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Go- IJOB WORK. i isfs 1 UJ 1V :5; ? &LCAREFULLY EXEGUThDf : In a RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, EFFECT OF MUSIC. Sjstcnj Influenced hy Olff fcrunt Kinds of Sounds. The old story that Saul when out of temper used to summon David to play the harp, and found the music to be a sedative, may prove to be more than a Net-Ton- KENTUCKY, A FUNERAL WEDNESDAY, NTJMBEE 22. es- SILVER OR GOLD. XS-I'atc- The Troubles of n tablished house in Kentucky. Salary -Mountain Country. $780 and expenses. Position porma-nan- t. Better than either is a lealthy "On my first circuit 1 had a lesson Reference. Enclose liver. If the liver is O. K. the Sixth acnue "L" raid at Fiftieth street in human nature that! have never forstamped envWope. The man is 0. K. His blood is kept National, Star Insurance Bldg., early one morning, and was counting gotten," said a Methodist minister to Chicago. pure, his digestion perfect, and ho his change in a scaich forplugged dimes a Washington Star reporter. Mid nickels. A quarter foil from his simple historic incident, for both Charccn enjoy life and act intelligently "The circuit was in the mountains of hands and rolled along the platform cot and Tarehanovv have declared that West Virginia, and among the members BRIDGEFORD'S r.nd patiently upon the questions GYanfc Circuit Court. until it lodged under the raised steps musical sounds arc a remedial agency of my church was a widow, who, in adcf the dav. Tou all" know what to in disease which no physician can af- dition to Use loss of nhioJi fnrm iht rt,rA f Kn ,infA Wir. R. LANTER, rf al.' her husband, had take. You have known it for years. in r,lain """ butas un"- - ford to ignore, says the New York suffered '".iul earthly parting with four ! There lt ,ai On Petition. Herald."" Tt is Simmons Liver Peculator Ininable as the irolden annles of lles- of her v ! idren, leaving but two, a girl vnni'icl-nlil...- SEE THEM! Mr. Warthin, of Michigan, who has oi'd a boy nearly grown. By virtue of judgment of the Clark Cirperides. The loser was the picture of TO BUY THE POPE A CITY. and every one of them wrong. "The rage.'says EXAMINE THEM! given a great deal of thought to this subHUNTERS HIT BY THEIR game. cuit Court rendered at the September the New York Mail and Ex"One night 1 was asked to hasten to old mythology asserted that after the Term, I80C, the undersigned Constantinople, More Than Rome, Is Special ject, asserts that different kinds of -- r cabin, press. Instances Tf hero Sportsmen Have Rccetred Commissioner of said court will, on which I did, reaching there PlTRCIIASE TIIEMi I 6iiu had dipjed in the western ocean Likely to Ue rnrched. the don't the blame coin," sounds are more effective )'it premises near Beckncrville in Claik at sunset (the Iberians and other an- he"Iwailed. care about em to burn; but the cure of disease. Forthan drugs in died in time to be with her son when ho It Is .suggested that the Roman Catho-- - Game Severe, niovrs from rtlrdj. instance. got killed in full flight has a mofrom the effects of an accident. Countv, Kentucky, on cient nations actually imagined that it just makes"I'vemad to sec lies of Christendom shall subscribe $1,- assures us that, the mu-i- c of me mentum thatcarries it a longway some"The mother, although deeply 000,000,000 to buy Borne and a near-b- y they could hear the hissing of the there, and I can't get it." that quarter Valkyrie will increase pcrs;'"ration. times. London grieved, acted more calmly than I seaport SATURDAY, NOV. 14, '96 waters when the glowing globe was for the pope, says Harpei's stances where Field relates several inand, therefore, cure certain f:rins of "(limine a dime, the birds have hit the ,i, uie morning 1 went Weekly. The belief Is e.vn-esse-d plunged therein) he was seized by Vul- senger boy. "and mister," said a mes- ailment caused by checking its flow. that at 2 o'clock, P. M., proceed to expose at fie uut-- , iluiiuiiu in 141c unenioon, i the Italian government might sell the sportsman. In one case George Mon-necan and placed in a golden goblet. This penses, and 111 get your cents for ex- The operative energy is not the music was shooting in the woods of Long public sale to the highest bidder, a tract mun." found the widow in the paroxysm of strange craft with its astonishing carregarded the boy for a mo- as Firch, but the recl'ar vibrations "tears. 1 tried to comfort her with tho properly without serious detriment to Island when a grouse, driven by beaters, of land, described as follows: The go navigated the ocean by a northerly ment and said: "Oo its political integrity and that the came flying along made by it. Tannhatiscr. on the other usual Christian consolation. aJiead." fast and high up. He -- . TB.A.CT Finally monev could be used to trrent.mhnntnp-Xj.A2ro, course, so as to reach the east again hanA is a vibratory soporific and in- she quieted down enough to say: a, few minutes with He rcturi'ctl in shot at it. then, with the other In relieving Italy of part of the burden ' barre flr(j and in time for sunrise the following morn- his form working ennxulsivcly. In hid duce a serene state of mind and body. " "Tain't only thet he died. T know at another bird. Just as lying on Howard s .Lower Lreefc, in ing. Among the more sober physicists ham! he had a piece of scantling. The M. Coriveaud, of Paris, asserts that he's a heap ul ut;i jjuuiiu ucuw 11 15 nui pruioseu he was about lowering his gun after Clark County, Ky.. and bounded as fol better off.' to turn over the principal to jhe venders, of old, as we are told by Aristotle, it crowd watched him curiously. lows: Beginuingat a stone at the interFrom violin plaiing is at least a temporary "'Whafis'it, then?' was believed that in some manner the his mouth the boy took a well masti-catr- remedy for sciatica. He adduces the inbut to place it in trust and to pay its the head that he received a blow on section of the Kentucky River Turnpike " 'We kain't liev no funeral.' knocked him senseind ColbvilIe Road and corner to Bow- For years you and your iathera sun was coneyed by night across the annual proceeds into the Italian treas- less. The grouse wad of ohewing gum. He stuck stance of a patient who found almost "No funeral?' ury as long as the pope remains undis- against his head. first hit had tumbled yer, thence with Colyerville road N. Lave found it of sterling worth. northern region, and that darkness this on the end of the scantling and, instant relief In that way and who suc"No. Sal's jess got back 23 43 E. 2U0C feet to a stake th' It is and always has been put up was due to lofty mountains, which thrusting lite stick through the narrow cessfully resorted to it whenever threat- sto'. an' not n ya'd o' black hev fromgot. turbed in the papal territory. That same afternoon a wheelman in said road and they corner to The plan is a very pretty one and riding along near the line only by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Take screened off the sunbeams during the srjacc, pressed the soft and sticky gum ened with an attack. I never did 'tend no funeral 'thoutblack, of hunters Lucien Goodwin; thence with his voyage." Another theory was that the firmly on the lost coin. Then he deftly there are those who think; the money ndmiring the scenery did not observe a .V. 67 43 W. 1779 feet to a stakeline Perhaps this is an appeal to the im- an' I ain't goin ter 'tend now. He in kin i. ue Lut the genuine. It has the sun actually pursued his course below roodwins line, and corner to Scott; drew it out and presented the money to agination, but what matters it if the git 'long ter be buried 'thout a funeral might be raised and that , big black cock till its feathers brushed 1 Z on the front of the wrapper, government would appreciate his head. The black cock the solid earth during the darkness of i ts owner. patient Is cured? Perhaps, again, there better'n I kin bemean myse'f hav'n one had been hence with Scott's line S. 20 43 W. ia. i nothing else is the same, and night, and philosophers taught the "Keep the whole outfit-,- said the man. is a law hidden somewhere in the pile when I ain't gotnothin' fitten to w'ar.' the advantages of such a bargain. But killed and had nearly hit him in falling. 1)10 feet to a point in the center of the S0LD m River Mine about the stars that rose and set. "Boy, you're a peach. We live and of apparent impossibilities one which ii thrg so good. "And Jim was buried with no one would Rome be the best purchase the The Badminton volume on shooting Kentucky of saidTurnpike; thence with he center road S. 07 3! E 1G2Q I pope These are'but samples of many a theory learn," and he boaided a train, his fac.2 will some time be discovered for our present except his could make with the money? tells how the late Charles Leslie was mother, his sister Chicago would RICHMOND. that might be named with regard to wroa tlied in smiles. The face of the boy benefit We never smile with increduli- nnd me." take him vastly cheaper knocked out at the battery by n grouse teet to the beginning, containing acres. COLUMN. PROFESSIONAL give him port privileges on Lake he had shot. A strong the phenomenon of sunrise and sunset. was similarly decorated. and ty at anything in these wonder-workin- g BY ig well watered and fenced, hat probably Hie farm OLD-TIM- E Michigan, but she could not engage to saved him from serious days. SOUTHERN SPORT. vith a good dwelling house containing injury. makehim monarch of an American townTEACHERS IN CAMBODIA. THEY SPlft .BY- - HAND. American hunters have. had similar leven rooms and cellar, and all necessary ATTORNEYS.'ils-rT-SHELL CRABS. Members of riuntlng Clubs on Whom Big ship nt any price. But there is Con- - experience. A man was riding along utbiiildings. Two good turnpikes lead A Spiritual Ilond Between Them and rytinos uro Imposed Itlock Islanders Still Send istantinople. an excellent city, where in a. wagon some time ago, according co the place. a ? . jj.-. tt, tn Tin TrnntAl K TKn-- k ...lrir AmoiJth jrr-isrTheir Pupils. Their Wool Into Connecticut. Said sale will be made on a credit of before, full of ready- - to 2sm-es- t :uioncy cefui!eJi0P',n-r-UvjeWho Knt Them. hnrrfir. el,,., o All children who presentthem selves at and Stream, wbensonietbine The hum of the spinning wheel issti'.l ix, twelve and eighteen months, and d "There is no danger in eating where, savs the Atlnnfnonff,.,TTr made ch"ches built by ChrishJtfs nd iiv nun uu un.-ui-.iu the eat for study arc received. It is a familiar sound in Block Island, al wjui enougn iu.v 'he purchaser will be required to execute tet, c!iiiiins built Hid . rr,o crabs," observed an epicure, "it Tn Camden fnnntv nno nt .. nearly ripe now for reconsecration. j to make him dizzy. An not ever required that their parenta quaint and interesting resort in sumAttokney-at-LaJ w... w. ,l. UJU14 ,(, brick 'work rf npmllr. seems liable to corao j partridge flying through the woods had .Kinds with security to be approved by . .i bring them or send them, says l'opular mer and a miniature world in winter, they are fresh, but they are poison if mn,, nf nlMKU.,0 : he underftjned, bearing interest from JOE ROXAX. Jnto the market any day. If the pope hit him fair. Why the bird did Lit IIMOXD, - - KENTUCKY. Science notturn the dateof sale t,slx per cenL per .Monthly. The newaomer in which the habit.s and customs arc they are not. They should be well sea- built at Be,ir TlnmnM, nmi could buy It of the sultan that would bo aside is as much a mystery as the 1 'i. e oer Taylor's Hardware store, op-- j. chooses his professor, and, if accepted, and alien will be retained on said fact those of l."0 years ago. The island is 15 soned, and an extra lot of pepper put t.li J5lirAT,vicinr t? Clan XV,n Cln.! Wrth sur.lbjn& " and "Jorth that partridges sometimes fly against land to secure the payment of the pur.site Court House, on Main Street. begins at once to study under his direc- miles off ihe Rhodu Island shore and on them as a precaution, especially if was there that the Camden County ' chase monev. house sides and are killed In so doing. tion, installs himself in his cell or in almost directly south of stormy Point the weather is very hot when they are Hunting club organized in 1832, held its I tUrnln8r a paff f b,story ' reCOrd eaten, or if they are eaten shortly be- meetings, made its rules and imposed II. K IIOLiU, the school hall, and becomes hib servant. Judith, says the New York Herald. SCIENTIFIC REASON GIVEN. WM R Cost or a Cardinal's lint. If the professor has already too many The heads of 30 Block Island families fore one retires. It is the habitof many its fines. ,4 TTORXEY A T LA . crabs at pupils, he refuses the new pu- set sail in fishing boats the other day persons to eat The charter members of the club Tf hy tho Eyes of a Painted Portrait FolThe red hat of a cardinal costs him SU)LD FASHIONED MILL STONE more mency than kings pay for any exKentucky. pil and advises him to choose another and pushed up tire Thames river to Oak-dal- e, night time. I do not know but that they were Charles R. Floyd, Richard Floyd, low tho Observer. Hi. K teacher; sometimes he guides his choice, where they left heaps of wool to taste better then. It is somewhat dan- Henry Floyd John Floyd, Ben nopkirs, Wollaston's curious discovery was cept .their very best crowns. Before PROCESS. directing him to a master who has few l.e carded into rolls for hand spinning. gerous to many to drink milk after eat- J. H. Dilworth, James Holzendorf, John that by adding to each pair of eyes a accepting It the grateful prelate must . FREE EDUCATION. i ifliee N. 13 First St. up Mairs. 0 ing crabs. Milk seems to develop the nolzendorf, Alexander nclzendorf, P. nose directed to the right or the left, make offerings to the the propaganda or no pupils, or takes him to the su The rolls will be spun and knitted into I have Boated a steam corn meal An education at Harvard, Yale, M. Nightingale, William Berrie and the eyes lose their front direction, nnd and to his titular church at Rome, and ! mill at Corner of Orange and perior w ho w ill select a teacher for him. blockings and mittens for the protec- colic that follows eating OkANT 11 LILLY, or any other college or institution Orchard streets, iifur the old burnt Henrv du Bignon Several members look to the right or left, according to pay fees to a long list of officials, rangThe choice of a professor is always a tion, of the hardy islander? against the crabs with some persons. of learning in the United States, mill, in Richmond. I ustnm grind"Another thing that should be re- joined afterward. The club dress was the direction of the nose. By means of ing from chamberlains at the Vatican A TTORXE Y-grave affair, because it is held in Cam- bleak winter winds of the Atlantic. W, or in the New England Conservaing done. Meal. Bran,Ship-st.- n etc., There ar.' times during the winter membered, and thai is that a sharp a scarlet jacket and black pantaloons a flap representing the lower features dow n to the cooks and sw eepers and the bodia, as in all Buddhist and Brahmatic tory of Music, can secured by on hand. Kentucky. countries, that professor and pupil arc when the wind sweeps across the tree- thunderstorm will kill , IiiiiiMoMi, and a fine of 500 copper caps was im- in a different position, as I)t. Wollaston soldiers of the Swiss guards. Indeed, K any 3'oung man or be woman who is d crabs, and even the crabs posed on Alexnder Holzendorf at ono remarks, "a lost look of devout abstrac- the new cardinal has to pay fees at every bound by strong ties of spiritual af- less land at a velocity of SI miles an, in earnest. Write for particulars crab meeting for not having on the regula- tion in an uplifted countenance of in- step from the moment of his urea Hon V oniiklv. oflleeS. V. corner Main and .Second finity, and that the pupil ought to re- hour, and women take their lives in at times. Unless the JAMES D. BALL. Vill practice in all spect Ids master as he does his up btairs. cooked the thunder36Bromfield St., Boston, Moss. fahcr their ltands when they venture out of had beenthink the before plan would be tion dress. No member was to be ab- quisitive archness in the leer of a to the occasion of his receiving the led and adjoining and mother. The law inflicts the ;ame doors. The isolation of the island is storm, I the eourto of Madii-osafer sent from the meetings unless by good younger face turned downward and ob- hat in public consistory, and vhen all counties and Court of Appeals. to decline to eat it. Cnder all other excuse, and James nolzendorf was liquely toward the opposite side." is over and done finds himself out of penalty upon an offense of the pupil almost complete. John Schofield established the first conditions there Is no danger In partak- fined 1,000 copper caps for one absence. As by changing the direction of the pocket to the extent of 52,500 at least. against his master as an offense by a ing of them, for I do not think anyone After the day's hunt, sometimes with lower features we change the direction If the cardinal is without means to deJ. C. & D. M. CHENAULT, son against his father and mother and woollen mill in Connecticut near Oak-dal"where the carding was done by would be criminal enough to cook a the luck of 10 deer, an elegant dinner of the eyes, says Notes and Queries, so fray the cost of his elevation, and if he it prescribes that in certain cases tho ATTORNEYS AT LAW, dead crab, hard or soft shell. The was served before dispersing. by changing our position, the eye of the is to reside in Rome, the Vatican is ready pupil may be heir of his professor w hen power cards. In J70S the Block IslandK. 0. DIVISION. Kentucky. he has eared for him or bupported him ers began to send w ool to the mill to b? proper way to kill a crab Is to throw Richmond, Mairi The 16th rule read: "Game is con- portrait apparently follows us. 1! a to make him a loan to be repaid in inIn Effect March 1, 1S96. or served him when studying under hist carded into rolls, and generation after him into a kettle of boiling water. I sidered by the club to be deer, bear, vertical line be drawn, through the tip stallments out of his j early allowances. (Opposite Glyndon.) know that some people think this is hogs, cows, bulls, wildcats and turkeys." of the nose and half way Letvveen the Office on Second street, over Chcn- - direction; not only a family bond but generation have kept up the practice. Tho Unknown South. Express for Cincinnati, akv LV. ault's grocery. cona religious bond, too, is established be- Formerly many bags of grain accom- cruel, but It is no more cruel than to Wild cattle and hogs abounded in he ej'es, there will be the same breadth of The international geographical Country Produce Bought and Win- p. m M. Paris, Mavsville, tween them, for the professor makes it panied the wool, and grist and w oollen stnb them with a needle or kill them woods in those days, the latter living head, of cheek, of chin and of neck on gress in London a v ear ago declared that s. chester an J Lexington were kept running day and night, with chloroform, as T have known some to nn old age, which was told by the each side of this middle line, and each Sold. Highest Cash Market his business to teach his pupil the course mills 7.33 the greatest piece of geographical ex6.23 mail. STEPHEN D. PAI1RISII, tusks, sometimes eight to ten inches, iris will bo In the middle of the whole ploration remaining to be undertaken by which he may earn more advanta while the fishermen and farmers en- extra sensitive persons to do." Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-joyed themselves in the quiet ConnectiPrice Paid. long. A TTORXEY A T LA W, eye. If we now move to one side, the is that of the antarctic regions. Since geous- reincarnation and icach the Nirr. m. ville, inch ester and HOW DOGS ARE STUNTED. apparent horizontal breadth of every then a number of small expeditions tovana, and becomes his spiritual guide cut village intil the work was done. Lexington mail. 1.05 2.03 Kentucky. Kiiiiuond, PASSING OF THE FAKE AUCTION.' part of the head and face will be di- ward the south pole have been planned, Methods Kmploj ed in tho Manufacture of Livingston, London, Jel- IN OUR POCKETS. Toy Terriers. HERE'S A COOL HOUSE. 12 55 One Kind of Iluslncss That Is Happily am, minished, but the parts on each side of but little has yet been accomplish"d, 1.10 lico, Pineville. Caveats. Trade, MarLs, VYo May Soou He Able to Carry Gallons the middle line will be diminished equal- and Dr. Mill reminds English readers Permanently Suspended. There is an era of tiny dogs in EngFast line for Livingston, A. M. A Ocnnan Inventor ConeclTCS a Scheme IMj:ns, Kto. of Cotfce. lish society. The more diminutive a Where has the jewelry auctioneer ly, and at any position, however obliqve, in Nature that, although 55 years have 11.43 Ixmdon.Jellico.Knoxville 319 to Xvrp You Comfortable in buinim r. Iieport as to patentability of invnntiun In the forward march of science, na- parcel of canine flesh that you can pos- gone? Up to three years ago there there will be the same breadth of face elapsed since Capt. Ross discovered the A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, r. m. I roe of t'h.ire. Unsurpassed of the water tubes is the The houe volcanoes which he named 11.43 :ji!) Pans, incliester. Moderate ternjj. JSefore applying for a icmarkable building freak of a German ture's methodsarcbeingelosely imitated sess the more are joun swell, says the were at least a dozen places on the on each side of the middle line, and the two giant in the laboratories of the synthetical Toledo Blade. But, alas! How many South side where a gaudy display of iris will be in the center of the v. hole Mounts Erebus and Terror, they have P M. Rowland. Lancaster and A. 31 40- pite it, rite me. inventor, who claims that he has solvct" chemist vv ho has already been able to feminine readers who delight in 10:10 1.25 Stanford. the watches, diamonds and revolvers in of the eyeball, so that, beirjr on a flat never again been seen, and no importhe problem of a constant temperatun. make an artificial quinine which con- miniature ioggics know 'tow land, that they are the windows called attention to a scarce- - J surface, the iris will be seen in front of tant additional facts have been learned r. At Stanford, Lancaster and P7 M and inci tains most of the therapeutical proper, on artificial product. that may be regulated 10 7.40 about that mysterious part of the ly less loud auctioneer within. He stood the picture or obliquely. dentally secured a structure that com ties of the real article. Two German crlnho There is in London an establishment on'an elevation behind the counter; ho A A TTORXEY--A W, bines the elements of strength, comforl chemists working in Berlin have juf-- devoted entirely to the stunting of tho had "cappers" both inside and outside CHICAGO HORSES AT LUNCHEON and beauty. fcnimals. Tho proprie'tor is an the place, and his sonorous tones were prod deed an artificially prepared cafRir , u'l, - - - - Kenlucltj He first put up a skeleton of hi' feine, the alkaloid to which both tea 8CT M.iivPl'l:r'ftP'WrcTMinEM7'l Vl'KWj of fighting dogs, but he now ringing all the time. He watched the Man's rnlthful Servants Emulate Illra In 3 Taking a Hurried Meal Ucwntown. iitk'ltiiiy.iileb.tiiiil nuiiMb.ras!ag;zEa house, ihe frame for walls and floor George Thorpe, finds more profit in rearing tho lilipu-tia- n stream of passers-b- y on the street and and coffee owe their refreshing stimuEven horses of this city tako 18- ns silicitHl. Coll being of water tubing, connected with lating and analgesic properties. canines, for which lie lias a wide "backed the play" of the cappers, no luncheon,the between downtown. Every business Second Street,of Dillingham Main and a pumping and boiler system in the As may be readily Imagined, says the reputation. He does not claim tolxj the sold all manner of watches, and he albniWiHjr, rear roin knows what this means, the hur-rie-- 1 basement. Around this skeleton, sayr Cincinnati Enquirer, the process by originator of the process, for he says ways "got tlie best of it." PHY2ISZA1TS. Richmond, Ky. Ready to do all kinds bite taken in the short hour about the Xew York Journal, he put up of blacksniithing promptly m the best As a rule, says the Chicago Post, these that all dog men know of the dwarfing which this has beendoneisexceedingly is abannoon every in the ordinary way. The tubes 7 workmanlike manner. povv ers of alcohol, but lie asserts that be salesmen were excellent auctioneers doned long day, when business the deelaborate and costly, but the discoverenough to permit DR. II. R. GIBSON, were within the walls and between the ers arc not'without hope is the only man in London to adopt the and knew all the wiles of their craft. that they floors and ceilings. In the summer Up to two years ago some of them struction of a piece of pie or a sandwich. be able to cheapen it so as principle systematically. Personal. so fair for YJICIA X AXD SURGEON, time this tubing is connected with the to bring it simplify and His method is as follows: The pup were still running, but they gradually Everybody does it,says it is as Chicago is in its new as old medical reference book to any Free the regular water supply, and a steady economics, within the region of practical destined to be stunted is taken from its faded out,' and now there Is not one, ono an the other, Kentucky. KtciiMoMi, person afflicted with any special, diroMc er as has been done with many of refers to form. Chronicle. stream flows through the pipes in the of disease peculiar to their sex. Adcre the preparations which, mother when a few hours old and when with the trifling exception of a Saturthe coal-ta- r leading physicians aBd surgeons of the United to the nag This samo haste applies walls and under the floors, circulating States, Dr. Hathaway Co , 79 Dearborn street Cltfi e in the Joe (c.lin& JiHitdmg-- iS and 20 Sec though now exceedingly cheap, were It begins to whine for sustenance it is day night fling in West Madison street. which pulls the cab or the heavy draft under pressure, absorbing the heat of very expensive C1C30. ff d with a warm" decoction of gin and They must do a good business, selling ono Street, otrer W'nue oil dni&terc. 27. when first produced. borses used as freighters. At the noon tho walls and floors as it flows. DurShould the anticipations of these two water. Deprived of milk, it takes to quantities f material at an excellent hour on any of the downtown streets ing the long and severe winter the tubDR. PUFFER'S ihis readily. When it reaches a certain price. Br there was an end of nil CIIAS. HOOKER, ing is connected with the loiIer. and gentlemen be realized a cup of tea or age alcohol in various forms constitutes things in their line and the jewelry auc- - the observant person can see these ,S TAI T ETERIXARY SURGEOX, 100 degrees forced coffee will resolve itself into a question the animal's sole diet. The faithful beasts with nosebags dependMater heated io a pujis do net ?VM ir vanished. ing from their heads qilie-J- y munchthrough the circuit of pipes. The wa- of minute pellets; one of the alkaloid, die nor do they develop. They soon KETEK FAILS. EWD!SrVEKT. yafa QUART BOTTLES. Graduate Ontario Veterinary Cullege. A nt w, rsiiaLZo stiu! roiez fornp-preeing their oats or corn w iti every eviter at the outlet is found to have de- one of saccharine, and one of a highly cease to grow at all. After a generaexec !e. scanty or painful concentrated milk, which will only mca.uxatM)Q.Jfowaseilr7OTcr00,OM HOW HE GOT HIS ZITHER. JO degrees, the remaining CO dence of satisfaction. 'ennary Dentistry and Elenhty a Specialty creased to tired out. Indie. Invigorates ttifo orjraos- - Ite when you begin to feel nervous tion or twp of mating the much-prize- d C ware of daoffviTMiA loiUiUloo-- Xdm up stairs over Hew York Store, cvirnei degrees having" 'been distributed need to be put into a cup of boiling llliputian canine is obtained. It makes no difference to the horses Dmpr. tZ per box. smntl box ft. &nl A Mlsfourlan Sent Abroad for an Inatrn- ?" you ask. Because o- M 1 and Richmond water to be un efficient substitute for btreets. pealed in plain wrapper. Send 4e in throughout the house. The speed of that the passing throng sees them in f Ftaxntn for irtIculAr. f?rt ment with Fnnny Results. V"r ImomI the real article. years, the- - circulation of water can be regufor the it JrwwrUerniW-frEFKEIiHEOf A musical instrument dealer tells a the act of taking food. They are as Evading tho Rule. (.uiiutt. iu. taia3uuiiu.it callous on this subject as their maslated so as to allow the fixing and mainm. . IT VAS ON A TRAY. One of the regulations at the nevr good story at the expense of a musically-incliit has done for thousands it because Bold by Richmond Drug Co. and VT, tenance of a certain temperature Medicine and Surgery. Congressional library in Washington Is ned and wealthy resident of tha ters, many of whom can be seen sitting Reason Why Johnnlo Conld Not Pat tho sell everyyou. will do ihroiiglKJut the building. G. White. ftVe Colling lSuildint:, MainStreet. that visitors must carry no parcels into little Missouri town of Hermann, says on the wagon or adjacent sidewalk Card Under the Door. with tlnpail open, eagerly destroying - where T ephone nt ieilence (the Carr place) or. Some $i.oo, "The lady who lives at the family hotel Hue building. So says the Post, of that the St. Louis Hr&idway. IS ONLY FIVE CLOCKS LONG. city, and then goes on to relatean amustime ago he wanted a fine zither and the luncheon which the wift packed in WILLIAHS. DAMS, BR0Cr3,& CO., Detroit, nich. on the North side was dressing for dinWEAK EVIEM PADE VIGOROUS, Kentucky nwiyin-.itfIin iimovd, --- --ing occurrence: A rather tall, searched the local market for one that the morning. It is all in a lifetime, and Trolley I.lne In Chlcujjo Which Operate ner. She was not expecting company the Chicago horse has learred that he Ak for Llverettci for Constipation and Sick Headache. young woman arrived atth would suit him. The time he spent was lint One Car. just at that moment and was somewhat must eat when he can, and not be too IkpWsPiim; friiK DR. O. A. KENNEDY, To tho average Chicagoan a trolley startling to the eye. But no eye was door of the library, having in her hand of sufficient value to pay for an or- particular about it. Hence he lays hts KPi CTAil7i' 33E 7i K 7JK SuZMiUMZ HgDft13HXMl3flii:k Zj idMiai-3 mk a neat brow n paper package. "Xo bundinary instrument, and yet he did not line unconsciously suggests great dis- there save hers. Suddenly she was ears back and munches away with PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEOX, tances. Ilis city is so big. It will sur- roused-- from a contemplation of her dles are alowed inside the building," succeed in getting anything that quite placid joy. y said the attendant. "You must leave it satisfied him. Confident that thercwas Kentucky. prise many, therefore, to learn that a charms in the mirror by a knock. IlifHMOND, intUY. i tKt. you come out." The young nothing in this country that would anhere till "Some one is rapping again," she mutline actually in operation in the busimat PHFFSB'S HERV189R DM! Queen's Domestic Correspondence. Office id Smith Building, No. 204 Main Street, n; ness district, the rolling stock of which tered. "Everybody in this hotel seems woman objected. The man said it wa3 swer, he wrote to European dealers, One pleasing feature of the queen's It ana powerfully and quietly. Ca.e; TThen a t stairs Office hours 12 to 1 ana 4 to 5 o'clock. the rule. The young woman said it wa" and finally ordered one that he thought thers tall. Yonn men retrain lost manhood, c a to have a hammer out." runs a trifle less than five blocks. busy life Is the keeping up with her nen recover youthful visor. JLbsoIutclvtioar-tntce- d to Cure ArTou,neu, l,oftt VltuKI;. Then in a clear, bird-lik- e voice she absurd. The man was firm. He must would go ahead of anything ever seen own hand of a correspondercewith all This line, says the Chronicle, operates Impotency, 1chtlyniIsfttons, rtlnsvcr.e. DR. JOHN M. POSTER, obey orders. The young woman, hesiin this section. -apx. Falllnir on Clark street and simply runs from called: Ither ami all efects Mcmoi , VVanCnir lits-;aher children and grandchildren, betated; then she tmdid the parcel, hung of stlf abaie or exeunt end His friends were nil posted and awaitKentucky Washington to Illinois street. Its roll"Who is it?" Richmond, ndifcrttion. Wards on Insanity and consump'li; w several pairs of black hose ovrrhcr arm. ed the arrival of the instrument in sides many other relatives nnd dear Oon'tlctdrnfrglst lmpocaworthl"sa8i!stitme ing stock consists of one car, and its "It's Johnnie," said a voice. friends, such as, in the hitter case. Correct Shapes ronherauoitjlelCsaBrraternroflt. Icsissonfca-m- ; Latest Styles d PEEFEB'S NUVIGaB, or send to. -, c Johnnie was the boy with handed the man the paper, and said: anxious expectancy. It came a few operatives include one conductor and Eugenie. This correspondpiam irrin De carnea in vesi poexcu Telephone at office and residence. v one motorman. It is run for the the painstaking head who brought up "There, you may keep that until I days ago, and the package was carefulor. SU per box, or O lor .";. with A I"!t" she' is, come out." ly opened in the presence of lialf a dozen ence is particularly large w.hen Written OnaranlM to Cure orKeiuml 1 water and things. special benefit of South Water street ice Vtonry. Pamphlet free. Sold by dnuzlsts. A.K W. EVANS, M. D., admiring friends. The zither was j as at present, in retirement in her HighrEFFEXt. iLEJJIOAi. AS3', CUlcupo, II "What is it. Johnnie?" asked the lady merchants who live on the north side, Artistic Effects Best Materials Old Shoes for Doormats. beauty, there was nc mistaking that, land home. Terhaps the rao3t interestbut is safe to say not one of these men fair. A use has been found for old shoes, a Kj?IBbVBg? ou bv Richmond Drag Oo. nI W. but on a closer examination there was ing letter her majesty ever tenned was "I have a card," replied the page. in a thousand know that such is the derelict product that has heretofore de- - the maker's stamp to the prince that indelibly placed on many written ago announcing of Wales PHYSICIAN AND SuitGEON, "Put it under the door," said the fled the efforts of that class of claimants case. As for the general public not cne years his emanMost Comfortable Reasonable Prices JmZSSmSMik person in the thousand, know of its ex- charming guest. who view with despair the absolute loss the frame, ami it read: "Washington, cipation from parental authority and - Kektucky Richmond. can't," said Johnnie; "it's on a of anything, says the New York Jour- Mo.. U. S. A.," a neighboring town of control, when, after waining him "I istence. Incidentally, loo, the line is ' ' tray." operated to retain the franchise. nal. The leather Is cut into little disks Hermann. The gentleman might have against flatterers, she stated that she And the elevator fell to the basement of various shapes. These are set on saved $30, in addition to the express would never intrude any advice upon "Wo give transfers to the cable 'ine DR. T. JTAYLOR, going north," said the conductor when with a great crash. edge and held together with long wire and import charges, and have avoided him, although she would ever be ready FEATHERBONE CORSET CO. PJTVvL TvT Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, asked for information, "bnt we4 don't staples, and the result is an odd looking all the waiting which he had to en- to give It whenever he should think fit fct- fo. 24 Time Honey In Butter. m,Mmfcwwm sole Mi.. dure. But he would never have been Kentucky transfer to any other cars." to seelr it. Richmond Parisian restaurant keepers mix a lit- -' but flexible and serviceable door mat, satisfied. passengers each "Have you many tie honey with their butter. This gives which seems to do the work excellentTlio Sexes tn Uurnian. The zither is an expensive instrument Office and residence on Third. Street. day?" ly of the wire and steel mats that arc it- - an agreeable taste and flavor and The new woman should taie hex way and difficult to manufacture, being very "Yes; we're crowded," he said, w ith a tnahes the inferior butter more paJat-ibl- e. In such general use In outer halls. The to Burmah. There, traveler say. Is the leather scrap mat is very cheap, and will delicate and requiring the best of ma- only place oc earth where true equality laugh. ".Sometimes I get one then D5NTAL STJEGBaY. terial and most skillful, of workmen, ngainanotber." last a long time. but dealers say it is a fact that the man- between the sexes exists. In spite of ufacturers of this country make the this, H. is claimed, no "women are more Gambling In India. Buxmeie women, DR. A. WILKES SMITH, Amongst tho Hindoos throughout best ones placed on the market. There womanly than the Look lor aiore Trafc Mark oa Es4 to sea Mffion.,.'fZI II j9 .. S 8 the whole of India there is a holiday are but three factories in this country, whose good sense enables them SURGEON, DENTAL one in this state and two in the east. the line where they ought 'o stop. In celebration in honor of Lakshmi, the Kentucky Richmond, woman, has propgoddess of wealth and good fortune, Their instruments are largely sold In the higher classes a (i 5 2i gambling is universally re- Europe, some of them without being erty of her own and managejt It herself. whereon classes she ahvays has a Owe Smith building. Main Street. Office garded as a religious duty. It is known branded, and then sent back to this In the lower her busincssJin herown hours, 9:00 to la M. ; 1:00 to 4 V. M. trade and runs . 1"Practice limited to dentistry. ns the festival of lamps, and on.that day country at prices 100 per cent, above and Fane; Groceries. the, sexes ctoose their " 28 Styles. nerchants cheerfully all classes indulge in games of chance what they should be. The ocean trip3 responsibility, and is cuinous to sec - X0.3. MBwiJsiMllfsr No.. No. a. t.xo.10 it may improve them, but the Hermann own operations, w ith shells, coins, cards, dice, etc., and WESTBOUND Ex San Ex San Ex San Ex Sua flSHflLSlr Country Produce especially wauted. the men sometimes sewing cr embroidJ.K. VTES. J C MOKGAM. I refund the money the future of the individual, whether gentleman cannot, see just where it ering, while the women havjj nearly ali tedium, WmjmB Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town. good or bad, is looked upon as a forecast MORGANA YATES, tlie retail trade of the Islatil on their Canned Goods. of his wealth or poverty during the enI j j after 4 weeks'" trial if BngpTT DENTISTS- ,ZZZ hands. Long and Suicide la Hereditary. Salt by the Barrel. suing j'car. The women take a most inw Kentucky. RlCIIMOND, herediAn extraordinary instance of Cigars. Tobacco and Mourning for Chinese ptaler. tense Interest in the proceedings and, if tary tendency io suicide was told by Richajood ! 6 05 not satisfactory. saT 33a 34o fortunate, expend their winnings in When a Chinese enperor vies the InCandies and Cakes. Miiiicn 6 m Snort Lengths. JRyPfJ IBiiflBHt Sy io Prof. Brouardcl in Paris lately. A telligence Is announced byj dispatches Office Main Stret, oret Madison National " "VaHey View sweet-mea- ts 34 fruits, mft&Jo 313 and the purchase of sSJ Green Groceries CSTCome andsee me..'... Bank. SichoUsriKe 6 5S farmer near Etampes hanged himself to 53 33a ySsiiL s, as gifts to all their friends nndTcla-tion- without apparent-cause-, the .several provinces,;vv,jitten with leaving a famtoys for the small children and ily of purple ink, the mourning co or. All perSt- sons and .four daughters. a.m. " t SOLD AND .RECOMMENDED BY fireworks for the boys. At Benares, Ten ofeeveij eleven subsequently fol- sons of rank are required p takexed the. their sacred clfy as night approaches, lowed the fn'ther's'exnmplebtnot un- siile qrnaments from their; Raps, with small earthen Jampsfed with oil, "are til they had married' and.begotten ohflV ihe ball or button of .rank; (If subjects subscribe-fo- r kindled, makijig the' outlines ofevery dren. all of whom .likewise.' hangecf 'of China, without exceptloi iare cnlkcl mansion, palace, temple and minaret themsslvcs. The cnlysurvlvfjr is a son; jtipon if forbear shaving the r heads ior flRY CHMOHD. l..llrT.u. II (itln'tfAi mrainu xxii earciju ijuc,jjca rtta oirNn :iUU.anys,vviimn vvuigu jicnwi nunc T,V 1; , Vo can fix how i LegTige. it wMtfrfigPi m m .m arm :m - . tit a in, n--i i; sVthat theWholescityrifi who is otYGS yearso.ag?,-antl;luu-r bib.bhb m KarrjV-playuno-awluaiJijitrBnieBts -h W; UUlMKEL?-:r&'KKHT!rtci-rtAN :. KY , TTrwnr . . wuui""" l lllSJlUJllVMBf. ih TT-for.ST anysfwrrowv " tofJithL- ,W. J tC""? HSljrl s I PHENOMENON. Dally .Iriirnr-- oj the Suu ' I'mzloJ the Aurlcutb Many i:rri:u-nThcuric. Strange as. it may .seem in this day and age, the rising- and Mating of the sun vv.is the greatest of natural phenomena to the ancient scholars. They were greatly puzzled to know how the same Ftin which plunged into the ocean at a fabulous distance in the vvestcould reappear the next morning at an equal ly fr"eot distance in the c.im I,ir 'onc--- t out, a "". ," HE VMS A SMART BOY. Managed to Recover a Dropped Quarter from a Difficult Spot, lie Jiad deposited his ticket in the Ikjon the downtown station, of tho Tho s CUSTOM. Woman In a Wild Highest of all in iLeavening Power. 't Report ,!...: A.,w ABUHrJEE.W P&&E Baking LAND! J252) jruwucr 1 rs PUBLIC SALE or- faith ft i, men- oB WANTED travel for responsible ed ECONOMIST RANGE. 1 j.u.um..j n O1 el I. King-Humbert'- s -- v4P' 19-2- 2. L . .1 TPfll-l-- Krt -- iu cm! mm 1 ql fiORl MEAL soft-shelle- J -- unv.-ounde- d i,t i,u, T . an-ni- m ?L LAfr soft-shell- ed BVTHE niin, 31-3- -- soft-shell- A T-L- A soft-shelle- ld hard-shelle- soft-shelle- d S J. W. Rymel." StrJt, n e, L. & JN..K. R. J.H.NEFF&C0. & - nts, GREEN CLAYT-L- 3! t ex A ... v-'- quart of prevention is worth gallons The flk! "4 of cure 8-- It saying just true the taking c 4eti-ca- te i Jcf?nst5ns arsaparilla t.1: IfOYS d. a jasper, d: Globe-Democr- at or "Why take Johnston's thirty test has stood what Quart bottles for for ii and V b-- broad-Khouldere- d ... Sold by D. Z. and T. B. TAYLOR. lJji-feX- Featherbone Corsets and Waists. fliafipf wmm mr Ead-face- r SIHf n ... ' Ri JSyf '&& ... Table In ... MHifuR. - 'WJfk igjiy lyp lysxjif ib (j lvk '"' ''" . IBbHiL' JSSfc TIT r.. j. TIT ! .JfiBg l jE jfl 3H 4HB NOW'S THE TIME to E. R.' Rowland Jniu llHLV lUfWy A ' ilSni ( iflKEnni ?fSe9SBrt '"'U- TEE CLIMAX, a red hot lilt 91 . . Democratic THP eh nilMAY mtm SI 25 IN -- A. n RfinnS'f JUfci, ,.R .. .. a T.s.r i;f L s & 3T "5 .w, &H''?2'l ad s5 53ssn& t'-- .3H . m ufl .. . appyr"-- -- wrsr,,'iuiBS'iraRK3B' -J -- St - - .. " C k SkSSSPP'1 W- if $ -- -r ' 2- - ; w rV; ,4 in.-'- .V V . s -' .. .' ; r 1 4) .jC-r ' & . V - i -- ""J" i J" . M " Jfcir V;l1it'1 CI :. '' X Jf.,lh ri'' .J '. j il. S" j II IT! - 'i:jrr - r 'O.lll-- .tlt.il w ..KciT V Jt ' JCi "S - ''u.''" , !" str -- "? 5i,J --a' t rft "iiFJ Ilia ,'&&$ r5;' t H S t-- - MK11 ; r - Hr ;zs cg- - THE CLIMAX. fOBUSHEU JSVCET VTEONESOAT BT The Climax Printing PRICE Go. Hard To Nome The . Mil Winner. Dffl8ial!Y6telif-i1radiispPresident, 1892. n County, a 18916; LAUC?HTER'A GRE&X Keeps the Spkite Bwywsl, J'."3tf A MIXED M'ARRIAGSr CEREMONY; rub LITERARY NOTE Mawt 14 Compared With the Vote for Txesidentm 1892 and Governor in 1895. more we should all be happier and healthier." wriics Judge'. Edward W. Bok in the October Ladii' Home Journal. W hi p B c ''True, we are busy and a very prac02 o P n P Precincts. O a CL tical people. And most of us probably o 3 CL Ui S JV 3. p n C O find more in this life to bring the frotm 3 w 3 a O than thesmile. But, nevertheless, it is O n U 3 w w W a pity that we do not bring ourselves to B 3 n a O the laugh if need be. For we all agre n 3 that a good laugh is the btst medicine H 3 L in the world. Physicians have paid that no other feeling works so much 9 16 150 161 149 154 H4 Court House.., 123 175 16p 148 good to the entire human body as that 229 89 iU I 1 257 90 25" 89 88 94 173 City Hall of merriment. As a digestive, it is un 74 203 118 178 12 120 17$ 134 182 206 76 University excelled; as a means of expanding the 107 98 123 100 121 97 121 87 106 91 Chenault luncs, there is nothing better. It is the 150 171 153 210 23 153 204 152 206 185 LT2 White Hall best of all tonics to the spirits It is, too, 2 103 228 96 2S0 9'6 280 206 96 280 90 McCreary the most enjoyable of all sensations. A 63 89 64 114 64 114 98 65 Tipton 64 114 good laugh makes us better friends with 7 185 146 15i5 147 175 147 185 147 ourselves and everybody around us, ana 157 140 Waco puts us into closer touch with what is 92 131 78 134 2 89 131 88 131 132 73 Kavanaugh..., best and brightest in our lot in life. It is 186 147 214 178 Kingston 208 167 208 361 148 164 to be regretted, then, that such a potent 218 115 219 114 118 150 Bearwallow ... 181 110 217 115 agency for our personal good is not more 130 50 132 78 87 118 Duncannon..... 125 75 130 80 often used. It costs nothing. All othci 212 184 76 212 78 78 212 78 92 168 Blue Lick medicines are more or less expensive. 230 68 268 86 265 86 268 86 83 178 Berea 'Why," 6aid an old doctor not long ago, 125 141 125 143 124 144 132 139 157 88 Burnam 'if people fully realize what it meant to 142 157 142 161 126 131 141 159 146 139 Tevis tlieniMilves to laugh, and laughed as they 73 96 74 98 68 65 71 101 98 60 Crutcher should, ninety per cent, of the doctor 152 152 44 154 55 55 151 56 45 130 Poosey would have to no out of business." Prol-abl- y 133 141 133 141 116 133, 140 when we get a little less busy we 126 101 Newby 137 170 135 172 shall laugh more. For, after all, the dif133 75 Biggerstaff..... 210 124 136 172 ference between gloom and laughter ;s but a step. And if more of us imply 2720 2430 3043 2689 60 3044 2590 3070 2682 Total. 2565 2305 took a step aside oftenerthan we do, and IVfaj.... 290 368 454 354 260 By rest more, we would laugh more. laughing, I do not mean the silly giggle where two lives might be made into one, EXPORT TBADE IN MEATS. indulged in by some women and so lnt-n- y They were accompanied by Charlev Swapped Eis Fortius For girls. There is no outward mark The export movement of cattle Tribble and Miss Florence Willoughby, which demonstrates the woman of shalof College Hill. The happy pair passed and hog products from this country through this place Saturday en route And Claims He Was Bunkoed is showing in nearly all cases a large low mind eo unmistakably as that cf for the home of the groom. May joy increase in volume over last year. giggling. There is no sense in the giggle; Ont of S200.000--- A PecuOf fresh beef we exported during the no benefit derived from it. It rankes a and happinees attend their every dav fool of the person herself, and renders liar Deal. life. first seven months of this year Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Durham, of lbs, an increase of 53,000,000 every one about her uncomfortable. But lbs, over last year. The quantity just as the giggle is theoutcomt: of a small Jackson county, visited their son, Mat Columbus, Ohio, October 81. place, the past John Montgomery, Jr.,.a well-know- n forwarded in July was 25, 434,000 lbs, mind, the hearty laugh is the reflection thew Durham, of this w eek. citizen of this city, instituted a suit or almost double that of July, 1893. of a healthful nature. What we want it " ,rr"in which he claims he has In the seven months we exported more good liiughe.w Quarterly conference was held at this to-d-niorc piglers." 33,400,000 lbs. of canned 40,328 place the the second Saturday and Sun been made the victim of one of the or cured VJ- - 40,000, most elaborate bunkOj.games day in this mouth. THE WORK OF THE BEEP Governor. 1895. President, 1896 Congress. Appellate "I presume if we laugh PER YEAR, -- IN ADVANCE, " fl.50. $1.25 WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 4 1890. Asvx&Txsxira O H bates. 3 5 H sr o SPACE. , 2 "" S "" O 3 w E 0 n : Chairman Jones Claims The Election of Mr. Bryan. Silver Congressmen Elected Throughout the United States. BRECKINRIDGE DEFEATED. a a 2 C : 2 ? ' -- ! I Inch 3 Inches-- , : i Inches. 4 Inches. 3 Inches. Ji CoI iCol 1C0I tloofxsoS35$450$7O0ioo 7 00 11 00 17 50 jo i yj 50 3 00 3 50 4 00 350 flo! co 00 17 75 34 50 50 00 80 00 1000 1500 at 30 --4 Q" 6000I10000 S for6rstln-sertk- 350 400 600 9001300370040006000 u 500 600 9001800270c 5 00 10 00 6 00 i on 7 jo 15 00 3 15 15 00 19 co aE 75 $ 00 34 50 4000 There are Yet Hopes For a Democratic Victory. VReadins notices 10 cents a line 5 cents a line for each additional insertion Obituaries, resolutions of repeet and simitar matter at half rates. No specified position. CANDIDATES kentuokT'safe. THE OLD SEVENTH DISTRICT DID 1IEH ' ANNOUNCEMENT. DUTY. FOS JAILER. Jailer of Madison county, 6ubject to the action of the Democratic party. of Madison Jame3 A. T. C. Lacfcfcy is a candidate for Settle carries the Seventh District over Breckinridge by a majority of THE FIFTH APPELATE COCITI DISTniCT. county, subject action of the Domocratic party. FOR Jailer Fish is a candidate forto INSTRUCTION. the outside of Owen and Scott counties, a over of 2.S95 for Burnani Pryor. Owen and Scott counties pave 2,304 for Settle. Taking these figures as a basis, Burnain's majority is something over 500. Burnam claims district by 1,000 to majority 1,500. THE EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Official and semi-ofikii- tl reports elioir, l'Jl SL'IT. PUBLIC didate for Superintendent Public struction for Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR Mrs. John "Wiiojamson is a canIn- hi, SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS. OF PURLIC of the Democratic party. The Eighth Congressional district claimed for Davidson by the Republicans Superintendent of Tublic Schools of Madison county, subject to the action by 1,500 majority. J. W. Wagers is a candidate for 162,-000,0- 00 THIRD DICTRICT. J. D. Clardy, 6iler Democrat, will win, and it is supposed that silver has S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is a candidate for Clerk of the Madison carried in the third and second districts. Circuit Court, subject to the action There has been Democratic gains in the of the Democratic party. Western portion of the State. FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. KENTUCKY IN DOUBT. -- ay be; aaat FOR SHERIFF. H. Colyer is a candidate for Shorill of Madison county, subject ocrats and Republicans. Itepublicans to the action of the Democratic claim it by a small majority, while the party. Democrats, accoiding to last reports, IT. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. The State is claimed by both Dem- have a mair1 ity in ;the State of 8,000 tD for Assessor of Madison county, sub ject to the action of the T"f,.,r ,,, in,uiuu;v. James C. Miller in a candidate 12000' Las been no bulletins since 3 00 The last bulletin's were from the States conceded to McKinlcy. Up until 12.00 ni. no news from any of the States conceded to Bryan have been heard from. a. in. SONES SAVS KEI'l'llLICAMs ilie party. rJn cr fUlllS WINS. AHERAclI SWS C licjgo I::VX I & c a . i: t m. Ifer ri w- - IS? ', k. m-w- jf - at midnight, Ciuiiriii m Jo:ics give out the follow irgslatemint: Tiiere is no foundation for the tl.iims nf the Republicans. There is a this time (midnight) no reason to think that ny ed beef monopoly. one of the States claimed by me for Mr. For ten years under free trade in hides American consumers got shoes Bryan has failed to ole for him. of home make as good and almost if While misleading repot ts aie being not quite ns cheap as they could sent out in all directions,, private adhave been made anywhere in the Hnrah For Old Union. vices assure us that each one of these world. In the last few years, howDemocratic majority 23S. ever, the Dressed Beef Trust has not States has gone for Mr. Bryan. For two Foxtown Democratic. only controlled tho American meat hours the most extravagant claims as to supply, but controlling the home Kirksville Democratic. Kentucky and Indiana have been product of hides, it is able to domiElit.ton Democratic. all over the country, while nate the market in spite of foreign The other precincts go Republican within the labt few minutes our comcompetition. TO HOOD AND AMYX. ivith the rest of the county Hell Bent! mittee assures uh that both are 6afe for last week from Rockcastle county, where Ten years ago this would not have they visited with relatives of the latter. Before the exchange was completed been thought possible, but ten years us. Mr. Bryan Ls certainly elected. ago the people of this country did Capt. El George has gone to Paducah Montgomery visited Kentucky with Consul General Fitzitooii Lee DEI.EWARE. not think it possible that three or sailed from Havana for the United to atsist in electing Bryan. Smith and was shown what was Probably elects McKinley electors, a four men In Chicago would be able State Sunday. known as the Duval tract of 40,000 Democratic Governor and Congressman. to organize a conspiracy with a BEREA. acres of land. It was represented hundred millions capital and take The race between Bryan and McBerea has just passed through a week to him, he says, that the 20,000 acres 0!!Hli!!SB3!K absolute control of the cattle trade was a part of the tract. Tho deeds Kinley overshadows all the horse of political excitement. of the United States. racing in the land. Rev. Peter Roberlwin, of Mohawk Mis- were finally exchanged April 2 last, .CORRESPONDENCE..! sion We have learned a good deal in at Cincinnati, and Apperson and Church, Cincinnati, visited Berea the last ten years. Perhaps in the College last Tuesday, the 27th, and spoke Amyx took possession of MontgomThe predictions of the political next ten we shall learn enough to parties are knocked .sky high. Many in Berea Church House on the political ery's property here and in West 10,000,000 lbs. of bacon, 14,800.000 lbs. Virginia. Montgomery alleges that of pork and 8,400,000 lbs. of lard. The find away of enforcing the conspirDelayed. who claimed to be wise yostcrday, issue of the day. His concise and witty acy laws and fair PANOLA. hang their heads presentation of the bubject was received he has now discovered that neither value of our total exports (including trade throughout the country. N. Y. Smith, Bood, Apperson, nor Ainyx dairy products) fell from $78,000,000 Mrs Abijah Cox is quite sick with with bursts of heartiest applause. ever had a title to tho land in Ken in 1895 to $76,4O0;000, but since prices AVbrld. fever. Thursday evening Prof. L. V. Dodge, tucky, The gold yield of the colony of that the whole deal was a have been lower upon almost all proMrs. Kale Boain is getting along nice- of the College, gave the histor' of the Victoria for the firs-- t PAPER HORSESHOES. swindle; that they never expected ducts the difference does not repreof .the present year amounts to currency of the world, from the dawn of to be able to give 5 ly with a new addition to the family. him a title to the sent a balance against us as the volounces, an increase of 31,000 A daughter of Jas. Evans. Mies Nan- the trading instinct up to and including abstract certified to by Hogg, the ume of A peculiar invention purporting to trade has been immensely ounces over the samo period of 1895. nie, is quite sick at J. M. Covington's the momentus conditions of the present supposed attorney, is simply have been brought forward some time a "fake1 larger, as the above figures show. complex monetary situation. His lecthought to be dangerously so. since in Berlin seems to have proved a document to deceive him. Nothing Live Stock Beport. is said that there will bo pracreality, namely, the manufacture of The Music Convention held at the ture was of great educational value and is known here of tho parties whom tically no opposition to the selection school horse Saturday, was an enjoya- a clear presentation of the issues that Montgomery claims so boldly bunhorseshoes of paper, impregnant with MORALS OF THE BATHTUB. of Charles R. Crisp as successor to ble affair. Prof Adams' classes from now divide the parties. oil or turpcntii e to make it waterproof, koed him. Cincinnati Enquirer. At the close of his address a Brvan his father, the late Charles F. Crisp, x unu jumeu me ciass nere; a Itis very easy to find a direct the process being described as follows: as Congressman from the Third neat program was carried out, consisting meeting was held, Hon. Win. B- - Smith, After being thus saturated it is glued connection between the cleanliness Hallowe'en Party. f songs and speeches. Georgia district. together in thin layers, with a cement A good dinner of Bichmond, Ky., being the orator. A delightful Hallowe'en party was of a people and their moral standard," which does not become brittle when His discussion of the money question was eujoved and everything highly apwrites "Edward W. Bok, editorially, was a forcible aigument in favor of free given by Miss Mary Mathews in dryincr, being a mixture of Venetian turevery four years is to witness a preciated, except a little disturbance by her Sunday School class at of "The Morals of the Bathtub," in pentine, powdered chalk, linseed oil and political convulsion like the present some toughs in the afternoon. They coinage. In clear and attractive terms honor of Glyndon on Saturday the November Ladies' Home Jour- Iaquer; the holes, admitting the nails by campaign, a piopoition to extend will be handed over to the courts at the he presented the currency question, not Hotel nal. 4,Ofallthe external aids to a soaring above his audience, but speak- evening. Fortune tolling and games which the shoe is fastened to the hoof, the term of the Presidential ofllce.'to proper time: of various kinds were indulged in. moral life, none is so potent as tidi- are stamped through the paper when ing in a popaiar and effective style. six years would meet with popular (delayed VH The educational lecture of Prof. Dodge, The principal feature of tho evening ness. An untidy man or woman moist. Thcarticle is then subjected to a approval without a doubt. soon becomes a moral sloven. Let a -and the 6tirini: political meeting which was an elegant course supper. In man YALLAGETON. be careless of his surroundings, very strong pressure under a hydraulic followed, gave us our fill of- the money short the whole affair was a grand press, and, when dry, can be filed and Mr. Thomas Kinnard is building a anybody has lost anything valsuccess, due to the untiring efforts of of his companionships, of his dress, planed to fit the foot snugly. question. his general appearance and of his dwelling house one mile west of uable he should look for it in China Friday evening, at the College, Phi Miss Mathews, who has given many bodily habits, and it is not long beA variation in this maufacture is that before abandoning search, ac Li town, where he will move as soon as he Delta indulged in a shar pdebate, the enjoyable entertainments. Mrs. B. fore the same carelessness of producing horseshoes of paper pulp, extends Hung Chang was discovered to have can get it ready. L. Middleton assisted in the pleasMr. Charles Anderson will move into subject being: "Resolved that the free ures of tho young people, thus ad- into the realm of his morals. We adding chalk, sand, turpentine and linwith him on his arrival at home coinage and unlimited coinage of silver sixty-seve- n are ail creatures of our surroundings, seed oil in such quantities that the matons of baggage, includ- the Kinnard house on Main street. would be disastrous to this country." ding much to the grace of the occa- and we work and act as we feel. ing about 1,300 pieces. If terial is impermeable to moisture. NHiis I N. and W. P. Wells, of Burgin, are W. D. Embree represented the infirma-tiv- sion. As the clock struck twelve a man lives in a home where care- composition is said to possess not only the guests of Joseph Bowin, this place. T. S, Carrell the negative. The all bade Miss Mary good night and or untidiness in his dress is the necessary elasticity and toughness The influx of money from AustraMiss Kiesie Smith has gone to White Judges were overwhelmed with argu- thanked her for one of the most lessness for such a purpose, but it can Teadily be lia this year is phenomenal. It is Station, where she will make her home! ments, and were unable to render a de- pleasant evenings of their lives. overlooked, he very soon goes from pressed in molds and dried afterward, or one inexactitude to another. He very largely due to short crops in the with Mrs. Maggie Cochran. Those present were: Misses Laura cut out of blocks of the mass and placed cision. Lynn, Virginia Betts, Ethel Terrill, quickly loses himself. The moral under strong pressure. But the shoes Southern Hemisphere, hut it will There wa3 the largest crowd here Monday eveniitg, November 2, Berea Van Greenleaf Pearl Wiggins, fibre of a man, fineof itself, can soon made by pasting together paper sheets result in establishing lines of com- Saturday that ever was jn Wallaceton. again throw open its Tliompie Taylor, Bessie Crow, Car- become course if tho influence of his are said to be stronger than those made which will be greatly to There wao to be a Democratic speaking Church House will munication doors in the interest of politics. The lisle Chenault, Kittie Chenault, external surroundings is course. the advantage of the United States but the speaker failed tocome. students of the College societies, Phi Armstrong, Mattie Smith, Rosie believe thoroughly in the effect of a of the compressed material. Tho par in the future. ticular advantage named for Bhoes of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Conn went to Delta and Alpha Zeta will debate on the May Moberley, Mary Shackelford man's dress and habits of a person this description is the preventing of the iy. Green Brier Saturday and returned Sun- currency question, and a keen and spirupon his moral character. I do not OFFENSIVE PARTIANSHIP. and Mary --Gentry. Messrs. PatterMAR- horse slipping on slippery roads. Ex- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO Moss Miller, aged 21, was married at day. ited discussion is promised. son, Chandler, Thompson and Bar say that neatness of appearance and change. Psru, Ind., to Mrs. Alice Anderson, a Buren Byrd moved from S. A Conn's KET. The Y. M. C. A. of Berea College will bee Betts, Tom Black, James Shack- cleanliness of person constitute the widow of 63. A special sent out from this place farm to Cripple Creek Monday. open the week "of prayer Sunday morn- elford, Jr., Boen Zaring, Shelby gentleman or the .man of honor. But 3I0RM03S IN "OUR MIDST." states that A. T. Chenault and Dr. Tanner, the man who became faing at four o'clock, at Howard Hall. Wiggins, Benjamin and Philip Wy-ga- I do say that they are potent helps. DOYLESVILLE. PODUSIIED BY GLOVER A DUEKETT, LOUIS J. J. Brooks, revenue officials under And I would like to emphasize the mous for fasti ng forty days, was burned The Eubject to be dealt with is, "A and EUiott Smith. Corn cutting is about over in this Eld Jno. J. Croshaw, of Oxford, Collector Bodes, have been disimportance of this belief upon the to death at Akron, Ohio. VILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Glorious Sunrise." Idaho, and Eld. David E. Jones, Bounticharged by order of Commissioner neighborhood. women of our homes. For it is givForest fires have been ranging in the rThree negroes were found dead in the of Internal Revenue, Miller,of WashHLNTSON EATING. Ed Wall, who has been visiting rela- vicinity of Berea for the past two days, en them to be an important factor in ful, Utah, members of the "Church oi Sales on our market for the week just ruauiu unociaw county, Aia. rue supington, on the ground of offensive tives in West Virginia, returned home The man who makes Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints," paid closed these and present a beautiful spectacle at night amount to 1,942 hhds. with re . position is that they were thieves and Rapid eating is slow suidide. partisanship. The report says they last Thursday. the point of keeping himself clean, the Democrat a call Monday. They ceipts for the were overtaken and killed. Ko serious damage. same period 1,01G s Plenty of time should bo taken. have been making speeches for and whose clothes look neat, no mat- have been preaching this week at BenBorn, to the wife of George Tracy, on Mrs, Frank Montgomery, of Washingon our market since January 1st, Miss Ethel Putnam, of Berea College, county. They exDinner should be of a lighter na- ter how moderate of cost they may ton church in this Bryan and free silver. Both of these Oct. 17, a girl. spent last Saturday in Richmond. son with a pect to make a house to house canvas, amount to 144,747 hhds. Sales of the crop ton, chastised her 10 year-olture in summer than In winter. always been active gentlemen have be, works better feels, better, and is Mrs. Henry Brock and Miss Laura Mere gratification of the appetite is in every sense a better business man leaving a little "gospel" pamphlet in of 1895 on our market to this date stick of stove wood and broke his arm. partisans, and for their service to Rankin, of Clark county, attended very likely to shorten life. Gabel Standifer, aged 101, and father each house, and being withoutpurse or amount to 139.361 hhds. THE LAW'S DELAY. the Democratic party Avere given the meeting at this place several days the than his fellow worker, who is last IteceiptB and sales have been very of 21 liviugchildren, died at Pou to dtno Avnen in a recently filled. For script will depend solely upon the hospia. places they dt isnotgooa of both his body and dress, standing by their party and aiming week. Law suits like certain diseases state of mental orjphysical weakness. or either. He works at a distinct ad- tality of the people. They assert that light for the past week. Tho offerings Mrs. Kate Bascom killed herself and A protracted meeting closed at the sometimes become chronic. Two pounds of potatoes contain as vantage. The external man unques- only two per cent of their people ever of bnrley have been very poor in to press It, to victory as they have A case son at Kansas City, her a very large per cent of them done in the past, they were Methodist church at this place last in point is that of Iiisle vs Mullins much nutriment as thirteen pounds tionably influences the internal man. practiced polygamy and that now it has always because she was out of money discharged. The right to advocate Thursday night. Her. C. M. Humphrey, in which an order of sale of some of turnips. I would give far more for the work been completely "eradicated, because any wejp in bad condition. Prices for these. Johii R. Gentry, tho champion pacer. or condemn any measure before the who was pastor eleven or twelve years land vas made at this term. Tho Light soups, light deserts and done by a man who scarcely washes one caught practicing it wonld be excom- kirtls have been irregular and some fe4o bs sold at auction next month. easier. Prices for the better grades and' municated. They have expended American people lias always been ago, conducted the meeting. He is a debt was contracted in 1858 by Capt. light meats should have tho prefer and rushes into his clothes.. The Leader glass factory, at West cokry styles in good condition had beS-rin forty years in public one of the highest privileges of a man much loved by all who know him, Gordon Mullins. He went Into tho ence in warm weather. The time spent upon our bodies is Mnncij, lad., was totally, destroyed by converted a barren plain into a regular and well sustained. citizen. The American idea is, that and mam' persons who had known him Confederate army and died in a Fish and oysters are easily di- never wasted; on the contrary, it is ire, caasing a loss of. about $15,000, wklt free and fair discussion of any in former days came some distance to Northern prison. The debt came in gested. An hour or two of jest time well invested. A machine of, garden spot and;.br.ilt a city that for Train "dark, or damaged)$ 1 00 to loffJ $6,dbflainuice. in h Coijjmon colory trash 2 50 to 4 CO policy before the people, tholr final hear him preach. the usual order as a claim against Should bo taken after tho meal. "if" 'r metal and steel must.be clean before beauty is secoudjjm the Uuited,gtatee RevJ;J03h Carneal, one of the most verdict will be a righteous settle- - Miss Fannie Allen, of Indian Field, the estate, and although nobody has Abuse of the stomach at dinner it can do good work. So, too, the Elders Croshaw and Jones will hold a Me'anm to good col trash 4 OOjto '6'00 prominent 2 a8H t of the question. We are plad Clark county, came to this place last fought or actively opposed the case, jrill be. repaid sooner or later lay that human machine A disregard ol the- - week.'8 meeting inl this city after the elec-- Coaaraon June not co.ory 4;5-t-50 to 350 tuckyyjied Methodfe jaiaiftt ers iH K'm- t hie home BeUtTreatOBjuged . non coiory ibjib 'the time is drawing near when Wednesday to visit relatives, but having it has been on the docket ever Since punishment which comes to the body ana ! aisuonoc in uress eoon tioa.Hafrodbnrt Democrat.,' 7.00. ' if si cmwre ww"to"ROod'ol lof who would suppress free dis- - concluded to extend her visit she was the war- Lawyers fees, interest and glutton 708 to 9,9)' rrow Into moral SloYelineas." - ia jAtAdrvaJBlijwa-.eVity- , . -. - .. a bWto'Meditata teat 9 W to. Vegetables andfrafta areEiofee AkK 6lon of public questions, will be joined by Everett Wilibefjhby, ei Ool- - court cosJaLhave doubtless greatly l Tnacf-- ; oozuirruafil'tr'af fclisJ- ibuuu , cfrtMea faistory. and aaot- TtM XeeVucky Womaa'a tChastfam PrWVk'iUAajrWft 00 to MOO (MMHl im&mtJi "retired to private life, and we hope eariy jrrnv.iiermK at me exceeded the original; amount which em. tBA htti.HAil.ii1ltOf Mjd Wp Had trust that their retirement from botae of Mr. wowfcer wbea jajpeauM Uniw. held; ite mmti ttw Wlliah. SHMie iyfMUT'iH.WBiOB:;- seey i " tr " Mr Atorm ".y?&". jfatit m, BtetiiM bet weak. public servioe will be periwineat. IJiMBOei .qWftaW JlSi iromoJitrtely . ." r . .. .: - .r i , " a'" "a "f ' v .j y t.h. r t " U'jr J SSSS--- -. ',-y M itl ax ! ,i i ox-por- ts. first-name- d, tele-graph"No-To-Bac- ," He states that last foreign perpfted. Missionary Society organized at this' spring he traded $200,000 worth of place, w Inch will meet on the first Satur- property in this city and additional valuable real estate in West Virginia day evening of every month. for what ho supposed was 20,000 acres very desirable oil and timber land in EDENTON. Breathitt and Magoflln counties, Joe Humes, of this place, has a child Kentucky. He says that in the verv sick Willi typhoid recovery is month mentioned one Charles E. doubtful. Tnlth, representing himself as the Miss Maria Reynolds, a very charm- - agent for one C. A. Bood, of Toledo, rig young lauy 01 Jessamine county, is but who is in reality a resident of isiting her sister, Mrs. Simpson War Valley View, Ky., ren, of Edenton. OPENED NEGOTIATIONS Miss Majbell Payne has just returned from Crab Orchard, where she has beeu With him to trade the Kentucky land. Smith, it is alleged, claimed isiting her mama. J. P. Hill and W. II. Wylie, of this that Rood had an option on the land, place, are buildintr a house for Judge and that the title was held in fee simple by one Louis Apperson, as Weaver, near Ruthton. trustee, and one C. B. Amyx. Allen Vincent killed an owl which Monsgomefy thought well of the measured four feet eight inches from tip proposition to trade tho Arlington to tip. Block, the Adelphia Hotel, at Huntington, W. Va., the Phoenix and VALLEY VIEW. Jackson Manufacturing Company Rev. R. B. Baird preached at Syloain plants here and other property for M. E. church Sunday the land. Accordingly Bood came to this Grandison Jackson was baptized in city and the transfer was consumthe rivei here Saturday morning. Mrs. Susan McGuire, accompanied by mated. An abstract of title to tho Mrs. Emma Witt, returned home lRst property was certified to by H. H. week after a prolonged and delightful Hogg, who claimed to be an attorvisit with relatives and friends at Sul ney, which purported to show that the land had descended from the phur Well and Lexington. State of Kentucky Geo. W. Sowers and wife returned been ao...ans f000 -- I. (this article show ing an immense increase of 500 per cent, over last year's shipments due to the enormous quantities absorbed by Great Britain, Germany, France and other European countries; lbs. of bacon (this nrticlo showing a decrease in the quantity exported of 34 ,000,000 lbs., the falling off being due to the decreased manufacture): 92,220,000 lbs. of hams; 36,407,000 lbs of pork (of which lbs. only was fresh), and 283,250,-00- 0 lbs. of lard, a decrease of 12,000,-00- 0 lbs. as compared with the corresponding period of 1895. Our exports of mutton are quite insignificant, amounting in July to less than 20,000 lbs. and in tho seven months to 230,000 lbs., or over 100,000 lbs. less than last year. Great Britain is the market for the great bulk of our Practically 100 per cent, of our fresh beef exported goes directly to her ports. We send her 70 per cent, of our canned beef and 60 per cent, of the salted and cured. About 35 per cent, of our tallow exported is taken by British importers, other European countries like Franca and Germany getting large quantities. We send Great Britain 80 per cent, of the bacon we export, about the same proportion of the hams, 40 per cant, of the larrt and 15 per cent, of the pork. In the seven months the Westylndies and Bermuda took practically half our pork, or something like 17,000,000 lbs., while British North America got G,400,000 lbs. France and Germany are receiving small quantities at present as their restrictions against importation of hog products from this country have been stringent the past few years. Of the South American countries, Bra zil is our best customer of course. We sent her in tCe seven months lljs.--tinow 242,-600,0- 00 TRUST. The advance in the price of shoes and leather goods announced forIie opening of the winter season is the work of half a dozen syndicates cooperating with each other against tho public. Among those connected with this new conspiracy against fair trade are mentioned the United States Leather Trust, the Milwaukee oil-gra- in 200-0- 00 combination and the syndicated manufacturers controlling lasts and thread and even the boxes in which shoes are shipped. The advance already made in their prices is put at 15 per cent, and in the samo connection a 40 per cent advance" is announced in hides. This latter advance explains all the rest, for it shows the hands of the Armours and the Chicago dress- to-da- three-quarte- rs 5ST,-51- It ut-av- If If f - e, I Book News" for November ia a Du A Judge in Alabama who'ira red hot silver man and somewhat excitable in f Maurier number, fivepnges being devoted and his nature, in marrying a couple recently to sketches of the dead got the marriage ceTemony mixed up the reproduction of mauy of his famous with the Democratic platform lately drawings. But there is still room for a Afhelpful word of three hundred and forty adopted at the for the new bcoks- - and the showing of many ter mistaking two attendants biide and groom hesarted off in this pictures from them. Gleaning 'of tl e fashion: "Dearly beloved we arc gath- fields of literature isdone by writers of ered together here in the sight of God special fitness at Philadelphia, New York, and in presence of these witnesses to join Boston, London. Chicargo and wliilo English reviews of together this man and woman in holy matrimony at the ratio of 16 to 1 which several new books are reprinted. A page is an honorable estate instituted of God of helps to holday book buyers is aho in the timeof man's inuocency signifying given, while the "list of best selling unto us that the standard silver doll.ir books" is helpful to those who would shall be a full legal tender equally with keep in touch with the gold for all debts public and private into books of the day. Just how sn,h amonth-lwhich holy estate these two peraons come as "Book News" can be furnished at now to be joined. Therefore if any one fifty rents a year noboty knows, but it"s nevertheless can show any cause why William Jen- a treat for nings Brvan should not be elected From John Wanamker, Philadelphia of these United States let him now speak or forever hereafter hold his peace. There is more catarrh in this section to stick to of the country than all other diseases I require and charge you the Democratic platform lately adopted put together, and until the last few in Chicago and if anyone of you know of years was supposed to be incurable. any impediment why ye should not For a great many years doctors prospeak new or forever hereafter hold your nounced it a local disease, and prescrib tongue." ed local remedies, and by constantly fail ing to cure with local treatment, pro NEW YORK FASHIONS nounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional di sease, aud therefore requires censtituti Fall Millinery, Velvet Bound Ribbon, Eton onal treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure, Jackets, Trimmed Cuffs, Skirts, Trimmings. manufactured by J. E. Cheney & Co Toledo. Ohio, is the constitutional cure Whether large or small hats will be is taken internally most in favor for fall and winter wear, on the market. It drops to a teaspoonfnl. remains an open question; the former al- in doses from ten though very picturesque, are heavy and It acts directly on the blood and mncous They offer one expensive, difficult to keep in place and surfaces of the svstem hundred dollars for any case it fails to not generally becoming. The majority of hats are graceful in appearance, due in cure. Send for circulars and testimoni a great measure to the popularity of vel- als. Address, S. F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. vet or ostrich plumes, and a severe con8S"SoId by druggists, 75c tour is sometimes noticeable iu large hats; but even then, five or six velvet folds soften the still edge. Colored tafieti T0P JOBACCO. ribbon bound with black velvet isshown by the piece, and small round hats may How to Core Yourself While Usins It. be made throughout of velvet bound ribThe tobacco babit grows on a man un bon loops on a strong net foundation; the loops being comparatively small near the til his nervous system is seriously affect edge of the hat, rising higher as they ap- ed, impairing health, comfort and happi proach the top, usually terminating in a ness- lo quit suddenly is too severe a plume of some kind and a steel orna- shock to the system, as tobacco to any veterate user becomes a stimulant that ment. "Baco- his system continually craves. mosshraids sewn together Curo" is a scientific cure for the tobacco make very pretty hats, and they also are nabit, in all its lorms, carelullv com bound with black velvet. White feathpounded after the formula of an eminent ers, lace or aigrettes are used w ith black Berlin physician who has used it in his or colored hats, and very wide gilt passeprivate practice since 1S72, without a menterie or jet bands around a high failure It is purely vegetable and guar crown, with a full cluster of ostrich anteed perfectly harmless You can use plumes at one side, impart much style to all the tobacco you want while taking ahrgehat. Narrow black velvet stripes " It will notify you when on changeable ribbon is admirably adaptyou stop. We give a written guarantee ed to general requirements and thereto cure permanently any case with three fore in great demand. ooxes, or relund the money witn Hi per " cent, interest. is nota subRECENT OPENINGS show Eton jackets both as suit waists, or stitute, but a scientific cure, that cures as accessories, and while it may be super- without the aid of will power and with It leaves the system fluous to mention, these rounded jackets no inconvenience. are known under three names, Eton, as pure and tree from nicotine as the day you took your first chew or smoke. Bolero, or Figaro, which may occasionally confuse any but city residents There CURED BY BACO CURO AND GAINED THIRTY is much economy in this jacket furore, TOUNDS. as so little material is required, and velFrom hundreds of testimonials, the vet china or changeable silk are appro- originals of which are on file and open priate fabrics, preferably the to inspection, the following is presented: edged by passementerie or fur. A piece Clayton, .Nevada, Co., Ark., Jan 2S, 1S95. of velvet lined with silk and laid in one Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La or two large plaits inserted in the shoul- Crosse, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty der seam, and scarcely reaching the up- years I used tobacco in all its forms. For per edge of a very wide "crush" belt, twenty-fiv- e of that time I was a brings about the jacket effect. Billows great sufferer from general debility and of lace at the front, aud not unfrequently heart disease. For fifteen years I tried two or three rows extend around the to quit, but couldn't. I took various waist, giving an airy lightness to these remedies, among others dressy little affairs. "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Double Chloride of Gold," etc., etc, but none COMPARATIVELY FEW of them did me the least bit of good. round waists are seen, hut black chiffon corsages over colored silk make effective Finally, however, I purchased a box oj " and it has entirely waists, and sometimes the color is ar- your cured me of the habit in all its forms, ranged in surplice effect at the front, the remainder being black; thus proving that and I have increased thirty pounds in the machinations of trade have not crush- weight and am relieved from all the ed the independent waist. Very small numerous aches and pains of body and puffs placed as near the shouldera3 prac- mind. I could write a quire of paper changed feelings and condion ticable, or divided by trimming, indicate upon my Yours respectfully, P. II. Marbury, that tight sleeves will he forced upon those who do not possess that rare gift -Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark. a plump, Sold bv ail druggists at 31.00 per box, arm. Trimmed cuffs are universal, either flaring at the three boxes, (thiity days treatment), wrist, falling over the hand or a turned $2 M) with written guarantee, back facing is a stylish substitute. or senKdirect upon receipt of price. Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka THERE IS GOOD REASON Chemical aud Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis. to believe that the skirts of handsome and Boston, Mass. 0 dresses will be trimmed but those for ordinary purposes will remain plain, and N GENERAL NEWS. apropos of skirts, an article combining nil requirements seems to have been Four thousand, four hundred bales of found in Feder's Brush skirt protector, which renders it impossible for thelge cotton were destroyed by fire at Galves-soof the skirt to cut through, since it takes Tex. A warehouse worth 525,000 til the thumping on the pavement or was also burned. The total loss is $160,-00without the leasUnjury to the edge. From the nature of thiprotector, A train dashed into a carriage at the dust falls out almost as fast as it Keansburg., N. Y., killing two people gathers, and a strong wool braid protects aud fatally injuring another. the lining. A very attractive finish is Walter Matthews, a fireman on the given by this new dress edge, as distinHouston & Texas Central railway, was guished as a trimming as it is perfect as killed in a wreck which occured about a skirt protectorNy sixty miles out from Houston, Tex. In order to remove his bodv from the wreck THE FORTUNATE POSSESSOR of black or cslored moire antique silk, l.e had to be cut to pieces. may utilize it with perfect confidence as During a political speaking at Coa Creek, Teun., a shooting affray occurred itvis a novelty; and brocades having. conspicuously large figures, are very fash- in which two men were killed. ionable as well. China silk still holds Miscreants broke into a Catholic good, but is not likely to last through an- church at Washington, D. C, drank up other season; changeable silk however is all the Sacramental wine and stole a valuso unobtrusive that it enjoys lasting fa- able Communion set. vor. Fur and spangled passementerie, One of the newest inventions is a either separately or together, are elegant which picks up the match, lights trimmings, and mink edging on Eton it and extends it for the use of the jackets, or two or three mink tails falling smoker. bUween velvet plaits are particularly Thomas Mayfleld, of New Haven, stilish. Ribbon velvet will be largely Conn., dreamed that his house was on used on dresses, and velvet employed in fire, uid his calling for help so excited acy way, can scarcely come amijs. lis wife that she threw her five months Vekoxa Clarke. M baby into the yard, killing it instant artist-authChicngo-conventiomost-talked-of 2lC4 Pure means sound health, gestive organs win oe vigorous. -i te-f- t will bo no dyspepsia. Rheup-- a -, Neuralgia will be unknown. Sere' Salt Rheum will disappear. Witip--- Q &-3- -2 rich, healthy blood, tho storcaci. w rwe, , &- -$ y Your nerves will bo strcrg, -i sleep sound, sweet acd rr'r Hood's Sarsaparilla makes r That is why it cures bo rrar., That Is why bo many tho'a- - . to cure disease, retain goctl t vent aickness and suffering I. Bloo book-lover- s, Pies-ide- nt Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood PuriGfr HOOd'S PillS take.e trouble grew out of Hel to retract a slanderous rej Grilby. The public schools of Bu will be closed on account 22-2- 5 pOi'T - Twenty families are arH u deaths have already ocenrre. At the Stock Exchange Kansas City, Mo., Morn- shot and killed ",by Fred V discharged drinking. Robert Lawrence and "C I. convicts from Laurel coun'v from the penitentiory at Frai Mrs. Charlotte Shney, an Cincinnati woman, has ha. dug and stored away in L. i handsome collin which she .i have use for in a few health now. Charles Kaiser and hi- Pa , werehekl up by t men on a lonely rod near l'i Mrs. Kaiser was shot throtn;! t. and instantly killed, and l. r was woundel iu the arm l shot- Tiie robbers sernn-- t t watches and a pocket-boo- k ! book-keepe- r. i -- week.-excelle- nt wii.-town- , V $360. "Baco-Curo.- "Baco-Curo- Mrs. Braddon, the oeh-- ' posed to being pliotograpln !. recently refueed ?I0O in eoM royalty on all photographs ; might be sold. The present Latonia Meet was to have endetl XoveniIer 7. extended two weeks B. II. Wisdom, who fe su been the wealthiest man in ti died at his home in Paducai , day, aged 77. G. T. Pierce and Jno. How ' jailed at Hodgersville, Ky., t ' the murder of Henry Beard, a i farmer of Laurel couaty. Mrs. J. C. Woodard, . miles from Lexington on the M pike, was run over by a received injuries from w t died Thursday. w A cyclone storm struck . . I hi two-hoi-a- last Thursday, destroying j. the extent of SIGO.OOO. A branch of the South Amen trade which is doing a very a ness at the present time is ti and sundryingof beef from gr. bers of cattle not good enough t live oi fresh-dresse- i . -- d conduit n. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. "Baco-Curo- DR; CREAM well-shape- d BAMNS iron-cla- d, PWNW MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Pow dct from Ammonia, Alum or any other idJ.ieA F - t . 47-2- 40 YEARS GEO. THE STANDARD. W. KH.KY n, 0. Ky., Fecommen Wright's Celerv Capsu'e. Shelbyville, Ky., May 2tt, !. Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents I have purchased a rx Wright's Celery Capsules from Middelton, druggist, and used thei Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and 1 pation and found that they gave m mediate relief every time. 1 think excellent remedy. Yours very tru. Of She'.byvil!e, 9 Geo. W. U tbloz to cat Protect yonr Ideas: ther mar hrlng you w Write JOHN WEDDERBURN & CO, Patent A i aeyt. Washington. D. Ci. for their S1.3-- pr 13 " ail Ust of two hnnilreU InTenUons waatcX Wanted-- An Idea Who can or some 6i J.H.NEFF&CG. Mairt cigar-cutte- r, StPt, Mark- (Opposite Glyndon. Country Produce Bought and Sold. Highest Cash Price Paid. rXuTb, r. r. Time Table No. 24, In Effect May 12, 1895. 1ST CLASS. EAST BOUND. No. 1. No. 3. Versailles- NicholasTille.. Valley Y"ie Million Unioe Moberly Brassfielri A. M. IU nt ,! - 2ND CI A IO M XSS No. 9"" No Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun ExSa- hhds-Sale- te r. m. ?4 11 47 It 6 40 7 35 d .1 59 . Richmond. disre-gardf- ul Pancla. Irv in " -- " 12-- r. u. 12 is a ia x liS U?55 11 3a 3 30 11 30 II pa ia 1 co 3 4 1 S9 a i5 ci I . ia No. 4 T. M. j Za 54 310 A M qual-itylja- nd four-year-o- ld o TVEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sua Ex Sun Ex Sun .No.. So. a. ! r. M -- !r, Panola I, A. . , A. . O -- build-ings'a- nd il Union .. Richmond Million Valley Vie'r Mnkrrtyl rafield.. , ,, ,. ,.,, ., 6 05 ,.,-- i 3 40 4 aS 4 40 ! S - - M. $1) JI a 13 3fc 3 13 3 38- VtraUtes KcuoUYiJ'. I 6 34 6 jS A.M. erIO a 30 5 40 '5 ' j I 5 5 30 W , JJ S -- 7 3$- - 4 30- 35 t f.M. T.U. A.M. -- u -- o !i5r.. - " Tiiuh set ween Tr&Hw aadfira-- , to ajMl Lvmsville and Versailles daily be twees CiuCHt&zti and Xichelai'U . , .i .. .,.- V wfBfc-aeu'wiw- AK iraias iflge-iiui- ticu-tr- --WefieyT-jEiMie "' 3 VrTSsta v - I j 'k- imm. -- !Ji. a. f' m $V I w- -- I e - - .- - t "tT-- j ' hoti - fetttt l.g$53rf$i Jtf-&4- r, i taaittjth asti tram naaamii. -Kliti-gl- ini cmwc! wi4l Southern. KalraT Kh the i - CS.U.S1. to ! sv4Man i rHsviUe. aii-Clttiawii- ' - !FVi - "fc mT f a. s about six at Lasuastonand -- &t UfLr - ar ST c riiy i fS-- sr - ,, -- V 5,,,. '! -- ,?,SSW5- jj-- ; , ; . i:.i'tw-- : SSf-sr'T i The-football - - . pry ..,' r 1 ." "Trf1 - k lhfji t If fU : ' it -- .w St "o. v - &-- Il -f i&k -- . rrn "" or-- ; t. -- " , " "-vs. tk . . 'i iLrs,r,X a ifvtTrSEj1 iw !i-- w-- - " ?!! -- p ) - ?, .- . tf li Si. , i died. Airs. Mary Jane Smith, of Versailles, itged seventy-si- x years, die.d Thursday night of bronchitis. She WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. - 1890 was the widow of William R. Smith, a prominent lawyer in Versailles Saturday was ITolIoweTen. many years ngo, and was the mother Three weeks until Thanksfrfv-- of A. A. and Daniel M. Bowmar, editors of the Woodford Sun. ins. Shooting Affray in Estill. Born, to the wife of Wm. Jtlsk, In a difficulty over politics, Thos. of Union, a girl. Harris shot and mortally wounded Several cases of typhoid fever James Norton last Saturday, near are reported in Irvine. Millers Creek, Estill county. NorAbout two thousand people at- ton's daughter, who tended the Republican rally Friday. was standing near, was struck in the " Rev. McGinn, of Versailles, forehead with sevoral stray shot. preached at the Christian chur& She is not, however, thought to he dangerous. Sunday. .j THE -- CLIMAX. t C. U. Victorious.. r Uni- k iji - game IMITPRODUCE KARKET. ConnECTEu versity Saturday afternoon between C U. and Kentucky University resulted in a victory for C. U. by a score of 32 to 6. Tharo was a large crowd in attendance, and in spite of tho score the game was interesting land was full of exciting runs. Touch-dowfor C. U. were made by Scott, Jonas and Norman. Goals kicked by Grimes and Brink. The teams lined up as follows: C. U. K. U. Blanton .....loft end Walker lop-sided ns Weekly Butter Epsi Chickens (live) . ; . Chickens (sprint;) . '. Ducks (live) . . . . Cheese Lard Beeswax ...-...- - '.. Clothing Dyed Is 'Order. 1! Belle Brcck is prepared to d;re clothing, goods and other articles in;any desired color. References from best peoploiin Kich' mond furnished. 121c lb 2 Prices reasonable. 10c doz 19-2- .i ri . '. r - ST'le ?r '- j;5i,- 1 . - t .., it iw--- - - . j a ar a; 1! "i ;i j -: -' i I 1 li 1 imi 1 i irt I 1 iQaaocjotij r'nt Shows through '.fS'sl j . . 53clb . 51c lb Fadiin.Mo4lclnc. v 10 to 12Jc lb Resides a hick wife, Sir. R. G. J.mi's. of Stanford, has four children with measles. and Mrs. "W. I). Buckley are lvjoicinjrover their second born a pirl. Born Sunday night. Died, at the residence of Dudley Pearson near College Hill, Tuesday, Mim Susan Denny ageb 80. i , d Mr. - Mothers, you will be interested in our line of Reefer suits and overcoats; Covinctou & they are great values. Mitchell. Mr. Seth M. Todd brought to this oflic Monday, a half dozen well developed apples, the hecoud crop this reason. team Paris High School foot-ba- ll will play Caldwell High School loy on the University campus next - Saturday. H. J. Strong will sell his entire ht:ck of goods at auction, beginning fdnes-dayNovember 4. See ad. lMhcre in this issue. Mr. Samuel W. Willi and Miss N Hip Turney, daughter of Capt. luui Turney, of "Winchester, were married in Paris "Wednesday. Jay "Wilson caught 11 pike in the K mucky river, near Irvine, four l.- - i and .six inches long; weighing in four pounds and thrgp ounces. H . S. F. Kelly, former pastor .f tin Methodist church at College for Hardinsburg Monday, II. w r. In- take charge of a church at that place. Raymond Shearer, sold last week J..hn Wagers, of Madison county, cts. It. . attlo. weight 1,0 X) lbs, at 3 II. als.. bought Monday at Mt. Ster-hets. t. n, weight COO lbs., '2 inrliester Democrat. (Jo. Bradley, who came here last Friday to honor the Republican p:irr with one of his most telling spt . ,'hrs, was driven up Main street without receiving a.single cheer; not Mm a hat was raised to greet him Georgetown has a nine-day- 's wonder a business man, in things generally, who, during the campaign, didn't read a single political speech on either fide, nor read a newspaper article bearing on the subject. Beginning November 1st, all bicycles carried as baggage by the I . & N.. will be subject to same rules as excels baggage no wheel will bo cents will carried free twenty-fiv- e be the smallest charge even for short distances. Dr. "W. J. Edmiston, a prominent young physician of Crab Orchard, and Miss Kate Cochran, the handsome niece of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Palmer, will be married at the latter residence in this city November li. , Wager left tackle left guard Keevil Conrad center Barlow Burnam right gnard Young Jonas right tackle Lucas Crutcher right end Clay quarter Miss Virginia Hemphill was mar- Bennett- Widecur ried in Nicholasville, on Thursday, Norman...right half back..Pilkington to Mr. E U. Tabor, of Chicago. Miss Scott...... left full backMontgomery Hemphill is woll known in Rich- Grimes . full back Coleman mond society, having often visited Can't Get Jnstice. her sister, Mrs. Archie Woods, who On the docket of the circuit court formerly resided in this city, and whose husband was proprietor of the which begun here yesterday, is a liGlyndon Drug Store, at the time bel suit against tho Courier-Journfor $20,000, by changed of venthat hotel was burned. ue from Boyle county. It was Horribly Burned. brought by Wejch & Breckinridge Mrs. George Whittaker, a widow-livin- for Tom Sallee, who thinks he is near Cottonburg, this county, damaged to that extent by the pubwas horribly burned Saturday after- lication of a dispatch from Harrods-burwhich says that ho was caught noon. Sho was standing in front of the fireplace when she was overcome in the room of a neighbor's wife by an epileptic fit. She fell sense- by her husband and his brother, less on the hearth, where her clothes who performed a nameless operation on him so unprofessional that he caught fire. "When found n later her face, arms and was at the point of death. The case was called at Danville at tho recent hands wore badly burned. Dr. her physician, says she can- term, but on the oath of F. Hogan, the paper's Louisville lawyer, supnot live. Hcmphill-Tcylor. al g g, few-minutMid-dleto- five-year-o- ld Howell Lallance Gladness Comes Ginseng. . . Wool (No.l) Burry and Cott Green hides $2 50c There are fads in medicine thing else and a 'new thing" sellB for a short time simply ic is new. But in medicine, as 20c lb to $3.00 lb else, the people demand and 5c lb a.j in every f requently hteause it AUCTION ;....H. J. STUENG WILL BEGIN. mn 11 tol2clb n, ical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that bo many forms of sickness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasant family lazatwe. Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millionsof families, andis everywhere esteemed bo highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acta. It is therefore all important, In order to get its beneficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies arc then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. well-informe- a better understanding of the Dry hides transient nature of the many phys- Feathers (new) 7 to 8c lb 3 to 4c lb 5 to Cc lb 32c lb STOLEN! A BAY SADDLE MARE with a white saddle. in nothing will be satisfied only with positive, absolute merit. The fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla has stood its ground against all competition, and its sales have never wavced hut have remained Bteadily at the top, demonstrates, boyond any doubt, the ins trinsic virtues of this medicine, 'he have come and gone but Hood's Sarsaparilla rests npon tho solid foundation of absolute merit and its power to cure, and its sales continue to be the largest in the world. 20 23 new-thing- Wednesday, November At 10 o'clock, a, m., to sell his entire stock of Dry Goods STOLEN From in front of JAMJLS SMITH'S residence, d visitors, Misses Maggie and Bessie The Darlington, Wis., J0um.1l says Lickey. A number of young folks editorially of a popular patent medicine. were present. 's "We know from experience that Miss Elvira S. Miller, of Louisville, Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. A. Remedy, is all that is claimed for it, as on two occasions it stopped excruciating Wilki Smith. Cham-berlaine- If your children are subject to croup watch for the first symptom of the disease hoarseness. If Chamberlain's fUEbDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 3- Cough remedy is given as soon as the LIBERAL REWARD paid for child becomes hoarse it will prevent return of same. the attack. Even after the croupy cough HARVEY CHENAULT has appeared the attack can always be prevented by giving this remedy. It is Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dykes entertain- also invaluable for colds and whooping ed on Saturday night in honor of their cough. For sale by T. S. Hagan. IS 32 Clothing, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Cloaks At auction daily until every article is sold. Now is your chance to secure BARGAINS. No Humbug. Court Day. Collins & Fox reports very horses on the market. Those brought from $25 to $50. Cotton mules sold from $40 to 50. One pair extra good mules brought few-sol- d ported by affidavits of Harry G. W. Welsh and Sam Lyons, that owing to the failure to supGio-vanno- li, $100. On last Saturday the J. G. Burrus Bryan Club had a monster parade two thous - iiv At Jack Sewoll," the Kentucky river and barbecue. were least present.' and persons The irin. life saver, was in town Monday and airair was a success in evory particureported to us that ho liad saved Abundance of provisions of the twelve persons from drowning sinco lar. best quality was served in order, (4) 1870. Thoe indebted to Mr. Sewell and every one present was well fed, for their lives are: Milton Webb, There is uo joy in this world equal to many baskets well filled refrHJlrrrMfrrlfl 'Va mJ i en mJ fra" ml ca r51 eh rnl m r l UJ ll (Mfg Anderson Oldham, George Rhodes, and A womin Lexington and Louisville bonds. the happiness of motherhood. Frankfort Saturdaytovote. mained. A stand for tho speakers B fTHlBrrHJBrrHJ BITrllSfSj SirSl SfTrl SfSJ Pleas Hill, Arthur Harris, Wm. an's health is her dearest possession. arw Mr. Henry E. Reid went over to You Can't Afford io Chance It. Hill, five Bush children and an un- had been erected and handsomely Good looks, good times, happiness, love THJB mm decorated with "red, white and blue Mt. Sterling yesterday to vote tfESrgi(g(fE A heavy cold may lead to pneumonia aud its continuance, known man from Clav Citv. depend on her bunting. A large portrait of W. J. Mr. "W. R. Letcher, our former or consumption. Foley's Honey and For Bryan and Scwall. Bryan graced the front of the townsman, visited here a few days Tar taken in time affords perfect eecur-it- v health. Almost all of the sickness of women are traceable directly or indirectOn last Thursday night the court stand. Hon. W. B, Smith, P. H. ago. W. G. White. ly to some derangement of the organs from serious results. G. M. Willging and J. C. house was filled to the Suliivan, Sis Miss Bessie Lackey, of Ford, was distinctly feminine. Troubles of this (mas How to Prevent a Cold. occasion, :isxeech in behalf of Bryan, Chenault spoke to the assembled the guest last week of Mrs. J. I). . For our Business is all right. People will have to have Furniture After an exposure, or when you feel a kind are oflen neglected because a very and free silver, delivered by Miss multitude. The day passed without Dykes. and he furnished a burial, no matter whether gold or proper modesty .'eeps every one apcold coming on, taue a dose of Foley's uatural and Margaret Ingels, of Paris. Although the least disturbance or Bryan- - wins. Therefore Mr. Jonas Rucker, of Richmond, Honey and Tar. It never fails. W. G. women away from physicians, whose inweary and worn out from constant pearing to be in tho best of humor. sistence upon examination and local speaking. Miss Ingels did justico to The Richmond Silver band furnished was in the city yesterday. Paris Re- White. treatment is generally as useless an it is sweetest strains of music. Tho porter. the cause for which she so earnestly its boy of J. A. John common. The Dr. Pierre's Favorite PreMr. W. T. Gilkey, of Winchester plead. lloss Snider quartette sung cam 111., is subject to attacks of scription will do more for them thin 90 , g has taken a position at tho Busy Bee son, of Lynn, '1 lie largo motto near 0 After Miss Ingels had finished her paign songs. croup. Mr. Johnson says he is satisfied doctors in 100. It will do more than UH the speakers stand read, "God save Cash Store. address, Judge Joro Morton, of Lextimely use of Chamberlain 's the one hundreth doctor can unless he that the But be prepared for winter and if you are not, it will not be our Mrs. W. W. Park, of Irvine, is vis Cough remedy, duringa severe attack, ington was introduced, thus afiord our homes." The day was one to be fault, for we are anxious to do our part. iting her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Simp- eaved his little boy's life. He is in the prescribes it It is a prescription of Dr. ing the audience a double tteat in long remembered on Tate's Creek. R. V. Pierce, who for 31 years has been son, at White Hall. one. Golden Wedding. drug business, a member of the firm of chief consulting phj'siclan of the World's Si Yon will be sure to be pleased if you Miss Margaret Ingelas,who spoke Johnson Bros., of that place,"and thev Dispensary and Invalids Hotel at Buffa189G. 1S4G. here Wednesday night, was the handle a great manv patent medicines lo, N. Y. look through our slock for old and Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Dillingham rels for throat and lung diseases. He had all guest of Mrs. Dr. Frnzee. young. Covington fc Mitchell. stamps to cover cost Send 21 requests the pleasure of your m County Clerk Vernon L. Vaughn these to choose from, and skilled physi- of mailing only, and get this great !ook, mm company The Sick. II costs nothing and helps you wonderfully. fSjE Clerk John D. Winn, cians ready to respond to his call, but The People's Common Sense Medical and at their Golden Wedding, Mr?. Nannie Benton, an estimable lljjjl selected this remedy for use in his family Adviser, absolutely free. of Irvine, were court day visitors. Thusdav November fifth, lady of Irvine, is very low with pneuat a time when his child's life was in Thefii thing necessary is to have something to enthuse over, for Miss Louise Forsyte has returned from seven to twelve p. in., "The worst cold I ever had in my life monia. knew it to be supe-o- r J X from a visit to Miss Kate Blanton at danger, because he Richmond, Kentucky, instance, 0 or lino nfK" was caused by Chamberlain's Ciugh v.jg S X 1 iiW Mr. Irvine Brather is out again famous the county to any other, Henry B. Dillingham. Richmond. Harrodsburg Democrat. over for jts cures andcroup. Mr Johnson Remedy," writes W. H. Nortbn, of SutSuites, Springs, Mattresses. Senar- - T"? Bedroom of after a protracted spell of fever. Margaret Yates. Mr. J. S. Deavenport, of Harrods "This cold left me with naya this the best selling cough medicine ter Creek, Cal. ate Beds, Dressers, Chiffoniers, Dressing Mr. Portwood, of Moborley, is imburg, a former student of Central they handle, and that it give? splendid a caugh and I was expectorating all the fftjJBl proving after a terrific struggle with Tables, Chairs, Dinners, Rockers. Every The remedy cured me, and I A snowy white tablet, engraven in University, is visiting friends in this satisfaction in all cases- - Sold by W. G. time. fever. tiling wanted in the furniture line. want all my friends when city. with While, Kichmond, Ky. Mrs S. B. Midkiff, who has been gold, announces tho fiftieth annia caugh or cold to use it, for it will do Some one suilering for some time of nervous versary of the marriage of Mr. and Mr. R. M. Huntsr and family of Change come to all. We know there Nebraska produced fifteen million them good." Sold by W. G White, PP pleasant and tome otherwise, A pleas- prostration, is slowly recovering. Mrs. H. B. Dillingham. Fifty years Nicholasville are visiting the family pounds beet sugar, this year, and one Richmond, Ky. are none made, Mr. Henry Perry, ant change lor you would be to get one Mr. Dillingham led to of his broth-inlaMr. M. H. Cohen, after several airo, Nov. 5, farm mrde a net profit of $42 per acre. of our nice, warm suits and overcoats; batter and cheaner. the alter Miss Margaret Yates, one on Walnut street. woeks illness, is out again. You Can be Well. A cough which persists day after day, the are just what you want, and at just of tho hells of Madison county. Ho Mr. C. D. Chenault, assignee of When your blood is pure, rich and Married in Lexington. the price ou want to pay. Covington was then a poor boy, but pride with the Three Forks Investment Co., should not be neglected any longer. It A. Mitchell. Mr. Everett Willoughby, of Mad- energy and ambition, and with the was in town yesterday. Beattyville means something more than a mere local nourishing for nerves and muscles. The fels irritation, and the sooner itisreliexed blood is vital fluid, and when it is roor, A protracted meeting will begin ison county, and Miss Fanny Allen, beautiful young wife at his side, he Enterprise. ARE-BUHSafg Take Ayer's Cherry Pecto thin aud impure, you must either suffer Mr. Wallace Johnson, of Central the belter. at the First Presbyterian church daughter of Squire J. AV. Allen, of felt he might endure and honor SSl this county, were married in the whatever the future had in store for University, spent from Friday un- ral. It is prompt to act and sure to cure. from some distressing disease or you will tpB xt Sunday. Dr. AV. B. Jennings, easily fall n victim to sudden changes Col. Sanders D. Bruce, founder of the of the Central Presbyterian church, parlors of tho Phoenix Hotel, Lex- him. Faithfully they hour kept the til Monday with his parents in WoodSecond. Our customers are finding it out, too. That's exposure, or over work. Keep your W. vows then made, and what a truly ford county. American Stud Book, the first volume of Louisville, will assist the pastor, J. ington, last Friday evening, Dr. they grow enthusiastic. blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla and 1SGG and which has K. Smith. Tho services will con- T. Boiling officiating. The attend-dan- beautiful thinga marriage is made on Third. The consumers are the most enthusiastic. be w ell. Warren "Flip" Kennedy was at which was issued in Trib-Ol- e C. U. were Mr. earth and recorded in heaven. They been the authoritative record of racing tinue two weeks. and Miss Florence Wil- have been successful; for in all Richmond several days last week, stock in the United States for over 30 Hood's Pillsare the best family catharing Some of our county cominum-c- at loughby. The wedding party re- these years they have known noth- visiting his brother, Samuel. Car- years, has just sold the book to the tic anil liver medicine. Gentle, reliable, unavoidly omitted turned Saturday and were given a ing of want or woe. Tho only shad- lisle Mercury-- . mis have been Club people for $35,000 Jockey They can buy expensive looking, handsome, comfortable and sure. Miss Willie Traynor entertained a cash. during the past three or four weeks reception at the home of the groom's ows thath.ive gathered over them, stylish fnrnitnre at such wonderfully low prices. .11 account of the heated campaign, uncle, Mr. Yancy Merritt, in this were, when in the dispensation of number of her young friends last How to Cure a Bilious Colic. Others have found health, vigor and Give ur a call and be convinced. which has consumed most of our city. Winchester Sun. Providence, one and another of Friday evening in honor of her vitality in Hood's Sarsaparilla in the I suffered four weeks with colic and But now that the election is their loved ones have passed away. fourteenth birthday. sj.afe. Thirty Years Older. One True Blood Purifier and nerve pains in my stomach, caused by biliousMany are the friends that will con.r. we hope that our eorrespond- Mr. A. D. Flora, our former citizen builder, ness and had to take medicine all the Sfgj Last week's Register spoke of Mr. gratulate them on the happy past and and noted basso, now uts will continue to send in their traveling with while until I used Chamberlain's Colic, R. C. H. Covington having in his tho near The only permanent cure for chronic 'iininunicationsas of yore. future; and well do they nils FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKERS. possession an old American coin, deserve it, for many less fortunate' "The Colonels," is here mingling catarrh is to thoroughly expel tho poison Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which PEJ among his many friends. '.SfrHJ Examine your $10 and $20 bills bearing the date 179."). Mrs. 11. L. cured me. I have since recommended it system by the faithful and perthey helped Miss Viola Million, who is teach- from the "s, u. It is said that one and two Gentry has a silver dollar, a Spanish than themselves .have to a good many people. Mrs F. Butler, frtiis srTSJsrTSIahShisfr&Jl'rrSJ IHSfarrSJlI RiiarfHJS of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This and i.llar bills are being "raised" by coin, which bears the date HChi. The over the stormy places in life May ing school at Valley View, spent sistent use remedy proves successful of Fairhaven, Conn. Persons who are b IMhfMffliMMMMMl'Sp ilMMi wonderful inspired them for the future. from Fridny until Monday with to bilious colic can ward off isttiig on the necessary 0. Not coin is ery large; on one side is a many more years mother, Mrs. Amanda Million. her when all other treatment has failed to subjectby taking this remedy as soon the live to enjoy t a attack ing seen any bills of these denom-1u.- crown and on the other a man's head. they as relieve the sufferer. recently, the swindle of Some foreign inscription has been on of this useful' life together, are the the first symptoms appear. Sold by W. i.nis Hon. W. T. B. Williams and Mr. Catarrh Means Danger. .arse does not effect us, but we both sides of the dollar, but it is wishes of their many friends. W. mdrSJ KrllM "BifglaraJiglB G. White, Richmond, Ky. B. H. Sale, of Irvine, were in this I utilish this warning to put our hardly discernible now; .some of the IsrasfgJ SlrHJEfrHJa Sf?1 mm Because if unchecked it may be lead city Friday. They were hero on County Tragedy. Lee t'n .ids on their guard Paris Re- letters being worn entirely away. Catarrh is MISS M.LDRED GOLDEN, mm business and net to attend tho Re directly to consumption. nils Jero Cardwell, town marshal of port r. . When a baby, Mrs. Gentry cut her Jackon, shot and killed John Har-gi- publican rally, so they informed tho caused by impured blood. This fact 'is mm SIS fully established. Therefore, it is useThr Sentinel Democrat says: teeth on this same coin. Jr., on the Lexington and East- Climax. . by outward STENOGRAPHER AXf) A Good Play. Miss Ingels created a greater sensji-toiGovernor McCreary was tho guest less to try to cure catarrh, ern train, Saturday afternoon. Bad TYPEWRITER. trr l than the avorago circus. She tho saying blood had existed between the Har-gi- s of Mr. J. A. Alverson and Postmaster application or inhalants. The true way If thcro is any truth in nils to cure catarrh is to purify the blood. Richmond, Kentucsst. mm crowds "a good laugh is better than a dose ouhl hardly move for the Mr. and and Caldwell families for a num- J. W. Rout, while here that pressed upon hor evory whore of medicine," every one in the largo ber of yerrs, on account of political Mrs. W. H. Shanks returned Tues Hood'B Sarsaparilla, the great blood puOffice adjoining A .R. P.urnam's. shi went. Men, women and ehild-- r. audienco which witnessed "Jolly-Ol- rivalry. This was in intensified in day afternoon from a visit to tho rifier, cures catarrh by its power to drive EE33ri.,MiIE'iaiT'iMIIIEm"u.ijK HUB IXIZXCXSE! 3rJMi::l:!!Ei!im out all impurities from the blood. w ore wild. She had three propo-posaa Chums" at the ojiera house last the younger members of tho family latter's parents in Madison. Stan- Thousands of people testify that they ENTIRE STOCK OF of marriage from young men Wednesday night, must have felt when John Hargis, Jr., left his ford Journal. ler Gommissiofier's have been perfectly and permanently a id one declared for herjbr next ten years younger. Not once, dur- home at Elkatawa and went to Miss Mary H. Bennett, of Rich- cured of catarrh by Hood's Sarsaparilla. President. ing the entire performance, was there Jackson last fall and worked against mond, came over to attend the reTO CREDITORS ! any cause for complaint. Every- the electiou'of Jere Cardwell, who ception given by M iss Reid and Miss College Hill. Died but was run.iing for town marshal. Bassett yesterday afternoon, and is. If the hair is falling out and turning WILL BE JL0SED OUT AT FIRE PRICES Mrs. Armilda Elkin, died at the thing extremely laughable, m nothing rough or uncouth . The There was no outbrake between the the guest of Mrs Mary Neal, of gray, the glands of the skin needs stimJea MADISOX .CIRCUIT COURT. Lome of her husband, R. II. Elkin, iMen's Pants Any Price. Men's Suits Any Price. and the best remsongs and dances were especially-good- . two families at that time, but many East Maxwell 1 Mrs. N. B. Gold- ulating and CZELOTZHZIHNrGf-John J. Jones. &c. Plaintiff. ollge Hill, Friday, Oct. 30th, aged Boys' and Children's nle Suits 50 cents. Messrs. White & Bush are to bitter things were said, and the old en, of Richmond Kj-.- , and daughter. edy and stimulant is Hall's Hair Against alwut C5 years. She had been ill for Youths' Suits almost given away. be congratulated on having secured feud which begun years ago, was Mrs. D. E. James, of 70 Christie St., Mary A. Jones. Defendant some time. fanned into flame again. John have returned from Wichita, Kan.," 'Hair Restore! to Natural Color. such a troop. persons having claims against tfie I A Fine Yield ol Pumpkins. Hargis went to Bcattyvillo Saturday and other points where they have estate of Marcellus Jones, are hereby Second Crop of Grapes.. to attend the Republican rally, and been visiting relatives. Lexington Mr. Billie Adams, who resides notified to file the same legally erifiul, 1 have used many preparations for 's Men's Shoes, all sizes, very cheap. Boys' school shoes any price. Mr. John Doty brought to this was on his way homo with a numwith the undersigned on or before tho down on tho Kentucky river, grew a Iieader. shoes 20 cents up. LADIES' SHOES Ladies' shoes to closejffdia hair to natural color, bat never 15 day of November, 1896,- or same will office on last Friday, two small ber of other citizens of Breathitt and 25 cents up. Ladies' slippers any price. feet pumpkin vino seventy-thre- e Miss Helen Terrill and Miss Ballard, had satisfactory tesulta till I used Zulu be barred. 8. K. SCOTT. grapes gathered from his Lee counties, and was near Three long, with two branches the same bunches of 21 M. C M. C. C. growth of the Forks City when he drew a pistol on of Kichmond, are guests of Miss Cora Vulier; it will restore any hair or beard TlCIark's 0. N. T. Spool Cotton,. 3 spools, 1'jc. length. The total yield of tho vine" arbor, the second to its natural color in three weeks. If it -season. The first crop was gathered Cardwell. Conductor Thomas Shel- Wilcox. Bourbon News. LSjjftl was 850 pounds of pumpkins. Miss Belle Bennett, President of the does not they return your.money, so you in July, and Immediately after, the by wrenched tho weapon from his THia For Sale or Garrison Dead. Ladies' Dress Goods, all kinds, very cheap. Percale shirt wralsto 25c. all blooms on the second crop appeared, hand and started into tho other Parsonage and Home Mission Society, take no risks. People who have never sizes Ladies' wraps, all prices. Ladies' hoEe, 5c. up. Children's hose, M Jacob Garrison, residing four miles and now has about two dozen bunch- compartments of the coaeh. Just as left here this morning to preside over tried it can get a sample package "which two pair, 5c. contains enough to restore any one's East of Richmond on the Irvine es of the second crop ripe, and they he reachrd the door he looked back the annual meeting cf the society, to be My residence and of land hair to natural color, by sending 21 pike, died Tuesday morning from a are as firm, and nice as the first crop. and saw Hargis had secured another held at Little Rock, Ark., this week. stamps, to pay postage, cct., to Wil- grass. West 3Iain street, Richmond. gun-shwound inflicted by Charles Mr. W. G. Shearer brought us pistol, and was in the act of shooting Mr. and Mrs. John Alverson, of - 15 C. II. PIGG James on Oct 25. The history of the seven bunches of a second crop. at him for taking the first pLstol Washington, D. C, are visiting his son & Co., New Concord, Ohio. The regnlar price is $2. 50 per package. fikooang was published inlastweek's His vines are three years old and away. He dodged behind the door, mother, Mrs. MatHe Alverson, on High mmi If it docs not restore your hair to naturSpcks, 5c; ('UMAX. Suspenders, 5c; Shirts, 23o,f. have borne the second crop two and before Hargis could fire, Handkerchiefs, 5c. street. l, al color, or make any color of hair dark Notice years in succession. Ssddls Thief Arrested. M1S3 Alice Lloyd and a number of who was standing only a Very Cheap. er in three weeks, they will return your 111 Goes to Utah. beyond him, shot him in the young ladies of Madison Institution, ac- stamps. This proposition is so fair that officer Allman ar On last Fridav mm is with much regret that our breast. Although mortally wound- companied by Thos. Pickels, Hood Lit- thousands are using it. It is harmless, rested and lodged in jail Alexander It the creditors of Carrie Hai;t Campbell, colored, chargd with steal- people learn of the intended depart- ed Hargis quickly turned and shot tle, Robt Riggs, John Turley and Nev-i- ll but never fails. Why can't bl, money man are hereby notified to fUt midst of Capt. H. S. ! Moberley, vent by special car to be made by selling Zulu Vulier from ing two saddles from June McKtn-nc- y ure from our his excellent family. at Cardwell, the bullet taking effect Wygant and ineir cinims wmi ine unuersizneii on last county court day. Camp- Capt. Wygant came to our city al- Jn his arm. Calloway Cundiff. a Torrent last Saturday, where the' en- - house to houEe? properly Torlfled, on or before Noif. (2) bell was tried .Thursday and given four most four years ago to take cjiarge passenger, was shot in the wrist, jayved a pleasant day. 5, 1S9G, or the same will be bsrredj 2 af thr Military department of Cen- being struck by the same bullet that Rev. J. R. Boatman, of Madison F. CORZELXUS, 1 U.IL. months in the county jail. Am .Important Difference. TrusteeJ a tral University; also drilling a class through Cardwell's arm. county, was here Saturday and jtHMft. Large Tomahawk. To make it apparent to thousands, of young ladies at Madison Institute. passed mm died, within a few rrtimttes preached at the First "Christian who think themselves ill, that they are m m j useless to say anything in praise Hargis went back to Bcattyvillo Mr. GeorzeT. Wiley, of TooseVt left It for they are too Cardwell i church Saturday nighU WInceester not afllictcd with any disease, bnt that in this office on Monday last a very largo of this familyour people, and if any and gave himself up" to tho ShurifF of Democrat. well known to C. MILLER, MANAGER the system simply needs cleansing, is to Indian liatchct CM.SHEARIR, SALESMAN. would go toward persuading i word --i Hargis was a distant - Br. And Mrs. A. "WiUres' Rm'ith lirinc onmfott home to their'hewrtft. fl c jU It is one of the finest specimens of them to remain with us, how quick ."7 - M0 ?M-- r. ., . '4 ,,..--.,,-Henrys Hargis, f this havelssuedinvitafionirto-tBolr-crys-Triak, YaliMf aid T Iv-- t" . St, MefaBMi, Xj . a. ceeuve conuuioitissHry eareu.ey 061112 cure sieK, usadaefte, granite tomahawk W3 have Eeea. Mr. all "would be in saying, stay. Our relative of ;. Z r - y S.T. '(t tfie 'j r .i beeoieir&Hl &&rTJ?llb i. ManufoeteiiljjMbe taste Ja pKUii Vte stomach, W a 1 K best wishes go with the CapUinhls place. L. P. Evans has secsred it ami Trill put tai.xeuuini:, imiw wilt tongue, 1 handsome "vrifo,nd three tiacreu wul iadtgortioa. Do it with his valBaWe cdllectioa el Indian j6y to UijUiYwhera lie will jlu Jh rrifes! N ST gjfg IAficeieler mt hot taM twtfr' tfM& J " -- vtc5 n lehca. j$F,Jf regiment, t,att u.&.a;j Lz?--l s W WUJ p WM TWA m :,I ?i rxfflUsSs JJ Ifrir' Pl' -- t. Norris Bros, report about 1 ,500 cattle at the pens and some sold at 3 and 3K cents. Others sold at from 2J to 3 cants. Jack. Sewcll, the Life Saver. port Bryan and Sewall, a political prejudice existed against it so great that it would be unablo to get justice in that county it was granted a change of venue to this county. Stanford Journal. Grand Barbecue at Valley View. 1 It-- - t- Foley's Honey and Tar does not claim Macintoshes, rubber, etc. Agency to performed miracles. It doea not offered. Free Samples. Cash Com- claim to cure all cases of consumption or missions. Many Students earn large asthma. But it does claim to give comfort and relief in advance stages of money from this business. Manufacthese diseases and to usually euro early tory P. 0. 1371. New- York. It. stages. It is certainly worth trying by those afllictcd or threatened with these dread disease W. G. White. 1 PERSONALS to know that when suf VniT 0UKnt from any kidney trouble VJ U ferjnjj that a b.fe, sure remedy is Foley's Honey Woolstein r has returned from Cure , xjmnte' or money tefufHed. U. White. . In Mrs. John Mersium visited in George Craft was forced to leave a Stanford last week. Chicago hotel, during the Worlds Fair Capt. Bell has returned from a for not paying his bill, and his trunk visit to Lawronceburg. was kept, hut never opened until last 0 S. H. Stone came up from week, when it was found to contain Auditor Agents Wanted. i - pains and possibly raved us from nn untimely grave. We would not rest easy over night without it in the house." This remedy undoubtedly saves mom pain and suffering than any other medicine in the world. Every family slioul 1 keep it in the house, for it is sure to be needed sooner or later. For sale by T. S. Hagan. 1822 oh t Foil to Attend The Auction Everybody indebted to us will call at once and settle their accounts. This is the last notice. Don't let anyone persuade you to take anything else instead of Simmon's Liver Regulator. Some merchants will try to do this but not for your good. TI ey do it to make a little more profit on some thing "fean inftrior qcfli'' - thnui&J you must pay just as much tor ttnj bad as for the good. Be sure to take Simmon's Liver Regulator and nothin z else. Look for the Red Z on every package. "- H n Si Ej Iftl $TR innnnnnnnonnnnnnnnnnnnt T I $30-00- I I uj m B.iBilBlap Lt I i 1 over-flowin- g, :?-- silver---McKinle- y te three-year-ol- d T ps lip one-ce- nt iENT HUSIASM? fill Sin ex-Circ- kj pa ()tl lira TO IT-- - 22-2- o 22-2- Ibbt THAT'S WHY 11 IE ts New-Yor-k pal BECAUSE well-mad- e, pi I gjsrjafjsjjsjjisjisj'gja ar5fBJElMJBhiJla 1t 22-2- 5 EraaniarfyJsrfEfiEiasfsr inpiilraBrrBfraTrrin s, CLOSING OUT SALE AT , xi bj sfl FIRE STORE. WM,U&lk lip ls m 1 mWm&Mm MMB Mwwm color-foo- d, Re-new- 2vE2nT7S- SHOES BOYS'. jShil-dren- - sp ortsDS , two-ce- nt ot MEN'S FURNISHINGS. !V pa Csild-wel- few-fe- et to Creditors. Eats MILdMNBR-T- ' 50G II RIBBONS. OF ALL. KINDS CHEAPHEiRY KbEIR 1- SOW, lata 19-2- Leo-count- y. .- - ihly .- iuH'w3H Mmm&-i,-' t : Moods-- mm 3 ft nwutii.-eeaJed - .v S. lap ff JJ J. 1I1I? muh'h llr -- TO - 11 'f . 2 T U - - ' 1 it u-- c.. rfe 'riV-jJK- i t- - . o t M i h"V RES -- - - , - w; -- t -,- ?- ' ntShoWsthvoufh "KENTtTCKt Ys ' - .. K o J. NEWS. Ulj brought here Thursday evening and lodged ia jail charged wilh killing Ilenry Beard in the Otter Creek sec- committee. Tuesday gave out the fol-KILLED IN A CAR. tion of this (Larue) county. Pierce lowing final poll of the state. By conJohn HargU Shot and Killed by Jerry did the shooting, and it is reported gressional districts it is an follows: MeKlnley. Hryan. that it was deliberate murder. Pierce DUtrlCL CardweU. the Krsult of an Old Fend. 8.C03 Jackson--, Ky., Nov: ii. One of the is a tough character, having served a Tint'. 1,500 Second most sensational shooting scrapes ever term in the United States prison, and Third 1,500 it r r .ro ir a ! Ml y--t i. m r "3. Wednesday night in Louisville, tho stronghold of the gold democrats of Kentucky. He spoko in the Auditorium and the audience which listened to the distinguished Kentuckian was even greater than that which had assembled to do honor to Palmer and occurring' in this section was that on has been in serious trouble several Fourth 1.U00 Buckner when they were notified of 8.UH the Lexington and Kastcrn railway times before. Heard was a married Fifth their nominations in the Auditorium !,BM Sixth train near Three Forks City, on its re- man, and leaves a large family. Mr. Seventh I.tXW last month. turn to this place, resulting in the in- Beard was a farmer, and was one of Hgoth 1.MJ At 8 o'clock every isle and doorway stant killing of John 0. Ilargis. The the best citizens in that section. I.8X) Ninth was jammed and thcro were about 8 Tenth train was crowded with people returnKilled With a Stone. 7,000 people in tho building, which was '.. 13.S0) , ElCTeolh ing from the republican rally fit Newport, Oct. 30 Thomas beautifully decorated with the naand there was more or less liyan, aged Ky., single, of SOT Ann 10.301) SS.10J Totals 34, tional colors. drinking. Mclvliley's malirltv. I7.8X) street, Newport, O ie of the features of tho evening Jerry CardwelL the regular marshal head w ith a stonowas struck on the The election of Breckinridge for conWednesday night parade of on the road, in some way became ingress in IbeSeventh district is claimed was theMoney club, tho members of lie died from the effects of the volved in a quarrel with Hargis. at 8:30 Thursday morning. tho wound by 7a0 majority. The other districts Sound Soon after which occupied scats on the stage. 1'istols were drawn- An his death a warrant was out will elect congressmen by the normal fs says Cardwell did the shoot-- l against ALL TOLL GATES Pat Canfleld, of near Fourth presidential majorities. that killed Ilargis, while shots Between Frankfort and Owenton to Be CHARGED WITH MURDER, were fired from other parts of the and Saratoga streets, charging him with murder. Ryan had gone to Itebullt. rar. After Harris was shot he pur--s Drostc's saloon at Fourth and Saratoga Dr. I'.irkrr nnil Miss 1 lr.- - McNeal On Frankfort, Ky., Oct 29. At a meetd CardweU through the car, firing at YfllUiiintiurf;, Ky. trill bucket ing of the directors of the Frankfort at him, then came back and took his streets for a out of of beer. .lust after Wili.Iamsiuiro. Ky., Oct 2S. On the tho saloon s at and very shortly let drop his pistol he steppedthe head with a stone.he was morning of October 11 the burned body nnd Owenton Turnpike- Co. all tho struck on gates between hero and Owenton were and died. CardweU is also wounded in of a child was found six miles ordered rebuilt, and toll was ordered Kill a Kentucky Farmer. t iree plac:s and is now at lleatty ville, from Corbin. Warrants were sworn collected as hcreto'ore, except at the HonoENViliK, Ky., Oct. 30. George where he went and gave himself up to ont for Dr. Parker, of Corbin, and T. Pierce, an the oflicors. States convict, Miss Eliza McNeal, a school teacher of big double gate kept by Shad Long, The parties are of the most prom- shot and killed Henry Beard, a farmer this county, charging them with mur- two miles from this city. His wife is inent in this county. Ilargis was a of Otto Creek, Thursday afternoon. der. The trial wax begun before Judge critically ill and a riot might cause her merchant at Elkatawa. son of Senator Pierce and John Howell, who is supHemphill, police judge of Williams- death. directors have placed men in The John G. Ilargis, deceased, and broth- posed to be an accomplice, were ar- burg, Monday afternoon and consumed charge of the gates with instructions A. IL. and James rested, and there is some fear of a most of Tuesday. er to The accused have toll and to protect the propHargi , one of the largest mcr-ch-a mob. Beard was shot in the back. Mood well in the community and the to collect erty at all hazards. Should further is town CardweU ts here. people do not believe then guilty. At tollgate outrages bo attempted trouble Schools Cloyed. marshal at Jackson and a son of Denton, Ky., OzL 33. Nearly all present much excitement uow ex'sts, will follow. The directors have inforThomas CardweU, a nephew and the court room has been crowded mation from people along the road that of Maj. O. N. CardweU, of Winchester the public schools throughout tho w 1th eager liste-icrall afternoon. county have been closed The teachthey know who the regulators are, and Fitzpat-jiik- , and a nephew of Thomas F. A Kentucky Wager. ers have been instructed by committhe rioters will be summoned to appear democratic candidate for congress Lexington. Ky., Oct. 2S. A Lexing- before the magistrate's court in a fow in this, the Tt nth district. Ilargis was tees of both parties to make political speeches for their candidates. More ton girl proposes if Hryan is elected days. burled here Sunday. than a hundred speeches by teachers president to leave home some time in Men Hired to Egg Carlisle. k:ntucky pensions. will be made in this county before No- January, 1S07, on a begging tour, and Covington, Ky., Oct 29. Pug to moke her way south, remaining 3. a Cincinnati man, is serving out The List of Kentucky l'eople TT ho Ilave vember away from home until she has accu- a fine of S3 and costs in tho Covington Citn-In the Art. Krcclred Attention In the Pension McKek, Ky., Oct. 30. An attempt t mulated 5500. If McKinley wins, the jail. It has leaked out that Javins taker of her wager must furnish her and two other Cincinnati men named Washington', Not. 2. Tho following break jail was thwarted here by Depwith which to make a pleasure Dwyer and Armstrong, were hired to Kentuckians have been pensioned: uty Jailer John Fowler. James Robb Original Abram Eoby, Onton, Web- and William white, two desperato trip south during the winter months. throw eggs at Carlisle. Who their emster; Walter Whitinghill, Owensboro, young characters, had secured tools .llnru ployers were they will not say. Each Daviess; special October 21, Lewellyn and sawed out of their cells. They Ft.' Thomas, Ky.. Oct 2& At the of them got S5 for the work, and whowere in drills at '. Bush, Lexington, Tayettc. liSupplemental Andrew Glass, Peck's opening the act of leaving through an companyregimental Ft Thomas, follow- ever should hit Carlisle in theonhead made in the outer wall when ing the drill. Private John was to get 830. A barkeeper Mt discovered. Ridge. Fleming. Spayd's leg was broken and he was Adams is said to have handled tho otherwise severely injured. He is a money. Restoration and Increase Special, Quarreled Over a Game. B, and the member October 21, John M. Brown (deceased), Married In a Blacksmith Shop. Owensuoro, Ky., Oct. 30. Wm.Whor-lc- y order to of Company given hewhen into charge was ran Fairp.ay, Adair. Brownsville, Ky., Oct 29. J. C. and S.las Clark, both colored, quar- n hitching raclc Ho was unconscious Special, Restoration and Frost and Sarah E. Jaggers were marreled over a game of poker Wednesday October 21, Lewis Carr (deceased), night. Whorley shot Clark. Whorley for some time. ried in - .hlaqksmith shop h"Paris. ISourbon. iVi Isctstri-'Ilc- i J.',itred. local minister of the surrendered, leaving Clark in tlf increase Clayton Phillips, Uarrods-bur- woo Is near the city. Clark has pt Louisville, Ky., Oct 23. Tom Kel- Baptist church was superintending Mercer. yet been found by the police, w"11 --- ly and Tom McKenzie, the two least im-- some work at the shop. When the Reissue George Cooper, Louisville, lievc that he is dead. irtant prisoners of the lot that broke young couple requested to be married Jefferson. jul Sunday night, were captured at work was stopped nt the forge just Reissue Increase Magnus and Mormon Klderj Ordered Ont. their homes in this city, but the prison- long enough for the knot to be tied. Ashland, Ky., .Oct. 33. Reports ers under heavy sentences, including Tales Frankfort, Franklin. Original Widows, Etc Special, Oc- from Elliott coaaty state that th opJailer Watts Must Answer. the United States convicts, are still at Louisville, Ky., Oct 29. Judge tober 21, Mary J. Brown, Fairplay, position toiVradvance of ths Mormon large. religion "becoming violent through-outJ?l- e Barr, in the United States court, WedAdair. .J1 -Mexican War Widows Amelia Smith, nesday afternoon, issued a rule against entire country, and that all Pendleton, Ilenry. Jailer Watts requiring him to appear ciders have been frightened out o Hthe county. Several fights have taken LITTLE HOPE before that court on next Saturday to WITHOUT PROVOCATION. place. For the Democrats to the Elections to Fill show cause why he should not be pun" ished for allowing United States prisdimes Ilnrlce. a Necro, Kill VEtS"-- Shea Vacancies In Kentucky Legislature. Yih.n of Deadly Iowder. In Krntnck oners to escape from his custody. Ky , Oct 31 Ky., Oct. SO. Mrs. Geo. is unFrankkokt. It McKinnev. Wimjavstown, Ky.,'Nor. 2. James Cliff, of Wayresbursr, wns looking fortunate for the Kentucky democracy Democrats Claim Kentucky by a Large Burke, a Ncgrf oftlus county, shotand through an old trun:c when she di&civ-ereMajority. that nearly all the vacancies in the killed Petpr Snea near Lusby's Mills, Louisville, Ky., Oct 29 Chairman legislature to be tilli-- next week are a pack igo of gr tyish po v ler. Oivei jjounty. It is said Burke met Shea She smelled it to tell wh it it was. A in districts that are largrly republican Sommers, of the democratic state camroad and told him that he had few minutes or democratic by a very narrow mar-- g paign committee, has given out a statesh : tVli to tin floor. decided to kill a man, and he wasn't par- Her li'c has latr dc;ptircJ of. n. 'I here are eight vacancies to bo ment, in which he says that Bryan's ben ticular who it as. Then drawing a filled, nnd the republicans now have vote in Kentucky, outside of Louis. revolver, he fired with deadly effect. nallroids t'otnpln'n of Ttx-ville, will show a plurality of from C5 members of tha legislature, while it Burke then escaped to this county, folruANKFonr. Ky.. Oct. 3) The Louislakes 70 to elect 1 herefore they will 25,000 to 30,000 ovcrHhat for McKinley. lowed by a mob organized by the ville and Nashvill the Cieapake h ive to elect seven out of the eight to Shot Ills Daughter's Lover. friends of Shea. It was reported that and Ohio, the Nashville, Chattanooga, secure the coveted 70. Paintsville. Ky., Oct 29. At Dale, they captured Burke near Keefer and St. Louis and Padueah and the TennesThe successor to Hon. R. U. Moss, of Floyd county, John Frazier, while athanged him without ceremony. This, see and Alabama railroads asked the Larue county. Is sure to be a demo- tempting to elope with the daughter of is a mistake. He was arrestcommissioner 'Ihursday howevr. railroad crat, nnd unless George Madden, demo- Wm. Reynolds, was overtaken by the ed an has been taken to Louisville morniug for a lov.fr valuation. crat, can squeeze through as Senator father and shot twice. Frazier shot for sa'ekeeping. Wesslnger's successor in Reynolds in the breast Both are badrati! I'ulttlol Kmv. Killed III filrl'a rather. Ashland, Ky., Oct. 31. In a political there seems but little chance for tho ly wounded. PiiKSTOMiEHG. Ky., Nov. 2. Bud t'emocrats to fill nnothi-- r one of tho row at Toll Gate Raiders at Work. Tt ynolds, the distiller, young Prestonburg, Floyd county, a vacancies. man named Marrs fatall3' Owenton, Ky., Oct 29 The toll who was shot in the abdomen Tuesday stabbed r.n aggressive young republicSenator Blackburn's friends are gate mobs continued their outrages in who was a suitor an named Peary, who died within a working hard to elect Madden, and night by Tom this county, demolishing four addifo- - the hand of Reynold's daughter, is think they may be able tospring a sur- tional poles, one within half a mile of home on Bull creek. few moments after the cutting. ieal :it his prise in a republican county. Unless this place. Threats have been made Moore cscajed a ter the shooting, althe democrats can elect two out of that every gate in the county will bo ArtTcrtMni A;ent Arretted. though he had three severe wounds. Ky., 0;t. 33. W. F. Critight vacancies a republican will Iki cut down. If Moore is caught it is more than like- tenden, an itinerant advertising agent, lected to succeed Blackburn in tho Sawed Their V.'ay Out of Jail. ly he will be treated to a ncck.ie party. is under arrest hc-It is charged he a nute. Brownsville, Ky., Oct 29. Six priscontricted for advertisements on 2,000 Snw a Whole Centnry. OFFICIALS DISCHARGED oners sawed their way out of the counilAKHornuno, Ky., Nov. 2. Mrs. hotel blotters, printed 10, collected the ty jail Wednesday afternoon and eslly tho Administration Hecause They Adeline Hancock, tho oldest and one money and skipped out. caped. One, Charles Jones, was awaitltryati and Silver. o the most interesting personages in ( r!s and a liny. Tun Richmond, Ky., Oct 31. Friday Hon. ing trial for murder. The others were this county, died Saturday night. She Weight, Ky., Oct. 30. Mrs. Susan held for minor offenses. A. T. Chenanlt and J. J. Brooks rewas lorn in Virginia on Christmas Childress, of Elkhorn, Pike county, Tollgate Keeper Shot. day. 1793, and had lived near this place gave birth to triplets two girls and a ceived letters of dismissal from ComCorinth, Ky., Oct 29. News reaches for 90 j ears. She was an inveterate boy. At three births ,Mrs. Childress missioner Jas. S Millcrat Washington, smoker, and smoked a few moments gave birth to eight children and all are because they have been advocating here that all the tollgates on the OwenHryan and silver. These gentlemen ton and Stamping Ground pike were before passing away. demg well. have been democrats, Mr. torn down. A fight ensued, in which o. erpt .Mercnnt8 AMlcn. Caught In a licit. of the legis- Perry Fields, a gatekeeper, was shot Somerset, Ky., Oct. 3a J. I. Haley lature.being an Ashland, Ky., Nov. 2. Willie Van Mr. Brooks has done untold and fatally injured. Boose, aged S years, was caught in the & Son, merchants engaged in the dry go xl for the party. They are among Horses and Mules Burned. belt on a line shaft while playing at goods, boots and shoes, made a ,en the original silver men in this section, Bowling Green, Ky., Oct. 29. The tne saw mill of the Mahan Lumber Co., eral assignment for the benefit of nnd were also among the first who ma before the machinery could be creditors. Assets and liabilities not Wire appointed as storekeepers and large barn of M. J. Collett, in tho Three Springs vicinity, was destroyed stopped an arm was broken in two known. gangers in the Eighth district under by fire Wednesday morning with nine places and internal injuries that are After Illicit Dldtlllem. the present administration. Their head of horses and mules and 309 bales Lexington, Ky , Oct. 30. Arrangefeared to be fatal were sustained. f Mends are very indignant, und, in fact, of hay. dements are being made to send a Another Co red Hoy lu tho Ten. tho whole democratic organisation Fuankfokt, Ky., Nov. 2. Andrew tachment of revenue officers to Mor- here. The dismissal was Bent through Senator Blackburn Speaks at Oirensboro. Oivensboko, Ky., Oct 29. Scnalor gan, l.lliott and Magoffin counties to Collector C. II. Rodes, who is himself a Ross, a colored boy of 11 years, from Blackburn spoke here Wednesday afup a number of illicit stills. Mercer county, sentenced for one year red-hgold man. ternoon in answer o Secretary Carfor putting an obstruction on a railGetft Kiehteen Mnnthft. Mr. Black lisle's speech on Monday. C. SECRETARY CARLISLE way track, was received at the peniLouisville, Ky., Oct. 30. II. tentiary Saturday morning. He is Coekrcl, who defrauded wholesale Closes Ills Kenturky Campaign and Re- burn was extremely bitter in his remarks. hrce and a half feet tall and weighs merchants while running a store at turns to Washington. 6 pounds. 18 months Kentucky 1'ostmasters. Lebanon, got a sentence of Lexington, Ky., Oct 31. Secretary Washington, Oct 2a The followfor fraudulent use of the mails. The Courier J lgnre(. John O. Carlisle closed his Kentucky Louisville, Ky.. Nor. 2. The politcampaign with a speech in the opera ing postmasters were appointed in Monument to Son. ical editors of the Courier Journal figAshland, Ky., Oct. 33. A monument house Friday afternoon to 3 000 Kentucky Tuesday. J. A. Hayes, Gra3-socounty; W. Marcum, ures out McKinley's plurality in to the memory of Gen. Albert Lewis, people, all that could get in. Exat 2,000 brsed upon private fig- who commanded the whites in tho fa- cursion trains were run from all Oneida, Clay county; W. E. Brack, ures ard republican chairmen of the mous battle of Point Pleasant in 1774, points in the Blue Grass and the Short Creek, Grayson county. eleven congressional districts. town was also full of silver men who is proposed at Point Pleasant. Derrick Blown to Pieces. came to hear Senator Blackburn anBowling Green, Ky., Oct 23. A ARliiiitd by au Unknown Mtn. Died of Ills tVoumm. Benton, Ky., Nov. 2 Daisy SulliLancaster, Ky., Oct. 30. Nathan swer Mr. Carlisle's speech Friday torpedo lowered into an oil well on van, aged 18 years, daughter of J. M. Middleton, the boy who was accident- night Mr. Carlislo was introduced by Philip Huffman's farm prematurely exSullivan, living four miles north oi ally shot by Ray Anderson, died here. Col. W. a P. Breckinridge. lie spoke ploded Tuesday. The derrick was for an hour and twenty minutes and blown to pieces, but no one was inhere, was assasinated by an unknown Carlisle Goes to Lexlnc'on. was given most respectful attention. jured. man. Bloodhounds arc on his trail. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 30. Secretary Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle left Friday evenHad on Five Shirts. Carlisle left for Lexington Thursday ing over the Chesapeake & Ohio for Death Front Diphtheria. Paducaii, Ky.. Oct 23. George WatLexington, Ky., Nov. 2. In Bath afternoon. He speaks there Friday. Washington. son, of Louisville, was jailed here for county an epidemic of diphtheria is larceny. He had on five shirts and flouncing All the Scholars. Scarlet Fever at Xjairrenceburg. raging and a number of deaths have Lawkenceburo, Ky., Oct 28. ScarLancaster, Ky., Oct 3L The graded said he stole them in order to get in occurred. In the vicinity of Prestun let fever has broken out here, a third school at this place, from present pros- iail. as he lmd no other nlaro to era. the disease is specially virulent. Itlchrst Man In Kentucky Dead. case being reported as genuine Tuespects, will soon be something of the Colden Tfeddlnc. Paducaii, Ky., Oct 29. B n. Wisday. Strict quarantine will be kept to past The leading taxpayers decline Lancaster, Ky., Oct. 33. Mr. and to pay their taxes, upon the grovnd dom, reputed to be the wealthiest man Mrs. Moses Collier celebrated their prevent the spread of the disease. that the school is not legal. Then, in Kentucky, died Wednesday night Clrrnlt Court at Nlchnlasvllle. golden wedding in this city. 77. Nicholasville, Ky., Oct 23. The too, a number of young ladies and after a brief illness, aged boys have been expelled from the October term of the circuit court conBoy Convicts Pardoned. vened here, with Judge T. J. Scott school for comparatively nothing, it is Frankfort, Ky.. Oct 29. Gov. Bradsaid. week IS have been sent ley pardo "d Wm. Ashsr and Roland This presiding. The criminal docket is the nway for some small action that would Check, two boy convicts recently sent smallest known in many years.' hardly have been noticed, it is alleged, he-- e from Laurel county. Knocked Out Ills Kyr. in any other school. Lancaster, Ky., Oct 23. Joseph Fresh Trouble for the Sultan. Brown, a farmer, knocked out an feye Believes lie Was Totsoned. Constantinople, Oct 29. All the Newport, Ky., Octal. Wm.TniRty, of Miller Denny, a colored man, because Denny called him a vile name at confined in the Newport jail under in- workmen at the arsenal struck Wedof a rally. dictment for perjury nt the trial of nesday because of the wages. Scott Jackson for the murder of Tearl arrears in Onelo Ja.on" Itailly Hurt. Bryan, was close to deaths door FriWRionT, Ky., Oct 2S. "Uncle JaKentucky CJuards Out of n Jnb. day night, and his illness was so sudd son' Webb, aged 77, one of the Frankfort, Ky., Ojt 27. Warden family of Webbs, was thrown den and peculiar that his belief that Hancock has dismissed Guards Golden, from his horse Tuesday and seriously an attempt hod been made to poison of Knox count-- , and Pearl, of Laurel, FAIR SAILINO him is at lrast worthy of a careful in- who were on duty last Friday night through life for the person who keeps in hurt vestigation. and by their negligence allowed Conhealth. With a torpid liver and the impure Cotell Likely to Get a New Trial. victs Vivlon and Lawrence to escape. blood that follows it, yoa are an easy prey 28. The supreme Columbus, O., Oct. to all sorts of ailments. That 1 They are charged witli hiving contrib" nit Off Ills Nose. court Tuesday morning granted a mofeeling is the first that your livei uted to the escape of the noted Reeves Corinth, TCy., Oct 31. Quito a serition to file a petition in error in the isnt doing its work. That is the time to take Dr. Pierce's Gold-ecase of Romulus Cotell, the murderer ous difficulty occurred on the Owen brothers also, which occurred a few . Medical Discovery. As an appetizing, case will be ad- pike, five miles from here, in which weeks ago. of the Stones. restorative tonic, to repel disease and build vance I for an 3he early hearing. From a man named Smith bit off the nose of tip the seeded flesh and strength, there's nothing to equal it. It rouses every organ this there is little doubt that Cotell Andy Simpson. Simp ton walked four THE MARKETS. into healthful action, purifies and enriches will get a new trial on the hearing of miles to his home, and found his nose lodged in his waistcoat Tho doctors the blood, braces up the whole system, and the case on its merits. ClSCIfNATL Oct. 3L restores health and vigor. operated on him. Hogs Select shippers, J3 JO 3.10 select Greater Than First Krported. butchers. $130ftaS5:'f!r to good packers, Physician Injured by n Illcycle. DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC DIARRHEA. Xenia, O., Oct 28. It now appears Covinoton, Ky., Oct 31. Dr. E M. $1.333.25: fair to good light, J1263HJ; comHiss Sarah Gibson, of Saco, Bradford that the alleged shortage in the Cedar-vill- e ti gool shippers. tltO 10; nnnt, a prominent physician, was run mon and roughs, to 50 ad 15. CATTLr Fair Co.,Vf., writes:" I C2v3b l bank is greater than first thought over by a bicycle and very seriously in- extras, cannot speak too It is said to have reached S5.000. NothtU5aL: good to caoico butchers', highly ofyour Family 5s H503L0J; fair to medium butchers', jured. Concussion of the brain ing has been heard from Cashier ClemMedicines. Foryears feared. His mind is a total blank as 3.10; oemmon. Lulmbs Sheep: Sheep and J suffeted with stomens, who disappeared. Extrai, 82 8V3 to tho nccident The rider sped away 3.03. good to choice, $iiat75; ach trouble; it ben came so very bad I fair, 1.73il'.Il California has shipped 10,000 tons of without stopping. Limbs: Kxtr.is. U0$l.l3: not eat the good to choice, t3.353 85: common to fair. 3 CO could wheat to India at good prices, and this Thrown From Ills Horse. slightest food without is believed to be but the beginning of a Richmond, Ky.. Oct 31. While es t3JA CALVES Pair to goad light, S5.0D r 1 00; V EAL terrible distress. I began taking your largo nnd profitable trade in the sajneH corting hi3 sweetheart home, Edgar- - choice, 16.50: common end lanje, fiuiSLSO. medicines, as you ad, direcotm. Chicago Oct 31. Goocii, of Jsee Licic, vas thrown irom vised, and now can Calls on When a railw'ay line runs north and a horse against a tree, breaking his last price neccmbcr wheat opened at 7IJfc. eat almost anything I Put south, on the track on which tho trains thigh, dislocating his shoulder and in- TSJJe; last 71'c 7I)J,V. opned at 7.c. soli ut want. I have taken prJCB about one dozen bot"VST run from the south the eastern rail will juring him internally. Ills recovery is . Calls oa Mjy corn op?ncl a. 2s. o!d at tles of Dr. Pierce' . . Ziiic: last price tsse. Puts oioacJ atac. wear out first, and on the other line doubtful. Mas Gibson. Golden TtferUml n? sold at SS&c; last priio ifcSc the western. ovtiy. I also Suffered fnrttire ,l. diasapjlis. Ind., 0:t 31. . ' Assigns. x chronic diarrhea; could get no heln till I CATTLE Usual fiu!et .Saturday markrt. Recent insurance statistics show MnxEBSBCKQ, Ky., Oct 30. L. H. s.e.. mt ut ui ji. ricicc-- jompouna Bogs Market active and &c bl:h r. gooJ to Extract of that if the wife dies first the husband Letton, pacinghorse ,breeder dozen caateemaium and hearr, f 14&&U5: mixed. bottles cared me. I have also Ukea Dr. on as average survives niae years: Bier, assigned. Assets,. 309 acres, of j J&r,eBiBealtctus, Rii&iSi iPierce's favorite Prescriptisa for fminli llelit. abkuaanLs nvanf while if the husband dies first the wife luefri luirl "and live stoat: llsibUi-- 1, Bir-HCflitJJeat-tyvil- le Non-Partiseye-wit-- ttft Xaira From An Prtt of Commouwealth. Charged IT lth Murder. HoDQEJmi.i.E, Ky., Oct. SO. George Toll Pierce and John Ilowell were v Claim 17,800 Majority MeKlnley. Louisville, Ky., Oct 28. Chairman Roberts, of the renubllcan emnnairm The. Republican -- for IrCKENTUCKY. t IN LOUISVILLE. Secretary "Carlisle Addresses 'a Larjre Audience In the Auditorium. LouisviiXK, Ky., Oct 29. Secretary of the Treasury John G. Carlisle spoko USED A CANE.- A Newspaper Man Assaulted by One of Joe Itlnckburn's Friends. 2 &&2M&&VVtt?G&GttG'$tt& n Louisville, Ky., Oct 27. Cnpt Jim Williams, one of Blackburn's friends, whose presence at Frankfort necessitated tho militia "at the capital last d winter, made an assault at the hotclMonday night upon Eugene W. Newman, a well known Washington correspondent known by the "Savoyard." de plume of Dom Newman was struck twice from the rear with a cane, and once while he lay on the floor of the Willard hotel lobby. Mr. Newman did not know Williams, nor did ho speak to him. Williams had ovcrhoanl Mr. Newman and some friends discussing the causes which brought about Blackburn's defeat, and as Mr. Newman turned to leave Williams followed him and assaulted him. Mr. Newman will prosecute Williams. Wil-lar- FRE BUTTC , , IB " 1 AN ELEGANT BITT0N FREE ;:UP STAIRS 9 ) B && vvaggygy.vasgv s? ( i ) 3 0) (9 with each package of 0 o) ? (9 . IN V GHflKGE OF ) ) C) ruj H Li .FLOR ' AGAIN, Poor O il Tom Thinks He Is, and Wants to Be Sold Will B Tried for Lunacy. Lexington, Ky.. Oct 27. Thomas Jackson, the aged keeper of Potter's field, presented himself to Constable Bob Stivers, in Athens township, Monday, with the request that he be put on the block and sold to "some good white man." His reason is gone. Ho imagines he is a slave, and that he is to be sent "down south." This he appears to dread. Ho will be tried for A SLAVE r 6) (9 0) c W& AVe kWtl More urovueo wnn lioccs ei in 9reat variety at L0V7EST PRICES. $) - H&Vi. our te j t Tiri.- - it i or s lunacy Tuesday. lint Campaign In Kentucky. Frankfort, Ky.,Oct 27. Tho sound money leaders from many parts of the state met In Louisville and decided to put every available speaker in the campaign, and the silver leaders'Mon-da- y determined to meet this with an equal number of orators. Tho rest of the week all over the state will be given over to speaking and torchlight processions. 'A . have our Clothim: on Second Floor, where find a large lighted room filled with Overcoits. Men's Suits in all styles, and price lower than ever h. It will pay you to look through our stock. o ei u (o TD()(yrr 'C Kp-1- - can only say come and see ih. I: Forty cases to select from Boots, 50c up; Men's Boots, $lj "We c; (a We Hire Almost Evepylhin in Noiiois. Ja-vln- s, Of-lie- .-. ht Second Trial of William Newton Lane. Versailles, Ky., Oct 27. Circuit court convened here Monday. The second trial of William Newton Lane, SWEET CAP CSGA AN OPPORTUNITY Needles lc, Lead Pencils lc, Thimble le, Darnini: V. I' 1c, Clark's Thread , Dolls 5c up, Tea Pot 3 Spools Thread 10.', Lace Curl.ui.-WindoFrames 10c up, Shades 10c up. 4--- r w e e C-- of Mt Sterling, charged with the murder of Col. Henry C Rodenbaugh and son, James Rodenbaugh, will begin Tuesday. The Fusion Agreement Denounced. TO MAKE HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. r Re-iss- Louisville, Ky., Oct 27. The middle of the road populists of tho state met here Monday and prepared an address bitterly denouncing the fusion agreement between the populist and democratic state central committees. All Keords Broked: 27. All records' have been broken by this year's nom- A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS 3 mus' MS 60 piltoi25c. Will cure all kind nf Piles. Why suffer tvltb Mils tesrrb1ef!Ueao? "Wo ulro trrittrn bores, to refanI thcymnney ft, not rureil. dialled to uir adcnBrsnlwi with 081.00 dress ou receipt of price. Iho Jup&neso l'Ue Cure ComiuuTji, Minn. ZJSTSold WITHOUT COST. 2(BB2SssKEiHSWXi -- g. r'ire - v Louisville, Ky., Oct , rr Hose 5c, Ladies' Vests wilh sleeves 15c up. We have no doubt the largest stock to select Iropi shown in this citv. Blankets 39c. a pair up. Comforts 65c. un p inations for the Kentucky derby, Clark stakes and Oaks, which have just been closed. They are as follows: Derby, 170; f IT SOc. and St per box. S (or 5. b Handle Hardware, Cutlery, Etc. -Cl-itlie G K - Jv James shot Jacob Garrison near here. Garrison will die. The trouble aroso over tho fact that Garrison paid court to James' daughter, although forbidden by the father. Clark, 15S; Oaks, 119. Shot Ills Daughter's Lover. Ky., Oct 27. Charles Richmond, riim LBOe. per box. Japanese Liver by W. G. White, Druggest, Richmond, Ky. d iP-th- e Bronston's Sister Married. Lexington, Ky., Oct 27. Miss Net-ti- c A. Bronston, sister of Hon. Charles J. Bronston, state senator, was married at her home here Monday to Sherman Dudley, of Chicago. They went to Chicago to live. Brpot Itobbad. Henderson, Ky., Oct 27. The depots of the Louisville and Nashville and Ohio Valley railroads at Oracoy, a station eight miles west of this city, were THE WILLAR IuOtjis-vxiieHas , t Pocket. Knives 5c un. Hammers 5c to 25c. ( Racks HV, Fi!- - . Claw Hatchet 3J)c, II.it and Inch XX Cut Sc, Scissors 5c to 4 c. Tacks Ir. '1 5c .i "Wheels 3c, Tea Spoons 4c a set. Table Spot nSprinir Balances Sc, Nickle Alarm Clocks (uaran"e( Nut Meir Graters lc. Large Graters 4c, Knives and 40c and 50c a et, "Wash Basins Imperial Knutneled v Ware 15c and 25, Hair Curler- - 3c and 5c, Waiter- - 11. 15c, Crumb Trays and Brush 15c, Cuokii's: Spofiii i. long 3c, Cooking Spoon (heavy) 17 inches loni: 5c 1 ( , - -- C, 0- -- (3 t irzConverted Into PARLORS AX1) UPPER HALLS. - TRUNKS Si.50 UP. TELESCOPES 35e. r c- -, . Recently Been arc- - a Modern Palace. Eats and Cans All Prices. Laundred Shirts np. Respectfully submitted to the Casli Trde ( broken open and robbed by unknown parties. Halls and Entrance Marble and Tiling of the Finest Quality. C 1 well-know- n Ilnge Meteor Falls Near Psducsh. Paducaii, Ky., Oct 27. A huge meteor fell from the northwestern sky at 7 o'clock Sunday night A great explosion was heard as it fell. It buried itself in the earth a few miles from the 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors - - OF S, - - Bril-j ELDER'S BARGAIN Wain Street, Richmond, Ky. URLi S -- e Offices and Dinlng'Room city. c Oct 27. Aaron Croftop was stabbed to death and his brother, "Doc"' Crofton, was badly cut in a fight with Dink Proctor, at Adair-villin Logan county. All are farme, Louisville, Ky., Farmers' Fatal Fight. - Beautifully Decorted and liantlv Lighted, ( , - S2A2SSSS-2SVi ImI S S3 V7 H." Sl Cj Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in tho South, rate of .... Charges Considered e. ers. to Lancaster, Ky., Oct. 27. W. J. Clemerson, a well known citizen, died Monday morning after a long illness. He will be buried in Cave Hill cemetery, Louisville, Tuesday afternoon. Appointed Asslstnnt Janitor. Louisville, Ky., Oct 27. Arthur P. Mills has been appointed assistant janitor at the post office building in this city for a probationary period of six months at $720 per annum. Sudden Denth of a Vnnreburc Man. well-know- Died After n Lone; Illness. $io7ooo Expended in This Recent Improvement. Have RKTES $2 St $2.50 PER DHY Been ctvzeiie t ffBHBna " 3 9 .--r-- 'TTf.?w T jfZ r "V ii MrA hi wiJ; IiWoJ ZZZS.J 1 i- -l IV37 ,t:f 'VW rKB && mt . AV . T V mm wi r3 11 I fr& xi V;. J f Q -- The exact thing' for your W. Seoii Miller, Jr., Muign. ii ii M life-lon- g Che-nau- lt er Vancebueo, Ky., Oct 27. Hamilton James, a citizen of this place and a very prominent man in the cause of silver, died suddenly Monday morning oJ heart trouble. n Madison Monumental "Works. MANUFACTUKKKXD DEAI.KU Foreign Tombs, - a& - Amorican MONUMENTS, l! b.-ea-k ot Qunrreled Over Lund. 27. Dan Reever and Horace Hudson, brothen-in-Iaw- , quarreled over land and Hudson was shot in the head. He will probable die. AND GRANITE Lancaster, Ky., Oct Tablets, Headstones, Urn's, HEAT D KILLS, HARROWS, ROLLERS, HARDWARE, TV i II ! M Statimry, Etc FINE WORK A TINWARE. I !1 arrest here for running over little Mpd len and Georgo Clauder are under Nel- Evansville, Crushed by Horses. Ind., Oct 27. Peter SPECIALTY EST Your Trade Solicited., Work delivered to any part of t lie. State. fiyWrite for Designs and Prices. GEO. 0. DOZIER, Propiietor. Iivine Streets. Rii:limouc, Ky. An-nett- a, lie Osborne, aged four years. The two men v ere out driving, got drunk and SiiaGkeiford Ken-luck- y n reckless and ran their horses upon the sidewalk, where the little one was playing. One leg was broken, her wrist was crushed and her skull fractured. Physicians say she can not recover. LRICHMOD, t m KENIPCKY. s -j j- sl JH s J M JsM s X.- - sssjsssssssssssss;?????? VSS 3" tS F Hurt at a Poleralslng. Tell Cur, Phil Snyder was struck by a falling piece. He will recover. Ind., Oct 27. At a near here, the pole broke and pole-ra'si- HON. C. T. CALDWELL, SUPPLY THE TRADE il H 0! w SS,js MP-PMm mm, mi, 1 faithful men or WANTED travel for responsible and expenses. nent. Reference. $780 es- tablished house in Kentucky. Salary Position permaself-address- ed of Parkersburg, W. Va., RecomRichmends Wrights Celery Oar factory on Laurel Street in mond "is now running, and we are Capsules. prepared to fill orders for twist of the Farkersdcro, W. Va., January The Wright Meo. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Enclose stamped envelope. The National, Star Insurance Bldg., Chicago: sJ -' v - k . savsiVix. JAvf.A:JW A 'Sstfc; -- Ji J r FREE SILVER JtQll non-payme- k n long-live- are afraid to let your money fear of a depreciated currency in the future, go to D. P. A TIMER'S and put it in Diamonds, where it will be safe, and, at the prices he is offering them, you will be able to realize a profit on them If you loose, for S3IatSJSJI-- sSTS Jg 50- used-up- FARMERS SONS Gentlemen:! have been using Wright's Celery Capsules 6ince November, 1S94, and find them to be as recomBrands, three grades. "We carr save you mended. I first beiwn taking them money. Send us a trial order; you will Espe- while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatglad with our products. be cially pleased to hear from country mer- ment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and chants. Stomach trouble. Constipation which I Ross, had been a long sufferer. I found the White Celery Capsules gave me great relief RicnMoxn. Ky. 49 from the beginning and have used them ever since. "With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. ROUTE T Caldwell. -- BEST LIKE TO AMD FRQ- M- Sold by T. S Charles Druiruist. Price Hagan, 0 cents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug-lor- e and get free sample. "Pair el 1 M. 5." ui 26, 1095. WAT6HES rAND"A tab" JEWELRY. 5SSSSSSSSC i?3SSSS (SlJrvi VUZ. ' s- - 5 T " 0 New and Nicely Selected Stock Jnst Received and at ... . "BIG FOUR" CHICAGO. Hard "CSSC9SC 0OvrOOvCS3 IK ii -- - PofpnQ C OLD GOLD SND SILVhR for C- $50 per month. "Write quick- PURITAN PUBLISHING !. GO. We will employ you at home on .a salary of $50 SoiliI Vestlbuled Trunin, with Budel Vnrtor Coaches, Dining ", Wsuofi Privme Steeping Cnrs, nnd Wtest Improved romnin-cenll- y Department Bullet Weeping Cnrs, furniliTd with, toilet nrceMrie In Crirs.E'eirnl tuch compartment. Besttermlunl tullon. .3 llrooiiiflcM rtlon Mns. ST- tunnel. LOUIS. thcillt-xgreeabl- thlag to patent? ETntcct.7oar 'oeas: ther my- Write JOHN WKUDEKBURN Attc oeys, Washlngtrtn. D. a. for their 1.80) prlxe una list of two hundred luTcntlons wanted. offer Wanted-f- ln Idea sieves. imm k.a TKKEN ii us SSCiSSS- Solid VeMlbnled Trains wllh Buffet Parlor Cnrx, Cniichen mill Ulliinc vnrv, mm wnffiirr Knterlnglit LouNover RalMSIeeplnsCHrK. e the New jfrrchnnts'Bihlge. avoiding ALL Sjc (ONE Jia-JJi7- Land For I HAVE- - Sale! BOSTOH. 'Tim onlv Throusli Bleeping Canine from rinchinv.'i. Elegant Wagner bleeping Uhi. y ...HE xl 1 '5S6s2it S sss ssss?s$ssss$s$$ss?ssss$sssss-$ss on SHORT NOTICE, f HA6HEnC PATS THE.. s--- Horse-Breed- er s Smart-Wee- d; oae-ha- lf and-far- -- . 0 JiZ itv ' twrtoe e?B year kk j r if -- . Limited", The of land for sale. This land lies irr Cnh-- Trains, Willi CoiiibimiUon library. YOU PAY FOR THE. precinct,Madisoncoun-ty- , Buffet and Pinolcine Cur. Wcicr Hleeplns the Foxtown n , Klrganl of tho lliuo lug piwengcrsuoacnexnnu uiniRi; ,nrs.iiui(i Ky., in the heart In Mear York Clw:l 41U sirrt Glass region, immediately on a Urpol. 1'oMllveiy 110 r eiryiruimer. ucoDty road. a FOUR Besure your ticket-reavia Jb under extra good fence, well productive and"haa,a X0:X;CC2MJCK & VA911TW m x ir:nfiMn watored-Te- ry ,1 stbcct new modem' house. Can be bought !P,wg ThHsIc: Jtgr. J r UaifM fR-- " i11 . Hi -, T niniisMi hvk' . ur Y auaaav 'fis - 'if; RHJBSssa fflw . .i rjt As .v Lc ' .. . w a' r- rer j j' l! JU P a1 G)4r5 KCRES NEW YORK. Willil Vestl FREIGHT. drinks;. v m ffcF- V- BERY1KE a VWW to -- "-?n- fc -- -- FaSi!j.&rkk!y.FcrnuniirRas?crcd. lost VHslltr. Nervnns DebUKr. lnomnts if vaBK. ma FoM with jjiwsws and ail Weaxaetse f r?3iurn; miuaimw P' Psillcc JScmotT. Qoaranteo JJ "-.- -. - - .x. -. ft r b5s. .Hi z - "t V's?--S-5r wr 4r-'- n' f ' sr ?? f -- lsMLIL!aiswt-MlBBsMBBKBW- 3: " -- . . -- ti --' arii4ay aw; JxvMsaa vBttnutiufia. W. 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