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Climax (Richmond, Ky.) Climax (Richmond, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Climax Printing Co. Richmond, KY 1896 ric1896101401_sn86069161 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Climax (Richmond, Ky.) Climax (Richmond, Ky.) Climax Printing Co. Richmond, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME X. THE OUTLOOK IS ALL RIGHT. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, Alabama, Arkansas, California, ColIdaho, Kan- MONEY FROM sas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, FOREIGN PARTS. North Carolina, North Dakota Oregon, , South Carolina, South Dakota, Tenncs--eeTexas, Utah, Virginia, Washing- Being Sent to This Country to ton, Voming, West Virginia, Help Elect McKinley. Maryland, Minnesota, Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio riling Mr. Bryan a total of 317 electoral votes. HARK HAKffA IS OUT FOR THE CASH. orado, Florida, Georgia, Dela-var- e, KENTUCKY, salf. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, L896. Latest U.S. NUMBER G0RR 19. SILVER OE GOLD. Better than cither is a healthy liver. If the liver is O. K. the man is 0. K. Ilia blood is kept A 3aaly "Windmill, 2Iako it 'Your Highest of all in Leavening Power. Goi't Report pure, hi3 digestion perfect, and he Democrats Confldont of Their Candidate's Election. can enjoy life and act intelligently and patiently upon the questions cf the day. You all know what to BIG VICTORY COJII.G IX NOVEMBER. take, "i ou have known it for years. It is Simmons Liver Regulator The Democratic Campaign Enters the October Homestretch In the Host of Condition and with Every AKSurauco of a Triumph fet.it es Claimed und Cs.lm.Uoa of the .Majorities. HEADQUARTERS. Items of Netrs Regarding tuo Progrcsi of tho Notional Campaign. The demand for country newspapers and daily papers published in NOTES FROM Oct. 5, 1S9C (Special.) The political out look at the close of September is of the most satisfactory Chicago, Fcr years you and your fathers Lave found it of sterling worth. It is and always has been nut up tuly by J. H. Zeilin & Co Take in me but the genuine. It has the Led Z on the front of the wrapper, aud notning eise is tno same, ana nothing so good. I I PROFESSIONAL -- TI03-T3TS. COLUMN. II. I?. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LA '. Kentucky. Riliimovij, ofliceNo i First street, tip stairs. character to the democratic national managers, who are confident that the cause of Urjan and free siher has been receiving n marked impetus during the past ten dsis. l'rom eery quarter especially from tlie central western states come reports, that farmers everywhere arc flocking to the Brynn standard, while in the cities there is etery indication fhat an overwhelming majority of the labor ote will be cast for the free siUcr president. In many of the central western states the democratic maivngers have completed their first poll, and the returns Indicate 'hat Ilrjan will carry eery one of then by immense majorities. A poll of Kaunas just completed by the allied free siher forces shows that the I3ryaii electors v. ill hae 50,000 majority in that A similar poll of Kentucky shows that Irans majority will not be less than 10,000, not counting the republicans who will ote for free siher. This ote it is estimated will swell the Tlr an ma jority to 30,000. The poll shows that wierc ate less mpn id.uuu gold ilerr.ost-it- j small cities and towns throughout the west for news direct from, national democratic headquarters is something Gov. Altgeld expresses marvelous. entire confidence that Bryan and --tie entire democratic state ticket will carry Illinois by a rousing majority Tl;e farmers throughout the state, he says, are almost a unit for silver; They ride 20 and 30 miles to hear a free siher orator, and the enthusiasm ia intense. Beside the laboring man and thela-boorganisations and the regulnr democratic ote in Chicago there are 1C0 siher republican clubs, embracing a total membership In Chicago of betw een 1S.O0O and 20,000, all pledged to Bryan and free siher. This, with' 30,000 populist votes, which are a unit for Bryan, will undoubtedly carry this city for Bryan and free 6ilver by an oa crw helming ma jority. In the Twelfth ward alone there Is n 6ihcr republican club of 326 members, eery one of whom has heretofore been a republican. This club holds nightly meetings and the membership is increasing daily. J. K. So creign, grand master work-maof the Knights of Labor in the United States, has arrhed in Chicago for the purpose of taking an active part in the campaign for the election of W. J. Biyan. Grand Master Workman r or life-lon- g n j V'o GRANT E. LILLY, j ttorney-- a - En ti r la w, KlJSTUCKY IIMOVI), S W oeraarMTii nml Second streets Will practice in all Hie courts of Madison and :iJJialB cawnlie-- i an I Court or i Ti.-- e m ilrN jaifiPi - J C. & D. M. 0I1ENAULT, ATTORNEY.? AT LA W, Kentucky. Richmond, OS Ct'y t on Scceol strest, over Uhcnault's gro STEPHEN D. PAIiltlSII, A TTORNEY A T LA ,', Ri nvvj, - . - Kentucky -- J r ( - relents. Caveat, Trade MarV$, Design, Etc Report as to patentability of intention Tree of ( mrr Unsurpassed faciiitie. Moderate terms 46-Let f c appliH for patent, write mc. MfeS iii)tfewi M fll IN yuuJT7 Willi lL( s - GREEN CLAY A TTORNEY--A T-L-A M', J. til. uiim't, - - - - - KcntucLy "timis solicited. rSYSISZAlTS. DR. II. R. GIBS02s, I'll YSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Uichvkimi. office in the Joe t'cBas building, iS ant! so Sec 17- end sir. it, ver Want .sew ra:frlsre. . ... YAL.D STUDnNTS-'TIIE- Y DID NOT WANT TO I1EAH MR. BIITAN." CHAS. HOOKER, I ET URINARY SURGEON, Gmdimlr Ontario Veterinary Venmifli M - CeMfge. ' DeMKtry and SteriRty a Specialty iu scuts over New ierl. Store, cornel 4- r irst streets. KtchniamJ TL C. JJLSPJSR. JU. B. Medicine anil Surgo-ry. Oilioe Collins BiiililinjMuinStrcet. Telephone Ht resilience (the Uarr j4cc) or llreadwa. --- l!n iimond, --- Kentucky DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Vll YSICIA N AND SURGEON, u iiMtisn, Office in Smith I'.uilding, No ao Main Street, stairs Office hours 11 to 1 and j to 5 o'clock. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, HlCHMOND. KENTLCKA ... ... Kentucky. nt crats in tlie state, and this will mote than offset the populist tc. Fusion between the democrats, populists, prohibitionists and siher republicans has been consummated in Michigan, a result, which, in the minds of the most conscrvathe politicians, gues that state to Bryan by a large majority. Kcports from Ohio rccehed during the week are of the most flattering character. From nearly c erj county in the state estimates haic lceiv made, and they indicate that Mr. Bryan will curry that ' state by not less than 25,000 majoritj-- . The republicans have completed a poll ' of Ntbinska, and while they failed to make it public, the returns arc known by the democratic managers, and show that Bran will carry the state by 25,- - ' 000. The democratic poll shows that it will gie Mr. Bryan more thfin 35.000 majority. . INUmntcs from Iowa, by counties, ghe the state to Bryan by more than 30.00. In a majority of the agricultural counties from 20 to 30 per cent, te will be cast for of the republican Bryan, while the democratic defection is iiry slight. to Bryan by 50,000 majority, and it may run as high as 75,000. The republican poll of Illinois, which it is unnecessary to state was r.ot published, ghes to Bryan, outside of Chicago, a majority of 25,000. The democratic canvass of the state gh-e- Bryan nearly 40,000 majoritj- - outside of Chicago; while Chicngo is expected to ghe him at least 25,000 majority. This, despite the fact that tlie corporations and large manufacturing institutions nrc mat ing every effort to control the votes of their emplojes by coercion, intimidation and false representation. The laboring men of Chicago, however, iro aroused oer these outrageous attempts, and the result is tha- - within the last week a decided change has taken place among the woikingmcn which bids fair tr result in a complete landslide- of tLat ote to free siher. This is the case not only in Chicago, but in every large labor center of the country. Taking the reports from the central western states and adding them to the states conceded by the republicans the democratic managers claim the following states sis absolutely ccrinin for Bryan: s - established personal headquarters at the Briggs house, but will in a daj or two open a labor bureau rnd begin an active campaign among the w orkmen of Chicago and other cities of tlie country. There wiil be a state convention of the Bryan silver clubs of IowaatMar-slialltowla., October S, 1S9G, at ten a. in., for the purpose of unifying and consolidating the club organization of Iowa in tho interest of free silver. W. .1. Brjan and Gov. Boies will addrcsst the clubs at Marshalltow n on thatdate, Got. Boies speaking in the after.Rnoon and Mr. Bryan at night. educed rates will be given on all railroads. Sua creign lias n, I have a neighbor that made one of the People's Windmills, and I have been watching it closely; it is the best mill I have ever seen and anyonecanmake one for less than $10. I am going to make two immedintel' and don't see why every fanner cmnot hae a windmill when he can m Uh it himself for so little money. T c uill is durable, powerful and Not a Bit Particular About Where It runs c.idily. Any person can get dia Comes From. KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. runs and complete directions by tead : 18 stamps to E. D. Wilson Be If Itocolvlnsr It Not Only from Trusts, .c Condition of Crops and Stock October Co., Allegheny Pa., and any active lianks smd Syndicates la the United 1,1896. man can undoubtedly make money anyStates, Bat from EesldenU In Europe as Well, to Control the where putting these mills up for others Election In UoTember. The report for October 1st Is inado awl I sec no use of paying $00 or $G0 for from replies from 142 correspondents, a mill when you can make one just as From tho Now York Herald, Paris, representing 89 counties. good for S10." (3) Franco, edition, August M, 16S6. TORACCO. Published In Paris, France. A Brother Farmer. "TfonesfMoney Cnmpalgn Fund." More interesting information is "To the Editor of the Herald: Fire at Guayaquil, Ecmlor. did $30,000,-00- 0 available in regard to the tobscco "I see that you have published my letter damages and made 35,000 people crop than any other at this period. of August 11 In your edition of the 13th, and that you do not dissent from my propo- homeless. All reports show the crop housed sition to start an 'Honest Money Campaign Fund,' to be made up by subscriptions ei.rly nnd altogether without damage from Americans now In Europe. I thereMONEY MAGE tK A MtKBTE. from frost. Eagerness to get the fore nsk you to open your columns for the acknowledgement of mich subscriptions crop out of reach of tho scorching and to put me down for $100. I inclose a I have not made less than sixteen dol- sun during the cutting season, .ind draft on Rothschild, at London, No. A 1896, for 20 made payable to your order lars any day while selling Centrifugal also as a last resort from the ravjjjes and will send you a check on my bank nt Ice Cream Freezers. Any one should of worms, caused a considerable per New Tork for the rest If you will kindly make from five to eight dollars a day cent of the crop to bo cut greon. As advise me what it will be. "BRETT STOKES. selling cream, and from seven to ten a consequence complaints of house v. dH.. August 14. 1EJK5." "HomburE-dollars a day selling Freezers, as it is burn and of bad curing aro quite A Leon In "Good Polltlcs.,, such a wonder, there isalvasa crowd common. To the Editor of the Herald: Treated as a whole, tho acreage, "An article appeared in yesterday's Paris wanting cream. You can freeze cream Herald requesting that a subscription be elegantly in one minute and thr' aston- as compared with an average year, opened by the Herald in Paris for funds to assist the political campaign now go- ishes people so they all want t'Votheiit is 80. The average estimated yiold ing on in the United States against tho arrSien many of them buyi- -' s per aero, as given in report of silver party. uCl-etni.or jvas 788 pounds. On J5fTJfrJ "While agreeing in sentiment with the the cream is smooth and perfected gentleman who has so liberally put his Every Freezer is guaranteed to freeze ty M correspondents report it good, name down for $100, I do not think it would be 'sood polities' for Americans residing cream perfectly in one minute. Anyone 20 give it as average and 43 consider abroad to give Buch publlrlty to their feel- can sell ice cream and the freezer sella it bad. Considerable stripping has ings. It would only serve as a "campaign fifalready been done, and it is quite document." which the Bryan element itself. Mv sister makes from ten to would avail themselves of to show how a teen dollars a day. J F Casey it Co., evident that a general attempt to go certain class of Americans prefer to spend 1143 St Charles St, St Louis, Mo., will on the market early is being made. their money abroad instead of at home. "Those who feel so d!spovd can easily mail you full particulars free, so jou can A separation of the State in refersend their checks to the republican nation- make lots of money anywhere as with ence to tho Dark and Bnrley district al committee, and their money will be out one freezer you can make a hundred gal- gives the following results : lteports where it will do the most good. J. A. H. August 1C. 1896." lons of cream a day, or if you wish they from 12 principal counties in tho will hire you on a salary. export or stemming district show ANOTHER REPUBLICAN LIE. Mary A. (1) the acreage cut as compared with .in Sir. Bryan nimsolf Nails This On In average year is 60, while the repoits Great Shape. Mrs. Taylor Young, of Morehcad, are almost unanimous that the Not content with the success of their efforts to coerce laborers into voting Rowan county, wounded by the acci- quality is bad. Only 4 correspondfor McKinley, the republican national dental discharge of her husband's pistol, ents out of a total of 18 report quality committee is circulating among Ital- is at the Good Samaritan Hospital. Cin- good, 3 of these being from one ians articles which happen to have ap- cinnati, and is kept constantly in a tank county. peared in .1 paper Mr. Bryan once of w ater. Eight counties, in extreme western wrote siher editorials for, claiming Kentucky, growing dark tobacco, that they express Mr. Bryan's sentiThat "Wonderful Churn. ments. but not largely, for export, report reIt is simply another form of tho acreage cut, as compared with an I want to add my testimony to the average year, 81. Here too. wo have publican campaign lie. Mr.Bryanwas responsible for nothing but the silver list of those who have utcd the Light- a general condition of poor quality, editorials he contributed and had no ning Churn. It does all that is claimed control over the paper. This corre- for it, you can churn easily in one min- not a single report of "quality good" being received out of a total of 13 spondence explajns itself. ute and get a large percentage more but- reports. M, 1SS6. "Washington, D. C, September, "Oscar Durante, Esq . Editor L'ltalla, ter than with the common churns. J In the Burloy district 3o of tl e No. 101 E. Harrison St.. Chicago, 111. never took the agency for anything be- princip.il tobacco growing counties "Dear Sir My attention has been called to th reprint In your Journal of certain fore but so many of my neighbors want- report the acreage cut, as compared d ed churns, that I ordeied 30 and they articles credited to the Omaha with an average year, 93. On quality, In its Issues of August 8 and 12, are all gone. I think in a year every out of a total of 48 correspondents, 1895, reflecting upon the general character of the Italian immigrants to the United farmer will have a Lightning Churn in 37 report quality good, 7 report it & fStates. "I desire to state that the articles in fact they can't afford to be without one an average, while only 4 consider :t question were not written by mo nor was I as they make so much more butter, anil bad. In any way responsible for them. My con- a good little bit of money can be made was limnection with the CLOVER 8KED. ited to its financial policy and did not ex- in every towuship selling these bl turns tend to Its general editorial sentiments or By writing to J. F. Casey & Co., St. Louis The number of acres of clover cut opinions. Very truly'yours, Mo., you can get circulars and full pir--' for beed. as compared with an avei-ag- o "W. J. BRYAN." year, is 78, and the yield as A Reader. Jfi 'ars about the churn. "Omaha, Neb., September 23, 1S96. with an average year, is 7!'. (3) 4 "National Democratic Committee, ChicaThe rank growth of weeds springing go, III "Dear Sir: Answering your favor of SepRose Croix, owned by M. E. McIIenry, up in the crop during the growing tember 21, relating to thf Marges in an Italian paper In Chicago t'v'.t Mr. Bryan Frecport, III , won the Futurity atjLex-ingt- season caused considerabledecrea.se, had written several editorials, criticising last week, worth $10,500 in 2.14, in acreage, and by interfering with Italian Immigrants as a class, I beg to careful handling of the crop whita say that Mr. Bryan did not write those 2.10 2.17. editorials, did not know of their being being cut and hulled, is also responwritten and probably never even read Marry This Girl, Soaohadyl sible for tho decreased average of them, as he was, at the time they were published, absent from Omaha upon a tour yield. of the western states. I have been reading in yonr paper OTHEIt CHOPS. "Moreover. I desire to Btate that under the arrangement by which Mr. Bryan be- about several men aud women that have to a decame of the very successful and I Early indications point It was specially stipulated that he should been creased acreage of wheat. This tenbe In control of the paper only so far as concluded I w ould see w hat a girl could to some Its political policy was concerned upon na- do. I have worked 12 days and have dency may bo checked tional Issues. He did not becomo responextent by the favorable seeding consible for editorial matters outside of his sold 151 irons and have 218 dollars left particular department. He did not even after p.tyinc all expenses. Everybody ditions prevailing since the last day direct the course of the paper on local Many correspondof September. is delighted with the iron and I sell one politics. "The editorials in question upon the sub- almost every place I show it. as people ents report corn as yielding much ject of Italian Immigrants were written less than was anticipated earlier by a member of the staff whose duty It think they can't afford to be w ithout one and it is quite probable that subsewas to prepare editorials on miscellaneous as they save so much fuel and time and quent reports will show a great topics from time to time not connected don't burn the clothes. I know I can with national politics. "As stated above, Mr. Bryan had nothing clear live thousand dollars in a year. discrepancy between indicated and, two-cent Si-p- OLDTASHIONED MILL STONE BYTHE PROCESS. MEAL. The Voice Of ff ABSr.DTEE f?iJKE FINANCIAL YERSE. Corner of Orange anil Orchard streets, near tho old burnt mill, in Richmond. Custom grinding done. Meal, Bran, Ship-stuetc, on hand. mill at I liavo started a steam com meal the Peoole ii : tiSfE i For the Climax. Von shall not press this crown of thorn Upon the laborer's brow ! For such injustice on your part, The Lord will not allow. You shall not crucify mankiud UponacrohS of gold, And overshadow noble lives "With woes and miseries untold. These were words of one as brae As mortal man can be ; One whose struggling with all his might To6et the common people free. Free from financial wreck and ruin, From misery, want and woe, And give them back the good old time6 Of thirty jears ago. J.W. Rymel. Wanted-- An Protect yonr tdfas: auu James McAllister, of 162 East Main Street, Lexington, Ky., says: Mr. hair had fallen out until had come to the conclusion that was soon to have a bald head. My Idea thT D. (X. er, Washington. u. Patent Attor- for their tl & prito offer ui nu hundred tnrenUons wanted. Who can think of some simple UAog to patent? may brlns r yoa wealm. I I "SI BRIDGEFORD'S ECOflOM STIRANGE. SF.E THEM ! EXAMINE THEM1 PURCHASE THEM! The times when Libor's day would bring The peaceful slumbers of the night ; All the people were happy then, Protected in their every right. The time when avarice and greed Upon our nation had no hold; "When freemen did not bend the knee And worship at the shrine of gold. The times w heiiTdlcfs uciol .IJyn, And every man employment found," When upon our farms was heard The laborer's song a joyous sound. Those happy days have passed away, The farmer's brow is furrowed with care; lie has lain aside his faithful tools, And hung his head in deep despair. For now theproducts of his farm No profit above their co&t will yield; His fences all have gone to ruin, And weed grown has become his field. His house where in better days, Was echoed childhood's joyous strain, Is decaying now, and through its leaks Lets in the winter's pattering rain. Hearing so much talk about Nelson's Hawaiian Hair Elixir, I decided to give it a trial. I purchased two bottles, have used a bottle and a half. My hair has thickened up until I have as good a suit as I desire. It will certainly do the work. Besides it is an elegant hair dressing; gives life to the hair and invigorates the scalp. Those similarly affected can't make a mistake in trying it. - james McAllister. "Winchester, Ky., May 18, '9G. Mr. J. W. Nelsox: Dear Sir : The Hawaiian Hair Elixir ia worthy of every statement you make for it. Send us six bottles more by express. Very truly, IT n. 1 "IIomburg-les-Baln- s. mm w FREE SOLLX IN RICHMOND. BY m I SILVER t BIEIIN & DONOVAN. The above men bought it only for use fnM heir own families. v. For sale by W. G. WHITE. Personal. leading physicians and surgeons of the United States. Dr. Hathaway J; Co, 79 Dearbora street, Chicago. World-Heral- World-Heral- d coin-par- ed and ruin, And wretchedness wide and far, But to lead him from his plight He thiks he sjes a guiding btar. All is not lost, there is ct hope, Of better times to be ; Do your duty, vote as you bliould, And ou may vet be free. The darkest hour is before the dawn, That hour may yet be past, If we but do as patriots do, And for Bryan our ballots cast. No braver leader could we follow, Or holier cause avow ; Aud heroic men should all culNt For home and country now. And we shall win, for we are fight, And light shall yet preval ; With God and justice on our side, All is wreck around W are afraid lo let your money loose, for fear of a depreciated currency in the future, go to D. P. ARMER'S anil put it in Diamondt, where it will be tafe, and at the If you reference book to any person afflicted with any special, chronic or delicate disease peculiar to their ex. Aderes the 64 pajje medical Frhk i prices he is offering them, you vnll be able to realize a profit on than. 50- KOYAL-TAHS- Y n V DR- - PEFFER'S PILLS 1 re - IN EY TO LOAN CA1.A5SOC1ATIO.N, ChJeu. 111. Sold by Richmond Drus: Co. and W. G. "White. '.JniKl.t.oraJ.ln- XEWDICtlVEKT. SEVEK TAILS. A new, reliable and nfo ralwrrorrap. pressed, cicei'lTe. scanty or painfi menstnration- - Jorr teel oy erer E 0,000 ladle. InTicorateatnriie onralu. of danrcroan Imitation. Xam- pnper. r; per box. small tor (U snt nsAlrd in plain wrapper. Send 1 in vuunpq lor particular. fltl by loenl -. PFtlERUrui' w i m L I We cannot, will not fail. EfGENE BCRGlX. on THE TRKACY SALE. Thesaleof B. J. Treacy's horses, which took place at Brassfield & Co.'s sale mart ou South Broadway, on Octabero and (i, was, when taken all in all, a sue shape cess. The stock was in and those that could show well brought good prices. The plumbs of the sale on the first day w ere Timbrel.the black old by Bermuda, out of Tinnie B , 2:27J, and the bay colt, Alien, by Allie first-class farms in Madison county, Ky., at 0 per cent, semi annual WEAK RflEr, K5ADE VIGOROUS. interest; no commission charged. Address Geo. W. Davy, room 17, Kcnyon Building. Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and other information, inquire of J. TEVIS COBB, Attorney, ZllXL lUr. What PEPPER'S HER9I893 W! Richmond, Ky. it acts po.veriu.iy ana QaicKiy currs wqt pi others fill. Youn men regain lo- manhorxi. M On improved li'-D- W -t MWMillJ men recover youthful vteor. cdltor-in-chl- ef World-Heral- d, flat-iron- s, two-ye- ar POLITICAL NOTES. There is not a labor paper in the United States supporting McKinley. The farmers of Iowa and Nebraska will not allow gold standard sportsmen to shoot prairie chickens on their premises. A cam ass of the compositors employ ed by the goldbug newspapers of Chicago resulted as follows: For McKinley, 2; for Bryan, C83. So far as can be learned there is but cne agricultural paper in the United States supporting McKinley, and that journal was recently purchased outright by the Mark llanna corruption fund. A poll of the employes of tlie Illinois Steel company resulted as follows: Bryan, 2.217; McKinley, 237. It is predicted that McKinley will not get 100 Aotes from these workmen on November 3. Philip Armour started to make a poll of his employes, but he quit after hearing the result from one of his houses, lie had an Australian ballot booth erected and the iote was perfectly McKinley, fair. The Aote resulted: 325; Bryan. C75. The Chicago newspapers state that a poll of the Elgin Watch company showed the following result: McKinley. S01; Bryan, . The poll was taken by the superintendent and foremen. An actual Aote taken with great care by fellow workmen in whom the men had confidence gave the following result: Bryan, 48G; McKinley, 244; undecided. 79. C$3f (r--A ( A poll of Missouri ghes that state whatever to do with tho editorials In question and was not even in the state at How is that for a girl? A Graduate the time they appeared. Tours truly, "G. M. HITCHCOCK. President." Splendid, my girl, splendid, you are a I bellevo tho Btrujrglo now going on In true American girl. Anyone can gat this conntry and other countries for n complete information about the slrtrle gold standard, wonld, If successful, iron by addressing J. F. Casey & produce widespread disaster In tho end Co., St. Louis, Mo. It seems to be a throughout the world. Tho destruction of sllrcr as money and establishing gold as winner, as everybody selling it writes in tho solo unit of valuo mnst havo a ruinous its praise. (3) effect on all forms of property except thoso Investment, which yield a fixed return In Col. Robert Todhunter, a prominent money. James O. Iilalne. (Congressional citizen of Fayette, is dead. Record, pages 8SO to 832. 1878.) self-heali- actual yield. noos. Tho number of hogs being fed for market, as compared with an avefiV age year, is 8G; weight as similarly compared is 94. Hogs have been sold off very closely during the en-tiro year, and the average given is 1 elcphone at office aad residence. v G. W. EVANS, M. D., PjlYglCIAN ANI SUKGEON, Rkiimos-d-. .... Kentucky DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond Onirentid residence on Third Street. ... Oar opponents t:y to divide the tolling masses and sot the laboring men In opposition to tho farmer. I warn tho laborers not to desert the farmers, who havo been the friends of labor In every straggle to better their condition, 'lhe very people Trho to-daro attempting to tiso the laboring men to defeat tho farmers In their Jtut canse are the same people who havo oppressed labor from the beginning ot tho world, and will do so again the moment they have an opportunity. (Applause). Mr. Bryan at Charlotte, N. C. ay that Carl Schurz, who has acted in turn with the republicans, democrats and mugwumps, does not carry the German-America- The Ioeinber election n will prove vote in hispocket. D3NTAL STTEGSIIY. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Richmond, OrricE Smith buildio:. Main Street. Office h ours, touM.; iux to 4 P. M. TxTPractice limited to dentistry. ... ... orer Jat A year ago, when the election of a cold president seemed absolutely certain, sold left this' couHtrr la large anantltles. Mow, with tho odds In favor of tho free colraee candidate. It Is returning In inch quantities that the Bank of England has been obliged to raise Its price TVavcrly (la.) Democrat. Friends of Jfr. Bryan figure for him a majority as high as 35,000 in Nebraska. Senator Allison writes a friend in Washington that he feara Bryan will carry- - Iowa. And well he may. JC MORGAN. J. A. YATES MORGAN & YATES, DENTISTS, lciiMOND, OrriCB Banlc Kentucky. Madison 11 Main Street, National ....... n m m. Etuple fevA ft 'R-- i e4 itSa fist 8$s4 i$vi$l t$i?J and Fane; Groceries.. ... In a bicycle ride of 450 miles through Ohio, Indiana nnd Illinois a party of three Chicago bank employes found but two farmers who would vote forMcKin-le- y. If the ministers are going to take the stump, perhaps we'll have to assign the politicians to fill the pulpits. Don't let anyone persuade you to take anything else instead of Simmon's Xiver Regulator. Some merchants will try to do this but not for your good. They do it to make a little more profit on something of an inferior quality, though you must pay just as much for ilie bad as for the good. Be sure to take Simmon's Liver Regulator and notlung else. Look for tho Eed Z on every package. . to o lK lcn j.jSMb flH " Jit Country Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town. Canned Goods Salt by the Barrel. Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and Cakes-GreeCome andsce me Groceries sSBzw? George Thorps, F" In E. R. Rowland, j Inii l nnd Second Street, of between 3Iain rear Dillingham building. Ibchmond, Ky. Heady to dof 11 kinds of blackKmitlimg promptly in the Jiaet o- - - i workmanlike Kroner. THF HI t I ,. MM hi . $1.25 - IN " y A rise in 44) if the tprice of hecap id ejrpeel- - ., ADVANCE. r.jnt jr rr- - -.i, . iL t only maintained by the fact that many pigs aro being fed. The high average of weight is due to hogs being in much better flesh than is having claims against ALL persons Wharton & George are firm of usual at this time of the year. Hogs Gray Hair made Barf?, the are quite healthy, as shown by 88 THE BONDS ISSUE ONE EVIL EE- - hereby notified to present law claims to the verified as required by SULT OF TIIE GOLD correspondents reporting no epiundersigned at Valley View KenI saw in your paper a statement' that demic prevailing, as against 44, who STANDARD. tucky within the time prescribed by Zulu Vulier w ould restore any head of report more or less disease. A very law or the claims will be barred. hair to natural color in three weeks. As few counties report cholera in a The recent issue of 2G2 millions f September 18, 1S0G. Henry George, Assignee. I was very gray I sent for a sample pack- malignant form. bonds in the time of peace illustrates age, and in lecs than three weeks niv another serious evil of the present monOTHER LIVE STOCK. hair was perfectly restored to natural etary system. The necessity the governNo report of disease among other ment is under of redeeming greenbacks color. My wife's hair was a light red, and by using Zulu Vulier, her hair is classes of live stock, and that they in gold upon demand enables scheming now a beautiful auburn. Anyone can aro In a thrifty condition is evident men to draw large amounts of gold from ALL persons having claims against get a bample package of Zulu Vulier, by by conditions averaging 91. F. Wharton aro hereby notifithe treasury aud then say to the governclaims verified as PASTURES. sending 21 two cent stamps to Wilson & ment, "your reserve is low; you must ed to present the to required by law the undersigned Ohio, ard if it does Co., New Concord, Tho condition of pastures average! have gold or ou will be in danger of at valley View Kentucky within the not restore the hair to natural color in 80, which is very satisfactory con- failure to keep your promise in respect time prescribed by law or tho claims three w eeks thovw ill return your stamps; sidering tho long drouth just broken. to specie payment, issue bonds and get wiU bo barred. Septembor 18, 1S9G. 8 Henry George Assignee. it not only restores tho hair to natural In view of tho advanced season no tho gold back again." So the schemers color, hut will stop the hair falling out great benefit will be derived in im- get bonds for the gold, sell the bonds at immediately and is one uf the best hair provement from Into rains. Stock a premium, take thegreenbacks they get tonics male, and you take no risk, and if water, which was running low, is fcr the bonds and draw the gold out of it doe3 .not batisfy you perfectly they now abundant. tl0 treasury again, till the government will return your stamps. is frightenod into a new issue of bonds, CHINCH BUGS. A Reader. (1) Jf you want the best Washing Maand soon in an endless chain, with a Chinch hugs 'are still abundant, profit for Wall Street on every premium chine that fs made, one that a child FARMERS, HOLD YOUR TOBACCO and many farmers are holding up issue oi bonds, and nothing but acenm-litin- g can operate, call on, or address, sowing wheat on that account. No debt for the nation. When bonds Ciias. Wau.ee, The tobacco maket is so badly de- damage to wheat from them this fall aro issued in liino of war the governRichmond, Ky. pressed that it is selling far below the need be apprehended, but as to their ment gets a substantial equivolent, but BSJ'Agents wanted. presence next year only the future cost'of production. The result will be these millions of bonds that arc issued that next year a short crop will be can decide. In tho meantime no to ktep np the gold reserve have so degrown and prices will advance rapidly. opportunity should he lost of cured to the people nothing at all of any At the market price all growers who can stroying such rubbish about tho farm real worth tp them. The spectators ren should hold on their crops. This, how- as might offer harboring places dur- der no service to the government they ever, does not need emphasis, as the ing tho winter. Old straw ricks in simply drew out gold in order to specuspeculator, why usually is busy at this the fields should be examined, and late on the bonds that wonld be issued Main season, is conspicuous this year "by his when found to be infested with bugs to get it back. Tne government, might should bo fired. Lucas Moore, (Opposite Glyndon.) cbsence. million.? of gold in the Commissioner of Agriculture. start with thirty With few, if any, local buyers, farmers treasury and, through the repetition of Country Produce Bought and may be tempted to ship to the tobacco HAS the above process, issue a billion of WHAT DEMONETIZATION" centers. We would advize against this Sold. Highest Cash Market jbonda, and at the end be just where it DONE. as far as fejan be done. "Unfortimatel Sianeu, wua uuuy njuuoos ui gpiu in Price Paid. some growers will be forced to sell, but The demonetization of silver has the treasury, and not a tiling lo show who can should hold for better those checked our advancement as a nation, tor the billion of debt hut the keeping of prices. Industrial American. acd brought as under'tribute to thieves; i foolish premise that is of little advantage to any one except lh'schemers-vh- o succeed in securing its -. butif we T?ArrHFur men or WANTED travel for responsiblewotho. wheels of progress will save found out' how to get it to a bond esfoi! house in Kentucky Salary turn airain, and the people will arise in ?riuliBg""pTW5 and jnabji it tura the tablished perma nheir might ''like a young giant refrehtl people's railHoae into tlieir coffofs as. $780 and expenses. Position IMAXy-ajnent. Reference. Enclose self-a- d wltt, iu0 vine Tr S. SUanateur.li V. iMst'aa they dare to turn 5i theourrenk -- stHHinad ft lit-9- ' enveloDG. The dressed SationalStarWlasiiraHce T .BWg 3oiMiaCOetbr Atom, inm Adwyit5 Kthm.' jnro iMiyasi.qrj jattuqo ,vaf ' fknW.lux- Wilkes dam Clara Bradley, by IndianaNearly all the offerings were polis. earlieg and and the of $135 is by many regarded as quite good for the times. The largest purchases was W. II Stoval. of Stovall, Miss., who bought eleven of the youngsters, among them being many bargains. Mr. George Watson, of Glasgow, Scotland, was also a large buyer, securing some of the choicest animals among the offsprings. This is literally a "dispersal" sale, the horses sold going to nearly every State in the Union, besides Scotland and Canada. The number of horses sold was 48, the total amount realized being $6 4C7 an average of S135. Lexington Stock Farm. av-era- ee For violation of Sections 32T8. 3259 and 32G0, United States Revenue fl Statutes, I did on June 3, 1890. near Wagersville, Kstill county, Ky., lEFFJt seize one Copper Still of a capacity Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G. of about 05 gallans, also one copper White" still cap and about 25 feet of copper worm. Any person claiming the above described property mav file with Ciias. H. Rodes, Collector 8th District of Kentucky at Richmond, B. N. I. B, B. or the undersigned at Hammack, Ky., within 30 days from the date hereof, a claim to said seized proper- Time Table No. 24, In Efty, and execute bond with good and sufficient security in the sum of $250 fect May 12, 1895. for the recovery of said property. If no claim is made within the pre1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. scribed time tho property will be IAST BOUND. No.,, No.3. No.e. No.,. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun advertised and sold in accordance with Section 3468 of the United AM. r. M. A. H. A. M States Revenue Laws. Versailles 3 55 6 40 10 IU NichoIasTiIIe Thomas Austix, D. C. 3S tJ 7, j 38 IO 12 Valley View 10 3s n 47 7 This 18th September, 1SUG. Million S12 11 1159 I and all efects of self atuse or rzre? Indtscrttio. Wards off Insanity and cinaa-i- rt Don't let tlrucgi't Impose a worthless sctitur ci voa h4fciia0 itylelda a rreatcr protlt. In?it on fcaIn I'EZirEIt'S AEJCAIGOIt. or S4ml U? iU CanbecarrledlnTcstpoclet.. irepaid pLiln wrr-pper N)x. or O tor with. V oK rlttcn Onnrantfe to Cure nrIeTan2 to Mner. Pamphlet free, bold by drucclsts. ,M L.I. 31KMCAX. ASVJ-- , Chicago, -er. Abo.uiS7 toCurcNervousncM, JLC A ltxtllty, -Irapotencj", IchtlyJE'mIt2on, r either cx. Falllsc Mfinory, WbuKiir - lotlo B!-oo- n rs & 8. n 50 I Richmond- -. Moberly Brassfield Notice to Creditors, Umoc . ia 15 ,. 12 a1 12 31 12 1 8 30 1230pm ia Panola. Irvine. 12 49 11 s j3 2 i5 3 20 t c5 ,,, WESTBOUND Ex SunlEx Sue Ex Sun Ex Sua No. 2. No.. T.U. 1 No. 8. 1 No. in lrrine.. Panola. Brassfield Moberly- i 1 3o 5 f.M. 4 1G-- 19 Notice to Creditors. Richmond Million Valley View. NicholasviUe. Versailles. unicn.. - ,. M 3 3 4a S 2 12 2 6 05 6 20 34 6 53 7 55 2 30 3 00 3 3 3 33 4 3 4 40 5 o 3 15 5 40 SCO 530 638 3I A.H. 5 57 r. m. Trains between Louisrillc and Versailles daily. Trains between Cincinnati and Nicholasv1 daily. All trains connect with Southern Railway to and from Louisville, and with the CM.O.fcl. P. to and from Cincinnati. You can spend five hours in Louisville, about six hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexington and return to Richmond at 3:30 p. m. 16-1- Koiice! L. & M. E, E. K. 0. DIVISION. ' Is Effect MABCir 1, 1806. lv. Express for Cincinnati,! arv a. m. Paris, MavBville, "Win-- p. m. 6.25 Chester and mail. Lexington 7.33 p. J.H.NEFF&C0. s Sttot, Lexington mail. 1.05 Livingston, London, 1.10 lico. Pineville. Fast line for Livingston, RStm. 11.43 London,JelIico,KnoxvilIe 3 19 ' a. x. Fast line for Cincinnati, p-- sr, 3.19. Paris. Winchester. 11.43 p. m. Rowland, Lancaster aifd a. sr 2.05 it. ville, Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-- Winchester and g5 hftlO 25 p. it. Rowland, Lancaster aarf 7:40 Stanford, S6?0nt-goin- K Stanford. 'v. st. &10 1 remon-.Mizatio- u, NOW'S THE TIME subscribe ; - - - Ml V- - y&M 33f o' t-- S A :; iwu jfe 4 $0 ;feV: THE red hot 1 m trains connect at Paeis with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati, Maysville and intervening points. g trains connect at "Winchester with Lexington and points; wast,, and Mt. Sterling and points east. g trains eoBBect at Litis- Toswith Cumberland Chip, Kaoxrnie juuuranuio oiiu unci potlltg. trains costMCt at Hom(near Stanford) with.OambrttMMl Gap Knoxville, LouisriU awT nlervBM Oat-eoinOut-goinOut-goin- -- g ?) - - points- i'For'-ddrUofc- t wii tWiilv - ot Of ft - U: tm V HV Ml..-- 5. .fcr 4,3. 2L "s v:-- a f "5-V-lf1&:5- f EU S. y-- 9- - IE -S - -1 .. 5-- T t! i. v - iJ:r fS- - , $Mls- -' T sa 4 J!,?'. r-- - 0- - i 5 V-,- I&jSS -- -- P" jr,A t?. , J-F- 1 Jl i'- -- - -- 1r THE CLIMAX. PUBLISHED KVEKY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing PB.ICE PER IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY. Go. YEAH, - $1.50. $1.25 189G. OCTOBER 14. ADVTCET15I17Q RATES. O S H n O S o H ? o J2 SPACE. 5 j f r : " C f : f 2 S t 10 00 " T 5 O ? : i J Inch s Inches- !. 3 u.uc 4 Inches. 5 iuiuc x kc? i KCot 7 50 15 00 6 00 9 00 18 00 4 00 6 00 j 9 00 13 00 7 00 8 00 is 00 17 75 34 50 XO OO OO 32 50 42 On IS s 50 3 50 300 400 3 30J 5 00 sooi5o$sS$45of 700 a 50 3 50 7 00 00 75 60012001900 23 77 40 50 60 5 00 11 15 00 oc 00 00 OO 00 MVReadinc notices xo centfc a line for first In sertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion' Obituaries, of respect and similar matter at half rat ei. No specified position. x DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR TEESIDENT, WM. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOK VICE rBEblPENT, AUTI1UR SEWELL, of Maine. FOK CONG HESS. JOHN B THOMPSON, of Mercer county. FOE JUDGE OF THE COCRT OF AITEALS. W. S. PRYOR, of Henri Countv. CANDIOATCS ANNOUNCEMENT- FOE JAILER. James C. Lackey is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOK SUIT. PUBLIC IXSTKUCT fox. can- didate for Superintejvdent Public Incounty, substruction for Msdft-oject to the action of the Democratic party. n X-- Mrs. Johx William.cn is a Z SUPER IXTKXDKXT SCHOOLS. OK PUBLIC J. W. Wagers is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Com t, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. H. II. CoiA'ER is a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of tins Democratic party. FOR (OUXTY ASSESSOR. James C. Miller is a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. author of the more famous Trilby, is dead, passing away with heart disease, as did his character Svengali. BRECKINRIDGE UNDER THE CABIN. George I)u Maurier, the famous Many of the gold Democrats here have declared that "W. C. P. Breckinridge would never be voted for as as a Republican, and that his name would never appear beneath the Dog Cabin. It appears, however, they will be disappointed. "Word comes that he will be under the Cabin in the column witli the other Republicans. WHOM ARE THEY SPEKING FOR 7 J Dast night Hon. R. T. Tyler and Duther "Willis spoke here at the Court House. On October 19, lions. Wm. Lindsay and John R. Fellows Their anwill also speak here. nouncement says they will speak for the National Democratic Party. That part has no candidate for Congress, nor has it a candidate for the Court of Appeals. No one here knows or cares for a single elector on that ticket. "What is their object? "Whom are they speaking for? There could not be n greater insult offered the citizenship of Madison county than for these gentlemen to state that they desire Democrats to vote for the National Democratic ticket. Every Democrat, and Republican too, knows that the object of these gentlemen is to secure votes if they can for Davidson and Rurnam and the Republican ticket generally. CnoRUS THE LAW. Our people would have a much W. T. Thompson, greater respect for them if they Secretary Chicago Lawn Silver Club. were to dome out squarely for what The advocates all adthey desire and lay aside their false mit, according to tho letter of the pretenses. Jaw, thereis not one obligation owing BOILED DOWN. by this govorment but can be THE PLOT EXPOSED. paid, every dollar promised, in 371K M'ss Alice Mulligan, daughter of Jas. grains of silver. To meet our obligaHereunder is presented a circular tions in accordance with the spirit H. Mulligan, Lexington, and Dr. Pat H. that has been sent out all over the as contended by the gold advocates, Molloy were married Saturday morning United States. It, purpose is fully it will take 22 grains pure gold at 8 o'clock and w eut East set forth and proves conclusively for every dollar promised. The Lord Bishop of Cauterburry died that the Palmer-Buckncrowd is suddenly at Hawarden, the home of opTo pay in both metals at our more interested in defeating Bryan tion we can meet our obligations. Gladstone, Sunday. than in electing their own men: To attempt to pay in either one alone The First Presbyterian church of Knox-villThe Democratic Hoxest Money would prove a failure. Why any on Sunday, celebrated the centenLeague ok America, 15 West party should attempt to deprive us nial of its founding and the 24th Street, New York Gity. of tliis privilege is beyond the reason of tho pastor's cars of thechurch. of ordinary mortals. If dollars were ThtoJbJtct and purpose of this is to neutralize by edu- composed of wheat and corn instead Awarded cation, and, If possible, destroy the af metals, gold and silver, and it is Highest Honors World's Fair, to all that it was impossible poisonoup doctrines enunciated by evident s to pay in the dollars owing in wheat the teacJxu-- of the apostles and jkro nulgated at Chicago as alone, would not every sane man the crcctlff tho Democratic party, pronounce any one a lunatic any one and to defeat the nominees of tho who desired the payment in wheat alone. The illustration is not disemocratic Convention. - To tiflfeetratc as speedily as pos- - similar to tho contention of the Rest publican party at this time. "iisiWSJIfcgthe election, by When we settled balances with patriotic citizenship CH1AM( of "Bomocratic faith men wlio love our foreign trade prior to 1873, our country more than party machinery silver dollar being at a premium of 3 per cent went abroad. For the fact that the political structures every dollar owing abroad, a silver fills nnimtnr art, aot nn.-dollar paid same and three cents , We, to the end that business - more. We ought to ake the same enternBe may resume and honest labor advantage with onp-godollars. madp. And employment and a market for We wyuld.waat to get rid ofh8 ri,,M05n itoproductrlwfoxg the Gotmiur winter. efeMMr, aadltliey would winiabe Yk W Cto (Wm af Tartar PoiW."!'i other aitiiltiiiiiV AwmMiw--AUjPMPOc4Piwlrt0:the Chli dMfcBt ifltMHter rttix ttnito vttt-if0TpMJfc I 40 ti&KI ftotMK 4b4 &mts zr "yr MV u. JfiWrv '"r " -- They are at liberty to vote-lo- r any parity, Americans 'would get'thejid-vmitag- o candidates but those of the Chicago of the premium. Convention. Wo will get out of debt if are opened to both metals, if not, wo TOO HARD as BRYAN. and our children will become as complete servants to the bondholdOne of Richmond's most distin- ers and their progency as tho ancient guished citizens was in Cincinnati Egyptians" did to Pharao when he got them in debt to him. last week and met up with one of his Let no man say when.it is too late friends who has always been a Democrat prior to this year. He is a pro- I had not time to study. You have on prietor of a large establishment and three weeks yet to study. Will you many men In his employ. This willingly become slaves, or will you has av .' &" j, friend J stated to the Richmond man cast off the chains they aro forging I a"9 i r v T - S Ur?- that while he had always, in talking for you before they aro welded "fast? of voting for McKinloy, left a hole We dread it as we would the black to back out at, that it was not the voirmit. It is as suro approach of case with most men who had the death of the Republic. You canchanged. "Forinstance'hes aid,"my not pay double and thribble tho amount promised, with doublo foreman is most bitter in his denunciand like all debtors who ations of Bryan. I have tried to have him bo more conservative, but I fail, the creditors claim all of his goods. cant hold him down." Be just before you- are generous. Shortly after the above talk they Stand to tho lettcrj of tho law, took a ride and stopped on street. Some known Democrats spurn from you as yon would a leper came to their "buggy and after some any one that advocates a spirit equalpleasantries Bryan was mentioned. ly as dangerous. They said their Bryan club was the MAY BE MISTAKEN. biggest in the city and that their President was the best Bryan man The Ditnville Advocate tells us in Ohio. That ho threw more life ; and energy into the club than any it Is a better friend to silver than man they could have gotten. The those who are now agitating the resgentlemen in tiie buggy with the toration of silver to the monetary affirms ls3i5saiaBf Richmond man wanted to know who privileges, which it enjoyed previous the President was. "He is your to 1873. The Advocate may be sincere in foreman," was the paralyzing reply. "As we drove away,", relates the tills profession of friendship, but it PEai Richmond man, 'the man remarked, is from just such friends as this that ' can it be possible that the laborers we aro now struggling to be saved. are deceiving their employers and Such sympathy as the Advocate for the cause of silver may really intended to vote for Bryan?'" do for us what faint praises have done for others, and we want none of it. SMALL CONTRIBUTIONS. Granted that the Advocate is sincere, The earnestness of the people gen- (which many people doubt), then erally in the cause of humanity can their side rests upon the assumption be ascertained from straws some- that they know a great deal more about bimetallism than people who times. A few days since we overheard two have made it a life study, and who mechanics talking. One said "I are now trying to secure bimetalthe first for a lism in the only way by which it can have got a job long time; I only make a dollar, but be accomplished. Let us see how much they know it goes to Chicago to the Democratic committee." The other one said "I about bimetallism. To begin, they have got a small job of repairing- at show that they do not know what the female college and all I make bimetallism means, and without xSi correfjitUrnitfrxiing of ttie'niean-Vno- i goes the same way." edurse, all of their influence This lead us to watch the report to the National will be wrong. They talk about a of the contributions bimetallism in accordance with the Democratic fund. On last "Wednesday- - there were Indianapolis platform, when nothninety-seve- n contributions amount- ing could be so incompalible and so ing to $143.55. Vhe largest contribu- absurd. They advocate a bimetaltion was ten dollars, the smallest lism that makes gold the standard tweiyy-fiv- e cents. Ten persons con- and silver the subordinate metal, cents and thir- and they say they are friendly to tributed twenty-fiv- e silver. If they know anything about teen gave fifty cents. Notwithstanding the small contri- bimetallism they would be ashamed to publish such nonsense. Bimetalbutions, the fund has grown to lism means that the gold and silver and is still growing. It appears that near 20,0)0 persons are to have the same rights at the have chipped in their little mit. mint and the same rights as money Does this not show v hero the hearts after coinage, and the advocates of it believe that, when gold and silver of the people jire? How dilTcrent the contributions are treated on equal terms before the law, the differences that now exare on the other side! AVo examined the list and not .he ist as the bullion, values will disapThe Advocate can not proname of a single individual appears, pear. but trusts and combines, soulless duce proof to the contrary. If they The Standard Oil go back to 1873, when silver was adcorporations. Trusts give something over 100,000,-00- mitted to tho mints on an equality with gold, they will find that silver and others in like proportion. The people on one side the Trusts was at a premium. Whether or not the Advocates is to on the other. Who should win? be relied on as to its beliefs and its prophecies, may be determined by THE COUNTY. what it has advocated in the past. It was among the number of tho-;We have been watching Madison to believe that the Sherman law was P coanty politics closely for the past the great menace to prosperity and month, 'with a view to inform our thought, just as all gold worshipreaders as to what they might ex- pers did, that a repeal of that "law pect on November 3 next, after the would, in a short while, bring about vote is cast and counted. the beneficial results so much desirWe have no hesitancy in saying ed. Instead, the opposite has hapthe county will go from two to five pened; times have grown worse, and Gov. C, hundred majority for Bryan and the Indianapolis ticket offers abso&c., &c., &c. B. Sewall. lutely nothing but a continuation of John Thompson's majority may be our present increasingtroubles. The larger than that. We fear that Pry-or- Advocate lias been mistaken in tho majority may fall below the rest past, and, though they now preAt a meeting of the Bryan and Sewell Club held in Richmond on Tuesday, October 13th, arrangements were perfected to hold a of the ticket, from the fact, Mr. Bur-na- sume to know more about bimetal- Grand Barbecue and Burgoo at the Fair Grounds in Richmond on luesday, October 20th. is making.personal appeals to lism than anyl one else, we want to The following committees were appointed : many citizens and is receiving prom suggest that they may be mistaken Ou Sperkers W. B. Smith, Chairman; J. B. Chenault, G. M. Willging. ises rrom men strong lor tne rest 01 again. On Arrangements G. M. WiJIging, J. B. Chenault, J. F. White, J. A. Mershou, H. C. Ilice. J. L. Baxter, Thos. Thorpe, Rev. Win. the Democratic ticket. Crow, Dan Breck, B. F. Golden, N. B. Turpin, S. A. Deatherage, J. R. Gibson, Tom Tribble, J. II. Kennedy , T. B. Collins, J. S. Collins, Mr. Burnam would have ordinarW- - J. Collins. Jason Walker, P. H. Sullivan, P. L WilljniiK. CAMPAIGN SONG. ily gotten many more votes in MadOn Finances T. J. Smith, Dud Tribble. D. M. Chenault, G: W. Evans, Jr., T. E. Baldwin, W. P. Prewitt, Sant Oldham, B. B. Million, ison county than he will under the R. John lleathman, Moss Snyder, W. A. Williams, Jas. Noland, M. Lackey, D. F. Sharp, S. II. Thorpe, J. W. Bales. H. II. Colver. J. Tevis (Air: Wait for the Wagon." existing state of affairs. Cobb, J. F. Wagers, J. 0. Lackey, H. W. Haden. Boyle Doty, T. B. Taylor, John Doty, B. C. Potts, W. S. Hume. E. D. Ballaui, N. B. He is a strong single standard Come, all ye sons of freedom Deatherage, J. P. Simmons, J. B. McCreary, J. B. StouHer. An join our Silver band, man, and made speeches to that efEllen V. Gibson, T. D. Chenault. J. W. Bales, Thos. Phelps, J. W. Einbry, W. B. Smith, W. G Special Committee Ladies'--Mrfect long before his party declared We're going to fight the Gold bugs Million, Milt Cotton, B.F. Tevis, W.T. Tevis, W.D-OldhaJ. C. Lackey, Price Gum, Sant Oldham. T. E. Baldwin, B. F. White, . And drive them-frothe land. for that policy. Deatherage, G. Al. Willtdng, Harvey Chenault, Pattie Parrish. R. P. McCord. J. P. Long, T. M. Noland, H. H. Colver, J. J). Goodloe. Arch The people of Madison county by a With Bryan for our President Doty, I. N. Scuddcr, G.D. Wiiite, J.F. White, A. T.Pish. E. T. Fish, Cdngrave Green, Dudley Tribble, John McCord, P. II. Sullivan, Jas. And Sewall by his side, large majority aro in favor of both We'll jump into the wagon s Tribble, Jas. Adams, Jake Yates, B. C. Potts, J. 0. Miller, li. L.Davis, John Hisle, Walker Hide, Ed. Ballard, N. B. Deatherage, J. P. gold and sillver as standard money And all take a ride. Simmons. and the coinage of both metals withOn Invitations W. S. Moborley, J. IJ. Chenault, Dr. G. W. Evans. out discrimination against either or Chorus On Railroad Dr. Evans, J. H. Kennedy. charge for mintage. They want the On Advertising V. S. Jackson, W. S. Moberley. C. E. Woods, J. C. Chenault, It. L. Davis, P. L. Willing. Walt for the wagon, volume of money increased and not ? On Parade Dr. J. M, Poyntz, It. B. Terrill, j. D. Feeny, Tim O'Neal, Jas. Allman. The Bimetallic wagon, from Committee of Arrangements : diminished, and you may rest asAnd We'll take a Tide. Privileges T. J. Tribble. sured they will vote that way. They Speakers Stand J. A. Mershon, J. U. Chenault. realize that you had just as well rob Our wagon's plenty large enough; Commissary J. H. Kennedy, J. T. Hagah, li. F. Golden. Our running gear is good ; them of one half of their possessions , Butchers Mort Scrivner, Fred Mulflnger. as to destroy half of their primary 'Tis bound with Silver round about, Cooks Jason Walker, J. S. Collins, W. F. Powers, John W. Smith, II. Buchignani. - s ' . Water J. 1. Baxter. And made of hickory wood. money and reduce their products to Table Service J. F. White, It. C. Stockton, Joe Giunchigliani, B. C. Potts, J. F. Wagers, J. M. ItilTo, W. G. White, M. M, Harber, T. E. Arnold would bring in the markets We're loading up Republicans half it ' ' Elmer Deatherage, C. T. Stone, C. D. Pattie, With Teller in the ring; otherwise. The people are watching Mnsic P. H. Sullivan, G. M. Willging. J. A. Mer.shon, O. H. Brewer. W. S. M OBERLEY, Chairman B. & S. Club. their interests and more in earnest We would not have a government S. H. Thorpe, Jk., Secretary. Where only gold was king. than they have been for twenty D. R. Freeman, Asst. Secretary. years. This is the state of affairs CnoRUS now. If the zeal on tho part of De- The banks and railroad corporations , mocracy continues, this result is Aro nestled in a rug, THE MONEY QUESTION. competition with silver using countrie-- and women in the West, and not only prices for American farmers and wages certain. why prices arc so against this and they men aud women but indeed great mass- for American laborers. Then, and not With McKinley down at Canton We believe the justice of our will reply, primarily "cheap silver," es of men and women who can g t no till then, can prosperity return to the Feeding on Gold Bug. course will continue to draw men to He The people of the United States are to- secondarily the contraction of currency employment at all. He uses the terms great masses of this country. Then, and dare not face our Bryan us. Let your watchword from now day studying the money quettion for and the consequent appreciation of gold. East and West to distinguish the coun- not till then, can America increase Ikt The issue to debate ; on be : I must do my whole duty at themselves, and when they are once Can they prove it? They think so. Thev tries of the orient from those of Weitern balance of trade and decrease her debt, But the railroads issue passes this time rightly informed as to the merits of the have read a little ou the subject Part Europe and tho Western Hemisphere. and thus avoid that "repudiation" thtit To meet him in his State. can restrain on the-mint- s ( '&!& hsCoLorU Spots .'if- Piper - I UP STAIRS. CHARGE OF a) ( J (8 ) (a o) ) 8) ) 8) S) MMWWm r MRS1D. FLORA. HAVE our - - urn M m&u (e ) JtHBKKKm SffiliiPI in great variety at LOWEST PRICES. We have our Clotlrinj: on Second Floor, where find" a large lighted room filled with Overcoats, H v Men's Suits in all styles, and prices lower than ever It will pay you to look through our stock. . -. Store Crowded With Goods ) ej $) Q) tm:i-- I. (o ) ifesii. .ss&?B3 0) ) I()C)IP5 Wfl 3 " Forty cases lo select from Boots, 50c up; Men's Boots. ;? in e can 0,uv say come and m I J os Have Almost Everything Xolioii. 9 8) 9) to-da- y, Mil Mf Needles lc, Lead Pencils le, Thimbles lc, Darniiiir lc, Clark's Thread'4c, Dolls 5c up, Tea Pot h20c. I' Frames 10c up, 3 Spools Thread 10c, Lace Curt.un-WindoShades 10c up. '8 9) w et ) ei HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR Hose 5c, Ladies' Vests with sleeves 15c up. We have no doubt the largest stock to select In shown in this city. 9) S) 1 - Si (9 5) S) Blankets 39c. a pair np. Comforts 65c. np O 9) ' C Pocket Knives 5c up, Hammers oc to 25c. Hatchet 39c, Hat and Clothes Hacks 10c, Fil.- . Inch XX Cut Sc, Scissors 5c to 4Sc, luk- lc. Wheels 3c, Tea Spoons 4c a set, Table Spoons lc i Spring Balances Sc, Nickle Alarm Clocks (guaranteei Nut Meg Graters lc. Large Graters 4c, Ivnive-- , and 40c and 50c a set, Wash Basins Imperial Enameled Ware 15c and 25, Hair Curlers 3c and 5c, Waiters. I Ci-Olaw f b Hanfflo Hardware, Cutlery, Etc. - 9, s, $ ei id e; 1 1 . e 9) I 15c, Crumb Trays and Brush 15c, Cooking Spoon long 3c, Cooking Spoon (heavy) 17 inches lonir 5c. TRUNKS 51.50 DP. 1 : ? TELESCOPES 35c. t t . Hats and Caps All Prices. Laundred Shirts 'J.V np. Respectlully submitted to the Cash Trade. j v 0, BURGOO!l KyBp ELDER'S ( STORE, ;: 3 Fair Grounds Richmond October 20tl7 '96. fe Main Street, Richmond, Ky. &&&&QM&MM&M&G&M&3& STORM Win. J. Stone, of Missouri, Hon. Thompson, Dougherty, Hon. John DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS. J. Bronston, of Lexington, Hon. Mat SWEEPS FORT WHITE, WANTED faitiifi I. traM-- for n i " FLORIDA AND SURROUNDING tablifehetl iiouso in Kentia k LAID WASTE, COUNTRY $7H) and expense- -. PoMtio HELP WANTED. nnut. Reference. Enclni 1 vn tSrc-.se- 's m s. m B-B- " anti-silv- er 8--10 er e, semi-centenni- al free-silv- er DR; enroll-mnJKe- Mm Mm pf-RPFrr eonimer-.-gMppiai.-anancial- 5f -- BAKING y :..ti ld, -- 'Free silver will at once raise the change rates between Europe and Asia and Europe and South Araeriwthejeby greatly stimulating our export to hat fifths of the inhabited world and enabling us to purchase much more largely irom America. It will also at the same t,ime country eecuro an expansion of the exports o! the the Maylay mines iu United States to Europe, at the expanse because it gives the silver using counties, of Asiatic exports. For the like of lihis he can close all mines in other counBiys expansion, and a consequent favorable tries with silver at the present price. trade balance, that great debtor natilon, Come to America and look nt the depressy the United States is ed condition of businets of every kind. insobjert, borrowing its way with difficulty, amt at Every one knows it; it takes no flatis-iic- s higher rates and piling higher that dijbt, to prove it. No oce claims we are prosperous. Go to the head of our lack the burden of which becomes more Jlnd oLprosperity ; go takoa'look at more intolerable with each fresh fal j of upon which rests this republic, prices. And whatever the "Owietl St tes go to the producers from whom come all in raising the level of thesilverexchaoge with tho orient, accomplished for iber our resources all that inakes our wealth nt.-i?Jr A.H i,.. ..fit ir.t OIIB ' .Ul'CUIBpitfl nes or pays our debt; and see tho backward Ulitl,UIVH AICUCUI, lendaacy of their'condition, straggling us tion and stated exactly why the Ameri equally forevery white for'awr'aml ad tliey.ire, embarrassed by debt incurred can farmer is adu should .be Jo$ the nmiD nyiniuwRu ctnjniwe - J. . . 7 - .r th'rwsi'feliingTiices are constant restoration otsllver. In,. course of jtis iu anut-stJIfWhea tha Am ly faMKmr. ' 'Ask tiie llluericim" cotton hi&artiel&fwhich was ptiutwhwCiHv full people xumore vtrer to its BjQnejr AibHm vheaCwacUa Miwi'ia U' country iaM&ViwMBVK feeee mmi tiK & J ien-dereto-da- earth issue no pover them from doine their duty at the polls. The misrepresentation of a subsidized present the extreme anxiety expressed by the'noney powej" for the welfare of the working man, coercion aud intimidation being practiced by large mon-ie- d concerns, the moral influence of Wall Street all of Mark Hauna's barrel; of contributed money will not suffice to deter the American peoplo from their duty, as they understand it. All should Ask tho aim to understand it aright. miners of Cornwall why they are out tin of employment aud why those mines of Cornwall cannot be worked with profit? They will reply "cheap silver brought about by legislation against it." They will tell you that this closes the ng-?- . silve1-change. an unfair advantage in The manager of the Peliang of them have read Archbishop Walsh on the subject of bimetallism, the report of the royal Commission of England in 1S8G the result of the report of tho Committee of tho house of Commons and otner gooa authorities "oyt uus country. lVitnesses before-th- e committee mentioned above wp'c ei.oh men as John Stuart Mil! and Ey.--il Overstrcct and other distinguished men. Concerning this committee's investigation Hon. Job n P. Jones lU. S. SenatcM&y 12 and 13 1890) sayt: Nearly every witness who testified before the secret committee of the House of Representatives in 1857 agreed that gold could only be held by paralyzing the business of the country. It is estimated by witnesses who testified be fore that committee, that in the panic of 1847, in Great Britain, tho property of d the rountry, by reason of measures necessary to maintain the gold standard, was depreciated 51 .GOOOO.tXX). American farmers also read that the export trade of silver using countries is increasing aud that the great wheat raising industry has been built up in these countries since tiie demonetization of silver. Furthermore they are backed by a recent statement from one of the best authorities in all England, cr elsewhere. Sir Morton Frewen, oue of tiie Governors of the bunk of England, in the London Financial Chronicle just tho other day, touched the key note of the situa- iti!" He says: "What is the value of a bushel of wheat?" runs the granger An ounce of silver bullion, Why? Ilecause an ounce of silver is J rupees and 3 rupees represent the cat of producing wheat in India and laying it uown in lonuon. xne agrarian cuiTen- cy creed is simple enough; silver at le an ounce spells wheat at 5s a bushel and cotton at 6d a pound. Silver at2sOJ an ounce spells wheat at 2jd a bushel and :ata-chisin. is so much talked about by impractical people w ho know not how to ward it off. EGGS USED IN VARIOUS INDUSTIES cbtton at 3d. - soures increases faster than the tablo demand,. They are use by bookbiners, e manufacturers, and for finishing ffhcleather. Dried eggs are being put upon tho market Fresh eggs are broken and churned by machinery, and the mix turn is then evaporated to dryness. They aru claimed to keepTndefinilEly in this form( When cooked in hot water, in varoau ways, they are said to taste precisely like fresh egg". It promises to become an important industry, and evilently will not require an extensive plant. The little scratching hen is said Ut add to the wealth of the country everyj year in eggs as much as the output of both iron and wool $135,000,000. In dustiial American. kid-glov- According to an American farm paper, usecig the calico print works each year; photographic establishments use milh'ous of dozen, and wine clarsfiers call for over 10,000,-00- 0 dozen. The demand from these 40,000,000 eggs aro Miss Virginia Hemphill, of Jessamine and Edwin H. Tabor, of Chicago, will! marry the 29th. J. H. Cunningham, Eourbon couutvj sold 50 cattle, 1G47 pounds, at 4r centj and a premium. "Sir, Moses j t)t h. , 3' -- mi -- - -- ' ?v if W "P ijarprcduvafe s ? irrf'! hw. Eekiel, a noted" Romatt acttlptsoiipwSU tky .Lriton,'W How to Care Yourself While I sins It The tobacco habit grows on a man til his nervous system is senoulv a '. ed, impairing health, comfort and ' j ness- - To quit suddenly is too shock to the system, as tolm-ct. veterate user becomes a stimulant U his system continually craves. Curo" is a scientific cure for the v habit, in all its forms, carenuh . pounded after the formula of an t l . . . . T.P.Jordan Sec't Berlin physician who has used i n private practice since 1S72, n it RAPIDLY GROWING WEAKER. failure It is purely vegetable an k anteed perfectly harmless Yn County Judge R. A. Burnside has all the tobacco jou want wtnle tii. It will notifv von been gradually growing weaker for the you stop. We give a written gu.ir.i-- i last six days. For a time ho ate fairly well, but his appetite left hiiu and only to cure permanently any esse witi ti r milk and stimulants have kept him up boxes, or refund the money with i" j " is not a this long. The wound in his arm has cent, interest. bled several times in the List few days stitute, but a scientific cure, that ' which drew him down greatly. The without the aid of will power ami i doctorej say Thursday, that he no inconvenience. Itleavts thews'1 has not one chance in a thousand of as pure and free from nicotine as i recovery. Drs. ilerring and Kinnaird day you took your first chew orsni' ke have stood by him faithfully and kind CUUED BV BACO CUKO AND GAINED Tinr. rocxDs-Frofriends did every thing in their power for his comfort. He may rally, but if hundreds of testimorials, t hedoes, it will be a great surprifce to the originals of w hich are on tile an opt physicians and those who understand to inspection, the following is presenle the case. Lancaster Record. Clayton, Nevada, Co., Ark., Jan 2, l1 Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., I John O. Price, a veteran of two wars, Crosse, Wis. Gentlemen: Tor died at Nicholasville, Sunday. years I used tobacco in all its forms. 1 c During September there were 1,034 twenty-fiv- e years of that time I was a grat sufferer from general debihlv ai deaths from yellow fever in Havana. Augustus Rogers, son of the late Elder heart disease. For fifteen years I tnu . John I. Rogers, is the sixth superintend- to quit, but couldn't. I took varL c, ent Danville Deaf and Dumb In- remedies, among others "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," 'Don" st tute. aud it is 75 veara old. le Chloride of Gold," etc., etc , but cone of thera did me the least bit of gooa. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Finally, how ever, T purchased a box 1 your '' and it has entire r IGORRECTKD WEEKLY cured me of the habit in all us furrus, Butler. . i2c lb and I have increased thirty pounds ia tl.e Eggs JOcdnz weight and am relievel from all numerous aches and pains of body and Chickens (live) . . . 5Jc lb Chickens (spring) 5Jc lb mind. I could write a- qnire of paper Ducks (live) . - l 5e ii, uaon my cltanged feelings and conditian Cheese. . 10tol2clb Yours respectfully, P. H. Marbcrv, katd - ' . . . Sc lb ' Pastor O. P-- Church, Clayton, Eeeswax,. ft 2flc lb by all dnijsg&s at $1.00 per box, Ginsenir.- $a.3S0 3.00 lb ttlwee texts, (tfcktr days treatment'. WoMXeI) . iLtoiaib 3 guarantee, wri M wit& Bqrir JWAQot,r JU KttMpi ot price. 7USvli. ar'tpot hok o ber industries, and are therefore, and. Whereas our people were entirely dependant on these industries, and are therefore left w ithout means of support, we the citizens of Fort While, in mass meeting, assembled do appeal to the people of the United States to render aid in securing food, shelter, and clothing for those w ho are destitute. Our people are thrifty and energetic, and will repair their losses as fast as possible, but u ithout outside help there must be untold 8U tiering from hunger and cold iu the near future Contributions of money, food, or clothing will be received by C. II. Gieer and distributed to to those most needing aid by, C II. Greer, Pastor of M. E7Church, D. E. Brooks, E. G. Persons, T. P. Jordan and J. II. Lee. A. Lee Humphreys - - - Chairman E. G. Persons - County Superintendant J. II. Lee Mayor C. H. Greer - - P.istor M. E. Church B. R.Moseley - - - Baptist Church the town of Fort White and Chicago. surrounding country has been isiled by Mrs. Ben Holtzclaw. form r a tornado covering an area forty by two Mary Willi, Jssauiine cou.it we being in the cenhundred miles, anJ in Lincoln. ter of same, destroying one houses, UEO. Y. KILEY churches, school house, business houses, together w ith nearly the entire cotton crop, which is our staple product, and all Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recomni. of the timber which carries with it the Wright's Celery Capsule destruction of the turpentine, and lumShelbyville, Ky., Mav -- , " AVhereas National, stamped Star en'!j -. Wright .Medical Co., Col., O Geuts I have purchased a Wright's Celery Capsules from Middelton, druggist, and used t! Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver an. pation and found that they ga mediate relief every time. 1 thin excellent remedy. Yours very trulv, I 9 Geo. V . R jJON'T $T0P JOBACCO ;.' 1 Baco-Curo." i "Baco-Curo- T -- to-da- y, m 1 " of-th- o ''Ne-To-- P. -- -- 1 "Baco-Curo- ....,. ......... -- 1 - ....'.,". -.. ,. Ark-Sol- d kwt-cla- l, s$L. 3 L Vj "els ' mmmgm r p.'Z. - JOBfe. tnw-mmMsmmmmmw- ism . -- 'jSaraK! S61SS5. i' r. a "Swa..- - T? v3 SV-Sf- ! '1- -- - ' S'xZ'-Z.fv :wv" 1 . ",--r-mp : - if j -- - ir -v-r -, .?tj L."r.jC-Ei-a- fc is. S ' rt-- v w. - 7" f.-- its-- ' i?5'it "wtr t " - r-- r-S- K. St r-s- : HteJ'l.4z-- - r - J5T "I "T , -. "- - U -- &, ife. 1 " -- ; fes ' Print Shows through ' I fe r--i l - r ' ' SJ W ' 3 Hon. John B. Thompson maila Scattered the Family Along' the Row!. Iheomdltion of the Farmer of the condition of the or Infant daughter of E. T. and Min- - seven speeches in this county last "On Friday, condition . PIONEERS IN COW PfCES. Second ..National Bank, ut iTiciiniond. RKroitT tune of Kentucky, Madison REPORT tlmBank, Nvof the at a family, consisting of t 2371, Bank, J nifiDunlgandled Mbndnv. Remain R week. Mr. Thompson irLm in le bun or Kentucky, at tho cloiMj " " me X, is considered a man and his wife and eight chilat the cloo in ibunuteoi Kcntmky, at the close if badnciB Oct. 6, 1SW. of business Out Jber 6, 1W6. of busiuevs Oc'ober6th. liiA. carried to Waddy, Shelby county, one of tho best lawyers in tho State, THE BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO dren, were driving in a covered WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, - - 1S9G and buried yesterday. RESOURCES, but has never been a campaigner. RESOURCES. fyjans and discounts KL239 IS No man, however, has improved wigon, loaded with;household goods liOansand dUconutit- uveruraiis.securcil auil unsecured t7.tCH9i itMJ 00 Loans nnd Second Crop, by' two horses, along the 5SK.S00 7I Overdraft, secured and and U.S. Uonds to seeurt I7.HZ7 35 5C.000 0U Ovenlraf in, secured more than Mr. Thompson since he pike drawn and unsecured M.I07 72 U. y. Bonds to teenre circulation Clothing dyed by Belle Breck. See 50,UW?W The Best Goods at tho Lo'vest Pri- Mioclin, securities, ctc... 4UU0O u.m. mums u secure pr. G. "W. Evans lias a pear tree has taken f he stump. by Fort Estill. Tho horses JJ(j0U) Other real estate and mortgaged circulation- -. furniture, unil ad. U. S. to Hi:ttro If. a. deposits 7000 00 His speeches scared at tho breaking of tho doubleces. 3o,OiJOOO uAiuies., with the second crop of pears, this (,500 00 Uther Bonds e l.ile and luongae-'""'' real Dug from National D.mus (nut Ue-Dne from National rfaufcs (not rePure Leaf Lard, "6c per lb. year. Raymond Shearer." Sr.. this were received with enthusiasm and tree, and ran down the long steep 8.60100 serve agents) Brick work by Ronan. See lo- jerve Agentx) . 2.7K75 Due from State banks and bankers Snow Flake patent flour $5! per 100. Diifl from Stnto flanks and bankers J,C8I Due from National iiinks (not. Re- - 7.03 171 41 IMS county, also has a pear tree, with the applause in every part of the countv. hill. Tho man was thrown out and cal. ... Kerve Agent)... Due from approved reserve agents. 21.181 6t lue from approved reserve nj;ents 18ttS8'J Dne from Stale Banks and bankers The people appreciate his pluck and ' Arbuckles coffeo 18c pound. Checks and other cash Items.. second growth. necKsnnii inner easn lietns ' run over. The woman andsix chili ljn 48 2.2SS43 Due from approval 32,761 43 Notes of other National Banks NnteH ot other National Bank lescrve azents Frost, persimmons, swcetpotatoes manhood in coming to their rescue sweo Other goods in proportion. l.vUOOO Fractional paper currency, nickels, lSOOJ Noie of ..ther National Banks--.. Fractional paper currency, nickels Sale. Fractional paper currency, nickels, when they were without a leader. dren jumped out and were considerand 'poeeuins. how-loand and cents 76 11 Call and sea you i;an buy. Lawful 1165 ably bruised. Two boys remained 6.1 JO cents- -. and -. Lawful money Reserve In Bank, iloney lteerve In Hank, Lawful Money Reserve in 11a uk. Administrator's sale of II. D. Thompson will get tho hearty sup- in the wagon and were not hurt. A FRANK W. MILLER, M'g'r. vIk viz: Sale of the R. X. I. & B. railroad Kpecle Specie 10,000 Oo Shifllet, on Thursday, Oct. 8, Well port of every true Democrat Jn Madi- fence post leaned out over tho road u.9'3 00 Specie .1X005 00 was postponed. Legal render Notes J.OoO o0 nctcc . 12,913 00 l) UV0 00 Les.tl tender notex... 4JW 00 17.SW5 00 Redemption fund with U. S.3, Redemption f Hnd with U. S. Trens- attended. Cattle $2.G52.97K Mules son county and every man who at one point and the wagon coming TreasCoining Dyed to Order. Redemption fund with U.s Treasurer (5 per cent, ot circulation) urer (t per rentof circulation.) 250 GO 2,250 00 See notice of F. Corzelius, trus- $158 pair. Corn DO cents to $1.05 at believes in tho restoration of silver. urer (5 per cent of circulation.) 2,230 ft) Sue from U.K. Treasurer, other than in contact with it, lost its top and Belle Breck is prepared to dye cloth- Due fro.u U. S. Treasurer, other tee of Miss Hartman. than 5 per cent redemption fund... 5 per cent redemptun fuud 50 eo tho shock. Cows $20. Farming 2o0 Total. a better understanding of the ing, goods and other articles in any de4o33,U7j5 Married. much of the furniture was scraped transient nature of the many phys- sired color. utensils and household sold low. Total Total- .f30213O7O E. T. Fish sold his store at Berea fJ76.1B0 00 LIABILITIES. Nat Baldwin and Miss Beulah Davis, off and left. Tho horses were caught ical ills, which vanish tocf ore proper efReferences from 'best people in RichLIABILITIES. LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid i" ,, $3)0.000 00 to J. C. Coyle & Co., of Cynthiana. For Sale Keeping. Xicholasville, were married, Monday, at near Boggs's, having run about two forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts mond furnished. , laxxwseo Capital Mock paid ln 70,000 00 Capital slock paid In- -. .4130,(00 00 Surplus fund rightly directed. There is comfort in Surplus fund s expense 2 Prices reasonable. .Surplus fuud............ profits, HWJ00 "Work on the jail is progressing Lexington. Mr Baldwin is a 6on of miles. M,IW W Undivided Cherry trees in bloom at It. D. the knowledge, that so many forms of Undivided Profits. le.s expenses 13.C8JK) undivided proms, less expenses unci taxes paiu. Dr. Bales relieved tho suffering sickness are not due to any aud taxes mud.. nicely. The prisoners charged with Lewis D. Baldwiu, killed by Col. Tom 377X5 43.0UU ft) t .mipbeir.N, near "White's Station. anci lazes uald j m National Iltnlc notes outKUmd actual dis4JSJJU) M) ik notes ontslandlu" 211 10 National l),ooo 00 Due toother National Banks.. serious offenses are in tho Richmond Green, and has many relatives in this and W, C. Hundley collected the ease, but simply to a constipated condiPure vinegar, old, at M. II. & National Bank notes oiilht;iiidin2 National Bunks 1j!7" Duo toother National ll)ii.ks.. 2 676 71 Due to SUite Hanks mid bankers 475 .v: Due to otli. William Lindsayand John R. s the system, which the pleasant C.H. Pigg's. 5H) 07 Individual deposltssubiect to check 111,411 57 Due to Slate ISauks and b.inkers Due to Slate U tnks mid bankers scattered cargo and brought same tion of laxati.-e- , 4Vi bmali-Irsuch ax plain county. . family Bl.lkdl 66 Individual deposits subject to check 17y.H72 M at the court house, Moneay after- Jan. Syrup of Figs, promptIndividual depositssubject to check 1S1 W M United hbito. deposits to the Richmond Hotel. Notes and bills drunks, arc cooled out in the work11,410 si 2,7i 5f "A Yankee Drummer" Nulcsand bills rtdlscouuted . 8,BW 00 Deposits of U.S. disbursing otlicers ly removes. That is why it is the only noon. remedy with millions of families, and is house cells. Lancaster Record. Remarkablo Day's Work. Total An Election Guess. Total-sta- ,. I3S$,M7 55 Total- fSjISflTiS oo 0H 70 Was presented last niglii to a everywhere esteemed so STATE OF KENTUCKY. ) . . lllibu ISicserbtafTis having an arte--. STATE OF KENTUCKY, ) OF KENTUCKY, ) Wo got behind on composition one who value good health. highly by all At the Second Presbyterian. crowded house. To say it pleased, T. J. Conoi.etox & Brto., O . D. or Madiso.v, Countt Its beneficial County ot Madison L'nmitv uf M.itlfutn f in n ell bored at his residence at lied All country news- effects ate due to the fact, that it is the Wholesale Dealers in HahiiI, R. E. Turley, Cashier or the is out of tho question, anyone within day last weelc. I, CD. Chenault, Cashier of the 1,8. S. Partes, Cahierof the Ilev. Dr. John Warrall, of bank, do solemnly snenr thnt th one remedy which promotes internal Jloue. Lujihek. bank, do solemnly swear that thn. wood hank, do solemnly Mvcar that the aboc paper men will readily understand c7 above statement Is tnits to the best of my above statement Is true to the best eT my will preach at the Second blocks could hear tho audioncO fctntcmenl is true to the bust or iny knowlesmliuess without debilitating the Near Lock No. 4. Ky. Kivee, j knowledge aud belief. knowledge and belief. what that means. While were we tearltcil House continue) to row, and 1'resbyterian dges and belief. Frankfort, Kv., Oct, 5, '00 J church, this place, throughout the entiro performance. ing our hair, the old war horse, Capt. organs on which it acts. It is therefore U. D. CHENAULT. Cashier. R. K. TURLEY, Cashier. S. S. I'A RICES, Cailcr. all important, in order to tret its bene tt e people thereabouts want a uhcat-tu- Sunday morning and It is a four act drama full of busisubscribed and Subscribed and s.worn to before me this evening. He ness Climax Printing Co., Riciijiond, Kv- :- day of October, sworu lo before uie UiisHtli 10th Subscribed and sworn to before me this Ih ficial effects, to note when you purlaw. built. and Jones as "Simon Hummer" White said, "shut up that mouthing, chase, day of October, 18y0, day of Oetober. 1NU0. was prominent in the recent Grand that you have the artiGentlemen Enclosed please find our S. I'. Dratiierauk, Notary Public. S. P. Deathekage, Notary Public. Ju. W. Cuooke, Jr., Notary Public takes the cake. Mis AValton as my son just keep your shirt i n and cle, which is manufacturedgenuine Caliby the Cokeect AtleM: Correct At test : A. Jones, of Clark, is think- Commandcry cere monies. You aio "Zana," Miss Dan Co keect Attest: mo in copy". This was oboi t 7:10 fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by check for $1.50, to pay for one j ear's Horr as "Buggies" the a F. ItUKNAM. ) A. R.BURNAM, V. T TEVIs. subscription to the Climax to September ing of renting the Hunley stable in cordially invited. THUS. J. SMITH. N B.DEATHEKAUE. Directors. Directors. mischievous boy, and Miss Brown as o'clock in tbo morning, and we waded all reputable druggists. J H POWELL, Directors. I JOHNUEXNKIT, WALLER BENNETf, If in JNO. B. CHENAULT. i IiK'hiuond. Come to Slay. in to keep tho Captain and tho other and the the enjoyment of good health, 2fl. '00. the "Widder" are excellent. Not a system isregular, laxatives or Our guess on Kentucky is that Bryan Frank Jliller, manager of the Blue-gra- weak character in the entiro caste. boys supplied. He rushed us so close other remedies arc then not needed. If The four act drama, untitled "A grocery, has an ad. in The specialties during play are ex- that an investigation was made afflicted with any actual disease, one will carry it from 5000 to 10000; Indi- ISWt Yankee Drummer," at the Opera KlHrrlinil0nilS.rHlr2 may be commended most about 4:30 in the afternoon and it physicians, vbut if into the of a skillful ana, 35,000; Illinois, 8,000; .Ohio, to.OOO. Climax. Ho is selling 22 pounds.of cellent. Beaver Falls (Pa.) Times. limine Btlfh-iH-lfliPrfjpLfJr-J- rneed laxative, This will put him iu. fiHJBjTHJSfTH ta showed that Capt. White had set one should have the best, aud with tho sugar for $1. Other houses are cut"3J Ell ( onoert for bonofit of Methodist Musical Concert. Yours Truly, everywhere, Syrup of threaiulL galleys of leaded brevier ting right.ufter him, and soon you GONGLETON & BlO. Lurch organ fund at Hotel Glyndon may T.J. On the night of October 23rd, the up to that time, having stopped Figs stands highest and is most largely expect 25 pounds for $1. Let J ruliij night, October 23. ladies of the Methodist church will thirty minutes to eaU his lunch. used aud gives most general satisfaction. the good work go on. take possession of tho auditorium of Now tho most remarkable thing is Julge JohnC. Chenanlt will speak He Must be a Woman's Rights. Hotel Glyndon andgivo a concert for that two galleys were "O. K." and i Hagan'sshool-housThursday night, Tho Begibter discovers that there the benefit of the organ fund. . the third comparatively clean Capt. J at New by, Friday night. For our Business is all right. People will have to have Furniture Thoso who take part are: Prof. "White is in his 77th year and we defy V hare 10 ClienaUlts in the countv for Bradley, G. F. HWU1U1UU7J and be furnished a burial, no matter whether gold or silver Bros, have on oxhibition silver and 1 for gold. In the list Bloom, of Cincinnati, violinist Miss any one of his age to beat this day's Taylor Dechnor, C McKinley or Bryau wins. Therefore ititir More a patont dishwasher. given by the Register, the name of Mary Pattie, Miss Flautt, 3Iessrs. work. At the close of tho war he a' -sjg Ky, Mattie Miss )! s the work in two minutes. Hon. A. T. Chenault does not ap- Mr.neid, Miss Keith, Mrs. H. B. resumed work in a printing office Mrs. W. "W. "Watts visited in LexingMiller, Calvin Moses, S Mr lazier, merchant at lied House, has pear, from which we imer that Hanger, Mrs. Jason Walker. Does and has been setting typo for fifty ton last week. vru( a btrong vein of white hulpher and "Uncle Till" is neither a silver nor this list not assure a charming enter- years. On several occasions recentOndcidonk, W A nlp7' gold man but belongs to the Woman's tainment? A small fee of admis ly ho has set threo galleys (or EMrs. T. 1. Bradley, of Clark, died in water in his vard near the depot. riJ3 Cincinnati. Park, Rebecca Miss Rights party. sion will be charged. Ko one at all columns) but it was from Efl Dr. Mosa'Gibson is visiting his brother Rogers, Susie fond of music can afford to remain When he "throws in" his own cases, Paul Noble's oar of corn, men-- i Amputated The Third Time. But be prepared for winter and if you are not, it will not be our Dr. II. R. Gibson.' away. Walker, Florence Miss "ii. d la- -t week a having 32 rows there is'seldom a mark on his proofs, SfrJ Allen Tudor, of Coltonbnrg, had twice lault, lor we are anxious to do our part. mm f Tain., has a total of 1184 grains. J. B. WILLIS, Postmaster Miss Lizzie Wllraorc jof Kirksvie Lancaster Record. Died. had his legs amputated, and for a long mm Capt. Frank White is a native of visited in Lexington, last week. The Christian church at Brooks-i- - time has walked ou his knees. Mrs. Annie Harris died on SaturLast Richmond, and a son of "Printer Tho upper Atlantic coast had a terrific St.ue of Ohio, City of Toledo, n ii - to have an artesian well bored, week he called Dr. Foster aud had one day morning, October 10, 1890, at her S.S. Jim" "White, for many years a resi- storm, Monday, doing vast damage. ' .n n no cistern, veil or spring near. cut oil above the knee. When iie home, at Blythcschoo-lhousof flux Lucas County dent of Richmond, and one of the Mrs. M. T. Evans returned from Half fare rates promised on all Bail awoke from the anasthetic, his wife ask- aged probably 70 years. Buried in finest printers in Kentucky. "PrinFrank J. Cheney makes oath that he is .1 It costs nothing and helps you wonderfully. u n and Turnpike roads leading to ed him how he felt. "With my fingers Richmond cemetery on Sunday. ter Jim" liegan as an apprentice in Missouri and Nebraska, Saturday. the senior partner of the firm of F. J. bnraJ asl haealwayBdonc!" was his reply. Her maiden name was Horton. Her Richmond in 1810. "Old Printer" mond on the day of the Barbecue. 1 Mrs. F. I. McAllister, of Detroit, Cheney & Co., doing business in the city He is doing well. husband. Ans Harris, was in Cant. Mich., is the guest of Mrs. Capt. Bailey. of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, .1. Jonathan T. Estill has the en- The first thing necessary is to. have something to enthuse over, for t place, is a half brother White, Stone's company in the Mexican of Capt.this and that said firm will pay the sum of " Bought a Farm. Frank, and can set some ..mmuiiity mistified he wears instance, our line of Mrs E. W. Wiggins is visiting friends (100) One war, and drew a pension on that ac- type Hundred Dollars for each and himsolf. Im an picture and a gold-buA. M. Davison, of Silver Creek, count. He was also but Bedroom Suites, Springs, Mattresses, Separa member of She was a sister of William Green, in Covington, Cincinnati and Glensdale. every case of Catarrh that cannot be bought the J. 1". Embry farm of 103acres, 'fribble's company, Chenault's regMr. Wm. Bruce has returned from cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. ate Beds, Dressers, ChilToniers, Dressing irr-- J including the house, at Commissioner iment, and was killed at Greasy deceased, who lived out on the Lan1 J. K. Warrall. Fulton, Mo., writes Scott's Philadelphia, Baltimore and WashFrank J. Cheney. caster pike; Tables, Chairs, Dinners, Hockers. Everysale, last week. Price $5,:00. Creek, Tenn., 1863. ington. i j) lie has not voted since he voted for Sworn to before me and subscribed iu Possession January 1. Respect the Stomach. thing wanted in the furniture lino. Mr. Davison Mrs. Harris was the mother of !. uel .1. Tiklen, but will vote for has for several vears Ladies of Foxtown District will fur my presence, this Cth day of December, been with W. S. Ans Harris, this place. She was a people do have proper respect nish Few ' r in. dinner. Teachers and their friends A. D. 1SS0. First. We know there Hume & Co. and Hume Bros. t Co. He good woman. for the stomach. If a thing "tastes invited. A. W. Gleson "Willis is having a rcs- - will now turn his attention to pig?, ducks, are none made, inos good" and is not so hot or so cold as Notary Public. Mrs Sloncr Dead. Ambrose Christopher was killed by i. built on his Silver Creek farm pumpkins, gooseberries, fast horses aud j to bo painful to tho mouth or throat," batter and cheaner. seal Mrs. Alice Bogers Stoner, wife of . h will be occupied by is swallowed by too many people Pleas Hill near Harris Ferry in Estill McGrath similar farm furniture. Col. Robert G. Stoner, died at the it A Fine Lot of Cattle. W illiains. county. regardless of consequences. Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Bfrl Harry Crawford delivered Wednes- family residence, "Oakland," near Do not give tho stomach food that Mrs. W. T. Tevis and Miss Lucy rand rally at Millers creek, this city, Monday night, of acute and acts directly on the blood and mu- frie will irritate it or retard it In the perI nll county, with two bands of day to S. D. Goir 127 of the finest of tho stomach. Mrs. formance of its natural functions, or Crow returned from Fayette county cous surfaces of the 8 stem. Send for cattle seen in this county for many last week. usie and Kinsolving and Fitzpat- testimonials free. years. They averaged over 1,200 Stoier has been ill for threo week it will rotalinto in a way that is de1. as speakers. Miss Hallie Irvine, of Harrods-burand her case had been despaired of cidedly unpleasant. A headache,-- a F. J. Cheney, & Co. pounds. The prico was private, but was the guest last week of hor BuSold by Druggists,'75c. from the start. She was 46 years of Second. Our customers are finding it out, too. That's why 1822 fatal disease tailed the "limber realized Mr. Crawford a handsome or "heavy feeling" in the age, and leaves, besides her husband, "lump" they grow enthusiastic. i ik is killing chickens in this county, sum. stomach, and irritations of the skin, father, "Jumbo" Irvine. Winchester Democrat. two children, Warren and Mrs. S. P. Third. The consumers are the most enthusiastic. Rev. Dr. E. M. Greeu, of Danville, and Loose clothes and downy cushions Mr. Crawford lives in Madison and symptoms of disordered nn,.iiniig only a few hours to "do up" Ll Claj'. The funeral took place from aro mostly Mrs. Fannie Wallace Anderson, of bring only a negative sort of comfort to in- strongest "dominceker." owns tho Larimore digostion resulting from unwholethe Christian church at 2- o'clock some food. will be married the woman who is suffering with some J Wes McKinley, Boonesborough, farm near Doylesville. yesterday afternoon, with services Miss Calla Edwards, of Ford, is disease or derangement of the organs Alum baking powders are responha not been afllicted with the "willies Broke Ker Back. by Elds. J. W. Sweeney, L. H. They can buy expensive looking, handsome, comfortable and sible for the larger part of this un- visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and distinctly feminine. Some clothes and Mil! a Ii is neighbors supposed ahoy at his On Sunday morning, while playing Reynolds and Dr. E. H. Rutherford. stylish fnrnitn.ro at such wonderfully low prices. some positions make the pain and tie wholesome food, for it is a fact well Mrs. John Edwards, this place. se, Oct. 14th, 10 pounds. in front of the Harry Wilkes Park The remains were then placed in the recognized by physicians that alum Give ur a call and be convinced. Perhaps the -lE Miss Margaret Alexander, daughter of discomfort seem less. stables at Moberley, this county, the family lot in Paris cemetery. Paris renders food indigestible and unB most effected and this in turn Big H. Myers has removed "banker George B. Alexander of Paris, nerves are disturbs digestion. Nothing will evfr ' h rj business to the stable cor- -. fast trotter Infa, property of D. S. Reporter. wholesome. died of typhoid fever at Macon, Ga. Wilcox, fell and broke her back. She Old Books. r completely relieve but a radical cun. The danger to health from this ater and Second streets. Rev. Dr.'BYonng, late pastor of the has just returned from a tiotting "female complaints'' The btart of We have just come into possession cause is so imminent that it behooves Methodist Church in i- -ia Harry Morgan, the English farm- - tour of Tennessee, and was entered Winchester, re- may be a very slight thing indeed It FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKERS. of a relic. It is a small, leather-boun- d every one to adopt precautionary cently of Louisville, has been mm transferred maybe that in the beginning some small a' White's Station, has a field in the 2:20 class at Lexington, for a volume, embracing grammar, measures to keep alum baking pow- to Baltimore. w in at m j Ij.&B.i!lEjjPIi Mr. Wilcox had far advanced that it is purse of $2,000. hygienic measure would stop the troubarithmatic, and letter ders, which are now so numerous, I). !. to joint before cold weather. been olfered a big price for her. Mrs. A. S. Johnston, widow of the dis- le. Certainly at this time, a little bit of from the kitchen stores. It will be wiiting,publishedin"Corke,Ireland, C. T. A. IJiehard Rodesand wife, colored, against (meaning opposite) London found that those powders sold at a tinguished Confederate General, died the right medicine would stop it. When ar lower price than Royal are almost at Los Angeles. California, last week, in the trouble becomes worse, it is harde left home last week, Tavein, 1758." Waco, Ky., Oct. 12, '0G. n Jb i ulii-to cure, but still it can be cured. Dr lB they returned found their Editor Cwmax: Here are two entries on a blank invariably made from alum, and her 75th year. Messrs. Zena and Charley Douglas Pierre's Favorite Prescription will posij aon lire and their child burned Please announce in this week'spa-pe- r leaf: "Jabez M. Tipton." "Glory, therefore of inforior quality and attended the wedding of Mr. T. D. tively cure any trouble of this character. ath.- that the County Teacher's Asso- glory bo to God, the war is at an dangerous to health. . . . . . . The safer way is to look for tho Tyler and Miss Lula Warren, at It may be absolutely relied upon. It afhile the butcher shops are ciation will meet at the Waco Bap- end." This last referred to the Revn fords lasting relief to a woman whose label of Lexingtjn, the 8th. ' olution. inking hands every fow days, tist church, Saturday, Oct. 17, at 10 Another rare book received at the the Royal Baking Powder. That is Misses Simrall. of Covington, Miss natural modesty has kept her from conLd How laud has gone to handling a. m. Dinner on the ground and all same time is Bailey's English Dic- certain to cover a powder free from Besso Woodford, Paris, Miss Marga- sulting a physician. invited to attend. lueayo meats at his grocery on stamps to Send 21 cents iu tionary," Edinburg edition, publish- alum. The Royal is mado of cream ret Woodford, Mt. Sterling, are Very Respectfully, lrvin, street. Wolld's Dispensary Medical Association, ed 17SV'being n copy of tho 25th edi- tartar, a pure, wholesome fruit acid S. O. Dudley. Miss Lila Chenault. Buffalo, N. T:, and receive Dr. Pierce's derived from grapes. It is renowned The mo.--t delightful music you tion. ssjLaEi- -? usr D. of C. Mr. J. W. Bell, of Topeka, Kansas, for- 100S page "Common Sense Medical Ad-- 1 qualities heard since that ancient female We are indebted to Mrs. Lou Tip- for adding .i ifI- The Daughters of the Confederacy ton, of Brookstown, for these relics. to the food, as well as for making merly a prominent merchant in Rich- visor" profusely illustrated. ENTIRE STOCK " mii; t he ong that reached her ear in mond, is here on a visit, looking well organized last Saturday morning food. finer and better aen." will be heard at the Hotel An Elopement. and glad to see so many of his old friends Y HT) ftX With the exhilarating sense of renewed C5t I'j H tti U? 'H ndon concert, Friday night, Oct. and elected Mrs. Maria Lynn PresiCombination Celebration. v1 ItlV M eK HiH3 1ill Wednesday, shortly after noon, after a dozen years. health and Etrength and internal cleanliMiss Kathleen Poyntz dent and 2:Jrd. vL'v.kS J. wi vi.t. vi ' On last Wednesday, October 7th, Secretary. Forty names are enrolled Gus Locknane, son of Chas. Lock Messrs. Clarence E. Woods, J. Robert ness, which follows the use of Syrup of Kirks-ll- e Complaint comes from Figs, is unknown to the few who have .WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT FIRE PRICES ( as members. This organization can mine, went to the public school build- the venerable Raymond Shearer was that the mail train has been accomplish a great deal of good in ing on Hickman street, where he 83 years old. On the first day of Ricrgs, J. R. Boatman, Fred.- A. Norris, not progressed beyond tho old time and S.Neville Moberley are in St Louis, i Men's rants Any Price. Suits hind time at Silver Creek every-i- a an educational, social and charitable was joined by Miss Lida McKinney, September his wife was 72 years old, t ( V KTfVT T Men's Boys' Any Children's Knee Suits 50 cents. Price, medicines and the cheap substitutes LNJ and IW L 1 both ways, for two weeks, way. The membership fee will bo a daughter of Policeman Marion and that same day was the 50th anni- Mo., where they are attending the Sig- sometimes offered but never accepted by fSJa ma Nu convention. Youths' Suits almost given away. .in J seriously interferes with the small and the annual dues only 10 McKinney. The couple went to versary of their marriage. So they 18 22 the i i.ii to Kirksville. Gen. Newberry and Mr. and Mrs. combined the three events and bugRichmond where the horse and cents. 7I -1 B ES together, By tho way, Septem- McCreary, of Chicago, were at tho gy were found some hours later, but It "Will So YOU Q00&. lie. Carter Helm Jones, the Bronston Beat. SrSJ family, races yesterday, the guests of Mr. the couple had gone to Lancaster to ber is a "fatal" month in tho Men's Shoes, all sizes, very cheap. Boys' school shoes any price. Chiluing but able divine who recently After tin 7th District Democratic be married. The bride is only fifteen as a number of marriages have taken and Mrs. Vincent Cromwell. LexAre you coustipated? gJB Do you have bhoes to close from 20 cents up. dren's shoes LADIES' SE0ES Ladies' t rifled large audiences for a adjourned and appointed years old. Winchester Democrat. 25 cents up. Ladies' slippers any price. sick headaches? Is your nervous system, place in September from time to ington Leader, 11th. w BfJHi k at the Baptist church in Rich- - Convention a day for a primary election, the Tho couple, accompanied by anoth- time. i. 'Hid. is conducting a revival ser- mm Phelps "Uncle Dick" made Liver or kidneys out of order? If so, cure -li & ytClark's 0. N. T. Spool Cotton, 3 spools, 10c. Mr. Shearer was a son of Matthew another "mysterious" visit to Madi- yoursel by Usiug Weight's Celery Tea. - at the McFerran Memorial matter was reconsidered and anoth- er couple, came to Richmond by er convention held at Frankfort, Fri- private conveyance, which they Shearer, a pioneer from Virginia, son county Ia?t week. The Midway It improves the complexion. Price 25c. BfP iiurch in Louisville. THIS day. It resulted in the nomination hero abandoned. They walked about who, among other expeditions, was girls had -- better take warning or 5jSoId by T. S. Hagan, Drugcist. Ladies' Dress Goods, all kinds, very cheap. Percale shirt waists 2oc. all One of the most prominent men of of Settle by a vote of 87H to 80s' town a little, and finally left by way with Anthony Wayno, at Fallen Bpj prices. Ladies' hose, 5c. up. Children's hose, sizes. Ladies' wraps, all some of them will be left in the ttit city was found iu frontof Joes corner over Bronston. Carroll was dropped of the waterworks tower and made a Timbers, the struggle'thnt caused a two pair, 5c. The Darlington, Wis., Journal says pB lurch. Midway Clipper. w tl a fit late yesterday. It was a very on the 40th ballot, and his strength detour of tho western part of town, cessation of all hostilities on the editorially of a popular patent mediciua. BJrl Governor James B. McCreary entereasing fit however and he told that went to Settle, which settled it. Tho coming into the Lancaster pike, a part of the Indians. Mrs. Shearer tained in handsome style, Thursday "We know from experience that W i . Ham was the cause of it. In fact 40th ballot stood: Bronston, - 04; mile or two out. Austin Stone car- was Miss Julia Gordon, of Clark night, 7 to 10, in honor of Congressman Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea sa:d Will Ham was in the habit of Settle, 5GK; Carroll, 47- 'Bp county. two are members of New Tho ried them to Lancaster. Burrs, berry and Mr. Robert Hughes Mc- Remedy, is all that is claimed for it, as i aUtng fits, beter call on him. Fits d Spanish needles, dust and long standing of the Christian Creary. of Chicago. Will Meet on Historic Ground. Handkerchiefs, 5c. A considerable on two occasions it stopped excruciating Suspenders, 5c ; Socks, 5c ; Shirts, 23c ; ir:.i 15 and up to order. See? decorations adorned their church. They have live children, Madison couuty teachers will meet at similar number of gentlemen from Richmond pains and possibly eaved us from an unWe do not claim to make the Boonesborough on Saturday October 17, clothingupon their coming outon the eighteen grand children, and fotir and vicinity were present. This was timely grave. We would not rest easy Very Cheap. great-gran- d children, the children Gen. Newberry's pike. ' apest clothing oh earth, but wo over night without it in the house." This first visit to Richmond, in open air. James and Mrs. John and those who met the distinguished remedy undoubtedly saves moie pain Two Winchester policemen follow- being w ill make it cheaper and in all other Ladies' Trimmed Hats Program. gJB Green, Winchester, Raymond, of ed them to Richmond, but "love n ets equal to any you have ever gentleman, were as well pleased with and Buffering than any other medicine Prof. J. II. Chandler, "Public Schools to close out Em laughs at locksmiths," and as usual, Hunt, Clark county, Mrs. James "W. him as he was with them. in the world. Every family should keep j'ht in Richmond. Come and see aud Patriotism. "' Huguely, of Red House, John W., of the pursuers were not successful. Ijal Wo guarantee it in the house, for it is sure to be needi' line of samples. Mrs John Williamson, "Modeling in White Hall, all of whom were pres- t'i ed Booner Suits to order $15 and up. W. High School Course." An Advertiser's Dream. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- - Hagan. or later. For sale by T. S. EK3EInaETMi3 ent, except James. Ten of the grand I Ham, Agent for The-- Globe Tail- 1822 II. II. Brock, "Kentucky History in A certain merchant it doesn't children were present. g Co. r" KET. . Public Schools." mm make any difference what his Among the relatives and friends French Tipton, Historic Points about name is, or what his address is is a present were: If your cliiltlren are subject to croup ili1 Takes a good many suits for a Ab Shearer and e man who believes thoroughly in wife. Sam Shearer, J. W. Huguely rURLISHED BY GLOVER A DUDRETT, LOUIS- watch for the iiret symptom of the boy a year. Maybe if you Booaesbo rough." CM. SHEARER, SALESMAN. J. C. MILLER, MANAGER. K(.( w jURt whore to get the best suits Miss Mary Bennett, "Women in Kenhoarseness. advertising, and the result is he has and wife, John W. Shearer and If Chamberlain's r?ra1 VILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Cough remedy in given as soon as the 210 Main St., Richmond, Ky. mm 14 ins cheapest, you'd save many a dol- tucky Histoiy." the biggest business in his town, so wlfo, William Reeves and wife, Trunks, Valises and Telescopes, Dr. Young, "The Teachers iu re- much, indeed, that he works so much Bsv. child becomes hoarse it will prevent lar in a year's time. A large part of Raymond Shearer, Jr., and wife, our store is given to boy's clothing. lation to some Questions Agitating the on weekdays that when he goe. to Mrs. Stephen Green, Miss Hattie Sales on our market for the week just the attack. Even after tho croupy cough They are beautiful and cheap. Don't Public Mind church on Sundays, as he always Huguely, Andrew Baxter, R. P. closed amount to 2,947 hhds. with re has appeared the attack: can always be does, he generally goes to sleep as jou want a suit or overcoat for your o! Name. Mistake and wife, French Tipton, Mil- ceipts for the same period 1,323 hhds. prevented by giving this remedy- - It is soon as the preacher gets well ton Kirabrell, Hiram Rpoves, Mrs. Sales on our market since January 1st, also invaluable for colds and whooping lxy? Give us a calL it is a pleasure Last Wednesday's Ci.i5f.vx con- started into his sermon. SATES set, chimneys t j show them. Covington & Mithell. Gfftrick work generally. built and Notice Maggie Green, Mrs. John E. Olds, amount to 138,1 SO, hlnls. Sales of the crop cough. For sale by T. S. Hagan. 1832 Sals oi tained the subjoined paragraph Not long ago a visiting clergyman Miss Lizzie KImbrell and Mrs. Polly of 1895 on our market to this date JOE RONAN. Common sense union undergar-lrun- ts which had a name "Wrong It is filled the pulpit, and our friend, Green, the last named being in her amount to 133,119 hhds. If Trou.lsl with. 2l9um-tis- m Ea4 correctly: are now taking the place of heing unaccustomed to him, he slept The offerings of hurley tobacco this This. t!:o old style two piece goods. They Mrs. Mary Fife was found dead in rather uneasily, starting up every 8Gth year, hut physically and menof land in JMy residence and the creditors of Carrie Hart-ma- n week have been very poor iu quality. tally strong. are cheaper, more comfortable and bed at tho home of her are hereby notified to file grabs. "West Main street, Bichmond. now aud then as the minister grow The dinner- - constituted the entire The good to fine grades and the medium their claims with the undersigned, Perfect fitting, being knit to your Brutus White, near Richmond, on emphatic llo r. C. II. PIGG 1C, 1894. Ihave Annapolis, and almost shouted the H properly verified, on or before Nov.. measurements, and have no seams. Thursday morning. Sho was awake words of truth at tho congregation. celebration, was not only bountiful clean reds In good condition have sold used Chamberlain's Pain Balm for 5, 1896, or the same will be barred. hut of great variety and delightfully fully up to prices current for some time rheumatism and found it to be all that 2s A descriptive catalogue, samples of at 3 o'clock and took somo medicine, Whan tho sermon was about 2 T. CORZELIUS, cooked old ham, chicken, turkey, past, but, all the other sorts were irreg claimed for it. goods and blanks but at 7 was dead. She was 02 years 1 believe it to be the over the preacher called out: pork, beef, all the vegetables of i Trastes. and easier until Friday, when the the ular On Saturday, October 10, '98, h ;it o.i application. Prices for suits old. Buried at tho family burying "Brethren, why stand ye hero all season, hot coffee, Ice tea, various market was more active and prices some- best preparation for rheumatism and 2.00 to $24.00 each. VS. 1). Ham, ground. She was a consistent mem"V. A. r 'lee, aged 87 years, died at it deep Beated, muscular pains on the marthe day idle?" ab 10 a'clock. a. ra.. on the nremises. Keene, Jc jmirro county.. breads and pickers, sherbet, Ice what better for the latter"gradcs. There ket and cheerfully recommend it to i actory Agent. ber of tho Presbyterian church. The the lf "Because they don't advertise," cream, white cake, black cake, fruit has been a fow hhda. of new hurley eold mile East of Speedand well, "twill rent to the highest and Colonel J. Stone "Walker, of late Wm. Fifo. this place, Avas a son. sung out tho half awakened mer- cake, sponge cake, poundcake this week, the quality of which has been public. Jno. G Brooks, dealer in boots, and nest Diuaer, shoes, etc., No 18 Main Street. I HAVE B:chinoud, Ky., the most popular 4822 jr Our clothing buyer seems to have chant, and the way his wife grabbed numerous extras. poor and prices low. man in hit the mark right in tbo center this him and shook him into a sensfc of Mr. Shearer lives eleven banker and to and Trash (dark or damaged? 1 00 to 1 50 Also Bead TnlsV Central Kentucky, was at the Gib- falL. Tho buyers are not saying, his situation, almost broke up the 30(1. miles from Richmond viar Common colory trash 2 00 to 35a of Land, son and stated to Colonel Jake Fech- - "Why aren't they trimmed sound meeting. Red House, beyond Brookstown, drid Medium to good col trash 3"50 io 500 & if land, lies in Oflland. for sale'. within half s mllo hd was hc imer and an Enquprcr man that ho so" or "whv are thev ko and so?" Mriclianiesvitl e, StrMary'Couniy.rMd.H tHVFoxtown nreeinct. Mdisn noun- - known , as 'J. O. Rice'nlace. Sriiwrea Commoii lugs not coTory 2 00 te. 3"0O FAITHFUL XEN OR jraorsLlp-Jeesto gain uorn; 0cre ifc.j Via tBnmT.4- was going to vote for Bryan and tho But tho expressions are "How" WANTED travel for responsible .es- born. Like Gen. Clay, he Is .one of Common coloryhigs- - u v4 00 lo etod rsolil a bottle FAH pwso8 haviMt --Shbm the few men inthe county who can jrtfuaedl-lrk- i, a mofiflHr le toJivwjfeatvbalRnce eaMto Brftfbt Democratic ticket. The tablished house in Kontucky.Salary say j "My fatberf ought theTiIdians '" MeciHin togeodol InjdG-O'to- rB This means protty" and "how 'qheajp !" to a men wiw.bd, -- raiNitriRk u m i ' wk, proyiwQr rill -- T "I, many votes' to the Democcate in that prices are graded to uit all pocket-distric- t, fSOand.exponsws. "t1 k --Brief xtra- - rood ieue. wir Here's Jioplniithti&i'M"' ajfdlrMwi. CflMBBon'to incdiBmh- -f Wq f75 wi l -- wwl WfWfc time Bd.DlacI 8tneuft bfcr . awrr? BBf? Reference. 'Enclose gelf-a. B rr rodae ve" niul -- M. where Colml "Wlker has bosks ; ;uut' the cheapest have-- , tits M J. " ! TUfJto KITH --WWJw WRUfe. .. Kaftlth' and cifirlbt? ina.v lim WX1 atiW npstf. n hetowM i f j.d88&A i8jMWipeeJYelopeA" The hundreds of frieiids,CiitiSa Wttftf a6 iiK! Jaunty cut afl.tjw lrigbqryC -- 12 OB JtocJ-JftJt-W -, uuwy smwb . awtlrcwuriw df Goad to fitKittUmaV rf J. ri.r lulrer. VMeagoi THE CLIMAX. Dled. 1 kicii-moud.i- n Uicli-inoix- l, j. fSELLSf w s- i:iiMH-nrp.- L LS.mkliiK-hous- e, t 1, 1, a- . DO Urn f '"-.t- -- ceiiis.......... , ,, .- Legal-tend- Gladness Comes E i Li a , . 19-2- le-- j 11 Fel-lm- y, 15-1- 8 UU te J5- - I Dim-vill- e, above-name- d above-nam- ed above-nam- ed ! U ") ss 's s(2fSfgiMflMpgfr?:fl -pLl nJr-irTt-Jta- rr-j iifiiifi hir-lBn-l-rir-lfiraia- rfti well-inform- ifN'R (R(2i5 o I f II iDF.RnMAT.v List of Letters. n m M m pm Us J Hi r- -lEj P--JEj U XDONT-GET-LEFT- ,o .! re-pri- nt. l-jl -- e, -ill ENTHUSIASM? HOW w 1 . g gk .. !i M SET a i j- - I ilfe g, fi r- THAT'S WHY IE ARE well-mad- wi P-fj-- jirs rail - river-botto- m At-an- ta, - ip . ed BBC.TJS Buorianan (()I3ig2;rslaFF, m e, EL ! book-keepi- ng n -, tEfTHJi7lBfT-lBri-lBrr-lBrr- -lB ! CLOSING OUT SALE AT well-know- one-ce- nt vit-iti- ng 1 anti-dyspep- tic !niiiaffirE FIRE : STORE. ili : arini T2T) . H.'-i-- tTl S. I d r-J si AUt - (ID)I& BOITS'. d. 1 cel-brat- ed jip T- w Jr I I I i LVEE3LT'S. S-EIO-- - -lB T- " 1S-- 22 B(s)E!) MEN'S ip pa 1 Cham-berlaine- 's 1 lb FURKISNIN6S. ----- rag-wee- Hats MIMlNERf! llE RIBBONS OF ALL KINDS CHEAP- 50G i- -lB HERRY KLEIR dis-eas- lap I SON, a Mc-Co- rd Pf-lr--BMtiiBhBlBT -l- -- h hi- 19-2- 2. to Creditors, i r' son-in-la- w, MdM-Ap- Public Rental! one-ha- two-thir- ds laii 19-2- .For Sale! gold-standa- rd . one-ha- lf Acres - Mcs : - ! s Mml J -- ine-.iiiu- o B-l- Position-perjna-Tien- tl &r J,t -- Hlri d- E5. I &r lasTWkjatft ? 1 lf 16 i-- h' - b-.i- ,n-- yr .ntHSL. sH: -- ft VS.J v . "Yl '! 'I "T -,- il - .11 s- ?', It ' t ? At,., 2JI j fir '" I ' t-- . 2 1 i Hr KENTUCKY NEWS. For KENTUCKY Two-Tear-Ol-ds The Latest Kern From All Parts of the Commonwealth. BRECKINRIDGE Will Open III Cxnpn1;n at Ltxlnetor Monilij. LtxiTfOTOS, Ky., Oct 12. CoL Breckdemocrat-republica- Lexington Itaces Friday. Lexixoton, Ky., Oct. 10. The Kentucky futurity for was two-year-ol- FUTURITY the Attraction at the FAST TRACK. The Trotting: Races at Lexington Star Il Folnter Wins the Pace. Lexington, Ky., Oct a The trot-lin- g Free-for-Afree-for-a- W m r I isr 1 - M. .r Ft n inridge, the gold candidate for congress, will open hit campaign here Monday afternoon at the opera house. Evan E. Settle, the silver nominee, has sent a request for a diTifionof time with Breck-in- r djje. Sunday n'ght Breckinridge said he had not decided whether he would meet Mr. Settle or not, as the proposition had not been made to him direct. 3 lie silver people will sec that the proposition is made direct to the colonel Monday morning', when he must accept or reject it. It is safe to say, however, that Breckinridge will not divide tims with Szttle. 11 rot htm Miot by a Marshal. Ky., Oct. 12. Jim and Bud Pedigo vterc shot by the town marshal here. The shooting grew out of an attempt of Marshal Collins to arrest Jim l'odigo. Pedigo resisted and drew a knife, when the marshal shothim in the side. Pedigo fell in the street, and Bud Pedigo, a brother, ran up and Collins fired two shots at him, ono taking effect in his right wrist. It is thought that Jim Pcdigo's wound is fatal. A large crowd was in town, and great time, 2:lGtf: excitement prevailed. EVAN E. SETTLE TfJH IW on llrjnnu Named for Congress by th Ashland District fellverltei. Lotnsvii.i.E, Ky., Oct. 12. President Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 10. The AshJohn A. Middleton, of the Farmers' land district silver democratic convenand Traders bank, of Shelbyvillc, Ky having declared that Bryan will be tion, which met here a week ago and outvoted in Shelby county, Dr. C. B. adjourned without being able to make Eddy, president of the Southern Bryan a nomination for congress, clnb, offers to wogcr him 1,000 that Friday, and in an exciting finSetEvan E nominated Shelby county will not go for either ish county. Twelve Owen of McKinlcy or Palmer, and also 81,000 tle, that Kentucky casts her vote for Bryan ballots were taken Friday afternoon, making 41 in all, and the convention in November. adjourned leaving a good deal of A Kltllnc In Kstlll County. in its wake. Carrol could have Richmond. Ky., Oct. 12. At a party prolonged the convention for hours if given '1 hursday night at the home of he had desired, as he had the key to Pleas Hill, just over the Estill county the situation, but ho saw the impossiline, Andy Christopher was shot and bility of his own nomination and deInstantly killed by some one who used termined to force the fight on the rifle,. One report says fortieth ballot. This resulted in his a Pleas Hill himslf did the shooting, name being dropped, as was expected. while another report says a man Then Carroll's county, Henry, and his named Jones fired the fatal shot. No followers in Oldham, Franklin nnd further particulars obtainable. Scott swung into line for Settle and nominated him, the vote standing: SetA'i Quiet at llrln. MiPDiKsnono, Ky , Oct. 13. Latest tle S7K, Bronston, S0K. Mr. Settle reports from Harlan state that every- made a graceful speech of acceptance. thing is quiet nnd no trouble is antici- Carroll and Bronston pledged their pated from Overton's friends. Sunday support to the nominee. night is his last on earth, unless the AT AN END. governor stays proceedings. His Campbell, The Troubles of friends have despaired of his life, but of Lexington, Ky. should an uprising occur Sheriff Smith Lemngton, Ky., Oct. 10. The trouhas sufiicient command at hand to S. T. Campbell bles of quell any disturbance are at an end He appeared at the Three fconn Died Suddenly. courthouse Friday and surrendered Paris, Ky., Oct. 12. Three sons of himself to Deputy Sheriff Frcckman, Julia Thomas, a Negro woman of who held a warrant for him, sworn a suburb of this city, have died out by Mayor Simrall several months of diphtheria, one on Thursday night, ago, charging bribery. He was taken another Friday and one Saturdav. The before County Judge Bullock, who disremaining son 'h also at depxn's door. missed the case on the grounds that Oa account of the proaIence of the the grand jury had investigated it and deadly disease the schools have all failed to return an ind ctment. i a ns'tit n been closed. IV" deaths w ere reported Mr. Campbell has :cei"-:Saturday. with a Cincinniti firm C .npbell has Overton limit Die. traveling .silcsm i'i. ri: tNKroirr, Ky., Oct. 12. Buford been in Lexington .s ck a! cd for thOrerton, the Harlan county murderer, past days. who is to be hanged Monday, was rrsnlllr to le 1 1. Iitctl l I"Tr - "y. a respite of SO days by Gov. V' naAiM.Kc., Ky., Oc 11. Citycom-ci- l Bradley. Orerton had previously been Tridny entered into fire yea s' conrefused a pardon and a commutation tract w th the Versailles EVctric Light of his sentence. Gov. Bradley is abCo.. to light the of Ycrsnil'es sent oa a speaking tour, but wired the with 20 arc lights stree's each anat 103 of state that the respite was num. The council h?'l a quarrel last secretary refused. year with the light company and since War on the Tont. that time until Friday the city has Lexingto.n, Ky., Oct. 12. Chief been using oil lanos. has declared war on the touts. Un- I.oti ( oitfiiiemrnt lie gae it out to them that they must NiciionAsvii.i.E, Ky.. Oct. 10. For 3" gMonday, nnd out of town before I Welch, that unless they did they would be ar- hours a shephcr indog of George a hemp up the reted. The late trains carried several. sr.. was tiedcame out center of alive. The and The exper ence of the touts who were stackasleep in one of the shocks dog was when last year put on the rock pile was not the s'ack was ma le up nnd its presence so pleasant as riding blind baggage. was not noticed lis whines of distress Ileml nml 1.cj;i Torn OX caused a search which led to its discovIIorMvs.vn.LE, Ky., Oot. 12. While ery. walking upon the tracl of the L. & N. HI WuuiilK Were FhciI. railroad at Caskey, ncsr this city, SunFi.EMiNGtr.uiio, Ky., Oct 10. Ed day morning, David Morris, a colored Breen, a young farmer of Mirtha Mills, boy 10 years ol'i, was struck by a pasdied Friday from wounds infi'ctcd senger train and instantly kil cd. upon him by Robert McDonald, a Both legs and his head vicre torn from neighboring farmer, last Sunday. The h s bodv, which was frightfully quarrel resulted over politics. two-year-o- ld s, the attraction at the trotting races Friday afternoon, and the attendance was large on this account. The weather was warm and the sport There were seven starters in the fuChina Silk turity, of which favorite. She was was an odds-o- n the entry of Marcus Daly, the Mantana copper king, and as she had never lost a heat the talent was certain she would win. She led in both heats all the way round and won in grand style, the second heat in 2:yJK. which is next to the. best race of the season. The only thing that could keep within reach of her was the Tennessee colt, Preston, he making a very pretty contest, but the filly could move away from hini at any point. The unfinished Transylvania stake was won in the first heat Friday by the favorite. Senator A, in 2:11. The 2:15 class trotting ivai easy for the favorite, Rose Turner, she winning in straight heats. The fifth race, the 2:20 class pacing, was unfinished owing to darkness after Stella and Eleanor had token two heats each and Lucy H. one heat. Summaries: Kentucky futurity for trotting, 55,030; China Silk won, Preston second, Sister Alice third. Best first-class. races here Wednesday were decided on a fast track in the presence of 5,000 people. The pace, with Frank Agan, Robert J. and Star Pointer as starters, was the leading attraction. Pointer was the favorite, but the other two mads it so hot for him thi first heat that he had to, go in 2:03 to win it, which breaks the track record two seconds. The next best thing on the card was the Wilson stake for 2:20 pacers, which had seven starters with Heir at Law a big favorite. Royal Victor won the first heat and lowered his record 6)4 seconds, but the favorite took the next three and the race. He had to lower his record to 2:07K. This is the fastest Wilson stake ever placed. ll MATT RAINEY'S Fatal Word Cost Ills Liberty and Anoth-e- r Man's I.lr. Winchester, Ky., Oct 8. The case Kuck-ervill- e. plu-nbin- g a-- , - tn re-fus- el pr Mc-Elr- -t man-gle- d. Anlls" Xtmome Caucht. Sakoent, Ky.. Oct. 12. "Anlis" Ncwsomc, the Kentucky murderer, was captured in Scoot county Virginia, by Deputy Sheriff Casebolt, of Pike connty, and three deputies. Ncwsome murdered h's cousin, a man named Dokes, on Shelby creek. A reward of S,000 was offered for his arrest. Dotrnejr (Set 15 Hundred "qulrrels. Vanchiiko, Ky., Oct. 10. Anton Rieg, John Lacker and Aug. Joehnk, business men of Cincinnati, got in Friday afternoon from the wild country 15 miles south, where they killed 100 Killed it squirrels and at IlAKltousuuRO, Ky., Oct. 12. James ting alone in her cabin near Lafayette Downey, w ho killed Policeman John It. dozing, fell into the fire and was so Russell here last April, was tried in terribly burned she died soon after in the cireuit court and the verdict of the great agoayv IVtltlon for a Curlew. jury was guilty of voluntary manLancaster, Ky., Oct. 10. The lad:es slaughter, and the punishment 13 years ol.this place have asked the city counin state's prison. cil to arrange a curfew bell ordinance, Oimrre Talbott Dead. providing for the'arrest of all boys unCvjiTMANA, Ky., Oct. 12. George M. on the streets after 8 Tallxilt died at his home in this city at der IS caught . noon Sunday after a short illness. The o'clock. Tenth District Returns Missing. deceased was one of the wealthiest and FRANKroRT. Ky., Oct 10. Assistant most rcspectoJ citizens in Harrison Secretary of State Guffy can not finu county. a part of the election returns from the I'al'l In Colli. congressional district for last AEin.Axn, Ky.,Oct- - 12. The Ashland Tenth He thinks that they arc missing. Coal and Iron Railway Co. paid off in year. Kentncky Fostmasters. gold Saturday, distributing SS.000 in Washington, Oct 10. The following one. two and a half, five and ten dollar pieces. The object was campaign ef- postmasters were appointed in Kenfect. The company employs about 2u5 tucky: F. M. Bryant, Leon, Whitley county; W. C. Pitman, Manchester, hands. Clay county. ISurnsldo Will Din. Ten to Four on JIcKlnley. Lancaster, Ky., Oit. 12. County Judge R. A. Burnsido is dying. He Lexington, Ky., Oct 10. Andy pool seller here was shot accidentally by I'ostmaster Welsh, the James J. Hamilton, and the Negro, selling pools on the trots, offers to bet Knox, who was killed by Hamilton. $10,000 to 1,000 that McKinlcy will be elected. Too Much Morphine. Owkntox, Ky., Oct. 12. Mrs. T. W. ratallT Hurt lr a Belt. Gallagher, wife of the proprieter of Hoi'iaxsviLLE, Ky., Ost 10. While the Hotel WooJ, died from an overdose working in a sawmill Friday morning, of morphine taken to allay tcmpD.axy A. C. Ballard was caught in one of the belts and fatally injured. well-know- Year. HorKiN!vn.i.E, Ky., Oct. 10. Mrs. Critie Boddie, aged "0 years, while sit- rabbits. Fell Into the Fire. 15 n 'jp rT JB? iL Tarn O'Shanter's ride through the fcidnight wind with the horrible fcob- pursuing him was foblins or nightmare, which only a had anybody is liable to experience as the result of overeating or sn attack of biliousness or indigestion. To avoid such disagreeable exper.ences one or two of Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be taken after a too hearty meal and the action of the Stomach will thereby be quickened and the meal promptly digested. Then too if Nature be assisted a little bow and then in removing offending matter from the stomach and bowels jou will thereby avoid a multitude of distressing derangements and diseases, and will have less frequent need for your doctors' services Of all known agents for this purpose, Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the best. Their secondary effect is to keep the bowels open and regular not to further constipate as is the case with other pills. Hence, their great popularity with suf. ferers from habitual constipation, piles and their attendant discomfort and man. Hold derangements. e biliousness, sick and ', Jhe Pellets-cur(SpsMk'ss headache, dizziness, costivencss, r constipation, sour stomach, loss of apcv petite, coated tongue, indigestion, or dyspepsia, windy belchings, "heart-born,- " pain and distress after eatinp. ad kindred derangements of the liver, .tomach and bowels. One little "Pel-2"- f Jwative, tW9 rc mMy c- V- N., committed suicide by taking morphine at the Central hotel, Pike and Washington streets, this city, some time between 2 p. m. Monday and Tuesday morning. He engaged a room at the Central last Thursday and had been drinking heavily from that time up to Monday afternoon. The proprietor's suspicions were aroused by the fact that the man did not come down for supper or breakfast, and the door of his room was forced. The guest's body was found lying crosswise of the bed, with the feet hanging down to the floor. An empty morphine bottle and traces of the deadly drug on the lapel of the suicide's coat told the story. Farrell had considerable money when he arrived in Covington, but from his remarks about the hotel it was surmised that he had lost heavily at gambling in Cincinnati. This is supposed to have been the cause of his despondency. The clothes he wore were nearly new. Returned, to the Penitentiary. Frankfort, Ky:, Oct 7. Detective Tom MaTiar, of Louisville, returned to tho penitentiary Henry Johnson, recently captured in St, Louis. Johnson escaped in ISSo De vth sentenced for ten years for robbing a street-ca- r driver and passengers in Louisville. HE GAMSLED HIs Money Array anil Then Ended Uls Career With Morphine. Covington, Ky., Oct 7. J. P. Far-rel- l, of Elliston Station, on the L. & FjUitkfobt, Ky., Oct Clarke, of Louisville, The FJans Chosen. 7. building coinmltteo of Feeble Minded institution at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, and, plans were selected for Jibme. The new buildis? , met with the Contractor j? - tMW. J? :t : :;' r r i The fall mcct-hand Fair sentence for tho murder September assocwMon closed Monday afternoon. 1895, of Wm. Ryan in a quarrel over a crap game. In tho iourth heat of the Merchants' stake for trotters in the 2:19 class, Missing Farmer Found. George G. won from Lily Young by a Jeffersonville, Ky., Oct 9. Festus nose. Complaint was made to the the wealthy farmer who has judges that Swcaringen did not drive been missing from his home at Charles-tow- n to win tho heat, and it was declared since September 14, has been oft. Scott Hudson was then put in found at Carmi, 111. Bowcn's mind is Lily Young's sulky, but George G. was thought to be affected. the best 'horse, and ho won the race. TWO DAYS. Scott Jackson's Case. Summaries: Frankfort, Ky., Oct 9. It Is pre General Re;!tratlon for tho November 2:19 class, trotting, Mcrchahts dicted here that the court of appeals Flection In Kentncky. stakes, 81,000: George G., won; Lily will not take up the Jackson case until All Louisville, Ky., Oct 8. Returns Young, second; Edmonia, third. Best the Walling case has reached the from the first two days general regis- time 2:12Jf. court This may cause a delay of sevtration for the November election show 2:40 class, trotting, Jefferson County groat republican gains. In this city stakes, 5000: Visplnia won; Laura T., eral weeks; Drowned In a Tub of Sods. the republicans lead in every ward ex- second; Song Bird, third. Best tlmo RlcmiOND, Ky., Oct 9. While its cept the Seventh. Frankfort, the state 2:e9. mother was haneintr out clothes, an in capital, gives a republican increase of 2:10 class, trotting, for fur8a over last year. At Lexington there Mammoth Clothing stake, SS00: Mabel fant child of Thomas Kirby, living. to this ib a democratic loss of 200. AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE Moacypcnny won; Mary Beaufort, sec- near Orlando,suds, county, crawledwas fell in and The registration in Louisville Wed- ond; Miss Delia Fox, third. Best time the tub of drowned. nesday was 8,000, and the total for the 2:12. J two days 38,000. The total registration Confederate Soldiers' Reunion. Ijindcman lluylng Yearlings. last year was 37,000. Thursday is the Bedford, Ky.,Oct 9. A confederate W. Lexington, Ky., Oct C II. soldiers' reunion was held at this WITHOUT COST. last tfay. Laudeman came in possession of a place. Dr. E. O. Guerrant of Wilmore, COURT OF APPEALS couple of good yearlings Monday when Ky., and Col. Bennett H. Yoilng, of MW'W fkJ&:alfarj&Lr he agrchased, of Milton Youn? U.e Louisville, addressed at least 4,000 peoLiw-C- ae Sufltnlns the of X. T. Check is. the Commasiweali-- i "c?estnut brother to Hessie, by Han- ple. , over, out of Llda Stanhope, and the FRANKroRT, Ky., Oct Fell to the Oronnd and Expired. ofjrappeals Wednesday morning bay colt by Onondaga, out of Ammonia, Ky., Oct 9. While noi'KiNSViLLE, the case of N. T. Cheek vs. the sister to Fremont The price paid was standing alone in his yard Ilillard Commonwealth, in which Cheek had not mado public, but it is 'understood Garnett, residing near Newsted, in 50c: and $1 per box. G for $5. bien fined S503 in two actions for oper- that Mr. Laudeman got them very this county, suddenly fell to the ground Japanese Pile Ointment. 25 and ating a poolroom in Lexington. Check cheap. The brother to Hessie is one nnd expired. 60c. per box. Japanese Liver g w as indicted on the ground of of the most promising colts of the Pellets, 50 pillsr2Sc. Legs Cut Off by a Train. lb9G crop. a nuisance. TT nlvTrrltti-rill enre all klilds of Piles. Why King's Mountain, Ky., Oct 9. John jruarsnten with O51.0O boxes, to ninner with this tocr$lelieMio? fuml tliiymonry Ir'not rured. dialled tu uifaJ-tire- s Judge Hazelrigg, in discussing the ou receipt or i rice. Iho Jsp&nsae l'llo Cure Comjaaj, illna. Death of Thomas Green. Keeth, who had his legs cut off by a s'atute against pool selling said: "Tho HoriciNSViLLE, Ky., Oct 6. Thomas freight train at this place, died ThursflSTSold by IV. G. White, Druggest, Richmond, Ky. sole question hinges on the meaning of ' the word 'hazard.' It seems to us that Green, a prominent and wealthy citi- day morning. ; to engage in a wager of any kind is zen of this county, died at the home of Lord Rosebery's Successor. his daughter, Mrs. Bankheod Dade, a hazard." London, Oct. 9. Sir Wm. Harcourt, near this city, of apoplexy, aged 77 Condition of the Kentncky Treasury. ho will probably succeed Lord Rose- years. He was born in this county 9 THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY NOW Frankfort, Ky., Oct a The and spent all his life near where he bcry as the leader of the liberal party, monthly report of the state treasury died. He was for years a magistrate is suffering from un attack of catar WHETHER YOU NEED GOODS OR K0T AS KY shows: Sinking fund, balance August and a commissioner of tho Western rhal cold. 31, 177,777: receipts, 533,523; total, lunatic asylum. IN EVERY LINE AND STOCK IS COMPLETE $111,307; school fund, balance August THE MARKETS. Judge Drnny Withdraws. 81, Sl7t3,423; receipts, SHG.C73; total, MUST BE SOLD. Yours truly, Louisville, Ky., Oct 0. Judge Geo. S.S23.097; expenditures, S1,09C; total, CINCINNATI. OCt Id .122,000; general expenditure fund, Denny, of Lexington, Monday, issued 10: do Flocr an address withdrawing from the Sev- U45&3 8S: Winter patent 81 80S 1 extrt, fancy. Has Recgntly Beea Converted Into a Modern Palace. S"33,30S; balance, deficit, S10),220; reK.3V3 do Ismlly. tZTa&llO: enth district congressional contest be- 250; low grades, tl.BO&lZS. spring pattnt. v: v.j ceipts, S130y3; deficit S4.9S0; expendiat '! in a ism Halls and Entrance are Marble and Tiling of tlm Finest Quality. tures, 5100,822; total, S1G3.S0S; balance cause the republicans had decided not J18J24 15. do fancy, tHJOlW; do family. 160 110. rye. 12 8193.10 per brl. to name a regular candidate. This in treasury, Sj67,499. Wheat means that all tho republicans will red. track, Sales: No S red. track. 65c: simple 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn tlie Floors at Wo. sample red, track, at Tic reKentncky Petitions. vote for W. C. P. Breckinridge. Tho jected red, track, at tic Washington, Oct a The following one opponent will be a free silver demConx Sales: No. 2 mixed, trock, ot I6c: - - - DF I'ARLUBS AND UPPEK HALLS. - - yellow ear. track. Uyio: yellow ear. track, at Kentuckians were pensioned Wednesocrat rrc. No. z mixed, track, at Tic day: Increase Samuel J. Owens, S. Kentucky Children Klopc. Oats Sales: Rejected white, poor, track. Cumberland City, Clinton. Original Lawrenckhurg, Ky., Oct 0. Am- 13(c: No. 2 mixed, old. track, 2! He: No. 2 mix- - Offices and DiningRoom Beautifully Decorated and Bril Widows, etc Lucinda Hollandsworth, ed. track. 1H:: rejocted mixed, track, II Ko; McKee, Jackscn; minors of James R. brose Haydon, aged 17, and Miss Lola Xo. i mixed, track. Ziytc liantly Lighted.. Perry, only 14 years old, eloped from Hogs Choice paoaers and prime butchers. Cunningham, Louisville, Jefferson. this place Monday morning to I13iijT.35 mixed packers. H liffil 25; common Ind., to marry. He is a son and roughs. HMJllO; light shippers andgood Ileglstrrrd ns an Anarchist. Newport, Ky., Oct 8. In Kentucky of A. Haydon and she a daughter of fat plzs, SI J533 10. steers, fair to good, 9XW3 Its Equipments throughout aro without a Superior in the South, rate of Cattle Heary cities the voter is asked his politics Mr. Robert Perry, both of the Palmer in. cbolce. 1153135: butchers, good to Charges Considered. when he appears to register. In Pre- precinct in the northwestern part ol choice, JI.631 lit fair to medium. 53 00 cinct C of the First ward of Newport, the county, about ten miles from here. IWi common to ordinary, S225i3tt. oxen, sf V!25 is l.y)3L7i. Helton: J. Frank Dye registered as an anarch- Ministers Refuse to Listen to a Woman. 3.10 extra. 13.I0&3 75. Good to choice. jaiOO ist. Sheep amu Lauds Sheep: Extras, 12 .81 Louisville, Ky., Oct C The Louisto Death of an Old Soldier. Havo Been Expendnd in This Rcont Improvement. ville Ministerial associatio-j- , compris- llOcoodto caolco. C2J32.7; to commoni&tt n fair, il.7K3J.IV Lambs: Good Irvine, Ky., Oct 8. Capt A. D. ing all the prominent preachers in (3100. common to fair. 117&3175. choice, Powell died at his home here. Ho this city, Monday refused a request Veal Calves Common and large. 12.60(3 served in the Mexican and civil wars, from Mrs. Henrietta C. Ogden that she 4.2J, fair to good light. J4.50$5J: extra. cS.50. It Wooi and was buried Wednesday with G. A. be allowed to address them briefly quarter-bloo-d Unwashed fine merino, 9 10c per lb, M clothing. UCllJo. medium R. and Masonic honors. 1 upon the subject of "Mission Work." and clothing. 1213o. braid. UQl?o; combing, 13311a Washed Pine me W. Scott Miller, Jr., Manager. She waited in the ante-roowhile her New Kentucky Postmaster. I clothing, Italic; rino. X to XX. lie: medlu-H Washington, Oct a J. W. Scator message was delivered. delaine fleece. H315o: long eomolng. IVJISs; quarter blood and low. IS13c. has been appointed postmaster at Phil-po- t, Accnsed ot Assanlt. II choice. 17Fl8c Daviess county, Ky. Stanford, Ky., Oct C. The people HQirc; Nxv Yohk. Oct 10. are dangerously aroused over the atI Wheat No. 2 red December 7iyit7Jfo; WAR TALK. tempted assault Monday afternoon of May, 77?, '378c. Cohn MANUTACTUnKK A'D DKALKK M The St. James Gazette Says There Ig "No Miss Lucy Singleton, the daughter of May. J3 Decombor, 313313c: No. 2, SSji ftJOHc; a farmer. Ben Reynolds was arrested, Us In Crylnc l'e.ice" Venezuela's AttiNo. 2 western, : Oats Deoember. t3x accused of the crime. tude Toward Kngland is Insulting. Poreiga and American Marble Toledo. Q. Oot ia London, Oct a The St James GaFought Over rolttlrs. Wheat No. 2 red, cash. 7lc: December. No 3 zette devotes a leading article to disFranfort, Ky., Oct C. Word was 76V4c: MaT. 73,Hc: mixed, red. cash. OXc. II AND GRANITE MONUMENTS, Conv No. 2 oash, 2c: December, cussion of the Venezuelan situation, in received here Monday that Ed Breen : HXe: No. 3 yellow. cah. 21Hc. ;; which the paper insists that no prog- had been stabbed and fatally wounded Tombs, Tablets, Oats No 2 mixed, cash. 18c. ress whatever has been made toward a by Bob McDonald at Martha Mills, Rte No 2. cash, S9o: No. 3. do, S7o. IIkadstones, Uknss, Chicago. Oct. 10. settlement of England's dispute with Fleming county. Sunday in a quarrel Calls on December wheat opened at 63 Vc, Venezuela. The paper recites the Vene- over politics. Statuary, Etc sold between 70S' and 70S, last price 70H&. zuelan affronts and outrages perpePuts opened at 67c. sold cetween 67 Ha and v Child llurned to Death. trated upon English officials, and conC7Ho. last price 67fFINE WORK A SPECIALTY Louisa, Ky., Oct C. The Calls on May corn opined at 28c, last pr'ca. cludes by saying: daughter of Eph If such insults and outrages had Orchard, was burned Small, of Peach S7c. Puis opened at 27Sc last price 27c. in. to death. Her Indianapolis, lad.. Oct 3F Your Trade Solicited., fipp been addressed to the meanest sister clothing caught tire. In her efforts to Cattle No quotable change la the market republic in South America there would save her child the mother was severely Hogs Good to choice medium nnd heavy, Work delivered to any part of the. 40S1 SO. good to choice light. (3.4933 35. have been war long ago. Any other burned. Y RICHMO:sD, KENirCItt' SnKtr- Not enough sheep to make m marState. jCBTWrite for Designs and European power would not have stood ket. Killed by an Exprest Train. 8arMrS, it a week, yet v e sit with folded hands Prices. Greensburg, Ephraim and permit one slap in the face to suc- Sparks, aged 79 Ind., Oct. C near OsPEST. THE HORN-FLyears, living GEO. O. DOZIER, Proprietor. ceed another. We hope most sincerely good, was run down by an express that the negotiations with. th United train and killed. He was knocked Iivine Streets. ?SSS3SSSSSSSA$SSSS&SSSSSSS The loss sustained by cattle owners States will result peacefully, but noth- about forty feet and died instantly. Richmond, Ky. The this season is beyond calculation. ing is to be gained by shutting our eyes T1 Wi Registration at Frankfort. fly most numerous during that period; and crying "Peace" where there is no Frankfort, Ky., Oct 7. The regis- w hen cattle on crass usually lay on fat peace HON. C. T. CALDWELL, tration here Tuesday shows a slight most rapidly. In manv sections of the. - . -- 5 3 Rlcyclrs Horned. in Peoria, I1L, Oct 8. The building increase over that of last yeargot both country this pest worried the cattle so Last year Hardin 737 occupied by the Ide bicycle works and parties. of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recomconstantly that they gained but little, the Parsons' Porological institute, was votes to Bradley's 930. This year's if any, fat, and unless some remedy registration shows 883 democrrts to 947 Our factory on Laurel Street in Richmends "Wrights Celery destroyed by fire Wednesday morning. mond is now running, and we are is quickly discovered, it will make cattle' Loss, 590,000. The bicycle company's republicans, with 102 Capsules. prepared to fill orders for twist jf the The "national sound money" voters grazing an nnproiitable business. loss of 550,000 is covered by insurance. all registered as democrats except Origin of the fire unknown. This ily is found all over the country, i) si three. Of from the sea level of the Gulf coast PARKEnsnuua, W. Va., Tnn smoke of London when the Lexington Fall Sleeting. country to the higher altitudes of the January 26, 1993. wind is in the right direction is 'found Lexington, Ky., Oct 7. It is now a The Wright Med. Co., condensed on the sea as far away as settled fact that the Kentucky associa- Staked Plains of Texas. M. 0." Devonshire, blackening the water for tion will hold a fall meeting. The It is hoped that Prof. Snow, of rhinch-buColumbus, Ohio. sfcE miles. rAHD"A dates claimed and secured are Novemmine, will turn his attention to this Gentlemen: I have been using 'x Jacks" "Pair ber 9 to 17, inclusive. As soon as ar- fiy and succeed in disco ering some way Wright's Celery Capsules since NovemMALE AND FEMALE rangements can be completed for priv- to destroy it as effectually as he has the ber, 1894. and find them to be a3 recomCrowded Abont the It glstratlon Booths ileges, etc., the programme will be anBrands, three grades. Ye can sav 3 yon mended. chinch bugs. Industrial American. I first beuan taking them 1 In Lexington. Ky. money. Send us a trial order; you will nounced. It is a certainty that neither while at Hot Springs, Aik, under treatLexington, Ky., Oct 7. From 6 Louisville or Newport will interfere. Espe be uliul with our products. o'clock Tuesday morning until 9 TuesSORTHORNS, THE REST CATTLE. cially pleased to hear from country mer-- j ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Heavy Registration In Owensboro. day night the people of this town, chants. Stomach trouble. Constipation which I 1 New and Nicely Selected Stock Owensroro, Ky.. Oct 7. The first white, black, mule and female, ShortRem, White at which had been a long sufferer. I found the day'B registration in Owensboro reswarmed in and about the polls, in Just Received and at . Celery C.ipsules gave me great relief Richmond, Ky. 49 the various precincts, registering their sulted as follows: Democrats, 1,105; horn cattle can be bought should induce f grade cattle and refrom the beginning and have used them names as voters. The democrats had republicans, 802; populists, 11; pro- farmers to 6ell their t ever since. With pleasure, and unsothe worst of it to begin with, but fin- hibitionists, 14; national democrats, 2. stock with pedigreed animals of good inished good and strong with a majority This is a heavy registration for the dividuality. This is the best licited, I recommend them to any and of about 000 over the republicans. The first day and shows the continued breed of cattle for the farmer. They all suffering with like afflictions or either bolters and republicans had nearly all supremacy of the democratic party in Bupplybeef, butter milk. The calves of them. Very truly ROUTE Owensboro. the officers, and combined against the can be sold to improve the cattle of other T Caldwell. democrats, refusing, it is said, in many -- BEST UKE TO AKB FRC!- M- Sold by T. S Charles Druggist. Col. Todhanter Dead. Hagan, sections, or turned into steers which will I Price instances, to allow them to register. OLD GOLD Lexington, Ky., Oct 7. Col. Robt 7S33 lbs,- at three years old; 0 cents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug-tor- e The registration was largo. P. Todhunter, ono of the oldest and weigh 1,600 and get free sample. 6 wealthiest breeders of trotting horses, yearlings ran be made to weigh from Orerton Ready to Die. I solid VestIboIcl Trams, wltli rtuITel l'nrior died Tuesday morning. He bred many 900 to 1,000 lbs. rnrs. E'ecwnl Coaclie. Dining enre, waguei Sergent, Ky., Oct 7. The gallowt famous horses. Ruyers from Texas, Virginia, and Sloping Cars, and ltet Improved Pj'lva'ey upon which Buford Overton will pay sew Department Bullet Weeping Cars, think is Fire at Carrollton, Ky. or some simple other Southern States have recently Idea Who canpateat? the death penalty next Monday, Octofurnished with toilet acrownr en la Wanted-- An thing to Carbollton, Ky., Oct 7. The- - John visited Kentucky and taken home with each compartment. Best terminal stall j:i. ber 12, at Harlan C. II., is nearing comSr0.'0.01? Jdeas: they may brusir you wraith. in this write JOH WEDDEKBUBJ & CO, Patent Alter- pletion, and preparations are being Howe building, morning, city, partly them choice selections of the best bulls si'Cs::;zixi-- . Ee'?;.?as.,1!nsttn' - - ror "wl 13 Prtxo otter Including a burned Tuesday and list ot two hundred laTenttons wanteL made for the execution. Fully 10,000 grocery, the republican headquarters and heifers STmountain people will witness the hangand the Odd Fellows' halL .Kentucky breeders will find it to their Buffet 1'arlor Bollil VestlbulolTrnlnawith DONE ing: Overton is accused of the murder ALL Cant, Couches nml Dliilnc CnrS, auil Wagner of Loeb and wife, Jewish peddlers, on Lima, Peru, Oct 9 'Via. Galveston, inteiest to register their cattle in the BuffctbleeplngCarn. Entering Ht. Loulover Martin's Fork, in 1694. lie reads the Tex. The great fire at Guayaquil, herd book nnd to sell off all grades and the New Merchants' Bridge, avoiding lie ' tunnel. Bible daily, and says he is ready to Ecuador, is believed to have been of keep nothing but the best Shorthorns. meet his God. incendiary origin. Some arrests have been made. Many people lost their W. II. Kinnnird, the oldest bank xoung Farmer Imnalod Alive. lives during the conflagration, and tho cashier in the State, and his wife celeNOTICE, -SThe only Through Bleeping Crnn( from FtEMiNOSDnno, Ky., Oct 5. Near losses are now estimated at 80,000,000 golden wedding at LancasPATS THE.. Cincinnn'i. Elegant Wagner bleeping Cnr. Hill Top, this county. Emery Hardin, a sacres (554,400,000). Tho populace is brated their yourg farmer, fell on a picket fence furious and is demanding the prompt ter Thursday. SSSSSSSSS?SS3SS5SSSS&SSSSSSSSSS which he was climbing, Tho end of pun'shment of the guilty. Only seven of the sixteen distillerii one o? the pickets entered the lower Louisville will run the coming In Denmark, Norway and Finland ies in part of his body and penetrate! the The '.outliwetem Limited" Soll.1 l(Tetl' DR. GOTTQH BOOT AKD the employment of women as sailors season. .YOU PAT FOR THE. faled Trains, with Combination Ujrary, Of stomach, passing through him. He is 32 MK DISCOVERY nnfTVt nnd Hnioklim Curs. Wneiier HIeetilii'' is a matter 'of daily experience, and THE AGE. S Etlll living, but can net recover. Ccache nnd Dining Cars! land lcir. Elegant Clonal they are often found to be very exce- WAKTED FAITHFCIi MKH OB ing in Mew torn uitr ni4J '.reel EHIYROYAL An Uajbecue. and travel for responsible es- UUpOU .aTUSlWYCtJI alUtVlljr AlHIOIVIl i tt caw. Jlato la Grnulr-- j R2 3 sL. 14. A postureeSect: Lawrkncebcbo, Ky., Oct. 0. There llent mariners. prereattTB. CmM 'always rellfiblH mi) r flA tablished house in Kentucky. Salary Bcs!ur9 your ticket reads via ' bUR' wRl be an alwaraskfur))r.Kai'i ftifoa Root naj. Kentucky Lord Chief Justice! Russell said $70 and expenses. Position perma-nanfPewjjroraL Komnla Mailed to a MfceM Pills. Thev acm and democratic rally'sat the Law in a speech on his recent visit to MonfsM nerer lnl am. toanjai- - AtsaftoI(lbf Reference.. Enclose solf6!-flresse- d !h v Ui 0 vCnfiMIi OtDTtIT T " StSSSitl OA Ml9t at T Mttill VI.IHf-Ilreiicebare falrkrrounas next Saturdav. treal that the average Snglish jadge OLUWSU OiACLl,. envelope.- - sThe rW. atgr.vein. M i "J 'stamned Agt Treat - "Xta Ka XMWu CaSt.FxI.Xtsa. Oqtobers M. PrefaraUonir are bftlmg I jaakei r rl&eurajwBidft Pa6eur ia Ihoobw fit KationaL,- -- mmm.-ti ' W, GJAVhU, DrtW. ' I - i autd Kv. vmoftgoj, fcyeople, f? . I f 5uaf few 'A&p's. : LOU7- of the commonwealth against Matt Rainey, charged with the murder of Aaron Adams, which has been on trial in the circuit court here over a week, was given to the jury at noon Wednesday and at 3 o'clock a verdict of guilty was returned, fixing the punishment nt life imprisonment Adams was shot to death near BloomingJale, this county, about four months ago The shooting was done bj-- Matt Rainey's son, Dillard, at the command of his father, both bcin3 present at the time. Matt Rainey was arrested at once, but his son escaped, and was captured several weeks later at Roanoke, Va. Young Rainey's trial on the same charge is set for the twentieth day of the term. COUNTY CLERKS Can Make the Primary Leiral lu Kentncky, Whether or No. appears Frankfort, Ky., Oct-.-cfrom investigation that each of the eight county clerks In the Ashland district are silver democrats, and that should the holding of the primary election (as will be ordered by the committee which meets here Tuesday for the purposo of calling one, as provided in the resolution of the convention), be illegal, it is the general opinion it will stand, as the matter is ono purlely political, and would have to be decided by tho couuty clerks in placing the names on the ballots, and in all probability no question will be raised unless a contest is gotten up or is directed to be done, or done by Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge or his friends. It is now settled that the fight will be made between the nominee of tho silver democratic primary, who will have the support of tho populists, and Col. W. a P. Breckinridge, who will have the support of the gold democrats and the republicans, and the squaro issue on the money question will be raised. LOUISVILLE RACES. The Fall Meeting Came to an F.nil MondayGeorge G. Wins tho Merchants' . It Ky., Oct. Lawrencebubg, seems about settled that Lawrence-bur- g is to have no electric lights. The Standard Engineering Co., of St Louis, with whom a contract "was made months ago for a plant, has never shown up, and the oity council has been forced to odvertiso for bids for lighting the town in the old, old way coal oil lamps. May Not Get.Electrlc Lights. T HAVING DECIDED TO FREE BUTTO AN ELEGANT BUTTON FREE 1 QUIT Harrodsbarg School Suspended. Ky., Oct 9. The public school was suspended for ten days on account of two or three cases of diphtheria in the vicinity of the building. The board of trustees notified Prof. Bell that, os a precautionary nARRODSBURO, BUSIN As soon as I can dispose of my stock of goods, I hereby announce that on and after this date m? entire with each package of measure against the drcided dispose getting among the pupils, the school should be suspended until the 10th. has reached here of a bold robbery at Breckinridgo county, when two masked men entered the home of David Pullen, a well to do farmer, anil He tried to demanded his money. remonstrate, when they covered him with shotguns, forced him to hand over 5100, and departed. Leitciifield, Ky., Oct Masked Men Hoi 1 Up a Farmer. 9. News Hud-sonvill- e, Fikcs. - of .he iU A Oct 0 u, Against Murderi.r Doyle. Ky., Oct 9. The court of appeals Thursday morning afflrmed the judgment of the McCracken county court which gave nenry Doyle a life Frankfort, Louisville-Drivin- g l, In fact FURNISHING GOODS, HKTS, CKRPETS, everything in the House, must l. CLOTHING, NOTIONS, five-ce- nt closed out regardless of price for x1GAS H ONLYIO SWEET CAPO RAL CIGARETTE A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS No goods will be charged to any one. goods charged this year and previous to this vear is now due and must be paid at once without ther notice. This is Antl-loolroo- ra Stricflv I fc&rt main-tunin- wpiii and n mean exactly what I say as reganls my accounts and as to my stock of goods on hand. l, THE WILL HiiU yorn m ml BB Ul hwm m. J n r.' t.; & m d S, P. Fixtures for sale. Jcffer-sonvill- o, Bf6 111 ' flip? J RKTES $2 -- S. S2..SO PER DRY The exact thing for your 1 1 do-M- ms-dl- m a Madison Mozuinaental Works. - WHEAT D KILLS, rajJ-lOo- HARROWS, HOLLERS, HARDWARE, 1 S 1 1 TINWARE. T4 -. eight-year-o- ld I Shackelf or d J! - Y SUPPLY THE TRADE j5 t A SJ I m YhmiM iffffiv.uF g 1 ul WATCHES JEWELRY. i Tlie-prie- e pure-bre- d ... all-rou- "BIG FOUR" CHICAGO. Hard - Times -- Prices. qS'5aocoooogogc::,c - AND SILVEr. -- msgnlfl-cenii- wm 1 WnRK THKEN its, LOUIS. D- BOSTON. on ...HE HORT I NEW YORK. FREIGHT. DRINKS. RUST'S ed pait-engcr-s RMS II SilSjH bar-bes- ue c. ill? pJeiclaoBos-aanpackaa- -- ,? - &7grfaV-jMW)nfie- e liz '-a- rt 'i p- inmj&s- . J1- - - ' i it . 8"A wf t l' Kklitl, ' &&& lf3 --