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If VOLUME IX i fSI RICHMOND OK ffi 1 aoenaaVB MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY or l fit l WEDNESDAY mm m Highest of all in Leavening Power i m NUMBEK 25 NOVEMBER 27 1895 Latest U S OF KY d IHB CnUBCH LOCALLY K DBOWNING ELDER ABNOLDS TWO 60N II EX COMMONWEALTH8 ATTOBNEY HERNLMIVS LUCK apt William llerndon of Lanoestar retained from Texas Sunday whither he bad been to hok after property left by his uncle Patrick who went from Ken lucky in 11 to Missouri and from there i rlesns w ith a lot of mules in lie was never heard of by the family after that tii recently a Texas r discovered that he left some 4XH The I of land on the Bio Grande captain was notified and he went So investigate He f innd that the land is rich in gold and otherwise valuable with a railroad building towards it and will be able to dearly establish his rights as heir After leaving New Orleans his uncle wen to what was then the Republic of i and joined the army to tight the He with many others wot Mexicans captured shortly afterwards and the whole lot idiot There are four s heirs to the estate aiil the captain will come in fur a share and heres hoping hell get millions out of it Stanford Journal SHOT BY OFFICEB ALLISON Govt Report una pi i CORRESPONDENCE r Pe -- ii ra kfor a 11 at In haiinoiiv with the great of v avert od ti i Savior niteiit iiiiiiv ol ie Hap- - i tith in and dis- - erKioo of a r and KX0WLE1 ment and when of th - that apuwive symbol of Kpint tanactioa in of to m 4 the lmrial aril res -- Hum l rrrctioo J A h Col iiiir v re i - liquid in the tincr i We Bill teach men that in all niat tera pertaining t truth and righteous tne and dix iplinethev takeas tlndr guide the word of the Lopias ie- d and New Testament Ii m most ru i Sr 1 v In the light of this word we n i and rirti long i with secret te the name ofCbrMl lnm serin hex e a neth- Â¬ rmg th qunrs as a i use er by In the light of - or national law this word all other ens ie adjudp re the church irsi l will uot W ENJOYABLE EVEXIHG W i UllY 11 V OUT The news of the drowning of the Arnold broil iuel in a brief die Capital proved all too patch to yi true While details of the harrow ing ac cident are still meager enough is known the lost as Dalton P and Henry who asa hoy was familiarly and inately known to his iutiunati Dak was the eldest living of the seven Brothers Next to him in Tom who is in Cincinnati and Henry the other loot brother was Beat t Tom Jim whose tragic death oc i ured in Texas aixtaea years ago ai d Ripley the New York lawyer who died the eld st two and just oller than Dalt Only three of these They even stalwart brothers remdn are Tom of Cincinnati Glen who is with his brother at Ixwington and ins the youngest who lives with his parents near town When t lit- accident occtired Mrs Arnold was at the home of her daughter Mr Mrs H T Groom in Leztagtoo Arnold and his youngest eon wereat their home neai this city Mr and Via Groom had just left Lexington and were en route to their little winter home Balm Beach at wliich jioiiit they are vainly exjiect join Dalt and Henry The Cap ital contained the first news that any of them had of the disaster A copy of it rrieel hy Mr Y B Jenkins up to the Arnold home near town yesterday when Mi It nioining 1c kins arrived that Mr Ardohl v uninformed of the fata of ids sous and the task of breaking the new to tic n-law - r Blue Lick Bev J O Allen returned Saturday night from a long visit to his children in Indiana much improved in health and will leave for Cla- - county his former home in a few days He preached at oYal iS2sa at present now Mr Win V ilson who has for th three years been serving in the Inited States Army left here Saturday for Cincinnati to get his discharge He returned Tuesday and expects to reside here some r Schrlul SOUTHERN HALLWAY Ooe Fourtb SHORTEST ROUTE Between Louisville and Lexington In Effort MUr IS 1890 No 1 of Regular price THATS TIE 01 ABSOLUTELY PCJRF has it Ktb mod No 5 7 o8 1ipni 20pm Hi CAPITAL - Kv CoUeg Monday evening was thoroughly enjoved ethatatteoeded - oi eii ly eiitertau from a and in tl nit t- i stiuineiital musi sing tare William Bryant Co Tell was Minnie El-M- distil Mr Koht H while the if the the entertainment hinson contrihuted two il elegant easily acquired hy her in this art and her eSbtta were warmly ill ed hv tiie people rTl by Miss Elliott - charm recital ended with vocal quartette iil Elliott and John Lao mied by reoce liich the auilieni t thankful to the mi Ivy coll evening Slayfieid Mirror n A BAD SEGKO CAUGHT nty officia uli- - Win after a law He e up his away anl that is gone quickly and stay away after be win ar- - pllli I pi II mind to to point was that ol Milton two two aaont idrl near his home in Ih Steers liiu but he was gine Cir- uiil an indii-tfor rape was promptly found and a warrant tor bis art It uce heen learned that be went to Madison county and worked oa the rail Beraa While there about ten a white woman and aftei choking her into -- terrible wa his cnef that it was time before Mr Arnold recovered tiiciently to i eml the dreaded her at Lexington and to hurrying tor and brother-in-lad the accident on to tl The latter occurred in the afternoon of who went to Texas Dalt Tuesday time ago iter and settled imi lla where he had begun the practice of law and steadier He had lieen joined there by il ver recently they had gone Palm Beach to spend the winter in Mr and Mrs irooms little booM on the bay Tuesday afternoon they took il boat and went out int the bay The wind was high but with character srkleai courage they took their little craft on out of the inlet ami virtually into i The wind grew stronger and before they eontd turn hack into the bay The sail boat was capsized blew a gale Peoole from the shore saw the hfiat turn over Both brothers giaape at the but must have heen hurt lor they let go very soon and disappeared before any help could even start from the They were so far out and the waves were h that their bodies moat have been carried out into the sea A search ior them proved fruit There are two reasons to believe that Ddt at Last must have been hurt or he would have inside a greater lig life than appeared from shore One is that he was known by his boyhood - here to have been not only an athand iu fact bat a lete in ap magnificent swimmer one of the best among the hoys a no used to live in the An Kentucky river about Frankfort other reason is contained in a letter written by Dalt to Mr W B Jenkins go Ill this letter aftei ut the nice progress he was beginning to make in the practice of jhis one So w Â¬ lireat excitement was caused o street Monday afternoon about 4 oclock when two shots tired in rapid slices sion rang out in the esirs of a court day Crowd people scattering in all directon Policeman Allison had shot Taylor Ad- Â¬ ams the halls taking effect in both arms Adams who was drunk mounted ids anl became very boisterous Using offentdve language in the preset Allison ask both ladies and gentlemen ed Adams to please not indulge in such talk or he would have to enforce the law wbereup M Adams with an oath attempted to ride his horse over Allison tin animal rearing up striking Allison with its fre feet knocked him to the ground As the officer arose he Brad Adam two shuts as abose stated taken to the office of Dr T R Welch where his wounds were dressed the ho lies ol the left arm being found badly shattered while the wound in the right arm was not earioanj at all Nicholas ville Journal ANALYSIS OF THE VOTE Â¬ Iilot Knob church Sunday evening Mrs Nancy McCullnm will soon re move with her family to Manci She has made many friends during her short stay here w ho ill lie sorry of her departure Preparations for Thanksgiving are be ing made ami turkeys are being fattened for the occasion The rain of lasi week did great here hut the cold spell which followed found many people unprepared with warm clothing to safely meet it It im proved the shoe trade very much Mr John Johnson has gone to Rockcastle county on bus A wedding is hand and the high contracting panics are an aged wid Â¬ ower prominent in church circle- - and a Full particulars after the young widow event oecn Hog killing time and manv swine hive been hung upon the gam- ticks and cut up into spareribs aad back hones sausage meat and hsicon In every house one enters now he can find the women folks with their knitting needles busily at work making yarn for winter They will Â¬ -Â¬ your correspondeut THE MARKETS Cincinnati Not Flour Spring patent 3i0 aTO sprint fancy a Iiv Ar Ar Ar Ax Iouisrille Lawrenceburg Versailles ShelbTviUe Lex d ion ilOOOam olTpm JsPmJ 10 Mam T 06pm 4jvm 350pzn 612am 6irpmi BUT 10rm No Â¬ winter patent family 55 oi i30 time Corn gathering is in season and there is a good yield this year C C McW hoiter who now holds the ixisition as clerk lor Wallace A Iiyett is building a house for Frank Helton to oc- Â¬ cupy as he will work for him the following year t Hogs Selet shippers 3 iu30 steady on others butchers 150 ia55 packers V 4 j SW good llgt t t3 45ia60 common and roueh 0 3 35 Wheat Tne market was quiet with valuei practically unchargeCOBS Sale No 3 mixed track Sic yet low ear to anlre SJc mixed ear track 2c Oats Saleic No 2 mixed track No white tra k 23c Ca tib Fair to rood shippers- - 3 choice butcher medium butch- Â¬ ers 3 6 37i common a 0U Veal Calves Fair to good nana J528 4P0 extra W2 omrnon and large 13003500 t 80 i303 spring family 1225 2l fancy i7S Wait bound s No 4 No a ERCIAL FOK extra i40 a00s3iO 2c Ar Ar Louisville Trains Nos Chair Cars Lt Leilceton Ki Versal Lawrenceburg lr Shelbyville 1 1 i OOom CTpm 4VJIT 5 7 Iun H14m 8 UIITED THE 47pm 15pm 11 t ttm 1 Pot Xiam aal t carry Free OaeraUoa Ho IS No 11 330pmrT4Sam Mpm 10 UOam 7 pfHtaatj far Taar Pn k f Et tariT to ft-- is JiSi Katbimnd Lt Louiav ile Ar LawTenceourj Ar IlaimtHsun Ar Burgn WMttuaod Lt Burein Una lanMtMMi t Ssoaa fa Taimll 0pml0 No IS No 14 Lena Ward of Mr J Mi s Emm t Sopor and Misses Cora and of Lancaster were the guests P Soper Saturday night and Bvnl moved from Sunday Mr Bureii Kings Station on Sam Combos farm one day last week C B Wallace is having a new front built to his dwelling house Mr Win A Lambs Sheep Extras 800Q Ar Harro sburc 200a27 common to fair Ar Lawrenceburs Extra 1400 good us Ar LouU ville choice 1350 390 common to fair ii50 i40 Katboond Umrashed Fine merino per lb 88 9c quarter blood clothing 1314- - medium Versailles and clothing 14c coarse meMidway dium comuinj 14 15c Washed Fine merino Georgetown X t XX per lb 13zl4c medium coltning 14 j 15c delaine feece 15al6c long combing 17J Uaatboand ISc quarter tlood and low 13 14c AitD 350 good to choice SBEtP 100al7 Uml vol llSc of Watkina and family were T II Watkins Saturday and be IK e led Col Bradley received 40tH1 more votes than any Republican candidate for GovÂ¬ nial ernor ever received before General Gran Bishop says be dont believe there Hardin received 19000 votes more than is a man iu Madison county who OWDS a any other Democratic candidate for Govgood ax ol Bradley re ernor ever received Mr James Lewi- - oar leading blackcoived 17000 more votes than the Harriilly with smith cut his right l son vote in ISSS which has until now been the Republican high water mark Genl an ax last week and will be unable to Hardin falls 20000 votes short of the walk without crutches tor some time to levetand vote of 1888 the Democratic come J A Worrelly has sold out his prophigh water rtnk erty and will move to Kai PBOGBAM OF YATES DISTBICT The farmers are busy preparing for Â¬ Â¬ i Bid colds and cuigh syrups are pre- and numerous The election has caused s sod con nance on the faces of many of our citi iiid they all think Graver done it Possum Oil rose op Mr Jim Lewis Saturday night Durrett Jackson has gone in his bole for the winter Alt x Peering has been on the sick list ral days but is nt Bishop has turned out his beard lys he dont intend to shave any more until the Republican party dies and then be is going to the next centenÂ¬ Sunday Oriena the daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Barrett died on thethird ins aged llvears She waa one of onr school now vacant which and her seat cannot be tilled We miss her i Calls on May wheat opened at 0si6i4e last price Puts opened 60 jaofco sokl at 60SC ast price 804 fl0c-- a M ir corn sold at 29c the only price Puts opened lit 2sc the only price Chicago Nov iS fv i0c OeorKrtown Mtdwav Versailles Eaatboond the excellence of o r of instruction by correspon ence we will give a thorough cour e onpm 7 3am ot instruction in Double and Single EntrT 4 om 7 3 am 40r noon Keeping Dy mail at LtSS THAN 7 ir mllowun ONE FOURTH OF REGULAR to a lStXaSl PRICEmethodlimited number of persons Our of instruction by mail is tar 4Srml0 38am superior to that of any other school four patron- 7apm12iBpic Hundreds of testirroni testifying to the merits of cur work are on file in our office Our Vail Departo 18NoSM ment is under the personal supervision of 1 Worn 77T3av an able instructor under whose guidance 744am 340pm the highest degree of competency may be gOoam 416pm attained by correspondence Read what No No S one of our Kentucky students M I- 1 jo advertise method SIMPLE ENOUGH NIT I have a little problem here Take it down and see what you can do with it A man has 100 with which to buy 100 bead ot stock Me head for cattle 3 a head for hogs and 50 cents a Bow many of each does ior sheep be bay i i you know the answer Yts its very simple when vou get r Connections at Lexington for all joints In the Southeast Knoxvllle Hot springs AsheviUe tf rills Chattanooga Atlanta and Florida steamer No 2 red m 61 V Daily Except Sunday Cobs Mixed spot and November 314 a T SWIFT A- - WHEDON 631 V November 344i344c steamer mixed City Ticket At 324 3 c Pass a Ticket Agl Oats No 2 white western TtfTBts No 1 Lexington Ky LonlsTllle Ky mixed do 22 ltSa W HOREEN J M CCLP Kte No 2 43i44c western 46 47c Gen Superintendent Traffic Mgr Washington D C Washington I a niiimii Nov x Cattle Light steers ia40ia fair to W A TURK C A BEN3COTER good fat cows 2 60 325 Sen 1ass Ag Asst ci P A a65 mixed ta60aa Yorlurs Oaalungton D Q Knoxillla Tiea in and hea vy a fiiraa 65 light Yorkers LIB piis a 70 375 SHEtp DLiMBS Bcst n tive lambs 1S9C irood do Aa50ta75 light to fair 3 154 I R 340 mixed sheep good to choice R 250 lXtra 260 i2 75 export sheen M15135 prices unchanged BOOS PTl light H70 175 medium weL lu a70 heavy grades ta50 tatk common to fair Yorkers t350i3C0 roughs 25 Sheep Supply fair prices unchanged Cattle Kepts light Pittsburgh Nov 3 so aad Northwest 11 Siam T NichoanvUle lpn Ar Richmond lJvpm 830pm Ar Irvine 13 im Connections at Louisville tor all points West Lt roLsTllle Lt Versailles Ar T4am 10 1a otipa 3 Opm Wheat No 2 red spot and November Baltimoke Nov IS WicKLiFFK Kv Oct 1S95 Capital City Commercial College Ti peka Kan as Gentlemen I am very much pleased with the text books used bv vou in i struction by mail Your business forn s and papers are up to date nothing obsolete in your eaching Your instructions are very explicit and plain I can master the science of Book keeping in this wav at home just as well and save the exper e of board etc Yours respectfully M F Fohnson Full particulars sent free by mentioning this paper Address -Â¬ io flPITAl 1 1TT fOlltRflAL fnUJO 16 W 6th St Topeka Kansas -i N B R it 1 Im do think it can be a little ri tv hut algebra Iil see what I can will al- - on Ernies am n loit- - prove uii- - eiingilithe tieighlxirhVid and an him on suspicion lie was ideotified by mm hut while being comlucted -from the Sheriff Simmons of thai county ha- - been looking tor him Been here received word that he had ln cii seen about and that night officers James v anl Mitchell Calmes went there They went to his liome about daybreak and before aa of the family had arisen He was found iu bed drought ben It is not known yet J in jail whether he will be taken to Madison to for his assault on Mrs Druggars v in jail ami le tried here for his as oa the colored girl Winch i r to the jil the upiueut h iting the dm only put t he told of a narrow thrilling escape he had just had He aid that he bad gotten from a friend a nice little sail biat ithe fatal one of Tuesday doubtless and a few days before bad gone out into the bay and out into he That the boat had capsized with ea him in a squall but he had caught on le and held there lashed hy the great waves for full two hours ami until came to his rearne He told thrill ingly of hi- - thoughts and experiences during his two hour tight with the wsivi ami attributed his escape to the great -- ion at Miami Ii is ii th hut iri- - Thie that eodly an 1 auipiiieiit a i thought I ere after it nen 1 Democrat- - know THE BIGGEST EVEBt itituih I owe the Anzeiger and its ns Be that never will f r stupid people and nine si iw iiore lie aHHired one and prejudiced country ne readiness id gratitude ii yoa evthe fragmentary er have any suggestions to make liers wliich can le turned to ai count to the puhlished hv the Courier Journal last week still have the idea that the Kepuh the iit lie of Kentu liraa victory in Kentucky was lne to the at Democrats did not vote and that aOBM FOB CoNFEHEKATl the vote of the State was a small one II1 asi-im--l 1 - kind providence hail given hkn This time he had Henry understanding the and with him strength of the gale and overestimating their own ability to cope with the waves ill the open sea doubtless led them to their fate The hopelessness of reeoveiing the bodies leaves the relatives uothing to do hut mourn and iu this they are joint d by manv sorrowing and tenderly sym pathetic friends physical a Â¬ stientli that 5c calculations he asked suddenly Oats No December 23c asked May Is there any way to make it come out 23C imminal western 2S28o even Make what come out even asked Half the fun of Bentley who had forgotten all about the life is lost by So vou are still working at problem many people that are you Caut vou get it through their No not yet Mt it can be worked neglect of one of hog killing and other work which will All morning Groves straggled With the Natures most ATloN TO in IIkld at have to lie done before the cold weather li rigid laws Nlive stock and at noon he was mad and Nov 30th Ijiavkk Kimstov sets in ature insists o n discouraged Mi regularity Peo Rev N Creekmore will preach at Pilot Whats the answer anyway he Ohm i ple who allow the No- Â¬ Knob church on Thanksgiving day continuance of asked Welcome Addi Chairman vember 28th at 11 oclock any irregularity show you said Bentley and he Mr Jesse Cobb Response Ill in their digestive Miss Christie Burneil will leave next marked dow n I organs soon have week ior a long visit to relatives in IlliS cattle at How can a Teacher Impart Moral Into pay the pen- Â¬ ft 0 nois alty Free and i bog t is struction in a School room i regular move- Â¬ Singing Club of Jacksons Hollow 94 sheep at 50 cents 47 The Bev J R Boatman ment of the bow- Â¬ will meet Saturday night at Irwiu Alels is the surest DS PSBMHL sign of good corns and Sunday night at Durrett Jack- 100 SUN Mr Jeass Cobb R F Bcadder C F health How did you work it sons asked Groves Brock and J W Wagers The first ques- Â¬ didnt work it A fellow told me Mr James Barclay has sold to Howard tion the doctor cam the answer sixteen fine hogs at o cents delivAre your bowels regular If asks is II What made you give it to me then not he givis something to make them ered at Kingston HI thought yon might be able to guess so and quit often that is all he needs Should the Study of Grammar be AdmitWeekly cottage prayer meeting Thursto do ted in Inter uieidata Schools T If so it day night at Rev lames Allens Assist Nature occasionally in removing Mr Geo Stockton Embrace What Weil said Mr Groves Sou keep offending matter from the stomach and Mr John Johnson is rebuilding his Catho- bowels and you need never be very sick your fool problems to yourself niscosnoK house which wsis burned some time ago lic Columbian Rememher that assistance dont mean lrofs Poage Harris Waldropand Clark violence Vhat is needed is a gentle but Misses Mamie Tudor Mary Camp Ieluvedl WHEN THEY TAKE HOLD efficient helper that will work so easily bell and Maggie Powers and so naturally that there will be no Panola shock to the system III The new Governor Lieutenant iover Dr A J James returned from Fredo Â¬ the remedies that have been Of Temperance and The Teachers duty as to norand Railroad Commissioners s into paredallDr Perces Pleasant Pellets prebest nia N Y Thursday whither In Miss Julia Hanson office Ifiviiihi r 10 The Secretary of fill all the requirements They are made Physiology called by the death ol a daughter the Amlitor Attorney General of refined concentrated vegetable ex- Â¬ Ts ION Work on the tools in the well began Treasurer Register Superintendent of tracts One is a laxative two a mild Rev J R Boatman Mr J W Wagers agaiu Monday morn cathartic They cure constipation bil- Â¬ Iulilic Instruction ami Commissioner of iousness d spepsia distress after eating Hanson Ferris and laithei B Todd Bev las famous preached an interest Agriculture all go into office on the first sour stomah dizziness heart burn n sic iinoii Sunday Monday in Janoorr or January 7 and foul breath and all disorders due to im- Â¬ Each little vial holds IV Let every one assist in the Sunday- - all present officers hold on till th it time perfect digestion from forty iwo to forty four Pellets and How best Correct Mistakes in Language school work by bringing in the children Democrat sells at the same price as the more com- Â¬ Prof mon and cheaper made pills A free and taking a part le sons sample package 4 to 7 doses will be By usinjr Halls Hair Itenewer gray msct ssion Bro Caldwell will preach Saturday sent on request Once used they are night and Sunday at speedwell and Bro faded or discolored hairassniues the nat- Â¬ always in fiivor Worlds Dispensary Messrs Badger Stocktou and Benton ural color of youth and ijrotts luxuriant Mkdical Association 663 Main Street Combs will be on hand to coutinuea few Mary Kate Coddington Misses Buffalo N Y and strong psMnifHT everybody days Campbell Lena Stivers a dillicully over the division of some in V Prof Harris corn Washington Woodson severely cut Character Buildine Jno White near King station last week Mlsu Toe large muscle of the left arm above Bently turned to his routine of desk work and Groves started in to solve the problem In about a ball hour having covered several pages of piper with x red ciab 6c No 3 vellow cash 28c No 3 white No I robed 74c Oats No t mixed cash ISsic No 2 white 2ic No a white oc Kye No 2 cah 39c New Yobk Nov 23 Wheat Vo 2 red December 64j64 9 16c January St 15 M i Sc No Wheat No 2 Toini O Nov red cash and December 23 4c Time Table N CAST BOUND Cokx 27c c 24 In feet May 12 1895 1ST CLASS Ef Notice to Croditors Any person having aciaim against Virginia M Lackey deceased will pi the -- ame properly verified to J A Sul- Â¬ livan attorney at Richmond Ky within the next 30 days for payment or same will be barred All parties indebted to Virginia M I ackev will iay same to J A Sullivan attorney This Nov JO WMLmkey M SJ Â¬ 2ND CLASS No No 9 I No 1 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sua Ex Sun 10 27 11 10 11 33 i 45 m ia 03 11 14 17 11 30 3S Cobs No I November liic December Versailles Nicholas ville Valley View Million 6o 7 35 7 and P Richmond Union r 8 IO 10 11 55 12 55 20 Moberly Brassfield ranoia Irvine - 830 12 JO pB 12 50 I OO I 00 45 9 OO 3 05 N No a NoT 4 No 10 WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex San Ex Sun Ex Sub A M BRIDGEFORDS Â¬ Irvine Panola Brassfield Moberly Union Richmond Million P 1 M F M A M 15 45 140 1 1 605 6 58 7 45 Valley View Nicholasville Versailles 6 20 6 34 2 57 3 10 33 4 240 i 159 m 3 30 4 18 4 30 ECONOMIST RANGE 500 5 30 5 57 fi 500 5 to 530 jg M SEE THEM EXAMINE THEM PURCHASE THEM 6 35 au r r M A Trains between Louisville and Versailles daily Trains between Cincinnati and Nicholasville dailyAll trains connect with Southern Railway to and from Louisville and with the C N O T P to and from tincirnati Yon can spend five hours in Louisville about six hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexington and return to Richmond at 830 p m Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ For through rates and other information ap any ticket agent or addiess T Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY CENTRAL RT- - Â¬ Â¬ tt BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Centra Kentucky to All Points North South and South west Through daily train service between Cincinnati Middlesborough Ky and Knoxville Tenn and Points on RR Sv kile 11 LN Kfeet Kx j I 8419 Je N 66 SOLO IN RICHMOND 1S5 No J Dally Kx Hut 40UTB BOUND Lve Live No Dally 1 - No 5 Daily M Ml The Sixtv sixth Stove was sold to B W SMITH 30 35 Lve Falmouth Lve Cynthlana Cincinnati Covington COXFEBENCE OF THE COLLEGE YOUSG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF KEN Â¬ TUCKY The State Conference of the Young Mens Christian Assxiation of Ke tucky will be held at Georgetown No A large vempei iKth to Decemtier 1st it ion is expected and the railroads have granted a rate of one and one thin fare for the round trip to all w ho attend The trinciple speakers at the Conference Prof W H Marquess D D will be Iiuisville Bev WS Fulton D D Lex Davidson D D ingtOOn Bar A Georgetown Ky Mr Hugh McAbever State College Secretary of Pennsylvania Mr II P Anderson Field Secretary of International Committee H Y Mr E C Ky Mr C Baldwin Lexington A R Beiicher Covingtou Ky Messrs -A Hill T Ray and Henry H of ouisville nuinlier of - met at the Y M A ro - us ed the e uext legislature to pension all totally disabled tiuie they rued to meet again on the tirst Monday ii r at which meeting ki all counti to have a rep- tative It wefi- - ftoiu a talk with one or two of the prime movres of the result of the election lias r at lor or not in earned them to relinquish I incut it mill lie snd in nan if i In the Jith of last month a - ty as lit They t mk that the Kepuhlicai and will strive - - tin tl will boahle aasjp hu h they - Will SO fail masses then want do nay ior them to in u the esteem of the hv extending aid to t he crip lid make votes ami that is I 1 they hi as has been demonstrated f the part fieei tnoerat that the vote at the lata ii was larger than ever nailed la the any election that Bradley got a much larger vote than was ever in the State before for a BepubhV Eor any orfice and that Mr Haidin got a larger vote than in- for any Democratic candiilate for ruor Bradleys vote wa 17 which is about 17M more than Harri n ss4 which was the largisi Bepobiican vote previously potted in Kentucky and larger than aoybodj ed in Kentucky except Cleveland which is while Hardins waa lirgerthau any DetiXH ralic candidate for rnor ever got iiefore The ieople were interested this time and came out BIG BRIDGE ACROSS THE OflK AsHIiND tad The Republican organization worked for the stay at home vote and lor of the river got it Bra Hey got alwut llOtXJ less than which was the bridge movement at Ashland Ky and n O announced that the bridge k Deosea and be built bev on doubt Robert A ilarri- vtar which has been the On ol 6on i with Mr BigstaiT hk BepabKcaa vote and with and will be one of d Deniarees vote the vote this re ob that tained on city and Ironton where similar in i with the owners of the Hunt- coffee is not whole YY Ya line Tiie result of thi t went V five mile eleiiri know a n to Hanging van lotte W V ate railwi ike use of the h saparilla is always bright and sparkling 1 I 1 i Â¬ i c the elbow was almost severed and he OF was also stabbed twice near the heart Mrs Hill The wounds are not necessarily fatal ing THOROUGHBRED DISCCWBIOV ion at Waco The Teacher- DDROC JERSEH Saturday was well attended and Miss Julia HansonMi s Alice Arnold interesting ami MY BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BEST HERDS ol this famous were lively Profs Clark Bodgersaod Harris profitable These meetings are the very breed of swine in several different Statea A splendid lot of pig of different ages YII Correspondence solicited Brad sow a s specialty Satisfaction guaranteed They Address thing for teachers and people Should the Candidate for School Suerin a better understanding of the bring about tendent he Elected by the TeachMav responsibilities of each Mr R F Scudder ers eCrab Orchard KvProprietor 2I 46 ciatiou live forever nisi rssiox P IL Si divan J E Lanter Prof Clark Dolyesville Geo Stockton C F Brock and Delayed Miss Ina Stivers last have we hid a good rain which At MISIC has been needed so long VIII Willie Walden of this place in Qualifications of a Good Teacher Mr Benton flyinj visit to his uncle at Walnut Hill Fayet e county last week more attracIN Kentucky History How Best to Iuijiart tion down there than an uncle Under Present Conditions Mr E G Adams a merchant here J W Wagers valuable mare oue day last week lilM LHMl from eating too much corn Profs Waldrop and Harris Mr R F Johnnie Walden ol Winchester came Scudder C F Brock and Miss over to visit his parents here Sunday Lula Arnold Mrs Joe Kice ol Kice St ilion is visit sate iting her mother Mrs Kate Lanter near N here Nature Study in Primary Work MissSada Floyd of Frankfort is visMiss Alice Arnold iting ratal vesin this neighborii Dlscrsstos Bev W K Wvatt tilled his pulpit at ddie Maupin Mrs Hill Miss Mary the Methodist church here Smidt y it M Campbell Miss Nannie Tudor being his regular appointnu p ce Do not dally with rheumatism tawed i rid of it at once by purifying the Wallace ton with Hoods Sarsaparilia Besuietoget ie Barrett is veiy sick and has Hoods k with 1c been for ti The demaud for Ayers Hair Vigor in wife of 1 Mr such widely separated region atives Utr America Spain Australia How to Make YI The Blue Gra5 Geography M Arr Lezlngtou Lve Paris rr Winchester Lve Wluchexter rr Richmond Lve Rich tnoml Lve Berea- rr Livlnaton Lve Livingston- Lve London - arr rans an hjo pa 110 113 rss pm 350 pa 803 pm 3s6p a 908 p m 403 pa 1043 950 pm 503 p m 1118 am 101 pm 530PB n a 1055 pm 6aop or Kaa km aw 948 am an 1135 1310 d n f40 14 r fs Interest- Â¬ rr LveBarlrvllle Lve Pineville Lve Mililesbli rr Cnml Gap Lve Corbin 310 p n 353 p in 443 P m 445 P m pm 600 p m 640 p m P P 1035 P 1055 pi 1035 1143 P 1143 pi 1307 a 1 105 a 1 135 a 1 317 a i 310 a 310 a 353 a to pn 45 P 33 P 37 P THE MOST AMAZING BARGAINS EVER OFFERED THE RED HOGS Lv CumM imp Lve iruii Lve Willlamsbg 430 505 a SS a a 45 tliedi--cnsaio- ni Arr Jelllco Arr Knoxvllle Lve Richmond rr Rowland Arr sinforl 550 p mj 630 p a 800 a m 135 pm 435 pm 430 p m P nv 300 a 01 358 a m 435 a m 910 p 915 p 738 p m ro m SHOPPINGPUBLIC No 70 Daily 305 p m 7 7 Â¬ R H BRONHUGH NORTH- - BOUND - Dally Ex San No X Daily 1010 No 4 Specker Broes wholesale stock bought at their assignees sale Lve Rowland--r- r HEATERS 3 TO Â¬ 50 Richmond Lve Knoxvllle Lve JelHoo Lve Willlamsbg Arr CorDlii Lve CumM Oap Lve Mlddleshh Lve Pineville Lve Barbrvllle Arr Corbin Lve London Arr Livingston Lve Livingston Lve Berea 4 rr Richmond Arr Winchester Lve 730 am am 505pm S ai it 630 705 710 743 700 751 3io p 1110 p 1 1138 pi 1335 lotoi p m 1030 p m p 1140 p 1320 a 01 108 a m 300 a tn 315 a m No 6 00a n 40am 9 50am 7 8 9 8000 m m and Dress Goods To be sold at almost nothing 1 WORTH OF n5 9 45 am 33 a m ix 15 a m 40a m 19 a m 00 a m o The greatest number of HEATING STOVES am am am Lve WincheKtar- am Arr Pnn- I ve Lexington am am Lve Paris 831 ami Lve tynthiana Lve Falmouth 511 am Arr Covington 1034 ami Richmond- - 313 a m 330 a m 339 m 435 am 455 435 a 11 naila 13 55 2 30am n 55 55 aT e am Arr Cincinnati1 1030 am fco8 am 711 am 3 3 33P 4 07 3 47 P 4 18 p m 5 06 om oopm 05pm pm pm 735 am 6 u pic 6 30 p m The largest and most complete line of MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve ClnclnnnU Lve Covington Lexington Paris Arr Mlllersburg Carlisle Johnson CLOTHING SHOES AND HA Ever shown in Richmond at prices far below all competitors Dont bay an goods until you learn our prices KxSon No la Daily Ex Han 350 356 630 340 600 618 700 737 No pm pm pm pm pm pm pm P 11 No 12 Dally 1 and the greatest variety we have ever had Prices range from S3 up to 50 All shapes and sizes Many designs Plainest to the fancies t We can satisfy you in every respect Mayviie SOUTH BOUND Lve u am 837 am atxi am 945 am No Sx Sun fcao a m 703 a m 732 a oi 7 43 835 a m m 1024 1030 am 75 808 700 am aw New York Store McKEES CORNER 13 25 Daily Kx Sod 14s P 334 pm 308 pm 350 637 636 645 Daily Carlisle Arr Mays villa JohiiHou MlllembQrg 55a a thing when tin Shackelford rrtriaca La Gentry Paris Lexington Covins CtneinuaU - 37 - pm pm pm pm P Boarders Street near Methodist 19- Wanted Mrs f Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder tioc Worlds Fair tligfccM Award I Or Prices Cream Baking Powder Awarded Gold Mtdal Midwinter Fair San liborhooj Richmond Ky Fo- fin ther Information rates on tickets or IrelKht addrtma B CAKR Ticket sod Euiig Miion Agent Richruuud Ky By the meal day or week w out rooms Kates - THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON P P ARMER - Editor Manager BT rDlUUID KVKKT WEDNESDAY The Climax Printing PRICK Co PER YEAR 150 WEDNESDAY -- NOV 27 1895 The ti rut act oi Congress should be to relieve the gold fluctuation of the Treas urv KnTBiji ASK liave filed two not contest Dunlap of Lexington vs Kau man and Werner of Daviess county vs Thompkins but this will be all as the time has expired Lbxingtov is happv agaiu the Mayor has been arrested on a charge of allowing saloons to be open on Sunday the County Judge has beei enjoined froai issuing 200 000 in bonds to pay for free pikes and the t irand Jury has roasted the Fiscal Court for extravagance tSEWAKt Or TIKKKY Dispatches announce a frightful explosion at Yazidjioglon in Turkey Now if we were sure that a turkey had such an infernal machine inside of it as a Vaz idjiogion we would not undertake to eat even half a one to morrow national tur key day though it be iO THKRK YII KSKIr Â¬ Last week the Climax received a com It bore no munication signed Justice other signature and we know not w ho It was a complaint that lrom wrote it com iiiun report a certain oflicei at a had grossly failed ii time and place to do hi dutv His excuse for attempting to call attention to the alleged dereliction was that he is a law abiding and justice loving citizen If Justice wants the conduct of the officer in question investigated let him repair to tlie City Hall at the next meeting of the Council and to that body pre sent the complaint have his witnesses there and sift the question to thenottim Justice ought to know that the MM universal rule of long standing among newspajiers is not to publish any com Â¬ Â¬ munication without knowing the source To publish anonymous productions would work the rankest injustice to the public Every coward and scoundrel in the land would be at ln ity to illiiv and liticl anv and at tent elled to pub Dutanedito on sent bun even lish everv the real name of when accouipauie the writer or bv the writer himself or herself Moreover when a fair adver compensation a companies the ear je editor is not by custom or in honor or otherwise compelled to U retion must govern such pubiish matters v Kappose there shoiil appear in the Climax a communication signed with some lic titious name or nom tie plunic charging the jerson who signed himself Ju with some ollnse calling his real name The accused would naturally come to u Then and ask Who is your author suppose we should answer Wei reali say the letter came through the tMStotiice and there was no seal name t Would that he had it keen fairly treated Suffice it to say that if Justice or any Othel fellow or fellowes wants anything published in the Cum v let the real name of tlie writer accompany the writing and then if judgment grown from long expe rience and oliervation in such matters endorses it it will tie published Now let Us SMppSSS a case itnt SHoluD REVISE ITS POLITIC KPIIY A - careful study of Ihe election returns from the several counties composing this the Eighth Congressional District will doubtless have the erlei t of smothering the ambition of some of the numerous Democrats who have aspirations for Ihe position for which Mr McCrearv DOjunced he would not again be a candidate Here are the figures at bbj HardiL and Kradley Hardin Bradley 44 12C Anderson i e- - - iarrard- - i2 Jackson Jessamine Laurel Lincoln Madison - 1114 177 ia 1471 IMS ts7 ISM 2471 ISM IMS IMS MM KM 1S7S 814 IMC 4ii4 Mercer Owsley 14i0 lift 7M 2058 931 15040 Rockcastle by Spencer Total fM 17460 Republican plurality MM It will lie noted that the five counties at this end of the district were the only ooeawlici gave Democrat BBtJ Milieu and that Shelbv Spencer an Anderson wtiich never get nothing nohow a one gave majorities worth speaking of Shelby with a majority of 5M was the ban ner county of the district wherefore we contend that in case one if her sons sbonid desire the nomination for Congress be should have the first claim on it Spencer mill second this contention for Mr Force is as popular there as at home and in Anderson lie will also have a large following It is time that the end of the district which furnishes the vote should have recognition Shelbv ville Sentinel The Sentinel will allow us to call its attention t the fact that laurel and Ows Â¬ ley have not formed a part of the Eighth Congressional District for many years The Republican plurality in Ijuire was 858 and in Owsley was fil i or a total si 1473 This taken from the Sentinels total plurality of 2420 leaves onlv fr7 to overcome which can and will be done November of next year As to Shelbys claims they are certainly strong Madison wi give the nom nee whoever he may be a respe-- ta iile majority and had just ss soon he would be from Shelby as any other county Â¬ I THE PRESIDENTS KORTH0U0 MES 8AUE TO CSMU President Cleveland may issue to Congress a menage upon only one subject as he did in 1887 This subject will be finances instead of tariff The President had nit decided upon this course finally when he retained from New York ten davsago bat he is still considering it and he has said to one of the imortant bureau cbieii that the routine r and recommendations which are the usnal burden of Presidents add reuse might be omitted altogether from the forthcoming message TbePreskK Â¬ plained that detailed information of the operations of all departments was desired and might be incorporated in the annual jf V W message He intimated that he was SSi already at work upon such a communication but that he was gravely consider ing the expediency of excluding all topics but one and making the message very short If the President determines upon this policy no one need be in doubt as to the exclusive subject that will be discussed It will be an appeal for legislation that will remove the treasury from the em barrassing influences of a fluctuating de- Â¬ mand on its gold an appeal forthe single gold standard and for the withdrawal of greenbacks lrom circulation Mr Cleveland has felt tliat the Bi an cial conditions in view of the iccniii g ling bonds to maintain the purity of all currency would justify I I s lUMBmwf him in putting aside for the present all Hiffi H other questions Ci K eprsiliftvo er n n tfl ll 5 frnt fP a Mr Cleveland has had it in mind since eifnia the last Democratic Congress refused ah te F W f fcfiiVNNX solrtely either to accept Secretary Cargot ii PkZ wyirt2i iitisws i sd ojjaguI eiiistio Fm Deis x lisles suggestions for a revision of the currency or to euact any substitute legislation The President moreover believes that mim l am glad to see 3 ou What I And so it came about that Maurice the Republicans in the interest of harwant to know is what has brought you Oranby transformed from a ramp into mony a year hence a ill attempt to evade to this this condition I cannot be- Â¬ a conventional gentleman in evening lieve that you have voluntarily adopted dress sat at the right band of the issue and will insist that relief can the the life of a be simply effected by reapplying the pro ess at the grand turkey dinner that Of a tramp said finishing her evening having been introduced to the he tection principle ami raising the tariff sentence w ith a bitter smile other guests as an old friend of the rates Mr Cleveland has felt that a clear I family Pardon me she added hastily At ast two persona at that cut easily understood financial issue have no right to question you Pray table were in harmony with the spirit -should lie clear and plain and in the BdlL3i Vfjivyy AHD misjudge my motive I know that of the occasion for their h arts throbbed dont language oi Secretary Carlisle not oh you are not to blame for the charge in with gratitude and joy during the Vvr 7 Beared by ambiguous phrases your fortunes I know that you are inend this whole of that Thanksgiving feast capable of a wrong net can he forced only bv making the finanIt was only two months later that He gave her a sharp look as if he Kingsley hall was the scene of a bril- Â¬ cial question the overshadowing issue wculd read her thoughts liant wedding reception and Maurice from now on That is a remarkable statement he tiranby had come there to stay Mr Clevelands fauiousm ssage against Miss Victoria Kinjrsley of Kingsley said slowly Cau it Be that yen have monopoly made taritis was short and it hall could afford to Is a little eccentric nt Dried forgotten why I ran away from home jeople siid Not only was she rich and five years ago was sent to Congress in Decesaber before Clara Norris- - I invited Mr Sand Â¬ the Presidential campaign of 1MB The beautiful and highly accomplished but have not forgotten the miserable stone to dinner on Thanksgiving day she had reached the mature ape of Mrs Norris liood gracious me time is again optortune hjs friends BBJ story that was told at that time she revvns mistress of her and Didnt you know that it was a strictly for another message which a lvepuhli an plied firmly but I have beard a differ ov ii fortune Prior to the death of her ent story since Mr tiranby my unhap Â¬ family affair Iongress will probably not heed and areata both of whom had aaeeombed py brother has told me everything Clara Thats all right Hes going winch may make an issue against the in the same month toa prevailing fever to be one of tlu family Brooklyn Life The man started Republicans for IMHi in the city the family had resided He has told me continued the v Omspending a portion of each summer an her face white with suppressed ex a only at their handsome country seat citement THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION it was he and not you Yinufi But soon after her bereavement the who forged that check for 1301 the The following proclamation by the young lady had gone into seclusion at Good heavens He told you that Kingslev hall which was a part of her does v our Governor was issued on yesterday father know heritage and had since lived iu the MMONVVK4ITII DP KKNTI KY My father and mother Tiave both strictest retirement there receiving no gone to KXECt TIYL lLIWKTMEr another world Mr Gianby visitors except when her younger brothIn oWrvance of a long established and er IJobcrt brought a party of his booi Uoliertyears I have been orphans for custom 1 respertiulv recommend tha It was not until after their companions up from town for a few three Thursday the twentv eighth day of No days recreation during the shooting death that he made his confession to me lie told me of his youthful in vember one thousand eight hundred and season a Vvr V AIMI iwlK JfaBni HTTI sTfal TIT ninety live Miss fatuat ion for gambling and horse races e set apait as a day oi It was now three years since he became so deeply involved that HSBTmWBS c Llj Thanksgiving and prayer by all citizens Kingaley had been left an orphan At howa moment of desperation to avert her age this was a longtime to renounce in disgrace he saw of our Commonwealth From the ovei staring him in the society and it w as not strange that the the he forged the signature of a de- H owing ahum lance of granaries we coiili face world pronounced her eccentric Put lead the world we have been Masted in fathers bank hoping thus to portion of the world residing in positor zS the blight of pestilence our government that wealthy and eminently respectable retrieve his losses and replace the money jjggjprfwfitfcss wfwL the was discovered is at peace with all nations ot the earth - -- lwjv I village of Iennstoek began to have beforeasits withdrawal bank cashed the Von teller the and lor the multitude of our blessings w HOST has crimsoned al the leaves hoes for her when she suddenly check without ofsuspicion Afterward But tha barn Is rich with sheaves should be most grateful Therefore let emerged from her sequestration so far when the money was squandered and Ricks of clover scent the air iiilly remember the aflicted as to liecome the hostess of a ThanksFruits await the housewifes care realized that he could not hope giving dinner party The truth was Robert al his crime he c and the poor and join together in Haws are black above the rills to cone fild in you Klne are sleek upon the hills Kii sley had been doing Ihanksgiviiig for Gef grai hmm met and begged you to help him out of his And ahing the orchard wall Â¬ It had oc trouble He said that his exposure soiiie serious thinking Pipes the quail his cheerful call cies curs to her tijion reflection that peoIn testimony whereof have ple had a riLht to conclude that flit v as would kill his mother bring disgrace g Fast beside the glowing crate J hereunto set upon his family an cause his father my hand aim Locks as white as ccai foam supremely British and proud and she to caused the great seal of the Com Now the aged couple wait it was forever disown him Then decided to set aside this verdict if jos For the childrens coming home monwealth to le altixed Don that you sacrificed ycurself to save Children who from far and nt ar at lankloit tols tvveiitv tiist lav sibe by giving a series of entertain him and his family You told him you At Thanksgiving gather here ot November one thousand eight ments at her house Thanksgiving day would divert suspicion from him if he Children bowed with toil and care hundred wd nine live ami m the oii was at hand and she liegan to put her Girls with silver in their hair hundred and fourth year of the Com plan into execution by inviting a num would keep Irs own counsel and promise Boys with beards like harvest grain on his oatii to never gamble again Yon o m wealth All the children come Hgain ber of her church acquaintances in the kept your word by suddenly disapMingling golden lock with grey JoHN YOUNG BROWN village to dine at Kingsley hall on that On this peaceful prayerful day By the Governor pearing thus bringing suspicion upon day yourself so that when the forgery was John W Beaduct Here the oaken table waits Of course the invitations were all you nobody could doubt Bet with two long rows of plates Secreuirj of state promptly accepted and the event was discovered criminal and that that had Bi Earn t Loom That no Curlyhead may pout you looked forvv aid to as something out of were the Lest the crown folks crowd him out Assistant Secretary of State fled to escape the consequences of your Fven roving wayward Tim crime Oh it was a noble thing to do Finds a place reserved for him irgle Sentences From Several In a niilion could 01 one man And ere grandpas prayer is done lave States Resolves a better course to run Miss Kingfc iade such a sacriiice In Tennessee a cabin containing two Banished every doubt and fear ieys voice betrayed her agitation now From this hopeful atmosphere colored children was burned and the But and there were tears in her eyes Blest the visions that arise colored neighliors stood by and allowed a shock it was you do not know what Orandpa looks in grandmas eyes ihem to perish beeSMM they disliked to to father and the rest of us to lie Griefs that furrowed cheek and brow forced to believe you guilty We had Tears and sighs forgotten now their parents wh were absent Only sunshine floods the way such faith in yon Thank heaven the The pant oliice at Summit X J vva Looking backward from to day story never got into the papers Robert robbed cf i worth of stamps Tie I have tried hard for two years to Thou who rulcst everywhere and night Be our children still Thy care find some trace of you that we might On the s a or on the land Frank Huffman was kille by the Shermake such reparation as lay in our Keep them ever in Thy hand And Robert says that in seme power Guidirc still In rain or sun iff of Hickory county Mo Tuesday STny Thy love still make us one way the bank has recov mysterious nigh alter having puisued him for eight And its sweetness neer depart ered the amount that was lot on tlie From the homestead of the heart months he being i i escaped train rob forged check including the interest This is fathers earnest prayer Maurice tiranby by this time was And the children gathered there San Jose a will have an exhii- smiling with the air of a man who has Feel renewed the hopes of youth t Hay and alreadv 7000 tion of roam i had a great burden lifted from hismiud Flame again with love of truth And new armored for the fray I am glad you know U - t uth he has been contributed towards exnt Bless again Thanksgiving day said with anexpres ion of profound re- Â¬ PlBBCSOf Wales receives an aver Charles Eugene Banks The 1 left New I went York When lief age of I begging letter- - every day west and enlisted ii the regular army A WISE HUSHS SUIILOQLT Six hundred Chinese were killed by a MAURICE GRANBY under an assumed name 1 served five SHE SAID years But 1 was in eoininunication combined boiler and magazine explosion As for with an intimate friend a young lawat Kiiichow October 18 says s boat that the ordinary in Pennstock Miss Kingsley she was surprised to find yer and wfien my aunt in Vermont his just arrived in this country that she took a lively interest in the died last spring making me her sole The Sea Parcel reservation in Idaho preparations for the dinner and when heir 1 had my friend convert the propwas oened to settlement on Wednesday Thanksgiving day dawned w ith a fros erty into cash and turn it over to the and great crowds of settlers rushed in to ty and nipping air she was inclined to bank There was just enough with be proud of the success of her under what I had been able to save from my select lands taking in one respect It had proved to pay as a soldier to replace the 15000 In Louisville 570000 has leen raised her that there was a pleasanter wJ of with the accrued interest I had as toward a Jl50tKNi V M C A imilding passing her time than in brooding ovci sumed the debt you know and thought her sorrow All day ane was strangely I ouirlit to pay it On lea ing the army More than twenty persons were killed by a car running off a viaduct at Cleve- Â¬ buoyant and cheerful as if possessed started back to New York where I bj u prraentinx nt that something wi I had not still have a few friends land O and falliug a hundred feet p pleasant was shoal WJ money enough to tuke me clear through And that afternoon something did so I concluded that n tramp of a hun American missionaries stations in Turkey burned and HIKI Christians were happen something hat was not down dred miles or so would do mc no harm Thats the chap that was always The I am accustomed to marching massacre the missionaries however on Miss Kingsley s programme pokin fun at me cause I kept from eat busy young wonau had ntered the You have outdoie Don Quixote himescaping all the stuff t hey gave me 1 knowed kitchen to give soe final directions to self Of in exclaimed Miss King ley An Ixiy in Oregon has mur- observed that a course every dollar of that money will what I was about They couldnt fool the cook when thme when Thanksgivin was comin dered his father mother an another per- strange man was titting quietly in a Montreal Herald son chair on the opposite side of the room She paused abruptly and stared nt him Struck the Keynote Win G Rockefeller and Miss Stillnian with a flash of startled recognition in Mr DUoard I am thankful that married in New York last Thursday her eyes most people ore better off than I am toA poor tramp mum what asked for Four young men wrecked a passenger day explained the cook Mr Rushliigton Well I am thank- Â¬ train in New York for the purpo e of a bite to eat ful that I am not living without hope roblieiy bu the crash so frightened apologetically But Miss Kingsley did Miss Gush And I that I usually eat them that tbey ran away several per color was coming and not hear Th going in her my Thanksgiving dinner at the De s ns lieing killed but they have been cheeks and she grasped the back of a Sty k s caught chair BS if to steady herself Mr Greathead And I am thankful Maurice Cranby she said in a low The King of Portntal has carried his that this Thanksgiving finds me in the bui distinct voice Can it be possible best boarding house in this country ctown vanel a W to 1mdon The recognition was evidently mu Â¬ Pass your plate Mr Landlady desiring to pawn it as his treasury is tual The stranger rose to his feet a Greathead and allow me to help you to empty ture of astonishment and confusion another piece of turkey- - Iuck The Sultai of Turkey hag 75000000 He was a strikingly handsome mra A Joyful Surprise deposited to his credit in America and tall and straight as an arrow with Mr 1order after the boarding house drooping brown mustache He cerRussia whie the treasury of his repast Your Thanksgiving dinner tainly had not the appearance of a country is einptv put me right in the spirit of the day tramp except that his clothing was A comet is coming and will be visi- Â¬ Mrs Mulctcm threadbare and even ragged in places Mrs Mulctem his landlady ble about Christmas Im THE GRAND TURKEY DIXNER and he wore no overcoat I I beg pardon he stammered I be returned to you and my fortune and glad to hear you say that Mrs Mnnden has leen sent to an inMr Border Well its true It mads sane Asylum in Massachusetts as a py did not know Roberts are at your disposal me feel so thankful that the dinner But Miss Kingsley seemed to sud liut after all said Granby serious wasnt as bad as it might have been rouianiac haying made f mrteen attempts denly recover her self ossession Turnly yon must not giveimc too much Chicage Record to fire houses ing to the cook she said credit for what 1 have done Perhaps Mrs Mary TMcMillam has been sent to Never mind Hannah I will see this I should have hesitated if jour answer Poor Bird the New York e litentiry for five years gentleman myself He is an old friend to that audacious note of mine had not The turkey is not a brilliant bird When rll is done and said of the family Then addressing the made me wretched for counterfeiting postage stamps Do you remember For on all great occasions Will you please come with me man I felt that I had nothing to live for it m has been released Hes sure to lose his head h from prison MrOraaby Of course I dont blame lifter that Chicago Inter Ocean and made a speech in Chicago Thursday He looked as if he would have pre- Â¬ you it was the worst kind of presumpKismet night to thousands of enthusiastic admir- ferred to suk through the floor but she tion on my part a poor man to offer The turkey looks around and sighs ers had turned and was leaving the kitchen myself What is the use of livng He followed W n Christmas makes a grab for what fford Libarian of Congress Dont say that she interrupted has l cfore he could reply la not devoured Thanksgiving doubtless been drawing pay Inr fictitious her hesitatingly mechanically like one with a note of entreaty in her voice Detroit Free Presi in a dream She led the way to a small go down upon my kn I could persons and will have to be bounced room adjoining the library There she you now in your rags and beg your A CONtNDKtM ABOUT GARFIELD AND His turned and faced him forgiveness for wounding you I was Mr tiranby will you kindly tell me young then and scarcely knew my own The recent celebration of the birthday what this means mind but I I found out afterward of the Martyred Carfield was a tribute Re stood oefore her fumbling his hat Victoria Her question seemed to paid his memory by those who knew him In his hands But we are wasting precious time best his old friends and They inen ase his confusion and he had to sHe said hastily glancing at her watch clear his throat several times before he Do you know this is Thanksivingday have also honored the son J mea R I am to have some guests for dinner bv his election to the Ohio Senate could find his voice It is all an unfortunate blunder he You are to stay and dine with Dualities there wi lie no member of the I did not know that IV In these clothes exclaimed at last legislatnre whose course wil be watched this was your home I chanced to My brother has a room and a ward be w ith more general interest than that of ind I thought well was robe here and I am sure his clothes the young Senator who was given the hungry and I no 1 w ill not sit down will just fit you You will find everybe- Â¬ The Goofe Whats largest majority ever lestwcl upon a as she waved her hand toward a chair thing you need No 1 will hear no ex- tween the Faster girl the difference Â¬ and the Thanks If you will be good enough to let mc cuses I wit call a servant to show giving candidate in the Twenty Sixth Di turkey One of those w ho voted for Garfield wae go now 1 will be careful not to intrude you upstairs and will send up a lunch- Â¬ The Turkey 1 dunno eon at once To night you will stop Edward N Viers the aged farmer who upon you again The Goose Why one Is dressed to You mistake my meaning said Misa at the village hotel and to morrow gave the dead President his first employ kill and the other is killed to dress you will come and see me before resum- Â¬ Kingsley with a look of distress I Post 3ent on thefoJ--Cincinna- ti ing your journey is em not asking whj-- you are here Â¬ y - EbbV BKBs n o m M bW hi I HEBE W mmmm The divine that is in man constantly seeks after the infinite lience among nil peoples there is in universal search Â¬ ing after God As are the cult and the morals of the people ro their idealization of the preexist- nt All however clothe Him with righteousness and confess Him to le the supreme almoner of the universe Ciatitude is neither dead nor asleep and as men receive so the wells of thankfulness send forth bubbling waters whoso ripples make music of praise Among Christian na- tions where conceptions of the All- Good have reached greatest perfectnoss the lesson of gratitude is most fre- Â¬ quently taught and mo t universally Long anterio- - to the birth practiced of the American nation the people were wont at the close of the aftermath to set apart a day in which to consider the tender mercies the boundless love the generous hand of God in order that their hearts might swell and throb in responsive touch to His beneficence This practice born amid the rocky hills of New England has been per Â¬ petuated annually by a nation which above all peoples that have been and are has most cause to be glad Here indeed do the rocks pour out rivers of oil the earth yields marvelous increase and only the sins and short Â¬ comings of men make possible want or siiflerirg anywhere Among this peo- Â¬ ple is the greatest personal liberty broadest interpretation of the rights of the individual highest aspirations after comforts and luxuries and great Â¬ est general faith in the protnise and fyl fillment of a more exalted condition of With this peo- Â¬ llllill ami happiness ple as with no other people are greater diversity of climate more varied yields of vegetation and a wider range of employment for the masses than is found anywhere else upon the globe In this country men have need to their comfort to employ less hours for labor and may devote more time to enjoyment and pleasure than their fellow beings in other lands Bf calling these superior benefits our people have cause indeed for gratitude uot because they enjoy privileges that would seem to be denied others but for the reason that their lines ure cast in pleasant plsees The grateful heart best capable of appreciating and he who remembers his blessings cannot fail of according praise where praise belongs Kef respecting the year an its results there are suggestions that the barns are filled to fatness with golden grain the wheels of industry whirl and whirr the marts of trade are active with hurrying feet ard the hope and promise of better things are potent Remembering his divinity as well as his mortality recalling the Provi dence that is over all and giveth all lc who receives should not fail of a grateful heart nor sclfishlv measure his own gifts by those of his neighbor There are those - ho sorrow because from the beginning the laughter of the Joyful has rang out amid the cry of hearts made desolate but there is the universal promise of comfort to the At this season of the year mourner the once green leaves ai alien upon the ground betrodden under foot of man bui the naked trees through which the chilly blast rf the west wind now moans shall with the warming days of spring put on new beauty and So the days that are to be freshness give assurance of peace to spirits that may lie troubled The night comes but the glad sun is on its course and its rays will spread life and light upon all The mortality of man confirms suffer- Â¬ ing at intervals but the divine that is in him lifts him up out of the depths and in the higher life he sees and adores the beneficent God of all It is a good thing to remember mercies to forget afflictions and to give thanks to the All Giver William Rosser Cobbe Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Ttife PiirJt rail Jlftlv lersiylsgiiis wy milhf - mi arzm J2 Â¬ I1 QyAP IK1NG5LEYHALL scrX 4EstQznL ITCP BGAU i FLIER V VW Â¬ RATTLE AX 1111 1 TJPLUC IS THE LARGEST A MEMORABLE Â¬ Â¬ GoodIobacco Sold For PIECE OF A Â¬ rfSf IO CENTS PINNFK Â¬ I 1 f J Â¬ I 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ It was Thaiksgiving and the first time that joyous occasion had fallen sinceyoung M s Lambkin had acquired her matronly title All the relatives on both sides of the house had been invited to dine with the young pair and nil had accepted Consequently it wan unfortunate that the cook had thru morning decided that she couldnt abide no such doings and taken a triumphant leave M s Lambkin sat weeping among the unwashed breakfast dishes when her husband appeared staggering under a market basket laden with hoi lav fare Oh Alpbeas my heart is broken What will your m she wailed say Rut you know you have been so proud of your cookery donbtlen you can prepare dinner your But I only told Laura how to do it Why was I ever sobbed his wife born I can help suggested Mr LambI was famous for ma kin cuit in enmp iird I once made He was which another man drank Â¬ Â¬ When they put a man in jail he cannot He ran follow bis natural inclinations eat v hat be wants to be i tin Is it not equally in a very Fur all of the true of a dyspeptic enjoyment begets ut of life he might He cannot eal as well be in jail Hi much he likes nor enough At tust pt gets iittl- - sympathy a little beav iness in the stomm nt LOT OF 1 sourness windv lieirhings and heartburn headaches and biliousness and a foul month in the morning t iirui ie constipation is almost inevitable and means that the body is holding una impure nutter that should The poison is beiir absorbed ten rid body Im into tl may lead to almost anv disease i mst ipation is the start of all Ir Pieri es Pleasant 1elletn cure it so it ptays cured So constipation n the world vv ill do that Send lI cents in one cent Worlds lMstisarv Medical Association I V and receive Dr Buffalo Ad- Common Sense Medic 11 if A D ted Louisville Bj v i Tcaacco liuirlt iv- - Market TiIimcio Umisville suns AND v llillse lac week SaV laraoaal t tor the same period jv our -- i w 101 - Ii K i I O hhjs lr market HI vis receipts 76 hhds Sale- - on rv 1st amount to tit ol tnc ii to this date amount to in- t with OVERCOATS FOR Tnc ml our market this week 2 Â¬ A THANKSGIVING HTilN Sacred wine of loves libation To the Father evermore Gratitude and consecration From our hearts well dally pour In the hand extended oer us In the golden days behind In the sky bright hopes before us Thy compassion f may fnd friendships that engirt us For the For affections sacred flame For Thy law which doth convert us We would magnify Thy name Thanks we give for home and nation For the blood that made us free g still the consummation Of our perfect liberty For the altar fires glowing With religions holy light For the spirit breezes blowing For the faith transcending sight For the storm the sun the rainbow Verdant pastures pleasant ways For Thy mercies constant Inflow Hear our orisons of praise Rev Samuel J narrows in Christian ej and of cm of dnk tobacco 13 hhis Tiie h h st price thus tar realised for new crop o boriei per band There is no recent ch in the condition or the market for old AIN T THE IltKEV PONE Y T All grades with high color con- Â¬ hue going to see ny sister at the time tinue to co Theyll overlook things anyhow r The following quotations repreAlpacas is your mother the woman sent our nnrkt for burlev to overlook her daughter in ci op And Alph us was silent takes 5010 However bv fire oclock dinner was Trish Ik or damaged t i v U4 irt Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JJ at six matters had progressed fair v inh n in Vleliaui lr well The turkey somewhat flecked w ith tonunon lus not colon i rt ro ro feathers was in the oven the potatoes c rv Bp 400m 5o were on and a quantity of cranberry Medas to Good Lol lus 5 50 h jelly had arrived from Mrs Lambkin a Ci nmoalo Medium Leaf 00 o to mother ho wa iil and unable tocome Medium to Good Leal 00 7 tu Ij 00 to leaf 00 herself select Wrapper Leaf 00 to 30 o Xo other vegetables are necessary 1 5 yv 1 1 198 AT I Â¬ 1 W--4---a- J- Register Â¬ All Depends on the Turkey How are you going to spend Thanks- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ giving Incle Jack Well suh hits des cordin ter de turkey Ef hes quiet en doan roos too high Ill spen de day at home but ef lies noisy en I mck any mis devs no tellin whar Ill fotch up Detroit Free lress Nit Doubt He Will Â¬ What a flighty fat young thing that saucy turk is said Mrs Gobbler to he husband replied Mr Gobbler as he True thought of the passing days before Thanksgiving Im looking every day for him to lose his head entirely Judge NOT PROVIDED FOR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ this by ghrfag it a fair trial Insist upon lnh IIckd4 and only Hoods tragically My darfl six for 5 ling wont vii tiitue the day for our ct I shil be utterly wretched marriage Pills Hoodiharmonionvly wits c Sirapulllt until I can call yoi my own he Very well Say Thanksgiving v arnages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ day hauled and pain ef at the very lowest Mr Yaleman Great Scott girl are Al work gaaraateea to be as you crazy Plct Thtts foootball day good as any in the State Judge RICHMSD CvRKIVGR WoRK- S L Midkff Proprietor A BetCTbef 39- resPalBinlion Charley Waller Silver Creek has sal f red fin sometime with paipitati XAANTFD- - Several trustworthy gen- Twickenham Dont you think our tlemen or ladies to travel in Ken Thanksgiving dinner will be a greot the heart liy ace dent he liable h that pressure at a certain point of the tacky succc Salary M rs Tvv ickenham body relieved him I am afraid not He has invented a sition f780 and e Knclose retWeu self ad Twickenham Why not belt to produce the pressure and appjie dressed sniiniiei enveloiH The Dotnin- Mrs Twickenham Not one of the for a pattern Third Floor hnaha Bldg Wrile to him if v men you invited knows how to carve t hicago 22 that trouble Brooklyn Life AsMiie Too Mr fL tteasonsble I 1 once remarked Mrs Laiuhkin read that cold daw and canned toina toes were unwholesome anyhow Nobody wants nore than turkey with jelly and potatoes remarked her husband sagely Then theres wedding cake and fruit we shall do finely We shall I will entertain our guests vv hile you fin And put on t te best china with the prettiest linen I only wish Laura could see the dinner At a quarter peat seven Mr Lambkin cautiously opened the kitchen door finding his wife kneeling 07 the store Isnt the turkey done yet he hazarded they ire all a little impa- Â¬ tient Mother says though sinknew anyone be ire who could cook a big dinner with no odor in the hou Alpha US that turkey will never be done The man said it was tender I know hut but I forgot to light any fire in the sto e That Thanksgiving day was memor- Â¬ able in the anna s of the Lambkin family as the one on which they dined upon cheese crakers and cranberry jelly From that day also dated his mothers habit of retail bag to her son as poor Alpheus Elisa Abmstroxq Two handsome propert uated on North Street 25 26 S sit Agent F Bock Too want of a medicine is that It shall dc you gcr d purify and enrich your blood thioy otT that tired feeling and give you health strergth courage and ambition What BarsapariUa is the only true blood purifier prominently in the public eye today and it meets these requirements perfectly This is proved by the testimony ot thou Â¬ sands of people Hoods Hoods HJ Sarsaparilla Ecilds up the nerves by feeding them on pur Mood creates an appetite by toning e organs overcomes That Tired g by giving vitality to the blood - sweet refreshing sleep You may realize that Hoods Sarsaparilla Does Hoods loo Yaienian Â¬ Only a limited i Â¬ S5 T5iW Â¬ The most conclusive test that we know the significance of a word is our ability to use it in its propercoiinection Tommy said the teacher do you know what the word foresight means Yesm Can you give me an illustration Yesm You may do so Last night my mamma told the doc ter he might us well call round and 8ce me Thanksgiving night Washington My ttock of carriages is the han buggi n th quantity countrv 39- - Giemeacall S I KlciiMov Cmrigi TBLERSn BUCKEYei CORES A SURE Dont Jolav Works tdidkiff Pioprielor If 1011 want to be lobby and wcl wear the blue ti i You fiOTHISS BUT The Worlds Fair Tests showed bo baking powder so pure or so great in leav en Ing power as the Royal ard CERTAli CURE known for 13 years as xh BEST REMEDY for PILES SOTD PIlKi may get left Star t- - AtonoussHsi BT ALL DBtS6I3Ti hn n KMtra THE CLIMAX llr visiting Mrs Abie Walker JgrffcLfSaT frVJHfrHJ Whitty Waldrop of the Register rrKJalBm lie Taylor is at the Atlanta Saturday and Sunday with his family u rftij NO ion WEISKSDAY Ss i i i n i s Unl Iev A J Pikeot Broadhead ha rtuwaircjanirtiiii M Kief with Mr of St ireh to preach called by the Ba guess at Armers pumpkin Tate a friends here for the coming year i Miller and bride nee Klein v penalty Mr Judge L A hissehool hav- ret anted near Fdenton is now at AsMcialisB ftastsffs1 Maj John I JlarriR returned froin At- Â¬ home Krai Estate at Irvine to day CuatAI for lanta last week V G Evans leal estate agent sold for Mr W P Irwitt is recovering slowly 14 J irs Teachi 1 -- Miss Irvine as fol- W CL Talbott is sarfooaly sick at bis from an attack of la grippe ulline n I retaiy Brock says every lowa To st 165 acres of the home in the country Allen the little son of Mrs Dudley that ttiere ill he an Moore farm at JttS per acre to E1 ton Miss Catherine Schmidt left Monday Hendricks died Thursday night and waa abnndance of tinner Rock r one lot Sllw to J A Wallace one night to attend the Exposition buried Friday at Gilead burying ground Law Kuund Tr 37 to ta 1iarisaali West one lot TrilS I Turner v Mrs Dr Prase and daughter Hettie The hither of the little died i few weeks A N will sell round trio tickets to J r West one lot J276 The ago The family have the symathy of Hello went to Lexington last week ridav including ticket Died the community etary of State elect Charles t Walnut street theatre to hear Lillian TTt M Bowie Bronddus Emory died at Fin ley of Williamsburg was here last the home of her father II C Broaddns Cottonbarg eek ii any train that day coins or iaj Richmond on Tuesday Nov nth Mrs Voega an Died on November 2d infant son of daughter of New eluding a pecia train which probably - years She D Carpenter York are the gnaata of apt and Mrs her hushainl Joim Emory and an in Wj pant The continued dry weather is nuking She bad been liUit several months old Thaaksftvisg Servi M Poyata and wife are in water scarce in this locality though there Ir ill for nearly a year Burial in Richmond Il in cemeterv tod v iO i rain now Philadelphia he taking a six weeks post is appcarv jam gradoati i isiting friends People grnerally are done gathering i cheater Court a Inion Service as formerly The follow Mr w 11 ilover President of First corn and stripping tobacco is goiiig on Ia auctioneer reports 400 - ill have servii in National Hank Nicholasville visited his Kays property on the Sale of Mr X Best feeders 1200 cattle n the market an twenty nephew Mr B C Potts last week 16th good crowd present and property to 110u feeders pounds brought j terian lion C L Bearey has returned from sild well considering the times A lot 10 lb htistian the the Atlanta Exposition and prononnce of corn sold at 97 cent per barrel oats in heifer lOOtll oeu to biir h VtUH leaf 86 rents er hundred i 100 grade sheep 145 per head fat it better than the Worlds Fair in many Church articulara rood foaling toratoekera and WaUilCPtOH Mr Charley Rowland and sister Miss tlntaksgrvtBC hitiua Mr Wm Damrell of Irvine was visitof St Loo is are visiting relatives teiian Church will of this place ing ids lather Joe Damn64 Hill St- Sense fiere- They came last week to the ur the bem tit e Thanksgiving Day by a service I Porta owns a mare that has more list week After he reached his fathers burial of tlieir brother The official choir of that ense in one direction that any living a his liorse took sick and died a very tine fjl I r Mays of Garrard cameupto Rich lunch have prepared an excellent of her kind rapimal Iler hoofa grow animal lay J Monday night to take the midnight trsni of music for the occasion and the idly and w hen a lititle long interfere with mood n Uncle Dave Kinnnrd has been very ill j sermon wiil lie preached by the pastor bar traveling Hut nobody knows the train to Williamsburg where his son is sue tinn lit is somewhat etter ami f K as the result of the Somerset foot bail ph Smith The public are trouble better or sooner diacoverea it siek lire On account of the rain last Saturday than she and the tbst time the gate is expedition night there waa no debate at the Haker Mr K C Park of Irvine was here the left open she walk- - straight to the blackMr Will speak on the same school home a L Sanders smith shop When shod returns home last week and sivs his town will take a subject next Saturday night Resolved 11 cigar factory in Rich fresh start when therohbins nest again PM Tile Cliinaxj That Kentucky should have a conipu ondarted by I P S ai and be one of the best in the upper hall ig illThe Ibrse Come school law oat and the proprietors of the State BEST MACKIT0SH Box and Cape Styles ALL PRICES On last Tneaday several of the RichMrs J P Super bought of C H Baker nee to parts e and th A Hitfgins and daughter Miss Mrs w ho are interested in the to Mrs U rs waa two fa lugs for S3 per hiindt reported dead mond people ligiit haincas horse went out to the track Julia Miss Delia K inisoy and visitor was bark in Richmen Died Of pnnemonia on the 23d net Mi s Virginia He ill Miss Mary Matin-waTHESE ARE BARGAINS sad yon eaaaot afford to pan them by They are two to three dollars cheaper than performance of some Mr- taon is a and witnessed the iast week anl say I Mr ii All bran new ami latest styles rxelioa left for Allan Ollie Barrott daughter of Mr and Mrs So hold over g eods No such goods can he offered here for that price elsewhere Prom another very speedy and promising young Indianapolis years This is the Win Barrett aged We can suit and We have all grades in proportion hut those arosj few special items ws want to call your attention to II ta Monday night The iirst exhibited were Mr 5 that Nicholson who waa second member of Mr Barretts family please von in any thing yon may want in our line B lot consisted of four wean U ajHSJJt far X ff J - now president of a gold mR he has lost within less than three weeks by Ashby 2 tiiut could ste mining company at dpi Ie Creek Col- Two other members are sick at present eighths right close to twenty seioels and Ttt PnPPC QPflMnPNIPi- L fj No others can approach ii- - and all we ask is to come and inspect our line and be convinced that we have the cheap UUlMALOr UltU tUHk were pionouneed a superior lot by all who M Dont buv cheap and shoddv goods WHEN YUL CAN GET RjnV est iml L 1RGEST LINK of Clothing in this city bad saw tile peilormance Asiiov promises Iush Bait mm GOODS AT THE SAME PRICE LIABLE Jesse Caldwell preached B very interIt is not unlike to he a great sire and hi Is fir to equal Thh Li esting sermon sit Speedwell Sunday UPPPll his deal sire Vatican ia points of ex of lit on errv S Merchant Tailoring in all the latest and stylish thinga Boya and Children a v Ben Helm tba evangelist who Sunday night three inched treine speed as Tennis the oldest of Onr line is complete in sill branches IrtiS Suits at prices not to be had at any other place Onr two piece Suits B O E are the best on earth Mothers come mm a record preaches Holiness and Sanetiiication ptook luce was Brassfield his loC in di d rubber James Cornelison ami Wm of 2 38 at the late Lexington meeting commenced a protracted meeting here thrown bv B mule and consid iabiy mm and see them n M- iEach party ti j having good crowds and thereby tHk the record for the year- k all Dr Oldham thinks not danger He though carry the ball to the opineite side of the 1t tild and in so doing the treat ball is lings of 1805 It is doubtful if four such reaches at t lie chapel of the college and onsly hurt He is suffering considerably S tugs can be found by the same sire the Kev Mr Fee is one of his constant up at arms length and kept Mr and Mrs M Hacker Irvine were hearers taking much interest in the visiting at Dr Johnstons last week bauds for mo w ith the same amount of handling the players Hill Mr K P Fox Jr also had some very meeetings Teachers Association at Kingston next PRICES and will save you from SELECTIONS OP THE NEWEST THINGS AT BOCK BOTTOM promising ones one a rom til v by A large crowd left here Satuiday for Saturday This promises to be averj in Furnishing goods whatever yon want in that line Shirts best to be nasi Eltrin mm possessed a beautiful Fox Iird that 10 to 15 per cent on every pair ry Spring in atvo horse wagon ni Saturday Nielli teresting meeting We have what you want Get them while you can All kinds and rhoap giit and good evidence of a coming trot- riding through the rain Give mm bos one dollar shirt in America the ill J P Kitum the atten- I i 17 i- si i i ill ls Our popular agent at the depot Hamti i e nin inutvc u in i on our auvantaiTe ami save in aiiiinnig nun jin niv- son oui iniiiiiu- mil Us SI call Our new white larhei ie doing a iv o have not paid ter visited relatives at Irvine ilton Smith rive us t call 3 our inter Mr Fox also showed a bay filly by busiiess and giving satisfaction you money wife the important foci their Sunday Judge Fox Typhoid fever is still prevalent and iv for per cent penalty lakes effect Dr Hooker full sister to he recently sold for 800 This is some serious CBOf B and one or two deaths Saturday night at 12 oclock lb rone which was Valley View w Several new buildings are in the course will lie in the OBBce till certainly a trainable Illy The next Sji a bay tidy the property of C D Chen traction near the depot Miss Nettie Biggerstaff gave a delight anlt of this city that showed consider new livery stable of Mr Parrish is ful party to her young meads last rhars per eewf does be- i as well as being B royally bred under roof and will soon be completed daf night A beautiful repast was B en1 annum bat straight able sjiee one being by Time Onward oat of a at S p m i should the and full a ny In other mar- Pv Happy Me siuni next nam srwarda Key K B Baird preaches at Sv Patcheo if your taxes are SiKl and you llambrino KY Mr Jeff Cox is improving all tin time loam Church South next Sunday r the of Mr Have Wiicx also bad the pride nu Saturday night at mm odock from his recent accident and has thrown F Wharton went to Cincinnati If his stable present and she is a magniti M mday away one crutch Monday on basil cent going animal lieing a full sister to Dr F M Durst has been quite ill and in JJN J S ledford and family moved to Pa Brown Velvet 216 lo snh in t liatii s barg 00 riuirsday last sn noia Monday to this f the IiN I k li ed from the lung and we hope for his lip- UuliBiiiid Tehphsne Oantfajiy J 5rftUSi TpryjaHrVJaiBB James Turner and wife of the Forest and wife have rented the lower speedy improvement lie is having a Rs until a Hill neighborhood will occupy the cot Ti li ray and t ken well drilled on his place and is other H V country Btore 18 Allen tage made vacant by ledford but t six a s ago wise improving the town as well as bis 47 All man k Hairis gro A tisii Hudys Pile Suppository w pay his A carload of machinery consigned to Squire Powell would never rent it Conatipa own property W livery stable 30 Azbill J is aaarantceil t cure ries and er F Wharton consisting of two large per pied til now Mr Stivers our hardware merchant is If 27 Bales Hr C J office 50 cents lion or money retnaded Semi two sumps for circular am I Kich- Hier wife and little one Dr C J- residence always ready with a good fire and a engines etc to be used in his saw mill bo to Martin Rudv Registered seeping in the A Bianton laughable anecdote to entertain strangers now being erected w s received last Free S m pie Lancmrter Pa No Postal L II residence reading at the rharmacut Thursday on Second next below T S or friends ami altoii L K coal yard Kor ale by all BTBt elan Answered hoanling several y O A Hoy manager of the Southern druggwU evervwliere and in Iterea Kv 7 Blanoo L R Kgs are plentiful and- selling at 15 residence BO has 76 Hale and iriiuon M cents Lumber Co is having built at the shop bv S E Welch Jr 26 Broaddna P H liv stable BUB from Tavlors Fork furniture of Houston stanwood ft Gamble Cin To Badtaooan A Biggerstaff beFat turkeys are numerous and are - carriages sur t A new line laWS t pike and now re- A undertakers ing made ready for Thanksgiving the cinnati B special turin engine to be rie barouche and wagon just received vent street used at their plant this place if Bos 4 Transfer office adorn the festive hoard an supply to Thev are dandies Come and see them lumberyard PHI Cane A At Perkins last Wednesday Frank better part of the menu and allow us to Made of the best materia and guaran C3 fier Pie ar imax Printing Co I comply with irovers regnant mm Dickerson and Albert Kidwell became Iced WILL ON Prices lowei than ever before 50 Cobb J Tevis law oilice The llepubliians believe that to the dirhcultytbe resnltof which Sfrril Richmomi CaSBISSB Works IfrGeo I ileus is kind and obliging involved ina it ins Furniture Co etv ot ion the num- gjffl S U MiiiKifT Proprietor attentive to customers and good looking Kidwell was shot three times by Dicker m Thursday Nov 28 1895 grocery ins T ei of applicants that are now scrambling son from the effect of which he died a few as times will allow He still pBVfl at for tin es under the new administration Dickerson then gave l Covington Arnold i Mros gro The country is wild over it VVhai fair sex some and sells the hoars afterwards ii to the Bil I T T residence There will abonl ten 54 Covington in Kentucky himself up to liianl Baden and Dr O The Bine Gras stiff hat Wallace A jVr 1030 oclock a m on the premi in the town chea V es in layette coaaty 10 miles a ill go away hnngi Co grocery Judge N Little and was brought to town His Rica Deatherace N H A young couple from Berea evidently soiithesist ot Lexington sell publicly to few cuss words M NM grocery 5 Driggars critniwaa set li last Saturday the highest bidder the tract nl land out hi a fly trii after driving through examining trill Irnst worthy 7 Dykes J I grocery on their lis In order to help manv that Tuesday the 3d of Decem WASTED Several to travel in Ken Â¬ known sis the David Clark farm situated our town tnrued their horse and drove but put off till or ladiea on the cart side of the lacks Creek pike 7 Dykes J D residen wont get ihere amlsive them moin y and tucky toi BBtabliheed reliable boitae up to One of our stoies and asked W hat ber hree fourths of a mile from the Ixing eplras nights we propoae that Fvans coal yard n criminal expenses Steady positsalary S780 and C F Bryant who has been at Jellioo S in the market name of this place f The desired ton and Richmond pike containing about 14 given all the officea reference ami unty be Farley Hros grK ery tion Enclose I with the finest information was given and thev drove on and some other points in Eastern Ken- Â¬ The Dominion envelope Stamped is we have the men right here that are wil stock of Jewel eenv J D residence Acres of apparently satisfied We suppose they did tucky on business returned last Satur Â¬ Company Third Floor Omaha Bid ir ai ruiid ry ever brought 13 Fire Dejiartment take them and they are capable - Jay Ell Skk -- ft Land o day not know where they were at thi tothiscitv If vou 44 Foster Dr J M office and deserving of them and it will put a tT want anvthing in elilal The cheapness of hogs dont altogether There in on the farm a good substan68 Foster Dr J M residence stp t cii this uneasiness in the n the Jewelry line of our hirmers digeswith many piano the commonwealth tial two story brick residence excellenr Brookstown TW 71 Frazee Dr I J residence What say gentle dont fail to give stock and tobacco barns a fine orchard Hipn tion YORK 15 l him a call For the We will s7 ii on Dr II office men is it a go Win Hog killing is in fall blast and other improvements Christmas H o I i Some of our citizens are applying for 67 Gibson Jno K residence our consent to Garrard county hen give Terms fsisy and will he made known Miss Battle Hugely has had a royal davs you will find v-tchurch Â¬ Address me at Winon day ol sale positions under the incoming administraiunchigiani Joe restaurant Slaving them the next time a fnll line and at visit to relatives in Winchester chester kv W C residence tion such asguirdsat the penitentiary 42 tiormley bottom prices The Judge Itice Hon C S Powell WSJ following N in the is in timrrh GEORGK B XFI 23 24 and other soft snaps Their wants should oil iormlev W C Baloom lureifn gevafera Inde Â¬ and Senator Bennett BBorted Undenominational in Religion way of Diamonds f the gratified as they nave been starving Chenault Female J F residence be 62 ireenleaf Malisoi An Exponent Politics The Climax is in leieipt of en pendent in he will offer you with W ti Powell in the chase and I7 Hiekett for public pie long enough itiful strains facob livery stable bi - from Jamaica fiowth ppiiei Christianity of King from Africa One otherwise last week Final Presbyterian 4 the saloon Hackett T Dollar to Three -New Zealand Their styles and make and -100 a Year Misses Mary Cratcbsr and Ormie Hodg Hundred each La 4 mia IhiganT S drug store Blue Lick e wonderfully alike to be so re- dieb and Gents kin of Winchester came over home 51 Hamilton A Co meat shop tdditiou and added verv The separate iphiealljr Allen left last r Mr and Mrs las G Gold and Gold- G with Elisabeth Baldwin to spend Sunday B1 We liOX- - to i llarber M M coal yaid filled Watches to nsare half again as wide sa these week for a visit to their old friends in hist fBJ Heath Dr M residence Solid Non Sectarian AND A Weekly Noli Political suit anybody and at prices that you cant refuse them We wish them a pleasant lay county of the Cirtw and the advertisements A fine Paner The slight deposit of snow hare Wed Â¬ Hume W S x Co Silver Creek silver Spoons and rorks in plain and fancy designs t in large tvpe throughout journey and a safe return Determined not to know anything line of Dresden Lamps of the latest designs and at very low liea ib St I I nesday night has been v sifted from a j Infirmary Iiti A Clay These papers were sert us by the A fine lot of Thanksgiving will be observed in this OF prices just the thing for a handsome present anions vou save lesus Christ Jones W s 6aloon Western drift but who can account for 50 CENTS A YEAR hamberlain Me lieineCo of HesMoines ir Cut Glass that he is offering at reduced prices A large line of neighborhood by many of our people Nov Llld It 66 Kennedy Dr O A nawCB the two days steady rain beautiful Clocks that will be an ornament to anybodys room Ii and all emtain advertisements of the hy giving a dinner and attending public 511 A He residence Kennedy Dr in Richmond cemeterv on Tuesday and verv low in prices Anything you want in the way of I will oTer for public sale at my resi Some personal magnetism surely at medicines So when you take Companys worship Some- Silver Novelties N K B depot 7s U land de dence on the Big Hill turnpike one mile Winchester Jac b Baxter to ChamWrlain inelicine you know that thing real tine in Cmirel Mr- H C Davis met with a painful from Kiciimoiid aa Madison Female Institute Madison count v and had UP US STRUT Mr Perry of TAKEN all around the world are doing the las Silver Mounted C ingo ie of us welcomed accident hist week whhile taking a sack 40 McCreary J H residence lis shoot six Walking Sticks Ttie latest Waco with bis bed Springs same A blacksmith at a village in Ken nsssh I L of corn from his liorse falling and se C brio a brae for ornamenta74 Memorial Hall to cures wrought in bini tuckv certifies y of Tiide Li Fayette Wtehl lb re To the iin i verery bratieing himself in the right side tion in Dresden Minton 56 Mnldelton B L drug store by the medicines in iptestion ami that He was a Carlsbad Hiawatha Royal Hugely colored Ik- it Baid on Wiebl is among the cattle men C meat market Jim Bunch is one of the leading SI Miller Taken up by the undersianed on 7th beginning at 10 oclock a tn all ray live might to remove all doubt from the Worcester Teplitz Ausold time darkey who will be Vt i v steer vearliiur deep redwhite stock and farm products consisting of in Mai ni H 77 Myers D H planing mill of this neighborhood and has a constant humble trian and an endless variety minds of West Indians South Africans I by his neigh stripe on right side while patch in lore IW nnett 15 Parry ft rtinaildua meat simp of useful articles that you smileo n his face Head of Feeding Cattle and far awav New Zealaiiders horns white tip on i Iowell went to court at bead slishtlv curvedyearling color deep 82 Da Her Tr bbleliio Mr W cant fail to be pleased 22 Parrish lvman liverv stshle Also heifer tailBlackbirds are more numerous here Dont miss them with fiMI twentv brood sows one Winchester Monday t lake Wbite i7 at 4 BabDacr- 1ickels ieo W residence red white patch in lorehead and under KTUA Pool Hall two j- and for every dollars nve than ever known before and destroy j Sharply curved horns Owner hnndied hoIk thiriy twenty Bhoatasheep Ciias Clover 44 at j has S otlice 62 Powell Wm Talbott continues very ill at body Mr worth bought gives you a six ire iows much of the small grain For The Climax by proving prouattj can li - alxmt IVKt Tie- aver guess as to the number of 66 Powell Chas S residence a One lot of liroiMl mares by such sires us his home Eastern Heights At last a game has teen arranged beSeveral emigrant wagons containing seeds in a big pumpkin Peavine King Richard Vatican Ac a 80 Powers W F diug store v Miss Florence Hugely is to entertain f T PERKINS tween Central University and state Col BMfoal Thnshts people from Indiana passed through and the first one guessing VasEJnBBBBsaSfrVVsv lot if thn e year oids two year olds year 9 Poyata Dr J M residence Thanksgiving eve nd will be played in Richmond the exact number or eoru we nmes out ol these mares by here last week on their way to Geor our lads and lasses on A neigtiiniring RepnWicari met Joe g Bejgiater Printing Co 2bbHbW ing nearest to it will he King Rkhard Btark Squirrel Chester saturdav Nov IJOth This will un Those who kno Mrs boob Hngelys gia Manpin short v after the election and next presented with a Haml Dare and Fgilie Tle lest lot of young 45 Richmond Ice Co d Uibtediv be the best game of thesi tact will bear me out in assuring the SABBATH READING how do vou feel Mr has Carter is sr Bering with one some Watch either la lies beaan t gnv him at evH offered tor sale hathiscosa 52 Richmond aundry office College la ham- years young ii meld that their fondest antici or Gents worth fifteen lot of work mules corn in the inunitv of Jobs coniforttrs on the side of his the victorious liepuli- - State Bhjchmond National Hank realised have thus farsuc essfully defended dollars The seeils will lie Non Sectarian shock corn ill the crib six hundred patioi A Weekly Nonlolitical Just like Ijirarus when he too cheek lican B K K depot N1 counted by a committee Isiper bushes ot beriev ISQO bushels of oats their title this year having defeated Mr Fd Baxter and others have sold -was the 6olemn nja Mr tiabe Foley has invited the Week appointel for the purpose If vou dont want a watch you hm nd Prod nee ft Cod Co Ieti rmmil not to know anything one liundre bushels of wheat a lot of Centre College and the lxuisville Ath hogs at ly Cottage Prayer meeting to hold their their timothy lay some haled s nne in the ammo yon sssv Jeans Christ Imioud Steam Iaundry ifffi can have anything else to that amount letic Club stack a lot of clover hay in the 6tack and H next assembly at his country homeJoes residence RUB 50 Cents a Year W 11 Iyon coach and II Cecil Kree Taniptkes fishier in the shock DONT FAIL TO CALL The Chesapeajka 4 Oliio railway has ick and it goes without saving that it Co eoal yard 59 How land E R mJB Also ah my farming implements conmm added anotherbeautiful novelty to its It J uMshonev through his at manager of the Central University team Pr will be wellattended and handsomely en sisting ot plows cultivators harrows 46 Schilling A confectionary CKRI3 ftNO TEACHERS SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS list of attractive thing which it torney filed a suit in the Circuit Court w itnessed thegame between State College rollers drags hinders mowing machines tertsiined lege I ouis residence HSS DAUGHTERS TiA rtiae that sjilen Judge F A- Hullock and the and the Louisville Athletic Club in wagons carriages buggies and harness 84 Second National Hank i The hickorv nut crop has been gather did r EP1 last Saturday and watched jton ANo at the same time and place I will inty c ni rcUnllrHJilirH arpaairvuBrfaarrHj busy mak ekelfonl ft Gentry is in ed hogs killed andp Is wih interest all the plavs which The m OTHER BODIES OF rent inv firm 120 acres of which grass frien AMD icrt be perpetually enjoined CHRISTIAN WORKERS 41 Simmons J P Sheriffs office crn land balance meadow and ing up their sausage meat Fox hunters ed thermoineSor brought from Germany College sprang on their opponent They and restraineil from issuing tl suit Dr A coons are ripe and rabbits 62 smith We want the names and addresses of land toba tented in parcels to lam rent oundant evidently making mental note- doubt the prettiest thing of suitIt is withoat in the sum ol I and to smv rs Sevsral good booses on members of nb 60 plentiful and hut little sickness preval be kind ever us d by a railroa in f swed list able for sjnanw ther amount for the purpose of nnf which thev will be able to use to no little wilt send u Lot Icr Rest or Sense who OLD S Smith J W residence Yarn BOeks and its are being knit America A bouquet of flowers boh lent TKRMH All amounts of 20 and n advantage when Centrsl University and r the turnpikes which the uh v e will send a copy of our piet Turley livery stable der c sii over that sum a credit of six 96 Smith at almost every fireside and IVP11 mil dllege meet next Saturday tapr bat pewtoet thsriBsatJieaair buv and make ite 1 is under months it h interest from date of 6He 2 TO It TEARS OLD wluaiMi brought up at almost Sals Priiwlj i i 76 Sullivan I A office i ig of wood are v are of the opinion that although oi iiiu iiain I exneton iayette a tlsd mat you can Keep ir of tollHow Slowly the Tinre Goes iilivan J A resilience every farm house in anticipation of ap vou want in every way it is a real nov Pure Old Whiskies for family and Medihas the strongest team she SABBATH READING Address cinal Uses in 5 and io gallon 17 Sullivan P H residence Richmond Ky KetarBed 25 26 p oaching winter Bore throats an for years Central University in elty and an ornament for any house The Park Row New York Packages a specialty I wish to rent or sell pr and nearly everybody has idea - that of Mr C B Ryan the enter- Taylor Hros hardware 14 are abumhut Morgan and party consist her present form will be able to success nceon Broadway Lot 60x190 28 Taylor Dr T J residence a touch of the grip As- nroy Duke and fully cope with her and are confident of ine of his nicery house with cellar bath r prising popuar and very successful His Greek Liquo 8 H Circuit lerk tt Lost tl Thorpe r Agent of the water works and all modern im Miss Louise Bright have returned home Up General T8 Tin lev K E resi Ieo ings Cistern T fh and spirits all in Ihio railway KirksYille grwit 63 Vaught Dr C H residence louse jnst painted ICY SILVER CREEK Wholesale Deslers or L i ian Is svodupois Ml BJ s 10 cents in H emt stamps ami Send e ATTIE 5TEPHEN The dreeth waa broken Stutday law a UgthtaJofj Hct Drc IO q ry de to keep up with as he says by at F L re in retinn on rain From Ifilver reek sUtion about Nov A red so weighing about 200 pounds Funny Nsmel What a W vV residence r thev like to have it cided and desirable novei with iinden lip out t of both ears The 13th a 3 year old unsheared brown - mare their to Fanners are Very True but It Kills Ail i drug tore Dr W cnlcilin ti IllO run him down by their sight ei o owner a 111 ni je 141 hands high a iittle dishlaceo It now It is very low tbongh - the mo t popular hat of ti e ise for market What Sold Everywhere Every Day paying for this advertisement They went East as far aa Turkey retnrn ring Train x Mill Libersi r 1 At Wab o iv one sale reported at 10js per pound dav The Jur Without Relief There la Ne P and liomw hy way of resideu J CO HUME 24 H rf ltj ii - Kif T shares Rt the Climax of fice a hand if the 1inet white hurley toÂ¬ bacco we have wen this season It fill il there is any in the county better It Bras rawed OH the farm of Sen ator II H ul Maiiison ruriiisiies tin- Man tinand the triss arns John Kinnaird of Hires has contracted with 8uit McDonald to furnish a car load of 90 foot clit stunt poles for WhIi irs new telephone system Myers of ttjehmuad will amino the im hester Sun anna 1 Pls PERSONAL mmm HHfli Â¬ frMMrarMMSJM rrifr BJpri mimjmmmmimitimitmittJti i i -- i 1 - w NEW GOODS NO f -- HOLDOVERS 1 1 in L i BAnGMNS I i BEST SUIT i i - IN TOWN -- Â¬ 1 - lii t Â¬ Best Ulster in Town Overcoats Chesterfields Sack Long or Short As You May Want Them - - Â¬ 1 i ajg - 1 hp lj sg Panola Â¬ sra Â¬ pa oWE i HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SH0ESEx - Â¬ - ot - s ttt lii 1 COVINGTON MITCHELL Kington ftt THILORS KND CLOTHIERS irfllf1 215 MAIN STREET RICHMOND - - iMt lrfsipMfrlJllJ frfe I I mmWMms i VALUABLE rpspiIMpj fiJaMerMBMifill D MfImJWrmME mmimmi FARM FOR SALE P ARMER THE MAIN STREET j 1 - era irt - -- tK Â¬ JEWELER j 1 Â¬ 1 I QQy r Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 NEW Â¬ WEEKLY WITNESS H-- SABBATH REAOIN RENTING 1 SALE STOCK II pi Â¬ - m sj IfE Thursday Dec 5 95 Â¬ m i i Â¬ Ik 5 QnaW aBBBsi I 1 US 1 Â¬ Â¬ I mimmimmm iJMrJlir5r5JlrI mmsml mmSmmnamrIs i i i i Â¬ FINE LIQUORS ud 1 SHSTONE Â¬ I Token As stray Strayed orlticleiL j -- i -- 1 V tcr Subscribe for The Climax i NEW STYLES IN sa a illfllllfllt NEW SHEET MUSIC NEW NOVELS AGENCY FOR c IHt STATIONERY Over Thirty Years Without Sickness Mr II Wettstein a well known enterprising citizen of Byron 111 Before I paid much attenwrites tion to regulating the bowels I hardly knew a well day but since I learned the evil results of constipation and the efliccv of Â¬ Â¬ BAMBERGER The BLLL THE LEXINGTON FLORIST FLLXNLR BROS FINE ENGRAVERS AYERS Pills I have not had one days sickness for over thirty years not one attack rs that did not readily yield to this remedy My wife had boen previous to our marriage an invalid for years fclie had a prejudice against cathartics ltt as POOH as she legan to use Ayers Pills her health was Â¬ The statement of the accounts of Bamberger Co wholesale dry goods who Bloom failed some time since has been completed by the appraisers for the assignee and it is as follows The assets he total are appraised at 98589889S liabilities are Sl2140i of which 8715 91772 is to eastern creditors Of the assets S13C9GG S5 has been pledged to secure liabilities leaving 1733093 10 assets available to meet general liabilities of 51078436 15 The tirm desires to resume business if an adjustment of its affairs can be raa le and as its cred- Â¬ itors have manifested a friendly spirit there is hope that the well unown bouse may soon be reopened 21 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Louisville Probably Resume Loutsvu ik Ky Nov BLOOM CO Dry tlools rirni Will UMies IT IS CONFIRMED Cabin Set on lire and Three Person Their Death Brownstown Ky Nov 23 Met Â¬ M H BROWN Committee for Got I Main Street opposite Hotel Glvndon Richmond Kv restored THE NEW STORE AYERS Cathartic Pills Hedal and Diploma at World Tm I Clothing DRY GOODS The com- Â¬ mittees to perfect the local arrangements for the inauguration of Uov be- Â¬ Elect Bradley are announced ing composed of the most rep- Â¬ resentative people of the capital Among those who are named on ihe Senator committee on reception are Wm Lindsay Judge Taos H liines Col Robert H Crittenden Judge Was II Holt Judge Wm H need Judge Oeorge C Drane Col Samuel 11 Small and Col L 1 Tarilon 21 Â¬ Frankfort ation Ky Nov rarileys Inaugur- Â¬ Fair Restore Strength take Aers Sarsanarilla KENTUCKY NEWS or th The Latest Nrwi From All Tart Comnintiueulih MISS TOMMY Kv DUKE Miss Tom- Â¬ SOT U ARB SHi i- Daughter my of the Lexington LWp in Honolulu nt ral to Marry and broke out in Bailey v os store Wednesday morning The entire stock worth 23000 was burned insured for 10000 Cashier Harrigs slice sto t C M Bourlands saddlery and hat nt Co store Buck groceries C P Smiths dry goods store Slayton Bros grocery K B Harveys tjiocetjr Rots Bros grocery and I R Jones hotel were all burned No insurance Total loss about S70000 His Eye Knocked Out Nov Ky SL Density Jackson United Slates Marsiial Wm BynL of Â¬ Â¬ Destructive Fire at Madlonvllle A fire Kv Nov 21 MArusoNViiiK Gents Furnishings Childrens Clothing and Ladies Wraps at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Call and ex Â¬ amine our stock before buying Everything new and fresh OLD luke of Louisville daughter of ien Uasil Duke who has just returned from a tour of Europe with her unce Co Dick Morgan of this city has been here several days visiting with the family of her uncle While here it became reported amonjr a few of Miss Dukes eloaa friends that she is to be married next month to Mr Sidney Mr Hellew was liellew of Honolulu formerly from Foston and is a graduate of Harvard law school He is at pres- Â¬ ent practicing law in Honolulu and is said to be very wealthy The date of the wedding has been fixed for Decem Â¬ ber JO it is said and the young couple will reside in Honolulu Â¬ Not BRONSTON STAND 210 Main ShrEEb HENRY KLEIN J G SON MILLER Manager iVM I CURES Colic Crarr a Diarri- - Nausea Changes of Water Etc Flux Cho a Morbus LIGHTNING HOT DROPS BREAKS UP A COLD Bies of Animals and Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good Cuts Burns Eruiscs Scratches HEALS STRANGE PHENOMENA Coon Hunter on Chopping Down a Tree Make a Peculiar Discovery M Kinney Kv Nov LV A singular case of burning is reported from Waynesburg in the southern part of Lincoln Gooch county Hunley and his son Kit a lad of 17 years were coon hunting While they were chopping down a tree for the game suddenly a hissing sound ac- Â¬ companied by a very unpleasant odor came from the notch in the tree Younj Gooch struck a match to see what was wrong and immediately fire flashed all over his head and shoulders btuming him severely After getting bey mi tiie e rcuit of the flames tne two st mi and watched the flames as thev cnrieii abUt the body of the tree until tne bark was burned off several feet atnive their heads The men had chopped into a pent ui reservoirof gas STRANGE TRAVELER Journey on loot With a Child in in a l afoy i arringe Van nil iii Kv Nov gS J H Dar sey arrived here from Floyd county and drew crowds of the curious 01 ac Â¬ count of the novel manner in wliicii he ras amoving all his worldly puliation to Dayton 0 His wealth consist- of a babr earriajre and a boy 3 yeirs He has walked old and hauled the child f oin Floyd in this buggy and trill continue until he ar st Dayton wnei e he has two ss ters Ue said be was leaving his native st ite to keep from killing a brother-in-II had named the law of ins boy rover Cleveland and his brother-in-lawith whom be a- - livinjr made Mch violent objections to the name that a qtiarrel followed A Man Â¬ w Jackson while attending a school ex hibition on Cutshin creek Leslie county was struck on the head with a heavy rock by some unknown assail ant and was perhaps fatally injured one of his eyes having been entirely mashed from its socket Bvrd has been very active in arresting moon shiners from that region of late Moonshiner shot Ulllcer Wounded Li- x m ton S Ky Nov II Marsiial Kdbourn and three deputies made an extensive raid on BMMtisbio ers Tuesday in Wise county Virginia just over the Kentucky line destroy ing a dozen illicit stills with a capac In the tight le ity of 2000 gallons tween odieers and moonshiners three of the latter were seriously wounded and one officer received a painful shot in the mouth Â¬ Â¬ I I Â¬ Â¬ Sold ECftrwHEHE2S ado 50c Peh Borne Ho Relief Ho Pa 50c sue contains two and etc half times as much as 95c bottle HERB MEDICINE CO lSVSVVSVSVSVSvtvXfV I SPRINUFIELD O has commuted the death sentence of Columbus Inelps to life imprisonment Phelps was to nave lieen hanged Friday for the murder of Henry Ihelps He killed lum to his half brother prevent his giving testimony against bim in a larceny case Suit Against a Itishop Covington Kv Nov 21 The Louis- Â¬ ville Trust o as curator of the estate of Mrs Mary Howard Preston has tiled suit ir- against Bishop Maes to recover s 0 o Ml in bonds berpieat hed by Mrs Ireston to the bishop for the benefit of the Roman Catholic cliurcn Â¬ Pensions Issued to Kent uckians 21 Nov WASiMMiioN Pensions have been issued as follows- Original iniilip Shaw ISloomtield Nelson In creas John C MeUee Berlin Bracken Oeorge W Dummilt Head of Gras sy Lewis James Boyd Georges Creek McKee Geo Ueissue Lawrence Louisville Original widows etc- - Ar Sharp Liberty Casey milda Death Nentence Commuted v Brown Lorts iiik Nov 21 - Â¬ Â¬ Mrs EVELDER HAS JUST RETURNED IM- ARE WE NOW Ella Lkxinoton Seearee wife of Itobert Scearce of Montrose station was adjudged insane and ordered sent to the asylum She is the woman who was taken from the ineinnal Southern train in a deep sleep at Georgetown last week Fliped With His It rubers stepdaughter i Srearce Insane Ky Nov vt Mrs MmMKKBORO I Ky N iv 21 Miss READY Hattie s II urner steiKiangiiter of Lieut FROM NEW YORK Come one come all WHELK HE BOUGHT AN and see the largest MENSE STOCK OF line of Roots Shoes Bell and Huston Hell eloped to DRY GOODS and Hats ever brought to Richmond SIl limiE rl all IrorrMiiiiie for th- - liauural Nov FniNKl in Ky 27 Below wiil lie found the programme for the cer monies on tueiiav of the inaugur Prayer by Dr W C Taylor ation Address of partinjr and welcome by Judge W H Bolt VaUdctory by Gov John Younjr Drown Address by Bo elect Bradley Administration of by Chief Justice Iryor Resolutions in behalf of citizens by rat Mc Donald Itenec ictioD by llev D Clay Lilly Gen D W Aavdsaj wa1- - made Tennessee and were married The bride is only 13 years old The groom is the brother of the stepfatner of the bride Kentucky Miners Migrating Asm svi Kv Nov 21 Coal miners are deserting the Big Sandy country PRICES only a slight sd I an QsHl rill sell tliem pock t bo sit aj sjki ijUHntitir Our stoekis now com Â¬ plete in every depart- Â¬ ment We have all the latest styles and we have them at the right prices We promise to save every customer money who makes a purchase of oath Â¬ Â¬ for Carter county under promise of more work and a better mining rate It is less than six months since the condition were just the reverse Options on Kentucky till Land 21 Nov Miiiim fshoko Kv The Stan lard Oil Co is taking options on a large acreage of oil lands near Pine Tne bursting of a pioe in tne Lexington steam laundry here Thursday came near rePLEADING FOR OHARA sulting seriously The laundry em- Â¬ i into A Notable Array of Prominent Men at ployes most of them irir a contract the street Thomas 11 the K utucky Capital Frankfokt Ky Nov 23 A big del- or who was building an annex fell egation from tiie Sixth district were from a wal and was badly hurt about here Friday to Bosks an appeal for a the head whie tne arm of Cornelius pardon for James Ollara son of Hon Rovcroft a N gro was Injured by the R li OTIara of Wiliiamstown under failing of a wall Several others were slightly hurt sentence of two years for manslang A snrprlse Welding ter Among those who will iio before SiiAiip Nov 22 A sur- Â¬ Ky the governor are Judge A G Dejar nette Hon Tim Neednam and It II prise wedding occurred Thursday aftAmong ernoon in the parior of the Windsor OHara of Williamstown others who are here and whose pres- Â¬ hotel at Paris the principals being ence may be connected with the same Mr A H Cochran and Miss Maggie matter are ex Lieut Gov Bryan Judge Dimitt both prominent young people James OTIara and senator William of this town None of their friends Goebel of Covington Judge Lucius knew of the event until it was over Desha James C Wright and Col Geo The Fall Killed Him Washington of Newport and Hon W Nov 22 Charles Mc iAlilK Ky II Mackoy of Covington Cann brother of Commodore W P McCann of the United States navy A Iecture Causes Trouble Rev J G who was badly injured some duys ago LfXISGTOn Ky Nov 23 White delivered a lecture in the Audi- bv jumping from a moving train at station died Thursday torium here Friday night under the Shaw ban auspices of the American Protective morning Alderman B J Treacy Hon Larkin J Proctor Dead association took exception to his remarks and Lkxinoton Ky Nov 22 Hon Lar- Â¬ when the lecture was over Treacy kin J Proctor died at Proctors Cave made an effort to reach the speaker in E Imonson county aged 71 He was but White was taken from the hall the youngest mem oer of the constituChief McElroy and his men dispersed tional convention of 1848 and prob- Â¬ the crowd and took the infuriated al- Â¬ ably the last surviving member of that derman to the city hall body Fire at Harrodsburg Ky In the Hands of the Jury HakuoDsihug Nov 22 Ky Fire Lancasiki Ky Nov 23 Theargu ment in the now-- famous murder trial Thursday morning destroyed the dry of Shelby Nunn for the killing of goods and notion store of A Feld William Best Inst July was closed Loss S UO0 insured for S3 00 George Friday evening and the case given to Robards hardware store adjoining was the jnay with instructions that if they damaged 51010 insurance 8300 maie a verdict to not report it befare Died of Cancer of the stoncli morning It is generally believed tnat WaMAW Ky Nov 22 The wife of if the jury agree their verdict will be Hon H F Furnish representative either punishment by death or impris- elect from Gallatin and Carroll counonment for life ties died at her home at Napoleon Gov llrouti the Pardoning Power this county from cancer of the stom23 Nov Ky Gov ach in the 50th year of her age Brown has granted a pardon to Robert Kilway Depot K llu d Cogswell who was recently sent to pris Â¬ McKinnkv Ky Nov 22 The depot on for one year for shooting at Robert at Waynesburg on the Cincinnati Darlington in Shelby county Cogs Southern railroad 10 miles south of well had previously shot Darlingtons here was robbed of a shipment of dry wife for whcn he was fined 2M she goods consigned to Gooca Sons Lowas not seriously hurt Tiie shooting cal parties are suspected occurred in a church at Graffenburg Ciiwctet of Manslaughter Lexiiiirlms Mayor Arrested Nov 22 Ky VNTiiiANA William 2TS LrxiMjoN Ky Nov Mayor Williams colored was convicted of Duncan was arrested by Deputy sher killing another Negro ten years ago iff Freckman on an indictment of the and sentenced to five years in the pengrand jury charging him with felon itentiary Williams is wanted in South iously allowing the saloons to remain Dakota for murder open on Sunday Chief of Police Mc Â¬ liild Fatally Burned Elroy was also arrested on tie satn Central City Ky Nov 23 The charge Both gave bond daughter of John Calloway a li nappv Kent lekian coal miner at this place was so badly 23 Washington Pen Nov burned by her clothng igniting while were issued to Kentuckians as follows standing in front of a grate that her Increase James Pal litis Williams recovery is doubtful burgh Whitley Robert W Lewell online to Kentucky Warsaw Gallatin Orf final Wi LotisVitiK Ky Nov 22 Mis Etc Fanny Noonan Louisville JefFiances K Wiiiard and Anna A Gor ferson orneile J Adams Danville don are coming to Kentucky to formui late plans lor a temperance campaign On irrcl l While Drinking in Louisville Lexington and otier -- ChariieToonj London Kc Not S3 cities shot and instantly killed T C Nor southern rille Thursday night at 11 ocl Farisou five miles south of this t Both men lj id been drinking and quarÂ¬ reled Young made his escape and has not jet been eaptut Hit Dim M ith aa it Brownsvuik Ky Sot 23 Late Thursday vcnng in a quarrel over the ownership of a hog near Dee Sp Miss D lla Stevens- of Boston Mass seventeen miles west of here Will P have always suffered from writes hereditary Scrofula for which I tried Lindsay Struck Ben Bui lock in the annus reaesafss and many Use domen with an ax completely physicians but none relieved me After taking o Lotties of boweling him Bullock is but 19 t am now well I T rtwu roni heir Horses iiu very grateful to you as I feel PHow sviiii Ky Nov 20 In re-Â¬ that It saved me turning from the funeral of M PGatt from a life of untold acony and shall take p easure in speaking only words at Readviile Mrs Vies Heath and Mrs if nrtiicp fitr tlt4 wiNtilferiil w vssj oiim i ui iticuitiur u Sophia White were thrown from ilnir and ia recommending it to ftH f horses Mrs Heaths right hip was dislocated and three ribs were broken TrenttM on Blood nU in Disease Mrs-- White sustained a broken ankle mailed free dragged a considerable disand was tance She is tnought to have received - SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY 3 internal injuries ATLANTA OA rJ jp Ky Nov 22 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The dispatches Wednesday stating that three persons lost tieir lives by an incendiary fire in a caoin at Stony Point in this couuty have been confirmed The cabin was owned by Gibson Strong colored who with his wife and two daughters and niece Mollie Whitney was asleep when the fire broke out Nancy Armstrong and Mollie Whitney were burned to death and Fannie Armstrong was so badly burned that she died Friday The others were unharmedJames Wright a stepson of Armstrong had quarreled with his footer parent the day before the Are Officers are now looking for him Stony Point is a Negro settlement and the residents threaten Wright with summary justice if he can be found There were many miti term here gating circumstances and a num ber of prominent and influential men are themselves interesting in Clays behalf Hon Cassius M Clay Â¬ ounty Ky Working for Hint Frankfort Ky Nov 21 A strong effort if teing made to secure a pardon for Hume Clay the Bourbon county forger who is serving a ten year I Â¬ PARDON FOR HUME CLAY Friends of an S5SOOOO Forger of Bourbon PAID THE PENALTY Aasauit a I orcd M0t Imwu by a Poe Ky Nov 20 Luci Hi v Gibbs and colored in the em ploy of Farmer Bolaad near the Win Bridge whie returning from a chord meeting Sun ay night was assautec Negro -ii J VV PROFESSIONAL COLUMN ATTOSJTSTS trump an was here Wednesday and it is understood made a strong personal ap-Â¬ The fact that peal for clemency Hume Clay was sent for Ihursday by the governor and spent some time in the executive office is regarded as sig Â¬ nificant lays forgeries aggregated Â¬ jr 10 Leximio Panic in a Lexington Laundry by two Negrc tramps knocked dowl with a club ind choked into uncon sciousness After tae outrage tin perietrators lied The girl succeeded in reaching heme Then Mr Roland bis son and tw Negro farm hands mounted li and aroused the neigh bornood Thir ty avengers started to scour the woxii for the criminsis who were caught opposite Mt vernon where they hac stolen a skif and pushed from tht shore They refused to surrender and the posse fired upon them witr fatal effect one tumbling into th rivewhile corpse of the othei was allowed o float down the stream in the fast sinlmg skff - means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures greatest eift health In Poor Health Browns J A SULLIVAN I ATTORNEY AT Richmond OfIC 106 I Main Slrerr li r a BOGG ATTORNEY AT I ll Rich mono lr V i SMITH ATTORNEY te C VEY YOUNG Bnt Still Be I iiii Â¬ 20 Vaxcrbi no Albert Bevins aged It for whom a reward had been offered for horsestealing was arrested here by Constable Henry Gose after an exciting chase The boy attended the Slanchester fail a few weeks ago aud there got acquainted with Ben Roberts of n cinnati who persuaded the boy to run away with hiir Roberts it is saio stole two goot horses one in Mason and one in Fleming county The two started for the mountains pretending to be hunting horse thieves Men pursued them and they returned to the Ohio river Roierts crossed and es- Â¬ caped leaving the boy to his fate The boys father George Bevins lives near here and is among the best citizens -- Hr hargel fStelLliig Kv Nov ith the rime oi Iron Bitters Dyspepsia INeuialgia If you are feeling weak out of sor and Keierally ex- haosted itc hae no apvcllle and cant work t oncetak- r mos rela- h micinehi Bit-isBtowns Iron A few bot- trs curt rMfit I M K - Rich mono - I C sV I M CHKiNAULT ATTORNEYS AT I KH llMONI tvont comts from the very nrst U se 1 sfaeMM a pleasant to Ukc J VJltr its W It Cures Kidney and Liver R SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY AT III r e in Troubles Constipation Bad Blood Nervous ailments Malaria Womens complaints lnit s si iiu cct only lac p Mime will ead BROWM sd r Fair Vus5 anil lei boot CO aie Brautiiul World - liee EALT All others has crossed red j I ih- sub- - STKIIIKN Rich- PARRISH Kr CHEMCAL J0E M0 ATTORNEY AT LA - KENTUCKY TOWN BURNING Â¬ a m Wednesday it appears that the whole business xirtion of the town is doomiiL A teltgram asking for aid has been recei- - by the authorities here and preparations are leng made to send an engine and hose reel The telegram states that five buildings have already been burned and that the fire is beyond control and tiiat unless help comes at once the whole city w lil be destroyed 3 Â¬ Bladlsonvllle Is in 1 ire and Indication Are There Mill Be Great Loss Evansviiie nd Nov 20 There is a great fire raging at Madisonville Ky and from reports received here at DH MYERS Patent - Proprietor of The Kentucky- Pianing Mills Wllil KSAIK AND KKTMI DKUEK IN P2TSICIATS DU JOHN M FOSTER KlCHM NL Kgkdrkr - i W IVANS - M - D Mot Â¬ Â¬ SniNiits li II UK Kt niNs Laths r Rk hvoni 2 Kej retired fr On i Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TOBACGGO HOGSHEADS A SPECIALTY liams a Negro s now on trial here for the murder of one John Madge in Main Strict B iimunh Kv this county ten ears ago He return13 25 ed some time age and was arrested and placed in jail He is ncaated in i ar People bonate Camp Dak for a simiiar offense Will He Brought Hack for Trial Lexington Ky Nov 19 Thomas BEST HAND Shuck who was arrested at Lexington fcOO IN THE SEWED last June for robuing James I ash of WORLD PRO CESS crl 200 and released on bond skipped and has just been arrested at Atlanta He will be Ga in a gambling den brought back to exington Fox Hunieriat Owitigsvllle V Nov The Owinosvi ik Ky meet of the National Fox Hunters association commenced here Monday It is expected to bring more strangers 1T5 here for a longer stay than has ocFor Bcrs curred since the soldiers occupied the town during the civil war aEiYoitiis For Men Both ent to Asylums saw Train Wear W- - a- - IXusIa v Grants Lick Ky Nov 1 Ex SI OO to tKllM pair nidlhs Sheriff Joe Fosse t and his wife both I Iliiusl slia s ri iiaiit III- - hssir of whom went orazy from religious sjoy excitement last week have been sent HLIxulK to an asylum Excitement over tiie 4- preaching here is stL at a high pitch Eicac Zy Â¬ Â¬ Ctntiiiana rial for Murder Ky Nov la Wm Wil- Â¬ street DR TJ TAYLOR - 1000000 Wear WIDouglas Shoes 500 Richmond - K Â¬ 4oo 350 250 225 0 POM fJ DR H K GIBSON k 300 PHYSICIAN ANi Richmond 250 200 HA HOOKER VETERINARY SCRG1 Vettnnary rientiry I DR A I 8TEWART AM - SuToiiila 1 r- m L - Catarrh n Hie llean Is due to impure blood and cannot be cured with local applications Hoods Sarsiiparilla has cured hundreds of cases of catarrh because it puritieH and in this wav removes the cause of the disease It I also builds up the svstein and prevents attacks of pneumonia diphtheria and ty phoid fever Â¬ - KENTUCKY CO RICHMOND KV PHYSICIAN Richmond SUMGI k WATT5 REMEDY Ili s A KENNEDY h Positive Cure Liquor Morphine PHYSICIAN AND SURG i llv lairs 1 Hoods Pills become the favorite cathartic ith every one who tins them Be i s Cocaine Tobacco Habits - DENTAL STTEGEEY WELBY W BLTRGLN DENTIST Richmond Street Office over Â¬ Cured Our goods were bought before the great ad vance in leather and us Â¬ this fall L we can make vou a OF A FINE ilw Come THINK JH OC We the shoeM HM latesthave all in stiff ynvv styles Dont HatS Â¬ price that our competitors can not reach 1111 r grand marshal and will have charge of and make out the line of march and appoint his assistants Maylail by Robbers 25 Nov Two Ctntiiiana Kv younjr men living near this town were waylaid and badly lieaten by two un- Â¬ known Negroes John Hamilton was struck behind the ear with a blunt instrument and wasfatallv nurt Lum Dairy was also badly used up Rob Â¬ bery was their motive Tne parties escaped Drowned Herself In a Poni Nov 2V Advices Ky Hkxokismin from Klkton state that Nellie the daughter of George Simpson living near Fairview while suffering from mental depression occasioned by a scolding from her mother went to a hir e pond on her fatners farm and The body was recovered plunged in After Tleir Seats Fkankfokt Ky Nov tf The de- Â¬ feated republican candidates for the house of representatives from the city of Lexington the city of Owensboro and the county of Spencer have filed notice of contest and will attempt to inscat the three democrats from these Â¬ ville everal wells have been sunk and oil in abundance has lieen found Warned Not Pay Railroad Tax A no Nov 21 Ky tice was found posted on the court house door warning citizens not to pay Tavi oksviiik Â¬ Â¬ I roker the Tam Â¬ many chieftain has purchased in Ken tucky a lot of thoroughbred yearlings wnich have just been shipped to Eng land is untrue and probably grew out of the purchase made by Mr P J Dwyer of Col Milton Young some months ago Â¬ Â¬ port that Kicnard The Report is Intrue Lexington Ky Nov 20 The Several trustworthy tleinen or ladies to travel in Ken tucky for estsblihsed reliable house salary 780 and expenses Steady position Enclose refert nee and self a Idre-s- d Mam pod envelope The Dominion Company Third Floor Omaha Bldg genv AANTEP For full CURES GUARANTEED particulars address T B k Chenaults grocer- STEPHENSON 11 25 re- Â¬ Chicago ge NEW GOODS COAL I E DR A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON - RllHMiM - - k- - EnU I Orrici Smith building aia Street 13 M M i to limited to dcBtittrf rFricttce f districts FOR ONLY A u lay eliding anl see for ELlKKS BARGAIN yiill SToKK sj K Soft Ihiiv u lint 1111 until 1 I I 1 M n 1 SIE6EbQGPER mrint The Big Store AT YOUR HOME 208 Pagb Fall Catalogue Our Handsomlv illustrated and fflleJ from beginning to end with best selections from our immense stocks will be sent promptly on application Board of Trade and Blue Grass the latest in soft and stiff Hats We have a large line of Gloves Handkerchiefs Hosiery Suspenders Underwear Neck Wear Collars and Cuffs Shirt Jewelry Shoe Polish and can see our Nov S Sunday McKinnkv Ky morning iev W C Wooldridge a promising young Raptist preaoher and teacher at Iouisville lead to the matrimonial altar Miss Lizzie Lewis a charming society belle of Tatesville Lev V Davidson of this place of- Â¬ ficiated After the Offices Â¬ tions for positions under Gov elect Bradley continue to roll in until now his losk is piled four or five feet deep He has just 2 flices to give in them to the huncrry seekers and has received over 5000 applications 1 Lakcastki Ky Nov la Applica- Â¬ Broom held shot and almost instantly killed Wm Lattin in a row in the ibers hotel at 1 oclock Saturday morning Both men were gamblers and the murder was the result of a quarrel over cards Haikodsi iii tal O tarrel Over Cards Ky Nov 25 Daniel Blackintr Childrens School shoes a specialty Give us a call and OIl ilHtHl elected he was master commissioner of Harlan county Drank Vinegar Paintsvhxe Ky Nov 25 It is reFkankfokt Ky Nov 2 ported that the seat of T S Ward of Harian county as representative will be conte te i on the ground that when IIU Seat Will Ba nlented Â¬ w When sending for f 4 REI it mention this B that we have MD the latest J L HARRIS Bjchmomp DDS vies aild lowest Kkntixky street pecialty Ofice b priCeS I una m bttudiac p Main to 12 to 1 Crow and bridge wa sWallace 13W Rica Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder John Preston a lomjj man died here and mien his w ifew ho was ill in the conn try heard of his death she drank a Nov Lkxisoton Ky Judge pnt of vinegar and died almost in Bullock has decided that R 23H Court- Â¬ stantly ney a private banker must pay taxes Mrs teorge H In Kelle Deil on all the capital he has invested in Lot lsvnLK Ky Nov 21 Mrs Jen the banking business H Du Iieie wife of the newly eh Murder Trials at Louisville republican judge of the conn of ap Ky Nov 23 The trials Lot peals is dead at ber borne 1524 First of Dan Conway and John Lee for murstreet this city der have begun Two Boy and a Oirl Lot Ky Nov S3 Mrs VVil The U Reports liam Mier residing in Trimble co Ky has presented her show Royal Baking Powder triplets two boys asd abus all fine girl Â¬ any more railroad tax and the county Decoyed to a Koom and Koblied judge not to appoint a collector LoiisviiiK Ky Nov 2a J T Ryan and Mary Clark well dressed Snow at Vanceburg Vancfiiuo Ky Nov 21 About an young people believed to be from Ci- Â¬ inch of snow fell here Tuesday night ncinnati were arrested here Tuesday and it has continued snowing at inter- after a chase of several blocks through vals throughout Wednesday melting the business center An unknown man charged them with having de- Â¬ almost as fast as it fell coyed him into a room and robbed Karthquake shock at ItardswelL Bakiiswkii Ky Nov VI Two se him Forest Fire still Kaging ismic shocks were felt here Wednesday McKinnkv Ky Nov M A disas- Â¬ One at about morning oclock and another at 3 oclock Each was slight trous forest and farm fire was started Monday aiternoon by a passing train and of short duration on the C S railroad and raged two 1 he as Law sustained Lousviilk Ky Nov 21 The court miles south of here Monday night of appeals has sustained the law im Considerable damage is already re-Â¬ ported and the end is not yet posing a 2 per cent tax on the earn ings of foreign building and loan assoSafe Crackers Make a Fair Haul ciations LixiNoroN Kv Nov 20 Lindsay Sz Nugents wholesale grocery store ell a Distance of Forty Feet Lfxington Ky Nov 21 K N Bo was burglarized Monday night of cock a carpenter fell forty feet from S10274 in cash The work was done the cupola of a Main street residence by experts who first broke into the Wednesday and sustained fatal in- blacksmith shop of James Rumsey jurieswhere they procured the tools Purglars at Lexington Quarreled Over Politic Lexington Kv Nov 20 Burtrlars Ky Nov 23 EdmonBbownsviile Nu- broke open the safe of Lindsay son county republicans held a ratifica- Â¬ gent s wholesale grocery here and pro- Â¬ tion meeting at Little Mountain and cured S17 in money The work was Bee Springs and in a quarrel over pol- that o experts who fi st entered a itics John Davis was stabbed in the blacksmith shop and secured the nec Â¬ left thigh with a knife by Jacob Van essary tools for the job Meter It is thought Davis can not sliot lly a Policeman live many hours Nicholasvilie Ky Nov 2a Tay- Â¬ Appellate I ourt while Frankfort Ky Nov 23 Hon Geo lor Adams in eachpainting the town was shot arm by Policeman W Washington of Newport Gov J The officer claims Bryan of Covington Judge R H John Allison OTIara and Hon W M Goebel of Adams rode over him with a horse and Covington and Hon Leslie T Apple that he fired one shot at Adams while gate of Falmouth wera here Friday lying on the ground Kentucky Fourth Class Postmaster- before the appellate court Washington Nov 20 The followNew Railway Line ing fourth class postmfcsters were comMiddlesbobo Ky Nov 23 The La missioned Tuesday E C Biair fayette Land company is surveying a verfotk R I Gordon Pilot v Clo route for a new rilroad from Big Mrs M H Ellis Sanders E E Stan Creek Gap Tenn via Cumberland Gap lton Eighteen miles of sier to Norton Va grading has been let Awarded Going Into the Ranking linsiucss Highest Honors Worlds Fair Miodlksboko Ky Nov 23 R C Ford late democratic candidate for state treasurer has bought a control Â¬ ling interest in the First National bank of Pineville He will probably take control of it Private Banks Mut Pay Tsim Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dealers In BEATTYY1LLE AND SOUTHERN KY COALS sssat ja MORGAN YAT1 DENTISTS K Office on Irvine OPPOSITE street klCHMNI Orpic Bank Mm Street over THEtx New Opera House DEALING And Low Prices - Lowest prices guaranteed on application and will competr witli any coal in the bc pons AGENT market Yard NEW YORK Our buyer lias returned from the Kastern markets after a rroionged stav m Kate of the best values for the least money and U els satisfied that never before has there bees met a well assort- Â¬ IFOIEe ed stoek of good brought to this market bought tbi ash and to be will the warehouse and sold or tin- smallest profite ever known in the hi torv of the dry coal yardrent priatcly C R R Station Assets near the K -162000000 now occupied trade Space w not permit us to enumerate Kennnlv This Let at --ay that we is the best h Coyle locatin and most valuable Snrpius have all the leading staples in Blankets Flannels Hosiery 20000000 Glovtt pre ieitv of the kind in Richmond The Corsets for Iades misses and children also Gentlemens eek warehouse is new lut will be repaired at and Underwear onre IVis ession yiven Janu irv Apply to I H BLANTOX Our leaden for this season will be our Cape and Jackets for hv iU Forms oi Written 7 Chancellor dies and nnsses in iur nd cloth all styles and all colors and for less money than ever before Our novelty Dress Suitiaga Velvet and Trimmings demand your special attention Thev are new stylish C L SEARCY CO Coal Wanks 1 LIFE ET T Pi6s handsome and cheap To cash purchasers we as a premium when the purchases amount to Tpiv Ht1 Xalkin an1 Towels - var eties will gives handsome 25 WHY III Manufacturers of the clocks rect time they are durable ornamented clock Examine and warranted to keen cor- Â¬ cr over MM Factory 1 White 16- - Gibson MAM FACT KM AND HKA1KK IN wm KV CHEAP - COAL OF EVERY DESCRIPTION- at WACO When vou can get a better artu e tor the I am offering ihe BET same monev in the market at the same price vou have to par to other dealers for interior cheap coal Madison Monumental Works Foreign Snipping sutioa 1THTI T KY L t1 DR I MM pUANTrrv BESTNOUALlTi - and - Aoaricu - Mubh GRANITE MONUMENTS 7 Otfice and ard corner Main ard B slret - nly one square Horn the Ccur inch inch A disecni c AND 8 Toxbb Tabu nt to sll JOST w CREAM Hkaostohes 5 l iTC IRT who r ceive goods at the F BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDAPsO A FIN work a specialty Yowt S Govt lri Trade Solicited W oik leliverei to nv par of lite Slate 4 Write lor Designs and j NEW thir Ntr Og MILLINERY new Wagers Tisdale have ju nerv ill J IN WHITES CUBi GEOO D0Z1E11 Pro Corner Francis and ilrvim Kichroond Kv lre Ik use thin is FOR TO YE Has led all WORM EVERY BOTTLE HV to ait otters htuiiby youngsters nt them a cai Engine for bargain Dont charge of the tri fail Op to n- - 61 IBAITEED1 aOJ ifRisssox stmriM AII DBIOSMTS Ms rf LSrav