i rn is being delivered in Richmond 25 a barrel atilr Emhry 750 liNich - The pupils at Caldwell II planted several dozen maples on Arbor lav awasnn on Last Iwarn ht of the Conway JP KseS ii i mi cm in and EL S araa iasnterted I SO Chenanlt are feeding fifty oa mules at Wells shed in Kich- Pattie Stephenson ishes to rent berya beautiful home on Iroailwav M ias Weis I D annual cloak open cattle art great V Em mi in cr of handsome garn ento aei t and follow Harris b add iha use Naaaaa Mi made his York k the Wm iO and sert M the past week with ids uncles M Miller h i tin num Butler who has the central operator at the Paris tele ephone exchaan has letarned to Rich mond Â¬ I M I marriage of William Nicl Hanson and Miss Irene Qoinn Redinon oty is Nich- Jane Armatrong has 20 aoM to Tndgi luann olasville M mii1 ins One of liis branda Mr C M will Ihe First bi feeding cattle ents averaging B the p aw Browning the K N church November 24th No carls hut friends of the contracting parties will be ue Winchester Sun Mr from Ma Two hundred cattle were dehorned W A Ar at Tr Raekaaawa last week hi klc operator ka I Price that for with pot in Elects W I I57 3700 IS li aert been appointed aw eaed 1 I It is nil on E I Curb at an formerly a resident of county and a son of Samuel Black Cod HnuM ituient P P Anner lias Doable nt ved a nice r wedding ville Join M Nicholss it ure on the Republican ticket trotn t e li ttnt compose ul the cou II s majority is of VI itey and Ki ox S700 The I Hacks are much divil and lineally D WRlackol Hon John P Black of Iarbnin ile arc The Kentucky Excelfior and i Irvine made an assignment last KiddeJI atloraei at law I i Clark held at the Christian k pike in Fayette Church by Elder Cieo W iowen and a ir c of frienda and relatives folksw- - to the re terv I ie- Rev Jieepli K Smith will fwvach at - born in Shelby couniy but next Si bad been a resident of Lincoln county lor t k and most probably the Lancaster Record main t S niday tip even invited id Old tlnMeet An Ajed bad hies Died on Sunday BVOTning Nov the n siU pre of her son T s Elkin Mrs Mary A Kikin in the moral Demon A Complete Picture lecture of i hamp Clark ex C n- gressman from Mlasrmri at the oonrt n honae Thursday ateht wi of the 53d Congress and gave the midi- an insight that they did not befote lie is net eloquent bnt has iHissess fnl voice dear and cotntnai ding and he holds bis audience iron start to tinish besides imparting a irreat amonnt of informati n This vas ihe Bret of the lecture conise TI e Ic raii lterntpiii d by In 11 sponae to invital Mr and Mrs R C St cktui ncmeroiiB liibhd at their friends iful borne on Fourth Avenue Thursday November 7th at 130 p in to V Li marriage of Rev and Mrs Mary Lee Herndon gaa Miiis Saunders of the lYesbytei an churh Springfield was the minister and said a most beautiful ami impressive cer 1 Mr and Mrs Pettif of Lexington M Gippie Simpson of Winchester and Mr and Mrs B M Herndon of county attended the LofBuv Herndorj wedding Mrs Fre Idrick of Bourbon who was painfully hurt In a boggy accident near ivn and who was at the Infirmary has been taken home I Mrs Shelby Elizabeth Irvine witV Irvine Esq and and Col David Irvine have gone to Atlanta via Huntsville Ala and will iiir sister Mrs Addison White at the latter place Miss 1clla Ramsey delightfully enter tained the Vanity Fair Club Friday nigfat at her home on Broadway to meet Miss Beall of St Lonia A band dancing and were features of the even- in- Bond decorations were beauti- - Taylor and John Yun Mis Haiti with new organisation of th cl such a body of new offl win itfl tntorc may not culminate in much good The wedding bells have chimed again and this time for two if our most popular vouiiL people s I ura A Mi It wis BadVa pretty b quiet home affair Bro officiating Tli hv without all v within The bride looked lovely in per bridal dress while two maids Misses I hit tie Taylor and Lizzie Duncan were most becomingly athandaonie and tired The groo Mill nVKtfMtaAfl lanvpr sinl was w ell attend- West and Frnest ed bv 1 Â¬ 75 2Ol No 17 ThS - ScgiEtrS Dcucaii is a Mr San- intv native of Jessamine and he and 1rf- Whitty NN7 Solictor Waklrop Principal of Kour of tiarrards most highly esteem ility ed citizi s casiiallv met in H T I ek to the legislature last - lay and their total egea reeeh- ti kel Kepuh They were Judge Pal only the lath I White 71 Mr L intv 75 and Mr Mitch Broaden 7 These Wm nen are still enj lying fairly t ri in li and walked ap to the polls en they cist the incing hia cord nt White is a native of Richmond twith Mr I DtiaeU his young brideare aua partaking of the hospitality of ids father- are two admirable ronng coin oimole anil with their host of friends we wish them long life and prosperity la the midst of life however there is death and this irrim monster has once more entered the home of Mr John Cill and claimed William another of Ia ways are past finding out and though the lot seems hard we can ful only trust Him and we will in the Mr X Bowling of London Ky has find that all is well opened a law office at Jackson Breathitt Pro Asbill who preached here abont tunty ii the amy be stepped oil at forty years ago was in our midst again Red House and vMted his former class on Wednesday night He was iceted m ite in the Valpotsjao law school Mr Willi an attentive audience U Black who took special care to Bro Rildell will conduct aajyieaa at show him numerous pretty girls with Bethel on tin third Sunday he and Mr whom beseemed delighted Caldwell having exchanged pulpit that dav Gov Bradley a Grandson of Mad Will Motley sold out a law dayi ison County bade his friends good bye and Started His mother has been ill or Oklahoma for some time and when he told her that he was g dug to leave and never expect d t see this country again her nervous system received quite a shock and I Elliott Institute Ichor for l Printing Company and will everywhere all times His school is in the hands of Prof Poageaad MiasJ Rrte cany yoang men and yoong nre cut oil just as the future seen t 11ml Fullest of promise They are taken away by the disease which I oyer ene eixth of all th deaths in the world the disease which tin tors call msHtiiiti n There is lutelv no reason in the world why con sumption should be fatal why ii should be even serious of the It blond and can be cured absolutely and purnviiig aiml enririimg ine lie only exception to tins is Un niiol ease where the disease has been neglected wo lllis How brile iei -- - - 1 and improperly treated until it iaatronger than the body until the body hat be come so w ak s to have lost the ability I Â¬ Readers of Capt Griffins article on battleships in war in China and his Richmond Cabriagk Wok descriptions of the terrors of the boiler S L Midkitf Proprietor jo- jo room where mens heads bled from the shock of noise will like to hear from an Englishman that when a man comes Baking Pow der to grief and has to disappear for rea- Or Prices Cream wwdd Gold Mtdal Midwinter Far c n Franca sons of any sort he often chooses the living death of a stoker on a steamIDI in boat sat s the New York Press 179 I was onee taken over the engine 11 rooms of a big boat while we were goT2 26 ing through the straits of Gibraltar 7 he says and having endured an almost 9 H7 135 tropical sun for some weeks I felt well 16 Ml I tried disposed to see the furnaces 79 log 9 them for about ten seconds and came 9 5 out feeling more dead than alive Th 121 9 chief engineer told nie afterward that 132 121 the men employed fo attend to the tires were the very dregs of humanity but IOI 3 represented many social conditious Ib 112 said that in his 3 years exp ienee he TI i2i273547 hail found m nil ers of learned professions side by side with men who had served time counirv is wild over it What The main object of such comers was The Blue Grass tiff hat W to exist away from the sight of th Rice of humanity and for this purpose they became inured to the horrible atmos What - the rr o t popular hat of tu phere and surroundings of the furnace ft wai pretty bad down there dai The Rlue Gas Hat At Wal room just now he confessed but imagine ice 14- the Red sea in August and then thin Sailors who what they must endure M tock of carriages buggies have spent years in the tropics cannot m th tylish in tht long stand stoking so great is the heat lunusnme t and mi coaatry Gbe me a call yet there are men in the vitals of great liners that never left temperate climes Richmond Carriage Works men who used to go to cool places in S L Midkift Pioprictor 39 summer until their faults or misfortunes drove them to the boilers Fancy If you want to be nohbv and swell wear what the work is wnen accompanied by Ihe Blue CIra- - Hat Wnlace ft Rice 14- - concussions of shot that crack the flesh open Dr Louis Landman the oculist and optican of 41 West Ni nth street in- HUMOROUS cinnati O will be at the Willis House Rici mond Ky on Saturday ltith inst a big man in the ni- Dicks One dav only Doin nsaaa lots blowin Jerrvs plowin the planter n mmm r Carriages wagon and buggies over- Â¬ hauled and painted at the very iowest All work guaranteed to be as prices ood as any in the State Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3fc Ti -- THE Â¬ CLIMAX From now KENTUCKY rh KrpuliUran W ELECT ON Makes enough to keep Dick to rei r Iiit es olden Med ical Diacovery will cure 08 per cent of all cases of copsumptian if used according It also cures all lingering to directions gilat Atlanta Constitution till much worse t w lr Tt uo lb liattle Mr V Im k Mich atary ght Herr in The liiu- - Igja lied at the home of her brother Mr Morti n the ith i - the who in his day was ope of the most eloquent speak Irrai lirl emony coup e appv after k the R N I and will be absent some days no attendants The looked exceed receiving congratn f Wet Ir n a profesÂ¬ tliliers lbrid tii rrs of and tor countv the kit - V Presbyterian church The bride was a daughter of NtwUnd a woman of strong laitli in God and died Jom love- it t rum ph oer death Tlie funerdisposition is known for her deeda al tuk place Wt Many there are who of benevolence A Rev aw ver wish the couple a long and happy life ere interred in w antra Ts Trj Their Hervra 1 wbin Kentucky Roberts Chapel in thi sor in Central University and for the greater part of that time its President is an in the He able minister Prof C W Stockton spent Saturday indiy with his faiuilv here Re T II Campbell former pastor of Waco Baptist church visited the com- Â¬ munity this week Mr Robert Manpin ha returned home Mr- after an extended visit to I OOt W O BKAPIlY la Wilcox of Iaris Ky Â¬ cemetery- - N cholas ille VV i Join preached in Richmond Kitksville and other places in M countv half cental R Tattler in - Louis- - ille Times to be Dot smiling but I ortune Bradleys Governor elect William father the late Robert Bradley was a native of Madison county and lived down on Silver Creek He lead law at In home coming to Richmond to recite the summer time be sought the shade of a large Syiamorc tree and for manv years thereafter it was referred to as Bradleys law office Madis m in the recent election bnt beat Judge Durham for Congress 111 this county in j iv Bradley not only Mr V B Zittle came home from Winchester to vote Tuesday Rev Mr W Catt closed a two weeks meeting Sunday night at Pine drove I additions and much good the re suit Rev A P Tomer of Sooth Carolina led the call to the Baptist church Uith hi All K ilck Renew Kxrarsiea to Atlanta lopwealths Attor The Kentucky Midland Railway iaar-lie eeuntv ciicuit court last week ranging for an excursion to At aula on His r and tl e evening of November LTth Hon John R unty attorney Tnaaa will leave Paris ek p s sue nted Mr 111 and connect w ithevc ursion train from Hon Pies Kiuiliall attorney for Frankfort at Georg town arriving at At lr Allen It lanta the lnxt is rumored lhat Mr ira Falconer a The party will use the sieepin wyer will letetve the at Atlanta The total cost ia- ant by Mr Kimball m will lie Bleeping car aaoawy 5 aaast ted a ith any Kentucky Midland Dcirg Well 1 Hop J Bi Â¬ te Iusli opeia II bonee is proT- lo the public 30h betnrning the part will leave At ianta Friday night arriving boo eSatur morning En- - t C D BkbcawG p A II ever body I Jl as un- - keiiolCs liratr w I In addition to at the Ciri of and Tiie plop ery tiling lhat ouudit to benefit ol the public Increase Hon Caaarlaa in HeM H said of a brother H of M Mr K Sam Kennedy this Ik- - mber of the senior daaa of the Southwestern Hi v died at his nur tlillertiiins B KePtllek Total - is K TaaaL Increase over the month ember Wnmjjfally Accum of 74 1 October 4th ol lid fever after several weeks i Mr Kenedy bei need ti one of the the Blue Grass and was a ery brilliant and popular student at to Mr the Southwestern Kennedy the collegi ves- lerday and the student- - adopte pnro-7i respect ortl tiate reaolntioos and syn pathy for his family i7 The faenhy and atndentssent a beauti ful floral design His death gloom over the college and his friends here witii whom he was very popalat I in Carlisle K grinning at popular K I lox ami 111s sop wio bare some of the best trotting It was from uotsea in Madison county eiitlemei that Gov luckner purchased his tine carriage horses when he went to Frankfort to live during his term of office and as the purchase was the talk of the county the elder Mr Fox DXiouS that the horse- - should They weie carefully the honor broken by his son Ihck and prior to sending them to Frankfort they were bar to the carriage and some ladies taken for a drive behind them Fo held the reins Just it-- the merry party came dashing down the Lexineton likeei mute home to the farm the espied the alder Foxaeated on the fence armed with an umbrella As the carriage came nearer he calmly stepped out in the middle of the road and opened the in brella in the tare ol the young tri Spirited as tliev were they did not flinch but the party in the carriage did and not even the old gentlemans explanation that he wished to test their gentleness served to propitiate them loir yearliitga raised by Fox were among the attrac ions at Lexington and one of these Docile a bay colt by Dr looker and driven bv young train- or the son of the former owner of Si ighted Mr N W Hnbinger the owner of Frank Agan that he pure Young Dick Fox is one of him the finest drivers whoever held the rib- ver a t oroughbrel and the eat enjovment of some of the Madison county youngsters is to he alio wed to hold on to the back of the snlky while betakes one of his speedy boraaaaronnd the training tracks Heres looking through a horse shoe at father and Â¬ fy rallied iik 11 Kentucky Ihiv at Atlanta FiiMtion Orchestra Iveiture Rt Rev Bishop Maes Opening Prayer Kentucky Mrs Jessie State Song Bowren Caldwell Wools by Mrs Mary Florence Taney Music by Prof Andrew J Boex Dedicated to Mrs Pashiell Stephenson Lie11tGov Alford Address Mrs Eugenia Dnnlap Potts Address Mrs S Gibson Humphreys Address Chenaiilt Miss Alice Hardeman Piano Solo Hon Thus P Carotbera Address Extract from Kentuckys Centenial Poem by Kentuckys Poet Iui- Major II T Stanton retta Mrs T L A ireve Address Violin Solo Miss Carrie Duke Poem Root-- Burns Wilson Rt Rev Bishop Dudley Prayer ienl WJ Hendrick Attorney Genl for Kentucky will announce and introduce the speakets Reception Committee Mrs Chenault Richmond Mrs Dishieil Stephenson Waco Mrs V S BessaaO Covington Ky rranklin Ky j Mrs Emms Walker Wateuwoiks Â¬ hare and preached Saturday and Sunday Rev S F Kelly will begin a protract ed meeting at Bybeetown next Sunday Judge las Benton and family of WinÂ¬ chester visited Mr Win Benton Saturday jnd Sunday Mies Mar Dudley entertained a few friends in honor of her birthday last Thursday evening among those present Misses Fannie Join - Maggie Ru were pard Katherine Maupin Fva Baumstark ena Taylor Dorsey Stocton and M Herbert and Harry Cosby Herbert Grigsa Harris and Willie Joe Scrivner Dan Rupard aid Dr Ioyntz A most delightful evening spent and and all venl away wishing Miss Mary a happy year and more bin Inlay entertainments Ill the landslide of last week in which the Republic ins wire suci cessiul no mention has been made of those places in this county of Democratic gains made and this is written that it may be put on record that Elli ton held her own but better still made a Deojocratic gain of 14 with an increased vote ovm last year between comparing the vote fo McCreary and Robert- - last year and Hardin and Brad lev this ear Voting Places Scckt KOB makii KAIl Â¬ Why Mr yes Mr Wheeler Wheeler even the beans go through 00 a course of Browning before they Locerrnxa Kv Nov 6 Shortly after come to the table S Co Bui-PA rsof letin i ircun coughs bronchia and throat affections ani iiiino i rier h vtiia pracUcaUy T ubiiioneil al What is it JonnyT PapaT Bend - cents in stamps to Worlds th- - eli ctici of ol W read a poem in my school reader which Dispensary Medical Association Buffalo Brae ley if not th entire rep1 W 1 he c itti r the re- - spoke of dogs of High degree ii- - i V 1711 r Hiiik lure inxi 3 s Iapa does that mean skye terriers Hinn bad tailed to Common Sen e Medical Adviser illusPittsburgh Chronicle ed for trated Well You licked Mamma ucce-wihit former deaio-- me last week for whaling Mramie rat c couen com lax to Setting grates done in good stve OB republican Watts and papa licked me yesterday ritli 0 3Ki ansae Johnny Phelps walloped me abort notice Leave orders at CLIMAX n w claims Cot The rrpuvilicr Well Im wondering whatU hapv office Joseph Rouan 0 ari Brail It pen some tune when it s a draw laim thit mmv more republtcaai v ill b Acre taere last Chicago Record net Turn the rascals out the familiar What kind of a reptile is that t party cry n av be applied to mien die askei pointing to i silver coi hi i maiit vith ruby eyes in the jewelry store well as to men The germs of d 1I I think its a garter snake he re that lurk in the blood are turned out at Uoia hour a plied And she didnt ask any more by Amis Saraaparills as effectually a ntir sanations for five the old po tmasters are displaced by a Record lislit vr an Onl Ouarrel new administation A general Did you hear about the burgiai Nov LaBCASTWS Ky red here over an oiu quarrel who was arrested this inorniii- Exposure to cold damp winds max Well I snpswea it No Wat for J is llariin snot and seriously wound result in pneumonia unless the system a prosperous must have lieen for breaking intooncr ed A B Brown sr kept invigorated with Hoods Jsraapa er His home is at McK reary Ky for I hear that be had got Ihiowa rilla bars ahtii some one hit him with a The prineipala were arrested Chicago Tribune stave Krce vpl latt Injuries Bnckinghama Dye for the Whisker Ky Nov 8 In it Vmsui iKoriii io s its wmk thoroughly coloring 1 uni3 quarrel at Pinevtlia Benry Sruuh hi form brown or hh ck which when dry B the head with an ron will neither rub wash off nor soil them rod inriictirg injuries which will re- i sui in hs death Smith escaped Both I P Anner has just received some are colored 1 BUCKEYE solitaire diamonds that are extra tine and Ate Too Much Wmt rmelon i cheap 17 20 Charlie vnlK Ky Kay Boukner colored li years of age died A new line of buggies carriages sur suddenly earned by having eaten the 1 CUBES NOTHING EOT PILES rie barouches and wagons jut received waole of a large watermelon They are dandies Come and see them l a y lounty lleunt From I A SURE nd CERTAIN CURE Made of t lie best materia and guaran known for IS years as the Iibfutv Ky Nov 8 Bradleys ma Â¬ teed Prices lowei than ever before jority in Casey county 181 tJriders BEST REMEDY for PILES Richmond CaSSiana Vork majority in Casey tiepublicau for legSOLO Alt DHtOGIUTS z S I Midkiff Proprietor isuuture ta 39- t riinzzza K in lrille VnK o i Uiui KlM b I rum ldDOli to 1S- - Erl January 1st 1 - v -- - 189 -- for One 1 I minutes--Philadelph- ia Dollar and i Twentv tive Cents in TABLERSllIi ltli I IHiJ V OINTMENT advance - lit bljiLlJllrMMlJ m lEegJafiJl ftfs ftLiMpJl fffBrifrfl jsfPialpsnaia ruTljIM I r TrfrgiirrSl I frTai T-- JC rrVi frrif rvil T rfrif rSjsrrVUgrrrU 7 raw lira rH r alfSJa m pi mi m fera 7ti N NEW GOODS NO HOLDOVERS fee rati 140 M 157 147 137 17 78 Mrs E ington Kv llerr I McDowell Wolfe Lex- JV 148 lUIUS III CLOTHING LIST OF LETTERS Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office Kv tor ihe week ending at Richmond Nov 805 1 We feel proud of our rain this year and if ever the Boss and bis asi ianta put theaaselves up aasja for election you nia count on Kilistoti precinct doin better than she did this time We wonder if Mr Kel ley still feels it in his bones thit he is noim to the Legis lature as he did in bis speech at the court house when he opened the cam paign B sra jtiJiS A st Abetter William Alverson Abe B Arnold Phil D mm mm In iI Sple John AWorrell alio rcsideil until re cently in Freemans Hollow near Bob that was lo re iast week the reort published in the Cincinnati hat he had k ear old son witti an BX ban lie was erroneous He says tie did brash him upside of the little with a rocking chair in a scrap they had lrt Use boy died of par Had wotked for T J Mixxlv weekis between the time of the Worrell says be scrap and his death and his wile have separated as si the ax handle story He refei- - to Iir W H Martin T- J Heady V Howard Williams Fiank Hampton Harper tirant Mrs Elizatieth Still oilier Burns Ad and Joe neighbors for truth of his statements Â¬ - Rev Pr M M Benton of Louisville had his valiae stoen while the train slopped a few minutes at the Lexington depot On arrival of the train at the ihio depot he left Chesapeake few minutes to stand as the latfrm and when the train started again to run town to the L A N depot Dr Benton returned to his seat only to find his valise He notified the police and they found it in the house of Mary Davis a woman fill reputein Adamstown Petel A N having rakeaeea oaUhe brought it there and was arraying him self with the nverend gentlemans linen and taken to the station He wearing the ministerial garments We have the greet consolation ot know ing that the fellow who got our valise didnt array bin sell in fine linen from it Paris Keniuckiaii t itizen FixeweU Eop Rev Benton was years ago rector of 1 lie vouug men of the Richmoi the Episcopal church in Richmond cial Club pave a farewell hop Monday Since Bradley took Blackburns valise Us have becomes fad niht 10 the M ises I tcber one af whom valise takii is soon to be married the other to rename icinuati with her jiarents Hotel Tuck a Special far Hume ion was the M cnc and ien J ihn Bone Russell of Hunting ngton furnished ihe music It ns ton and wife formerly Miss Nettie largely atteniled and was a briliant event this county the past several months with lelatives and Ik all riiosapaon Mt stlv at Hon I Speed uis Miss Sullivan H St Smiths Mrx Russell has been scilously lhat John W Hug1 Miss Bsod ft the ill bnt last week evnressed a desire in re il the iev Misses Letch in of imp The Pr ient I J lha i Bent com Misses Bent ti ihio raiiroad hearing of this in suit of the countv vs Ixmisville ilisri the use of his ice ern railroad In ni holders in cancel imaey On Monday after nt private car OOaocnreJ tlm arrival of the train fn in Stanford i uteri keen Mrs Agent V 15 this larr of tl It is ordered that Whi c Mrs R place had tl e JJBrooks Mrs W to the The private car which contained a bed and out of the levy K Bamam Mr- - I B Knackelford c utingi well Mt g uiiiernecessarvfii gentlemen were 1 II uerai ll iSPC u n eier m ing ivaiey wnio iri W B Bright Jas K 11 I ami In- and a tmii t Sha t Ul lli Mt eTle t H llbf tT A railroad Taylor I K a to Win- tock Neale Wi k T Burnam Hid Clay Job White H J J eale the party had safely a 1 iV-v 1 Â¬ Â¬ i 1 M--I I 11 Our lllil time Feeley Everybody will recall Feeley Roach linger who the running mate of Mr attended school here probably fifteen A ttairodebnrg C 1 special yearaago mentions him with other lawyers to wit The Mercer county tax payers are the action of the Fiscal Court to day in appropriating such huge addi tional tees to attorneys in the case of the county vs the Looieville Southern Rail- oiiipany especially as the rase wis recently decided against the countv in iiited States District Court at It is still pending in the 1nited vilie uit Hurt of Appeals at Cincinnati At a former arsaion of the Fiscal Court John 15 Thompson was allowed a fee of 4000 Messrs Humphrey A Ia- their contract was for a 11000 100 in any emergency and fixed ier cent on tiie amount gained net to B F RoacJi 1000 ami 101111 iy ungues jjuuu ine lollowing is from the iiroceeiiings of the Countv Court to day It is ordeted that John B Tho be paid out of tiie h ihe sum 00 the same being the balance of Oof which tofore paid as his fees for attoniej services in county vs Louisville - in cancel- Siuthern railroad in bonds TTT Bradford Phil Brsylock William asoostrrows M Uallew George Mrs Boats Whilst hi many Utopias have sprang Boyd T J Bolton from tlie minds of correspondents what Butts Samuel are they to do for celestial inhabitai C since the the election Cohen S Covington I izie i Mr VY Powell bad the honor of Cunningham John entertaining two of Winchesters popular I men Messrs Asa Bphsr and Jno lloii Dryer J B Dills Mollie kiu F A dextrous naodoata now finds her Francis Thomas Francis William skid taxeil in preparation for the fortb Flyiin Nannie Fitch George coming marriage G Buz Stevens ill pull up stakes Mr Garrwonnfr H C Green Csnrlie and take his saw mill to Clark county this Green Eadie Gibon Mrs Bernis week 1 pra ras BESTSUIT ill frrJtSl t IN TOWN Best Ulster in Town Overcoats ---- E --- pL frlii ralsl ii SID s have Tlu 11 11 gin ra ira 6 Chesterfialds Sack Long or Short As Yon May Want Them - - BEST MACKIT0SH ii cliili irmwL w- H D laved Harris Maud Hawkins Giles Hill Miss Kosie laden M C Hessler Julius I Jackson Mrs S Jones L M- Jackson Nannie Johnson C M M BKOoksrowx One shout for Hardin and ticket Messrs silas Baxter and VY G Powell nith their respective wives went to Winchester Monday court day HrH Box and Cape Styles ALL PRICES v are two to three dollars Iilisjw than a ami latest styles Ao hold over neoils tal items we want to call vour attention to II suit and ras Â¬ era rtu DluAWhAM v Meunier J Morris Mrs Janie Moynihan J H A Miller Maud Mo re May Morgan Jelitha Morelield ilinnie 0 Oldham Sone Park W H Mrs Parks I L Park Minnie Miss Palmer Jas Payne John Mr 1 A Tnrpin brought in twenty head of feeders last week which he will add to his already large drove of cattle The genial William Freeman of Mt Sterling III was with his friends here last week ere ended for this season as Beef n lo ii wn ni in mi uiai graces in proportion bnt those are tea s in- iiuve ail please you in any thing yu may want in oar line I THESE ARE HACGAINS and yoo caanof alford to puss them by lil l 1 piee till ru 11 new 1 others can approneh us and all we ask h to corns and inspect our line and be eenvineed that est and LARGEST LINE of Olothiiiir in this city lont bav chesn and shoddr anoda WHK Vol LIA15LK GOODS AT THE SAME PRICK t iitr line is complete in all branches Merchant Tailoring in all Suits at prices noi to bl liad al any other place Our tWO ptece Suits and see them nv t c bog kitbng time is beyond c and Thanksgiving turkey but a tale Rev W F Wvitts sonorous voice Thev contemplate dav church to Red II moving te iml stylish things O 1 E in the Bojl and Chihirens arth Mothers come lton li 1 tint rtila LxiCS nnieMiss Huberts Maria Mies s Schivanaper F HL r beaks Annie Mis e irt 1 Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair 1WE HAVE AH ELEGANT LINE OF CHE NEWEST THINGS cent on eveiv tiatr uruislim the beal one dollar shirt ii Aic hem while Jcall Dont buy anything an ha money Your ii 11 SH0ESI i -- m Wm hi fr im TZU mm SELECTIONS tx i AT - KoK i x ii vi I Mattie C BOTTOM PRICKS ami will iiiu in iiiiu line Miiris u si ro e nae w nar you want llk v 1 Nannie Terrill Mr Ttiniei Sohnyder T K W Ward Mrs Joseph a ker Mrs Blarre Walker J White V R 1M iry A A anl - ran iff nil r 3 W CREAM uisid White V P h Wo BAKING powom YEARS THE STANDARDw 215 iMIIM STREET TRiLORS KND CLOTHIERS RICHMOND KY JiLj 1 IITCHE The U Royal Baking Powder to all S Govt Reports B uiii1- - MOST PERFECT MADE Frei pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder 60m Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Or Prices Cream Baking Powder Wocidf Fair ttignsat fasoal and DifSSauv Dr Prices Cream Baking Powdei Worlds Fair Highest Award 40 ISfBalV ttu SgSffSfib D P Armer Has disposed of all hi olil stock of Jew elry and lias now on hand a nic e Deu clean assortment of Iiiaiiionrfs Watclie Clocks Jewelry and all the latest novel in the jewelry line that he is offering at leas th n they can taught in any market Dont niisn this chance bargains in teee lines All ask of you is to come and le convince that tliis is the place to gat Nu otto pooiU at prices that von can a lion to pay The Only One To Stand the Test Rev William Copp whose father was a physician for over fifty in New Jersey and who himself spent many years preparing for the practice of medicine hut qiiently entered the ministry of the I am glad M E Church writes to testify that I have had analyzed all the KENTUCKY It Wll B DAY THE MAIN STREET JEWELER tif sarsapanlla preparations known in the trade but Covington K 11 The Cov- ngton and Newport commission to the Atlanta exposition has published a ul little book entitled Poems n and Kentucky women of Newport This danty iittle leaflet licatei to Mrs Joseph Thompson president of the Worn ns Board of Managers at Atlanta and will b sold as a 6ouvenir of the Atlanta exposition The new state srg Kentucky will be sung on Kentucky Day X ber 6 at the Atlanta n by Mrs Jes ie Ho wren gram for Kentucky Day is a- follows Â¬ Stvle Crlrlrtl intlaas lniita Kijiiw at th At HAPPY KENTUCKIAN Trnniona torn Wasiii gra foli an Aerldent Upi iitiit of An- O Overture i Original Oabriel A Driver Webster Dp New Eagle M Kcstoration and C Potts deceas PowelL Increase James A Emberton Madi sonvilie lionki W Original Kirolina Hoffman Iouisville Jeffer anna Pott Carrie Jones Paducaii M Margaret E McCarter New ii ogle Mills rant i 11 Ky Nov to I A itid threw ooth o it ithont - hemp 7 injured Nov v Wedni Fire to the two luml belonging Co a S oi 7 I irt umber belonging Cai ton Nortltup deni 172ft Farni Kicum How- - Kei a Weather iv DwensboUO irdin fair and ticket will gut msjortty in Second i County ticket ic J Pugb Boyd 1313 h re was tine I 7 means so much more than The weather Lin- M in Poor Health yrrtii cl vu ttnamnp vs n PROFESSIONAL COLDMM ATT0H3T3 J A SCLLIVA ATTOBMMT AT LAW Richmond Kentucky Ofmc 106 Main Street up - 4B HOGG ATTOKSEY AT LAW I AYERS is Prayer AitdrcsR Kt the only one of Stat Words by Mrs M f We reahaps al- - REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS DONE ON SHORT NOTICE and warranted Old gold and silver Iwimlit or taken in exchange for new them that I could re com mend c hlood purifier I have given away hundreds of bottles of it as I consider it the safest as well AVm Corp as the best to be had Pastor M E Church Jackson Minn J Hi rx ar tldWH J Dashiell Sti ph UcCfcud 1 t LteatGov Mford nu Uulap Ijiureate roihera lennial Poem by i J Keatui ddre3 k loi t HT I liile von wail AYERS When in doubt ask for Ayers Pills as roem rayer Solo Xrs T H Starton Richmond Ky Nov Mr Frank Frederick his wife and little daughter who live five miles from 1arK were driving when their horse took fright Mrs Frederick was I brown from the buggy and lino split and was otherwise injured about tiie face be sides having iier right arm broken Mr Frederick an ithc little girl were isly injured Allan now at the infirmary at tm pi Kever la inleis on Connty L w IENci in k Ky N iv 5 Scar- Â¬ epidemic let fever has be oov in some pavrts of to Tyrone three and ore hdf miles east of Law rencebuig s ens to be the greatest i tin II II J 3035 lay II Oai le ounty at n on indicated the if the full vjte of the three polit- cil parti liAKUorKvni- Â¬ onim r Nov Ky u- ITetley c iiiiio Laves a injure SMI William a Bethel iiself He bowels several children T Depot Ky Nov 6 weather her is all that coud be wished Gr at interest is being taken Ml and tne m the elec e itire vote viil be polled serious and fatal diseases resulr from 7 trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures r greatest gift health If R ICHMON Office No - - KfntUKY V H eMITH ATTORSEJ AT LAW - RllHMONI ffire in I C k Drowns 1 THE MARKETS t Rt Bev Biaopi raret in a lar dollar ranging in pri and a half and two dollars that will niak new mu MuiiifBrtured only by Sarsaparijla jan--aati THE UNIT MOULDS FAIR FEW HOLMS fo 1 FRZEDOIV1 yi avill tt si leas than t a new one wil k 01 THE F P ROBINSON CO BRADLEYS HOME io Enthaiatir Oltoirat io at Honor of the llrtulra Iriumph Ky Nov Lascastkx fiwnmrrr Boston Mai iiavc a bbH lilted spectacle of any style will das that yiii I Id frame jiav rive dollar for that we will sell you at fifty seven cents -- warrant a -- MBaa fit Respect fully DPARMER The Blue Gra5 Herd OF DUROC- - JERSEY H Dm rLU QUIXIC Add OHllXL tiilM reis KROX1 THE KKST HERDS ol this id lot of piips lorsale flow lence solicited RH BRONHUGH Crab rciiarl Ky celebrate d in Central park Friday niht o irv won by her dis- tnc O tinruibhed townsman Itrad ley last Tswaslay Delegations from Danville Ri lim nS Stanford I lle and rniny other ooints at- Â¬ Hon Jno YV Yerkes tended of Danville chairman of the republican state central committo lude Geo M Davison of Stanford and several others of prominence made speecnes Anvils brass bands and kej s of powder furnished the noise The whole town was decorated with Japanese Col Bradley did not uet lanterns A banhome in time to be present quet was tendered the prominent speakers KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE II l laltiiil That It Will lt- a Tic and That the I ii uOiiant Governor ill Not Have the Daeaatva ote Lot viiiK Ky Nov 9 The Evening- Fast says that the general assembly will only be a tie when it meets and the election of a successor toSenator Hlackburn is a matter of conjecture the democrats havii and one democratic populist mailing- a total of 09 The re- Â¬ publicans will have OS and one repub Â¬ lican alliance vote making- a total of 09 The republicans claim that the governor Wortiiinjrton lieutenant will have the decisive vole thus insur- Â¬ ing them the senatorship Tiiis is an error however as the lieutenant governor as presiding ofHier of the senate can not vote in joint ballot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of Nicholas ounty scaled the wall- - of the pen it ntiary Saturday Bight and mile their escape but they were cap ured Sunday afternoon They had obtained partial suit- - of dtUens and hid theauelres in se jluded piace a few miles from t wa Two Crutcher brothers found them ind suspecting they were con- Â¬ victs brought them here Sunday night and will get the reward of 30 each Both of the men are serving twenty one vears for murder port and Riley Muekin tsiin1 tmm thp teiitUTitrarT but Are Ircntaret kankfokt Ky Nov 11 J tVarden a noted convict fom Newunirrt-r ly iij 1 sufferer thus far have been reporte aas resulted the Mr am Mrs i II Jones Several new but only one death child of ld Nov 7 Mrs James Frnca 5prns pitcnt of a prominent fanner fancy wntcr psti near rure was thrown from iier f silly j noise and serious Wheat No 4 red tr lnai ired re dent Nov 7 Col Win Ky Rmawsy r ucm I 7r NTov 9 Iron 0 i 1 ATTORNEYS Riciim cat ne6t r M at ove- II K- Law spring I 1 Â¬ 8 redriotn- t r Rittorc Im1 I 1d I I Iv i vI 1 r llS on Second aw Office street Chena i lit to Uke J m Tate 3 white No do W II 0 -- pniiiican ever is al- Â¬ I tut of Louisville while passing through this city on his way home from ern Kentucky was robbed of his at the C and O depot rested Peter Cooper a white man who had the valise in his pos ession Death tVa Cnexpected Ky Nov Mr R B Jillson r for many years a merchant in this city is dead at an advanced Stole a Minister Valiae Lkxino von Ky Nor Ber M M Benton of tiie Chorea of the Advent i ItC ready a candidate for tiie vice presi- Â¬ track at IT dency is Fair to itood shiptv rs tlT 4 8 choice butchers medium butchers Wa adfera Ceastty Free Tarnpikea 13 s 375 com non o Vl RSAnll - Ky Nov 7 Wool ford Vkal Ca Tsa lair to irood licht comof free turn- - SoO extra 65 comnian und large 2504 ity of 167 only 01 475 Hoos Select shippers uo CflO butch- votes wer inst it -Gi-t-- lc U No 2 mixe I trak imple white it st tie it 0c No No rejected mixed at white st It Cures rouoies prMtAAM tfA RlrAi lyivvu VVllOitVII Nervous ailments Malaria vvomens ccmpiamis aVaSVI SHACKELFORD ATTMXXT AT LAW l Dyspepsia Neuralgia Kidney and Liver K kHHMo Kr c iu all the Courtv Cet w ha crossed red t 1 W 8TEPHKS ratOND - I PABRJSH - ATTORNEY AT LAW Fair V Bautiul V Kr - Mni Frankfort Park by United tttes Marshal Tucker in a street fight Wednesday Shot by a V s Mar hat Nov 7 Charles Kitsiu no Ky ot in the arm 3 K0OQ so ji t common to caeisa to fair 385 J100 16 tra good to choice IS 25 375 couimoa to fair ii50 pood Sheep and Jambs bhrrp Extras iiimnn i ml rou h 3 00 35 e o Pnents Caarlv CiivejiN Trjiie Mirks Keuurt as to patcnlin write Me SHE ELOP D Saturday morning they found her missing If they had looked into the probate court Saturday m rniag tney would have seen their daughter being married by Squira James to rrantc Lambert of Verona Boone county E he went out of the secon i story window climbed down the lattice work on the porch and alighted in the arms of her lover v Climbed Down From Her Srroncl Story Room and Met Her Inv r Covington Ky Nov 11 When the parents of Elite Alexander of Zio Station Grant county Ky awoke i age About a year ago owing to ill health he retired from business and though he had not been well at anv time recently his death was unexpected Â¬ Masters and served tare r the cri e Lately he moved here and now has Masters two sons arrested for threatening his life They say he shall not live here and he declares he will i rouhli Kxp ctel NiciioiAs vniK Ky Nov 5 Twen ty years ago Wade Soper killed Martin 1 Jfffi rson iitk Ind Nov 7 Henry Webb a lifetime prisoner escaped from the penitentiary Wednes day afternoon by eluding a foreman lie is supposed to be heavily armed He was working as a trusty outside the walls A reward of S 0t has been offered for his caature Â¬ LliV Convict Ksf upeiK Â¬ Wool Unwashed Fine merino per lb 8 Vc quarter Mood clothing iiiIic medium delaine and clothing 14c coarse 12iKV diuiu combmir H lie Washed Fine merino X to XX per lb At no e tot nil lc delaiae fleece Ii lGc Ion combing 17s 18c quarter blood a id low 13 lie i DH MYERS of Bclore applying for a patent PHTSICIAKS Proprietor Whsat oun No Oa No No 1 redcish iO Kc Toiloo O Nov 66 December c The Kentucky- Planing Mills WHolhsAIE AND KLTAil UK i l DR JOHN M FOSTER RlCHMiNl - - - kr Telephone at office and residence Btxed easa tc Itoy Cut in i wo Nov 7 Rrc An Â¬ Â¬ ts Nom ina i No 1 Sa No 3 do cVic 3 white tVic- - KIt IN G W KVANS M i cah 1 i The two it populist members of tiie household the Senator McChord Kenig nft YOU IT TICKLES hall mm at power in the senatorial Fkankkokt Ky Nov 11 Hon C C the INSTANT KEUEF rou BET mom me Returns from all the legislatiTe McChord of Springfield tendered his disirif1 exerpt Kentoa county an- in resignation to Gov Brown a da3- - or anl tins is tue way the legislature two ago as railroad commissioner from Stan the Second district and Hon Joseph N Saunders of Stanford was Satur Dem R p Pop DtL 4 Hou e M i ippointed in his place Mr Mc 16 was elected state senator last CURES Tuesday and Mr Saunders will serve e 67 Joint i tin- twj popalists one in the out the remainder of his term wiiich ties Hues of HEALS a Serpents Baca etc baa beea a democrat and the is til January 1 Mr Stunders is a aaV-pe Influenza V BREAKS UP otiier a republican briht young lawyer and made a wide asl Ar Vnr Tr reputation as a member from Wash JL good - Does Good every time Good Smells EeryaVr Tastes B3c Pe- Boll c No mt on the Icitaf J ntral ington county iu the last legislature Reiel No Pay Sell it 25c and A bad Nov Covimiov Ky 9 IWEDIi May Get Hie sntence ommuted SPRINGFIELD arreck o icarrrd on the Kentucky Central roiUM Okkkn Ky Nov 11 Gov Friday atoning at 310 1 Brown has again set the da3 for Co-Â¬ two allies this side of Mornintr Vcu lumbus Phelps to be hanged He was seventeen miles out from the eitv to oe hanged November 8 but a respite One man was killed He was Win Hudson of Lexington and be was was granted for two weeks and the cominp up with a ear of yearling foi day is now November 22 On account the Uibies of Eugene Leigh the well of the murderer being nearly 70 years an effort is being made to get his known h TUe cause of the wreck was an open switch and the sentence commuted to life imprisor smash up was a bad one delaying ment all trade on the rojd for many hours reparinr for th Inangural HAS JUST RETURNED Frankfokt Ky Nov 11 The peo- Â¬ BEADY Jufl Kt4tia K u4it to Sit FbVXKFOBT Ky Nov U Tne court ple of the state capital are already of a Ser beginning to prepare for the inaugu-r-itoof Gov elect Bradley and t Hiil to request Jadge Eastin to Worthington December 10 THERE III BOI illT AN 1M with the court Jadge East in tatin-r OF III that his commission and indications now are that it will be tiie in s elanorate affair of the kind of ap r l with the election of hi successor and as the vote ever witnessed in this state which elected Durelle has not been Col t odhnatf r Muliions eaavsiaed there is a vacancy on the Lexington Ky Nov 11 Messrs appellate bench until the vote is certisr and Sibley of Franklin Pa fied have com Dieted arrangements with AT com- Â¬ Had a Morniy laaaama Col R P Todhunter for the care of a FsVaJTatroirr Ky Nov ii It is said number of tneir trotting stallions and SUB MARINE PRICES Â¬ there ua a stormy cation of the sink mi res and will ship next week about inir fund board at its meeting lriday 0 head to the Tates Creek farm in ad it afternoon to decide bids for public charge of McClelland Waters inanti printing The lonrd is composed of rapt H Clar 1ayun Mind Gone Gov Brown Secretary Headiey Au Iiankfoit Ky Nov 11 Capt 11 ditor Norman Treasurer Hale ana At- Clay Payne until recently assistant torney General Herulriek The board adjourned over till Saturday without prison keeper and tardmaster at the penitentiary became suddenly insane awarding the contract Saturday afternoon and attempted to i rlebratiou at mil uis son lefore he could VaKi kbi-im Ky Nov 9 Ti e re- Â¬ oe overpowered He has been com Â¬ publicans of this countv Friday night mitted to the asylum celebrated the rietorypf the state and Mr lellaad Men Perkins t The city was crowded a LkxinoIon Ky Nov 11 Soup with people and the wildest enthusiasm prevni cii A grand parade trav Perkins iias been engaged bt Hvron the principal streets headed by McClelland to ride for that turfman has bris bands One of the interesting again next year Perkinsservice givens th features was a log cabin drawn by McClelland satisfactory eaNon and says Mr McClelland will Â¬ eirht white horses OUR have a crack V in Prince IirU ata Mivr Lief LATEST Ky Nov 9 Frank It Here Arother Candidate Armstrong has been selected bv the Marion Ky Nov 11 Hon W J council of Paris Ky as mayor to one of the strongest reaublic fh out the unexpired term of John T com- Â¬ Kentucky and who ins limton wiio was elected representa- four in western made ago the race for con- Â¬ tive of Bourbon county in the next gressyears has announced his candidacy for Kentucky legislature Mr Will O - senator OF A FINE Hinton was elected councilman in Mr Armstrongs niace Heavy Kain at Verdaillea Their rii Peatpaaeal VeIsaiiiks Ky Nov 11 A heavy Paris Ky Nov 9 The examining rain fell throughout thissection which FOR ONLY trial of Nick Fletcher and Miss Hear will a rest the injury to the wneat planted i rlng the drought Crouch charged with being at at K V to the murder of Doc Eiiington which ALL DAY DUEI et for I en post a poned tint nt of the Two Kentucky Darkies ttaat d Txt ol 13 2 LOCWTUXX X 9 nipnMpftTftrr II1I Hold th llalaii- or Ky Ioirrr The board of trade and Commercial club have in vited Gov elect Bradley to be their guest on the official trio to the Atlanta exposition wiiich leaves here next Wedneaday CoL Bradley who is at tending court here will be through by Tuesday night and will in all prob ability accept the invitation Gov lirown was compelled to decline an invitation as he was unable to get away A large crowd is expected to leave here for the exposition and Ken tucky any will be properly honored Nov 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IorisviiiE ItrndleT At ill Arcompany Them he Ky Lkxinoton Ida and Ella Nelson tiie giri tramps en route from Chicago to Jacksonville Da left Lexington at 1140 Monday morning for Middlesborougn wiere they will have tiiei- sinned and then go on to Knoxville Heuaeraon H Sella J Mill lturnei HknDoIIsox Ky Nov 6 - Tne HenÂ¬ trl 1 raaafM Ky Nov a unknown it 10 years old while walking along the railroad tracic between this city and New Albany Wed nesday night was run own by an approaching dirky passenger train and cut in two an almost unrecognizable mass Worlos Keronl Itrok n Baitimok Nov Jkffki on iiiK Ind Wheat e5Vc No No New York Nov red dull December December obs -- t dil eJ 35ij3 Sc i Nov 8 - 9 Rougli smd DrGssGd Lainlier W j self ny pro Hash Bunds Mori I December Oats No Z3c Kay teady western Sc Chicago BauGLaa I iMK Haik Ktc TOBAGCCO dins Laths SPECIALTY D11ST Jjjj DR T J TAYLOR Pm Richmond Store Office on Second Srrr ct over Yea I on December sold it ened Si wheat opered at Puts op la t price HOGSHEADS 11 prico Main Street Richmond Ky List of Syracuse X Y Stearns teami broke the five mile paced road bicvcie record lie made the dis here Wednesday vn minutes and seventeen Seconds paced by three tandems Nt V is lust price il 1 J Cattle BtTFALo Nov 8 Market dull and weak Veals linn lent t Iiir fiin 000000 People Wear KeMiienc - reet 57 mixed Backers o7 derson Hominy mills were burned at tn is place Monday morning nt fioc The loss is estimated par tially covered by iosurai auk PresMeal Iead Nv r Ky Lkxinoton 1 1 H M 4 ahiuno ton Nov 7 The president I 3 50 heavy export an ila lambs it i io and Senator lorman of Maryland the -7 common to fair two most prominent democrats here 110 wool ives to be in- pitisauaoa Pa Nov 9 i urviewed Wednesday Cattle -- Prime fs4 4 5e liil Ha Notliitisj to say x to p and IAMii goo 3 Prime lambs PROCESS WLDouglas Sloes HAN d t nUyLJ IN THE m BEST -SEWED 500 DR II R GIBSON PHYSICIAN AM Richmond ond Street Office in the Joe oI Roseberry tural presdent of tiie banK of Paris Ky LIGHTNING HOT DROPS f lle was K years old and leaves a family weil provide i for Br wn FaasKFOBT Gov t ill Kesftd Agricul- Â¬ died of paral f C f Gov Brown has confirmed the reports that he will ake up bis residence in Louisville at tne close of his term and engage iu the iractice of iaw 5 KyNov tn LeatsviUe Campbell Hoos Phi adelphli 1330 390 best light county fives Bradley about 800 plural ity and sends Hissem to the senate and heavy tM 300 good Mat and Lyons and Lieberth to the house fair fl40 2 in arnbreal eatvea majorities In Newport the A llAI 11MOUE Ncv 9 P A decided the election of therepub o 2 red spot and NoWiiEAT lican ticket with the possible i r Decemb steamer No 2 red tion of Morton for engineer beaten 6JStEc by Giazier democrat by twenty votes Costa Mixed spot ind November 3V83c 8 - NatWFpKT amphe County Ky Nov Vote good butch and stairs rlO SoO fre h cows and springers 15 to 4oo 350 250 ForMen Wear W- Tir A N m - WORLD Kn 18 5300 Mtns building and 20 250 200 1T5 For Boys IBiYClliaS CIIAS HOOKER VETEKISAKY SUJtGl Vctrr Ho YertteK Dt clilK -7 x Â¬ Â¬ E V ELDER ARE NOW WE FROM NEW YORK I ome one eome all n Lieut-Gov-ele- DRY GOODS 1 and sec the largest line ol Boots Shoes and Hats ever brought to Richmond Our stock is now plete in every depart ment We have all the latest styles and we have them at the right prices We promise to save every customer money who makes purchase of us tliis fall Our Â¬ do - c bid Yerkes inclined to be interviewed 8m Na 2 43 4 c near by 45 4 c with reference to the gossip coupling s making great preparations fo lant v loiis Ind Nov 9 his name with the United State scta meeting of tiie National iox Hunters Ca rTiE Market unchanged His iuring the week Defining torship to succeed Biackburn choice medium and heavy 3 50j3 65 friends in this part of the state will mixed choice November urge his election Died From Heart lieae common vel iire Yote than Brown ocjp 250175 Nov Ky FuANKKour JM Ky Lot IsViiik 8 Nov Lytic at a cabinetmaker 4 dropped AFFUCTED VITH SCROFULA Buchanan chairman of the democratic rom heart disease Monday after city and county committee calls atri on My son was tronliled all of last wintention to the fact that Hardin receivsteamboat Dodges a Horse and Hntrr ed SC88 more votes ia Louisville and ter with scrofula ii his throat and began y than Gov Brown did taking Hoods Sarsaparilia and iinprovi Mauison Ind Nov The steam- Jeffin 18Jl er Little Sandy had to stop in at once ami now he laetBfl to le entirelv river Sunday until a horse and carriage Senoiwly llurneil I have always been iDsproved in well by passed Lkxingtox Ivy v sRchard health and strength by tisinj UoomIi Pope inanutrer cf the Southern Dye Hradley Plurality Still Growing aim C W Jaccba Pul burned Thursday Sarsjiparilla Lot isviiLE Ky Nov 7 As time House wi ninrr a psir of cur lertui Ky Hoods lills cure indiges passes Col Bradleys majority in- afternoon creases heavily over the first figures tains with benzine The friction of tion and hilionthe brush caused the benzine to ijr given Wednesday nignt at IS oclock nite it was estimated at not less than 12 Lightning Ho 000 Baan Mil 111 law Out Thursday morning with complete reports from 111 counties and Nov t At Lawiin biko Ky What a Funnv Ncmc only 8 to iiear from his purahty over Camden a few miles from here Lan Vry True but it Kills AH P Gen Hardin is 175JO The 7 counties don Gunter beat out the brains of Ken Solo Everywhere Every Day that had not been reported Thursday Catlett in a Igrht over the election Without Relief There is No Par afternoon were Jackson Knott Leslie IJoth men were drunk It ia claimed Magjfiin Menifee Metcilf and Web- there was an accessory to the leu ster The e 7 counties in 1803 a demo-Â¬ cratic year gave a republican plurality of 914 votes In is 14 tluy gave a democratic plurality of But as an independent was in the race last year in several of the counties the vote is not a fair bass Fox Hnnter Ky OwiNosvuii Meetinc- - Danviiik Ky Nov to Talk 8 Hon Nov 1 This city W John November nominal for old mixed - -- No 34 35c St SIOO to white estern ttilth ce I ousuie htoo K DonKl v ry and Sterility R a S hmond pa uii A H IKVAIM ASU 8UMG1 - 23- - tMe Na S lMClaIi JA- 0- iSSSMAlT Uuiili PHYSICIAN Richmond Street y OrriiE treet over Covn 215 Mnin Mitchells clothing store kesulen 3KHTUCKYfS WATT REMEDY CO KY DR A rSH Richmond lair 1a - KENNEDY x AND S - BON Kim 204 4 Â¬ Â¬ RICHMOND I in Smith Building No ItfiLc hours 12 to 1 an J Main So to Â¬ - l Positive Cure FOR DENTAL STGEST WELBY Kichmond V IURGIN Kentucky No 6 Second Liquor Morphine Â¬ Cocaine Tobacco Habits CURES GUA For full particulars adiii RA D EST 1ST - Office over Chcnault s grocery NT E E DR A WILKES SMITH D DENTAL SURGEON RicHMoNii - T 11 B - STEPHENSON Manager - Kin Ofice 3- - Â¬ li7 Io Â¬ lH SsSfel THINK reach SHOE 185 We have all the latest styles stiff price that our petitors can not in goods were bought before the great ad vance in leather and we can make yen a two-year-o- ld Ijxiton and soft Hats Dont buy hat until you Board t hounds to scent a fox and the executive committee of the National Fox hunters association has decided to postpone the coming Owensvilie meet from the 17th of this month until the Sd of December Bath county is full of foxes and should there be sufficient rainfall between now and December the meet will probably be much more successful than last years whicu was ruined by the dry weather TrouMe for the Women Lex no ton Kv Nov The wom- Â¬ ans ticket elected for the board of education here it seems will have some trouble before being recognized by the city democratic committee The law requires the clerks of election to report to the secretary of the board of education then in charge but instead the clerks turned over the returns to the county clerk and the democratic committees ticket which was defeated will make a fight against allowing the elected board being sworn Â¬ Â¬ drought has made it impossible for Fox Hunts Lkxington Ky tpnned Nov S The long COAL NEW GOODS Wui l E Offici Smith building Main Street hours 900 to ij M 100 to 4 V M Practice limited as dentistry J C MOKi I J A YATS MOUiAN k FATES DESTISTKICHMOND Street - L to SKlNT Dealers In BEATTYVILLE AND SOUTHERN KY COALS Bank Offics Main over Madison National v J L HARRIS Ii D D Richmond - I - - Â¬ Office on Irvine OPPOSITE street Collin Ktsnvki THEto Crown and bridge work a specialty Office in building Mam street Office hours 0 a m to it nt 1 to 4 p m DEAblKG -- New Opera House Lowcs l prices grararteed on spplication and wil compete with any coal in the b c pons AGENT market It 1 in ri Our Ql Of MlBUBttCOKKS CHICAGO f can see our of Trade illne- - i wealths wit- - Blue i i ass soit iinii The Big Store AT YOUR HOME We have a large line of Gloves stn HutS Handkerchiefs Hosiery Suspenders Underwear Neck Wear Collars and Cuffs Shirt Jewelry e Polish and 208 Page Fall Catalogue Handsomely illustrated and filled from id with best selections immense stocks will be sent prompt on application Blacking School Shotis a specialty i The vicinTi iei r ity of Saffrons grocery a short dis K Nv9 T C Mcfrom thU city on the Ash Bottom was the scene of Down brec ier and It be will gan at t10 oclock in the afternoon n a few days fo here and laste I with intermissions until entrelv shotguns and pistols rid of the malarial fever wnichciine were brought into V so near taking him i ff ash Suit and Ed Simmons were the principals Loth are en orel The Ktnrkr Iotil Matter trouble grew out of a crap game Wash- ne folio Simmons slapped Smith in the face at fourth cii era were ng a pistoi bmitb rday Muldraugh Meade the same county HezeKiah Bettor Tannery ran and two ballets tired at him uty Owen Osborn The post pierced his coat Smith returned with ollice at ron county has a pistol and bo Ammunition was renewed and the been riiseiritinued fiiit sraa kept up the best part of the Mm Wairuit ar akt- the Bin without injury tu Nov 9 It develop- - Hiieriiooii tat lira Lizzie McKee Walcntt j either NOT OVLR YET hbrsrian Tne Thai Ron 111011 t Leu iictnu Cir is now ueld l ry lirown r f ilrt liKlnti t4r the Ky in Nov 1 The Chaftrsaaa Ycrkfi Ovt of the Uace likely a I i i 1 Ammunition Near Loti viiiK Ky Nov loutrille Bklikvlk Got Hit Hair Ky Nov lot 8 Â¬ twenty years ago that he would not have his hair cut until a republican Thursday night he repaired to Hansens barber shop on Fairfax avenue was elected governor of Kentucky He was then 20 years of age and on of Washington avenue vowed Charles E Â¬ vue where he was shorn of his locks Hansen had almost enough hair on his floor after the operation to make a hair mattress for a large sized Kentucky Will HatSfa Rppublirn Senator tjli ioijsviiLK Kt Nov Ihi Uu UKSIRKTs Miki And Low Prie Our bnjer lias rcurnei from the Eastern markets after a prolonged stav in search ofllie best values for the least money and feels attitd that never before lias there been such a well assort- Â¬ OUR PLANS OF OIKKAIION AS- B SAFETY bl h ed stock of g mils brongfat to this market bought for cash and to be OF INVESTMENT sold fur the smallest profits ever known in the history of the drv kc Mr money earn you a monthly trade Space will not permit us to enumerate Let us fay that we Assets 10 and more made daily by our new have all the leading staples in Blankets Flannels Hosiery Q loves lmiic plan ol operation on sma inSurplus Corsets ovc for ladies misses and children also Jentlew 10111 10 upwards All we ask is lor m u to it veMigate oui and Underwear new ard original meth d Vn t workings Inleaders for this season will be our Capes and Jackets for la Â¬ ol plan and htahrsl references fern shed IU Forms dies and misses in fur and cloth all styles and all a dors and for less Point kik Hints how 10 onev and other intormatio i sent money than ever before Our novelty Dress Suitings Velvets and GMMOKE CO Trimmings demand your special attention They are new stylish Bra d of Trade Bld Chicago II handsome and cheap Tabl Napkins and Towels in endless varieties SPECIAL To cash pun will give n handsome clock WarehoussT Coal Yard as a premium when the purchases amount to s i over Examine l 1wlrlr iiiuuu in ate 1101 iiuie 01 iittioeiHi u til warranted to kceo cor- io reet time MONE Y ilri NEW YORK LIFE 162000000 20000000 ol I - - Pciisiss Written IS-- 11 y iiy bi 1 - - 11 11 ad CHEAP 1 an fluims and democratic conci s show that not only has KentucK elected the fui reoublit an stats tiL t but that the complexion of the lature assures a republican successor to United Mates Senator Blackburn chairmai assurad - White iViadisMi Gibson 7 rvately the warehouse and od eartheK C R R Station 1 Kennil v This ioc COAL ion t valuable onl I The 1806 Ii BLAJITON ior hi rv 1 When von can get a better article to me monev I am offering ibe BET in the market at the same price vou oJ have to pay to other dealers for in cheap coal oatic nt to Monumental Works MANCFACTITRK1 Sl DKLKK IX FREE When sending for paper it mention man presented eHtetice i rej y and state anaoanced urnitia in W taM Defeated at f Ij iington -- In EXPECTANT iMOTHERS We Offer Yaa this 11 I that to be or ill not ajrree to 1111- - for Ham the Mint tight for rauii ton the republicans in years electei ley Miivard the Foreii - and - inericu - UUe ANDGR ToMBa Ktr iKoy walca a ice and yard corner Mdin and B one square trom the Court 13 SS K safet a ffOl- - 14 MOTHERS FRIEND 1 SPECIALTY Mz aWlMMs of lOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALIT Jp on I i 1 lit have the latest styles and lowest toady prices we om water ster und e tiary irs in tue peuiten- my ere the of 333 v tvi members of the buneilaiet are rt Bardla ainel flut governor left FINE WORK i8 Fin Horror ana W v IHr WORMS WHITES CREU Has lad all WORM Remedies EVESY BOTTLE GRAMTEED MU BT AIO DRlSwlSTS rvM 11 ttrlilMH nxtiM rs 3T laCIs MrilKlW IHIIM Wallace k Rice tmr Wr ressv 5 Book rseelpc ot To Moih- - VERMIFUGE FOR YEARS 20 BT AIX BEUOQItM